- the book of Ecclesiastes.
- its author.
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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Examples from the Web for koheleth
In Koheleth it is written: "To add to knowledge is to add to pain."The Philosophy of Disenchantment
The objects of Koheleth's satire are of a varied description.Hebrew Humor and other Essays
You will discover the profound truth of the saying of my friend Koheleth, that there is nothing new under the sun.Man And Superman
George Bernard Shaw
Koheleth (the preacher, originally gatherer), the Hebrew name for the book of Ecclesiastes, and a personification of wisdom.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Edited by Rev. James Wood
First, Koheleth is endorsed as an industrious, discriminating and instructive writer.
- Old Testament Ecclesiastes or its author, traditionally believed to be Solomon
from Hebrew qōheleth
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