Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(1442) gadaph [gaw-daf']

a primitive root; to hack (with words), i.e. revile:--blaspheme, reproach.

(1443) gadar [gaw-dar']

a primitive root; to wall in or around:--close up, fence up, hedge, inclose, make up (a wall), mason, repairer.

(1444) geder [gheh'-der]

from 'gadar' (gadar); a circumvallation:--wall.

(1445) Geder [gheh'-der]

: the same as 'geder' (geder); Geder, a place in Palestine:--Geder.

(1446) Gdor [ghed-ore']

or (fully) Gdowr {ghed-ore'}; from 'gadar' (gadar); inclosure; Gedor, a place in Palestine; also the name of three Israelites:--Gedor.

(1447) gader [gaw-dare']

from 'gadar' (gadar); a circumvallation; by implication, an inclosure:--fence, hedge, wall.

(1448) gderah [ghed-ay-raw']

feminine of 'gader' (gader); enclosure (especially for flocks):--(sheep-) cote (fold) hedge, wall.

(1449) Gderah [ghed-ay-raw']

the same as 'gderah' (gderah); (with the article) Gederah, a place in Palestine:--Gederah, hedges.

(1450) Gderowth [ghed-ay-rohth']

plural of 'gderah' (gderah); walls; Gederoth, a place in Palestine:--Gederoth.

(1451) Gderiy [ghed-ay-ree']

patrial from 'Geder' (Geder); a Gederite, or inhabitant of Geder:--Gederite.

(1452) Gderathiy [ghed-ay-raw-thee']

patrial from 'Gderah' (Gderah); a Gederathite, or inhabitant of Gederah:--Gederathite.

(1453) Gderothayim [ghed-ay-ro-thah'-yim]

dual of 'gderah' (gderah); double wall; Gederothajim, a place in Palestine:--Gederothaim.

(1454) geh [gay]

probably a clerical error for 'zeh' (zeh); this:--this.

(1455) gahah [gaw-haw']

a primitive root; to remove (a bandage from a wound, i.e. heal it):--cure.

(1456) gehah [gay-haw']

from 'gahah' (gahah); a cure:--medicine.

(1457) gahar [gaw-har']

a primitive root; to prostrate oneself:--cast self down, stretch self.

(1458) gav [gav]

another form for 'gev' (gev); the back:--back.

(1459) gav [gav]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'gev' (gev); the middle:--midst, same, there- (where-) in.

(1460) gev [gave]

from 'ga'ah' (ga'ah) (corresponding to 'gab' (gab)); the back; by analogy, the middle:--+ among, back, body.

(1461) guwb [goob]

a primitive root; to dig:--husbandman.

(1462) gowb [gobe]

from 'guwb' (guwb); the locust (from its grubbing as a larvae):-- grasshopper, X great.

(1463) Gowg [gohg]

of uncertain derivation; Gog, the name of an Israelite, also of some nothern nation:--Gog.

(1464) guwd [goode]

a primitive root (akin to 'gadad' (gadad)); to crowd upon, i.e. attack:--invade, overcome.

(1465) gevah [gay-vaw']

feminine of 'gev' (gev); the back, i.e. (by extensive) the person:--body.

(1466) gevah [gay-vaw']

the same as 'gevah' (gevah); exaltation; (figuratively) arrogance:--lifting up, pride.

(1467) gevah [gay-vaw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'gevah' (gevah):--pride.

(1468) guwz [gooz]

a primitive root (compare 'gazaz' (gazaz)); properly, to shear off; but used only in the (figuratively) sense of passing rapidly:--bring, cut off.

(1469) gowzal [go-zawl']

or (shortened) gozal {go-zawl'}; from 'gazal' (gazal); a nestling (as being comparatively nude of feathers):--young (pigeon).

(1470) Gowzan [go-zawn']

probably from 'guwz' (guwz); a quarry (as a place of cutting stones); Gozan, a province of Assyria:--Gozan.

