noun, (in Hebrew theology)
the abode of the dead or of departed spirits.
(lowercase) hell.
noun (Old Testament)
the abode of the dead
(often not capital) hell

(Heb., “the all-demanding world” = Gr. Hades, “the unknown region”), the invisible world of departed souls. (See HELL.)


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