projecting; a flower, a cleft or pass, probably that near En-gedi, which leads up from the Dead Sea (2 Chr. 20:16) in the direction of Tekoa; now Tell Hasasah.
The ziz however, was evidently determined not to be balked of its prey.
Go slow, ziz, cautioned the detective, looking at her thoughtfully.
Toward morning the ziz rose slowly into the air, and the lovers clutched each other tightly as the basket spun round and round.
Well, ziz, I dont say it wasnt, but we must puzzle out how he got up there and why he went.
Higher and higher the ziz rose into the air, spreading its vast wings majestically, and flying silently and swiftly over the land.
Then a huge bird, a ziz, bigger than several houses, appeared in the sky and swooped down on the cows and sheep.
"Not in plain sight, ziz," said Wise, and he started moving out a bookcase to look behind it.
Curling his leg round the slender trunk of a tree, the young man began a struggle with the ziz.
Above them stood the ziz, its eyes glowing like twin fires, its beak thrust down to strike.
Take your time, ziz, but have a little pity on a mere man, consumed with curiosity.