[Sephardic Hebrew meez-rahkh; Ashkenazic Hebrew miz-rahkh] /Sephardic Hebrew mizˈrɑx; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɪz rɑx/
a decorative figure, usually bearing an inscription, that is hung on the eastern wall in Jewish homes or synagogues to indicate the direction to face in prayer.
the eastern wall in a synagogue, which contains the Holy Ark.
the dual form of matzor, meaning a “mound” or “fortress,” the name of a people descended from Ham (Gen. 10:6, 13; 1 Chr. 1:8, 11). It was the name generally given by the Hebrews to the land of Egypt (q.v.), and may denote the two Egypts, the Upper and the Lower. The modern Arabic name […]
noun a one-pot dish of chicken and vegetables simmered in water with seasonings and served with various condiments; also spelled mizutaki Word Origin Japanese ‘water-simmered’ Usage Note cooking
[mi-zoo-nuh] /mɪˈzu nə/ noun 1. a variety of rape having thin, wispy leaves used in salads. /mɪˈzuːnə/ noun 1. a Japanese variety of lettuce having crisp green leaves
despair, one of the four sons of Reuel, the son of Esau (Gen. 36:13, 17).