Caiaphas[kā′ə fəs, kī′-]
Caiaphas definition by Webster's New World
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Bible the high priest who presided at the trial that led to the condemnation of Jesus: Matt. 26:57-66
Origin: Classical Greek Kaiaphas
Caiaphas definition by American Heritage Dictionary
, Joseph fl. first century A.D.
In the New Testament, the Jewish high priest who presided over the counsel that condemned Jesus.