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Cucumbers: (Heb. plur. kishshuim; i.e., "hard," "difficult" of digestion, only
(Numbers 11:5)) This vegetable is extensively cultivated in the East at
the present day, as it appears to have been in earlier times among
the Hebrews. It belongs to the gourd family of plants. In the East
its cooling pulp and juice are most refreshing. "We need not
altogether wonder that the Israelites, wearily marching through the
arid solitudes of the Sinaitic peninsula, thought more of the
cucumbers and watermelons of which they had had no lack in Egypt,
rather than of the cruel bondage which was the price of these
luxuries." Groser's Scripture Natural History. Isaiah speaks of a
(Isaiah 1:8) Heb. sukkah), i.e., a shed or edifice more solid
than a booth, for the protection throughout the season from spring to
autumn of the watchers in a "garden of cucumbers."