Loop (only in the plural לֻלָאוֹת, lulaoth', windings; Sept. (ἄγκυλαι, Vulg. ansulae), an attachment or knotted "eye," probably of cord, corresponding to the knobs or "taches" (קרָסַים) in the edges of the curtains of the tabernacle for joining them into a continuous circuit, fifty to a curtain, and formed of blue material (Ex 26:4-5,10-11; Ex 36:11-12,17). SEE TABERNACLE.

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