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Ezekiel

noun Eze·kiel \i-ˈzē-kyəl, -kē-əl\

Definition of EZEKIEL

1
:  a Hebrew priest and prophet of the sixth century b.c.
2
:  a prophetic book of canonical Jewish and Christian Scripture written by Ezekiel — see bible table

Origin of EZEKIEL

Late Latin Ezechiel, from Hebrew Yĕḥezqēl
First Known Use: 1568

Ezekiel

biographical name Eze·kiel \i-ˈzēk-yəl\

Definition of EZEKIEL

Moses Jacob 1844–1917 Am. sculptor

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