Definition of Accho
1. Noun. A town and port in northwestern Israel in the eastern Mediterranean.
Generic synonyms: Port, Town
Group relationships: Israel, Sion, State Of Israel, Yisrael, Zion
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Accho
Literary usage of Accho
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Another Budget: Or, Things which I Saw in the East by Jane Anthony Eames (1855)
"Richard I.—Accho.—Fortifications.—Bazaars.—Plain of Acre.—Mountain pass.—Ladder of Tyre. Appearance on horseback.—Tyre.—Bazaars.—Fatigue.—Crowd.—Bums. ..."
2. History of the Jews by Heinrich Graetz, Philipp Bloch (1902)
"... Isaac of Accho. 1270—1306 c. E. IF Jewish history were to follow chronicles, memorial books and martyrologies, its pages would be filled with ..."
3. Scripture topography [by M.F. Maude]. [2 vols. Vol.2 is of the orig. ed.]. by Mary Fawler Maude (1847)
"Accho, OR PTOLEMAIS—TYRE—ZAREPHATH, OR SAREPTA—SIDOS. Accho, ACRE ... Acre, anciently called Accho, is a sea-port, and fortified town of Palestine, ..."