Definition of Golgotha in English:

Golgotha

Syllabification: Gol·go·tha
Pronunciation: /ˈgälgəTHə, gôlˈgäTHə
 
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  • The site of the crucifixion of Jesus; Calvary.

Origin

from late Latin, via Greek from an Aramaic form of Hebrew gulgoleth 'skull' (see Matt. 27:33).

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