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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1584 - גָּמַר
1) to end, come to an end, complete, cease
1a1) to come to an end, be no more
1a2) to bring to an end, complete
2) (TWOT) to fail, perfect, perform
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
גָּמַר fut. יִגְמֹר.
(1) to complete, to finish, Psalms 57:3, אֵל גֹּמֶר עָלַי “God who will complete for me,” i.e. will plead my cause; Psalms 138:8, seq. בְּעַד.
(2) intrans. to leave off, to fail, Psalms 7:10, 12:2 77:9. In the Aramean dialects this root is of frequent occurrence in both significations.
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