Nimrod

[n] - (Old Testament) a famous hunter
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Nimrod

noun (Old Testament) a famous hunter
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Nimrod

legendary biblical figure, described in Gen. 10:8–12 as `the first on earth to be a mighty man. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord.` The only ...
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Nimrod

Nimrod, in the Bible, descendant of Cush who is recorded as a mighty hunter.
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Nimrod

The Nimrod is a family of British long-range maritime patrol aircraft. The main roles of the new
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Nimrod

[missile] Nimrod is a long-range air-to-surface and surface-to-surface missile developed by Israel Aerospace Industries. While primarily designed for anti-tank use, it provides standoff strike capability against a variety of point targets such as APCs, ships, bunkers, personnel concentrations and guerrillas. Nimrod has a semi-active laser g...
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Nimrod

[distributed computing] Nimrod is a tool for the parameterisation of serial programs to create and execute embarrassingly parallel programs over a computational grid. Nimrod was one of the first tools to make use of heterogeneous resources in a grid for a single computation. It was also an early example of using a market economy to perform ...
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Nimrod

[computing] The Nimrod was a special purpose computer that played the game of Nim, designed and built by Ferranti and displayed at the Exhibition of Science during the 1951 Festival of Britain. Later, when the Festival ended, the computer was shown in Berlin. Due to its historical importance, famous German politicians were present including...
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Nimrod

[ship] Nimrod was the ship used by Ernest Shackleton in his 1908 Antarctic Nimrod Expedition for the South Pole. It was a 41-year-old schooner of 334 gross register tons which had been used to hunt seals and whales. Shackleton, who paid £5,000 for the ship, had it re-rigged as a barquentine. It also had an auxiliary steam engine, but had a...
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Nimrod

Nimrod (d, {Hebrew Name|נִמְרוֹדֿ|Nimrod|Nimrōḏ} ܢܡܪܘܕ نمرود, Namrood), king of Shinar, was, according to the Book of Genesis and Books of Chronicles, the son of Cush and great-grandson of Noah. He is depicted in the Bible as a man of power and a mighty hunter. Extra-biblical traditions associating him with the Tower of Babel...
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Nimrod

from נמרוד, a mighty hunter, specifically the ancient King Nimrod (mentioned in the Book of Genesis)
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