Definition of Ananias in English:

Ananias

Syllabification: An·a·ni·as
Pronunciation: /ˌanəˈnīəs
 
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Two figures in the New Testament, the husband of Sapphira, struck dead because he lied (Acts 5), and the Jewish high priest before whom St Paul was brought (Acts 23).

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