(Josh. 19:13). See GATH-HEPHER ØT0001438.
two wine-presses, (2 Sam. 4:3; Neh. 11:33), a town probably in Benjamin to which the Beerothites fled.
/ˌɡɪtəˈrəʊnɪ/ noun 1. (music) an acoustic bass guitar
[git-ern] /ˈgɪt ərn/ noun 1. . /ˈɡɪtɜːn/ noun 1. (music) an obsolete medieval stringed instrument resembling the guitar Compare cittern n. late 14c., from Old French guiterne, from Latin cithara, from Greek kithara (see guitar).
a native of the Philistine city of Gath (Josh. 13:3). Obed-edom, in whose house the ark was placed, is so designated (2 Sam. 6:10). Six hundred Gittites came with David from Gath into Israel (15:18, 19).