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Smith's Bible Dictionary
Ox

There was no animal in the rural economy of the Israelites, or indeed in that of the ancient Orientals generally, that was held in higher esteem than the ox and deservedly so, for the ox was the animal upon whose patient labors depended all the ordinary operations of farming. Oxen were used for ploughing, (22:10; 1 Samuel 14:14) etc.; for treading out corn, (25:4; Hosea 10:11) etc.; for draught purposes, when they were generally yoked in pairs, (Numbers 7:3; 1 Samuel 6:7) etc.; as beasts of burden, (1 Chronicles 12:40) their flesh was eaten, (14:4; 1 Kings 1:9) etc.; they were used in the sacrifices; cows supplied milk, butter, etc. (32:14; 2 Samuel 17:29; Isaiah 7:22) Connected with the importance of oxen in the rural economy of the Jews is the strict code of laws which was mercifully enacted by God for their protection and preservation. The ox that threshed the corn was by no means to be muzzled; he was to enjoy rest on the Sabbath as well as his master. (Exodus 23:12; 5:14) The ox was seldom slaughtered. (Leviticus 17:1-6) It seems clear from (Proverbs 15:17) and 1Kin 4:23 That cattle were sometimes stall-fed though as a general rule it is probable that they fed in the plains or on the hills of Palestine. The cattle that grazed at large in the open country would no doubt often become fierce and wild, for it is to be remembered that in primitive times the lion and other wild beasts of prey roamed about Palestine. Hence the force of the Psalmist's complaint of his enemies. (Psalms 22:13)

ATS Bible Dictionary
Ox

The male of the beeve kind when grown, synonymous in the Bible with BULL; a clean animal, by the Levitical law; much used for food, 1 Kings 19:21, and constituting no small part of the wealth of the Hebrews in their pastoral life, Genesis 24:35 Job 1:14 42:12. Oxen were used in agriculture for ploughing, 1 Kings 19:19; and for treading out the grain, during which they were not to be muzzled, 1 1 Corinthians 9:9, but well fed, Isaiah 30:24. The testing of a new yoke of oxen is still a business of great importance in the East, as of old, Luke 14:19. A passage in Campbell's travels in South Africa well illustrates the proverbial expression, "as a bullock unaccustomed to the yoke," Jeremiah 31:18: "I had frequent opportunities of witnessing the conduct of oxen when for the first time put into the yoke to assist in dragging the wagons. On observing an ox that had been in yoke beginning to get weak, or his hoofs to be worn down to the quick by treading on the sharp gravel, a fresh ox was put into the yoke in his place. When the selection fell on an ox I had received as a present from some African king, of course one completely unaccustomed to the yoke, and attempting to make its escape. At other times such bullocks say down upon their sides or back, and remained so in defiance of the Hottentots, though two or three of them would be lashing them with their ponderous whips. Sometimes, from pity to the animal, I would interfere, and beg them to be less cruel. ?Cruel,- they would say, ?it is mercy; for if we do not conquer him now, he will require to be so beaten all his life.-"

The "wild ox," mentioned in De 14:5, is supposed to have been a species of stag or antelope. See BULLS OF BASHAN.

Easton's Bible Dictionary
Hebrews bakar, "cattle;" "neat cattle", (Genesis 12:16; 34:28; Job 1:3, 14; 42:12, etc.); not to be muzzled when treading the corn (Deuteronomy 25:4). Referred to by our Lord in his reproof to the Pharisees (Luke 13:15; 14:5).

Ox goad

Mentioned only in Judges 3:31, the weapon with which Shamgar (q.v.) slew six hundred Philistines. "The ploughman still carries his goad, a weapon apparently more fitted for the hand of the soldier than the peaceful husbandman. The one I saw was of the `oak of Bashan,' and measured upwards of ten feet in length. At one end was an iron spear, and at the other a piece of the same metal flattened. One can well understand how a warrior might use such a weapon with effect in the battle-field" (Porter's Syria, etc.). (see GOAD.)

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
(n.) The male of bovine quadrupeds, especially the domestic animal when castrated and grown to its full size, or nearly so. The word is also applied, as a general name, to any species of bovine animals, male and female.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
OX (2)

oks (Ox): One of the ancestors of Judith (Judith 8:1). The name is not Hebrew. Perhaps the Itala Ozi and the Syriac Uz point to the Hebrew Uzzi.

WILD OX

(re'em): The word "unicorn" occurs in the King James Version in Numbers 23:22; Numbers 24:8 Deuteronomy 33:17 Job 39:9, 10 Psalm 22:21; Psalm 29:6; Psalm 92:10 Isaiah 34:7 (the King James Version margin "rhinoceros"). the Revised Version (British and American) has everywhere "wild-ox" (margin "ox-antelope," Numbers 23:22). The Septuagint has monokeros, "one-horned," except in Isaiah 34:7, where we find hoi hadroi, "the large ones," "the bulky ones." In this passage also the Septuagint has hoi krioi, "the rams," instead of English Versions of the Bible "bullocks." Vulgate (Jerome's Latin Bible, 390-405 A.D.) has rhinoceros in Numbers 23:22; Numbers 24:8 Deuteronomy 33:17 Job 39:9, 10; and unicornis in Psalm 22:21 (21:22); 29:6 (28:6); 92:10 (91:11); Isaiah 34:7.

