Definition of Siloam in English:

Siloam

Line breaks: Si¦loam
Pronunciation: /sʌɪˈləʊəm
 
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(In the New Testament) a spring and pool of water near Jerusalem, where a man born blind was told by Jesus to wash, thereby gaining sight (John 9:7).

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Pronunciation: ˈsiːtəʊs
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bearing bristles or setae; bristly