Definitions

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  • noun a long, straight, valveless brass trumpet used in the traditional music of Korea

Etymologies

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Korean 나발

Examples

  • It has been suggested that this attitude goes back to Saint Jerome, who translated the opening of Psalm 53/52 with Dixit insipiens in corde suo, rendering the Hebrew word “nabal” as

    WISDOM OF THE FOOL

  • The Hebrew word naval or nafal signifies to fall; from it is derived our word fall and fool (one who falls); the Chaldee word is nabal, to make foul, and the Arabic word nabala means to die, that is, to fall.

    Atlantis : the antediluvian world

  • In this text, the Hebrew word is nabal which refers more to a "moral fool," e.g., someone without morals.

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  • In this text, the Hebrew word is nabal which refers more to a "moral fool," e.g., someone without morals.

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  • In this text, the Hebrew word is nabal which refers more to a "moral fool," e.g., someone without morals.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • In this text, the Hebrew word is nabal which refers more to a "moral fool," e.g., someone without morals.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

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