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Hermon

[hur-muh n] /ˈhɜr mən/
noun
1.
Mount, a mountain in SW Syria, in the Anti-Lebanon range. 9232 feet (2814 meters).
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  • As the dew of Hermon, running down upon the mountains of Zion!

  • It was Hermon, the taller one, for whom she was waiting with old Tabus.

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  • To me, the slave, who is already growing old, Hermon is a kind master.

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  • Gula, you say, visited Hermon in his studio, and it may be true.

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  • Was Hermon really only trifling mischievously with her affection?

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  • When Hermon, with his pitying heart, condemns this kind of hunting, he is right.

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  • I allude to these sorrowful things only to prevent your praises of me at Hermon's expense.

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  • She had not heard Hermon enter the studio, and was now startled by his greeting.

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  • "Into a fish-seller, if you wish to know it," cried Hermon indignantly.

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  • Hermon had intended to add a few more touches to his Demeter, but he could not do it.

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British Dictionary definitions for Hermon

Hermon

/ˈhɜːmən/
noun
1.
Mount, a mountain on the border between Lebanon and SW Syria, in the Anti-Lebanon Range: represented the NE limits of Israeli conquests under Moses and Joshua. Height: 2814 m (9232 ft)
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