[guh-mawr-uh, -mor-uh] /gəˈmɔr ə, -ˈmɒr ə/
Also, Douay Bible, Gomorrha. an ancient city destroyed, with Sodom, because of its wickedness. Gen. 19:24, 25.
any extremely wicked place.
(Old Testament) one of two ancient cities near the Dead Sea, the other being Sodom, that were destroyed by God as a punishment for the wickedness of their inhabitants (Genesis 19:24)
any place notorious for vice and depravity
Biblical site, from Hebrew ‘omer “sheaf” (of corn, etc.), probably a reference to the fertility of the region.
submersion, one of the five cities of the plain of Siddim (q.v.) which were destroyed by fire (Gen. 10:19; 13:10; 19:24, 28). These cities probably stood close together, and were near the northern extremity of what is now the Dead Sea. This city is always mentioned next after Sodom, both of which were types of impiety and wickedness (Gen. 18:20; Rom. 9:29). Their destruction is mentioned as an “ensample unto those that after should live ungodly” (2 Pet. 2:6; Jude 1:4-7). Their wickedness became proverbial (Deut. 32:32; Isa. 1:9, 10; Jer. 23:14). But that wickedness may be exceeded (Matt. 10:15; Mark 6:11). (See DEAD SEA ØT0000991).
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[gom-perz] /ˈgɒm pərz/ noun 1. Samuel, 1850–1924, U.S. labor leader, born in England: president of the American Federation of Labor 1886–94, 1896–1924. /ˈɡɒmpəz/ noun 1. Samuel. 1850–1924, US labour leader, born in England; a founder of the American Federation of Labor and its president (1886–94; 1896–1924)
[gom-fahy-uh-sis] /gɒmˈfaɪ ə sɪs/ noun, Dentistry. 1. looseness of the teeth.
[gom-foh-sis] /gɒmˈfoʊ sɪs/ noun, plural gomphoses [gom-foh-seez] /gɒmˈfoʊ siz/ (Show IPA). Anatomy. 1. an immovable articulation in which one bone or part is received in a cavity in another, as a tooth in its socket. /ɡɒmˈfəʊsɪs/ noun (pl) -ses (-siːz) 1. (anatomy) a form of immovable articulation in which a peglike part fits into a […]