Leather Water Bottle
markodegard at HOTMAIL.COM
Fri May 11 17:38:54 UTC 2001
>From: Grant Barrett
>I've been digging around for a couple of days on this one:
>What's a word for a leather water bottle? The kind used in deserts, old
>in medieval times: they're flat when empty, jiggling when full, and if
>you've got the
>skill you can tilt your head back and aim for your mouth. Stitching on the
>Maybe an old goat gut.
This sounds like a 'skin', as with a wineskin.
Mark 2:22 (NIV)
And no one pours new wine into old wineskins. If
he does, the wine will burst the skins, and both
the wine and the wineskins will be ruined. No, he
pours new wine into new wineskins.
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