gamar: to end, come to an end, completeOriginal Word: גָּמַרTransliteration:
(gaw-mar')Part of Speech:
to end, come to an end, completeMeaning:
to end, come to an end, complete
cease, come to an end, fail, perfect, perform
A primitive root; to end (in the sense of completion or failure) -- cease, come to an end, fail, perfect, perform.
גָּמַר verb end, come to an end, complete (only Psalms) (Late Hebrew id. complete; Assyrian gamâru LotzTP.Register & derivatives COTGloss and others; Aramaic גְּמַר, ; Ethiopic (II); compare also Arabic collect, assemble) —
Qal Perfect ׳גּ Psalm 12:2; 77:9; Imperfect יִגְמֹר 138:8; יִגְמָרֿ 7:10; Participle גֹּמֵר 57:3; —
1 come to an end, be no more Psalm 7:10; 12:2 ("" [מָּסַס]); 77:9 ("" אָפֵס).
2 transitivebring to an end, complete, עָלָ֑י גֹּמֵר אֵל Psalm 57:3 God that completeth, accomplisheth, for me (ᵐ5 Gr Bi גמל, & so Che doubtfully), ׳י בַּעֲדִי יִגְמֹר 138:8 .