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Alleluia vs. Hallelujah

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Alleluiainterjection

A liturgical or variant form of hallelujah.

Hallelujahinterjection

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

Alleluianoun

A liturgical form of hallelujah.

Hallelujahinterjection

A general expression of gratitude or adoration.

‘Hallelujah! It’s finally the weekend!’;

Alleluianoun

(music) A choral composition incorporating alleluia in its text.

Hallelujahnoun

A shout of “Hallelujah”.

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Alleluianoun

The plant wood sorrel.

Hallelujahnoun

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

‘the hallelujah (chorus) in Handel's "Messiah"’;

Alleluiaverb

alternative spelling of hallelujah

Hallelujahnoun

(in the plural) General praise.

Alleluianoun

An exclamation signifying Praise ye Jehovah. Hence: A song of praise to God. See Hallelujah, the commoner form.

‘I heard a great voice of much people in heaven, saying, Alleluia.’;

Hallelujahverb

(intransitive) To cry "hallelujah" in praise.

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Alleluia

Alleluia refers to a liturgical chant in which that word is combined with verses of scripture, usually from the Psalms. This chant is commonly used before the proclamation of the Gospel.

Hallelujahnoun

a shout or song of praise to God

Hallelujah

Hallelujah ( HAL-i-LOO-yə) is an interjection used as an expression of gratitude and adoration. It is a transliteration of the Hebrew phrase הַלְלוּ יָהּ‎ (Modern Hebrew hallūyāh, Tiberian haləlūyāh), which means to praise Jah (from הַלְלוּ‎, and יָהּ‎, Jah.) The word hallel in Hebrew means a joyous praise in song.

‘praise;’;

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