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HEBREW: 1575 dmg gammad or (plural) Mydmg
NAVE: Gamad Gammad
EBD: Gammadim
SMITH: GAMMADIM
ISBE: GAMMADIM
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Gammadites

In Bible versions:

Gammadites: NET
Gamad: AVS NRSV TEV
Gammad: NIV
Gammadim: NASB
a place (or its people)
Google Maps: Gamad (34° 51´, 35° 51´)

Hebrew

Strongs #01575: dmg gammad or (plural) Mydmg

1) brave men, warriors, valorous men

1575 gammad gam-mawd'

from the same as 1574; a warrior (as grasping
weapons):-Gammadims.
see HEBREW for 01574

Gammadim [EBD]

(Ezek. 27:11) brave warriors; R.V. marg., "valorous men;" others interpret this word as meaning "short-swordsmen," or "daring ones", the name of a class of men who were defenders of the towers of Tyre.

Gamad [NAVE]

GAMAD
See: Gammadim.

Gammad [NAVE]

GAMMAD
See: Gammadim.

GAMMADIM [SMITH]

This word occurs only in (Ezekiel 27:11) A variety of explanations of the term have been offered.
  1. One class renders it "pygmies."
  2. A second treats it as a geographical or local term.
  3. A third gives a more general sense to the word "brave warriors." Hitzig suggests "deserters." After all, the rendering in the LXX. --"guards"-- furnishes the simplest explanation.

GAMMADIM [ISBE]

GAMMADIM - gam'-a-dim (gammadhim): The word occurs only in Ezek 27:11, in the King James Version in form "Gammadims," in the English Revised Version "Gammadim." In the American Standard Revised Version, as also in the English Revised Version, margin, it is rendered "valorous men." Some think a proper name is required, but identification is not possible, and the meaning remains doubtful.




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