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Star of Bethlehem

n
(Bible) the star that is supposed to have appeared above Bethlehem at the birth of Christ
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Star′ of Beth′lehem


n.
the star that guided the Magi to the manger of the infant Jesus in Bethlehem. Matt. 2:1–10.

star′-of-Beth′lehem



n., pl. stars-of-Bethlehem.
1. any plant of the genus Ornithogalum, of the lily family, having grasslike leaves and white, star-shaped flowers.
2. any of various starflowers.
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