The city of Nazareth.
Nazareth definition by Webster's New World
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town in Galilee, N Israel, where Jesus lived as a child: pop. 52,000
Origin: Classical Hebrew (language) natzērath
Nazareth definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A town of northern Israel southeast of Haifa. Settled in prehistoric times, it is first mentioned in the New Testament as the boyhood home of Jesus. The modern town is a trade center and pilgrimage site. Population: 64,600.