a name derived from “Golan” (q.v.), one of the cities of refuge in the territory of Manasseh (Josh. 20:8; 21:27; Deut. 4:43). This was one of the provinces ruled by Herod Antipas. It lay to the east of the Lake of Galilee, and included among its towns Bethsaida-Julias (Mark 8:22) and Seleucia.
[gaw-lish] /ˈgɔ lɪʃ/ noun 1. the extinct, Celtic language of ancient . adjective 2. of or relating to ancient , its inhabitants, or their language. /ˈɡɔːlɪʃ/ noun 1. the extinct language of the pre-Roman Gauls, belonging to the Celtic branch of the Indo-European family adjective 2. of or relating to ancient Gaul, the Gauls, or […]
[gou-lahy-ter] /ˈgaʊˌlaɪ tər/ noun 1. the leader or chief official of a political district under Nazi control. /ˈɡaʊˌlaɪtə/ noun 1. a provincial governor in Germany under Hitler 2. (sometimes not capital) (informal) a person in a position of petty or local authority who behaves in an overbearing authoritarian manner noun a district political official in […]
/ɡəʊl; ɡɔːl; French ɡol/ noun 1. See de Gaulle
[goh-liz-uh m, gaw-] /ˈgoʊ lɪz əm, ˈgɔ-/ noun 1. a political movement in France led by Charles de Gaulle. 2. the principles and policies of the Gaullists. /ˈɡəʊlɪzəm; ˈɡɔː-/ noun 1. the conservative French nationalist policies and principles associated with General Charles de Gaulle 2. a political movement founded on and supporting General de Gaulle’s […]