From garar; the cud (as scraping the throat) -- cud.
see HEBREW garar
I. גֵּרָה noun feminine cud (Arabic , so called from sound of rumination ?) — גֵּרָה Leviticus 11:3 10t. — cud, only in legislation of clean and unclean animals, and almost always with (הָ֯ תַ֯, יֵ֯,) מַעֲלֵה 11:3-4, (twice in verse); 11:5-6, 26 (P) Deuteronomy 14:6 (twice in verse); 14:7; ׳ג יִגָּ֑ר (compare גרר Niph`al) Leviticus 11:7; Deuteronomy 14:8 has גֵּרָת without verb, but read there as Leviticus 11:7 (so ᵐ5 ⅏ Di).