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Gehazi

Gehazi in the Bible, the servant of Elisha who, when his master has healed Naaman of leprosy, surreptitiously follows the Syrian to claim the reward which the prophet has refused; he is punished for his dishonesty by himself becoming a leper.

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Gehazi

Gehazi (gēhā´zī), in the Bible, Elisha's dishonest servant.

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