King James Dictionary
SYNAGOGUE, n. syn'agog. Gr. together, and to drive properly an assembly.
1. A congregation or assembly of Jews, met for the purpose of worship or the performance of religious rites.
2. The house appropriated to the religious worship of the Jews.
3. The court of the seventy elders among the Jews, called the great synagogue.
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