Lo-debar

Lo-debar
   No pasture, (2 Sam. 17:27), a town in Gilead not far from Mahanaim, north of the Jabbok (9:4, 5). It is probably identical with Debir (Josh. 13:26).

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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  • Debar — Дебар Dibra …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Debar Municipality — Општина Дебар Komuna e Dibrës   Municipality   r …   Wikipedia

  • Debar — De*bar , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Debarred}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Debarring}.] [Pref. de + bar.] To cut off from entrance, as if by a bar or barrier; to preclude; to hinder from approach, entry, or enjoyment; to shut out or exclude; to deny or refuse;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • debar, disbar — Debar means to shut out or exclude (The doorman will debar all who are not members) and to hinder or prohibit (Debar all candidates below the age of eighteen). Disbar has much the same meanings but is applied specifically to the legal profession… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • debar — de·bar /dē bär/ vt de·barred, de·bar·ring: to bar from having or doing something; specif: to exclude from contracting with the federal government or a federal contractor was debarred from bidding compare disbar de·bar·ment n …   Law dictionary

  • debar — debar, disbar Debar means ‘to exclude from admission or a right’, as in They were debarred from entering, whereas disbar has the more specific meaning ‘to deprive (a barrister) from the right to practise’. Both words double the r in inflection …   Modern English usage

  • Debar — C est dans la Marne que ce nom est le plus fréquent. Il y désigne certainement celui qui est originaire de la ville de Bar le Duc, ou encore du village de Bar, dans les Ardennes. On le rencontre également dans d autres régions, notamment dans le… …   Noms de famille

  • debar — (v.) early 15c., to shut out, exclude, from Fr. débarrer, from O.Fr. desbarer (12c., which, however, meant only to unbar, unbolt, the meaning turned around in French as the de was felt in a different sense), from des (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + barrer …   Etymology dictionary

  • debar — *exclude, blackball, disbar, suspend, shut out, eliminate, rule out Analogous words: preclude, obviate, *prevent: *forbid, prohibit, ban, interdict Contrasted words: *invite, court, woo, solicit, bid: permit, allow, *let …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • debar — ► VERB (debarred, debarring) ▪ exclude or prohibit officially from doing something. DERIVATIVES debarment noun. ORIGIN Old French desbarrer unbar …   English terms dictionary

  • debar — [dē bär′] vt. debarred, debarring [ME debarren < Anglo Fr debarrer: see DE & BAR1] 1. to keep (a person) from some right or privilege; exclude; bar 2. to prevent, hinder, or prohibit SYN. EXCLUDE debarment n …   English World dictionary

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