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Daniel

Daniel

noun Dan·iel \ˈdan-yəl also ˈda-nəl\

Definition of DANIEL

1
:  the Jewish hero of the Book of Daniel who as an exile in Babylon interprets dreams, gives accounts of apocalyptic visions, and is divinely delivered from a den of lions
2
:  a book of narratives, visions, and prophecies in canonical Jewish and Christian Scripture — see bible table

Origin of DANIEL

Hebrew Dānī'ēl
First Known Use: before 12th century

Daniel

biographical name Dan·iel \ˈdan-yəl\

Definition of DANIEL

Samuel 1562?–1619 Eng. poet

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