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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types [1]

 Leviticus 22:22 (c) This may be considered as a type of any defect in the Christian's life which would hinder him from being a true servant of GOD, faithful, useful and devoted to the Lord.

Webster's Dictionary [2]

One of the runes (/) adopted into the Anglo-Saxon, or Old English, alphabet. It had the value of modern English w, and was replaced from about a. d. 1280 at first by uu, later by w.

King James Dictionary [3]

WEN, n. An encysted swelling or tumor also, a fleshy excrescence growing on animals, sometimes to a large size.

Morrish Bible Dictionary [4]

A suppurating sore.  Leviticus 22:22 .

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [5]

WEN . See Medicine, p. 600 a .

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [6]

Only in  Leviticus 22:22 , "maimed" or "having a wen (margin "sores"), or scurvy," for (יבּל , yabbāl ), "running," hence, "a suppurating sore" (compare the Revised Version margin). A "wen" is a non-inflamed indolent tumor, and so "wen" is about as far as possible from the meaning of the Hebrew.

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [7]

is the inaccurate rendering in the A.V. of יִבָּל , Yabbal (on  Leviticus 22:22), which means flowing with a running sore; spoken of a diseased flock.