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Mordecai

(ˌmɔːdəˈkaɪ; ˈmɔːdəˌkaɪ)
n
1. (Biography) Old Testament the cousin of Esther who averted a massacre of the Jews (Esther 2–9)
2. (Bible) Old Testament the cousin of Esther who averted a massacre of the Jews (Esther 2–9)
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Mor•de•cai

(ˈmɔr dɪˌkaɪ, -ˌxaɪ)

n.
the cousin of Esther who delivered the Jews from the destruction planned by Haman. Esther 2–8.
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