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Chewing the Cud
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Chewing the Cud
Chewing the Cud [Heb. gērâ-‘cud,’ gārār gērâ- ‘ruminate,’ ma‘aleh haggērâ-‘bringing up the cud’]. One of the marks of cleanliness in a quadruped, given in Lev. 11:3 and Dt. 14:6. Among the animals considered fit for food are therefore included the ox, the sheep, the goat, the hart, the gazelle,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CHEW; CUD
CHEW; CUD<choo>, <chu>, (מַעֲלֶה ססִנֵגֵּרָה‎ [màaleh gerah], literally “bringing up” (American Revised Versions margin), i.e. “chewing the cud,” from garar, “to roll,” “ruminate”): One of the marks of cleanliness, in the sense of fitness for food, of a quadruped, given in Leviticus 11:3 and
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Chew, Cud
CHEW, cho̅o̅, chū, CUD (מַעֲלֶה גֵּרָה‎, ma‛ăleh gērāh, lit. “bringing up” [ARVm], i.e. “chewing the cud,” from gārar, “to roll,” “ruminate”): One of the marks of cleanliness, in the sense of fitness for food, of a quadruped, given in Lev 11:3 and Dt 14:6, is the chewing of the cud. Among the animals
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