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Árpád

[ahr-pahd] /ˈɑr pɑd/
noun
1.
died a.d. 907, Hungarian national hero.
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  • The son of Geisa was invested with the regal title, and the house of arpad reigned three hundred years in the kingdom of Hungary.

  • It was plain Eveline liked arpad, which was only natural, for they were about the same age.

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  • arpad viewed the matter not so much from the artistic side as from his youthful, ardent nature.

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  • Do you imagine that the world contains nothing but simpletons like arpad Belenyi?

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  • arpad must obey his mother's wishes, and what she promises for him he must do.

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  • This was undoubtedly arpad's mother, who was curious to see who had come to visit her son.

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  • arpad knew nothing of what had happened to Kaulmann; the news had not penetrated to Montmartre.

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  • She laughed, and slapped arpad's hand, which he did not like.

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  • Eveline went on her toes to the door of the opposite apartment, and noiselessly turned the handle; she wanted to surprise arpad.

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  • arpad had, however, resolved to make the matter still clearer.

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arpad in the Bible

(Isa. 10:9; 36:19; 37:13), also Arphad, support, a Syrian city near Hamath, along with which it is invariably mentioned (2 Kings 19:13; 18:34; Isa. 10:9), and Damascus (Jer. 49:23). After a siege of three years it fell (B.C. 742) before the Assyrian king Tiglath-pileser II. Now Tell Erfud.

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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