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Rostrum (1 Occurrence)

Acts 12:21 On an appointed day, Herod dressed himself in royal clothing, sat on the throne, and gave a speech to them. (See NAS)

Rostrum (1 Occurrence)
... alembic. 10. (n.) A pair of forceps of various kinds, having a beaklike form.
Multi-Version Concordance Rostrum (1 Occurrence). Acts ...
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Rot (15 Occurrences)

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Snout (1 Occurrence)
... 3. (n.) The nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc. 4. (n.) The anterior prolongation
of the head of a gastropod; -- called also rostrum. 5 ...
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968. bema -- a step, raised place, by impl. a tribunal
... place, by impl. a tribunal NASB Word Usage ground (1), judgment seat (7),
rostrum (1), tribunal (3). judgment seat, throne. From the ...
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) A stage or elevated platform for public speaking; the platform in the forum where orations, pleadings, funeral harangues, etc., were delivered; -- so called because after the Latin war, it was adorned with the beaks of captured vessels; later, applied also to other platforms erected in Rome for the use of public orators.

2. (n.) The beak or head of a ship.

3. (n.) Hence, a stage for public speaking; the pulpit or platform occupied by an orator or public speaker.

4. (n.) Any beaklike prolongation, esp. of the head of an animal, as the beak of birds.

5. (n.) The beak, or sucking mouth parts, of Hemiptera.

6. (n.) The snout of a gastropod mollusk.

7. (n.) The anterior, often spine like, prolongation of the carapace of a crustacean, as in the lobster and the prawn.

8. (n.) Same as Rostellum.

9. (n.) The pipe to convey the distilling liquor into its receiver in the common alembic.

10. (n.) A pair of forceps of various kinds, having a beaklike form.

Strong's Hebrew
4026. migdal -- a tower
... Also (in plural) feminine migdalah {mig-daw- law'}; from gadal; a tower (from its
size or height); by analogy, a rostrum; figuratively, a (pyramidal) bed of ...
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