Gilead(redirected from Gil'adh)
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A mountainous region of ancient Palestine east of the Jordan River in what is now northwest Jordan.
(Placename) a historic mountainous region east of the River Jordan, rising over 1200 m (4000 ft)
(Bible) Old Testament a grandson of Manasseh; ancestor of the Coileadites (Numbers 26: 29–30)
Gil•e•ad(ˈgɪl i əd)
1. a district of ancient Palestine, E of the Jordan River, in present N Jordan.
2. Mount, a mountain in NW Jordan. 3596 ft. (1096 m).