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„Bethel“ - proper noun, singular

The term Bethel is the 19.229th most frequent word in English and appears 3.038 times in word book. 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.º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. The syllabication is Beth·el. There follow sample usages of the word in full text: "... locations between Dillingham and Bethel average around of precipitation."¹ "The Bethel School District serves children ..."² "The Bethel School District serves children ..."³ Rotated its written lehteB. Matching rhymes are Cuhel, Ahel und Sehel. The according MD5 checksum is 2bdcbe93a7bc7fbf4dbd9e83c1904155 and the SHA1 checksum is ffd50ad2340f32f072d639894531ee493ad80e63. The T9 representation 238435 accords this word.

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word name: Bethel

part of speech: proper noun, singular

other word forms: bethel

typical left word neighbours: Seamens Yahweh Kimdo Gerizim Ardsley Seamans Nicolette

typical right word neighbours: AME Nnaemeka Census Baptist Danbury Jeshanah Woods

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