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6兔子 ―因为倒 嚼 不分 蹄 ,就与你们不洁净 ;
6And the hare, because he cheweth the cud, but divideth not the hoof; he is unclean unto you.
6 Verse 6. The hare] arnebeth, as Bochart and others

suppose, from arah, to crop, and nib, the

produce of the ground, these animals being remarkable for

destroying the fruits of the earth. That they are notorious for

destroying the tender blade of the young corn, is well known. It

is very likely that different species of these animals are

included under the general terms shaphan, and

arnebeth, for some travellers have observed that there are four

or five sorts of these animals, which are used for food in the

present day in those countries. See Harmer, vol. iii., p. 331,

edit. 1808. Some think the mountain rat, marmot, squirrel, and

hedgehog, may be intended under the word shaphan.

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