Menahem, d. 761: under his reign the first expedition of the Assyrians, headed by pul, whom he buys off by tribute.
He wished to complete the annexation of the kingdoms which pul had subjugated.
pulwar, pul′wr, n. a light keelless boat used on the Ganges.
Thus they "pul downe with one hand more than they can build with the other," wrote Th.
pul appears in Scripture to be the immediate predecessor of Tiglath Pileser.
The pul'mon a ry artery carries impure (ve'nous) blood to the lungs.
That is, as will be hereafter shown, to pul, or Tiglath Pileser.
Did you hear him, pul, he would be glad if the messenger's horse went lame before he could save her?
He is said to have prophesied during the reign of one pul, “king of Assyria.”
The length of the reign of pul can, however, only be supplied from conjecture.