gallah

noun gal·lah \ˈgäləḵ, gäˈläḵ\
variants: less commonly

gallach

\ˈgäləḵ, gäˈläḵ\

Definition of gallah

plural

gallahim

also

gallachim

\gäˈlȯḵə̇m, -ḵēm, ˌgälȯˈḵēm\

among the Jews

  1. :  a Christian minister or cleric; especially :  a Roman Catholic priest or monk

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Origin and Etymology of gallah

Hebrew gallāh, literally, one who shaves


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