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Gib·e·on

 (gĭb′ē-ən)
An ancient village of Palestine near Jerusalem. In the Bible, its inhabitants were condemned by Joshua to serve as manual laborers for the Israelites.

Gib′e·o·nite′ n.
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Gibeon

(ˈɡɪbɪən)
n
(Placename) an ancient town of Palestine: the excavated site thought to be its remains lies about 9 kilometres (6 miles) northwest of Jerusalem
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Gib•e•on

(ˈgɪb i ən)

n.
a town in ancient Palestine, NW of Jerusalem. Josh. 9:3.
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