Battle-bow


Battle-bow
   The war-bow used in fighting (Zech. 9:10; 10:4). "Thy bow was made quite naked" (Hab. 3:9) means that it was made ready for use. By David's order (2 Sam. 1:18) the young men were taught the use, or rather the song of the bow. (See Armour, Bow.)

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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