Definition of Gehenna in English:

Gehenna

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Pronunciation: /gəˈhɛnə
 
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(In Judaism and the New Testament) hell.

Origin

via ecclesiastical Latin from Greek geenna, from Hebrew gē' hinnōm 'hell', literally 'valley of Hinnom', a place near Jerusalem where children were sacrificed to Baal (Jer. 19:5,6).

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