Alleluia vs. Hallelujah

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Main Difference

The main difference between Alleluia and Hallelujah is that the Alleluia is a word used in Christian liturgies meaning "Praise ye Yah" and Hallelujah is a religious song.

  • Alleluia (interjection)

    A liturgical or variant form of hallelujah.

  • Alleluia (noun)

    A liturgical form of hallelujah.

  • Alleluia (noun)

    A choral composition incorporating alleluia in its text.

  • Alleluia (noun)

    The plant wood sorrel.

  • Alleluia (verb)

    alternative spelling of hallelujah

  • Hallelujah (interjection)

    An exclamation used in songs of praise or thanksgiving to God.

  • Hallelujah (interjection)

    A general expression of gratitude or adoration.

    "Hallelujah! It鈥檚 finally the weekend!"

  • Hallelujah (noun)

    A shout of 鈥淗allelujah鈥.

  • Hallelujah (noun)

    A song of praise to God; a musical composition based on the word "Hallelujah".

    "the hallelujah (chorus) in Handel's "Messiah""

  • Hallelujah (noun)

    General praise.

  • Hallelujah (verb)

    To cry "hallelujah" in praise.

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