Bethany

Bethany, in the Bible, was the name of a village near Jerusalem—see Bethany (Biblical village)—mentioned in the New Testament as the home of the siblings Mary, Martha, and Lazarus, and, according to the Gospel of John, the site of a miracle in which Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. This village is commonly identified with the present-day We...
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Bethany

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Bethany

[biblical village] Bethany (Aramaic: בית עניא, Beth anya, `house of misery/poverty`; Βηθανία) is recorded in the New Testament as the home of the siblings Mary, Martha, and Lazarus, as well as that of Simon the Leper. Jesus is reported to have lodged there after his entry into Jerusalem, and it could be from Bethany that he pa...
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Bethany

[given name] Bethany (Βηθανία) is a feminine given name derived from the Biblical place name Bethany, the town where Lazarus lived in the New Testament. The name has been well-used in English-speaking countries. It was the 59th most popular name for girls in England and Wales in 2010, having ranked as high as 11th most popular name i...
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Bethany

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Bethany

Bethany (beth'unē) . 1. Village, at the southeastern foot of the Mount of Olives, the modern El Aziriye, 2 mi (3.2 km) E of Jerusalem. In the Gospels, it is the home of Lazarus, Martha, and Mary. An important stop for pilgrims coming to Jerusalem, it was frequently visited by Jesus. It is ...
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Bethany

Bethany is an English name for girls. The meaning is `house of figs` The name Bethany is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (6 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Bethan, Bethune, Bethuna See also: Bethia, Devany
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Bethany

Bethany, city (1990 pop. 20,075), Oklahoma co., central Okla.; inc. 1910. Its manufactures include small airplanes and tires. Bethany was settled in 1906 by members of the Nazarene church, and Southern Nazarene College is there.
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Bethany

small village and biblical site on the eastern slopes of the Mount of Olives just outside Jerusalem, situated in the West Bank. Under Jordanian ...
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