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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Dish
Dish. A vessel, usually made of baked clay or metal, used in everyday life and in religious ceremony. Dishes were to serve or preserve food (Jgs 5:25; Mt 26:23; Mk 14:20). They had to be wiped and left to dry (2 Kgs 21:13), but later the Pharisees added a ritual cleansing as well (Mt 23:25–26; Lk 11:39).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Dish
Dish [Heb. kap̱] (Ex. 25:29; 37:16; Nu. 4:7; 7:14ff; 1 K. 7:50; 2 K. 25:14; 2 Ch. 4:22; 24:14; Jer. 52:18f); AV SPOON; NEB SAUCER; [ṣallaḥaṯ] (2 K. 21:13; Prov. 19:24; 26:15); AV also BOSOM; NEB also PLATE; [Gk trýblion] (Mt. 26:23; Mk. 14:20); NEB BOWL; [pínax] (Lk. 11:39); AV PLATTER; NEB PLATE.
Plate
Plate [Heb. qeʿārâ] (Ex. 25:29; 37:16; Nu. 4:7; 7:13, etc.); AV DISH, CHARGER; NEB DISH; [ṣîṣ] (Ex. 28:36; 39:30; Lev. 8:9); NEB ROSETTE; [maḥaḇaṯ] (Ezk. 4:3); AV PAN; NEB GRIDDLE; [paḥ] (Nu. 16:38 [MT 17:3]); [Gk. paropsís] (Mt. 23:25f); AV PLATTER; NEB DISH. A flat household utensil used
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Dish
DISH A vessel, usually made of baked clay or metal, used in everyday life and in religious ceremony. Dishes were used to serve or preserve food (Jgs 5:25; Mt 26:23; Mk 14:20). They had to be wiped and left to dry (2 Kgs 21:13), but later the Pharisees added a ritual cleansing as well (Mt 23:25–26; Lk
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Dish
DISH1. The “lordly dish” (Jdg 5:25, KJV) represents the Heb. sēpel ˒addı̂rı̂m, lit., “a bowl of nobles.” Possibly in the time of the judges this was a handsome Cypriote milk bowl with “wishbone” handle. Or Jael’s dish, her one prized possession, may have been a large bronze bowl, since Heb. sēpel
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Dish
Dish. †A vessel for serving and preserving food (Heb. ṣallaḥaṯ; Prov. 19:24 par. 26:15; Gk. trýblion; Matt. 26:23 par. Mark 14:20) or for presentation of incense or cereal offerings (Heb. kap̱ “hand, palm”; Exod. 25:29; 37:16; Num. 4:7; 7:13–14).In figurative usage the Israelite prophets
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Dish
DISH. The rendering of several Heb. and Gk. terms:1. Sēpel, “low.” Probably a shallow pan (a “dish” [NASB and NIV, “bowl”] of “curds,” curdled milk, Judg. 5:25; “bowl” of water, 6:38).2. Ṣēlāḥâ, something to “pour” into, probably a platter (2 Kings 21:13, NASB, KJV, NIV, “dish.”3. Q˓ārâ, something
Spoons
SPOONS (Heb. kap; KJV, NASB). In the KJV and sometimes the NASB, containers for incense. The NASB sometimes uses the term pans to refer to these utensils. See Tabernacle of Israel: Furniture.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Dish
Dishfor eating from (2 Kings 21:13). Judas dipped his hand with a “sop” or piece of bread in the same dish with our Lord, thereby indicating friendly intimacy (Matt. 26:23). The “lordly dish” in Judg. 5:25 was probably the shallow drinking cup, usually of brass. In Judg. 6:38 the same Hebrew word is
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Dish
DISH — a utensil for holding or serving food. In biblical times dishes usually were made of clay, although the wealthy classes sometimes used dishes of precious metal.Many different types of dishes and bowls were used by the people of the ancient world. Jael provided Sisera with food in a “lordly bowl” (Judg.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
DISH
DISHThe rendering in English Versions of the Bible in some connections of three Hebrew and one Greek word. The qe`arah of Exodus 25:29; 37:16; Numbers 4:7 was apparently a kind of salver, in this case of gold, for holding the loaves of the “presence bread.” The same word represents the silver
PLATE
PLATE<plat>: A term seemingly not used in the Bible for a dish as it is so commonly used at present, but always for a tablet or sheet of metal.1. [צִיץ, tsits] (Exodus 28:36; 39:30; Leviticus 8:9), a plate of gold on the front of the mitre of the high priest. The name seems to have been given
SPOON
SPOON<spoon> ([tK", kaph]; Septuagint [θυΐσκη, thuiske], except in Jer 52:18, where it is [κρεάγρα, kreagra], literally, “fork”): A hollow vessel, a censer; a small vessel in which incense was to be burnt, as is seen from the account given in Nu 7 of the oblations of the princes of the tribes
A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels: Aaron–Zion
Dish
DISH.—1. The only place in the NT (EV) where this word is found is in the record of the betrayal of Jesus given by two of the Synoptists (Mt 26:23, Mk 14:20).The form of the Greek equivalent (τρύβλιον, Vulg. catinum [Mk 14:20], but in Mt 26:23 Vulg. has paropsis, for which see below) is that of a diminutive,
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Dish
DISH Utensil for holding or serving food. The OT uses three terms for dish: a large, shallow metal dish (Judg. 5:25; 6:38), a platter (2 Kings 21:13), and a deep dish or bowl (Exod. 25:29; 37:16; Num. 4:7; 7:13). Dishes were generally made of earthenware. Those made of wood were more highly prized (Lev.
Plate
PLATE 1. Shallow vessel from which food is eaten or served. See Pottery. 2. Sheet of metal (Exod. 28:36; Num. 16:38).
Spoon
SPOON KJV translation for the dish in which incense was burned in the tabernacle and temple (Num. 7:14). Other translations are “gold bowl” (HCSB), “gold pan” (NASB), “golden dish” (NRSV), and “gold dish” (NIV). The 12 dishes were made of 10 shekels of gold (vv. 84–86). See Incense; Vessels and Utensils.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 2, D–G
Dish
dish. This English term may be used to render several Hebrew words, especially kap H4090, which literally means “palm [of the hand]” but can also refer to objects that have a comparable shape (e.g., Exod. 25:29; 37:16; Num. 4:7; 7:14). In the NT it is used to render Greek paropsis G4243 (e.g., Matt.