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ITV

T 1 session of by David as king 2 S 5:4; David's royal seat v 61314 8 7 1 1 J + ; it remained the capital until taken by Nebuchadrezzar, B.C. 588, 2 K 25:1 + ; it became the chief home of the returned exiles Ezr 1:11, 2:11; Ne 2:11, 17 + ; mentioned S 31 1., Ko2t., Ch isit., Ezr 25 t., Ne38t., Is 1 27 t., Is" 22 t., Je 107 t., Ez 26 t., ZC41 1., etc.— Vid. also n.pr.loc. DU^ D.?t5'. n*l^ (v^of foil.; meaning dub.; ace. to MV Buhl=niN, of moon as wanderer, so Lag BN40 ). trrP n.m. jM1 ° ,s moon, esp. poet. (NH id.; Ph. fTV; As. irihu, ace. to Pinches bohaub.i888.jo7. Eth. d>Ci: moon, month; cf. sub ITV) — abs. rtT Gn 37" + 25 t.; sf. T|rrn Is 60 20 :— moon, usually named with sun Jos io 1213 (poem in JE), f 72 s (D-V ^isb) tiyfrOQ, 89 s8 (in these two, a symbol of permanence), 121 6 Is 60 19 Hb 3" Jo 3 4 ; obj. of idolatrous worship Jb 31 26 ( + sun); in same sense also + sun and stars Dt 4' 9 1 7 3 2 K 23 s Je 8 2 ; as determiner of feast- times yjr 104" (|| sun); + stars, as shining by night ijr 1 36" ( || sun, by day), so D"V npn Je 3 1 36 (||t'a!.); elsewh. + sun and stars Gn 37' (E), Is 13 10 Ez 3 2 7 Jo 2'° 4 15 ir 148 3 Ec 12 2 ; +stars ^ 8 4 Jb25 5 ; with neither sun nor stars only rrv ■'itt-iy f 72'. fi. rW n.m. Zc,le month (Aram. K0£,liw new moon, month; Palm. rwVog No1 ; As. arhu COT 010 "- Muss-Arnolt ,BLx ' 1892 - 73 - 163 ; cf. Ph. Eth. sub PV; Sab. rrv month, T)HM zmim - m - , 369 HaI ,A8 *, 1. ^_ abg nT- I K 6» + 3 1. J CStr. ieZ.Dtai 13 2K15' 3 ; fL.tNT* Ex2 2 + 3 t.; cstr. 'DT Jb 7 s 29 s ; — 1. month, as measure of time, during, or in which Ex 2 2 (E), Zc 1 1 8 Jb 39 s ; tm "nv jb 7 3 ; D-ijj »rrv 2 g>; pleon. on?; rrv a month (of) days=a month of time Dt 21 13 2 K 15 13 . 2. calendar month, with name 1] TV

K 6 37 (2nd mo., cf. v 1 ); !*B Rj; v 38 (8th mo.)l 

Vyrm rrv t K 8 2 (7th mo.); cf. tmv 1SDC3 Pfc^5» Jb'3 6 ; rriTV eha Dt 33 4 produce of months, i.e. of various seasons of year. — Cf. synon. Bnn, tn. [n^|j] n.pr.ni. 'son' of Joktan, only nv Gn IO 26 (© lapad, ©L ltpa x )=i Ch 1 s0 (®L lap.). tnVV n.pr.m. a Gadite, 1 Ch 5"; © I&u, ©L Apovt. frev v. ^rp-v crfv , Vsnnn"! v . sub wn tyrn^ n.pr.m. an Egyptian slave 1 Ch 2 3135 ; © Ia> x ,X, ®L Upa. T UJ J _ vb. be precipitate, precipitate (trans.) (cf. Ar. tj. conjecit, praecipitem dedit in puteum, exitium, Frey.) — Qal Pf B"V Nu 22 32 , app. c. subj. lfyjri ; tlie way is precipitate, (RV m headlong) b-fore me. but transit. * V ~fo »JQ"V D'yen Jbi6 mto the hands of wichd men he precipitates me (v. Di; 9BT = *?BT i Baer's text '3t3T points to /nUl q. v.) ; hence perh. rd. D^T, Nu 22 s2 ; thou hast precipitated the journey in front of me, i. e. rushed recklessly in front of me ; v. Di ; Kau AT leaves untransl. inn" 1 , rthVf , ilTV n.pr.loc. Jericho • : ■ : •■ : 67 (on form see Baer on Jos 2' Je 39 s Ko"" 1 '*; «/ and mng. dub.; ace. to.Thes al. from ni"l, ■=.regio fragrans, the district abounding in palms, rose-gardens, balsam, etc.); — Vl^V Jos 2 1 + 27 1. Jos.(i 9 1. JE, 3 t. D, 6 t. P). + 5 1.' 2 K 2 ; irrv jos 18 21 2 S 10 s Je 39 s 52 s ; nrrv r k 16"; fTV Dt 34 1 (P), v 3 (D), Nu 22' (P) + 9 1. P, 2 K 25 s Ezr 2 M Ne 3 2 7 36 + 3 t. Ch ;— Canaanit. city taken by Josh. Jos 6 1 (JE) -)- ; having a king 2 23 8 a io 1 (all JE), io 2830 12' (all D); near Jordan, whence (irvv) irrv |T£ v. ftT supr.; Mt. Nebo isdescribed as in-!V?S"^yDt32 <9 34'(P); (called Dnoriri TJ J u d i 10 3 13 ; so in appos. Dt 34 3 2 Ch 28 1S ); the adjacent plain is called irrv nyps Dt 3 4 3 (JE); ftTV nuny 2 K 25 5 = Je 39 5 =52 8 ; inn' 'y J os 4 > 3 5" (both P); among returning exiles appear irrv '33 Ezr 2 M =Ne 7 s6 , and among builders of wall irrv 't^K Ne3 2 (BeRy Eyle ad loc. and Ezr 2 s4 ); — mod. (E)rlh&; see also GASm*"'* ™|^ (-/of foil.; meaning dubious). tlfV n-f. 5 " 5 - 27 thigh, loin, side, base (NH id. ; Aram. N?T; Zinj."TV loin; As.arku, arkdtu, back, rear, hereafter D1 HWB242 ; Ar. t^.j hip) — abs. in! Ju i5 8 + 6 t.; cstr. TTV Gn 24 s + 1 1 t + 2 S 3 s7 (v. infr.); sf. '?"V Gn 2 4 2 47 29 ; tJ?JJ Nu 5 21 ; i3T Gn 3 2 M + 6 t. ; ' «yv Ex 2 5 31 4- 3 1. ; du. D^5T. Ex 28 42 ; sf. ^?T. CtV ;-l. thigh, a. outside of thigh, where sword was worn, torjjffcj 3"jn its? Ex 32 s7 (E); frfy «nk -*j5j iVD^ Ju 3 16 and he girded it upon his right thigh, v 21 + 4 5 4 Ct 3 8 ; ^VT ft Gn 32 s3 Ao/Z<w 0/ the thigh, v 2626 - 33 (all J); IRJTJJ "p«n Ct 7 2 <Ae roundings of thy thighs ; D'?i'~ 1 5?1 ^!?D^P Ex 28 42 (P); || JC3 Nu 5 212227 (P);'i3l.^y y'^f