[hi-fes-tuh s] /hɪˈfɛs təs/
the ancient Greek god of fire, metalworking, and handicrafts, identified by the Romans with Vulcan.
(Greek myth) the lame god of fire and metal-working Roman counterpart Vulcan
Greek god of fire and metal-working, Roman spelling of Greek Hephaistos, a pre-Hellenic word of unknown origin.
Hephaestus [(hi-fes-tuhs, hi-fee-stuhs)]
The Greek name of Vulcan, the Greek and Roman god of fire and metalworking.
a well or stream. (1.) A royal city of the Canaanites taken by Joshua (12:17). (2.) The youngest son of Gilead (Num. 26:32; 27:1). (3.) The second son of Asher (1 Chr. 4:6). (4.) One of David’s heroes (1 Chr. 11:36).
[hef-zuh-buh, -suh-] /ˈhɛf zə bə, -sə-/ noun 1. the wife of Hezekiah and the mother of Manasseh. II Kings 21:1. 2. a name applied to Jerusalem, possibly as denoting its prophesied restoration to the Jews after the Captivity. Isa. 62:4. Compare (def 1). 3. Also, Hepsiba [hep-suh-buh] /ˈhɛp sə bə/ (Show IPA). a female given […]
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A recently formed collaboration among various HEP institutes aiming at providing “compatible” versions of the Unix operating system at their sites.