a highway; a twig, only in 2 Kings 12:20. If taken as a proper name (as in the LXX. and other versions), the locality is unknown.
If silla were to get into this, then he might as well lay both himself and his hammer down.
Cordillera genera of plants have also, somehow, reached the silla of Caracas.
He had no trouble in recognizing it, because it was incense, common enough in Chinese Buddhism, but before unseen in silla.
We cannot understand the addition "on the way that goeth down to silla."
His mother, tall and big, would just squeeze them to death with that shop, both he and silla.
Last of the three kingdoms to receive Buddhism was silla, to which it came about 424.
On the rare occasions when Nikolai had an opportunity of speaking to her, silla complained sadly.
In 876 the king of silla was named Chung—also called Hongang.
It was another postponement for him and silla until the spring.
He was the son of king Chung, by a concubine, but never became king of silla.