=Shenir, the name given to Hermon by the Amorites (Deut. 3:9). It means “coat of mail” or “breastplate,” and is equivalent to “Sirion.” Some interpret the word as meaning “the prominent” or “the snowy mountain.” It is properly the name of the central of the three summits of Hermon (q.v.).
noun, plural seniti. 1. a bronze or brass coin and monetary unit of Tonga, the 100th part of a pa’anga.
noun 1. a hill in SE England: believed by some historians to have been the site of the Battle of Hastings, 1066. noun 1. a hill in Sussex: site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066
noun 1. died 681 b.c, king of Assyria 705–681. noun 1. died 681 bc, king of Assyria (705–681); son of Sargon II. He invaded Judah twice, defeated Babylon, and rebuilt Nineveh Sin (the god) sends many brothers, son of Sargon, whom he succeeded on the throne of Assyria (B.C. 705), in the 23rd year of […]
noun, Chiefly Scot., Irish. 1. a professional storyteller of family genealogy, history, and legend.
noun 1. Sehna knot. noun 1. a hand-tied knot, used in rug weaving, in which the ends of yarn looped around a warp thread appear at each of the interstices between adjacent threads and produce a compact and relatively even pile effect.