Sheol



noun, (in Hebrew theology)
1.
the abode of the dead or of departed spirits.
2.
(lowercase) hell.
noun (Old Testament)
1.
the abode of the dead
2.
(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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