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Definition of burnt sacrifice

burnt sacrifice
Burnt Burnt, p. p. & a. Consumed with, or as with, fire; scorched or dried, as with fire or heat; baked or hardened in the fire or the sun. Burnt ear, a black, powdery fungus which destroys grain. See Smut. Burnt offering, something offered and burnt on an altar, as an atonement for sin; a sacrifice. The offerings of the Jews were a clean animal, as an ox, a calf, a goat, or a sheep; or some vegetable substance, as bread, or ears of wheat or barley. Called also burnt sacrifice. --[2 Sam. xxiv. 22.]

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- 'burnt offering' redirects here. for other uses, see burnt offering (disambiguation). for other uses, see holocaust (disambiguation). a holocaust
- education holds a torch and offers a cornucopia of 'cherished things' as a burnt sacrifice as pegasus and apollo rise from the smoke. to their right, indiana
- the casa by the pontifices ('college of high priests'), presumably a burnt sacrifice to romulus in his deified state as the god quirinus, during which the
- be honored as either heroes or gods, with chthonic libation or with burnt sacrifice. heroes in cult behaved very differently from heroes in myth. they
- relates that john hyrc**** (135–104 bce) heard a voice while offering a burnt sacrifice in the temple, which josephus expressly interprets as the voice of
- necessary and a happy fault. secondly, the candle itself is offered as a burnt-sacrifice, a type of christ, marked by grains of incense as with the five glorious
- the binding of isaac, as well as traditional rituals, including a burnt sacrifice and the offering of fruits and grains. another zodiac mosaic decorated
- ancient gr****s and romans did not burn the edible flesh of animals in burnt sacrifices; they instead took the edible parts, including meat and fat, for themselves