As stated in the articles on ANTELOPE and CATTLE, re'em and te'o (Deuteronomy 14:5 Isaiah 51:20) may both be the Arabian oryx (Oryx beatrix), of which the common vernacular name means "wild-ox." It may be presumed that "ox-antelope" of Numbers 23:22 the Revised Version margin is meant to indicate this animal, which is swift and fierce, and has a pair of very long, sharp and nearly straight horns. The writer feels, however, that more consideration should be given to the view of Tristram (Natural History of the Bible) that re'em is the urus or aurochs, the primitive Bos taurus, which seems to be depicted in Assyrian monuments and referred to as remu (BDB). The etymology of re'em is uncertain, but the word may be from a root signifying "to rise" or "to be high." At any rate, there is no etymological warrant for the assumption that it was a one-horned creature. The Arabic raim, is used of a light-colored gazelle. The great strength and fierceness implied in most of the references suit the wild-ox better than the oryx. On the other hand, Edom (Isaiah 34:7) was adjacent to the present home of the oryx, while there is no reason to suppose that the wild-ox came nearer than Northern Assyria. There is possibly a reference to the long horns of the oryx in "But my horn hast thou exalted like the horn of the wild-ox" (Psalm 92:10). For te'o, The Septuagint has orux, in Deuteronomy 14:5 (but seutlion hemiephthon, "half-boiled beet" (!) in Isaiah 51:20). Vulgate (Jerome's Latin Bible, 390-405 A.D.) has oryx in both passages. While we admit that both re'em and te'o may be the oryx, it is perhaps best to follow the Revised Version margin, rendering re'em "wild-ox." The rendering of "antelope" (Revised Version) for te'o is defensible, but "oryx" would be better, because the oryx is the only antelope that could possibly be meant, it and the gazelle (tsebhi), already mentioned in Deuteronomy 14:5, being the only antelopes known to occur in Palestine and Arabia. In Isaiah 34:7 it seems to be implied that the re'em might be used in sacrifice.

Figurative: The wild-ox is used as a symbol of the strength of Israel: "He hath as it were the strength of the wild-ox". (Numbers 23:22; Numbers 24:8). In the blessing of the children of Israel by Moses it is said of Joseph:

"And his horns are the horns of the wild-ox:

With them he shall push the peoples all of them,

even the ends of the earth" (Deuteronomy 33:17).

The Psalmist (Psalm 29:5, 6) in describing the power of Yahweh says:

"Yea, Yahweh breaketh in pieces the cedars of Lebanon.

He maketh them also to skip like a calf;

Lebanon and Sirion like a young wild-ox."

Again, in praise for Yahweh's goodness (Psalm 92:10): "But my horn hast thou exalted like the horn of the wildox."

In Job 39:9-12 the subduing and training of the wild-ox are cited among the things beyond man's power and understanding.

See ANTELOPE; CATTLE.

Alfred Ely Day

OX (1)

See ANTELOPE; CATTLE; WILD OX.

Greek
1016. bous -- an ox, a cow
... an ox, a cow. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: bous Phonetic Spelling:
(booce) Short Definition: an ox Definition: an ox, cow, bull. ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/1016.htm - 6k

5022. tauros -- a bull
... a bull. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: tauros Phonetic Spelling:
(tow'-ros) Short Definition: a bull, an ox Definition: a bull, an ox. ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/5022.htm - 6k

5382. philoxenos -- loving strangers
... loving strangers. Part of Speech: Adjective Transliteration: philoxenos Phonetic
Spelling: (fil-ox'-en-os) Short Definition: hospitable Definition: hospitable ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/5382.htm - 6k

3947. paroxuno -- to sharpen, fig. to stimulate, to provoke
... to stimulate, to provoke. Part of Speech: Verb Transliteration: paroxuno Phonetic
Spelling: (par-ox-oo'-no) Short Definition: I provoke, irritate Definition: I ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/3947.htm - 7k

3948. paroxusmos -- stimulation, provocation
... stimulation, provocation. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: paroxusmos
Phonetic Spelling: (par-ox-oos-mos') Short Definition: incitement ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/3948.htm - 7k

2755. kenodoxos -- vainglorious
... vainglorious. Part of Speech: Adjective Transliteration: kenodoxos Phonetic Spelling:
(ken-od'-ox-os) Short Definition: vainglorious Definition: vainglorious ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/2755.htm - 7k

