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TOWEL (Gr. lention, linen cloth, towel). A word occurring only in John.13.4-John.13.5. Jesus wrapped himself in a towel and wiped the disciples' feet with it.
TOWEL (λέντιον, G3317). The word is used only in John 13:4, 5, where it refers to the linen cloth used by Jesus to dry the feet of the apostles in the upper room.