Definition of Judah in English:

Judah

Syllabification: Ju·dah
Pronunciation: /ˈjo͞odə
 
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  • 1(In the Bible) a Hebrew patriarch, the fourth son of Jacob and Leah.
  • 1.1The tribe of Israel traditionally descended from him, the most powerful of the twelve tribes of Israel.
  • 2The southern part of ancient Palestine, occupied by the tribe of Judah. After the reign of Solomon (circa 930 bc) it formed a separate kingdom from Israel. Later known as Judaea.

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