|ancient ruined fortress in Israel, on a mountaintop 48.3 km/30 mi southeast of Jerusalem, southwest of the Dead Sea||Masada|
|(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|
|(Ancient Rome) portraits of ancestors made of wax||imagines|
|(Biblical) man who Jesus raised from the dead; sick beggar named in a New Testament parable||Lazarus|
|(Biblical) third Old Testament patriarch, son of Isaac, father of the 12 tribes of Israel (also called Israel); male first name, Hebrew patriarch||Jacob|
|(c.495 BC - c.429 BC) ancient Athenian statesman and general||Pericles|
|(c480-c406 BC) ancient Greek playwright||Euripides|
|(Chemistry) illinium (former name of the metallic element promethium); extension for an Internet address of a person or site located in Israel (Computers)||Il|
|(commonly used in its plural form: graffiti) drawing or writing which has been written or painted on a wall or other surface (usually in a public area), ancient inscription, written mark on wall||graffito|
|(Commonwealth of The Bahamas) group of islands in the Atlantic ocean southeast of North America||Bahamas|
|(died c.355 BC) Persian ruler of the ancient Asian region of Caria (after his death, his wife built him a huge tomb, named the Mausoleum)||Mausolus|
|(Greek Mythology) one who killed the minotaur, husband of Phaedra, legendary hero of ancient Greece||Theseus|
|(in ancient Greece) political assembly; marketplace or public square used for public assemblies, coin worth an agora, Israeli currency unit||agora|
|(in ancient Rome) unroofed area over a courtyard designed to allow water to fall into the cistern (Architecture)||compluvium|
|(Informal) resident of Oklahoma (USA); worker from Oklahoma (USA); native of Okinawa (island southwest of Japan) (derogatory)||Okie|
|(Latin) ancient Roman game of chance based on the use of dice; (Classical Mythology) nickname of Athena that refers to a holy place built in her honor by Aleus; old city located on the Eastern border of Arcadia||alea|
|(Latin) arched tile (used in ancient Rome)||imbrex|
|(Medicine) obstruction, blockage; infarct, area of dying or dead tissue, infarct formation||infarction|
|(Mythology) ancient Greek goddess of victory; type of antiaircraft missile; American sporting goods company||Nike|
|(New Testament) field near Jerusalem that was purchased with the money Judas Iscariot received for betraying Jesus; place that has very negative conotations||Aceldama|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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