Zion

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From Hebrew ציון (tsiyón)

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Zion

  1. A mountain in Israel on which Jerusalem is built.
  2. Jerusalem.
  3. (metaphorical): The whole nation of Israel.
  4. A male given name of modern usage.
  5. A female given name

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Zion m (genitive Zions)

  1. Zion (a mountain)

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