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Babylon in English
ancient city located on the Euphrates River in Asia (former capital of the Babylonian Empire); site and ruins of the ancient city of Babylon located south of modern Baghdad (Iraq); Babylon Ltd., single-click dictionary and translator, provider of single-click information access and translation software

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Babylon in Greek
βαβυλών

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Babylon in Chinese (s)
巴比伦; 繁华的都市, 罪恶之都

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Babylon in Chinese (t)
巴比倫; 繁華的都市, 罪惡之都

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Babylon in Arabic
بابل, مدينة قديمة كانت تقع على نهر الفرات في بلاد الرافدين (عاصمة الإمبراطورية البابلية السابقة); آثار مدينة بابل القديمة (تقع جنوبي مدينة بغداد الحديثة في العراق); شركة بابيلون م.ض, شركة بارزة في مجال توفير الترجمة الفورية والقواميس; قاموس ومترجم فوري الكتروني من تطوير شركة بابيلون

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Babylon in Spanish
Babilonia, antigua ciudad ubicada sobre el río Eufrates en Asia (ex capital del Imperio Babilónico); Babylon, principal suministrador de un programa de traducción y conversión con acceso a la información con un simple clic

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Babylon in Dutch
Babylon (de stad), vroegere stad gelegen aan de rivier de Eufraat in Azië (vroegere hoofdstad van het Babylonische Rijk); vooraanstaande leverancier van single-click information access translation en conversion software

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Babylon in Portuguese
Babilônia, antiga cidade localizada às margens do rio Eufrates na Ásia (antiga capital do império babilônico); o principal software provedor de traduções e conversões em um único clique

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Babylon in Turkish
büyük ve gösterişli şehir

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Babylon in Italian
Babilonia, antica città sul fiume Eufrate in Asia (capitale dell'Impero babilonese); Babylon, ocietà leader nel campo dell'accesso all'informazione con un solo clic

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Babylon in French
Babylone, ville antique de la Mésopotamie située sur l'Euphrate; Babylon, logiciel de traduction et de conversion (devises) uniquement sur un simple clic qui existe en 13 langues

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Babylon in German
Babylon, antike Stadt am Fluss Euphrat in Asien (ehemalige Hauptstadt des babylonischen Reiches); Ort der Rruinen der antiken Stadt von Babylon südlich des heutigen Baghdad (Irak) gelegen; Babylon GmbH, führender Anbieter einer einzel-Klick Übersetzungs-Software Babylon Translator, einzel-Klick Wörterbuch und Übersetzungsprogramm

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Babylon in Japanese
バビロン; アジアのユーフラテス川沿岸に栄えた古代都市(バビロニア王国の首都); 現代のバグダッド(イラク)南部にあるバビロンの古代都市の遺跡; バビロン社, ワンクリック辞書と翻訳の会社, ワンクリックで訳や換算を行うリーディングプロバイダー

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Babylon in Hebrew
בבל, אזור במסופוטמיה אשר במורדות הנהר פרת השוכן במקומה של ממלכת בבל הקדומה; עיר הבירה של ממלכת בבל הקדומה; אתר ועיי חורבות של העיר העתיקה בבל בדרום לבגדד (עירק); בבילון, שם של חברה ותוכנה בינלאומית אשר מאפשרת תרגום וקבלת אינפורמציה מכל ולכל השפות ע"י קליק אחד

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Babylon in Korean
바빌론, 화려하고 타락한 대도시

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Babylon in Swedish
Babel (staden)

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Babylon in English
Babylon [from Assyrian "gate of the gods"] An ancient, celebrated city on the Euphrates said to have been founded by the Assyrian monarch Ninus or his legendary wife Semiramis. In ancient times one foci through which Brahmanical esoteric wisdom from India was diffused in Asia Minor, and its cosmogony forms a link between those teachings and the cosmogony of the Hebraic Bible.


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 rivers of babylon 

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in the Apocalypse, is the symbolical name by which Rome is denoted. (Revelation 14:8; 17:18) The power of Rome was regarded by the later Jews as was that of Babylon by their forefathers. Comp. (Jeremiah 51:7) with Reve 14:8 The occurrence of this name in (1 Peter 5:13) has given rise to a variety of conjectures, many giving it the same meaning as in the Apocalypse; others refer it to Babylon in Asia, and others still to Babylon in Egypt. The most natural supposition of all is that by Babylon is intended the old Babylon of Assyria, which was largely inhabited by Jews at the time in question.
  

