spoon (kaph; Septuagint thuiske, except in Jer 52:18, where it is kreagra, literally, "fork"): A hollow vessel, a censer; a small vessel in which incense was to be burnt, as is seen from the account given in Nu 7:1-89 of the oblations of the princes of the tribes after the setting-up of the tabernacle. Beginning with Nu 7:14, we meet at every succeeding Nu 6:1-27th verse the statement, "one golden spoon of ten shekels, full of incense," till at Nu 7:86 the summary statement is made, "the twelve golden spoons, full of incense."

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