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b'j blance, 'X3 (K13) flfe^, of God's making man in his own image, Gn i 26 (H«nlO-J3), v 2727 9 «, 'X| 5' (||irflD"l3; all P). 3. fig. =mere, empty, image, semblance, 'X3 -^ 30/ as (3 essentiae) a (mere) semblance man walks about ; njPR DDpX 73 s0 <Aou wilt despise their semblance. fi. yitt?? n.pr.mont. 1. 'Xnn J u g ,s near Shechem, not identif., cf. GFM, Buhl "*'- 10 °; E/>/iwv (erron.). 2. snow-capped mt. ^68 u , prob. E. of Jordan (in Hauran ace. to Wetzst, cf. Buhl "*- 11S ), 26X/io>».' f 11. pQp? n.pr.m. a hero of David 2S23 28 (=".W 1 Ch 11 29 ), (2>XXa>, @L E^ av . mnbx v. III. y?t. v t : - T niby^ n.pr.loc. station of Isr. in wilder- ness Nu 33 4M! , 2fX^wi/a. D >>2 n.pr.m. a king of Midian, + TO Ju 8 5 + IO t. Ju 8, !//■ 83 12 , SfXfMH-a, 2aX/i. I. i^/X (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. ili, decline, deviate, %X2 curved; NH 5? ?X = BH, so Ar. iL, As. seZu, BAram. J&JJ, K?h>, Syr. Jus^f). H2 n.f.(m. 1 K 6 M , and appar. Ex 26 21 ) rib, side ;— abs/x Gn 2 K + , cstr. I^X Ex 2 6 M + , also y^S 2 S i6 13 ; sf. iV^? Ex 25 12 + ; pi. D^ 1K6 34 , rfafor v 3 +; cstr. n'yb? EZ4I 26 -)-; sf. vnjJ^X Gn 2 2, '+ ;— 1. rib of man Gn 2 2122 (J). . Wo of hill, i.e. ridge, or terrace 2 S 16 13 . . side-chambers or cells (enclosing temple like ribs) 1 K 6 56 (rd. 'Sri for Sim, v. [S^]), 7 3 , so of Ezek.'s temple Ez 4i 5 + 10 t. 41 (on text v. Co Toy Krae). 4. ribs of cedar and fir, i.e. planks, ioairft(pl.), of temple wall 1 K 6 15 -' 6 , floor v 15 . 5. leaves of door v 34 . 6. (in P) side, of ark (fnty Ex 25 121214 = 3 7 3 - 31i ; of tabern. (I?fl?) 26 20 (l|n$# v ls ), v 26 - 27 - 2 ^ 3 6 25 (H'B v 23 ), v"- 85 , 26 36Ji ; of altar 27 7 = 3 8 7 , 3 o 4 = 37 w .— Je 20'° Jb i8' 2 v. 5>i>X sub II. jfof. tjHS n.pr.loc. in Benj. Jos 1 8 s8 , AOL 2«Xa[(.)Xatf>] ; burial-place of Saul 2821" (»&), «V rji irXivpa ; poss. = Tel Am. Zilu, so Zim ZA "• ^ Jastr JBI " ,(189!M ' 106 (Wkl, however, thinks of jta). til. [J7/X] vb. limp (Ar. lib, Aram. jta Aph.);— Qal Pi. lan^j} yb* Gn 3 2 82 (J; of Jacob); f. ny?'2fri as subst., of personif. Judah as flock [[to] Mi 4" 7 Zp 3".

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tlrTJj n.[m.] limping, stumbling; — fig. of calamity, abs. 'X? ^ 38 18 / am ready (|i33) /or stumbling (and falling) ; sf. VpSS ^ 35 15 at w»y stumbling ; 'X nDfeJ Je 20 10 watchers of my stumbling; iVpXp |i33 TX Jb 18 12 ruin is ready for his stumbling. — Vid. also JOX cstr. T*p2 n.pr.m. (NH caper-plani); — father of a wall-builder Ne 3 30 , 2fXf(<|>), etc. T "1)1072 n.pr.m. of Manasseh, Nu 26 s3 - 33 27 17 3 6 2 ' 6 ' » Jos 17 3 I Ch 7 16U , 2aX7raa8, etc. TnS72 n.pr.loc. in Benj. 1 S io 2 (si veral.; prob. crpt. (Dr); HPS conj. V^VO, cf. 2 S 21"). , 11. [b^hs], bubs, a-bihs v. i. &x.

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T p72 n.pr.m. Ammonite hero of David 2 S 2 3 37 = I Ch 1 1 39 , EX<«, 2eX(X)i/(((), SakaaO, etc ">rh$ v. III. b^x. t [KDS] vb. be thirsty (NH = BH (rare); so Ar. ^b, Eth. Ry& As. si2»w, <Atrs«, etc.); —Qal Pf. 3 fs. nxox ^ 4 2 3 63 s ; 2 fs. noxi consec. Ru 2 9 (Ges S76 '«); 1 s. "rm J u 4 19 (Ges

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17 3 Ju i5 18 ; 3 "mpl. V«jf, Is 49 10 , 'X>1 Jb 24"; 2 mpl. WDXn Is 65 13 ;— be thirsty Ju 4 1 ' 15" Ku 2 9 is 48 21 49 10 (|| w;), 65" (|| vpn) Jb

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V' 42 s my soul thirsteth for God, cf. 63 2 . "NQ2n.[m.] thirst;— abs. 's Exi7 3 + , sf. ^NDS +69* etc.;— Ex 17 3 (E), Ju 15 18 Ho 2 5 Am> La 4 4 Ne 9 20 V 69 w ; || 3(1 Is 5 13 (van d. H. nDX), Dt 28 48 Ne9 15 2 Ch^"; of wild asses f 104", of fish 'X3 Dbni l s 50 2 , but rd. perh. (or nXOX3) NOX3 UPKir> Gunk Sch0pf - 98 Che Hpt Marti (cf. 'is 44^ sub foil'.); fig. of grief of exile Is 4 1 17 , cf. NOX1 HJX }H? Ez 19 13 ; c. b, thirst for water Am 8 n . — 'X3 Je 48 18 is prob. corrupt; read perhaps J^tO (Gie), or "iDy3. t NCS adj. thirsty ;— abs. 'x Is 2 1 14 + ; fs. ns»X Dt 29 18 ; pi. D^NDX f iof;— thirsty, usu. + (or ||)3jn : 2 S 17 29 Pr 25 21 ^ 107 s , as subst. thirsty one Is 29" 32 s ; so also 21 14 , and (fig. of thirst for'^'sfavour^s 1 ; NDX 4 4 3 = thirsty land (Gunk lc - prop. HNCs); nNosrrri? nnn Dt29 18 tlie watered (plant, herbage) with the thirsty, fig. of entire people. TnN02£ n.f. parched condition; — Je 2 s3 spare thy throat 'XD, from being 2>arched(in&g.).