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ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA

Page 3b. 3K 9: see also Ew^ 111104111 - 365 . On the force of 3K in proper names (in many prob. a divine title), v. Che EncyBlb - A "- NA " 9, " T b. D-13X: Spiegelberg B *" d! " > " enl4 cp.Pal.n.pr. geogr. hkr'i 'ibrru = D"0K ?pn (c. Eg. art. masc), in Sheshonk list. As regards etym., No 1-0, al. expl. as ' the father [a divine title] is exalted ' (cf.cn'in?, Dyabp, d-iti[k]).

b . II. ?3X: etym. conject.verydub.; connex. 

(Lag.) of J51 withstand, with Jjl herbaye, forage (sts. dry) improb., and of latter with Jj I herd of camels obscure ; */ mng. grow green unattested ; Syr.^lT, JLaJ , Talm. !$£, Pun. ifjSaX, 'grass,' appar. = a specific kind of fodder, SypaxTTis, v. Low No141 (GFM, privately). ". III. 73K, 7<3iK : on this etym., form 'itf needs explanation ; GFM (privately) queries whether, if genuine, name may not be theo- phoric (x + il), poss. err. for 7K3"1K ; or Aram. Aph. from 73' (which in any case may have influenced pronunciation). ». [jakj 2: Spiegelberg ZA, "" 900) ' 269ff;R ' ,nd - «io»eni9(r. jgjp^ ag the tw0 st(meg |- rdi d^3K], i.e. bearing-stool of ' stones ' = bricks, tiles. b. T3S 1 : transfer Ju 5^ Je 46 15 to 3 end (but Je 46' 6 many MSS. @ Aq Symm Theod 33 many moderns read T^SN thy bull, i.e. Apis). — T?.3N: Spiegelberg R »" dl!l ° ,,en,4 ' r - expl. as Eg. 'brk=give attention!

k:n : authority for Ar. vb. U.' flee is 

slender, but word occurs as n.pr.mont., and elsewhere (GFM, privately). — "UK : Aram. '« (Talm., once, Levy) prob. Hebraism. — DiH : Ar. _».! also=«jpoi7 (of water); cf. ju^. 1 ( ft ».l)=jpoo/, reed-bed (also tangled thicket, etc.) Lane, and marsh Dozy 1- ".

a . DilK 2, 3: v .nowFBuhl GMCh - d - Ed ° m "" (1893 >. 

1 1 1>. pt^lK : rd. prob. P^T* , v. GFM J " «■ 5 . 13b. I. 7HN: No_ ZMGl " (I88e, - ,H72 ° doubts ?nk= JaI = (£Jm, - but ^y*=dwelling actually in vulg. Ar. ace. to So Buh '.

5 Before 7NW ins. ' W Pr 3 1 4 Kt, v. ['»].' 

— 31K : after return add ' whence Kb a-befr.il.15C gt a «. 1.504 ; Blbl. Theol. I.1S6 J^ QW Arch. fl. 273 ftg rediens, " revenant "; but doubtful.' b. TK : Bev Jph "-" ,,:,K! der.from Ar. tfbe strong [also oppress, burden], whence ISy (or joL«) calamity. — IK: Ar. derivation very dub.; Dl w,25cf - WB22 K g2.4 Hpt JA081S96.1S8ir. Qunk G ° 2 - 6 Holz G " 43 Buhl cp. As. edit, flood, mass of waters ( V ills), edilu, overflow (for irrigation); ©<833Aq in Gn 2 6 have s]>ring, X cloud, so © Z Jb36 2T ; add perh. Jb36 30 ilK for ilix (Du Dr). b. nixn 2 : add Gn49= 6 (v. p. 1063*). — IL [ n !¥] end : v - also r*9]i P- Io6lb - b. II. 7W, 7'K: Ar. Jjl, etc., from j'lj, v. Lane. ". ?'«: Ar. $j=ibex (i. q. J-cj , J-fj)- b. |1N; on etym., cf. also Bev JPhl, - I " 1:l00 - 2 .

b . tSW : crpt., v. Siegf ™* NOT - 7 - 18 * U0 ; he 

expl. 'NO Je 10' as err. for tWO 1 K io ls , and 'n Dn io 5 as borrowed from Je io 9 ; in Je 10 9 Gie reads I'BiND, Du either this or tMD ( v . na); read "^BiNO perhaps also Dn io 6 (Dr). _ *WA«: WMM taa "- ul identifies with Egypt. Pvnt, on W. coast of Bed Sea.

b . 31W : prob. a kind of wild marjoram 

(origanum Maru) p os t H " ,DBHlS90P . b. [jtkd], 1. 5 : after PDB> ins. ' Is 40".'

a . III. nN: Ez i8"> n« i s a vox nihili 

(dittogr. from foil. *iriK : v. Comm.): in 21 10 also dub. (© tl), read t]K Ew Hi 6m Toy, rnn CoBerthol, JpN Oort Krae. b . tnx 5 : Nu io 4 J"int?3 is rather 'in one (of the trumpets)'; Jb 33" it = in one way; Pr 28" read prob. with <B Lag Dys Bi nntfa ; Ju 1 6 !s is rather ' vengeance for one of my two eyes' (v. GFM). Je io 9 firiN3 prob. = tn one, altogether, inn 7: transpose ' abs. Jb 42 14 ' (1. 5) to precede ' Ez io 14 ' (1. 2).

b . On pr. names compounded with nX ; 

v. reff. given under 3K supr. _ asriK, 11. 4 , 5 : read ' Bar Hebraeus chro °- BeMtf.u.8' and de i_ < in Euseb.' _ in»n« 3,l.i: ins. ' 1 5=" after < 1 4",' and in 4, 1. 1, del. '=»■'. ». |ON^K:<JDN^K ) v.Norzi Nul:, • 2! GFM Ju, • 10 (after Ven. 1 Mich.).

b . *l*JnH; cf.Ar.Jui.lvm, + ljjj= adopt, 

hence perhaps hath adopted. — nx fire-pot is loan-word fr. Eg. 'ah ace. to WMM 0LZS,S '; Je 3 6 K rd. nxn Bfcl.

b '■pX 2 end : add Ho 1 1 9 ace. to Hi Ke 

We Marti al. ". IV. "N Jb22 30 : read perhaps ^« (Me), or rb$ (Ley), with B.^m in v".

b . B"K, 1. 5 from bottom : Q'E'JK Ez 24 ,7K 

is textual error; We (ap. Sm) B'tWK; Toy Upt D'?iN(Ho 9 4 ).

b . nbap : so read also || 2 Ch 2 9 (MT ni3D). 

