A Hebrew and English Lexicon (Brown-Driver-Briggs)/Ayin

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ע

y, ‘Ag/in, sixteenth letter; used as numeral 70 in postB. Heb.

331/ (~/ of (011., cf. K5 "- '- “,- meaning unknown).

1'1. 3?. [31‘] mm. archit. term, meaning unknown; projecting roof is ounjentured (Sm Co Barthel); others landing (De) ; AV RV [hick beam or plank, RVm threshold ; Benz Kit Toy leave untranslated; in any case a structure of wood ;~uhs. 3],“: 0‘13?! 1 K 7“; appsr. cstr. rang); n'51xn ‘g my :31: E2 41“; pl. (si Vera 1.) aura v“.

r. 31”.


n. 2;;

'DJ/

_ m vb. work, nerve (OAmn. way do, make, esp. NabJ'alm. (ML), Lzb""' Cook", so

35 792. Syr. (very off"); but also OAmrn. Ph.'1:v slaw, meal (and in many n.pr.), 3:

may, Syr. 1;»: id..- Asubdu, Mum); NH 13.11] serve, perform ads qfumrlln'p (e. ace. oogn.), and deriv.; Ar. 5;; worship, obey (God); cf. “'e Gnu-null“; Huh. “I, n. en‘qu ; 1:2 slaw, wmahipper ,- Sub. 13;: id. DHM WNW“; Gel-berw-WM thinks be .zam, perusal-11) and enclave (Hiph.) are denom., cf. also Nam "“"'"“‘):—Qalm 17- 3 m ’V Ez 29'“+; af- iw. Mal 3H; 3 mp1. "91.2 Dar; nay Nu 4*. +64 t. Pt,- Impf. 3 ma. Tag; Gn 255+; sf.

( #22" 2 K to"; 3 mp1.

5"?9. Dt r 2’“+; T' A_ Gn I5“ (Di-““) Jb36“; 2 mplfi'QQEI Ex3", Joe 24“, + 99L Impf.; , Djfllg v. 301111.); Imu. ‘DZ 1 S 26"; 719 1 Ch 78’; “33! Ex 5'“+x5 L; “Elli sf. may 1 S7“; Inf 0:17.13); Mn 3“+; '19:; Je 34 "; st". “99 J2 279+, em; Pt. "Ell Gn 4’+; pl. W133! Nu 18"+; cstr. ‘Tg‘l? $977+; sf.le 2 K to"; nip??? 2:: z”;




•ny

— tl. labour, work, do work: abs. Ex20 9 = 34 21 =Dt5 13 (4th word); Ex5 18 (E) Ec 5"; c. aco. rei, till the ground Gn 2 s 3™ 4 212 (J), 2 S 9 10 Is 30 24 Je 27 11 Zc 13 5 Pr 12" 28"; obj. om. Dt 1 5" Ez 48"; vineyard Dt 28"; garden Gn 2 1S (J); DWB H3» Is 19" worker s in flax ; $)Tp lift Ez 48™"' labourers of the city; tojj^ f Is 28 21 work his work (only here of God, || n'B'y VlB>yD); !?j> rmy 'y Ez 29 18 serve a military service against. +2. work for another, serve him by labour : abs. Ex 21 2 (E); c. ace. pers. Gn 29 16 3 i 6 Ex 2i 6 (E) Dti5 1218 Mai 3" Je 34 14 , king his people 1 K 12 7 ; subj. animals Je 27 s Jb39 9 ; c. acc. pers. et rei Gn 30 2626 ' 29 (J) ; c. ? pers. 2S16"; D? Gn2 9 M30 (E) Lv2,5 40 (P)'; Vffl Gn 29 s7 (E); »Jf£ 2 S 16 18 "; c. 3 of price Gn 29 18 - 20 - 25 3 1 41 (E) Ho 12 13 Ez 29 20 ; c. 3 pers. work by means of another, use him as slave, Ex i 14 Lv 25 s9 - 46 (P) Je 22 13 34 910 . 3. serve as subjects : usu. c. ace, their own chiefs or kings JU9 282838 1S11 1 1X5' + ; other kings, by tribute ^ i8 44 =2 S 22", Je 27' 28 14 2K 25 24 + , other nations 2 S io 19 Je 40 9 Zc 2 13 + , kings other kings 2Ki8 7 +, c. ?, 1S4"; t"13y DO Gn 49 15 (J) Jos 16 10 i K 9 2 ' 1 (see DP); tc. 3 pers., work with, i.e. use as subjects, impose tribute upon, Je 25 14 27' 30 8 Ez 34 s7 . 4. serve God: a. c. ace. '-, Ex 3 1S 4 s3 7 ,6M (JE), fr 22 31 Jb 2 1 15 Mai 3 ,4 + ; c. ace. pers. et rei Ex io 26 (E); ace. pers. om., Je 2 20 (rd. itayK Kt), nnJOl l"Qt 13y Is 19 21 serve with peace-offering and grain - offering ; •^'pV. " ia y Ex 13 5 (of n'«?). b. other gods, c. ace. 'n tDt 7 16 1 2 230 t; tmrw enfo f 8 19 n 16 13 714 17 3 28 14 - 36 - 64 29 s5

1 S 8 8 26 19 
17 31 20 Jos 23 

IK9 6

2K17 35 2Ch7

JU 2" IO 
Jen 

i 3 i0 i6 v " 35 15 (all D and Je); Btyn Vii>K Dt 29 17 ; On Je 5 19 ; tDWn X3V b Dt 4 19 2 K 21 3 2 Ch 33 3 Je 8 2 ; t(D')i>ynn Ju 2 n 3 7 io 610 1 S i2 10 1 K 16 31 2 2 54 2Kio l8181919 - 21 - 22 - 23 - 23 i7 16 ; f 1 ??. ' n ^ x Jos 24 20 Je 5"; t D"&>?(n) 2 K 17 12 21 21 " Ez 20 39 ; tDnetan 2Ch24 18 ; D<avy ^ ioS 36 ; t(D , )^Da 2 Ch ss 22 2 K i7 41 ; ^DD f 9 7 7 ; c . j>, ibvti Ju2 13 ; tonnn BT&M^ Je 44 3 . 5. serve '"> i»i<A Levilical service (all P ; cf. RS s<,ml - 69 ): c. .30.47 „B Q11. 19.22.26 acc. rniy nay (v. n-pg) Nu 3 78 4 !3 - 3 "" 7 7 s 8

6 9 1 8 6 - 21 - 23 Jos 2 2 s7 ; acc. om. Nu 4 » M &» 8 15 (but 

Sam © rmy), v 25 18 7 . tWiph. Pf. 3 ms. 13$ Ec 5 8 ; 2 mpL B9T?S Ez 3 6 '; 7wi i»/- 3 ms - "' 3 V' Dt 2i 4 ; 3 fs. n?yn Ez 36 s4 ;— 1. be tilled, of land Dt 21 4 Ez " M . 2. Ec 5 8 1|R mfe^ 7]^0 dub. : a king for (devoted to) the cultivated field (Hi) ; a king </ta< maketh himself servant to the field (devoted to agriculture), De : v. Comm., esp. De. +Pual Pf. 3 ms. "13JJ Dt 2 1 8 Is 1 4 3 ; pass, of Qal, c. 3; impers. Dt2i 3 of a calf with which it has not been worked; hard service with which it was worked with captives Is 14 3 . + Hiph. Pf. 3 ms.T3yn Ez 29 18 ; 2 ms. sf. "3Pi"nyn is 43 M , T9T3JTO v23 > VJ'WJl Jei7 4 ; impf. 3 ms. "qg* 2 Ch 3 4 s3 '; 3 m P l. najf Ex 1 ,3 ; Inf. cstr.Tiy? 2 Ch 2 17 ; Pt. pi. DH3JJD Ex 6';— 1. compel to labour as slaves Exi 13 6 5 (P) 2 Ch 2 17 , +Gn 4 7 21 (reading DH3y) T3yn), 2 S I2 31 (reading "^yni, +3 at ; on both these v. I3y Hiph. ad fin.); cause to serve, of army's service against, c. acc. + ?X (^>y) Ez 2 9 18 ; cause to labour, weary , c. 3 of means Is 4 ^ aM (perh. play on mean- ings 2, 3). 2. make to serve as subjects, c. 2 acc. Jei7 4 , + Jei5 H (rd.T I ?'pyn'l,v.-i3y Hiph. ad fin.). 3. cause to serve God 2 Ch 34 s3 . Hoph. Impf 2 ms. sf. Dpyn Ex 20 s = Dt 5 9 , Ex 23 s4 ; 1 pi. sf. emyj Dt 13 3 (Kb 1 - 259 Sta» M9 « Thes ; <Nes M "« 12 '- Qal anom. pointed (cf 'W AQ - 8d - 2 ' 1 - 62n - J 1 ] Kl. SchP. 1. 98 . Q eg 560,B.l J)j. Qal falsely pointed as Hoph.) ; — be led or enticed to serve other gods Ex 20 5 = Dt 5' Ex 23 24 Dti 3 8 . < . . T2V n.m. slave, servant (on format. Lag 3 " 77 );— 'y Gn 9 23 4-,^y 44'° + ; sf. "13? 2 6»+; T=j3y i 9 19 -i-; ^3y*i8 3 +; pi. nnrig 9 25 + , "13J? 2i"- 5 + ; sf. H?S Lv25 4a + , ED^S? Jos 9 u + ,etc; — 1. slave, servant of household Gn39 1719 4i 12 5o 2 Ex 2i 2 + ; man-servant, || HOX Ex2O 10 Lv25 6 Dt5 l4 Jb3i 13 + ; || nriQB>Gni2 16 32 s Je 34 11 Is i 4 2 + ; +ma Dt 23 16 Is 2 4 2 Mai I* + ; f)D| napp Ex 1 2** or rvs i7j j e 2 14 ; *ny E , "!?V. servant of servants, humblest servant, Gn9 2i ; tQ , "! 3 y IT'S /towse of slaves, esp. Israel in Egypt Ex I3 314 (D?) Dt 5 s 6 12 7 8 8" 13' " Jos 24 17 Ju 6 8 Je 34 13 Mi 6 1 ; trrn 12]) '3 man D'ISD () r ".X)3 and thou shalt remember that thou wast a slave in (the land of) .Egypt Dt 5 15 15'° 16' 2 24 1822 ; king of Babylon is slave to Je 25 s 27 s 43 10 ; the borrower to the lender Pr 22 7 ; fig. of beast Jb 40 28 ; of things Gn 47' 9 . . Subjects, of chief Gn 26 ,!

7 
2"-' + ; of king2i 25 Ex7 28M iK9 27 Dt2 9 ' + ; 

vassal kings 2S10"; tributary nations 8 2614 = 1 Ch i8 2613 ; specif, officers of king 1 S 19 1 21 8 2Sn 13 Pri4 35 + ; "JHS n3y Gn 4 o 20 4i 10 ; hx^ 'y 1 S 16 17 18 s2 28 7 ; ^fn 'V 1 K i 47 Est -ny

on« "as

2 2 "- 5 (allD), iK8 53 - 56 2K18 12 

9 14 io 30 ^i°5 a

Ch i 3 24° Ne i 1 

nil,

' +; i]Wi 13J? 2 K22 12 =2Ch 34 s0 (a court 

official); 'opp.-fe' Pr 19 10 Ec io 7 ; ifo Pr 30 s5 ; ambassadors Nu 22 18 2 S io 2 ; soldiers of army 1 S 17 8 25 10 2 S 2 I2 ,+ officers of army 1 S 29 s

K 11* 2 K 35* Is 36*. 

. Servants, worshippers, of God: tron' '"Dy

K 9 7 io 23 Is 54". cf. Gn 50" Is 56 6 ; Ving Dt 

3 2 36 =^i35 u , Is 65 15 66 14 * 34 23 69* Ne2 M ; || toy f I05 25 cf. Dt 32"; "1^ Is 65 8 - 913 - 131514 ; 1H3J| 1 K 8 s Is 63" (|| ybm *D30), V 89 51 90 ,3li 102 1 " 9 119 91 , 79 210 (HT'TPD); delivered from Egypt Lv 25 42S " 5 26 13 (P); l^ ^ 1 1 9 ,M I 43 3 > II 'Ip.'?^"' 3 - 86 ' 6 n6 1616 ; specif, angels Jb4 18 ; and ancient worthies, patriarchs Ex 32 13 (J) Dt 9 W ; Abraham Gn 26 24 (J) f 105 642 ; Isaac Gn 2 4 14 (J) ; Jacob, Israel Ez 2 8 25 37 25 1 Ch 1 6"; Moses tEx 14 31 Jos 18 7 (J) Nu I2 78 (E) Dt 34 6 (n Jos I 1271315 8 3133 9 24 n 12is 12 66 13 8 14 7 " 2 1 8 iCh6 34 Mai f Dn , Joshua t Jos 24 s9 (E) Ju 2 8 ; Caleb t Nu 14 24 (J); Job t Jb i 8 2 3 4 2 7 - 8 - 8 - 8 ; David 2 S 3 18 7 s.8.26 +27t . Hezekiaht2Ch32 16 ; Zerubbabel tHag2 23 ; Eliakim tls 22 20 .— The nox Zc 3 8 cf. 6 12 is also servant of '*■ as Messianic builder of temple (see Br MP442ff ). t4. Servant of f i, in a special sense : of Levitical singers using benedictions in temple ^Ii3 , i34 1 i35 1 ; usu. of prophets, DT?? 1 ? TJ? my servants the prophets 2K9' 17 13 Je 7 s6 26 s 29™ 35 13 44 4 Ez 3 8 17 Zc i 6 ; DWasn 1H3J) 2 K 1 7 23 2i I0 24 2 Je 25 4 Am 3 7 Dn 9 10 ; D"N"33n T^Jj Ezr 9" Dn 9"; specif. Ahia 1 K 14 18 15 29 ; Elijah 2 K 9 M io 10 ; Jonah 2K14 25 ; Isaiah Is 2 o 3 ; 'nay, || yseho 44 M ; as one calling to fear '» 50 10 . t5. Israel as a people is servant of '♦: Sn^ Is 4 1 8 - 9 44 2121 49 3 * 1 3 6M ; 3py Is 44 12 45*

20 Je 3 o 10 4 6 27 - 28 ; »08=nW nay, Ipax^P, as 

having a mission to the nations Is 42 1919 ; and chosen as witness of '» 43 10 . But there is also an ideal servant chosen and endowed with the divine Spirit to be a covenant of Israel and a light of the nations Is 42 1 (cf. v 2-6 ) ; formed to bring back Jacob, raise up the tribes, and become salvation to the end of the earth 49 s ' 6 - 7 ; bearing the sins of all as a lamb and a trespass- offering, and yet prospering and justifying many as interposing martyr 52 13 53 11 : many understand of ideal Israel, contr. with the actual ; al. of personif. || with Zion the wife and mother, disting. from unworthy Israel as Zion from her apostate children ; al. of ideal prophetic writer ; al. of ideal prophetic person; al. (esp. in Is 53) of an actual proph. known to writer and his readers ; [in any case it is Messianic, v. Mt8 1617 12 16 " 21 Lk 4 1M2 Phil 2 6 - 1 ]; see De 1 *" 174 Da B,,,M - 1884 ' 368<r Di Du Che al. on Is 42, 53, Dr 1 ' 188 * Br"™ 5 "-, also Gie "•",.".«. Berthol 1 * 53 . . In polite address of equals or superiors the Hebrews used ^Jl^y thy servant = 1 pers. sing., /, Gn 18 3 1 S 20 788 2 K 8 13 + ; T^y thy servants = we Gn42 u Is 36 11 ; also V^y his servant = I, 1 S 26 1819 2 S 14 22 24" + ; also in f 19 1214 27 s 3 1 17 b addressing God, esp. in prayer EX4 10 Nu ii" JU15 18 iS 3 910 25 39 2S24 10 ' 3 5 27 6 9 J8 i09 28 i43 2 + . . Phrases are: fSP ( n,n ), c. ? pers., become servant to Gn 9 26 - 27 44 »-"-»» 4 7 19 - 25 (J) Dt 6 21 15 17 2 S 8 14 2 K 17 3 24 1 1 Ch i8 2 - 613 2 Ch io 7 Prn M i2 9 22 7 ; i~t2yb n'H, c. ? pers., Gn 44 9 (J) 5o I8 (E) 1 S8 17 17 99 27 12 2 S 8 2 - 6 Je 34 16 ; + DH2j£ E03 2 Ch 28 10 Ne 5 s Je 34"; '& n^> Gn 43 18 (J) 2 K 4 1 Jb 40* ■(•ii.1^j)n.pr.m. (servant of God=' — 1. father of Gaal Ju j 2 *- 28 - 39 - 3 ^ (GFM, after Hollenb™* 1891 ' 371 [cf. Bu 1 "- 1892 ' 63 ] *#, as ®L; v. ako Gray Fr0I,N184 ' 272 ) ; ® U&jK, A®L A/3«8. . a companion of Ezra Ezr8 6 ; ® Q/M, ®L hfuvahafi. — For list of Ar. names beginning with x* v .No ZMOll " 1887U24ft , cf.alsoId"'-' ,1,(1888) - 48,i ^y e Hold. 2,2 B. t ["D3?] n.m. work (late ; Aram, form) ; pi. sf. 09*1$ Ec 9 1 (cf. Syr. f->±.). TTlriy, ~nJ7 n.pr.m. (worshipper; cf. Sab. lay Os^and DHM ZMa """ a88S) - 14 ; — 1. son of Boaz and Ruth Ru 4 17 , v 21 =i Ch 2", Ru 4 s (only here "!?*>)= 1 Ch 2 12 , © 0^8. 2. names in Judah, ® Q/3,8 : a. 1 Ch 2 s738 . b. 2 Ch 2 3 1 . . a mighty man of David 1 Ch 1 1 47 , ® la^rjd, A lo>^i)8. 4. a doorkeeper 1 Ch 26 7 , ® 03178. tD-rW-rnir,and(2Ch25 24 )Di-I«Vn.pr.m. (servant of (god) Edom, cf. B*Wt lay CIS 110 - 295 ; Dr Sm206,293 and reff ; Eg8.mi.fi, 2nd«d.42 and reS> jjpg!S6,io ; but Bae^ 110 servant of man, 0™= D"JK, which is thought possible by No ZMGlM OSS), 470 j^yEdomiter^. — 1 t jj e (jittite who har- boured the ark 2 S 6 10 "" 1212 = 1 Ch 13 1314 ", I Ch 15 25 ; ® MifUapa, ®L AfrSSato. 2. ( = 1 ?) one of the chief Levitical singers and doorkeepers i Ch i5 18 - 2124 i6 6 - 3838 26 4 - 881B ; ® AffcuSan, A)38f8a)/i, etc., ®L Aj3f88 OA i. 3. the family of the same 2 Ch 2 5 24 (not in || 2 K 14").

  • T^ "^V n -P r - m - (= servant of the king,

or < "f (god) Melek, cf. Gray Pr0I>N1I7 -" 7,r V lrmny Eth. official of Zedekiah Je 38 78 10111J 39 16 ', . '^3 "OS? n.pr.m. (servant of (God) Nebo, to being corrupt (intent, or unintent.) for taj (q.v.), COT 1 ""'. 7 Bev""'- 7 );— Babylonian name of Azariah, one of the three companions of Daniel Dn i 7 (v. also BAram); ® Theod A/38*i/ay<». • M^ny n.pr.m. (servant of (=rnap 1 Ch 9 16 =Ne n 17 ), but form dub., v. ©);— 1. father of Adoniram 1 K 4°; ® Efoa, A A/3aa>, ®L ESpa/i. 2. a Levite Ne xi 17 ; ® Q^/3, A lafyp, ®L A£S<ar. T7N'73y n.pr.m. (servant of El, cf.i'N'Hap) name in Judah Je 36"; ® Eo-(8)pnjX. tmiP, and (Chr) TTfO-V n.f. labour, service (on format, v. Lag BN179 Ba 1 ™ 61 ); 'p Ex i 14 + 41 t.; cstr. rVUJJ 3 o 16 + 43 t,; sf. Vfp% Gn 3° M + 33 1. sfs.; in Chr rntap 1 Ch 2 8"+7 T t.; cstr. rrfag 6 s3 +13 t.; sf. Wtap 2 CI112 8 ; ernia^ i Ch6 17 2 Ch 31 16 ;— 1. tfaW, ««»*, f 104 23 ; in the field Ex i" iCh27 26 , prob. Neio 38 ('y njf), V, 1 04" (T& 3'p$?); in fine linen 1 Ch 4 2 ' ; in erection of tabernacle Ex 35 24 36 1 - 3 - 5 39 42 (P); in repairing temple 2 Ch 34" 13 ; $>a ttryn ab may ronta ye s^aZZ do no laborious work Lv23 7 - 8 - 21 - 25 - 36 - 36 Nu28 18 - 2s - 26 29 1I2 - 35 (P); fig. of man, np/isn 'y Is 32 17 (|| '*n nbyn) ; of God's work of judgment Is 28 2121 . +2. labour of servant or slave: of Jacob for Laban Gn 29 s7 30 M (JE); 13y 'P of bondservant Lv 25™ (P); of the Nethinim Ezr 8 20 ; service of things, vessels of tabernacle and temple Nu 4 26 - 32 (P)

Ch 9 28 28 141415 . t3. labour, service of 

captives or subjects : of Israel in Egypt Ex 1 14 2 2 « 3 (P), 5 » (E), 6«(P); 'yn (n)naa 5' (E) Ne 5 18 ; nv? 'p Ex i 14 6 9 (P) Dt 26* 1 K i 2 4 =

Ch 10 4 , Isi 4 3 ; 'V 3i» Lai 3 ; niai>»0 'y 2 Ch 

12 8 ; ihSfl 'y iCh 2 6 30 ; DfWN 'p Ne 3 6 ; military, service Ez 29 1818 . 4. service of God, in P Chr Ez : by people Jos 22 s7 (P) 2 Ch 12 9 , feast of passover Ex 12 25 ' 26 2 Ch 35 1016 , unleavened bread Ex 13 5 ; Levites and priests Nu 4 19 - 49 8" iCh2 4 319 2Ch8 14 31"; mm 'p Nu 18 7 ; Levites Ex 38 21 Nu 42427.27.2s.33.47.47 ^7.8 8 26 18 21 1 Ch6 17 2 Ch 31 2 ; c. nyio !>riN3 v 4 - 23 - 31 - .3o.39.43 §,9.22 jgjl. ^fc ^ ^ ^ j^ ^„ ^ 8 24 l8 4.6.21.2 3j cf Ex35 2, Nu7 5. f3K*0(n) Ex 39 3210 Nu 3 7 - 8 16 9 1 Ch 6 M , cf. Ex z? 19 NU3 38 1 Ch2 3 M ;

  1. pQl> Nu 7 9 ,cf. 3 31 ; of its courtv 26 ; more specif!

M» 'p 4 47 ; 'yn xax 8 25 ; D»ny n) 'i rra 'y i Ch

24.28.32 2gi 281 3..3.2,.2, ^7 , Ch ^35 3l21 3gJ ^ 

io 33 ; D'rtan rw 'y nat6» i Ch 9 13 28 20 2 Ch 24 12 ; 'y r**B 1CI123 28 ; its service EZ44 14 r Ch 9 19 ; specif, service of Levit. singers 25 11 , and doorkeepers 26 s 2 Ch 35 16 . ' *TJ^ n -£ service (on format, v. Lag . N151 ); — of household servants as a body, || cattle, etc., Gn 2 6 14 (J) Jbi 3 . tpiajT n.pr. I. n.pr.m. 1. a judge Ju I2 1316 , © a/38<oi/, A ®L A a /38o>( M ) • (Ew cp. fl? 1 S 12 11 , but read p"ja, v . fl3 supr.). 2.a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 23 , ® AfaLv, A ©L A&&<ov. . son of Jehiel a Gibeonite 1 Ch 8 30 g x ; ® A&aav, 2a/9a8ui;, A A/38<w, 2aj9S<o>/, ®L Aj38uv. . son of Micah 2 Ch 34 20 , ® a/38o8o M , A ©L A/38™ (=ii33y 2 R 22 12 ). II. n.pr.loc. Levi- tical city in Asher Jos 21 30 1 Ch 6 59 , ® Aa^ av , Afrapav, A ®L A/38<ok (20 Codd. rd. pny Jos 1 o™ for pay), '^J^ Guerin * 12 ' 37 cf. Buhl 8 ' 08 '- 230 . t [rflnay] n.f. servitude, bondage ;— sf. tirJT38 Ez 9 89 ; Dnnay Ne 9 17 (cf. Syr. )L'o^). t^iny n.pr.m. (=HH3y servant of Yah; v. however, Gray Pro ' >N149 «- and cf. OAram. nay, Nab.Palm.H3y Lzb 333 ' 334 Cook 81 ) ;— 1. a Levite 1 Ch 6 29 2 Ch 2 9 12 ; ® A/3 S(<)i, ®L i Ch A^8<a. 2. one with a foreign wife Ezrio 26 ; ® A^8 f («)a. ^^^' , ' T ? : ?^ n.pr.m. (servant of El; on this and foil. cf. Ph. D^tnap, Nab. xn^Xiap, Sin. flbNnap, etc., Lzb 332 Cook 87 ; Sab. nhap = [n?Niap] Hal 168 DHM 2Maix ""< 188 » 1 16 ; v also Grav Pro P . N .309.Ko. S 3) ; _ a Q^J^ lC h 5 U. @ A/38^X, A ©L Aj38.i;X. t^in^ny, n^OjV n.pr.m. (sen>a«< 0/ TaA, cf. Gray'-J-"-*^"; also Ph. !>pai3P, Palm, biap, OAram. inmap Lzb 333 , OHeb. innap Id. 334 );-!. vfup : I. ch i e f of Ahab's household 1 K 1 8 3 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 716 , © A/38(c), «. 2. father of one of the chiefs of Zebulun 1 Ch 27 19 , © A,38( f ),ou (genit.). 3. a Levite overseer in time of Josiah 2 Ch 34 12 , © A/38(f)«i, A ©L A08«i r . II. nnap; I. the prophet Ob 1 , © 0P8( ( ) t0V (genit.), A/38( f )«,u. 2. a descendant of David 1 Ch 3 21 , © A08«o, ®L 0/38iar. 3. chief of tribe of Issachar 1 Ch 7 3 , © M«/38€<u, A 0381a, @L A08ia. 4. a Benjamite 1 Ch -nyn

"OJ>

M 9", ® A/38(«)ia. 5. a Levite I Ch 9 16 

(II «^?? Ne II 17 ), ® A06>.a, A 0/38m, ®L A|3ca. 6. aGadite chief 1 Ch 12 9 , ® A£8(€)«a. 7. a prince in time of Jehoshaphat 2 Ch 1 7 7 , ® Afi(8)uiv. 8. priestly companion of Ezra Ezr 8 9 Ne IO«, ® ASita, AP(a)8(e)ta, @L Ap&tov, AjSuw. 9. a doorkeeper Ne 1 2 25 , N 0/38iat, ®L A/SSias. t ["Dy?p] n.[m.] work (late form ; BAram. layi?) ; — p i. g f. Dnnsyo Jh 34 2S . t 7"0^/ vb. be thiok, fat, gross (NH Pi. H3y maA« thick, and deriv. ; Syr. |aA swell up, pt. pass, sivollen, thick, dense, stupid, and many deriv.; Ar. ^i 6e dense, stupid, { jM dense foliage; Eth. 6-fl?: 6« ^reo< Di 985 );— Qal Pf. 3 ms. '3X "pnep 'V *|Dg 1 K 12 10 my little finger is thicker (stouter) than, etc., = 2 Ch io 10 ; be thick, gross, of rebell. Isr. under fig. of highly fed beast, 2 ms. ^V? n<ay n?DB> Dt 32 15 . t^ny n.[m.] thickness;— cstr. V33D '3J 'V Jb 15 26 the thickness (stoutness) of the bosses of his shields (in fig.) ; sf. r2$ its thickness, of the molten sea 1 K 7 26 =2 Ch 4 s ; of pillar Je 5 2". — 2 Ch 4 17 v. foil. — Under fOJJ belongs perh. also IJJfn 3J?3 Ex 19 9 (rd. "3J!? 1) in the thickness of the clouds, cf. Bu ThU ^ ;3) - IB Ko" 1 ' 86 . TrQJWp n. [m.] si vera 1., thickness, com- pactness; — n 91^ n3 $£> 3 iKf in the compactness of the soil, i.e. clayey ground or clay mould = 2 Ch 4 17 (where 1IT 'n '3y3); but read doubtless in both np'IK rnfypa at the ford ofAdamah, v. GFM Ju7 ' 22 Benz< TTO.V v. nay. LD 2,^ (perh. -/ of foil.; cf. As. ubbutu (n.of B3K [ = B3y?]) be pledged Dl 1 "™ 6 ; Aram. (Talm.) nB»3J) pledge, C3JJ Ithpe. 6e <o£m M»

/e%e; but We Jo2 - 7 thinks Stag Aram, loan-

word, and cp. Ar. WL* hold, keep, guard). TWOS* n.[m.] pledge, article pledged as security for debt;— abs. 'y Dt24 llis ; sf. itshj? v 10 (as ace. cogn.), v 12 . t WtSIV n.[m.] intens. weight of pledges, heavy debts;— abs. "S vbv T3ao Hb 2 6 . ' [l3?3?] vt - denom. take or give a pledge ;— Qal Inf. cstr. Ba$£ Dt 24 10 to take possession of a thing pledged (c. ace. cogn.) ; Imp/. 2 ms. give a pledge Bayn Dt 15* (i.e. borrow). Hiph. Pf. 2 ms. D<31 B*l nB?p v 6 and thou shalt cause many nations to give pledges (i.e. lend to them); Impf. 3 ms. sf. + Inf. abs. ttD'ajNFI Bajjn v 8 thou shalt surely lend to him (lit. as above). Pi. Impf i'B35P J02 7 hardly makes sense (lend on pledge ss inter- change?); most rd. pnajT; fVfiJP We, cf. Now DrGASm; Gr. |«E. Zy ( /of foil. ; cf. poss. Ar. jic 6e bulky, stout; Pun. n. pr. bay Lzb 335 ). "7Hiy, 1. hyy n. pr. gent. Arabian people, descended from Joktan ace. to Gn io 28 (®L ra./3aX); = ^y. 1 Ch i 22 (®L H/9r,A). On loc. cf. Glaser 8 " 1 ™"- 426 . . bTV v. biy supr. •f-n. 7l' , y n.pr.m.vel gent, name in Edom, Gn 36™ (® r<«^X),= 1 Ch i 40 (® rai/3,X, A rao^X, ®L O^aX); ace. to Glaser 8kto,H - 426 poss. = foregoing (cp. with name of (god) Bel, Wj,] Gesch. Iir. 120; Alttest. Cuters. 117 f. fm. hy*}} n.pr.xnont. Ebal, the mt. of cursing, N. of Shechem (Nabulus), and opp. Mt. Gerizim (mt. of blessing, S. of Shechem), Dt 11 29 , also JOS8 30 - 33 (D); @ rai/3aX (connex. with above -/dub.; on » = Bel, cf. Gray Pro,,N - mn„. n dreir.J._ on Ebftl y _ Rob BB 11. 275 «T. GA g m Qeogr.Ch.Tl. J)jDtll,29 J^j.^- J$ ( JI , »1.(1898).2OT V*JjJ/ f*/of foil.; meaning unknown). TV392 n -P r - 1- m - Jabez, a man of the Calebites, i Ch 4 9 ■ 9,1 ° (where interpr. as akin to 3Xy J on position of this family cf. Mey ]M ° n(hum " 8 ) ; ® Iyafii)s, A layPr) S , Tafjrjs, GL Ia£iris, Ia|3r;X, la/9«r. 2. loc. in Judah,appar. near Bethlehem

Ch 2 a (cf. V M ); ® Taper, A ra/Sijt, ®L Ia/3u. 

"I^y vb. pass over, through, by, pass on (NH = BH ; Zinj. -Qy Haph. Lzb 336 Cook 88 , perh. also Nab. lay Id'"-; X lay, Syr. iii. id.; As. eberu, id. D1 HWB1 °, and deriv.; Ar. ^It id., and de"riv.; Sab. n3y = Heb. "O? 1. Mordt s»bDenkm49. ^^y passage, march through DHM zmq nix (1875). 6» a | 30 lank or neighbourhood of a stream SabDenkm' 19 ); — Qal 165 Pf. 3 ms. 'y Gn 1 5 17 + , sf. iiajj Je 23"; 1 s. W)3J 1 S 1 5* + ;

mpl. Drnaj? Gn i8 6 + ; 1 pi. «1?V Jos 2 4 ,7 + • 

etc.; Impf. 3ms. lay; Am8 5 + ,"9y;Gn33 14 + , sf. 3 ms. unay: is 33 s1 35 s , in;nay: j e f, tfjp Gn I2 6 +; is. 13JIS Am 5 17 + , cohort, rnajj^ -oy

-oy Nu2i 22 +, !T|by« Nu2o" Jui2 6 , etc.; Imv. ms. "tajf Ex i7 5 + ; fs. T^ Mii"+2 t.; ,- )'3J! Is23 ,s ;"mpl. ! n3y Am6 2 + Infabs.^ 2 S17 16 ; c«<r. -frjj Am f + , "OI& 1 K i8 8 + Na 2 1 Qr (Kt T03&); sf. n^V Ex 33 s2 Dt 4 21 , etc.; Pt. "Gy Ju8 4 + , etc.; — 1. pass over: a. = cross (stream, wady, sea, etc.), (1) c. ace. Gn 31" (E), 32 n (J), Jos 3 1417 4 1 (all JE), Dt2 14 (D), Nu 32 s9 (P), 2 S I7 20 - 22 " Is 16 8 , + 37 t., + Gn 32 21 (E ; ace. "uyio), T*?$ rmyn rnajfj 2 S 19 19 (rd. ,_l ?y!l We Dr Kit Lbhr, ond <A«y crossed the ford, or TO};! frequent., HPS; >© Klo Bu '"'"py? ^13?!! and they performed the service) ; also c. ace. + ace. loc. 1 S 1 3 7 , + fl loc. Dt 4 26 3i I3 32 47 . (2) ace. om. Ju3 28 2Si7 1616 +32 t., + -05J Ju8 4 (rd. -iaj?. s l Vrss, or del. as gloss GFM Bu), 2Si5 23l '(where rd. *U?y for MT 1$ We Dr Bu Kit Lbhr HPS, but del. tFt$t, plausibly, Klo HPS); c. ~b» tNu 3 2 7 (JE), Dt27 2 (D), J0S4 13 22" (both P), c. l?r^ Dt30 13 , c. "oyn 1 S 26 13 ; c. n loc. tDt3 21 4" 6 1 ii 8U 34 4 IS23 6 ; c. ace. loc. tls 23 12 Je 2 10 Nu 32 s2 (P). tb. cross border, boundary, c. ace. Nu20 17b 2I 22 " (both JE), + "^J iS 27 s ; of invasion, ace. om., c. "vR Ju n 32 12= 1 S i4'- M , c. n loc. 2K8 21 , abs. 2 Ch 2 1 9 . c. cross over (sc. intervening space) against ("i>5?) 1 S 14 4 , unto 2 S 24 20 (rd. m b* for -$y Bu HPS, cf. ®L), so perh. also Is 45 14 ty ; rd. b& 1) ; c. ace. of goal Am 5 s 6 2 . t d. pass, march over (sc. bodies of captives), Is 5 1 23 - 23 . t e. = overflow, fig., IS23 10 , abs. of invasion (like a flood) Is 8 8 , hence Dn ii 10 - 40 , Na i 8 (cf. 4 c); of evil thoughts ^ 73 7 ; cf. J"" , '?31 113JJ J e s 28 they overflow with evil matters. tf. pass, go, over, of waves, over one's head, usu. c. "?5? Is 54 s Vm 2 ' 88 17 124 46 (all fig.), Jon 2 4 ; c. ace. ^ 38 s , cf. Je 23 s over whom wine hath gone (= overcome with wine). tgf. of razor passing over head, c. ?5? Nu 6 s0 ; fig. of time passing over one, c. "?J? 1 Ch 29 30 (cf. BAram. bv ^n Dn 4" + ). th. 2>ass over upon ("'J?), in weakened sense, nearly = come or light upon; of spirit Nu 5 1414 - 80 ; abs. + nSO 1 K 22 s4 = 2 Ch 18 23 ; c. "% also light upon in chastisement or judgment, Ho io" Jb 13 13 , cf. Na 3"; Dt 24 s no affair shall pass over upon (~?5!) him, i.e. no duty be laid upon him. + i. overstep, transgress, c. ace. of covenant, command, etc. (usu. divine); Nu 14 41 Jos 7 11 li (all JE), Dt 17 2 26 13 Jos 23 16 (all D), Ju 2 20 1 S 15 24 Ho 6 7 8 1 2 K 18 12 Je 34 18 Is 24 s ^•i48 6 2Ch24 20 Dn 9"; commandof earthly king Est 3 s ; abs. V' I 7 3 - i 3. pass over = overlook, forgive VpS'b^ Mi 7 18 (+ b pers.), Prig"; c. b pers. only, Am 7" 8 2 . + 2. Pass beyond, c. ace. 1 S 1 4 s3 (of battle), Jes 2222 (of sea); + b« G1131 6 " 2 (E); pass a little beyond Vthno' DyD 'V 2 S 16 1 , t3J?03 DI1D 'R'uyB' Ct 3 4 ; c. ace. of God's command (HS), Pr 8 Tj » (of sea), Nu 22 18 = 24 13 (JE); ace. om. Jb 14 5 ifr 104 9 . . Pass through, traverse, usu. a. c. 3 of land, city, etc.: Nu 22 21 (E), 20 21 Jos 18 9 (JE), Ex 1 2 2 (P), 1 S 9 4 - 4 - 44 2 S 20" ( + M loc), + 31 1.; c. ^ri3 tEzg 4 Jb 15 19 ; c. 3JXJ of camp, nation(s) tJos i u 3 2 (D), 24 17 (E), Am 5 17 Dt 29 15 ; c. ace. -tDt 2 18 29 15 Ju 1 1 29 - 29 Is io 28 Jb 14 6 ; abs. Ex I2 23 (J), Nu 20 ,9I ° (JE), Dt2 28 Mis 7 La3 44 Ez 14 15 33 s8 ; topp. a*>, pass through and return, go to and fro, Ex 32 s7 (E ; '3 THf^ nytfD), pt. abs. those going to and fro Ez 3s 7 Zc 7 14 9". + b. c. 3 of river 2 S i9 19 + 15 53 (but rd. n?» We Dr Bu al.), of sea Zc io 11 , cf. Is 43 s ^66 6 , c. ^3 Nu 33 s (P), Ne 9 11 ; c. 3 of gates Is 62 1010 '; cf. *$$) PDJJ3 ^8 4 7 (Ges» 130 *). c. pt. abs. CTfpn the passers-through Ez 39 11 *, rd. prob. D , ")3$fI (JDMich Hi Co Berthol), v llb (Co rds. N;3rrnK; Toy del. as gloss), v 14 (del. ©<5 Co Toy Berthol). td. pass through between (P?) parts of victim, in covenant Gn 15 7 (J), Je 34 18 ' 9 . e. traverse c. ace. of expanse of water Is 33 21 (of ship). . a. pass along by ("?$?), Gn 18 5 (J; not

    • HJ DR-ID Ball after ®), 1 K 9 8 Je 18"+ 14 1.;

c. tyfii tEx 34 6 (J); c. ace. +Gn 32 s2 Ju 3* (on other possibilities v. GFM), 2 K 6 9 ; abs. pass by Ex 33 s2 - 22 (J), 2 K 4" + 1 5 1., + (of wind) Jb 37 21 Pr io 25 and (of waters, =flow past) Hb 3 10 (cf. Jb6 15 ), Jb ii 16 , hence i?V lie Ct5 513 flowing myrrh (liquid, opp. hard = 'VCR 'D Ex 30 23 ); pt.=2>as*er-6y Mi2 8 Ez5 14 36 34 39 15 + 6 t. (Pr26 ,0 v.Toy),+n-lN"yis 3 3 8 ,t]-5Tn3»tLai 12 2" Jb 2 1 s9 Pr 9 1S + 80 13 89 42 ; pass by=overtake and 2>ass c. ace. 1 2 S 18 23 . b. /»as« by, 3 rei, ifr 103 16 (of wind). c. sweep by, of scourge (fig.) Is 28 161819 (cf. "Uyp 3). d. be past, over, of time, etc., Am 8 6 1 K 18 29 Gn 50 4 Ct 2 11 + 7 t. e. pass along (from hand to hand), only pt. inh& "U'y t|M big Gn 23 16 i.e. current money of the merchant (or, money passing over to merchant? Bu™ 1 * 1892 ' 3 63 ); "Oy «]D3 2 K 12 5 .

  • uy

. Pass on, go on : a. abs. Gn 1 8 5 (J), Nu

M (E), Jul2 1 +20t., + JulI S9 l8 13 JoSIO 29 

(D ; all c. ace. of goal+ JO), Gn 18 3 (J ; c. S>ye pers.); also c. ~?& pers. vel rei, jrroceed unto i K 19" 2 K 4 8 Ne 2", c. "^S pers. (rd. "^ ?) La 4 s1 ; c. fO Eu2 8 , out of the city 2 S 15 24 ; c. n loc. Ju 12 1 2 S 19 41 , c. n loc. + IO Jos io 3 ' 34 (D); pK3 T$ Tye 'y 2 Ch 30 10 ; abs. 2 S 19 41 all the people ofJudah proceeding with the king (rd. Dnay for nan, v . Hiph. ad fin.). tb. specif, of boundary-line, /;ass <m, c. n loc. Nu 34" Josis 3 - 4 16 6 (om. iniN ©93 c f. Benn Hpt Steuern); + ftDi 9 ' s +?t?-|-"bN 18"; c . /» 4- b 1 5 s ; c. "$>« 15 710 16 s 18 1819 ; c. ace. loc. 15 3101 ' 1 (all P, exc. Jos 16 2 JE). c. c. 'JB? 2>ass on before, go in advance of Ga^2 17 Ex 17 5 (both E), Gn 32" 33 314 (all J), Dt 9 3 +7 t., + Dt 3 19!8 31 33 Jos 1 M (all D) where ref. may be to crossing in advance of; c. MS-py. 2 S 15 18 so v 23b (reading VJB"i>y ©L We Dr Klo Bu Kit HPS). + d. pass on as far as py), Ju 19 12 , + ft? v 18 ; c. IDX a/i!er 2 S 20"; ^y Di3~ I3J?PI L a 4 21 ^asa era unto (cf. 3ton Hb 2 16 ). t e. pass on into (3), Jos 3 11 ( + ^), 4 7 (both JE), cf. Ju 9 26 Jb 33", so also '* n**)35 'y Dt 29" enter into a covenant with '<; (Klo rds. '33 -oy : ?1 also 2 K 23 s for MT nojn). tf. £>ass on away from (l"INO) Dt 2 8 (+n loc). tg. £>«** on in order, for counting 2 S 2 15 , ruto n^y j e 33 13 , DHPBrr^y -uy Ex 30 1314 38 s6 , also pass on under (J"irw) rod Lv 2 7 32 (for counting ; all P ; cf. Hiph . 3 d). f h. jmss along, travel c. ace. of way Is 35 s cf. 51 10 ; "Dy Q'tp: niniN yj, 8 9 ; c. 3 of way Jos 3 4 Pr 4 16 7 s . i. pass on, advance, abs., ^ 48 s (01 We ^ass away, 2>erish), Mi 2 13 * (ace. loc). +6. Pass away: a. emigrate, leave one's territory or city Mi 1 ". b. vanish, of chaff, Is 29 s cf. Je 13 24 , shadow ^ 144 4 , brooks Jb 6" (all in sim.), Ct 5". c. = cease to exist, perish Na i" Jb 30 1 ' 33 18 (3 instr.), 36 12 (id.), 34 s " f 37 M (but rd. nijKO awe? I passed by, cf. 4 a), cf. Is 3 1» (iyi>D subj.), 1i3y; 'BBB>D v6.KD 40 27 ^>a«* away from. d. = become invalid, obso- lete, of law, decree, Est i 19 9 27 , also v 28 (4-^inp B'TVPn). «. c . JO of hands i/,8i 7 (i.e. they were freed from), f. = be alienated, pass into other hands Ez 48" (rdg. Kt ; > Qr Hiph.). — Je 2 20 rd. itayK Kt (not li3y« Qr) ; DrtS ]m Coy: 8 1S and I gave to them that which tlvey transgress <5%%. Aq Symm Ew, those that shall pass over them Hi Gf Ke RVm, those that sltall consume, devour tJiem Rothst**" (rdg. WW) but all very dub.; @ Co del.; 11" id. Hiph. q.v.; V-oy V3y Sift PlJip ,/, 18 13 is difficult; perhaps best, as Che Kit K * u Lohr, out of the brightness before him issued forth hailstones, etc. (del. V3y) ; > || 2 S 22 13 liva and so here BuHPS cf-Woods^ 1887 - 262 , hisdouds burned with hailstones, etc.; rd. rather n3y in 2 S. tHiph. Impf. 3 ms. 1Q£ i& IB'N bm Ez 47 6 a stream which cannot be forded. Pi. 1. Pf 3 ms. I3y hit? Jb 2 1 10 Aw bull impregnated (cf. NH) abs. (prop, causeth to pass over, sc semen). 2. Impf. 3 ms. '3 "Dy^l 1 K 6 21 lie made to pass across with chains of gold.— Hithp. v. [13y] i n f r . tHiph. Pf. 3 ms. "irayn 2 g r2 « +; 2 mg . «T^Q J0S7 7 (Ges S63p ), n-iajjni Ezs"+; 1 s. ^1% Zc 3 4 , sfr^rj] Ez 20 37 '+' Je 15 14 (but rd. Vinaym ® @ S Codd E w Hi Gf Gie), etc. ; /wp/. 3 ms. T3*gl Gn 8 1 + , "T^J 2 Ch 36 s2 = Ezr i 1 , sf. 73S|S Ez 4 6 21 + , etc. ; Imv. ms. 13yn f 1 1 9 37 + 2 t., ' -I3j)ri 2 S 24 10 = i Ch 2 1 8 ; 'mpl. sf. '3iT3yn 2 ch 35 s3 ; / M / a 6*. i^yn j 08 7 7 (rd. prob.^nyn); cstr.^vn 2 S3 ,0 + ,"i' , 3y : b 2 S19 19 (Ges* 63 ")', etc.; P<. I^yn Dt 18 10 Dn n 20 , pi. D*1?JJP 1 S 2 24 (v. infr.');— 1. cause to pou over, bring over : a. cause one to cross river, c. 2 ace, Gn 32 s4 (J), Nu 32 s Jos 7 7 (both JE), 2 S 19 1642 ; ace. of river om. Gn 32 24 (J), Jos 4 s 7 7 ( + Inf.abs.; both JE), 4 8 (JE; + - ^), 2 S 2 8 ( + ace. loc). b. cause something to pass over P?) : razor (ace.) Nu 8 7 (P), cf. Ez 5 1 (where Co rds. sf. of razor), wind Gn 8 1 (P). c. make over to (b), ace. of inheritance Nu 27 7 - 8 (P); of making over, dedicating, something to (?) deity Ex 1 3 12 (JE ; = BHj?). Esp. d. devote children to (|>) heathen god Je 32 s5 Ez 23 37 (+ n^6), Lv 1 8 21 (H), cf. Ez 1 6 21 ; + tW3 by fire 2 K 23 10 ; c ace. alone devote Ez 20 s6 ; c. ace. 4- ^3 alone, devote by fire Dt 1 8 10 2 K 1 6 3 1 7 7 2 1 6 = 2 Ch 33 s , Ez 20 31 (on the practice cf. Now*"""-"- 206 Benz Arch. 433 f. ip Q y Ei 16, 20; 20. 26 Qp^J JBL x»l (M97). 161 ff. . a. cause to pass through, c. ace. + 3 Ez 14 16 47 34 + v 4 (where ins. 3, cf. Co Berthol Toy), Nu3I 23.23 ^p). c acc . + ^r)3 1/.136 14 ; c. ace pers. alone 78 13 , + ~b« Ez 46 21 , + "$p8 Ne 2 7 ; c. ace. of (sound of) ISiB' Lv 25 9 (H), '+ 3 v 9 (P); c. ace 7)? = proclamation, + 3 Ex 36 s (P), 2 Ch 30 5 36 s2 = Ezr i 1 , Ezr io 7 ( + b pers.), Ne 8 16 . b. let pass through, o. ace. + 3 pers. Dt 2 30 . . a. cause to pass by, c ace. +~?$, Ez 37' -ay

-ay ( + 3»3D MD),+)B-i>y Ex 33 19 ( J ). + '$? lS 16 810 and (P.?? om.) v*. b. Ze< pass by, c. ace. lyiO Je 46" /ie to/t Zei the set time pass by (in mocking appell. of Pharaoh), c. cause arrow to pass beyond one 1S20 36 . d. cawse to pass under rod, for counting, Ez 20 37 (cf. Qal 5 g). 4. Cause to pass away, take away, kingdom (ace.) + ?? pers. 2 S 3 10 , cf. Est 8 2 , + !>$"? Jon 3 6 (of putting off garment) ; c. ace. of sin 2 S 1 2 13 2 4 20 = 1 Ch 2 1 8 , Jb f + byo pers. Zc 3 4 Je 1 1 15 (rdg. i>yo Vuy! Ew Gf Gie) ; put away evil things (ace.) from (IP), 1 K 15" cf. || 2 Ch 15 8 , ZC13 2 Ecu 10 ; c. ace. alone ^iiq 39 Est 8 3 ; also take me away (sf.) 2 C1135 23 (c. IP) v 24 ; turn away eyes (ace.) + IP |<-ii9 37 . — Gn47 21 rd. a ,- l3y? "I'syri Sam ®3S 01 Kn Di Kau Holz ; Je 15" rd. Trn^vrn ©X Codd Gie ; 2 S 12 s1 rd. Tap Ho ff m zAwuo*B>.a><: Gr Klo Bu Kit HPS, cf!'Dr Lbhr; 2 S 19 41 (for VQjn Kt, «?jB3 Qr) rd. D^3fc © We Bu Lbhr HPS,

  • "OEl Kit (v. Qal 5 a); Ez 4 8 14 rd. Qal (so

Kt; v. Qal 6 e) ; "'"Dy CTggp 1 S 2 24 not good is the report which I hear the people of* spreading (cf. 2), so Ew Th We Dr Kit Lbhr RVm, but order of words difficult ; > (ye) make the2>eople of* transgress 23 AV RV; text dub.; "VajjD SJ'jiJ Dn 11 20 one causing an exactor to pass through, Ew al. RV, Bev prop. "O &P an exactor causing to 2>ass away the glory, etc. . "Cy n.m. ' s 14 ' 40 region across or be- ••• •• 91 yond, side (on format, cf. Ba 1 * 8 144 ; cf. esp. As. ebru, ebirtu, id., ebirtan, adv. beyond) ; — 'y abs. 1 S 1 4 4 + ; cstr. Jos 2^ + ; sf.roy Is 47 16 ; pl.cstr. ^J? Is 7 20 Je ^ w (si vera 1., v. infr.); sf. vnajj 1 K 5 4 Je 49 32 (read probably Drvniiy, so Vrss), E^l^y EX32 15 ; — 1. region across or beyond anything (usu. wady, river, or sea), mostly c. prep.: fOTV» 13}?3 Nu 2i 13 (JE) Ju u 18 , cf. Je 25 s2 ; BV1 VS>K Dt30 ,3b , DJ? nayo v 13 * beyond the sea; WO'^™ 1 ? 'y» Isi8', cf.'yp"*iy 1K4" (IP on the side of, on, v. IP 1 c ; so usu. c. 'y); but also (rarely) 'yp from the other side of Zp 3 10 Jb 1 " 2 Ch 20 2 ; abs. 'yn 1 S 26 13 to the other side (sc. of a ravine; after iay>1); ppyn naya 1 S 3 1 7 , read perh. V} nya, so Klo Bu HPS '; nns-iQ naya Je 4s 28 beyond the mouth of a chasm is dub. ; Gie prop, JW3 'S3 *3h| in the rock-holes of the precipices; esp. (chiefly Hex, 37 1.) !T>!n'y(3ot.), or (lessoft., Josi3 32 4- i3t.), TflOi, inT IT)? (only c/yp), of either E. Jordan (36 1.) or W.Jordan land(9t.)acc. to standpoint ofspeakeror writer: A. E.Jordan (fr. standpoint ofwriter)Gn5o 10 "(J)Josi7 5 (JE)Dti , '4 41 - 4S - 474 ' Josi 14 i2 l i3 8 (D),Nu22 1 32 19 34 16 Josi3 27 - 32 i4 s 2o 8 (P), JU7 25 10 8 1 S 3 1 7 Is 8 s3 1 Ch 6 ra 12 37 ; fr. standpoint of speaker, Jos7 7 (JE),24 8 (E), i 15 2 10 9 10 1 8 7 2 2 4 (D), Ju 5 17 ; in Nu 3 5 14 (Moses speaks) it is land opp. to Can., cf. Nu 3 2 s2 ; in Dt 3" (Moses speaks) writer (D) ascribes his own standpoint to Moses; (oft. further topogr. note is added, e.g. nrnm Dt 4"' + , P»E>n rn]o j 08 i 15 +, etc.); '~W pa "iay~7K Jos 22 11 toward the region opposite the sons of Israel appar. also refers to E. side (v. Steuernagel on text). B. W. Jor- dan (9 t.), from standpoint of speaker Dt 3 2025 (Moses), also u^but here + EW? N13D, and in all foil, some special designation of West), 4. iTOJ Jos 5 1 (D ; from standpoint of those just crossed), 12 7 (opposite East v 1 " 6 ), 22 1 (id.; Kt -oyo, Qr-oya), c f. 9 1 (as 5 1 ); + nKJ>rn Nu 32"" (opposite East v b ) ; in 1 Ch 26 30 n:nyp "V«& 'yp 'y &eems=8ide (v. infr.). Also "^l? 'y? beyond the river (Euphrates) Jos 2 4 21415 (E ; KtQr 'yp), 'yp 2 S io 16 = 1 Ch 19 16 beyond, and I K 14 s to the other side of (v. IP 1 c) ; 'VQfrom beyond the river only Jos 24 s (E), in all these=beyond the Euphr. eastward, from standpoint of those west of Euphr.; so pi. '3n nziya i s 7 *> ; p 0SS . also 'y alone (si vera 1.) in the difficult passage Nu 24"; "irari 'y= region beyond the river (Euphr.) west- ward (from standpoint of those in Babylonia or Persia) Ne 2 79 3 7 Ezr8 36 ; also 1 K 5 44 (written in Bab.; cf. BAram. 13^, and Dr ,ntr(8>504 ). . (Opposite) side, side: r?} 'yp 1 S 14 1 on yonder side seems transition to this meaning ; n ?P IHJS twice, v 4 = on one side, on tlie other side, so iriK 'yjj twice v 40 ; even Dn ,_ !3y p#t? Ex 32 16 (E) on their two sides (i.e. of tablets); niT3 liBSn 'y-^K Ex 28 26 (P) toward the inner side of the ephod ; in 1 K 7 2030 'y appar. = at the side of or opposite, but the archit. details are obscure ; 3'aDp Vi3jrbp iK 5* on all sides of him, round about, 1^3^30 Je 49 s2 (rd. BlTV^j Vrss Gie) from all sides of them (all directions, = -pa/aD-ijsp v 5 ); VJ£ ws ygrfQ to the side of their faces (i. e. in front, straight forward) they (always) went Ez i 912 io a , cf. n'3B 'y^y Ex 25 s7 to give light upon the space in front of it ; tyl? ^3yp e>'K Is 47" they wander away each in his own direction (regardless of thee). — On 1 Ch 26 30 v. supr. "ay

nnny fn.^Iiy n.pr.m. Eber (perh. eponym of Hebrews, form inferred from ,- )3Vi cf. re ff- there); — 1. 'son' of Shelah, and 'grandson' of Arpachshad Gn io 24 (J)=iChi 18 , Gn n 1415 (P); 'father 'of Peleg and Joktan io a (J; with esp. ref. to Joktan v 26 "-, i.e. to Arabians)= i Ch I 19 (cf. v 20 *), of Peleg specif. Gn i i 1(U7 _(P; with esp. ref. to Abr. v 26 ') cf. i Ch i 26 (see v 27 '); in Gn io 21 (J) Shem is called ^TW^ ^ > © E/3fp. — 'y Nu 24 24 perh. (si vera 1.) belongs not here (= &")?)) Hebrews, @ 'Efipaiovs, so Thes), but sub i.13JJ=the (land) beyond (the river),|| "KBte, so Di Kau. 2. a Gadite chief i Ch 5 13 , ® Q/3,8, ®L E&ip. 3. Benjamite names : a. i Ch 8 12 , ® Q/3>j8, ®L Afcp. b. I Ch S^foy van d. H. Ginsb; "13y Baer), © O0«ij, A Q^ijS, ®L A%>. 4. a priest Ne 1 2 20 ©L Aj3<8. j-i.^ay adj. et n. gent. Hebrew, either a. put into the mouth of foreigners (Egypt, and Philist.), or b. used to distinguish Isr. from foreigners (=<me from beyond, from the other side, i.e. prob. (in Heb. trad.) from, beyond theEuphrates (cf. Jos 24 2S E), but poss. in fact (if name given in Canaan)_/rom beyond the Jordan; cf. Ges! 2 » Sta» lb Kb'- 18 * f e >«-»«-' Kau •Eber'.„d-H„br«.r- J n J^HWB 332, 600 __Q n connexion of 'y (in wide sense) with Habiri (Tel Am.) v. Wlrl Gesch. lar. 17 ff. ; Sem. Studies in Mem. of Kohut, 605 ff. EMeV AegjpticitEbersnSgj- G] as er MTG I897 . !B<r - EgExp. Times H. 238 . Opp. Jastr »«-xI(iaB).lI8tT. g ay Monument. 188. 3S3 ^MM A..u.Kur.396)._ mg _/ y Gn 39 14 +; fs. "^3? Dt I 5» -Je 34 9 ; mpl. Dn3VGn 4 3 32 + , D'nzi'y Ex 3 18 ; fpl. ri'iaj) Ex i ls + 2 t., ni- 1"; word' not in P ; —1. adj. a. *13? B*K Gn 39 14 cf. v 17 (both J), 41 12 (E). b. nay e*K Ex 2 11 cf. v 13 21 2 (all E), Dti5 12 Je34 9M ;'f.Dti5 la Je 34 s . 2.n. a. Ex I 16 " 2 7 (all f.) 2« (all E), 1 S 4" 1 3 19 14" 29 s - b. Gn 40 15 Ex i 15 (f.; both E), 1 S 13 3 14 21 , Gn 43 s2 (J); esp. in B^ajH ^K Ex 3 18 5 3 7 16 p' 13 io 3 (all J); sg. onlyVn Q-QK Gn i 4 13 , *±X 'V Jon I 9 . — © 'E^paios, 'EPpaia, Gn 14 13 t31D$n Klo Bu HPS. •fn. v "03? n.pr.m. Levite name, 1 Ch24 27 ; © A/3m, A Oj3Si, ©L A/3ap«i. tn"1Dy n.f. ford, rare synon. of "OJjD, "1??^ < — aDS - TIJ 2 S 1 9 19 and they crossed the ford (v. -ay Qal 1 a) ; pi. cstr. "i3"]Bn TflXXg

S 15 28 Kt (Qr nianj)), so 17" van d. H. (but 

Baer Ginsb JTiaiJ Kt also), '35? preferable (so Th We Dr Bu Kit Lbhr HPS), the fords of the desert (HPS 17 16 n.pr.). Trn^y n.f. overflow, arrogance, fury; — abs. 'y Is 1 3 9 + ; cstr. rosy Zp 1 18 + ; sf. VTjaf Isio 6 +,etc; pi. nii3j| Jb 2 i 30 ; cstr. ni-oy ^ 7 7 Jb4o"; — 1. overflow, excess, outburst, finj 'V Pr 2 1 24 excess of insolence; 1|K nroy Jb 40 11 outbursts of thine anger. 2. arro- ^arec«, of Moab Is 16 6 ( + H1S5, pS3), hence Je 48 30 ( + id. v 29 ). 3. overflowing rage, fury: a. of men, Gn 40/ (poem in J), Am i u (both || f|K), Is 14 6 Pr 14 35 , im T 3y B3E? 2 2 8 (i.e. rod wielded by him in fury, v. also La 3 1 infr.), ^"liS l"li*uy yfr 'j 7 the outbursts of fury of my foes, b.' of * Ho 5 10 1 3 » (|| «|S), Hb 3 8 (|| id.), Is 9 18 La 2 2 + 90 911 ; + BJK Jiin Is 13 9 , || id. v 13 V' 78 49 ( + D5?!), 85 4 ; VmjJ Bfc Ez 21 36 (|| Djrt), 22 31 (|| j"d), v 21 38"; inisy t23B> La 3 ' (cf. Pr 2 2 8 supr.) ; ,r Yl3y Q y Is 1 o 6 (i.e. obj. of my rage), cf. irfoy in j^ 29 ; * may av Zp i 18 day 0/ Vj /wry (coming judgment), so Ez 7 19 (del. Co Berthol, after ®, as gloss from Zp) ; so .Toy tff> Zpi 15 Prn 4 ; rtnsy D* Jb2i 30 ; cf. rroy Pm 23 . ["Q^] v ^- denom. Hithp. be arrogant, infuriate oneself; — Pf 3 ms. "Qynn ^78 62 ; 2 ms. nilynn 89 s9 ; Impf. 3 ms. 13J?ri>l Dt 3 26 , nayM ^ 7 8 21 - 59 ; P<. i?yni2 Pn 4 16 '26 17 ; sf. inayriD 20 2 ; — 1. be arrogant, Pr 1 4 16 (opp. IfJJ). 2. a. ^>m< oneself in a fury, become furious, c. 3 pers. Dt3 26 f 78 62 ; c.DVpers.88 39 ; abs. 7 8 2159 (all of God); of man, c. ?5? rei Pr 26 17 . b. incite one to fury for oneself Pr 20 2 (si vera 1.; cf. De Ges 564f ).

  • □ <1 *1^y n.pr.loc. 'Abarim (prop, regions

beyond river or sea); — usu. 'Vn in Nu 27 12 Dt 3 2 49 (=ttj"W ; both P), and TJH ^H 33 « f>|^ i3;),v 48 (P); alone only D'layo^yxje 2 2 20 ; the mountainous district in NW. Moab, just NE. of Dead Sea, GASm Gw " r - 648,DdBBi Buhl G ** r - m ; © Ajiupup. {-'O'), but to fa tw nlpav Nu 33 <7 , eh to ntpav rijt 8aKa<rarjs Je 22 20 . — Vid. also sub D^V. )hay n.pr.loc. Jos 19 38 (© EX/3 y , A ©L Axpav); read probably fiay q.v. tnih^ n.pr.loc. a station of Israelites in wilderness, one march from Ezion-geber, on Gulf of AkabaNu 3 3 3435 (P); © (fyfywva. my pipe (organon, made up of several reeds together); Njw*""- 1 " 7 Benz Areh ^ think of bag-pipe (=rT0301D Dn 3 51016 ), cf. also in We ♦♦Kn.Tr. as. >a str i n g e d instr. ©@ (Gn4 !1 ). nay v. aiv- $ (-/of foil.; cf.NH^yNiph.ierouwefed; Pi. roW a thing, etc.; Aram. Pa. ^^£ roll a thing, and deriv. ; X X ? ,3 S rolled cake, Xj ), ?5? shield, lyji!?!, Syr.^^Ji, hi swiftness, swiftly; Ar. J^£ Aasien, 6« sk«/*«, cf. Lag BNS1 '" 3 ). T723) n.m. El32,24 calf (as rolling or circling about? cf. 13 fr. ">1| ; NH *<*.; Ph. (Pu.) by id. Lzb 336 ; l^'jy Palm. n.pr. td. Cook 89 ; Aram. Jl^:, IfcC^X, *b?V, *$%, «&,• As. [again], pi. a<ja/e prob. calves D1 HWB ,6 (cf. against this Jen Ko «»"- U0 , but v. also Jager 8 * 8 "- 2 - 286 ); Ar. J^c, id,; Eth. X"MV: XT-At;, cf. also Hom N8226 ); — 'y abs. Ex32 19 +; cstr. iS28 M + ; sf. ^ Ho 8 5 ; pi. D^g Ho 1 3 2 + ; cstr. ty$ iKi 2 a +; — calf, Is 1 1 6 Z7 10 in sim. of leaping mts. ^ 29"; in sim. of foot-sole of cherubim Ez i 7 ; P?"ip ']) i.e. a stall-iei (fatted) calf, 1 S 28 24 , in sim. Je 46 21 Mai f, cf. p3"]S tfam 'V Am 6 4 ; 1$ t6 'V Je3i 18 an untrained calf; D'oy ^SJ? V, 68 s1 calves of peoples, i.e. peoples like calves, so most ; perh. rd. 'VV "by2 Matthes Che Gunkel 80 " 01 "- 66 '- cf. Bae; calf as sacrif. victim Mi 6 6 Lv a 2 - s - 8 (P); cut in two, in ratifying covenant Je 34 1919 (cf. •Y?? Gn 15 9 ); elsewh. image of calf: made at Horeb, H3D9 'V Ex 32 48 Dt 9 16 Ne 9 18 ; 'y alone Ex 3 2 19i!oT24 - 35 Dt 9 21 V 106 19 ; two set up by Jerob. I in N. Isr., 1K12 2832 2 K io 29 17"

Ch n 16 13 8 , cf. Ho 8 5 - 6 Cn.bay, fraft 'V), i 3 2 ; 

also io 6 (v. 1. nbjy ad fin.). fi. Plbx: n.f. heifer;— abs. 'V Gni5» + ; cstr. f£$ 'isf + ; sf. "nty Jui4 18 ; pi. cstr. n'pjy Ho 10 s (but v. infr.);— heifer, Is? 21 , used in ploughing Ju i4 18 (fig.), threshing Je 50" (KKH 'y, in sim., v. ni, read perh. n£H), fig. of stateliness etc. Je 46 20 ; 'TJS^O 'J? Ho 10" a trained heifer(sim. of Ephr.); used for sacrif. iS 16 s (">5? ^??)> cu * ' n two for ratifying cove- nant Gn 1 5'(J ; Tvfy&O 'P- c f. ^y Je 3 4 ,81 ») ; in cleansing city from blood-guiltiness Dt 21 3 p|52 TJ), v 4 - 4 - 8 ; once of calves worshipped in N. Isr. Ho 10' (where read prob. ?}]>, so © We NowGASm, cf. Che, v. also the foil. sfs. rns.).

hw 

f n. r?73V n.pr.f. wife of David (on sense Jmfer cf. n^', ^Ttl; v. also Gray ProI>N - 92 - No - 27 );— 2 S 3 5 (© AiynX, A Aiyat, ®L AyXa) = 1 Ch 3' (© AXa, A AyXa, ©L EyXa). tnbw n.pr.loc.;— T$?f 'V (the) <Atrd Eglath ISI5 6 (® Sd>uiXtr Tpi€Tr;r) J6 48 34 (® ayyf- X/ai/ 2aXatrf 1a), near Zoar and S. border of Moab. ibfy, h$ adj. round;— abs. ty 1K7 28 + 2 t., by io 19 2 Ch 4 2 ; fpl. n% 1 K 7 31 ;— round 1 K 7 31 - 31 (opp. rfoSTD), io 19 ; MD 'y round in circuit (perimeter) 7 23 = 2 Ch 4 s , 1 K 7 s5 . t nhXJ n.f. cart (from rolling of wheels ; NH td./Ph, (Pu.) rbiy (?) Lzb 336 ; Aram. Snbjy, )* y^ < ; Sem. loan-word in Egypt. agarBd Bondi 38 , 'a^oZi Ermaii* 6 "*' 491 ; cf. also Wilkinson Anc. Egypt. (1878), I. 223-2U, e»p. 235, al»o 249 /i]l ugTjr- Vehicles drawn by cattle, cf. 1 S 6 7 Nu 7 3 )); — abs. 'y 1 S 6 7 + , sf. ty Is 28 s8 ; pi. nfog Gn 4 5 19 + ; cstr. rOJJ? Nu 7 3 ; — cart, used for transporting persons'and things Gn 4 5 ,9 - 212r 46 s (E), 1 S 6 7.7. 8 .io.n.u.u 2 g 6 3.3_ x Ch I3 7.7. Nu ? 3 (ax 'V covered carts), v 36 - 78 (P); in sim. Am 2 13 , riiaj; 'yn Is5 18 cart-rope, 'V JBIN 28 s7 of (threshing-) wagon{cf.T>r jLm -»-™),'vbibZv™id.;—y=war- chariots only ^46'° (Du transport-wagons). t b'Uy n. [m.] hoop, ring ; — abs. 'y Nu 3 1 M prob. ear-ring ( + ^9, etc.); pi. "^ O'hs •^VVA Ezi6 12 ( + ^SS"^y D» nose-ring). ybw ■ n.pr. (cf. Gray Pr< " > • N ■ 92 • , ' ■ ^7 );— tl. m. a king of Moab, J u3 12141 ' 1717 , © EyX^.^ 2. loc. Jos io 3 - 5 - 23 - 37 1 2 12 15 34 , c. n loc. io 34 , na^yo V 36 ; © OfioXXa^ Jos IO; AiXafi I2 12 , A EyXa)/j, ©L EyXajx, and so 15 39 ; site 'Agl&n, N. of Tel- el-Hesy, Buhl Geogr 192 . D , ; t 3;)jrEz47 io in'yryq.v. tVayC n.m. +6512 1. entrenchment; 2. track; — abs.'o 1 S 26 s + , c. n loc. npayen 17 50 ; cstr. bi])D Pr 5 s6 + ; pi. cstr. bayp ^, 23 s Pr 4"; sf. T^J» V' 65 12 , elsewh. Ttf$?¥P 17*. ^%P Prs 21 , ™n-2 12 5 6 , Dn- 2 15 IsS9 8 ;— 1. circum- vallation, entrenchment 1S17 20 26 s ' 7 . 2. <rocA (prop, wagon-track), only fig.: a. in fig. of snares of wicked yjf 1 40 6 . h. = course of action, or life, 1^1 '» Pr 4 26 , '» 5 21 (|| ^W>ST^; specif, good, right, piX 'D ^ 23 s , IB* '» Pr4", 3iD 'O 2 9 , p^? 'O Is 26 7 ; bad sense Pr 2" 18 5" my

-»y Is 59 s ; tracks of ** are those approved by him V' 1 7 5 ; or those traversed by him, psjn^ T^V 1 ? W% 6 5 12 fig- of richly-laden cart dropping its contents in its track. tpJljp vb. be grieved (NH id.; Aram. a lV., and ]fi^ (in Lexx.) id.; cf. perh. also As. agdmu, be vexed D1 HWB 16 (rare ; cited under 03N)); — Qal Pf. 3 fs. t*J TO?5J . . . tib-ox P^Kp Jb 3 o 25 was not my soul grieved for the poor? (|| was). t C j^] vb - Wiph.. shut oneself in or off (NH t'rf., Pt.pass.res<rai'w«2(esp. from marriage), also I'3iy anchor; % J3J? be imprisoned) ; — Impf.

fpi. e*Nf> n*n wji^ n^n Km 13 would ye 

shut yourselves off, so as not to belong to a man ? i*M (-/of foil., meaning dubious ; conject. in Meier w »™ roB38 Lag BN59 ; on Gk. dyop cf. Lewy Fre,I,d "- 8 ). T "YI2V n. [m.] appar. understood by Mass. as name of a bird ; very uncertain ; orane ace. to Saad. (Is), but note of crane not suitable (Tristr NHB239, ) ; — IWyi WD] nim J e 8 7 ; -rtJJ? D1D3 Is 38 14 (but here gloss Klo Bid Di Dn Che B «*)'; Thes and (in Je) Hi Gf Gie del. ] and take 'y as adj . of DID = twittering or the like; Thes assumes transpos. fr. -iyj, Eth. VOd: cry. , 11, in. iy v. I. my. iy v . my. "13? v. liy. tny v. my. I™)' ( v of foil. ; cf. Ar. xe- count, reckon, »juc number, period.; Aram. KJ'iy time). T [iTiy] n.f. menstruation, so Vrss (prop. time, period); — pi. abs. W^J) 133 1364 s »••• stained garment (fig. of best deeds of guilty people ; || NOB). tiny, Vty, M^ n.pr.m. Iddo;— 1. father of an officer of Sol. Niy 1 K4 14 ; © A* A, A 2a8wK, @L A X ia/3. 2. grandfather of prophet Zechariah fay Zc l Ntoy v 7 ; © A8So>. . a Levite toy 1 Ch 6 6 ; © A8«, ©L A88<o. . a priestly name Ntoy van d. H. Ginsb (Baer toy) Ne 1 2 4 ; ®N etc. ASamt ; also NHy v 16 Kt ( N :i5|?), Qr N to?; @N r <5 A88a«, ©L ™ A&ua. . a seer njhn toy 2 Ch i2 15 =toy K'aan 2 ch

3 s2 ; © A8(3)<o ; = toy? 2 Ch o 29 , I*^(«)." 

