Beulah


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Beulah

(byo͞o`lə) [Heb.,=married, used of a woman], in the Bible, allegorical name for Israel.

Beulah

allegorical name for Israel. [O.T.: Isaiah 62:4–5]
See: Heaven

Beulah

Old Testament the land of Israel (Isaiah 62:4)
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