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bethel

noun beth·el \ˈbe-thəl\

Definition of BETHEL

1
:  a hallowed spot
2
a :  a chapel for Nonconformists
b :  a place of worship for seamen

Origin of BETHEL

Hebrew bēth'ēl house of God
First Known Use: circa 1617

Rhymes with BETHEL

Bethel

geographical name Beth·el \ˈbe-thəl, be-ˈthel\

Definition of BETHEL

city of ancient Palestine N of Jerusalem; the present-day West Bank town is called Bay·tīn \ˌbā-ˈtēn\

Rhymes with BETHEL

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