Definition of Judith in English:

Judith

proper noun

  • 1(in the Apocrypha) a rich Israelite widow who saved the town of Bethulia from Nebuchadnezzar's army by seducing the besieging general Holofernes and cutting off his head while he slept.

    1. 1.1A book of the Apocrypha recounting the story of Judith.

Pronunciation:

Judith

/ˈdʒuːdɪθ/