Siloam is for boys infirm or incurable, blind or threatened with blindness.
So much said Mr. M'Gabbery while struggling in the pool of Siloam.
He mingled the waters of Helicon with the hallowed streams of Siloam, and planted the cross amid the bowers of the muses.
The inscription of Siloam is the oldest known Hebrew inscription.
The great Pool of Siloam is now filled with earth and converted into a garden.
Yet are they not the greatest sinners upon whom the tower of Siloam fell.
Who will cause to gush in my heart a fount of Siloam, in which thou mayest bathe and recover thy first purity?
I can not explain why he should have been sent to the Pool of Siloam.
The pool of Siloam is small, not more than twenty or twenty-five feet long, and ten or twelve wide.
A few hundred yards north of the pool of Siloam, we came to the fountain of Siloam.
pool and spring outside Jerusalem (John ix:7), from Late Latin, from New Testament Greek, from Hebrew shiloach, literally "sending forth," from shalach "to send."