(1471) gowy [go'-ee]

rarely (shortened) goy {go'-ee}; apparently from the same root as 'gevah' (gevah) (in the sense of massing); a foreign nation; hence, a Gentile; also (figuratively) a troop of animals, or a flight of locusts:--Gentile, heathen, nation, people.

(1472) gviyah [ghev-ee-yaw']

prolonged for 'gevah' (gevah); a body, whether alive or dead:--(dead) body, carcase, corpse.

(1473) gowlah [go-law']

or (shortened) golah {go-law'}; active participle feminine of 'galah' (galah); exile; concretely and collectively exiles:--(carried away), captive(-ity), removing.

(1474) Gowlan [go-lawn']

from 'gowlah' (gowlah); captive; Golan, a place east of the Jordan:--Golan.

(1475) guwmmats [goom-mawts']

of uncertain derivation; a pit:--pit.

(1476) Guwniy [goo-nee']

probably from 'ganan' (ganan); protected; Guni, the name of two Israelites:--Guni.

(1477) Guwniy [goo-nee']

patronymically from 'Guwniy' (Guwniy); a Gunite (collectively with article prefix) or descendants of Guni:--Gunites.

(1478) gava` [gaw-vah']

a primitive root; to breathe out, i.e. (by implication) expire:--die, be dead, give up the ghost, perish.

(1479) guwph [goof]

a primitive root; properly, to hollow or arch, i.e. (figuratively) close; to shut:--shut.

(1480) guwphah [goo-faw']

from 'guwph' (guwph); a corpse (as closed to sense):--body.

(1481) guwr [goor]

a primitive root; properly, to turn aside from the road (for a lodging or any other purpose), i.e. sojourn (as a guest); also to shrink, fear (as in a strange place); also to gather for hostility (as afraid):--abide, assemble, be afraid, dwell, fear, gather (together), inhabitant, remain, sojourn, stand in awe, (be) stranger, X surely.

(1482) guwr [goor]

or (shortened) gur {goor}; perhaps from 'guwr' (guwr); a cub (as still abiding in the lair), especially of the lion:--whelp, young one.

(1483) Guwr [goor]

the same as 'guwr' (guwr); Gur, a place in Palestine:--Gur.

(1484) gowr [gore]

or (feminine) gorah {go-raw'}; a variation of 'guwr' (guwr):--whelp.

(1485) Guwr-Ba`al [goor-bah'-al]

from 'guwr' (guwr) and 'Ba`al' (Ba`al); dwelling of Baal; Gur- Baal, a place in Arabia:--Gur-baal.

(1486) gowral [go-rawl']

or (shortened) goral {go-ral'}; from an unused root meaning to be rough (as stone); properly, a pebble, i.e. a lot (small stones being used for that purpose); figuratively, a portion or destiny (as if determined by lot):--lot.

(1487) guwsh [goosh]

or rather (by permutation) giysh {gheesh}; of uncertain derivation; a mass of earth:--clod.

(1488) gez [gaze]

from 'gazaz' (gazaz); a fleece (as shorn); also mown grass:--fleece, mowing, mown grass.

(1489) gizbar [ghiz-bawr']

of foreign derivation; treasurer:--treasurer.

(1490) gizbar [ghiz-bawr']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'gizbar' (gizbar):--treasurer.

(1491) gazah [gaw-zaw']

a primitive root (akin to 'guwz' (guwz)); to cut off, i.e. portion out:--take.

(1492) gazzah [gaz-zaw']

feminine from 'gazaz' (gazaz); a fleece:--fleece.

(1493) Gizowniy [ghee-zo-nee']

patrial from the unused name of a place apparently in Palestine; a Gizonite or inhabitant of Gizoh:--Gizonite.

(1494) gazaz [gaw-zaz']

a primitive root (akin to 'guwz' (guwz)); to cut off; specifically to shear a flock or shave the hair; figuratively to destroy an enemy:--cut off (down), poll, shave, ((sheep-)) shear(-er).

(1495) Gazez [gaw-zaze']

from 'gazaz' (gazaz); shearer; Gazez, the name of two Israelites:--Gazez.

