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Gilgal

[ gil-gal ]
/ ˈgɪl gæl /
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noun
the name of several places in ancient Palestine, especially a site near Jericho where the Israelites encamped after crossing the Jordan. Joshua 4:19–24.
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Origin of Gilgal

Ultimately from Hebrew Gilghal “circle (of stones)”

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