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cĭdăris , is, f. (cĭdar , aris, n., Auct. Itin. Alex. M. p. 64 Mai) [Persian; Heb. ; Gr. κίδαρις], = τιάρα ὀρθή, ornament for the head of Persian kings, a diadem, tiara: “cidarim Persae vocabant regium capitis insigne,Curt. 3, 3, 19.—
B. The crown of the Prince of Israel (in prophetic vision), Vulg. Ezech. 21, 26.—
II. A head-dress of the high-priest of the Jews (cf. the Talmud, ), Hier. Ep. 64, n. 3; id. in Ezech. 7, 21, 25; Lact. 4, 14, 8 (as transl. of the Heb. , Vulg. Zach. 3, 5); Vulg. Lev. 8, 9; 16, 4 al.
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