(1496) gaziyth [gaw-zeeth']

from 'gazah' (gazah); something cut, i.e. dressed stone:--hewed, hewn stone, wrought.

(1497) gazal [gaw-zal']

a primitive root; to pluck off; specifically to flay, strip or rob:--catch, consume, exercise (robbery), pluck (off), rob, spoil, take away (by force, violence), tear.

(1498) gazel [gaw-zale']

from 'gazal' (gazal); robbery, or (concretely) plunder:--robbery, thing taken away by violence.

(1499) gezel [ghe'-zel]

from 'gazal' (gazal); plunder, i.e. violence:--violence, violent perverting. . gozal. See 'gowzal' (gowzal).

(1500) gzelah [ghez-ay-law']

feminine of 'gazel' (gazel) and mean the same: -that (he had robbed) (which he took violently away), spoil, violence.

(1501) gazam [gaw-zawm']

from an unused root meaning to devour; a kind of locust:--palmer-worm.

(1502) Gazzam [gaz-zawm']

from the same as 'gazam' (gazam); devourer:--Gazzam, one of the Nethinim:--Gazzam.

(1503) geza' [geh'-zah]

from an unused root meaning to cut down (trees); the trunk or stump of a tree (as felled or as planted):--stem, stock.

(1504) gazar [gaw-zar']

a primitive root; to cut down or off; (figuratively) to destroy, divide, exclude, or decide:--cut down (off), decree, divide, snatch.

(1505) gzar [ghez-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'gazar' (gazar); to quarry; determine:--cut out, soothsayer.

(1506) gezer [gheh'-zer]

from 'gazar' (gazar); something cut off; a portion:--part, piece.

(1507) Gezer [gheh'-zer]

the same as 'gezer' (gezer); Gezer, a place in Palestine:--Gazer, Gezer.

(1508) gizrah [ghiz-raw']

feminine of 'gezer' (gezer); the figure or person (as if cut out); also an inclosure (as separated):--polishing, separate place.

(1509) gzerah [ghez-ay-raw']

from 'gazar' (gazar); a desert (as separated):--not inhabited.

(1510) gzerah [ghez-ay-raw']

(Aramaic) from 'gzar' (gzar) (as 'gazar' (gazar)); a decree:--decree.

(1511) Gizriy [ghiz-ree']

(in the m patrial from 'Gezer' (Gezer); a Gezerite (collectively) or inhabitants of Gezer; but better (as in the text) by transposition Girziy {gher-zee'}; patrial of 'Griziym' (Griziym); a Grizite (collectively) or member of a native tribe in Palestine:--Gezrites.

(1512) gachown [gaw-khone']

probably from 'giyach' (giyach); the external abdomen, belly (as the source of the faetus (compare 'Giychown' (Giychown))):--belly.

(1513) gechel [geh'-khel]

or (feminine) gacheleth {gah-kheh'-leth}; from an unused root meaning to glow or kindle; an ember:--(burning) coal.

(1514) Gacham [gah'-kham]

from an unused root meaning to burn; flame; Gacham, a son of Nahor:--Gaham.

(1515) Gachar [gah'-khar]

from an unused root meaning to hide; lurker; Gachar, one of the Nethinim:--Gahar.

(1516) gay' [gah'-ee]

or (shortened) gay {gah'-ee}; probably (by transmutation) from the same root as 'gevah' (gevah) (abbreviated); a gorge (from its lofty sides; hence, narrow, but not a gully or winter-torrent):--valley.

(1517) giyd [gheed]

probably from 'guwd' (guwd); a thong (as compressing); by analogy, a tendon:--sinew.

(1518) giyach [ghee'-akh]

or (shortened) goach {go'-akh}; a primitive root; to gush forth (as water), generally to issue:--break forth, labor to bring forth, come forth, draw up, take out.

(1519) giyach [ghee'-akh]

(Aramaic) or (shortened) guwach (Aramaic) {goo'- akh}; corresponding to 'giyach' (giyach); to rush forth:--strive.

