Adod, brave(?), the name of a Syrian god. (1.) An Edomite king who defeated the Midianites (Gen. 36:35; 1 Chr. 1:46). (2.) Another Edomite king (1 Chr. 1:50, 51), called also Hadar (Gen. 36:39; 1 Chr. 1:51). (3.) One of “the king’s seed in Edom.” He fled into Egypt, where he married the sister of Pharaoh’s wife (1 Kings 11:14-22). He became one of Solomon’s adversaries. Hadad, sharp, (a different name in Hebrew from the preceding), one of the sons of Ishmael (1 Chr. 1:30). Called also Hadar (Gen. 25:15).
Hadad is help; called also Hadarezer, Adod is his help, the king of Zobah. Hanun, the king of the Ammonites, hired among others the army of Hadadezer to assist him in his war against David. Joab, who was sent against this confederate host, found them in double battle array, the Ammonities toward their capital of […]
(composed of the names of two Syrian idols), the name of a place in the valley of Megiddo. It is alluded to by the prophet Zechariah (12:11) in a proverbial expression derived from the lamentation for Josiah, who was mortally wounded near this place (2 Chr. 35:22-25). It has been identified with the modern Rummaneh, […]
[a-da-mar] /a daˈmar/ noun 1. Jacques Salomon [zhahk sa-law-mawn] /ʒɑk sa lɔˈmɔ̃/ (Show IPA), 1865–1963, French mathematician.
[heyd-l] /ˈheɪd l/ adjective 1. of or relating to the greatest ocean depths, below approximately 20,000 feet (6500 meters). 2. of or relating to the biogeographic region of the ocean bottom below the abyssal zone. /ˈheɪdəl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or constituting the zones of the oceans deeper than abyssal: below about 6000 metres […]