Definition of Kebar

1. caber [n -S] - See also: caber



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kebar

kea
keak
kearns syndrome
keas
keasar
keasars
keat
keavie
keavies
kebab
kebabbed
kebabbing
kebabs
kebap
kebaps
kebar (current term)
kebars
kebaya
kebayas
kebbed
kebbie
kebbies
kebbing
kebbock
kebbocks
kebbuck
kebbucks
kebele
kebeles
keblah

Literary usage of Kebar

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1. History, Prophecy and the Monuments by James Frederick McCurdy (1914)
"The allusions of Ezekiel make it clear that there was along the stream called kebar a large colony of his countrymen. The kebar was an important canal of ..."

2. Proceedings of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain), Louis Loewe (1854)
"At first sight we^ might be disposed to regard kebar as one of the many ... We may then, till a better explanation offers itself, look upon kebar as one of ..."

3. The Danger Zone of Europe: Changes and Problems in the Near East by Henry Charles Woods (1911)
"Police were sent round to reassure the people. kebar ... To the credit of the Government be it said that kebar ..."

4. The Danger Zone of Europe: Changes and Problems in the Near East by Henry Charles Woods (1911)
"Police were sent round to reassure the people. kebar ... To the credit of the Government be it said that kebar ..."

5. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1893)
"And in order to counteract the influence of the seven "badly disposed" principles the progeny of Spiritus, kebar Zivo (or Cabar Zio), the mighty Lord of ..."

6. The Early History of Syria and Palestine by Lewis Bayles Paton (1901)
"... he seated among the kings of kebar (?). (Although) my father (was not) either a possessor of silver or a possessor of gold, yet in his wisdom and in his ..."

7. The Cuneiform Inscriptions and the Old Testament by Eberhard Schrader, Owen Charles Whitehouse (1888)
"On the river kebar p?5). This stream, according to verse 3, lay in the "land of the ... Instead of placing the kebar in Mesopotamia, with Noldeke ..."

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