Gershom

[ gur-shuhm ]

noun
  1. the elder son of Moses and Zipporah. Exodus 18:3.

Origin of Gershom

1
From Hebrew Gēreshōm “a sojourner there”

Words Nearby Gershom

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How to use Gershom in a sentence

  • He had exchanged no words with his daughter on the subject, though they had been at Gershom together.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness | Margaret Murray Robertson
  • The new dam and the new establishments of various sorts, which followed its completion, did much for Gershom.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness | Margaret Murray Robertson
  • Business had not been a secondary consideration with Mr Langden when he paid his visit to Gershom.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness | Margaret Murray Robertson
  • That is, Clifton had not fully decided whether he should change his plans and settle in Gershom.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness | Margaret Murray Robertson
  • Clifton Holt did not say much to any one, except his sister Elizabeth, of all that was to be undertaken soon in Gershom.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness | Margaret Murray Robertson