Deborah

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Deb·o·rah

 (dĕb′ər-ə, dĕb′rə)
In the Bible, a judge and prophet who aided the Israelites in their victory over the Canaanites.

[Hebrew dəbôrâ, bee; see dbr in Semitic roots.]

Deborah

(ˈdɛbərə; -brə)
n
1. (Bible) a prophetess and judge of Israel who fought the Canaanites (Judges 4, 5)
2. (Bible) Rebecca's nurse (Genesis 35:8)

Deb•o•rah

(ˈdɛb ər ə, ˈdɛb rə)

n.
a prophetess of Israel. Judges 4, 5.
Translations
Debora
DéboraDéborah
Debora

Deborah

[ˈdebərə] NDébora
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