[ley-hahr; Hungarian le-hahr] /ˈleɪ hɑr; Hungarian ˈlɛ hɑr/
[frahnts] /frɑnts/ (Show IPA), 1870–1948, Hungarian composer of operettas.
Franz (frants). 1870–1948, Hungarian composer of operettas, esp The Merry Widow (1905)
[luh hah-vruh, -ver; French luh a-vruh] /lə ˈhɑ vrə, -vər; French lə ˈa vrə/ noun 1. a seaport in N France, at the mouth of the Seine. /lə ˈhɑːvrə; French lə ɑvrə/ noun 1. a port in N France, on the English Channel at the mouth of the River Seine: transatlantic trade; oil refining. Pop: […]
a jawbone, a place in the tribe of Judah where Samson achieved a victory over the Philistines (Judg. 15:9, 14, 16), slaying a thousand of them with the jawbone of an ass. The words in 15:19, “a hollow place that was in the jaw” (A.V.), should be, as in Revised Version, “the hollow place that […]
[Ashkenazic Hebrew luh-khah-yim; Sephardic Hebrew luh-khah-yeem] /Ashkenazic Hebrew ləˈxɑ yɪm; Sephardic Hebrew lə xɑˈyim/ noun, Hebrew. 1. . [Ashkenazic Hebrew luh-khah-yim; Sephardic Hebrew luh-khah-yeem] /Ashkenazic Hebrew ləˈxɑ yɪm; Sephardic Hebrew lə xɑˈyim/ noun, Hebrew. 1. a toast used in drinking to a person’s health or well-being. /ləˈxɑjim/ interjection, noun 1. a variant spelling of lechaim
[lee-hahy] /ˈli haɪ/ noun 1. a river in E Pennsylvania, flowing SW and SE into the Delaware River. 103 miles (165 km) long.