a mountain pass in central Bulgaria, in the Balkan Mountains. 4375 feet (1335 meters) high.
a pass over the Balkan Mountains in central Bulgaria: scene of a bloody Turkish defeat in the Russo-Turkish War (1877–78). Height: 1334 m (4376 ft)
noun, Carpentry. 1. an overlapping joint, as a rabbet, between two boards joined edge to edge. 2. boarding joined with such overlapping joints.
aqueducts, a town in the south of Judah (Josh. 15:32); called also Sharuhen and Shaaraim (19:6).
noun 1. a Berber language, the language of the Shluh.
noun 1. a person who serves with another on the same vessel. noun 1. a sailor who serves on the same ship as another