Leviticus 21:2 offering (a-18) offering (a-25) Corban, 'present,' noun derived from the verb translated 'present.'2:1 oblation (f-8) Minchah, 'gift,' 'food-offering.' 'Oblation' will always represent this word. flour; (g-17) The finest part of wheat flour. see Ex. 29.2. 2:2 burn (h-36) See Note i, ch. 1.9. 2:4 cakes (i-18) A kind of thin cake with holes in it. mingled (k-22) 2:5 mingled (k-18) It cannot, I think, be doubted that this is more than, and intended to be more than 'anointed.' 'Mixed,' 'mingled,' is the sense of the word. In Ps. 92.10 it is not merely 'anointed' as consecration, but his whole system is invigorated and strengthened by it. It formed his strength; hence it is 'fresh oil' there. 2:9 take (l-5) Or 'heave.' so chs. 4.10,19; 6.10,15. 2:11 burn (a-22) See Note i, ch. 1.9. 2:12 offering (b-4) Corban, 'gift,' or 'present,' see ch. 1.2. 'First-fruits,' here in ver. 12, is 'beginning,' Gen. 1.1. The word for 'firstfruits' in ver. 14 is more strictly in general for 'first-born;' first-ripe in Jer. 24.2; Hos. 9.10. offered (c-19) Lit. 'shall not ascend.' see ch. 14.20; Gen. 8.20; 22.13, &c.; Ex. 25.37. 2:13 offer (d-36) Or 'present. 2:14 ears. (e-33) Or 'peeled grain of fresh ears;' or 'the fruits of the tilled field.'
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