Caiaphas

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Cai·a·phas

 (kā′ə-fəs, kī′-), Joseph fl. first century ad.
In the New Testament, the Jewish high priest who presided over the counsel that condemned Jesus.
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Caiaphas

(ˈkaɪəˌfæs)
n
(Bible) New Testament the high priest at the beginning of John the Baptist's preaching and during the trial of Jesus (Luke 3:2; Matthew 26)
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Cai•a•phas

(ˈkeɪ ə fəs, ˈkaɪ-)

n.
a high priest of the Jews who presided over the assembly that condemned Jesus to death. Matt. 26.
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