from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An ancient country of southern Arabia comprising present-day Yemen. Its people colonized Ethiopia in the tenth century B.C. and were known for their wealth and commercial prosperity. In the Bible, the queen of Sheba made a celebrated visit to King Solomon.
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- proper n. An ancient kingdom in Arabia or possibly in Africa.
- proper n. A male given name.
- proper n. A female given name.
And so many fillies from that is standing over there in the pasture, and her name Sheba.
In the 14th century Ethiopian compilation of legends, the Kebra Nagast ( "The Glory of Kings"), Solomon's granting of royal bounty to Sheba is interpreted to mean sexual relations.
In Sheba Nicholas Clapp goes all the way, taking the reader on a guided tour, first into every known genre where the enigmatic Sheba is mentioned.
Having provided a strong background and introduction, Clapp then takes the reader into the areas where Sheba is actually though to have lived: Ethiopia, with Solomon and the Holy Land, and into the desert and land of spices.
It would be interesting to see what happens if the new female Starbuck meets Sheba from the Pegasus.
Initially, when I was there, I was in an area called Sheba (ph) and this is right outside the very center of the epicenter, the base of the mountain area.
The bride, as the queen of Sheba, is given "all her desire" (1Ki 10: 13; Ps 63: 5;
Israeli also holds Syria accountable for attacks by Hezbollah fighters against Israeli troops occupying land at the foot of the Golan Heights, called the Sheba (ph) Farms.
Hezbollah guerrillas have been bombarding Israeli troops, which occupy a parcel of land called the Sheba (ph) Farms at the foot of the Golan Heights.
Hezbollah's dramatic statement comes just over a week after Hezbollah snatched three Israeli soldiers, all of the rank of sergeant, in a cross-border attack in the area know as the Sheba farms.
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