Your word for today is: Nimrod, n.
[‘A tyrannical ruler; a tyrant. Obs.’]
Pronunciation: Brit. /ˈnɪmrɒd/, U.S. /ˈnɪmˌrɑd/
Forms: 15 Nemrod, 15 Nemroth, 15– Nimrod; Sc. pre-17 Nembroith.
Etymology: < the name of Nimrod (Hebrew Nimrōḏ, lit. ‘we will rebel’ or ‘let us rebel’, probably a polemical distortion of the name of the Mesopotamian war-god Ninurta, a mighty hunter and warrior), great grandson of Noah and traditional founder of the Babylonian dynasty, described in Genesis 10:8–9 as ‘a mighty one in the earth’ and ‘a mighty hunter before the Lord’.
The name is attested in Middle English as Nembrot or Nembroth (also Nemroth, Nemeroth).