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'. to his people=Cllnaan Gn 2S'" Ex 201� Nil 1 I I' 3211 (1I11 J 1) Dt SI6 + 16t. Dt, Jos ; I K S"'AO + , Je I 61' 2410 2S" 3SI. EZ 2 S:> z C'h 62uI 7'.)O 3i; cf. III so Dt 1 219 2 123 29'n 2 K ' 7:1:1 Is 611 716 1 4 1 + , Ez 3413.27 + , N e 9

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4 1 t.; + J 0 221 (personif.); c11�� I� Zc 216 (cf. sub 4 supr.) ; hence also as Yahweh's land Dt 32'3 Is 1 42 ZC 916 2 CI1 7�. t6. wholc ea·rth, inhabited earth (seld. ; cf. also I�� '�� su b 4 supr.) Gn 1 2s 2SB (both J cf. n� I SIS 2 2 13 2 6') Dt I 4� Am 3� Is 2 421. t 7 . n.pr.loc. city in NaplItali (as built cf. 01� 4 1 =ed-Dtl me1) W. of L. Gennes. J os r 9 16 Y. Di. ti11:)'� n.pr.loc. city ill Vale of Siddim T'  : - Gil 1 019 1 42.8 Dt 2 9n Ho l i s. �R�� '�1� n.pr.loc. pass in Naphtali, J os 1933 Y.  :li'�. , II. Di� (r�" r{l taw'lly, Eth. li.£cJD: (only in derivatives), As. adl1mu 1 Dlw ; cf. LagBS2>< ). t[u"�, tY}� ] vb. be red (on form lit. cf. Lat'S83d .I�)-Qal Pf. 3 pl. �Ol� ruddy, of Na­ zirites La 4' ; Fu. Pt. reddened, dyed red, O��9 Na 2' (of shield), 0·t;l1� 9 of rams' skills Ex 2S" 2 61' 3 5,.23 3619 3914 (all P). Rithp. lmpf. redden, grow or look " cd, 0J��I; Pr z 231 ( of win c) ; Hiph. Impf. emit (show) redness (cf. Lat' sl�) lI?i"l;J �0'1�� Is r lS (of sins) i.e. bo glaring, fla­ grllllt (cf. also VI5). tch� adj. red - /� Is 6i Zc 1 8 + Gn 2 S30•30, T Y. iufr.; O�,� Ct 5IO

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i� + z t. i-ruddy, red, of man Ct 510; horse ZC I"S ( II i;� cf. As. DlW87) 62 ( II ,hif) ; heifer N u 1 9�; watcr 2 K 3� (O�� 'N); cf. as subst. red, redness on garment Is 6 i; O'�� = tlte (red) lent ils GlI 2 530.30, but rd. o,�� v. infr. ; cf. also i1?v,P. tu'J� n.�f.] carnelian (fr. redness/ @ uap­ a,op ; on format. cf. La�s l") Ex 2S17 391 0 (P) Ez 2 S13. tch� n.[m.Jnameofacondiment (Ar. r';l v. Andcrson ill Di ; cf. As. adumatu 1 Dl ") '�Q Gn 2 530.30 (J; so rd. for '�� }IT ; v. Di). tJi'� (to"� Ez 251 1) n.pr.m. 1, Edom (name �f a god 1 Y. StaG . I . 121 HSSem '3; v id. n.pr . 0'1(,:111 ; but IJnenel lO thinks dial. var. of 01� , 01'� '�:J = 01� '��) =Esau, clderson oflsMc Gil 2 530 (J) (where etym.=red, cf. v�· (E 1) & sub '?'01�) 361." 19 (P). 2. colI. (m. but f. Mal 1 4) Bdomites, Idu1Mans as descend. of Eso.u Gll 1 0 3 69.43 (P) ; IIlso 1 8 1 447 + 3 1 t. + 2 8 SI3 (for nI T Oi� ; @6, Y. I Ch I S12 '" 6o�, We Dr) ; perh. also Vl2 (6J6 I CII I SII ; M T Oi� but v. We Dr); also 2 Ch 202 (v. Be) ; I� =king of Edom Nu 2 018.2(\.21 ; poct. '� '?� '" 1 377 '� n� La 421.�. 3. land of INom, ldumaea (f. E z 3 2� 3 5'6 and 36") S. & 8E. of Pal. Gn 3632.43 + 32 t. (incl. i1'J� '� Gn 3 2'; II( n� Gn 361 6.17.21.31 Nu 2023 2 1 ' 3i; + ) ;-llnccrtain whether 2 01' 3 are Ex l Si. Nu 2014 2 418 + 9 t. (chiefly in '� :b1 etc.) t�9"� adj. gent. Edomite Dt 23s I S 2 18 2 29.IS.� I K I I H '" 522; O't;l�, � 2 Ch 2 514 2 S 17; so 2 K 1 66 (Qr; Kt 0'01il( , v. O'N) ; I:l'�t;l ,� I K 1 1 17 ; f. n" t;l '� I K I l l. . tu1t.?"!� adj . reddish (cf. As. ada(m)mu­ m�t 1 Di'� ' of leproll s sores Lv 1 3�2 (OZr) V'9 (Or);f. n9�91� v24.'3; n9:r v'9; J.p l. n�"! 9'}� 1 437. t';:HY�� adj . red, ruddy, of Esau as new­ born bab� Gn 2 52• (whence name Edom ace. to E 1 cf. Di) ; of youth 1 8 1 612 1 742 ('?bl�). tJ�'9":'� n.pr.loc. v. n?v,P sub i1�1I . t �1iO'� n.pr.m. a prince of Persia & Media i+:;t � � (cf. Pers. admtlta, unrestrained). li� (mng. disputed ; ( I ) cf. As. [ adannu ] firm, s trong ; adv. adannis, strongly, exceedingly Dlw > (2) Fii. (a) make firm, fasten (cf. I:J �) whence n� ; (b) determine, command, rule, whence l�'tt  ; (3) Thes Add., :MV 0.1. (a) intr. be under, low, inferior (cf. l�"l, I:J b), whence n�; (b) tl'. put under command, rule over (cf. 1:J) wheuc� j�'� ; v. lI lso (4) LagM•1•102, l�'� fro (.p'). [n�] 67 n.m. E.26,19 base, pedestal--l:':� Ex 3S'; pI. O'n� Ex 2 619 + ; cstr. '?l� Ct 5" + , etc. 1. pedestals affine gold, on who pillars ofmllrble were set Ct 51'. 2. pedestals ofthe earth on w h. its pillars were placed Jb 386 ( II corner.stone). 3. (metal) lledestals, bases, or sockets iu who tenollS of planks & pillars of tabernacle were set up ; two for each plank & one for each pillar Ex 2619.19.19 + 52 t. i n Ex 26.2 7'3 S-40 Nu 3·4 (all P) ; cf. 6J 8m Co for tlltt Ez 4 1 �, of altar. i1'� n.m. )Ials.I Iord (Ph. j'�)_/� " ' 12 � + cstr. ;" � Jos 311 + ; pI. O'�'� IS 2 6'3 + ; cstl'.'�'� Dt 10 17 + ; sf. ��'�,� [ S 2SI' + etc.; ('�,�, '�,�, '?'� arc variations of MaEs. pointing to distin· guish divine reference fro human. Pl., with few exc. an intcns. pI. 9f rank ; word takes sf. as pI. in all other pers. ; so doubtless here. Orig. reading prob. in all cases I�"� (v. Dalman Der Ootte.".me AdonaJ ; LagBlJl88 makes '�,� an Aram. format.) ; '?'� now found in J 5 � t. ; in E