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or Judaean

[joo-dee-uh n] /dʒuˈdi ən/
of or relating to Judea.
a native or inhabitant of Judea.
Origin of Judean
First recorded in 1645-55; Jude(a) + -an Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • It is not clear what aroused the spirit of the discouraged Judean community.

    Biblical Geography and History Charles Foster Kent
  • He has even been called the Judean Brutus, as he did not spare his own son.

    A Thousand Years of Jewish History

    Maurice H. (Maurice Henry) Harris
  • In the sphere of religion and morality, Hellene and Judean could not come close to each other.

    Jewish History S. M. Dubnow
  • When he was being hunted over the Judean fastnesses by King Saul.

    Quiet Talks on Service

    S. D. Gordon
  • It may mean that first Judean year for you—lack of appreciation.

    Quiet Talks on Prayer S. D. (Samuel Dickey) Gordon
  • Only little by little was she able to permit the full blaze of the Judean sun to reach them.

    The City of Delight Elizabeth Miller
  • Once, so runs the legend, there lived in far Judean hills two affectionate brothers, tilling a common field together.


    Jacob A. Riis

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