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to them; Behold, therefore I will
Matth. 111, 4. And the same John her all thy lovers, with whom Jer, xxxviii, 12. And Ebed. had his raiment of camel's hair, thou hast taken pleasure, and all melech the Ethiopian said unto and a leathern girdle about his tem that thou hast loved, with all Jeremiah, Put now these old cast loins..... Den that thou hast hated; I will clouts and rotten rags under thine John xiii, 5. After that he poureren gather them round about arm-holes under the cords. And eth water into a bagon, and began agaiost thee, and will discover thy Jeremiah did so.
to wash the disciples' feet, and to nakedness into them, that they may see all thy nakedness. Ezek. xiii, 18. And say, Thug wipe them with the towel whereEHk. xxiii, 9, 10, 18, 27 - 29. saith the Lord God, Woe to the
with he was girded. Wherefore I have delivered her roomen that sew pillows to all arm- Acts xxi, 11. And when he was
come unto ug, he took Paul's into the hand of her lovers, into holes, and make kerchiefs upon the hand of the Assyrians, upon souls! Will ye hunt the souls of and feet, and sail, Thus saith the
the head of every stature, to hunt girdle, and bound his own hands whom sho doted. These discovered her nakedness; they took my people, and will ye save the Holy Ghost, So shall the Jews at souls alive that come unto you?
Jerusalem bind the man that ber sons and her daughters, and elew her with the sword: and she
owneth this girille, and shall debecame famous among women; for
SHEETS IN MARGIN.
liver him into the hands of the
Gentiles. they had executed judgment upon
SHIRTS. her. So she discovered her whore
Judges xiv, 12, 13. And Samson doms, and discovered her naked, said unto them, I will now put
2 Sam. xxii, 40. For thou hast Dess: then my mind was alienated forth a riddle unto you: if ye can girded me with strength to battle: from her, like as my mind was certainly declare it'me within the them that rose up against me alienated from her sister. Thus seven days of the feast, and find last thou subdued under me. will I make thy lewdness to cease it ont, then I will give you thirty Job xii, 18. Ile looseth the bond from thee, and thy whoredom sheets, and thirty change of gar- of kings, and girdeth their loing brought from the land of Egypt; so ments: But if ye cannot declare it with a girdle. that thou shalt not lift up thine me, then shall ye give me thirty eyes into them, nor remember sheets, and thirty change of gar- eth me with strength, and maketh
P3. xviii. 32. It is God that girdEgypt any more. For thus saith ments. And they said unto him, my way perfect. the Lord Gon, Behold, I will de- Put forth thy riddle, that we may liver thee into the hand of them hear it.
Ps. Ixv, 6. Which by his strengtlı whom thou hatest, into the hand of
setteth fast the mountains; being tem from whom thy mind is
girded with power. alienated: And they shall deal
Ps. xciii, 1. The LORD reigneth; with thee hatefully, and shall take Exod. xxxix, 29. And a girdle of he is clothed with majesty; the away all thy labour, and shall fine twineil-linen, and blue, and LORD is clothed with strength, leave thee naked and bare; and purple, and scarlet, of needle- whereiith he hath girded himthe nakedness of thy whoredoms work; as the LORD commanded self: the world also is stablished, shall be Biscovered, both thy lewd. Moses.
that it cannot be moved. Dess and thy whoredoms.
Lev. vill, 7. And he put upon
Ps. cix, 19. Let it be unto him Hosea li, 3, 10. Lest I strip her him the coat, and girded him with as the garment which covereth Daked, and set her as in the day the girdle, and clothed him with him, and for a girdle wherewith that she was born. And now will the robe, and put the ephod upon he is girded continually. I discover her lewdness in the him, and he girded hin with the sight of ber lovers, and none shall curious girdle of the ephod, and
Isa. xi, 5. And righteousness deliver her out of mine hand. bound it unto him therewith.
shall be the girdle of his loins,
and faithfulness the girdle of his Micak i, 11. Pass ye away, thou 1 Sam. ii, 18. But Samuel min
reins. Inhabitant of Saphir, having thy istered before the LORD, being a
1:a. xxil, 21. And I will clotho sharge naked; the inhabitant of child girded with a linen ephod. Zaanan came not forth in the
him with thy robe, and strengthen mourning of Beth-ezel; he shall
2 Sam, xviii, 11. And Joab said him with thy girdle, and I will receive of you his standing
unto the map that told him, And, commit thy government into his
behold, thou sawest him; and why hand; and he shall be a father to OTHER PORTIONS OF DRESS.
didst thou not smite him there to the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and
the ground? and I would have to the house of Judah. FOR HEAD.
given thee ten shekels of silver, Isa. xlv, 5. I am the LORD, and Erod. xxviii, 40. And for Aaron's and a girdle.
there is none else, there is no God Fods, thou shalt make coats, and
2 Kings i, 8. And they answer. besides me: I girded thee, though Thou shalt make for them girdles, ed him. He was an hairy man, thou hast not known me. aart bonnets shalt thou make for and girt with a girdle of leather them, for glory and for beauty.
