Word Summary
gez: a shearing, mowing
Original Word: גֵּז
Transliteration: gez
Phonetic Spelling: (gaze)
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a shearing, mowing
Meaning: a fleece, mown grass
Strong's Concordance
fleece, mowing, mown grass

From gazaz; a fleece (as shorn); also mown grass -- fleece, mowing, mown grass.

see HEBREW gazaz


H1488. gez

גֵּזnoun [masculine] shearing, mowing (Assyrian gizzu ZehnpfBAS i. 530, Aramaic גִּיזָּאfleece) — גֵּזPsalm 72:6, also construct Deuteronomy 18:4; Job 31:20; plural construct גִּזֵּיAmos 7:1; — shearing = thing sheared off, wool, fleece ׳ג צאֹןDeuteronomy 18:4, ׳ג כְּבָשַׂיJob 31:20; mowing Amos 7:1 (׳ג הַמֶּלֶךְ‎ compare RSSemitic i. 228); = land to be mown Psalm 72:6 (but shearing in both, according to HoffmZAW 1883, 116 ff. SS).