Definition of Nehemiah in English:

Nehemiah

Line breaks: Ne¦he|miah
Pronunciation: /nɪəˈmʌɪə
 
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  • 1 (5th century bc) a Hebrew leader who supervised the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem (circa 444 bc) and introduced moral and religious reforms (circa 432 bc).
  • 1.1A book of the Bible telling of Nehemiah.

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