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circumcisioncir`cum*cision (?), n. [l. circumcisio.] 1. the act of cutting off the prepuce or foreskin of males, or the internal labia of females.note: the circumcision of males is practiced as a religious rite by the jews, mohammedans, etc. 2. (script.) (a) the jews, as a circumcised people. (b) rejection of the sins of the flesh; spiritual purification, and acceptance of the christian faith.

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The Jews, as a circumcised people.  

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The act of cutting off the prepuce or foreskin of males, or the internal labia of females.  

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Rejection of the sins of the flesh; spiritual purification, and acceptance of the christian faith.  

Noun1. (Roman catholic church and anglican Church) feast day celebrating the circumcision of Jesus; celebrated on january 1st (synonym) feast of the Circumcision, january 1 (hypernym) feast day, fete day (classification) roman Catholic, western Church, roman catholic Church, church of Rome, roman Church

Noun1. the act of circumcising performed on males eight days after birth as a jewish and muslim religious rite (hypernym) rite, religious rite (hyponym) Berith, Berit, Brith, Bris, briss (derivation) circumcise2. the act of circumcising; surgical removal of the foreskin of males (hypernym) abscission, cutting off (derivation) circumcise

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Enwaidiad = n. circumcision



was peculiarly, though not exclusively, a jewish rite. It was enjoined upon Abraham, the father of the nation, by God, at the institution and as the token of the covenant, which assured to him and his descendants the promise of the Messiah. Gen. 17. It was thus made a necessary condition of jewish nationality. every male child was to be circumcised when eight days old, (Leviticus 12:3) on pain of death. the biblical notice of the rite describes it as distinctively Jewish; so that in the new testament "the circumcision" and "the uncircumcision" are frequently used as synonyms for the jews and the Gentiles. the rite has been found to prevail extensively in both ancient and modern times. though mohammed did not enjoin circumcision in the Koran, he was circumcised himself, according to the custom of his country; and circumcision is now as common among the Mohammedans as among the Jews. the process of restoring a circumcised person to his natural condition by a surgical operation was sometimes undergone. some of the jews in the time of Antiochus Epiphanes, wishing to assimilate themselves to the heathen around them, "made themselves uncircumcised." against having recourse to this practice, from an excessive anti-Judaistic tendency, St. paul cautions the Corinthians. (1 corinthians 7:18)   

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cutting around. this rite, practised before, as some think, by divers races, was appointed by god to be the special badge of his chosen people, an abiding sign of their consecration to him. It was established as a national ordinance (Gen. 17:10, 11). In compliance with the divine command, Abraham, though ninety-nine years of age, was circumcised on the same day with Ishmael, who was thirteen years old (17:24-27). Slaves, whether home-born or purchased, were circumcised (17:12, 13); and all foreigners must have their males circumcised before they could enjoy the privileges of jewish citizenship (Ex. 12:48). during the journey through the wilderness, the practice of circumcision fell into disuse, but was resumed by the command of joshua before they entered the promised land (Josh. 5:2-9). It was observed always afterwards among the tribes of israel, although it is not expressly mentioned from the time of the settlement in canaan till the time of Christ, about 1,450 years. the jews prided themselves in the possession of this covenant distinction (Judg. 14:3; 15:18; 1 Sam. 14:6; 17:26; 2 Sam. 1:20; Ezek. 31:18). As a rite of the church it ceased when the new testament times began (Gal. 6:15; Col. 3:11). some jewish christians sought to impose it, however, on the gentile converts; but this the apostles resolutely resisted (Acts 15:1; Gal. 6:12). our lord was circumcised, for it "became him to fulfil all righteousness," as of the seed of Abraham, according to the flesh; and paul "took and circumcised" timothy (Acts 16:3), to avoid giving offence to the Jews. It would render Timothy's labours more acceptable to the Jews. but paul would by no means consent to the demand that titus should be circumcised (Gal. 2:3-5). the great point for which he contended was the free admission of uncircumcised gentiles into the church. He contended successfully in behalf of Titus, even in Jerusalem. In the old testament a spiritual idea is attached to circumcision. It was the symbol of purity (Isa. 52:1). We read of uncircumcised lips (Ex. 6:12, 30), ears (Jer. 6:10), hearts (Lev. 26:41). the fruit of a tree that is unclean is spoken of as uncircumcised (Lev. 19:23). It was a sign and seal of the covenant of grace as well as of the national covenant between god and the Hebrews. (1.) It sealed the promises made to Abraham, which related to the commonwealth of Israel, national promises. (2.) but the promises made to abraham included the promise of redemption (Gal. 3:14), a promise which has come upon us. the covenant with abraham was a dispensation or a specific form of the covenant of grace, and circumcision was a sign and seal of that covenant. It had a spiritual meaning. It signified purification of the heart, inward circumcision effected by the spirit (Deut. 10:16; 30:6; Ezek. 44:7; acts 7:51; Rom. 2:28; Col. 2:11). circumcision as a symbol shadowing forth sanctification by the holy spirit has now given way to the symbol of baptism (q.v.). but the truth embodied in both ordinances is ever the same, the removal of sin, the sanctifying effects of grace in the heart. under the jewish dispensation, church and state were identical. No one could be a member of the one without also being a member of the other. circumcision was a sign and seal of membership in both. every circumcised person bore thereby evidence that he was one of the chosen people, a member of the church of god as it then existed, and consequently also a member of the jewish commonwealth.

In Judaism, circumcision is the removal of the foreskin of a penis. It is done to all male babies eight days after their birth by a ritual surgeon called a mohel. the jews believe that this is the sign of God's covenant with Israel, as commanded by the Torah.

Circumcision is the surgical or other cutting of some or all of the foreskin (prepuce) from the penis. the word "circumcision" comes from Latin circum (meaning "around") and caedere (meaning "to cut").

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Anagrams

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Word analysis of circumcision

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