Common misspellings for gate:
cceate, gutar, gati, negioate, migiate, getat, gatey, garet, gade, guyde, quater, catle, garten, regate, gtake, garntey, goten, eqate, get'em, gutare, morgate, tate, gaduate, wste, glute, gavie, piagte, gave, eate, gahter, qwote, quade, ocate, garntie, gaher, geture, karte, gane, duagahter, goliate, gunite, garae, dtae, garutee, graite, itte, cigatter, thate, gardem, getgo, gaitor, gaied, gte, katey, jadite, qoate, negoate, gaide, agter, nagate, negiate, guarde, guatar, gaeity, quoate, regata, wate, thgat, gottem, ghetoo, gake, gaget, ghard, gaitar, gat, gabe, gatter, gitar, gtave, negiote, gotee, garce, qyite, guartee, ctahc, wgat, garte, gheto, guiatr, gato, garde, caute, gaather, guote, negete, giatn, goatie, gaved, gaiat, guter, gatsy, gottee, catse, kuate, wghat, glote, wjite, geart, targte, grite, cigartte, kartel, htae, cate, quaite, guiat, gader, gitmo, qadea, guiatar, qater, duaghater, gase, nigate, goate, gae, girtle, grte, gaden, gttr, late, nate, fugata, daqte, geave, gete, takte, gauter, gthey, geate, categoy, fagtie, ganite, geste, gathed, gente, migate, iater, gaite, gaith, gazzete, gootee, gatta, gifte, gath, graete, game, giutar, gavew, gaitey, agte, highgate, gatther, naket, keygate, gavet, wghite, guted, negoaite, ggave, date, gateher, geter, gaue, hagat, gater, gvie, geuter, gace, quaet, gayity, togete, reguate, agito, guiet, caita, scate, got'n, gatto, gteat, gaye, qouate, gahdi, guite, gare, gtten, gaity, cuate, gaeden, kut54eee21, gitter, qyater, quate, gatar, gauntee, goateee, sakte, kate, gottne, gadet, ghoat, agede, goste, quaote, goteen, gaise, agata, guartnee, quatet, togater, quatre, geted, galati, facte, getthe, katar, gadhi, gernate, gestue, qauter, watw, togeater, getti, geater, tghat, gotte, gateau, gardi, gaurteen, getle, pigate, gelati, quiate, kathe, kaite, graoe, gitta, nigata, gate, coate, pagte, qtuoe, gatch, gitto, catte, toghater, goattee, gitare, ceate, hate, gatehr, gueat, firgate, icate, catre, ghave, gifet, cateh, cigarte, vigette, guante, garnte, girate, kater, jayde, gtive, kattie, catie, phate, ghotee, gote, ciggarte, naigate, figute, katiy, qfter, get'er, gaet, gats, katz, gatewy, gwhat, gathe, geade, gaude, gazatte, gatage, getar, qaeda, gatt, gertie, getter, cigartee, cigarteee, katee, geachte, geath, gatine, ggame, gamate, gatwey, gaiude, gawed, geatte, getv, gfet, gget, ganne, gaurtee, gveet, gautair, hekate, katei, katay, lcate, margate, mirgate, quatuiy, tagte, ehte, gthe, yater, yate, gzte, gste, gwte, gqte, ga6e, ga5e, gatw, gatd, gat4, gat3, vgate, gvate, hgate, ghate, ygate, gyate, tgate, gtate, gzate, gazte, gsate, gwate, gawte, gqate, gaqte, gatre, gayte, gatye, ga6te, gat6e, ga5te, gat5e, gatwe, gatew, gatse, gatde, gat4e, gate4, gat3e, gate3, gtae, ggate, gatte, gatee, oate, gcte, ga4e, gatu, gatm, geight, g ate, ga te, gat e.
