dukan

noun
du·​kan
variants: or duchan \ düˈkän , -​ˈḵ-​ , ˈ⸗ˌ⸗ ; ˈdu̇ḵən \
plural -s

Definition of dukan

1 : the platform on which the priest of the Hebrew Temple stood to pronounce the benediction

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History and Etymology for dukan

Hebrew dūkhān platform

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