— Tltof* : add Glas 8ku,e,, ' ,25 -" i . b. rbx c : in Jos 17 9 n^CT CnV rd-D'-iyn, cf. , 7 " I9 »-'">-« etc. ». ^K 7: v.alsoBrock 2AW " ,l<,906) - 29ff (mng. ' might ' very dub. : renders belongs to the god of (my) hand, supposing phrase a survival, with orig. mng. forgotten, of ancient idea, found also among other nations, of spirits conferring powers upon particular members of body).

b . Driw : <=El is kinsman (v. Gray*""- 

Bib. Ami, Naiiu with |;'b- Sabis, S Jf. b. L [*li>N], 1. 5 : after ' pers.' ins. ' Jb 15V 49*. At end of II. «^K ins. : ' [*£«] vb. denom. Hiph. yfr 144" niD'pXD producing thousands (subj. }*&).' — '^ippK : on etymol., and site of place, v. T_) a Nahum, etc 9 B. Q ASm T " el,e Pr »Pb. It '» '• — At bottom, insert : ' "faffoj v. sub I. b$: 49b. ON etym.: add ' $ ° k - J< '"- D», $"•«• p«.' 51 ». 1. ftON; Je46 ii Spiegelberg' u " d « l0 • , "■•" reads Jta? tfc ( as Na 3 9 ) for tii fttQ, and finds in both a Thebes in the Delta. », L 17: ins.' Jos' bef. ' 24".' 55b, 1. 9 : Is 40 26 read probably Y^ti (©). 57 11 . 'lbs : meaning mountain-dwellers very dub.; on'N = Eg.'^-TOa-rav.WMM A,uEur - 2a "'-, = Tel Am. and As. Amurru, v. -ykl Te,AmM * Jastr 880 """" Say H * sl ■ DBA, "" , ™ al.; cf. also GFM Ju4 ' 5 Dr^'Gray*" 13 - 29 .

b . III.[ruK] Pu.: after n3Nn ins. '1^9 1 10 .' 

». p$, "B^]: in Heb., vb. denom. fr. *|K.

b . NDK; perhaps apoc. theophoric name, 

cf. W?). b. P)pK ifiph. 1 end: add'so«)DK> Jb2 7 19 ; but read prob. «]pN>=5)pV (Ex 5 7 ), © <3 Ew De DiDu.'

a . [TJff]: Dieulafoy 1 "" ,vl(1888) - »'** at makes 

apaddna, more precisely, throne-room, cf. £}_!)* U.4? °. njIBS : Ar. ^1 in fact=mt% (camel, etc.) dry, empty; ( jji'u = empty-headed man; this does not support be confused, helpless (GFM, privately).

b . pBX : now prob. that 1 should include 

Jos 1 2 19 1 S 4 1 29 1 and 2 K 1 3 s2 ©L ; town not near Jezreel, but at N. end of Philistine plain; cf. ©L lc - We ""'* Dr 1829 '" Its ™ 2 ' 435 GASm Gaogr. 400 f. Buhl Gaogr. 212 <. n d N.) Bu BS 235 f. . more fo^ ful are i K 20 2630 2 K 13' 7 (Kit 1 * 20 ' 26 ); these, with Jos 19 30 Ju 1", might denote an Aphek near Jezreel. — 1. 8 from below : Jb 1 2 21 rd. perh. iVTW Du (v. also Bu).

a . |^")SK : read ' Syr.' for ' ©,' and « Talm.' 

for ' %,' thus : ' Syr. U»oa (and . cuios) PS 3073 ; Sota 9" and Talm. fnaK, Talm. also *$■ and b. nsx: butThes 612 ' Add - 72 del.nSK,andder. riDiO from vV'D, so Ba NB * mc ; v. also, on oil as late by-form of el»t, DBMacdonald JBLi "' (,8l>5, ' Mff -.

a . 31K; del. ' also J^jf lie (a knot) Frey.' 

7 1 b. [nn«] : Vulg. Ar. Kj= man^erMohit ,9 - " (GFM, privately), cf.Lan'e 51 ". — At the end : add ' also pi. I1.-IJK 2 Ch 32 291 * (read prob. BTJ^ nilKI © 9S Kit Benz al.).' ». hplH,: Du a **(q.T.) makes l=^snN, from rnx + p afform., liearth (not+?N hearth of El).

a . nix, 11. 3) 19 : TTIK ^ i 39 3 <Inf. cstr^ 

and || Vai (Inf.cstr. of II.$m), noi W1, cf. Bae. b. 'nV-lK: on Rim-Aku (=Eri-Aku1), v. now also 'j)r Coaa - an - vlt '-, Zim KAT3 - ^ thinks identification very dubious. — After ^V")N insert: 'fpnK n.pr.m.son of Haman Est 9'; Apa-aios.' b. ffJK end : add No EnwB " ,A » A ". »,1. 1 3 fr. below: m 'm.' is dub.: Nui6 ,s rd. n^f for 2nd Dybg (® B ); Je 20 9 v. Ges il32d ; 48 45 rd. (many MSS., Nu 2 i 28 ) n*y ; ty 1 04 4 rd. perh. (01 Du) Jrflprp, or JBC^Jj Jb 20 26 v. Q es JM5u(ormW. c f ^]] ;)r ZAWxvlne96),63 K nefc, [rWK]: read 'nek (Voi foil.).' Also ' f [n;e>K] n.f. wall, bulwark (Talm. MTBta (Levy No); Mand. MOTM waR No*" 3 ; % pi. sf. snn^N (Dalm WB Nnn^K) j e 5 o 15 , WITCH Ct 2 9 ; Ar. 1L-I column, support is loan-word ace. to Fra n ; — only pi. sf. bulwarks of city of Babylon,' etc.

