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beatitude (often cap.) any of the nine declarations of blessedness in the Sermon on the Mount, made by Jesus Christ. [1/2 definitions]
get on to mount, board, or step onto. [1/2 definitions]
golden calf according to the Old Testament, a gold statue of a calf that the Israelites worshiped while Moses was on Mount Sinai. [1/2 definitions]
horse to mount or ride a horse. [1/10 definitions]
Moses according to the Old Testament, the Hebrew patriarch who received the Ten Commandments from God on Mount Sinai, and who led the Jews out of slavery in Egypt.
mounting something that serves as a support, foundation, or background; mount. [1/2 definitions]
Mt. abbreviation of "mount" or "mountain."
offer to present; mount. [1/14 definitions]
Olympus Mount Olympus, a mountain in northern Greece, believed in ancient times to be the dwelling place of the gods.
Parnassus Mount Parnassus, a mountain in central Greece that in classical times was associated with Apollo and the Muses. [1/3 definitions]
Pompeii an ancient city of southwestern Italy that was buried in 79 A.D. by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
quirt a short whip used by a rider to make a mount go faster. [1/2 definitions]
remount to mount or climb again. [1/2 definitions]
rocket1 to mount suddenly and unexpectedly, as prices; skyrocket. [1/6 definitions]
Sermon on the Mount in the New Testament, the speech Jesus Christ delivered to his disciples on the Mount of Olives, in which he discoursed on those who are blessed.
Sinai see Mount Sinai. [1/2 definitions]
swivel a fastener or mount that allows the object fastened or mounted to turn freely or pivot. [2/5 definitions]
Ten Commandments according to the Old Testament, the ten laws handed down by God to Moses on Mount Sinai that constitute the fundamental code of moral responsibility for both Jews and Christians; Decalogue.
trunnion one of a pair of cylindrical pins on either side of a cannon that support it on its carriage or mount. [1/2 definitions]
Vesuvius an active volcano in southwestern Italy that destroyed Pompeii and Herculaneum in 79 A.D.; Mount Vesuvius.