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Pharaoh (n.)

title of the kings of ancient Egypt, often treated as a personal name, Old English Pharon, from Latin Pharaonem, from Greek Pharaō, from Hebrew Par'oh, from Egyptian Pero', literally "great house." Related: Pharaonic.

updated on May 12, 2020

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Definitions of Pharaoh from WordNet

Pharaoh (n.)
the title of the ancient Egyptian kings;
Synonyms: Pharaoh of Egypt
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