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The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
FLESH HOOK. The directions given Moses for the altar of burnt offerings included the “flesh hooks” (Ex 27:3), which were to be made of bronze in the tabernacle and gold in the temple (1 Chr 28:17). (1 Sam 2:13) describes the flesh hooks as having three teeth and being used by the priest to take up his
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Fork. The Bible contains no references to forks as eating utensils, perhaps meaning that bread and meat were eaten by hand in Palestine and the ancient Near East. A three-pronged fork (Heb. mazlēg̱; KJV “fleshhook”) was used by the priests to remove their portions of sacrifices (1 Sam. 2:13–14);
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Flesh-hook—a many-pronged fork used in the sacrificial services (1 Sam. 2:13, 14; Ex. 27:3; 38:3) by the priest in drawing away the flesh. The fat of the sacrifice, together with the breast and shoulder (Lev. 7:29–34), were presented by the worshipper to the priest. The fat was burned on the alter (3:3–5),
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
FLESH HOOK - an implement with three prongs used by the sons of Eli to handle meat provided for sacrifices in the tabernacle (1 Sam. 2:13, 14). The KJV also uses this word for an implement used in the Temple (Ex. 27:3; Num. 4:14; fork, NKJV; NIV). Both these tools were probably a three-pronged fork.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary