|1.||using the left hand with greater ease than the right|
|2.||performed with the left hand|
|3.||designed or adapted for use by the left hand|
|4.||worn on the left hand|
|5.||awkward or clumsy|
|6.||ironically ambiguous: a left-handed compliment|
|7.||turning from right to left; anticlockwise|
|8.||law another term for morganatic|
|9.||with the left hand|
Using the left hand more skillfully or easily than the right.
(Judg. 3:15; 20:16), one unable to use the right hand skilfully, and who therefore uses the left; and also one who uses the left as well as the right, ambidexter. Such a condition of the hands is due to physical causes. This quality was common apparently in the tribe of Benjamin.