3861. paradoxos -- contrary to opinion or expectation
... contrary to opinion or expectation. Part of Speech: Adjective Transliteration:
paradoxos Phonetic Spelling: (par-ad'-ox-os) Short Definition: unexpected, strange ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/3861.htm - 6k

2754. kenodoxia -- vainglory
... vainglory. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: kenodoxia Phonetic Spelling:
(ken-od-ox-ee'-ah) Short Definition: vainglory, empty pride Definition ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/2754.htm - 6k

2700. katatoxeuo -- to strike down with an arrow.
... 2699, 2700. katatoxeuo. 2701 . to strike down with an arrow. Transliteration:
katatoxeuo Phonetic Spelling: (kat-at-ox-yoo'-o) Short Definition: thrust. ...
//strongsnumbers.com/greek2/2700.htm - 6k

Strong's Hebrew
7794. shor -- a head of cattle (bullock, ox, etc.)
... 7793, 7794. shor. 7795 . a head of cattle (bullock, ox, etc.). Transliteration:
shor Phonetic Spelling: (shore) Short Definition: ox. ...
/hebrew/7794.htm - 6k

1241. baqar -- cattle, herd, an ox
... 1240, 1241. baqar. 1242 . cattle, herd, an ox. Transliteration: baqar
Phonetic Spelling: (baw-kawr') Short Definition: oxen. Word ...
/hebrew/1241.htm - 6k

7214. reem -- a wild ox
... 7213, 7214. reem or reem or rem or rem. 7215 . a wild ox. Transliteration:
reem or reem or rem or rem Phonetic Spelling: (reh-ame') Short Definition: ox. ...
/hebrew/7214.htm - 6k

6499. par -- young bull, steer
... Word Origin from an unused word Definition young bull, steer NASB Word Usage bull
(67), bull* (18), bulls (29), bulls* (5), fruit (1), heifer (6), ox (5), oxen ...
/hebrew/6499.htm - 6k

8377. teo -- antelope
... wild bull ox. And towt (the original form) {toh}; from ta'ah; a species of antelope
(probably from the white stripe on the cheek) -- wild bull (ox). ...
/hebrew/8377.htm - 6k

441. alluwph -- tame
... alluwph. 441a . tame. Transliteration: alluwph Phonetic Spelling: (al-loof') Short
Definition: captain. captain, duke, chief friend, governor, guide, ox ...
/hebrew/441.htm - 5k

504. eleph -- cattle
... family, kine, oxen. From 'alph; a family; also (from the sense of yoking or taming)
an ox or cow -- family, kine, oxen. see HEBREW 'alph. 503, 504. ...
/hebrew/504.htm - 6k

8450. tor -- a bullock
... turtle dove. (Aramaic) corresponding (by permutation) to showr; a bull -- bullock,
ox. see HEBREW showr. 8449, 8450. tor. 8451 . Strong's Numbers.
/hebrew/8450.htm - 6k

505. eleph -- a thousand
... thousand. Prop, the same as 'eleph; hence (the ox's head being the first letter
of the alphabet, and this eventually used as a numeral) a thousand -- thousand. ...
/hebrew/505.htm - 8k

930. Behemoth -- a kind of animal
... Behemoth. In form a plural or bhemah, but really a singular of Egyptian derivation;
a water-ox, ie The hippopotamus or Nile- horse -- Behemoth. ...
/hebrew/930.htm - 6k

Library

A Tricky Ox
... A TRICKY OX. I want to tell you to-day about a tricky ox I once read about.
I suppose you will at once think that this ox was in a circus. ...
/.../chidley/fifty-two story talks to boys and girls/a tricky ox.htm

An Ox in the Congregation
... Chapter 4. Preaching Incidents; Wesley's Labor Colony; Dispute with Whitefield;
Curious Interruptions; The Mother of the Wesleys An Ox in the Congregation. ...
/.../wesley/the journal of john wesley/an ox in the congregation.htm

So, if Some Ox, or any Animal You Please...
... Book VII. 9 So, if some ox, or any animal you please� So, if some ox,
or any animal you please, which is slain to mitigate and ...
/.../arnobius/the seven books of arnobius against the heathen/9 so if some ox.htm

The Ox in the Pit.
... RENEWED MINISTRY IN PEREA THE OX IN THE PIT. And it came to pass, when he
went into the house of one of the rulers of the Pharisees ...
//christianbookshelf.org/barton/his life/the ox in the pit.htm

Now Joseph was a Carpenter, and Used to Make Nothing Else of Wood ...
... Chapter 37. Now Joseph was a carpenter, and used to make nothing else of
wood but ox-yokes� Now Joseph [1682] was a carpenter, and ...
/.../unknown/the gospel of pseudo-matthew/chapter 37 now joseph was.htm

The Man to be Wrought Upon.
... of Lebanon to grow, and the bulls of Bashan to increase; but it feeds and strengthens
each according to its nature The cedar eats no grass, and the ox does not ...
//christianbookshelf.org/kuyper/the work of the holy spirit/i the man to be.htm

