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Root
ג־ב־ל

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

גְּבוּל (g'vúlm (plural indefinite גְּבוּלוֹת‎, singular construct גְּבוּל־, plural construct גְּבוּלוֹת־‎)

  1. A border, a boundary, a limit, a line: a line dividing two fields, or two cities, or two countries, or the like.
  2. The area within a set of borders.
  3. An edge, an end, a limit.
    גבול חייו‎ ― g'vúl-khayávhis end [literally the end of his life]
  4. Used figuratively.
  5. (גְּבוּל־‎, g'vúl-) Singular construct state form of גְּבוּל.

Usage notesEdit

  • In addition to the plural forms in ־וֹת (-ót) given above, the regular plural forms are attested as well: גְּבוּלִים(g'vulím), גְּבוּלֵי־(g'vuléi-). These are much less common, however.

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