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Haggai

[ hag-ee-ahy, hag-ahy ]
/ ˈhæg iˌaɪ, ˈhæg aɪ /
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noun

a Minor Prophet of the 6th century b.c.
a book of the Bible bearing his name. Abbreviation: Hag.

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Also Douay Bible, Ag·ge·us [uh-gee-uhs] /əˈgi əs/ .
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British Dictionary definitions for Haggai

Haggai
/ (ˈhæɡeɪˌaɪ) /

noun Old Testament

a Hebrew prophet, whose oracles are usually dated between August and December of 520 bc
the book in which these oracles are contained, chiefly concerned with the rebuilding of the Temple after the Exile
Douay spelling: Aggeus (əˈdʒiːəs)
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