(1520) Giyach [ghee'-akh]

from 'giyach' (giyach); a fountain; Giach, a place in Palestine:--Giah.

(1521) Giychown [ghee-khone']

or (shortened) Gichown {ghee-khone'}; from 'giyach' (giyach); stream; Gichon, a river of Paradise; also a valley (or pool) near Jerusalem:--Gihon.

(1522) Geychaziy [gay-khah-zee']

or Gechaziy {gay-khah-zee'}; apparently from 'gay'' (gay') and 'chazah' (chazah); valley of a visionary; Gechazi, the servant of Elisha:--Gehazi.

(1523) giyl [gheel]

or (by permutation) guwl {gool}; a primitive root; properly, to spin round (under the influence of any violent emotion), i.e. usually rejoice, or (as cringing) fear:--be glad, joy, be joyful, rejoice.

(1524) giyl [gheel]

from 'giyl' (giyl); a revolution (of time, i.e. an age); also joy:--X exceedingly, gladness, X greatly, joy, rejoice(-ing), sort.

(1525) giylah [ghee-law']

or giylath {ghee-lath'}; feminine of 'giyl' (giyl); joy:--joy, rejoicing.

(1526) Giyloniy [ghee-lo-nee']

patrial from 'Giloh' (Giloh); a Gilonite or inhabitant of Giloh:--Gilonite.

(1527) Giynath [ghee-nath']

of uncertain derivation; Ginath, an Israelite:--Ginath.

(1528) giyr [gheer]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'gir' (gir); lime:--plaster.

(1529) Geyshan [gay-shawn']

from the same as 'guwsh' (guwsh); lumpish; Geshan, an Israelite:--Geshan.

(1530) gal [gal]

from 'galal' (galal); something rolled, i.e. a heap of stone or dung (plural ruins), by analogy, a spring of water (plural waves):--billow, heap, spring, wave.

(1531) gol [gole]

from 'galal' (galal); a cup for oil (as round):--bowl.

(1532) gallab [gal-lawb']

from an unused root meaning to shave; a barber:--barber.

(1533) Gilboa` [ghil-bo'-ah]

from 'gal' (gal) and 'ba`ah' (ba`ah); fountain of ebullition; Gilboa, a mountain of Palestine:--Gilboa.

(1534) galgal [gal-gal']

by reduplication from 'galal' (galal); a wheel; by analogy, a whirlwind; also dust (as whirled):--heaven, rolling thing, wheel.

(1535) galgal [gal-gal']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'galgal' (galgal); a wheel:--wheel.

(1536) gilgal [ghil-gawl']

a variation of 'galgal' (galgal):--wheel.

(1537) Gilgal [ghil-gawl']

the same as 'gilgal' (gilgal) (with the article as a properly, noun); Gilgal, the name of three places in Palestine:--Gilgal. See also 'Beyth hag-Gllgal' (Beyth hag-Gllgal).

(1538) gulgoleth [gul-go'-leth]

by reduplication from 'galal' (galal); a skull (as round); by implication, a head (in enumeration of persons):--head, every man, poll, skull.

(1539) geled [ghe'-led]

from an unused root probably meaning to polish; the (human) skin (as smooth):--skin.

(1540) galah [gaw-law']

a primitive root; to denude (especially in a disgraceful sense); by implication, to exile (captives being usually stripped); figuratively, to reveal:--+ advertise, appear, bewray, bring, (carry, lead, go) captive (into captivity), depart, disclose, discover, exile, be gone, open, X plainly, publish, remove, reveal, X shamelessly, shew, X surely, tell, uncover.

(1541) glah [ghel-aw']

(Aramaic) or glat (Aramaic) {ghel-aw'}; corresponding to 'galah' (galah):--bring over, carry away, reveal.

(1542) Giloh [ghee-lo']

or (fully) Giyloh {ghee-lo'}; from 'galah' (galah); open; Giloh, a place in Palestine:--Giloh.