noun Je·hosh·a·phat \ji-ˈhä-sə-ˌfat, -shə-\

Definition of Jehoshaphat

  1. :  a king of Judah who brought Judah into an alliance with the northern kingdom of Israel in the ninth century b.c.

Origin and Etymology of jehoshaphat

Hebrew Yĕhōshāphāṭ

First Known Use: circa 1500

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