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The third letter of the Hebrew alphabet. See Table at alphabet.

[Hebrew gîmel, of Phoenician origin; see gml in Semitic roots.]


(ˈɡɪməl; Hebrew ˈɡiːmɛl)
(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) the third letter of the Hebrew alphabet (ג) transliterated as g or, when final, gh
[literally: camel]


(ˈgɪm əl)

the third letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
[< Hebrew gīmel, akin to gāmāl camel]
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Noun1.gimel - the 3rd letter of the Hebrew alphabetgimel - the 3rd letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Hebraic alphabet, Hebrew alphabet, Hebrew script - a Semitic alphabet used since the 5th century BC for writing the Hebrew language (and later for writing Yiddish and Ladino)
alphabetic character, letter of the alphabet, letter - the conventional characters of the alphabet used to represent speech; "his grandmother taught him his letters"
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A strong line of communication was set up between the team and support group at the GIMEL in Dubai which was constantly keeping them posted of expected aftershocks, allowing them to be cautious and even help locals and tourists along the way.
The term's fourth letter is not ayin but a ligature of nun and gimel.
In addition to T for totum (all), there was N for nihil (nothing), D for depone (put), and A for aufer (take), closely corresponding to the Hebrew letter meanings associated with gimel, nun, shin, and heh.
When I left the station, the police still did not know what had happened to the missing man from Ramat Aviv Gimel.
126) Aleph (GAEL, 31) is the top half of the Hebrew letter and means "in the beginning with God, the son, or first born"; Ba eth (GAEL, 27) is somewhat stylized but recognizable as beth, while the glyph named Beth (GAEL, 23) is a hatched single line meaning "residence"; Gah mol (GAEL, 33) appears to be gimel laid on its side and refers to a "situation.
Fab Flournoy's team played twice against Gimel Basket at two different venues, and ran out comfortable winners on each occasion - 116-61 on Friday evening and 104-71 on Saturday.
Gimel always has something funny or sarcastic to say.
41) When the hostilities subsided slightly, Schutz reverted to the official court printer in Dresden, Gimel Berg, for the second part of the Kleine geistliche Concerten (1639).