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GREEK: 1043 gabrihl Gabriel
HEBREW: 1403 layrbg Gabriy'el
NAVE: Gabriel
EBD: Gabriel
Gabatha | Gabbai | Gabbatha | Gabbe | Gabrias | Gabriel | Gad | Gad, The Tribe Of | Gad, Valley Of | Gadara | Gadarenes


In Bible versions:

a specific angel
an angel who brought understanding to the prophet Daniel

God is my strength
Arts Topics: Gabriel in Various Compositions; Other Portraits of Gabriel; The Angel of the Annunciation


Strongs #1043: gabrihl Gabriel

Gabriel = "man of God"

1) one of the angel princes or chiefs of the angels

1043 Gabriel gab-ree-ale'

of Hebrew origin (1403); Gabriel, an archangel:-Gabriel.
see HEBREW for 01403


Strongs #01403: layrbg Gabriy'el

Gabriel = "warrior of God" or "man of God"

1) an archangel; the angel God used to send messages of great
importance to man; sent to Daniel, to Zacharias, and to Mary

1403 Gabriy'el gab-ree-ale'

from 1397 and 410; man of God; Gabriel, an
see HEBREW for 01397
see HEBREW for 0410

Gabriel [EBD]

champion of God, used as a proper name to designate the angel who was sent to Daniel (8:16) to explain the vision of the ram and the he-goat, and to communicate the prediction of the seventy weeks (Dan. 9:21-27).

He announced also the birth of John the Baptist (Luke 1:11), and of the Messiah (26). He describes himself in the words, "I am Gabriel, who stand in the presence of God" (1:19).

Gabriel [NAVE]

GABRIEL, a messenger of God. Appeared to Daniel, Dan. 8:16; 9:21; to Zacharias, Luke 1:11-19; to Mary, Luke 1:26-29.


(man of God), an angel sent by God to announce to Zacharias the birth of John the Baptist, and to Mary the birth of Christ. He was also sent to Daniel to explain his visions. (Daniel 8:16; 9:21)


GABRIEL - ga'-bri-el (gabhri'-el, "Man of God"; Gabriel): The name of the angel commissioned to explain to Daniel the vision of the ram and the he-goat, and to give the prediction of the 70 weeks (Dan 8:16; 9:21). In the New Testament he is the angel of the annunciation to Zacharias of the birth of John the Baptist, and to Mary of the birth of Jesus (Lk 1:19,26). Though commonly spoken of as an archangel, he is not so called in Scripture. He appears in the Book of Enoch (chapters 9, 20, 40) as one of 4 (or 6) chief angels. He is "set over all powers," presents, with the others, the cry of departed souls for vengeance, is "set over the serpents, and over Paradise, and over the cherubim." He is prominent in the Jewish Targums, etc.


James Orr

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