The Hair of the Healed Leper to be Shorn
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Leviticus 14:9
But it shall be on the seventh day, that he shall shave all his hair off his head and his beard and his eyebrows, even all his hair he shall shave off: and he shall wash his clothes, also he shall wash his flesh in water, and he shall be clean.
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Hair Length

Hair: Numbered

Hair: Symbolical Dividing of

Hair: Worn Long by Absalom

Hair: Worn Long by Women

Hair: Worn Short by Men


The Hair of Nazarites: Not to be Cut or Shorn During Their Vow

The Hair of Nazarites: Shorn After Completion of Vow

The Hair of the Healed Leper to be Shorn

The Hair of Women: Neglected in Grief

The Hair of Women: Plaited and Broidered

The Hair of Women: Well Set and Ornamented

The Hair of Women: Worn Long for a Covering

The Hair: Black, Particularly Esteemed

The Hair: Colour of, Changed by Leprosy

The Hair: Cut off in Affliction

The Hair: God: Numbers

The Hair: God: Takes Care of

The Hair: Growth of

The Hair: Innumerable

The Hair: Judgments Expressed by Sending Baldness For

The Hair: Judgments Expressed by Shaving

The Hair: Man Cannot Even Change the Colour Or

The Hair: Men Condemned for Wearing Long

The Hair: Often Expensively Anointed

The Hair: Plucked out in Extreme Grief

The Hair: Plucking out of, a Reproach

The Hair: Sometimes Worn Long by Men

The Hair: The Natural Covering of the Head

The Hair: White or Gray with Righteousness, a Crown of Glory

The Hair: White or Gray: A Token of Age

The Hair: White or Gray: A Token of Weakness and Decay

The Hair: White or Gray: An Emblem of Wisdom

The Hair: White or Gray: To be Reverenced

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