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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1358 - גֹּב
1) pit, den (of lions)
Nm/f ) bc (גב GB) - I. Arch:The arch of the back when digging. Also any high arched or convex thing such as the eyebrow, rim of a wheel, locust, etc. [df: Pg]II. Pit:The work of the back of digging a pit or trench. KJV (18): back, eminent place, rings, bodies, bosses, eyebrows, naves, higher place, pit, beam, ditch, locust, den - Strongs: H1354 (גַּב), H1355 (גַּב), H1356 (גֵּב), H1357 (גֵּבָה), H1610 (גַּף)
H) ebc (גבה GBH) AC: Lift CO: High AB: ?: From the high arch of the back when digging. Something that is lifted up high. This can be something physical or mental such as pride as the lifting up of the heart.
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
גֹּב Ch. emph. גֻּבָּא a den, where lions were kept, Daniel 6:8, seq. In Targ. for the Hebrew בּוֹר, Syriac ܓܘܽܒܐܳ, ܓܘܽܡܬܐܳ, Arabic جُبُّ, Ethiopic ግብ፡ id. [Root גּוּב.]
גֹּב & גּוֹב (“pit, cistern”), [Gob], pr.n. of a place otherwise unknown, 2 Samuel 21:18, 19 2 Samuel 21:19, for which there is in the parallel place, 1 Chronicles 20:4, גֶּזֶר.
the Week of Proper 25 / Ordinary 30