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This is said, in one of the Ineffable Degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, to be the name of the balustrade before the Sanctum Sanctorum. There is no such word in Hebrew, but it may be a corruption of the Talmudic , which Buxtorf (Talmudic Lexicon) defines as a beam, a little beam, a small rafter.

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