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hal·le·lu·jah

 (hăl′ə-lo͞o′yə)
interj.
Used to express praise or joy.
n.
1. An exclamation of "hallelujah."
2. Music A composition expressing praise and based on the word "hallelujah."

[Hebrew halləlû-yāh, praise Yahweh : halləlû, masculine pl. imperative of hillēl, to praise; see hll in Semitic roots + yāh, Yahweh; see hwy in Semitic roots.]
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hallelujah

(ˌhælɪˈluːjə) or

halleluiah

;

alleluia

(ˌælɪˈluːjə)
interj
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) an exclamation of praise to God
2. an expression of relief or a similar emotion
n
3. an exclamation of "Hallelujah"
4. (Music, other) a musical composition that uses the word Hallelujah as its text
[C16: from Hebrew hallelūyāh praise the Lord, from hellēl to praise + yāh the Lord, Yahweh]
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hal•le•lu•jah

or hal•le•lu•iah

(ˌhæl əˈlu yə)

interj.
1. Praise ye the Lord!
n.
2. an exclamation of “hallelujah!”
3. a shout of joy, praise, or gratitude.
4. a musical composition principally based upon the word “hallelujah.”
[1525–35; < Hebrew halălūyāh praise ye Yahweh]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hallelujah - a shout or song of praise to Godhallelujah - a shout or song of praise to God  
praise - offering words of homage as an act of worship; "they sang a hymn of praise to God"
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Translations
hallelujaylistys

hallelujah

[ˌhælɪˈluːjə] N & EXCLaleluya f
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hallelujah

[ˌhælɪˈluːjə] alleluia [ˌælɪˈluːjə] excl
(RELIGION)alléluia m
(expressing pleausre, relief)alléluia m
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hallelujah

interjhalleluja
nHalleluja nt
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hallelujah

[ˌhælɪˈluːjə] n & exclalleluia m inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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In Wharton's West, states have porous, almost nonexistent boundaries; Abner Spragg, Elmer Moffit, and other Western men, especially in their youth, move from one state to another in search of the most lucrative business "deals." Lorin Weston of Hudson River Bracketed has moved his family from Pruneville, Nebraska, to Hallalujah, Missouri, a stateless town called Advance, and Euphoria, Illinois, the differences between which are inconsequential in Wharton's world (4).
We're leaving Walford." Hallalujah, praise the Lord.
The Kop toiled for years over how best to salute their own superstar before settling on the Hallalujah song,but last night a new dance floor ditty muscled into the debate at the Rajamangala Stadium.