1663. Gitti
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Gitti: an inhabitant of Gath
Original Word: גִּתִּי
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: Gitti
Phonetic Spelling: (ghit-tee')
Short Definition: Gittite

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from Gath
an inhab. of Gath
NASB Translation
Gittite (9), Gittites (1).

גִּתִּי adjective, of a people, of II.גַּת 1; of Obed-edom 2 Samuel 6:10,11 = 1 Chronicles 13:13; Ittai 2 Samuel 15:19,22; 2 Samuel 18:2; Goliath 2 Samuel 21:19; 1 Chronicles 20:5; plural with article as substantive, הַגִּתִּים 1 Samuel 15:18 the Gittites (but read אִתַּי הַגִּתִּי We Klo Kit Bu NowArchaeology i.308n.); singular with article as proper name collectiveהַגִּתִּי Joshua 13:3 (with men of Gaza, Ashdod, Ashkelon, Ekron, and the Awwim).


Patrial from Gath; a Gittite or inhabitant of Gath -- Gittite.

see HEBREW Gath

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