How it was Brought About that the Greeks Speak of Three Hypostases ...
... And yet again, when we say that an ox is not a horse, but that a dog is neither
an ox nor a horse, we speak of a three; and if any one questions us what three ...
/.../augustine/on the holy trinity/chapter 4 how it was brought.htm

Unknown or Ambiguous Signs Prevent Scripture from Being Understood ...
... They are called proper when they are used to point out the objects they were designed
to point out, as we say bos when we mean an ox, because all men who with ...
/.../on christian doctrine in four books /chapter 10 unknown or ambiguous signs.htm

Now There are Two Causes which Prevent what is Written from Being ...
... They are called proper when they are used to point out the objects they were designed
to point out, as we say bos when we mean an ox, because all men who with ...
/.../augustine/on christian doctrine in four books/chapter 15 now there are.htm

Substance, According to Aristotle; the Predicates.
... as with the genus, what I said constituted animality, (and which is) predicated
by means of a common name of all particular animals, such as ox, horse, and the ...
/.../the refutation of all heresies/chapter vi substance according to aristotle.htm

Thesaurus
Ox (197 Occurrences)
...Ox goad. Mentioned only in Judges 3:31, the weapon with which Shamgar (qv) slew
six hundred Philistines. ... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. OX (2). ...
/o/ox.htm - 43k

Wild-ox (6 Occurrences)
Wild-ox. Wildly, Wild-ox. Wild-oxen . Multi-Version Concordance
Wild-ox (6 Occurrences). Numbers 23:22 God bringeth ...
/w/wild-ox.htm - 7k

Ox-goad (2 Occurrences)
Ox-goad. Oxgoad, Ox-goad. Ox-stick . Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia OX-GOAD.
oks'-god. See GOAD. Multi-Version Concordance Ox-goad (2 Occurrences). ...
/o/ox-goad.htm - 7k

Ox-cords (1 Occurrence)
Ox-cords. Ox, Ox-cords. Ox-driving . Multi-Version Concordance Ox-cords
(1 Occurrence). Isaiah 5:18 Cursed are those who make use ...
/o/ox-cords.htm - 6k

Ox-stick (1 Occurrence)
Ox-stick. Ox-goad, Ox-stick. Ozem . Multi-Version Concordance
Ox-stick (1 Occurrence). Judges 3:31 And after him came ...
/o/ox-stick.htm - 6k

Ox-driving (1 Occurrence)
Ox-driving. Ox-cords, Ox-driving. Oxen . Multi-Version Concordance
Ox-driving (1 Occurrence). 1 Samuel 13:21 For they ...
/o/ox-driving.htm - 6k

Gore (9 Occurrences)
... gor (naghach): "Gore" occurs only three times in the King James Version, namely,
Exodus 21:28, 31 bis, "if an ox gore a man or a woman," etc.; in 21:29, 32, 36 ...
/g/gore.htm - 11k

Push (23 Occurrences)
... Exodus 21:29 But if the ox were wont to push with his horn in time past, and it
hath been testified to his owner, and he hath not kept him in, but that he hath ...
/p/push.htm - 14k

Man-servant (18 Occurrences)
... Genesis 32:5 and I have ox, and ass, flock, and man-servant, and maid-servant, and
I send to declare to my lord, to find grace in his eyes.' (YLT). ...
/m/man-servant.htm - 12k

Muzzle (4 Occurrences)
... Moses ordained that the ox was not to be muzzled while thrashing. ... The threshing ox
would have ample opportunity of feeding (compare Hosea 10:11). ...
/m/muzzle.htm - 9k

Concordance
Ox (197 Occurrences)

Luke 13:15
Therefore the Lord answered him, "You hypocrites! Doesn't each one of you free his ox or his donkey from the stall on the Sabbath, and lead him away to water?
(WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Luke 14:5
He answered them, "Which of you, if your son or an ox fell into a well, wouldn't immediately pull him out on a Sabbath day?"
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Luke 15:23
And get the fat young ox and put it to death, and let us have a feast, and be glad.
(BBE)

Luke 15:27
And he said to him, Your brother has come; and your father has had the young ox put to death because he has come back safely.
(BBE)

Luke 15:30
But when this your son came, who has been wasting your property with bad women, you put to death the fat young ox for him.
(BBE)

Acts 7:41
And they made the image of a young ox in those days, and made an offering to it, and had joy in the work of their hands.
(BBE)

1 Corinthians 9:9
For it is written in the law of Moses, "You shall not muzzle an ox while it treads out the grain." Is it for the oxen that God cares,
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

1 Timothy 5:18
For the Scripture says, "You shall not muzzle the ox when it treads out the grain." And, "The laborer is worthy of his wages."
(WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Revelation 4:7
The first living creature resembled a lion, the second an ox, the third had a face like that of a man, and the fourth resembled an eagle flying.
(WEY BBE RSV NIV)

