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'''Etymology'''
 
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This name for a Lehite city is to be compared with the biblical geographic designation '''JUDEA''' ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/ezra/5/8#8 Ezra 5:8]). Both J<small>UDEA</small> and [[JUDAH|J<small>UDAH</small>]] appear in the Book of Mormon, where [[JUDAH|J<small>UDAH</small>]] represents the land in the Old World and J<small>UDEA</small> a city in the New.
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This name for a Lehite city is to be compared with the biblical geographic designation '''JUDEA''' ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/ezra/5/8#8 Ezra 5:8]). Both '''J<small>UDEA</small>''' and [[JUDAH|J<small>UDAH</small>]] appear in the Book of Mormon, where [[JUDAH|J<small>UDAH</small>]] represents the land in the Old World and '''J<small>UDEA</small>''' a city in the New.
  
 
See also [[Judea / Judeah Variant]]
 
See also [[Judea / Judeah Variant]]

Revision as of 21:02, 26 June 2013

Lehite GN 1. City, ca. ___BC (Alma 56:9, 15, 18, 57; 57:11)

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Etymology

This name for a Lehite city is to be compared with the biblical geographic designation JUDEA (Ezra 5:8). Both JUDEA and JUDAH appear in the Book of Mormon, where JUDAH represents the land in the Old World and JUDEA a city in the New.

See also Judea / Judeah Variant

Variants

Judeah

Deseret Alphabet: 𐐖𐐆𐐅𐐔𐐀𐐂 (dΚ’Ιͺuːdiːɑː)

Notes