Sodom

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From Ancient Greek Σόδομα (Sódoma), from the Biblical Hebrew סדם (Sedom).

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  • (UK) Lua error in Module:IPA/tracking at line 58: attempt to index global 'tracking' (a nil value)
  • (US) enPR: sädʹəm, Lua error in Module:IPA/tracking at line 58: attempt to index global 'tracking' (a nil value)

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Sodom

  1. (biblical, quranic) A city in the Middle East which, according to the Bible and the Qur'an, was destroyed by the Hebrew God (along with Gomorrah) for the sins of its inhabitants.

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