Tiberias [ tahy- beer-ee- uhs ] SHOW IPA / taɪˈbɪər i əs / PHONETIC RESPELLING
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Origin of Tiberias
First recorded in 1600–10; from Latin
Tiberiad- (stem of assumed Tiberias ), from Greek Tiberiádos, genitive singular of assumed Tiberías, a town founded ca. a.d. 20 by Herod Antipas and named in honor of the Emperor Tiberius Words nearby Tiberias Tian Shan
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How to use Tiberias in a sentence
God made Satan, in the skin of a diver, fish up earth out of Lake
The Jordan rises some distance to the north-east of
Tiberias, and passes through another small lake called the waters of Merom.
North of lake
Tiberias, and on the top of a high mountain in sight, stands Safet, a town of considerable size.
The hot waters, which spout forth from under ground, are called the warm baths of
Tiberias. British Dictionary definitions for Tiberias noun a resort in N Israel, on the Sea of Galilee: an important Jewish centre after the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans. Pop: 40 100 (2003 est) Lake Tiberias another name for the (Sea of) Galilee
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