b . DE'K, 1. 2 : for ' iJl reum judicavit,' 

read ' _S1 sin, offence,' and before ' fault' insert ' requital.' — Niph. ; after Jo 1 1S add ' (si vera 1.; Me We al. W#J, </Q1DV, cf. Dr* 410 "-)/ ». ffjflj: see now also GFM^* 88 " 48 Dr IHM - S1 Allen DBA8HEB ", all doubtful as to Can. goddess Asherah ; question left open by Zim KATuwff. ^ on g em g0( jdess AHrtu-Asratu Id. ib. 432 ff. . Dll f v Jerem AT lm Llcht d * Alteu 0rients 207 (name of goddess Asirat in letter found at Taanach by Sellin (1902-3) and Id. lb - *• «) (Oppenheim's find at Eas el-'Ain in Mesop., stone shaft with veiled head as top, supposed to identify post with goddess; if 2 K 23' refers to draped Asherim [v. on text Benz Bur], this even more plausible), Id. 1 " 23 - 2 *'- 286 . On pic- torial representations of Asherah-syrabol v. WHWard AJ8L "• ' l0cL 1902) . b. ie* : 41,(7) transfer Ec 8 4 to iBte? c (p. 84"); and 8 e add 'In Dt 15 14 also read If S3 : note ^^^3 before.' ». For 11. 20, 2 1 .substitute: '(J)T]ty& T&ft "HT n ¥, 17 5 (P) °V$ 'J^P'Tf "to *3R & </iere «/<a# no< 6e called ( = one shall not call) thy name Abram, 21 s (E).' b. ijft -rfc ->K3 : >$ perhaps orig. 1. , n!> jaw{-bone); on n.pr.loc. cpd. with ^rp, yratfos, (i,j Jul.1, 'J ^y Prol. 344 Jj„ g A J6em. L»iig. «MI (1897), 176

a . '"INS : < the man from Beeri Nes lc  

94b, 1. 8 fr. bottom: Jb 17 16 rd. •ntsyn (for

  • W) © Du Dr, with nnj in v b (for nrrj).
a . Before"!?]?, ins.: 't[PTJ] vb. denom. 

mend fissures (of); — Qal Inf. cslr. pi2~tp 2 Ch 34 10 (+P?.0^; acc.ivsn).' b. Bna : a( ]d re f. to t^ny to tlie point of confusion t Ju 3 s5 (cf. GFM), 2 K 2 17 8".

  • . PT3; Nes AJ8Ll " 1(,W7, '" e conj.mng.<7raee;,

cf. mod. Ramie — sand. — PJ3: err. in Jui 45 (v. GFM). — I-[^3]: No 2AW " l,(18W ' 188 disproves Syr. ^^-la, and adopts the view of Gei UrKhr111 *"> (?ra euphem. for a, V II. ^J>3 = loathe, c. 3, as- sumed (ThesBuhl) for Je3 14 31 32 ; v. infr. on p. 127*). b, 1. 2 (exc. '—Qal') belongs in 1. 5.

b . JV2 ad fin.: on 3 a s abbrev. JV3 v. 

Wetzst 1 """*" "° Kampffmeyer ZPV * v<18M >- m .

  • . Flavn^: Jerome 0p,,(ed - VaU * r, ' ) ' ,11 - 38 defines

as domus tritici, and says (Id." 11 ' 4 ): 'sed et usque hodie grandis vicus Capherdago inter Diospolim et Jamniam demonstratur.' [Else- where he defines J1J1 (Id." 1 - 49 ) as 'piscis tris- titiae '] (HPS, privately). b. m T «3 : nil3aje24 s prob.adiff.word, pi. abstr. -=earhj ripeness, cf. Du. ". 033K: described Jos An *- 1 "- 7 ' 2 as a sash wound round breast several times, and falling to the feet ; in £ <S JJDn (Pers.) a money-bag wound round body Sta' ThI * im - **. — ^D"3 : 1. 2 read jL'waa (PS J syllable o uncertain [Nes, privately] ; Polyglotts and Castell have )!';»»-.) ". b$B : J e 3 14 31 32 AW JosKi Thes, comparing Ar. Jjo ba disgusted, derive from II. ^3 loathe (sq. 3); 80 Buhl : Gie Du Co in 3 1 32 read "nbya (treating 3 14 as I. ^?3). b. Il.pya]: Niph. Jeio 14 = 51 "rather stupefied (by spectacle io'^si 16 ).

b , last line and foil., read: 'in lat. of 

Shiloh ; N. border of Amorites, Nu 2 1 24 (v. Di), Ju 1 1 22 ; in its upper course it runs S. to N., hence (W.) border of Amnion, Dt3 16 (cf. 2 37 ), Jos 12 2 ; mod. Wady Zerqa Bd p * 11,l .'

a . I. N^3 : Ar. j prob. loan-word. 
b . 'jrj?: noadj.fr. names of metals; perh. 

Aram., and "B= son, Nes ZPV,, - 267i AJ8L.Apr.i897.17s_

a . 1. 13 : Is i 25 read prob. 133 as in a 

furnace (Is 48 10 ); there seems no evidence that

c 'lye' (i.e. water mixed with the burnt ashes 

of plants containing potash, used formerly for washing) was ever used in refining gold or silver: cf. J. Nap ier A "' ! - w< " , " ! "'"»' t "" 8M >' ,5 ' a, ' ,s vy iw ; n Smith DB " 368: Am "' R "' Ed ' <I871 ' *° ""' 1939 .

  • . pi?]'- Hithpo. 1 ad fin., for 'or

perh. (cf. "Nil) sub.' rd. ' We Now Marti Harper (cf. i, ii. ■»).' — 2 ad fin., Je 5 7 rd. prob. *l$p. ® Gie Du al. b, 1. 13 : after ' f i8 51 ' ins. ' so || 2 S 22 51 (KtWjPj >Qr^?o); — 1. 6 from below : cstr. >"I3 Ex 1 5 16 belongs rather sub Vl$, 1. 3, after ' ^ 79 11 .' l>, 1. 21 : bef. ' sq. two ' ins. ' Ez 20 27 .' ". 1. 13: del. 'abs. Jb 30V b. [rra] 2 b : rather 'break forth (with that which is to be born),' but text dub. At end, also, add Ju 20 33 . »>. n^J: Ami 69 cf. Ob 2020 and Jei3 19 (© Du Co al.) belong sub 2— body of exiles.

