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Ox (1)

Heb. bakar, “cattle;” “neat cattle”, (Genesis 12:16; Genesis 34:28; Job 1:3, Job 1:14; Job 42:12, etc.); not to be muzzled when treading the corn (Deuteronomy 25:4). Referred to by our Lord in his reproof to the Pharisees (Luke 13:15; Luke 14:5).

See Antelope; Cattle; Wild-Ox.

Ox (2)

oks (Ὤξ, Ṓx):

One of the ancestors of Judith (Judith 8:1). The name is not Hebrew. Perhaps the Itala Ozi and the Syriac Uz point to the Hebrew Uzzi.

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