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halidom

[ hal-i-duhm ]
/ ˈhæl ɪ dəm /
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noun

a holy place, as a church or sanctuary.

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Also hal·i·dome [hal-i-dohm]. /ˈhæl ɪˌdoʊm/.

Origin of halidom

before 1000; Middle English; Old English hāligdōm.See holy, -dom
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halidom
/ (ˈhælɪdəm) /

noun

archaic a holy place or thing

Word Origin for halidom

Old English hāligdōm; see holy, -dom
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