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Luz

(lŭz, lo͞oz), in the Bible. 1 Place in ancient Palestine, apparently to be identified with BethelBethel
[Heb.,=house of God]. 1 Ancient city of central Palestine, the modern Baytin, the West Bank, N of Jerusalem. According to the Bible, where it is frequently mentioned, it was originally called Luz (see Luz (1)).
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 (1.) 2 City of N ancient Palestine.
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