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Ashtoreth

Ashtoreth or Astarte. Pagan Goddess. Frequently designated in the Bible as the feminine version of Baʿalim and generally used to mean pagan worship.

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Ashtoreth

Ashtoreth (ăsh´tōrĕth), Hebrew form of Astarte.

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