offering: Num 7:13-89
charger: Kaârah, in Arabic, kâran, from kuâra, to be deep, a large deep dish or bowl. It appears by the metal of which this charger and bowl were made, that they were for the use of the altar of burnt offerings in the outer court; for all the vessels of the sanctuary were of gold. It was probably used for receiving the flesh of the sacrifices upon which the priests feasted, or the fine flour for the meat offerings.
Bowl: Mizrak, from zarak, to sprinkle, a bowl or bason, used in sprinkling the blood of the sacrifice - Exo 27:21.
Reciprocal: Exo 25:29 - the