alleluiatic

alleluia

[al-uh-loo-yuh]
interjection
1.
praise ye the Lord; hallelujah.
noun
2.
a song of praise to God.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English < Late Latin < Greek allēlouíā < Hebrew halălūyāh praise ye Yahweh

alleluiatic [al-uh-loo-yat-ik] , adjective
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alleluia (ˌælɪˈluːjə)
 
interj
1.  praise the Lord! Used more commonly in liturgical contexts in place of hallelujah
 
n
2.  a song of praise to God
 
[C14: via Medieval Latin from Hebrew hallelūyāh]

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alleluia
late 14c., from L. alleluja, from Gk. allelouia, from Heb. hallelu-yah "praise Jehovah" (see hallelujah).
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Alleluia definition


the Greek form (Rev. 19:1, 3, 4, 6) of the Hebrew Hallelujah = Praise ye Jehovah, which begins or ends several of the psalms (106, 111, 112, 113, etc.).

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