the vessel in which the dough, after being mixed and leavened, was left to swell or ferment (Ex. 8:3; 12:34; Deut. 28:5, 7). The dough in the vessels at the time of the Exodus was still unleavened, because the people were compelled to withdraw in haste.
"Jump under the kneading-trough and hide yourself," said his mother.
The same kind of "kneading-trough" is still in use in many parts of the world.
We had our wine-press, our kneading-trough, our oven, and our laundrying basins.
"Under the kneading-trough with you and hide," said his mother.
Then he sat down on a kneading-trough and considered how he could best get to the Beggars.
May all the corn-bins be full and the mass of dough always overflow the kneading-trough.
She owned nothing valuable in the world but three things: a kneading-trough, a rolling-board, and a cat.
And we put you in the kneading-trough, and the servants found you and shifted you to the horse-trough?
From artesa, a kneading-trough; a carved ceiling, made in the shape of an inverted trough.
The baking of dough was protected by a cross, and so was the kneading-trough barred against fiendly visitation.