dissection or separation, certain mountains mentioned in Cant. 2:17; probably near Lebanon.
Ramah, bether and Gilgal with their sites of their schools of the prophets were all in their borders.
The day had broken and the shadows flown, and God's child was like a young hart on the mountains of bether.
"There, ye're bether now," grinned Hogan stooping over the wounded man.
Thus she longed to see him, first “on the mountain of bether,” and then “on the mountain of spices.”
If ye know so much, why ain't ye got a half section or bether of yer own, instid of dhrillin' along a hired man?
Two potlatches is bether thin wan, an' beyant that he ain't goin' to study.
Fer all his crookedness, he's a bether man thin th' boss, an' he'll not be layin' that lickin' up ag'in yez.
Return: be like, my beloved, to a roe, or to a young hart upon the mountains of bether.