Ma·nas·seh noun \mə-ˈna-sə\
: a son of Joseph and the traditional eponymous ancestor of one of the tribes of Israel
: a king of Judah reigning in the seventh century b.c. and noted for his attempt to establish polytheism
Origin of MANASSEH
First Known Use: 1578
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