Definition of gate:
- The gate and gateways of eastern cities anciently held and still hold an important part, not only in the defence but in the public economy of the place. They are thus sometimes taken as representing the city itself. ( Genesis 22:17 ; 24:60 ; 12:12 ; Judges 5:8 ; Ruth 4:10 ; Psalms 87:2 ; 122:2 ) Among the special purposes for which they were used may be mentioned. 1. As places of public resort. ( Genesis 19:1 ; 23:10 ; 34:20 ; 24 ; 1 Samuel 4:18 ) etc. 2. Places for public deliberation, administration of Justice, or of audience for kings and rulers or ambassadors. ( 16:18 ; 21:19 ; 25:7 ; Joshua 20:4 ; Judges 9:35 ) etc. 3. Public markets. ( 2 Kings 7:1 ) In heathen towns the open spaces near the gates appear to have been sometimes used as places for sacrifice. ( Acts 14:13 ) comp 2Kin 23:8 Regarded therefore as positions of great importance, the gates of cities were carefully guarded, and closed at nightfall. ( 3:5 ; Joshua 2:5 Joshua 2:7 ; Judges 9:40 Judges 9:44 ) They contained chambers over the gateway. ( 2 Samuel 18:24 ) The doors themselves of the larger gates mentioned in Scripture were two leaved, plated with metal, closed with locks and fastened with metal bars. ( 3:6 ; Psalms 107:16 ; Isaiah 46:1 Isaiah 46:2 ) Gates not defended by iron were of course liable to be set on fire by an enemy. ( Judges 9:52 ) The gateways of royal palaces and even of private houses were often richly ornamented. Sentences from the law were inscribed on and above the gates. ( 6:9 ; Isaiah 64:12 ; Revelation 21:21 ) The gates of Solomons temple were very massive and costly, being overlaid with gold and carving. ( 1 Kings 6:34 1 Kings 6:35 ; 2 Kings 18:16 ) Those of the holy place were of olive wood, two-leaved and overlaid with gold; those of the temple of fir. ( 1 Kings 6:31 1 Kings 6:32 1 Kings 6:34 ; Ezekiel 41:23 Ezekiel 41:24 )
- Of cities, as of Jerusalem ( Jeremiah 37:13 ; Nehemiah 1:3 ; 2:3 ; 3:3 ), of Sodom ( Genesis 19:1 ), of Gaza ( Judges 16:3 ).
- Of royal palaces ( Nehemiah 2:8 ).
- Of the temple of Solomon ( 1 Kings 6:34 1 Kings 6:35 ; 2 Kings 18:16 ); of the holy place ( 1 Kings 6:31 1 Kings 6:32 ; Ezekiel 41:23 Ezekiel 41:24 ); of the outer courts of the temple, the beautiful gate ( Acts 3:2 ).
- Tombs ( Matthew 27:60 ).
- Prisons ( Acts 12:10 ; 16:27 ).
- Caverns ( 1 Kings 19:13 ).
- Camps ( Exodus 32:26 Exodus 32:27 ; Hebrews 13:12 ). The materials of which gates were made were,
- Iron and brass ( Psalms 107:16 ; Isaiah 45:2 ; Acts 12:10 ).
- Stones and pearls ( Isaiah 54:12 ; Revelation 21:21 ).
- Wood ( Judges 16:3 ) probably. At the gates of cities courts of justice were frequently held, and hence " judges of the gate" are spoken of ( Deuteronomy 16:18 ; 17:8 ; 21:19 ; Deuteronomy 25:6 Deuteronomy 25:7 , etc.). At the gates prophets also frequently delivered their messages ( Proverbs 1:21 ; 8:3 ; Isaiah 29:21 ; Jeremiah 17:19 Jeremiah 17:20 ; 26:10 ). Criminals were punished without the gates ( 1 Kings 21:13 ; Acts 7:59 ). By the " gates of righteousness" we are probably to understand those of the temple ( Psalms 118:19 ). " The gates of hell" ( RSV, " gates of Hades") Matthew 16:18 , are generally interpreted as meaning the power of Satan, but probably they may mean the power of death, denoting that the Church of Christ shall never die. These dictionary topics are fromM.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition,published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Public Domain, copy freely.[ S] indicates this entry was also found in Smith's Bible DictionaryBibliography InformationEaston, Matthew George. " Entry for Gate". " Easton's Bible Dictionary". .
- 1. Aircraft entry and exit point in a designated area in an airport terminal. 2. Refer to logic gate.
- To supply with a gate.
- To punish by requiring to be within the gates at an earlier hour than usual.
- supply with a gate; " The house was gated"
- restrict movement to the dormitory or campus, of British schoolboys, as a means of punishment
- control with a valve or other device that functions like a gate
- passageway ( as in an air terminal) where passengers can embark or disembark
- total admission receipts at a sports event
- restrict ( school boys') movement to the dormitory or campus as a means of punishment
- A large door or passageway in the wall of a city, of an inclosed field or place, or of a grand edifice, etc.; also, the movable structure of timber, metal, etc., by which the passage can be closed.
- An opening for passage in any inclosing wall, fence, or barrier; or the suspended framework which closes or opens a passage. Also, figuratively, a means or way of entrance or of exit.
- A door, valve, or other device, for stopping the passage of water through a dam, lock, pipe, etc.
- The places which command the entrances or access; hence, place of vantage; power; might.
- In a lock tumbler, the opening for the stump of the bolt to pass through or into.
- The channel or opening through which metal is poured into the mold; the ingate.
- The waste piece of metal cast in the opening; a sprue or sullage piece.
- A way; a path; a road; a street ( as in Highgate).
- Manner; gait.
- An opening to allow entrance or passage; a frame or door which opens or closes such an entrance; a valve.
- A passage into a city, inclosure, or any large building: a frame in the entrance into any inclosure: an entrance.
- Passage- way; frame for closing an entrance.
- A passageway, as in a fence; a portal; also, a movable frame that serves to close it.
- Any means of access, power; supremacy.
- An entrance door to a city, castle, & c.; a large frame of wood moving on hinges which opens or closes any passage; a door.