Sela

[Saudi Arabia] Sela (سلع) is a mountain in Medina in modern Saudi Arabia. Mount selae in the `District of the Seven Mosques` in city of Medina Municipality in Saudi Arabia. Sela` means `sliced`, because the mountain looks as if it is sliced several times. `The Prophet Muhammad in the `Battle of the Trench` prayed to God for victory on Mo...
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SELA

Abbreviation for Sistema Economico Latino-Americana (Latin American Economic System). ...
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Sela

Sela or Selah (sē'lu) [Heb.,=rock], in the Bible, unidentified town, S of the Dead Sea. Amaziah captured it and renamed it Joktheel. Some identify Sela with Petra. Sela in the first chapter of Judges seems to be another rock.
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Sela

In Abaluia mythology, Sela was the first woman, created along with the first man, Mwambu, by the creator, Wele so that the sun might have a people to shine for.
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Sela

Sela is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `Heavenly` The name Sela is most commonly given to Dutch girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) Sela is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands What do they use in other countries? Celestin Celien Celeste (English) Ciel Sena Syl Cielo (English) Sylla Keilani The name sounds like: Selia,...
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Selá

[Vopnafjörður] Selá is a river in Vopnafjörður, Iceland, and one of Iceland`s most exclusive rivers for salmon angling. Selá is visited by a number of Icelandic and foreign anglers every summer. In 2004, `The Golden Bear` golf champion Jack Nicklaus fished Selá, and in July 2006 former US president George H. W. Bush spent several day...
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Sela

[Edom] Sela (السلع, סֶּלַע, transliteration Sela‛, meaning rock; Arabic: as-Sala‛; πέτρα; petra) was the capital of Edom, situated in the great valley extending from the Dead Sea to the Red Sea (2 Kings 14:7). It was near Mount Hor, close by the desert of Zin. It is called `the rock` (Judges 1:36). When Amaziah took it h...
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