[ ziv; Hebrew zeev ]
/ zɪv; Hebrew ziv /
noun Chiefly Biblical.
a month equivalent to Iyar of the modern Jewish calendar. 1 Kings 6:1.
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Also Zif [zif; Hebrew zeef] /zɪf; Hebrew zif/ .
Origin of Ziv
From Hebrew zīw “radiance, brightness”
Words nearby Ziv
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