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GOAT. Designated as one of the clean animals to be eaten, Deut. 14:4, with Lev. 11:1-8. Used for food, Gen. 27:9; 1 Sam. 16:20; for the paschal feast, Ex. 12:5; 2 Chr. 35:7; as a sacrifice by Abraham, Gen. 15:9; by Gideon, Judg. 6:19; Manoah, Judg. 13:19. Milk of, used for food, Prov. 27:27. Hair of, used for clothing, Num. 31:20; pillows, 1 Sam. 19:13; curtains of the tabernacle, Ex. 26:7; 35:23; 36:14. Used for tents, see Tabernacles. Regulations of Mosaic law required that a kid should not be killed for food before it was eight days old, Lev. 22:27, nor boiled in its mother's milk, Ex. 23:19. Numerous, Deut. 32:14; Song 4:1; 6:5; 1 Sam. 25:2; 2 Chr. 17:11. Wild, in Palestine, 1 Sam. 24:2; Psa. 104:18.