Jer. xiii, 1, 10. Thus saith the about his loins, And he said, It is | Lord unto me. Go and get thee a Lee. viii, 13. And Moses brought | Elijah the Tishbite.
linen girdle, and put it upon thy Aaron's sons, and pit coats upon Prov. xxxi, 17, 24. She girdeth loins, and put it not in water. them, and girded them with gir- her loins
with strength, and This evil people, which refuse to dles, and put bonnets upon them; strengtheneth her arms. She hear my words, which walk in as the LORD commanded Moses.
maketh fine linen and selleth it; the imagination of their heart, Erk. xxii, 42. And a voice of a and delivereth girdles unto the and walk after other gods, to multitude being at case was with merchant.
serve them, and to worship them; her; and with the men of the com- Ezek. xxiii, 15. Girded with shall even be as this girdle, which mon sort were brought Sabeans girdles upon their loins, exceeding is good for nothing. from the wilderness, which prit in dyed attire upon their heads, John xxi, 18. Verily, verily, I bracelets upon their hands, and all of them princas to look to, say unto thee, When thou wast heartful crowns upon their after the inanner of the Babylon-young, thou girdedst thyself, and heals.
ians of Chaldea, the land of their walkedst whither thou wouldest; (5x Baly, HEAD and NECK.) nativity,
but when thou shalt be old, thou
shalt stretch forth thy hands, an!! 1 Kings ii, 5. Moreover, thou VAIL, A LARGE AND another shall gird theo, and carry knowest also what Joab the son
SPECIAL PART OF FEMALL thee whither thou wouldest not. of Zeruiah dil to me, and what he
DRESS. Rev. i, 13. And in the midst of dil to the two captains of the
Gen. xxiv, 65. For she had said the seven candlesticks one like hosts of Israel, unto Abner the unto the Son of man, clothed with son of Ner, and unto Amasa the unto the servant. What man is this a garment down to the foot, and son of Jether, whom he slew, and that walketh in the field to meet
us? And the servant had said, it girt about the paps with a golden shed the blood of war in peace, girdle.
and put the blood of war upon is my master: therefore she took a Rev. xv, 6. And the seven angels his girdle that was about his vail, and covered herself.
loins, and in his shoes that were Gen. xxxviil, 14. And she put came out of the temple, having on his feet.
her widow's garments off from the seven plagues, clothed in pure and white linen, and having their Isa. xx, 2. At the same time her, and covered her with a vail,
and wrapped herself, and sat in an breasts girded with golden girdles. spake the Lord by Isaiah tho son
of Amoz, saying, (io and loose the open place, which is by the way to TO GIRD UP THE LOINS,
sackcloth from off thy loins, and Timnath: for she saw that Shelah put oir thy shoe from thy foot.
was grown, and she was not given WAS A PREPARATION FOR And he did
unto him to wife. so, walking naked and
barefoot. WORK, IN FASTENING UP
Ruth iii, 15. Also he said, Bring
the vail that thou hast upon thee, THEIR LOOSE AND FLOW- Mark vi, 9. But be shod with and hold it. And when she held ING GARMENTS.
sandals; and not put on two coats. it, he measured sis measures of Exod. xii, 11. And thus shall yo Luke xxii. 35. And he said unto barley, and laid it on her: and she eat it; with your loins girded, your them, When I sent you without went into the city. shoes on your feet, and your stafi purse, and scrip, and shoes, lacked Çant. v, 7. .
The keepers in your hand; and ye shall eat it ye any thing? And they said, of the walls took away my vail in haste: it is the LORD's pass-Nothing.
from me. over.
Acts xii, 8. And the angel said 1 Kings xvill, 46. And the hand
VARIOUS CLASSES OF unto bim, Gird thyself and bind of the Lord was on Elijah; and he on thy sandals. And so he did.
