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Lapped • Lappeth • Lapping • Laps
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
LAP. As a noun, this word refers to the fold in the garment in which articles were carried (Prov 16:33; Neh 5:13). The two top corners of the upper garment were joined together. After the loop was placed over one shoulder, the formed apron was used to carry herbs, loaves, grain, and other articles (Ps
LAPPED, LAPPETH. To drink by licking up the liquid with the tongue as dogs and cats do. Gideon was instructed by God to use this as a test for diminishing the number of his soldiers, so that the Israelites would not later boastfully claim they had won the victory over the Midianites by their own human
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Lapping—of water like a dog, i.e., by putting the hand filled with water to the mouth. The dog drinks by shaping the end of his long thin tongue into the form of a spoon, thus rapidly lifting up water, which he throws into his mouth. The three hundred men that went with Gideon thus employed their hands
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
LAPPED, LAPS — to drink by licking up liquid with the tongue. The Lord told Gideon this would be the standard by which his army would be tested. Those who lapped water with their tongues, as a dog laps, would be retained for battle. Those who got down on their knees to drink would be sent home (Judg.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5