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Gog

[gog] /gɒg/
noun
1.
a chief prince of Meshech and Tubal who came from Magog. Ezek. 38–39.
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  • On the left, on a peninsula, are seen the reprobated people of Gog and MaGog, who are to accompany Antichrist.

    Astronomical Myths John F. Blake
  • Jahm, a boiling caldron for idolaters: also for Gog and MaGog.

    The Faith of Islam Edward Sell
  • By Gog and MaGog, there's got to be authority put into my hands to deal with them summarily!

    A Pilgrim Maid Marion Ames Taggart
  • Are there not some who say, that Gog and MaGog are the heresies which vex the church?

  • He fairly keeps Plattville's sportin' spirit on the Gog; 'die out, wasn't for him.

    The Gentleman From Indiana Booth Tarkington
  • Let's try to tip him: Gog, here's fifty cents for you; no he won't take it.

    The Brain Alexander Blade
  • So ran the mind of him whom the mocking Gog and MaGog of the deserts diarchy had put on a false trail to desolation.

    Dust of the Desert Robert Welles Ritchie
  • Gog's bread, Diccon, ich came too late, was nothing there to get!

    Gammer Gurton's Needle Mr. S. Mr. of Art
  • At that same moment ten thousand frogs started from the morions of Gog and MaGog, and furiously assailed the knight on every side.

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