gerah definition

  • noun:
    • an old Hebrew money and device of weight.
    • an old Hebrew product of fat and currency add up to one twentieth of a shekel
    • a little coin and weight; 1-20th of a shekel.
    • Among the old Jews, a unit of weight as well as financial reckoning, the twentieth part of much shekel, or around three-fourths of a gram.
    • An ancient Hebrew money and product of weight.
    • an old Hebrew device of fat and money add up to one twentieth of a shekel
    • a little money and fat; 1-20th of a shekel.
    • one of the old Jews, a unit of body weight as well as monetary reckoning, the 20th part of huge shekel, or around three-fourths of a gram.
    • An ancient Hebrew coin and device of body weight.
    • an old Hebrew unit of weight and currency equal to one twentieth of a shekel
    • A small coin and weight; 1-20th of a shekel.
    • Among the ancient Jews, a unit of body weight and of financial reckoning, the twentieth part of a heavy shekel, or about three-fourths of a gram.
    • a historical Hebrew coin and unit of weight.
    • an ancient Hebrew product of fat and money add up to one twentieth of a shekel
    • A small money and weight; 1-20th of a shekel.
    • Among the old Jews, a unit of fat as well as monetary reckoning, the twentieth section of much shekel, or about three-fourths of a gram.
    • An ancient Hebrew money and device of fat.
    • an old Hebrew unit of fat and currency add up to one twentieth of a shekel
    • a little money and fat; 1-20th of a shekel.
    • Among the ancient Jews, a unit of fat as well as financial reckoning, the twentieth element of huge shekel, or just around three-fourths of a gram.

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