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Entrails
Purtenance
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Entrails
Entrails [Heb. qereḇ] (Ex. 29:13, 17, 22; Lev. 1:9, 13; 3:3f.; 4:8, 11; 7:3; 8:16f.; 9:14); AV INWARDS; [kāḇer] (Prov. 7:23); AV LIVER; NEB VITALS. The inner organs of sacrificial animals. In the case of the burnt offering they were burned, after cleansing, with the whole of the offering. For the
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 4, M–P
Purtenance
purtenance. This rarely used English term, referring to the viscera or entrails of an animal, occurs once in the KJV (Exod. 12:9, where it is applied to the “inner parts” of the Passover lamb).
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