Baruch

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noun Ba·ruch \bə-ˈrük, ˈbär-ˌük, ˈber-\

Definition of Baruch

  1. :  a homiletic book included in the Roman Catholic canon of the Old Testament and in the Protestant Apocrypha — see bible table

Origin and Etymology of baruch

Late Latin, from Greek Barouch, from Hebrew Bārūkh


First Known Use: 14th century


Baruch

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biographical name Ba·ruch \bə-ˈrük\

Definition of Baruch

  1. Bernard Man*nesplay \ˈma-nəs\ 1870–1965 American businessman and statesman


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