firepan

[fahyuhr-pan]
noun
a metal grate for holding hot coals.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English, Old English; see fire, pan1

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firepan (ˈfaɪəˌpæn)
 
n
a metal container for a fire in a room

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Firepan definition


(Ex. 27:3; 38:3), one of the vessels of the temple service (rendered "snuff-dish" Ex. 25:38; 37:23; and "censer" Lev. 10:1; 16:12). It was probably a metallic cinder-basin used for the purpose of carrying live coal for burning incense, and of carrying away the snuff in trimming the lamps.

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Example sentences
Your firepan must have free-standing legs to keep the fire from scarring the beach.
Campfires are permitted, but you must bring your own wood, and a firepan is recommended.
Gas stoves and charcoal in a firepan or barbeque are acceptable.
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