Urim and Thummim

plural noun Urim and Thum·mim \ˌyu̇r-ə-mən(d)-ˈthə-məm, ˌu̇r-; ˌu̇r-ēm-ən(d)-ˈtu̇-mēm\

Definition of Urim and Thummim

  1. :  sacred lots used in early times by the Hebrews

Origin and Etymology of urim and thummim

partial translation of Hebrew ūrīm wĕthummīm

First Known Use: 1537

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