[gee-rahr] /ˈgi rɑr/
an ancient city in Palestine, near the Mediterranean: now an archaeological site in Israel.
a region; lodging-place, a very ancient town and district in the south border of Palestine, which was ruled over by a king named Abimelech (Gen. 10:19; 20:1, 2). Abraham sojourned here, and perhaps Isaac was born in this place. Both of these patriarchs were guilty of the sin of here denying their wives, and both of them entered into a treaty with the king before they departed to Beersheba (21:23-34; 26). It seems to have been a rich pastoral country (2 Chr. 14:12-18). Isaac here reaped an hundred-fold, and was blessed of God (Gen. 26:12). The “valley of Gerar” (Gen. 26:17) was probably the modern Wady el-Jerdr.
[juh-rahrd] /dʒəˈrɑrd/ noun 1. Also, Gé·rard·. a male given name, form of . [zhey-rahr] /ʒeɪˈrɑr/ noun 1. Comte Étienne Maurice [kawnt ey-tyen moh-rees] /kɔ̃t eɪˈtyɛn moʊˈris/ (Show IPA), 1773–1852, French marshal under Napoleon. /French ʒerar/ noun 1. François (Pascal Simon), Baron. 1770–1837, French painter, court painter to Napoleon I and Louis XVIII masc. proper name, […]
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[ner-val] /nɛrˈval/ noun 1. Gérard de [zhey-rar duh] /ʒeɪˈrar də/ (Show IPA), (Gérard Labrunie) 1808–55, French writer. /French nɛrval/ noun 1. Gérard de (ʒerar də), real name Gérard Labrunie. 1808–55, French poet, noted esp for the sonnets of mysticism, myth, and private passion in Les Chimères (1854)
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