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Definition of the noun Shamas

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Shamas is the vernacular name of the Copsychus, a genus of Muscicapidae.

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Google previewThe Biblical World (1894)

by William Rainey Harper, Ernest DeWitt Burton, Shailer Mathews

Shamas is the sun-god, whose worship was especially prominent in southern Babylonia. The remaining two are peculiar to northern Syria : Reschep, who seems to have been a " Hittite" deity, and Rakubel, who is met here for the first time.

Google previewThe Druid Path (1917)

by Marah Ellis Ryan

” “True for you,” laughed Hugh, “it is not—Shamas is the one to blame ...

Google previewHBO's Treme and Post-Katrina Catharsis (2017)

The Mediated Rebirth of New Orleans by Dominique Gendrin, Catherine Dessinges, Shearon Roberts

Kristin Shamas is a research fellow in the Department of History at the University of ...

Google previewThe Chaldean Account of Genesis (1877)

by George Smith

Shamas is an active deity in some ofthe Izdubar legendsand fables, buthe is generally subordinate to Sin.In the Babyloniansystem the moon takes precedence ofthe sun, andtheShamas ofLarsa was probably considered a different deityto ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Gods and Goddesses of Mesopotamia Phoenicia, Ugarit, Canaan, Carthage, and the Ancient Middle East. Vol.I (2015)

by Maximillien De Lafayette

Bilu Shamas: Ancient Assyrian. Noun. The Assyrian sun-lord. Composed of two words: a-Bilu (Lord). b-Shamas (Sun). Shemesh in Hebrew. Shamshi in ancient Assyrian. Shams “Chams” in Arabic. Shimsha in Aramaic. Shemsho in Aramaic.

Google previewTHESAURUS AND LEXICON OF SIMILAR WORDS AND SYNONYMS IN 21 DEAD AND ANCIENT LANGUAGES (2015)

by Maximillien De Lafayette

Bilu Shamas: Ancient Assyrian. Noun. The Assyrian sun-lord. Composed of two words: a-Bilu (Lord). b-Shamas (Sun). Shemesh in Hebrew. Shamshi in ancient Assyrian. Shams “Chams” in Arabic. Shimsha in Aramaic. Shemsho in Aramaic.

Google previewV5. THESAURUS LEXICON OF SIMILAR WORDS & SYNONYMS IN 21 DEAD & ANCIENT LANGUAGES (2015)

by Maximillien De Lafayette

Bilu Shamas: Ancient Assyrian. Noun. The Assyrian sun-lord. Composed of two words: a-Bilu (Lord). b-Shamas (Sun). Shemesh in Hebrew. Shamshi in ancient Assyrian. Shams “Chams” in Arabic. Shimsha in Aramaic. Shemsho in Aramaic.

Google previewBiographical Encyclopaedia of Sufis (2000)

South Asia by N. Hanif

God Himself caused Shamas to be flayed and Zakriya to be sawed: Shah Shamas di khal lahayo; Mansur nun cha suli divayo; Zakriya sir kalvattar dharayo ; Ki likhiya reh gia baki da. Thus, Bullhe Shah realized unitive experience of all types, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Terrorism in the World (2011)

Abdullah Shehzad alias Abu Anas alias Shamas (Chief Operations Commander, Valley); Abdul Hassan alias ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Indian Cinema (2014)

by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Paul Willemen

121« b&w Hindi-Urdu d/sc Shaukat Hussain Rizvi pc Sunrise Pics st/dial Sadat Hasan Manto lyr Akhtar Sherani, Munshi Shamas, Nazim Panipatti c S. Srivastav m Rafiq Ghaznavi,Shanti Kumar lp Shobhana Samarth, Chandramohan, ...

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Small photo of The magpie-robins or shamas (from shama, Bengali and Hindi for C. malabaricus are medium sized insectivorous birds (some also eat berries and other fruit) in the genus Copsychus.Small photo of The magpie-robins or shamas are medium-sized insectivorous birds in the genus Copsychus. They were formerly in the thrush family Turdidae, but are now treated as part of the Old World flycatcher familSmall photo of Two white crowned shamas sitting on a branch in the secondary jungle of Malaysia in the Kinabatangan River area More...

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Scrabble value of S1H4A1M3A1S1

The value of this 6-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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