former name of .
- East gate
(Jer. 19:2), properly the Potter’s gate, the gate which led to the potter’s field, in the valley of Hinnom.
noun 1. a branch of the Germanic languages no longer extant, comprising Gothic and probably others of which there are no written records. Abbreviation: EGmc. noun 1. a subbranch of the Germanic languages: now extinct. The only member of which records survive is Gothic
noun 1. a former country in central Europe: created in 1949 from the Soviet zone of occupied Germany established in 1945: reunited with West Germany in 1990. 41,827 sq. mi. (108,333 sq. km). Capital: East Berlin. noun 1. a former republic in N central Europe: established in 1949 and declared a sovereign state by the […]
noun 1. an Ostrogoth.