Gehenna

Gehenna, the valley of Hinnom, on the S. of Jerusalem, with Tophet (q.v.) at its eastern end; became the symbol of hell from the fires kept burning in it night and day to consume the poisonous gases of the offal accumulated in it.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Gefle * Gehenna Bailiffs
Gay-Lussac, Louis Joseph
Gaza
Gazette The
Gebir
Ged, William
Geddes, Alexander
Geddes, Jenny
Geefs, Guillaume
Geelong
Gefle
Gehenna
Gehenna Bailiffs
Geibel, Emanuel von
Geiger, Abraham
Geijer, Erik Gustav
Geikie, Sir Archibald
Geikie, James
Geïler von Kaiserberg, Johann
Gelasius I., St.
Gell, Sir William
Gellert

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