Urim and Thummim
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U·rim and Thum·mim(yo͝or′ĭm ən thŭm′ĭm, o͝or′ĭm; to͝om′ĭm)
Sacred objects carried inside the breastplate of the high priest of ancient Israel and used as oracular media to divine the will of God.
Urim and Thummim(ˈjʊərɪm; ˈθʌmɪm)
(Bible) Old Testament two objects probably used as oracles and carried in the breastplate of the high priest (Exodus 28:30)
[C16: from Hebrew]
U•rim and Thum•mim(ˈyʊər ɪm, ˈʊər-; ˈθʌm ɪm, ˈtʊm-)
objects worn in the breastplate of the Jewish high priest and used, perhaps like lots, to determine God's will. Ex. 28:30.
[1530–40; partial translation of Hebrew ūrīm wəthummīm]
Urim y Tumim