Word Summary
agaph: a band, army
Original Word: אַגָּף
Transliteration: agaph
Phonetic Spelling: (ag-gawf')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a band, army
Meaning: wings of an army, crowds of troops
Strong's Concordance

Probably from nagaph (through the idea of impending); a cover or heap; i.e. (only plural) wings of an army, or crowds of troops -- bands.

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H102. agaph

[אֲגַף‎] noun [masculine] band, army (loan-word, originally wing of army; Assyrian agappu, Aramaic אגף‎, wing. Others, from גפ֩ף‎, Sta§ 256 b) — All Ezekiel & all plural (or dual ?) אֲגַמֶּיךָEzekiel 38:9; 39:4; אֲגַמָּיו12:14 3t; אֲגַמֶּיהָ38:6 (all with כָּלֿ‎ except 38:22) — bands, armies of king of Judah 12:14; 17:21; hordes (RV) of Gog 38:9, 22; 39:4; specifically of גֹּמֶר38:6; of תּוֺגַרְמָהib.