capharnaum

noun
ca·​phar·​na·​um | \kəˈfärnēəm\
plural -s

Definition of capharnaum 

: a confused jumble : a place marked by a disorderly accumulation of objects

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History and Etymology for capharnaum

French, from Capharnaum, Aramaic form of Capernaum, ancient city of Palestine; from the crowd before the house where Jesus preached (Mark 2:2)

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