Definition of Chaldea in English:

Chaldea

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

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