[ mey-gog ]

  1. a people descended from Japheth. Genesis 10:2; Ezekiel 38, 39.: Compare Gog and Magog.

  2. a city in southern Quebec, in eastern Canada.

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How to use Magog in a sentence

  • Before the night clerk left us we were as dead to this world and its sorrows as Gog and Magog.

  • Chapters xxxviii and xxxix show the final enemies of Israel, Gog and Magog, and their complete overthrow.

    The Prophet Ezekiel | Arno C. Gaebelein
  • Between those mountains are inclosed the Jews of ten lineages, who are called Gog and Magog; and they may not go out on any side.

  • Now he took a silver dollar out of his pocket and beckoning to Magog he handed it to him.

    The Brain | Alexander Blade
  • We know from Genesis x:2 that Magog was the second son of Japheth.

    The Prophet Ezekiel | Arno C. Gaebelein
  • Gog and Magog, etc., complete and end the judgment of the nations.

    The Prophet Ezekiel | Arno C. Gaebelein

British Dictionary definitions for Magog


/ (ˈmeɪɡɒɡ) /

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