SOCIETY DISTINGUISHED girded up his loins, and ran before
BY THEIR DRESS. Ahab to the entrance of Jezreel.
Cant. v, 14. Ilis hands are as 1 Kings xx, 32. So they girded P3. 1x, 8. Moab is my wash-pot; gold rings set with the beryl; his sackcloth on their loins, and put over Edom will I cast out my belly is as bright ivory overlaid ropes on their heads, and came to shoe. .....
with sapphires. the king of Israel.
Isa. V, 27.
Neither shall Dan. V, 29. Then commander
the girdle of their loins bo loosed, Belshazzar, and they clothed Luke xii, 35. Let your loing he nor the latchet of their shoes be Daniel with scarlet, and put a girled about, and your lights broken.
chain of gold about his neck, and burning
Amos ii, 6. Thus saith the LORD, him, that he should be the third
made a proclamation concerning 1 Peter i, 13. Wherefore gird up for three transgressions of Israel, ruler in the kingdom. the loins of your mind. ..... and for four, I will not turn away the punishment thereof; because
Ezek. xxiii, 42. And a voice of BREECHES, they sold the righteous for silver,
a multitude being at ease was (See under PRIESTS.) and the poor for a pair of shoes.
with her: and with the men of the
common sort were bronght SaMatth. iii, 11. I indeed baptize beans from the wilderness, which SIIOLS AND SANDALS.
you with water unto repentance; I put bracelets upon their hands,
but he that cometh after me is and beautiful crowns upon their Exod. iii, 5. And he said, Draw mightier than I, whose shoes I am heads. not nigh hither: put off thy shoes not worthy to bear. .... from off thy feet; for the place
James ii, 2, 3. For if there come whereon thou standest is holy Mark i, 7. And preached, say unto your assembly a man with a ground.
ing, There cometh one mightier gold ring, in goodiy apparel, and Exod. xii, 11. And thus shall yo whose shoes I am not worthy to vilo raiment; And ye have re
than I after me, the latchet of there come in also a poor man in ent it, with your Joins girded, stoop down and unloose. your shoes on your feet. . .
spect to him that weareth the many Deut. xxix, 5. And I have led
Luke xv, 22. But the father saia clothing, and say unto him, sit to his servants, Bring forth the to the poor, Stand thou there, or
thou bere in a good place; and say von forty years in the wilderness: your clothes are not waxen old best robe, and put it on him; and
sit here under my footstool. upon you, and thy shoo is not put a ring on his hand, and shoes waxen old upon thy foot. on his feet.
DRESS, ORNAMENT, AND Deut. xxxiii, 25. Thy shoes shall
PERFUME, ESPECIALLY OF be iron and brass; and as thy days, TIED WITII A THONG.
FEMALES. so shall thy strength be.
Gen. xiv, 23. That I will not take Josh, v, 15. And the captain of from a thread even to a shoe- and said, Whose daughter art
Gen. xxiv. 47. And I asked her, the Lord's host said unto Joshua, latchet, and that I will not take thou? And she said, The dang 12Loose thy shoe from off thy foot, any thing that is thine, lest thou ter of Dethuel, Nahor's son, whom for the place wheron thou stand-shouldest say, I have made Abram Milcah bare unto him: and I put est is holy. And Joshuu did so. rich,
the earring upon her face, and the Josh. ix, 13. ....
These our John i, 27. IIe it is, who, coming bracelets upon her bands. garments and our shoes are bo-after me, is preferred before me, Juriges viii, 24-26. And Gideon come olil by reason of the very whose shoe's latchet I am not said unto them, I would desire long journey. worthy to unloose.
a request of you, that ye would gtre me erery man the earrings. Isa. Ixi, 10. I will greaty rejoice their clothes, and faded every map of his prey: (for they had golden in the Lord, my soul shall be joy- his ass, and returned to the city. earrings, because they were Ish- ful in my God; for he hath clothed
Lev. xiii, 45. And the leper, in maelites.) And they answered, me with the garments of salva- whom the plague is, his clothes We will willingly give them. And tion, he hath covered me with the shall be rent, and his head bare, they spread a garment, and did robe of righteousness, as a bride and he shall put a covering upon cast therein every man the ear-groom decketh himself with orna- his upper lip, and shall cry, Unrings of his prey. And the weight ments, and as a bride adorneth clean, unclean. of the golden earrings that he re- herself with her jewels. quested was a thousand and seven
Num. xiv, 6. And Joshua the son
Jer. xiii, 11. For as the girdle of Nun, and Caleb the son of hundred shekels of gold, beside cleaveth to the loins of a man, so Jephunneh, which were of them ornaments and collars, and purple bave I caused to cleave unto me
that raiment that was on the kings of the whole house of Israel, and the
searched the land, rent Midian, and beside the chains that
their clothes. whole house of Judah, saith the toere about their camels' necks. LORD.
