Jude

[n] - (New Testament) supposed brother of St James
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Jude

Jude is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Praised, Admired` Where is it used? The name Jude is mainly used In English and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Judah ( In the bible and In English) Judas ( In the bible) For the opposite sex use: In English, Jewish, French and In the bible: Judith (F) In English: Jodie (F) In...
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Jude

[singer] Jude (born Michael Jude Christodal, October 16, 1969, Boston, Massachusetts), is an American singer and songwriter. His music ranges from acoustic to pop, featuring poetic lyrics, Beatles-esque melodies, and memorable vocals.{Citation needed|date=June 2010} ==History== Jude`s debut album, 430 N. Harper Ave was released independentl...
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Jude

Jude, epistle of the New Testament, the next to last book of the Bible. The Jude who wrote it has been identified since ancient times with St. Jude the apostle, but most modern scholars deny the identity and date the letter as late as A.D. 100. It is called a Catholic (or General) Epistle, but it is...
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Jude

Jude is a drama starring Christopher Eccleston, Kate Winslet, Liam Cunningham, Rachel Griffiths, June Whitfield, Ross Colvin Turnbull, James Daley and Berwick Kaler in a story based upon the novel by Thomas Hardy about a rural stonemason living in 19th century England dreaming of attending university but threatening his ambitions by his affair and ...
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Jude

[title] A. E. Verrill`s reconstruction of `Architeuthis Harveyi`, the Logy Bay giant squid ...
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Jude

[brother of Jesus] Jude (alternatively Judas or Judah) was one of the four brothers of Jesus ({nkjv|Mark|6:3|Mark 6:3} and {nkjv|Matthew|13:55|Matthew 13:55}) according to the New Testament. He is traditionally identified as the author of the Epistle of Jude, a short epistle which is reckoned among the seven general epistles of the New Test...
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