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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Goats’ Hair
Goats’ Hair (עֵז‎, ez). Commonly used in weaving. Used to make curtains for the tabernacle (Exod 26:7; 36:14). Also used to make rope, pillows, and saddlebags (Exod 25:4, 35:6, 26; Num 31:20; 1 Sam 19:13–16).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Goats’ Hair
Goats’ Hair The word for goat (Heb. ʿēz) is used elliptically to mean goats’ hair, which was used in the tabernacle furnishings in the form of curtains (Ex. 26:7; 36:14). Spun goats’ hair was probably used in the Midianite and Israelite camps in making tent ropes, rugs, provision sacks, and saddlebags
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
GOATS' HAIR
GOATS’ HAIR([עֵז‎, ’ez]): The word for she-goat is used elliptically to mean goats’ hair, which was used in the tabernacle furnishings in the form of curtains (Ex 26:7; 36:14). Goats’ hair was probably used in the Midianite and Israelite camps in much the same way as in the Bedouin camps today (compare
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Goats’ Hair
GOATS’ HAIR (עֵז‎, ‛ēz): The word for she-goat is used elliptically to mean goats’ hair, which was used in the tabernacle furnishings in the form of curtains (Ex 26:7; 36:14). Goats’ hair was probably used in the Midianite and Israelitish camps in much the same way as in the Bedouin camps today (cf Nu
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