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Terah

[ teer-uh, ter-ah ]
/ ˈtɪər ə, ˈtɛr ɑ /
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noun
the father of Abraham. Genesis 11:25–32.
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Also Douay Bible, Thar·e [thair-uh] /ˈθɛər ə/ .

Origin of Terah

From Hebrew Teraḥ, of uncertain origin and meaning
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