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Judas, in the Bible. 1 See Jude, Saint. 2 Judas Maccabeus: see Maccabees. 3 See Judas Iscariot. 4 See Judah1 (of which Judas is the Greek form). 5 In the Acts of the Apostles, owner of a house in Damascus where St. Paul went after his conversion. 6 See Judas Barsabas. 7 In the Gospels, "brother" of Jesus.

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judas. Small aperture, peep-hole, or lattice in a door or shutter through which a person may look without being observed from the other side.

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ju·das / ˈjoōdəs/ (also judas hole) • n. a peephole in a door.

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