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noun Chiefly Biblical.
a month equivalent to Heshvan of the modern Jewish calendar. 1 Kings 6:38.
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Origin of Bul

From Hebrew, Canaanite Būl “growth, produce”

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bulletin.
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British Dictionary definitions for Bul (1 of 2)

Bul
/ (buːl) /

noun
the eighth month of the Old Hebrew calendar, corresponding to Heshvan of the Babylonian or post-exilic Jewish calendar: a period from mid-October to mid-November

Word Origin for Bul

from Hebrew būl, of Canaanite origin

British Dictionary definitions for Bul (2 of 2)

bul.

abbreviation for
bulletin
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