"ny v. iiy. t^- M J> vb. pass on, advance (Ar. (jA*) ll£ pass by, also run = Eth. O&D; pass by; Aram. <ny go along, go by (oft. for Heb. "^V), Aph. rmow; Syr. )lz* pass by, come, c. Vi fall upon);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. rny Jb 2 8 8 the fierce lion hath not advanced upon it (sc. the way). Hipb. Ft. 133 IVJ^J Pr 25 20 j-e- moving a garment (cf. Gn 38 19 J, Jon 3" Heb. and X). f 1. "TV and "Tyi (so alw.) n.m. perpetuity (= advancing time, cf. As. add, time, at the present time); — 1. of past time : ly •SO Jb 20 4 ; IV TV1 Hb 3 6 ancient mountains (cf. Dhy 1). 2. of future time, IV? (usu. ivb) for ever: a. during lifetime, of kingf 2i 7 Pr2o 14 ; of others ^9 19 22 27 61 9 Pr 12 19 . b. of things, Ttt? T$ i ,2 r?P.'! Jb 19 24 . C. of continuous existence, of nations.iy fto?? (of Babylon, cf. t&W 2 c) IS47 7 (yet v. Hi.iy II 3); anger, lyb Am 1 "; elsewh. iy *B! + 83 ' 8 92 s Is 2 6 4 65 18 . d. of divine existence,^ ]$? Is 5 7 15 ; attributes,"^ ^ 1 1 i 310 112 3 ' 9 ; residence in Zion, "ty HJj 132 14 ; law of God, iy? 19 10 ; promise as to dynasty of David, iyb 89 30 ; ny ny i 3 2 I2 ; inheritance of land, nyb

29 ; continuous relations between God and his 

people 1 Ch 28 s Is 64 s Mi 7 18 lyi?. e. phrases (see D^iy 2 m): "M cbV(b) ^ 9" io 16 21 6 45 718 48 I5 52 10 io4 6 ii 9 44 i45'- 2 - 2 'Exi5 18 Mi4 5 Dni2 3 ; D^>iy5) nyb> m 8 1 4 8 6 ; ly v'fw-iy. i s 45 17 .— Is 30 8 rd. (D^iyny) nyi» /or a witness (3# Gn 49^ devour prey (II !W) ; "ITO ^ 1? is 33 s3 ^«y 0/ y»«rf «;wi7,- iy? 'Wp Zp 3 8 (of God) my rising up to the prey (Br^); ny '3K I s g* father (i.e. dw- tributor) of booty (Hi KnKue Br MP Du Che Bl "; > Ges Ew Di al. everlasting father). in. Tj;, in poetry "Hy (tNu 24 s024 f 104 23 147 6 Jb 7 4 20 6 , and in *iy Hy Is 26 4 65 1 * ^ 83 18 92 s 132 1214 : cf. ^K, ^y), prep, as far as, even to, up to, until, while (Aram. *ry, .^.; Sab. ny, Hy, Mordtm ZMQx ° (1876) ' 2 '; DHM""" <I8ffl) - 414 , As. adi Dl*«« (Ar. Ili is «^) ; perh. akin to lie j>ass on, advance to, Ko"' 304309 : tojj prob. from ground-form 'dlddy, Ol 428 - 481 Kb"- 9091 -; but Lag 8 " n - ,LI01 - 3 ' Mi " hl - 231f - ) as plur. like Tin*);— with s f. ny N U23 i 8 + | ^jny Mi

8 + , etc., D? ,c ny f Jb 3 2 12 | 2K9 18 Dn-iy occurs; 
A 2 -ty 

-ry — at far as, e->en to (differing from ?N, in that the limit is included, as in Ar. J^L Fl K1Bchrl -

  • "): I. prep. 1. of space.— a. Gn n 31 1K3'1

pn IV as far as Haran, 12 6 i3 312 +oft., Is 8 8 jrr ntnx ny, 15 4 ohp yctw yrv ly, 2$ n 26 s ^36' D^nt? iv nnjiox, 69 s b>sj ny D'd ixa (cf. Jon z 6 Mi i 9 Je 4 1018 ), 90 3 N3n "TJJ BniK 2CT, Jb 1 1 7 , etc. ; pregn. + 1 1 8 s7 '131 '"1? 3H nDtjt fawd . . . (and lead) up to . . . ; Is 57* pinnp ny evW i < afar (ft? 1 c) ; with the goal a person, Ex 2 2 8 ny Drr:? nan xa; DTiVn, 1 s 9 9 ^ 65 s nfe>3-|>3 Tl?

  • <a J» Is 45 24 Jb 4 6 , "• 1? 31B> Ho 14 2 ai! (v. M0,

stronger than "THf 31E>); poet. Nu 24 20 innnsi

  • 1 ? x ^S shall be «vm unto destruction, shall

issue in destruction, v 24 ; rarely with verbs of attending, ny HNH tNu 23 18 , ny fP.isnn f Jb 32 12 38 18 (usu. ?£). Before another prep., 1 S 7 11 'b nnnp ~v, 1 k 4" '^ nayp ny, i>yp ny Ez 41 20 , V.S? *iy Est 4 2 , and even (si vera 1.) Dn^N ny

k 9 20 : cf. to ny Ne 3 16 - 26 , n?b ny j u i 9 10 + . 

b. In the combin. 1V() . . . |p, as Gn 10" njy ny . . . pTXD /rom Sidon ... as /ar as Gaza + oft. (v. p5a); and idiom., not of actual space, but of classes of objects, to express the idea of both . . . and, as Gn 19 4 JpJ nyi nysp from, young to old (inclusively) = both young and old (v. IP 5 b) ; without IP, even to = in- cluding, Lv 11 42 Nu8 4 even to (i.e. including) its base and its flowers, cf. 1 S 1 8 4 . . Of time: a. (a) even to, until Gn 8 5 even to the 10th month, Ex 12 6 unto the 14th day, etc., v 1518 , etc.; DVfl ny unto this day, Gn^ 37 - 38 , nrn wn ny 26 33 32 s3 , both + oft.; DV ny sq. inf. Ex 40 37 Jos6 10 Ju 18 30 ; npa ny ft'M morning, Ex I2 10 +(i5 t.), npan ny i6 23 + (1 1 1.) ; so any(,n) ny Ex 1 8 1314 + , poet. any ny f 104 23 ; D^iy ny Gn 13*+ oft.; D'pya yap ny K4 35 ; TfiPt} 1h ly IS13 20 ; v. also' '^3, and

  • ^Y?> ad fin. And sq. another prep., Lv 23™

naVn rnnpp ny, Ne 13' n3e>n -m ny. with the force of against, Ju 6 31 npanny npV; c f. (6) «nd. (6) sq. inf., both of past time, as Gn 8 7 32 s5 nntfri ni^y ny, 33 s 3 4 8 , and esp. of future time, as 3" lait? ny until thy returning, 1 o 22 2 7* Dt 7 20 2S 20 20 2 2 2 2 8 2022 ,— both + oft. ; cf. en3nyj U3 »+; ... an nyLv25 5 »+iot.; Denny Dt 2 »+; nbnyt2Ki3 ,7 "Ezr 9 14 ; (D)n^3 ny

S 1 5 18 Je 9" + ; 1*0 ni« ny Ju 1 6 s + ; also in 

Dnk ^-ip^n ny Dt 7" (cf. 2 8 48 Jos 1 1 14 1 K 15 29

K 3 s6 1 o 17 2 4 20 [ || Je 5 2 s to^n] ; on the anom. 

'<), v. Dr, rd. prob. '?) ; and most prob. (cf. Kd ulR0 ) in T"}b> (Dnb) & nwn *r6s ny Dt 3 3 (v. Dr), + 5 t. (v. supr. p. 117), rd. prob. nW'n. With the force of towards the end of, against, esp. in (D)N3 ny, Gn 43 s5 Ex 2 2 M Nu 10 21 lD'pm DK3 ny ptfOn n« used to set up the tab. against their coming, 2 K 16", Ez 33 s2 ; cf.

S 17 22 . Ellipt. Ju 16 2 inupni npan nta ny 

(wait) till the morning dawn, and we slay him ! (GFM; Dr'" 5 ). (c) with various adverbs of time (q.v.), as ru« iv., np-ny, "no ny, nsn ny, ni ny, f3 ny, nriy ny, c f. cp^Q ne? ny ( v . np 4 b). (d) to suggest also rfeflrree (cf. 3), Dipp r« ny «n<ii there is no place Is 5 8 , nBDD px ny t^ 40 13 Jbs" 9 10 ; cf. Lv26 18 nVs-ny-DNI and if even up to these things, even the end of all these punishments, you do not hearken to me. b. During (rare ; prop, as far as the limit indicated, including the time previous, cf. tear : so oft. Aram. fV., «-i», while), 2 K 9" what is peace bw pM] IV during, etc. ? Jb 20 6 yn Hg during a moment ; sq. inf. Ju 3 26 Dnpnpnn ny during their delaying, Ex 33 s2 Jb 7 19 *Rn ypa ny Jon 4 2 . . Of degree, to suggest a higher or the highest; as nxp ny even to muchness, i.e. exceedingly (v. I^D), <Tnn» ny even to haste tV' 147 15 ; Est s 6 rna^pn '•'srrny ^n^a-npi kV01,v 3 7 2 . See also |>ny, below. Withaneg., to express not even as much as, Dt 2 5 jn« N? ^n 5)3 ^nnp ny DsnND 02b, and with nnK, tEx 9 7 nnx-ny . . . np », simil. 14 28 Ju4 16

S 17 22 (rd. nriN for nns : v . Dr). Sts. almost 

= Lat. adeo, 1 S 2 5 (si vera 1.) m^ rnpy ny Hyatt* even to the barren, she hath borne seven, i.e. even the barren hath, etc., Jb 25* U'JJ "W pi SnK' NP1, Hg 2 19 . In comparisons, «o </k degree of, even like (rare), Na i 10 , 33D Dn'p ny (text dub.) entangled even like thorns, 1 Ch 4 W nmrv *:a iv «nn tb did not multiply to the degree of (i.e. like), etc. Cf. 2 S 23" nB^n ny N3 tO did not attain (in prowess) unto the three. II. Conj. 1. until:— a. nB>K ny Mn <i/ </««< : (a) with pf., of ^>as< time, Ex 32 20 [nun pn nB>N ny (Dt 9 21 ), Dt 2 14 «nay nt?x ny, j 08 3 17 8 28 Ju 4 24 1 K io 7 (2 Ch 9 8 j, K I7 20 - 23 21"; with suggestion of degree, 1 S 30 4 (sq. f'K), iKij"; rarely of future time (the 'future perfect,' Dr«"), 2 S 17" (of degree), Ez 34 21 . So -& ny (oft. in NH; v. f), tJu5 7 Ct 3 44 ; 'any tGn 2 6 13 n«p «r»p ft, 41" 2S23 10 "V

CI126 15 ; and (of future time) DK "lBte ny tGn 28 15 Nu 32" Is 6". (b) with impf., usu. of future time, Gn 27" ^HX npn 31B>fl ngte Ty ; 29 s KX23 30 24" LV22 4 Nun 20 ' 20 ,;T i's'22 3 Ho 5 15 + ; rarely of past time, Jon 4 s ntev "lBte ny till he should see, Ec 2 3 . So (of the future) -f I? tQts»* 3 B 4 6 8« ^I2 3 2 ; and '3 1? tGn 49 10 n>B> top? nj, b. ly alone, until .- (a) with pf., of past time, Jos 2 ffl 4 23 u-iajpy, t g 20 « jwjjfl nn ny,

S 2 1 10 1 K n» Ez 28 1S ; of the future (rare)', 

K7 3 uno ny, £239" Dnn" ay; nb ny. So DN iy (of the fut.), tGn 24 1933 Is 3a 1 ' Ku 2 2 '. (6) with impf., of future time, 1 S 1 s2 (ellipt.: cf. Ju 16 2 , 1 2 a (6) end), Is 22 14 26 s0 32 15 62' 7 V' 5 7 2 7 1 18 Jb 2 7 6 + ; of the past (rare), Ex 1 5 1S ■flW may -iy, v 10 Josio 13 (poet.) '13 Bfc ny

  • rfy * 73 17 -— N.B. In poetry, iy is sts. used

to mark not an absolute close, but an epoch, or turning-point, in the fut., as f i io 1 (v. De) T??t> Din *pate rate ny, Ho 10" Jb 14 6 (but v. 3); alter a neg. el., Gn 49 10 NU23 24 IS42 4 f 7 1 18 112 8 Jb8 21 (but rd. prob. with Ew Hi Di Du al. 1)3 he will yet, etc., under- standing v 20 as present, not future). . While (rare : cf. I 2 b) :— a. with pf., 1 S 14 19 blNt? nan IV while Saul spake. b. with impf., f 141 10 -layx ny »?i« nrr «,&■& / at the same time pass by. c. with ptcp., Jb i 19 1310 m ny (but rd. prob. % as v 161 '), Ne 7 3 . d. -B> iy (without vb.) t Ct 1 u . So N? ny while not = ere yet (of past time) tPr 8 s6 px ntoj 16 ny (so &b iy, JJ ,£, ft, e.g. Gn 24 15 £, Mt i ls ); and vb IBte iy (of the fut.) tEci2'- 2 -« (cf. Talm. tOI Ty, Mishn. ny tibf). . Of degree, <o tlie point that, so that even (rare), Is 47 7 Thou saidst, I shall be for ever a lady, H$ by % not? t6 ny fo ^^tW that (going so far in thy pride that) thou didst not, etc. (but Hi Che Du al. join ny rnaa I shall be for ever, a lady perpetually; v. 1. ly); Jb 1 4" (Di De Bu Du) to the point that he may enjoy, etc., Is22 l4 (Du). In J0S17 14 1Ete Tg '" ^3-|3 nb iy, rd. TBte !>y ka M e that (Ges Buhl; cf. Di). ■ t III. p "iy, a strengthened form for Ty, found chiefly in Ch Ezr, and occurring in most of the above senses. Thus 1. of space : iy npn »b Jos 13 5 Ju 3 s 1 Ch 13 5 , n-janp 'b iy 5^ ■TWO 'b ~ty 2 Ch 26 s ; mp nnip!> ny ! ch 4 39 , ny TJ$ ny I2 >7 ; -n ? i) ny 2 Ch , 4 u. ars ^ n?

Ch 28" Ezr 9 6 . 

. Of (t'rae: d{>U& iy 1 Ch23 2S 28 7 ; ny pirnpi> a Ch 2 6 15 Ezr 3 13 ; Ezr 9 4 anyn nraab-iv; njn iyjp iy Ezr io 14 prob. during (Keil : Ges Be with regard to, strengthened for b); S q. inf. nn:en rtb£ ny 1 k 18 29 ; rtb$ iy 1 ch 28 20 2 Ch 29 s8 ; nfej) ny 2 ch 24'° 3 i»; rm^r^ ny "; nw^ iy 32 « (|| 2 K 20 1 n»b alone); Ezr io 14 y&nb ny. . Of degree : Wtj '"Unp^ Ty «ww «n«o (till there was) a great camp, 1 Ch 12 23 ; i"6ypS> ny = exceedingly 2 CI) 16" 17 13 26 s ; lNp!» ny

Ch 16 14 ; nnpbi) ny 2^; aib iy 3 i3»; pN|j ny 

NEnp 3 6 16 . tn5l^ Ec 4 2 Baer Ginsb (al. nHy), abbrev. 1"}V : Ec4 3 '(from nsnny, (tj-lj; cf. NH pj, e.g. Ned. 9 10 ), adv. hitherto, atiU. fll. M jj vb. ornament, deok oneself . T T (Aram, in deriv. niTy, ornameM; cf. perh. ^CHy. «c«r/, *ca6; Ar. t^jic jnaMjre, scafi, etc. [as sheathing, or excrescence ?], also (^lc, broad stone for covering grave, etc., Lane "") ;-Qal Pf. 2 fs. nnyi Ez 23 40 ; Impf 3 fs. n-iyn Is6i 10 , nyni H02 15 ; 2 fs. ^yn J6 4 30

1 4 , nyni Ez 16 13 ; 1 s. sf. TOKJ v"; Imv. ms. 
    • 9~ n T!K Jb 4° 10 ; — ornament ; usu. 1. a. reflex.,

rfec& oneself with, c. ace. of (woman's) ornaments, of bride Is 61 10 (sim.; cf. tf'si'n v a ); fig. of Isr! Ho2 ls Je3i 4 ; Jerus. Je4 30 (c.acc.cogn.; H^), Ez i6 15 (TIKTa>p in || clause), 23 40 (c.acc.cogn.). b. metaph., '131 fiN3 NJ-nny Jb 40 10 deck now thyself [Job] with majesty. 2. c. 2 ace, 'l? ^VS! Ez 16" and I decked thee [Jerus.] with finery (? rd. Hipb. 'XI). tiTTy n.pr.f. (ornament; or (Ar. i.'ii, sjii) morning) © A8(8) a ;— wife, 1. of Lamech Gn 4 19 - 20 - 23 (J). 2. of Esau 3 6 2 - 41 » I2 '« (P"). ? n -C m> ] co11 - ornaments (with which one is decked); — 'y abs. Is 49 18 , 'ny Ez 16" 23 40 ; cstr. 2 S i= 4 + ; sf. ^V Ex 33*+^1TW Ex 33 5 ! etc.;~ornaments : 1. of women 2 S 1 24 (3nT 'y), Je 2 s2 ; of Jerus. under fig. of woman 4 30 (3nf 'y), Ez 1 6'43 4 °(all aec. cogn.c. nny), Is 49's( s im*).— B^y 'iy Ez 16 7 , rd. prob. Dny ny MMj!o ^e^. struation (maturity), JDMich Co Berthol (rdg. 19 n J??)» Toy. nrW f 1 03 5 [sf. ref. to ffej] is dub., © t. cmtivfiiav <rou [rdg. 'nniK ? this usu. c. bveny B*M]; thine age, prime (cf. I. *iy) JDMich Thes ; conject. in Hup-Now Che Du. 2. of men Ex 33 4 - 56 (JE). 3. in gen., as feeding pride Ez f x {^ '??, sf. ref. to silver and gold, v"). 4. trappings of horse i/' 32 s (De Hup, cf. Du), si vera 1., but prob. corrupt ; Che (after v. Ortenb.) *p!?S ^? v "■? D ^^ must be curbed it'Z 7 , A« cam be brought, etc. f^^Oty n.pr.m. (an ornament is El; cf. Sab. n.pr. '{>tny Hal 51 ' 2 ); — 1. a Simeonite 1 Ch 4 s6 , ©A ESu/A, ®L A&njX. 2. a priest 9", © A8ii;X. 3. father of officer, David's time 27 s5 , © 08ojA.— Cf. Gray*"*"-*'" 1 . t (^rPfy n.pr.m. ('< /tas decked himself); — . ,n H£ father of a Judaean captain 2 Ch 23 1 , © Afeia, A A8aia, ©L Adaiov (genit.). Elsewhere nnj? : 2. grandfather of Josiah 2K22 1 , © EStira, A 1*8180, ©L Ofiou (genit.). 3. a Levite

Ch 6 26 , © A(aa, A ©L A8(o).a. 4. a Ben- 

jamite 8 51 , © A/3ia, A AXaia, @L ASaia. 5. a priest 9 12 Ne n 12 , © A8oio(s). 6. two with foreign wives : a. Ezr io 29 , © A8a, ©L ASaias. b. v 39 , © Aoaiu, ©L A&omat. 7. a Judahite Ne 1 1 5 , © Of(e>o, ®L ASaia. t □"'.fYHy n.pr.loc. town of Judah in the nbsB> Jos 1 5 M , ©A ASio&ztifi, ©L Ayeddai^. i. my v. ny ii. in. my v. -ny. T" T" rmy],(N)ny v.ytj>. lm*# my v. my. i-ry, Stray, (l)rp-n> v. II. my. tfny v. Kiw. any v. rny. DWT? v. my. I. /1)7 (/of foil.; poss. = Ar. jic art equitably (so Thes), or As. ecWit, /mto). "hSiy n.pr.m. i Ch 2 7 29 , © Ada, ©L A«A«. II. /"T.J7 (/of foil.; cf. Ar. jic <wrra ai«'de, whence DsHJj = retreat, refuge, so Lag BN M , cf. j) r sm.p293 Buhl Geogr - 97 ). tD^iy n.pr.loc. old Canaanite city,® oSoXAap, with king Jos 12 16 (D), in the nW 15 36 (P ; @L ASoXau), cf. Mi i 15 Ne 1 i 30 ; (re-) built by Rehob. ace. to 2 Ch 1 1 7 (o8oXa/x); rnytp 'y (rd. rnso, rmn, v . rnyo sub I. -ny) i S 22 1

S 23 13 1 Ch ii 15 ; site prob. 'Id-el-Miye (Aid 

el-Ma), c. 13 miles WSW. from Bethlehem, v. GASm ' " 1 -™ Buhl ' *' 193 and reff.

py 

tiQ^-iy adj. gent. Adullamite;— 'y 55*K Gn 38', T, yn as subst. v 1220 . I. 1*7^ (/of foil.; cf. Ar. Jjlc mollifies, languor, etc., Frey (Kam.); Palm. Njny (good) fortune Cook 89 ; NH (WJ luxuriousness). f 1. []iy] n.[m.] luxury, dainty, de- light ;— pi. abs. D^y luxuries 2 S i 24 si vera 1. (rd. perh.D'?HD [v. HP] KloGrHPS); pi. sf. Je 5 1 34 he hath 'filled his belly VnjD /rom my dainties (fig. of Nebuchad.'s plunder ; Gie reads 1?*U|P); XGfRothst join with foil.: from my dainties hath he thrust me forth; fig. of delights of worshipping ' T3^ *8 f 3<> 9 (II IS* #D ; t [Hi*] vb.denom.Hithp. luxuriate (NH Pi. de%A< (act.), so Syr. ^L); — Impf. 3 mpl. ^21D3 OTJfQ Ne 9 25 and they luxuriated in thy great goodness ( + UW»1 «*$*[ &3t*»l). fn. ]"Ty n.pr.m. Levite name 2 Ch 29 12 (® Io>(a)8ax), 3 1 16 (® 08ou, ®L IaSav). tfrWiy n.pr.m. 1. man with foreign wife Ezr io^Ginsb; rmy van d. H. Baer), © Ai8o.«, ®L ESra. 2. Ne 12 5 , @K A8aj/or, ®L ESvas. tn2"Ty n.f. delight;— Gn 18 12 (sexual). tn3~iy n.pr.m. 1. a prince of Judah 2 Ch 17", ® £81-0(0)5. 2. a Manassite 1 Ch 12 21 , prob. (rdg. 'y, with Codd., for nans? ; van d. H. rung, ® ESra).— Vid. also t«iy. ti. [Vny] adj. voluptuous ;— fs. n}H$[ as subst. Is 47 8 , of Bab. personified, (thou) volup- tuous one.— myn iiny. 2 S 23 s , read -n« m.iy tt«n, || 1 Ch ii 11 Th WeDr, cf. Ginsb" ". fn. ^"ty n.pr.m. 1. in 'V 'JB, returned exiles Ezr 2' 5 =Nef , Ezr 8 6 , ® A8(8)w, H8(e)u>, etc. 2. a chief Ne io 17 , © H8(f)w, A8f tv . t N^"iy n.pr.m. Reubenite captain, David's time, ace. to 1 Ch 1 1 42 , ® A8(e)iva. t []"Tytt] n.[m.] dainty (food), delight ;— only pi.;— 1<$ TOP Gn 49 20 (poem) royal dainties; D % ?15?»^ D'J><*!J La4 5 those who ate (ace. <o dainties) daintily; more gen. RR} ^BfD?i) D'liyp Pr 29" he shall give delight to thy soul (|| 15?1).— TflXTSP, v. p. 588, also sub 1JJJ. II. 1*7^ (-/of foil.; cf. perh. As. edinu, plain (in word-lists), Scnr 0010 * 2 - 8 , DP' 79 '-; other views- v. Di Gn2 ' 8 ).

yv f in. |"[V n.pr.terr. (prob. associated by Heb. with I. fiy) ; — district in which lay garden of '♦, home of Adam and Eve : rj??"fl V®' Gn 2 8 , river 'VB NX' v 10 , 'Vnp-Ji? 4 16 - 'JTfa 2 16 3 2SM (all ® E8€^); cf. 'STUI Ez'36 36 Jo 2 3 and '»| Is 51' (|| 'Hi), all sim. of fertility ; D^Vf? * Ez 28", O'nWi jaa -itsto 'y <xy 3^ 'y <xy v 16 - 18 - 18 (@ Ez Jo t) rpv(j)rj ; Is jrapa'8«aor). tpy n.pr. (1 urb. et) terr. conquered by Assyria (prob. = iv. |"J5?; pointed HV, to differ- entiate from m.'y, cf.WMM A,u - Eur ®");— 'JPJ3 2 K 19" (© vlois "E8ep)=Is 37 12 (in Telassar), 'yalone Ez27 23 ( + n331 |"jri); prob. = {Bit-) Adini on Middle Euphrates Schr C0T2K1, - ls Dl Pl "»'•.— 'V n'l.v.p. 112. jTg, rmy v. iy prep, sub I. my. nyjy v. njny sub 1. py. myny v. n. "ly/ny. sub II. -ny. t t : _ I [*) TJ'] vbi remain over, be in excess, syn. of niD q.v., only PH (NH id., Aram. T"1V superior (to) ; Ar. >_i ,*£ 6e profuse, iv. Zei aWn veil, or curtain, etc.; SjJi plentifulness) ; — Qal Pt. *ni>? TO? Ex 26 12 </ie surplus (of cur- tains) <Aai remains over, so f. l" 1 ?'^'? v 12 , and l^tyn as subst. v u <Ae excess in (3) length ; I^Vn = iAe surplus of food Ex 1 6 23 , of price of field Lv 25"; '5? D , 3*iyiJ ^ose over and above, Nu 3 46 - 49 , cf. v 48 (no "7f). Hiph. Pf 3 ms. fl^yn Ex 16 18 have a surplus (of manna ; opp.^Dnn).

1- [']<*'] v k. prob. (si vera 1.) help (Aram, 

loan-word, Syr. j^, X "H5? (rare) = Heb. iry q.v.; > Thes, assuming mng. arrange, order); — Qal Inf. cstr. "ftfe 1 Ch 1 2 M (Baer Ginsb ; van d. H. v 33 ; this mng. also © 33) ; but< Codd."ifj& (cf. v 182223 , van d. H. v 17 - 21 - 22 ), so Kau Buhl ; Pt. pi. cstr. rD-iyn nny v 39 (van d. H. v 88 ), rd. T)J> (q.v. v 34 ) © Kau; see -py. T7N'H"ty n.pr.m. son-in-law of Saul (iippar. Aram, name, my help is God = Heb. PS'-ity q.v. - so Ne Am,Jour - Sem,L *° 8 ' , " la8 * 7) ' 173 HPS cf. Gray Pro ' ,N - 3M ; cf. OAram. W CIGann JA.. 1883, F.,.-M.r.. 139, So.. S J._ lS , gl9 (©Al^X. ©L E8p»jX), 2 S 2 I 8 (® 2cpu, A E<r8p», @L Efpi). til. ["n^ vb. hoe (NH ii; so Ar. (in Syria) jXs-, jjJ-*-« pick, hoe, Cuche (i«.xj«-» also Dozy" 101 "); cf. Fl KlSchr -" li28 ); — Niph. Impf. 3 ms. *n£ N? Is 5 6 t'tf (the vineyard) sAa/Z not be hoed (|p»£); 3mpl. }*rj£ i^g 7 25 which wsed <o 6e Aoed w>i<A <Ae hoe (subj. D , "} ! ?$). t"Hy?3 n.[m.] hoe Is 7 s5 , v. foregoing. till. [TT^] vb. Miph. be lacking, fail (Ar.Jj^c remain or lag behind); — Niph. Pf, all c. tO, 3 ms. Dn? i^SJ 1 S 30" not anything was lacking to them ; "^V? none was lacking

S 17 22 Is 40 26 ; of  Zp 3 1 he doth not fail; 
fs. rTJ^J?3 Is 34 16 no wild beast is lacking. Pt. 

f. rn^yj Is59 is truth has become lacking. Pi. Impf 3 mpl. T$J Wft &> 1 K 5 r they left nothing lacking. ti.TT.y n.m. 0n29 ' 2 flock, herd (NH «.; Aram. KVjI; n © r<z8fp Gn^ K (=■% v 21 ) v. Lag BN761 ', who assigns 'y therefore, plausibly, to III. "ny ( ,Xc), as lagging, loitering) ; — 'y abs. Gn32" 17 +, cstr. Ct 4 1 + ; sf. ill)? Is40 u + ; pi. frrjJI Gn 29 2 + , cstr. Tjy Mi 5 7 '+ , etc.;— 1. flock': a. of sheep, |*C 'SGn 2 9 2 (J), Mi 5', TBI 'y Jo i 18 ; cf. Gn 2 9 2 - 38 30 4 (all J), I S 17 34 Je 5 1 23 Mai i 14 ; || |N2f Ez 34 12 (sim.), Pr 27°; 4-ron3 2 Ch 3 2 28 ; B^fTjn 'y Ct6 6 = 4 2 (ins. prob. '" I ^ 1 ); sign of desolation Is 17 2 32 14 (nyip 'y), Zp 2 14 Je 6 3 , of peace 31 24 ; in sim. also Mi 2 12 Je 31'°^ 78 s2 ; fig. of Isr. Is 40 11 Je 13 20 (|| JKS), HOT 'y v 17 , so niy Zc io 3 . b. of goats, DVyn 'V Ct 4 1 6 s . c. undefined Ju 5 16 Jb 24 s Ct i 7 . 2. herds, flocks and herds : a. incl. sheep, cattle, etc., Gn 32 >7.i7-".i7.2o^ cf- v n. all E y b. specif. "^3 'y Jo i 18 .— Tjr^?'? v. p. 154 supr.

11. "H.y n.pr.m. (cf. Nab. n.pr. my= Ar. 

Ji6 Lzb 337 );— a Levite 1 Ch 23 s3 24 30 , © Ai&ad, HXa, A ®L E8e/>. t in. "^7.^ n.pr.loc. in extreme S. of Judah Jos 1 5 21 , site unknown; © Apa, AE8pai,@LE/3fp. t [~n£] n.pr.m. a Benjamite, *TJJ 1 Ch 8 15 ; © Q8,8,A Qdtp, ©L Adap. t [nttny] n.f. lentile (NH nB'iy trf. ; Low No - 140 ; Ar. J,Ii ; on formation v. Lag 8 " 60 );— pi. °'V~}V : growing 2 S 23" ; art. of food, 2 S 1 7 23 Ez 4 9 ; 'y T12 Gn 2 5 s4 ( J) pottage of lentiles. my v. to. T— T

(-/of foil.; cf. Ar. t ^i, ^li 6« 

dbsent, hidden, of sun, set / iJU hidden place, thicket, wood, so Syr. o^sL ; hence obscuring clouds, cf. NH 3y , Aram. N3<y cloud{s)). h. nj? n.!*. 1 " 9 - 1 and (i K 18 44 Ko 8 ""- 1KJ ) f. t 33 v * dark cloud, cloud-mass, thicket; — J? abs. i K i8 M + , cstr. Is 18 4 Pn6 16 ; pi. D'ay Ju 5 4 + , niay. 2 S 23 4 V' 77 18 ; cstr. 'ay 2 s 22 ' 2 * 18 12 ; s£ V?y ^, 18 13 (but prob. deb, v. nay Qal ad fin.); — 1. dark cloud : a. rain-cloud Ju 5 4 Is 5 6 i K i2,» M + 9 t. b. as high Is 14" Jb 20 6 , +Ez 19" 3 1 31014 (rdg. niay, v . n'aj?). c . chariot of' IS19 1 ^ 104 3 ; covering his eyes Jb22 14 . d. casting shadow Is 25 s , cf. 2S23 4 . e. as swift Is6o 8 , and transient 44" Jb30 15 (allsim.). f. disposed by God Jb 3 6 ffl 37 16 . g. bo ']> Is 1 8 4 cloud of dew, dew-mist (sim.). 2. (cloud-) mass, D , i? n ?' 'y 2 S 22 12 masses of clouds (en- wrapping '») = ^ 1 8 12 ( v 13 v. supr.). 3 . thicket as refuge Je 4 s9 (perh. under Aram, influence). — ay Ex 19 9 v. 'ajj sub nay. 1. ay v. p. 713 supr. f [21J*] vb. denom. Hiph. becloud, Impf.

ms. ii'jrna-nK 'JTfS iE^a ay; La 2 1 (Bu a'yn). 

•mJ' (vof foil., cf. NH id. draw a circle, !Wy (circular) ditch/ Aram. TCNO t«&; Ar. I. »i 6e crooked, curved, bent, _Lc elephant's tusk, tortoise-shell). T njy n.f . disc or cake of bread ; — abs. 'y Ho 7 s iKij" cstr. njy 19 6 Ez4 12 ; pi. niJJJ Gn 18 6 Nu 11 8 ; cstr. nJJJ Ex 12 39 ; — bread-cake, made of n^D n»j3 Gn i8 6 (J), of noj? j K 17 13 , of manna Nu 1 i 8 '(JE ; vb. Tfo), of barley Ez 4 ,2 (sim.); unleavened, niSO niy Ex 1 2 39 (E ; vb. HQK) ; D'BYl 'y 1 K 1 9 6 cake of hot-stones, i. e. baked on them ; metaph. n3»n 'b 'V Ho 7" Ephr. is a cake not turned (i. e. burnt, ruined). —On 'y v. Benz*"*- 8 "- Now*"*- 1 - 111 Kennedy emt.bii,.bbad and S y n onyms, Ib. Ci ". t [^17] vb. denom. bake (a cake ; lit. make a cake of); — Qal Impf. 2 ms. sf. 3 fs. naajJJJI (so Baer Ginsb, > van d. H. nasyn) thou .shall bake it (on form v. Ko'- 496f - Ges'* k ) Ez 4". taSyQ n.[m.] cake;— abs. 1 K 17 12 ; '?.5& '° V' 35 16 mockers o/(for) a ca&e, i. e. buffoons, but © Che al. rd. 3}& (*$) U$. tjiy and (1 K 4") 3y n.pr.m. (orig. n.pr. div.acc. to RS BOT, - 91 - 2Dd ' d - 93 ); — Og, giant king of Bashan(i. e., peculiarly, of a country, v. ES lc ), usu.+ fWO (q.v.); Nu 2 i s3 (JE), 32 s3 (P), Dt ,4 gtA4.IIMI.il 4 47 29 6 3 ,4 J 08 2 10 o 10 J2 4 jgl2.SO.81 (prob.allD), iK 4 ,9 Ne 9 !B ^i35 n 136*°; @ Qy (r^BDtsW 47 )- aaw, a» v. ajy.

ns [ inJ7] vb. prob. return, go about, re- peat, do again (Ar. oy:, SLc return, do again, IV. restore, also say again, iterate, jjlc habit; Eth. /•,£: <itm about, surround, OflKG": ctrcutt, circle ,• Syr. Pa. »oL accustom, Ethpe. Aph. be accustomed, f&» usage, ceremong, £. festival (Brock), whence Ar. j^s id., as loan-word, Era 276 ; Palm. KTy usage'hzb 337 Cook 90 ; NH I}? , and esp. «"!?= BH, akoT? /esftVaZ, $ NT?; cf. prob. As. Shaph. uS-id, he solemnly affirmed D1 HWB32 ); — only intens. : Pi. surround (cf. Eth.), Pf 3 ms. sf. 7|R + 1 1 9 61 (cf. V«aD 18 6 ). Pol'el, restore, relieve (cf. Ar. iv.), Impf. 3 ms. nniy^, c.acc.pers.i//i46 9 (||npe>,opp.n:iy), 147 6 (opp. P'SB'ri). Hithpol. be restored, Impf. 1 pi. Vriyn?! i/,20 9 (+Dp, opp. i>S3; @ dmp&Utwln). Til? and (14 t.: Fr"* 268 ) "*, subst. a go- ing round, continuance, but used mostly as adv. ace. still, yet, again, besides : with sf. 'jniy (with appar. verbal form, like WN : Ol' 222 * Sta 1362b Kb"'" 4 -" 1 - 360 Ges i100 - 6 ), fDtsi 27 J0S14 11 1S20 14 , niy tGn 4 8 15 ^io 4 33 139 18 146 2 ; 11^ Gn 4 6 30 + 4t., f. Tjtt tiKi"; Vp Gn i8 M + 20 1. (never iniy), ttfp tiKi a , nniy tls 2 8 4 ; tfp fEx 4 18 Est 6 14 , 3 fpl. njniy tLa4 17 Kt (Qr 1 pi. W$S)} there occur also '?« niy 1 2 S 14 32 Dn 9 202 ', and DH niy fls65 24 :— 1. as adv. : a. (a) expressing coniinMcmce, persistence, usu. of the past or present, still, yet, Gn 18 22 moy WTffl DnnaSl and A., he was still standing before '*• (note oft. so wniy after cas. pend., 44 14 1 S 1 3' 1 K 1 2 2 Je 33 1 2 Ch 34 s ), 2 9 7 b^li DV.n my fn the day is still high, 31" ' ti oa'aK niyn, v 27 4s 3 EX4 18 9 2 NU19 13 Ju6 24 8 20 1K20 51 «0 «niyn; 2 Si 4 32 (but Ko'"- 658 ny), 18 14 ; Is 5 s6 ma: in; nijn ; 10 s3 nbj?^ aba Di»n niy still to-day (such is his haste) will he tarry in Nob ; 1 K 2 2 44 D'nan? Dyn my the people were still sacrificing, etc. (so 2 K i2 4 +); 2 S i* "a *vfa) my-b^a, Jb 27 s (v. i>a If); Mi 6 10 (v. i]lb end, and Ke ; but also We Now) ; La 4 17 the sf. is anticipatory, either of eyes (Kt) or our (Qr ©), poet, for «TJJ niy nib ; but Dys Lbhr al. rd. HD ny for % Bi 1 Wild simply niy. 2 Ch 14 6 rd. either Uniy (sf. 1 pi. antic, of U*Jfi?), or niy. Twice, peculiarly, tO niy still not (Germ, noch nicht) i.e. not yet (in class. Heb. CTJO), Je 40 5 3W^ OT Wniy, 2 Ch

33 raaa 1 ; u^an tsb avn niyi (the vb. fin. on 

ace. of t6). Sq. ), Nu 11 33 pa umy n'uo.n Dya mn " HK1 . . .' DfW0 the flesh was *<i«  between their teeth . . ., and (=whm) etc., ■w

"W (cf. V 78 30 '- Jb 8 1S ); and oft. in the phr. (Dnano) -bid ("w Diiy) *sniy he (they, etc.) was (were) still speaking, and ( = when) etc., Gn 29' nso bmi noy lait? tt"nj>, i K i 22 - 42 2 K

s3 Est 6" Dn 9 2021 , so . , . m liy Jb 1 16 -' 7 ( + v 18 

for 1?) : and of the future/i K r 14 Is 65" (liy yot?K y» ttiaio an) ; c f. Ex 9 17 . (6) Expressing addition or repetition, still, yet, more, Gn 7 4 rune* 1157 D'cS* '3 after yet seven days, 8 1012 29 2730 minx V20 5732* 115?, 45 6 2 K 6 K Is i 5 Hb 2 3 ij?ia^ pin liy <3 ( c f. Dn 10" 1 i 2 - 27 •*), Je 1 3 s7 liV 'DD nnx after how long still f with stress on the idea of continuance, Gn 46"° ^]3»1 liy V1NW i>5> H»U gromgr on (AV. a jrood wAt'Ze), Ku I 14 , ^ 84 s -[MiT 1157 they will be still prais- ing thee, Jb 34 s ; with lij) prefixed foremph., Ex 11 1 'b bs nux ins jjm ny, is 49 s " 56 s iiy "U1 pap_K, Ez 8 13 ' 5 ^ 42" 92 1S +; in the phr. 1 BJ7D li5? sq. pf. consec., tEx 17 4 vfofffl 0]10 liy yet a little, and they will stone me, Ho i 4 Jesi 33 , cf. ^37 10 , Isio 26 29 17 ; simil. Jon 3 4 (cf. 1iy3 Is 2 1 16 ), 2CI110 5 (but see © and || 1 K 1 2 6 ) ; liy . , , it? no more, both of the past, as Ex 2 3 Jos 5 112 1 K 10 s , and of the fut., as Gn 1 7 5 '* 10V 11V IW **?, 32" Dt 31 2 Is 2 4 30 20 62 4 Je 3 ls + oft., t6 . . . liy Gn 8 12 ; so with P« Is 23 10 Je io 20 48 s + 74 9 al. b. When the continuance is limited by its nature to a single occurrence, liy becomes = again, Gn 4 26 9" liy lt» ^3 rtjfl tb, 18 29 laip liy n? s l and he added still to speak, i.e. he spake yet again (so oft. with *1PJ ; v. 1/), 24 20 l"iy prn and she ran again, 29=° liy inni, 35 9 37 9 Ex3 15 4 6 Dt3 26 1 S io M + oft.; with liy prefixed, Ho 12'° Je 31 4 " 3 32 15 33 1213 ; liy . . . X7 not again, no more, Dt 13 17 '34 10 . c. Still, moreover, besides (not in temporal sense); Gni9 12 nB"P *D liy whom hast thou here besides? 43" nx D3^> liyn Am 6 10 ; iSio ffi S3n tJ"X D?n liy is there still a man come hither] (sc. besides ourselves : but © We al. D?D. Kari e*xn), 16 11 [Ogn iXE>iiy, 18 8 nsi^on -]X 6 "m,

K22 79 2 K 4 6 $g liV pX, Is 5 4 Je 36 s2 Ez 20 27 

23 38 36 37 Pr9 9 A j; CI2 9 lCn29 3 2 Chi7« + ; liy pxi and there is none besides, t Dt 4 39 (cf. v 35 ), 1K8 60 Is 45"-> 4 -i»- 22 (cf. v 21 ), 4 6 9 Jo 2 27 ; liy »pfiX1 <3X fls 47 810 Zp 2 16 . . With prefixes:— ta. liya, lit. in the continuance of . . ., i.e. (a) while yet: Gn 25" 'n Wliya while he was yet alive, Dt 3 1 27 2S12'"

  • 0 1^ ^iVa, Is 28 4 ^ 39 2 Jb 29 s ; niya alone,

= so long as I live, + 1 04 33 1 4 6 2 ( || »na) ; 2 S 3 s5 D1TI nya, Je 15 9 dbv nya, Pr 31 16 . (6) within yet, usu.of time, Gn 40 13 1J1 Hfc O'DJ wV liya within yet three days, etc., v 19 Jos 1" Is 7" 21 16 rif liya (sq. pf. cons.), Je28 3 " AmV; but also of distance, Gn 4 8 7 Kn!> pX ni33 liya nmsx (cf. 35 16 'mi ny mi); cf. SI 2 vhw nyai [3j33]ni> TOX. b. tliVO, lit. /row the con- tinuance of . . ., only in the phr. (Iliy?) 'liVD 1?n DVn iy ever since I was (thou wast) unto this day, Gn 48 15 Nu 22 30 . t-ni7, Tliy n.pr.m. (restorer);— © Q8i;S, A8a8 : 1. 'lyj? Wi]jj 2 Ch 15 1 , so read also v 8 (MT liy alone). 2. liy a prophet 2 Ch 28 s .

  • ty n.m. Dt ■ 6 witness (prob. fr. reiterating,

hence emphatically affirming); — 'y abs. Gn 31*+, cstr. Ex 20 16 +; sf/IJ? Jb 16 19 ; pi. D'lJ? Nu 35*° + , cstr. *$ ^2-j a 35"; sf. *ff Is 43 10 -' 2 , etc.; — 1 1. witness, testimony, evidence, of things: heap of stones Gn 3i 44 - 48 ' 62 (JE), torn animal Ex2 2 12 (E), song of Moses Dt 31 1921 (J), law-book v 26 (D), witness of against Israel ; altar E. of Jordan, c. P?, Jos 22 27 - 28 - 34 (P), cf. Is 19 20 ; Job's evil condition Jb 16 8 ; the moon Zr89 38 . 2. icitness, a person : fa. God, in heaven for Job Jb 16 19 ; on earth, for Samuel 1 S i2 55 + v 6 © Th and most, Jeremiah Je 42 s ; see also 1 S 20 12 (ins.lj? bef. '» @ Dr Bu Kit L6hr HPS); against persons Je 29 s3 Mai 3*, nations Mi i 2 ; between (p3) persons Gn 31 60 (E). b. Davidic dyn., to nations Is 55 4 . c. witnesses, of transfer of property Je 32 101225 ' 44 , betrothal Ru4 91011 ; usu. of testimony in court, and in civil and social relations, c. a against, Nu 5 13 Jos 24 s 1 S i2 6 + , c. Dip rise up against ^ 27^ 35 11 ; +? ^i^ *ty n ?V answer (in court) as a false witness against Ex 2o' 6 = NIB* iy Dt 5 17 , Pr25 18 ; tDny 'ab Nu 3 5 30 (P); t(D , )1». ^J? Dt 17 66 at the mouth of witnesses, so I9 15-16 . — False witness is ipj* 'V Ex 20 16 Dt i 9 1818 ^2 7 12 Pr6 19 14 6 ; D" 1 "!^ 'V 12 17 19 59 ; D'3T3 'y 21 28 ; D3n 1 24 s8 ; ftff?^ I9 28 ; DOPt '^witness of (i.e. supporting) violence Ex23'(E) Dti9 16 ^35 n . Faithful witness is D^IBN 'V Pri4 5 ; nm'y Je42 5 Pri4 25 . f 11. mS n.f . testimony, witness, of things (only E);— Gn 2 1 30 31 52 Jos 2 4 S7 - ,7 (J uses 1? for feminine things). — 1. nlj> v. iy t [l^^Jjvb.^enom^erber 421 ) bear wit- ne aa; — fl al Impf. 1 s. s£ flW La 2 13 Kt; my

P» < Hiph. Qr Bu. Hiph. P/. 3 ms.Tjn 2 k r? 15 Mai 2"; *iyn Gn 43 s ; 2 ms. n'Typ Ne 9 94 ; nrft?n Ex 19 23 ; 1 s. 'rfryn Dt 4 M Je 42 19 ; 3 mpUTyn Ne 9* etc.; 7mp/.^*l 2 K 17" Zc 3 6 ; 3 fs. sf. >3TJ!FI1 Jb 29"+ 15 t. ^apfU-/«/.-a6«-" l J?9-Qn 43 s +4 t.; Imv. ^y^ Ex 19*' + 2 t. Imv. P<. "vyt? Dt 32 46 .- — 1. testify,, bear witness, c. sf. against one 1 K21 1013 ; in favour of Jb 29 11 La 2 B (Qr); c. I'? Mai 2". 2. cause to testify, take as witness, c. ace. pers. Is 8 2 Je 32 1025 ' 44 ; call as witness, invoke, c.acc. jnsn nsi D'EBTI nx -r 2 again*/* Dt 4 26 30 19 31 28 ./ 3. protest, affirm solemnly, warn: subj. men, abs. Je 6 10 Ne 1 3 15 ; c. 3 pers. Gn 43" (J) Ex 19 s1 (E) 1 S g 9.9 j K 2 « 2 Q h 24 19 Ne 9 26 j 3 21 Jg 42 19 Am glS. exhort solemnly, admonish, charge, '» subj., c. 3 pers., Ex 1 9 s3 (J) Dt8 19 2K17" Ne 9 29 - 30 Jen 7 -" Zc 3 s >// 50 7 8 1 9 ; enjoin solemnly, c. 3 pers. + ace. rei nilj? 2 Ki7 ls Ne9 34 , Dnm Dt 3 2 46 . Hoph. P/. 3 ms. "Ijnni consec. Ex 21 29 (E) impers. and protest be entered, c. 3 pers. fin. [my] n.f. only pi. MT testimonies (always of laws as divine testimonies or solemn charges);— pi. abs. JV7JJ Dt 4" 6 20 ; sf. (of '*), ♦rty x// 132 12 (Ges 591 -), vrf-rs Dt 6 17 f 25 10 99 7

  • , VrrtTJ? 78 56 J ftpS pji II9 »2.24.46.59.79.9i.ll9.125.

i 38 .i46.i5 2 .i , 67.i68( MT pointing artificial, der. prob. fr. HViy, reading JTiy for n*lV, or regarding mj? as contr. from niny , pi. of WIJ [Sta» 320b SS Buhl] ; v. also Dr m 4 ' 46 ; Dt 4* 6 17 ' 20 are redactional). t/YTiy and mjl n.f. testimony;— '5? • 19 V 27 abs. Ex i6 M + , cstr. V i9 8 +; pi. sf. fOVjg 119" + , vn^V Je 44 23 + 4 t.; — 1. testimony of the Ten Words on the tables as a solemn divine charge, T»l rihb Ex 31 18 32 15 3 4 M (P), 'yn 25 161 " 4O 20 (P); ark as containing tables, 'PH |hx 25 s2 26 s3 - 34 3 o 6M 39 3S 4 o 3 - 6 - 21 Nu 4 6 7 s9 (all P), Jos 4 16 (JE;Kuen' r Grt[ag.himDi],8oBennSteuernag), '£> pan Ex 3 i 7 (P); abbrev. 'Vn »Jb£ 16 34 30 36 Nu I7 19 - 25 (P); '3?n i>y Ex 27 s1 (= 'j?n Lv 24 3 ),

8 Lv i6 ,3 (P); tabernacle as containing ark 

of testimony, 'yn ptp'o tabernacle of the testi- mony EX38 21 Nu i 60 - 53 - 53 io 11 (P); so 'yn 5>ni< " 17 2223 i8 2 (P) 2 Ch 2 4 6 . 2. the code of law in gen. (late), as a testimony of God : 1// 19 8 1 19 86 122 4 ; || ni> 78 s ; ||ph 81 8 . In titles, - ^y 'y JBhtf yj, 6o 'y tM»"EO^ 8o'= melody whose first line cp. law as testimony to a choice flower. Special laws of the code are denoted by pi.; +rrip>n e tc. 1 K 2 3 2 K 23 3 = 2 Ch34 31 (+D'pn etc.), Je44 ra ; D^Hetc. iCb.29 19 ; ni^ONeg 34 ; pi. of contents of covenant 2 K 1 7 15 ; pi. elsewh. yjr 1 1 9 H.31.3«.99.1U.129.1«.157_ y id a l s0 m pnjj] _F r nnyn 2 K 1 i I2 =2 Ch 23" rd. prob. Tfrvpfn ( c f. 2 S i' 10 We al.). Trn^iyn n.f. testimony, attestation; — . testimony, prophet, injunction, || rnifl Is 8 1620 . . attestation, Bu 4' {> fixed usage Buhl LM ).

1. [HI,!/] vb. bend, twist (so Ar. Uyfi); — 

Hiph. Pf.l s. t*Bp Is 2 1 3 >//38 7 ; P<. cstr. HSp Pr 1 2 8 ; f. cstr. r$£ 1 S 20 30 (but rd. rny? ® We Dr SS Bu HPS); — be bent, bowed down, twisted, || nne* V38 7 ; II ^B3 Is 21 s ; nb niga Pn 2 8 on«  perverted of mind. Pi. P/. 3 ms. niy, subj. '< : — La 3" my paths hath he twisted; U] Is 24 1 its swr/ace wiM Ae distort (|| H? n Pi? 3 ')- Hiph. Pf. 1 s. VJJSP "^ Jb 33 27 the right have I per- verted (1| Non'); so 3 pi. nrn-ns iiyn Je 3 2 '. fi. illy n.f. distortion, ruin ; — i"ljy rny njowt njg Ez 2 1 32 (cf. Vn. is 24'). • □ >i yiy n. pi. abstr . distorting, warp- ing (for *a*%ffy',— 0<yjj rvn Is i 9 » temper of distorting, i.e. warped judgment. t ">y n. [m.] ruin, heap of ruins ; — ']} abs. Jb 30 24 , cstr. Mi I 6 ; pi. V*V (Aram, form) 3 12 , but Q'jy in the quotation Je 26 18 , and ty 79 1 . tiya n.[m.] ruin (si vera 1.);— "y» HJTH npBD consec. Is 17' Damascus shall become a ruinous heap (but del. 'D ® Lag Che SS Buhl). II. TV)}/ (•/of foil., cf. Ar. ijyi err from the way, Eth. 0??: err ; distinct from I. my, cf. Lag" 1 - *"■ Dr 1820 - 30 Gerber 90 ). t py n.m. b 22 ' 14 iniquity, guilt, or punish- ment of iniquity; — 'y abs. Ex 2i 43 +; jiiy 2 K 7 9 f 5 1 7 ; cstr. fi? Gn i 5 16 + ; W 1 Ch 2 i 8 ; sf. •Oiy Gn 4 13 + (2 S'i6 12 read ^y3),'^iy Ho 9 7 + ; ^iy ^i03 s ; njiy Nu 15 31 (Ges S91e ), etc.; pi. n«^y abs. x// I30 3 + , cstr. Jb is^+j rtty abs. x|/ 65 4 , cstr. Lv 16 21 + ; sf. V^?^ Is 42?, Q^niiy Nai^+.etc; alBoTJ^Eza8 B ; U^Ib64*+, etc. (SS doubt all these); — 1. iniquity, Jb 15 3 20 27 Je 11 10 14 7 16 17 La 2 14 Ez 7 13 ; || nNtsn 1 S 20 1 Jb 1 3 23 Is 5 18 43 24 59 2 Je 5 25 16 10 La 4 6 ,3 Dn 9 16 H04 8 1 3 12 ; || yE>B Jb u 1 ^! 33 + 107 17 IS50 1 53 s ; || notPN Ezr 9 6 - 713 ; njn Jb 22 6 Ho 7 1 . a. "Tiy? 'y Jb 13 26 iniquities of my youth; 3"in 'y 1 g™ iniquities calling/or the sword; (D^'pS 'V 3 1 11 - 28 iniquity for (to be punished by) judges; brtiy 'ne* Ho io 10 (so rd.Vrss Hi al.); 'y3 »3

ram stumble by iniquity Ho 5 5 14 2 ; cf. '5? MsjOD Ez

» i 4 >« 18 30 44 12 ; pjrW> Dt 19' 5 ; 'yo monrN 
S 2 2 24 = •f 1 8 24 ; Nt3n-lB'S py Ho 1 z b. twi- 

quity as recognized, 'y yT 1 S 3" Is 59" Je 3 13 14 s0 ; confessed, 'y minn Lv 16 21 26 40 "°(P), Ne 9 2 ; 'y Tin V' 38 19 ; 'y nD3 N7 32 s ; brought to remembrance, 'y "vatn Nus I6 (P) 1 K 17 18 Ez 2i 2829 29 M ; causing shame, 'y» W^JR Ez43' ; turned from,'yo Sit? Dn9 13 , cf. 'yn a^n Mai 2 6 . c. (1) phrases of punishment : ?y 'y ipo Ex20 5 = Dt5»,Ex34 7 Nui4 ,8 (J),Lvi8 25 (H)2S 3 8 Is 13 11 26 21 Je 25 12 36 31 Am 3 s ; without by, Lm 22 ,

'y npa V' 8 9 M ; Jb 1 1 6 v. II. [KtW] ; 'y 7y ~B> 

ifr 39 12 chastise for iniquity; 11337'y riB* 90 8 setour iniquities before thee; 'y3 703 103 10 ; / y"10B'i30 3 ; 'y D^ Is 65" Je 16 18 32 18 ; 'y3 roDD I s I4 «; (2) of forgiveness or removal: 'y T3yn 2 S24 10 = iCh 2 i 8 , Jb7 21 Zc 3 4 ; 'y Titrn 3 9 ; 'y? n?D Ex 34' Nu 14" (J), f 25" 103 3 Je 31 34 33 8 3 6 3 ; 'y triw Ex 34 7 Nu 14 18 (J), ^32* 85 s Is 33 24 Ho 14 3 Mi 7 18 ; 'y nD Is6 7 ; 'y B>133' Mi 7 19 ; (3) of covering over, 'y 7y HD3 Ne 3 s7 ; 'V 133 i/r 7 8 19 Pr i6 6 Is22"27 9 Dn 9 24 ; 'ybynS3 Jei8 a ; 'yi93n' r S 3 14 ; (4) of cleansing from : "y» D33 ^5^; 'y nno v"; 'yo -ino Je 33 s Ez 36 s3 ; (5) of im- puting, reckoning to one: 7 'y 3C i n 2 S 19 20 V'S 22 ; (?) 'V "O? 79 8 Is64 8 Jei4 10 H08 13 9 9 ; 'y I3r + 109 14 ; 'y(?) trp3 Jb io 6 Je 50 20 ; (6) 'yD ms ^ 1 30 8 ransom from iniquity. . Guilt of iniquity (not always easy to disting. from 1 ; SS give more, Buhl fewer, sub );— 1| rvnyin EZ36"; || m Is.59 3 ; || Don Ez 9 9 ; iiya 'y Jos 22" (P); did 'y Ez 16 49 ; iyss 'y Is57 17 ; DJiy -W EZ4 4 ; ^ ^tfjj Dri33 J e 2 s2 <Ae guilt of thine iniquity is marked before me; 'y HSO Gn 4 4 16 (E) f36 3 . a. 3 'y : guilt of iniquity upon one Nu 15 3 ' (P) 1 S 20 8 2 S 14 32 ; $T> »b Jb 33 9 (|| m); py->73 f 59 s without my guilt, b. guilt, as great, increased: Jiy 3T Je 13 22 30" 15 Ez 2 8 18 Ho 9 7 ; 'V D^-^Gn i5 16 (J); i&tii ray 'y ^38'; *53»' 1 •apy 'y 49 6 ; <3Wfrn 'y 4 o 13 ; ♦jbVffl 'y 6 5 4 ; "y 133 by is i 4 ; np?j 'y3 Ez 33 6 . c. as a condition, 'y3 • c. Tl77in was I brought forth ^51'; c. JW expire Jos 22 20 (P) j c. mo die Je 3 1 30 Ez 3 1819 1 8 17 ' 8 33 s9 . . Consequence of, or punishment for, ini- quity (SS include most of these under 2, and do not recognize 3 ; Buhl thinks this meaning rare, giving only Gn4 13 IS5 18 );— '» V.k ^ nn 1313 iS 28 10 no punishment shall happenunto thee for, etc.; 'y NBO bear the punishment for ini- quity of others Ex 2S 38 Lv io 17 {take away 'y Di Now"- 23Sn )i6 2S Nu 3 o 16 (P), Ez 4 4 - 5 - 6 ; 'y3i8 19a>20 ; one'sown, Ex28 43 Lv5 117 7 18 17" 19 8 20 1719 22" Nu 5 31 i4 34 i8 11 - 23 (P),Ezi4" , 44 1012 ; NltMD'y 7VTI Gn 4 13 (J) my punishment is greater than I can bear; njiy i"IS"0 Is 4o"her ]>unishmentis accepted, cf. 'y nm Lv 26 4143 (H); 'y «K3f01 2 K fjwnish- ment will overtake us ; 'y 7y 'y run ^ 09 28 a<fti punishment to their punishment ; 73D* Kin 'y Is 53 11 t/(e consequences of their iniquities he shall bear, cf. «|>3D 'y La 5 7 ; 'y 13 jrjan Is 53 s ; 'yo DJ53 /;-e«rf from punishment Nu 5 31 (P) Jb io 14 ; pyn ^N Q i S 25 s4 on me the punishment ; 'yn 'by 2 S 14 9 ; 'y3 c. various vbs.: Gni9 15 (J) Lv 26 39S9 (H) + 31 11 106 43 Je 51 6 Ez 4 17 7 16 24° 39 23 ; fp 'y ny 21 3034 35 s -; see also: Pr 5 s2 (|| nNOn ^30), Is 3 o 13 64" La 4 K Ez 4 4 1 4 IO - 10 3 2 s7 . r[n1S?] vb. denom. (Gerber 90 ) commit iniquity, do wrong (Aram. 'iy commit sin, N;iy! «w,cf.Levy!,HWB1 "- 626 );— Qal (late) P/. 3 fs. nniy Est i 16 she Juith done wrong (c. ?y); 1 pi. yiy Dn 9 s we have committed iniquity (|| K^ n )- Hiph. commit iniquity; — Pf 3 ms. niyn 2 S

20 , 1 s. wyn 2 4 17 (|| Nori); x p i. myn'iks 47 

= 2 Ch 6 37 , ^'io6 6 (all || KOP!); /«/. a6s. nij!n Je 9 4 , c»«r. sf. Wyn 2 s 7 14 .— Jb 33 c7 v. I. niy." ■f 11. ri'iy, n^iy u.pr.loc. city conquered by Assyrians ;— njy 2 K 1 7 M (van d. H. Wy)=njy 18 34 i 9 ,3 =Is 37 13 ; © A«.(„), Am, and ( 2 T K 19 13 ) OvSov, A Aura, ©L Away, etc.; site in N. Syria Wkl Altt»t.Un tOT .102J. Benz . Sachau ZA,ll( l 8 8 7 ) .« prop- Emma (Tab. Pent.) ="l^a Ptol v - ,5 ' 15 , mod.' Imm betw. Antioch and Aleppo. — 1. njy v. sub I. my. t[^y] adj.gfent. only pi. D^yn as subst., inhab. of 11. njy 2 E 17 31 (another D^y infr.). t'ij,* n. v. Ty sub rty. I" [nJ'Jj HI' v ^- take or seek refuge (Ar. jjj;, jIp <ai« refuge, seek protection, jlij a refuge) ; — Qal Inf. cstr. TiyD3 Tiy? Is 30 2 (||3 Torh). Hiph. bring into safety, Pf. 3 mpl. Wyn Is io 3 ', obj. ran., and so Imv. mpl. ir'yrt Je 4 6 , 3-i.i5D Myn 6 1 ; c. ace, ms. TJ?n Ex 9". tfiyQ n.m. Ju6 ' 26 place or means of safety, protection (MT sfs. as if from try, but prob. erron., cf. Buhl LM13 Ges' 85 ") ;— 'o abs. Ju 6 26 + , cstr. Is 30 2 + ; sf. *VtSQ 2S22 33 (but rd. s rS^0 as ||f 18 33 ), 'flso ^ 3 i 3 +, vya Is27 5 + , iflyo ^52" + , niyo Dun 10 , etc. (rd.prob. niVD, etc.); pi. D^yo v 38 ^ 9 , sf. mJiyD Is 23", read ?*($» (Ges sac Cne H.b.Hp«. a i. . 'j eL d . 1 in a li )V . T supr.);— "y

)W3 . lit. place cf safety Ju 6™, hence (c. collat. idea of strength, as if fr. TTV) = fastness Is 23 1114 (in v" Che Heb - Hl "- prop. D?tfnp y0M r (%), Ez

s5 30 16 Dn ii 7W -", 'Brt'cHpsn v 31 , ^sao 

D^yjD v 39 ; O'n 'D i.e. harbour Is 23 4 , but del. OlDuChe^'-; 3*>CO'DNa3 u ; cf.'O ^ Is 1 7 9 . . a. fig., of God ('■>) as refuge Na i 7 V' 27 1 31 5 3V 39 52' Is 25"* Jo 4 16 , 'DUS^ nVDI MS? 'i Je i6 19 , irreto niyie* 'd ^ 2 8 8 (i| "iy/); so '» "i«  Isi7 10 ^3i'/° V$*« 43 2 ; also'iyoa pgp 1327 s let him lay hold of my refuge (me as refuge); cf. D31VD ton "> nnn Ne 8 10 , "• 'VTJ en!? t) Pr 10^' b. of a heathen god, OWD $f?$ Dn n^rd. ClhD cz'^'es Che I • ,a • , • Heb ■ H, "•). 3. fig. of human protection, njinS 'D Is 30 23 (both || b'S any?); 'K'wSi 'O DnBK ^6o 9 = io8 9 , i.e. my helmet; also (of angel) Dn n 1 (|| P-fiJ©). b'ny v. 11. by. fa^V n.pr. 1. gent. T*n people on SW. coast of Mediterr. before the O^nB? (q.v.) came Dt2 23 , and remaining thereafter Jos 13 3 (D 2 ), © Evawi. 2. loc. 'in city in Benj. Jos 18 23 (= , ?n 1), ® A«iv, A« v .— Vid. also [*#] supr. tn^y n.pr .loc. inEdomGn36 35 =Qn Ch i 46 (Kt nvy) ; ® r<66ain, but ®L 1 Ch i 46 e.h0. fl. [7^] vb. give suok (Ar. J-i, JU grit-e suc& (while pregnant); cf. Aram. JJck. /be- tas, sucking child ; JLiL/oa 7 ., so Eth. 0V6ii Talm. !"ITy ; — Qal Pt. fpl. ni?V giving suck, of cows 1 S 6 710 ; ewes V' 78 71 and (fig. of returning exiles) Is 40"; of both Gn 33 13 ( J )- TTiy n.m. sucking child, suckling; — cstr. D'P' 'V IS65 20 a suckling of days, i.e. a few days old ; sf. aSw 49 16 (|| BJBTJ?). II. 7"J? (v^of foil. ; cf. Ar. Jys, JU feed, nourish; v. Wetzst in De'"" 6,11 ). + l - h^V] »•»»• young boy ;— pi. tifty Jb 19"; sf. 0n^1J| 2 1 u .—ii. Hi| sub III. bw. III. 7"),^ (-/of foil., cf. Ar. J^c, JU deetafe /row (right course); Aram.^.ax Aph. act un- justly, and many deriv., fcO^V. unrighteousness; Eth. OrtcD: pervert, corrupi. T7iy n.m. injustice, unrighteousness (opp. njT1X);_'y Lvi 9 15 +; cstr. ^| Ez 28 ,s (van d. H. by, but v. Baer Ginsb); sf. fyy 18 50 ";—^ ntoy Lvi9 1535 (H) Dt 25" Ez 3 M l8 24.26.26 33 13..S.15.18. /j, Ijyg, Jb 3 4 32 ; '» ►O^

  • 53 s (II n ^ M 2 ); 'V BDE' 82 s ; 'V E*K Pr 29";

"B33 '» ^7 4 ;3 'V KSD Je2 s , read prob. also Ez 28 15 (for MT nrbiv); tv> xvh 'yo 18 8 ; bm ^nb-i 28 >8; of God, & px (II njTOK) Dt 3 2 4 ; 'yo nbbn Jb 34 10 .

