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by Paul F. Bradshaw
Ablutions The purifications of the sacred vessels following the consumption of the bread and wine at the *eucharist. In early centuries the water (also at times wine) used for the ablution of the vessels was poured away into the sacrarium or ...
by Tremper III Longman
Ablutions include a variety of practices found primarily in the OT through which persons washed in order to participate in the most important activities of the community, usually worship. Although terms referring to washing cover a ...
Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the arts, sciences, literature, etc. : intended to supersede the use of other books of reference (1816)
Are cleans'd, and cast th' ablutions in the main. . \ _ Pose's Iliad. 3. The rinfing of chemical preparations in water, to dissolve and wash away any acrimonious particles. 4. The cup given, without consecration, to the laity in the popish churches.
by Everett Ferguson
Ablutions. Cleansingsfrommoral, physical,and ritual impurityby water with theintention of separating the subjects from evil,
Although ablutions were characteristic of ancient religions generally, early Christian thought and practiceaboutthem ...
by Ramin Sarraf
\ group ablutions] getting others wet by splashing water during washing/ ablutions /vuzu be jama' at gereftan/ v.phr. \ Mil.;War.
Some take two ablutions, the first of wine, the second of wine and water mixed. The object of this is to insure the entire consumption of ...
by John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex)
The water used in washing : Wasti'd by the briny wave, the pious train Are cleans' d, and cast th' ablutions in the main. Pope. The rinsing of chemical preparations in water, to dissolve and wash away any acrimonious particles. Ablution, in a ...
The Dictionary of Medical and Surgical Knowledge ... By the Editor of the “Dictionary of Useful Knowledge”&c. [i.e. Robert Kemp Philp.] (1864)
Ablutions, or Lustrotions, as they are properly called, constituted an important art of the Mosaic ceremonial, and were quently practised by the Jews, both by the priesthood and the people. Among the Hindoos, ablution forms one of the most ...
The dictionary of medical and surgical knowledge, by the editor of the 'Dictionary of useful knowledge'. (1864)
by Robert Kemp Philp
Ablutions, or lustrations, as they are properly called, constituted an important part of the Mosaic ceremonial, and were frequently practised by the Jews, both by the priesthood and the people. Among the Hindoos, ablution forms one of the most ...
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