Definition of Nehemiah in English:

Nehemiah

Syllabification: Ne·he·mi·ah
Pronunciation: /ˌnēəˈmīə
 
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1 ( 5th century bc) a Hebrew leader who supervised the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem (circa 444) and introduced moral and religious reforms (circa 432).
1.1A book of the Bible telling of Nehemiah’s rebuilding and reforms.

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