from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Jewish sacrificial offering, constituting a part of the daily service of the altar or of special services, consisting of fine flour either raw or baked without leaven but with salt, or of dried or parched and pounded corn of the first-fruits, etc., with fine oil and frankincense. See Lev. ii. and vi. 14-23, etc. In the revised version rendered meal-offering.
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