Deborah

Deborah (Debo`rah) , a Hebrew prophetess; reckoned one of the judges of Israel by her enthusiasm to free her people from the yoke of the Canaanites; celebrated for her song of exultation over their defeat, instinct at once with pious devotion and with revengeful feeling; Coleridge calls her “this Hebrew Boadicea.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Debenture * Debreczen
D'Azara
Dead Sea
Deák, Francis
Deal
Dean, Forest of
Dean of Guild
Dean of St. Patrick's
Deans, Davie, Effie, and Jeanie
Débats, Journal des
Debenture
Debo`rah
Debreczen
Decameron
Decamps, Alexandra Gabriel
De Candolle, Augustin Pyrame
Deca`tur, Stephen
Deccan
December
Dec`emvirs
Decius
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