7W vb. denom. (Gerber 31 ) act wrong- 

fully;— Pi. Imp/. 3 ms. bjf^ Is26 10 (opp. nWto); p<. biyo f 7 1 4 (+J"S^, || V?n). triply n.f. Jbu ' 14 (1 m. Mai 2 6 Ko"- 2 - 453 '" 464 Ez 28 15 [nni>1SJ; but'y only here Ez, error for b)V] questioned by SS, v. Albrecht ZAWxv,(1896, ' u7 ) in- justice, unrighteousness, wrong; — 'y ^ 37 1 + 24 t., +1. nbty Is 6 1 8 (rd. prob. rbr$); nrfty. ^ 1 25 s 92" (Qr) 4- 2 t.; nT$y v 16 (Kt) Jb 5 16 ; pi. ni?ij? ^ 58 s 64 7 ; — 1. violent deeds of injustice, "^8 V.3 2 S 3 s4 7 10 = 1 Ch 1 7 9 ; '!)-[? ^ Sg 23 , cf. "£8 *3| Ho io 9 (rd. njflp Now); 'j» noiD bN( f 43'j 'y3 Is 61 8 ; II ai Mi 3 10 Hb 2 11 ; 'y ntry ^37>Z P3 513 ; 'y !>jrtl ^58' 119 3 Jt^ 23 ; ^ DH < 'y3 ^c 1 25 s . 2. injustice of speech : 'V ">3T Jbi3 7 2 7 4 ; ram 'y nawb Is 59 s ; 'y wdhi Jb 6 30 ; riBba nvd3 vb 'y Mai 2 6 ; n'a nxsp 'y ^r 1 07 42 Jb 5 16 . 3. injustice, in general, ^64' Jbe 29 11 14 15 16 22^ 24 20 , + 36 s3 (for MT n^iy) ace. to ® Di Bu Du al., Pr 22 s Ho io 13 ; of God, fa 'y s6 V' 92 ,6 ; 'y " Dy f*f 2 Ch i 9 7 . f 11. TfTJ> n.m. unjust one, Jb 16" (v. foil.). tS^y n.m. unjust, unrighteous one; — esp. of oppressive ruler Zp 3 s Jb 18 18 2 7 7 (II *tT), 2 9 17 3 l3 (II 5S , "^ S ) ; P rob - also l6 " (for MT ^1J|, soDi; || t3»VBn). . [n^iy] v. 11. i«j*. 11. rh'w v. ni>y. ^biy, bb>y v. 11. H»». oSiy v. aby.

T T 

t{?W] '■*■ dwell (prob.; -/ of foil. ; Ar. u} £, yl* is «H£por«, A«Zp, v. esp. Fl^- 8 " 1 *- 1 - »«J ; _ Qal P/. 3 fs. consec. Hjyi (rd. njyi ?) Is 1 3 22 and jackals shall dwell, etc. (on agreement v. Ges »" 6k ; || ptf v 21 ), so ® Buhl ; Che Heb - H,rt - wttSB'*); >©3;q3alVlV.™y.— ^87 7 v.!^V D - f 1. lij)D n.[m.] dwelling, habitation; — abs. 'D f 7 T i 3 + , cstr. pV» Je 25 30 + , sf. I^PO ^ 9 1 9 , eta ; — 1. Zair of jackals Je 9 10 io 22 49 s3 5 1 37 (all of desolated cities) ; rfnij 'D Na 2 12 (II "Vl 1 ?; fi g- of Nineveh). 2. dwelling of '■> : pya

f^cy b. in heaven IBhi? 'D Dt 26 15 cf. Je 25 30 (|| Dn»), Zc 2 17 Vr 68" a Ch 30 s7 . b. in temple JV3 '» ^ 26 s , WVO 2 Ch 36" (only here alone).* 3. fig. of' as abode of his people, 'D "TOf ^71', 'D alone 90 1 91 9 . — 'o 1 S z as! is unintellig. (v. Conim.), poss. rd. J^VD (eyeing [enviously], v. p» denom.) Klo HPS.'cf. © Bu. njitfa Zp 3 7 is difficult in context, © We Now rd. n'Jpyo (cf. Jos 9 23 2 S 3 s9 ). fn. pJ?Q n.pr. 1. loc. in Judah Jos 15 55 (P), iS 25 s (© Mann, Mawv), now Main (Buhl Geop.i63 and reff ^ 8 mi i es g of Hebron ; hence 'O nann 23 24 - 25 - 25 , so rd. also 25' (for MT pss) © Th We Dr Bu Klo Kit Lbhr; cf. 2. m. in Judah 1 Ch 2 46 •*, © MtwK, Maoiv. 3. gent. Ju 1 o 12 named with Sidonians and Amalek as ancient foes of Isr. ; poss. intended by writer as = D'OiyD q. v. p. 589 supr. ; many read fj"10 (® BA ©L MaSia^) ; v. GFM.— fijn? v. ^3 n ; 3 |ij)tp p. 1 1 1 supr.; 1 Ch 4" v. D^SH? p. 589. tr"Oi?ft n.f. id.; — 1. den, lair of wild beasts' of TB|, inj'yD Am 3 4 , so pi. abs. ni3iyn Jb 38 40 (|| naDJ, s f. nniivo v 104"; cstr. nijyn JlinK Ct4 8 ; vni'VD Naa M (|| vnh; of nn«', fig. of Nineveh) ; of n;n in gen., faftl n'rt)iy»3 J° 37 s (II 3 v^) j so appar. fig- of men, hunted by *, WrwtyD J e 2 1 13 , fig. also of '> dwelling in temple, sg. sf., li'? a iroiyo ^ 76 s (|| iMO), 2. fig. D^ *r^S n JJ"? Dt 33 w </;e anct'eni GW is a dwelling-place (for his people ; cf. I. pyo 3). "hnJiyQ n.pr.m. name in Judah iCh 4 14 , © Ma(a))va8fi. t[n3iy] Qr, [TtTV] Kt n.f. only sf. Ho io'°: Qr pi. Drtiy Baer, eg. Droty Ginsb; > Dffry Kt ; but rd. Drfliy, v . ity 1 a. p. 730. pi? Kt rSi8'v. ^y. "V*)V v. sub I. my. fL *W vb. fly (NH id., (r&ie) flicker, flutter, e)iy fowl; Aram. NBiy, JaoiL id.; Eth. /*¥: trf-. - Ar. <_ il£ augury, from birds (cf. ■yy e Heid.2,«fi^ f or t un e, t—i.c, >_ilc 'practice au- gury, 1 »ilc augur; also 1 >jc, 1 — i^e-fly about, of birds);— Qal P/. 3 mpl. «V1 consec. Is 11"; Impf. 3 ma. tf9J Jb 20 8 V9 lS + Pr2 3 6b Qr ( > Kt fjiyi [van d. H.], or^'yi [Ginsb]) ; *0 2 S 22" = -f 18 11 , Na 3 16 , nvh Is 6 6 ; 3 fs. ^"(n) Pr 23 6m Kt (v. infr.) ; 3 fpl. nrp>n I s 60 8 , etc.; /n/. c«<r. *|W Jb 5 7 Pr 2 6 2 ; P<. fs. nay Zc5 12 ; pi. nisy Is 31';— 1. a., fly, of birds Dt 4 17 , specif, of swallow (in sim.) Pr 26' (|| 70) ; of seraph Is 6 6 (cf. Pol.) ; '» riding (33"l) on cherub 2 S 22" = ^ 18"; roll (in vision) Zc 5 12 ; arrow V 9 1 ' "> oi swift army Is 1 1 14 (under fig. of bird, sq. ID??) Hb i 8 (sim. of vulture) ; fig. of ships (like cloud, or doves) Is6o 8 ; W in'33: ^vyi* Jb 5 7 make high to fly, i. e. make their flight high, soar aloft (sim. of irresistible tendency), b. hover (protectingly) IS31 6 (birds, sim. of  ; on sense cf. Dt32 n ). %-fly away, to a dis- tance, ^ 55 7 (fig. ; || "1*13 P'O'lK v 8 ) ; ss vanish, of locusts Na i 16 (fig.); nvg&n f|«p 1W| Pr 2 3 5b (Q 1 *) s ' m - °f riches (v. Toy); of wicked Jb20 8 (Don?); end of life, in gen., nay?! ^90'°.— *pynn Pr23 5 * Kt, do thine eyes fly (light) upon it 1 (TV?!] Hiph. Qr dost thou cause thine eyes to fly, etc. ?) is difficult, and line perhaps not original (v. Toy). Pol. l.fly about, to and fro ; Impf. 3 ms. 1?^ of birds Gni 20 (P); seraphim Is6 2 ; Ft. *]BiyD f|T& flying fiery serpent Is 14 29 30 6 . 2. cause to fly to and fro, brandish, Inf. cstr. sf. 'BBiya 'a'ln Ez 32 10 when I brandish my sword before them. Hithpol. Impf. 3 ms. qsiyiT ejiya D"1133 Ho 9 11 like a bird their glory shall fly away. Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. Qr, v. Qal ad fin. Fj'iy TO n.m. On4017 coll. flying creatures, fowl, insects; — 'y abs. Gni^H-, cstr. v 2l +; — 1. fowl, birds, Gn 40 1719 (E), 7 s (J), i">** (P), 1 K 5"+ ; esp. (38 t.) D^n 'V fowl of the sky, Gn 2 1920 (J), i 2628 - 30 (P), Ho 2 s0 Ec io 20 + , carrion birds 1 S 1 7 4446 2 S 2 1 10 1 K 14" + 1 1 1.; Dnn 'y ^50", r?o 'y Is 16 2 , 'y k.^o 3ii>33 j e

s7 ; redundantly HJ? 'y fowl of wing Gn i 21 

(P), + 78" (for food) ; for food also Lv 7 26 (P), 17 13 20 25 (both H), cf. Lv 11 1346 (H, clean and unclean) ; for offering Gn 8 20 (J ; linen 'yrt), Lvi 14 (P). 2. winged insects (clean and unclean) y^S"^? ^hr) 'yn y-p Lv n 2021 (H), 'yn 'B» Dt 14 19 , so prob. 1HJ alone v 20 ; *SH 'V tf^fj ysis ip-na'K Lv 1 1 23 (H). T[H?>?y] n.m. Je9 ' 1T eyelid(NHjrf.; from fluttering 1) ; — only du. cstr. (v. infr.) and sf. 135555 Jb 16 16 yr 132 4 , 1'sysy Pr 4 ss 6 4 , etc. ;— eyelids, usu. nearly = «y«s (6 t. || D^'y), as weeping, W'Bysy Je9 17 ; closed in sleep ty 132 4 Pr6 4 , cf. of nwjjtf Jb 16 16 ; looking Pr 4 2S cf. 1//11 4 (of testing men); used seductively by wanton women Pr 6 s5 ; raised, in arrogance rp»

"W ('superciliousness') 30"; fig. ine^BSBy Jb 3 9 eyelids ofdaum, break of dawn, 41 10 (sim.). fll. [*W], I. L^] vb. te dark;— only Qal /»»;>/. 2 ms. nsyPl Jb 11" (though) ft be dark, but rd. prob. "BVO, subst., v. infr. fi. HD^ n.f. darkness;— ns^ ins? WV Am 4" ; nn|)? jntt Jb 10 22 (Ges 590(I ; || ninSs). fn. nD^j.' n.pr. 1. gent, 'son' of Midian Gn 25 4 (J)= 1 Ch i 33 , cf. Is6o 6 , © Tafyp, Y<fa P , Tai<pa(p). 2. m. name in Judah 1 Ch 2 4 ', © rai<pa. 3. f. concubine of Caleb 1 Ch 2 46 , © Yai<f>arj, A YuKpa r), © L Tairpa. tfllfin n.[m.] gloom;— Is 8 23 . t [*yiJN3] n.[m.] id. ;— cstr. Hgtt *fl5» Is 8 s2 (|| nSg^l); Che Hpt - rds. «1S». tnpyn n.f. id.;— so rd. prob. for HDVPl Jbn'^opp. Ip3). t^ErtV Kt, MM? Qr n.pr.m. a Netophathite, Je 4O 8 , © I<o$f, Q$e, Gl<f>(T. t[r^] vb. counsel, plan (Aram.^t'i.y || form of YV) ;— only Qal Imv. mpl. WV Ju 19 30 (GFM rds. HSJJ, but v. Bu), Is 8 10 c. ace. cogn. nfl). (Sta TbL2l8M ' Apr - 28 ' 236 der. «V fr. jyj. tyil' n.pr. 1. m. a. (eldest) 'son' of Aram Gn io 23 (P), = 'son' of Shem 1 Ch i 17 , © as, ®L Ch Ov(. b. eldest ' son ' of Nahor Gn 22 21 (J), A Qf, ®L Of. c. Edomite name Gn 3 6 28 = 1 Ch i 42 , © at, ®L Ovt. 2. loc. (= 1. a, b, poss. also c), fWJ Hv *9?C Je 25 20 (® om.); J^TTJ 1 ?? Jb 1 ' (home of JoD )> ® Aucrim ; La 4 21 (del. F® © cf. Bu and reff.) ; on Uz as vague name for E. country v. esp. Bu 11 -'-; Dl p * 2M ' ZKF " S7fl puts in Hauran, or N. (NE.) therefrom, = As. Ussu, but dub. With name pV KS K261 cp. Ar. n.pr. div. J>yi-, so We"""- 2 - 146 ; against this No"" 3 " 10886 18 ", butv. reply RS 8 """- 43 . tyiJP n.pr.m. Benjamite name 1 Ch 8 10 , ® I8d)f, A Ieout, ®L Iuar. t [p^] vb. dub. (if correct, Aram, form (cf. PW, ax) for pVt press, so Thes al.); — only Hiph. Jrnpf. 3 fs. P^PI Am 2 13 , P«. P"VO v' 3 ; but read prob. p'BP, P'BO <o«er, cawse tottering Hi We Now Dr. t [npVj n.f. pressure (si vera 1., Aram, word, XNOpV, Syr. JisixsL);— only cstr. 'JM? V?*"} npy ^ 55 4 because of the pressure of tlm wicked; >rd. Jlpjj? (|| ^p ; 01 al.), which means cry for help. tnpyift n.f. compression, distress (si vera 1., Aram, word, = rK*0) ;— «'?nD3 'D JTOB' ^66", ® 0Xty«s, 33 tribulationes; butworddub. t [TUn Tb - Pi - mate blind, blind (orig. meaning of ./dub. ; Thes "ny = (% ( Ar. ^lc etc. cave); Hal B4j "' 67 cp. nij? skin, whence blindness as cataract; — Aram. adj."H?j, »ax blind, Pa."W, »aX=rHeb. Pi. ; Ar. j^i be one-eyed, Eth. Wl 6« blind Di 995 ); — Pi.'-P/. 3 ms. 1? 2K25 7 , c. , ?.' , 5? pt< om< the eyes of= Je 39/= 52 11 ; /mp/. 3 ms. 1^ fig., Ex23 8 (E) a bribe blindeth, c. ace. pers. : (Sam © ins. W); Dt 16 19 , c. «8*. t"fiy adj. blind;— only abs. 'y Ex 4" + , pi. DT$ 2S5 6 +, f. nniy I842 7 ; (c. art."i?.yn Dt 28 s9 , elsewh. 'V? Baer Ginsb ; van d. H. "fly? Jb 29 15 , D , "!^n 2 S 5 6 ' 8 Is 42 18 );— blind, usu. as subst. = the blind: 1. lit., physically blind: a. of men Ex 4 11 (J ; opp. D»), 2 S 5 6 - 88 Lv 19" (H), Dt2 7 18 Je3i 8 Jb2 9 u ; in sim. Dt28 29 £p i 17 Is 59 10 , cf. La 4 14 (appos.); as adj. attribute 'V 8**1 Lv 2 1 18 (H). b. of sacrif. animal Dt 1 5 21 Mai i 8 . 2. fig., a. of the helpless, groping Is 29 18 35 s 42 16 ^ 146 8 ; as adj. attribute, &TV. niliy IS42 7 . b. of the dull, unreceptive, Is 42 i8.'i9.i9.i9 ( but v i9c r( j ghn q v ). as a( jj a ttrib. n 3.V DP 43 8 ; as predicate 56 10 . ttWiy n.[m.] blindness; — only in phr. (subj. '*), smite (H3H) with blindness: fig. of ' blind incapacity ' (Dr) 'ya Dt 28 s18 ; of smiting horses 'y? Zc 1 2 4 , i.e. with blind staggers, making them helplessly wild. Trniy n.f. id.; — of sacrif. animals, abstr. for concr., Lv 22 s2 (H). fi. [T)^] vb. rouse oneself, awake (NH id.; Aram.-W, S.; Ar.^e.,'^, v.Ty, 1»; -** 'Si- is be jealous, cf. Syr. )IZ±. hate, revenge); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. sf. *^J Jb 41 2 Baer Ginsb, and Qr van d. H., but Kt ITIV (Hiph.), Bab. Mass. (v. Baer" 68 ), so Ginsb"" 8 - van d. H.; rd. thus, or «7^ (Po'l.) Bu; >contr. form of Pol. Ges i72cc Di; cflsta' 484 "; Imv.ms.TrViV^f + , fs. niyju5 12 - ,2 +3t., , 1 ! iyJu5 1212 +5t.(for rhythm); Pi. ">5? Ct 5 2 + Mai 2 12 (read prob. 1$ We Now G ASm, cf. © ?<or=iy) ; — rouse oneself 'to activity, of Deborah Ju 6«""«*j of '" ^ f ( II "??> *?F)< 59 5 (sq. inf.), 44 24 (opp. l£), of '"'s arm Is 51 999 , of oneself f/ $f, of Zion Is 52 11 , of stone (idol) -ny

UTV Hb 2 19 , sword Zc 13 7 ( + ?5? against), wind Ct 4 16 , harp and lyre f 57 9 = 108 3 ; 1J? ^? Ct5 J my Aearf waketh (opp. t$?*). — Jb 4 I 2 Mai 2 12 v. supr. Niph. .P/. 3 ms. my?. Zc2 17 ; Impf. 3 ras. my.". Je 6 s2 Zc 4 1 ; 3 mpl. r^ Je so 41 Jb 14 12 , rftST Jo 4 12 ; — be roused Zc 4 1 (fr. [JD] sleep, in sim.), so Jb 1 4 12 (sleep of death, || «TR, »PJ); 6e in- cited to activity, c. fP loc. : of * Zc 2 17 , of nation Je 6 s2 , kings 50 41 , whirlwind 25 32 ; abs. of nations Jo 4". Pol. Pf 3 nu.TStt 2 S 23" + , TJ] consec. Is io 26 , 1 s. W^J») Zc 9 13 , sf. TVT^ Ct 8 5 ; 7mp/. 3 fs.">"».Vn Pr io 12 , 2 mpl. ITJfoFI Ct2 7 3', n^n 8 4 (fem. subj. Ges*" 4 *) ; /»»». ms. nfV^W ,/,8o 3 ; Inf.-r))) Jb3 8 ; — rouse, incite to activity, c. ace. pers. Zc9 I3 (+?y against), ace. CPNS-) Is 14 9 (subj. W$ v. Ges» 14M ); 'y ^nmarriK ^8o 3 (of '■<); ]tmb -ny B^ ' r i ^ n Jb3 8 ; esp. rouse, excite love Ct 2 7 3 s 8 4 (all j| Wyn ; fem. subj. v. Ges ! " 4 *); Wf$B 8 5 is dubious, of exciting love De, arousing from slumber Bu, so, reading VFJIty Siegf ; CJttTtJ 'yn n$$» Prio 12 hatred stirreth up strifes; c. ace. of weapon 2 S 23IP rouse, awaken, i.e. wield, brandish (+-'5? against), so read also v 8 (v.lV?n 1)= 1 Ch 1 i UM , so Is io 26 . — Is 23" v. "ny. Pilp. Impf. 3 mpl. nyjn Tatrngy.) is 15 5 , usu. expl. as=v-iymr ( w h. some rd.), rouse (i.e. raise ?) a cry of destruction, Ges comm.Th«. De Di Du Ges 572cc Kii > l m : "; ™ ; Pilp. not elsewhere, very dub. ; rd. perh. ^.W" ; Lag rroph.Ch.ld.IL Q he Q u K»a SS r( J ,y>jp, s hout,hut improb. with n|5J£. Hithpo 1. />/ 9 T!"^"! consec. Jb3i 29 and I was (joyfully) excited, triumphant, that (|| ncbS), so perh. Impf. 3 ms. Jb 1 f, rdg. "nVrn ^:-Sy Ian) Me Di Beer (MT 'y^! IP.C'S? ^i?J1 > i- e - be excited with displeasure) ; rouse oneself to activity, Pt. ?]3 P^nnb ItiynO Is 64°. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. "Vyn Is 41'*+; is. VlYVyn Is 4 1 25 (v. Ko 1 - 600 Ges S72x ), sf. ttnmyn 45^; Impf. 3 ms. ">T T Dt 32" + ,1^1 Dn u 25 , -iy>l Hg i 14 + , sf. Tflft ZC4 1 , etc.;'/mv. ms. m;yn ^35^; mpLwyn jo 4 9 ; /n/.mya (="Vjna) ^73 20 (Ges (5S ' 1 ); ifCJC Isi 3 17 + , sf. Dmytp Jo 4 7 ; — 1. rouse, c sf. Zc 4 1 (as if from sleep, v. Qal); rouse, stir up, to activity, 13i? mjp " 1 ?'3 3 Dt32 u ; c. ace. pers., or eqniv., expressed or implied, esp. subj. '»: IS45 13 ; c. ft? loc. 41 s - 25 Jo 4"; + ty against Is 1 3 17 , cf. Je5o 9 5i' EZ23 22 ; '£3 nrrns -vyn Je 51 u Hg i 14 1 Ch 5 26 2 Ch 2 1 16 ( + ?V against), 36 r2 =Ezr I 1 , cf. v 5 ; subj. also in foil.: nwB my; is 42 13 , "^ft 50" (+ !.] k fy; human subj., c. ace. pers. Jo 4", Dn 1 1 2 ( + flN in conflict with, 93 deWMeinh Behrm.cf.Bev.who thinks ntnp!' "^V poss.); perh. also, obj. croco- dile Jb 41 2 (rdg. WTJP v. Qal); taairt ina fjj Dn 1 1 25 ( + ?y against); esp. of rousing love Ct 2 7 3 s 8 4 (all || Pol. q. v.); fig. T# HVff ^ 57" / will arouse the dawn (|| Imv. Qal q.v.); pt. abs. = stirring up (a fire) Ho 7 4 (si vera 1.; cf. Ges 5,20b ; but text dubious cf. We Now GASm). 2. declarative or exhibitive sense, act in an aroused manner, awake, "DEE???? ^^pni nmyn yfr 35 23 , cf. Jb 8 6 ( + ^y over=forj both subj. ); abs.V'73 20 . f 1. "Vy n. [m.] excitement; — of terror, ni^n^ 'y J e i 5 » ; f rage (si vera l.),"vya K^K «6 Ho 11 9 , but St prop. ijn!) cf. We Oort Now GASm.— mya ,/, 73 50 v.my Hiph.— 11, m.^y v. p. 746 infr. "Hy n.pr.m. Hp (cf.my Qal Pt.);— 1. eldest son of Judah Gn 3 8 36 = 1 Ch 2 33 , Gn 3 8 7 4 6 1J12 Nu26 1919 . 2. son of Judah's son Shelah iCh 4 21 . — Vid. also Qal Pt. "1JJ supr. fi. "'"jy n.pr.m. a son of Gad Gn 46 16 Nu 26 18 , An&is, A&fci. . ^"|y adj. gent, of 1. '"$, c. art. as subst. coll. "lyn Nu 26 16 , ASSe.. Tpy n.pr.m. (si vera 1.) an Ephraimite Nu 26 s6 , but py Sam Ginsb 01 " 8 -, © E8 (V . t *2-y adj. gent, of H?, c. art. as subst. coll. Nu 26^, "9X9 Sam Ginsb 1 "" 8 -, ® E8« ft . tliy^ Kt, ^T Qr, n.pr.m. father of Elhanan the giant-slayer 1 Ch 20 5 (la«p) + || 2 S 2 1 19 (where read -vy for v y£, and del. D^IK, v.ThWeDrBuKitHPS). ' ■j" II. [>'] vb. be exposed, bare (akin to rny, Viy; Ar. ij°^£= pudenda); — Niph. Impf. 3 fa. ^ffe liyn r^ 4 Hb3 9 t'nio nakedness (i. e. utterly) t« i/ty bow laid bare, made ready; We prop.-niyri -iiiy (cf. 2 S 23 18 , 1.my Pol.), and so Now [from Vny, lay bare] thou layest, etc. T ["YiiyTD] n[.m.] nakedness, pudendum;— only pi. sf.'onniyp Hb 2 16 . t □ i Y , y, tD^y adj. and n.[m.] 1. naked; 2. nakedness '(/my Ew 423 ' 426 Ges s85t Sta' !295 > 327 *; > ^Diy (not Heb.in this sense) Ba™* 27 " Ko"- 84 ' 120 );— abs. Dmy Gn 3 ,011 + 4 t., tP$ Ez i6 7 + 2 t. Ez ; pi. D'a^y Gn 3';— 1. adj. naked □ny

W Gn 3 JW " (all pred.); as subst. concr. Ez 18 716 . 2. n.abstr. nakedness Dt 28 48 ; nnjn 'V naked- ness and bareness ( = naked and bare, of per- sonified Jerusalem), Ez i6 722!l9 2 2 19 . tDiiy, Qhy adj. naked (perh. secondary form from OVg Ew» 163c Sta !a27 *; or from -/rvjV , q.v.);— abs. Dhy Am 2 16 + 8t., D 1 ^ i S i9 24 +3t.; f. HBIJI Ho 2 s ; pi. D'tsnj) Gn 2 2S Jb 2 2 6 ;— naked Gn ^(J) i S 19 14 Ho 2 6 ; adverb. (Ges* 1 "" 1 ) c. TjVn Is 2o"- 4 Mi i 8 , cf. Am 2 16 Jb 24 710 ; =subst. concr. Is 58' Jb 22"; = without possessions Jb i 21 - 21 =Ec 5 14 ; of She'61, open before '*■ Jb 26 6 . t[D^n, Kb" 1 ' 121 ] n.m. naked thing;— pi. abstr. sf. DrVEnyD 2 Ch 28 15 their nakedness (denom. fr. foreg. Sta* 273 '; > Vo^y Ba NB » ,66b ). III. *nj/ (/of foil.; meaning unknown). -liy 99 n.m. Jb7 - 6 skin (NH id.; Ph. my Lzb 346 );— 'y abs. Gn 3=' + , cstr. Ex 34*" + ; sf. I13J 29 14 + , Hl» Je 13 23 , fTiy Nu 19 5 , etc.; pi. cstr. nnV Gn 2 7 16 + , nn^y Ex 39 M , sf. Dmy Lv 1 6 W ;— akin: 1. of men (55 1.), ^ rfyft Ex 2 2 2 » (E), WB 'y 34 2 » so cf.v 8S (all P); (dark) skin of Cushite Je^ 23 ; v. also Ez 37 68 La 3' Jb f 10"+ ; in hyperb. Mi 3"; ff liV Jb ig 20 " the skin of my teeth, i.e. gums (si vera 1.); also Lv 1 3 s + 33 t. Lv 13 (P), in tests for leprosy (v. esp. 1lB'3" / y v"- 3 - 4 ", cf. v 3 - 38 - 39 - 43 ); litf nya ity Jb 2 4 skin in behalf of, for, akin, appar. proverb, phrase of barter, = everything has its price (on varieties of interpr. v. Comm.). 2. hide of animals (44 t.), alw. — exc. Jb 40 31 — after skinning : Gn 27" (J); of sacrif. victims Ex 29 14 Lv4 u + 5 t. (all P); prepared for use (by some process of tanning, cf. Now Arcbl!42 ), sts. = leather : mate- rial of garments Gn 3" (J), girdle 2 K i 8 , any article Lvn 32 i^ v Nu3i 20 (P); covering of tabern.Ex2 5 66 + 10 1. Ex 26, 35, 36,39, of ark, sacred utensils, etc., Nu 4"+ 5 t. Nu 4. Dmy l8 3o'v.T3?-

  • [ti^^] vb. si vera 1., lend aid, come to

help (Ar. oli IV. aid, succour ; Sab. niy n. help, Sab Denkm 91 ; Nab. Sin. my in n.pr. Lzb 337 Cook 90 ) ;— Qal Imv. mpl. WGJ WW J04" but dub.; Gr Dr, plausibly, ^n ; Che ExlK »- Nov - iw,M6 ^3 (./t^M); ,-fly We Now. tttftjn (also Kt OH^) n.pr.m. (prob. he comes to' help, No z " 0ll<U86 '- 168 ; =Ar. n.pr.div. i '■- W„ Sklzien HI. 171 ; Held. 2, 146 TJg K 218 (cf. 8am I. 43) Nd% yet against this © Uovs (i.e. c.; not Iayovr, 4), and ^ (not J), Lag" "• 77: »" 13S Buhl"-- 4 " );— . son of Esau Gn 36 614 (both Kt Bty), v 18 1 Ch i 35 . 2. Benjamites : a. 1 Ch 7 10 (Kt B»y<). b. 1 Ch 8 s9 . 3. a Levite 1 Ch 23 10 - 11 . 4. son of Kehoboam 2 Ch 1 1 19 . — thfr v. supr., p. 222 b. t [Jll^] vb. be bent, crooked (NH id., Pi. Nithp!; Aram. n*S Pa.; cf. koL, jfcow deceive PS •*) ;— Pi. Pf 3 ms. sf. "JJWS? Jb 19 6 , imV Ec7 13 ; 3 pi. sf. Wl^y ^n 9 78 ; Impf.

ms. rny; ^i 4 6 9 Jb8 3 , i^j v 3 ; Inf. royb 

Am 8 5 La 3 s2 ; — 1. a. make crooked = falsify, scales Am8 5 ; pervert justice (BSipD, p"!S) Jb gs.3 g^u ^ a jj q 0( j subj.); c. ace. pers. subvert (i. e. deprive of justice), *1V}| Dnx 'yb La 3 36 , cf. V"9 78 ; so W? Jbi 9 6 ("• subj.)'. 2. tend, wia&e crooked, ti*$f) TJ5 ^ 146 9 ( subj.); in gen. Ec 7" (God subj. ; opp. fBP). P«- -P*- njyn Ec i 15 what is bent (opp. i'pJyi). Hithp. P/. 3 pi. consec. Vliyrir^ Ec 1 2 3 and the strong men bend themselves.

[nn^iy] n.f. subversion, i.e. deprivation 

of justice ;— sf. 'nnjy La 3 69 (opp. Vtffy- WW vb. very dub.; only in TVS)) njnb "9^ PlJ^TlK Is 50 4 usu. to Wjp, so Ges Del Di Ry^" al., but in that case an Aramaism (Aram. *niy = Ar. ii>U, q.v. sub &Q)) ; text prob. corrupt, ® Oort "> T 1891 - *» taf{>, and del. IST™; Klo Che ° m,n niy-£ 'teach, edify; Gr nij$£, Che Hpt - ni'nnj). "PrfiJ? n.pr.m. 1. name in Judah 1 Ch9 4 , Tuda (= n^njj Ne 1 1 4 ). 3. Ezr 8 14 , Ou&. ty, ti?, w» v. try. ty v. ear. TTtt^W *•[■*•] entire removal (redupl. intens. (Ges' 30 "- Sta SU4 *), abstr., V %] = Ar. Jjx remove, v. Bahr 8 " nb "« 8 Win"' 659 "- Me in Schenkel BLI - 256 ; > most, n.pr. of spirit haunting desert, Thes Di Dr H " , "* , - DB [a fallen angel, Lv i6 8ff - being late, ace. to Che 2AW " (1895) ' uat.Knqr.BI* who der fr t^-ny . c f. Benz K„ W .BIb.J ) as in Jewish angelology, where prob. based on interpret, of Lv 1 6 8t ; name not elsewhere) ; — 'y Lv i6 81010 - 26 in ritual of Day of Atonement, z=zentire removal of sin and guilt from sacred places into desei-t on back of goat, symb. of entire forgiveness. I. 3ty vb. leave, forsake, loose (NH id. - t 218 x (rare); Ar. ->j£ be remote, absent, depart, As. ezebu, leave, Shaph. usezib, rescue, cf. BAram. art?;— Eth. ^Ort-fl: widowed Di 973 ) ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'y Gn 24" + , sf. "J3TJJ Is 49 14 f 38"; 737 aw

fs. nay? Ez 2 3 8 ; is. sf. T 1 ? 3 !*? Is 54 7 5 2 ¥• 

iron? Ex 2 20 , etc.; Zmp/ 3 ms. 3i$>: Ib55 7 + , "aJ5?: Gn 2 s4 , sf. 1 s. *?}}ffl 1 S 30 13 , etc. ; Imv.

  • 2. V 37 8 , n?)V Je 49". B W Je 4 g28 Pr 9 6 > ete ->"

7n/. a6s. 3*H Je 14 5 , 3TV Ex 23 s ; cstr. 3TJ? Gn 44 22 + , sf. 33$ Je 2' 7 + , etc. ; Pt. act. 3$ Pr io 17 + , cstr. *'ip (Ges » 901 ) ; f. cstr. najj? Pr 2 17 etc. ; pass. M?Dt39**+, etc.;— tl. leave,c.&cc. (on order of meanings cf. No ZMG ' * am - m ) : a. = depart from, ace. pers. Gn 44 M ( J >> *£■**** J* Nu io 31 (P), Ru i 16 Je 9' (111*9 V*); ace. loc.

K 8 6 Je 25 s8 (^ as lion leaving lair) ; c. f? 

loc. intrans. (strangely) Je 1 8" (of snow), b. leave behind, ace. pers. Ex 2 20 (J), 2 S 1 5 16 ( + inf.), Ez2 4 21 ; ace. rei+T? Gn 39 12 ", + 'ft$T un (allJ); + 3loc.50 8 (J);acc.pers.etreiEx9 21 (J). c. leave in the presence of (V.??) 1 Ch i6 :17 (? of accus., cf. ? 3 b supr.), 2 Ch 28". d. leave in safety, B3"ti33 13tyn nj&l Is io 3 . e. leave in a given condition, situation, D^Pnco ink '5?

Ch 24 s5 </j«y Ze/if Awn m great suffering; c. 

adv. ace. Ez2 3 M ; a city nrnnB Jos 8 17 . f. have undisturbed, let alone Ru 2 16 . g. leave unexercised, Gn 24 s pregn./ie hath not left his kindness and his faithfulness from (being) with (DJjflO) my master; so V1K ilDn '5? Ru 2 20 (both of '1) ; non 'J? f 37 s (II HK? T35). h. feare in the hand of, entrust to, ace. rei + T? Gn 39" (j), + -^ Jb 39" (|| a nt?a), + "?3? * io 14 (ace. ora., his cause). — So also poss. (c. ?) Ne 3 34 (reading D^V? for MT Dnb), but text prob. otherwise corrupt. i. leave to (?) one (unaided), i? 3?J?D npl.m Ex 23 s * (E) thou slialt refrain from leaving it (sc. the affair) to him; cf. HT8 n?^ 3 'P Jb 39" ( of ostrlcn )- J- leave over, remaining, ace. pers. Jos 2 21 (JE) ; ace. rei + j> pers. Lv 19 10 23 s2 (H), Mai 3 19 . k. leave — have nothing to do with Pr 9 6 . 2. leave, abandon, forsake : ta. abandon, ace. rei : (1) land, house, city, tent, etc., 1 S 3i 7 = 1 Ch io 7 , 2 K f Je 9 18 4 8 M 51 9 2 Ch n» Is j 7" ( + iJBP of enemy) ; pt. pass, of cities v 2 J6 4 29 Zp'2 4 , cf. naiTJ? Isi7 9 pt. = subst. = deserted region. (2) oxen 1 K 1 g"°, idol-images (+ DB>) 2 S 5 21 = 1 Ch i4 13 , flock Zc 1 1 17 ; pt. pass, of eggB Is io H . tb. forsake, (1) human subj. and obj. : Gn 2 24 (J ; a man his parents), 1 S 30 13 Jos 22 s (D), Je 49 11 ^ 27'° (parent a child), Pr 2 17 (wife her husband, W> cf. HB>N na*lj> Is 54 6 , and 'j? of personif. Zion Is 60 15 62 4 . (2) an animal its young Je 14 5 (obj. om,). raiw to.=neglect, Levite Dti2 19 14 27 , poor Jb 20". d. esp. (1) fig. of forsaking God ('*), aposta- tizing, Ju io 10 Dt 28 20 31" Je i 16 + 38 t. (oft. Je and later); 4- Jon 2 9 (obj. ffJOH, i. e. God, v. IDri II); c. ? + inf. only "tOT Oflj '""nK Ho 4» (Oort We Now doubt "tfTji ( 2 ) obj. b law, commands, covenant, etc., Dt 29 24 1 K i9 1014 + 14 1.; house of '" 2 Ch 24 18 Ne io 40 . t(3) forsake, fail to follow, obey advice, instruction, wisdom, reproof : 1 K 1 2 813 = 2 Ch io 813 Pr 2 13 4 26 io 17 15 10 27 10 . t(4) but also of forsaking idols Ez 20 8 , sins of various kinds 23 s Is 55 7 Pr 28 18 (obj. om. ; + n- jiO confess); KBTSH usury Ne 5 10 . e. of God's forsaking, abandoning men : Dt 31' 7 Is 42 16 49 14 54 7 2 Ch 12 5 Ezr 9 9 ^ 9 ,l 22 2 -r 8 t. W> + n - 3 Ne 9* ■^ 37 33 j jr 16 10 thou wilt not abandon my soul ?te6; of temporary abandonment 2CI132 31 ( + inf. of purpose) ; etc. (34 t. in all) ; + Je I2 7 ( abandoning his house), tf. of God's leaving, i. e. ceasing to regard, the earth, thus giving impunity to crime, Ez8 12 9". tg. of strength (D3) forsaking one ty 38", courage (3?) 40 13 , kindness and faithfulness (nDW 1Dn) Pr 3 3 . t3. let loose, set free, let go 3T5?n 3W it3J? Ex 23 s b (E) thou slialt by all means free it (sc. the beast) with him, (aid him to set it free; on sense, cf. Dt 22"; DHM sub 11. 3TJ?); aityi "Wy shut up and freed, proverb, phr., = all' classes of people Dt 32 s6 1 K 14 10 21 21 2 K 9 8 1 4 26 (exact meaning dub.; prob. either = bond and free, or [v. ES 68 -"- 437 ' 2 "" 1 ^ 456 ] under taboo and free from it); let go Jb 20 13 (c. ace. of wickedness as morsel in mouth) ; let loose my complaint Jb io 1 (v5? apud me, cf. ?5? II 1 d); '33 nai}?X Jb 9 27 I will loosen, relax, my face, (cf. Thes De Me Stu Di Buhl 1 *" Bu; >abandon my [gloomy] countenance AV RV SS Bae Kau Du). fNiph. Pf. 3 ms. 3$3 Ne 13"; 3 fs. natj)? Is62 12 ; Impf. 3fs. 3$n Is7 16 Lv26 43 , at5Jji"jbi8 4 ; 3 mpl. ttflC Is'iS 6 ; Pt. 3JJJ3 Is 27 10 ^37 25 ; fpl. iTiatJJJ EZ36 4 ;— 1. be left to (p), i. e. to the possession of, Is 18 6 . 2. be forsaken, of house of God Ne 13", a city Ez 3 6 4 Is27 10 (|| nWtp), 62 12 ; the earth Jbi8 4 , land Is7 18 , Lv26 43 (+ ?P of exiles); of man jf 37 25 . tPu. (or Qal pass., v. Ges ,8Z °) be deserted, of city : Pf. 3 ms. 3$ T? jten Is 32 14 (|| B%); 3 fs- n ?^Je49 55 - fi. H— ^> n.f. forsakenness, desolation; — jnxn ai.i53 'j?n nail Is6 12 .— 17 9 v. V2 a. 3 B Ju i 18 i S 6 17 Am i 6 - 7 Zp 2 4 Je 25 20 47 16 Zc 9"; — On commercial importance v. DHM Blmds »8» Q a (_(; ZPV Til (1884), 1 IT., 293 ff. ; vlll (1886). 69 ff., 179 ff. V nr njj? i Ch v 29 van d. H., read n»J Baer Ginsb (q.v.), Be Oettli Kau Kit Hpt -; v. »J. T^P-jy adj. gent, of foreg., cart, as subst. coll. Jos 13 3 (D); pi. D71}$6 J u 16 2 . t[TT,J/] vb. be strong (NH id., Hiph., esp. in bad sense, and esp. deriv. t$f; Ph. TJ) strength, also in n.pr. Lzb 338 ; Aram. Jj£ be mighty, strong, cf. OAram. Nab. Palm. n.pr. lPtJ? Lzb 338 Cook *° ; Ar. j£ be mighty, strong, Eth. OHH; id.; As. ezezu, be furious, ezzu, fierce) ; —Qal Impf. 3 ms. TV; ^ 9 20 52", T'lST Dn 1 1 12 ; 3 fs. T5JJ? * 89" Ec 7", TVni J U 3 '» 6 2 ;' Imv. ms. mitt 4 738 fn. rQltt? n.pr.f. 1. Afu ( £n, Afov£a, mother of Jehoshaphat 1 K 22 4! = 2 Ch 20 31 . 2. (r)afov/3a, wife of Caleb 1 Ch 2 1819 . ' [pltt?] n.[m.] only pi. wares (as left in the purchaser's hand; cf. As. uzub(b)u, a specif, payment) ;— sf. 2 fs. V.^V EZ27 2733 , X&- v ,2 +4 t.;— wares, only Ez 27(oft. || 3"JJ!P q.v. sub aiy); '» y ™ nnsiyi ^-ia iria EZ27 12 iron, tin and lead they furnished as thy wares; similarly v 1422 ; also v 16 (MT 'V3, but prob. del 3) ; una 'J?3 v 19 a< <A« price of (in exchange for) thy wares they furnished, etc.; 'in. $jVl (as subj. of sentence) v 27 ; riNSa D'p^p 'V v 33 w/tm % wares came forth, etc. t II. fctt] vb. restore, repair (1) (cf. perhaps Sab. any restore, Sab Denkm 90 DHM oW.Moo.tuchr.t.d. Orient 1886, 226. a]gQ ^ R f^^p ^ storation, erection Levy lrawBi "- 186 , Ar. <_>!*... building-stone Kremer Beltr "• ") ; — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. OJSn Ne 3 8 and <7iey repaired (?) Jerus. as far as the broad wall; > paved Gu ZPVTi " 0885, ' 282t , or fr. -/I. arj? (see views in Be Ryle). poxy, to, my v. rw. tnt^ n.pr.loc. Gaza, Tofa (As. Hazzutu, etc., COT 197 DP' 29 ", Tel Am Hazati, Azzati Wkl 38 *; Egypt. Gadatu, WMM A, ' 1, "- S .«*»; © Tafa, so Jos *"'•="»■ 6. 5. etc.. Herod. "- ,59i '"• 6 Ka- &""«) J — Philistine city (mod. sue, Ghazze, Razze), c. Lat. 31 3' N, Long. 34 28' E, c. 50 miles "WSW. from Jerus., near the sea (Bob BBII. 3 6ff. GASm G e ogr.l811r. Buhl Q«,gr.l90f^ J„ x gl.21 (both nnjj?), southernmost of the famous five cities, Gnio 19 (J), Ju 6 4 1 K 5 4 2K18 8 , cf. Dt2 2S Josio 41 (D); also n 22 (D), 15 47 (P), tt> HJW f 6S 29 (but v. infr.); /«/. cstr. tit5? Pi-8 28 ; — 6e strong, prevail, "?$? VV TJJJni J u 31° an d his hand 2>revailed against, so 6 2 ; E*i3i* Tj/ri~PX V'9 20 , Dn 11 12 ; abs. fj, ft? ^89" (of '»)*; of appar. strength of wicked 52 s ; Dinn niry titya Pr 8 s8 ttiAew </te fountains of the deep grew strong, i. e. firm, fixed ; but Oort Bi Toy rd. W5?3 xolien he made firm, fixed fast (|| iSDN!3); DNPH njiy ,/, 68 M CheBae al. shew thyself strong, God, who, etc., cf. KS '• "°; < 'Kn ti V </te r« V> £od, wh., etc., Hup Du ; B3!$ ftJJ npann Ec 7 19 wisdom is strong for the vrise. — TiVP Is 30 2 v. W. Hipb. P/ 3 ms. VJD3 yen ^XtJJn p r 2 1 29 a wicked man makeih firm (slveweth bold- ness) with his face; so 3 fs. H^S njyn 7 13 (G L . S S67dd Ko'- 872 ) «fc maJbet^ bold her face. Ttt? adj. strong, mighty, fierce; — 'y abs. Nui 3 29 +2 t,, 15? Jui 4 18 , T5? Am5 9 + 4 t.; 15? cstr. Dt 28 50 Dn 8 s ; f. mjt*Ex i 4 2, + 2 t.; pi. a® Ez7 24 + 3 t.; f. niiy'pnS 23 ; cstr. $ Is 56 11 ; — strong, mighty, wind Ex 14 2 ' (J); border Nu 2 i 24 (JE), but rd.prob. TJ^ (© Di al.) Yazer ivas t. border; of people Pr30 25 (fig.of ants), D^D D*fl Is43 16 (|| DS3), Ne 9 n ; of love Ct8 6 ; = subst. <A« mighty Am 5 9 Ez7 24 + Pr24 6 (of physical force; rdg. typ aid or the like ®<5X Kmp^" Wild Toy); formidable, fierce, of lion Ju 14 18 , so (= subst.) v 14 , of king Is 19 4 (|| n^ij Bfty, of people Nu 13 28 (JE), Is 25 s (|| D>xnv) ; f enemy 2 S 22 18 =^ 18 18 , so as subst. ■f 59 4 ; Dps 15? Dt 28 50 fierce of countenance, Dn 8 a , so perh. = im2>ii < ieni Ec 8 1 (rdg. ty for 1)! q.v.); of anger (1«) Gn 49 7 (poem in J), wrath (npn) Pr2i 14 ; C*sr^yD^3n Is 5 6» dogs fierce of appetite (|| ny3B> flTJ* N^>) ; f p ]. as a d v . accus. DM? njy: Pr 18 23 the rich answereth fiercely. tty, and (rarely) liy n.m. strength, might ;— abs. 'y Jng bl + ,1]l^ 84 6 + , _ T5? Is 26 1 , once ty Gn 49 s ; cstr. ft» Mi 5 3 + , _ iy ^ 2 8 8 ; sf. ^yExi5 2 +2t.,My ^28 7 +; 1?V2i 2 +2t.,W 66 3 + ; sf. i pi. «W 81 2 .; 3 mpl.^ 89 18 , etc.;— strength, might (usu. poet., 44 t. t^^): 1. mate- rial and physical, Til'p'tM Ju 9 51 , and fig. (of '), ^6i 4 Pr 18 10 , tinpnp f 71 7 , c f. U^y TJ) Is 2 6', tirn:-li?Pri8 19 (sim.'), io l5 =i8"(fig.j; nnpap TV Pr 2 1 22 (of a city, read poss. ny» Toy); ^ "W V' 6 2 8 (fig.) ; njj; D^D Je 5 1 53 (of Bab.), W ntafB Ez 26" (of Tyre), cf! ^3o 8 (rdg. flPT}n^ J Hup Che Kau We ; but no obj. for vb. ; Gie in Bae prop. '?TP$J for nnnpyn); ty ypn ^ igo 1 his my

"WW mighty firmament (De Hup Kau al. ; Ki AV EV Che the f. of his power, where his power dwells); ftv?? with all one's might 2 S6 14 = 1 Ch i3 9 ,+ 2 Ch 30 2 ' (where so read, for MT

  • ^3, Kau Kit cf. Be Oettli); itya Pr 31 1725 ;

abstr. for concr. Ju 5 21 si vera 1., but prob. crpt., cf. GFM Bu; of crocodile Jb 41 14 ; ft bip f 68 34 a mighty voice ; i?3J y^lt = his mighty arm (fig. of '") Is 62", cf. 51 9 f 89" Jb 26 2 , i?y nhoo Dpi Jb 37 6 ; ft-ntDD, fig. of political power Je 48° (|| n-JNQn 5HQ), Ezi 9 111214 (vine-branches, in fig.), ^ 1 1 o 2 . 2. personal, social, and political : a. Am 3", 'V itaa Lv26 19 (H), Ez 24 21 30«- ,8 33 !8 . b. bestowed by 1 S 2 10 (song), f 29 11 68 36 86 16 138 3 , ^ ^"ift 8 4 6 138 3 ; so (implic.) of Zion Is 52 1 . c. of as strength of his servants Mi 5 3 Is 49 5 V'8i 2 84 6 , also Ex i 5 2 (|| nv^)=ls i2 2 = ^118", cf. Is 45 24 , Viyis* ft yj, 1 4 o 8 , tow nnssn ^; sts. as their stronghold, for defence Je 16" ( + ^1?), + 2 8? ( + , ??9), v 8 (|| MO), 4 6 2 ( + n ?DP), 59 10 (rdg. '% v. Comm. and Ginsb mare - ; || *#»), v 18 (|| id.), cf. Pr 1 4 s6 (|| HDriD); v . also sub 1 . — Pr 2 4 5 v. ft. 3 . m?'^ of" (esp. yjnjr) : a. as essential attribute Hb 3 4 Jb I2 16 ^62 12 63 s 68 35 93 1 96"= 1 Ch 1 6 27 ; ^O ft ^ 99 4 (title of ' , ). b. theme of ascription in praise ^29' (c. 3nj) = 9 6 7 = 1 Ch 16 28 , + 59" (c.-^), 68 s5 (c. r05). C. exerted for his people and against his foes Ex 1 5 13 (song), ^ 2i 2 (|| WB"), v 14 66 3 68 29 + v 29 (rdg. ift for nfW, v. tty), 74 13 '77 15 78 26 io5 4 = iChi6 u , Ezr8 22 ( + i3S), cf. EK ft i//- 90 11 . d. manifested in connex. with the ark, 1$ ff"W 2 Ch 6 41 = ^ 1 32 s , ft= ark 78". 4. V3S fy=boldness, imjmdence Ec 8 1 , changed by wisdom, De Wild al. ; < rd. 'S ft he who is imjm- dent © Siegf (cf. TTJ) Hiph.). 5. = stronghold (cf. 2 c) : I 8 3 out of the mouth of babes . . . thou hast founded strength, or a stronghold (for thy defence, cf. v h ), so EwDe Hup Kau Sch Che Dr, cf. Du ; >praise Vrss Bae. — TiVO v. Tiy. T TTJJ* n. [m.] strength, might, fierceness =ft; — cstr. nonpip 'V Is 42 s5 fierceness of battle (fr. '»; +iBK iron), ^nk-iij '» ,/, I45 6 ; s f. intji VnJ«i>B?l 78 4 . "mil? adj. mighty, powerful; — of an army Is 43";' of <*2 4 8 . TTTV n.pr.m. Reubenite name 1 Ch 5 s , Ofouf, ©L Waf. (Ginsb m "»- TO, Uy, fjy, c f. Baer 100 .) TNTy n.pr.m. Ofa, Afn : 1. driver of the ark 2 sVaslW v 6 - 7 - 8 =N$ 1 Ch i 3 "'»». 2. in Win? burial-place of Manasseh and Amon 2 K 2 1 ,8 26 ('y perh. = ."W, cf. Sta° "•"•■ " S79 Kit). . Benjamite name 1 Ch 8 7 . 4. head of family of returned exiles Ezr 2 49 =Ne 7". tn TV n.pr.m. 1. Levite name 1 Ch 6", OC(t)a, T AC. 2. V. W. IN^W n.pr.m. one with foreign wife Ezr IO 27 , 0£i(a), A£fa. TVPtty n.pr.m. ('< w mighty); — Of(f)ias (s^i 1. Levite names: a. 1 Ch 15 21 (del. Kit), b. 2Ch3i u (!Kit). 2. a Benjamite 1 Ch 27 20 (Kit 1HMSJ; v. also Gray Pro »- N - 295 ). T7N v fy n.pr.m. (my strength is Et); — Of(f>>jX: 1. Levites: a. Ex 6 18 ' 22 Lv io 4 Nu

19.30 , Ch gffl 6 3 , 5 10 23 1 2 .20 24 24_ J, , QJj ^4 

(=^-|n? v 18 ), ©"Afa/xn/X. c. 2Ch29 14 . 2. Simeonite i Ch 4 42 . 3. Benjamite i Ch 7'. . repairer of wall Ne 3 8 . — Vid. -W£. T^bN" , Ty adj. gent, of foregoing, c. art. as subst.coll.Nu3 27 (Ginsb mw 'ftn); t# 1 Ch 2 6 23 . I IPl^J*, TVtV n.pr.m. (tny strength is '*• ; cf. OHeb.' iny Lzb 338 );— 1. Of«or, but also ACaptas: king of Judah = innry : a. VW5J 2 K 15 3234 2 Ch 26 1 - 3 - 8 - 911 ' 4 ' 81819 - 21 - 22 - 23 27 2 Is i' 1 6 1 7 1 . b. HMy 2 Ki5 13 - 30 Hoi 1 Ami 1 Zci4 5 . 2. mil father of an officer of David 1 Ch 27 s5 . 3. rMSJ Levite name 1 Ch 6 9 . 4. id. : priest with foreign wife Ezr io 21 . 5. id. : name in Judah Ne 1 1 4 (also v 5 © for rVin).— Vid. also injl£. TN !, ty n.pr.m. (= foregoing; cf. Gray ptop.*.^.'— hero of David 1 Ch n 44 , Of«a(i). tny n.pr.m. Of« : 1. Levites : a. 1 Chs 31 - 32

s6 Ezr 7 4 . b. Nen 22 . c. priestly name Ne 

I2 19 - 42 . 2. name in Issachar 1 Ch 7 s - 3 . 3. Benjamite name 1 Ch 7 7 9 s . 'I'TiS'^jK'l) n.pr.m. O&tqX, Levite name 1 Ch i5 ,8 =^ ; ft(1) v 20 , both prob. err. for ^WJ) Grav Prol N ' 210 ' 224 ' 30 309 "nrPHT n.pr.m. Offta(r), Levite name 1 Ch 24 26 - 27 , perhaps for WMJJ Gray Pro " !i - 291 . Tp'ljlTV n.pr.m. father of one Nehemiah, a wall-builder Ne 3 16 , Afa/3ou X , @L ECSovk. t "l2Ti' n.pr.m. AtryaS, Afya8 (Gad is mighty; Gray rropN " 5 );— 1. a. head of family returning with Zerub. Ezr 2 12 =Ne 7 17 . b. returning with Ezra Ezr 8 12 . 2. one of those sealed Ne io 16 .

b 2 rvrctfi? 

mw f i. iYlQTJ? n.pr.m. A©Lusu.A£)«»#,Ao>ia>fl: . a. one of David's heroes 2 S 23 31 1 Ch n 33 , B Arr/3o>0. b. father of two of David's men 1 Ch 12 s . c. officer of David 1 Ch 2 7 2S . 2. Benjamite name 1 Ch 8 36 g 4 B Sakpu, TafiauS. < til- mptl' n.pr.loc. v. VWg p. 1 1 2 supr. tj-tj* n.pr.m. of a, Ofa, in IssacharNu34 26 . TrfiTy n.f. (unclean) bird of prey, appar. akin to vulture (Now ArchiS4 '" 6 ), named +"f>J, D"JB Dt 14" Lv 1 1 13 (H); = osprey Tristr 1 ™ 5 "' 84 Dr i)tn,i 2 ( others vu i ture Di 1 "".") (V unknown; conject. v. in Di ; perhaps foreign word). t [pT,J/] vb. dig about (NH id., also sur- round, enclose; Aram. ^i?]V, )fcLoJ^£, JfcLoJl£ ring ; Ar. j^lc cleave or furrow the earth with implement isp-j ', Eth. OHtyH'l well, cis- tern) ; — Pi. Impf. 3 ms. sf. VIRJP! Is 5 2 (intens.) and he dug it carefully about. t npty n.pr.loc. Aftra, in the Shephelah of Judah, near naifr, Jos io 1011 (JE), 15 35 (P), 1 S 17 1 Je34 7 2 Ch n 9 Ne n 30 ; not identified. I. [*1T^] vb. help, succour (NH n. i"P]y help; Ph. in deriv. and cpds. Lzb 338 '-; Ar. .'±,e excuse, exculpate, also aid; Aram. il±. help, Palm. T1JJ, rarely "Ity Lzb 33s Cook 89 ' 90 ),— Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. TJ1J? |n8", ^

Ch 12 19 ; 3 pi. sf. Din? 1 Ch 12 20 , etc.; Imp/. 

3 ms. -ijp; Is50 7 », sf! 5T3JP IS44 2 ; 3 mpl. wv: is 3o 7 ' 4 i 6 , nj?£i 1 k i 7 ,'sf. ^rny: ^ n 9 175 , etc.; /rav. ms. sf. "*}")$} ^ 109 s6 1 19 86 + Jos io 4 Kt, mpl. sf. 'rip? Qr.'etc.; Inf. cstr. "$$} 1 Ch

17 , -rt^ 18 5 , -tiyb Jos io 33 + 5 1., "top 2 ch 
5 8 + 2S 18 3 Qr (> Kt TiyS Hiph.); sf. 

>V$ 1 Ch 12 17 + 2 t., etc.; Pt. act. "$ i K 20 16 + , etc.; ]>ass. 1W IS31 3 ;— AeZp, c. ace. pers. 1 K 20 16 Jos I 14 (D), Is 41 6 + 2 Ch 28 s3 (rdg. D'll'y Ges' 63 ", for MT D^W?, appar. Hipb. ; subj. false gods) ; c. ace. loc. (city) Jos io 33 ^); esp. c. sf. pers. Jos io 46 ( + 5?'^; both JE), 1 Ch iz 1850 - 23 (van d. H. v 171922 ),

Ch 32 s Ezr 8 K ( + ft? of enemy), io 15 Dn 10" 

(subj. Michael); subj. oft. God (), c. ace. pers. V' io' 4 1 Ch is 28 , usu. sf. Gn 49 2S (poem in J), iSv ,s Is4i'»> 3 "+ i 2 t. + 2CI126 7 (c. h? against), + 37'° ( + 4?), 46' (sf. of city), 109 s6 (|| Wfa)-, subj. false gods Dt32 8 2 Ch 28"; c. ^» pers. 2 S 8 6 + 1 Ch 18 6 + 4 t. + 2 S 1 8 3 (rd. Qr T*y>, or T^ ? c f. HPS) ; subj. '" Is

79 ; c. DJ) pers. 1 Ch 12 22 (van d. H. v !1 ; + 

?y against) ; c. 'TDK pers. (constr. praegn.) 1 K 1"; c. 3 pers. against whom 2 Ch 20 23 ( + inf.); c. b . .'. pa, of ' 2 Ch 14 10 ; abs. Is 30 7 2 Ch 26" (+ ^ against), 28 16 ; ny^i» 'y Zc I 16 they helped, with evil result; ^ subj., 2 Ch 25 s (opp. ^BOH) ; also pt. c. sf. Ez 30 8 4- 3 t. ; c. b pers. 2Ki4 M +5t., of * V3o"54 6 ; abs. Is 31 3 63 s Je47 4 V 22 12 107 12 ; cstr. nonittpn ni'y 1 Ch 12 1 , 3i$ *$ Jb 9 13 (v. »T3); Pt. pass. abs. as subst. lie who is helped Is 31 3 . tNipb. Pf. ™$}}, ^28 7 I am helped (sc. by /, )j Impf. 3 mpl.

  • nj*© 1 Cbs 20 (sc. id.; + 7$ against), c. n. cogn.

By? 1? *^C Dn II 34 ; 7m/. cstr. T.yn!) K^BH 2 Ch 26 16 he was wonderfully helped (lit. made wonderful to be helped). tHipb. dub. : Inf. cstr. 2 S 18 3 Kt, Pt. pi. nniVP 2 Ch 28 s3 , v. Qal. fi. Ity n.m. * 121 ' 1 help, succour ;— 'y abs. Gn 2 18 -K sf. 'liy Ex 18 4 , ni?y Ez 12 14 , etc. ;— . help, succour Is 30' (|| Tftl, opp. 0^3, nann), Dnn 34 ; fir. "" ^2°' 121" 124 8 ;' in 8 9 2 °'rd. T3 for 'y Dy Gr Kau (til Bi Che), cf. Hup ; T^ry I?.? Dt 33™ (='*)• 2. concr.= one who helps (cf. 1. iTJiy 2) 'y? (3 essent., v. 3 I 7 b, Ges» 119M ) Gn2 M (J) + Ho 13 9 (rd. 'y3 ^D Che We Gu "»» Now) ; coll. (without 3) Ez'12 14 (si vera 1.; Co VrfS); esp. of '* V-JSD 'y Dt 33 7 (poem), 'y + fP.D ^ 33 2 » iig*»«  + t3.e»E)» 70°; 'ys (v. supr.) Ex 18 4 (E), Dt 33 26 (poem), ^i46 4 . f 11. "fty n.pr.m. (Ph. and OHeb. 1TJ> Lzb am) ; — 1. a wall-builder Ne 3 19 , Afoup. 2. name in Judah 1 Ch 4 4 , A£r)p, Efep. 3. hero of David 1 Ch 12'° (van d. H. v 9 ), A^p, etc. t^W n.pr.m. 1. Ephraimite 1 Ch 7 21 , Effp. . "ity, a priest, Ne 12 42 , Ufovp. TNIty n.pr.m. E<rpas, Eadpas, EfSpat ; . Ezra, Ezr 7 110 io 1 " 6 Ne 8 6 ; called ^(n) Ezr7 6 NeS 1 - 4 - 513 ^ 36 , 1*3? Ezr io 1016 Ne 8 29 , both Ezr 7 11 Ne 12 26 . 2. priest with Zerub. Nei2'- 13 . 3. N6I2 33 . +1. mtv, mty, nn^ty n.f. hei P , sue-

t : v r: ': t t : v 

cour, assistance; — abs. 'y Isio 3 + , Hliy ^ 60" io8 13 (Ges' 80 '), nniiy ^,63 8 + 2 t.; cstr. niiy Is 3 i 2 +; sf. WW + 22 ™+, etc.;— 1. help, succour Is io 3 20 6 ( + -^liy), 31 1 Je 37 7 La 4 17 Jb 6" 2 Ch 28 21 ; fJN *&* 1 1s 31 2 AeZp /row, etc. ; 'y Ju s 23 - 23 /ie 7 .^ o/(for) ; from 'i V 2 2 M 38 s3 40' 4 (|| *??*£), 70= (|| id.), 7 1 + ISO 6o 13 (|| n^lE^JJI) = "io8 13 . 2. concr., embodied help, one who helps (cf. 1. "IB 2) : a. coll. Jb 3 1 21 Wt«n / «a«« wiy help (assistance, support) in the gate; 'P3 (v. 1. "1$ 2) Na 3 s . b. of '■> V 27 s 4o' 8 (+ B.W), 4 6 2 (|| HDnp, 1'V), 44* 6 3 8 94 17 ; '»? 35 2 - tn. TVW n.pr.m. Eo-pfj, Iffpaa, in Judah 1CI14 17 . T"V"VtJ7 and (once) "1-ty u.pr.m. Afmp, E£*p, Iafep: 1. father of Hananiah Je 28 1 . 2. "W Ez 1 1 1 . 3. a chief of people Ne io 18 . f^N-Vty n.pr.m. (El hath helped);— Ofyf irjK, EfpirjX, etc.: 1. warrior of David 1 Ch 12 7 (van d. H. v 6 ). 2. Levite musician 1 Ch 25 18 (= i>K»fl» v 4 ), B hCapui, A Efp^X. 3. a Danite iCh2 7", A&parjK, E£ptrj. 4. one with foreign wife Ezr io 41 . 5. priestly name: a. Ne ii 13 . b. 12 36 . T^N^ty n.pr.m. (my help is El); — E<r(8)p«)X, etc. : 1. Je 36 26 . 2. a Manassite 1 Ch 5 24 . 3. name in Naphtali 27 19 . fanjhty; n^Ty n.pr.m. ^hathMped); Azariah (OHeb. imty, Ph. ^Jjaity, OAram. iry-nn, -njnrr, Lzb 338 - 253 Cook 42 );— Afrp<a f : I. king of Judah (As. Azriyd'4 COT 28 ' 6 - 1 Jager BAS1 - 468 ) innty 2K15 68 ; rnffi i 4 2 ' 15 1.7.17.23.27 j Ch 312 ( y n,,j,) 2 . W- officer of Sol. 1 K 4 5 . 3. id. prophet 2 Ch 15 1 . 4. sons of Jehosh.: a. id., 2CI121 2 . b. BJ- v 2 . 5. priests : a. OTJ- 1 K 4 2 = HJ- 1 Ch 5 s6 - 37 Ezr 7 3 . b. nj- 1 Ch s 35 - 35 . c. id., 1 Ch 5 3940 9 11 Ezr 7 1 . d. ttf., Ne io 3 . e. W. 2 Ch 3 i 1013 ,:=n;- 2 6 17 - 20 . 6. Levites, WJ- : a. 2 Ch 29 12 . b. v 12 . HJ-: c. 1 Ch 6 21 . d. Ne 8 7 . 7. WJ- a temple cap- tain 2Ch23 la (van d. H. I*. cf. Ginsb »*«•), v lb . 8. nv wall-builder Nes 23 - 24 . 9. iT-one with Zerub. 7 7 (nnb || Ezr 2 2 ). 10. nj. 1 2 s3 . II. w;- Ephraimite 2 Ch 2 8 12 . 12. re- name in Judah : a. son of Ethan (!) 1 Ch 2 8 . b. v 38 - 39 .— For WT^ 2 Ch 2 2 6 rd. rnnK. cf. v 7 . T y~ft9 n.pr.m. 1 Ch 27 s6 , Eo-8/>«, Efpcu. t Op'HtJ* n.pr.m. EfaiKav, E^jaixa/i, etc. : 1. descendant of David 1 Ch 3 s3 . 2. prince in Judah 2 Ch 28 7 . 3. Benjamite 1 Ch 8^ 9 44 . 4. Levite 9 14 Ne ii 15 . tntjr and (1 Ch6 ai 26 31 ) TnjP n.pr.loc. la&p, E. of Jordan (Qal Impf. in — ace. to

rigjj 

Ba NB 1M ) ; — oft. + Heshbon and other important towns, Nu 2i 3 ' + v 24 (v. VI) 32' (T (all JE), 2 S 2 4 6 , Jos 13 26 (P), 2 1 39 (Ginsb, v 87 van d. H. Baer; P) ; with vineyards Is i6 89 = Je 48 32 - 32 (where del. DJ before '»! ® Hi Gf Gie Rotliit). Site dub., cf. Buhl t- 2M . II. "1T^ (-/of foil.; connexion with I. 'y dub.; cf. Sab. "nyo, 'Einfassung' Sab Denkm 97 ; NH n-JJJJ temple-court, % «?"]$)• Tmty n.f. appar. enclosure; — abs. 'V : 1. ledge surrounding Ezckiel's altar ; 'ffn nj i innrin = n30i3n 'yn Ez 43", below rtyhf} 'yn v 14 ; 'VH alone v 172 °45 19 (v. Comm.). 2. outer court of temple, fyljn 'yn 2 Ch 4"; with doors v 9 ; 6 13 (v. 1. isn 3 b, and on 'y in Herod's temple No w Arch -"- 78 "-). TftV v. sub my. ■ T — T tey n.m. ,e8 ' 8 stylua(V'dub.; Kb"- 1 - 8S (after older authorities) cp. Ar. Vyi-, L>lc sink, pene- trate); — 'y only cstr.: 1. of iron, for use on stone or metal Je 1 7 ' ("^OB' Q95?3 with diamond- point), Jbi9 24 (v. also 0"jn). 2. prob. = reed- pen (used on roll, cf. Je 36 223 etc.), D^Sfa ytf 'V Je 8 8 , fig., TH? isiD 'y *?W{( ^ 45 1 (cf. Now Arch. 1.290 Renz*"*' 290 ) f I. MtJ.J/ vb. -wrap oneself, enwrap, en- T T velop oneself (Ar. Uii cover, conceal ; Aram. )^X extinguish, destroy ; As. etA, be dark, etHtu, darkness); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'V) (consec.) J e 43 12 ; 3 pi ,c ¥] (consec.)ili 3 7 ; Impf. 3 ms.

