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-i/v '"O'l yv the rest of the affairs of, in summaries of reigns of kings of Israel and Judah iKn fl + 41 1. K Ch; H3T&? "VI 1 K 15 s3 ; V-m W

Ch 28* 1 2. a. excess, "UV riBb Pr 1 f a 

lip of excess = arrogant speech (see VB). b. in adv. phrases, "WJ 7? if/ 3 i 24 on <Ae basis of abun- dance= abundantly, as adv. accus. 1ND TJV Pita Is 56" great, in abundance, exceedingly, Dn 8 9 "T0 , "v^"H and grew great in excess, exceedingly (cf. ^!s-I much, ^o i_k»I more than), c. specif. what is over and above immediate necessities, abundance, affluence Jb 2 2 20 ^ 1 7 14 . t3. su- >eriority, excellency W "WJ )W TITJ Gn 49 s . — On Jb 4 1 v. 11. "W. < fn. "in' 1 n.m. Jul6,T cord (prop, as hanging over or down; Aram. K")IV part of the intestines, 3; NJ11T ropes, )»VJ cord, rope, c^orrf of arc ; Ar. 'SI bow -string, lute-string; Eth. aJ^*C: sinew, cord; arf£: stretch bowstring, strain (eyes), be intent, eager, etc.) — *W ^ 1 i 2 + 3 1. ; sf. i-in? Kt Jb 30 11 (Ttf Qr) ; D"W Jb 4 21 ;—cord, for binding a man Ju 1 6 7 - 8,9 ; bowstring yjr 1 i 2 Jb 30" (ace. to Qr, opp. 20 a " > ; Kt = his cord, with which he reins in my assailants ; cf. Di Da). Jb 4 21 tent-cord Ew De Di KV; yet rd. perk D"irp their tent-peg, so 01 Hi Sgfr ( > AV their excellency, fr. 1. "W). fin. "Vl^ n.pr.m. (abundance; on form and mng. of this and the foil. n.pr. v. Lag BNS^ • ,98 ) — 1. father of Moses' wife Ex 4 18 ' (E ; prob. txt. err., elsewhere i"*nq. v.) 2. eldest son of Gideon Ju 8 20 , © U6tp. 3. father of

Amasa 1 K 2 632 1 Ch 2", ® U6

«, l€fl(f)pt, etc.; coll. 1 Ch 2 53 , © Ai&jXm/x, ©L E0pi. -yij-p T^nV, "rp n.m. superiority, advantage, excess (late) (prop. Qal pt. of "ifp) — abs. "Vp Ec 7 16 + 2 1. ; in* Ec 2 16 + 4 t.; — superiority, advantage b-DSn-JO 031$ ">ni>-np Ec 6 8 what advantage Jiath the wise over the fool f prob. also neno "W 12 12 (as to) what is more than these (see VB); abs. 01$ 1&W 6"; V^ "tf {J*DB>n Ec 7 11 ; elsewh. adv. to excess, overmuch Ec*2 16 7 16 ; sq. fD (as oft. in NH),' l |BO "&> Est 6 6 wore ^aw me; '& m ^r ! ' =besides ilwt Ec 12 9 . TrnrY 1 n.f. appendage (term, techn. of P); — most prob. (fat) appendage, a (fatty) mass at opening of liver of sacrificial animal, ex- tending to kidneys (v. DiDr™"*'- 8 ""- 1 " 3 ' 4 );— nasn-bj? rrjnftj Ex 2 9 ,3 Lv3 4 - ,015 4 9 7 4 ; nasn-jo^n LvV ; cstr.iaan tqtf Ex2 9 22 Lv8 16 - 26 9 19 (allP). TTTVT] n.[m.] advantage, profit, only Ec; — abs. Ec i 3 + 4 t.; cstr. Ec 2 13 + 4 1. ; — advan- tage to (?) any one, 0}$ }^W Ec I s , i.e. what advantage hath a man ? 5 15 10 11 ; sq. JO compar. = advantage beyond, more than 2 1313 ; cstr. HB'iyn |^"UV 3 s advantage of (for) him that workelh; fl? |tVP 5 9 ; Oft |£fl 7 12 advantage of knowledge ; neon -VBbn jinn^ Ec io 10 an ad- vantage for giving success is wisdom ; abs. ek>&7 nnn itw ps Ec a n . tpn^ n.pr.m. 1. an Edomite Gn 36 M = 1 Ch i 41 , © l(t)dpav, etc. 2. a man of Asher 1 Ch 7 37 (v. in. "W 5), © etoa, A U6< P , ®L [v 38 ] Ifdpal/. t'VrVin n.pr.m. {abundance, superabund- ance) — a son of Heman, ace. to 1 Ch 25 428 (but on the ostensible list of names v. Ew ,274b •yy. Prol. 220 ; Hist. Isr. 219 JJg OTJO 224 1 2nd ed. 14S tnn^n n.: abundance, pre-emi- nence ; —1. abundance, plenty "into Pr 1 4 s3 2 1' (in both opp. lionp). 2. pre-eminence, supe- riority, ]*$ nonan-jt? D"jNn nnio Ec 3" the superiority of man over beast is nothing. t^iTTO] n.m. cord, string (cf. tt.***), oftent-cor^'int? Jeio 20 ; ^lH n,DIs 54 s ; specif, of cords of tabernacle, VWD Ex 39 40 Nu 3 26 ; D|jr«?*5 Ex 35 18 Nu 3 37 4 2632 (all P); of bow- slrings VWB t" 2iU - t^J!f» f "^n^ n.pr.loc. town in Judah (/ dub.);— W Jos 15 48 , © I(«)flfp; elsewh. "tjC,