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Gedaliah

[ ged-l-ahy-uh, gi-dahl-yuh ]
/ ˌgɛd lˈaɪ ə, gɪˈdɑl yə /
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noun
the governor of Judah after its conquest by Babylon. 2 Kings 25:22–26.
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Origin of Gedaliah

From Hebrew Gədalyāhū “God is great”

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