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Judeo–Christian

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adjective Ju·deo–Chris·tian \jü-ˌdā-ō-ˈkris-chən, -ˈkrish- also ˌjü-dē-ō- or jü-ˌdē-ō-\

Simple Definition of Judeo–Christian

  • : relating to both Judaism and Christianity

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of Judeo–Christian

  1. :  having historical roots in both Judaism and Christianity

Origin of judeo–christian

Latin Judaeus Jew — more at jew


First Known Use: 1847


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