Strong's Hebrew3180. yachmur -- a roebuck... fallow deer
. From chamar; a kind of deer
(from the color; compare chamowr) -- fallow deer
. see HEBREW chamar. see HEBREW chamowr. 3179, 3180. yachmur. 3181 > ... /hebrew/3180.htm - 6k
Weak Hands and Feeble Knees
... If we have a lion-like spirit, let us not imitate the king of beasts in his cruelty
to those timid fallow deer that fly before him, but let us place out ...
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The Question of the Tall Gentleman as to Whether Diamond could ...
... After the merry boy fluttering and going; The dappled fawns fawning, the
fallow-deer following,. The swallows and flies, flying and swallowing; ...
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That There was Created at First but one Individual, and that the ...
... wolves, and such like; others gregarious, which herd together, and prefer to live
in company,"as pigeons, starlings, stags, and little fallow deer, and the ...
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The Bishop Elect and Consecrate
... One is that the bursar asked how many small fallow deer from the bishop's
park should be killed for the inauguration feast. "Let ...
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The Treasure of Grace
... I forget just now, although I meant to refer to the passage how many fat beast,
how many bullocks of the pasture, how many bucks and fallow deer and game of ...
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Book ii. Jerome Answers the Second, Third, and Fourth Propositions ...
... What is the use of swine if we may not eat their flesh? of roes, stags,
fallow-deer, boars, hares, and such like game? of geese, wild and tame? ...
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Of Removing Tithes.
... Where the occupier sows turnips tho' on fallow ground, and then agists the sheep
of a stranger, or fattens his ... Deer are not titheable, being feræ naturæ, wild ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryFallow Deer
(called fallow from its reddish-brown color) (Heb. yachmur). The Hebrew word, which is mentioned only in (14:5) and 1Kin 4:23 Probably denotes the Alcelaphus bubalis (the bubale or wild cow) of Barbary and North Africa. It is about the size of a stag, and lives in herds. It is almost exactly like the European roebuck, and is valued for its venison.
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