a . 11. tyi 2: for '—See also rtybi ad 

Jin.,' rd. ' ; n^n Galilee, 2 K 1 s 29 (|| fyto jnK) Ew U73h» Sta>3 08.2 Ges !90f. b, 1. i : del. '2 K 15 29 ,' and 11. 5b, 6. — [W>3]. Vid.Baud ZMO,9M395ff (cps.BAram. bbi Q2«), Palm, tbb: T,r ""- 9 = <7tt}A, i6iur, ; and concludes that it was orig. a designation of the primitive stone menhir or H3SO).

b . D|, 1. 2 : also Zinj. (Lzb ^ Cooke 166 ). 
a . I. Dia : 1. i, rd. ' mng. dub.; ? cut off, 

hence reserve.' b. ""«K ; 3 2 : Jos 13 2 read prob. HJJn We and Dr(on 1S27 8 ), Mey ZAWi - ,26n GFM J "' 29n -. ". T?T^. Tl^-by for the sake of, in reference to, v. Kb""™* '-*'" 1 **- 1 "-™; and add for -nTfy NU25 18 -' 818 31 16 2S18 5 , and for '■PTV Je 7 s2 2 K 2 2 l3 *= 2 Ch 3 4 2 ", and perh.

a . fitt: oldest tradition (Jerome) seems 

to waver between 3^ fish and |3T grain, as explan. of P'n, v. 't JV3.

  • . JTj 1 : Je 25 21 , transfer to 2.

°. nfi'aw, name of bird: poss. of Egypt. origin, Bondi ZMGlcleM,W2 (Arabic, OP 221 cf. J£jj et u aw. «c

b . in c i rc ( et ball — 1. circle: Du 1 ' 293 

thinks noun here also is "N , I3 (or "n^?)ss nT? onset of combatants; Marti TH? as © LoBrd al.

b , 1. 6 : on fVtJ Gn 6 3 cp. perh. ^b con- 

(mw, <ft> something continually, in mod. Eg. Ar. (So SK lxvli 08M). 211 f b. rOHD : c f. also OAram. WOTD city, Palm, xmo «'<y, sf. |wto, pi. mono sac 70 Lzb 306 Cooke 266 .

a . IW: theories of non-Heb. or non-Sem. 

origin, opposed (in their older forms) by Bau Rei. 1 .i8i«r.(,. e ,p.23o>. D1 r.ic2«r. c i a imed Bab. origin for Iff, against this Kue Na "° n " **"*<><>•■ *•* *<"« " < E °«- Trans. 329 IT.) J i JBC xlll (1894). 103 f. „f TT i BAS 1. 170 N . D1 B.b«lu.B.b.l,46f.,73f. makes same c]a ; m for ^ agst.this v. esp.Hiisch ZAW " , " t,903,SMff - Zim KAT3 - ,UB - ; Spiegelberg ZMG "" am> ' 633ff - prop, (improb.) Egyptian etymol. for i"WT ; further discussions see in Ko KB NA " 8 ' * m * nd "• 3 . ' Jehovah ' found in Jacob (? Johann.) Wessel (ti48o), ace. to Schwally ThLz - 1905c °'- 612 .

b , 1. 14 fr. below, rd. JDK for p 

229b. [*6n] : Mi 4" We prop, n^nan (Vnbri) her that is diseased (note || f^jirn , and cf. Ez 34 21 ), so Now; Gr fKpari Jier that is exhausted; Marti allows either of these.

b . ^ (5) * : *?af» fl also (less oft.)=<70 

(and present oneself) before a deity or shrine 1 K 1 2 30 1 Ch 2 1 30 (cf. ^ NO Ex 28 s0 , 'jf D?i? ^95')- b. ^$kj9: rd. ^^nDGray ?ropN - 201 . — 1. 6 fr. below: on 'pJlJWI jr 9 15 as error for IJ^. or T#, v. 01 513 ' ki39 ' ,! Sta> 3Mb Hup- Now al. ad loc. b. iron 2 ad fin. : add '— n?r$ l~t3 nan Jb 6 7 rd. perh. "131 HDn? (or nnnt) it is loathe- some (vdht).

1 '. Jion 4: 2 Ch n 23 for tt?J }ian i>KB*l 

Perles A ""- 47 prop. '3 B$ WtW ( c f. Mfe3 3 d). b. j-m, 1. 5 : for ' 1 S 14 7 ' rd. ' 2 S 14 7 .'

a . 11. n-in, 1. 5 : for ' 1 S 1 1 5 ' rd. ' 2 S 1 1 5 .' 
b . Bef. nnn ins. ' t tffcHJP n.f.pl. de- 

ceptions ; — Is 30 10 .'

a . '2T : on Palm. "Of (prob. abbrev. from 

...13T), v. Lzb 265 Cooke 273 - 291 . <

a . 1. naj : Ph. rat of an offering of bread 

and oil CIS '■ ™- K > m - 8 , cf. RS 8em - ** and "•• ■•. 262 b . 3~iT 1: Jb37 22 rd.perh."iniDuandDr. 265 a . 1. V) : on As. tAze, teats, v. RFHarper AJSI. Ilv (1897-1898). 174 a . '3] : Nes (privately) suggests that this might be abbrev. fr. n'TJT.

l a , 1. 17 : recorder. Rather, probably, the 

(king's) reminder, who brought important business to his notice: cf. Ew Gesch - '"• 385 ' "• '"■ ^ Ke 2 S 8. 16 Benz Arch. 310 Nqw Arch. i. 308 gjj. 1 K i. 3_

a . "OT : against Schwally's view see 

JPeritz Womau lu the Ancient Hebrew Cult. JBL xvll (1898). Ill It.

a . JTO]: cite also (sub l)-^f» Bftty 

"'??? Jbi3 12 your memorial words are ashen sayings (i.e. worthless), cf. BuDu; Margolis (privately) suggests that © seems to have lead -Sn6 bmz) [1<BJfJ] Dy:- your exultation shall be like ashes.

a . 09J ad fin.: the text of Pr 30 32 is 

questioned by Frankenberg Toy al.; v. on II. feu, 6i4 b infr.

b . IBID, 1. 3: r d. in Je 1 1" altogether 

Tinsn ^bye vuy trip ■*>» D*TWi nteio nnby. — fgl; Mand. ]N3T, v. No" la ; on OPers. origin v. BAram.

a . III. "IDT: Ar. ...j is urge urith chiding, 

reproof, Xli thing involving blame (if not pro- tected, defended); this hardly supports meaning choice products for 111. "TlDl.

b . DSJ 2 is prob. denom. fr. Djn (v. Buhl). 
b . pyj Niph. : = be called out for military 

service, pass, of Hipli. 1 ; cf. GFM Ju,8:B .

a . I. [PPJ] : perh. prop, strain or filler 

through, cf. Jb 36 27 Is 25 s .

b . %?})•, prob. = Bab. Zer-Bdbili= off- 

spring of Babylon, oft. in Inscr. (Mey E,Judv ). b. [-nj] . -nin. 2 k 4 *> om . © . GrBur think MT arose (by'dittogr.) fr. "WOfa T^!i.

a , 1. 11 fr. below: rd. ' D"m EcgV 
a i>in 2, 1. 2 from end: add 'Jbio 20 

(but rd. here prob. *^J "^ © @ Bi Bu Du).'

