Flank

Flank

כֶּסֶל, kesel, the loin of an animal (Job 14:22, where fatness is noted as a sign of self-pampering); elsewhere in the plur. for the internal muscles of the loins near the kidneys, to which the fat adheres, Gr. ψόαι (Leviticus iii, 4, 10, 15; 4:9; 7:4); hence the viscera in general, umetaphorically for the inmost feelings C" loins," Ps 38:8). SEE REINS.

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