a frame, especially of the 18th century, around a doorway, niche, etc., that suggests a small building, characteristically one with a pediment and two pilasters on a base.
noun 1. a mirror of c1800, having columns and a cornice, usually gilt, with a painted panel over the mirror.
- Tabernacle of testimony
the tabernacle, the great glory of which was that it contained “the testimony”, i.e., the “two tables” (Ex. 38:21). The ark in which these tables were deposited was called the “ark of the testimony” (40:3), and also simply the “testimony” (27:21; 30:6).
noun 1. any place or house of worship, especially one designed for a large congregation. 2. (often initial capital letter) the portable sanctuary in use by the Israelites from the time of their wandering in the wilderness after the Exodus from Egypt to the building of the Temple in Jerusalem by Solomon. Ex. 25–27. 3. […]
adjective 1. wasting away; becoming emaciated or consumed. adjective 1. progressively emaciating; wasting away 2. of, relating to, or having tabes