Petah Tiqwa[pe tä′ tēk′vä]
Petah Tiqwa definition by Webster's New World
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city in WC Israel: pop. 153,000
Petah Tiqwa definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A city of central Israel east of Tel Aviv-Yafo. Founded in 1878, it is an industrial center in an agricultural region. Population: 183,000.