Talált 203 Eredmények: Unclean

  • "By the following you will be made unclean. Anyone who touches the carcase of one will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 11, 24)

  • Anyone who picks up their carcases must wash his clothing and will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 11, 25)

  • Animals that have hoofs, but not cloven, and that are not ruminant, you will regard as unclean; anyone who touches them will be unclean. (Leviticus 11, 26)

  • Those four-footed animals which walk on the flat of their paws you will regard as unclean; anyone who touches their carcases will be unclean until evening, (Leviticus 11, 27)

  • and anyone who picks up their carcases must wash his clothing and will be unclean until evening. You will regard them as unclean. (Leviticus 11, 28)

  • "Of the small creatures which crawl along the ground, these are the ones which you will regard as unclean: the mole, the rat, the various kinds of lizard: (Leviticus 11, 29)

  • "Of all the small creatures, these are the animals which you must regard as disgusting. Anyone who touches them when they are dead will be unclean until evening. (Leviticus 11, 31)

  • "Any object on which one of these creatures falls when it is dead becomes unclean: wooden utensil, clothing, skin, sacking, any utensil whatever. It must be immersed in water and will remain unclean until evening: then it will be clean. (Leviticus 11, 32)

  • If the creature falls into an earthenware vessel, the vessel must be broken; whatever the vessel contains is unclean. (Leviticus 11, 33)

  • Any edible food will be unclean if the water touches it; any drinkable liquid will be unclean, no matter what its container. (Leviticus 11, 34)

  • Anything on which the carcase of such a creature may fall will be unclean: be it oven or stove, it must be destroyed; for they are unclean and you will regard them as unclean (Leviticus 11, 35)

  • (although springs, wells and stretches of water will remain clean); anyone who touches one of their carcases will be unclean. (Leviticus 11, 36)


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