[hil-el, -eyl, -uh l, hi-leyl; Sephardic Hebrew hee-lel] /ˈhɪl ɛl, -eɪl, -əl, hɪˈleɪl; Sephardic Hebrew hiˈlɛl/
(“ha-Zaken”) c60 b.c.–a.d. 9? Palestinian rabbi, president of the Sanhedrin and interpreter of Biblical law: first to formulate definitive hermeneutic principles.
?60 bc–?9 ad, rabbi, born in Babylonia; president of the Sanhedrin. He was the first to formulate principles of biblical interpretation
masc. proper name, from Hebrew, literally “he praised.”
praising, a Pirathonite, father of the judge Abdon (Judg. 12:13, 15).
noun 1. a national organization, founded in 1924 by the B’nai B’rith, that institutes and administers programs designed to enrich the religious, cultural, and social life of Jewish college students.
[hil-er] /ˈhɪl ər/ noun 1. Dame Wendy, 1912–2003, British actress. /ˈhɪlə/ noun 1. Dame Wendy. 1912–2003, British actress. Her many films include Pygmalion (1938), Major Barbara (1940), and Separate Tables (1958)
[hil-er-muh n] /ˈhɪl ər mən/ noun 1. Tony, 1925–2008, U.S. novelist and anthropologist.
/ˈhɪlˌfɔːt/ noun 1. (archaeol) a hilltop fortified with ramparts and ditches, dating from the second millennium bc