[mah-sahy, mah-sahy] /mɑˈsaɪ, ˈmɑ saɪ/
noun, plural Maasais (especially collectively) Maasai.
work of Jehovah, one of the priests resident at Jerusalem at the Captivity (1 Chr. 9:12).
[mahs-trikht] /ˈmɑs trɪxt/ noun 1. a city in the SE Netherlands, on the Maas River. /ˈmɑːstrɪxt; Dutch maːˈstrɪxt/ noun 1. a city in the SE Netherlands near the Belgian and German borders: capital of Limburg province, on the River Maas (Meuse); a European Community treaty (Maastricht Treaty) was signed here in 1992, setting out the […]
[muh-aht, mey-uh t] /məˈɑt, ˈmeɪ ət/ noun, Egyptian Religion. 1. the goddess personifying law and righteousness. Egyptian goddess, literally (in Egyptian) “truth.”
strength or consolation of Jehovah. (1.) The head of the twenty-fourth priestly course (1 Chr. 24:18) in David’s reign. (2.) A priest (Neh. 10:8).