Definition of Nesher
1. nesh [adj] - See also: nesh
Lexicographical Neighbors of Nesher
Literary usage of Nesher
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, Sir W Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1885)
"the Arabic nisr, which corresponds to the Hebrew nesher, denotes, not the eagle strictly so called, but the Griffon-Vulture or Great Vulture (distinct from ..."
2. The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia by James Orr (1915)
"The Heb nesher, meaning "to tear with the beak," is almost invariably tr(i "eagle," throughout the Bible; yet many of the most important references compel ..."
3. The Natural History of the Bible: Being a Review of the Physical Geography by Henry Baker Tristram (1875)
"There can he nn doubt of the identity of the Hebrew 'nesher' with the Arabic ... We shall see, as we examine some of the passages where the nesher is spoken ..."
4. Scripture Natural History by Henry Chichester Hart (1888)
"The term nesher is invariably translated ' eagle ' in the Bible. In some of the passages where it occurs it is obvious that the 'eagle' of the Bible ..."
5. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Deuteronomy by Samuel Rolles Driver (1902)
"shows, the Arab, nisr, which corresponds to the Hebrew nesher, is not the Eagle, ... I16 (" enlarge thy baldness, as the nesher"), whereas both these ..."
6. Scripture Natural History: Containing a Descriptive Account of the by William Carpenter, Gorham Dummer Abbot (1833)
"By the Hebrews, the eagle was called nesher, ... described by naturalists, and it is probable that the Hebrew nesher comprehends more than on« of them. ..."
7. Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Leviticus: Designed as a by George Bush (1857)
"... nesher is said to be bald, Mic. 1. 16, and to feed on carcasses, Job. 39. 27, Prov. 30. 17 (Comp. aeros, Mat. 24. 28.) As the character and habits of ..."