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Maimed
Maim
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Maimed
Maimed [Heb. niphal of šāḇar] (Zec. 11:16); AV “that that is broken”; NEB INJURED; [Gk. kyllós] (Mt. 15:30f.; 18:8; Mk. 9:43); AV also HALT; NEB also CRIPPLED; [anápēros] (Lk. 14:13, 21); NEB CRIPPLED.The niphal part nišbār/nišbereṯ “maimed, crippled,” in its few applications specifically
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Maimed
MAIMED (from Heb. ḥāraṣ, to “wound,” Lev. 22:22). To be deprived by violence of some necessary member. Such sacrifices were not allowed to be offered. See Lame; Sacrifices; and Diseases: Maimed.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
MAIMED
MAIMED<mam’-d> (חָרוּ׳‎ [charuts]; [κυλλός, kullos], [ἀνάπηρος, anaperos]): The condition of being mutilated or rendered imperfect as the result of accident, in contrast to congenital malformation. An animal thus affected was declared to be unfit to be offered in sacrifice as a peace offering (Lev
A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels: Aaron–Zion
Maimed
MAIMED.—This term signifies disabled by wounding or mutilation; deprived of the use of a necessary constitutive part of the body; mutilated; rendered unable to defend oneself or to discharge necessary functions. In Mt 15:30 and Mk 9:43 κυλλός is the word employed and is tr. ‘maimed’ in both AV and RV.
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Maimed
MAIMED Mutilated, disfigured, or seriously injured, especially by loss of a limb (Matt. 18:8; Mark 9:43). In the ancient world the maimed had difficulty finding work and relied on the generosity of others (Luke 14:13). A worthless shepherd (leader) does not care for the maimed (Zech. 11:16 NRSV). Christ,
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Maimed
MAIMED, mām’d (חָרוּץ‎, ḥārūç; κυλλός, kullós, ἀνάπηρος, anápēros): The condition of being mutilated or rendered imperfect as the result of accident, in contrast to congenital malformation. An animal thus affected was declared to be unfit to be offered in sacrifice as a peace offering (Lev 22:22);