Genesis 18:7
And running to the herd, he took a young ox, soft and fat, and gave it to the servant and he quickly made it ready;
(BBE)

Genesis 18:8
And he took butter and milk and the young ox which he had made ready and put it before them, waiting by them under the tree while they took food.
(BBE)

Genesis 32:5
And I have oxen, and asses, flocks, and menservants, and womenservants: and I have sent to tell my lord, that I may find grace in thy sight.
(Root in KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Genesis 49:6
Let my soul not come into their council; unto their assembly let my glory not be united; for in their anger they slew men, and in their self-will they houghed oxen.
(Root in JPS ASV BBE DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 49:22
Joseph is a young ox, whose steps are turned to the fountain;
(BBE)

Exodus 20:17
"You shall not covet your neighbor's house. You shall not covet your neighbor's wife, nor his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything that is your neighbor's."
(WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Exodus 21:28
If an ox gore a man or a woman, that they die: then the ox shall be surely stoned, and his flesh shall not be eaten; but the owner of the ox shall be quit.
(KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Exodus 21:29
But if the ox were wont to push with his horn in time past, and it hath been testified to his owner, and he hath not kept him in, but that he hath killed a man or a woman; the ox shall be stoned, and his owner also shall be put to death.
(KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Exodus 21:32
If the bull gores a male servant or a female servant, thirty shekels of silver shall be given to their master, and the ox shall be stoned.
(WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Exodus 21:33
And if a man shall open a pit, or if a man shall dig a pit, and not cover it, and an ox or an ass fall therein;
(KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Exodus 21:34
the owner of the pit shall make it good, shall give money to the owner of them; and the dead ox shall be his.
(DBY)

Exodus 21:35
And if one man's ox hurt another's, that he die; then they shall sell the live ox, and divide the money of it; and the dead ox also they shall divide.
(KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Exodus 21:36
Or if it be known that the ox hath used to push in time past, and his owner hath not kept him in; he shall surely pay ox for ox; and the dead shall be his own.
(KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Exodus 22:1
"If a man steals an ox or a sheep, and kills it, or sells it; he shall pay five oxen for an ox, and four sheep for a sheep.
(WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Exodus 22:2
If the thief is found breaking in, and is struck so that he dies, there shall be no guilt of bloodshed for him.
(See RSV)

Exodus 22:4
If the stolen property is found in his hand alive, whether it is ox, donkey, or sheep, he shall pay double.
(WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS NIV)

Exodus 22:9
For every matter of trespass, whether it be for ox, for donkey, for sheep, for clothing, or for any kind of lost thing, about which one says,'This is mine,' the cause of both parties shall come before God. He whom God condemns shall pay double to his neighbor.
(WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Exodus 22:10
"If a man delivers to his neighbor a donkey, an ox, a sheep, or any animal to keep, and it dies or is injured, or driven away, no man seeing it;
(WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Exodus 22:30
Likewise shalt thou do with thine oxen, and with thy sheep: seven days it shall be with his dam; on the eighth day thou shalt give it me.
(Root in KJV JPS ASV BBE WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Exodus 23:4
"If you meet your enemy's ox or his donkey going astray, you shall surely bring it back to him again.
(WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Exodus 23:12
"Six days you shall do your work, and on the seventh day you shall rest, that your ox and your donkey may have rest, and the son of your handmaid, and the alien may be refreshed.
(WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Exodus 29:1
This is what you are to do to make them holy, to do the work of priests to me: Take one young ox and two male sheep, without any mark on them,
(BBE)

Exodus 29:3
Put these in a basket and take them, with the ox and the two sheep.
(BBE)

Exodus 29:10
Then let the ox be taken in front of the Tent of meeting: and let Aaron and his sons put their hands on its head.
(BBE)

Exodus 29:11
And you are to put the ox to death before the Lord at the door of the Tent of meeting.
(BBE)

Exodus 29:12
Then take some of the blood of the ox, and put it on the horns of the altar with your finger, draining out all the rest of the blood at the base of the altar.
(BBE)

Exodus 29:13
And take all the fat covering the inside of the ox, and the fat joining the liver and the two kidneys with the fat round them, and let them be burned on the altar;
(BBE)

Exodus 29:14
But the flesh of the ox and its skin and its waste parts are to be burned outside the circle of the tents, for it is a sin-offering.
(BBE)

Exodus 29:36
Every day an ox is to be offered as a sin-offering, to take away sins: and by this offering on it, you will make the altar clean from sin; and you are to put oil on it and make it holy.
(BBE)

Exodus 32:4
And he took the gold from them and, hammering it with an instrument, he made it into the metal image of a young ox: and they said, This is your god, O Israel, who took you out of the land of Egypt.
(BBE)

Exodus 32:8
Even now they are turned away from the rule I gave them, and have made themselves a metal ox and given worship to it and offerings, saying, This is your god, O Israel, who took you up out of the land of Egypt.
(BBE)

