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seir

(siːr)
n
(Animals) a fish, Cybidium guttatum, of Indian seas belonging to the mackerel family
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Yohanan: It says "These are the sons of Se'ir the Horite, dwellers of the land" [Genesis 36:20]...it means that they were expert in working the land, for they would say: this rod-length for olives, this rod-length for vines, this rod-length for figs.
One line urges God to "annihilate Se'ir and his father-in-law." "Se'ir" is a name for Esau, the symbol of Christianity in medieval Jewish literature.
Se'ir, and later became extinct," "The God of the Jews was [sic] created from an ancient volcano above the hills of Yemen," "The temple was never built, neither in Jerusalem nor anywhere else," and more...