- Aramaic command, ‘Be opened’, uttered by Jesus (Mark 7:34), after he had put his fingers into the ears, and spat and touched the tongue, of a deaf and dumb man, and healed him; a method recorded of other charismatic healers in Hellenistic society, and of the emperor Vespasian.
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