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Gog and Magog

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Pronunciation: /gɒg
 
, ˈmeɪgɒg/
  • 1(In the Bible) the names of enemies of God’s people. In Ezek. 38-9, Gog is apparently a ruler from the land of Magog, while in Rev. 20:8, Gog and Magog are nations under the dominion of Satan.
  • 2(In medieval legend) opponents of Alexander the Great, living north of the Caucasus.
  • 3Two giant statues standing in Guildhall, London, representing either the last two survivors of a race of giants supposed to have inhabited Britain before Roman times, or Gogmagog, chief of the giants, and Corineus, a Roman invader.

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