gome: a rush, reed, papyrusOriginal Word: גֹּ֫מֶא
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Phonetic Spelling: (go'-meh)
Short Definition: papyrus
a rush, reed, papyrus
papyrus (2), rushes (1), wicker (1).
גֹּ֫מֶא noun masculineJob 8:11 rush, reed, papyrus (compare Löwp. 55) (Late Hebrew גּוֺמֶא, Ethiopic loan-word, according to Di; — name from swallowing, sucking up, water? so Thes, compare Che Isaiah 18:2 and elsewhere; = Coptic gome, see Di Exodus 2:3 whence others derive as loan-word) — גֹּ֫מֶא Exodus 2:3 3t.; — rush, paper-reed, (Egyptian) Job 8:11 ("" אָחוּ); collective Isaiah 35:7 ("" קָנֶה); as material, ׳תֵּבַת ג Exodus 2:3 chest of paper-reed; ׳כְּלֵיגֿ Isaiah 18:2 vessels of paper-reed.
גמד (√ of following; compare Arabic congeal, become solid; be hard, stern; also cut, cut off; Aramaic גְּמַד contract; Aph`el be bold, daring). bulrush
From gama'; properly, an absorbent, i.e. The bulrush (from its porosity); specifically the papyrus -- (bul-)rush.
see HEBREW gama' גֹּ֔מֶא גֹּ֭מֶא גֹמֶא֮ גמא וָגֹֽמֶא׃ וגמא׃ gō·me ḡō·me Gome gōme ḡōme vaGome wā·ḡō·me wāḡōme
Strong's Hebrew 1573
gō·me — 3 Occ.
wā·ḡō·me — 1 Occ.
BIB: לוֹ֙ תֵּ֣בַת גֹּ֔מֶא וַתַּחְמְרָ֥ה בַחֵמָ֖ר
NAS: she got him a wicker basket
KJV: for him an ark of bulrushes, and daubed
INT: got basket A wicker and covered tar
BIB: הֲיִֽגְאֶה־ גֹּ֭מֶא בְּלֹ֣א בִצָּ֑ה
NAS: Can the papyrus grow up without
KJV: Can the rush grow up without mire?
INT: grow the papyrus without swamp
BIB: צִירִ֗ים וּבִכְלֵי־ גֹמֶא֮ עַל־ פְּנֵי־
NAS: by the sea, Even in papyrus vessels
KJV: even in vessels of bulrushes upon
INT: envoys vessels papyrus on the surface
BIB: חָצִ֖יר לְקָנֶ֥ה וָגֹֽמֶא׃
NAS: Grass [becomes] reeds and rushes.
KJV: with reeds and rushes.
INT: Grass reeds and rushes