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spake. See note on Leviticus 5:14 .
children = sons.
flesh. Figure of speech Synecdoche (of Whole). App-6 . = any part of his flesh.
thing = piece of furniture, vessel, or article.
bathe. See note on Leviticus 14:9 .
spit upon him. A common practice among oriental nations to express insult or contempt (Numbers 12:14 .Deuteronomy 25:9 . Job 30:10 . Isaiah 50:6 . Matthew 26:67 .
water. The Severus Codex has "running water", as in Leviticus 15:13 .
saddle = carriage. Occurs only here and 1 Kings 4:26 , where it is rendered "chariot", and Song of Solomon 3:9 . The seat in a palanquin. The feminine form occurs forty-four times, and is always rendered "chariot".
unclean. The Septuagint adds "until evening", as in every other case. See verses: Leviticus 15:5 , Leviticus 15:6 , Leviticus 15:7 , Leviticus 5:8 , Leviticus 5:10 , Leviticus 5:11 . But in these verses persons are referred to. In Leviticus 15:9 it is a thing .
rinsed = washed or baptized. This is what is referred to in Mark 7:4 .
running. Hebrew living, not stagnant. See Leviticus 14:5 .
door = entrance.
tabernacle of the congregation. Hebrew tent ( 'ohel ) of meeting. See App-40 .
offer = prepare. Hebrew. 'asah . App-43 .
make an atonement. See note on Exodus 29:33 .
wash = bathe. Here, with eth kol added, meaning all his body, to distinguish it from the word "flesh", which is thus probably used in this section by the Figure of speech Euphemy ( App-6 ) for private parts. Compare Leviticus 15:5-8 , Leviticus 15:10 , Leviticus 15:11 , Leviticus 15:18 , Leviticus 15:21 , Leviticus 15:22 , Leviticus 15:27 , where the Authorized Version has inserted "himself', in italics. See further note on Leviticus 14:9 .
flowers = uncleanness.
turtles = turtle-doves.
ye = Moses and Aaron.
tabernacle. Hebrew. mishkan, dwelling-place.
This is the law. verses: Leviticus 15:32 , Leviticus 15:33 are a summary of the contents of the chapter, though the order (as in other cases) is varied.
and = to be.
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