Ezra–Nehemiah

noun Ez·ra–Ne·he·mi·ah

Definition of Ezra–Nehemiah

  1. :  a narrative book found in the Ketuvim in the Jewish Scriptures that contains the texts of the books of Ezra and Nehemiah In different printings of the Tanakh, Ezra and Nehemiah are sometimes rendered as two books and sometimes as one. — see bible table

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First Known Use of ezra–nehemiah

1888


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