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Fullers Soap, 1 Definition(s)

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(Heb. borith mekabbeshim, i.e., "alkali of those treading cloth"). Mention is made ( Proverbs 25:20 ; Jeremiah 2:22 ) of nitre and also ( Malachi 3:2 ) of soap (Heb. borith) used by the fuller in his operations. Nitre is found in Syria, and vegetable alkali was obtained from the ashes of certain plants. (See SOAP .)

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( Jeremiah 2:22 ; Malachi 3:2 ; Heb. borith), properly a vegetable alkali, obtai...
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A class of devas who were present at the preaching of the Mahasamaya Sutta. ...
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· Cuṇṇa
cuṇṇa : (nt.) powder; chunam; soap-powder.
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· Na cirassaṃ
na cirassaṃ : (adv.) shortly; before long.
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· Na kadāci
na kadāci : (ind.) never.
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· Na kvaci
na kvaci : (ind.) nowhere.
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· Na eva
na eva : (ind.) indeed not.
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· Na upeti
na upeti : it is not befitting.
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