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Ashtoreth Explained

Ashtoreth at English => English (Eastons 1897 Bible) Of Explained:

savoir faire , gentility, decorum, propriety.[ADJ] (Closure): closed, shut, enclosed, unopened, closable, impervious, impermeable, impenetrable, impassable, pathless, untrodden, untrod, unventilated, air tight, water tight, sealed, hermetically sealed, tight, snug.[N] (Ship): ship, vessel, boat, oceanliner, cruise ship, sailboat, craft, airship, airplane, plane, rocket, spacecraft, shuttle, space shuttle.[N] (Affectation): affectation, pretense, falsehood, charlatanism, quackery, shallowness, pretension, airs, simagree, arrogance

[N] (Insolence): insolence, haughtiness, arrogance, airs, impertinence, flippancy, petulance, bluster, swagger, impudence, audacity, shamelessness, effrontery.[N] (Ship): ship, vessel, boat, oceanliner, cruise ship, sailboat, craft, airship, airplane, plane, rocket, spacecraft, shuttle, space shuttle.[ADJ] (Unsubstantiality): insubstantial, baseless, groundless, ungrounded, without foundation, having no foundation, imaginary,

Ashtoreth at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Ashtoreth \Ash"to*reth\, n.; pl. {Ashtaroth}.
The principal female divinity of the Ph[oe]nicians, as Baal
was the principal male divinity. --W. Smith.

Ashtoreth at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

Ashtoreth
n : an ancient Semitic fertility goddess; identified with
Phoenician Astarte and Babylonian Ishtar

Ashtoreth at English (WD) Of Explained:

==English==

Proper noun

Inter: en-proper nou » n
  • Inter: alternative form of » Astarte
    1. : W. Smith.


    Inter: Webster 191 » 3