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Nehemiah

noun Ne·he·mi·ah \ˌnē-(h)ə-ˈmī-ə\

Definition of NEHEMIAH

1
:  a Jewish leader of the fifth century b.c. who supervised the rebuilding of the Jerusalem city walls and instituted religious reforms in the city
2
:  a narrative and historical book of canonical Jewish and Christian Scripture — see bible table

Origin of NEHEMIAH

Hebrew Nĕḥemyāh
First Known Use: 14th century

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