[huhz-buh n-dree] /ˈhʌz bən dri/
the cultivation and production of edible crops or of animals for food; agriculture; farming.
the science of raising crops or food animals.
careful or thrifty management; frugality, thrift, or conservation.
the management of domestic affairs or of resources generally.
farming, esp when regarded as a science, skill, or art
management of affairs and resources
c.1300, “management of a household;” late 14c. as “farm management,” from husband (n.) in a now-obsolete sense of “peasant farmer” (early 13c.) + -ery.
The application of scientific principles to agriculture, especially to animal breeding.
- Husein ibn-Ali
[hoo-sahyn ib-uh n-ah-lee, -ah-lee; hoo-seyn] /hʊˈsaɪn ˌɪb ənˈɑ li, -ɑˈli; hʊˈseɪn/ noun 1. 1856–1931, 1st king of Hejaz 1916–24. /hʊˈseɪn ˈɪbənˈɑːlɪ; ˈælɪ; hʊˈsaɪn/ noun 1. 1856–1931, first king of Hejaz (1916–24): initiated the Arab revolt against the Turks (1916–18); forced to abdicate by ibn-Saud
[huhsh] /hʌʃ/ interjection 1. (used as a command to be silent or quiet.) verb (used without object) 2. to become or be silent or quiet: They hushed as the judge walked in. verb (used with object) 3. to make silent; silence. 4. to suppress mention of; keep concealed (often followed by up): They hushed up […]
[huhsh-uh-bahy] /ˈhʌʃ əˌbaɪ/ interjection 1. (used as a command to be silent): Hushaby, baby. /ˈhʌʃəˌbaɪ/ interjection (pl) -bies 1. used in quietening a baby or child to sleep noun 2. a lullaby 1796, from hush + ending as in lullaby.
quick, “the Archite,” “the king’s friend” (1 Chr. 27:33). When David fled from Jerusalem, on account of the rebellion of Absalom, and had reached the summit of Olivet, he there met Hushai, whom he sent back to Jerusalem for the purpose of counteracting the influence of Ahithophel, who had joined the ranks of Absalom (2 […]