1 Sam, iv, 12. And there ran a Px.slv, 8, 13, 14. All thy garments Jer. iv, 30. And when thou art and came to Shiloh the same day,
man of Benjamin out of the army, smell of myrrh, and aloes, and cas- spoiled, what wilt thou do? Though with his clothes rent, and with sia, out of the ivory palaces where thou clothest thyself with crimson, earth upon his head. by they have made thee glad. though thou deckest thee with orThe king's daughter is all glorious naments of gold, though thou rent
2 Sam. 1, 11. Then David took within: her clothing is of wrought est thy face with painting, in vain hold on his clothes, and rent them, gold. She shall be brought unto shalt ihou make thyself fair, thy and likewise all the men that were the king in raiment of needle-lovers will despise thee, they will with him. work: the virgins her companions seek thy life
2 Sam. xiii, 30, 31. And it came that follow her shall be brought Erek. xv1,11,12. I decked thee also to pass, while they were in the unto thee.
with ornaments, and I put brace-way, that tidings came to David, Prov. xxxi, 21, 25. She is not lets upon thy hands, and a chain saying, Absalom hath slain all the afraid of the snow for her house on thy neck. And I put a jewel king's sons, and there is not one hold; for all her household are on thy forehead, and earrings in of them left. Then the king arose, clothed with scarlet, Strength and thine ears, and a beautiful crown
and tore bis garments, and lay on honour are her clothing, and she upon thine head.
the earth; and all his servants shall rejoice in time to come. Matt. xxvi, 7. There came unto
stood by with their clothes rent. Çant. 1, 10, 11. Thy cheeks are him a woman having an alabaster- 2 Kings 11, 12. And Elisha saw comely with rows of jewels, thy box of very precious ointment, it, and he cried, My father, my neck with chains of gold. We and poured it on his head, as he father, the chariot of Israel, and
the horsemen thereof. And he will make thee borders of golu, sat at meat. with studs of silver.
Rev. xviii, 16. And saying, Alas, saw, him no more: and he took
hold of his own clothes, and rent Cant. vii. 1. How beautiful are alas, that great city, that was thy feet with shoes, o prince's clothed in fine linen, and purple, them in two pieces. daughter the joints of thy thighs and scarlet, and decked with gold, 2 Kings xi, 14. And when she are like jewels, the work of ibe and precious stones, and pearls! looked, behold, the king stood by a hands of a cunning workman.
pillar, as the manner was, and the 130. jii, 16-24. Moreover the DRESS AND ORNAMENT PUT king, and all the people of the land
princes and the trumpeters by the LORD saith, Because the daughters OFF IN TOKEN OF SORROW rejoiced, and blew with trumpets, of Zion are haughty, and walk
And Athaliah rent her clothes, and with stretched forth necks and Wanton eyes, walking and min
Erod, xxxiii, 6. And the child cried, Treason, treason! cing as they go, and making a
dren of Israel stripped themselves 2 Kings xviii, 37. Then came tinkling with their feet: There- of their ornaments by the mount Eliakim the son of Hilkiah which fore the Lord will smite with a Horeb.
the household, and scab the crown of the head of the Ezek. xxiii, 26. They shall also Shebna the scribe, and Joah the Caughters of Zion, and the Lord strip thee out of thy clothes, and
son of Asaph the recorder, to will discover their secret parts. take away thy fair jewels.
Hezekiah with their clothes rent, In that day the Lord will take
and told him the words of Rabaway the bravery of their tinkling
CLOTHES RENT IN TOKEN ornaments about their feet, and
2 Kings sxit, 11. And it came to their cauls, and their round tires
pass, when the king had heard the like the moon. The chains, and
Lev. x, 6. And Moses said unto words of the book of the law, that the bracelets, and tho muilers. Aaron, and unto Eleazar and unto he rent his clothes, The bonnets, and the ornaments Ithamar, his sons, Uncover not of the legy, and the head-bands, your beads, neither rend your to pass, when the king had heard
2 Chron. xxxiv, 19. And it camo and the tablets, and the earrings clothes, lest yo die.
the words of the law, that he rent The rings, and nose jewels, The Jer. xxxvi, 24. Yet they were his clothes. changeable suits of apparel, and not afraid, nor rent their garthe mantles, and the winples, and ments, neither the king, nor any of sacrifice I arose
Ezra ix, 5. And at the evening
up from my the crisping-pins. The glasses, his servants that heard all these heaviness; and, having rent my and the fine linen, and the boods, words. and the vails. And it shall come
garment and my mantle, I fell to pass, that instead of sweet smell
upon my knees, and spread out INSTANCES.
