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Hallelujah means to praise God. It is considered the highest praise by some Chistians, and litterally means "Let us praise God".

Hallelujah is also sometimes considered halleluyah, because thats how its pronounced, and because God's names are "Jahova" or short form "Jah", or "Yahwah", or a short form "Yah", which composes the ending of the word.
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When someone goes to the gym and spends 90% of the time on their phones scrolling through social media
Looks like its thumb day again for Jimmy with his usual routing... 3 sets of 5 snapchat selfies and 10 sets of scrolling through facebook until exhaustion
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Used to express joy, praise and thanks.
Man 1: Hey man, I just got a raise at work!
Man 2: Hallelujah dude!
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Hallelujah

Hallelujah is the Greek mode of spelling the Hebrew words, which are translated "Praise Ye Jehovah." Notice Hallelu"jah" ends with Jah. Jah is a shortened form of Jehovah.

Most people have no idea that when they say Hallelujah they are actually saying "Praise Jehovah," the name for the Hebrew, Muslim, Christian God. Hallelujah appears in the Christian Greek scriptures and is a good example that first-century Christians used the divine name.
Hallelujah β€”β€”because our Lord God, the Almighty, has begun to reign!
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When ur actually happy for once, and your parents are being nice to you. Also, you might say that when you have a hard pp.
Man, my parents are being cool, and I don’t have much homework;Hallelujah!!
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1. Interjection used by obnoxious "Christians" to give the impressions that they really weren't asleep throughout the service.
1. As the hymn started, the preacher's wife awoke saying, "Hallelujah," just before she nodded off again.
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