Strong's Hebrew2763. charam -- to ban, devote, exterminate...
make accursed, consecrate, utterly destroy, devote, forfeit, have a flat nose
utterly slay A primitive root; to seclude; specifically ... /hebrew/2763.htm - 5k
... the peculiar traits which distinguish the in a remarkable degree; his jaw
was long, eyes large and protruded, high cheek-bones, and flat nose; his teeth ...
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The Burial and Assumption of the Blessed virgin
... His appearance was very strange. He had small eyes, a flat forehead and nose, and
high cheek-bones. His skin was of a browner color than one sees here. ...
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Of the Outer Limbs of Man, and their Use.
... did God contrive these also, so that the very cavity of the nose should not ... Which
the most skilful Creator made with a flat and moderately concave bend, that ...
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The Right to Privacy
... "When he's along I can stick my nose in anywhere I like. ... The flat countryside
was dotted with villages, and crisscrossed with paths. ...
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At the Well
... metal, equipped with a visor, which, when raised, finished the front with a flat
plate. ... He had the fighting nose, over-long and hooked like an eagle's beak. ...
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... which were altogether European of the highest type; the forehead high and broad,
the cheek-bones flat, the masque long and oval, and the nose aquiline and thin ...
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The Boy Hugh
... And her nose, too"not flat nor arched, not long nor snub, but beyond the fineness
of geometry, with light, soft breath, and the sweet scent of incense. ...
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His First School. The School-House. The Teacher. The Order of ...
... The seats were split logs smoothed on the flat side, and supported on legs put in ...
One more bold than the rest would tickle his bald head or his nose, and to ...
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The Lady Miriam
... Nose and forehead were in line. ... Far be it from me to say that the king was afraid,
but I tell you, Kenkenes, mine own hair is not yet content to lie flat. ...
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Marriage of the Blessed virgin to Joseph
... It was surmounted by a flat cup in which a white flame was burning. ... large downcast
eyes with long black lashes, a rather long straight nose, delicately shaped ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaFlat Nose
(charum; Septuagint koloborin):
Used only in Leviticus 21:18 as the name of a deformity which disqualified a member of a priestly family for serving the altar.
The root of the word signifies "to cut off" or "to cut flat," and in the Revised Version, margin "slit nose" is substituted. The condition indicated is most probably the depressed, flattened nose which so often accompanies harelip, especially in its double form.
A mere snub-nose can scarcely be regarded as a blemish of sufficient importance to unfit a priest for the service of "offering the bread of God"; but harelip, like blindness or the other congenital malformations or deformities enumerated in this passage, might well render a son of Aaron unfit or unsuitable for public religious duty.
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