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, and 4 miles north of Sur’ah (Zorah), in the valley of Elah.
an epithet applied to Josabad, one of David’s warriors at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:4), a native of Gederah.
a wall. (1.) A city in the mountains or hill country of Judah (Josh. 15:58), identified with Jedar, between Jerusalem and Hebron. (2.) 1 Chr. 4:39, the Gederah of Josh. 15:36, or the well-known Gerar, as the LXX. read, where the patriarchs of old had sojourned and fed their flocks (Gen. 20:1, 14, 15; 26:1, […]
noun Ice cream, pudding, and the like (WWII Navy)
[jee] /dʒi/ interjection 1. (used as a word of command to a horse or other draft animal directing it to turn to the right.) verb (used without object), geed, geeing. 2. to turn to the right. verb (used with object), geed, geeing. 3. to turn (something) to the right. 4. to evade. Compare 3 . […]