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Koheleth

[ koh-hel-eth ]
/ koʊˈhɛl ɛθ /
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noun
the book of Ecclesiastes.
its author.
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Also Ko·hel·et, Ko·hel·es [koh-hel-et, -es]. /koʊˈhɛl ɛt, -ɛs/.

Origin of Koheleth

From the Hebrew word qoheleṭ member of an assembly

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British Dictionary definitions for Koheleth

Koheleth
/ (kəʊˈhɛlɪθ) /

noun
Old Testament Ecclesiastes or its author, traditionally believed to be Solomon

Word Origin for Koheleth

from Hebrew qōheleth
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