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Gershom

[gur-shuh m] /ˈgɜr ʃəm/
noun
1.
the elder son of Moses and Zipporah. Ex. 18:3.
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  • "I am all ready, Gershom," she told her husband as she came down the path.

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  • I only know that she gets a good many letters from Gershom about this time.

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  • Yet it had been a power for good in Gershom and in all the country round.

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  • He did not speak often about this to any one—not a man in Gershom but had more to say about it than he.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness Margaret Murray Robertson
  • He went south in May, and was away from Gershom several weeks.

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