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1. . abbreviation 1. Maccabees (books of the Apocrypha) Maccabees
[muh k-brahyd] /məkˈbraɪd/ noun 1. Seán [shawn] /ʃɔn/ (Show IPA), 1904–88, Irish politician and diplomat, born in France: Nobel Peace Prize 1974. /məkˈbraɪd/ noun 1. Sean (ʃɔːn). 1904–88, Irish statesman; minister for external affairs (1948–51); chairman of Amnesty International (1961–75); Nobel Peace Prize 1974; UN commissioner for Namibia (1974–76)
[mak-uh-bee-uh s] /ˌmæk əˈbi əs/ noun 1. Judas or Judah [joo-duh] /ˈdʒu də/ (Show IPA), (“the Hammer”) died c. 160 b.c, Judean patriot, one of the Maccabees: military leader 166–160 (son of Mattathias).
[mak-uh-bee-uh n] /ˌmæk əˈbi ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the Maccabees or Judas Maccabaeus. /ˌmækəˈbiːən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the Maccabees or to Judas Maccabaeus, the Jewish leader of a revolt (166–161 bc) against Seleucid oppression