Delilah Definition

də-līlə
noun
The lover of Samson, who betrayed him to the Philistines: Judg. 16
Webster's New World
A seductive, treacherous woman; temptress.
Webster's New World
pronoun

The mistress of Samson who betrayed him to the Philistines.

Wiktionary
A beautiful, cunning and treacherous woman; a femme fatale.
Though she is something of a Delilah, she is still considered the heroine of the novel.
Wiktionary
A female given name of biblical origin.
Wiktionary
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Other Word Forms of Delilah

Noun

Singular:
Delilah
Plural:
delilahs

Origin of Delilah

  • From an obscure Hebrew word often said to mean "delightful, seductive".

    From Wiktionary

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