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Bethlehem in English
town near Jerusalem, birthplace of Jesus

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Bethlehem in Greek
βηθλεέμ

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Bethlehem in Chinese (s)
伯利恒

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Bethlehem in Chinese (t)
伯利恆

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Bethlehem in Arabic
بيت لحم, مدينة قريبة من القدس, مسقط رأس المسيح

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Bethlehem in Spanish
Belén, ciudad cercana a Jerusalén, lugar donde nació Jesús

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Bethlehem in Russian
Вифлеем

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Bethlehem in Dutch
Bethlehem

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Bethlehem in Portuguese
Belém, cidade próxima a Jerusalém, cidade natal de Jesus

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Bethlehem in Turkish
Beytüllahim, Kudüs yakınlarında bir kasaba, İsa peygamberin doğum yeri

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Bethlehem in Italian
Betlemme, cittadina presso Gerusalemme e luogo di nascita di Gesù di Nazaret

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Bethlehem in French
Bethléhem, ville biblique (en Judée) située près de Jérusalem, lieu où est né Jésus; ville localisée près de Jérusalem

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Bethlehem in German
Bethlehem, Stadt in der Nähe Jerusalems, Geburtsort Jesus Christus

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Bethlehem in Japanese
ベツレヘム, エルサレムの近くの町, イエスの生誕地

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Bethlehem in Hebrew
בית לחם, עיר ערבית מדרום לירושלים; עיר מקראית (ידועה גם בשם אפרת) בה נמצא מקום קבורתה של רחל אמנו ובה נולד ונמשח למלך דוד בן ישי והתרחשה מגילת רות; מקום מקודש לנצרות בה נמצאת כנסיית המולד שהיא על פי המסורת מקום הולדתו של ישו ומשמשת כמרכז עלייה לרגל

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Bethlehem in Korean
베들레헴, 예루살렘 근처의 도시, 예수가 탄생한 곳

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Bethlehem in Swedish
Betlehem (Jesus födelseort)

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Bethlehem in English
bethlehem
\beth"le*hem\ (&?;), n. [heb. bēth-lekhem house of food; bēth house + lekhem food, lākham to eat. formerly the name of a hospital for the insane, in london, which had been the priory of st. mary of bethlehem. cf. bedlam.]
1. a hospital for lunatics; -- corrupted into bedlam.
2. (arch.) in the ethiopic church, a small building attached to a church edifice, in which the bread for the eucharist is made. --audsley. [

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(house of bread).
→ One of the oldest towns in Palestine, already in existence at the time of Jacob's return to the country. Its earliest name was Ephratah, Or Ephrath or EPHRATAH. See (Genesis 35:16,19; 48:7) After the conquest Bethlehem appears under its own name, BETHLEHEM-JUDAH. (Judges 17:7; 1 Samuel 17:12; Ruth 1:1,2) The book of Ruth is a page from the domestic history of Bethlehem. It was the home of Ruth, (Ruth 1:19) and of David. (1 Samuel 17:12) It was fortified by Rehoboam. (2 Chronicles 11:6) It was here that our Lord was born, (Matthew 2:1) and here that he was visited by the shepherds, (Luke 2:15-17) and the Magi. Matt 2. The modern town of Beit-lahm lies to the east of the main road from Jerusalem to Hebron, six miles from the former. It covers the east and northeast parts of the ridge of a long gray hill of Jura limestone, which stands nearly due east and west, and is about a mile in length. The hill has a deep valley on the north and another on the south. On the top lies the village in a kind of irregular triangle. The population is about 3000 souls, entirely Christians. The Church of the Nativity, built by the empress Helena A.D. 330, is the oldest Christian church in existence. It is built over the grotto where Christ is supposed to have been born.
→ A town in the portion of Zebulun, named nowhere but in (Joshua 19:15) Now known as Beit-lahm .
  

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Bethlehem ( , Modern: , lit. "House of Bread"; ; or , lit. "House of Meat) is a Palestinian city located in the central West Bank, neighboring south Jerusalem, with a population of about 25,000 people. It is the capital of the Bethlehem Governorate of the Palestinian Authority. The economy is primarily tourist-driven.

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State: NEW HAMPSHIRE
City: BETHLEHEM State: CONNECTICUT
City: BETHLEHEM State: PENNSYLVANIA
City: BETHLEHEM State: PENNSYLVANIA
City: BETHLEHEM State: GEORGIA
City: BETHLEHEM State: KENTUCKY
City: BETHLEHEM State: SOUTH DAKOTA
City: BETHLEHEM

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Noun
1. a town in eastern Pennsylvania on the Lehigh River northwest of Philadelphia; an important center for steel production
(hypernym) town
(part-holonym) Pennsylvania, Keystone State, PA
2. a small town near Jerusalem on the west bank of the Jordan River; early home of David and regarded as the place where Jesus was born
(synonym) Bayt Lahm, Bethlehem Ephrathah, Bethlehem-Judah
(hypernym) town
(part-holonym) Israel, State of Israel, Yisrael, Zion, Sion


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An Bheithil

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Palestinian Territories     -2

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. The Star of Bethlehem, has significance in the Christrian religion as auguring the birth of Jesus its founder. The 'star' may have been a supernova explosion, with a characteristic half life of about 60 days , as reported by Chinese astronomers. Or it could have been the conjunction , over several months, of the planets Saturn and Jupiter, see Figure.