  • W- Lv i3 45 + 2 1„ oyh is 59 17 ; 2 ms. noyri Ez

24"; 3 mpl. icy; (Baer 7!) f 71" io9 M ;'2 mpl ioyn Ez 24-; P«.ac<. noy i s 28 14 ^ 104 2 ; fs. njO'y Ct i 7 ; — X.wrap, envelop oneself with sthg. (ace, like (*»): Wo n^y Wni 1 S 28 14 an old man ascending, and he is enwrapped in a robe; so Vm nyin 'y: j e 43 12 (sim.), and n?" n ? ,J H D^i'O v 12 Ae rct'ZZ twap himself in the land of Egypt (use it as a robe, fig., of Nebuchadnezzar ; so completely will it be in his power, Gf); so fig. of ' nxjp ^yoa DJ3 IS59 17 (|| Bb^), noisE'S liS-'y ^io 4 2 ; of men, T 1»3 109 19 (sim. || ^ v 18 ), DTO S'03 'y:i v 29 (if rrf.), V. '131 nB-jn 7 1 13 ; c. ?5? of part covered, in phrase DSBOy ?oyi Mi 3 r <A#y shall envehp themselves upon their beard (cover the beard, sign of mourning or shame CheNowBenz*"*- 165 Now Arch. I. 19.^ B<) Ez 24 17.22 ftnd ( f l epo ,.) Ly j 3 45 (pj . rittsna

■way pt. f. nj!?y Ct i 7 as subst., one wrapping (a veil about her), i. e. a mourner ; > a harlot (cf. Gil 38") ; but rd. perh. njgto wandering woman, v. nyc. — B$»!l etc., v. also D'j>; "BVO, v. DTD. Hiph. Pf 2 ms. n^a vby n'oyn ^ 8 9 46 (of '*) thou hast wrapped shame upon him (enwrapped him in shame); Impf. 3 ms. ITjto HD^ ni3")3 ^ 84' ear/?/ ratw enwrappeth (it, N? 3 ? P9? v*) with blessings (© Saxm, as if from Ar. *Ji_c , Lie in, iv. give, cf. Ne Mlr8 "); read prob. also 'JDJf Is 6 1 10 (for MT >JD£, v. DJP) with a robe of rightness he envelopeth me, so Brd Di Ry K * u Du; > Qal Pf. »»$ Klo Che Hpt - r[nt0yiO] n.[m.] wrap, mantle; — only cstr. fig. n?nn ntpyo Is 61 3 a mantle of praise. fll. [J1UT] vb. grasp (Ar. ^kc, (Li 1, vil. take with hands); — Qal Inf. abs. + Pt. act. sf. nty ^<~V) Is 22 17 Tie shall grasp thee forcibly, cf.'Ges c ° mm - Hi Ew De Che 0omm - Di Gu "»; >Thes RobGes Buhl L « (13) fr. I. nt3V {he shall wrap, roll thee tight together) for this vb. not trans. tF)^i> n.[m.] bat (quadrilit, Ges »* w gta } 2 «,8. NHtA/ Ph. o5oXoi3a8 Ges Hon - ph - 391 ; Lewy rremdwl7 cp. arrcAfjStir, name of a locust in N.Africa Herod "• m ) ; — ']> abs. Lvn 19 (H), =Dt 1 4 18 (unclean creature); pi. D*B?DJJ Is 2 20 . P (vV foil.; NH ?»y /*** olives into vat or press, or in vessel ; Ar. ^—v* put skin into tan). t[pipy] n.[m.] prob. pail, bucket (NH r?V» vessel for olives) ;—^ w5>» VJ-CJ? Jb 2 1 24 fo's />ai'Zs are /mZZ of milk. fl. ['lP^] vb. turn aside (Syr. .a^ fum, return; Ar. 1 a.k^ incline, bend) ; — Qal Impf. 3 ms. ^tojjl tern aside (so Ew Di De Bae K * u al.), Jb 23' he turneth aside to the right (]"1p) ; || in'cp Ssto'f), rd. prob. 1 s. «|b»K Me Bu Du, / <wra . . . and do not see him (and || lRE^a / fe>). f II. [*1P^] vb. envelop oneself (Arama- ism) (NH id.; Aram. 10^, -a^p*; Eth. Oiir^*.; covered, also n. wei, texture); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. "*!??- ^73*; 3 mpHBtpy: 65 14 ; — envelop oneself: V' 65" </(« valleys cover themselves with corn (|| «^); to 1 ? con n'r-'v: 73 s <%pw< o»/or themselves (each) a garb of violence. t [nDtSX^] n.f. overtunic (so Ar. (_IL.iL., Aram. l&X&Jh, U^);— pi. abs.niBByo Is 3 2 -. fill. pltfl^T] vb. be feeble, faint (Ba ES » cp. Ar. ,JLkp perish, flag); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. f)b«: ,/, 102 1 , liBV! Is 57 16 ; Inf. cstr. *P9. ^6i 3 ; PL pass. (Ges sco ' f ) pi. D'BBy. Gn 30 42 , ' VpOg, La 2 19 ;— lit. be feeble Gn 30 42 "(J ; opp. 0*3*$); 3y-j3 D'MDjjn La2 19 ; fig. T. 'ista rrn L357 16 </ie spirit would faint before me ('*) ; ,3 ? lb^3 ^ 61 3 , ioi 2 (title). Niph. Inf. cstr. Vfr 1Bg$ La 2 11 wAen infants faint (for 'VO 3 ; but read perh. *|bjJ3 Qal, so Buhl). Hiph. Inf. cstr. fKSn ^tpyns Gn 30 42 when the flock shewed feebleness. Hitlip. Impf. 3 fs. H^™ ^ 77 4 , wn i 43 4 , *|tsynn 107 5 ; 7w/ cs<c. *|Bpnn 142 4 Jon 2 8 , sf. DStsynn La 2 12 ; — faint, faint away, La 2 12 (??"? Hke <^e wounded); subj. nVl ijr^ 4 142 4 ( + ">¥, v. ^ II 1 d), 143 4 ( + id.); subj. BfcJ Jon 2» T ( + td.), f 107 6 ( + Qn?). t["iP^] vb. surround (NH id., and deriv.; Ph. TOW ivreath, 1t2y Pi. denom. crown Lzb 339 ; Aram. "i^y ; As. eteru, spare, rescue); — Qal Impf. 2 ms. sf. B^DfB jiST H3S3 ^ g M as with a shield, with favour wilt thou surround him; Pt. pi. TYr^l ^^ 1 S23 26 Saul and his men were surrounding (closing in) upon, David. j-i. miay n.f. crown, wreath; — abs.']} Ez 21 31 Cts^cstr. TYlDj} 2 S I2 30 + i7t.; pi. TfOQV Zc6" Jbsi^nnog Zc6 14 ;— crown: 1. of idol- image (Milcom, ©We Klo Dr Kit Lohr HPS) 2 S I2 30 = 1 Ch 20 s ; golden, IB '» V 21 4 ; 'V D3J1"lKBri of king and queen, Je 13 18 the crown of your splendour ; cf. Ez 2 1 31 ; weddiiig-ciown Ct3". ' 2. 3nt'y Est 8 15 (of Mordecai); of silver and gold Zc 6 1114 ; ITJKBri 'y crown of splendour, on personif. Jerus. Ez 16 12 (in alle- gory), Jerus. and Samaria 23 42 ; 'y as appos. (— :sim.) Jb3i M . 3. fig. of honour, etc., Jb i 9 » (|| ni33) La 5 16 ; i^p 'V ^n TVfr p r i 2 4 , cf. 14 24 17 6 ; Ttyffl V 16 31 (of H3V) ; gift of wis- dom 4 9 ; fig. of Jerus. Is62 3 (|| n^O T??), cf. mq ']} 28 13 fig. of Samaria ; fig. of ' ^f 'V v s (|| iVjNDri nTBS). tn. rnzpy n.pr.f. i ch 2 26 , Arapa. t [l^J}] vb. denom. crown ; — Pi. Pf. 3 fs. ? rnt3ys Ct 3" with which his mother crowned him (v. 1. fTJoy 1); elsewh. fig.: 2 ms. n?f rnisy iri3to i^. 65 12 <Aom ('») Aas< crowned the year of renew thy goodness; Impf. 2 ms. sf. WltpyFl "Hill 11331

6 ; Ft. sf. D*pnraj nDn •oiBypri I0 3 4 (of^). 

Hiph. P<. f. nyppri n'x I 8 '2 3 8 usu. Tyre the crown-bestower (Ges Ew De Che CoIDm - Di Du Gu"*" Skinner), but dub.; <the crown-wearer Hi Gr (after ©), so Een Che Hpt - (rdg. f^f^O). tnVTBg and (Nu 3 2 !t ) TTteV n.pr.loc. ArapoiB, etc.': 1. E. of Jordan (MI 10 - 11 ) ;— a. Nu 32*(+jS jW J> etc.) — mod. Aftards, c. 8 miles NNW. from Dibon— built by Gad Nu 3 2 34 ( + '", , ->]>% and also) b. ffSC nilpy v 35 (Sam. BW'fc v. Di; site unknown). 2. W. of Jordan, conject. as to sites v. in Di Buhl " 08 * 172 : a. on border between Ephr. and Benj. Jos 1 6 2 , =n i n!?y ■WK v 5 18 13 . T>. on E. border of Ephr. Jos 16 7 . c. 3KV JV3 ni-iDy i Ch 2 bi in Judah ; a ' son ' of Salma ( + Bethlehem, al.). t^'P^ (V of foil.; NH VQV sneeze; Aram. ut^-. in deiiv. n.; Ar. (jllac id., Eth. [Omrt:], 0<Tlfl;, 0<nfl; sneezing). t[nttr , l?y] n.f. sneezing;— pi. sf. Vn'^CS? Jb 4 1 10 , v. L%n (Bi Siegf Bu Du rd. sg.).

    • y, TVV, n*5 n.pr.loc. Ayyat (Gn), Tat :

1. old Canaan it. city, ^ alw. c. art. "^ ("yn Gn 13' + ), near Bethel to the SE. (exact site unknown, cf. Di J ° s - 7 ' 2 Buhl ™* 1 - 177 ), Gn i2 8 (J), 13 3 (J), Jos f™ A '° 8 11 " + 18 t. Jos 8 (+ Qr v 1216 , but improb., Kt TJf, cf. Di), 9 3 io 1M (all JE), 12 9 (D), Ezr 2 28 = Ne 7 s2 ; = njy Is io 28 ; n*8 (so Baer Ginsb, > K$ van d. H.) Ne 11 31 , so rd. also (for Hjy q. v . ad fin.) 1 Ch 7 28 . 2. E. Jordan city Je 49 s ( + jt^J), but rd. 1? (%(?) Gf Rothst K,u Co ("V?n J). ■»y v. 1. my. «^y v. t. nry v. aw. ba"»» v. bw sub by. rry v. -y. T •* T — TlVJ? n.pr.loc. Aix, in Naphtali ; — 1 K i 5 20 = 2 Chi6 4 , 2'K 15 29 (on 2 S24 6 v. H p. 193 a supr.). Perh. = Tell Bibbin, on the plateau Merj 'ayydn (Buhl Geogr - "■ lw ), between the Litani and the Hasbani (Id""- 83 "-). n'W Kt v. rny. f[D' 1 ( J/] vb. scream, shriek (Ar. Jn .£., i>l* 11. scream, scold, JeUc screaming, scolding, Frey Dozy "• 195 ; Syr. k^-i anger, reviling) ; — only Qal Impf. 3 ms. Dn3 eyjl 1 S 25 14 and he screamed at them (of Nabal).

D ^y 

t»*g n.m. J" 1419 bird(s) of prey (from scream) ;— abs. 'y Gni5" + , 0^5} Jb 28 7 , c. art. (perh.) 'yn Je i2 9b (cf. Gie; 'Vr interrog. v»); cstr. B'5> Is 18 6 Ez 39';— usu. coll. Gn

5 11 (JE), Is 1 8" Jb 2 8 7 , inn ta-j? is 18 6 , cy 

flJ3-b liSJT EZ39 4 ; fig. of foes of Judah Je I2 9b ; of single bird v 9 * (fig. of Judah), Is 46" (fig. of invader, || 'nsy fa). "I" p^V~ vb.denom. dart greedily (like a < bird of prey); — Qal Imp/. 3 ms. B5?!! Qr (Kt erron. fe»y'i) 1 S 14 32 and the people darted greedily upon the spoil (?pE i n~PK) ) so 2 ms. Byni 15" (on forms v. Ges* 72 *)- TDt^y n.pr.loc. (perh. animal-name, fr. B;y, cf"Gray Pro ' , - !, * mM9S );— 1. lira?, ©L Ira/*, a cliff, 'y y^D f"VO J u 15 811 perh. near town DB'y, v. foil., but at ' Arak Isma'in near edge of Shephelah, "WSW. fr. Jerus. ace. to Schick zrvx ( i887).i«tt 2 . Airai{/i], etc., city fortified by Behob. 2 Ch n 6 , between Bethlehem and Tekoa.,='Ain'Aldnc. 2 miles SSW.-from B.,Buhl ceosr.92 GFM. Ju1 * 8 , near tJrtas Rob BE1 - 477 ; clan in Judah 1 Ch 4 3 . 3. Airav [m], in Simeon 1 Ch 4 s2 (Be [not Oettli Kau Kit] rds. ~>T}1> fr. Jos 1 5 42 ). t O^V n.pr.loc. rai, etc. (as iPy): 1. station of Isr. on E. border of Moab, before "13 P^ Nu 33", = Dn3yn «y v 44 21" (all P; ® ignores B^gn). 2 . 'city in Judah Jos 1 5 s9 (P). ofo'jp v. D^y sub zbv. l" 1 ^y n.pr.m. one of David's heroes 1 Ch II 29 , Hu, HXa ( = |l»i« 2 S 2$*). ti. □7' 1 V n.pr.gent. et terr. Elam, T ACKafi, 'EXafKiTm, well-known country and people NE. of Lower Tigris (As. Elamtu DI rasa)*. C0T emus) ._ ag early i nva ders of Pal- estine Gn 14 1 ' 9 , allies of Assyr. Is22 6 ; foe of Babylon 21 2 ; abode of dispersed Israelites 11 " ; prophesied against Je 49 s4 - 35 - 36 - 36 (Qr, Kt D^y), v 37 - 38 - 39 Ez 3 2 24 , cf. 'y ^Sfbs JC25 25 ; called 'son' of Shem Gn io 22 (P) = 1 Ch 1 17 ; purely local designation njHtsn 'y Dn 8 2 . fn. D -^ n.pr.m. HXa/j, AiXa^: 1. heads of families of returned exiles : a. Ezr 2 7 = Ne f 2 . b. Ezr 2 31 = Ne 7 s4 . c. Ezr 8 7 io 2 (Qr ; Kt tty), v 26 . 2. a chief of people Ne io 15 . 3. name in Benjamin 1 Ch 8 24 . 4. Levite name 1 Ch 26 s . 5. a priest Ne 12 42 . □>y 744 t [D^l»] n.[m.] dub., poss. glow (Ar. L& pic to thirst, i»_fc thirst, internal Jieat), si vera 1. (so Du; on form cf. No z " Gjua " U(1888, - K!6 );— cstr. inn D;?3 Is i i 15 , rd. perh. DX'yS (so appar. Vrss) Thes' Luzz Krochm Che Gu K,u Gr Perles*-" 62 . i. ]"V n.f. G " 8 ' 7 and(Zc3 9 4 10 Albr ZAWlv,(18% >' •*) m. eye (ancient Sem. word; vand relation to II. 'y unknown; NH id.; Ph. |y; X KJ»J, Sr;5/; Palm. WJ?, Zinj. sf.^y.-jry ; Syr. |1j£; As.enu, enu, TelAm. sf. inaya and (appar. Can. gloss) hinaya ; Ar. ^li- ; Eth. 0Ph) ; — abs. 'j> Ex 2 1 4 + , cstr. PJ? v 26 + ; sf. W Gn 44 21 + (2 S 16 12 rd. *# Vrss Comm.), "^V Dt 7 16 4- , «?."?? ^ 35 21 (2 S 20 6 v. b-V Hiph.) ; sf. 3 rapl. D3'». Is 1 3 18 (Zc 5« rd. D3iV © AVe Gr Now), ttjpp V 73 7 (but rd. ^JiJ! v. Comm.); usu. du. IM*? Gn 20 16 + , Dgjf Is 3 M + , esp. cstr. "W Gn 3 7 + , ♦» Is 3 s ; sf. $? Gn 3 i 10 + , T?^ Ju 6 ,7 + , etc. (Hoio 10 rd. Dniiy cf. © 33 Che We Gr Now) ;— eye: 1. lit. as phy- sical organ, a. of manEx2i 6 ' 6 - 6 (E),Gn3 6 (J) + , Lv2i a, 24 20;: »26 16 (H; very rarely P,e.g.Dt34 4 - 7 ), 2 K 4 s494 + ; once ¥$ VfJni 6™. b. anthro- pomorph. of '» 1//33 19 34 16 + . C. of idols f 1 15 6 135 16 . d. of beasts Gn 3 o 41 (J), Jb40 24 (hippop., si vera 1., but prob. crpt. Di Siegf Bu Du where see eonj.), 41'° (crocod.); bird Jb 28 7 30 29 Pr i 17 . te. in wheels Ez i I8 cf. io 12 ; on stone Zc 3" (all in visions). f. subj. of iron see Gn 4s 12 - 12 (E), + (oft. Dt), c. ntn f 11 4 ; men see 'V3 Dt 3 s7 2 K 7 12 + ; esp. 'V NOT + OKI Gn 1 3 ,014 ( J) + ; cf. ^n "TV. ™"]?"W Lv i 3 ' 2 = as far as the priest can see, 'V '"IN"]P Dt28 34 what is seen by the eyes =v 67 Ec 6 9 . g. as affected by sleep, v. n3B> sub [??*]. b. as weeping, nyOT -lipp 'y *Je S 23 , rn?? 'V La 3 49 , 'y r«pj>* Jb 16 20 ; v. also Je 31 16 i// 1 16 8 , and *n» Qal 3 c. i. as growing dim, v. I. nro, IJBfrl 3 ; c. 133 Gn 48 10 (E), Dip 1 8 4 16

K 14 4 , PJB> Is 3 2 3 6 10 (Hiph.) ; c. nb pine, 

languish, v. '3 Qal 2 b, Pi. 2 b, c. 3tn y, 88 10 , "»? ° 9 3 1 ", ^ Is 38". tj. c. Mj» open, after sleep Jb27 19 , sleep of death 2 K 4 3S ; =yfceep awake Pr 2o"(opp.nja'); of new power of vision Gn 3 s7 (J), given by God 2i"(E), 2 K 6' 717 ; so (c. ?M) Nu 2 2 31 ( JE) ; = give sight to blind 2 K 6 2020 Is 35 s 4 2 7 + , 4 6 9 ; of God ('">) opening his eyes, V npB 2 K i 9 ir '=I s 37 17 , Dn 9 18 , +^>y Je 32"Zci2 4 Jbi 4 3 ; c. nna, +-<?$ iK8 29 =2Ch 6», 1 K 8" Ne i 6 , + b v 4 » 7 > 5 ; + inf. Ne i«.— Nu

4 3 " v. Dnt5>. k.'y liK etc., — revive, v. UN vb. 

Qal, Hipb. ; noun, 10. tl. 'V }'!!> = wink ir 35" Pr io 10 , 'P? 'p 6 13 . tm. IB fBft Jb 15" i.e. ro« (in anger), tn. 'b "S tixb Jb 1 6 9 w/«?< eyes against = ' look daggers at.' o. 2>ut out eye, v. "Iff, Ip3 . p. as feature of beauty, 'V nL? Dt i6 12 ; cf.Ct 4 9 f, &ft 'y r M 4 i and 5 12 (D'jVl); on other hand, ni37 HN? 'y Gn 29 ,7 (E); 'V -]133 DB^l 1 2 K 9 30 (v. TpB), of, Je 4 s0 , '» ^03 Ez 23 40 paint the eyest. q. a^pJe o/*Ae eye, v. ftitfat, L n3 ?], Hi 6. r. 'V ri33 Ly i 4 9 eyebrows, s. 'V ?»j»n fwo Gn 49 12 , 'V rvb'bin p r 23 *> (v.'n); T> "»iNp Pris 30 , v. Toy. . a. eyes as shewing mental qualities: arrogance nin33 'y I s 2 ", MjbJ 'y 5 15 , TTOI x// 101 s , 'v an h-ixari is io 12 ; con also ^is 28 (so read also || 2 S 22 28 Hup HPS), 131 1 Pr 6 17 2 1 4 ; humility, 'V VSff Jb 2 2 M ; mockery, ^ 3y^n 'y Pr 3 o 17 ; cf.S'y n$n Dt 1 5 9 (grudging), ^S 54 - 56 (id); esp. (by) Dhn-PN 'y mo < /ia W pity on Dt 7 16 + 4 1. Dt, Ez 5 11 + 8 1. Ez, Is 1 3 18 , also Gn 45 s " (E; = not regret); cf/Vpinir Dni H013 14 . b. 'y npn» Ez 2 4 16 c?est're o/<Ae eyes, so v 2123 ; 'V W^ 20' abominations of the eyes, so v 8 . — ty 73' v. 320. . Fig. of mental and spiritual faculties, acts and states : a. 'V njnpsn Gn 3 s - 7 (J) Is 42% 'y ^bi Nu2 4 416 (JE); also 'V ni*qp no Is44 18 ; "PN 'y i/a 1 23 s (see v 2 ' 2 for origin of fig.), + ; of ' 33 18 (i.e. his favour) 34 16 (id.) + . b. ni:jn 'V Ez6 9 ; / J?y3E>riEci s 4 8 ; / J"W2 10 ; ^^naip'y Pr 4 25 ; 'y-31D 2 2 9 = bountiful, ])V VI 23 s ^nig- gardly one, so 2S 22 ; eye as avenue of tempta- tion Jb 3 1 IJ ; 'y JT'B' ^17"= design. c. esp. V.'y?, c. adj. and intrans. verbs, in the view, opWon,o/Gni6 4 - 6 (J),2i 1112 (E),34 18 (P), + oft.; c. act. vb. 2 S io 3 = 1 Ch 19 3 , Est I 17 3"; 1» 3*««J Gn 16 6 I9 14 (J), +, i.e. what one pleases, Nu 36 s (P) whom they please; 'y? iB'jn Dt i2 825 + , 'ya ie»m aitsn v ^ j os 9 * p^ /yV jnn Ju 2 n 3 ; Dt4 25 + esp. D and K (RP); so V3V 1}}b 2 S 22 25 =fi8^; D^ry nn« Nu i5 39 =acc. : to your wish, fancy ( + D?33|>). d. 'V» D^ Lv 4 13 i. e. bid from knowledge of, so Nu 5 13 (both P), Jb 28 21 ; 'W? Nu l5 24 (P)wt'^ou< the knowledge of; |9 'y D'pyN Is 1 15 = disregard, pay no attention ; cf. Lv2o ; (H) Ez22 26 ; without 19, abs., Pr 28 2; ; 'yn nnw i s 65 16 ,'yp »y ■ujDtn Jb 3 10 ; te 1? n^yx (i.e. 1Sb3) 1 S 12 3 (D^yj «a?i<Zais + '3 uy © Th "We Kit, cf. Ecclus xlvl - 19 ; Bu HPS ins. U uy); 'y 1?.y; in^n Dt 16 19 , cf. 'V n?D3 Gn 20 ,6 (E). . Transferred mngs. : a. visible surface ofearthExio 616 (J)Nu22 61, (JE). b. appear- ance Lv 13 6 (P; rdg. irys Di Kau Dr-Wh), v 37 r*

yyn (P; rdg. id.), v 56 (P) Nu n"(JE); so appar. dual i S i (>'. c. (/learn, sparkle (of metal, jewels, etc.) Ez i *»&•*» p IO » Dn 10 s ; of wine Pr 2 3 : ' 1 . . Other phrases are: 'V nnn 'V Ex 21 24 (E)=Lv 2 4 20 (H), ='V3 'V Dt i 9 21 , all=am eye foraneye; 'V3 'y=e?/«fo<'ye, Nui4 14 (P)Is 52 s (fig.), c£ nrx-in 'jrriK 'v Je 3 2 4 34'; esp. TJ^ ?'/» <A« presence of, in full view of Gn42 24 (E) 47 ,9 (J) Ex4 30 (J)Nui 9 5 (P), + oft.; of business transaction Je32 1212 Gn 23 1118 (P); so 'V 133 Jo 1 V2n3;)i> Jb 4 16 , and even 'y? 1 S 2 1 M Ezr 3 12 ; V 133D VtJ^J V3i"; 'J' V} = ™theforeheadEx 1 3 916 ( JE) Dt 6 8 1 1 18 1 4 1 Dn 8"'. T[| , J'] vb. denom. eye (enviously), look (askance) at; — Qal Ft. (or Fo'el, D 0111., v. Dr), c. ace. #J> iSi8 9 Qr(Ktpy). tn. ]^V n.f. spring (of water) (connexion with 1. 'y dub.; NH id., Ph. )y ; As. ta, k«; Ar. ^lc; Eth. 0^:; Palm. to>y, X KJT?, KJ% Syr. HjL);— abs. '51829'+, py Gn 49 :2 + , n ?:y? 24 16 - 45 ; cstr. py v 13 + ; pi. rtPJj Dt8 7 , ni- 2 Ch 32 s ; cstr. niry Ex i 5 27 =Nu 33 s , niry Pr S 28 (Ges 593v ) -—spring Gn 1 6' 2 4 ,6 - 29 - 30 - 4:M5 (all J^o^poeminJJ.iSao 1 ; tJ^JTI |*$ Gntfa^ (J), cf. Exi 5 ! '(J) Nu 33 9 (P); 'V D:» ^qj nb'nrn Dt 8 7 ; nto^n ♦gn? 2 Ch 32'; Dinn 'y p r 8 s8 (i'.e. of the Bea);fig. aftf py Dt 3 3 s8 (poem), i.e. Jacob's descendants. Particular springs are: a. 1*tfJ 'V Ju 7 1 (on loc. cf. GFM). b. iCtfjKI 'y (partridge-spring) Ju 15 19 (cf. id.). c. i'JT 'V near Jerus. (early sanctuary RS 8 ™"- 167 ' aided, iraj 2 g I7 i7 cf , k i 9 , on border of Judah Jos 15 7 , and Benj. 18 16 . d. fSKn ']} {dragon- spring) Ne2 15 ( = c? so RS 10 ).— On ffln nyB> Ne2 14 3 15 i2 37 v. lys*. fin. yy n.pr.loc. 1. ?vb, on NE. border of Can. Nu 34 11 , @ e'rri nrryds. 2. a. in Negeb of Judah Jos 15 32 ( + pa"!1), Levit. city 21 16 (but © B Aaa rd. Wy, as 1 Ch6 44 ), appar.= b. 1 9 7 ( + 'I ; assigned to Simeon), "» 'W 1 Ch 4 s2 (id. prob. 'I PJT!); prob. mod. Umm er-llama- min,c. 1 8miles SW.from Hebron, Buhl Googr - 183 .— Vid. pel TV.- tnl yV n.pr.loc. Ei 7 qS8«, etc.;— nhSD

  • $ Py 1 8 23 s9 , 'y i3"]t? 24', 'V "en? Ct i 14 ;

'y=-i»n ps>-n ( q . v .) ace. to aChao*; *TJ VV. Ez 47 10 ; mod. MjVj gidi, on W. shore of Dead Sea, GASm 080 ^- 2691 - 512 Buhl G '° er - 4, ' ,64r - tD^a yy n.pr.loc. I. in theShephelah of Judah Jos 15 34 , perh. Urnm-gina, c. 1 mile S. of W. from BethshemeshCl-Gann Buhl G " < * rlM, 2. in Issachar 19" (A Hvyaitvip), Levit. city 2 1 29 (n->ry!;e ypap.p6.Tu>v) ; hence by txt. err. 0?y 1 Ch 6 58 ; Gennin, near SE. end of plain of Jezreel, c. 15 m. NNE. fr. Samaria, Buhl GK * r ' 502 t~H-py n.pr.loc. in Manasseh Jos 17" ( JE ; om.©),=^ 'y 1 S 2 8 7 (At AS^, ® L A, uiap), ixi-'y f 83" (Gr tern 'y), A fv 8 M/ ) ; EwMr, c. 14 miles NNE. from foregoing. ' mn yV n.pr.loc. in Issachar Jos 19 21 , AipaptK, A Hva88a, @L Avabfia. t"Vi2n rj? n.pr.loc. in Naphtali Jos 1 g 37 , TT]yij Atrop. ttOStiJn TO n.pr.loc. Gn 14 7 = ($"]?) B'liJ q.V. (© njv Trr)yr)V rrjv Kplaiais ; on signif. of name cf. RS 8e ■ , "• 165 ■ 2n, " d • l!,1 ). tCWay yV n.pr.loc. on Dead Sea Ez

10 , Evayaktip. 

TW) yV n.pr.loc. in post-exil. Judah Ne ii 29 (A (fv)Pepptov), prob. = in. py 2 q.v. and fur] Zci4 10 . TlDDli} yV n.pr.loc. on border betw. Judah Jos I5 7 (wijyjjr ijXi'ou) and Benj. 18 1 ' (nrfyrjv BatO- aupvs, @L [■rni]yf l v 2ap.i s) ; conj. in Buhl 000 "'". niEri TO n.prloc. v. in. rasn sub naj. iO^bV n.pr.loc. (on form v. Ges J88c ),— Gn 38 1421 (J), Aiva V = following. t Ql^y n.pr.loc. in the Shephelah of Judah, 'yn Jos 1 5 s4 (m<»««, A ©L Hvattp) = BSTO. tp' , J? n.pr.m. Amm, name in Naphtali Nu ,15 2 29 ^78.83 i W_Vid. also J^J 1SH.

  • pry v. pj'ywn.

TD^iV n.pr.loc. in hill-country of Judah Jos 1 5 60 , Ataap, A«i/x[3], perh. Ghuwain, c. 1 7 miles W. of S. from Hebron, Buhl GeoBr • 163f - t|^>D n.m/' 8 ' 24 spring ;— abs. 'D * 7 4 15 + ; cstr. f:?D 2 K 3 2: ' + , i3;yp ^, ii 4 8 (Ges i9,)n ); sf. iryo Ho i3 15 ; pi. niryp is 4 i ,s + , n^yo V104 10 ; cstr. niryn Gn7" + , -ryp 1 K 18 s 2K3 19 , vi;yo isi2 3 ; sf. ^yo v'sV (but v. infr.), ^^rii^yp Pr 5 16 ;— spring, rstr. before Q'P 1 K 18 5 2 K 3 1925 , Jos 15 9 18 15 (both P), ^ n 4 8 , f?y

yy cf. Pr 8"; 'YQ alone Is 41 18 Lv 1 1" (P), f 74 15 104 10 2 Ch 32 4 , cf. Jo4 18 ( i in escbatol. picture); in sin.. Pr 2 5 56 ; Oinn 'D Gn 7 11 S 2 (cf. Pr 8 s8 ); fig. of source of happiness, enjoyment Ho 13 10 (|| V-ttpS) ^8 4 7 Pr 5 16 (of wife, v. Toy), cf. CWIP1 '» Ct 4 ,! , Cl'ia 'O v 15 ; also f 87' (si vera 1.; so De Che Du ; Hup Bae We rd. form of pVO dwell- ing); WB*n 'DIS12 3 . I. [*y] = II. W q. v. for n^JJ, WJ? etc. tH. [fryiy] vb. be faint (cf. Syr. .aiL 3, pg283i. || formof f|JPq.v.; occurrences dub.); — Qal Pf. 3 fs. i> ^W flEW J e4 31 (? rd. HS-J?); /wip/. 3 ms. Pl5?fl Ju 4 21 (< e 15?;i GFM Bu), 1 S 14 s * (del. We Bu Kit Lohr, emend. HPS), r" (rd. «|Sft [-v/eiy] Buhl HPS), 2 S 21 15 (corrupt, HPS; for Philist. name We Dr Bu Kit). t Pp y adj . faint, weary; — 'y abs. Gn 25 s9 + ; f. nD'V Je 3i- >5 +; pi. D'EPy Ju 8 4 + ;— fr. exer- tion and hunger Gn 25 2 "°(J), Ju8"Dt25 18 {+V£), cf. Iss 27 ,'^ WOT 28 I2 (fig.), 2 S i6 14 (si vera 1., n.pr.loc. needed, cf.WeDrHPS); +2JT1, NOS 17 20 ; specif, from thirst Is 29 s (sim.), Jb 22 "S B>BJ Pi^s 25 and (fig.) Je 3 i 25 (|| "?*£); hence I'Vl ~JX p^R ^ 63 s (fig., on masc. v. Kb"

  • ■*»"•»'), cf. 143 6 (sim.), IS32 2 (opp. b'S, iir

sim.); 'y ec. beast 46 1 . — Vid. also foregoing. i.-py v. sub I. 115?. n "Vl? n.f. GnllU2 '

(Albrecht ZAWlv '- 49f )city, 

town(v / unkn.; NHtd.; ? Ph. ny Lzb 345 ; Sab. -y fortified height (cf. 3) p r a™<"'" , n 8 ' 2 M" > py, pny c% ciS"f- 94 - 85 - 173 );— 'y abs. Gn 4 17 + , cstr. 2 4 10 + ; n-^yn iKi 4 12 +7t.; sf. TJ 2S i 9 38 +2t., etc.; pi. &1V Is6" + , DnjJJ J u io 4 (txt. err., or word-play, cf. GFM); cstr. Tiy Gni^+i sf. ny Zc i 17 , ED^y Is i 7 + , etc.;— 1. city, town, abode of men Gn 4 17 (J) and oft.; r6'n? io 12 (J), +, or naop Ec 9 14 (cf. Gn 19 20 ); esp. a. fortified: nnS3 Dpy 2 S 2o 6 + , etc., v. 1X3, 1S3C; 1V-IX30 'i"V Josi9 M (P)/oriVO 'y f 3 i 22 +, etc., v. "riSD, m«D sub IIS (Mi 7' 2 v. "liSO p. 59 6 a); u^ny 'y IS26 1 , Miyn py ,79; np3i DTih 'y 1S2V; noin 'y Lv 25 s ' cf. v 30 (P),'i K 4 ' 3 ;' on Ho io 14 v. 1. 0? 2 b ( 1 S 9 14 rd. tys'n © We Dr al.). b. opp. T!fO n ? 3 1 S 6' 8 , 'an py Dt3 6 , ninsn 'y Est 9"; disting. fr. dependencies D'lXQ Jos 1 3 s * + oft. P. c. n^y are dependent towns Jos 1 3 (P), Jei 9 ". td. na^Olsn py Josio 2 (JE)royaZ cities (i.e. with a king, cf. Tel Am. al sarri), so sg. 1 S 27', opp. nifep ^~))J v 5 rural towns; na>6l3n 'y 2 S 12 26 (but rd. D^n 'y We Bu Kit Lbbr HPS, v. a infr.). t e. rrasDD py Ex 1 " storage-cities, so 1 K 9"= 2 Ch 8 6 , 2 Ch8 4 17 12 ; for bneo 'y '» 16 4 rd. prob. "urby. nn:? (as 1 K

20 ; Be Kit Buhl); cf. 3?$ 'y 1K9" io 26 = 

2 Ch 8 6 9 25 , 2 Ch i 14 ; D^l'sn 'y 1 K 9"= 2 Ch 8 6 . tf. D^?9(5!) '» (P) asylum-cities Nu 35 11 '

Jos 2o 2 , T of. Nu 35 ^-»-*<-3 2 , tabptpb 'y v 12 ; 

nsin B i >p : 9 , yJos2i 13 + 4t. 21. g. '^^(n) 'y = Jerus.': ^46* 87 s , cf. 48 s - 9 ; 'y Is6o 14 i 101 8 ; niK3S "> 'y 4 8 9 . h. 0% = inhabitants 1 S 4 13 5 12 Is 22 2 Ru i 19 , so 2 S 20 22 (rdg. Tyn for MT Dyn) © We Dr al. (cf. also foil.), i. combina- tions are : Dy^ 'V Ez 1 7 4 city of merchants; 3B*iD 'y yjr 107 47 ' 36 city for dwelling; esp. of character or condition: tp - ™? '^ Is i 26 , t'y nt?Nn Zc8 3 ; tB'lpn 'y Is 4 8 2 '52 1 Nen 118 , cf. Dn'o' 24 , all of Jerus.; <jtf$ "IV Je 5 17 of Judaean cities ; of foreign cities, H?nn 'y Je 49 s , 'yn n^nn Ez 26 17 , nr?>yn 'yn Zp 2 15 ; of Jerus. also rni»n 'yn Zp 3 1 oppressive city, QVyp) "Q bloody city Ez 2 2 2 24" and (of Nineveh) Na 3 1 . 2. of fortress in a city esp. in T| 2 S 5 79 6 10 + oft. (v. Tn) ; ^S|i3 "'? 'y 2 K io 25 (crpt.; Klo prop. T31J for 'y, cf Kmp Benz Kit); D^n 'y 2 S 1 2 27 (so rd. also v 26 , see 1 d). 3. appar. fortified place, of any size, -JJ) DpxiJ hjQ)? °?ir^ 3 ? 1S3D Ty 2 K i7 9 = 18 8 ; cf. Nu 13 9 (P ; but on comp. of ver. see Di) ; perh. also v2^V 'V 1 S 15 5 (HPS).— Ho 7 4 v. I. my Hipb. D-;nn i*p v. D'ln. tnbl2ri"T , y n.pr.loc. (cz<?/ of salt) in desert of Judah, Jos 15 62 (P; + En-gedi), rrdXus SaSuv (A ©L [twi/] aXux); site unknown. ©n3 mt as n.pr.m. v. 11. Bto. T T * T TttJQ© "^' , ^ n.pr.loc. (c% o/</ie sun(-god)), assigned to Dan J0S19 41 (P), ='V JV3 q.v.: 7rdX€ir 2afipavs, A ©L TrdXts Sn^if s . Dnnrin Tiy (city of palms) = *Wy : q.v. tin. TV n.pr.m. in 'y 'J» 1 Ch 7 12 , txt. dub., v. Be Kau. I jy (/of foil.; cf. Ar. w-c, ^Lc j/o away, go hither and thitlier, escape through sprightli- ness, whence lie ass, esp. wild ass D e Jb(2 149 Hom N8121 - l2a ). TT§ n.m. 0n32 ' M male ass (young and i 31 , + Jos 19 s0 (P), rdg. 'y for MT mO Di Kau vigorous);— pi. V?Jft Gn 32 ,6 (E) ; sf. HVy 40 i (poem; ||WlK ^3); cs t r . &oa Ty (Q. es si3icN.2 ; or appos. Kb 8 '-"-** 8 ' Di al.j Jb n 12 wild as/s colt; pLDT^J, for riding Ju 10" (v 4b 8eeli."VV),

  • )% i2», sg.'abs. TV Zc o 9 ; D^ for carrying

Is 30 6 Qr (Kt amy), DTj; for tillage v 24 . TN^y n.pr.m. (v. Sab. n.pr.m. ")»j/ Hal ■*);—!. ?nb ( q . v . 1) f David 2S20 26 ; on poss. ident. with 2 b v. Th Klo HPS, opp. We Dr; Eipas, @L IcoSnf. 2. heroes of David (Eipas, etc., ©L I8a f , o»aS, etc.): a. 2S23 26 =iCh 1 1 28 , 1 Ch 2 f. b. 2 S 23 s8 = 1 Ch 1 i 40 .

  • Tf? n.pr.m. a Cainite Gn 4 1818 r<u8<i8.

tnTJ n.pr.m. in Judah 1 Ch 4 15 , H P (a). 'TV n.pr.m. Benjamite 1 Ch f, Ovp(c)i. fOyV n.pr.m. in EdomGn36 43 = iChi 34 , Za(pa>(e)w (A Gn Upap.). tfvy v. II. yy. TttTy n.f. a constellation, perh. Great Bear (cf. esp. Di) (point perh. B>»y ( v . Bu and reff.), cf. Syr. JfcfcS^PS*" jL'<£^ Brock., name of a star);— rW3"by 'yi Jb 3 8 32 = E i y 9 9 (both + no's, ^pa etc.). .IT'S? n.pr.loc. v. 'V. T - TTdDy, "linpy n.pr.m. (mouse, cf. 1335?, v. Gray^ N - 93 ; '"Ha» OH and Ph. as n.pr.Lzb 340 (cf. also on simil. Lat. n.pr. Cl-Gann JA " 1883 - F„..Mar. ,28)) ._ @ ^^ . j E(Jomite Gn 3638 . 39 (P) = -I33y ! Ch i 49 (Baer Ginsb). 2. cour- tier of Josiah 2 K 22 1214 , perh. also Je 26 22 36 12 (cf. Gie and Ency. Bib.). t-inrj* n.m. 186 ' 4 mouse (NH id.; Aram. x l??5?; Syr- (in Lexx) J-Wx, ji^PS 22 ) ; Ar.^jlkc pi. mares murum Erey (Kam), cf. also Hom AS338 ; Ar. of jerboa BS K302 ; v. Tristr "HB»FFP»*);-abs. 'Vn unclean Lv.i" (H) Is66 17 (cf. RS 8 '-"^. 2 "^^. pl cgtl . ,-,3^ nt( n ) I S6 4 -"- 18 ; sf. D3/133y ^ yi "NftaBJg n.m. spider (5 Knotty, surrey . whence Ar. ^ylSJj- as loan-wd.; NH 3Vjay prob. tarantula, ace. to Levy NHWB lu - 648 ) ; 'y TV3 Jb 8 14 i. e. web, so prob. 27 18 (rdg. 'y for MT B>¥) ; cf. 'y nip Is ^filaments of a sjnder. T12V n.pr.loc. Ak X w, Aeoo, in Asher, Ju Benn Ency. Bib., after © Codd.; a seaport N. of Carmel (= Acre, Ptolemais), mod. 'Akka, cf. B u hl Geo.rr.228 (Egypt. 'A -ktt, ' Akt, WM M A »" * Eur - ««J As. ,!Mt2, COT G,M », TelAm. ,(««). |3> (-/of foil.; meaning unknown). t]ry n.pr.m. man of Judah ;— Jos 7' (P), vI8 , 9 .2o.24 (JE)j 22 2o (P) . = i3y lC h 2 '(fr. niay Jos 7 26 , V. also 13y); A^ap, A X av. tjSjri n.pr.m. Gadite 1 Ch 5 13 , x« M a, ia*a. DD^ (-/of foil.; Ar. (jl^i is reverse, tie backward, whence JX&b. hopple, of camel). ^C ^] «•[».] anklet, bangle;— pl. abs. IWjajJn Is 3 18 bangles, anklets (as ornaments); for sg. abs. 'y Pr 7 s2 read i>53? Toy. '[ D ?^ vb - d eJ">m- Pi- shake bangles, rattle, tinkle;— Impf. 3 fpl. fUMyn DiT^m* Is 3 16 and with their feet they rattle their bangles. tnD3y n.pr .f. daughter of Caleb Jos 15 1617 (JE)=Vu I 12 ' 3 , I Ch 2 49 , A<r X a, A x <ra, Afa, 0£o. t"lDJ/ vb. stir up, disturb, trouble (NH id., make turbid; Ar.^pCc be turbid); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'y 1 S 14 29 ; 2 ms. sf. "On-Cy Jos 7 K , etc.; Impf 3 ms. sf. T)3y: v 25 ; Pt. "Ojf 1K18" + 3 *-, "^» 1 Ch 2 7 ; pl. sf. *"$> Ju 1' i»- —dis- turb, trouble, c. ace. pers. Gn34 10 (J) Jos 6 18 7 25 * (all JE ; v 25b subj. % Ju 1 i 35 ; cf. Pr 1 i' 7 (opp. 7$S), v 29 1 5 s7 (opp. .TH); btxiw 'y,Ki 8 17 - 18 iCh2 7 (cf.Jos7 I8 etc.,supr.);H?0" n ^' J? iSi4 29 . Nipb. P/. 3 ms. ISyj ^3N31 ^ 393 my ;;ai?l wa j stirred up ; Pt. f. JTlgyj P r 1 56 USU- as n abstr _ disturbance, calamity, but < read VBH nsiarrt [ n ] n ? T ?- the income of the wicked is cut off (Toy). T~l1^5* n.[m.] disturbance, trouble, only in 'V p»J? valley of trouble, W. or SW. from Jericho Jos 7 24 26 ( JE ; name explained), on border of Judah I5 7 (P), cf. H02 17 Is65 ,c ; on identif. cf. esp. Di jM7 ' 24 Buhl <*-*'•*; Vp.< K a' xaPl >dpay£ (or KoiXas) A X a>p. IDy n.pr.m. v. p5>. ^W? n-pr.m. name in Asher Nui 13 2 27 7 7177 io 26 ; E xpav . TaWSi* n.m. usu. asp, viper (so ©33; perh. conject. fr. sense and || B»n3), but perh.= 748 nVy (1 crpt. for) V$g3$ spider (q.v.; cf. S" 4100 );— 'V npn i|f 140 4 a viper's [1 spider's) venom is under their lips (v. esp. Che and reff.). by v. nby. by v. III. i>?y. t N?y n.pr.m. in Asher i Ch 7 39 , QXa. p2L?l Y only in jtapjP'DS q.v. p. 3 h supr. J7J7 (7of foil., cf. jy?,and v. esp. Lag* 1 "-""- Nu z«o »« 0887).™^ who cites Man(J w l, N y T [^vl , J adj. speaking inarticulately; — pi. D'3;>y |WJ> IS32 4 (© ^MlCovacu ; Lag Lc -). lf vb. go up, ascend, climb (NH T t 890 v W.; MI 38 ™; Ph.r6y; As. eZd; Ar. £«; Z and Syr. in der. species ; cf. perh. Eth. AOA: (for AOOA: 02V0A: Di 54 ); Sab.<?y=Ji DHM ZMQ mrt.4M | cfg , n ^j, = Jj]i gab Denkm 91 );— Qal zy. 3 ms/y Gn io 16 +; 3 fs. nnby 4 o 10 +; nrby Je 14 2 1 S i 52 ; 2 ms. l?by Gn49 4 +, etc.; Imp/.

ms. nSy; 2 6 + , by: 44 ™ + , fjgj j 3 > + ; s f. n^y; 

IS35 9 , etc.; 7w/. ais. HPy Gn46 4 + 2 t.; cstr. mby 3 2 25 +,etc; low. ni>Jj 35' + ; ft. ^ No 2i ,; +,pi.^y : Gn 44 17 +; Pt. n^y 3 8 13 +; rbsy Is24 18 +, pl.D^y Gn28 12 + ,etc.;—l. of per- sons, go up, ascend, in local relations : a. from low place to high, c. IP, D^PP Gn 45 25 (E) + 6 t. ; tf-iTO pxo Ex 1 3 18 (E ) + 3 t. ; t ^>?3p Ezr 7 6 8 1 ; fTf'n IP Jos 4 161719 (P); -mD(.Tf)o Ct 3" 8 5 etc. b. out of a place, c. IP, Y^^ n ?«? 1 S 28 13 ; ixanp 2 S 1 7 21 ; nnan (*jta)p i s 2 4 18 Je 4 8 44 . c. c. ace. of place whither : a city ?KJY3 Gn 35 1 - 3 (E); ya^-lNa 26 23 (J); a mountain inn Nu 1 3 17 (JE) Dti M + ,etc; abed Gn 4 9 4 - 4 (J) 2 K i 416 , gate Ru 4 '; D^(n) Dt 30" 2 K2" Am 9 2 + 4 1.; c. -by, in(n) *>K Ex 1 9 23 34" (J) 24 1618 (P) + 5 1. P; DipprrpK Dt 17 8 , DPBTT btt Ezr 7 7 , Is 2 3 =Mi 4 2 ("VI bit), c. ace. loc.-l-"' - ^ (v. 2 b) Je 3 1 6 , of going up to Jerusalem (from a distance), etc.; c. b to, D^ehT^ Ezr I s (from Babylon); no? 1 S 25", etc.; c. *iy unto, ?na~iy Nu 3a 9 (J); tc. 3,-iy nnsa 2 S2 1 (constr. praegn.); 8W D'ViD 1 Ch 1 4 n (dei. 3); 'Tiaa J u i 3 . d. to sacred places, Ex 34 24 , c. ace. tWP JV3, from palace 2 K 19" 20 6 - 8 23 s 2 Ch 29 20 34 30 Is 37 14 3 8 2J Je 26 10 ; noa 1 S 9 ,3 - ,4,9 ; c.?K, DM^mn^xEx24 13 (E);

  • TWU 1 S 1 7 (3 dittogr.); ni.T" "V13 yf 24 s . e. c.

ace. Til h the W "V t0 + Nu 2 1 s3 (E) Dt 3 1 Ju 8" iS6 9 2K 3 "; n?y»Je 4 8 s ; npin Jo 2 f. ascend, climb, c. 3 by, a ladder Gn 28' 2 (E), Ez 40 6 ' 22 - 49 , etc.; c. ?J? upon, altar by (3) steps, of priest, Ex 20 23 (Gi; van d. H. v 26 ; E) the roof Jos 2 8 Ju 9 5! , bed ^ 132 3 ; I'T"?? on his hands

S 14 13 ; 3y TI03 by Is 14" (|| ^ '3313^ bco), 

etc. 2. go up, in personal relations: a. to meet or w'st«, c. ?N pers., Gn 44 17 ' 2434 45 s (J) Jos io 4 - 6 (all with implication of ascent), Dt25 7 (to gate of city), +; ct?ypers.,Gn38 12 ( + nloc., up to Timnah); ntnpb 46 M (J) Ju 6 s5 2 K i 3X7 . tb. go up unto (?£) God, on a height, DWNn ?K Ex 1 9 3 (E) 1 8 1 o 3 '; IW ?N Ex 2 4 1 (E) 1 9 24 3 2 s0 - (J) Ju 2 1 558 (to war) ; ^ Ex 2 4 12 (E) Dt 10 1 ; unto Deborah Ju 4 5 . c. go up, in war, c. PS against Nui3 31 (E) Ju i 1 12 3 1 S 7 7 Is 36 10 (=?y 2 K i8 25 ) + ; oftener c. ?y, 1 S 14 10 Ju 6 3 1 5 10 1 8 9 1 K 1 4 s5 + ; c. by + K?P Jos 2 2 12S3 (P); c.a, Is7 6 Je 4 8 18 ; c.|>,Hb3 16 ; + nabob Ju 20 18 + 3 1.; + ron?D3 1 8 2 9 9 ; nonpari (n)?ym_ 1 K

2 35 = 2 Ch 1 8 M . d. go up after, c. nn« = follow 

1 S 2 5 13 1 K 1 35 ' 40 . e. go up, depart, c. ?5?P (q.v.) 1 S6 20 Gn^ 22 35 13 (P) + , subj. ni33Ezn 2324 ; =witltdraw, retreat, 1 K 1 5 19 2 K 1 2 19 Je 2 1 2 , abs. 2S23 9 ,andsoread||iChn 13 (v.Dr 8n '). t3. of animals, go or come wp : abs. frogs Ex 7 s8 (J)8 2 (P), quails Ex 16 13 (P); lion Is 35"; fox Ne3 25 ; rise up, fly up, eagle Is 40 31 Je 49 s2 ; c. IP, cattle out of water Gn 41 231819 Ct 4 2 6 6 , lion |T}»n ;i«ap Je49 19 =50 44 , 133DP Je4 7 , from prey Gn 49 s (J) ; climb up into (3) houses, locusts Jo 2 9 ; frogs, on (3) persons Ex 7 29 (J); c. by, of cattle, sexually Gn 3i 10ia (E); locusts upon the land Ex io 1214 (E) Jo I 6 . t4. of vegetation, spring up, grow, shoot forth : trees Is 55 1313 Ez47 12 ; |Vp*p Jon 4 s ; grass Dt29 22 Am 7 1 ; ears of grain Gn 41 623 (E), also Gn 40'° (E) Is 5 6 32" cf. aim. 53", Ho io 8 Pr 2 6 9 ; ib H D^aCDp Pr 24 31 all of it grown up with thorns, Is 34 13 ; fig. HP Dn 8 38 . 5. of natural phenom., go up, rise: dew, Ex 16", i.e. disappear (P); 'y IN TWrd Gn2 6 (J), cloud 1 K 18 44 Je 4 13 ; "in^n 'y dawn,etc.Gni9 15 (JE) JU19 26 iS9 2f, + ; amoke Gni9 28 Exi9 18 (J)Ju2o 40 + ;fire6 21 ;flamei3 a) ; stench Is 34 3 Jo 2 20 ; incense Ez 8"; wellNu2i 17 (E); waters Je47 2 ; Nile Je46 78 Am8 8 9 s ; c. by, of ovei-flow Is 8' + . t6. of inanimate things (instead of passive construction), abs., shock of grain (to J"^) J» 5 s6 ; of "^ij (covering bones in Ezek.'a vision) Ez 37 s ; c. by, of gar- ments upon the body Lv 19 19 (P) Ez 44 17 ; razor on head Ju 13 5 16 17 1 S 1"; yoke upon oxen rhv

nby Nu I9 2 (P) i S 6 7 ; lot upon an animal Lv 16 810 (P); c. 3, weight in balance i//-62 10 ; entry in (3) a book i Ch 27 s4 ; = be offered (of sacrif.)

K 18 29 2 K 3 20 Is 60 7 ; HMTK (q. v .) in healing, 

Je 8 s2 , fig. 2 Ch 24" Ne 4 1 . ' 7. of thoughts, abby 'y2Ki2 6 Is65 17 + 5t. ; 33b by'yJesi 60 Ez 38 10 : ab bx 'y 14 7 ; 1*1 by "H 20 32 ; of anger

S I 1 20 2 Ch 36 16 (3 pers.) + 3 t; temper Ec 
o 4 (T^V)- **. c " 1 * «p before God, arrogance, 

VJW3 2 K 1 9*= Is 37 M ; cry, 'K^K Ex 2 23 (P), c. ace. 1 S5 12 , abs. Je 14 2 ; tumult ^ 74 s3 ; of evil Jon i^Sb). +9. go up, extend, of boundary, c. JJ? whence, +acc, ?K, p and even 3 whitfier J os 15 3 ** i8 1212 + (allP).' ' i 10. excel: thou excellest (by) them Pr 31 29 ; 6« superior to nbyo nbyD TW ^ Dt28 43 .— nbiy Jbsd 33 is difficult, cf. Comm., and v. nbiy. tXTiph. P/. 3 ms. nby? Nu io" + ; 2 ms. Xfaji f 97 9 ; M>/ n ^t Ex 40 37 , etc.; /«/ cstr. nii?yn.Nu9 ,7 + , etc.; Jnw. mpl. 'byn 16 24 ;— 1. a. 6« brought up: nbervb b33D Ezr i u . b. Je <aien wy, P#b neb* by ibyrn Ez 36 s (Kb 1 - 653 ; talked about), c. (1) pass., be taken up, away, of (pillar of) cloud, sq. byo of tabern. Ex 40 30 Nu 9 17 io 11 (P); abs. Ex 40 3737 Nu 9 s1 - 21 - 22 (P); of the glory from upon the cherubim Ez 9 s ; (2) reflex., take oneself away from, get up from : a'aDO Nu 16 24 ; Py? v 27 ; of a besieging army Je 37 5 ' 11 . 2. reflex.: take oneself away 'nnND pers., from following after, 2 S 2 s7 . 3. be exalted, of God jr 47 10 ; c. by, over all gods 97 s1 . Hiph. Pf rbyn Nu8 3 + , nbyn Hbi 15 (Ges' 63 "); sf. ibyn Ne9 18 , Ufljn Ex_ 3 2 1 +2 t.;

fs. nnbyrn 182" consec; sf. onb/yn j 0S 2 6 ; 
ms. n^yn Ex 33* + ; n^yni consec.i)t27 6 + ; 

"CVSn EX32 7 ; n'Tjjni consec. 40 4 ; 2 mpl. sf. BnTjjn Nu 20 5 2 1 5 , etc.; i»»p/. nbj>: Lv 17"+; hm 2S24 22 ; n^5 Jeio 13 ; bjll Gn8 M +, sf. aby: Dt 28 61 , etc.; Inf. abs. nfe Ez 23 46 ; cstr. nibyn 1 Ch 23 31 + , etc. ; Imv. byn Ex 33 12 + 2 t.; fobyn iS28 8 - ,1 + , etc.; Pt. rtjjfl? 7'°+; cstr. nbyG>'Lvii 4 + ; sf.lbyDLM^o 1 ^8i u ; f. nbyp Lv'u 26 ; cstr. n^>J|D Lv n 36 Dt 14 6 , etc.;— 1. bring up persons : a. from a place, c. f? : [!? ybsn J U 1 5 13 ; OnyW Ex 1 7 3 (E) + 3 t. E, + 8 1. ; Dnso ps»Ex 3 2 1 (J) + 5t. J, + Lvn 45 (P),Dt 20 1 Jos24 17 (E),+ i3t.; JlSVpND Jei6 15 =23 8 . b.(i)outofaplace,c.p: t^3(n ))pGn 3 7 28 (E) ^ 4 o 3 Je38 1013 ; nntfojon 2 7 ; nnapD Ez 3 7 12 - 13 ; /IXE'-JD V' 3° 4 ! etc M ( 2 ) c - ? by means of, ^"lna Ez 32 s (Hb 1" v. 3 infr.). c. c. ace. of place whither, Nu 20 25 (P) 22 41 (E) Jos 2" 7 24 (J) Ezr

2 ; tmtm 2K2 1 ; c. b*j : njbjjrrba 1K17"; 

c. ?: JV3b 2CI18 11 . d. cause to ascend, climb: naanon by 1 K 20 33 (b« 2 K io 16 prob. error), mb"UDn~by 2 Ch 3 2 5 (93 built towers thereon, i. e. vby 'y) ; noinb by» Ne 12 31 vid. by IV 2 e. t2. in personal relations: a. bring up, c. bti, iSi9 ,5 2Kio 16 25 6 Je39 5 52»;c. b, iS28" u '. b. in war, c. by against 2 Ch 36" Je 50 9 Ez 16 40 23 46 26 3 . c. take away (from life) ^ 102 25 Jb 36 20 . t3. firm*/ up animals, c. by, frogs JHNn by Ex 8 13 (P) ; irmgr «p horses to a charge Je 5 1 27 , cf. Na 3 3 ; draw up men, under fig. of fish (^303) Hb i 15 ; train, young lion Ez 19 3 ; of cattle, rnj nbyD, i.e. chewing the cud Lv 1 i*-*-**-* M Dt 1 4 6,7 ". 4. cause to ascend : c. ace. rei, smoke "Vyn |D Ju 20 38 ; stench ?|N3 Am4 10 , etc.; bring waters upon, by Is 8 7 ; feriny wp from (fD loc.) 2 S 6 2 -' 2 1 K 8 1 Gn 50" (JE), + ; c. bx kc, Jui6 3 iChis 312 , c. ace. loc. 2 Ch 2 15 ; c. ?N pers. 1 S6 21 ; c. p pers. Ju 16 8 1 S 2"; c. by, bring sickness upon Dt 28 61 ; tB'SO i>y nay 'yn throw dust on the head Jos 7" La 2 10 Ez 27 30 ; clothe sackcloth upon Am8 10 ; flesh upon Ez 37 s ; put ornaments on 2 S i 24 ; cf. also 1 K io 1617 = 2 Ch 9 1516 , 2 Ch 3 s14 ; 13 'yn light lamp (make flame go up ; Thes al. of raising lamp upon the lamp-stand) Ex 25 s7 2 7 20 + 6 t. P; bring up new flesh (heal; v. naVlK) Je 30 17 33 s . tS. mentally: ab by t(>bM W Ez 14 3 , lb bit v 7 , i.e. make object of thought; rouse, stiruj^c.acc.^, anger Pr 1 5 1 , cf. Ez 2 4 s . +6. 'b nnjD 'yn 2 K 1 "f offer a present ; bring up tithe to (?) Ne 1 o 39 ; DO 'yn raise a levy 1 K 5 s7 9 15 , DD^ v 21 2 Ch 8 8 . 1 7 . exalt : i/' 1 37 6 if I exalt not Jerus. above (by) my chief joy; nby(»)-DJ ibyK 'aJK Gn 4 6 4 (E) / will exalt thee exceedingly (cf. Qal IO; D lost inMT, after D ; Di and most bring up). 8. cawse to ascend (in flame; Thes al.to go up on altar),q^er sacrifice, usu. n?y, either alone or foil, by other sacrif.: Tvhlt nbyn Ex 2 4 6 (E) 3 2 6 (J) Lvi7 8 (H) Dti2 1314 + (see nby); seldom: tmop Ex 30 9 (P), cf. f 66 15 ; tnnjo Is 57 6 66 3 , also prob. 1 K 18 2936 2K 3 20 (>Qal); (D')ns Nu 23 s ' 414 ' 30 (E) f 5i 21 ; wjo amn 2S24 22 ; ni.Tb 'yn Ju 13"; abs. 2Ch8 13 2 9 2 »; tnbiyb 'yn Gn22 2,3 (E); c. ace. loc. nca nbyp j e 48 s5 ; (n)naro Lv 14 20 (P) Is 60 7 ( > Qal) ; c. ? loc.. 2 Ch 29" ; c. 3 loc. GnS 20 ^) Nu23 2 - 414 - 30 (E); nohn-by 2K3 27 ; usu. by loc, "Mn by Ju 13", mro by 'yn 1 K rhv I2 3j.m.m 2 Kr6" 2 Chi 6 2 p" i S 2 2 ?y mby ' by cms roto f5i !1 ; elsewh. rutD by niby 'jm Ex 40 29 (P) Jos 22 s3 1 K 3 4 g 25 2 Ch i 6 35 16 Ezr 3= Ez

,s , "re b nwi> nib 'jm Dt 27 s Jos 8 31 1 Ch 
40 2Ch8 12 Ezr 3 3 . 
Hopli. Pf; — 1. be carried away, 3 fs. 