1 '. [Tin]: Ph.isonly-nn,JTnn(temple- 

or sepulchral) chamber (Lzb 2 ' 1 Cooke 126 ); Ez 2 1 19 is best explained from Syr. »««. go about, surround, ».*• around. It seems uncertain whether Tin, Ph. Tin chamber, Ar.Jji curtain, cltamber, tent, etc., are (ultimately) fr. this V (as something surrounding) ; or (Buhl) from II. "nn=iJ.i 11. conceal behind curtain, con- ceal, confine, iv. conceal oneself, also abide, stay, remain behind (Lane 70 "), Eth. tAdi abide, dwell (Dr, privately, Nov. 1 905).

b . Tin , 1. 3 : "7-i.CC: is not ' chamber,' but 

(fr.v "}.£<£: dwell) dwelling-place, abode, tent.

a , 1. 11 fr. below: omit ' n^ino Is 51" 

(which belongs to I. <V n ).

b . tWtan : c f. Nab. HTBn, Cooke" 5 . 
a . n f |, ? n n.pr.loc; alw. c. art. 
b . rVIO^n, 1. 6 : the ref. is to Job's suffer- 

ings (from which as little joy comes as from eating unsavoury food, so now Comm. generally), rather than to the unpalatable words of his friends. It is doubtful whether Di's reason for preferring purslain to %. Njtopn yolk of egg('n "VI slime of yolk, i.e. the white of the egg) is con- vincing, viz. that ancient Hebrews did not keep hens, or that of De, viz. that white of egg is not slime, and is not unpalatable ; mug. yolk preferred also by Da Bu Du.

a , 1. 1 2 : rd. ' + 25 t. in Ch., + (of royal 

officials) 1 Ch 28V

a . nxpn : on mode of making lebben, by 

shaking milk in sour milk-skin, v. Doughty Arab. Des. 1. 221. 263,- II. 30». etc. Thomson L "" d ,ml Book "' 41S . See also ARSK K » c '- Blb - > "". — After 'INtsri ins. as new article : 'tDNDTO n.f .pi. curd-like things= smooth, hypocritical, words, only cstr. V3 'D ^ppn j, 55" smooth are the butter-words of his mouth (Ew De Hup), but read prob. (VJS) VS Tkong ()pbn his mouth (face) is smoother than curds (Vrss Ki Thes 01 CheBaeWeDu[nNDriD]).' — 1. 2 fr. below : add ' + 39 12 ' after iTffin. 329 a , 1. 5 : after Vog No12 " ins. ' = Cooke N. 8«in. Inscr., No. 136 . J^b Ephero. II (1906). 580 '

a , 1. 28 : after ' Dr) ' ins. ', c. _ DS Gn2 4 4 V 
b . Bef. ?bn ins. l t[?pn] v h. only Niph. 

denom. Impf. 3 ms. [DIT Is 23 18 be treasured up, hoarded (|| ISK;.).'

b . ILHWl: cf. No ZMO,v " (,903Mli . 
b . 70, 1. 16, for run rd. n«, and so 

seven lines below.

b . I'D 2. Here also T*?n ^ 77 18 . 
a . I. Tin end : add ' 42 s niJrnn for 

nrann.'

l a , 11. 1, 2 : rd. '1. ih, v. II. Tin ; 11, in. 

in.in.v. 11,111. -nn.' — Before I. [3nn] ins. ' + [<"WnD°] nf - onl y pi. cloaca, cess-pool; — DINiriD 2 K 10 27 Kt (Qr niNSiD).'

c 2  b . II. 3nh, I.3: after Zp2 u add '(but 

rd. 3nJ>,©Weal.).'

a . [Db"inj : the fact that the word is alw. 

appUed to Egypt, magicians, exc. Dn 2 2 (late), suggests Egypt, origin, but no agreement among Egyptologists: Harkavy JA "- ,S70> "•"-*""■ 169 prop. x ar > speak + turn, hidden = teller of hidden things; Wied Suami ** thinks Heb. word perh. imitating an Egypt, cher-tem-t, lie who holds the book; FCCook -8pe * kerVCom, " , - , - S79 prop. cher-lum = bearer of sacred words.

  • I. [11H] : Hiph. 1. inj J e 6 M from

•v^iru snort, puff, ace. to Mich Ew Gf Gie al., — not Du. b. 11. [in], 1. 2 : cf. No ZMG1 " 1(1903) " 6 ; and 1. 5 : del. ' 6 17 13"' before ' Je 27 s0 .'

a . niDir^TVpin Jeio 2 : v. Baldensperger 

pkf not, 136 on (.jj e crushing of potsherds in the Valley of Hinnom.

l a . II. [2nn] : add ' Hithp. Impf. 3 mpl. 

IBhnn^ J u 16 2 and they kept quiet.'

a . [nnri] : nrn j e 21 13 v. nru. 

— 11. 6, 5 fr. below : in Je 14 4 rd. prob. with Du (after @) Co Dr Wp 'm H33H.

  • . I. ^?0 : add ' Niph. Pf. 3 mpl. £«M

Jos 3 15 be dipped, 3 of water.'

