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Chaldea Syllabification: Chal·de·a
Pronunciation: /kalˈdēə/

Definition of Chaldea in English:

An ancient country in what is now southern Iraq, inhabited by the Chaldeans.

Origin

From Greek Khaldaia, from Akkadian Kaldû, the name of a Babylonian tribal group.

Words that rhyme with Chaldea

Achaea, aliyah, Almería, Apia, Bahía, Caesarea, Cassiopeia, Cytherea, Euboea, foreseer, freer, galleria, gynaecea, Iphigenia, Kampuchea, kea, keyer, Latakia, Leah, Lucia, Nicaea, Nicosia, onomatopoeia, Oriya, osteria, Pangaea, Pantelleria, pharmacopoeia, pizzeria, ria, rupiah, sangría, seer, sharia, Shia, skier, spiraea (US spirea), Tanzania, taqueria, Tarpeia, Thea, trachea, trattoria, urea

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