Flange • Settle • Settle (Ledge)
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ledge[Heb karkōḇ (Ex. 27:5; 38:4), ʿazārâ (Ezk. 43:14, 17, 20; 45:19)]; AV also COMPASS, SETTLE; NEB also PEDESTAL, PEDESTAL-BLOCK.The ledge described in Ex. 27:5; 38:4 was a shelflike, horizontal projection halfway down the altar of burnt offering that stood in the court of the tabernacle. Its
Settle The noun, denoting a wooden bench, is used by the AV to render Heb. ʾazārâ (Ezk. 43:14, etc.). The RSV more appropriately renders “ledge.” See Ledge.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
FLANGE - a connecting clamp or collar on the bronze carts in Solomon’s Temple (1 Kin. 7:35-36; ledges, KJV; stays, NRSV, NASB; supports, NIV).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
LEDGE<lej> (שָׁלָב‎ [shalabh]): The word in the sense of side-projection is used in 1 Kings 7:28, 29 in connection with the bases of Solomon’s MOLTEN SEA (which see); in 7:35, 36, where the King James Version uses the same word, the Revised Version (British and American) has “stay” ([yadh],
SETTLE (1)<set’-’-l> ([עֲזָרָה‎, ̀azarah]): For this word in Ezekiel 43:14, 17, 20; 45:19, the American Standard Revised Version and the English Revised Version margin substitute more correctly “ledge.”See TEMPLE.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
ledge. This English term is used to render several Hebrew words, such as karkōb H4136, referring to a rim half way between the base and the top of the altar in the tabernacle (Exod. 27:5; 38:4), and ʿăzārâ H6478, used of two ledges forming part of the altar described in Ezekiel’s vision of a future
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
LEDGE, lej (שָׁלָב‎, shālābh): The word in the sense of side-projection is used in 1 K 7:28, 29 in connection with the bases of Solomon’s Molten Sea (q.v.); in vs 35, 36, where AV uses the same word, RV has “stay” (yādh, lit. “hand”). RV likewise has “ledge” (round) for AV “compass” (karkōbh) in the
Settle (1)
SETTLE, set´’l (עֲזָרָה‎, ‛ǎzārāh): For this word in Ezk 43:14, 17, 20; 45:19, ARV and ERVm substitute more correctly “ledge.” See Temple.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
LEDGE [כַּרְכֹּבkarkov, עֲזָרָהʿazarah]. Part of the ALTAR in the TABERNACLE and in Ezekiel’s ideal temple (Exod 27:5; 38:4; Ezek 43:14, 17, 20; 45:19). The function of the ledge is unknown. It may have been merely decorative. The altar of the tabernacle includes a single ledge between the base and
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