(mainly Bible) a carved image used as an idol
Deut. 27:15; Ps. 97:7 (Heb. pesel), refers to the household gods of idolaters. “Every nation and city had its own gods…Yet every family had its separate household or tutelary god.”
[grahs] /grɑs/ noun 1. François Joseph Paul [frahn-swa zhaw-zef pawl] /frɑ̃ˈswa ʒɔˈzɛf pɔl/ (Show IPA), Comte de (Marquis de Grasse-Tilly) 1722–1788, French admiral. 2. a city in S France, near the Mediterranean: tourist center; perfume industry. 135,330.
[greyv-shuh m] /ˈgreɪv ʃəm/ noun 1. a borough in NW Kent, in SE England.
[greyv-rob-er] /ˈgreɪvˌrɒb ər/ noun 1. a person who steals valuables from and tombs: Graverobbers had emptied the Mayan tomb before archaeologists could examine its contents. 2. a person who steals corpses after burial, especially for medical dissection.
[greyvz-end] /ˌgreɪvzˈɛnd/ noun 1. a seaport in NW Kent, in SE England, on the Thames River: incorporated into Gravesham 1974. /ˌɡreɪvzˈɛnd/ noun 1. a river port in SE England, in NW Kent on the Thames. Pop: 53 045 (2001)