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laver (s) (noun), lavers (pl)
1. In the Old Testament, a large basin upon a foot or pedestal in the court of the Hebrew tabernacle and subsequently in the temple, containing water for the ablutions of the priests and for the washing of the sacrifices in the temple service.
2. In some churches, the font or water of baptism.
3. Any spiritually cleansing agency.
4. A basin, bowl, or cistern to wash in.
5. Any bowl or pan for water.
6. Any of several dried, edible seaweeds of the genera Porphyra (the red algae) and Ulva (the green algae).
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