Exodus 32:19
And when he came near the tents he saw the image of the ox, and the people dancing; and in his wrath Moses let the stones go from his hands, and they were broken at the foot of the mountain.
(BBE)

Exodus 32:20
And he took the ox which they had made, burning it in the fire and crushing it to powder, and he put it in the water and made the children of Israel take a drink of it.
(BBE)

Exodus 32:24
Then I said to them, Whoever has any gold, let him take it off; so they gave it to me, and I put it in the fire, and this image of an ox came out.
(BBE)

Exodus 32:35
And the Lord sent punishment on the people because they gave worship to the ox which Aaron made.
(BBE)

Exodus 34:19
All that openeth the matrix is mine; and every firstling among thy cattle, whether ox or sheep, that is male.
(KJV JPS BBE DBY WBS YLT)

Leviticus 1:5
And the ox is to be put to death before the Lord: then Aaron's sons, the priests, are to take the blood and put some of it on and round the altar which is at the door of the Tent of meeting.
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:3
If the chief priest by doing wrong becomes a cause of sin to the people, then let him give to the Lord for the sin which he has done, an ox, without any mark, for a sin-offering.
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:4
And he is to take the ox to the door of the Tent of meeting before the Lord; and put his hand on its head and put it to death before the Lord.
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:7
And the priest is to put some of the blood on the horns of the altar on which perfume is burned before the Lord in the Tent of meeting, draining out all the rest of the blood of the ox at the base of the altar of burned offering which is at the door of the Tent of meeting.
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:8
And he is to take away all the fat of the ox of the sin-offering; the fat covering the inside parts and all the fat of the inside parts,
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:10
as it is taken off from the ox of the sacrifice of peace-offerings: and the priest shall burn them upon the altar of burnt-offering.
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Leviticus 4:11
And the skin of the ox and all its flesh, with its head and its legs and its inside parts and its waste,
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:12
All the ox, he is to take away outside the circle of the tents into a clean place where the burned waste is put, and there it is to be burned on wood with fire.
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:14
When the sin which they have done comes to light, then let all the people give an ox for a sin-offering, and take it before the Tent of meeting.
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:15
And let the chiefs of the people put their hands on its head before the Lord, and put the ox to death before the Lord.
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:20
Let him do with the ox as he did with the ox of the sin-offering; and the priest will take away their sin and they will have forgiveness.
(BBE)

Leviticus 4:21
Then let the ox be taken away outside the tent-circle, that it may be burned as the other ox was burned; it is the sin-offering for all the people.
(BBE)

Leviticus 7:23
Speak unto the children of Israel, saying, Ye shall eat no manner of fat, of ox, or of sheep, or of goat.
(KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Leviticus 8:2
Take Aaron, and his sons with him, and the robes and the holy oil and the ox of the sin-offering and the two male sheep and the basket of unleavened bread;
(BBE)

Leviticus 8:14
And he took the ox of the sin-offering: and Aaron and his sons put their hands on the head of the ox,
(BBE)

Leviticus 8:17
But the ox, with its skin and its flesh and its waste, was burned with fire outside the tent-circle, as the Lord gave orders to Moses.
(BBE)

Leviticus 9:2
And he said to Aaron, Take a young ox for a sin-offering and a male sheep for a burned offering, without a mark, and make an offering of them before the Lord.
(BBE)

Leviticus 9:3
And say to the children of Israel: Take a he-goat for a sin-offering, and a young ox and a lamb, in their first year, without any mark on them, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Leviticus 9:4
and an ox and a ram for peace-offerings, to sacrifice before Jehovah; and a meal-offering mingled with oil: for to-day Jehovah appeareth unto you.
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Leviticus 9:8
So Aaron came near to the altar and put to death the ox for the sin-offering for himself;
(BBE)

Leviticus 9:18
He slew also the ox and the ram, the sacrifice of peace-offerings, which was for the people: and Aaron's sons delivered unto him the blood, which he sprinkled upon the altar round about,
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Leviticus 9:19
and the fat of the ox and of the ram, the fat tail, and that which covereth the inwards , and the kidneys, and the caul of the liver:
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Leviticus 16:3
Let Aaron come into the holy place in this way: with an ox for a sin-offering and a male sheep for a burned offering.
(BBE)

Leviticus 16:6
And Aaron is to give the ox of the sin-offering for himself, to make himself and his house free from sin.
(BBE)

Leviticus 16:11
And Aaron is to give the ox of the sin-offering for himself and take away sin from himself and his house, and put to death the ox of the sin-offering which is for himself.
(BBE)

Leviticus 16:15
Then let him put to death the goat of the sin-offering for the people, and take its blood inside the veil and do with it as he did with the blood of the ox, shaking drops of it on and before the cover of the ark.
(BBE)

