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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Cast
Cast The verb is used archaically in the AV in several expressions. In Jer. 41:14 “cast about” (Heb. sāḇaḇ) means “turned around”; “thine olive shall cast his fruit” (Dt. 28:40, nāšal) means the olives will drop from the tree; “casteth her calf” (Job 21:10, šāḵōl; also RSV) means “miscarries” (cf.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CAST
CASTIn general “to throw,” with various degrees of violence; usually, with force, but not so necessarily, as e.g. in “cast a net,” “cast lots.” When applied to molten metal, as in English, first, “to let run. into molds,” with reference to their descent by gravity, and, then, “to form,” as
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Cast
Cast, “a stone’s cast,” the distance a stone is thrown (Luke 22:41). To cast is to mould melted metal (Ex. 25:12). To cast out of the synagogue means an act of excommunication (John 9:22 and 34). God casting men’s sins behind his back or into the depths of the sea denotes his forgiveness of them (Isa.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Cast
CAST: In general “to throw,” with various degrees of violence; usually, with force, but not so necessarily, as e.g. in “cast a net,” “cast lots.” When applied to molten metal, as in Eng., first, “to let run into molds,” with reference to their descent by gravity, and, then, “to form,” as in Ex 25:12,