Nimrod

[ nim-rod ]
/ ˈnɪm rɒd /

noun

the great-grandson of Noah: noted as a great hunter. Gen. 10:8–10.
(sometimes lowercase) a person expert in or devoted to hunting.

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Nim·rod·i·an, Nim·rod·ic, Nim·rod·i·cal, adjective
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Nimrod
/ (ˈnɪmrɒd) /

noun

Old Testament a hunter, who was famous for his prowess (Genesis 10:8–9)Douay spelling: Nemrod
a person who is dedicated to or skilled in hunting

Derived forms of Nimrod

Nimrodian or Nimrodic, adjective
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