Hasdrubal meaning

hăzdro͝obəl, hăz-dro͝o-
Carthaginian general who attempted to establish military dominance on the Iberian Peninsula during the Second Punic War but was defeated by Roman forces (209).
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(person) Died 221 b.c.; Carthaginian general: brother-in-law of Hannibal.
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(person) Died 207 b.c.; Carthaginian general: crossed the Alps (207) to aid Hannibal, his brother: son of Hamilcar Barca.
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A Punic male given name.
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Origin of hasdrubal

  • From Latin Hasdrubal, from Punic [script?] (ʾzrbʾl, literally “my help is Baal”).

    From Wiktionary