dung'-hil ('ashpoth, 1Sa 2:8, madhmenah, etc., with other words; kopria, Lu 14:35): Dung heap, or place of refuse. To sit upon a dunghill (1Sa 2:8; Ps 113:7; La 4:5) is significant of the lowest and most wretched condition. To turn a house into a dunghill (Da 2:5; 3:29), or be flung upon a dunghill (Lu 14:35), marks the extreme of ignominy.

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See also DUNG.

See also the McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia.

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