The third was a sidonian soldier from the house of Sanballat.
Kurri, the sidonian, stood beside him, with graving tools in his hands.
To be the wife of a sidonian town-councillor, at the highest,--what a fate!
A fine episode—a sidonian slave defies her mistress, a Roman matron.
Across the bay, on the mainland opposite the great sidonian harbor, she has a vast sanctuary.
Further than this, it would seem, sidonian enterprise did not penetrate.
She had touched at Sidon, and perhaps Astaroth is only her sidonian name.
Homer speaks of sidonian embroideries, “Iliad,” vi., 287-295.
But I say, father, what were you going to say about my being a Tyre and sidonian?
Elijah stayed long with the sidonian widow, safe in that obscure concealment, and with his simple wants supplied.
ancient Phoenician city, from Greek Sidon, from Phoenician Tzidhon, literally "fishing place," from tzud "to hunt, to capture." Related: Sidonian.
fishing; fishery, Gen. 10:15, 19 (A.V. marg., Tzidon; R.V., Zidon); Matt. 11:21, 22; Luke 6:17. (See ZIDON.)