^^5?^ Na 2 8 . 2. be taken up into, inserted in, 3 ms. r6jfh 2 Ch 20 34 (-IBD by) (pass, of Qal 6). 3. 3 ms. be offered, of ID Ju 6™ (raton by). I Hithp. lift oneself: Impf. 3 ms. ?yn^"?K Jegi 3 against (him that) lifts himself but cor- rupt ; either rd.~?N, let him not, etc. (3£23 Hi Gf GieRothst), or del. bx (® Co Hpt ). t J173? n.m. leaf, leafage (v. r6y Qal 4) ; — 'y Lv26 36 +; cstr. nbj? G113 7 8 11 ; sf. vhy Je i7 8 +; pi. cstr. 'by Ne8 15 + ; sf. nbv Is i 30 ;— Zea/ leafage, of various trees Gn 3 7 8" Ne 8 15 ' i5.io.is.is. g leen j e j^s^ flourishing Pr II 28 ; hut usu. fading Is I 30 34* 64" 1 Je 8 13 Ez 4 7 12 fi 3 ; driven leaf Lv 26 s6 Jb 13 25 ; mpTtflJl nb fe a / /o/' healing EZ47 12 . T vj? n.[m.] pestle (as rising before the blow);— Pr 27 s2 . "*hy n.pr.m. Eli, priest at Shiloh iSi' ( + v 3 © Th Klo HPS), v 912 +28t. 1-4+ 14 3 1 K2 27 ; HX«. . H7V n.f. whole burnt-offering (that T 286 > which goes up(V6) to heaven (al. on altar)) ; — 'VGn22 3 +i4it.; n^iVNu 28 37 +3 3 t.; cstr.nbjJ Ex 2 9 42 + 27 t., nMv Nu 28 24 + 2 t.; sf. y$B ^ 20 4 , etc. ; pi. nsby Jos 8 31 + 42 1., rhy Gn 8 20 + 3 t.; nV,»Dt2 7 6 ,n6iyAm5 22 +; sf. t>ymby Je 6 20 + , etc.; — the whole burnt-offering (beast or fowl) is entirely consumed and goes up in the flame of the altar to God expressing the ascent of the soul in worship. All of the victim is laid on the altar except the hide and such parts as could not be washed clean. If beast the 'y must be a male without blemish Lv ,3.io 22 i 8 .i (j of herd or flock . if of flock> either sheep or goat ; if fowl, either turtle- dove or young pigeon Lv i 14 , the latter usu. offered by the poor t 5 7 12 8 14 s2 IS"-"** Nu 6 1011 . A lamb was offered by individuals Lv 1 2* Nu 6 14 , and by the nation at the "U$ offer- ing Lv 23 12 , and daily at the "li?3n n?y 9 17 Nu 28 s3 2 K 16 15 EZ46", and at morning and even- ing Ten rbv Nu 2 8 3 , tTt?ri(n) n|# Ex 2 9 42 Nu 28 S • I0 •"' :!:, • S4 ' !,1 2Q 6 " 16 "- 22 - 25 - 28 - 31 - 34 - 38 Ezr 3' Ne io 34 EZ46". These were doubled at the n^

TO® Nu28 10 h» and his sons tEx29 18 Lv 8 18 9 s A ram was offered by Aaron 16 35 ; but a young bullock was of greater value Nu 1 5 8 - 24 2 S 24 M = 1 Ch 2 1 23 , at consecration of Levites Nu 8 12 , so calves Mi6 6 ; on great occasions bullocks + rams Nu 9$ U * MM , bullocks + rams + lambs Is 1"; one of each kind offered by tribal chiefs Nu jIuwmmmuumummw i n ritual of t^jh(n) fy) Nu 28 14 29" and at niSD and Pentecost 2 bullocks, 1 ram, and 7 lambs were added to daily offering Nu28 111927 ; at offering of new bread at Pentecost I bullock, 2 rams, and 7 lambs Lv 23 18 ; on the 1st and 10th of the 7th month and at niVJ? I bullock,

ram, and 7 lambs, in addition to the offerings 

of new moon Nu 2 9 2 - 8 - 36 ; the system culminated in 70 bullocks, 14 r;ims, 98 lambs for the 7 days of Tabernacles 29 13ff - Ace. to Ezek. the prince was to offer on each of 7 days of niSD 7 bullocks and 7 rams Ez 45 23 , and on Sabbath 6 lambs and I ram 46 At the reconsecration of temple 70 bullocks, 100 rams, and 200 lambs were offered 2 Ch 29 s2 , and at the return of exiles 12 bullocks, 96 rams, and 77 lambs Ezr 8 35 . In early times whole burnt-offerings of children were sometimes made, e.g. Jephthah's daughter Ju 11 s1 ; Isaac proposed as, Gn 2 2 2 but ram substituted v 13 ; made to other gods N

K 3 s7 Je i9 5 + . The 'y was anciently made 

on any altar used for worship, but in P con- fined to fnbyn rata Ex 30 58 31 9 35 16 38 1 40*- .29 Lv4 7.10.18^.26.30,34 j Qh 6 34 I 6 4 ° 2 I 2629 2CI129 18 (not in other lit.); rf?yb mtO Jos 22 29 i Ch 22 1 . The offerer imposed his hands on head of animal, then slaughtered it Lv i 45 ; t'j? tint?

!4.33 6 8 ? 2 p 12 ^13.19.31 Ez ^39.42 ^11^ and flaye d 

it t'» Ci^an Lv i 6 2 Ch 29 34 . The priest washed the pieces EZ40 38 ; arranged them on the altar above the wood Lv6 5 ; the fire de- voured them v 2 - 6 9 24 1 K 18 38 2 Ch 7 1 , they went up in the flame nwb nm nn (?) Lvi 913 - 17 8 21 Nu 28 13 ; pv~jp, according to character of offerer Is 56 7 Je 6 20 ; see also + 20 4 40 7 51 18 1 S 15 22 . Phrases : +'» n^yn GnS^Ex 32" (J) 24 s (E)

9 40 29 LVI4 20 I7 8 (P) Dt I2 1314 2 7 6 J0S8 31 2 2 23 

Ju 6 26 20 26 2 1 4 1 S 6 1415 7 910 io 8 13 91012 2 S 6 1718 24 2425 1 K 3 416 9 25 1 o 5 2 K 3 W 1 Ch 16 240 21 23 31 29 s

Ch i 6 8' 2 9 4 23 18 24 14 2 9 7 - 27 35 

J6 14.16 Ezr 3 2 - 3 - 6 Jb i 5 42 s V' 66 15 Je 14" 33 18 Ez 4 3 1824 Am5 ffl (cf.nbn9); t'v mrEx 2o 24 (E);'j?i> Twy Lv2 3 12 Nu6" 15 s4 29 s9 ; t'l* "&? Lvs'V 23 jgli.SO j 6 24.24 Nu 6 16 g 12 , ^.S 2g i J) t , 2 27 J u ^16 i K 8 64 2 K 5 17 io 24 - 25 2 Ch 7 7 Ez 43 s7 45 1 " 3 4&' li.IJ.II. + /Jf 3 S-lj,n L v ^8 9 16 io 19 23 37 N u 2 8311- 19.27 29 8.1S.36 j C ' n , 6 1 Ezr 8 3o £ z 46 4 ; / y C, y^ n hv

Vyn Lv22 18 Nu6 14 ; t'v N'an Dti2 611 2 Ch 29 3132 30 15 Is 43 s3 Je 17 26 ; t'SJ 1W 2 K I6' 3 -' 6 2 Ch I3 "._nnby, nw» v . also r6iy sub I. ^v. ■fn. [nb^] n.f. ascent, stairway, ini^V Ez 40 26 Kt, 1-nibjJ Qr; rd. prob. SrbvQ (© Co SS h, Toy inby). t["^y] adj. upper;— fs. n^V J u i 15 ; pi. ni'py Jos is' 9 (opp. rvnrin, ni>nnn). tn^Ty n.f. (c.adj.masc. Je22 ,4 ,cf. Albrecht ZAWr, u r 8 96,.ffl K5 sr n t.}2 5 i^ roof . ehamber ^ NH ^ ) $ x ^Vl!, Syr. )tL£ (whence Ar. ilic dining- room as loan-wd. Frii 20 ' •); Sab. r>by DHM K >" gr - Donkm. 2;^ . — chamber on roof, cool and secluded : abs. 'y Ju 3 s3 - 24 - 25 (cf. Nes""* 13 ), 1 K i7 19a 2 K 4 11 ; cstr. fnpBn ]Vpj> Ju 3 20 , "Vfr'y 2 K 4 10 roof- chamber with walls (permanent); "^BTI 'y 2 S 1 9 1 , i. e. over the gateway ; HJSn 'y Ne 3 3132 i. e. at a corner of the wall; tn« '» 2 K 23 12 (prob. built by A.); sf. injpV i 2 (belonging to Ahaziah);— 2 Ch 9 l rd. Vr6y (cf. || 1 K 10 5 ); pi. abs. Cn}?'? ^vK Je 22" S2>acious roof- chambers; in Sol.'s temple ace. to 2 Ch 3*, so sf. fffa 1 Ch 28 11 ; more gen. Vni»pJ( J e 22 13 ; v 8 chambers in sky j> 104 3 , containing rain, v 13 . I-J^W adj. l^high;— ms. ,'y Dt 26 19 28 1 1 K 9 8 (1 rdg. '5n njn rrarf as ©L Benz) = 2 Ch 7 21 , of' ^97 9 . Z.jupper Bethho ron, 'y Jos 1 6 s , (V^yn 1 Ch 7 24 2Ch8 5 , <Ae wpper (opp. lower), of house Ne 3 s5 ; cf. 2 K 15 s5 2 Ch 23 20 + 5t., +Gn 40' 7 (uppermost basket); fs.HJVpyn the upjier pool 2Ki8 I7 = Is36 2 , Is 7 3 ; the highest side-chambsr (J$X) Ez 41 7 ; fpl. rWbyn 42 s tlie upper chambers (DiaB'p). 3. of Davidic king exalted above monarchs yjr 89® (cf. Dt 28 1 , supr.). fn.rt*?|> n.m. Highest, Most High (prob.= foreg.); — 1. name of God Nu 24 16 Dt 32 s >// i8 ,4 = 2 S 22 14 ^9 3 2 1 8 46 s 50 14 73 u 77 11 78 17 83 19 87 5 9 i 19 92 2 io7 ll Isi4 14 La3 35 - 38 ; with other divine names: ]vb)> bn G11 1 4 18 ->>- : »-»(v. Di) 1//78 35 ; ffa) IW ^7 18 47 3 ; jvby DV^K ^57 3 78 s6 . 2. of rulers, either monarchs or angel- princes, jiby. »Jf = tfnbti + 82 s . ibv'6 n.[m.] lifting;— ann; byba Ne 8 6 . nV^?3 ] n.m. 18156 asoent;— 'D Ne 12 37 ; cstr. r6yp Jos io 10 +i 4 t.; ftj[D Ez 40 s134 - 37 ; 1. ascemJ of hill or mt.: to a city 1 S 9", to the royal sepulchres (in Jerus.) 2 Cli 39*; rMW 'D Si5 30 (v. JIM 3); D'aipy'Dzs/S'cor/Mow-^ews.on S. border of Pal.. Ju r ,6 Nu 34 4 Jos 15 s (both P), i.e. prob. the Nakb es-safd SW. from Dead Sea Bunl G W gr.ie.e6 DL and Q F fa ad ]oc ^ and reff . oft def. by n.pr.Ioc: ffO^j 'D 15 7 18 17 , S. of valley of Achor, between Jerusalem and Jericho, cf. mod. TeVat ed-ddm Buhl Gw,erW ; v. also -pin Tt% i.l«, 11. Din, n»m5», 11. py. 2. of stairs Ez 40 3i.34. 37 . to a wall Ne , 2 3-. D >^n nbyo Ne 9 ??2 subst., higher part, only in adv. and prep, phrases, above, upwards (Ph. byo, v. sub HOD p. 641 : abbrev. from njyj?; cf. jyp in ?$»!> from n3y : Ko 11 - 116 ):— tl. SyBp= a&owe (v. [0 1 c) : a. as adv. Am 2 9 TDK'S} byrap ins hi s f ru it above (opp. nnno vents'), Jb 18 16 ; 1 K 7 3 - 2029 ; oft. in the phr. TRR tVOtfri Dt 4 39 5 8 (=Ex 20 4 ), Jos 2" 1 K 8 s3 Is 45 s Je 4 s8 ; cf. '» D'j?Pf ,/, 78 s3 Pr 8 s8 , 'D 8»Hj Jb 3 4 3 i s , "D btf 3 j 28 . b. b byBD, as prep. (JO 1 c), ora

  • fos top 0/, above, Gn 2 2 9 D'Xyb byOD above the

wood, Ex 28 27 = 39 20 , Lv 1 1 21 vbaib h>W B^Hf, Is6 2 lb byop Dnoy BVff, i 4 13 Je43 10 Ez i 26 Dn i2 6,7 ; = o>i higher ground titan, Je35 4 ; fig. Je52 32 (||2K 2 5 28 i'yo). . With n__ loc. n?yo, nbyo upwards (opp. noo p. 641): ta. fig. Dt 28 43 nbyp yty n^y; n?yp upwards, upwards, i. e. higher and higher (opp. HOD H120). fb. nbypi ( a ) of direction in space, Ju i 36 HPypj y?Bnp from the rock anrf upwards (cf. Bu), 1 K 7 31 (corrupt : v. Sta VB Benz), iS9 2 =io 23 n^yo) iOSU'p from his shoulder and upwards: so 'Dpi, fEz i 27 nX"ipp nbyc^ Vjrip, 8 2 43 1S . (6) of direction in lime, or "age: — (a) HPyoj nW Dn'fJ? |3»? Ex 30 14 Nu i 3 + 19 t. P, 'Ol Bhh J3D Nu 3 1522 + 6 t. P, simil. 4 3 8 24 + 7 t. P ; elsewhere only 1 Ch 23 s - 24 Ezr 3 8 , and with n^ypi)l f 1 Ch 23 17 2 Ch3i 16 - 17 ; 'oj.. .japp t2 Ch 25 s "; and 2 K 3 21 nnhn n?h bap 'Ol. f(>) '01 Wnn QVnO from that 'day and onwards, 1 S 16 13 30 25 . +(y) '0} Wl DVn JO from this day and upwards (i.e. and back), Hg2 1518 . tc. npyop upwards, more common than '0 alone (a): (a) Ex 25 s0 (= 37 s ) 'tJHB 'oi> D*W3, Ju 7 13 'o!> VTOBTM overthrew it upxeards, i.e. turned it downside up, Is 7 11 'Dp aajn fa or make it (the request) high upwards, 8 21 '®b PUSl, 37^1 ( 2 K I9 so) ns r ^ jn 'oi> (cf. Am 2 9 , 1 a), Ez 41 7 *" (v'° bis 'tb 'ob nbyo

bv — higlter and higher), yjr 74 s ; fig. 'CD pi JTVil Dt 28" (cf. a), Pr 15 24 '»b D^n mfc ( pp. btef

nBC), c f. Ec3 21 ; sq. a noun, Ezr 9 6 EW '»b

over the head, sq. byp (cf. 46o<A 2 1 IP nbypb) = above, 2 Ch 34: v. also ba, 6 a. (6) nietaph. = exceedingly, only in Chr, 1 Ch 14 2 22 s the house must he huilt to J. 'OP b^in? so as to shew greatness exceedingly, 23 17 'ob *a"l *1 P.31, 29* (sq. JO; =zover and above . . .), v 25 2 Ch I 1 'ob WO^sp, 20"; nbypb ny, 16 12 17 12 2 6 8 . td. nbypbp (v. p? 9 a), adv., above (the more usual prose syn. of bypp) : Gn 6 16 njban npirbK 'D, 7 20 15 cuhits'D (i.e. above the mountain-tops), Ex 25 21 (40 20 ) 'o |ra«i by rrVaarrnK nnroi U pon the ark a6ow, 26 14 (36" 40 I9 Nu 4 s5 ) a covering of skins on the tent 'o above, 39 31 Nu 4", 1 K 7" 7 25 8 7 (2 Ch 4 4 5 8 ), Je 31 37 '» D?PB> 1^ DK (cf. 1 a), Ez 1 " 'D TKVfk separate above, v 2226 1 o 19 1 1 22 37 8 ; /row a&we, Jos 3 1S16 "O DH"! 5 n DMOT. fl. [n7yt3] n.f. what oomes up; — pi. cstr. MnV nibyp Ez ii 5 , i.e. your thoughts. . nbyO n.f. step, stair ;— 'o Ezr 7' 1 Ch

7 17 ; pi. nibyp Is 3 8 8 + , sf. Vibjjp Am g<, etc.; 

— 1. step, stair of temple Ez 40"+ 5 t. 40, and temple porch 40 49 ; of altar Ex20 26 (E) (for- bidden, cf. US " 01 "'" 1 ' 21 """ 1 - 358 ) Ez 43 17 (pre scribed); of house 2 K 9 13 , of throne 1 K 10 .20 87 CI19 1819 ; to the city of David Ne 3 15 12 2. steps (forming sun-dial, cf. Di 1 ") 2 K 2 o 9 - 91010 11.11..1 _ Is 38 8.8.8:8. 8< 3 stories of heaven Am

6 . l.ascentblltiEzrf. 5. nibpn(b) T>B» 

song of ascents, to the three great pilgrim feasts, i.e. to be sung on way up to Jerusalem, titles of W 1 20-1 34 + 84 s We al.— nby»n D*rsn lira

Ch 1 7 17 is crpt., v.Comm.* dloo (and on || 2 S 7 19 ).' 

j-i. M 7J7.PI n.f. water- course ; — 'n Je 30 13 + ; cstr. rfcyri Is 7 3 + 2 1.; pi. sf. fWibyri EZ3 1 4 ;— 1. a. water-course, conducted for irrigation Ez 3 1 4 ; hence poet., channel for rain Jb 38 s6 . b. conduit, 2 K 18 17 = Is 36 s , Is 7 3 , cf. 2 K 20 20 . c. trench, 1 K 18 323538 . fn. n^yj^l n.f. healing (of new flesh and skin forming over wound) ; — (fig.) Je 30 13 46". by, by (cf. K6 ,iMf ) i. subst. height (poet.) tHo7 16 by t6 O** they return (but) not towards (i.e. not God-wards), n 7 bybtO ,n *Hp? they (the prophets) call it (the people) upwards, (but) none striveth to rise; as adv. accus., 2 S 23 1 the man by Dgn (that) is raised up on high. With IP, b?B, fbyp ttBBfyl) (the) heavens above Gn 2 7 s9 49 25 ^ 50 4 (opp. nnnp Ex 20 4 . In prose bypp). II. As prep, upon, and hence on the ground of, according to, on account of, on behalf of, concerning, beside, in addition to, together with, beyond, above, over, by, on to, towards, to, against (SI 4 - 6 ; Moab. Aram. id.; Ph. by, and nby; Palm. Nab. by, Sab. 'by, Ar. JLe) ;— abbrev. from "by (cf. "bv., ny), which is preserved in poetry, Gn ^immm* Nu 2 4 6 - 6 Dt 32" Is 18 4 Je 8 18 Mi 5 6 La 4 5 1 K 20 41 Qr, Jb 7 1 Qr+ 10 1. 1//, 3 t. Pr, 15 t. Jb; with sf. by- Yfl, -I^y (t^n6 7 the Aramaizing form 'ybv) ; vby, 1 1 S 2 10 lby, nty • 1 pi. wby ; 2 mpl. Daby, tEx i2 13 Daby, 2 f p i. yby tEz

4 »; 3 mpl. DiT.by, 13 t. in Pent. Dn.bjj'Gn 45 1 ', 

etc. (Ki)"- 305 ), poet, toby Dt 22 23 + 11 t. +, Jb (perh. sts. sg., Ges* 103 '■*•); 3 fpl. ?nby, tLv 3 4.io.ib f^ ( on the appar plur fom of ^J| ) $?, etc., v. Ko"- 309 *, and cf. sub I?). . Upon, of the substratum upon which an object in any way rests, or on which an action is performed ; as fixrrby upon the earth Gn i 11 -* 7", etc., f 1 io 6 mi pN by over a wide country ; riDINH by upon the ground Ex 20 12 + oft., Am 7 12 naps rants by, is 1 4 2 '•> riant* by, f 137 4 133 npns' by (rants being properly ground, soil, is construed regularly with by, ABItO being very rare), more definitely *Jfi by rantcn Gn 6 l Nu 12* + oft.; DlpB by Lv 1 4 28 Je 45 6 (uncommon : usu. ?) ; Dt 1 7 20 Is 9 6 by iriappp upon his realm, 2 Ch i 1 ; CWS by very strangely Ho 11" (rd. D^naE'rn with ®: v. 7 C a 0) ; constantly after such vbs. as nw, a^, an, etc., Gn8 4 Ex ii 6 ; by ana to write (idiom.) on a book or other surface, Jos io 13 , etc.; by NX» go forth over Gn 41 45 Zc 5 s ^8i 6 ; with im, 'HPDJ, npa (fig.), to lean or trust upon: Gn 3 14 to go ^Ha by upon thy belly, 32 s2 to limp ia"V by wpcm. his thigh, 1 S 14 13 Ez 3 7 10 ; Ju 15 8 to smite ^ by pit? leg upon thigh, i. e. so that the scattered limbs fall one upon another, Am 3 15 . And with ref. not to a horizontal surface but to a side, Lv i 5 + by pTJ to pour against the altar, 1 K 6 518 to build against the temple, Jos 10 27 , etc. Fig. Ex 23 13 let it not be heard *pB by upon thy mouth (in our idiom, upon thy lips, as Pr 22 18 ), ^ 15 s fafey by b3"5 SO he slandereth not (i.e. prepares hv

hy not slander) upon his tongue, 2 S 23* by inbt31

  • ?te^, Pr 1 6 s3 - 27 3 i 26 Ec5 1 ; cf. D$# by kV?

or n"| by ^i6 4 50 16 ; Ez36 3b . Specially a. — (a) of clothing, etc., which any one wears, Gn 3 7 23 the tunic vby "IB>K which vf as upon him, Jos 9'iKi i"° Ru3 15 + ; Gn 24 30 38 30 2 S 13' 8 , of a sword 20 8 Ct 3 s ; so by rvn Lvi6 4 Dt22 5 Ez44 18 1CI115 27 18 7 (H2S8 7 b« : see p. 4 1 a) ; cf. rfft fty «b Lv 1 9" Ez 44 17 , and with '"V^n, below, 7 b. (6) With verbs of covering or protecting, even though the cover or veil be not over or above the thing covered, but around or before it (' upon ' referred to a side) : v. f33, np3, Trap, n?y ; Ne 2 8 iby naiun vibx T, cf. v 18 Ezr 7 6 - 9 giuui . Ex 2 7 n the veil that is ^^ p e ftg y ore ^ the testimony, 1 S 25 16 Uby vn nDin they were a wall about us ; by "I3D to shut in (or down) upon Ex 14 3 Jb 12 14 ; Ez 13 5 Jb 13 s7 26" 36 30 he spreadeth his light 1'by aiowi him. b. Of what rests heavily upon a person, or is a burden to him, Is i 14 rnbb 'by VH they are a cumbrance upon me, Jb 7 20 1 am a burden vy wpon myself, 2S15 33 (cf. with b« 19 36 ); by "133 to-be heavy upon, Ex 5* al. (v. 1?3); of sin, calamity, etc. Is 53 s Ez33 10 f 88 8 Jb 21 9 2 Ch is 5 28 13 Ec 6 1 8 6 (cf. 5 a/9); Lv 7 20 taN»til vby 2 2 3 : idiomatically, Gn 48 7 brn ty n'riD Rachel died upon me (i.e. to my sorrow), 33 13 vy rivy lp,3ni are giving suck upon me (i.e. as a care to me), Nu n 13 vy '33? they weep w/><wi me (vexing me), Ju 14 1617 19 2 (v. Be),

S 2 1 16 to play the mad man upon me, Je 1 2 n . 

c. Of a duty, payment, care, etc., imposed upon a person, or devolving on him, as by DE' to lay upon Ex 5 8 21 2230 (n§>), 22 s4 , cf. Gn 47 16 2CI135 25 ; with other verbs, Jb38 10 Dt24 5 26 6

K 15 20 18" 2 3 m Ne ic^Est I 8 9 2 '- 27 - 31 ; with 

'"IjX enjoin w^otj Gn 2 16 + oft., 3T13 prescribe to 2 K 2 2 13 ^40 8 , W121 castwpora iSi7 a, (v 21 T by), T by |TO (fig.) Gn 42 s7 2 K i2 ,a 22 s , cf. 1 K 14 27 , ary V io 14 , bba 37 5 > Tb^n 5s 23 , nps Jb 3 4 13 al. ; Gn 30 28 V!^ *P3b' n 3pJ fix thy wages upon me (name thy wages to me), 34 ,2-| L 1 b "IKD VV 13";? JJTOI multiply wpon me, etc., 2 S 19 39 (pregn.) whatsoever thou choosest (and layest) upon me; without a verb, Ju 19 20 'by TfifcHi PI only let all thy wants be upon me, Ezr io 4 ^ 56 13 TT7? vy thy vows are upon me (i.e. I owe them : cf. Nu 30 7 - 9 - 15 ), Pr 7 14 'by D'obf 'Hat peace-offer- I ings were upon me ( = were due from me); ]>erh. 1^62' 77 1 (to the charge of); with an inf. 2S18 11 nnb vVI and it would have been incumbent on me to give, etc., 1K4' Ezr io' 2 (accents [Baer], RV m ), Ne 13 13 , cf. Zc 1 2 2 (Ew EV m ) ; Nu 7 9 (P) the service of . . . was upon them, Ez 45 17 , so especially late 1 Cli 9 s733 23 31

Ch 2 3 bsib" by nxT Dbiyb, 8 15 24 s Ezr 7" 

Ne 1 1 23 ; Is 9 5 and the government is upon his shoulder (cf. 2 2 22 ), 2 Ch 25 s ; ^f 1 'K"by '??» my shield rests upon God (he has undertaken my defence), 62 s '1331 yfi D'nbN"by. d. by is used idiom, to give pathos to the expression of an emotion, by emphasizing the person who is its subject, and who, as it were, feels it acting upon him : ^42" why art thou cast down, O my soul, vV > W$ and dis- quieted upon me? v 7 my soul upon me is cast down, v 12 43 s Las 20 ; V--I3I 2 h? ^"?? 3 '55*35 vy b»33 IDS is my soul upon me'; 142' 4 »ffln 'by IBynna w hen my spirit faints upon me, 143 4 Jon2 8 ; Je8 18 Vr >ab 'by my heart upon me is sick, Jb 14 2222 (cf. Di), Hos n 8 '3b vy "jSiti my heart is turned (altered) upon me, 1 S 17 32 25 M Ne5 7 'by '?b -jbBJl and my heart took counsel upon me: cf. ^ 42 s I will pour out my soul upon me, Jb 30' 6 ; io 1 rntyn TV!? vy I will let loose my complaint upon me. (Thes apud me, mecum. The rend. ' within me ' alters entirely the point of view of the Heb. expression, and is incorrect.) Denoting with some emph. the subj. of an experience, Jb 30 2 nb3 H3S 10'by, Dn 2 1 his sleep 1'by nJTro was done with upon him (cf.Aram. 6 l9 'ni- , yrtt5) 1 io 8 'by tI»Tl?j nini (cf. 5" 7 s8 ): also, Tather differently, Lv i8 18b Je 49 20 Dnjj nn'by Blfc. »6 dx, Mi 7 13 j/ 9o 17b ; ijr 7 9 ace. to my perfectness upon me, EZI8 20 ; 22 3 2CI136 8 . e. 7V iTn to live upon (as upon a foundation or support; cf. I33 1 , and £i}i> M twos), Dt 8 3 onbn-by, is 3 8 16 (cf. Hi), Gn 27 40 ,Tnn Inn by upon ( = by) thy sword thou shalt live (cf. Kazwini" 17 ap. Tuch), Ez 33 19 , cf. v 26 . f. Of the ground, or basis, on which a thing is done, as Gn 24' nm nain by, Lv 7 12 if he offers it n"jin ?y on tlie ground of a. thanks- giving, Nu6 21 np by, v b Ezi6 15 28' 7 D118 25 ibsb by, 9 18 wrotro by (with JU this use is extended so as to denote explicitly on condition of). Hence (a) the basis being conceived as C V*

hv regulative, by comes to denote the norm or standard (cf. Germ, 'auf die Art'; W A0 "-s rai ): t lie transition may be seen in a passage like Ex 24 s the covenant which '< made with you on the basis of (?J) or in agreement with, all these words (cf. '3 by 34 s7 ), Nu 35 s4 D'BSSTDn by r6sn, Dt 17" Je3o 18 the palace shall sit (i.e. he inhabited : v. 3E") iCEC'D by in accordance with its manner, (r 94 20 who frames mischief P^by in accordance with a law, , , , *B 7J? ace. to the mouth (i.e.command, Gn 45 21 4- oft., evidence Dtiy 6 19 15 , sentence 21 5 ) of...; ...wby ace. to the name of . . . (mostly with cull, be called) G11 48" Ex 2S 21 2 S i8 ls + , cf. 1 Ch 23 14 ; Ex 6 M 1 2 51 DTKO? by ace. to their hosts (usu. b), Nu i 18 Dnnaefo by (usu. b), v 52 2 234 .7 3 (b), Dt 1 8 s (prob.); »TJ ^ ace. to the hands (direction) of Je 5 31 33 13 al. (v. p. 391 h); ^ 1 io 4 'D ^rnrn by a /^ r the manner of M.; Pr 25" (prob.) a word spoken V3SK ?y i'» accordance with its circumstances = appositely ; of the tune ace. to which a song is to be sung (RV. set to) yfr 6 1 (1 Ch 15 21 ), 8 1 9 1 12 1 45 1 46 1 (1 Ch 1 5 20 ) niDP5T?y (perh., however, in the manner of maidens = for 'sopranos'), 53 1 56 1 60 1 69 1 8 1 1 84 1 88 l (cf. in Syr. ? Jli^^). (6) The basis being conceived as involving the ground, ?JJ denotes the cause or reason, on account of, because of, Gn 20 3 lo thou shalt die nt?Nn ?y on account of the woman, 21 12 2 6 7,9 27 41 42 21 Lv4 328 5 18 i 9 17 26 18 - 2428 Dt 9 18 24 16 fathers shall not be put to death D^2~by on account of children, 3 1 ,8 Jos 9 20 Je 1 I6 5' Ez 1 8 26 D'T^P (II 33 19 D ??)> Pr 2 8 21 V39 ,s 5o 8 +oft.; V'44 23 U!"i'n 'JvV ore </ty account are we slain all the day, 69 s Je 15 16 ; in the phrases by . . .tot, ninix by, ntft by and nj by ow this account, TO by on. what account? J?"^y = therefore (v. "n - !, n^K, etc.); before an inf., as Ex 17 7 "'TIS DniD: by] and on account of their trying '», Am 1 3 DW by on account 0/ their threshing = because they threshed, v 6 - 91113 , etc., Je 2 ffi Tp.OK by 6«caws« o/thy saying, 9 12 i6 18 + ; and as a conj. both with and without Tt?K or '3 (v. infr. III). And so often of the ground or cause of fear, grief, delight, or other emotions, e.g. Ex i8» 32" (Dm repent : so oft.), 1 S 4 18 30" 2 S i= 6 3 8 1 K 2 1 4 2 K 6 11 Je 10" Am 6 6 . (c) Somewhat more strongly, on behalf of, for the sake of, Gu 19 17 escape "]t?B3 by for thy life; Ju9 17 2K10' by DOJ« (usu. b); 1 K 2 18

will speak on thy behalf to the king, v" 

(2 K 4 13 b); Est 4 16 ; 4 8 7 7 ; 8 n 9 16 Dn 12 1 -my by stand up (in late Heb.) on behalf of; by bbsnn intercede for (usu. nyl) Jb 42" Ne I 8

Ch 30 18 ; 29 s ' Ezr 8 35 ; and very often with 

IS? (q. v.) make atonement for. (Not very common with other verbs.) (d) Sometimes it acquires almost a final force, for; Ex 1 2 4 29 s6 30 16 Dt 2 7 13 there shall stand nbbiprrby (||v 12 ?n:ib), ^8 9 48 tc^h-io-by DT^nj|T^ n*n3 unto w h at vanity hast thou created, etc. ! Pr 29 s b 2 Ch 23 18 Ec 3 17 . («) Of a condition, or attendant circum- stances (rare; so Jl£, -W AO " S59 '): ^50* bg ! n2T T upon, with sacrifice, 92 4 '131 "Wy by with a ten-stringed instr., with a harp, with sounding music on a lyre ; 3 , "3 by upon occasion of& law- suit EX23 2 Ez 44 24 , nio av by 1S25 9 (cf. ^^a- ^Lc at a lime of . . . Qor 28 14 ), Ne 12 22 (?rd.Ty BeRy), Is 18 4 lix "by njf Dfa at time of sunshine, 64 11 n^N by, Je 8 18 ffcj by a t time 0/ sorrow, 16' (but Gie b3K by <o) : with abstr. substs. to form a periphr. for adverbs, Lv 5 s2 and swear TjJB* ?y wpon. falseness = falsely, Je 6" = 8 11 to heal a wound n?p_i by lightly, easily, ^3i M "•'TJ ^ = abundantly, Is 60 7 pY} by = acceptably (cf. s jj j.i = iot'^ delight). (/) It hence acquires the force of in spite of, notwithstanding (so JiJ., W AG " SS "), Jb 10' l^f? ?y in spt<e o/thy knowing, 34S by , DBK'D notwithstanding my right I am to be a liar (Di De Da RV : otherwise Hi RV m ). Cf. below, III c 6. (g) Upon, concerning, with vbs. of speaking, as-iai Jug 3 1K5 13 , TOKJei6 3 27 ,9 (||i?N) 33 4 , hearing Gn4i 15 T?V S *?W& I have heard con- cerning thee, saying, etc., 1 K io 6 Is 37 s (|| 2 K I9 9 ^N), disputing Gn 2 6 21 , telling 1S27" Jo I 3 , commanding 2 S 14 8 1 K 1 1 10 , being vexed 21 4 2 K 6", crying 8 s , confessing ^ 32 s Ne i 6 ; of the object of a prophecy or vision 1 K 2 2 8 Is 1 l a 1 ; and often with similar verbs. {h) In a somewhat weaker sense, in the matter of, as regards, Gn 41 32 Dibnn nfaB'n by), Ex 2 2 8 Ru 4 7 Lv 5* M Dn 9 14 b Ne 9 s3 ; by Nan Lv 4" (|| H3 v 23 , cogn. ace. v 28 ), 5 6 Nu 6" Ne 13 s6 ; • • • TOT."bj? in the matter of, Nu 25 18 31 16 . bv

by . It expresses excess (synon. IP q.v.); Gn 4 8 M I give thee T n * ^ "IOT Q=f one shoulder (ridge) above thy brethren, Ex 16 5 by nma double a6we or beyond, Nu 3 46 Dt 25 s stripes fljN~by beyond these, Jos 3 15 Jordan by *^ was full over all its banks (cf. 4 19 Is 8 7 b by ibn, nby), -f 138 2 Ec 1" Dn i 20 by rihj -fc-y ten times above (cf. in Aram. 3", and ^JJ- Qor 3 7 163 ), Ezn 6 tby lib = beside (v. 13); ^ 16 2 (si vera 1.) ybv ^ 3 V?* 5 my welfare is not beyond thee, i. e. does not lie outside thee. — Of time, Lv 1 5 s5 if she has an issue Pirni by beyond her time of impurity (cf. Is 32 10 , 4 b). . It denotes elevation or pre-eminence, as by Jl-by high (fig.) a&ow, Dt 26 19 a/., 28" T 1 ^ nby will go up above thee, cf. Pr3i M ; ^ 57 6 ' 12 he thou exalted above the heavens, 80/ 95 3 96 4 , etc., Ne 9 s ; with words (q.v.) such as 133, b"U, pTIl, X5W (Ni. Pi. Hithp.), ny, and esp. those denoting rule or superintendence, as ibo, TpWl; so with ntf, IW, jnJ, Gn4i 33 - 10 - 43 , Biff 1 S 18 5 ; with Tj?B, n'E>, TJ^O, etc., GD4I 34 Ex i 11 18 21 , etc. ; abs. 2 S 8 16 Joab was N3Xrrby over the host, 20 23 "- 24 1 K 4 4 " 6 5 30 ; Nuio 14 * iCh9 2326ff - 2 7 25ft 2CI130 17 3I 12 ; in"? by fta of Joseph's steward Gn 43 I619 44 L4 ; and in the official titles JVsrrby T0j*=tb* Governor of the Palace Is 2 2 15 al. (v. tt% 6); DBPrby iBta the overseer of the forced labour 1 K 12 18 ; "it^X "I'J'irby the governor of the city 2 K io 5 , nnnbon by i^x v 22 . . It expresses addition (cf. cVl in Gk., e.g. fVi Touroif); viz. a. introducing the com- plement of a verb, as with IPJ to add upon or to, i^6i 7 + oft. (v. *|PJ), ne> to put to Gn30 40 , nib? to be joined to Nu 18 24 Is 14 1 (also c. bx), bsj to fall to, i.e. desert to, Je 2i 9 + , lay to pass ower to Ex 30 ,S14 Is 45 14 (cf. 60 5 ); also Hb2 16 by Di3 3BJ1 La4 21 , Est4 7 ; 3^na to be reckoned to Lv 25 31 2 S 4 2 , by iTn Nu 36 12 ; ^69 28 o;iy by jiy run, i s5 6 8 vby pagx *"5> I will yet gather (others) unto him. b. Used absol., as Gn 28' he took Mahalath VVi by in addition to his (other) wives, 31 80 (cf. bx Lv 18 18 ), Nu 3 1 8 Drrbbn by in addition to their slain (|| Jos 13 22 bx),'Dt 23" Ez 16 37 " 25 10 ; Is 32 10 n3B* by D^DJ days upon, in addition to, a year, 2 Ch 3 r 15 D'O; by D'p;, Ez 7* by njh Xtan nih (|| bx), Je 4 20 (if top J=6 e proclaimed), Jbi6' 4 njT^"^ H? ^?H?! (cf. Lag* 1 " 112 ; also II. 14 130 tXxof €^"'«Xic«i'Odyss. 7 120 '-, Qor 3 1 13 ). So often in laws of P (cf. c), Lv 7 12 he shall offer rnfrin rnfby in addition to the sacrifice of thanksgiving, etc., v 13b Nu 6 20 15* 28 io.is.24 ( c f.i3bt? v 31 29"), 35 8 ; Ez 16 43 (HiSm RV: cf. 44 7 bx). c. Hence by an easy transition it denotes together with, with, Ex 35 s2 men togetlier with (by) women, Jb 38 s2 DHJJD rwa-by t^yi and the Bear with her children, wilt thou lead them t 1 K 15 20 Je 3 18 the house of Isr. with the house of Judah, Mi 5 2 (Ca Ke Kue ; but al. as 7 c a), Gn 32 12 lest he come and smite me, 0^3 py DX the mother Wiethe children (cf. Ho 1 o 14 Dt 2 2 6 ); and as a techn. term in the regulations for sacrifice, esp. with bax, Ex 1 2 s wbax Dnip-by togetlier with bitter herbs they shall eat it, v' his head with (by) his legs, etc., NU9 11 Dt 16 3 )'DPI l"by baxTrx'b (cf. Ex 23 18 34 s5 ), v 3 ; in the phrase Din by bax to eat withthe blood i S 1 4 32 - 33 (v 34 bx), Lv 19 26 Ez 33 25 (cf. in Gk. e.g. *m t£ o-iVo) nivetv vSap) ; see also Lv 2 216 3 4 (so v 1015 4 9 7 4 ), 4 11 7 13 * 30 io 16 14 31 2 3 ,8 - 20 Nu6 17 19 s ; 1 Ch7 4 . . It expressesthe ideaof being suspended, or extended, over anything, without however being in contact with it, above, over : Gn i 20 let fowl fly over the earth, 1 cj* by xy BWTl had come forth upon the earth (cf. by mt Ex 22 2 + ; by X3 go down [set] upon Dt 24 15 Mi 3 6 ; Jb 25 s ), Nu io 34 14 14 and thy cloud stood Drvby over them, Dt 28 2b the heavens ~WtC~b)l above thy head, Is 4 5 60 1 2 Zp 2 11 Zc 9 14 ^ 7 8 <wer it return thou on high, Jb 29 s ^th ?y Hj ibns (cf. by ~IV be extinguished over, 18 6 ), Ct2 4 his banner over me : fig. of protection Dt 32 3S jr 68 3 ° : with vbs. of motion (expressed or im- plied), by npK'J to incline over 1 S 13"*+ , HD3 by w Ex 14 16 is 23"+ (cf. f 2 1 12 ), by ^:n to swing over Is n 15 19 16 ; by y^DOT to proclaim over Je4 16 A1113', cf. Nuio 10 2CI113 12 , X1p3 by DB* a name to be called over 2Si2 28 + (v. Xip). . From the sense of inclining or im- pending over, by comes to denote contiguity or proximity, Engl, by (or sts. on) : — a. in designating localities, esp. those beside water, Gn 14 6 -onarrby by the wilderness, 16 7 W. by D^sn by the spring of water, 24 1330 29 s three flocks lying ^bv by it (the well), 41 1 NU3 26 13 29 D'rrby by the sea, 22 5 24 s gardens 1^3 bj? 3 c 2 «T»

hv Dt3" 33 8 Ju 5" j'iSi' '> hvn nmo bv (Ez

s ), 4 1 2 K 2 7 and they stood p"Vn"?y by the 

Jordan, 25* Is 19/ 38 20 ^ I 3 planted by water- courses, Jei7 28 Jb 30 4 3 1 9 nns by by the entrance, Pr 14", + oft.; "pin by by the way Gn38 21 1 S24 4 ; Ez 48 s4 *■ 1?UJ ?y adjoining his border ; by "QJ? to pass by a place 1 K 9 18 Je 1 8" + , fig. ytys ?y ~ay to pass by transgression, i.e. to overlook it, Mi7 18 al.: • • • P9] 79 on the right of... i//iio B +, . . .Tj^J, <"T& by, • • • 103 ?S on the side of . . . (see these words) : less freq. (exc. as c) with ref. to persons, Nu 2 B Ivy D'?nni and those encamping next him, v i2.20.27 6 9 v 't, y nD nlD , ,3^ 2 K 1 1 u % the king round about (cf. Nu 3 26 supr.), 'B ?y nay Gn ' 2K 4 9 +. b. 2 S 9 710 to eat bread '3 10^ by at any one's table, Ex 16 3 when we sat "l'9"7J "iban, i S 20 24 Kt to sit D.rferr?J> a t meat ; 25 13 30 24 to remain Dvarrpy ; Pr 23 30 to tarry long "trby at (or over) the wine, Jb 39' ! 1jJO^*7$ at thy crib : cf. BEBton by 3E>i>n Is 2 8 6 '.' c. Idiomatically, with "toy and 3W to stand by (lit. over, — orig. no doubt with ref. to one supposed to be seated), Gni8 2 three men V?y D'aSH standing by him, v 8 and he Ivy IDS) standing by him under the tree, 24 30 % the camels, 28" 1 S 4 20 2S1 1 i2 17 20" 12 Am7 7 ;esp.ofpersons standing about a superior, as servants or courtiers, Gn45' Ju 3 19 1S22 6 ' 17 , of persons surrounding a judge Ex 18 1314 , of s heavenly ministers, 1 K 22'* (cf. Is 6 2 ib byva), ZC4 16 , and with avnn 6 5 Jbi 6 2 1 ; also of one standing by (prop, leaning over) an altar or sacrifice Nu 23 s6 1K13 1 (cf. 7 b) Am 9 1 ; of an Asherah by an altar Ju 6 2528 (cf. ?5f8Dti6 w ). . In connexion with verbs of motion (actual or fig.) : — a. of motion from a higher place downwards, down upon : thus (a) "Vocn ?y to rain upon Gn 2 6 19 24 , ?y TV 15 11 , by pU* to pour upon Gn 2 8' 8 , 'a 'HKIy ?y ^33 Gn 33", V3B i>y ^>S3 to fall on his (own) face 17 317 , DP ^y to put upon, 2i 14 2 2 6 ' 9 24 47 (v 22 Sam Di),

  • |3 ^y ]K to place ora the hand of . . . 40" 21 ,

by ybtin 2S20", etc.; cf. Jb29 22 *]is>n io l ?jn 'nb, Mi 3 6 Na 3 12 . (6) In diff. fig. connexions, as of sleep falling upon one, Gn 2 21 15 12 ; of fear 9 2 I S n 7 (v. "in?, rTTJJJ, nD'K) ; of good or bad fortune, esp. the latter, coming upon one, as with K13 and K*3M, Gn 27 12 Dt 28 s (in good sense), v 15 , Je5 12 19 3 (nyi, as oft.); of retribution, reproach, the Divine wrath, etc., with diff. verbs (t03n, }n:, TV, bm, wk, etc.), as Gn 20 9 Nu 12" nson ; Gn 42 s6 rti?3 Vn ^y upon me are they all ; Nu l8 5 + (^y ^ IWI); Dt I 9 10 DT (cf. ^N 2 S 2I J © We Dr), Ju 9 24 1K2" 2 S 16 8 Ho 1 2 15 ; 2 S 3™; 15 14 ; 1 S 11 s nB-in; Jei 4 16 ; 26 16 'pj 01 (H»), Jon 1 14 ; Ez 7 s - 4 - 8 23 49 36 M ; f 7 17 o^ 23

6 nam nnn ny-i by Kfan (lay upon me: 

but Hu sm, Pn7 13 ), 140 11 ; i>l» non *]bb> Ez 7 8 + oft.; without a verb, Gn 16 6 Yfl W& my wrong be upon thee, JeSi 35 (||PN); Gn 27 13 ~rbbp vy; 3s 29 (accents, KV m ); 2S I 16 tot iwtnby, 14 9 liy n ty; Is 24" Je 4 8 43 ; 50 s7 ; Ezi 3 3 .».7S 'in; ^55> 6 Kt.; of a blessing, Ex 32^ jr 3 9 , a curse Dt 30 7 , mercies (prob. conceived spec, as descending from heaven) V' 33 23 86 13 90 17 103 17 (with 13J be mighty over or upon, v 11 117 2 ), 116 12 145 9 Ezr 3", Dl^t? ^I25 6 128 6 lCh22 9 . (c) Introducing the object w/fon which an action, or emotion, esp. if accompanied by a gesture, is conceived as being directed (but with some of these words, esp. when they refer to an event, rather than a person, as Ex 18 9 , py is to be explained from 1 f b). Thus with verbs denoting the manifestation of joy or grief, as tri& to rejoice over, 7% nc'E>, Jiynn, IKSnn, pn'e>, bin, nsD, doe', naa Jun 37 +, t&: (t'E'D) fWp to take up a lament, or proverb, over (see these words) ; prob. also in by K33n prophecy over Ez 1 1 4 13 17 +; with Din, port, Drn to shew compassion on (cf. 1 K 3 26 [Gn 43 30 ?x], Ct 5 4 [Je 3 1 20 P]); with "«3tf, 1pB>, Tjg (Jb 8") to guurd or watch over; with fy' to counsel upon Is 1 4 26 + , apn to devise (usu. in bad sense, Je 29 11 in good), "l?" 1 ! (nyi Je n 17 + , naio 18 20 3 2 42 ), W D'pn Je 29 10 . Of more distinctly phys. acts, with n33 to weep on Gn45 1415 +, plE* to hiss, pDD or Sp ypn to clap the hand, f)3 nan Ez 22 13 (|| ba) ; Is 5 30 to growl over, 3 1 4 Ez 36 s Jb 30 5 ; iTJinn to confess over (the goat), Lvi6 21 ; Ex 30 10 * (prob.); Dt2i 6 ; Jb6 27 4 o 30 . b. From a lower place upwards, up upon, up to, as by n?y to go up upon : Ex 20 26 1 S 2 21 * 1 K i2 33b 2 K i6 12b 2 Ch i 6 (an altar, i.e. to a ledge beside it; cf. 2 K 23", and TV Lv 9 s2 1 K i 63 ); Ju9 51 Is 14 14 40 9 , etc.; to come up upon (in diff. connexions) Ex io 12 Lv 16 9 (fig.), 1 9 19 1 S 1 " 6 7 1 K 1 o 1617 ; fig. 2b by npy Is 6 5 17 + b

by (v. 3^, 33b, 3d); in Hiph. i K 20 33 by W^l rnrian, Am S 10 (cf. 1 a a), 2 S i 24 Ez 37" f 137" (fig.j, 2Ch3 614 (= ornamented with); Dt 28 61 (cf. Ex is 26 "); 2 Ch 20 34 the history of Jehu which ?$> n?yn was brought up upon (i.e. in- serted in) the book of,- etc. (cf. 32 s2 ; and 3n3 by supr. 1); cf. D'Otrrrby V HD3 wj> to heaven Exc^io 21 ; 17 16 . O. Expressing direction towards (not com- mon, exc. in sense against : v. infr.) — (a) with verbs of motion, projjerly of a person (or thing) moving to another so as either to stand above, or rest upon, it (cf. Pusey"" 1 -*'- 383 ), Ex 34 12 rrby X3 nnx "ispk pNn (simii, of a land, or place, 18 23 Nun 12 1K2 26 fjV^S 1.b nh:y, Ez 32' Je 3 18b 16' 3 2 2 26 , and after M0 or 3^n 16 15 22 27 23 s 24" [but bx 27 22 30 3 al.], Ez 29"; Qn40 B ^J?^P 1?T.™. 4 lIS ; 3 oS3 ^ **an 9 nrfip <o OT'eio my hire ; fiD K*E3 by X3 to enter in upon or beside a corpse ; JIB'S* by X3 Gn 1 9 31 Dt 25 s (usu. bx); Jos 3 16 & by tn? D '9, Ez 47 s

k 18 12 r;*p6 -ifx-by ^C!, ^ 19 7 ; 2 k 16 12 ; 
Ch 20 24 ; IS53 1 upon whom (coming from 

above) was a arm revealed? 62 10 by DJ 10'"in D'cyn orer towards (but 49" bx): but often it is dub. if this force is perceptible ; and in gen. by in such cases seems to be used merely as a syn.— perh. as a slightly more graphic syn. — of ?X (cf. p. 41); in the later language, also, it may be due partly to the infl. of Aram., which does not use ?X ; thus (a) with a personal obj., with assemble or be assembled, Ex 32 1 2 S 17"

K 8 5 11 24 2 K 22 20 (2 Cb.34 28 and usu. bx), 
Ch i 3 7 , nby Gn 3 8 12 Jos 2 8 1 S 14'° (v 912 fe), 

■UpiSl^v'to), X3 2 S i5 4 (v.Dr) iChi2 !3f -, NX' 2 K 24 12 , fVw 25 20 , yM Ju2o 34 - 41 (cf. Is6 ? Je i°), dj Is 10 3 , -]bn 22 15 (by . . . bx), sta 30 6 , n^e? 2 K 18 27 (by ... bx ... by: ||ls 36 13 by . . . bx . . . b«), Je 26 15 29 31 1 Ch 13 2 2 Ch

16 30 1 32 931 36 15 Ne6 &>M EZ9 6 , 3B>, OTftl 

Ne 4 6 JI 1 3 2 * (v. c), sq. ** by 2 Ch 1 5 4 30 9 , 3XTin 2 Ch 11 13 ; letters going 'b by Ne 2 7 6 17 * (v b bx). (|3) of jp/aces, Gn 2 4 49 2 S 2 !9 + |D' by to the right; within 1 S 2 11 iK 20 43 in , 3"by (2i 4 bx

S 15 20 "jbin 'jx iw by "]bin 'mo, Je i 7 Ez i 20 

(v 12 bx), T^n 1 K i 38 (v 33 bx), in: Mi 4 > (|| Is 2 - bx), Je 3 1 12 (by . . . bx), riu Ez 44 13 (|| bx), nby S24 23 2S19 1 iK6 8 (||bx),Ez4i 7 , X3 Jei 4 3 51 51 , (in by) X'3H IS66 20 ( 5 6 7 bx), IT Je 36 12 , nisn Pr2i', Ton 2S6 10 (||iChi 3 13 ba), jru Is29 12 (v"bx)Mii 14 3 5 Gn42 37 ,3B'n, 3K>, NU33 7 Je 11 10 (fig., rrbiy by), *35 13 Jb 34 is (Gn 3 » bx), Pr 26" Ec I 6 , 1 K 17 s122 (cf. 1S30' 1 bx). mnnE'n Lv 26 1 (prob.), Is 60"; pregn. Is 24" "113 by }BBX be collected (and delivered) into a dungeon: cf. by B>in Jb3i 6 (fig.), also to requite P^'by Is65 6 - 7Kt - (Je32 19 V 79 12 bx). After HX13 apipear, ^90" (by . . . bx). And as /aras,Mnto(nearly=iy)Gn49 13 hTYbyin3T1, Jos2 7 18 13 19 12 Je3i 39 Ez 4 7 18 48 2128 ^48" iCh 5 ' 6 . (6) With 1DX say to, 2 K 22 s Je 18" (by . . . bx), 22* 2 3 235 (bx . . . by), 36" 44 s0 (by . . . bx), n3T 1 S i 13 (Gn 2 4 46 bx), 1 K 9 5 Ho 1 2 n Je 6 10 io 1 1 1 2 (by . ... bx), speak to 25" (bx . . . by), 26 2 , cf. Est i 17 , 'i n3T iWl Je 25 1 1 Ch 22 8 cf. 11 10 , my 2 S 19 43 , trip Is 34 14 2 Ch

13 , W ^ 18 42 , JUD I K 17 20 , Tjy, IB' sing 

Pr 25 20 Jb 33 s7 , p'bnn Pr 29 s ty 3<> 3 bx), bbsnn

S i 10 , 3n3 2 Ch 30' Ezr 4 7 Est 8 a , ycB* 2 K 20 13 

(=Is 39 2 ), 22 13 Je 23 16 26 s 35 18 Hg i 12 ; v. also y&pn, prxn, pan, piann, b'sb'n. (c) Expressing (or implying) the direction of the mind, 2 S 1 4 1 DbBOX by "[ben 3b ; Mai 3 24 Ezr 6 s2 ; Ct 7" inp&ri 'by] (Gn 3 16 4 7 bx) ; Of byi3bjbi 8 (2 3 bx), iS2 5 25 (by...bx); Je 2 2 17 thy eyes and thy heart are only (set) upon (by) . . ., 1 Ch 12 17 1 K i 20 2 Ch 20 12 Tb? ,3 WJ'J (elsewhere bx), 1 K 2 15 DH^B ?6y 'by, >//i46 5 "" by nsb'; is io 25 nirbrirrby >sxi be (directed) towards their destruction, Je 32 3 ' (Gf Ew: cf. RV); cf. by iW look to (trust- fully) Isi7 7 3 1 1 . (The uses a, b, c are all exceptional : bx would be regularly employed.) (d) With the force of over and towards (cf. 5 and 7 a b, end) : j, 65 s by nb'by Xni3 ; to shine, etc. on, f 31 17 by ^"33 nyxn(Nu6 25 bx) ; by nx-i Exs 21 ; by ya'in Jbio' 3 ; 'pidbh by 'j'Jf Am 9 4 + (cf. Jb 1 4 s 2 4 3 34 21 ) ; by «Tpjpri look out over j/ i4 3 -f- . d. In a hostile sense, upon, against: so very often, after every kind of verb expressing or implying attack, as X3 Gn 34 MKr , 'l?^?. v 3 ", fpfp to be angry 40 2 , pb to murmur EX15 24 , IDy stand up Lv 1 9 16 + , Dp T rise up Dt 1 9" Am 7 9 , Dnb: Dt 20 10 , n:n iSn'f 27 s , nby

K 1 7 3 , *|x rnn Zc io 3 (usu. 3), nbbD ^B!^' Is 37 s3 , 

IIS besiege Dt 20 12 , 3BT1 to devise Gn 50 20 Je it '», 13^ Dt i 3 6 + , etc.: add Jb i6 4 - 491013 19' 2

27 3 o 12 , etc.; by .th 2 s 1 1 23 Xu 31 3 : ^by ysn 

(v. ?X 4); note also JU9 31 20 5 : without a verb ■^

s0 ; Ju 1 6" -pby BVvbs the Philistines are 

upon thee, 20 9 b"ii53 iJyV Against it by lot ! . By writers of the silver age, by is sts. used with the force of a dative, i Ch 13 2 Ott 310 OZph% (in classical Heb. D3fltt) if it seems good to you, aio ?jb»n by DK fNe 2 5 - 7 Est i 19 3 9 5 48 7 s 8 s 9" (cf. in Aram. Ezr 5 17 7*); ISB' by V' 16 6 (cf. in Aram. Dn 4 24 ) ; by 3TJ) + 104 s4 (elsewhere b) ; by VI Ec 2 17 (v. De ; cf. by W3 Dn 6 13 ) : ccmp. Jl) 22 s by f3D be profitable to, 33 s3 ; also 7? ?D3 (in both good and bad sense: v. bea), Ne5 19 by n'cy, 9" by ^B>0 prolong (mercy) to; by *ipn ran Ezr 7 21 9 9 (Gn 39 21 J«): 1 S 20 8 rd. prob. Dy for by. Cf. ITish. by 3'an, dear toy by »JD hateful to; Syr. ^£ y*~Zi, "%J±. ^iaao, pleasant, acceptable to. — Comp. in gen. the uses of L?, W AG "- S59 . . With other particles:— *%» by EZ41 15 ; ^ by Ez 19 11 (cf. bx 3 1 1014 ); 'JB? by Ez 4 o 16 ; bye by Ez 41" (txt. dub.), v 20 ; ijy by Ex 25 s7 (cf. bx Ez i 9 - 12 ); nas-by Est 9 26 (v. p. 462).— On v-by, "T-^y, »B by, 'ja-by, v. T, na, d^s. III. As conj. : a. "i2 i »« /y because that . . . (cf. above, II 1 f b), Ex 32 s5 and '» plagued the people lB>y "lEW by because they had made, etc., Nu 20 24 Dt 29 s4 (in answer to fie by. S01K9' Jei6" 22 9 ), 32 6151 iS2 4 6 2 S3 30 6 8 8 M 12 6 b. '3 ?y similar in meaning, but less fre- quent : tDt 31 17 Ju 3 12 Je 4 s8 Mai 2 14 ^139". c. by alone: (a) because, tGn 31 20 (E) 1«1 '?? ^, f 1 , 9 « 6 Kb by. (6) notwithstanding that (above, 1 f /), although, t Is 53" «b by n'try Den although lie did no violence, Jb 16 17 'saa ocn a'b by. IV. Compounds: — 1. with 3 (rare and late), a. as concerning, as upon tV' 119 14 by| P^'b?, 2 Ch 32 19 . b. (pleon. for ?), fls 59 1 ' 8 D&) by? nibe? bya <Ae »* f their deeds is </ie like of (that which) he will repay (by3 repeated on the anal, of 3 Nu 15 15 Ho 4": v. 3) = according to their deeds is (that which) lie will repay, Is 63' according to. . • 5 y o 304 from upon, from over, from by — used with much delicacy of application in many different connexions, corresponding mostly with the different senses of by. Thus a. from upon idiomatically, when removal, motion, etc., from a surface is involved, as nOVXn bye, WWW »» byofrom upon (the face of) the ground, usu. with expel, destroy, perish, etc. G114 14 6 7 f Ex 3 2 12 Dt6 15 28 2ua + oft. esp. Je and compiler of K; to be lifted up bye ym Gn 7 17 Ez i 1921 + , to return or be dried (of water) pxn bye Gn 8 3 - 7 "- 13 ; to roll a stone y$3% ** bye 29 3 ; of the cloud departing bye bnsn Nu 9 17 12' , cf. Ne 9 19 ; to rise up bye nbsh ju f> 1 k 2 4 , 133^0 bye 2 S 1 1 2 ; to alight (bw) bean bye Gn 24 s4 (cf. Jos 15 18 rav, 1 S 2 5 2 ' TV), rus-ien bye TV j u4 15 2K5 21 (baj); to take «M> bye Gn 4 o 19 2 S 12 30 , nsien bye Lv

12 Nu 17 11 Is 6 6 ; to see 33H bye 2 S n 2 ; to 

shoot neinn bye v 20 - 24 ; to speak rn'asn bye EX25 22 Nu? 89 ; to cast down D)T bye Dt9 17 Lv 8 W (D?33) ; to break, remove, etc., a yoke ("PWV) 1C3B' bye Gn27 40 Isio 27 Je28 1011 ; to wipe tears D^B-ba bye Is 25 s ; to take a bandage VS? bye 1 K 20 41 (cf. by v 38 ) ; often of putting off a garment or ornament, as Gn 38 1419 n^yc ns^yv nprn, Ex 33 s l^yi? f^g Tfin, a sandal Ex 3 5 Jos 5 16 , a ring hj bye Gn 41 42 ; to seek (Ehl), or hear, words "lEBPl bye I s 34 16 Je 36" (cf. 13D by 3D3 above) ; pregn. with fiP3 to wear away (and fall)/roOT off, Dt 8 4 29 4 ,. cf. of the bones or skin in disease Jb qo 17 *OXy • l» - t-: $Q TS? are pierced (and drop) from off me, v 30 'bye ine> niy is black (and falls) from off me; fig. 1S1" ^byo !JJ« n"pn remove thy wine from off thee ; Nu 14 9 Dnbyo obs ID; Ju 16 1920 vbyo ID '» (with allusion to the hair, as the seat of Samson's strength), I S 1 6 23 (cf. by in v 16 ). b. Of relief from a burden or trouble : as of a plague, stroke, rod, etc., removed from (resting) on one, Ex io 17 njn nierrnx 'bye -ip;i, Nu 2 1 7 25" Ifc* bye naaan nsyrti ( 2 S 24 21 - 26 ), f39" 1|?3 ^y» ">pn, r jb 9 34 T i 3 21 J02 20 ; of reproach Jos 5" Is 25 s ^ 1 19 22 , inicjuity Ez 18 31 Zc 3 4 , bloodguiltiness, i K a* 1 , wrath Ju 8 3 Nu 25 11 Pr24 18 , murmurings Nui7 21 ' 25 ; bye bpn to lighten from upon one Exi8 2 * + ; Am5 a TTB* Itoq 'H'O npn ; pre gn. Jon 1 »•" that the sea UvVD phip^ may be calm ^-<»ra off us ; to remove, etc., "JB bye ( v . D*Jf); i S 6 20 to whom shall he go up W'.bye — not merely ' from us,' but — /r<wjwponi<s(relievingusof his presence), so often of an army retiring from a country or raising a siege, 2 S io' 4 fiey 'J3 bye 3ff aSfh, rrhv

21 "TO ^ ^fSHi v 22 2 K 3 s7 1 8", esp. with 

nby, nby?, i K i5 l » Je 21 2 37 su + ; 2 S 19'° David fled DlbBbK by» from Absalom (whom his presence had encumbered), Ne 1 3 s8 VirnnNl typ, cf. G1113 11 25' Nu20 21 vbyo "*« DM, 2CI120 10 ; Exio 28 'by? ^ (contemptuously; be no more obnoxious to me), similarly 2 S 13 17 "kgO ntcmK }«™inbe> (Amnon of Tamar). c. From beside (cf. by 6 c), in different nuances : Gn 1 7 s2 God went up DiTUK byt3 from beside A., 35"; 18 3 -pay byo I3yn W btf (cf. by v 6 ), 42" Nu 16 2027 ; 1 Ki M to come clown naien by» (cf. by 13 1 ; 6 c and 7 b); from attendance on Gn 45 1 (cf. by i&.), Ju 3 19 vby Dnoyrrbs vbyo «t£i 1 s 17 16 (v. Dr), 2 S I3», cf. 1V13 811 2 K 25* (Je 36 21 rd. by, D being dittogr.), cf. 2Ch35 ls ; from attachment to,

  • bye prn je 2 5 Ez 11 15 44 10 , cf. 8 6 , " byo ip

Je32 40 Ez6 9 , * byn nyn Ez4 4 10U , cf. i 4 5 Dt 13 11 ; also nistsn bye id 2 K io 31 15 18 (usu. niKCnoV cf. Ez 14 6 23 18 ; from companionship with, Jb 19" p , n~!'? VV'D *ne* ; /ro»t accompany- ing protectingly 1S28 15 'by*? ID ff^MJ, v 16 (cf. by ^ no 5 ; and v. Dr); from adliesion to

K 1 7 21 tyj n»a bye btnb» yiij, is 7' 7 56' ^b'la: 

toy byi? '?, Hos 9 1 Ti&S ^59 0'?I- d. In late Heb., = by a&ove: 2 K 25 s8 JdJ '131 ND3 byD iKDD (|| J6 52 32 more class. ? byiSO), Est 3' f 108 5 dw byo bvu (|| 57 11 iy), 148 4 Ec 5 ? -ict? ros bye aba, Ne 3* 8 5 2 Ch 3 4 4 nbypb £>5*3J9 on high acxwe them ; Ez 4 1 "- 20 .— Pr 1 4 14 rd. with De Now Str vbbp»M. e. b byo (chiefly late, and pleon. for ?y, or else = the more class. syn.bbyBD): ( a ) Gn i 7 byo y;p-b(Ezi 26/ bbyBO),Ezi 2i (txt.dub.;v.Comm.), 1 S 17 39 Jon 4 6 Mai I 5 upon, over the border (territory) of Israel (so Kohl Ke : but Hi Ew We beyond), 2 Ch 13 4 upon mount Zemaraim,

20 . (b) beside 2 Ch 26'" nnbjpn naiop byc ; 

Neu"*"*** dub.: BeRy (in all) of the side 0/(1? 6) = at a little distance from ; Ke in v 3138 * upon, in v 37S8b - 39 by the side of (an . . . voriiber). fi.npy transp. fr. nbiy (q.v.) Ho io 9 . fn. T(hv n.pr.m. in Edom Gn 36 40 (P) = 1 Ch i 51 Qr (Kt Ttbs), © r a a ; @L chr AXovo. tp^V n.pr.m. in Edom Gn 36 s3 (P), © Ta>w,' TwXafi = I Ch I 40 Qr (Kt J'by), © ZoXap, A IwXa/x, ©L AXovav.

hhv 

t[T7y] vb. exult (|| form of fby q.v.; cf. Ph. n.pr.m. rby3j); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. fby! ^ 9 6 12 ; 1 s. fbyxi Jei5' 7 ; njbjTK ^6o 8 108 s ; 3 mpl. «by: 149 5 , d>g Je 5 1 "'^ 9 4 s , etc.; Twv. fs. 'iby Zp 3"; mpl.^tpy ^68 5 ; Inf. cstr. tibyb IS23 12 ; — exult, triumph 1*2 3'* Jei 5 17 ; of Isr.'s foes 2 S i 20 Je 50 11 (|| not?), of wicked V. 94 3 Je u»; of Isr. Z P 3 14 ( + , nt:B'), T^*f Hb3 M tn '■> jot'M / «a™Z< (|| nb'JK), V 149 5 ; V3?b 'y 68 5 ; subj. "ab 2 8 7 , 'pvb? Pr 23 16 ; fig. of field f96 12 (Bfrj); of' /6o 8 =io8 8 . TT /V adj. exultant, jubilant; as n. Is 5". t[V?5?] adj. exultant, jubilant (on form cf. Lag 8 " 110 );— fs. nrby jubilant city Is 22 2 (||n;o'n Ty), 32 13 , cf. Zp 2 15 and (city om.) Is 2 3 7 ,' of pers., pi. DTh> !^f 24 s ; cstr. T^ 'n^ 13 3 , cf. Zp3 u , v. np.' trTO^y n.f. thick darkness (Nil nobj! (rare); ace. to Ba E8B transp. fr. Ar. ji-c [be cloudy]; i}iZsi darkness); — abs. 'y, attending sunset Gn 15 1 ' 7 (c. vb. masc; Albr ZAWl "'< 1895, ■ 325 K6 s,at. S 35oe rd _ nmi); 'y? Ez 12 7 (IP1P), v 612 . ■•Vj?. ^. ^y. n £& r 1 ?^ v - n ^- ^?g v. by. n^V, ^5? v. mby, pby. f I. [ /v,J7] vb. Po'el, act severely (toward) (NH i<i., cZ«aZ «i(i (rare), and deriv.; Ar. Ji do a thing (drink, beat, give) a second time, 11. divert, occupy, v. divert, occupy oneself with (food, a woman, etc.); Syr. )!si>..il cause, occasion, affair) ; — act severely, alw. c. b pers. : Pf. 2 ms. V Plbbiy La I 22 as thou hast acted severely to me (in punishment, subj. '*); 'V 'Dp 2 20 to whom hast thou acted thus severely 1 3 fs. 'CTSap nb^iy ^y 3 51 my eye deals severely with me, i.e. gives me pain (1 ; text dub.; cf. Perles au»i. is g u ^ Imv. ms. idb Ppiy La 1 '■ deal severely with them.—N&. also 'y denom. infr. Fo'al Pf. 3 ms. 'b bbiy nfS »3k3p La i 12 my pain vjhich is severely dealt out to me. Hithpa. Pf. 1. busy, divert oneself with (cf. Ar. v.), alw. c. 3 pers.: 1 s. 'a "nbbynn "$frr» Ex io 2 (J) how I ['^havemade a <oyo/"Egypt; esp. deal wantonly, ruthlessly with (3 pers.) : 3 ms. bbynn 1 S 6 6 ;

fs. Pibbyrn Nu 22 s9 (JE ; Balaam's ass); 3 pi. 

ibpyniil oonsec. 1 S 3i 4 = 1 Ch io 4 , Je 38 19 ; Impf

mpl. > 5 13l - ^??yn*l Ju 1 9 25 (of abusing a woman ; || nnk VJJIJ. Hithpo'. Inf. cstr. ni^y bbivnnb 

yfr 1 4 1 4 to practise practices in wickedness (per- haps tlenom.). t.TVOT'iy n.f. pi. intens. gleaning {going over a second time); — gleaning (of grapes and olives ; Bfv of grain), always tig. of remnant : abs/y Is 1 7* (|| rn eipia), 24 13 (sim. ; || id., + "TO), Je 4 9 9 (cf. tilp v*) = Ob 6 (id.) ; cstr.17? rf>» Mi 7 1 ; fig. of warlike achievement D?!?? ^vpj? Ju 8 2 (opp. TM). I [ ?7l'] vb. denom. Po'. glean (grapes or olives ; t3if>? of grain) ; — Impf. z ms. ?"VJJI Lv i 9 ' (obj.Dn3; || OJ&p), Dt24 21 (abs., +T1D«); 3 mpl. fig. ( + /«/. a&s.) nn&?B> jSjO ^iin !?biy b$OB* Je 6"; inbb'y^l Ju 20* they made a gleaning of them (i.e. smote the fugitives). Tri7' >, ~y n.f. wantonness, deed; — abs. 'y i/M4 l 66 5 ; elsewh. pl.nvpj? 1 S2 1 1/^14 1 4 ; cstr. rWy Dt22 1417 ; sf. T^S^n 11 . °™^h{ Zp

7 + ,etc; — 1. wantonness, D v }3 , l 'V Dt2 2 1417 

wantonness of words, i.e.baseless charges (cf. Di, esp. Dr). 2. deed ; a. in gen., of men 1 S 2 s . b. of '» (only W) V'9 12 =io5 1 =Isi2 4 =iCh

3 , ^ 77" (II t-2?)> v 8 ' 1 (II v ?^)> i°3 7 ; 

?y 'y N"i3 66° he is terrible in deed toward, etc. C. usu. practices = evil deeds (esp. Ez 8 t.): Ez i 4 !K-z>2o 43 24 14 36 l7 - ,9 (all || jjj) ( f u n y ninn^in 'y 2o 44 (|| try-jn "i) ; 2 i 29 Zp 3"; Trb irvn^n v 7 . tn T , ^7jrn.f.(Ko" 1 ' 204 )deed;— oP/Vnan Je 32 19 (|| nsyn ^») ; but rd. prob. n^yn. bb> ft] n.m. N ° 9:!5 deed, practice; — only pi. D"&y» 1 S 25'; cstr. '$» *77 12 78 1 ; sf. Tp^ye Dt 2 8 20 , v&yo Ho 4 9 + , m&» is i 16 + , DfJ^PSP 3 10 + , etc.;— 1. usu. (esp. Je 1 7 t.) bad practices of men, Dv?yp JH 1 S 25 s he was evil in his practices; Ju 2 19 (|| 'HTJ), Ho 5 5 7 2 Is 3 s Je 1 1 18 + io6=° 39 (|| Dn'B'yD); ' try-in 'D Ne 9 35 ; 'O 5P </ie eri/. 0/ yowr (their, etc.) practices Ho 9" Is 1 " Je 4 4 2 1 " (sf. 3 mpl. Kt, 2 mpl. Qr), + ; D*nn 'o Zc 1 4 Qr ( -i- D"?nn "i- Kt on^Wya), D'aiD t6 IB'K '» Ez 36 31 ( + id.) ; '» IJHn Mi 3 4 ; 'D ,- )S , i .e. their consequences, Is 3 10 Je 1 7 10 2 1 14 3 2 ■» ( + Tfif). 2 . deeds of '■> V 7 7 ", of ^ 7 8 7 ; cf. Mi 2". 3. ac<<*, in gen., of youth Pr 20" (11%). [VVVO], DrT^yO Zc 1 4 Kt, v. foreg.l.