  • . * : note that the word includes (or

implies) women as well as children, in foil.: Gn 47 ,J Ex 1 2 37 (E), io 10 - 2 * (J), Nu 3 2 16 -' 7 (JE ; cf. Di on v 26 ).

b . 5>3FI, 1. 12 : before ' 89 12 ' ins. ' +.' 

k T end: add, for T nPlFlD, 2 K8 M (=2Ch2i 81 V3 5 i7 7 -

a . [HT], 1. 1 2 : Palm. xnT 1 pious, read 

Nm'(n3) SAC ">, also Id. 3<i ,904 - «°. b. pnjl Li; ? c f. X n»p + 1 1«, IW Ec 5'°. ". Before 'T)i< ins. ' tryi" v. sub ni.T ; VfC v. II. DDV Hoph.' b. Bef. VV ins. |p, Voi Pu. Pt. pi. D*?f O Je 5 8 Qr, v. [pt], p. 266".

  • . in: 2 (4) : Jb 17 16 rd. nnj for fin: ( v .

Addenda, on pp. 94b, 629°); "!fV here will then belong to (1).

s . [?nj] Pi. : add ' 3. caus. make to hope 

ty 1 I9 W (sf. pers.),' and, under 2, 1. 2, del. ' "• ' and ins. '^ 147".'

b , 1. 2 fr. below : ins. ' ^ 33V 

". Bef. ftty] ins. ' b n.pr.m. in Judah I Ch 4 17 ; © AfMBK, A ®L aav.' b. Q> : f Mediterr. in pi. Dn 1 1" [cf. 8 d] Hi Ke Meinh Bev Dr (world-encircling seas Behrm).

a . n£ : c f. also Ar. «lij vessel Gn 42 s5 

Saad, cf. Baldensperger PKF 19M| M , who cp. Mod. Ar. wa'd (LcJ).

19». Bef. I. [*]£] ins.' 11^ Isi5 5 v. I. [TV] 

Pilp.'

a . "HJJ end: Zc 14 6 'but' is very dub.; 

rd. prob. ni"lj31 Din there shall be neither heat nor cold, etc. (We al.).

a . rtB$ ad fin.: add 'see nto(K)-) 1 c, 

p. 928b.'

b ervn : on mng . ; v . AKSK En= y .B lb .w>». 

(Iv. 5307 D ". Bef. [V&] ins. 'W v. &.' ». Bef. WVh ins. ' "$y$ adj . gent, of fore- going, 1 Ch 27 s9 .' b. nnfl* : GF1I (Dec. 28, 1899, privately) points out that fat parts are alw. disting. from this; cf. now on TTfff Id. 84 ™™* 1 * 4206 and esp. Id orie n ui. stud. iarTh.Noid e ke aw, 76i jW h e re it is shewn to be the caudate lobe of the liver. b. I. [ni33] : ^45" belongs to 11.1133 2 ; cstr. as Ges ' M1 d ; v. also ?3 1 a end.

b . liT 1 ? and 462 a . 1^?: v. note on 

W, 189b.

b ad fin.: [?}?], prob. Bab. loan-word, fr. 

kamdnu, cake used in worship of Istar, Zim KAT3.«l

a . I. 113, 1. 4 : j'ji means also a camel's 

saddle (or ' howdah ') with its apparatus, v. Frey Lane. — 1. pi] : for basket-saddle read < camel- palankeen; the palankeen, or tent-like erection, on the saddle (Burckh Bed0UlM * Dd w,hibJ "' 266 Doughty Artb. Dei. I. 437, II. .104 L ane Mod - E «JP l,,n, < 5 > "• 15s g, which seems intended here, is distinct from the basket or pannier (in which some women also travelled, Porter *»•*"■). ". ii. , 35?33 : add ' pi. sf. rpjy33 (si vera 1.) I S 2 3 8 (l|nnnb). ;

a . 1. 1D3, on orig. mng. cf. now Dr 11 *"" 8 

pioriTiATiox. a ] so As Jcuppuru^ purify (and deriv. takjnrtu) Zim KAT3 - 601f - Morgenstern 8 """ »"> • "•'• < MVG, IKS, 3) 44, 112 a , 1. 14 : others understand IP &&=away from; of. Di Lv4M , Ri 8 """" 50 '-. °. [ n ??] end: transpose ' Mi 6 3 ' to follow 'JeiVv

a . 3$, 1. 7 : bef. »rm|> ins. ' pi. c. sf.' 
a , 1. 10 : after *? £ ?r»3 rd. ' Ec i*» 7 21 

8 9.i6 Pr23 !c r)n , i2'- — 1. 1 1 : Ne 2" 7 s differ from Ec f 9 1 (the ' heart ' here not being the subject's).

B . n33^ : named fr. exuding milky (white) 

gum De Qes al.

b . fiCp 5 : so As. litdnu ; v. Meissner 

ZAW OH 0903). 151 r. J onng •*•• Deed. 2, 281_

b , 1. 5 fr. below : ins. '22" after ' tNu '. 
a . 3'0; in view of prevailing fig. use, and 

of Ar. Ill (_• yt) be in tumult, commotion, of sea, people, be agitated, perplexed, it is perh. dub. whether melt is orig. meaning ; be moved, agitated is usu. poss., and even Am 9" ty 65 11 (both late), where (esp. Am) moistening is sug- gested, this may be perh. derived fr. agitating, loosening, dissolving. °. II. [V»], 1. 2 : after ' cut off' add ' but only seemingly in the dub.passages(v.III. p??] and Comm.) Jb 14 2 18 16 2 4 24 [MS Levy], + 3 f 90 6 .' ". Bef.inio ins.' Dnio(b) ^73-' v.[n3Vio] and nn 1.'

a . [PP], del. ' so Syr. (Edessa) |k_Lo»,' 

ref. due to early text. err. (GFM, privately, Dec. 28, 1899). b siVo: Schwally z " am(1898) - OT cp. As. mulu= earthwork, mound, terrace, T>l An M-A 6 ".

b . IP 9, 1. 2: for ?p in Mish. see e.g. 

Bab. Mez 7 10 Kil 8 1 Ter 8" Pes i 6 Taan 2' Yeb 8 2 ; Ec 4 17 ni'B>5??p (have no knowledge so as not to do evil) is read by Siegfr Wild.

b . [I* 1 ?] Pi. 1 a: transpose 'EZ23 37 ' 

to foil. 'Ezi6 32 ' subb.

l a . N33, v. in BAram. Appendix. 

°, 1. 16 : II. [^U] : Qal=6« foolish tPr 30 s2 is doubted by Frankenberg Toy (where see various renderings), al., who think text crpt.

