Jewish History. a lamb slaughtered and eaten on the eve of the first day of Passover. Ex. 12:3–11.
(initial capital letters) .
(initial capital letters) any of several symbolic representations of , as the Agnus Dei.
(initial capital letters). Also called Holy Lamb. Heraldry. a representation of a lamb passant having around its head a nimbus and supporting on the dexter shoulder a crosslike staff bearing a flag argent charged with a cross gules.
(sometimes not capitals) (Old Testament) the lamb killed and eaten on the first day of the Passover
Christ regarded as this sacrifice


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