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Resource & Definition Index: Demons: Devil, evil spirit, malignant Gibborim ( Gerber): The mighty men of renown (Gibborim).

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The Nachash (#$xfn@Fha) and His Seed:
are called the nephilim (giants) and gibborim (mighty warriors).
Solomon: His Life and Times
impossibility-and, in a word, to advance whatever .
A Paratrooper and a Poet

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Ποιοί είναι οι Νεφελίμ;
Αναφέρονται με πολλούς τρόπους, ως Enim, ή «Τρόμοι» (Γέν.14:5, Δευτ.2:1Ο), Rephaim, ή «Αυτοί που Προκαλούν Εξασθένιση» ή «Οι Νεκροί» (2 Σαμ.

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Gibborim (biblical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gibborim (גּבּר גּבּור) is a Hebrew word that can be glossed "mightiest" which is an intensive for gabar (גּבר) that can be glossed "mighty".
Gibborim (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Origin of Demons and the Exorcists Manual
Gibborim (Gerber): The mighty men of renown (Gibborim). The children of the Watchers and the daughters of Adam. Genesis 6:4.
Giants in the Middle East, Page 9
The mighty men here denotes the Gibborim, this phrasing being derived from the same Hebrew word that Moses used in Genesis 6:4 to signify the giants.
Gibborim - Marvel Comics Database

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