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hitchcock's bible names dictionary

Gaal, contempt; abomination
Gaash, tempest; commotion
Gabbai, the back
Gabbatha, high; elevated
Gabriel, God is my strength
Gad, a band; a troop
Gadarenes, men of Gadara, i.e., a place surrounded or walled
Gaddi, my troop; a kid
Gaddiel, goat of God; the Lord my happiness
Gaius, lord; an earthly man
Galal, a roll, a wheel
Galatia, white; the color of milk
Galeed, the heap of witness
Galilee, wheel; revolution
Gallim, who heap up; who cover
Gallio, who sucks, or lives on milk
Gamaliel, recompense of God; camel of God
Gammadims, dwarfs
Gamul, a recompense
Gareb, a scab
Garmites, men of Garmi, ie., bones, or, my cause
Gatam, their lowing; their touch
Gath, a wine-press
Gath-rimmon, the high wine-press
Gaza, strong; a goat
Gazabar, a treasurer
Gazer, a dividing; a sentence
Gazez, a passing over
Gazzam, the fleece of them
Geba, a hill; cup
Gebal, bound; limit
Geber, manly, strong
Gebim, grasshoppers; height
Gedaliah, God is my greatness
Geder, Gederah, Gederoth, a wall
Gederothaim, hedges
Gehazi, valley of sight
Geliloth, rolling, wheel, heap
Gemalli, wares; a camel
Gemariah, accomplishment or perfection of the Lord
Gennesaret, garden of the prince
Genesis, beginning
Genubath, theft; robbery
Gera, pilgrimage, combat; dispute
Gerar, same as Gera
Gergesenes, those who come from pilgrimage or fight
Gerizim, cutters, hatchets
Gershom, a stranger here
Gershon, his banishment; the change of pilgrimage
Geshur, Geshuri, sight of the valley; a walled valley
Gether, the vale of trial or searching
Gethsemane, a very fat or plentiful vale
Geuel, God's redemption
Gezer, dividing, sentence
Giah, to guide; draw out; produce; a groan or sigh
Gibbar, strong, manly
Gibbethon, a back; a high house
Gibeah, a hill
Gibeon, hill; cup; thing lifted up
Giddel, great
Gideon, he that bruises or breaks; a destroyer
Gideoni, same as Gideon
Gihon, valley of grace
Gilalai, a wheel
Gilboa, revolution of inquiry
Gilead, the heap or mass of testimony
Gilgal, wheel; rolling; heap
Giloh, he that rejoices; he that overturns
Gimzo, that bulrush
Ginath, Ginnetho, a garden
Girgashite, who arrives from pilgrimage
Gispa, coming hither
Gittah-hepher, digging; a wine-press
Gittaim, a wine-press
Gittites, men of Gath, ie., of a wine-press
Goath, his touching; his roaring
Gob, cistern; grasshopper
Gog, roof; covering
Golan, passage; revolution
Golgotha, a heap of skulls; something skull-shaped
Goliath, passage; revolution; heap
Gomer, to finish; complete
Gomorrah, rebellious people
Goshen, approaching; drawing near
Gozan, fleece; pasture; who nourisheth the body
Gudgodah, happiness
Guni, a garden; a covering
Gur, the young of a beast; a whelp
Gur-baal, the governor's whelp

This dictionary is from Hitchcock's New  and  Complete Analysis  of  the Holy Bible, published in the late 1800's.  It contains more than 2,500 Bible and Bible related proper names and their meanings.  Some  Hebrew words of uncertain meaning have been left out.


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