Ger

Ger may refer to:

  • Ger (Hasidic dynasty), a Hasidic dynasty from Góra Kalwaria
  • Ger, a rune of the Anglo-Saxon fuþorc; see Jeran
  • Ger (weapon), the javelin of the Germanic tribe of the Teutons
  • Germany (Ger.)
  • German language (Ger.)
  • Granular endoplasmic reticulum (gER)
  • Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER)

Ger may also be used for:

  • Ger toshav, the biblical term for a resident alien
  • Proselyte, derived from the Septuagint translation of ger as proselytos
  • Convert to Judaism (Modern Hebrew: Ger)
  • Góra Kalwaria, Mazovian Voivodship, Poland
  • Ger, the Mongolian word for yurt, a portable felt dwelling

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