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Galuth

or Ga·lut, ga·lut

[ Sephardic Hebrew gah-loot; Ashkenazic Hebrew, gaw-luhs ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew gɑˈlut; Ashkenazic Hebrew, ˈgɔ ləs /
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noun (sometimes lowercase)Hebrew.
the forced exile of Jews, especially from countries where they were most persecuted.
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Origin of Galuth

gālūth literally, exile
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