the Greek form for Isaiah, constantly used in the Authorized Version of the New Testament (Matt. 3:3; 4:14), but in the Revised Version always “Isaiah.”
[ih-sah-kee] /ɪˈsɑ ki/ noun 1. Leo, born 1925, Japanese physicist, in the U.S. since 1960: Nobel Prize 1973. Esaki (ĭ-sä’kē) Japanese physicist who developed a very fast and very small type of diode that is now widely used in many electronic devices, especially computers and microwave devices.
- Esaki diode
/ɪˈsɑːkɪ/ noun 1. another name for tunnel diode
alternative philosophy and human potential movement, 1966, from Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, U.S., from Esselen, name of an extinct Native American people of the California coast.
[ee-saw] /ˈi sɔ/ noun 1. a son of Isaac and Rebekah, twin brother of Jacob, to whom he sold his birthright. Gen. 25:21–25. /ˈiːsɔː/ noun 1. (Bible) son of Isaac and Rebecca and twin brother of Jacob, to whom he sold his birthright (Genesis 25) hairy, Rebekah’s first-born twin son (Gen. 25:25). The name of […]