gyl

gyl
West Semitic, to rejoice. Abigail, from Hebrew ʾăbîgayil, my father (is) joy, from *gayil, joy, akin to gîl, rejoicing, joy, from gāl, to rejoice (ʾăbî, my father; see ʾb).

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