Garments: Tunic or Coat
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2440. himation -- an outer garment, a cloak, robe
... arms, and worn loosely the 5509 ("the under-tunic").]. ... cloaks (1), clothes (1), clothing
(2), coat (4), coats ... 8), dresses (1), garment (8), garments (18), outer ...
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Strong's Hebrew
3801. kethoneth -- a tunic
... Word Origin from an unused word Definition a tunic NASB Word Usage coat (2), dress
(1), garment (2), garments (4), tunic (14), tunics (6). coat, garment, robe. ...
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The Crucifixion.
... d and also the coat: now the coat was without ... clasps; but Josephus tells us that
the tunic of the ... Thus in dividing the Lord's garments, they found a suggestion ...
/.../mcgarvey/the four-fold gospel/cxxxiii the crucifixion 2.htm

Joseph the Dreamer.
... the truth from him, and having dipped Joseph's tunic in the ... at once, and said, "It
is my son's coat; an evil ... in his bitter grief he tore his garments after the ...
/.../anonymous/children of the old testament/joseph the dreamer.htm

Christ Crucified and Buried.
... The outer garments were divided into four parts, one to each, but the coat, rather
the "tunic," an inner garment, was seamless, woven in one piece, probably of ...
/.../the new testament commentary vol iii john/christ crucified and buried.htm

A Successful Man of Affairs.
... finger, and clothed him in garments of fine ... word rendered in the older translations,
"coat of many colors," means literally, "long-sleeved tunic." This garment ...
/.../kent/the making of a nation/study vii a successful man.htm

Of the Testimony of John to Jesus in Matthew's Gospel,
... be said about His garments? Who is so great as to be able to guard His coat? Who
can suppose that He can understand the meaning contained in His tunic which is ...
/.../origen/origens commentary on the gospel of john/17 of the testimony of.htm

Chapter xxxvii
... passim means "ankles" or "wrists." Consequently, this tunic was sleeved ... Rock (like
the AV's "a coat of many ... and used bunter Rock because the garments Of the ...
/.../leupold/exposition of genesis volume 1/chapter xxxvii.htm

Letter cxxx. To Demetrias.
... 3619] Such was the coat of many ... Then dressing herself in a coarse tunic and throwing
over herself ... is, among those who have not defiled their garments, for they ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/letter cxxx to demetrias.htm

The Third Book
... Who obeys his order to be content with a single tunic? ... at the law, and take away
thy coat, let him ... adversaries even the least part of our garments, unless we ...
// the government of god/the third book.htm

Chaldaean Civilization
... most they were only covered with a coat of white ... required almost as many persons
as there were garments. ... light loin-cloth or short-sleeved tunic which scarcely ...
/.../chapter iiichaldaean civilization.htm

Letter xxii. To Eustochium.
... refuse, and say: "I have put off my coat; how shall ... that having ceased to court
attention in garments of gold ... one is allowed to say, "I am without a tunic or a ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/letter xxii to eustochium.htm

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John 19:23
Then the soldiers, when they had crucified Jesus, took his garments, and made four parts, to every soldier a part; and also his coat: now the coat was without seam, woven from the top throughout.
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John 21:7
Therefore that disciple whom Jesus loved said to Peter, It is the Lord. Now when Simon Peter heard that it was the Lord, he girt his fisher's coat to him, (for he was naked,) and did cast himself into the sea.
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Garments of the Rich: Gorgeous

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Garments of the Sexes, not to be Interchanged

Garments of Those Slain With a Sword not Used

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Garments: Not to be Made of Mixed Materials

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