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Juʹdas

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in the satire of Absalom and Achitophel, by Dryden and Tate, was meant for Mr. Furgueson, a Nonconformist. He was ejected in 1662 from his living of Godmersham, in Kent, and afterwards distinguished himself by his political intrigues. He joined the Duke of Monmouth, whom he afterwards betrayed.

Le point de Judas (French). The number thirteen. The Messiah and His twelve disciples made thirteen. And as Judas was the first to die, he was the thirteenth. At the death of the Saviour, the number being reduced to eleven, a twelfth (Matthias) was elected by lot to fill the place of the traitor.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Jove
Jovial
Joy
Joyeuse
Joyeuse Garde
Juan Fernandez
Jubal [a trumpet]
Jubilee (Jewish)
Judaise
Judaism
Judas
Judas Kiss (A)
Judas Slits or Judas Holes
Judas Tree
Judas-coloured Hair
Jude (St.)
Judée
Judge’s Black Cap
Judges Robes
Judica (Latin)
Judicium Crucis

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Judas