Definition of Moses in English:

Moses

Syllabification: Mo·ses
Pronunciation: /ˈmōzis, -zəz
 
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( Fl. circa 14th-13th centuries bc), Hebrew prophet and lawgiver; brother of Aaron. According to the biblical account, he was born in Egypt and led the Israelites across the desert toward the Promised Land. During the journey he was inspired by God on Mount Sinai to write down the Ten Commandments on tablets of stone (Exod. 20).

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