Crispingpin

Crisping-pin (חָרַיט, charit', something chiselled; the Sept. translates undistinguishably, Isa 3:22). This word properly signifies a casket or pouch, and is elsewhere rendered a "bag" for money (2Ki 5:23, where the Arabic gives a leather money-bag); but in the passage in Isaiah it is to be understood as some kind of female ornament; probably, like our modern reticule, it was a richly ornamented purse or small bag, which the women wore attached to their girdles. They are usually described as made of silk, and wrought with gold and silver; but Jahn thinks that this purse was made of solid metal, sometimes of pure gold, and fashioned like a cone, with a border of rich cloth at the top. SEE ORNAMENT.

Bible concordance for CRISPING PINS.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

 
Topical Outlines Nave's Bible Topics International Standard Bible Encyclopedia Online King James Bible King James Dictionary
 

Scripture linking and popups powered by VerseClick™.