bethel

[n] - a house of worship (especially one for sailors)
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Bethel

Beth'el noun [ Hebrew b...th-el house of God.] 1. A place of worship; a hallowed spot. S. F. Adams. 2. A chapel for dissenters. [ Eng.] 3. A house of worship for seamen.
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bethel

noun a house of worship (especially one for sailors)
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Bethel

• (n.) A chapel for dissenters. • (n.) A house of worship for seamen. • (n.) A place of worship; a hallowed spot.
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Bethel

ancient city of Palestine, located just north of Jerusalem. Originally called Luz and in modern times Baytin, Bethel was important in Old Testament ... [2 related articles]
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Bethel

Bethel (beth'ul) [Heb.,=house of God]. 1. Ancient city of central Palestine, the modern Baytin, the West Bank, N of Jerusalem. According to the Bible, where it is frequently mentioned, it was originally called Luz (see Luz 1). The Book of Genesis relates that Abraham built his first altar in Can...
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Bethel

[Metro-North station] ==History== The current station on Durant Avenue was built in 1996 and supersedes the previous station on Depot Place that had been used from 1899 to 1996, which itself replaced a station that was built by the Danbury and Norwalk Railroad in 1852 and was burned down in 1898. The old station is still standing, but train...
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Bethel

[god] Bethel meaning in Hebrew and Phoenician and Aramaic `House of El` or `House of God` is seemingly the name of a god or an aspect of a god in some ancient middle-eastern texts dating to the Assyrian, Persian and Hellenistic periods. In the treaty between King Esarhaddon of Assyria and Ba‘al I king of Tyre in 677 BC, curses are called ...
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bethel

a place of worship for seamen; nonconformist chapel
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Bethel

Bethel is a Hebrew name for boys and girls. The meaning is `house of God` The name Bethel is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) Although in most countries Bethel is a name given to girls. In the United States, 1 out of 27 Bethel`s are boys. The name sounds like: Bat-El, Bedelia, Bedeelia, Pe...
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