Leviticus 11:2 offering (a-18) offering (a-25) Corban, 'present,' noun derived from the verb translated 'present.'1:2 offering (a-18) offering (a-25) Corban, 'present,' noun derived from the verb translated 'present.' 1:3 offering (a-3) Corban, 'present,' noun derived from the verb translated 'present.' burnt-offering (b-6) The Hebrew words for the four offerings are. olah -- burnt-offering; minchah -- food-offering; shelem -- peace-offering; chataath -- sin-offering. See Ps. 40.6. blemish. (c-17) Perfect. see ch. 22.22,24. 1:4 burnt-offering; (b-12) The Hebrew words for the four offerings are. olah -- burnt-offering; minchah -- food-offering; shelem -- peace-offering; chataath -- sin-offering. See Ps. 40.6. lay (d-4) See Ex. 29.10; Lev. 3.2,8,13; 4.4,15,24,29,33, &c. atonement (e-22) See Note g, ch. 5.6. 1:5 slaughter (f-4) Or 'kill,' and so elsewhere. bullock (g-6) Or 'calf.' 1:8 fat, (h-14) The Hebrew word is only used in relation to the burnt-offering and only three times; so ver. 12 and ch. 8.20. 1:9 odour. (a-32) Or 'offering by fire of a sweet odour to Jehovah;' and so in each case where this formula is found. See ch. 4.31. burn (i-16) Properly 'burn as incense,' but applied also to the burnt-offering and to the fat; see Ex. 29.13, and vers. 13,15,17; ch. 2.2,9,11,16; 3.5,16, &c. 1:10 offering (b-4) Corban, see Note ver.2. 1:14 offering (b-4) offering (b-17) Corban, see Note ver.2. 1:15 bring (c-5) Elsewhere 'present.' 1:16 feathers, (d-9) Or 'refuse.' ashes; (e-24) The word is used for fat, but the remains of what was burnt, fat and ashes and all, were thrown aside.
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