|(10th century BC) King of Israel who was renowned for his wisdom, son of King David (Biblical); male first name; family name, wise person||Solomon|
|(Biblical) third Old Testament patriarch, son of Isaac, father of the 12 tribes of Israel (also called Israel); male first name, Hebrew patriarch||Jacob|
|(Chemistry) illinium (former name of the metallic element promethium); extension for an Internet address of a person or site located in Israel (Computers)||Il|
|>:Judaea, Judah, region in southwestern Asia, incorporating parts of Israel and the West Bank, southern region of ancient Palestine||Judea|
|a moon of Uranus, male first name (Hebrew); name of a town in Samaria (Israel)||Ariel|
|ancient city and state in Palestine, located north of present-day Jerusalem, east of the Mediterranean Sea, area of land between Israel and Jordan||Samaria|
|ancient kingdom in the Mediterranean Sea region (was located on the territory of modern-day Syria, Lebanon and Israel)||Phoenicia|
|ancient ruined fortress in Israel, on a mountaintop 48.3 km/30 mi southeast of Jerusalem, southwest of the Dead Sea||Masada|
|ancient seaport on the coast of Samaria, and the Roman capital of Palestine, situated approximately 35 km/22 mi south of present-day Haifa, Israel, ancient town in Israel on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea that was built by King Herod during the fir...||Caesarea|
|area in northern Israel; Sea of Galilee (lake in northern Israel)||Galilee|
|area in southwestern Asia between the Jordan River and the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea, Biblical land of Israel; land of Israel during the period of the British Mandate (before the establishment of the modern state of Israel); city in Texas ...||Palestine|
|biblical warrior, male first name; very strong or powerful man; judge of ancient Israel known for his great strength (Biblical), strong man||Samson|
|capital city of Israel, holy city to many religions||Jerusalem|
|Chaim Ariel Weizmann (1874-1952), Russian-born Israeli chemist and statesman, first president of the modern state of Israel; family name||Weizmann|
|Chaim Herzog (1918-1997), sixth president of Israel; family name||Herzog|
|Christian with traditional African beliefs, of Zionism, of the movement that promotes Jews returning to and rebuilding Israel, pertaining to Zionism, one who practices Zionism, one supporting the movement that promotes Jews returning to and rebuilding ...||Zionist|
|Christian, Galilaean, Jesus (of Christianity), Jesus Christ, of or pertaining to the Galilee (area in northern Israel); of or pertaining Galileo or his theories (Italian physicist and astronomer), relating to Galilee, relating to Galileo, resident of G...||Galilean|
|city in central Israel||Lod|
|city in Israel||T.A. (Tel Aviv)|
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