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Excerpt from the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the most advanced Bible dictionary.
A nation that Ezekiel prophesies against—specifically against its leader, Gog (Ezek 38:1–6). Magog appears again in the book of Revelation as a nation allied with Satan (Rev 20:8). For further information, see this article: Gog and Magog.
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
GOG (PERSON) [Heb gôg (גֹּוג)]. 1. A Reubenite, descended from Joel (1 Chr 5:4). Gog is second in the list of the sons, or descendants, of Joel. The list may represent a line of Reubenite chieftains (Ackroyd Chronicles Ezra Nehemiah TBC, 36). The name appears after Shemaiah and before Shimei. Others
Gog and Magog
GOG AND MAGOG [Heb gôg (גֹּוג) and magôg (מַגֹוג)]. Names of a ruler, Gog, and his land, Magog, in the Bible. Gog is the leader, in Ezekiel 38 and 39, of an invading army from “the uttermost parts of the north” who will attack Israel “in the latter years.” See GOG (PERSON) and MAGOG (PERSON). In language
MAGOG (PERSON) [Heb māgôg (מָגֹוג)]. In the Table of Nations (Gen 10:2) and the parallel genealogy in 1 Chr 1:5, Magog is one of the six grandsons of Noah through his son Japheth. Others of this line are associated with Asia Minor (Javan, Tubal, Meshech), so a location for Magog also in this area is
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Magog. Term employed only five times in the Bible, but significant because of its use in the well-known prophetic passages of Ezekiel 38; 39 and Revelation 20. In the register of nations in Genesis 10:2 (1 Chr 1:5), Magog was listed among the sons of Japheth, identifying both an individual and the nation
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
MAGOG Term found only five times in the Bible but significant because of its use in the well-known prophetic passages of Ezekiel 38–39 and Revelation 20. In the register of nations in Genesis 10:2 (see also 1 Chr 1:5), Magog was listed among the sons of Japheth, identifying both an individual and the
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
MAGOG. A descendant of Japheth (Gen 10:2; 1 Chr 1:5). According to Ezk 38:2 a people whose territory will be ruled in a future time by Gog (q.v.); literally 38:2 reads, “set your face toward Gog of the land of the Magog …” Josephus (Ant. i.6.1) identified Magog as the Scythians, a savage, wandering people
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Gog and Magog
GOG AND MAGOG. In Ezk. 38:2 we are introduced to ‘Gog, of the land of Magog, the chief prince (av, rvmg., rsv; rv ‘prince of *Rosh’), of *Meshech and Tubal’. lxx understood Magog as a people, not a country. The only reasonable identification of Gog is with Gyges, king of Lydia (c. 660 bc)—Assyr. Gugu;
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ma´gog (region of Gog). In Gen. 10:2 Magog appears as the second son of Japheth; in Ezek. 38:2; 39:1, 6 it appears as a country or people of which Gog was the prince. The notices of Magog would lead us to fix a northern locality: it is expressly stated by Ezekiel that he was to come up from “the sides
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary