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 (jə-hŏsh′ə-făt′, -hŏs′-) or Je·hos·a·phat (-hŏs′-) Ninth century bc.
King of Judah who formed an alliance with the kingdom of Israel.


(dʒɪˈhɒʃəˌfæt; -ˈhɒs-)
1. (Bible) the king of Judah (?873–?849 bc) (I Kings 22:41–50)
2. (Bible) the site of Jehovah's apocalyptic judgment upon the nations (Joel 4:14)


(dʒɪˈhɒʃ əˌfæt, -ˈhɒs-)

a king of Judah who reigned in the 9th century B.C. I Kings 22:41–50.
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"Booshoh he!--for shame!-it is a ram from the thickets of Engedi, and as rugged as the valley of jehosaphat!"
Mary Magdalene, John instructs the reader to follow the street heading out from the Gate of Jehosaphat until he finds himself on a street which leads to the Gate of Saint Stephen, from whence he will find additional streets which finally will carry him to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Grampaw Pettibone said: Jumpin' jehosaphat, what was that pilot thinking?!?