[muh-hah-mah-yuh] /məˈhɑˈmɑ yə/
the mother of the Buddha.
[muh-hah-nuh-dee] /məˈhɑ nə di/ noun 1. a river in central India, flowing N and E to the Bay of Bengal. 550 miles (885 km) long. /məˈhɑːnədɪ/ noun 1. a river in E India, rising in Chhattisgarh and flowing north, then south and east to the Bay of Bengal. Length: 885 km (550 miles)
two camps, a place near the Jabbok, beyond Jordan, where Jacob was met by the “angels of God,” and where he divided his retinue into “two hosts” on his return from Padan-aram (Gen. 32:2). This name was afterwards given to the town which was built at that place. It was the southern boundary of Bashan […]
Judg. 18:12 = “camp of Dan” 13:25 (R.V., “Mahaneh-dan”), a place behind (i.e., west of) Kirjath-jearim, where the six hundred Danites from Zorah and Eshtaol encamped on their way to capture the city of Laish, which they rebuilt and called “Dan, after the name of their father” (18:11-31). The Palestine Explorers point to a ruin […]
[mah-huh-rah-juh, -zhuh] /ˌmɑ həˈrɑ dʒə, -ʒə/ noun 1. (formerly) a ruling prince in India, especially of one of the major states. /ˌmɑːhəˈrɑːdʒə/ noun 1. any of various Indian princes, esp any of the rulers of the former native states n. also maharaja, 1690s, from Hindi, “great king,” from Sanskrit maha “great” (from PIE root *meg- […]