L,,L,y 

Tt3' 1 7 , 17^in n.m.pl. abstr. wantonness, caprice ; — D3 V^W Tl Is 3* caprice shall rule over them; sf. Dnvijyn 66 4 their wanton dealing, i.e. that inflicted on them. II. T^yoffoll.; poss.=I.^y (Kb" 1 ' 106 ) whence child as capricious, mischievous, but dub.; >foll. fr. 7V; in either case orig. mean- ing quite forgotten ; prob. distinct V , meaning unknown). t^iy, hbSV n.m. La ' 2 ' 19 child;— abs. &j» iSi5 3 + , ^W Je6" 9 20 ; usu. pi. D^iP ^ 8 s , tJ^Jbj", D"i5^yLa4 4 Jo2" i ; cstr.^y La2 20 ; sf. r$9 +13 f, ?^y Mi 2 9 +, un^f* 2 k 8 : + , etc. ;— cAita Mi 2 9 La 2 19S0 4 4 ; + P# (sts. dis- ting. from men and women), 1 S 1 5 3 2 2 19 j/ 8 3 Je 44 7 La2 u J02 16 , ||Dn!in3Je6"9 20 ; || D'33 ,/, 17 » (heirs of father); dashed in pieces (B"Q"i) by foe 2 K 8 12 Ho 14 1 Na3 10 Is 13 16 , cf. ^ 137 9 (J'B3); taken captive La i 5 ; stillborn Jb 3 16 . t [775?] vb. denom. act or play the child ;— only Po . Pt. ^tj» YVp "ey Is 3 ,2 my people — its ruler is acting the child. fill. [7 YJP] vb. insert, thrust in (Ar. J£, whence ji j/o/ce,- cf. OAram. ??y, % ??V., Syr. ^^Ss.jL, all enter);— only Po'. i J / 1 OBya ^j^

  • JTE Jb 16' 5 fig. of humiliation.

TO, , n.m. ' yoke ; — 'y abs. Ho 1 1 4 +; cstr. Is9 3 +; sf.^y Je2 20 Is 47 s , %l Gn27 40 +, D?h! 1 K 1 2 11 , etc.;— yoke, for cattle, DTP^ n^)y "S 1 S 6 7 , cf. Nu 1 9 2 (P), 'ya natro Dt 2 1 3 ; usu. fig. of servitude 1 K I2 <>o»>i*»> 4 =2 Ch io 410 - .11.14. t,y / y pa x k i2 49 =2 Chio 49 ; 'y fOJ] I^JJPS i'na Dt 2S 48 , so Je 2 8 14 ; 'y rrpan fi?rby Is 47 6 ; also ^ hKjS"n? (t^H!) ID? Je 2 7 8 ' ,1S ; 'y -laB' break the 'yoke Je 2 20 5 s 28 2411 30 8 ( + 's ^85), so 'y nbb Lv 2 6 13 (H), Ez 34 27 (v. note); 'y pis GU2 7 40 (J; +'» ?y») ; 'y nnn Is 9 3 ; cf. 'y Dnn Ho 1 1 4 ; also 'V b^O 'V -flDJ Is io 27 , and 14 25 ; fig. of transgressions La I 14 , del. 'y ©«BLohrBu, but read 1>V v b (v. id.); of hardship, 'V NE-J 3 s7 . TV*?? appar. n.[m.], only 'ya ^ns 51D3 Kv*?f t' ' 2? > USV1, (after 3! K")'3)/«? - nace, crucible (Hup fr. III. ^y ; De al. workslwp, fr. I. bby), but wholly dub.; NH openly Levy SHWB111 - < * 4 ; Che Du del. as gloss; cf. discussion Che ElpotT. vlli.296, 336 XT g lb. 287, 3T» D 1 ?* 761 fl. [0/#] vb. conceal (NH id., der. spec); — Qal Pt.pass. WO?5? tygo* as subst. our secret, i.e. hidden sin (|| nbij?). ITiph. Pf. be concealed, of wisdom, 3 fs. M'J?? i""????- Jb 2 8 2 '; of a fact or condition, D?V? 2 Ch 9 2 , '3} consec. Lv s 2 - 3 - 4 (all c. ft? pers.), TTO /;! 1 Lv 4" Nu 5 13 (all P); Pi. 1. ckyi conceal, c. hjn i„ peri- phrastic conjug. 1 K io 3 (IP pers.); abs. DpjJ3"?3 Ec 1 2 ". 2 . fs. nobyj Wl Na 3 ' ' may est thou be- come obscured (as to the senses; fig. for swoon), but very doubtful, read perhaps Tstbyrf [LV]. 3. pi. DwJJJ ^ 26 4 <Aose «Ao conceaZ themselves, i.e. their thoughts, dissemblers (|| WB* Tit?). Hiph. 7 J /. 3 ms. D'^n 2 K 4 27 ; 3 pi. lO'tyri Ez

2 26 ; Jmpf 2 ms. D^VPIf io 1 , D^PI La 3 s6 ; 
mpl. «7j: LV20 4 , etc.; 7w/. afo. D$yn v 4 ; i 5 *. 

D^yP Jb 4 2 3 Pr 28" -—conceal, hide, c. ft? pers. 2K4" (|| 7 T3H f6); ugu . ^irf« the eyes from (ft?), i.e. disregard Is I 15 Ez 22 s6 , "131 'V: D.byn Lv 20 4 , ft? om. Pr 28*'; hide the eyes by (3) a bribe 1 S 1 2 3 (i. e. pervert justice, but v. 1. f?y 3 d); hide (cover) the ear La 3 s6 (turn a deaf ear); hide (obscure) counsel ( n ?y) Jb42 3 ; nop 'VI? iff io 1 why dost thou ['<] hide, sc. thine eyes (so most), or practise concealment ( = hide thy- self)? Hithp. Pf. 2 ms. consec. DHD nE&ynm Dt 22 14 and thou hide thyself completely from them (utterly neglect to aid), so Inf. cstr. (DHD om.) t&ynrb v 3; go also Imp/, c. it?, thynr ^55 2 . D ^i^ Is58 7 ; once lit. a^t^P Jb6 ic wherein snow hides itself. TnuTyn n.f. hidden thing, secret (so, c. n, van d. H. Bu, W- BaerGinsb); — 'Fl what is hidden Jb 28"; pi. cstr. moan niobjjn Jbn 6 secrets of wisdom, X> 'fl ^ 44". tpQ7J* n.pr.loc. (cf. Sab. n.pr. ;e6y Hal 192 ); — priestly city in Benj. Jos 21 18 (P), ® Tafm , A AX/uav, ©L EAjiwx ; = nDjV in II I Ch 6 46 (® Tu(n<0, ®L AXa^tf); mod.'Almtt, c. 1 hour NE. of Jerusalem, v. Buhl " "- **. Irt&rhpl ffchl} n.pr.loc.in Moab.Nu 33 46 - 47 (P)T© TlfW» A«#Xn&u/z ; —'1 Tf>$ q.v. rvinVy , nvsrbs etc., v. n$s 8 ub n. thy. tjTOTP 1. ii.pr.m. a Benjamite 1 CI18 36

4 '", nr ?^V 7 8 ; ® SaAo/»a 4 fl, r a <ua6, AXajicutf, etc. 

. n.pr.loc. (= fi»?y q.v.) 1 Ch 6 45 Baer Ginsb (van d. H. DO^t). tD^STn.pr.m. Edomite Gn 3 6 U418 = 1 Ch I 36 , IfyAo/i. II. U/J/ (^of foil.; perh. orig. be mature (sexually) ; Aram. D.?y be 8lrong,a&Lrejuvenate (certainly denom.), Ar. 'Ac. be lustful (id.); cf. Sab. cby, obyyoungman CIS"- W - 30 ' 42 , Ar. pii id.; Ph. nnb]) girl; Nab. Palm. D^y, O-by stos, Palm. fpl. /lar/oia; 3. NO'.^y, WTO^y, Syr. L vi . Sv . )*>■ vi.^n young man, young woman). t abv n.m. young man ; — 'y abs. 1 S 20 25 , D !?#7 »7*J ' y prob. also v 42 16 12 (for MT DV) Gr Krenkel 2 ^"' 1 *®' 309 Bu HPS. TrTO -V n.f. young woman (ripe sexually; maid or newly married); — 'y Gn2 4 43 (J), Ex 2 8 (E), Pr 30 19 Is 7 14 ; pi. rrioby + 68 26 Ct I s 6"; niD?y~Py fo (the voice of) young women, either lit., or of soprano or falsetto of boys : 1 Ch 15 20 f 9 1 (rd. |a^ nmby-by [for & rwby], ' voce virginea apueris decantandum,' Thes), 46 1 48 15 (rd. nta^jpB [for roo-by] ■ tr. prob. to 49'). t[D <, OT?r] n.pl.abstr. youth, youthful vigour; — only sf. TB&Jj Jb 20 11 Qr (Kt to^Jf); raiby v 8 9 46 Jb 33 16 ; ^n^y is 5 4 4 . III. D7^( -/of foil., meaning dub.; cf.NH Dbiy (chiefly worta, ag-«); MI 710 D^y, Ph. id., Aram. KO.b^, l^S^, Nab. thy, Palm. ND^y ; Ar. l)Lc creation, world, etc.; Eth.^rty": aevum, saeculum, etc. ; ace. to Thes al. from 1. D^y the hidden, cf. Ko" 1 ' 87 ; Lag 8 "" 6 cp. quadril. JU primitive waters; Ew ,77a cp. Eth. (K[ ! f; time [*/by) Di 923 ]; Ba 2 * 8 " 1 " 1890 '- 685 cp. ks.ullAti,ulld [ulldnu, remote time], cf. D1 HWB65 Jen ZAT "). , 1}? n.m. long duration, antiquity, futurity;— 'y Gn9 12 +405 t.; nby 3 22 + 19 t,; Di?'? 2 Ch 33", rd. prob. D?iy (for other explan. v. note in Kit Hpt ); sf. iobfc Ec 12 5 ; pi. D'pbiy Is 26 4 +7 t., Q^JJ ^ i45 ,3 -|- 2 t.; cstr. **$» Is45 17 ; — tl. of past time: a. ancient time: 'y «B« days 0/ o/cZ Is 63 911 Am 9 11 Mi 5 1 7" Mai 3 4 ; 'J? niC^ Dt 32 7 ; 'y Dy Is 44 7 ancient people; 'yq "ia J e 5 15 ; 'y ni3-in /d waste places Is 58 12 61 4 , cf. Ez 26 Mb ; 'y 'nna anam< ga tes f 24 7 ' 9 ; 'y m« Jb 22 13 ; 'y niana Je 6 16 ; 'y ♦^g?' 18 15 ; 'y bi Pr 22 s8 23 10 ; 'y niD3 Ez 3 6 2 ; 'y(n) It? /rom of old Is 64 s lt2 w J02 2 , of the fathers Jos 24 2 , the prophets Je 28 s , the ancient Dv33 □Viy

nhvf Gn 6 4 ; (Ez 3 2 17 © Co for D'TiyD ; but i S 2 7* read dSbd for DPiyD WeDrHPS); 'y DH3 /ong' in them Is 64* (text dub.). b. 'V ,r )D the long dead VM43 s La3 6 ; so'y DJ? EZ26 20 . c. of God/I"?: former acts Is 46 s ; as redeemer Is 63 16 ; of love |/-25 6 , judgment 119 s2 , dominion IS63 19 ; long silence 42" 57"; his wisdom personif. Pr8 23 ; his existence iff 93 s . d. of things : 'y niyaj ancient hills Gn 49 s6 (J), Hb 3* (|| njPlin), Dt 33 15 (II Dip 'i" 1 ")- «• P 1 - n, D?>J> ™F f if years of ancient times; D'DPiy nnn Is5i 9 ; D'city? Ec i 10 in olden times. 2. a. indef. futurity, c. prep, for ever, always (&ts. = during the lifetime); D7IJ? "I3J? sJai>e /or ever Dti5' 7 1 S 27 1! Jb 40 s8 ; 'Vh 13V M rw /or «w Ex 2 1 6 (E), LV25 46 ; 'y iy 1 S i 22 ; 'J? n^j Lv 25 s2 redemption at any time ; '$? ITW Je 20 1 ' «i?er irregnant (womb) ; 'V niSpIl v 11 of persecutors of Jeremiah; '5? DSin 23 40 ; 'V ""fa? ^"j^alway at ease ; h v7 W (Wf) may i/ie /mi<7 ?iw alway 1 K i 31 Ne 2 3 ; of.1W D7iy tW^ Tfjfc f 21 5 ; 3B* DVI7K 'JB? Qhy 61 8 ; so of the pious, DID' t6 f jh 1 5 s ; DID' 1 73 Pr io^cf. i// 30 7 ; otherphr.: V'S? 27 ' 28 4i ,3 55 23 6i 8 73 26 i2i 8 Pno 25 ; mtfa 'y f 89 s / wifi si»io/ /or «v«r (as long as I live), cf. 52 10 H5 18 i45'- 2 ; 'yb rnin 30 13 44 9 52 11 79 13 ; other emotions and activities continuous through life

,s 3»"=7* 1 , 75 1D 86»ii9- 

-1.9:1.98.111.112 Mi 4 5 , cf. 'yb 2 9 . b. = continuous existence, ( 1 ) of things : the earth, JTJ0) D^V^ H?? Ec i 4 ; other phr.: yjr 78 69 104 5 , heavens and contents 1 48 s , ruined cities Is 25 s 32 14 Ez 26 21 27 36 28 19 , ruined lands Je i8 16 25 912 49 1333 5 1 26 - 62 Ez 3 5 9 Zp 2 9 ; 'y iy -yb Is 30 s for a witness for ever, in a book; (2) of nations : nTlK D?iy? 47 7 (Babylon loqu.), cf. ^8i 16 0b'°; 'y?3B*of Judah J04 20 ; (3) families ^49 12 TS14 20 ; the dynasty of Saul 1 S 13 13 ; house cf Eli 2 30 ; (4) national relations : n3 , X 'y continual enmity Ez 25 1S 35 s ; of exclusion from '< Pnp, 'y ~y Dt 23 4 =Ne 1 3 1 ; various rela- tions Is 32 17 34 10 ; 'y riQin perpetual reproach V' 78 M , of dynasty of David 2 S 3 s8 1 2 10 1 K 2 33 , families v 33 2 K 5 s7 if- 106 31 Je35 6 . c. of divine existence: D7iy ?X Gn2i :B (J); 'yrbn IS40 28 ; 'yi> ^K Tl Dt32 40 ; '»n *n Dn 12 7 ; of divine name, rf 'DC* HI Ex 3 16 (E), cf. 2 Ch 33 7 (v. supr.); blessing and praise of it 2 S 7 26 = 1 Ch i7 M , ^72" I35 13 ; of' himself 89 s3 ; attributes, rOHH Je3i 3 1 K io 9 ; IDn Is 54 s ^89" 138 8 ; hDfJ 'y? x Ch 26 s4 "" 2 Ch 5 18 7 3 -« 20 21 Ezr 3 11 ^ioo'io6 1 io7'ii8 12 - 3 - 4!9 i36 1 +25t., Je33 n ; •visa ^ 104 31 ; ncs 117 2 1 46 s ; pnv 119 142 ; nvy

11 ; reign Exi5 18 (E), f io 16 66 7 92" 146 10 Je 

io 10 Mi 4 7 ; 3B» 'yi> HOT ^ 9 8 29 10 102" La5 19 ; presence in Zion 1 Ch 23 s5 Is 33 14 6o 19;0 Ez 37 s " 43 7 - 9 ; his salvation IS51 68 ; 'y ny>T ft 33 s " everlasting arms ; 'yb fiT Dv6tWl n'«V 1B ; X ^3 Ec 3 14 . d. of God's covenant : 'V H , 13 e^er- lasting covenant Gn 9 16 if'-V" 1 EX31 16 Lv 24 s Nu 18 19 (all P), 2 S 23 s 1 Ch i6 17 =i// 105'°, Is 24 5 55 s 61 8 Je32 40 50 5 Ez 16 00 37 s6 ; covenant with Noah, 'V rmj> Gn 9 1J (P); God remembers it 1 Ch i6 15 = i^io5 8 , r//iii 6 ; will not break it, 'yb Ju 2 1 ; 'y nix Ex 3 i 17 (P); 'y ny nta Dt 2 8 46 . e. of God's laws : (D , )n3T Is 59 s ' ^119"; DSB'D

19 160 ; nny v 144152 ; 'y pn Ex 29 s8 30 21 (E), Lv 

fi U.» ? 34 IO U 24 « Nu ^8.11.19^ alsQ J e £2 l Qi bounds of sea) ; 'y iy pn Ex 1 2 24 (J), 'P n^n v 14.17 27 2. 2 g43 29 9 Ly 3 17 ^36 IQ 9 j g29.iH.S4 j ^ ^i. 21.31.41 j 4 l.« NuI0 . I5 15 l8 28 I9 10.21(p) ( m0&t f these in fact specif. Jewish and temporary); temple to bear God's name, 'y ly 1 K 9 3 = 2 Ch 7 16 ; 'yb 2 K 2 1 7 2 Ch 33 4 ; consecrated 'yb 30 8 ; its ceremonies 'y? 2 3 ; Levit. priesthood, 1IT1E9 'y ny i Ch 1 5 2 ; Aaronic priesthood, "VW2 T>3^ 'y iy 23 1313 . f. of God's promises: his word, 'yb Dip' Is 40 8 ; promised dynasty of David, ly 'y{7) 2 S 7' 3 '6i«=»= x Ch 1 f*""™ f i8 61 = 2 S 22 61 , 1 K 2 33 - 43 1 Ch 22 ]0 f 89 s ; 'yb 1 K 9 6 1 Ch 28" 2 Ch 13 5 ■^8 9 29 - 37 2 S 7 2929 =i Ch 17 2727 ; of holy land 1 CI128 8 , 'V Dins Gni7 8 4 8 4 Lv 2 5 M (P); gi ven 'V^ Ex 32 13 ( J ) 2 Ch 20 7 ; 'y ny Gn 13 15 , inherited 'yi? Is 60 21 ^37 18 ; 'P 13? Is 34 17 ; dwelt in 'y ly EZ37 25 ; other blessings, 'yb Dt 5 M Ho 2 21 ; 'y ny Dt 1 2 28 2 S 7 24 = 1 Ch 17" +i33*J /J? nDD'B'l S 3 5 ><'5i>'6i 7 ; 'V nil V' 139 24 ; '» Dt? Is 56 s 6 3 ,2 ; 'y nits 55"; 'V W

15 ; Jerus. to abide 'yb Je 17 25 ^ 125 1 , cf. Je 

3 1 40 ; 'y ly V'48 9 . g. of relations between God and his people, 'y7 1 Ch 29 18 -^ 45 18 8,5 6 103 9 I45 21 Is57 16 Je 3 512 La 3 31 Jo 2 2Ci7 ; 'y(n) ny ^28 9 Mai i 4 . h. of Messianic dynasty and king: 'y(7) V'lio 4 ; having divine throne 45"; name endures 72'"; established 89 s8 ; God blesses him 45 3 ; of his reign, 'y ~y nnyD Is 9". i. = indefinite, unending future: live 'yb G113" Jb 7"; vn> >ybr wwsn Zc i s the propl^s, can they live for ever f cf. 'yb Hn V'49 9 ; c. neg. never Ezr9 12 Pr 27 s4 . j. after death: 'y n3S ; Je 5 1 39 - 67 ; 'y n'3 Ec 12 5 ; 'J? *n Dni2 2 ; 'y |um v 2 ; also v 3 Jon 2' Ec 2 16 9 6 . k.=age (duration) of the world: D3^>3 K Cibyn m EC3 11 the age of the world he hath set, etc. (cf. esp. N H ; others i). 1. pi. intens. everlastingness, eternity : nyiETI tN»W Is45 17 ; why pIV Dn9 24 ; D^DPiy TIV wry Is26 4 (RVm rock of ages); D'oby bs nwbo yfr 145 13 ; also 61 s 77 s 1 K 8 I3 = 2 Ch 6 2 . m. special phr. : obiy(n) 13?(l) E)biy(n)o (}0) >tot» everlasting to everlasting, of '» ^ 90 s , /( IDn 103 17 ; benedictions 1 Ch i6 36 = //- io6 48 , Ne 9 s 1 Ch 29 10 ^41"; the land given nyl cbty job Dbiy Je 7 7 25 11 ; Dbiy "tyi nnyo from now and for ever ^ 1 15 18 i2i 8 (i.e. as long as one lives); of people's hope in God 131 3 ; dynasty of David Is 9 6 ; of God's acts, words, etc. Mi 4 7 Is 59 21 ^ 125 2 , cf. 113 2 ;— v. further 1. "15? p. 723. Cfh*$ v. D^iv. niaVy v . noby, 11. thy. rwD"^y, ~h rwo"^? v. noby, n. Dby. t[D 7^] vb. rejoice (||withTby, f£f, q.v.; NH nD^wjofcii^ (once Levy 1 ""™'"- 657 ));— Qal Impf. 3 ms. bb$£ Jb 20 ,s he shall not re- joice. Niph. /■/.' 3 fs. nnbjrj Jb 39 13 (of ostrich's wing) =flap joyously. Hitlip. Impf. 1 pi. cohort. npbynj Vr"j l8 let us delight ourselves in (2) love. t [J^7<^] T ^- assumed as V of Pi. Impf. 3 mpl. oftfv, Jb 39 30 <% irimA (1) Mood, but rd. prob. wbyb; (/I. jnb) Thes 01 De Me Di al.

[*17,J/] vb. cover (NH id., cover, faint; 

...... r e ~ Ar. i_ilc smear, 11. cover, 1 >Xc sheath; As. elpitu, pining, exhaustion) ; — Pa. 7 J £. f. covered, encrusted, cstr. ns?3JD Ct 5 14 his belly of ivory encrusted with sapphires. Pf. 3 pi. 'S?V ^'33 Is 5 1 20 </ty sons are enshrouded, enwrapped, i. e. their senses obscured = have swooned away; so also Ez 3 1 15 , rdg. 3 fs. naSjJ for subft. naby (Ko"- 1>118 ), all the trees have fainted for (by) him (so © @ SB Hi Co al.). Hithp. enwrap one- self, Impf. 3 fs.^bynril G n 38" ( J ); =swoon away, 3 ms. ^Vri!! Jon 4 8 ; 3 fpl. njE&ynn Am 8 13 . PIS -V Ez 3 1 15 v. foregoing. t 7 //,^ vb. rejoice, exult (NH id. (rare); Hiph. Impf. IVvy* Ecclus 40 20 ; As. elesu, exult; Sab. ybwjoys CIS"' **»•»-"; v. also rby, D^y) ; — Qal Pf 3 ms. "a 3? '1* 1S2' my heart exulteth in '*; 7m# 3 ms. n^T] J^V; iCh 16 32 the field exulteth; cf. 3 fs. nnj? f6i?n Pni w (II F>); > s - ^ "IfW f 9 3 (»••• in ,; ; + not?, IpBT); 3 mpl. ^3 »{>£ f 5' 2 (i« '«! II nbB>, jn); dv6n *2b|> «by: 68 4 ( + no'e>, || W*); +'? 25 s exuft a< »«,• /?)/ csir. }*b?? 3 Pr 28 12 tcAen the righteous exult.

-roy 

t[rWy»^] n.f. exultation;— sf. Dnrby 'jy bbtfb IDS Hb 3 14 their exultation was as it were to devour the poor. p/^ (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. Jlc hang, be suspended, cleave, adliere; ^jlc leech; n. unit. iilc; As. ilkitu, of some inferior animal (word- list); Syr. ion<., etc., X Ki?by a ll leech). Tnpl^y n.f. leech (perh. Aram, loan-wd.; >vampyre-like demon, Ew al. = Ar. 'Aulak ^eHeid.2,14^ or name of sage, as some Eabb.; v. discussion De Toy) ;— ni33 WJ» 'yb Pr 30 15 . nn^y Jb 5 16 etc., v. nbiy sub by/. 1, 11. or, D3? v. sub I. ooy. "7QI7 take one's stand, stand (NH id.; Ph. "ioy ; As. emedu, stand, set up ; Ar. 3SJ- prop up, support, and deriv.; Eth. 0V°J£i 2>illar; % tHIOy pillar, Syr. )?cnr>, Palm. NTlCy, cf. also n.pr. IDyD'n; Sab. TDJJ pillar, ace. to CIS lvM (or other deriv.fr. V^loyDHM zMoxixTiKiaB),!^ pl ^x pillars DHM Ep " rI)enkm - .u. A**, so^ ; _Qal 435 Pf 'y Gn 1 9 27 + , 3 fs. nnoy 2 K i 3 6 + , etc. ; Impf. Toy; Ex 2 1 21 , Itoy; Na i« + , noy: 1 s 1 6 s2 + ; is. rnbys Hb a 1 , nbysi 2 S i 10 ; 3 mpl. Vioy: j e 32 14 + ,'nby^Bz i 21 '+,

mpl. rnoyrn Dt'4 11 , etc.; Imv. iby 1 s 9"+, 

"loy 2 S 1"; fs. npy Is47 12 Je48",'etc; Inf. abs. iby Est 9 16 ; c«<r. nby. Ex I8 23 -!-, sf. ,- it?y JeiS^Tloy Ob 11 , etc.;' Pt.^y Is 3 13 + ,'f. rnoy Hg2 5 + , etc.; — 1. a. take one's stand, and (esp. pt.) stand, be in a standing attitude: c. ^ by, 1 S 26 13 2 S 2" a 2 K 2 7 + , so pt. Gn 1 8 8 ( J), 4 1 117 (E) + , by on, Ex 3 6 (E), Dt 27"+; c. 3 loc. EX32 26 Nu 2 2 24 - 26 (all JE), +; c. b«  loc. 1 K 20 38 ( + b pers.), Je 48 Ez 2 i M 2^'; c. bx pers. 1 S 17 61 2 K 5 s5 ; c. bsx Gn 41 3 (E), Ez 9 2 iq 6 Ne 8 4 ; c. V.sb Gn 18 22 ' 1 K 3 16 8™+ ; before, for intercession Gni9 !7 (J), Dt4 10 Je 15 1 18 20 , etc.; take one's stand and do a thing 1S17 8 1K8" 2Ki8 28 = Is 3 6 13 + ; sq. inf. 1 K 8" = 2 Ch 5' 4 + . b. stand forth (to speak, etc.) 2 K 1 o 9 + . c. take a stand against (?y), in opposition to, Ju 6 31 Ezrio 15 (but stand over, =have charge of, ace. to Kue G,! * Abh - i!47f ) 2 Ch 26 18 ; cf. DTby Lv 19 16 (H) against the blood of, i.e. seek one's blood, life ; c. irP IS50 8 together, i. e. against each other. d. present oneself before (b.sb) Gn 43 15 (J), Ex 9 ,0 (E), Nu 27 221 (P), I B i6 21 + ; before '"< (in sanctuary) Dt 19 17 Je7 10 T2V

-my cf. iS^Lvp^P); so in heaven iK.22 21 =2Ch 18 30 ; c. 3 loc of child at birth Ho 13", in paluce (as retainer, courtier) Dn i 4 . e. c. V.?? attend upon, be(come) servant of 1 S 1 6 22 (v. Dr),

K i 2 + ; servant of ' 1 K 1 7 1 1 8 15 2 K 3 14 5 16 Je 

15"; priests (in-]'^)"> »3^Dt 10 8 Ju20 28 Ez 4 4 li

Ch 29 11 ; of Levites, stand before OOXIgreg. for 

menial duties Ez44 u Nui6 9 (P). f. stand afar pin-10 Ex 20 1821 (E), Is 59 14 * 38 12 , '13 + io 1 ; 'ID "BIO 2 K 2 7 ; stand aloof, "1MO Ob" ^ 38 12 . g. stomd (silent) Jb32 16 . h. stand (appeal- ingly) Jbso 20 (but rd. BTpS, of G° d > Me Hi Du). i. stand, subj. ?J5 Zc i4 4 (^y loc), ^ 122 2 (3 loc.) so 26 12 (fig.). j. s<a»id, of water, D , ")!^~?5? f 104 6 . Vid. also preps. !>$, bjfg, J*?, ^y»?D, Dy, etc. 2. a. stand sfo'ZZ, stop, cease moving, of moon Josio 13 (JE; ||D'W), sun v 13 , both, Hb 3 11 ; of pers. 1 S a 27 (opp. 13?), 2 S 2 28 (opp. 17}), "»? TO? Na 2 9 + ; *<op flowing (of oil) 2 K4 6 ; remain standing, c. UVinri Ju 7 21 1 S 14 9 etc.; of eruption in skin = remain un- changed LVI3 23 - 28 ; so (without 'n) 13 6 " (all P). b.=be inactive 2 Ch 20 17 (opp.Drr?r6, + ^rnn). c.=be attentive Jb37 14 . d. stop, cease doing a thing 2 K 13 18 ; c. 19 Gn 29 s5 30 9 (both J), Jo i 15 . 3. a. tarry, delay Gn 45 s (E), Jos io" (JE; opp. *1T)), 1 S 20 38 (opp. rrjno, win), + . b. remain, c. 3 loc. 2 K 15 20 Dt io 10 ; c. "Itsy Dt5 28 (opp. 31B*); + inf. purpose Est 7 7 . c. continue, abide Je32 14 Is66 22 j/ io2 27 (opp.1?K) ; = dwell Ex 8 18 (J; ^S loc); lyb f 19 10 1 1 i 310 112 39 ; Dbi5>^ 33 I 'Eci 4 ;1lin3Hg2 5 ; ofplan= l>e established 1// 33 11 (earlier D'p, as Is 14 24 ), so Est 3 4 Dn 1 i ,7b ; = maintain itself (earlier Dip Jos 2") Ec 2 9 ; nb ^3-lDy: i& Dn io 17 . d. en- rfMr«Exi8 23 (E),Ez2 2 14 (||P!n). e. be stead- fast Dt 25" Eu 2 7 . f. persist Ec 8 3 . 4. make a stand, hold one's ground, Am 2" 2 K io 4 Mai 3 2 + ; c. ^ Ju 2 14 2 K io 4 + , "JD3 Jos io 8 2 1 44 (Ginsb; van d. H. Baer v 42 ), 23" (all D); c. by, for one's life Est8 n p' 6 . 5. stand upright : a. remain standing 2 K 13"; of bend 6 31 remain upright upon him pyV')> °f house (fig. of endurance) Jb 8", Pri2 7 . b. stand up, opp. sit, Ne 8 5 Jb 29 s ( + Dip) ; opp. lie prostrate Ez 2 1 (V^fT^S), so 37 10 (id.), Dn 10", v" 050^5?)' Est 8 4 ; of revival after death Dn 12" (late for Dip). c. stand up, rise, of water J<W3 u (+appo8. "IHK 1J), v' 6 ( -f-l»p T 4-/d. ; both JE). d. be erect, upright, of boards Ex26 15 36 20 (P). t 6. a. arise, appear, come on the scene (=D1p ; late) Ezr 2 63 =Ne 7 65 , ^ 106 30 (cf. Ecclus 47 112 ), esp. Dn 8"** II** 4 12 1 , cf. n 1 (i33),v 20 - 21 (i3r^y); c.nnn instead o/Ec4 15 ; of war 1 Ch 20 4 , deliverance Est 4 14 . b. stand forth, appear = come into being Is 48 13 ^ 33' 1 1 9 90 . c. rise up as foe (earlier Dip Am 7 9 Gn 4 8 ), c. by against 1 Ch 21 1 2 Ch 20 23 Dn 8 26 ii 14 , c. *TJJf against 1 o 13 . 7. rare usages are : a. "Jit? 'y stand with, as attendant, servitor Gn 45 1 (E), Nu i 5 (P). b. take one's stand in covenant, n ,- i33 2 K 23'. c. stand 2"?.n"Py Ez 33 26 (resort to the sword), d. stand "11 D3 j e2 gi8.22 ^ v ~liD). e. be appointed Ezr io 14 . f. stand before ("?.??) beast Lv 1 8^ (carnal inter- course) g. grow flat, insipid (Gie), taste of wine Je 48 11 (fig. of Moab), or remain unchanged (so most, in that case cf. 3 b).— H?? Dn 1 1 1 " is crpt., rd. prob. , i r t"]'?V. or "^V <?$?V subj.), join then to 1 o 21 and del. 1 1 "; so Bev Behrm Marti**". Hiph. 83 (cf.Dr I '" r - <c)535 )P/.3ms.n , '?yn 1 K i2 32 + , 2 ms. nrnoyri f 3 o 8 , nipyni x u 3 6 + > etc.; /mp/.Tt?y:Pr29 4 +,ni?y!l'2k8 1 + ; 3 fs. sf. WSBl Ez 2 2 3 24 , 1 pi. TO^r. Ne 4 3 , etc.; Imv. 15^7 Is 2 1 6 ; sf. nn'Wn Ez'24"; /«/. a&s. Tgljn Ne7 3 ; cstr. TOJjn i'Ki 5 4 + ; P<. Toyo 2CI118 34 (but v. Hoph.); — 1. station, set, c. ace. Jui6 25 (r?); for duty Nun 24 (E; ^30),

K 12 32 (3 loc), 2 Ch 19 6 (id.), Ne 13 11 {"by 

D"lt?V), Is 2 1 6 + (Ne 4'* read perhaps Qal, so Perles*"* 1, "), c ?y against Ne 4 3 . 2 . cause to stand firm ty 18 34 = 2 S 22 34 (c ?y loc); mik- tarn (opp. overthrow) EX9 16 (J), 1 K 15 4 , cf. Pr

9 4 . 3. cause to stand up, set up, erect, c. ace. 

+ ^JT^S Ez 2 2 3 24 , so npy-^y Dn 8 18 ; temple Ezr 2 68 {by loc), cf. 2 Ch 2 4 13 (by loc, of repairs); esp. doors Ne 3 1 + 7 t. Ne ; Asherim 2 Ch 33 19 , cf. 25 14 . 4. +'"?.?? present one before king Gn 47 7 (P), '« (in sanctuary) Lv 14 11 + 3 t. P, + (of goat) Lv 16 7 , priest Lv27 8 +4 t. P, + (of beast) Lv27 u . 5. appoint Ne 7 3 1 Ch i5 17 + (late); c. ?y over Ne 1 3" + , c. inf. purpose 6" + ,c. 2 ace. 1 Ch 15 16 ; = assign (land) to (b) 2 Ch 33 s (|| 2 K 2 I s i03 ) ; appoint courses of priests 8' 4 3 1 2 ,' cf. Ne 13 30 ; ordain commandments, ?y pers. Ne io 83 , cf. 2 Ch 3 o 6 ; establish Dbiyrny 1 Ch 17" (3 loc), cf. 2 Ch 9 s 1/^ 148 6 ; c. ace. of covenant j/ 1 05'°= 1 Ch 1 6 17 (b pers. + b rei) ; c. ftn vision Dn 1 1 14 ( = fulfil, earlier D'pn). +6. other meanings : a. VJETlK 'V 2 K 8" have a fixed look. b. c. ace vH + 3 loc. if/ 31 9 (fig-), c. make to stand (in a covt. ; v. || 2 K 23 s ) 2 Ch 34*. d. re- store waste places Ezr 9°. e. + n'jsp Est 4°, i.e. make servant to. f. cause wind to arise -ray ^ 107 2 . g. =raise an army Dn 1 1 " 13 . — 2 Ch 18 34 v. Hoph.; + 30 8 v. ft; Ez 2 9 7 v. TB?. ■f Hoph. Impf. 3 ms. ~1PVJ Lv 1 6'° be presented (of goiit). + "' 15^ j P*. icyo irn iKzz" /»«  teas caused to stand, i. e. propped up, in (3) his chariot, so rd. also || 2 Ch 18 34 (as ©), for MT ■WB»p.— On Pf mogri v . Ti? f 30 8 . T["1t3p] n.[m.l standing-place; — only sf. after prep. : Q"P?V"' V '^P' 1 - Ne 9 s they stood up in their place (later equiv. of DR™?), 8' (no vb.); c. npy 2 Ch30 19 35'°, h^pj 'V .34 31 ; D-icy-^y tHD^J} Ne 13 11 , so Hojr^ Dn 8 18 ; noy bx N'b^.v 17 ; T'ffi 'fr l! "lbs io". t [rnpy] n.f. standing-ground ; — sf. V>?. irntpy D3B Mi i»; text dub. v. Now. iray, "TCJ 4 n.m. 1 K7 ' 15 pillar, column:— - - 110 ' TIS5? abs. 1 K 7 15 + , cstr. Ex i3 21 + ; ""?5? abs. Je 52 21 , cstr. Nu 14 14 ; sf. ^IBJ? 2 Ch 23 13 ; pi. DHlBy 1 K 7 16 + , less oft. "ttj v 21 + ; cstr. •JOS Ex 2 6 32 +, less oft, 'B5? 38" + ; sf. VTlBy EX36 38 -!-, Mtty 27 10 + , etc.;— 1. pillar, sup- porting house Ju 16 252629 ; pillars in tabern. Ex 27 10 " 17 36 19 Nu 3^ + 27 t. Ex Nu (P), + Brf«> HlBy ^7Zars 0/ acacta wood Ex 26 s " 7 3 6 36 ; pillars in Sol.'s palace I K f M , 'yn dW v 6 , BTJS TIBS v 2 pillars of cedar (P); in Ezek.'s temple Ez 42 6 - 6 ; #$? 'y Est I 6 (in palace), Ct 5 16 (sim.). 2. two bronze pillars — 1 K 7 15

K 25 13 = Je52 17 — before temple 1 K 7 1515 + 

i 4 t. 1K7, - r 2K25 161717 = Je52 20 - 21 - 21 , Je27 19 1 Ch 1 8 8 2 Ch 3 15 " + 5 1. Ch ; perh. one of these was 'yn by which king stood in temple 2K11" = 2Ch2 3 13 , 2K23 3 ; >'y here = standing- place, platform, Thes al.; two pillars bef. Ezek.'s temple Ez 40 49 . 3. columns, uprights, of silver Ct 3 10 (litter). 4. )fS "S Ju 20 40 column of smoke: |$(n) 'y Ex I3 2122 (J) + 6t. JE, hence Ne 9 ' 219 v/99 7 ; 11^(0 1 Ex i 3 2122 (J), Nu 14 14 (JE), Ne 9 1219 ; fjfl E* "» Ex 14 s4 (J), all of the theoph. at time of Exodus. 5. a. br& 'y Je i 1 ' (fig. of proph.). b. poet, of pillars of earth Jb 9 s ^ 75 4 , of heaven Jb 26". C. of wisdom's house Pr 9 1 . t ["TOjra] n.[m.] office, function, ser- vice; — 1. station, office, post TIJJJJO Is 22 19 (jjfaifB), D*)ByB"^5? 2CI135 15 at their post. 2. office, function 1 Ch 23 28 . 3. service, prob. specif, waiting at table (strictly mode of stand- ing), cstr. vrre : D idjto 1 K io 6 = 2 Ch 9 4 .

L, cy 

t"raj*Q n.[m.] standing-ground, foot- hold i/f 69 s (in fig.). ■»*ray v. Dy infr. sub DOy. " T ■ * TIQJ/ (/of foil.; cf. As. em4, be united, associated ; emUlu, family, family connexion; NHnn?y = BH(rare)). t[nrap] n.m. 1 " 1820 associate, fellow, relation (perh. orig. f. abstr. association, cf. nnB);_alw. sf.: WBJj T3J Zeis 7 a man (who is) my fellow ; elsewhere only Lv: frPBJj 5 21 '* 1 ; recipr. irVDJB JTK 19 11 24", cf. 25 17 ; ITDy

20 , inn??, i 9 1517 25 141415 . 

Stray and similar n.pr. V. sub I. 012)1. fifty vb. labour, toil (NH id.; Ar. J»i labour, make ; Sab. 7Dy work (? n. or vb.) CIS 1 "-" - 260 ; Aram3»y : , , <^a^; Zinj. ^y; As. ntmelu, gain, possessions); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'y Ec2 21 ; 3 fs. rbay Pn6 26 ; 2 ms. !?!>»¥ Jon 4 10 ; 1 s. , rii'PyEc2 11 +2t.; 3p 1 ..^By^i27 1 ;/jnp/. 3 ms. ?BJT Ec i 3 + 3 t.; — labour (very late): in building i^ 127 1 ; tillage, c. 3 J0114 10 ; gen., c. 3 Ec 2 21 , c. *? Pr 16 26 Ec 5* c. j> + inf. 8 17 ; WfflJ bbv}_y i 3 5 17 , c f. 2 11 - ,9 -' :0 . p.h'OV n.m. nt -*t.' tw - v ' (against Albr ZAW "' am. in y T Ko 8 "'- >™ m ) trouble, labour, toil (on this form as abstr. v. Lag BN143 Ba mm );— 'y Nu23 21 + ; cstr. boj| Juio 16 +; sf. ^ Gn 4i 51 + , etc.; — 1. trouble (|| sorrow): one's own suffering, |^| ^ Je 20 18 ; Dy?J 'V f io 14 ; ^ 'yi Dt 26 7 ^ 25 I8 ; T i?Sl 'y 90'°; || n? Nu 23 21 Jb 5 «; || NW Jb 7 3 ; tft) 'V Is 53"; *V&1 *» ^ 73 16 ;

  • 3'S9 'y "^93 Jb 3 10 ; 'y '&J3B 16 2 ; 'yb Dnx

^ 5 7 ; 1d»«» en:x 'ya V 73 5 ; 'y n^E* Jb ""; 'y ^? Gn4! sl (E); - tb 'y Pr3i 7 ; ivpn 'ya 11^23 Ju io 16 . 2. trouble, mischief as done to others: || "»b> Pr2 4 2 ; 'y ^ V'94 20 ; || in Hb 1 13 ; fe?t(-a 'y mb* ^ 7 17 ; pxi 'y io 7 ; 'yi n« 55 1 ;; II n« Is '°' 59 4 Hb 1 3 ^7 15 jb 4 s

5 s5 ; iD-nsb' 7Cy -^ 140 10 mischief of their lips. 

3. <ot7, Zafiowr (late in Heb.): Ec 2 1010 - 21 - 24 3 18

4.6.8.9 gM.18 6 7 g» io 15 . „ ^,py ( q y ) jS 2ll.IO.2O gi;. 

bvy (xinf) "js^ 'y 2 181K ; £s| tbM 'y 9 9 ; = fruit of labour, V^ t « D'Bn!) 'y ^ 105 44 ; D?b ID y?3?. 107 12 he humbled their mind by toll. + 11. 70V n.pr.m. name in Asher 1 Ch 7 s3 , © A/i.ia, @L AXa/j. Voy

DJ> ft Sw n.m. r " 626 labourer, sufferer;— 'y Pn6 M + 2 t.; pi. D'bog Ju 5 20 ;— 1. labourer, workman: Ju 5 s6 Pr 16 26 . 2. sufferer, Jb

  • (|| s?s3 •'in), 2 o*

fu. .C3J adj. verb, toiling, only Ec, as pred.;— Eca IM, 3 , 4V. P vJ21* n.pr.gent. Amalek (on — v. Lag bsi65 Ba Nil6 °) ;— ancient people Nu 24 s020 , S. of Canaan — in Negeb 1 3 s9 (all JE), fierce and war- like Bedawin (cf. GASm°-« r -« 8 GFM *■*»), foes of Isr. during Exodus Ex 1 7 8 + 6 t. Ex 1 7 (E), Dt 25 1719 ; later marauders in Isr. territory Ju 3 13 6 3S3 7 12 10", defeated by Saul 1 S 14 48 i5 2 +9 t. 1 S 14, 28 18 , and by David 30 18 (cf. adj. gent, infr.), 2 S 8 12 = 1 Ch 18", cf. f 8 3 8 ; also 'Vn 2 S i 1 (where read PJCflF or W»y?, v. Comm.); 'y 1 Ch 4*; as grandson of Esau Gn 3 6 12 (P) = 1 Ch i 36 , Gn 36 16 ; appar. connected with Ephr. territory Ju 5 14 (cf. 1 2 15 infr.; yet GFM conj. poy).— On Amalek v. No A ^ k " M » Encj. Bi. s.v. t^Vny adj. gent. 1 S 30" 2 S i 13 , also (as pred.) v 8 ; coll. = («Ae) Amalekites 1 S 15 615 30 1 , elsewh. c. art. '»n Nuif M (J; all + "?£??), 1 S 27 s ; 'yn nn> Gn 14 7 ; 'yn nn j u i 2 ls '(in Ephraim); rd.'yn also Jui 16 (for Dyn) BuGFM, > P.^?$| Hollenb Mey Kit**" ; on 2 S i 1 v. foreg.

1 Dft^ vb. (/of foil. cf. Ar. "c 6e cowi- 

prehensive, include; f^. company; also 'paternal uncle; perhaps As. ummanu, people; Sab. Dy either (a)people, or (b) paternal uncle CIS lTp - 2 "; pi. sf. lTODJNt = (6) Mordtm Hlm] - lMChr - 4S - 7 °; also often in n.pr. CIS"- No - 6 "' 7 etc., Prat Neu0 "•'"• 26 TT Chrest.12, 133; A.UDdA.6 ^y„GGN 1893, 480 .037, ay n.m. Gnll ' 6 (v. infr.) people (NH id., plebeian, common man; X ^V people, pi. peoples, tribes, etc.; Syr. )oa£; Ar. *« v. supr. ; orig. mng. prob. those united, connected, related, cf. We 00 " 1893 ' 480 );— abs. D5? Gnn 6 +, Dy Ju 9 3 « +) Dyn Jos8"+ ; cstr. Dy Nu2 1»+; «f.*WEx i f + ^By2 2 27 +,etc; pl.D"Byls2 3 +, D"B8y( c f. BArani^Neo 22 ; cstr. "By i K8 43 +, , S , ?5? Ne'9 24 ; pl.c.^f.v.ii.Dy;_(Thescitesfoll.asf.l'BynKBrn : Ex 5 18 [but corrupt and unintellig. ; read peril. 'vb mem , g0 @ @ Ui] ; Ju 1 8 7 [but H3B" must agree with lost word city, or the like, v. GFM] ; Je8 5 [but read 3?W for rmitf Gie]);— 1. a people, nation (sts. || "13), n. coll. (sg. Ex 21 8 Jos I? fl.iMj 2 g l7 » + it. ( or pi. Ex 20 1S 24" Je 5 31 •foft., or both in same clause Ex i 20 2 S 13 24 ): nnN Dy = all mankind Gnu 6 (J); peoples in gen. 27 s9 (J ; || D"B*6), Ex 19 6 (E), Dt 2 25 4 6 + oft. Dt, Ne !3*+oft.; D"G>y brp Gn 2 8 3 (P)a«  assembly (multitude) of peoples, 48* (P), EZ23 24 32 3 ( + D"3n); one's own people Je46' 6 ^45 n Ru I i«-'5.i6.i6 + ( on yry »ey Ct 6 i2 v esp . Bu) ; particular peoples,EgyptGn4i 40 (E), Ex ^(E), Ne9 ,0 + ; ffJ^TSS Ami 5 ; EnDB'ay (i.e. Moab) Nu 2 1 29 (JE), Je 4 8 46 ; but esp. Isr. Ex i 20 (E) + oft. ; 'b? 'JSTDS v 9 (J) ; called niff 'y Nu 1 i 2s (E), 1 S 2 24 +', and (by '") »?g Ex 3 7 5 1 (J) + oft. (all periods); D"r6xrrDy ^>np Ju2o 2 , bnijn-Qj; Lv ^(P), Dy bnp f iof 2 ; esp. mn Dyn ( ft. in contempt or disgust) Nu 1 1 11213 + ; fig. of ants Pr 30 25 , the shaphan v 26 , locusts Jo 2 2 , cf. D»?b Dyb f 74 14 (where rd. D"?X avb Hup-Now). — On Ju 1 16 v. 'p.?By . 2 . = smaller units, e. g. a. inhab. of a cit/dn 19 4 (J), 1 S 9 1213 Je 2 9 1625 2 Ch 3i 4 + (Je 8 5 del. ViV ® Gie Co Rothst). b. inhab. of a locality Je 3 7 12 [appar. not= tribe, Dt 33 3 rd. 'ley @ Di Dr, Ho 1 o 14 Ju 5 814 rd. T1V? WeNow; v. subd]. c. retainers, followers Gn I4 16 32 8 33 15 35 6 Ju 3 18 8 5 2 S 15 17 Je4i 1314 + . d. people bearing arms 1 S 1 1" iK2o 10 -(- ; *n3'y Nu2O 20 (JE), i.e. a powerful force; K3Xn DB. NU31 32 (P), nDnbt?n 'y joss 1 - 311 io 7 1 1 7 (all JE); so prob. Ju 5 8 a (fighting) band ; perh. also v u (rd. sg.? v. GFM Bu). 3. = common people Je2i 7 22 4 , LV4 27 (opp. ruler v 22 ), Ne 5 1 (opp. D , "! ,n '), 7 s (opp. rulers). 4. people in gen., persons Gn 50 s0 (E), so appar. '131 f^ Dyn"b Ex 33 16 (J), Nu 1 1 34 (J), Jos 5" (D), Ju 9 36 (as sg.), v 37 (as pi.), Je 36' ; persons labouring 1 K 9 23 ; superior persons Jb 12 2 (iron.); Dpiy Dy Ez 26 30 people of long ago (now in Sh e '61). 5. phrases are: a. (FlBy, "By, ^By) toy '31 7nembers of one's people, compatriots, fellow- countrymen, etc. Nu2 2 5 (E), Gn2 3 u (P) LV19 18 (H),Jui4 1617 Ez33 212 +. b. Dyn "33 = C ommon people (v. 3) 2 X 23° Je 2 6 23 + ; people in gen. Dyn "33 nyC' Je 17 19 i.e. 2>ublic gate 2 Ch 35 s - 12 . C. J*!?? Dy the people at large, as a body 2 K jjM.i8.imo I5 5 l6 i5 2I «« + j Je 37 2 44=' Lv20 2 (li), Gn 23 71213 (P); common people Je 34 19 , cf. 'Xn 'y n*?"* 2K24 14 ; disting. from prince EZ45 22 46", from priests Hg 2 4 Zc 7 5 ; = Cunaanites Nu I4 9 (JE), cf. n?7 ^5? 1 Chs 25 ; mixed post-exil. population Ezr 4 4 . d. H? n '?? usu - peoples of the earth J0S4 24 (D), 2 Cli 32 ,9 + ; of heathen peoples about and in Pal. after exile Ezr 10 2 "; traders Ne io 3 '; "Tisnsn "By 9 ™ 10 s 2 CI132 13 . e. D"By nins^B f 9 6 7 =i Ch 16 28 (cf. f 22 s8 ). f. ray~J"l3 =s people personif. Is 2 2 4 Je 4" + 7 t. Je+ 6" (van d. H.; om. H3 Baer Oi), La 2" 3 48 4 3.6.w. , D y- n3 ^3 J el4 lT g. designations of Isr. are : B>ViP T -DJ> Dt 7 6 + 3 t., D'tfinp 'Jl Dn 8", tf^ v H) '» Is 6V 2 6 3 ' 8 Dn 1 2 7 ; ri^D 'y Dt 7 6 14 2 26 18 . h. of foreign (non-Tsr.) peoples : 'jj '"IM Ex 2i 8 (E), nnK 'y Dt 28 s2 , and esp. from language, nafc> 'g?? T Ez 3 s cf. v 6 , Dyi DJJ ptrba Ne 1 3 24 cf. Est i 22 ' 22 3 12 , ifi 'V + 11 4'. i. DJ? vjt^I Is io 6 , 'JJTTJ 'j? 34' 1 , inrno-'y Dn n 16 , "By n$n niayin Ezr 9"; nira Dy n? i s2 7" — For D^iy-Dy Is 44? read (rttor*) dWd y^wn n?) OortDu KitChe Hl>t cf. Perles*"* 1 - 40 ' 64 . D,J/ prep, with (Aram. Dy, <*JL, Sab. Dy DHM Iplfr.D OT km.M Hom Cb™,t.51. „£ ^ — »' (but v. Prat 8 * 8126 )), sf. 'By,, and *V$l a (prob. akin to Ar. ULc side, ilc beside: cf. -v/isy), without difference of meaning (ray in Pent. Gn 3I :n 39 r.i*.i4 Ex 33 12 Lv26 2, - 23 - 2; -" ) [H] Nu22 19 ; Jos-K. 13 1.; ^ 4 2 9 86 17 Jb 10" Eu i" Est 7 8 ; in Dn 7 t., Ezr Ne Ch 1 1 1.: Hoy in Pent. Gn [JE] i 4 t., Ex 17 s LV25 23 Dts™ 3 2 34 - 39 ; Ju S 7 t.; *2 3 4 50" 55" 101 6 ; Jb 14 t., Ru i 8 ); •jjpy, tnaoy 1 s i 26 , ^By ; toy, nisy ; usy ; D3By ; DBy 27 (Gn i8 16 ,etc: Gn-K 20 1.; Ne i 3 K ; not Ezr Ch), and Drraj^ (chiefly late: N1122 12 Dt29 16 (v 24 DDy), Jon i 3 Jbi and 19 t. Ne Ezr Ch) : — 1. of fellowship and companionship (Lat. cum), as Gn 13 1 ray U171 and Lot with him, 18 16 19 30 24" 1»y ICK D'BONm Kin, 731 icy ?N"ife" Jos 7 24 al. ; + oft. Peculiar to Ch Ezr are clauses introd. by , , , DTOyi i Ch 12 34 13 2 1 5 18 + , Ezr 8 1314 (Aram. 5 2 ) + ; so . . . 1DJTI 1 Ch 1 2 s8 2CI117 14 - 18 26" EzrS 3 "' 2 - 33 . Coupling substantives, toyether with, chiefly in poetry : Dt 12 23 ■ftan Dy etoi bmn vb, Jos 1 1 21 Ju 16 3 Ec7 n ; 2S i^D^yDy W, Dt32 14 Dn3 3^riDy, v' 4 - 24 - 25 Am/ IsVs 11 34 ; Je 6" 51* Na 3 12 V^66 15 DHiny Dy npa ncyx, 8i 3 83 s 87 4 89" io4 25 +, Ct i"4 1313 dh-u Dy ansa, v 1414 5 111 . Unusually, Est 9 25 1BDP1 Dy ION he ordered m conjunction with writing, in a written order. Poet, or late uses : f 42" 'By ni^ nWoi, ^ 89 22 icy |i3ri H; W, v 25 ; in Jb of the companion- ship of sufferings or prosperity, 6 4 "HBy 'IB* , Sn j

2 ncy D'brn &6 ds, 29 s '37B ntay par ■«) 

jce*, v 20 Hoy'enn nua, 2 ch i 4 5 nay pm nenra, 16 19 nrarta -joy b», 28 10 nto$to oasy. Hence, in partic. a. of aid, Ex 23 s Dt22 4 ; iChi2 19 ; esp. of God, G1121 22 "joy DTI7N, tDJ*

3 *|oy rWIW, v 33 3 i 3S Ex 3 12 Jos i 5 Is 8'° iray '3 

7K V 23 4 46 8 ' 2 Jb 2 9 6 + oft. (cf. nU, Gn 39 - : '-' a Is 43 6 + ): so Dy pinnn t Ch n 10 2 Ch 16 9 Dn 10 21 , Dy -ity 1 Ch i2 21 , in Dy dt dj o i S ", 2 S 3 12 1 Ch 4 10 (cf. Ex 23 1 , and II. nt? 1 a). With the help of ( = Gk. <riv), 1 S 14 45 ntfl DVn ntry DV17N Dy V3, Dn n 39 (rare). b. Of actions done jointly wf<A another, as Dy vrv inherit with, Gn 2 1 10 , Dy nna ma

28 +oft., Dy (pbn) pbn to share wiiA Jos 22 s 

Is 53 I2 + ; cf. Dt io 9 vns Dy nbnai pbn, xs 1 . C. If the common action be of the nature of a contest or combat, DJ) is with in the sense of against : so often with Dnp3 to fight, BBB'J to dispute, P?§*3 to wrestle, y~) to strive (see these verbs), Gn '26 20 30 8 32 M ; Dy OEBtoa N3 to enter into judgment with Is 3 14 +, Jb 14 3 (X'^n), Dy "O y Hos 4 1 + ; hence, without a verb ex- pressing the idea explicitly, yfr 94 16 '7 Dip' 'D D'jnp DJ? in the struggle with evil-doers? v b 55 19 H»y vn D'313 »3 for as many are they in combat with me, Jb 9 14 1»y ^a - ] "in^N in the contest with him, io 17 b 16 21 ; perhaps DJ? P*1S 9 s 25 4 (cf. 4 b end). d. Of dealing with a person, or of the relation in which one stands with, or towards, another : as Dy HDn rfcy to do kindness with Gn 24 12 + oft. (in 1 pers. observe that in this phr. '"ray, not ray, is regul. used, Gn I9 19 20 13 40 14 1 S 20" 2 S io 2 [|| 1 Ch 19 2 ray : here only], al.), Dy 31D nfey Gn 26 29 + , v. also 20 9 31 29 Dt 33 21 JU15 3 Jbio 12 13 20 42 s ^86 17 (cf. DSriN Dt i 30 io 21 ; and Aram. Dn 3 32 ), 1 1 9 ' 24 1 2 6 2 (1 S 12 24 ), Jb33 w ; Dy ara'n Gn32 1013 +, DJ) jnn 3 1 7 ; Dy DS! be well pleased with ^ 50 18 Jb 34'; Dy "I?'! to speak with (subj. usu. God) Ex 1 9 s + (v. -o^ 3 •). hence Dy nai Ju 18 728 2 S 3 17 1 K i 7 Jb 15" "OV mb i:n a word (spoken) gently with thee, cf. 1 1 5 ioy vna'c nna'i ; Ibn; Dy 2 Ch I 9 : and with adjj. Dy Dran perfect with (i.e. toward) Dt 18 13 ^ 18 24 , Dy D.^ 1 K 8 61 + ; cf. iBy ftej N? D3i>i a/,78 37 , 2S21 4 23 s 1 K3 6 (-]Dy), Mi6 8 vr6g by nab jjyn, ^73^ toward thee, i Ch 19 6 Hos 1 2 1 (?) ; also 'IP ?|?n Dy Lv 26 21 ff - (7 t.), Dy Dn^n Dneo Dt 9"* 31", Chi6 10 26 19 ^85 6 Jbio 1 ' 7 '. e. Of a common lot, Gn 18 23 nBDD rNn yen Dy pnt together with the wicked, v 25 Jb 3 1415 Is 38" f26 9 't?B3 D'Stin Dy «lDNn PK, v b 28 33 , 6 9 M Jb 30 1 1 Ch 24 s ; hence like, + 73 s ,5 S?.l ^ D ' 1N Din M,tl! ' t ('• e - li ^ e ) men (' n general), oy

Dm

6 lrnus Dy i:st3n, Ec2 16 Dsnn mw -psi 

^D3n Dy i.e. 7»£« the fool. f. Of equality or resemblance generally (poet.), Jb p 26 H3K ni»3N Dy «|>n they pass by villi, i.e. as swiftly as, skiffs of reed, 37 18 yplJi D'pnC' 1D5J i.e. like him, 40" "]»y T*'w *IB>K ; so DV ^DJ + 28 1 143 7 , Dy SB 1 ™ 88 s . + g. Of time, = as long as, jr 72 s Dy '■JWV? C'DC' as ?anjr as the sun endureth (of. Aram. Dn 3 M 4 31 ; also Ovid. Am. i. 15, 16 cum sole et luna semper Aratus crit); at the time of(1) 2 Ch 2 1 n (but rd. perh. i^nt?) ; and c. inf. (late), Ezr 1" nbian ni^yn oy ( c f. s^a ™ sq. inf. Ju 3"

  • j alsoDy Ecclus 4 o 14 ).

