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Zacchaeus

Zacchaeus in the Bible (Luke 19:1–10) a tax collector who climbed a tree for a better view of Jesus. He was called down by Jesus, who visited his house.

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Zacchaeus

Zacchaeus or Zaccheus (both: zăkē´əs) [Gr.,=Heb. Zaccai], in the New Testament, publican of Jericho, short of stature, who climbed a tree to see Jesus.

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