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Hebrew:הגד

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From גד:

Noun, sing., masc.:

  • the coriander-a plant the seed of which resembles manna
  • the fortune, the good fortune
  • whether coriander-a plant the seed of which resembles manna
  • whether fortune, whether good fortune

Proper name, masc.:

  • the Gad ("god of fortune"), a Babylonian deity
  • the Gad ("troop")
  • whether Gad ("god of fortune"), a Babylonian deity
  • whether Gad ("troop")

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