What is cud in the bible

Luther Bible 1912
the pig, although it splits its claws, does not ruminate on it: it should be unclean for you. You shall not eat their flesh, and you shall not touch their carcasses,

Text Bible 1899
furthermore the pig, because although it has split claws, it is not a ruminant - you have to count it as unclean. You are not allowed to enjoy their meat, nor are you allowed to touch their carrion.

Modernized text
The pig, although it splits its claws, does not ruminate it, and it is said to be unclean for you. You shall not eat their flesh, and you shall not touch their carcasses.

De Bibl in Bavarian
The pig has club blocks, but doesn’t jerk it, dousing is unrainy. That flesh should not be stuck on and on ayn carrion from it.

King James Bible
And the swine, because it divides the hoof, yet cheweth not the cud, it is unclean unto you: ye shall not eat of their flesh, nor touch their dead carcase.

English Revised Version
and the swine, because he parteth the hoof but cheweth not the cud, he is unclean unto you: of their flesh ye shall not eat, and their carcases ye shall not touch.

the swine

Isaiah 65: 4
sits under the graves and stays in the caves overnight, eating pork and having atrocious soup in their pots

Isaiah 66: 3:17
He who slaughters an ox is just as he kills a man; whoever sacrifices a sheep is as if he breaks a dog's neck; whoever brings a meat offering is as sacrificing blood; whoever lights incense is as one who praises injustice. Such they choose in their ways, and their soul takes pleasure in their atrocities. ...

Luke 15:15, 16
And went and joined a citizen of the country; he sent him to his field to tend the pigs. ...

2 Peter 2:22
The true saying has happened to them: "The dog will eat again what it has spit;" and: "The sow rolls around in the dung again after the wash."

touch

Leviticus 11:26, 27
Therefore all animals that have claws and do not split them and do not ruminate, that should be unclean for you. ...

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Luther Bible 1912

Text Bible of the Old and New Testaments, Emil Kautzsch, Karl Heinrich Weizäcker - 1899

Modernized Text courtesy of Crosswire.org, made available in electronic format by Michael Bolsinger.

De Bibl in Bavarian · Sturmibund · Salzburg · Bairn · Whitsun 1998 · Hell Sepp
Deuteronomy 14
7You shall not eat that that chews the cud and of that that splits the claws: the camel, the hare, and the rabbit that chew the cud and yet do not split their claws shall be unclean for you; The pig, although it splits its claws, does not chew it again: it should be unclean for you. You are not to eat their flesh, and you are not to touch their carcasses, 9That is what you are to eat of everything that is in water: everything that has raft feathers and scales you are to eat. ...
Leviticus 5: 2
Or if someone touches something unclean, be it the carcass of an unclean animal or cattle or worm, and did not know it, he is unclean and has gone into debt.

Leviticus 11: 3
Everything that splits the claws and ruminates among the animals, you shall eat.

Deuteronomy 14: 7
You shall not eat that of him that chews the cud and of him that splits the claws: the camel, the hare and the rabbit that chew the cud and yet do not split their claws shall be unclean to you;

Deuteronomy 14: 9
This is what you are to eat of all that is in water: all that has raft feathers and scales you are to eat.