alleluia

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al·le·lu·ia

 (ăl′ə-lo͞o′yə)
interj.
Hallelujah.

[Middle English, from Medieval Latin, from Late Greek allelouia, from Hebrew halləlû-yāh, praise Yahweh; see hallelujah.]

alleluia

or

alleluiah

interj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) praise the Lord! Used more commonly in liturgical contexts in place of hallelujah
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a song of praise to God
[C14: via Medieval Latin from Hebrew hallelūyāh]

al•le•lu•ia

(ˌæl əˈlu yə)

interj., n., pl. -ias. interj. n.
2. a song of praise to God.
[1175–1225; Middle English < Late Latin < Greek allēlouíā < Hebrew halălūyāh praise ye Yahweh]
Translations

alleluia

[ˌælɪˈluːjə] Naleluya f

alleluia

[ˌæləˈluːjə] exclalléluia mall-embracing [ˌɔːlɪmˈbreɪsɪŋ] adj (= all-encompassing) → universel(le)

alleluia

interj(h)alleluja
n(H)alleluja nt
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After the opening hymn and penitential rite, family friends made several readings before veteran Irish cabaret singer Tony Kenny sang Alleluiah.