. Of a locality, close to, beside: tGn25 u »XT t6 iN3 Dy pfW 3B»1 ftesi'de the well of, etc.,

4 D2B* Dy -m rbxn nnn ( so , after "WM, Jos 7 2 

Ju 9 6 18 22 2 S 13"), Jos 19 46 (I), Ju 18 3 Dy rren n='p rv? (so 19" 2 S 20 8 ), 1 S io ! 2 S 6 7 no'i 'Nn fhK Dy DB>, 19 38 24 16 I K I 9 1 Ch 13 14 by the house of 0., in its own house (v. Be), 21" (2 S 24 16 ), 26 16 (cf. m 2). By a person, Dt 5 s8 noy ns icy nmi ty me , iSi !t naoy nnwn + • of one living near another, Ex 2 2 24 Lv 2 5** MMJ '. . Of persons, Dy is spec. a. in tlie house or family or service of {(ijrud, chez) : Gn 23 4 ■py 2Vr) 15 (fig. of '•> Lv 25 s3 V, 39 13 ), 27" 29" toy M^M, v 25 "py Tnay I have served iw'i/t thee (SO V 30 , Cf. Dt I5 16 ), 3I 38 Lv 25 6 - 40 - 40 - 50 - 53 Dt 22 2

17 JU17 10 2S19 34 1K11 22 ; cf. iS2 2 ">Dy 

i.e. at his sanctuary. b. I nllie possession of i^?X. penes): Gn2 4 26 straw, etc., is «Oy, 31 32 Dt 17" 1Dy WWH wi<A fo'm, a< Aw side, 29 16 Jb 28" '"IB? |'N 1DK OJl ; = stored up with, Dt 32 34 nay DC3, Jb2 7> 3 (but rd. here prob. ?N'B ; cf. 20 20 ) ; of ethical or mental attributes, I S 25 s5 toy njojj, Jb 1 2 13 itium neon toy, v 16 2 5 2 + i 3 o 7 2 Chi 9 3 - 7 . Cf. fig. ^ 36 10 D^n -rtpo -py *a. c. /ra <Ae custody or care (/, I S 9 10 D't? ■^py arife ; 2 2 23 nsy nriK nieeto »>j ■ c f. Jb 17 3 ^sy ^^ly be surety for me with thyself. d. Beside = except, Dt 32 39 'Iff D'ni>K fg, ^ 73 2S p«3 TlVSn N^> ^yl and beside thee I delight not (in aught that is) upon earth (al. in comparison of thee, 1 f), 2 Ch 1 4'° "lf$ *|©y JW there is none besidetltee to help, 20"; perh.Hos 9" (Hi Ke ; but very dub., v. Comm.). Cf. n« 1 b. e. With — friendly with, Gn 31 2 IJ^K £ •DP (rja. v 5 ^K towards), 2 K io 15 IffA Dy '33^ Pr 23' '43? ^3 ta{>1. . Idiom, of a thought or purpose present with one : — fa. 'E 33? Dy, esp. in Dt. and the later Deut. style, Dt8 s ^33i> Dy nyTl thou shalt know with thy heart, 1 5" Dy 13T IW |S ?yv3 133? a wicked thought with thy heart, Jos 1 4 7 I brought back word ^ib Dy it^NS ; 'E 33J» Dy fW, esp. of a purpose, 1 K 8 17 Dy TV1 '131 ni33p in 337 i.e. it was David's purpose to build, etc., v 181s 1 K io 2 (= 2 Ch 6 7 - 88 9 1 ), 1 Ch 22 7 28 2 (both based on 1 K 8 17 , etc.), 2 Ch 1" 24 4 29 10 ; rather differently, to muse or talk with one's heart, yjr 77' Ec I 16 . tb. Dy alone, = in one's consciousness, whether of knowledge or memory or purpose (cf. n«3b; lie W* 01 '-* 66 ): Nu 1 4 24 nn;n 3py toy mnxnin i.e. operating in his mind, 1K11 11 l»y nNT WVn "*ta Jjr>, I Ch 28 12 the pattern of all W» DVU IWl IB'K that was in spirit (i.e. mentally) with him, f 50 11 ,- !?V 'T^f H) is w?'</t me (i.e. is known to me; UTiyT), prob. also 13* 3 I 39 18 ( = in thy thought and care) ; Jb 9 s5 noy *33M |3 H7 not so am I with myself (my consciousness — or conscience — does not tell me that I need dread him), io 13 "]»y riKT '3 'nyT i.e. that this was thy purpose (||™ES n?N (=in our knowledge; ||jnj 5<7]), 23 10 yT »3 noy 11T the way of which I am conscious (De ; Ew Di the way attending me, my usual way), v 14 1»y ni31 njnsi i.e. he has many such purposes, 27" ink ^ ^ Dy ~fX i.e. his purposes or principles of action. Also sts. in the judgment or estimation of, 1 S 2- 6 Dy 3it3, 2S6 22 Dy 1333, perh. Dy pns Jb 9 2 2 5 4 (GesBu; but Ew as 1 c, Hi De beside, in comparison of). t5. Metaph. togetlier with — in spite of notwithstanding Ne 5 18 ITJ Dyi (cf. il W AG "* 57 ; in Heb. 3 is the more usual syn.). — In 1 S 16 1 ' 2 Tt$% ns^ Dy ■ob-iK ( c f. 1 7 42 hk-id nf| Dy), if text correct, ns* must be a neuter subst., with beauty of eyes; but rd. prob. (Gr Bu) D^Jf a youth (17 66 20 22 )for Dy (v. HPS; Che Bx " 0, - T; "- 5S1 »^3"J«  DSy, cf. La 4 7 ). Q5?T3 from with or beside ( = irapa with a gen. : cf. OSD): hence a. after verbs of depart- ing, taking, removing, etc., Gn 13" ""H.Ei? nO?* toyp ab, 26 16 «eyo rfe, 1 s io 2 -' 14 17 jyn ns ijoyo, 2 Si 2 ; 1S16 14 bxv Dyn hid /( nm, 18 12 ; 2 K 2 9 ysso np^>K d-id3; 2 S 15 28 Nis ny D3BPO n3T; of heart turning '* Qyo Dt 29 17 iKll'i after i'XB' <o as>!;, Ex 22 13 Dt 10" ^ HD hw$2B> 769 ]ByB W, i Si 17 20 28 (Niph.), Is 7" + ; Shi to require, Dt 18 19 23^, 1 K 14 s (to inquire); njHB Dyp KS'/w"* (being) iwM Ph. Ex 8 825 - 26 g 3 ^ : cf. 2 S 3 26 , 1 S 18 13 icya i'lNB' WWl ; aud V.? Q VO Gn 44 M Jb i 12 . tSq. a word denoting a place, Gn48 12 DyD Dnk PJOV KXW va-ia, Ex 2 1 14 'nan? djto ( c f. 1 S 2 s3 ), Ju 9 s7 pxn -flag cyo, i's 20 s4 jr6t?n DVO; Jb 28* 15 DJIB away from, far from (si vera 1.). tb. Gn 24 s7 ^'is dvo HDn my t6 ipk (cf. with nnan i S 20 15 , Ton 2 S 7 15 1 Ch i7 18 (|| 2 S 7 15 jo), Ten f 8 9 34 ); Ru 4 10 nyo ay niplb. tc. From the possession, or custody, o/(cf. Dy 3 b, c): so with ^n Gn 31", Sty to take in pledge 44 s2 , 33J Ex 22", NY* (subj. a slave; cf. Dy 3 a) Lv 25 41 Dt 15" (cf. with Vpsn d& Dt is,"-*" Je 34 14 , ^an Dt 23 16 ), npb 2 g 3 1 ', rop 24 21 . td. Expressing origination, or authorship :

S20 7 toya njnn nnjn ^a, v 9 - 33 (cf. nxn Est 7 17 ); 

esp. of' (cf. nso o),Gd 4 i 32 '«n d?d wri |b) is established/rom, on the part of, God, I K 2 33 r < ayo . . . mte, 12 15 (2 Ch io 16 ) nap raw ^ DyD, Is8 18 signs and portents '•< DyD, 28 M met '" dvo nsr m, 2 9 6 f 1 2 1 2 '- nyo *T$ Ru 2 12 . And of a judgment proceeding from any one :

S 3 ffl  DVD ^3 = pronounced guiltless by  

Jb 34 3a IByDn at thy judgment shall he requite? (cf. ?*? 2 d. end). T7iW33? ii.pr.m. Immanuel (with us is God) ;— 'y Is 7 14 van d. H. Baer ; ^ UBy Gi ;— name of child, symbolizing presence of '< to deliver his people (on interpret, v. Comm.) — ?N UDy 8 810 is declaration of trust and confi- dence, with us is God! (cf. f 46 s12 ); v. DV. + 11. [CJ?] n.[m.] kinsman (on father's side) (Ar. 1c paternal uncle, etc., v. I. DDy ; cf. perh. TelAin. ammu, kinsmen(1); on Nab. Dy ancestor cf. Lzb 1M - 4M ; v. also esp. Nes Eg187 ' ZAWxvl (1896). 3221. J£ ren k e ] lUvill (18S8), 280-8A . g f Ifpj; in BjrjS (q. v.), and n.pr. sqq. ; elsewhere pi. sf. T»V Nu 27" 31 2 (Lv i9 16 read 1BJ? © Sam), + (poss.) T co ?. Ju5 H ; *& Gn2 5 8 +i5t- n ^ 17"+ 3 t.; read 'By (for MT 'By, I. DV; cf. Krenkel 1 "- 281 ) Gn 49 s9 and perh. Ju i 4 3 (cf. Lv 2 1 14 ); ace. to Buhl Kit also 2 K 4 13 ;— father's kinsmen: VBjri>K f[Dm Gn 25 s (of joining kinsmen in Sh«'oi), so v 17 35 29 49 s3 Nu 20 24 Dt 32 50 , cf. Gn 4 9 29 (v. supr.), Nu 27 13 31 2 Dt 32 s0 (all P) ; i^Byi? B^J nrnaai Gn 1 7 4 (severed from pcy living kinsmen), so Lv 7 2 » 21ffi27 19 9 23" Nu 9 13 , iTBy 2ijpp Ex 31", cf. 30 s "" Lv 17 9 (all PH); iWs nj* VByo 2i 14 (H), and perh. Ju i4 s (sim. 1. Dy : [D.1. n_] toy 33(9 Lv 17" i8 M + ); other combin. Jus 14 (si vera L, read perh.'JBya, v. 1. Dy 2 d), Lv 2 1 l - 4 ' 5 (H), Ez 1 8 1 " and (perh.) 2 K 4 13 . — 'BJTia (v. p. 122b) perh. = «ora of my kinsman; on n.pr. c. By v. Gray Pro, ' Ii - 41t . f 1. [rTOJ?] n.f. juxtaposition, but only in st. c. with force of a prep, close by, side by side with, parallel to, agreeing with, corre- sponding to ; — st. c. ni?y, exc. Ec 5 15 always c. ), sf. toByis, once pi. cstr. rfsjjjj Ez 4 5 7 ;— a. close by, side by side with: Ex 25 s ' (37 u )> 28 s7 (39 20 ), LV3 9 QflV, nsyn nBj6 shall take it away close by the backbone ; esp. of what is parallel, Ez 42 7 the wall alongside of the chambers; of the contiguous portions in Ezek.'s division of the land, alongside of each other, Ez 45 6 - 7 48 13181821 ; of movement in parallel lines, 2 S 16 13 Shimei was going along ^BJJp parallel with him, v is Ez i 20 «*»jR D^Btam Drray^, v" 3 13 io 19 1 1 22 ; 3 8 nByS> D'pjn yy* 'nni BH'JB by the side of their face (which, as anta- gonism is implied, = against, RV), v 8 . b. agreeing with, corresponding to (a common result of juxtaposition), Ex 38 18 a screen five cubits high nxnn 'yijp noyb agreeing with (RV answerable unto) the hangings of the court (in height), Ez 4o' 8 ; prob. also 1 Ch 26" Ne I2 24 "IDB'p '7 IBB'B ward corresponding to ward. C. correspondingly to, 1 Ch 2 4 31 they also cast lots Dn'nS nBJJp correspondingly to their brethren, v b the head, correspondingly to his younger brother, 26 12 to these . . . belonged charges correspondingly to (in common with) their brethren. d. before a sentence (Ges' 156 "), 1 Ch 25 s (strangely) ^33 |bg| nB$£ (v. Ke) correspondingly to (the principle) of as the small so the great; EC5 16 K3B> nsjp>3 quite exactly as he came, so shall he go (but Lambert RijxoLO Eah I fs Th.Lt.-z. 1896, 687 nB^3). 6. nB^D (v. JB 1 c, 9 a) i K 7 20 close beside. t ii. nay n.pr.ioc. Jos 1 9 30 , v. ^ay.

T "-. 

pQV n.pr. gent. Amnion, ® fifiav, Anpav (As. Bit Ammanu C0T Gl0M ); — always (except 1 S 11" [where however ® rds. 'y ^3], yr 83", which have 'y alone) JlBy 'JS, connected by J with 'ByjS son of Lot Gn 1 9 s8 (and mean- ing of name doubtless sought herein by J; cf. 11. Dy) ; people apparently akin to Isr., but usu. » hostile, dwelling E. of Jordan, NE. of Moab, between Anion and Jabbok : Nu 2i M - 24 (JE), Dt2 in.J7 3 n... j 0SI2 j j 3 «>(D), v B (P), Ju 3 13 io«-t- 25 t.Ju 10-12, iSii" 12 12 14 47 2S8' 2 io' + i4t. 2S10-12, 17 27 iKii"' 2K23" 24* iChi8" + 20t. Ch, Ami" Is 11" Je 9 s5 + 9 1. Je, Zp 2 8 ' 9 Ez 2 1 s533 + 5 1. Ez 2 5, Dn 1 1«. — Vid. Che Amn " m in Ency. Bib. t^iey, "Obi* adj. gent. Ammonite;— abs. ins. 'Jtoy as subst. Dt 23* an Ammonite (generic), so ^Ey Ne 13 1 ; s ?iByn of individual 1 S 1 i' u 2 S 2 3 37 = 1 Ch 1 1 39 , Ne 2 19 , so »Jb»n 2 10 3*; fs. rvfoyn 1 K 1 4 21 = 2 Ch 1 2 13 , 1 K 1 4 31 , so rniByn 2 Ch 24 s6 ; ♦Stojil as subst. coll. Ezr 9 1 ; mpl. as subst. tWl»S 1 K 1 1 5 , 'VH Dt 2 20 Ne 4 1 , 'toyn 2 Ch 26" (on 20 1 v. D^yp); fpl. as adj. rtattj i'k i i 1 , so Ne 13 23 Qr, Ktnnicy. t^^TSy n.pr.m. (my kinsman is God, G ra y Prop. n.j54)._ @- A ^ Mf -),,x: 1. E. Jordan name 2 S 9" 1 f. 2. a Danite Nu 1 3 12 (P). 3. David's father-in-law 1 Ch 3 6 ( = D$7« 2 S ii*). 4. son of Obed Edom 1 Ch 26 s . t "WP1S3? n.yv.m.(mykinsmanismajestyy, — ® (2)</iiou8, A/jiouS, etc.: 1. a Geshurite 2 S 13W Qr(>KfWBy, cf. Dr al., Gray Prop - N - 43 ). 2. an Ephraimite Nu i 10 2 18 7 4853 io B (all P), 1 Ch 7 26 . 3. a Simeonite Nu 34 20 . 4. a Naphtalite Nu 34 s8 . 5. a Judahite 1 Ch 9". Tl^^Gy n.pr.m. (my kinsman hath be- stowed -d. •nj.-njbK.nntfiV, bwi, nj-aj, and, esp.on Palm, equiv., v.Gray Prop - N - 223f - also Lzb 26S Cook 46 ');— son of Benaiah 1 Ch 27 s , © Aai/3af n 0, A hiupafaB, ©L A/xeivafajSaS. mrray 2 s 13 37 Kt v. fPWi. T^D^TSV n.pr.m. (my kinsman is noble); — © A/i(«)n<a8<ij3 : 1. Aaron's father-in-law Ex 6 a Nui 7 2 3 7' 217 io 14 (all P), EU4 19 - 20 i Ch 2 1010 . 2. Levites : a. 1 Ch 6 7 . b. is 10 ". T' ,T TO ,, ?2y n.pr.m. (my kinsman is Shad- dai);—* Danite Nu i 12 2* 7 6671 io 25 , © A/x(<)(CTuS(U, ©L A/JLKTuSf. tH. [DEJJ7] vb. darken, dim (NH «.; Ar. Ii ewer, ttttZ, conceal; X D?y prow dar&) ; — QaXPf. 3 pi. sf. "ipoy Ez 31" dub., but prob. (asThes) cedars did not eclipse him; 1'ODy 28 3 no secret do tlieyhold dark ( = is held dark) for thee (Ges » ■ '). Hoph. Imp). 3 ms. 3nT DyV La 4 1 (fig.) Aom> t« <A« poW dimmed / cf. Bu.

pcy 

CEO?*, "'Ppy v. 1. Dy supr. ^NlTM* v. sub Dy supr. t[DC|P,?tPE|y] vb. l.load. 2. carry a load (NH to!.; Ph. D»y carry; cf. poss. Ar. u ' J& gravis et obscurusfuit dies (Frey)) ; — Qal Imp/. 3 ms. Dbyi. Gn 44 13 , "DDE f 68 20 ; />«. act. D'pp'y Ne 1 3 15 ; DTPi* 4" (but v. infr.); sf. n"D»V Zc 12 3 ; pass. D , Dpyis46 3 ,niDirjy : v 1 ; — 1. load (obj. om.) upon (?y) ass Gn 44 13 (E), Ne 13 16 ; so abs. 4 11 , lit., si vera 1. (v. Be-Ry Byle) ; but rd. prob. tW{%| Ey K * u . 2. carry a load ^ 68 20 ( for (^) his people), carry as a , Zoad Zc 1 2 3 (fig.), pass. Is 46 1 (lit.), v 3 (fig.). tDlTX? n.pr.m. Amos the prophet; — Am ji 7 8.io.u.i 2 Ti4 g2> @ hfm tfTOBg n.pr.m. name in Judah 2CI1 17 18 , © Matrataf, ©L A/iaorar (cf. Ph. D!2y3!3t?K, DDybyD GIS 1139 ' 169 ' 719 , v. also Gray Pr< " >N - 2SI6f ). tnDTD3?n n.f. load, burden;— '» 1?? Zc t t — : —

2 3 a stone of burden = heavy stone, hard to lift. 

tTjrTDV n.pr.loc. in Asher, Jos 19 26 , © hfurjk, A A/iaO, ®L A(j>aa8. t[p'Py, Lag** 28 ] vb. be deep (NH in deriv.; Ar.J-U; Eth. 0^^"l , : prob. As. [emeku] in. 2 implore (earnestly ; ' from bottom of one's soul'), emvLku, might, nimeku, wisdom (t as un- fathomable); 3>in deriv.; Syr. in der. spec); —Qal Pf. 3 mpl. *pt?)J i/'92 6 (of s designs; cf. As. supr.). Hipb. make deep : Pf. 3 ms. (symbol.) 3TP1I1 p'Oyn Is 30 33 (sc. Tophet; van d. H. P'pyn, and so in foil.); 3 mpl. W$) Ho 5 2 the pit of Shittim(?) have they made deep (reading D"t3t5>n rm We Now, cf. Che Gu^"); n"1D ^p"t?yn IS31 6 (fig.) they have made deep (their) apostasy ; sq. vb., with adverbial force innB' 'n Ho 9° = they are in the depth of cor- ruption (v. firr); Imv. mpl. Ip'Pyn (Ges 563 °), sq. inf. Je 49 s - 30 make deep to dwell (of hiding, so most; >Gie take an abject seat, as 13 13 48 18 ); Ft. T^ rj^opn Is 29 16 they who deeply hide fr. '» (their) counsel ; Inf. abs. p®V? Is 7 11 = Imv. make deep (ask a sign in the depths of Sh e '61, reading rbxf ; opp. DSJi?). p"OV n.m. MI '■ 4 vale (prop, deepening, depth, r v ■■ 70 v 1 v. GASm 6 ' "- 384 '- 654 '-; cf. nypa, soa, pn?); — 'J> abs. Jos 8 13 + , cstr. Gn 1 4' 17 + ; 'sf. ^Ippy Je psy

Mtooy

  • , D i>°? 47 6 (but v. infr.); pi. 0*i?^ Mi i 4 ,

sf. ^pO? Is2 2 7 ; — vale, valley, lowland, opp. Dnnn Mi i 4 , amid mts., e.g. about Jerus. Is 22 7 Jesi 40 , bo perh. TW 'V Gn I4 ,7 = ^sn 'V v 17

S i8 18 , cf. inan 'y Gn 37 14 (J), fiyaaa ']? l s 
J1 , Jos 8" (JE), nb«n 'y 1 S 17 s19 2i'» (perh. 

Wady es-Sant, in Shephelah, W. of Bethlehem, GASm G ~« r!B6 ); airn n-ajj ib>k 'y j u 18 28 in extreme north ; in Moab Je 48 8 (|j [opp. ?] lit?'!?) ; or wider, e. g. Ju 5 15 (scene of Sisera's defeat ; rd. perh. 'y also for hoV v 14 GFM), 7*jffi. 'V JU6 33 Ho i 5 Jos i7 16 (JE), cf. Juf*f 1 S31 7 = I Ch 1 o 7 , these all perh. narrow ends of plain (cf. GASm ,c ), but v. 1 K 20 s8 (opp. D^nn ; |piB"D v 23 ; = open country, cf. Aphek v 26 ); of Jordan-valley Jos 13 1927 (P); of maritime plain (opp. inn) J u i 19 - 34 ; fit for chariots, so also H? 'yn Jos 1 7 16 (P), cf. Jb 39 21 ; 'yn ruts* j e 21 13 , cf. Nu 14 25 (v. Gie Di); cultivated iS 6 13 Je 49" Jb 39 10 , fertile 1 CI127 59 f 65 14 Ct2 1 ; v. also rti»K, K3a, nana, n . vnn obe^t, niaD -rtay, psp, tWfi, Dnb; 'yn n»j} v. p. 112 a.— For Dijcy Je 47 s rd. Dj?aj? ^wofe'wi ® Thes Hi Gf Gie Co Rothst; so also (more dub.) 1 Ch 12 16 (van d. H. v 15 ) Gf Gie, where otherwise 'yn = people 0/ valleys. iptiy n.[m.] depth; — abs. Pr25 3 ; pi. cstr. 9<W 'jJDJf 9 18 (Ko" 1 - 32 ). t[pOV] adj. deep, unfathomable; — pi. cstr. nab' ^(Ges* 9311 ) i.e. unintelligible of speech Is 33 19 Ez 3 s 6 .— Pr 9 18 v. poy. pb^ i adj. deep (cf. Ba NB,23b );— 1. 'j> lit. Lv 13M-6 t. Lv 13 ; f. ngBj? f cup Ez 23 s5 , trench Pr2 2 14 23 s7 (all 3 in sim.); biNE>» 'V Jb 11 8 (fig.); pi. D^Cg D^p ( s im.) Pr 18 4 20 s . 2. = unsearchable pby. f 64 7 Ec 7 24 - 24 ; pi. nipcy (Baer O^BJJ, van d. H. rfpDJj) Jb 12 22 . tpiQj; n.pr.m. a priest Ne 12 720 , Azotic. t O^jPO^Q n.m.pl. depths; — abs. 'd ^ 1 30 1 (fig.); cstr.'lit. VTW& Is5i'°; fig. tTO 'D Ez 27" (fall of Tyre), f 69 315 (distress). I. "IQJ^ (/of foil.; mng. dub., perh. related to Ar. Z+s- be abundant (of water), surpass, overtop; NH lOiy, -V»y = BH; * *7?ty xTpy^BHi.toy). ti.ini? n-m. 1 " 23 -" sheaf (swath, row of fallen grain, Wetzst z - tmM, - lsra ' sra(s,r - Dre * <:h te,) , ag. him Vogelstein L »" d - irU, * ch *" lnr "' 61 who trans. heap of sfieaves); — 'y abs. Dt 24 1 ' Lv 23 11 " 15 , cstr. v 10 ; fig. of food (abs.) Jb 24 10 ; pi. D , "!»}{ lit. Ru 2 714 . fii.lDy n.m. Ex1622 omer (cf. Ar. J^i small drinking cup or bowl; relation to I. 'y obscure) ; — a measure, only Ex 16; — the meas- ure itself v 18 - 32 - 33 ; amount measured v 162J ; = T j- ephah v 36 ; © yopop. t "V?p3? n. [m.] swath, row of fallen grain (hay, as Mishn., ace. to Vogelstein 1 "' 74 '- (who is then compelled to rd. ncy Mi 4 12 ), cf. Syr. i*xL±.grass, Schwally Idl °'- "•) ;— Am 2 " (on cart), Je 9 21 (falling behind reaper), Mi 4 12 (brought to threshing-floor), Zc 1 2 6 (inflammable). t ["ITSJ?] vb. Pi. denom. bind sheaves (NH id., so $* ,M ' 7 ,cf.ChrPalAram. Schwally Idlot - 69 ); — PODyD f 1 29 7 (in sim. ; || "IXip). fH. fE^] v b. Hithp. deal tyrannically with (3) (Ar. y^s- cherish enmity, rancour, malice, in. plunge into a conflict, t^_c rancour, malice); — Pf 3 ms. ""IBJffirn consec. Dt 2 4 7 ; Impf. 2 ms. nsynn 2 1 14 . Trpfoy n.pr.loc. Gomorrah, Top.oppa (r = p ; V II. -oy ace. to Lag BN54 ) ; — alw. c. D'"ID q.v.; Gnio 19 +8t. Gn, in sim. Am 4" Is i 9 13 19 Dt 2 9 22 Je 49 18 50 40 Zp 2 9 , cf. Dt 32"; fig. of iniquity Is i 10 Je 23 1 *. HI. "V2& (</oiMl; cf.Ar.j^,^ live, live long; also worshi]); n.pr.^ic etc.; r!S K2W prop. mng. worshipper, ,- }By worshipper of (cf. "VW , " ^2<,,I, "' 165 ), against iiim No 2 " Gl,(I886) ' I8S , who cp. meaning live,^i-,£j. life). "HDy n.pr.m. 1. Omri, king of Israel (MI 4 57 noy; in As. Humri COT G,OM );— 1 K i6 16 + 1 1 1. 1 K 16, 2 K 8 26 = 2 Ch 22 2 , Mi 6 16 , ® (z)a^i/3p(f)i. 2. a. name in Benj. 1 Ch 7 8 . b. in Judah 9 4 . c. in Issachar 27 18 . DTD3* n.pr.m. (7-iDy No z " 0xl(1886U8S ; poss. ffl + Dy Thes, cf. Gray Pro " N * s - 47 ' 51 ); — 1. father of Moses Ex 6 ,8i!0!,0 + 4 t. P, 1 Chs 28 - 29 4- 4 t. Ch ; A M (/3)pn M [i.]. 2. Ezr 1 o 34 . t^Jpnpy adj. gent, of 1, c. art. as n.coll. NU3 57 i T Ch26 ffl . tony v. DDy. NtoQy n.pr.m. (cf. Dcy, fcnsy 1 or read 1PW (n.DJ + 1?!), -We I,r - UJttd - G, » <:h - 24 , cf. Gray 3 i) 2 •ton*

Tt2V Prop.s.«,3By_ 1- Absalom's general 2S17 2626

9" + 8 t. 2 S 20, 1 K a 6!ls I Ch 2' 717 , ® A M «r<r(a)«, 

®L An«r<ra. 2. Ephraimite 2 Ch 28 12 . T^toTSJ? n.pr.m. (cf. foreg.); — 1. warrior of David 1 Ch 1 2 19 (van d. H. v 18 ), Apaou, perh. =W3« (2 S 23 18 ). 2. Levites : a. 1 Ch 6 10M CF98). y>- 2 Ch 29 12 . c. priest 1 Ch 15 s4 . "MplTftJ? n.pr.m. (prob. textual error for foreg., 01 >™ cf. Thes 1044 );— a priest Ne 1 1 13 , A/iaema [-<rai], = , E'SO I Ch Q i2 (Maaacua [-a"]). m 2JJ7 (-/oi foil.; cf. NH 3?}?=BH; Ar. ilSe id.; Sab. 3y3N vineyards SabDenkm 47 ; Moidtm ZMOlUa887, ' 309 - 3S4 ; S:N3|»; perh. also As. inbu, fruit (andnot=3Sq.v.),"cf.Hom A " , ' aAW ). t33V n.m. G ° 40 ' n grape(s) (on formation cf. Lag BNI53 );— 'l>abs.Dt32 u (coll.); elsewhere pi. tr33y Gn 4 o 10 +; cstr. "?|» (Ges S20h ) LV25 6 Dt32 K ; sf. iO?J5| v 32 ;— grapes Gn4O 10 "(E), Am 9" (all as yielding juice for drink), Ho 9 10 (sim.), Is 5 24 (parable), Je8 I3 Ne 13 15 Lv 25 6 (H) ; 'V rnft? Nu6 3 (P), poet/rDI Gn49 u Dt32 14 ; 'V n.133 Nu 13 20 , 'V i?i3f« v 23 (JE); eaten Dt 23 » so 0^31 D-nS ']> Nu6 3 ; 'y WS H03 1 raisin-cakes; If" 'y Dt 32 s2 grapes of poison. tnDV n.pr.loc. in hill-country of Judah Jos 1 1 21 15 60 , Ai'a/3(o>0), A»<»|S[i<], mod. Mna&, 18^ miles SW. from Hebron, Buhl ** 1164 . "t"1^2y n.pr.m. 1 Ch 4 s , Uvvav, ®L Awo/3. t[J^, Lag BN3 '] vb. be soft, delicate, dainty (NH id. Pi. make soft, pliable, live or spend in, enjoyment; Ar. li£ wse amorous behaviour, affect langour) ; — Pu. Pt. f. rnsyen Je 6 2 daintily bred, fig. of Jerusalem. Hithp. 1. be of dainty luxbit, Inf. cstr. aa.ynn Dt 28 s * (woman, || IpY. 2. take exquisite delight, Pf. 3 pi. IMynm consec. ^37" (^ rei);

mpl. Dnaaynrn consec. Is 66" (|B rei); TVrc/i/. 
ms. Jjyn! Jb 27 10 ; 2 ms. asynn Is 58 14 , asynn 

Jb22»(all c. [*B>) / Hf); 3 fs. aaynijl Is 55 s (3 rei); Imv. ms. '^y aaynn 1//37 4 . 3. c. by, in bad sense, make merry over, make sport of, impf. 2 mpl. usynn •"D-by Is 57 4 . T 33JJ n. [ m. I daintiness, exquisite do- light ; -'y »i$vj is if; 'y njl6 "«"j^ 5s 13 . t'JJW adj.dainty;— 'ynDt28 H man; HJJJjn v M woman; Is 47 1 (Bab. personif.); all || [n]3"i. tni^ri n.[m.] daintiness, luxury, ex- quisite delight; — 1. luxury: 'n Pri9 10 ; else- where pi.; cstr. ntoyn Ec 2 8 . 2. sf. ijwjjjg ♦» Mil 16 <% dainty sons; n^aajjn IT3 2 9 /ter (their) dainty house(s), > of tender love (rdg. >.3 2 9 ) We Now. 3. <fe%A< of love, pi. abs. DWyro Ct 7 7 (Perles*-"- 22 '- conj. S&& T13). t[^TJ^] vb. bind around, upon (cf. Ar. xLs- turn aside fr. way; Syr. «LX defecit, defuit; cf. also HBy (for Vpy));— Qal Impf. i s. <TJJJ^ V Jb 3 1 36 (obj. garland, in fig.); /nw. sf. Dl?y Pr6 21 (fig.; |p^). T,TVl3*7J>D n.f.pl. bonds, bands ; so appar. no'3 '» nB*j?nn Jb 38 31 (by metath. or err. from Vnjy, v. Di Bu).— i S 1 5 32 v. 'O p. 588 supr. I. n^i/ vb. answer, respond (NH id., respond, make response ; X N3i? ; Syr. jhO* ; Aram. Palm. nay; cf. Ar. [ jj;, He intend by saying); — Qal P/. 3 ms. 'y Mi 6 6 + ; sf. "Oay

S 28 15 +, tjjy is 3 o' 9 Je 23 s7 , way 1 s 9"+; 

1 s. W?? Ho 1 4 9 , etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. »$£ Gn 4 1 " + , jyilAm 7 14 + , sf. My: Jb 20 3 +, etc.; Imv. nay Mi 6 3 Pr 26 s etc.; 7w/. cs<r. niij? Gn 45 s + [2 S 2 2 36 v. may]; p<. nay Ju ig^+i etc.;— 1. answer, respond to sthg. said, actual or implied, Ju8 8 1 S4 20 Jb9 15 + ; esp. a. of men, c. ace. pers. Gn 45 s (E), Ju 5 s9 2 K i8 36 =Is 36" Jb 5 1 + very oft. (c. no t.); specif, be responsive, i.e. answer kindly, grant request 1 K 1 2' (sf. pers.); =6e amenable, docile (toward ) Ho 2 17 (of Isr. in fig.) ; seldom and late, c. ace. of thing replied to, Jb 32" 33 13 (De Di Bu), 40 2 . b. of God answering (graciously) : usu. c. ace. pers. ; by oracle 1S14 37 28 6,6 +, fig. Hb 2"; by deed 1 S 7' 1 K 18 3737 , cf. B*C3 v 24 1 Ch 2 1 26 , and esp. Ho 2 ffl - 24 14 9 , v. also Mi 3 4 Is 41" 49 s Je 33 s Jb I2 4 +, esp. fyfr, e.g. 3 6 4 2 20 2 + 33 t., etc. (in all c. 77 t.). c. rarely c. ace, or cl., of answer : ny-13 tfOfhNQ 'HI Dvfot Gn 4 1 16 , Jb 1 5 2 Pr 1 8 s3 ; Ne 8" they responded, Amen! 2 S 19 43 they made reply against Isr. (c. ?y against, onlyhere), + quoted answer ; c. ace. pers. + answer I S 20 28 Jonathan answered Saul, David asked leave, etc.; c. 2 ace. (c. 20 t.) 2Ki8 36 =Is36 21 , Jb2 3 6 + ; so = grant, vouchsafe to, CJJfJj niS"ii3 ^ 65 s terrible things dost thou [] vouchsafe to us. d. oft.+1?N Gn 18 27 Abr. answered and said. Ex 4 1 (J), 19 8 (E), Jb 4 1 6 1 etc.; +^« i»«  Gn27 M +i6t.; + £> '« v^+S t.; 'y + acc. per?. + ^D^{, 1 S 9 8 /*« answered Saul and said, + 2 3 1. (in all c. 130 t.); seldom + lbN.b tNu 3 2 31 (P), HDV

nrw '» + ace. pers. + 'i6 Gn 2 3 61<M4 (P), 4 1 ,s 4 2 s2 (E), Jos i 16 (D)t. e. seldom + " i tP! Jos 22 s1 (P), 2Kl io.n.is. 'y + ace. pers. + 'lGn 3 4 l:, (P)- 2. a. respond to an occasion, speak in view of cir- cumstances : 1 S 9 17 (ucc. pers. + quot.), Ju 18' 4 ( +-IOK), Nu 1 i 28 (JE; +id.), 2 K 1" { + id.), + i9t. b. fig. bbn-m nay; Ec io 19 money meets all demands. t3. a. specif, respond as a witness, testify, so perh. pt. njy (abs.) Mai 2 12 (in good sense); c. 3 pers. =in the case 0/= for Gn 30 33 ; usu. against, 1 S 12 s 2 S I 16 Is 3' 59 12 Mi6 3 Je 14 7 Nu 35>°(P), Ru I 21 (>Be be occupied with, II. njy ; Vrss Luth Kit K * u nsy humiliate); c. VJD3 Ho 5 s 7 10 Jb 16 8 ; c. VJB^> Dt 3 1 21 (-r" 1 !^? as wit7iess); c. 3 pers. + ace. of charge, HID 1 9 >«, of false witness "W v 18 , ^"'J Ex 20 16 (Ginsb v 13 ), || Dt 5 17 , Pr 25 18 : abs."(bad implic.) Ex 23 2 (E; ?5? concerning). b. less oft. make response as one accused (respondent) Jb 9 MJ *. tNipb. 1. ma£e answer, subj. "», c. i> pers., P/. 1 s. Vap Ez 14 4 ; i»<. ro$n v 7 (Qal not in Ez). 2. 6e answered : Impf. 3 ms. njJP , a. Jb 11 2 (subj. words). b. of man = receive answer Pr 2 1 13 , so 1 s. H3 J)K Jb 1 9'. t Hipb. Pt. iab nntpba njyo Ec 5 19 , wholly dub.; Hi (God) causes (all things) to respond in the joy of his heart; JJe answers to the joy, etc.; de Jong Wild occupies him (II. njy) ipi<A t/iejoy, etc. t[rtfj?] n.f. cohabitation (NH njiy time, also = BH; poss. response or correspondence, commerce, from above v ; or else euphemist., specific time, SS (cf. Ba* 817 , from Vj); Thes from py dice*/) ;— sf. PITU& Ex 21 10 (E) i.e. her marriage rights. — Ho io 10 v. |ty. Pity n.f. Am 5 ' 13 and (seldom, mostly late) m.

  • « 10,14 time (NHid.; Ph. ny, As. inu,ittu,time;

Talm. NWy ; clearly fr. a Vmy, but doubtful whether L 'y) ; — abs. 'y Ho io 12 +, cstr. 'y Gn 24 ,2 + ,"ny Lv 15"+ St.; sf. iny Ho 2" + , etc. ; pi., late,' D^y 1 Ch 1 2 s2 + , sf. f^f Is 33 6 ; niny ^ 9 m io 1 , sf. 'nny 3i 16 ;— 'y only twice P, once H; — 1. time of an event, etc.: a. usu. (213 t.) c. prep.: c. 3 (142 t.), esp. Ninn 'V3 Gn2i w (E) in that time, 38'^), Nu22 4 (E), Dt i 9 + 14 t. Dt; N™ 'ya Jos 5 s Am 5 13 Dn I2 M + (69 t., not in P); nwn 'ya Est 4", Dnn DT.ya 2 Ch 1 5 s Dn 1 1 u ; ny^M at all times Ex'i S 22 ' 26 (E), Lvi6 2 (P) ^34° + ; ^continually Pr 8 s0 , T^S n 5?"^? a Est 5 13 as Z<m^ as I see Mordtcai; c. ? (31 t.; cf. i> 6, p. 516 supr.), 2 S 1 1 ' + at the time, but Ez 1 2° for distant times, cf. nNTS nyi> Est 4", etc. ; c. ? (2 1 1. ; cf. 3 1 a, p.453 supr.),' tn^n 'ya ino Jos 1 i 6 (JE) to- morrow about this time, usu.in? 'V| (Kb"**"') Ex9 18 (J),iS9 16 (cf.Dr),20 12 iKi9 J 20 ,i 2K7 118

o' + ; n>n nya v . p. 3 1 2 ; t ptswn ny? is 8 M a< 

the former time; nys alone Nu 23 23 (JE) at this time = now (prob., cf. Di), Ju 13 23 2i 22 t, etc.; c. )» (8 1), Snn nyn JD Ne i3 21 ,etc; c."iy (1 2t), N'nn 'yrpiy Ne 6' up to that time, nyny nyo Ez 4 1011 , etc. (5 t. Dn); c."^, ny!>K nyo 1 Ch 9 s5 . b. oft. cstr. defined by n.foll. : fi^f ny3 Je 20 16 , 3ny(n) nyb 2 S 1 1 12 Gn8" 24 1 ' (both J), Is 1 7" Zc i 4 7 , T 3nvn' nyny j os s 2 ^ JE), nroo nya any Dn 9 21 , redundantly D^a Di^nyb 1 Ch 12 23 , TSjj(n) 'y j e 50 16 5 1 33 , Tffln 'y ct 2 12 , njpi 'y iKn 4 ^ 23 ^! 9 , ^ek 'ya JeiS 23 ^"?? T^ f 2 1 10 (of anger), 'T1X3 niny b 9 10 1 o 1 at times of destitution (v. rnS3),etc. C.sq.inf.B'OB'n Kia 'V 1 ? Jos io^JE), 2 Ch iS^nx-ip 'ya j e i i ,4 *(rd.nya also v b , Gie), etc. d. sq. cl. c. vb. fin. (poet. or late) Dt 32 s6 Jb6' 7 2 Ch 20 22 24" 29" + (cf. 2 c). 2. a. = usual time : nSS 'yi? 2 S 1 1 1 at the time of kings' going forth= 1 Ch 20 1 ; DrvnyaGn3i 10 ;n , lSnyjb39 1 - 2 . b. proper, suit- able time : rain inya Dt 1 1 " Je 5 s4 + , cf. Lv 26 4 (H), also ^ i 3 104 27 145 15 Pr 15 23 Is 60 22 Ec 3" ; nonin? ny v 8 , o'bv 'y v 8 ; sq. inf. Ho 1 o 12 , nnpb nyn

K 5 M »'« it a time to take money ? Hg 1 4 , JVa'ny 

ni33n!) "> v 2 (v* read N3 ny Hi We Now al.) ; ny nib-y^"9' 26 ! cf.Ec 3 2 - 8 (26t.); abs.ny >2 Ho i 3 13 (HiWeal.; Gu K *° gives ny ; >Nownya); abs. c. neg. Jb 22 16 Ec 7 17 ; heuce (late) H3U ^ynV D'ny^ 1 Ch 12 32 , D'nyn y? Est i 13 i.e. astro- logers, etc. C. appointed time, '131 nn nya 1 S 1 8 ' 9 at the appointed time of giving, Ez 7 ' •" Is 1 3 s2 , nmpB 'y Je 8 12 1 o li =5 1 18 , 46 21 50 27 cf. (c. vb. fin.) 6' 5 49 8 50 31 , isns 'y Je 27 7 , D?ia 'y Ez 30 3 , D^nyb D^etD Ezr 10" Ne io 35 cf. 13 31 ; iyi«3 'y^y 2 S 24 l f 103" (|| tyiO), etc. ; cf. BBtyol ny Ec8" (for time of judgment), iny 9 12 ; esp. fp. ny> Dn 8 7 cf. 1 1 3540 1 2 49 , ri?. fy 'V? Ez 2 1 30 - 34 cf. 35 5 '; Q'^yn Y>*? Dn 11 13 . d. as uncertain y^BI ny Ec 9 11 . 3. = experiences, fortunes, pi. n^ON T?y Is 33 8 , ^ 3 1 W J ^V "iU "^| D,) ?V? 1 Ch 29 30 . + 4. occurrence, occasion (=DyB), D'ny ni3T Ne9 28 grea< numbers of times (=very often). •VB? L 1 " 1 ??] n. pr.loc. on border of Zebulun, only c. n loc, 'p nny Jos 19 13 ; site unknown. nW M (also Ez 23" f; 4 6 ny Kt, Qr nny), < - TiFiy Gn 32 s + , adv. of time, now (prop. ace. tat v nro

pn of ['i«<], ny (Ko"'*°), a< «Ae <wrae, in partic. of the present tune, i. e. now; cf. Germ, zur Zeit, Ar. "j^ at the time, i.e. now; — now: 1. a. Gn 1 2 19 "jntPK njn nnjn and now, behold thy wife, 22 11 »nyT nny »3 now I know (so Ex 1 8" Jui7 13 iKif [nj nny], f 2 o 7 ), 26 22 - 29 27 s6

1 1328 , etc., Ex 5 5 pxn DV nny 0*21 ;n; whether 

in opp. to past time, as Gn32 n Jos 14 11 'nb3 nny "tpy* w, j u 1 1 8 1 K 1 2 4 is i !1 tmno nnyi, " Ho 2 9 nnyp TK ^ 31D '3, 13 2 , Jb 30'+, or to future, as Nu 24" nny j6l U80K, Ju 8 6 *ffn injrn^s 'si raj, 1S2 16 inn nny'^; = a /<er aK Nu 22 s9 Ju 8 2 ; = now at last 2 S 24 16 1 K 19* 2 K I9 2S Ho7 2 Je4 12 ; and in the phr. nnyo D^iy 1V1 tls9 6 59 21 Mi4 7 (v. infr.), <//■ 1 13 s 1 15 18 1 2 1 8 1 25 s 131 s . b. of the imminent or im- pending future : Gn 19 9 DriD <£ yij M&, 29™ vfat yarao nny »s, v 34 Ex 6 1 nmn nny, Nu 1 1 23

2 4 2S2O 6 Is33 10 (V'i2 6 ), 43 19 49" Am 6 7 p!> 

^ nrV, Is 49 19 Mi 7 410 Dn io 20 ; and esp. a<rw- StVwf in Hos, introducing a punishment, Ho 4 16 131 '" CV-f. nnjJ 5 7 8 8 13 (Je 14 10 ), 10 s . c. of a time ideally present (=.then, from our point of view): Is 29 s2 3py Bh3* TV& t<b, v b Ho io 3 Mi 4 91011M g 3 . d. describing a present state = as things are : 1 S 8 6 thou art old, etc., nny "]bt> Mb no*W, 9 « 13 12 14 30 25 7b 27 1 now I shall be swept away one day, etc., 2 K i8 20 - 25 Jb 6 21 14 16 16 7 . e. with an Imv., as an encourage- ment, implying that the time has come for the exhortation or advice to be followed, Gn3i 13 kx Dip nnv, Exi8 19 'Vipa vnv nny, n U2 2 u Dt 2 13 Is 30 8 . . Phrases : a. nj nny (nj 4 h) 1 1 K 1 7 24 2 K S 22 . b. nnyi and, now, or now, therefore (1 4), drawing a conclusion, esp. (cf. 1 e) a practical one, from what has been stated : Gn 3 22 and now (since man has once been dis- obedient), lest he put forth his hand, etc.,

723 nan "b nyaifn nnyi, 27 s - 8 vW >33 nnyi 

•fypa, 30 30 31 On 1 1* I3i rjno i?ra^ nnyi, 31 s0 + 39 8 >p$ Wg-np nnyi, is 52 s . c. nan nnyi stating the ground on which some conclusion or action is to be based, Ex 3" Jo 1 4 1010 1 S 1 2 2 24 21 1 K i 18 Je40 4 (with nnyi usu. repeated after the njn-clause). td. nny 03 Gn44 10 1 S 12 16 1 K i4 14 Jo 2 12 Jb 16 19 . te. nnyi? from now, henceforth, Je 3 4 Is 48' Dn io 17 (ace. to some, here = from just now), 2 Ch 16 9 ; nnyo D^iy *^yi , v. supr. l a end. f . nnyny until «37 2<, + oft., Is 5" 3 6 8 V2 10 ; 45 8 2Si 9 » now, Gn 32 s 'jny -into, Dt 12 9 'y ny Dnta vb n?n3n 7K (opp. to the fut.), 2X1 3 s3 ; esp. after clause with ?D, 46 s4 'JTljn UnVID (2 S 19 8 Ez 4 14 ), Ex 9 18 2 K 8 6 Ru 2 7 ." g. nny ^ for in this case, in our idiom, for then (nny pointing to a condition assumed as a possible con- tingency; cf. Dr*" 1 -" 2 ); t(a) Ex 9 16 nny "3 'lJI 'nnPtf' for then (if the intention expressed in v 14 had not existed) / should have put forth my hand, etc., Nu 2 2 29 1|Wy2tJ nny "3, 1 S 13 13 Jb3 13 ; sq. impf. Jb 6 3 for then (if it were weighed, v 2 ) it would be heavier, etc., 13" for then would I be silent and die ; (6) after a protasis, surely then Gn3i 42 + (see "'I 1 d&, p. 472). — Note. Read ny IDS (©58) as now, for ny tap Ez 16 57 , n-iatyj ny (® <S3S) now art thou broken t for IT^J ny Ez 27 s4 , and prob. M} ny (Hi We Ko Now, cf. ®<S) for K3 _ ny Hg i 2 ; also nny f or nn« 1 k i 20 , and nns'for nny V 18b 2Sl8 3 . tVJP n.pr.m. (l>«ta 1. of Judah 1 Ch 2* (»gJ*),V«. 2. of Gad 12 11 . 3. 2 Ch 11 20 Mriy adj. timely, ready (Gk. &>paios); — 'V B"K Lv 16 21 a man who is in readiness. 'IV'l prop, subst., purpose, intention, but always used as prep, or conj., on account of, beoause (for njy?, of the form nilJP, etc., Sta '^Ko"' 403 ; cf. ^l£-mean,intend} — 1. as prep., rarely with a subst., tEz 5" D3'ni3yin V, Hg i 9 nD (JC, v 9 *n*IJ UC; with a ptcp. Ez 36 13 D'lOK |y H because of men saying to you (but rd. prob. D"JP?, Co Toy Berthol) ; freq. with inf. c,

K 2 1 20 11?pnn |y^ on account of thy having 

sold thyself, Am 5" Is 30 12 37 s9 (=2 K 19 28 ) ^K IWinn jy:, Jes 14 7 13 23 s8 48 7 , and oft. (c. 18 t.) in Ezek., as 5 7 (rd. D?nntpn |R), 13^ 25 3 - 6 - 812 . . As conj.: a. yfc ]V1 (32 t,), usu. with pf., as Gn 22 16 niit ntej) IB'K |1P because that thou hast done this, Dt i 36 (Jos 14' 4 ), Ju 2 20 iS 3 o a iK 3 U 8 18 Je 19 4 25 s 29 s3 (not Is) + ; with impf. (in frequent, sense) Ez 44 12 . tb. "3 jy:, Nu 1 1 20 "'"nx ronpso ^3 ;y:, 1 k 13 21 2 i m Is 3 16 7 6 8 6 29 13 . c. jy! alone (23 t.), with pf. Nu 20 12 ^ Qrapsn n^ jy:, 1 s 15 23 1 K 14 13 20 42

K 22 19 H08 1 Is 61 1 65 12 66 4 ; with impf.(freq.) 

tEz 34 21 ; of the fut. tEz 12 12 because he shall not see, etc., (but ® Co Kau Berthol IB* ?y»|> V.V? ns*")' 1 N7) : usu. the vb. follows immediately, but Ezek. sometimes puts the obj. first foremph., " riNso ^pp-nx |y:, 20 16 - 24 36", cf. 34 s1 . nwo

3. I5?!3' |V-, q. d. because and by the cause 

(that), sq. perf., Lv 2 6 43 (H) 'BBBtoa fJWI |V

  • DKO, Ez 13 10 ; n?!3 JS! sq. inf., Ez 3 6 3 . (In all,

reckoning Jjra(l) JJP once each, 93 t., of which 20 are in 1-2 K, 11 in Je, 38 in Ez ; and only 9 in G11-2 S.) t rOl^O n.m. Pr15 - 1 answer, response; — abs. ■SJl-'D Pri5' a gentle answer; cstr. VB n?.JJP v 23 , cf. |te6 '» 16 1 (i.e. ability to answer); D , |p!!? '° Mi 3 7 i. e. response for guidance ; abs. also Pr 2 9 19 response = obedience ; Jb 3 2 3,5 reply, refutation; sf. V?.V1?? i6 4 = for its purpose, that for which it answers (v. Toy). [W?2] subst. purpose, intent, only with p, in15??37 prep, and conj. for the sake of, on account of, to the intent or in order that (abbrev. from njyp : cf. bvi; Kb" 1 ' 6 ) ;— with sf. *?$£, 1?S>9?, and DMPDp;— 1. prep.:— a. Gn 1 8 24 wilt thou . . . not spare the place D^'IVH D'BTSn [yD7 for the sake of the 50 righteous 1 Dt 30 6 T'.O for thy life's sake, 1 K 8 41 the foreigner who comes from afar ice> '7, Is 43 14 nbii vujfcpP CD3yp!>, 45* 62' in*?, 63 w Tn3P^,65« Ez 3 6 ajB Jb i8 4 f 122 s ' 9 ; p nay) in jypb, i.e. for the sake of David's memory, and the promises given to him, 1 1 K n 1213 - 32 - 34 i5 4 2K8 ,9 i9 34 (=l837 35 ),20 6 (allD 2 ); "oypp (of '^ for my own sake, i.e. to vindicate my name, ta K 19 34 (=Is 37 s5 ), 20 6 Is 43 s5 48 11 n'B'H? '^ *$$' B0 W$ Dn ° I9 > ^ ^ y "'> is said (or entreated) to act {^OV,^?) to# jypp i.e. to maintain his reputation, or character, +^23 3 25 11 31 4 79" 106 8 109 31 143 11 Je 14" 1 Ez 20 9.i;.22.« Ig 4 g9. s i mi i_ ^rjen '7 (i.e. to maintain it consistently) t* 6 5 44*, tyO '? t2 5 7 , ipl* '? tls42 21 . b. /w OTew 0/, on account of (but not ex- pressing causation distinctly, like IP 2 f, or "JBO), Dt 3 26 D5?8p!» ,3 " ">aym on your account, 1 K 1 1 39 nNl '7 iw w'e«; of this, T$? '? ore account of my watchful foes, t^5° »7 U . I*™* $ V' 8 *> simil. 69 19 ; 48 12 (97 s ) TDBE'O ^ . . . (WW TOB" tn «?ew? o/thy judgments. c. Sq. inf. Gn i8 19 "» tP?n jypi) /or «Ae purpose of J.'s bringing =s io </te intent that J. »M<//i< bring, 37 s2 yxn '? m order to rescue, 50 20 Ex i 11 9 16 io 1 , etc., Dt 2 30 e 23 , etc., 2 K io' 9 , Je 7 1018 1 1 5 50 34 (on JWfin, v. 15? 2 a 6), Ez 14 5

16 22», etc., 36 s (v. p. i76), + oft.(Ko ML " 1 ). 

Once, pleon., 3$ VK>b jypp Ez 21 s0 (cf. p .l«J|a 1 Ch 19 3 ; but rd. prob. aten). . Conj.(sq.impf.):— a.i^ |yppGni8 19 I have known him TO5P ~i#K 'b to the end that he nyght command, etc., Dt 2 7 3 Jos 3 4 2 S 1 3 s Je42 6 ; more oft. b. without ~W#, as Gn 12 13 •b ae« m), 27 B Ex 4 5 WB# '7, 8 618 9 M io 2 Is 5" 23 16 ^9 15 30 13 48" + oft. (Kb" 1571 ). c. Sq. »6: («) *6 "«?« '7 tNu 17 5 Dt 20 18 Ez3i 14 3 6 so 46 18 ; (6) »b h fEzi4 u 19 9 25 10 26 20 Zechi2 7 VH9 11 - 80 125 3 (Ko" 1S74 . Less common than ^pa? or IP with inf., or "If). Note 1. — !5?P? is always in. order that, never merely so that (tV/SanKis) ; but sts., in rhetorical passages, the issue of a line of action, though really undesigned, is represented by it ironically as if it were designed: Dt 29 18 (v. Dr) "iai ntop h , . , iaapa Gianni and he congratulate himself . . . in order to sweep away the moistened with the dry (i.e. to destroy all together), Is 30 1 44 9 Wto *> 15TV 731 1XT 73 in order that they may be put to shame, Je 7 18 ^Diyan 'b, v' 9 Dn'SB nE'a 2 f Ai 32 s9 H08 4 their silver, etc., they have made into idols rna? '? in order that it may be cut off (of course, not the real purpose of the idolatry), Am 2 7 Mi6 16 : cf. V'Si 6 (v. Comm.) in order that thou mightest be just when thou judgest (sc. by manifesting thy justice in judgment on my sin). Cf. J Qor 28 7 (F1 K1 - **»•'■»"■). Note 2.— In Jos 4 24 for the anom. DHK'V 'b, rd. inf. D^INT O in order that they might fear (Dr'" 01 "-): Neh6 13 in* jypb N,n ""MP W& (si vera 1.) the first '7 points forwards, to this intent was he hired, to the intent that I should be afraid.— On Pr 16 4 , v. njyp. f II. [H^] vb. be occupied, busied with (3), only Ec (perh. Aram, loan-word; Syr. hx. be occupied with, ..'1 occupation, affair; cf. Ar. ig-z, *±i concern one, also be occupied by; Ecclus 42 8mw );— Qallnf. ni3J? Ec i 13 3 10 . t^JJ 4 n.m. Kc, ' ls occupation, task, only Ec (Aram, loan-word Lag BS205 ; common inNH); — 'y abs. Ec a 26 3 10 5 2 8' 6 ; sf. X$ Dy? 2 23 Ais task is (sheer) vexation; JH )J3y i 13 an evil (worth- less) task, so 4 s (Mass. "3y as if cstr., v. Baer 1 ' 13 but Kb" 1 ' 99 ), and, in weakened sense, 5 13 a bad business, bad affair. trWO n.f. place for taskC*), specif, field for ploughing; — pi. sf. OnSi^ ^129' Kt they have extended their ploughing-grounds (Qr DJT3J»); sg. n:>T) only 1 S 14 14 , where text corrupt and meaning dub. v. Comm. rP2VQ ty 129 3 Qr v. foregoing. fill. [l"OJ^] vb. be bowed down, afflicted (NH id.; MI Pi. m I s , Vim I 6 ; As. en4, thwart, frustrate, do violence to ; Ar. ^j_c, Lie be lowly, submissive, v. Eahlfs '?? und W ln "• p " ,n " ra asse). 67 <r.. (j ijy p a p 1)ress; Syr. Ethpe. Amto- ble oneself, and deriv.);— Qal Pf 1 s. Wi^ ^116'°; Impf. 3 ms. nsg: IS25 5 31 4 , etc.;— 1. be put down or become low, of song of triumph Is 25 s (others as Eiph. he putteth down, || 5T??!?). 2. be dejyressed, downcast Is 31 4 (of lion ; l|nr£). 3. 6e o^i'rfed V * l6I ° 1 1 9 W Zc 1 o 2 . Nipt. Pf 1 s. WJ$ V 1 1 9 ,w J /n/. csir. rt$> (perh. rd. as Qal Ges S6U ) Ex io 3 ; Pt. Hiin Is53 7 ; fs. n$a 58'°;— 1. Aum6Z« one- gdfiSO Ex io 3 . 2. be afflicted $ 1 19 107 Is 53 7 58 10 . Piel. Pf 3 ms. nay Dt 22" + 5 1.; 2 ms. rwy ^ 88 8 ; 1 s. way ^ 35 13 , sf. HO^ consec. Na i 12 , etc.; /rap/. ^T. Jl> 37 23 , etc.; 7mv. «i? JU19 24 ; /«/. a6s. nay' Ex 22 s2 ; cstr. niay Is 5 8 6 + , etc.; Pt. pi. sf. 1J3S? Is 60 14 Zp 3"; — 1. humble, mishandle, afflict: individual Gn 16 6 3i w (J) Ex2 2 2l - 2222 (E) Jb 3 o n ; by im- prisonment and bonds Ju iff** ^ 105 18 ; a nation by war or in bondage Gn i5 13 (J) Ex i ,us Nu 24 2424 (E) Dt 26 s 1 S 1 2 s (inserting tt!SD IWJfJi, so © Dr Bu Kit HPS [cf. Th We]), 2S7 10 2Ki7 20 f94 6 Is6o 14 Zp3 19 ; dynasty of David yfr Sg 13 . 2. humble, a woman by co- habit., Gn 34 2 (J) Dt 2 1 14 2 2 24 - M Ju 19 24 20' 2 S I3 iu«ui Ez22 ,0U Las 11 . 3. afflict as a discipline (God agent) Dt8 2 - 316 iKn s f 88" 90 1S 1 1 9" Is 64 11 Na 1 1212 La 3 s3 . 4. humble, weaken,ohy n - 3^i02 24 ; t3SB>D Jb37 23 (cf.Talm. H n ?V); 8^2 oneself by fasting Lv I6 2931 23 27SJ Nu 29' (P) '^ 35 13 Is 58 s - 6 ; by an oath Nu 30 14 (P). Pu. Pf. 1 s. Way ^119"; Impf 3 fs. nayn Lv 2 3 M ; Inf. cstr. sf. way f 1 3 2 J ; Pt. nayo I853 4 ; — 1. be afflicted, in discipline by God yfr 1 1 9 71 1 32 1 Is 53 4 . 2. be humbled by fast- ing Lv 23 29 (P). Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. sf. DJJjH 1 K 8 s5 = 2 Ch 6 26 o^iei, in discipline. Hithp. Pf 3 ms. naynn 1 k 2 26 ; 2 ms. n^ynn v 26 ; »n/>/. 3 mpl. fcyn? ^ 107"; 7mi>. 'aynn Gn 16 9 ; Inf. cstr. fl'isynn Ez 8 21 Dn 1 o 12 ;— 1 . humble one- self (c. rVT nnn) Gn 16 9 (J). 2. be afflicted,

"W by men 1 K 2- 620 ; by God in discipline ^ 107 17 . 3. humble oneself in fasting Ezr8 21 Dn io 12 . "hjy (1j Lag 8 " 48 ) n.m. poor, afflicted, humble, meek;— 13V Nu i2 3 (Kt; QrVay is to ensure the ^- ace. to Di Ko" 1,76 ); elsewh. pi. DM3y Is 29"+ 1 1 1. + Kt DW Is 3 2 7 + 9 19 (Qr O^jj); Qr ffjflj ^9" io 12 Pr 3 s4 14 s1 16 19 (Kt D"JV) ; cstr. njj Zp 2 3 + 2 t., + Kt «ttJJ (Qr ■?.?») Am 8 4 (so Jb'24 4 van d. H.; but *# Kt and Qr Baer Ginsb) — these forms shew confusion with 'Oy, which is perh. only another form of Ijy (otherwise Rahlfs OI>c ' te2 'Dr ,po< "" in Hastings" 8 ; 1 jy = humble, meek, ^y = pass, humbled, afflicted); — 1. poor, needy Pr 1 4 s1 (Qr). 2. poor and weak, oppressed by rich and powerful Am 2 7 Is 29 19 32 7 (Kt); pn(n) W f 7<> 10 Is n 4 Zp 2 3 Am 8 4 (Kt), Jb 24". 3. poor, weak and afflicted Israel (usu. rendered meek) jr 1 o 17 2 2 W 25 9 ' 9 34 s 37 11 09 33 0?V 3. al s0 in a11 these W)> 147 6 i 4 9 4 Is6i 1 (||3i' , ->aB'3. cf.66 2, ?y3),^ 9 19 (Kt) v 13 io 12 (Qr). 4. humble, lowly, meek Nu 12 3 (Moses); Pr 3 M 16 19 (both Qr). tmay n.f. humility;— 'y Pr 1 5"+ 3*.; tt— : "njiy (contr. because of Maqqeph, see Br ) f 45 5 J Vfflft f l836 (= V&l 2 S 22M v - L ™5 rd. W?y>$ 01 We) ; — 1. humility, meekness V'45 5 (dub.')^Pr 15 33 18 12 22 4 Zp 2 3 (prob. gloss, v. We Now). 2. condescension ^ 18 36 (dub., v. supr.). tjTtiy n.f. affliction;— f 22 s5 ; Che ,BLlT (i«86). 198 pr o p- rii5yx cry [cf. ©aSS], (it dropped out after p). t^3? adj. poor, afflicted, humble; — 'y Dt 2 4 12 +5it.; pi. Q^?V : Is 3 15 + 6t.; cstr. »M Is io 2 + 4 t. (v. also Kt and Qr sub ljy supr.); sf. <r${ ^72 2 74 19 , v.3y Dt 1 5 11 , i;?y is 49 13 ; *• "I?5| Is5i 21 54 11 ( + Is io 30 MT, but rd. n'?y, y . L my);— 1. poor, needy, || |V3N Dt 15 11 24 1415 Prsi 20 , || DWJb24 9 Ex22 24 (E),Dt24 12 ; having right to gleanings Lv 19 10 23 s2 (H); H *9J Pr 15 15 , cf. Pr 14 21 (Kt). 2. poor and weak, oppressed by the rich and powerful Is3 141i 32" (Qr), 58 7 2 9 ' 2 36 615 Pr 3 o 14 Ec 6 8 Ez 18 17 Zc 7 10 Jb 2 4 4 , also Am 8 4 (Qr) ; || h Jb 34 s8 Pr 22 s2 ;

  • ?y ".??. Is io 2 ; JV3M ^:y Jb 24 14 Pr3i 9 Je 22 16

Ezi6 49 i8 12 2 2 M . 3. poor, weak, afflicted Israel, or pious in Israel afflicted by wicked nations or the wicked in Israel itself^ io 29 ' 9 i4 6 (dub.,cf.^53 6 )io2 1 (orn.pr.) ) Isi 4 32 Hb3 14 ; ofZion,n;3gIs5i 21 54 11 ; / ynB>fi2 6 ; / ynW25"

,0 37 14 4O ,8 =7o°, 

IV3N1 »as pi. Is 4 1 17 ; 3Nt)1 '« V 69

21 86 l 109 

it. t .22 eni 'y 82 s ; 'y n«y

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s5 ; K-l 'V 88 15 ; [| h Is 2 6 6 Zp 3 1:: ; nrrn231 'V Is 

66 2 ; — Zc 1 1 '•" v. ii. '?Jtt3 ; — God does not forget them ^9 1319 io' 2 (Kt) 74 19 , but has compassion on them Is 49 13 , saves yjr 34', delivers 35 10 , and bestows various favours 68" 140 13 , the king also judges 72 2 - 4 , and delivers 72 12 . 4. hum- ble, lowly, Zc 9' (victorious king); opp. D*|2 Pr 3 M (Kt); opp.D'K3i6 19 (Kt); <3y Dyopp.D'3'y niD-l Vl8 48 =2S22 28 . t "01> n.m. affliction, poverty; — 'y Ex 3 7 + ; "ft Dt 16*+, 1$ V' 107 41 , »Jlp 2 S 16 12 (Kt, but id. *$i >Qr *r?i); sf - *?? Gn 3 l42 +- ^V

11 , etc.; — 1. affliction, Jb 36 1521 + 44 25 88"> 

io7 4I ii9 6<UB Lai !, 3 1 '; '»psGn 4 i B (E); HV Jb 30 1627 La 1 7 ; ^ "W Is 48 10 ; '» ^3PI Jb 3 6 8 ; 'VTDK^io? 10 ; 'y VaPrsi 6 ; 'y nth Gn 31 42 (E), Ex 3 7 4 31 (J), Dt 2 6 7 2 K 14 28 Ne 9" Jb io 15 •^■9" 25 18 31 8 ii9 153 Lai 9 3', ins. also before ^V 1 S 9 16b © Th We Dr Kit Bu HPS ; 'ya ntO Gn 2 9 32 (J), 1 S i 11 2 S 16 12 (v. supr.) ; 'y yOB> Gn i6"(J); 'yo rhyn Ex 3 17 (J); yy on$> Dti6 3 . 2. ^owr<y, ani *nwwi ^ya i Ch 22 14 . t [iTO J*.F1 J n.f . humiliation, by fasting (cf. -/Pi. Hithp. ;NH'n = fasting), sf. W3yn Ez 9 s . -j-IV. (™UJ/vb. sing (^Ar. l g^£ sing, chant, "Ala singing, chanting, etc.; Syr. wlx sing respon- sively, j&Uo'.v. hymn, refrain; poss. As. ew$, resound (?); Egypt, armi is loan-word ace. to Bondi 80 );— Qal Pf 3 ms. V))) consec. Je 51 14 ; 7«ip/. 3 ms. njjp Je 25 30 ; 3 fs. fflSl Ex 15 21 ; 3 fpl. nj'Syni VSi8 7 , etc.; Imv. "J Nu2i" ^ 147"; Inf. cstr. fliJg Ex 32 1818 ; — sing, utter tunefully, Ex 1 5 21 (E) and Miriam sang to (?) them ; of uttering shout (TV Q), as in vintage Je 2 5 M ( subj.; + "b« pers.), in attack 5 1 14 ( +"^5? pers.); (ne*6q) TTVOi ni3y ; i>ip Ex 3 2 I8I8 (E); c? rei vel pers. laudat. Nu 2 1 17 (JE ; well); ^ 147 7 (A; II V1D|), Ezr 3"; +10N 1 S 18 7 the women sang, and said; iteN.b ni^hea «jf 21 12 29 s ; c. ace. rei laudat. V "9 172 ( cf - Jl v 171 ).— Is 14 22 v. |iy. Pi. intens.: Imv. Hpisy Is 2 7 2 sing sweetly of it; Inf. nSiV bp Ex 32 18 (E) </ie «<wni of distinct singing; cf. nisy? ^88'. n2V n.pr.m. Horites : — 1. Gn 36 s (read ■nnrTfor 2 «inn v. Di) V l418 - 20!SBW = 1 Ch i 38 - 41 . 2. (' nephew ' of X) Gn 3 6 2424 = 1 Ch i 40 .— A™, A(.>a(") (of- n-pr-m. |J, Safa, HaF A,7,S74 ).

  • Kt v. *J|. pi3V v. 1. P5V : .

UJ? (/of foil.; Ko'^-^cp. Ar. jli turn

py 

aside, whence [fr. movements] llc <7oa<, cf. As. enzu ; Syr. Jiik., cstr. jJLi* ; also )jLoL ; Jl»- goat-herd; Ph. Palm, ty; NH tj? (rare)). II? n.f. " 1 •• 74 she-goat; — abs. ']) Gn 15" + 6 t.; pi. any 27 9 +65 t.; sf. TJV 31 s8 ;— tl. as property Gn 30 3 " 3 - 36 (J), 3I 16 - 38 (E), 1 S 25 s . 2. as food : D<# (H?) H3 &<*(«) / she-goats Gn 27 91 » (J)+ 7 t., D^y Tyb 37 3 ' (J) a 6ucA; of goats, he-goat, D'^V nb Dt 14 4 a(n individual) goat ; cf. Lv >f (P; fat forbidden); also 'V 3^ Pr 27 s7 yoais' Mttifc. 3. as sacrificial victim, chiefly P: a. in gen. Lv2 2 27 (H), NU15". tb. in nna Gn 1 5» (JE ; cf. v 18 ). t c. np| Ex 1 2 5 (n"B>), ffJJ '33 2 Ch 3 5 7 . td. <T>iy Lv 22 19 (H), i ,0 Nu28 30 ( / » Tyb). te. D'o^ naj LV3 12 17 3 (H ; cf. v s ), n^K Nu 18 17 ('V liaa). f. riNen, 'y Ty'p Ez 43 s2 45 s3 Lv 4 23 + 3 t.'Lv, Nu 7 16 + 19 t. Nu; D^y Tyy& a single she-goat Lv 4® 5 s ; D'?y iy$f 2 Ch 29 21 ' he-goats. 4. D"^ = ^oaig hair, as material 1 S 19 1316 Ex 25 4 + 6 t. P (35 M obj. of «B !). +5. in sim. D^y 'Bfc'n

K 20 27 (v. [I^n]) ; 'Vn Tiys Ct 4 1 6 s , of flow- 

ing, undulating hair. t6. 'V TBS Dn 8 58 he-goat in vision. t"»ay n.pr.m.Levites:— 1. iChi5 18M ,Qi-«, ®L A»a«ai. 2. Ne I 2 s Qr (Kt Uy), Iai»a(i). tiTM n.pr.ni. Ne 8 4 io 23 , Ara«a(s). T»» v. i?V sub III. my. L3"oy v . p. 745. ];:j* v. II. [ray]. Q2V v. 2^33 py. t Q' , TD3y n.pr.gent. in (or near) Egypt Gn io 13 = iCh i", Anmafunp, MveiKTuin, etc.; form dub. and locality unknown, v. conj. in Di. t-iJ^Q^ n.pr.di*/. of D^TeO (q.v.) 2 K 17", vrjii((x, (om. ©L); =As. Anu-malik ace. to Schr 001 * 4100 -, but dub., v. Kit*""*- and reff. ; Che Expo,T " nM -"" M>1898 ' 429 rds.l^»13y, and ins. also

K 1 9 37 (bef. ViT>s) ; cf. also Hal cited sub nsy. 

