from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The symbol for the element germanium.
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- n. Symbol for germanium.
- proper n. Alternative form of Gaea.
- proper n. A group of aboriginal languages of Brazil.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The chemical symbol for germanium, a metalloid element of atomic number 32. See germanium.
- n. goddess of the earth and mother of Cronus and the Titans in ancient mythology. See Gaea.
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Grenade discovered close to where Bush spoke in Ge ...
But, as the name occurs previously in Ge 2: 7-9, &c., what must be meant is, not until the time of delivering Israel by Moses was
The relation of subjection to her spouse at once accords with the law of marriage, as given in Ge 3: 16; 18: 12; Eph 5: 22;
The Hebrew is "Creators," plural, implying the plurality of persons, as in Ge 1: 26; so Hebrew, "Makers"
Compare as to the dwelling of the sons of Shem in Ge 10: 30, a mount of the
Ophir, in Ge 10: 29, is mentioned among Arabian countries.
Christ's relation to His people is often represented by the figure of a shepherd (Joh 10: 14; Heb 13: 20; 1Pe 2: 25; 5: 4), and therefore the opinion that He is the Lord here so described, and in Ge 48: 15; Ps
Uz, in Ge 22: 21, is said to be the son of Nahor, brother of Abraham -- a different person from the one mentioned (Ge 10: 23), a grandson of Shem.
Caravans are first mentioned in Ge 37: 25; men needed to travel thus in companies across the desert, for defense against the roving robbers and for mutual accommodation.
Alford thinks the narrative in Ge 6: 2 is alluded to, not the fall of the devil and his angels, as he thinks