[hah-mer-shohld, -shuh ld, ham-er-; Swedish hahm-ahr-shœld] /ˈhɑ mərˌʃoʊld, -ʃəld, ˈhæm ər-; Swedish ˈhɑm ɑrˌʃœld/
[dahg yahl-mahr] /dɑg ˈyɑl mɑr/ (Show IPA), 1905–61, Swedish statesman: Secretary General of the United Nations 1953–61; Nobel Peace Prize 1961.
/ˈhæməˌʃʊld; Swedish ˈhamarʃœld/
Dag (Hjalmar Agne Carl) (dɑːɡ). 1905–61, Swedish statesman; secretary-general of the United Nations (1953–61): Nobel peace prize 1961
Hammarskjöld, Dag [(hah-muhr-shohld, hah-muhr-sheuld)]
A Swedish diplomat of the twentieth century; the secretary-general of the United Nations from 1953 to 1961. Hammarskjöld was intensely involved with settling differences between nations that arose from the cold war and from the movement toward independence for African nations.
warm springs, one of the “fenced cities” of Naphtali (Josh. 19:35). It is identified with the warm baths (the heat of the water ranging from 136 degrees to 144 degrees) still found on the shore a little to the south of Tiberias under the name of Hummam Tabariyeh (“Bath of Tiberias”).
[ham] /hæm/ noun 1. an actor or performer who overacts. 2. an operator of an amateur radio station. verb (used with or without object), hammed, hamming. 3. to act with exaggerated expression of emotion; overact. Idioms 4. ham it up, to overact; ham. /hæm/ noun 1. the part of the hindquarters of a pig or […]
father of Haman, designated usually “the Agagite” (Esther 3:1, 10; 8:5).
the king’s, the father of Jerahmeel, mentioned in Jer. 36:26. Some take this word as a common noun, “the king”, and understand that Jerahmeel was Jehoiakim’s son. Probably, however, it is to be taken as a proper name.