[ahy-duh-hoh] /ˈaɪ dəˌhoʊ/
a state in the NW United States. 83,557 sq. mi. (216,415 sq. km).
Abbreviation: ID (for use with zip code), Id., Ida.
a variety of russet Burbank grown in Idaho.
a native or inhabitant of Idaho
of or relating to Idaho or its inhabitants
a state of the northwestern US: consists chiefly of ranges of the Rocky Mountains, with the Snake River basin in the south; important for agriculture (Idaho potatoes), livestock, and silver-mining. Capital: Boise. Pop: 1 366 332 (2003 est). Area: 216 413 sq km (83 557 sq miles) Abbreviation Id., Ida., (with zip code) ID
c.1860, as a place name, originally applied to part of what is now eastern Colorado (Idaho Territory organized 1863; admitted as a state 1890); from Kiowa-Apache (Athabaskan) idaahe “enemy,” a name applied by them to the Comanches.
State in the Rocky Mountains bordered by British Columbia, Canada, to the north; Montana and Wyoming to the east; Utah and Nevada to the south; and Oregon and Washington to the west. Its capital and largest city is Boise.
noun 1. a city in E Idaho.
- Id al-adha
[id al-ahd-hah] /ˈɪd æl ɑdˈhɑ/ noun 1. a major festival of Islam, beginning on the tenth day of the last month of the calendar and lasting for four days, usually characterized by the sacrificing of a sheep, whose flesh is divided among relatives and friends in memory of the ransom of Ishmael with a ram.
- Idaho potato
noun a variety of russet potato, esp. good for baking See russet potato Word Origin grown in Idaho
snares(?), a city near the west border of Zebulun (Josh. 19:15). It has been identified with the modern Jeida, in the valley of Kishon.