Beulah

Beulah (byOO'lu) [Heb.,=married, used of a woman], in the Bible, allegorical name for Israel.
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Beulah

[given name] Beulah (ə) is a feminine given name. It is originally a Hebrew word, used in the Book of Isaiah as a prophesied attribute of the land of Israel. In the King James version the word is transliterated and also translated as `married`, see {bibleverse||Isaiah|62:4|KJV}. An alternative translation is `espoused`, see for example {bi...
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Beulah

[Blake] In William Blake`s mythology, Beulah, originally Hebrew בְּעוּלָה (bÿ`ulah, traditionally transliterated `Beulah” ə, that means: `married` or `espoused`) is `the realm of the Subconscious, the source of poetic inspiration and of dreams.` It is also, according to Blake scholar Alexander S. Gourlay, `a dreamy paradise whe...
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