Galuth

Galuth
Seph. /gah looht"/; Ashk., /gaw"leuhs/, n. (sometimes l.c.) Hebrew.
the forced exile of Jews, esp. from countries where they were most persecuted. Also, Galut, galut.
[galuth lit., exile]

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