Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(1543) — (1643)

(1543) gullah [gool-law']

feminine from 'galal' (galal); a fountain, bowl or globe (all as round):--bowl, pommel, spring.

(1544) gilluwl [ghil-lool']

or (shortened) gillul {ghil-lool'}; from 'galal' (galal); properly, a log (as round); by implication, an idol:--idol.

(1545) glowm [ghel-ome']

from 'galam' (galam); clothing (as wrapped):--clothes.

(1546) galuwth [gaw-looth']

feminine from 'galah' (galah); captivity; concretely, exiles (collectively):--(they that are carried away) captives(-ity).

(1547) galuwth [gaw-looth']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'galuwth' (galuwth):--captivity.

(1548) galach [gaw-lakh']

a primitive root; properly, to be bald, i.e. (causatively) to shave; figuratively to lay waste:--poll, shave (off).

(1549) gillayown [ghil-law-yone']

or gilyown {ghil-yone'}; from 'galah' (galah); a tablet for writing (as bare); by analogy, a mirror (as a plate):--glass, roll.

(1550) galiyl [gaw-leel']

from 'galal' (galal); a valve of a folding door (as turning); also a ring (as round):--folding, ring.

(1551) Galiyl [gaw-leel']

or (prolonged) Galiylah {gaw-lee-law'}; the same as 'galiyl' (galiyl); a circle (with the article); Galil (as a special circuit) in the North of Palestine:--Galilee.

(1552) gliylah [ghel-ee-law']

feminine of 'galiyl' (galiyl); a circuit or region:--border, coast, country.

(1553) Gliylowth [ghel-ee-lowth']

plural of 'gliylah' (gliylah); circles; Geliloth, a place in Palestine:--Geliloth.

(1554) Galliym [gal-leem']

plural of 'gal' (gal); springs; Gallim, a place in Palestine:--Gallim.

(1555) Golyath [gol-yath']

perhaps from 'galah' (galah); exile; Goljath, a Philistine:--Goliath.

(1556) galal [gaw-lal']

a primitive root; to roll (literally or figuratively):--commit, remove, roll (away, down, together), run down, seek occasion, trust, wallow.

(1557) galal [gaw-lawl']

from 'galal' (galal); dung (as in balls):--dung.

(1558) galal [gaw-lawl']

from 'galal' (galal); a circumstance (as rolled around); only used adverbially, on account of:--because of, for (sake).

(1559) Galal [gaw-lawl']

from 'galal' (galal), in the sense of 'glal' (glal); great; Galal, the name of two Israelites:--Galal.

(1560) glal [ghel-awl']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'galal' (galal); weight or size (as if rolled):--great.

(1561) gelel [gay'-lel]

a variation of 'galal' (galal); dung (plural balls of dung):--dung.

(1562) Gilalay [ghe-lal-ah'-ee]

from 'gelel' (gelel); dungy; Gilalai, an Israelite:--Gilalai.

(1563) galam [gaw-lam']

a primitive root; to fold:--wrap together.

(1564) golem [go'-lem]

from 'galam' (galam); a wrapped (and unformed mass, i.e. as the embryo):--substance yet being unperfect.

(1565) galmuwd [gal-mood']

probably by prolonged from 'galam' (galam); sterile (as wrapped up too hard); figuratively, desolate:--desolate, solitary.

(1566) gala` [gaw-lah']

a primitive root; to be obstinate:--(inter-)meddle (with).

(1567) Gal`ed [gal-ade']

from 'gal' (gal) and '`ed' (`ed); heap of testimony; Galed, a memorial cairn East of the Jordan:--Galeed.

(1568) Gil`ad [ghil-awd']

probably from 'Gal`ed' (Gal`ed); Gilad, a region East of the Jordan; also the name of three Israelites:--Gilead, Gileadite.

(1569) Gil`adiy [ghil-aw-dee']

patronymically from 'Gil`ad' (Gil`ad); a Giladite or descendant of Gilad:--Gileadite.

(1570) galash [gaw-lash']

a primitive root; probably to caper (as a goat):--appear.

(1571) gam [gam]

by contraction from an unused root meaning to gather; properly, assemblage; used only adverbially also, even, yea, though; often repeated as correl. both...and:--again, alike, also, (so much) as (soon), both (so)...and , but, either...or, even, for all, (in) likewise (manner), moreover, nay...neither, one, then(-refore), though, what, with, yea.

(1572) gama' [gaw-maw']

a primitive root (literally or figuratively) to absorb:--swallow, drink.

(1573) gome' [go'-meh]

from 'gama'' (gama'); properly, an absorbent, i.e. the bulrush (from its porosity); specifically the papyrus:--(bul-)rush.

(1574) gomed [go'-med]

from an unused root apparently meaning to grasp; properly, a span:--cubit.

(1575) gammad [gam-mawd']

from the same as 'gomed' (gomed); a warrior (as grasping weapons):--Gammadims.

