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Uriah

Uriah in the Bible, a Hittite officer in David's army, whom David, desiring his wife Bathsheba, caused to be killed in battle.

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Uriah

Uriah (yōōrī´ə), husband of Bath-sheba. An alternate form is Urias. For others called Uriah in the Bible, see Urijah.

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