Origin of Urim and ThummimClassical Hebrew (language) ?r?m b'tumm?m
Urim and ThummimU·rim and Thum·mim
Urim and Thummim
Origin of Urim and ThummimPartial translation of Hebrew 'ûrîm wə-tummîm 'ûrîm perhaps pl. of 'ûr flame, light ( from 'ôr to be light ℵwr) wə- and tummîm pl. of tōm completion, integrity ( from tam to be complete tmm)
- Certain sacred objects (whose precise form and nature is unknown) that were worn on the breastplate of the Jewish high priest, as described in the Bible, and used in divination or casting lots. [from 16th c.]
- (Mormonism) A set of seer stones bound by silver bows into a set of spectacles, that founder Joseph Smith, Jr. said he found on the hill Cumorah (which is actually a drumlin) and used to interpret the golden plates.
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