The baby name Gibbethon is a boy name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "gib-uh-thun".
Gibbethon is Hebrew in Origin.
Gibbethon is a biblical name that means "a high place" or "a hill." It is mentioned in the Old Testament as a city in the territory of the tribe of Dan, located in the southern part of Israel. According to the Bible, Gibbethon was conquered by the Philistines during the reign of King Solomon. The name Gibbethon is not commonly used as a given name in modern times, but it may be used as a surname or a place name.
The gender of the name Gibbethon is masculine. The pronunciation of Gibbethon is jib-uh-thawn, with the stress on the second syllable. The origin of the name is Hebrew, and it is derived from the word "gibah," which means "hill" or "high place." The name may also be spelled as Gibbethun or Gibbethan.
The name Gibbethon is composed of two Hebrew words: "gibah" and "ton." "Gibah" means "hill" or "high place," while "ton" is a suffix that means "town" or "settlement." Therefore, the name Gibbethon can be interpreted as "hill town" or "settlement on a hill." The name may have been given to the city of Gibbethon because of its location on a hill or because it was a fortified town that provided a strategic advantage in times of war.