Copyright: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Dictionary source: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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Babylon (, ; ; Sumerian logogram: KÁ.DINGIR.RAKI; Hebrew: , Bāḇel; ; Bābiru) was a Semitic Akkadian  city-state (founded in 1894 BC by an Amorite dynasty) of ancient Mesopotamia, the remains of which are found in present-day Hillah, Babil Governorate, Iraq, about south of Baghdad. All that remains of the original ancient famed city of Babylon today is a large mound, or tell, of broken mud-brick buildings and debris in the fertile Mesopotamian plain between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. The city itself was built upon the Euphrates, and divided in equal parts along its left and right banks, with steep embankments to contain the river's seasonal floods.

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Noun
1. the chief city of ancient Mesopotamia and capitol of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia
(hypernym) city, metropolis, urban center
(part-holonym) Mesopotamia
(part-meronym) Hanging Gardens of Babylon
(classification) Mesopotamia
(class) Babylonian


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For this reason Daniel went to Arioch, to whom the king had given orders for the destruction of the wise men of Babylon, and said to him, Do not put to death the wise men of Babylon: take me in before the king and I will make clear to him the sense of the dream.
  

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N F
Babylon (city on Euphrates| capital of Babylonia); people of Babylon

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same as Babel
  

Copyright: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary (1869) , by Roswell D. Hitchcock. About Dictionary source: Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
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the Greek form of BABEL; Semitic form Babilu, meaning "The Gate of God." In the Assyrian tablets it means "The city of the dispersion of the tribes." The monumental list of its kings reaches back to B.C. 2300, and includes Khammurabi, or Amraphel (q.v.), the contemporary of Abraham. It stood on the Euphrates, about 200 miles above its junction with the Tigris, which flowed through its midst and divided it into two almost equal parts. The Elamites invaded Chaldea (i.e., Lower Mesopotamia, or Shinar, and Upper Mesopotamia, or Accad, now combined into one) and held it in subjection. At length Khammu-rabi delivered it from the foreign yoke, and founded the new empire of Chaldea (q.v.), making Babylon the capital of the united kingdom. This city gradually grew in extent and grandeur, but in process of time it became subject to Assyria. On the fall of Nineveh (B.C. 606) it threw off the Assyrian yoke, and became the capital of the growing Babylonian empire. Under Nebuchadnezzar it became one of the most splendid cities of the ancient world. After passing through various vicissitudes the city was occupied by Cyrus, "king of Elam," B.C. 538, who issued a decree permitting the Jews to return to their own land (Ezra 1). It then ceased to be the capital of an empire. It was again and again visited by hostile armies, till its inhabitants were all driven from their homes, and the city became a complete desolation, its very site being forgotten from among men. On the west bank of the Euphrates, about 50 miles south of Bagdad, there is found a series of artificial mounds of vast extent. These are the ruins of this once famous proud city. These ruins are principally (1) the great mound called Babil by the Arabs. This was probably the noted Temple of Belus, which was a pyramid about 480 feet high. (2) The Kasr (i.e., "the palace"). This was the great palace of Nebuchadnezzar. It is almost a square, each side of which is about 700 feet long. The little town of Hillah, near the site of Babylon, is built almost wholly of bricks taken from this single mound. (3) A lofty mound, on the summit of which stands a modern tomb called Amran ibn-Ali. This is probably the most ancient portion of the remains of the city, and represents the ruins of the famous hanging-gardens, or perhaps of some royal palace. The utter desolation of the city once called "The glory of kingdoms" (Isa.13:19) was foretold by the prophets (Isa.13:4-22; Jer. 25:12; 50:2, 3; Dan. 2:31-38). The Babylon mentioned in 1 Pet. 5:13 was not Rome, as some have thought, but the literal city of Babylon, which was inhabited by many Jews at the time Peter wrote. In Rev. 14:8; 16:19; 17:5; and 18:2, "Babylon" is supposed to mean Rome, not considered as pagan, but as the prolongation of the ancient power in the papal form. Rome, pagan and papal, is regarded as one power. "The literal Babylon was the beginner and supporter of tyranny and idolatry...This city and its whole empire were taken by the Persians under Cyrus; the Persians were subdued by the Macedonians, and the Macedonians by the Romans; so that Rome succeeded to the power of old Babylon. And it was her method to adopt the worship of the false deities she had conquered; so that by her own act she became the heiress and successor of all the Babylonian idolatry, and of all that was introduced into it by the immediate successors of Babylon, and consequently of all the idolatry of the earth." Rome, or "mystical Babylon," is "that great city which reigneth over the kings of the earth" (17:18). Babylonish garment a robe of rich colours fabricated at Babylon, and hence of great value (Josh.7:21). Babylon, kingdom of called "the land of the Chaldeans" (Jer. 24:5; Ezek, 12:13), was an extensive province in Central Asia along the valley of the Tigris from the Persian Gulf northward for some 300 miles. It was famed for its fertility and its riches. Its capital was the city of Babylon, a great commercial centre (Ezek. 17:4; Isa. 43:14). Babyl (Ps. 137:1), i.e., of the whole country of Babylonia, e.g., the Tigris, Euphrates, Chalonas, the Ulai, and the numerous canals.

