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An ancient city of Palestine near the northwest shore of the Dead Sea. A stronghold commanding the valley of the lower Jordan River, it was, according to the Bible, captured and destroyed by Joshua.
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(Placename) a town in the West Bank near the N end of the Dead Sea, 251 m (825 ft) below sea level: on the site of an ancient city, the first place to be taken by the Israelites under Joshua after entering the Promised Land in the 14th century bc (Joshua 6)
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an ancient city of Palestine, N of the Dead Sea, formerly in W Jordan; occupied by Israel 1967–94; since 1994 under Palestinian self-rule.
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|Noun||1.||Jericho - a village in Palestine near the north end of the Dead Sea; in the Old Testament it was the first place taken by the Israelites under Joshua as they entered the Promised Land|
West Bank - an area between Israel and Jordan on the west bank of the Jordan river; populated largely by Palestinians
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Jericho[ˈdʒerɪkəʊ] N → Jericó m
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n → Jericho nt
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Jericho[ˈdʒɛrɪˌkəʊ] n → Gerico f
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