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Raamses

[ rey-am-seez ]
/ reɪˈæm siz /
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noun

a city that was built for the Pharaoh by the Israelites and from which the Exodus began. Exodus 1:11.

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Origin of Raamses

From Late Latin Ramesses, from Greek Rhamessēs, from Hebrew Raʿmĕsēs, Raʿamĕsēs, from Egyptian rʿ-ms-sw “(the god) Re has begotten him”

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