my hands onto the LORD my God. there shall be stink; and instead of a girdle a rent; and instead of
Gen. xxxvii, 29. And Reuben re
Isa. xxxvi, 22. Then came well set hair baldness; and instead turned onto the pit; and, behold, Eliakim the son of Hilkiah, that of a stomacher a girding of sack- Joseph was not in the pit: and he
the household, and cloth; and burning instead of rent his clothes.
Shebna the scribe, and Joah the beaty.
Gen, xliv, 13. Then they rent son of Asapb, the recorder, to
Hezekiah with their clothes rent, | And came even before the king's, and be clean, and change your and told him the words of Rab- gate: for none might enter into the garments. shakeh. king's gate clothed with sackcloth.
Gen. xli, 14. Then Pharaoh sent Matth. xxvi, 65. Then tho high And in every province, whitherso
and called Joseph, and they ever the king's commandment and priest rent his clothes, saying, 110 his decree came, there was great brought him hastily out of the hath spoken blasphemy; what
dungeon: and he shaved himself, further need have wo of witnesses? mourning among the Jews, and behold, now ye have heard his and many lay in sackcloth ana fasting, and weeping, and wailing;
and he changed his raiment, and
came in unto Pharaoh. blasphemy. ashes. So Esther's maids and her
Gen. xlv, 22. To all of them he Acts xiv, 14. TVhich when the hainberlains came and told it her, gave each man changes of raiapostles, Barnabas and Paul, heard | Then was the queen exceedingly rent; but to Benjamin he gave oj, they rent their clothes, and ran grieved; and she sent raiment to three hundred pieces of silver, and in among the people, crying out. clothe Mordecai, and to take away fve changes of raiment.
his sackcloth from him: but ho reActs xvi, 22. And the multitude ceived it not.
2 Kings v, 5, 22, 23. And the rose up together against them; and the magistrates rent off their Job xvi, 15. I have sewed sack- king of Syria said, Go to, go, and I
will send a letter unto the king of clothes, and commanded to beat cloth upon my skin, and defiled
Israel. And he departed, and them my horn in the dust.
took with himn ten talents of silver,
Ps. XXXV, 13. But as for me, and six thousand pieces of gold, NOT ONLY WERE CLOTHIES
when they were sick, my clothing and ten changes of raiment. And
was sackcloth: I humbled my soul he said, All is well. My master RENT, BUT SACKCLOTH
with fasting, and my prayer re- hath sent me, saying, Behold, even WAS ALSO WORN, AND turned into mine own bosom. now there be come to me from CLOTHES WERE COVERED
Isa. xxxvii, 1, 2. And it came to
mount Ephraim two young men WITH DUST. pass, when king Hezekiah heard
of the sons of the prophets: gi Gen. xxxvii, 34. And Jacob rent. it, that he rent his clothes, and them, I pray thee, a talent of silcovered himself with sackcloth, And Naaman said, Be content,
ver, and two changes of garments. his clothes, and put sackcloth upon his loins, and mourned for his and went into the house of the son many days.
take two talents. And he urged LORD. And he sent Eliakim, who
was over the household, and 'Sheb- him, and bound two talents of sil2 Sam. xv, 32. And it came to na the scribe, and the elders of the
ver în two bags, with two changes pass, that when David was come priests, covered with Backcloth,
of garments, and laid them upon to the top of the mount, where he unto Isaiah the prophet, the son them before him.
two of his servants; and they bare worshipped God, behold, Hushai of Amoz. the Archite came to meet him with his coat rent, and earth upon with sack'cloth, lament and howl:
Jer. iv, 8. For this gird you his head.
Ps. cis, 26. They shall perish, but for the fierce anger of the LORD is thou shalt endure; yea, all of them 1 Kings xxi, 27. And it came to not turned back from us.
shall wax old like a garment: as a pass, when Abab heard those words, that he rent his clothes.
