Zedekiah

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Zed·e·ki·ah

 (zĕd′ĭ-kī′ə) Sixth century bc.
The last king of Judah (597-586 bc). He revolted unsuccessfully (588-586) against Nebuchadnezzar II and was sent to captivity in Babylon, where he died.
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Zedekiah

(ˌzɛdəˈkaɪə)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the last king of Judah, who died in captivity at Babylon. Douay spelling: Sedecias
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