Fondare 29 Risultati per: perfume

  • Whoever copies it for use as perfume shall be outlawed from his people." (Exodus 30, 38)

  • So bathe and perfume yourself, then put on your best clothes and go down to the threshing floor. But don't make yourself known to him till he has finished eating and drinking. (Ruth 3, 3)

  • So he sent a messenger to Tekoa to fetch a wise woman and he told her this, "Please pretend to be a mourner. Put on mourning garments and do not perfume yourself with oil that you may look like a woman who has been mourning for several days for the dead (2 Samuel 14, 2)

  • She took off the sackcloth and her widow's clothes in which she was dressed. She washed her whole body with water, anointed it with rich perfume, combed her hair and placed a jewelled band around it. She dressed herself in the beautiful garments she had been accustomed to wear when her husband, Manasseh, was living. (Judith 10, 3)

  • she took off her widow's robes, anointed her face with perfume, (Judith 16, 7)

  • The first daughter he named Dove, the second Cinnamon, and the third Bottle of Perfume. (Job 42, 14)

  • Pleasure-lovers remain poor, he who loves wine and perfume will never grow rich. (Proverbs 21, 17)

  • Oil and perfume gladden the heart; so too does the sweetness of friendship comfort the soul. (Proverbs 27, 9)

  • Dress in white and perfume your head. (Ecclesiastes 9, 8)

  • Your oil smells sweeter than any perfume, your name spreads out like balm; no wonder the maidens long for you. (Song of Solomon 1, 3)

  • While the king rests on his couch, my perfume gives forth its fragrance. (Song of Solomon 1, 12)

  • How sweet is your love, my sister, my bride! How delicious is your love more than wine, and the fragrance of your perfume, than any spice! (Song of Solomon 4, 10)

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