Gog and Magog

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Gog and Ma·gog

 (gŏg; mā′gŏg)
pl.n.
In Judeo-Christian tradition, the satanic powers who wage war against God and the righteous at the end of the world.

Gog and Magog

(ɡɒɡ; ˈmeɪɡɒɡ)
n
1. (Bible) Old Testament a hostile prince and the land from which he comes to attack Israel (Ezekiel 38)
2. (Bible) New Testament two kings, who are to attack the Church in a climactic battle, but are then to be destroyed by God (Revelation 20:8–10)
3. (European Myth & Legend) folklore Brit two giants, the only survivors of a race of giants destroyed by Brutus, the legendary founder of Britain

Gog and Ma•gog

(ˈgɒg ən ˈmeɪ gɒg)
n.pl.
nations led by Satan at Armageddon against the kingdom of God. Rev. 20:8.
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Noun1.Gog and Magog - biblical names of the enemies of God's people who wage war against God at the end of the world; "in the Book of Ezekiel Gog is a ruler from the land of Magog but in the Book of Revelation Gog and Magog are nations under the rule of Satan"
mythical being - an imaginary being of myth or fable
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Cron, "Note on Text & Translation," in A Mediaeval Dream Book: Printed from the original Latin with an English translation (London: Gogmagog Press, 1963), n.
Brute's son Corineus wrestled with the giant Gogmagog near Dover, and, as Holinshed tells it, "cast him downe headlong from one of the rocks there, thus winning the battle against the old order of giants.