Laver
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    Laver

    A vessel containing water for the priests to wash their hands and feet before offering sacrifice. In the tabernacle it stood between the altar and the door (Ex. 30:17–21). In Solomon’s temple, besides the molten sea, there were 10 lavers on wheels, with bases (1 Kgs. 7:27–39), used for washing the animals that were to be sacrificed (2 Chr. 4:6).