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[7^1] vb. quiver, shake, reel (Aram. 'yij^Jk*, quiver, sliake, tremble; Ar. Jc. the hanging part of a sheep's split ear, also (Frey) a kind of veil of which a part hangs down in front; J£!l dangling; Lihy. has n.pr. 7JH DHM Kpler - De " km - Ar - 3 ");— Hoph. Pf. 3 pi. D^Ehan vJTin Na 2* are made to quiver. Vid. also [/!?]. t75?"5 n.[m.] reeling; — only T^D Zci2 2 </o&Ze< of reeling (fig. of Jerusalem). t [iTOn] n.[f.] prob. veil (cf. Ar.supr.) ;— pi. Ilftyjn fa 3 19 , in list of finery. iTTSTTO v. p. 599. trfartPj n.f. reeling (cf. S>sn);_'nn Di3 Is 51 1722 ; 'H £ ^ 60 5 drink reeling as wine. T1T 1 vJTl n. pr. 111. companion of Zerub., Ezr 2 2 (P«Xfia, ©L Af/tlov), — nj»n Ne 7 7 (Nna/ua, N Aiufiui, @L Aai/ilas, A Pe(X^a), D>7 I (-y/of foil., Drob. onomatop.; Gerber 47 prop, move violently as orig. meaning, but ref. to thunderous sound everywhere, exc. Ez 27 s5 where text dub., v. infr.; cf. Aram. D5?l, D^jn n. thunder, DJ?") vb. thunder; esp. Aph. Ithpa. wtter (loud) complaints; )p-^», l^Nfr w.thunder, jjjki vb. thunder, lament, cf. NH 0y"3 Hiph. thunder, Hithp. complain; Eth. 'a display of might ; opp. Yq&); fig. of captains, &i& ^ 39 s5 , i.e. thunderous shouting ( -f nyVW). t [OJH] vb.denom. thunder; — Qal make the sound of thunder, thunder: Impf. 3 ms. DJT|^ let the sea thunder (in praise, || nOB>, ^3, rbv, jnn, tp npid, p-i)^96"=iChi6 32 , v.98 7 . — Pf. 3 pi. D'3B IBjn EZ27 35 is dub.: /ace* tremble (Toy are convulsed), or <&ey tremble (cf. Hi-Sm Krae ; AV RV are troubled) in face, lacks etym. support (otherwise Gerber 47 , but v. V supr.) ; © © Co DQ^Jl SHOT. Hiph. (Gerber 47 ) thunder, cause thunder; — Pf. 3 ms. D'jnn f 29 s ; 7«ip/. 3 ms. WZ (on — v. Ko 1 ' 210 ) ^i8 14 + ; DJ?1». 1 S 7 10 ; 2 ms. Djnn Jb 40 9 ; 1 S i 6 v. infr.; — thunder, of (God) 2 10 7 10 (both c. by pers. against whom), -^ l8 14 =2 S 22 14 , ^ 2 9 3 Jb 37 45 , cf. 40 9 .— nDy^n 1 S i 6 is appar. in Inf. cstr. sf. (Ges» Johi22 '), but not understood by © and dub. : AV RV to make her fret, cf. Aram. utter (loud) complaints (Weir in Dr 8m291 ); perhaps corrupt HP8. NOjn v. 11. noyi. ti. nnV"! (Gi Intrm ') n-f. vibration? quivering mane ? of horse's neck : Jb 39" hast thou clothed his neck (with) '"l ? so most, but very uncertain. fn. riOSn, Nnjn (Gi"" r - 1 * ft ) n.pr.m. ' son' of Cush, fV Gn 10" = K_ 1 Ch i»» (Baer, v. his note ; van d. H. Gi H__ v b ) ; Pe yxn^t Pcy/ia; fl— as trading people Ez 27 s2 , Papa, Vayna. Identified by many with city *P«y(a)fui (Ptql 1 "- 7 - 14 ), "P W a (Steph. Byz.), in SE. Arabia, on Pers. Gulf (so even DHM Z " G, " (1876, • 122 Glas m»u.»i,>»^ but this ig ^ in i n8 cr.(Glas 1,,!r52 ); < Sab. nDJh near Me'in in SW. Arabia (Horn Mite.chr.m Hal 635 ' 11 , cf. DHM '•'•), perh.='p a/ *- /iawm of Strabo" L4 - 24 , v. Di " 10 - 7 . tVpTl thunder of '<) Ne 7 7 v. rvbjn. t WJOyi n.pr.loc. Ex 1" (J), = DDDyl Gn " Ex * 37 Nu33 :,5 (all P), Ramses, city in Egypt ; Taii€<r(<r)rj ; built by King Rameses II (hence its name; the king used Israelitish corvee ace. to Ex i 11 ), near Tel el-Maskhuta (Pithom), but not certainly identified, v. DHS and reff.; 'I J"W Gn 47" of district round. t [j J^"1] vb. only Fa'lel be or grow luxu- riant, fresh, green ;—Pf. 3 fs. r^Jffl (De Hlob ) Jb 15 32 (of branch, in fig.). tpjH adj. luxuriant, fresh; — m. '"i Dt

s V; f.nwyiCti 16 ; mpl.D^y! ^92 15 ;— luxu- 

riant, of trees: B^13Hoi4 9 , rn^52 10 (both sim.), Je 1 1 16 (fig.) ; sim.'also, ^ rnTKS ^ 3 7* (but rd. fi33?n tn«3 © © and most); esp. in phrase Finn /_ i }*y"?3 place of idolatrous rites, Dt 1 2 2 1 K 1 4 23 2 K i6 4 = 2 Ch 2 8 4 , 2 K 17 10 Je 2 20 3 613 Is 57 s Ez6 13 ; 'ij'y^y Je 1 7' (si vera 1.); leaf v 8 (fig.); leafy couch Cti 16 ; fresh, oil V'92"; fresh, flourishing, pers. (fig., as trees) v 15 ( + D'JBH). I. jj}!) (■v^of foil.; orig. meaning dub.). T V~ n. [m.] badness, evil f — 'l abs. Gn 4 1 19 + 4 t. Je; cstr. Ho 9 15 + 13 t.; — 1. badness, bad quality, of cattle Gn 41 19 (E), figs Je 24 2 - 3 - 8 29 17 . 2. wilfulness, 33? yn 1 S 17 28 (Gerber 161 makes 2 and 4 [inf. of] vb.). 3. ethical, evil, bad- ness, only in phr. : Dv?yt3 yi evil of doings

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