(1576) gmuwl [ghem-ool']

from 'gamal' (gamal); treatment, i.e. an act (of good or ill); by implication, service or requital:--+ as hast served, benefit, desert, deserving, that which he hath given, recompense, reward.

(1577) gamuwl [gaw-mool']

passive participle of 'gamal' (gamal); rewarded; Gamul, an Israelite:--Gamul. See also 'Beyth Gamuwl' (Beyth Gamuwl).

(1578) gmuwlah [ghem-oo-law']

feminine of 'gmuwl' (gmuwl); meaning the same:--deed, recompense, such a reward.

(1579) Gimzow [ghim-zo']

of uncertain derivation; Gimzo, a place in Palestine:--Gimzo.

(1580) gamal [gaw-mal']

a primitive root; to treat a person (well or ill), i.e. benefit or requite; by implication (of toil), to ripen, i.e. (specifically) to wean:--bestow on, deal bountifully, do (good), recompense, requite, reward, ripen, + serve, mean, yield.

(1581) gamal [gaw-mawl']

apparently from 'gamal' (gamal) (in the sense of labor or burden-bearing); a camel:--camel.

(1582) Gmalliy [ghem-al-lee']

probably from 'gamal' (gamal); camel-driver; Gemalli, an Israelite:--Gemalli.

(1583) Gamliy'el [gam-lee-ale']

from 'gamal' (gamal) and ''el' ('el); reward of God; Gamliel, an Israelite:--Gamaliel.

(1584) gamar [gaw-mar']

a primitive root; to end (in the sense of completion or failure):--cease, come to an end, fail, perfect, perform.

(1585) gmar [ghem-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'gamar' (gamar):--perfect.

(1586) Gomer [go'-mer]

from 'gamar' (gamar); completion; Gomer, the name of a son of Japheth and of his descendants; also of a Hebrewess:--Gomer.

(1587) Gmaryah [ghem-ar-yaw']

or Gmaryahuw {ghem-ar-yaw'-hoo}; from 'gamar' (gamar) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has perfected; Gemarjah, the name of two Israelites:--Gemariah.

(1588) gan [gan]

from 'ganan' (ganan); a garden (as fenced):--garden.

(1589) ganab [gaw-nab']

a primitive root; to thieve (literally or figuratively); by implication, to deceive:--carry away, X indeed, secretly bring, steal (away), get by stealth.

(1590) gannab [gaw-nab']

from 'ganab' (ganab); a stealer:--thief.

(1591) gnebah [ghen-ay-baw']

from 'ganab' (ganab); stealing, i.e. (concretely) something stolen:--theft.

(1592) Gnubath [ghen-oo-bath']

from 'ganab' (ganab); theft; Genubath, an Edomitish prince:--Genubath.

(1593) gannah [gan-naw']

feminine of 'gan' (gan); a garden:--garden.

(1594) ginnah [ghin-naw']

another form for 'gannah' (gannah):--garden.

(1595) genez [gheh'-nez]

from an unused root meaning to store; treasure; by implication, a coffer:--chest, treasury.

(1596) gnaz [ghen-az']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'genez' (genez); treasure:--treasure.

(1597) ginzak [ghin-zak']

prolonged from 'genez' (genez); a treasury:--treasury.

(1598) ganan [gaw-nan']

a primitive root; to hedge about, i.e. (generally) protect:--defend.

(1599) Ginnthown [ghin-neth-one]

or Ginnthow {ghin-neth-o'}; from 'ganan' (ganan); gardener; Ginnethon or Ginnetho, an Israelite:--Ginnetho, Ginnethon.

(1600) ga`ah [gaw-aw']

a primitive root; to bellow (as cattle):--low.

(1601) Go`ah [go-aw']

feminine active participle of 'ga`ah' (ga`ah); lowing; Goah, a place near Jerusalem:--Goath.

(1602) ga`al [gaw-al']

a primitive root; to detest; by implication, to reject:--abhor, fail, lothe, vilely cast away.

(1603) Ga`al [gah'-al]

from 'ga`al' (ga`al); loathing; Gaal, an Israelite:--Gaal.

(1604) go`al [go'-al]

from 'ga`al' (ga`al); abhorrence:--loathing.

(1605) ga`ar [gaw-ar']

a primitive root; to chide:--corrupt, rebuke, reprove.

(1606) g`arah [gheh-aw-raw']

from 'ga`ar' (ga`ar); a chiding:--rebuke(-ing), reproof.

(1607) ga`ash [gaw-ash']

a primitive root to agitate violently:--move, shake, toss, trouble.

(1608) Ga`ash [ga'-ash]

from 'ga`ash' (ga`ash); a quaking; Gaash, a hill in Palestine:--Gaash.

(1609) Ga`tam [gah-tawm']

of uncertain derivation; Gatam, an Edomite:--Gatam.

(1610) gaph [gaf]

from an unused root meaning to arch; the back; by extensive the body or self:--+ highest places, himself.