Leviticus 16:18
And he is to go out to the altar which is before the Lord and make it free from sin; and he is to take some of the blood of the ox and the blood of the goat and put it on the horns of the altar and round it;
(BBE)

Leviticus 16:27
And the ox of the sin-offering and the goat of the sin-offering, whose blood was taken in to make the holy place free from sin, are to be taken away outside the tent-circle and their skins and their flesh and their waste are to be burned with fire.
(BBE)

Leviticus 17:3
What man soever there be of the house of Israel, that killeth an ox, or lamb, or goat, in the camp, or that killeth it out of the camp,
(KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Leviticus 22:23
An ox or a lamb which has more or less than its natural parts, may be given as a free offering; but it will not be taken in payment of an oath.
(BBE YLT NAS NIV)

Leviticus 22:27
When an ox or a sheep or a goat is given birth, let it be with its mother for seven days; and after the eighth day it may be taken as an offering made by fire to the Lord.
(BBE DBY YLT NAS)

Leviticus 22:28
but an ox or sheep -- it and its young one, ye do not slaughter in one day.
(YLT NAS)

Leviticus 23:18
And with the bread, take seven lambs of the first year, without any marks, and one ox and two male sheep, to be a burned offering to the Lord, with their meal offering and their drink offerings, an offering of a sweet smell made by fire to the Lord.
(BBE)

Leviticus 27:26
"'Only the firstborn among animals, which is made a firstborn to Yahweh, no man may dedicate it; whether an ox or sheep, it is Yahweh's.
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Numbers 7:3
and they brought their offering before Yahweh, six covered wagons, and twelve oxen; a wagon for every two of the princes, and for each one an ox: and they presented them before the tabernacle.
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Numbers 7:15
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:21
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:27
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:33
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:39
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:45
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:51
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:57
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:63
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:69
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:75
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 7:81
One young ox, one male sheep, one he-lamb of the first year, for a burned offering;
(BBE)

Numbers 8:8
Then let them take a young ox and its meal offering, crushed grain mixed with oil, and take another ox for a sin-offering.
(BBE)

Numbers 15:8
And when you make ready a young ox for a burned or other offering, or for the effecting of an oath, or for peace-offerings to the Lord:
(BBE)

Numbers 15:9
Then with the ox give a meal offering of three tenth parts of a measure of the best meal mixed with half a hin of oil.
(BBE)

Numbers 15:11
This is to be done for every young ox and for every male sheep or he-lamb or young goat.
(BBE DBY YLT NAS)

Numbers 18:17
But the firstling of a cow, or the firstling of a sheep, or the firstling of a goat, thou shalt not redeem; they are holy: thou shalt sprinkle their blood upon the altar, and shalt burn their fat for an offering made by fire, for a sweet savor unto Jehovah.
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Numbers 22:4
Moab said to the elders of Midian, "Now this multitude will lick up all that is around us, as the ox licks up the grass of the field." Balak the son of Zippor was king of Moab at that time.
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Numbers 23:2
And Balak did as Balaam had said; and Balak and Balaam made an offering on every altar of an ox and a male sheep.
(BBE)

Numbers 23:4
And God came to Balaam, and Balaam said to him, I have made ready seven altars, offering an ox and a male sheep on every altar.
(BBE)

