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A belt made of leather, linen, silk, gold or silver (2 Kgs 1:8; Jer 13:1; Ezek 16:10; Dan 10:5; Matt 3:4; Rev 1:13; 15:6). The Old Testament sometimes mentions it symbolically as a sign of grandeur or dignity (e.g., Isa 3:24; Job 12:18–21).
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girdle (Lat. cingulum, Gk. ζώνη). As an article of liturgical attire, a normal accompaniment of the *alb, and hence one of the six Eucharistic vestments. It is held to typify sacerdotal chastity and, in ref. to Lk. 12:35–8, spiritual watchfulness. In the E. Church, where it takes the form of a broad
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Girdle, an essential article of dress in the East, and worn by both men and women. The common girdle was made of leather, 2 Kings 1:8; Matt. 3:4, like that worn by the Bedouins of the present day. A finer girdle was made of linen, Jer. 13:1; Ezek. 16:10, embroidered with silk, and sometimes with gold
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