distribution, an Ammonitish town (Judg. 11:33) from which wheat was exported to Tyre (Ezek. 27:17). It was probably somewhere in the Mishor or table-land on the east of Jordan. There is a gentle valley running for about 4 miles east of Dhiban called Kurm Dhiban, “the vineyards of Dibon.” Tristram supposes that this may be the “vineyards” mentioned in Judg. (l.c.).
[min-oh] noun, plural (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) minnows (especially collectively, Rare) minnow for 1–3. 1. a small, European cyprinoid fish, Phoxinus phoxinus. 2. any other fish of the family Cyprinidae, including the carps, goldfishes, and daces. 3. any of various unrelated, small fishes. 4. a person or thing that is […]
[min-ee] /ˈmɪn i/ noun, plural minnies. Chiefly Inland North and North Midland U.S.. 1. . [min-ee] /ˈmɪn i/ noun, plural minnies. Scot. and North England. 1. . [min-ee] /ˈmɪn i/ noun, Scot. and North England Informal. 1. mother; mom. noun a mother noun Minneapolis (1940s+)
[mee-nyaw] noun 1. . /Spanish ˈmiɲo/ noun 1. a river in SW Europe, rising in NW Spain and flowing southwest (as part of the border between Spain and Portugal) to the Atlantic. Length: 338 km (210 miles) Portuguese name Minho
[mi-noh-uh n, mahy-] /mɪˈnoʊ ən, maɪ-/ adjective 1. of or relating to the ancient civilization of the island of Crete, dating from about 3000 to 1100 b.c. noun 2. a native or inhabitant of ancient Crete. /mɪˈnəʊən/ adjective 1. denoting the Bronze Age culture of Crete from about 3000 bc to about 1100 bc Compare […]