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Cluster
Bunch • Clusters
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Cluster; Bunch
Cluster; Bunch [Heb. ’eškōl,’ag̱uddâ, ṣimmûqîm; Gk. bótrys]. The common word for a cluster of grapes is Heb. ’eŝkōl (Gen. 40:10; Nu. 13:23; Isa. 65:8; Cant. 7:8; etc.). The same word is used with henna flowers (Cant. 1:14) and dates (7:7). See also Eshcol.The Heb. ṣimmûqîm refers to raisin
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CLUSTER
CLUSTER<klus’-ter>:1. [אֶשְׁכֹּל‎, ’eshkol]; compare proper name VALE OF ESHCOL. (which see), from root meaning “to bind together.” A cluster or bunch of grapes (Genesis 40:10; Numbers 13:23; Isaiah 65:8; Song 7:8; Micah 7:1, etc.); a cluster of henna flowers (Song 1:14); a cluster
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Cluster
CLUSTER, klusʹtẽr:(1) אֶשְׁכֹּל‎, ’eshkōl; cf proper name Vale of Eshcol (q.v.), from root meaning “to bind together.” A cluster or bunch of grapes (Gen 40:10; Nu 13:23; Isa 65:8; Cant 7:8; Mic 7:1, etc); a cluster of henna flowers (Cant 1:14); a cluster of dates (Cant 7:7). “Their grapes are grapes