- Resen used once.
- Bible Reference: Genesis 10:12
- Included in Eastons: Yes
- Included in Hitchcocks: Yes
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: Yes
- Included in Websters: No
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
- H7449 Used 1 time
Head of the stream; bridle, one of Nimrod's cities (Genesis 10:12), "between Nineveh and Calah." It has been supposed that the four cities named in this verse were afterwards combined into one under the name of Nineveh (q.v.). Resen was on the east side of the Tigris. It is probably identified with the mound of ruins called Karamless.
a bridle or bit
(bridle), (Genesis 10:12) one of the cities built by Asshur, "between Nineveh and Calah." Assyrian remains of some considerable extent are found near the modern village of Selamiyeh , and it is perhaps the most probable conjecture that these represent Resen.
RESEND', verb transitive preterit tense and participle passive resent. [re and send.]
To send again; to send back. [Not in use.]
RESENT', verb transitive s as z. [Latin sentio.]
1. To take well; to receive with satisfaction. obsolete
2. To take ill; to consider as an injury or affront; to be in some degree angry or provoked at.
Thou with scorn and anger would'st resent the offer'd wrong.
RESENT'ED, participle passive Taken ill; being in some measure angry at.
1. One who resents; one that feels an injury deeply.
2. In the sense of one that takes a thing well. obsolete
RESENT'FUL, adjective Easily provoked to anger; of an irritable temper.
RESENT'ING, participle present tense Taking ill; feeling angry at.
1. With a sense of wrong or affront; with a degree of anger.
2. With deep sense or strong perception. obsolete
RESENT'IVE, adjective Easily provoked or irritated; quick to feel an injury or affront.
1. The excitement of passion which proceeds from a sense of wrong offered to ourselves, or to those who are connected with us; anger. This word usually expresses less excitement than anger, though it is often synonymous with it. It expresses much less than wrath, exasperation, and indignation. In this use, resentment is not the sense or perception of injury, but the excitement which is the effect of it.
Can heavenly minds such high resentment show?
2. Strong perception of good. [Not in use.]