Ma'gor-mis'sabib (Hebrew, lMagor' mis-sabib', מָגוֹד מַסָּבַיב, terror from around about; Sept. Μέτοικος κυκλόθεν, Vulg. Pavor undiquae), an epithet applied at the divine instance by Jeremiah to the persecuting: Pashur (q.v.), emblematical of his signal fate, as explained in the context (Jer 20:3). "It is remarkable that the same phrase occurs in several other passages of Jeremiah (6:25; 20:10; 46:5; 49:29; La 2:22), and is only found besides in Ps 31:13" (Smith).

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