7 b . "I??. 2a: note that in NH 1333 = m 

front of, Ber4 5 , 9 s Ab 2 10 , *3S "1333D Git f al.

a , 1. 1 6 : on Ju 1 6* (rd. ' 1 6 s6 ') v. GFM. 
a . 1. nn? 2 : Jb 17" rd. nm (© DuDr), 

Vrm=descend (cf. 21").

a , 1. 9 : Jb 12 s3 rd. prob. Dnjl and leaves 

them (Je 14 9 ). °, 1. 5 from below : t3im< = comforting, full of comfort (sc. is *»1 cf. ARSK DBN "<'" T)j.N> 1. 1. Celiturj BlbIo

a . I. B>n3, 1. 2: after 'Thes' ins. 'on 

assumption that it is i. q. BTI?.'

b . tfffO 1 : add Ne 3 s5 . 
b . n3», 1. 3: after 'etc.;' rd. 'pi. V3Q 

2 K 8 29 = 9'*= 2 Ch 2 2 6 ; rtop abs. Zc 13' + , cstr.,' etc.

a , 1. 1 : Ar. ~$3 be shrewd, appar. rare, 

cf. JXj cunning Lane 28 ™*.

b . II. 133, 11. 5f.: for 'JJJo in sense be 

bad, evil,' etc., rd. 'JiL'i be ignorant of, Qor 1 i' 3 ; 11. change, alter, so as not to be known, disguise Qor 27"; iv=i, also deny, Qor 1 6 s3 repudiate.' — 1. 9 : Syr. j_£J reject is rare (twice), and PS prop. wZaJ alienavit each time. — 133, 1. 1: after 'foreign' ins. '(prop. unknown, cf. Ar. V ).'

b . in. HDO : v. Gall KultsU1 ""> n S2 interprets 

as place of trial (ancient judgment-place) and identif. with Kadesh, called also '"'flP (n?) and tSBE'prj?.

a . 1. D*?, v. also Horn *•"■*■ mAK - 107 ; 

Tristr NHB334f. thinks / n _ apr j-co< (so Id. 8 """- DB <» AFP ") ; M'Lean-Dyer EB APPLE makes 'n = quince.

b , 1. 7 fr. below : after ' v. Qal ' in3. 

'; = break up rafts 1 K 5 s3 .'

a . n3Xp : on this v. also Lagrange*"" 1 " 

Bib.. 197 * an ^ review by BaU ZMGMlO903).830. ^ Q FM EBM*33IBAB g U Blb.Theol. I. 555 QCWhitehoUSe Hut. DB l'lLLAR

a . [JljJJ] : % Ni>3 Pa. = cleanse (with lye) 

Is I 25 ; adj. SJ33 clean of bread or fruit Gn 40 16 V Dt6 3 $ J "', = exempt (BH 'i?3) 1 K 15-.

a . NB»3 2 b, 1. 8: after ' cf. v 23 ;' ins. 

'incur guilt Ex 28 43 .'

b . nnj : r d. n»nru also Ez 24 s for MT 

rvnm Hi-Sm Co Berthol Toy Siegf K * u Krae Da (' poss.').

a . X& 1 K I8 27 : om. ©L, dittogr. for tft 

Klo Bur.

a . 1. ^D 2: cf. also Che EBBEDS ". a . pD?l, 1. 3: add 'X inD, nntps go 

about, -rinp=Heb.ap.' G97 b . 'nab : transfer to I. p,3p].

b . II. ^D, 1. 3 : add ' cf. sull, a round 

wicker basket used by women in Palestine for carrying fruit on their heads to market, Baldensperger™'" 90 '- 135 .'

b . nEJHP : cf. Syr. Jk'.f 9i,vr nr> brandies, 

EZ31 5 al. (PS 3966 ), from V&£-J*> propagavit, germinavit.

a . Drip: cf. As. bit sutummu, storehouse, 

treasury, Zehnpf BA81 - 5: ".

a . 1?V 2 end : add Je 2 5" 2 7 7 3°*- 

7 1 7 b . 12V 3, 1. 7 : Jb 1 4 5 is _pass over, beyond (cf. 1 i).

b . "DV Pi 1: after NH ins. ' TjaVO 

pregnant, Yeb 4 1 ' 2 7 3 Kethi 9 '; but note also that in i J and Talm. (both Aram, and Heb.) -Qyrnconcetw, "flay conception, 1?iV embryo.

b . i.iaj? 1 B ad fin.: cf. late As. ebir nari 

Schr KB lv ' 3M " ' fr ' bel0 ' KAT3 - ws,«s<

a . II. play] la: Je 14 4 < rd. nayi 

wn nonsn Du, cf. ®.

b . 1. IS, 1. 4 : add ' so Gn 49 s6 (rd.ny T)0 

for IS Tfa).' — 11. 15? : cf. 1 "1% booty, Is io 2 33^ + . 735", 1. 2 fr. below : ins. ' inorrb? TJJ ,/, 7 8 :, V

a . n;-)TJ? occurs also Je 43 s = ^TQ) 42 1 

(v. p. 2 4 b supra); and as friend of Daniel tDn i""".

a . 1. !!y 1 j, 1. 8: after ' Jb 14 3 ' ins. 

' by 'V D'fe> Gn 44 21 (J) Je 3 9 ' 2 40', + ruiob 2 4 6 , +nj?ni)Am9 4 ';andinl.9for'v 40 'rd.'2Ch6 J V

b . byp 2b(6)(y): Hg2 ,5ls and onwards 

(as/9) is more prob.: v. Now We K,p '° ph - edS(1898) Marti Dr. b noby.: for 'thick darkness' rd. < darkness, dusk, which suits both passages (Bev, privately). % 1. 7 : Is 57" © 93 Che H,,t Du Marti rd. Qby? for D^iVO, cf. I. [t£y] Hiph. f io

a . 11. [Dy] kinsman, later development of 

I DV RS KM ' 2nded.72

b . 1. [™??.] c : ins. ' Ec 7 14 side by side 

with, as well as.'

b . [D»y etc.] ad fin. : add ' Hiph. Pf. 

3 ms. Dtsyn 1 K 12" load upon (ace. rei + by pers.) = 2Ch 10".

b , 1. 1 o fr. below : bef. ' 29 12 ' ins. ' Jb.' 
a , 1. 3 : rd. ' * 9" (Kt), v 19 (Qr).' 
b . 1Vy : cf.As.usurtu,taboo$AC JAl!m - lb  
5 b . anpy : < [f.] as in NH Syr. Mand. Ar. 

