Definition of Rechabite in English:

Rechabite

Syllabification: Rech·ab·ite
Pronunciation: /ˈrekəˌbīt
 
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noun

(In the Bible) a member of an Israelite family, descended from Rechab, who refused to drink wine or live in houses (Jer. 35).
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  • ‘Go to the clan of the Rechabites and speak to them.’

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