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Babylon in Greek
Ουσ. Βαβυλώνα
(Αρχαία πόλη που βρισκόταν κοντά στον Ευφράτη ποτάμο και ήταν πρωτεύουσα της Αυτοκρατορίας των Βαβυλωνίων)
Ουσ. πρόγραμμα μεταφραστικής υποβοήθησης (Η/Υ)


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Babylon in Esperanto
n. Babilono

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Babelo, Babilono

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Babylon in Chinese (s)
[E] Babylon (n) [P] Babilônia (n) [C] 巴比伦(巴比伦首都)

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Babylon in Interlingua
*Babilon, *Babylonnia, *Babel

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Babylon in Arabic
بَابِلَ

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Babylon in Indonesian
Babilonia
my child #02

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Babylon in Spanish
el sistema, el Estado, sobre todo el corrupto o autoritario; (Jamaica) poderes imperiales o comerciales, como multinacionales y gobiernos

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Babylon in Russian
[n.] Вавилон (город, являющийся средоточием пороков)

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(n) Вавилон

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n. ист. Вавилон

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Babylon in Dutch
Babel

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Babylon in Turkish
babil

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Babil

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babil

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babil

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Babylon in Thai
(แบบ'บิลอน) n. เมืองหลวงของBabylonis โบราณ,เมืองที่มีความหรูหราฟุ่มเฟือยและชั่วร้าย

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เมืองแบบ-อิล็อน

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Babylon in Romanian
1. Babilon
2. babilonie

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babilon; babilonie

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Babylon in Catalan
s Babilònia | INTERNET Nom d'un lloc web que ofereix serveis relacionats amb la traducció de paraules a/i entre diverses llengües del món | Nom d'un programari de traducció de paraules a/i entre diverses llengües del món

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Babylon in French
Babylon ['bWbNlBn] n Antiq Babylone f.

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Babylone, Babel

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Babylon in Bulgarian
Вавилон;

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Babylon in Persian
شهر بابل‌ قديم‌

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يكي از قويترين ديكشنري هاي دنيا كه همه گونه ديكشنري را داراست و در هر جاي سيستم و با كليك بر روي لغت معني آن را به ما مي گويد
رفتن به سايت برنامه اي براي ساخت ديکشنري Babylon با فرمت Bgl
فايلهاي آن با فرمت Gls ذخيره مي شوند

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شهر بابل قديم

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شهر بابل‌ قديم‌

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ô‏¢ى ٌ“‘“ ¤ْھ

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Babylon in Hmong
n. Lub nroog Babylon

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Babylon in Hungarian
babilon; rendőrség (az angliai fekete szubkultúra nyelvezetében)

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Babylon in Hebrew
(ש"פ) בבל.

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Babylon in Albanian
['bæbilën/'babilon] n.,geogr. Babilon (qytet i lashtë në lindjen e mesme dhe kryeqytet i Perandorisë Babilonase); vend mërgimi; the modern Babylon fig. Londra; qyteti i luksit; the whore of Babylon vjet. keq. Kisha Katolika.; provajder numër një në programet e përkthimit dhe shndrrimit që arihet deri te informata me një klikim të vetëm.

Babylonia ['bæbi'lounië] em.,vjet. gjeog. Babiloni, Perandoria Babilonase (perandori e lashtë në Azinë jugperëndimore).
Babylonian ['bæbi'louniën] I adj. Babillonian; i babilonisë; i stërmadh; i paanë; i pafund. II n., histo. Babilonas; banor i Babilonisë. • gjuh. gjuhë e babilonisë.

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qytet i lashtë në lindjen e mesme

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Babylon in Urdu
n. baabul(m.)

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