[ged-eez] /ˈgɛd iz/
[bel] /bɛl/ (Show IPA), 1893–1958, U.S. industrial and stage designer and architect.
Sir Patrick, 1854–1932, Scottish biologist, sociologist, and town planner.
/ˈɡɛdɪt/ interjection 1. (slang) an exclamation meaning do you understand it?: they nicknamed him ‘Treasure’, because of his sunken chest, geddit?
a walled place, (Josh. 12:13), perhaps the same as Gederah or Gedor (15:58).
the fortress; a fortified place, a town in the plain (shephelah) of Judah (Josh. 15:36). This is a very common Canaanite and Phoenician name. It is the feminine form of Geder (12:13); the plural form is Gederoth (15:41). This place has by some been identified with Jedireh, a ruin 9 miles from Lydda, toward Eleutheropolis, […]
an epithet applied to Josabad, one of David’s warriors at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:4), a native of Gederah.