Gab Baitha, i.e., “the ridge of the house” = “the temple-mound,” on a part of which the fortress of Antonia was built. This “temple-mound” was covered with a tesselated “pavement” (Gr. lithostroton, i.e., “stone-paved”). A judgement-seat (bema) was placed on this “pavement” outside the hall of the “praetorium” (q.v.), the judgment-hall (John 18:28; 19:13).
[gab] /gæb/ Informal. verb (used without object), gabbed, gabbing. 1. to talk or chat idly; chatter. noun 2. idle talk; chatter. /ɡæb/ verb gabs, gabbing, gabbed 1. (intransitive) to talk excessively or idly, esp about trivial matters; gossip; chatter noun 2. idle or trivial talk 3. gift of the gab, ability to speak effortlessly, glibly, […]
[gab-uh l] /ˈgæb əl/ verb (used without object), gabbled, gabbling. 1. to speak or converse rapidly and unintelligibly; jabber. 2. (of hens, geese, etc.) to cackle. verb (used with object), gabbled, gabbling. 3. to utter rapidly and unintelligibly. noun 4. rapid, unintelligible talk. 5. any quick succession of meaningless sounds. /ˈɡæbəl/ verb 1. to utter […]
[gab-roh] /ˈgæb roʊ/ noun, plural gabbros. Petrology. 1. a dark granular igneous rock composed essentially of labradorite and augite. /ˈɡæbrəʊ/ noun (pl) -bros 1. a dark coarse-grained basic plutonic igneous rock consisting of plagioclase feldspar, pyroxene, and often olivine n. type of igneous rock, 1837, from Italian (Tuscan) gabbro, from Latin glaber “bare, smooth, bald” […]
[gab-ee] /ˈgæb i/ adjective, gabbier, gabbiest. 1. talkative; garrulous. [gab-ee] /ˈgæb i/ noun 1. a male given name, form of . 2. a female given name, form of . /ˈɡæbɪ/ adjective -bier, -biest 1. (informal) inclined to chatter; talkative adj. “garrulous, talkative,” 1710, originally Scottish, from gab (n.) + -y (2). Related: Gabbiness. verb Talk, […]