[hey-bawr, -bohr] /ˈheɪ bɔr, -boʊr/
the united stream, or, according to others, with beautiful banks, the name of a river in Assyria, and also of the district through which it flowed (1 Chr. 5:26). There is a river called Khabur which rises in the central highlands of Kurdistan, and flows south-west till it falls into the Tigris, about 70 miles above Mosul. This was not, however, the Habor of Scripture. There is another river of the same name (the Chaboras) which, after a course of about 200 miles, flows into the Euphrates at Karkesia, the ancient Circesium. This was, there can be little doubt, the ancient Habor.
[huh-boob] /həˈbub/ noun 1. a thick dust storm or sandstorm that blows in the deserts of North Africa and Arabia or on the plains of India.
[hah-deeth] /hɑˈdiθ/ noun, plural hadith, hadiths. 1. Islam. a traditional account of things said or done by Muhammad or his companions. 2. (used with a plural verb) the entire body of such accounts. /ˈhædɪθ; hɑːˈdiːθ/ noun 1. the body of tradition and legend about Mohammed and his followers, used as a basis of Islamic law […]
[haj] /hædʒ/ noun, plural hajjes. 1. the pilgrimage to Mecca, which every adult Muslim is supposed to make at least once in his or her lifetime: the fifth of the Pillars of Islam. /hædʒ/ noun (pl) hadjes 1. a variant spelling of hajj /hædʒ/ noun (pl) hajjes, hadjes 1. the pilgrimage to Mecca that every […]
[haj-ee] /ˈhædʒ i/ noun, plural hadjis. 1. . [haj-ee] /ˈhædʒ i/ noun, plural hajjis. 1. a Muslim who has gone on a pilgrimage to Mecca. 2. a Christian from Greece, Armenia, or any country of the Near East, who has visited the Holy Sepulcher at Jerusalem. /ˈhædʒɪ/ noun (pl) hadjis 1. a variant spelling of […]