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mene, mene, tekel, upharsin

[mee-nee, mee-nee, tek-uh l, yoo-fahr-sin] /ˈmi ni, ˈmi ni, ˈtɛk əl, yuˈfɑr sɪn/
numbered, numbered, weighed, divided: the miraculous writing on the wall interpreted by Daniel as foretelling the destruction of Belshazzar and his kingdom. Dan. 5:25–31. Unabridged
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mene, mene, tekel, upharsin

/ˈmiːniː ˈmiːniː ˈtɛkəl juːˈfɑːsɪn/
(Old Testament) the words that appeared on the wall during Belshazzar's Feast (Daniel 5:25), interpreted by Daniel to mean that God had doomed the kingdom of Belshazzar
Word Origin
Aramaic: numbered, numbered, weighed, divided
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