Ichabod

interjection Ich·a·bod \ˈikəˌbäd\

Definition of Ichabod

  1. —used to express regret for departed glory a refreshingly cheerful note in the thundering chorus whose burden is “Ichabod” — G. W. Johnson

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Origin and Etymology of ichabod

Hebrew ī-khābhōdh inglorious


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