Fatling

Fatling.

1. מרַיא, meria', a fatted animal, especially bullock ("calf") for slaughter, 2Sa 6:13; Isa 11:6; Eze 39:18.

2. מֵחִ, vie'ach, a marrowy sheep (q.v.), especially of the fat-tailed variety (Ps 66:15).

Definition of fatling

3. Improperly for מַשׁנֶה, mishne-', the second in rank, i.e. of inferior quality, 1Sa 15:9.

4. (Corresponding with No. 1), σιτιστός, corn fed, i.e. stalled, fat, Mt 22:4. SEE FAT.

 
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