How to pronounce


To pronounce "Judea," start by positioning your mouth in a neutral position with your lips slightly parted. Then, follow these steps:

  • American Pronunciation: In American English, "Judea" is pronounced as /dʒuˈdiːə/. It has three syllables with the stress on the second syllable: ju-DEE-a. The initial "ju" sounds like "jew," the "dee" is emphasized and elongated, and the final "a" sounds like the "a" in "sofa."
  • British Pronunciation: In British English, "Judea" is pronounced similarly to the American pronunciation, as /dʒuˈdiːə/. The primary difference might be in the crispness of the "d" and a slightly more pronounced "r" sound at the end, depending on the regional accent within the UK.

Remember to keep your pronunciation clear and distinct, and to emphasize the "J" sound at the beginning of the word. Practice saying the word slowly and then gradually increase your speed until you feel comfortable with the pronunciation.

Definition of


Judea (noun) is a historical region located in the southern part of ancient Palestine, now part of the modern-day West Bank. It is often associated with the biblical regions of Israel and Samaria. Examples of use: "The kingdom of Judea was conquered by the Romans in 63 BCE." "Many Christians believe that Jesus was born in Bethlehem, a city in Judea."

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