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Gath

(găth), unidentified royal city of the Philistines, on the borders of Judah. In the Bible, it was the birthplace of Goliath, and it was a place of refuge for David in the outlaw years. Later he had a loyal bodyguard of Gittites, i.e., inhabitants of Gath.

Gath

Old Testament one of the five cities of the Philistines, from which Goliath came (I Samuel 17:4) and near which Saul fell in battle (II Samuel 1:20)
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A ddoe ddiwethaf, cafodd William, y gath wen nad yw'n clywed ond sydd a synnwyr gweld arall-fydol (caiff weledigaethau yn aml gan neidio ar wahanol fwganod ar y carped), fynd allan.
When the man saw Mr Gath he ran off, joining another man.
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GATH is the body that is steering the country's tourism development master plan, a plan that focuses on sites adjacent to the country's five Unesco World Heritage Sites.
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This is evidence that non-Semitic names that are remarkably similar to Goliath were used within the time frame of this Philistine warrior in his reputed hometown of Gath," explains Lawrence Mykytiuk, author of Identifying Biblical Persons in Northwest Semitic Inscriptions of 1200-539 B.