(Levy gives Talm. [Aram.] as m., but are rdgs. correct 1), No (privately).

a .1iiy: perh.-/^Jc [runawayl^KV'^e 

schreien [DHM zu Asma'i, Parq p. 43] das audi vom Wildesel vorkommt Amra alqais 4. 21, Zuhairi 2K ' No FttDf Mo '*"' "' ' i lSE Wle,lcr AV - c,lll> .

a . naiyp ad fin. : add ' 3. order, arrange- 

ment : '133 Ju 6 26 in the (proper or usual) ar- rangement of an altar, cf.^Iiy 1 a Nu 23W altar.'

a . [Piy] = Syr. in Lexx., and Pa.; but 

Syr. usu.^e*, as X.

a . nb>y Ifiph. 2 f: transpose '+b rei' 

to follow ' be used.'

b . [##$]'. ace. to Jacob ZMG ,901 ' ,42: ZAW 

1902, 107 i e dark, cf. XB>B>y dar/cness, in Chr-Pal. _ [ruh^y] : < [Jinf y] Margolis (privately).

a . [^3], 1. 2 f. : rd. ' Syr. t^ become cold 

(Mt 24 12 ), fail, become weak, inefficient ; X 313 become cold, fail, be or (Pa.) make ineffectual ; NH id., fail, vanish.'

b "AS: Scheft 49 '- cp. Olran. fravi, etc., 

progress, fortune, fate, lot.

a . 1. ns : cf. also Baldensperger™" 905 ' 38 

(2>ah used now of a trap with a net).

b . "TOD Hiph.: cf. in Syr. PS 30 *'. 
b . "I?, 1. 1: after 'Makkeph' ins. 'exc. 

Gn 3 8 23 44 34 Dt 7 25 32 s7 [not Gi], Is 27 s Pr 25 s : Mandelkern Conc - *•'■.'

a , 1. 2 : bef. 'Pilp.' ins. ' Hithpo'. Impf. 

3 mpl. 'XXbn'l Hb 3 6 and the eternal mts. were shattered (al. V"p s were scattered).'

b , 1. 1 : del. '^8 6 (|p3t)'_ already given 

(correctly) sub 1 a. — ip& Pu. : Is 38 10 sense dub., Ges am (shall be) missed for ; Hi Di De Che 00 "" 1 '- am punished, mulcted of.

a . T}~)B : cf. Palm. -pis Lzb 554 Cooke 298 . 
b . [nns] Niph., Pi.: Je 20' rather be 

persuaded, j>ersuade ; Pu. Je 20'° be beguiled.

a . IS, 1. 12: tr. 'Dt3i 26 ' to follow 'at 

the side of b , 1. 2 : for ' erect ' rd. ' heap up (stones).'

b . ii. P?: Aram.TV wm^dub.Levy 3221 '; 

Aram, P?" very rare ; but note NH TV fila- ment, small hair.

a . II. TV: cf. Ar.^L. (med. a)=turnor 

incZi«eone'sfaceorneck,orabough, etc. Lane 1744 . b. nio!«f : c f. L^i darkness; We K,Pro,,h - eda - 81 would read fpl. ttfi^f, like iUik Qor 2 ,61S , and frequently.

a . ^"ys, 11. 3, 4 : cf. i—Aj^ jswre silver, etc., 

Schulth 00 *-" 02 - 673 ; also Zim GOA • ,899 • ,!80, KAT16M (Heb., etc., borrowed from As.). ». ii. IX : add Jb 36 19 .

a . n.1S,l. V : after '5fn npbn ins.'2S2 16 .' 

». npj3 : 2Ki 9 :6 =Is37 27 dub.,<rd.' , ?D|) . . . lOp and join to v 3 : before me is thy rising up and thy sitting down We Bur Du Che Hpt al. ; cf. sub ns-if. ". 3#>: 2K4" (so rd.) Baer has *£. b. Bef. + JV31 ins. art: ' t [3?"!] Pu. denom. fr. preceding : — Pt. fpl. J"li3:np yr 144" multiplied ten thousand-fold.' b. Qn Hiph. 1 d, 1. 2 : bef. ' 49" ' ins.' Is.'

1*. nno, 1. 4 : add ( Lzb Eph<,n, "- 2S1 naana 

i>3 noa *i nninno.' b. phi 2a: ' f 139 2 ' transfer to b. a. 33n 4: 2 K 7 14 rd. perh. "33i, c f. ® and 2 K 9 16 Bur.

  • . I. Ttf 1 d (2), 1. 3 : Je 17" fig. of

prophet (but Aq Symm <2 Gie Du Co '"IV"1D).

b . &}T1 1 ad fin.: del. ' by warhorse('s 

hoofs) Jb 39 24 ( + T51) ', and 3 after ' quivering ' add ' of horse eager to start Jb 39" ( +15" 1 );'-

a . PX~! : As. has Rasunnu, hence rd. perh. 

pvn, cf.Wki KATi,K . ". JPP1 2 : add 'i?V f%n f 150 1 (sf. ref. to '-).' ». ri33k» 2 : rd. also 1 K 7 17 - 17 (for njnt7) Bo Th Sta Kl'o Kmp Benz Kit Bur.

b . p3p] Pi. : Now (after <S and © Codd.) 

reads *T!W Hb 3 9 , for niysf , cf. GASm ; Gr Marti ny3^ (adj. f. cstr.) thy bow is sated with shafts. We thinks hopeless.

b . JVabp 1: LV26 1 : on ancient rock- 

carvings in Canaan cf. Ghosn-el-Howie JBL "'" (1904), 211 ir.

a . For 'IV. -p'f,' etc., substitute: 'IV. 

['i]3B'] Pilp. prick or spur on (cf. Ar. eili pierce (perh. denom. from) <s)LL thorn, iSij^ point of spear, etc. ; Eth. VXl', thorn) ; — prick or spur on, ace. pers. : Pf. 1 s. 'HSpppl Is 19 2 ( + 3 against); Impf. 3 ins. 'HP??? 9 10 .'

a . nnn, H. 2 , 4 : the deriv. was with- 

drawn afterwards by RS himself, v .RS K(2nd,!d >" 1 .