Jer. xlix, 3. Howl, O Heshbon,
vesture shalt thou change them, and put sackcloth upon his flesh, for Ai is spoiled: cry, ye daughters
and they shall be changed. and fusted, and lay in sackcloth, of Rabbali, gird you with sackcloth;
Zech. iii, 4. And he answered and went softly.
lament, and run to and fro by tbe and spake unto those that stood hedges.
before him, saying, Take away 2 Kings vi, 30. And it came to pass, when the king heard the
Lam. il, 10. The elders of the the fithy garments from him. words of the woman, that he rent daughter of Zion sit upon the And unto him he said, Behold, I
have caused thine iniquity to pass his clothes; and he passed by upon ground, and keep silence: they the wall, and the people looked, have cast up dust upon their from thee, and I will clothe thee and, behold, he had sackcloth heads; they have girded them with change of raiment. within upon his flesh.
selves with sackcloth: the virgins
of Jerusalem hang down their 2 Kings xix, 1, 2. And it came to heads to the ground.
OF NECESSITY OFTEN pass, when king Hezekiah heard it,
WASHED, that he rent his clothes and covered
Ezek. xxvii, 30. And shall cause himself with sackcloth, and went their voice to be heard against
Exod. xix, 10, 14. And the LORD into the house of the LORD. And thee, and shall cry bitterly, and said unto Moses, Go unto the peohe sent Eliakim, which was over shall cast up dust upon their heads; ple, and sanctify them to-day and the household, and Shebna the they shall wallow themselves in to-morrow, and let them wash
their clothes. And Moses went scribe, and the elders of the the ashes,
down from the mount unto the priests, covered with sackcloth, Micah i, 10. Declare ye it not at 10 Isaiah the prophet, the son of Gath, weep ye not at all: in the and they washed their clothes.
people, and sanctified the people; Amoz. house of Aphrah roll thyself in the
Lev, xiii, 6. And the priest shall Neh. ix, 1. Now, in the twenty dust.
look on him again the seventh and fourth day of this month, the
day: and, behold, if the plague be children of Israel were assembled
CHANGES OF RAIMENT
somewhat dark, and the plague with fasting, and with suck
spread not in the skin, the priest clothes, and earth upon them. OFTEN REFERRED TO, AND
shall pronounce him clean: it is Esther iv, 1-4. When Mordecai ALSO SENT AS A FREQUENT but a scab; and he shall wash his perceived all that was dono, Mor
clothes, and be clean. decai rent his clothes, and put on Gen. XXXV, 2. Then Jacob said Lev. xv,5,8,11, 22. And whosoever Backcloth with ashes, and went anto his household, and to all that toucheth his bed shall wash his out into the midst of the city, and vere with him, Put away the clothes, and bathe himself in cried with a loud and a bitter cry; I strange gods that are among you, water, and be unclean until the
even. And If he that hath the issue | clothes, and bathe his flesh in gathereth the ashes of the helfer spit upon him that is clean; then water, and afterward he shall shall wash his clothes, and be unhe shall wash his clothes, and come into the camp.
clean until the even. bathe himself in water, and be
Num. viii, 7, 21. And thus shalt
Num. XXXI, 24. And ye shall unclean until the even. And
thou do unto them, to cleanse wash your clothes on the seventh whomsoever he toucheth that bath the issue, and hath not
them: Sprinkle water of purifying day, and ye shall be clean, and rinsed his hands in water, he shall upon them, and let them shave all afterward ye shall come into the
their flesh, and let them wash camp. wash his clothes, and bathe himzelf in water, and be unclean
their clothes, and so make them
selves clean. And the Levites OFTEN LAID UP AND MOTIuntil the even. And whosoever toocheth any thing that she eat were purified, and they washed
EATEN. their clothes, and Aaron offered upon shall wash his clothes, and them as an offering before the thing consumeth, as a garment
Job xiii, 28. And he, as a rotten bathe himself in water, and be Lond; and Aaron made an atoneunclean until the even.
that is moth-eaten. ment for them to cleanse them. Lev. xvi, 26, 28. And he that let Num, xix, 7, 10. Then the priest
Job xxvii, 16. Though he heap go the goat for the scape-goat shall wash his clothes, and he shall up silver as the dust, and preparo
raiment as the clay. shall wash his clothes, and bathe bathe his flesh in water, and his flesh in water, and afterward afterward he shall come into the James v, 2.
Your gar come into the camp. And he that camp, and the priest shall be un
ments are moth-eaten. burdeth them shall wash his clean until the even. And he that See under Animals, MOTH.)