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BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP
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Manufactures and sells a wide variety of steel mill products, such as sheet and tin mill products, plates, bars, rods and other related products; And produces and sells coke and iron ore. BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP
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Manufactures and sells a wide variety of steel mill products, such as sheet and tin mill products, plates, bars, rods and other related products; And produces and sells coke and iron ore. BETHLEHEM STEEL CORP
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Manufactures and sells a wide variety of steel mill products, such as sheet and tin mill products, plates, bars, rods and other related products; And produces and sells coke and iron ore.

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County:  Carmarthenshire
Post Code: SA19

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(n.)
In the Ethiopic church, a small building attached to a church edifice, in which the bread for the eucharist is made.
   (n.)
A hospital for lunatics; -- corrupted into bedlam.
  

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FABM South Africa

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house of bread. (1.) A city in the "hill country" of Judah. It was originally called Ephrath (Gen. 35:16, 19; 48:7; Ruth 4:11). It was also called Beth-lehem Ephratah (Micah 5:2), Beth-lehem-judah (1 Sam. 17:12), and "the city of David" (Luke 2:4). It is first noticed in Scripture as the place where Rachel died and was buried "by the wayside," directly to the north of the city (Gen. 48:7). The valley to the east was the scene of the story of Ruth the Moabitess. There are the fields in which she gleaned, and the path by which she and Naomi returned to the town. Here was David's birth-place, and here also, in after years, he was anointed as king by Samuel (1 Sam. 16:4-13); and it was from the well of Bethlehem that three of his heroes brought water for him at the risk of their lives when he was in the cave of Adullam (2 Sam. 23:13-17). But it was distinguished above every other city as the birth-place of "Him whose goings forth have been of old" (Matt. 2:6; comp. Micah 5:2). Afterwards Herod, "when he saw that he was mocked of the wise men," sent and slew "all the children that were in Bethlehem, and in all the coasts thereof, from two years old and under" (Matt. 2:16, 18; Jer. 31:15). Bethlehem bears the modern name of Beit-Lahm, i.e., "house of flesh." It is about 5 miles south of Jerusalem, standing at an elevation of about 2,550 feet above the sea, thus 100 feet higher than Jerusalem. There is a church still existing, built by Constantine the Great (A.D. 330), called the "Church of the Nativity," over a grotto or cave called the "holy crypt," and said to be the "stable" in which Jesus was born. This is perhaps the oldest existing Christian church in the world. Close to it is another grotto, where Jerome the Latin father is said to have spent thirty years of his life in translating the Scriptures into Latin. (See VERSION.) (2.) A city of Zebulun, mentioned only in Josh. 19:15. Now Beit-Lahm, a ruined village about 6 miles west-north-west of Nazareth. Beth-peor house of Peor; i.e., "temple of Baal-peor", a place in Moab, on the east of Jordan, opposite Jericho. It was in the tribe of Reuben (Josh. 13:20; Deut. 3:29; 4:46). In the "ravine" or valley over against Beth-peor Moses was probably buried (Deut. 34:6). Beth-phage house of the unripe fig, a village on the Mount of Olives, on the road from Jerusalem to Jericho (Matt. 21:1; Mark 11:1; Luke 19:29), and very close to Bethany. It was the limit of a Sabbath-day's journey from Jerusalem, i.e., 2,000 cubits. It has been identified with the modern Kefr-et-Tur.

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Bethlehem in Esperanto
Betlehxemo

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Bethlehem in Afrikaans
Betlehem

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Bethlehem in Arabic
بَيْتَ لَحْمَِ

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Bethlehem in Spanish
Belén

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(bot) estrella de Belén, leche de gallina, leche de pájaro, matacandiles

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= Belén.
Ex: Bethlehem plays a significant part in the Old Testament, in the history of the Israelites, both before they entered Egypt and slavery, and after the Exodus.


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Bethlehem in Russian
(n) Вифлеем

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Bethlehem in Papiamento
Bètlehèm

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Bethlehem in Dutch
Bethlehem

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Bethlehem in Thai
ตำบลเบธลิเอ็ม

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Bethlehem in Vietnamese
Bê-lem

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Bethlehem in Catalan
s GEOGR Betlem

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Bethlehem in Polish
Betlejem nt

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Betlejem

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Betlejem

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Bethlehem in French
Bethlehem ['beIlNhem, -lNBm] n Bible Bethléem m.

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Bethléem

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Bethlehem in Persian
بيت لحم
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بازگشت به واژه bethlehem


star of bethlehem 



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بيت‌ لحم‌ ستاره‌ بيت‌اللحم‌ ، ) مج.( عيسي‌

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ôںَ –‏“star of b.=ü¨‏ن (.›ُ ) ٹ ôںََگ–‏“ ù¤‘—¨ ü¨‏ن (.›ُ ) ٹ ôںََگ–‏“ ù¤‘—¨

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