[gey-bree-uh l] /ˈgeɪ bri əl/
one of the archangels, appearing usually as a divine messenger. Dan. 8:16, 9:21; Luke 1:19, 26.
Islam. the angel of revelation and the intermediary between God and Muhammad.
a male given name.
(Bible) one of the archangels, the messenger of good news (Daniel 8:16–26; Luke 1:11–20, 26–38)
Jacques-Ange (ʒakɑ̃ʒ). 1698–1782, French architect: designed the Petit Trianon at Versailles
masc. proper name, also name of an Old Testament angel, from Hebrew Gabhri el, literally “man of God,” from gebher “man” + El “God.” First element is from base of verb gabhar “was strong” (cf. Arabic jabr “strong, young man;” jabbar “tyrant”).
An angel in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim systems of belief. He is usually represented in the Bible as a messenger from God, bearing God’s word to the Israelites and appearing to Mary, the mother of Jesus, at the Annunciation. Gabriel also revealed the sacred laws of the Koran to Muhammad.
A graphical DSP language for simulation and real systems.
[“A Design Tool for Hardware and Software for Multiprocessor DSP Systems,” E.A. Lee, E. Goei, J. Bier & S. Bhattacharya, DSP Systems, Proc ISCAS-89, 1989].
/gay’bree-*l/ (After Richard Gabriel) An unnecessary (in the opinion of the opponent) stalling tactic, e.g. tying one’s shoelaces or combing one’s hair repeatedly, asking the time, etc. Also used to refer to the perpetrator of such tactics. Also, “pulling a Gabriel”, “Gabriel mode”.
champion of God, used as a proper name to designate the angel who was sent to Daniel (8:16) to explain the vision of the ram and the he-goat, and to communicate the prediction of the seventy weeks (Dan. 9:21-27). He announced also the birth of John the Baptist (Luke 1:11), and of the Messiah (26). He describes himself in the words, “I am Gabriel, who stand in the presence of God” (1:19).
- Gabriel daniel fahrenheit
[far-uh n-hahyt; German fahr-uh n-hahyt] /ˈfær ənˌhaɪt; German ˈfɑr ənˌhaɪt/ noun 1. Gabriel Daniel [German gah-bree-el dah-nee-el] /German ˈgɑ briˌɛl ˈdɑ niˌɛl/ (Show IPA), 1686–1736, German physicist: devised a temperature scale and introduced the use of mercury in thermometers. adjective 2. noting, pertaining to, or measured according to a temperature scale (Fahrenheit scale) in which […]
- Gabriele dannunzio
[dahn-noon-tsyaw] /dɑnˈnun tsyɔ/ noun 1. Gabriele [gah-bree-e-le] /ˌgɑ briˈɛ lɛ/ (Show IPA), . [duh-noo n-see-oh; Italian dahn-noon-tsyaw] /dəˈnʊn siˌoʊ; Italian dɑnˈnun tsyɔ/ noun 1. Gabriele [Italian gah-bree-e-le] /Italian ˌgɑ briˈɛ lɛ/ (Show IPA), (Duca Minimo) 1863–1938, Italian soldier, novelist, and poet. /Italian danˈnuntsjo/ noun 1. Gabriele (ɡaˈbrjɛːle). 1863–1938, Italian poet, dramatist, novelist, national hero, and […]
- Gabriel fauré
[foh-rey] /foʊˈreɪ/ noun 1. Gabriel Urbain [ga-bree-el oor-ban] /ga briˈɛl urˈbɛ̃/ (Show IPA), 1845–1924, French composer. /ˈfɔːreɪ; French fore/ noun 1. Gabriel (Urbain) (ɡabriɛl). 1845–1924, French composer and teacher, noted particularly for his song settings of French poems, esp those of Verlaine, his piano music, and his Messe de Requiem (1887)
[gey-bree-el-uh, gab-ree-] /ˌgeɪ briˈɛl ə, ˌgæb ri-/ noun 1. a female given name.