Subtopics

Ox

The Ox used for Carrying Burdens

The Ox used for Drawing Wagons

The Ox used for Earing the Ground

The Ox used for Food

The Ox used for Ploughing

The Ox used for Sacrifice

The Ox used for Treading out the Corn

The Ox was Clean and Fit for Food

The Ox was Fed in Stalls

The Ox was Fed in the Valleys

The Ox was Fed with Corn

The Ox was Fed with Grass

The Ox was Fed with Straw

The Ox was Fed: On the Hills

The Ox: (Engaged in Husbandry) of Ministers

The Ox: (Led to Slaughter) of a Rash Youth

The Ox: (Led to Slaughter) of Saints Under Persecution

The Ox: (Not Muzzled in Treading Corn) of Minister's Right To

The Ox: (Prepared for a Feast) the Provision of the Gospel

The Ox: (Stall Fed) Sumptuous Living

The Ox: Beautiful

The Ox: Bull or Bullock of Fierce Enemies

The Ox: Bull or Bullock: (Fatted) of Greedy Mercenaries

The Ox: Bull or Bullock: (Firstling of) of the Glory of Joseph

The Ox: Bull or Bullock: (In a Net) of the Impatient Under Judgment

The Ox: Bull or Bullock: (Unaccustomed to the Yoke) Intractable Sinners

The Ox: Custom of Sending the Pieces of, to Collect the People to War

The Ox: Formed a Part of the Patriarchal Wealth

The Ox: Formed a Part of the Wealth of Israel in Egypt

The Ox: Formed a Part of the Wealth of the Jews

The Ox: Goes to the Slaughter Unconscious

The Ox: Heifer of a Beloved Wife

The Ox: Heifer: (At Grass) of the Luxurious Chaldees

The Ox: Heifer: (Fair) of the Beauty and Wealth of Egypt

The Ox: Heifer: (Of Three Years Old) Moab in Affliction

The Ox: Heifer: (Sliding Back) Backsliding Israel

The Ox: Heifer: (Taught) Israel's Fondness for Ease in Preference To

The Ox: Herdmen Appointed Over

The Ox: Horns and Hoofs of, Alluded To

The Ox: Includes The: Bull

The Ox: Includes The: Bullock

The Ox: Includes The: Cow

The Ox: Includes The: Heifer

The Ox: Increase of, Promised

The Ox: Kine of Proud and Wealthy Rules

The Ox: Kine: (Lean) of Years of Scarcity

The Ox: Kine: (Well Favoured) Years of Plenty

The Ox: Laws Respecting of Others If Lost or Hurt Through Neglect, to be Made Good

The Ox: Laws Respecting of Others not to be Coveted

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Fallen Under Its Burden to be Raised up Again

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Fat of, not to be Eaten

The Ox: Laws Respecting: If Stolen to be Restored Double

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Killing a Man, to be Stoned

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Mode of Reparation for One, Killing Another

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Not to be Muzzled when Treading out the Corn

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Not to be Yoked With an Donkey in the Same Plough

The Ox: Laws Respecting: Straying to be Brought Back to Its Owner

The Ox: Laws Respecting: To Rest on the Sabbath

The Ox: Lowing of, Alluded To

The Ox: Male Firstlings of, Belonged to God

The Ox: Not Without Sagacity

The Ox: Often Found Wild

The Ox: Often Given As a Present

The Ox: Often Stall-Fed for Slaughter

The Ox: Publicly Sold

The Ox: Rapid Manner of Collecting Its Food Alluded To

The Ox: Required Great Care and Attention

The Ox: Sea of Brass Rested on Figures of

The Ox: Strong

The Ox: The Wicked often Took, in Pledge from the Poor

The Ox: Tithe of, Given to the Priests

The Ox: Urged on by the Goad

The Ox: Young of, Considered a Great Delicacy

Related Terms

Wild-ox (6 Occurrences)

Ox-goad (2 Occurrences)

Ox-cords (1 Occurrence)

Ox-stick (1 Occurrence)

Ox-driving (1 Occurrence)

Gore (9 Occurrences)

Push (23 Occurrences)

Man-servant (18 Occurrences)

Muzzle (4 Occurrences)

Neighbour's (30 Occurrences)

Unicorn (6 Occurrences)

Gored (3 Occurrences)

Wont (19 Occurrences)

Woman-servant (12 Occurrences)

Frequently (28 Occurrences)

Tent-circle (45 Occurrences)

Repayeth (16 Occurrences)

Restrained (51 Occurrences)

Exchanged (22 Occurrences)

Manservant (14 Occurrences)

Accustomed (15 Occurrences)

Stall (7 Occurrences)

Maid-servant (49 Occurrences)

Damage (57 Occurrences)

Heretofore (25 Occurrences)

Neighbour (139 Occurrences)

Creature (73 Occurrences)

Restore (122 Occurrences)

Manger (7 Occurrences)

Crib (3 Occurrences)

Antelope (2 Occurrences)

Slaughters (3 Occurrences)

Maidservant (73 Occurrences)

Donkey (84 Occurrences)

Crushing (93 Occurrences)

Kills (38 Occurrences)

Zoology

Living (3112 Occurrences)

Sold (92 Occurrences)

Quit (12 Occurrences)

Jumping (14 Occurrences)

Guiltless (29 Occurrences)

Graze (11 Occurrences)

Treads (19 Occurrences)

Theft (5 Occurrences)

Treadeth (25 Occurrences)

Treading (26 Occurrences)

Behemoth (1 Occurrence)

Beef

Confined (18 Occurrences)

Acquitted (24 Occurrences)

Stiffnecked (9 Occurrences)

Stiff-necked (18 Occurrences)

Sacrificeth (22 Occurrences)

Slaughtered (72 Occurrences)

Threshing (57 Occurrences)

Control (88 Occurrences)

Peace-offering (46 Occurrences)

Causing (248 Occurrences)

Alphabet (2 Occurrences)

Peace-offerings (82 Occurrences)

Smite (230 Occurrences)

Ass (95 Occurrences)

Metal (69 Occurrences)

Donkeys (71 Occurrences)

Inside (185 Occurrences)

Tents (284 Occurrences)

Female (95 Occurrences)

Bullock (95 Occurrences)

Sow (61 Occurrences)

Oxen (176 Occurrences)

Wild (147 Occurrences)

Pulling (57 Occurrences)

Pay (212 Occurrences)

Neighbor (123 Occurrences)

Kine (24 Occurrences)

Neighbor's (31 Occurrences)

Bondman (108 Occurrences)

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