Mark on the Person
Mark On The Person (in this sense תָּו, tav, Eze 9:4,6; χάραγμα, Revelation 13 sq.), a brand or other character fixed upon the forehead (q.v.), hand, etc., usually of slaves, for the purpose of identifying them. SEE SLAVE.
In the case of Cain (Ge 4:15), a special token (אוֹת, sign, as elsewhere rendered) was assigned him in assurance of safety. SEE CAIN.