Definition of rehoboam in English:

rehoboam

noun

  • A wine bottle of about six times the standard size.

Origin

Late 19th century: from the name Rehoboam.

Pronunciation:

rehoboam

/ˌrē(h)əˈbōəm/

Definition of Rehoboam in English:

Rehoboam

proper noun

  • Son of Solomon; king of ancient Israel c.930–c.915 BC. His reign witnessed the secession of the northern tribes and their establishment of a new kingdom under Jeroboam, leaving Rehoboam as the first king of Judah (1 Kings 11–14)

Pronunciation:

Rehoboam

/ˌrē(h)əˈbōəm/