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Na·blus(năb′ləs, nä′bləs) also Nab·u·lus (năb′ə-lo͝os′)
A city in the West Bank north of Jerusalem. Described in the Bible as the home of Jacob, it was an ancient Canaanite town and the chief city of Samaria.
(Placename) a town in the West Bank: near the site of ancient Shechem. Pop: 136 000 (2005 est)
Nab•lus(ˈnæb ləs, ˈnɑ bləs)
a city in Samaria, formerly in W Jordan, occupied by Israel 1967–96; since 1996 under Palestinian self-rule. 50,000. Hebrew, Shechem.