(1611) gaph [gaf]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'gaph' (gaph); a wing:--wing.

(1612) gephen [gheh'-fen]

from an unused root meaning to bend; a vine (as twining), especially the grape:--vine, tree.

(1613) gopher [go'-fer]

from an unused root, probably meaning to house in; a kind of tree or wood (as used for building), apparently the cypress:-- gopher.

(1614) gophriyth [gof-reeth']

probably feminine of 'gopher' (gopher); properly, cypress- resin; by analogy, sulphur (as equally inflammable):--brimstone.

(1615) gir [gheer]

perhaps from 'kuwr' (kuwr); lime (from being burned in a kiln):--chalk(-stone).

(1616) ger [gare]

or (fully) geyr (gare); from 'guwr' (guwr); properly, a guest; by implication, a foreigner:--alien, sojourner, stranger.

(1617) Gera' [gay-raw']

perhaps from 'gerah' (gerah); a grain; Gera, the name of six Israelites:--Gera.

(1618) garab [gaw-rawb']

from an unused root meaning to scratch; scurf (from itching):--scab, scurvy.

(1619) Gareb [gaw-rabe']

from the same as 'garab' (garab); scabby; Gareb, the name of an Israelite, also of a hill near Jerusalem:--Gareb.

(1620) gargar [gar-gar']

by reduplication from 'garar' (garar); a berry (as if a pellet of rumination):--berry.

(1621) gargrowth [gar-gher-owth']

feminine plural from 'garar' (garar); the throat (as used in rumination):--neck.

(1622) Girgashiy [ghir-gaw-shee']

patrial from an unused name (of uncertain derivation); a Girgashite, one of the native tribes of Canaan:--Girgashite, Girgasite.

(1623) garad [gaw-rad']

a primitive root; to abrade:--scrape.

(1624) garah [gaw-raw']

a primitive root; properly, to grate, i.e. (figuratively) to anger:--contend, meddle, stir up, strive.

(1625) gerah [gay-raw']

from 'garar' (garar); the cud (as scraping the throat):--cud.

(1626) gerah [gay-raw']

from 'garar' (garar) (as in 'gerah' (gerah)); properly, (like 'gargar' (gargar)) a kernel (round as if scraped), i.e. a gerah or small weight (and coin):-- gerah.

(1627) garown [gaw-rone']

or (shortened) garon {gaw-rone'}; from 'garar' (garar); the throat (compare 'gargrowth' (gargrowth)) (as roughened by swallowing):--X aloud, mouth, neck, throat.

(1628) geruwth [gay-rooth']

from 'guwr' (guwr); a (temporary) residence:--habitation.

(1629) garaz [gaw-raz']

a primitive root; to cut off:--cut off.

(1630) Griziym [gher-ee-zeem']

plural of an unused noun from 'garaz' (garaz) (compare 'Gizriy' (Gizriy)), cut up (i.e. rocky); Gerizim, a mountain of Palestine:--Gerizim.

(1631) garzen [gar-zen']

from 'garaz' (garaz); an axe:--ax.

(1632) garol [gaw-role']

from the same as 'gowral' (gowral); harsh:--man of great (as in the margin which reads 'gadowl' (gadowl)).

(1633) garam [gaw-ram']

a primitive root; to be spare or skeleton-like; used only as a denominative from 'gerem' (gerem); (causative) to bone, i.e. denude (by extensive, craunch) the bones:--gnaw the bones, break.

(1634) gerem [gheh'-rem]

from 'garam' (garam); a bone (as the skeleton of the body); hence, self, i.e. (figuratively) very:--bone, strong, top.

(1635) gerem [gheh'-rem]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'gerem' (gerem); a bone:--bone.

(1636) Garmiy [gar-mee']

from 'gerem' (gerem); bony, i.e. strong:--Garmite.

(1637) goren [go'-ren]

from an unused root meaning to smooth; a threshing- floor (as made even); by analogy, any open area:--(barn, corn, threshing- )floor, (threshing-, void) place.

(1638) garac [gaw-ras']

a primitive root; to crush; also (intransitively and figuratively) to dissolve:--break.

(1639) gara` [gaw-rah']

a primitive root; to scrape off; by implication, to shave, remove, lessen, withhold:--abate, clip, (di-)minish, do (take) away, keep back, restrain, make small, withdraw.

(1640) garaph [gaw-raf']

a primitive root; to bear off violently:--sweep away.

(1641) garar [gaw-rar']

a primitive root; to drag off roughly; by implication, to bring up the cud (i.e. ruminate); by analogy, to saw:--catch, chew, X continuing, destroy, saw.

(1642) Grar [gher-awr']

probably from 'garar' (garar); a rolling country; Gerar, a Philistine city:--Gerar.

(1643) geres [gheh'-res]

from an unused root meaning to husk; a kernel (collectively), i.e. grain:--beaten corn.