[gil-ee-uh d] /ˈgɪl i əd/
a district of ancient Palestine, E of the Jordan River, in present N Jordan.
Mount, a mountain in NW Jordan. 3596 feet (1096 meters).
a historic mountainous region east of the River Jordan, rising over 1200 m (4000 ft)
(Old Testament) a grandson of Manasseh; ancestor of the Coileadites (Numbers 26: 29–30)
Biblical site (Gen. xxxi:21, etc.), traditionally from the name of a grandson of Manasseh, perhaps from Aramaic gal “heap of stones.”
hill of testimony, (Gen. 31:21), a mountainous region east of Jordan. From its mountainous character it is called “the mount of Gilead” (Gen. 31:25). It is called also “the land of Gilead” (Num. 32:1), and sometimes simply “Gilead” (Ps. 60:7; Gen. 37:25). It comprised the possessions of the tribes of Gad and Reuben and the south part of Manasseh (Deut. 3:13; Num. 32:40). It was bounded on the north by Bashan, and on the south by Moab and Ammon (Gen. 31:21; Deut. 3:12-17). “Half Gilead” was possessed by Sihon, and the other half, separated from it by the river Jabbok, by Og, king of Bashan. The deep ravine of the river Hieromax (the modern Sheriat el-Mandhur) separated Bashan from Gilead, which was about 60 miles in length and 20 in breadth, extending from near the south end of the Lake of Gennesaret to the north end of the Dead Sea. Abarim, Pisgah, Nebo, and Peor are its mountains mentioned in Scripture.
[gil-ee-uh-dahyt] /ˈgɪl i əˌdaɪt/ noun 1. a member of a branch of the Israelite tribe descended from Manasseh. 2. an inhabitant of ancient . /ˈɡɪlɪəˌdaɪt/ noun 1. an inhabitant of the region of Gilead 2. a descendant of Gilead (the man)
[gi-lelz; Russian gyee-lyils] /gɪˈlɛlz; Russian ˈgyi lyɪls/ noun 1. Emil (Grigoryevich) [ee-mil gri-gawr-yuh-vich,, ey-mil;; Russian e-myeel gryi-gaw-ryi-vyich] /ˈi mɪl grɪˈgɔr yə vɪtʃ,, ˈeɪ mɪl;; Russian ɛˈmyil gryɪˈgɔ ryɪ vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1916–85, Russian pianist.
[jahylz] /dʒaɪlz/ noun 1. Saint, 8th century a.d., Athenian hermit in France. 2. a male given name: from a Greek word meaning “shieldbearer.”. /dʒaɪlz/ noun 1. Saint. 7th century ad, Greek hermit in France; patron saint of cripples, beggars, and lepers. Feast day: Sept 1 2. William Ernest Powell. 1835–97, Australian explorer, born in England. […]
noun thingamajig (1940s+)