I. J J^7 (■/of foil., peril, orig. cover, as Sab. |3y=^t5 (Heb. bb-i), DHM I * D » k »- i,t ; or< Ar. °-c appear, present oneself, specif, intervene as an obstacle (Lane ; cf. Lag Bs m ), hence JjLIc clouds, as intervening, and so obstructing ; cf. NH [J? cloud=.BYS. (rare), vb.denom. Pi. '3.V as BH ; k N?3V, Syr. )ii^ rfowfe). . P2* n.m. Kl1916 cloud-mass, cloud; — • T r 87 J 'V(H) abs. Ex i 9 9 + ; cstr. F3J| Ho6 4 + ; sf. 133g p*

uzy Nu i 4 u , i3JS Jb 26* 37 15 ; pi. &)$ Je 4 ' 3 ;— 1. cZoud-wKWg.- a. esp. of theophanic cloud ( 58 1.), chiefly at Exodus in JE (less oft. P), usu/J>n IMsy Ex I3 J1M + (v.^Sp), but also 'y alone Ex 34" cf. m 20 ^), Nuio M ii 36 14" (all JE); 'yrrny Exi 9 9 ,na3 '» v 16 (E); 'y in P Ex 16 10 24'* + 23 t.; alsoDti 33 4 11 5 19 ,^78 14 i05 39 ; in temple iK8' 0ll = 2Ch5 1314 , cf. Ezi 4 io 3 - 4 ; hence in gen. yjf 97 s , as symbol of protection Is 4 6 ; as a barrier La 3"; cf. V^>n P?K 'VI Na i 3 . b. of rain-bow cloud Gn 9 1314141 ' 6 (P), Ez I 28 (sim.). c. Ip3"|?y Ho 6 4 1 3 3 (sim. of transitoriness ; on phen'om. in Pal. v. Chaplin™ 1 ' 1883 - 19 ), cf. Is4 4 22 Jb f (both id); sim. of invasion Ez 38 916 , pi. Je 4 13 . d. poet, in various connex. Jb 26 s - 9 38 9 ; c. lix as thunder-cloud 37 11 ' 16 . e. symbol, of gloom Ez 3 o ,8 32 7 ; ^anyi 'V DV« Zpi 15 Ez34 12 Jo2 s ,cf.Ez30 3 (allofdayof"'). t2. JTjbp 'V Lvi6 I3 (P) cloud of incense, so Ez8" (del. 'V ® Co Berthol, not Toy). ' [PS? ] v k- denom. Pi. Inf. cstr. sf. c. ace. cogn. H??"^ ' v W? Gn 9"* ( P ) whm T hrin 9 clouds, etc. t my n.f. cloud (Ges iia ") Jb 3 s . tt— : x fll. []Jy] v b. W« practise soothsaying (prob. denom., but orig. meaning dub. ; connex. with 1. |JV (De 1 " 2,6 ) now gen. abandoned ; Low znGiuKimJai cp py eiJg< g0 We sita.nm.i48 ( but v< infr.); RS JPhUllv08K * 1,9f -cp.Ar.£l£ nasal twang, hum of insects, whence diviners as crooning ; Ew Gerber 31 of diviner as interpreting hum of insects, whisper of leaves, etc.; W e Be ' i2,2M now cp. ^s- appear, i.e. dealers in phenomena^; — Pf. 3 ms. consec. VIS'S] 2K2i 6 =2Ch33 6 ; Impf. 2 mpl. "Jiyn tib Lv 19 26 (H); Pt. as subst. J3iV» Dt 1 8 10 (forbidden), pi. D^J"? v » 'iyt? Mi 5", D-aa'iVO fi^S Ju 9 37 (v.i.-?i^K; seat of an oracle, cf. R g8.m'i.m,2Dd^.i^. a]g0 ( w i thout t?, c f. Sta i233 Kb 1349 ) Q , ?35? Is 2 6 , sf. DS'JJy Je 27 9 ; fs. in »J| H33i? Is 57 s «m« 0/ a soothsai/ing woman, fig. of apostates.— Vid. *1B>3, Jj. [tfnj], [Dpi?]. fn. jV n.pr.m. Ne io 27 , H»a/i, H(i)» (cf. n.pr.m. Sab. py SabDenkm 30 ; Palm. '«y). T^^V n.pr.m. I Ch 3 24 , Mnwi, Avavt(as). tn^^ n.pr. 1. m. Ne 3 , Arai/« a (j). 2. loc. Nen 32 , Arawa, Ana; perh. mod. J5ei< Ifanlna, c. 4 miles NNW. from Jerusalem, cf. Buhl 060 "- 167 .

  • 1J,I^ (-s/of foil.; meaning unknown; NH

1J?=BH, X N?3y (both rare), Syr. <k't). TFpy n.[m.] branch(es), bough(s); — usu. sg. coll., abs. 'y branches of vine Ez 1 7", pi. only sf. V 1 '??^ ^80" (both in fig.); boughs of tree, cstr. «l?jj LV23 40 , sf. (as if from *1# K6 ,u ' 74 ) D3B3y Ez 36 s ; sg. abs. (in fig.) Mai 3 19 , of cedar Ebi7»3I*. t[^35*3 ad J- tal1 of branches;— fs. nwy Ez 19 10 (of vine, in fig.). pJ,J/ (-/of foil., mng. dub.; cf. Ar. jux, j^Lc wec/fc, $ Ni»W ; also K^ wec&Zace, Syr. lis! ; Eth. CJ 1 ^: gem; vbs. denom. in Ar., Eth., NH). f 1. p3V n. [m.] neck, only in epith. gent. pjyn '03 long-necked (tall) w«n, early giant peo- ple about Hebron and in Philistia, Evok, Evax, Jos 1 5 14 (JE) = Ju i 20 , without art. Nu 1 3 33 (JE), Dt9 2 ; also 'Vn *t!* NU13 2228 Jos 15" (all JE); called also D'pJS! long-necks, Brtucttft, Jos 14 1215 (JE), n 21 - 22 (D), Dt2 I011 - 21 + Je 4 7 5 (rd. O'pJS? for MT D^ey), and perh. 1 Ch i2 16 (v. P»V ad fin.); &W: *3? l2S (® y>^«, cf. Nu 1 3 s3 ), 9 2 ; p}5> later (erron.) as eponym. ancestor of Anakim Jos i5 13 = pi3y : 2 1 11 (both P).— Vid. esp. Mey ZAW I (1881), 139 Q/pj| Jul. 10.20 QJjgEncj.Bib. AKiI_ f 11. piy n.m. ct4,9 necklace, neck-pendant (Aramaism ace. to Lag BN175 ); — abs. 'y Ct 4" appar. part of necklace, perh. neck-pendant; pi. nipjy Ju8 26 (ornament of camels), CpJSj Pr i 9 (of youth ; in fig.). ' [p^J v ^- denom. serve as necklace; — Qal 3 fs. sf. tonpjy 1^ 73 6 pride is necklace for tliem. Hiph. Impf. and Inf. abs. P , ?.1|l' i? p'jyri Dt 15 14 thou shalt make a rich necklace for him fr. thy flock, etc., fig. for richly load him. ^33? n.pr. 1. appar. m. ally of Abram Gn I4 1824 , vvav; cf. ^3f«, "ICO. 2. loc. in Manasseh 1 Ch 6 65 Afiap, ©L Avr/p. ti^JJ/ ( -s/of foil. ; mng. dub.; cf. (as denom.) Ph. Niph. [P]«a be fined CIS 1 - 165 ' 20 , Palm. NniB'lJy treasurer ship ; v. also NH WTV punish- ment, E'jy pmnish (in general)). tttjiiy n.[m.] indemnity, fine ; — 'jr|W TWfW 2 K 2 3 M ; of individual 'V KW Pr 19". t[t»3y] vb. denom. (Gerber 6 ") fine, mulct ;— Qal Pf. consec. «>?jn Dt 22 19 (2 ace); /mp/. B^JM 2 Ch 36 s (2 ace.';' || 2 K 23 s3 supr.); /n/. c*<r. t^fay Pr 1 7 s6 (?pers.);=^iunt«A (in gen.) "£?$ 2 i n ; Pt.pass. &&*% Am 2 8 those fined, nsy mulcted. Niph. Impf. + Qal Inf. abs. t?l3V $}%. Ex 2 1 22 (E) he shall be strictly fined ; more gen. Pf. ^JS?. Pr 2 2 3 be mulcted, punislied= 2 7 12 . TriDy n.pr.m. father of Shamgar Ju 3 31 5 6 , Avad (Aupux, Ktvafl); — v. also flUy fV3, HJJ? '3 (cf. Tel Am. n.pr. Anati, Wkl 126 - 43 ; As. n.pr. AetusAnatu (Jastr E " B * blM ; hence) in Syria and Ph.— also Egypt— njy (Muss-Arnolt JBI "" <,892>80 Pietschmann™"- 149C Hal JA "- 7 ' * am) ' Vi ' »«><"™. =<»)). tninjV and (i K 2 26 ) hftSlt. n.pr. va6vd; 1. loc. (cf. goddess Anat, ref. sub foregoing); —Is io so i K 2 26 Je i 1 ii 2123 32 ? - 8 - 9 Jos2i 19 (P), i Ch 6 45 Ezr 2 23 sb Ne f, Ne 1 1 32 ; mod. 'Andtd, c. 3 miles NNE. from Jerusalem, cf. Buhl 0eogr - 175 GASm " 081 - 315 . 2. m. a. i Ch 7 8 . b. Ne io 20 . ty»h3? adj. gent, of foreg.;— '»n J e 29 s7 1 Ch 12 3 2 S 2 3 27 = "riin!!yn 1 Ch n 28 27 12 . tn»nh^ n.pr.m. Benjamite iCh8 24 , Avu>6ai8, Ava6a>8(i)a. UuV vb. press, crush, by treading, tread down (NH rpp'py crushed wheat; cf. Ar. ,L£ go the rounds, [tramp], prowl; Syr. «aoL explore,^. Brockelmann) ; — QalPf. 2 mpl. fig. B*#VI OniDjn Mai 3 21 (consec).

Toy 

D3^SVv 5 ; Qr in all D""!ni?(3), nhtJ, D^-ihO, v. [-v^ntj]. f II. [73J^] vb. perhaps be heedless (Ar. Jii be Iieedless, neglectful, inadvertent); — tD^oy n.m. ' sweet 'wine (prop, pressed out juice) ; — abs. 'y Am 9 13 (v. Dr and reff.), Jo i 6 4 18 ; in sim. Is 49 26 ; cstr. "'&>! D'py Ct 8 2 . tD^DV Kt, EN$ Qr n.[nt.]pl. foliage (cf. Ges S93z ; Aram, loan-word, X, tOBy foliage, Syr. Jiacii- flower, branch); — ^ 104 12 . fl./SV **• swell (?; so Thes; inferred fr. deriv. ; Ar. Jl£ is a tumour in the vulva or anus, Jic appar. denom. (cf. 11. ?sy) v. As. uplu, prob. tumour (D1 HWB 7 wWm, but v. Jen Th Lz 1895, 250)) • _ p n . pf 3 f s . fl^By Hb 2 4 SCC. to MT (subj. WM, cf. GASm); but subst. needed, Brd 8K1889m SZJ3P, We Now ^?n, c f. Gu K,u .— Hiph. v. II. be>y. •j-i. 7D]} n. [nt.] mound, hill, only as acropolis; — 'y abs. 2K.5 24 +, cstr. Mi 4 8 ; — fortified mound or hill within city, of Jerus. (cf. Kob BBL2e7 Gu 2 ™' 0882 326 ) Mi 4 8 Is 32"; S. end of eastern hill Ne 3*1 1 21 2 Ch 33 14 'V.n npin Ne f 2 Ch 27 3 (cf. bsyn ncn b nrnp MI 8 *); of Samaria 2 K 5 s4 . fn. yDV] n.m. 186 - 4 tumour ;— only pi. Kt D^3J> : (3) IH28 27 iS5 6 - 912 ; cstr. ^ay 6 4 ; sf. Hiph. sfiew heedlessness, Impf. 3 mpl. v?P!] ni?yp Nu 14 44 (JE) they shewed heedlessness in going up (went up heedlessly), so de Dieu, cited (and allowed) by Di Buhl 1 "; >Thes al. shev:ed presumption (I. ?sy, this sense dub.). t^Ey n.pr. loc. in Benj., 'y? Jos 18 24 , ®L A<pVT). rpzy v. niy- I. ~EP (v^f folk; mng. dub.; cf. ArJiE dust, As. eprw, epiru, Tel Am. haparu and aparu (Canaan, glosses); 5! "l?y, Syr. )jS>'v ; NHi?y = BH). t"ICy n.m. L,u 42 dry earth, dust ;— abs.'y Gn 2 7 + T , cstr. 1BJ| Gn i 3 16 -r ; sf. V$V : Ez 26 12 , hsy Dt 9 21 , etc.; pi. cstr n^By Jb 28 s Pr 8"; — 1. lit.: a. dry, loose earth, thrown (in malice) 2 S 1 6 13 (|| D'33N) ; trSO^y 'V »^p Jos 7" (JE ; sign of grief), so Ez 27 30 La 2 10 , and (c. P1J) Jb 2 12 ; loose earth (on surface of ground) 1 K 18 38 Am 2 7 Mi i 10 Is 34" Lv 17 13 (H) Ez 2 4 7 (in fig.), Nu5 17 Jb 1 4 19 38 s8 39 14 , Gn 26 15 (R), made into siege works Hb i 10 ; of sand-storm Dt 28 24 ( + P?«); as serpent's food, token of punishment and humiliation, Gn 3 14 (J) Is 65 s5 (cf. Mi7 17 2 e infr.); '» ^qt Dt 3 2 24 (poem; cf. 2 e). b. specif, as material of human body Gn 2 7 3 19 (J), Ec 3 20 , cf. Jb 4 19 8 19 + 103 14 , to which it returns ("?£ Sit?) Gn 3 19 Jb I o 9 yjr 1 04 29 EC3 20 ; so(c.i>y) Jb34 15 Ec 1 2 7 . c. = surface of ground Ex 8 121313 (Pj H? n ^>), Jbig^Is 25 12 2 6 5 (both ||H?)» surface of (whole) earth Jb 4 1 25 , 'V ni^RD Is 2 ' 9 (for hiding), so 'y alone v 10 , cf. '» nh Jb 3 o 6 ; =soil, Jb5 8 14 8 . d. powder of anything pulverized Dt 9 21 21 (cf. p^ ||Ex32 20 ),2K23 6 - 61216 ,soiusim.2S22 43 =fi8 43 ' hence = ashes v 4 Nu 1 9 17 . e. debris, of ruined city 1 K 20 10 Ez 26 412 Ne 3 14 4 4 ^ 102 15 . The foil, are late : f. earth of the grave : 32^ 'Vi> Jbf so (c. i>y) 20" 2 1 26 , cf. 17 16 ; 'V Hli" ^2 2 30 , 'V , ?.3t5' Is26 19 , 'Smp-lN 13^ Dni2 2 ; ni.D"nsy ^22"; 'y in fig. i/'SO 10 . g. mortar (i.e. dried mud) for plastering houses Lv I4 4 '- 4245 (P). b. (iron-) ore Jb 2 8 2 ; 3nT nnDy ^gold- dust (but v. I'Bp). i. material of earth Is 40 12 , cf. 5>3J1 nnsy Wl PrS 26 the first of the earth"1Q3»

asy particles of the world. 2. fig.: a. of abun- dance GnI3" u,, 28" (all J) 2 Ch i 9 Jb27 16 ^ 7 8»(||D'Q: 9n), c f. 3hp leg Nu2 3 10 (JE); with added idea of commonness, worthlessness Zp i Zc 9*. b. of worthlessness (alone) Jb 22* 1 . c. sim. of the scattered, dispersed 2 K 13 7 ; 'yf Is 41 2 (so van d. H. Ginsb ; Baer 'IB ; on meaning v. Du Che, rdg. DO'fe'n for |W). d. of self-abasement Gn 1 8 27 ( + 1BK), 'Jrby nTOnjI 1SN1 Jb 42 6 , WB 'ya fW La 3 s9 . e. of humilia- tion (sitting or lying in dust) IS47 1 cf. 29 4 ' 4 , Jb 16 15 40" f 7« 44 26 1 i9 2S , sim. Jb 30"; lick- ing dust yjr 72 s Is 49 s3 Mi 7 17 , cf. TelAm. tikalu ipra (of enemies, v . Wkl A,,orF ° r " oh -" IJ91 ; also of serpent 1 a supr.); of raising from the dust iS2 8 =V'ii3 7 , 1K16 2 ; of lifting oneself Is 52 s . t hCi'] vb. denom. Pi. TMffl isyi 2 S 16" and kept dusting (him) vnth dust (throwing [lumps of] dry earth at him). II. "1SJ7 (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. is. young of mountain-goat, NH "iSiy young of animals). T^sTis) n.m. c ' 4 ' 5 young hart, stag; — cstr. vh?tn ']) (|| ns) Ct 2 917 8"; pi. abs. *9^l D^SJI nj3V 4* 7 4 (all in sim.). t-iry n.pr.m. A<ptp, etc.; — 1. 'son' of Midian Gn 25* = 1 Ch i 38 (®L Tofrp). 2. in Judah 1 Ch 4 17 (A ra<f>ep). 3. in Manasseh 5 24 . nncy v. ^n^p. 112 supr. T niDV n.pr. 1. loc. : a. in Benj. Jos 1 8 s3 t: t " (P), <t>ap, etc.; 1 S 13 7 Tcxjxpa ; prob. = p"*)? 2 and D?!?^ 6 ; perh. mod. et-Tayyibeh, c. 4 miles NE. from Bethel, cf. GASm*"* a2 Buhl 080 "- ,77 . b. in Manasseh, E<ppa6a : Ju 6" 8 s7 ; cstr. HlBy njyn 'as 6 24 , but '131 rinsy 8 3J ; c. n loc. nrney. JU9 5 . 2.m.inJudahiCh4 14 ,ro<pfpa,®LE<ppa0. tplEV n.pr.E<ppwi>: — 1. m.Hittite,Abr.'s time, ace' to Gn j^mmmmm* 49 » pay 23° 25 s 49 : * 50 18 (all P). 2. loc. 2Chi 3 19 Kt (ir-?y. Qr). cf. -Tisy l a. 3. mont. TTHJ, on N. border of Judah Jos 15 9 . Y^Zy 2 Ch i 3 '» Qr v. filBy 2. trnSV n . m .J.e.»(.iT«»i.(jr) lead (/dub.; prob. foreign word; cf. £ &H?K Z^ao", Syr.Jii(, and (as Aram. loan-word) Ar. .Q [v. Dozy], Era "*; perh. also As. aharu, a metal, magnesite ace. to Hilpr A, •" toc •" (UM) • 80,, • Hpt' b83 );— 'y-i33 Zc 5 7 a round weight (disc) of lead, 'iy?-|3K v s ; with other metals (v. H?) ! *V Ez 2 2 1820 27 12 , rrjBjn Nu 3 1 ^ (P) ; 'By also Jb 1 9 s4 (with which chiselled letters are filled ace. to Di and most; Bu rds. 'y3 in [a tablet of] lead) ; also (as flux) Je 6 M (rdg. Qr; so Gf Co; emend. Gie); 'iy in sim. Ex 1 5 10 (song). nnCQ? v. ns<y S ub n. spy. yy v. II. nvy. fl. [H^] vb. hurt, pain, grieve (NH Nithp. and in deriv.; X 3Xy be in pain (rare); Eth. (MM; be liard, difficult; Lag B!,50cfa)1 cp. Ar. J^-£i be angry, but dub.); — Qal Pf 3 ms. sf. i2Sy 1 K i 6 his father had not pained him (® KloGriixy, but v. Benz); ins. 3??? (with other words) 2 S 13 2 ' 1 ® Ew Th We Kit Bu HPS; Inf. cstr. sf. '^V ,r ?i>ai> 1 Ch 4 10 that it (HfJ) way not pain me; Pt. pass. cstr. HT1 nalSJ? Is 54 s /m»-< tn »pm< (of Zion under fig. of deserted wife). Niph. Pf. 3 ms. a???. 1 S 20 s4 be pained for (^f pers.; del. ® HPS); 3g$ 2 S 1 9 3 the king is in pain (is grieving) for (?? pers.); Impf. 3 ms. axy^ 1 S 20 s lest lie be pained; + Di !] 3 instr. Ec io 9 shall be hurt by them (i. e. D^aS; only here of physical pain); 2 mpl. ^ypl Gn 45 6 be not grieved ( + "W ; sq. >| <Aai! ye' sold me), cf. Ne 8 10 " (abs.) do not grieve. Pi. Pf. 3 pi. 13*? c. ace. Is 63 10 they vexed his holy spirit ( + ^9); Impf. 3 mpl. law 4 ; , !a' : ! i 1 / 56 s my affairs they vex (Thes al.), but improb., < Che 'V) "0"ia with speech they vex (me). Hiph. Impf. 3 mpl. sf. Wtt'WjJ •>// 78 40 tfiey used to cause him [] ^ai«. Hitbp. /»»;>/. 3 ms. *.3^N asyn>l Gn 6 6 and he was vexed to his heart (of  ; ||Dn3?l); 3 mpl. laSJHVl Gn 34* ( + "»£!, sq. clause with ^B). f 1. 222 n. [m.] pain, hurt, toil ; — 1. 'y 2>ain Gn 3 16 (of travail), Pr io 22 . 2. hurt (of mind), 'ST"!? 1 ) Pr 15 1 a word that hurts (opp. ^irnjyo). ' 3. toil Pr 14 23 ; pi. B*?^n Dr6 // 1 2 7 2 iread 0/ (gained by) toils ; sf.^-asy Pr 5 10 . fi. "22$ n.[m.] pain; — 'y 1 Ch 4' (of travail); 'JTJ^ V' 139"* hurtful way (of any wicked habit ; >% Thea way of idolatry; 11. 3Sfc) ; sf. lasy. Is 14 3 of the pain of exile. t[223?,>3S?3 n.[m.] toiler (prop, suf- ferer; less weH 35fy toil ThesKo" 1 - 2 ' al.);— pi. sf. IS'"?! Da/ap Is 58 s (d. f. dirim. Ges»* h ) your toilers ye drive on; Klo Che 03T3 Bay (cf. Vrss in i>art) money lent on phdge ye exact. T[nS-sb;] n.f. hurt, injury, pain;— ri3Vy Pr io 10 he that winketh with the eye causeth hurt (stirs up strife, etc.); cstr. 3,;m3Jty pain of heart 15 13 (opp. Opb> 3.?); pi. sf. VJSfjf Jb 9 s8 ?ny paiW, so rd. perh. also 7 1S (for MT VliDsy); Dniasy yj, 16 4 (due to idolatry; > idols X 93 We al.); 'V? C^anp 147 s binding up their hurts. tyUSy n.[m.] pain, toil;— 'y abs. Gn 3 17 toil; cstr. «TJ p3Xy 5 OT (both of agriculture); B f. *!#»? 3" (of travail; all J). trDSVO n.f. plaoe of pain (> simply pain); — p33B'n 'Dp IS50 11 in (constr. praegn.) a place of pain shall ye lie down. f II. [32W] vb. Pi. shape, fashion (NH Pi. stretch child into shape; Buhl 1 * 1 cp. J^JlS cut, cut off [whence idea of carving, fashion- ing 1 ) ■—'Si- Pf- *&$ "? ,:is V TT5 Jb io 8 thy hands shaped me, etc. Hiph. Inf. cstr. navynp Je 44 19 , but rd. ^-, to fashion her, i.e. make images of her (poss. denom. from 3Xy). y II. ysy a.m. vessel (as fashioned') ; — 'y "131 nt33 Je 22 s8 a vewe 7 - despised, etc. (fig. of Coniah = Jehoiachin). fn. [aSV] n.m. idol;— sf. 'axy. Is 48 s . t[325?] n.[m.] idol;— always pi. D^sy (Ges» <««•): H04 17 8 6 (3nnf)D|), I3 2 (*1D3, ||n3E>P), 1 4 9 Zc 1 3 2 2 Ch 2 4 18 ( + W)&*) ; cstr. "3Xy ^ 1 06 38 i 35 >» (arm *|D|); s f. rraxjj Isio" (II ?'>?«), Je 50 s (|| rvW>3), Mi i 7 ; Drnasy 1 S 31'= 1 Ch io 9 , 2 S 5 21 (but read 0$$$ as || 1 Ch 14", so © We Dr al.), IS46 1 ^ 106 s6 1 15 4 (3HJ1 HD3). "T^J/ (^of foil.; cf. Ar. !J,c- lop trees with a xJju*, a kind of reaping-hook; Eth. 00.C:, 0R.2: reap, <*Z.0e.£: , ^OdJf: ««Me ; NH nsyp aa* (smaller than Hft Levy 1 """" 1 - 423 ). TTSSIQ n.[m.] axe; — Je io 3 ; in Is 44 12 prob. del. (so Du Che Hpt Skinner). f I. [ll^y] vb. shut (Ar. ( _, et J) Ui iv. shut eyes; Eth. OftcD: shut door); — Qal Pt. act. vry nsy p r 16 30 he that shuts his eyes (SS cp. DSy [Is 29 10 ], which Gr reads). II. (1^ (•/offoll.; meaning dub.; cf.Sab. DXy«;oodDHM z * "'^< U8S) ' 3< 4,s ,Ar.Lie,orig. i^JLc nom. unit, of ilic fer^e, thorny trees (v. Lane; also Nb GGA18 2 ,6 + ; sf. "fa Dt 28", etc.; pi. D7V Ju 9 8 + , cstr. 'Xy Is 7 2 + , sf. Tfl Dt 29' , »W La5 4 , etc.;— l.'(c. 150 1.) a.'a standing tree Gn 18 48 (J) + , Ex 15 s5 (J; of shrub 1), Je if s =f I 3 (sim.); to be felled Dt 19 6 2 K 6 6 ; D'Xyn (appar. incl. vine and bram- ble) in allegory Ju 9 8 + 6 1. Ju 9 ; Bm ft? tGn 2 9 3 m. 2 4 ^ j^ cf D «n 'y, fig. of source of (life and) happiness tPr 3 18 1 1 30 1 3 12 1 5 4 ; IT)} 3iD nyiri 'V Gn 2 9,6 (J); ty_'(n) *BJ Is 7 2 (sim.), 44 14 Ez 1 5 2 + ; irfrQ 7g Is 55 12 Ezi7 24 (fig.), +; 1^3? 7V 2CI12 7 ; D^p-"^!; tEz 3 1 14 ; '" 'Xy ff KM 1 '; ^ H8 tEz3i 91618 - 18 ; nji3|) »XJJ Ct4 14 ; of vine H? fB3n fEz 15 26 ; Uy.l |T^| nnri place of illicit worship tDt i2 2 "Je2 20 3 013 1 K 14 23 2K16 4 17 10 Ez 6 13 Is 57 s 2 Ch 28 4 , cf. fjyi flT^? Je 17 2 ; n'3y ffa Ez 20 28 . b. coll. trees, TYV. Gn 2 16 3'- 2:8 (all J); usu. later, 'y i 12 - 29 - 29 ^), +; n»)f /rai'<-bearing <ree« Gn 1" (P), + 148 9 , cf. Ec 2 3 , >y na Exio^^Ezse^Lvas^^.cf. J02 22 ; !»3^BTS Dt 20 20 Lv 19° (H), Ez 47 ia Ne 9 25 ; n??6 T5? Hg 2 19 olive trees, JOB? }«y Ne8 15 , JOB-'"^ Is 4 1 19 ; OniT§ V' 7 4 6 thicket of trees ; fTl^n fj Ex 9 13 (J), + J TS53 fJ? tEz 15 6 , cf. Is io 19 44 s3 ; )>yn 'O'S Is 65 s2 (sim. of great age), c. pi. of trees felled for building, 1 K 5 20 32 ( + CW3K) ; DT3j ,S K 2 S 5 n =i Ch i4 J + 7 1.; D'cnn3 "arjj iKs 22 - 24 ^ 1 ; ('a^K) d'ap^K "SV : , v.'3>S p. 38 supr! 2. (c. 175 t.; c. 120 t. pi., to denote pieces [or articles] of wood) a. wood, as material; for building, 2Ki2 ,3 ( + 3?np K), 2 2 6 = 2 Ch 34" (both + i'd.), Ne2 8 +; ipB* '5fy 1K6 233133 cf. v 32 ; "isT'sy Gn6 14 (Noah's ark), D'PB* ^y Ex 25 610 + 20 1. Ex (of tabern.and its furniture; allP)Dtio 3 ; yyh?PNe8 4 ; f5? H'OiO Je 28 13 (in fig.; opp. 7JT8 ' D ); H* , !'3 article of wood Lvn 32 i5 12 Nu3i 20 ,cf.35 18 (allP). Hence b. &W = articles of wood Ex7 ,9 (P; HD'pN), 1 Ch 2 9 2 ; so D^iS ^Xy 2 S 6 5 (but v. VfaZadfin); specif. H?? = helve of axe Dt 19 5 ; (i)n"?n ff 1 S 17 7 Qr (Kt 1*0)= 1 Ch 20 5 , 2S21" 2 3 7 ; "Xy n ?5?7 J S6 14 (i.e. wood of which cart was made), n~W?XJ} 'X?. Ju 6 26 ; esp. timbers of a house Zc 5 4 Hb 2" Lv 14 43 , of a city 1 K i5 22 =2 Ch 16 5 , Ez 26 12 ; J*y of pole on which bodies of slain (criminals and others) were exposed (perhaps orig. tree) Gn 40 19 (E), Jos 8 2929 io 26 - 2627 (all JE), Dt2i BJS ; lab* (in Pers.) used for executing criminals (? by hanging = gallows), YT's'S n ?$ Est 2 s * + 8 t. Est. t c. of idols, J3W Y8 Dt 4^ 28 s6M 29 i6 2 K i 9 »_ Ig g^ Ez 2Q w cf Je 2 27

9 Hb 2"; so W alone Ho 4 12 Is 40 s ", cf. 44" 

45 s0 ; JT^? *&* Dti6 21 . d. (fire-)wood Jos 9 s3 " 7 (J), v 2 '(P), Dt 19 6 Is 3 o M + , rd. D75? also Ez 24 s (for JIT D'DVy) Bo Ew Stn Co Berthol Toy; esp. for sacrifices 1 K i8 2323 + , Gn 2 2 79i ' Lv i 7 + 6 t. Lv (all P), 2 S 24 18 || 1 Ch 2 I 23 , + ; n^iy 'Xy Gn 22 36 (P). e. n.K(n) YV. cedar-wood, used in purifications Lv 14"*"* Nu 19 6 (all P). f. yyn ^riK'B Jos 2 6 woody-flax, i.e. flax on the stalk.— Je io 8 Gie prop, ln'xyb 7X for MT Kin J»J> B^yOn.— YYbz n 9? to Ez 2 1" is dub., Sm prop. )*r^ "DKO, Co 8r^ 'DKb, Berthol Tr^3 ^BNCfl ; Siegf ^ Toy leave untranslated, t n. TT2V n.f. coU. trees Je 6 6 , but rd. r=lSJJ (rj? c. sf. 3 is.), so Orient. Codd. @ <S 33 X Hi GfGie.— 1. nsy v . sub^- III. 7V£)f (Vol foil.; meaning dub.; cf. As. esen-seri, esen of the back, prob. spine; Ar. tl_c o* cruris, Lane 206sc 6cm« 0/ </ie shank, (joJLic os caudae coccygisvey Tn2J5? n. [m.] either spine or os saorum, bone close to fat-tail, TO Lv 3 9 . IV. TV&V (7 of foil.'; Lag BN157 cp. Uli* a Zand abounding with the trees called L*Lc). t"122 p^V n.pr.loc. usu. raer<a>» [rw.] rn/3fp, near Elath at head of Gulf of Akaba 1 K 9^=2 Ch 8 17 , 133 'V 1 K 22 49 =2 Ch 20 36 ; 1M |7J? Dt 2 8 Nu ss 35 - 36 (P). t[7XJ7] vb. MTipb.. be sluggish (NH in der. species, and deriv.; cf. Ar. JJai III. stick fast in coitu, Lane 2086 ; Syr. "%^. be stufridY, —Impf. 2 mpl. n$$ 'J^SVJPl-^tt Jui 8" be not sluggish in going. ^V adj . sluggish, lazy ; — alw. 'y abs. ; — yVTH Pr2 4 30 ; elsewhere subst. sluggard Pr 6 6, + iot. Pr + 'Vn io 26 . trP!£? n.f. sluggishness;— 'y Pr 19 16 ; du. intens. D^pSV Ec io 18 double (i.e. great) sluggishness (so Thes De al.; rd. then perhaps Q !0?¥J? ; > fr. ?S? a sluggish pair, i. e. hands Ew al), but improb.; tTT JWBB>, whence Bi conj. nibxy, Siegf D?r r£xy.

Q2»> 

trvhxif n.f. id.;— 'y Orb Pr 3 i 27 . tI.[DXT, cf.Lag BN31 l, D2^ vb.be vast, T T mighty, numerous (NH Nithp. contend stren- uously, and in deriv.; Ph. in niDVy mighty deeds, DOVy bones; Ar. lla-c be great in bone, or anything, llai bones; Eth. 061°'. id.; Aram. NI?By, )^£ thigh);— Qal P/. 3 ms. DSyi consec. Dn 8 24 1 I 23 ; 2 ms. PlDSy Gn 26 16 ; 3 pi. iDxy Is 3 1 l + , «W| ^ 38 20 ; iwp/. 3 mpl. iosy>i Ex i 7 - 20 ; /w/. Mfr.nVfg Is 47 9 ; sf. i»?y Dn 8 8 ; — 1. 6« mighty, Gn 26 16 (J; c. f? comp.), Dn gs.24 j 1 23 2. be numerous, ||121 etc., Is 31 1 , nxo qyjan nosya 47', je5 6 3 o 1416 Exi 7 (P), v 20 ^), V'SS 20 6 9 5 '; c. JO comp. Je 15 8 Vmo 6 - 13 ; alone 139 17 . Hiph. ma&e strong, Impf. 3 ms.- sf. ino'syn ,/, ios 24 -*- )0 comp. TQ2J? n.[m.] might, bones; — 1. might, cstr. *T 'y Dt8 17 , T£ "* Jb 30 21 ; sf. nD?y Na S^Ges' 938 ); +irm 'ya Isn 15 (Thes ah; for MT") D^3). 2. 6orces(coll.): sf. n?flf ^i 39 15 a: my frame. trroSV n.f. might ;— Is 40 29 (|| 03). . D^y jr n.f.* 85 ' 10 (c. pron. masc. Ez 37 M etc., cf." Albr. 2 **" 1 ' 18861 - 73 ) bone, substance, self ;— abs. 'y Gn 2 23 + ; 0X5? Pr 15 30 16 24 ; cstr. DSy Ex24 10 + ; sf. I^J Jbig 20 -!-, etc.; pi. ntoSJj 2 Kz3 16 + ; cstr. nioxy Jos24 22 + ; sf. Tlbsy Jb4 14 + , etc.; also D^ Ez 2 4 4 + , sf. "■psy; Gn2 23 +, etc.; — 1. bone : a. of living pers. Mi 3 2 ' 3 (hyperb.), Jb 1 o 11 1 9 20 La 4 8 ^ 1 02 6 Ec 1 1 6 + ; fig. of close relationship iVXVQ D?y Gn 2 2S , cf. 29 14 (both J), Ju 9 2 2 S 5 1 = 1 Ch 1 i l , 2 S 1 9 1314 (all + T?). b. 'y + T» = 6<^2/, Jb 2 s ; pi. = bodily frame Je 20 9 (sim.), limbs, members, <Wffli2 Ju 9 29 i.e. Ztm6 6y Zim6 (GFM); as seat of vigour Jb 20 11 , etc. c. (poet.) as seat of disease and pain Jb 30 1730 and (esp. of personif. Isr.) ^ 22" 31 11 102 4 La i 13 Hb3 16 +. d. pi. as representing entire person = one's whole being, (esp. of personif. Isr.) ^ 6 3 (&2). v 4 ), 35 10 (|| Bte3 v 9 ), Is66 14 ; of individ. (inch physical and moral) Pr 3 8 1 4 30 1 5 30 1 6 24 . e. sg. = external body La4 7 Ew Tb al., but dub.; Bi Bu bones ( = branches) of coral (D^B); Lohr D~^V their skin. 1. esp. of dead Nu I9 ,618 (P), Ez 37' + ; oft, (pi.) = remains Am 6 10 G1150 25 Exi3 1919 J0S24 32 (all E)+. 2. bone of animal Ex

46 Nu9 12 (both P); Ez2 4 4 - 6 (symbol.); of 

(living) hippopot. Jb 40 18 . 1 3. sg. sub- stance, self (cf. Dl? 3) : BJ^J T)3 Ex 2 4 10 (JE), like the substance of the sky = the sky itself; ton 'S3 Jb 21 23 i. e. full prosperity; esp. 'TTi» nvi Di>n Ez 24 s this selfsame day, "131 '1>3 24 2 40 1 Gn 7 13 1 7 ,3S6 Ex 1 2" MM Lv 23 21 28 ' i9S0 Dt32 w Jos 5' 1 (all P), '131 Tiy Ez 2 3 Lv 23" (P), Jos io 27 (R).— Ez 24" rd. D»Wn (Bo Ew al.); v 10 del. ntoSJJn (Co Toy) ; Jb 7 1S rd. "ni3Syo (Heiske Me Bu Du'al.) ; ^ 53 s rd. peril. nxy.D (cf. || f 1 4 6 Bae ; v. Hup Che al.); 6 9 6 rd. 'nibxyD (for MT WDXD), @ 01 Che Bae al. fn. D2y n.pr.loc. Kaon, etc., in Negeb of Judah, DSV Jos 15 29 , Simeon 19 s 1 Ch 4 s9 (DSJ?). □1!2J> adj. mighty, numerous; — 'V Gn i8 18 +, T pl. D^'Sj; Is8 7 + , QW5| Mi4 3 + ; sf. TOIxy. ^ 1 o 10 ; — 1. mighty, esp. of people, strong in numbers (oft. R32, frlJ) Gn 18 18 Ex j 9 + 3 t. JE ; Dt 4 38 + 6 1. D, Mi 4 3 - 7 Zc 8 K Is 60 s2 (opp. "Vyx), of locusts Jo i 6 2", cf. v 11 ; so of !wj Dn ii 25 ; D«y *6 DS, i.e. feeble Pr30 26 (of the JSB*); less' oft. of individ. '» D^O f 135 10 ; of waters Is8 7 ; '» alone Pr 18 18 the mighty, Dn 8 24 ; ^ io 10 Aw migMy ones (i. e. claws, of lion, so Ew De Che Bae al.). 2. numerous, count- less (all || 31): Am 5 12 ^ 35 18 ; as subst. = »i«ny Is 53 12 Pr 7 26 .— Is 41 21 v. no«| sub III. DXy. t [rra^ri] n.f. might; — pi. intens. ft ntosyn 1 ! yf, 68 36 strength and abundant might, TVi?32J? n.pr.loc. A.ae()papa, on extreme S. border of Canaan, Nu 34 s , c. n loc. nj&y. v 4 , ruioxy. Jos 15 4 . fii. [DSJ7] ▼*• shut t,ie e y es ( NH Hi P h - i poss. connex. with Syr. . v»v = id., Ar. ^Ja^s-, JJJ, iv (on u i= i v. No™^ l «'«); NH H?V rfo«e eyes of dead; cf. Ba K8M );— QalPt. |D WJf DXyi Is 33 1S shutteth his eyes from see- ing.' " Ti.'lmpf 3 ms. D^JT"? DS^ 1 - Is 2 9 10 /ie Aa<A %A% shut your eyes (cf. I. nxy). III. UXP (^of foil., si vera 1.; cf. Ar. 1^-c defend, protect, l^JLz defence, v. Du and cf. Thes; >De Di al. your mighty things, strong arguments (fr. D«V> sub *• Q W, which foil, perhaps imitates in vocalization)). t[rra?y] n.f. defence;— pi. sf. na'ntoxi; (so Baer Ginsb; van d. H. 'DX?) Is 41 21 bring forward your defences, defensive arguments (Che Hpt M'niavy yow idols, after Gr, [so Lo Klo explain 'nxy, as mightiest aid, I. DVJ?]). ■my(n) 2 s 23 s , v. 1 nv sub 1. pp.

rroy 

~)^J7 vb. restrain, retain (NH id.; cf. prob. As. eseru, retain, restrain, T)l awB1M Jiiger ba« i.483 Zennpfund'"-' 00 ; Eth. ORd: press, Ar. >!*; X ■*?, Syr. £* icZ.);-Qal P/ 3 ms. 'V Gn 20 ,8 + , sf. »?2P 16 2 ; 1 s. WTJI Dn io 8 ", etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. ■*£ 1 S 9" + , ~W 2 Ch 2'; sf. naiSg! 1 K 18 44 , etc.; Inf. abs. "fry Gn 20 18 , cstr.^ 2CI122 9 , iVVl Jb 4 2 (Ges* 28 "); i>«. pass. "Wf" Je 33' + , etc.; — 1. restrain, c. ace. pers. Gn'i6 2 (J; + f», i. e. prevent), TW"&? DITpi iy3 20 18 (E), cf. abs. Is 66 9 (opp. T?to); sq. inf. 2K4 24 ; c. ace. pers. alone 1 K 18 44 hinder, stop ; c. ace. of sky (hindering rain) Dt

1 17 2 Ch 7 13 ; pt. pass. abs. shut up, or hindered 

(for reasons not given) Je 36 s Ne6'° (? by a vow, or by ceremonial uncleanness, cf. RS 8 "" 1 .4*3 r.. &>de<i.4»f.). — s ] m t up (c. 3, in prison) 2 K ", pt. pass. Je 33 1 39 15 , fig. 20 9 ; on 2*K "TO? (5 t.), v. I. 3ty ; ^ n 1^V. 1 S21 6 women have been kept away with ref. to us (cf. RS 1 "); "NS? , 3Bp 1 Ch 1 2 1 kept away from before Saul ; = detain, c. ace. Ju 13 1516 ; in Jb c. 3, ? , ?'? 3 'J' 4 s , cf. 29", so D?B3 1 2 5 ; 'Bja 'V 1 S 9 17 is rule over, etc. (si vera 1.); ins. also (with other words) 10 1 © We Dr al. 2. (late) retain, c. ace. 03 CI113 20 22' Dn io 816 ii*; +inf.= 6e able to 1CI129 14 2di2 s ; om.0'3 i 4 >» ( + 1B?), 20 37 ( + inf.). tWiph. be restrained, stayed, of plague: Pf. 3 fs. 1T)i$ Nu 17 16 ; Impf. 3 fs. -ixyn 2 S2 4 21 = iCh2i' 22 ,ixvrn.Nui7 ,3 25 8 (P)

S 24 s5 yjf 106 s0 ; be shut up (of sky), Inf. cstr. 

ixyru 1 K 8 s5 = 2 Ch 6 26 ; be under restraint or detention Pt. "MM 1 S2i 8 + "' »$ (?i.e; kept by a vow, cf. HPS and Ne 6 10 supr.). t-rey n.[m.] restraint (?), only 0* && Ju 1 8 7 a possessor of restraint, i. e. ruler, but © S> wealth, so Thes al., text very dub., cf. GFM ; Bu conj. that 'y combines readings 1XN and 12>y. t^2?y n.[m.] restraint, coercion; — 'y abs.: BEBtoOl / yD Is 53 8 from (as a result of) coer- cion and judgment he was taken off; cstr. n$n 'y ^ 107 39 ; Drn 'y Pr 30 16 restraint of womb, barrenness (so ^ 107 s9 Perles AMlM ). t iT^^y , nTi'5 »•* ■ assembly ( ? as confined, held in);— abs. nnxy Is i I3 +2t.; nnj^ Dt i6 8 + 3t., ffjjpl 2Ch7 9 ; cstr. JTjilg Je 9 '; pi. sf. DSWi/y Am 5 21 ; — 1. sacred assembly, re- jected by '<, Is i 13 and (at Bethel, etc.) Am 5 21 ; for Baal 2 K 10 s0 ; Dt 16 8 (last day of Massoth), Lv 23 s6 (P), Nu 29 3S (P), Ne 8 18 (all of day after "TOO feast of booths), cf. 2 Ch 7' [NH of feast of weeks, X »^~W._ Jos Ant - 11UM, A<rapTa]; occa- sional, Jo 1" 2". 2. assemblage, company (in gen.), D , "!?3 'J? Je 9 1 an assemblage of de- ceivers (Gr mi; Che man). T "i!jy ID n.[m.] restraint, hindrance ; — 'd 1 S 1 4 6 sq. inf., has no hindrance in delivering. tl!8?Q n.[m.] restraint, control; — 'D Pr 25* a man whose spirit is without control. DJ^ (v^of foil., meaning dub.: Thes as- sumes be protuberant, whence both 3pV heel, and 11. 3py hiUy). •fi. "ypV n.m. heel, footprint, hinder- part (Arab. L-& heel, fig. end (of a month), ilic mark, sign, trace; Aram. "Spy, > ->nv Aee/, footprint, fig. trace, warA (cf. Wsd 2 4 <S, Ecclus 13 s6 >§><s), also end, extremity); — 'V abs. Gn 3 15 + , cstr. 3p$| 2 5 M , pi. cstr.'??? Cti 8 , "3i?y Gn 49 17 Ju 5 K , ni3i?V ^ 77 20 89 s2 , etc.;— a. heel, of man, Gn 25* VnK 3|?V3 nirik iTI, as obj. of attack from behind, 3" 3py'«B1t?fi nntO, Jb 1 8 9 n3 'ya tntf, Je 1 3 s2 ^3p]j 1D»n3 are treated violently, i. e. are rudely exposed (|| ^'blt? vj?)j as instrument of attack, ^4i 10 'V ^? Hj 1 ? hath made great the heel against me, i. e. given me insidiously a great fall (fig. for, taken some cruel advantage of me ; cf. imoaKe'kifa) ; of an animal, Gn 49 17 DID "3ij>y !|g*n, Ju 5™. b. mark of heel, footprint, Ct I 9 P&O ^pjja TJ^NV, ^ 56' 'apj) nb^'I they mark my footprints, i. e. watch me insidiously wherever I go, 89 s2 "10$ ^rPB'O ntaiJJJ) ^Sin i. e. followed him mockingly, of (fig.) ^ 11* Wp & VfiN thy footprints were not known (the waters closing over them). C. hinder-part, rear (of a troop of men), Gn 49 '» :3py TO; Ktfl) (rd." 1 ?^ ! D3pjj) he will troop on their rear, Jos 8 13 D3py (cf. Di). T2p3* vb. follow at the heel, fig. assail insidiously, circumvent, overreach (denom. from 3j3y; c f. Ar. ijULc follow (at the heel), succeed, m. bring consequence on, i. e. punish, Qor2 2 w , iv. make to follow, i.e. reward or punish, lliXx- end, final lot 6' 1 , reward 6 136 ; .inv hold back (rare), follow, Pa. investigate, search out: Eth. O'f'fl: is £e«p, guard); — Qal Pf 3 ms. Ho 12 4 VnsrrW 3py }B33 he attacked his brother a< </te heel (cf. Gn 25 M sub 3py) ; /nip/ 3 ms. Gn 27 s6 "03pjn 3p£ 1D?> K1 T 5 »Sf] DT)J?D D) and he hath overreached me now twice ; + /«/. a6«. Je 9* 3p£ 3ipy riK-b? surely

npy^ overreacheth (||vl!- b 1 ?"!). [® nrtpwfw, to attack tcttA the heel ; but this dub. In ' supplant,' also, the fig. is a different one.] Pi. Jb 37 4 D3i3JP fy t dub.; poss. attack at the heel (cf. 331), hence fig. hold back; more prob. rd. 101 D33JP holdeth them not back (sc. Vp/13 his lightnings), when his voice is heard, from 33}) to hold back (common in NH; Z 33$)). fn. 2py adj. verb, overreacher, ^ 49" 'SSD? i3pj? |iy i. e. of those who would take some insidious advantage of me. fi.^py adj. 1. insidious, deceitful, Je 1 f bsp 3.bn 3py. 2. foot-traeked (denom. from 1. 3pv) Ho 6 8 DW nspy J1K by'3 rqp 1 J/N • ■j-n. 2pV adj. steep, hilly (v. V; cf. LLlc difficult mountain path, Qor90 u ; 0$>fl: Aj7/.); — Is 40 4 "fa^eb 3byn nTII let the steep ground (Ch) become a plain (|| tJ^fg?). Cf. Ecclus 6 20 . tnOpS? a.f. insidiousness, 2K10" KVW 'JT3 n'E>y. T2p)y n.[m.] consequence, usu. as adv. ace. as a consequence of, because (that), also reward, end (v. sub 3pV; and cf. Ji^s- heel, fig. consequence, result);— 1. Is 5 s VBH 'p^XO "int? 3pJ? (adv. ace.) in consequence of a bribe, fr 40 16 (= 70 4 ) W3 3pJ? bj? (pleon.) according to the consequence of their shame, i. e. in con- sequence of the disgrace . falling upon them. Hence as conj. "IK'K 3py as a consequence of (the fact) that, because, Gn 2 2 18 tyof "ft 'V <bp3, 2 6 5 2S12 6 ; so "? 3py 2S12 10 Am4 12 "lb nbVK nW <3 'V; 3py alone, Nui4 M , and (sq. impf.) Dt7 12 JiycttTI 'P in consequence of your hearkening, etc., 8 20 . 2. consequence — gain, reward, V 19 12 3 "! 3$ D"«?F 3 , Pr2 2 4 '131 nS-V "• nST(1) ni3y Spy. 3. end (of time), adv. ace, f 1 19 33 '» njnSNI to db ew</, v 112 Dbiyb 'P (cf. Ecclus 16 3 ; S N3py (rare)). ta'lpy n.pr.m. ®B usu. (l>«n»[4 A®L A<e(»t)o^ : — 1. descendant of David 1 Ch 3 s4 2. heads of post-exilic families Ne 7 46 . b. Ezr 2" (si vera l.j. a. iCh 9 17 . b. Ne8 7 . "o. N«  J?3^ , lipV^ n.pr.m. et gent. Jacob, In«uj3, son of Isaac and Rebekah, father of tribes of Isr. (expl. fr. 3pV Jteel Gn 25 s6 Ho 12 4 , i.e.supplanter; cp. with 3py overreach Gn2 7 M ; one closely following ace. to Lag *" 127 ; connexion a. Ezr2 42 = 3. Levites : Nen 19 1 2 s5 . mpy

with Pal. city (?) called in Egyptian Y'kb'ara (i.e. i>N-3'PS:)is obscure; cf. Mey ZAW '"■"'• WMM A,, u. Eur. 162 IT. j en ZA r (U>M). 347 ft. . y &ho Rab n . pr . m . Ydkubilu, Pinches in Horn* 11 ™' 96112 ; hence OT 3pJ£ perhaps orig. i>X3plT or the like, cf. Palm. n.pr. 3P1&3, 3pyny);— 3ip$>! Je 30" + 3 t- Je,Lv26«; 3'pJJ! 215 t. Hex. (chiefly JE; 180 1. Gn, once Lv, etc.), 34 t.yjr, 42 t. Is (2 7 t. 40-66), etc.; — 1. as n.pr.m. Gn 2 5 s * + 205 1. ( + Onia**, pn£ 1 9 t.) ; also '»! JV3 of people (v. IV3 5 d (y)), 'yvja (v. r? 1 j (£)), '»: BlJ (v. jnj 4f ), i>: flf (v. ???), etc. 2. as n.pr. gent. (c. 100 t.; poet, and proph.) Nu 24 619 Dt 32" ^ 44 s Is io 21 iV 4 Jeio B 3O 7 + ;||^nfe':Nu23 7 Dt33 10 Isi4 1 ^ 1 4 7 + c. 3 5 t. ; specif, of N. Isr. Am 7" Ho 1 2 13 (+10" 12 s prob., v. Now), Mi 1" Is 9'; of Judah Mi 3 18 Ob 10 Is 65' Mai 2 12 + al. post- exilic; T. [is? v. p«? ; t'v: b<* + 1 46 s , i>: *b& + 11 Si ;"!):'$$ 2S23 I Is2 s =Mi 4 2 -f-9t.'ff, + ^ 2 4 6 ('V! '« for MT T. alone), so © @ 93 Ew

Hup Bae We Che al. ; read 'V! '« also prob. 
S 23 s1 (for & 'K, || ty i») 33 HPS ; TC ennp 

Is 2 9 a (|| ^ '«); IE ^» 41 21 (II nw).— On afep v. esp. Dr •*"*' in Hastings "*- 1 '"'-"- 62 '"'-. , .< Ti"Dp3^ n.pr.m. Simeonite 1 Ch 4 s6 Inna&a, A laicaPa, @L lf«|3a. f I. [*7p^] vo- bind (NH id-., bind bent limbs together; Ar. jJLc tie, tie fast; Eth. 0<P£l Syr. jxli. and esp. u>aJL bend, twist; $1pJJ as NH,"also kneel, cf. Chr. Pal., Schwally"""- 71 ); — Qal Impf. pnr-nK IPS?!! Gn 2 2 9 . "7PJ7 n.[m.] 1 binding, cf. Dft? '» JV3. II. "Tpy (/of foil.; usu. identif. with I, whence 1pJ> striped with bands, hut dubious ; Lag BN31 vocalizes •/"'pV). tlpj? adj. striped, streaked; — of Jacob's goats and sheep ; as subst. "j? Gn 30 40 (coll.), pi. Wlpy. 3 1 8 - 8 ; pi. as attrib. 30 s5 - 3 ', pred. t[nj53>]n.f. f 55 4 v. piyp. 734. Tip]? ("/of foil.; cf. Ar. lii hinder). tnpy?3 n.[m.] parapet;— Dt 22 s .

OT1

t [7pJ/] vb. bend, twist (NH esp. in de- riv.; X in deriv.; Syr.^AS*. twist, in der. spec; Ar. JJLc 6mnj fnjjj> Is 27 t]py n.pr.m. in Edom ; — in Gn 3 6 27 , (i)oura^, = |P T $>' I Ch I 42 , Qrav, laaKav, etc. (v. Lag BN «*"■»•••• also Igfil and V '3 niK3). "Ipjf (-/offoll.; mng. dub.; cf. Aram. «"$?, 1 ;' n ■>.' roo< ; Eth. Oif'C: medicine; Ar. vb. appar. denom. jlc extirpate, Z ">P5| J<2.,- NH lp_y=BH). f 1. ~^py n.m. offshoot, member (? from root); — cstr. 15 nnBE>0 'V Lv 23 47 a member of a sojourner s family. I ["^pyj vb. denom. pluck or root up ; — Qal Inf. cstr. 1^PJ& c. ace. Ec 3" (opp. V03). Niph. Impf. 3 fs. ipyn pipy Zp 2 4 (word-play). Tljpy vb. Pi. denom. (from ipV or other like word = (root-sinew), hamstring); — ham- string horses (on Arab, funeral usage, with camel and horse v. ye H ' ,,d ■ 2 • ,81 ): Pf. 3 ms. '» Jos 1 1', Impf. 3 ms.liSSn 2 S8 4 = 1 Ch 18 4 , 2 ms. "WJ Jos 11 6 all c. ace.'; Pf. 3 mpl. ite> 11]?? Gn 49 s they hamstrung an ox. t IP* 4 adj . barren;— 'V of male Dt 7 14 , !T)j5}| of female v 14 (mankind and beasts), Ex 23" (E ; female); elsewhere of women Gn n 30 25 21 29 31 (all J), Ju i 3 2s 1 S2 S Jb 24 2, f 1 13 9 (nipj) cstr.); of personif. Zion Is 54 1 . < f n. ~pV n.pr.m. in Judah 1 Ch 2 17 , A«op, Uap. Tpy n.m. scorpion (appar. quadrilit.; NH id.; As.akrabu; Eth.O^d-d: ; Ar. CJjis-; X N?1P3?) ;— abs. 31p? Dt 8 15 (coll. ; of wilderness), pi. D"3ipS Ez 2 6 (fig. of enemies); 1»3 -B) 1 K I2 lll4 =2 Ch io"- 14 , i.e. scourges with points, stings.— Vid. also n^ipy nbyp. lilpj? n.pr.loc. Ekron, Axicapuv (in As. AmkarruZi COT GlM * ) Dl p * 289 who prop. pli?5?); — Philistine city, one of the famous five, Am i 8 Jos 1 3 3 (D) + 4 t. Jos ( P), Ju 1 18 1 S 5 10 - 10 + 5 t. 1 S ; 2 K i 2 - 3 - 6 - 16 Je 25 20 Zp 2 4 Zc 9 57 ; mod.' Akir B^BBi-znir. GASm'""-" Buhl"""' 187 '. t^Jilpy adj. gent, of foregoing, c. art.= subst.the^W5m<e Jos 1 3 3 (D) ; pi. D^ipy.1 1S5 10 . 3 b tttes?

y^vo t L^'p^] vb. twist (NH i& (rare)) ;— Wiph. />«' cstr. DJB'VJ Efc?3 Pr 28 18 one crooked in ways ( < pi., cf. Toy). Pi. Pf. 3 pi. Dn5 *B*i3J) Is 59 s their paths they have twisted. Impf 3 mpl. &%T. Mi 3 9 all that is straight they make crooked; Pt V3"n tfggO Prio 9 (cf. Nipb.). Hiph. Impf. ^i???! Jb 9 20 (Ges* 63 ") Ae /ta<A declared me crooked, devious (in life). ■f 1. tTjpy adj . twisted, perverted ; — abs. bh^nW 'V "iV* Dt 32 s a generation twisted and crooked, 'V 33;> ^ 101 4 ; as n.m. (of one devious in life) the perverted 2 S 2 2 27 = ^ 18 27 , Pr 22 s , of things 8 8 ; cstr. B*3T^ 'y 2 8 6 , Vnsfc> 'V 19 1 , 3.?"^? 17 20 ; pi. D , ?'l'pV D^DiT)? 2 U whose ways are twisted; cstr. S^e'lpy h** f 11. ttjjpy n.pr.m. a Tekoan 2 S 23 26 = 1 Ch II 28 , I Ch 27 s ; Eiaxa, Ekkis, etc. T nitTiPi^ n.f. crookedness : — cstr. HS 'V crookedness of mouth Pr 4 24 6 12 (cf. t^ifiV 1 9 1 )- t [tZJpV^] n.[m. J twisted, crooked place; — pi. D'tfpyD Is 42 16 (opp.^^t?). f 1. ~^V n.pr.loc. in Moab, S. of Arnon (Up Nu 21' 5 , elsewhere chiefly Aporjp); — 'y Nu 21 15 Dt2 9.i8.». 3 xi» ny NU21 28 Is 1 5 1 ; — usually interpreted as capital city p? = I'V) of Moab (DHM ZMa "" 11(1883)M8 cp. Sab. ny /orti- fied height, cf. Mordtm HlmlMChr!!9 Hal iu SEb - 1M , so Ar. j£, dial, of Yemen); Buhl G<M « rM8f - thinks name of district S. of Arnon. tn.iy n.m. only 2 t,: ^ 1 S 28 16 (v. Dr); rd. 1]JV </im« adversary Klo HPS (al. as altern. with foil.) >1}H Dy @ <S 3: Th Bu Kit(?) al.; TVi + 139 20 is very dub.; Hup f^f, 01 Che al. I^.p ; Bae leaves untranslated. "V? v. I. TW. I. 21^ (•/offoll.; prob. *:nymta;; NH 3iy jnta;; so X Pa. (oft.), Syr. olx mix (rarely, in der. forms), Jioi£ mixture). < fi. —~}y a.m.. Kl I2 - ** mixture, mixed com- pany ; — heterogeneous body attached to a peo- ple; toIsraelExi2 38 (E),Nei3 3 ; to Egyptians Je25 so (93 joins to v ,9 ,so Gie); to Chaldeans 50 37 ; in Je 25* del. 3Tyn . ... TWO as doublet (so Gie, cf. ©); in 1 K io 16 rd. 3T*$ (as || 2 Ch 9", bo Benz Kit al.); Ez 30 6 rd. prob. id. (Co). . y^y n.[m.] woof (as mixed, interwoven, with warp); — Lvi3 48 +8t. 13 (all opp. Tie* warp), cf. G-FM™ 81889 -"""". my n.m. Bl * " prob. swarm (mixture, from T 9 * incessant, involved motion; Lag BN112 doubts); — of plague of stinging flies, coming in a swarm (v. Di *•) Ex 8 17 " + 5 1. 8 (J), + 78" I05 3 '. ■(■II. "DTj/ vb. take on pledge, give in pledge, exchange (NH go surety for (rare); Ph. 3"iy surety; OAram. Naiy pledge ; % 3Ty, Syr. ovi», go surety for; usu. identified with I. 3"iy — mix, exchange, pledge — but quite un- certain ; cf. Buhl Lex Lag BN ™) ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'y Gn 44 32 + 4 t.; 2 ms. rony Pr 6 1 ; Impf. 1 s. sf. 133-p Gn 4 3 9 ; Imv. 3^ V "9 m , sf. "??"!V Is 38 14 , so Jb 17 3 (but v. infr.); Inf. cstr. &$ Ez 27'; Pt. 3"Vy Pr 17 18 , etc.; — 1. c. ace. pers. take on pledge, i. e. go surety for the safety of, Gn 43 9 (J), 44 32 (J; 4-OJH? pers.); for the debts of Pru 15 20 16 27 13 ; of God L338 14 go surety for me,, ^ 1 19 125 , so Jb 17 3 (si vera 1., v. Ji3"iy); ace. pers. om., ? 'V Pr 6 1 go surety to one (in behalf of another, TJ3 1J? Vpn); c. ace. rei Pr22 26 (|| s ) 3 ~ , J?iP). ' 2. give in pledge, c. ace. rei Ne 5 s (i. e. mortgage), fig. topVIK 'V Je 3c- 21 so tflJH 'P.?? n ?").J! 1> Pr 1 7 18 (|| «|3 rety. 3. «e- change (in trade), c. ace. cogn. ?]3"iyD Ez 2 7 9 - 27 . Hithp. 1. recipr.: 7w»v. "^"nXi S3 2$in 2Ki8 ffl exchange pledges (make a bargain) with my lord = Is 36 s . 2. a. have fellowship •with, 3 pers., P/. 3 pi. '3")ynn Ezr 9 2 ; imp/. 3 mpl. '3")yri^ yj, 106 35 ; 2 ms. 3nynn c. !> pers. Pr 20 19 , c. Dy pers. 24 21 . b. share in, 3 rei, 3 ms. 3iy)V Pr 14 10 in his joy no other shares. TX2r$ n.f. thing exchanged, pledge, token; — sf. ECtQS j B i 7 18 =a token from them, i. e. response, token of welfare, Th Dr al. ; abs. as ace. cogn. 'V 31^ Pr 17 18 give a pledge. tpnny n.[m.] pledge;— 1) £0 give a pledge Gn 38 17 18 , T> ngb v 20 (all J), rec«iw (back) a pledge (when condition is fulfilled). — Jb 1 7 3 rd. perh. "jfrfl? (for MT 'nny), as obj. of no'B> se< wiy pledge (a surety for me), so Beer Bu al. fi. [TIlTO] n.m. usu. coll. articles of ex- change, merchandise (only of Tyre, EZ27); — Sf. 1?3» v 13.17.19.25.27 ».34. ftg ^ CQgn Q ^ v 9 - 27 ; pi, sf. ISTpJC v 38 perh. thy (diverse) wares (DHM VOJ '"" a894, •* prop., ingeniously, meaning imports, deriving fr.V. 3"iy enter, but improb.). t[i"Q"Wn] n.f. pledge; — only pi. in phr. rftnjJKJ gji 2 K 14" i. e. hostages =2 Ch 25". •fill. [3^] vb. be sweet, pleasing (NH id. (rare); Hiph. Impf. unjr Ecclus40 21 ; X 3n| adj. feasant, sweet);— Qal P/. 3 fs. fl3")y Je 3 1 36 my sleep was sweet to me (y), IJJJt? '5J1 consec. Pr 3*; of offering '^ '» »6 Mai 3 4 ; 2 fs. rOTy Ez 16 37 c. '5? pers., to whom thou wast 2>ieaing; 3 pi. y" W$ l6 Je 6 20 (of sacrif.); /wip/. 3 ms. Wfc lyy ry£ ^ 104 34 Zei my medi- tation be pleasing unto him ! 3 fs. 3 31V.JJI Pr 1 3 19 (of realized wish); 3 mpl. tf»OTR *6 Ho 9 4 (of sacrifice ; but Kue Che We GASm Now read OTC). tl">^ adj. sweet, pleasant;—*^ ')} -ipe> nn!? p r 20 17 ; 'y i£fy Ct 2 14 . iv AT -.-v > IV. 21^ (/of foil.; poss. be arid j Thes cp. Eth. Ofld; 6« arid, sterile, so Baentsch Dle wa "° 0888). n but dub- . Syr. Uti = BH ; At. iSjZft n.pr. of depression S. of Dead Sea). "2"^ n.[m.] desert -plateau, steppe (cf. Che I»tr.I..lfflJ._ 3TJJ3 3-JJJ3 ( s i vera 1.) I s 2 1 13.13 m <ta siqope (of what we know as N. Arabia); but in v" Vrss Lo Che Gu to al. 3TJ>3 in the evening. "HIl*^ n. gent, of foregoing, steppe- dweller-— Is 13 20 ; -a-it?? ^Tyj Je 3 2 . t^V n.pr. gent. coll. steppe-dwellers of N. Arabia (Wetzst ZV6,keri " ,ch:,,,1M3 '-; extended later (so Herod "•" etc.) to whole peninsula, cf. Ar. JjpiJI <Ae^ra6«,Beduwy ^e^eopte, Doughty An*.v~*u.i.m. Sab. pro, my, a^yNCiS"- 1 '- 123 , As. Aribu, Arubu, Arabi, people in N. Arabia, D1 P.29St.304f. COT J,26,M. alg0 Uroi J)l P.SOBf. of nomad ' Arab ' tribes);— -Q-IB3 O^m 'V ^ Je 25" (V. 1. 3ny), 2 Ch 9" +|| iK 10 15 (v. id.)', 'y also Ez 27 21 + 30 s (v. id.); v. esp. No Ar * bl *in Ency. Bib. tMIJ? adj. gent. Arabian (in strictly ethnographic sense, No'"-); — 'Vn as subst. Ne 2 19 Geshem the Arabian, so 6 1 ; pi. D'myn Ne 4 1 2 Ch 2i 16 22 1 ; also (written as NH) D"3nyn 2 6- (Qr D^lSn), and even B*»y$n 17". I. n^">V n.f. desert-plain, steppe ; — abs. 'y t*Y+?A W&$ Is 5 1 3 ; pi. rrtarjjj Jes 6 f 68 5 , cstr.nin-]y 2X25'+, niriy Je52 8 ;— 1. earliest use : a. arid steppe W. of Dead Sea (in S. Judah) i S 2 3 s4 , also Ez 4 7 s Is 5 1 3 , whence

my name 'yn 0) Jos 3 16 (JE || n^Qn a% also 2X14" Dt 4 49 ,,and (||«.) 3 17 Josi2 3 (D); nanyn bm Am 6' 4 must be E. of Dead Sea, si vera 1., but rd. prob. Wyp? ' 3 v. 703 . b. Jordan-valley W. of river + adjacent plain ; near ford (opp. Jericho) 2 S 2 M , cf. Jos8 14 (JE); also Dt n 30 2 K 25 4 = Je 39 4 = 52 7 ;— 2S15 29 17 16 v. n-JDy, C. Jordan-valley E. of river 2 S 4 7 . 2. in D : a. esp. of E. Jordan plain Dt 1 ' (prob.) Jos 1 2°, E. half of Jordan-valley Dt3 17 4 49 ; of entire Jordan-valley (between r>13? and Dead Sea, mod. El-Glwr, the Dejyression) Dt 1" Jos 1 i 2 ' 16 ; "W. Jordan plain only Josi2 8 ; depression S. of Dead Sea (mod. Wady el-'Arabah) Dt 2 s . 3. in P always pi. cstr. 3ND rt3"JB (E. Jordan) Nu 22'+ 1 it. (v. 3W»); totSJ 'V (W. Jordan) Jos 4 13 5 10 , also 2 K 25 s = Je 39 5 = 52 s . 4. appar. N. Arabian desert Is 40 3 41 19 . 5, in gen. the steppe (oft. IP?"]?), Je 17 6 50 12 Is 33 s 35 16 Jb2 4 6 39 6 ^68 5 ; tf3TJJ 3g] Je5 6 (fig. of invader); cf. description of Exodus '1?"jy JO? nratJ*! Je 2 6 ; in sim., of &j>lain, of future land of JudahZci4 10 .— Vid.Dr ml ' 1 * nd " !ff - Buhl -^" 1 . iniiy v. rmyn rva. • T : - t t-: t V. 3™),J/ (-/of foil.; cf. As. erebu, enter, go in; ereb samsi, sunset; Ar. vl>lc set (dis- tinct fr. c_j!c depart, = Sab. 3ly withdraw, ace. to DHM Epl « rD « n, ' m - 27 ), ^Jkplace of sunset, west; Sab. D3"iyO, ^nyo [not y!] west, western, CIS w.p.189 DHM lc -; Eth. OCCll set (of heavenly bodies), so Syr. o£x; )fco>o;_v evening (Lag »*"'•); Zinj. 3-iyo west; NH 2% = BH. Hence also Ev/xotitj, Europe, Lewy Fre '*""*- 139 ).

  • W n.Tni. 1S20' del. rvsrbtfn v . We

Dr al.] (sun)set, evening; — abs. 'y 2 K 2 16 +, 3iy Exi2 18 + ; cstr. any Pr 7 9 ; du. I»"JS Ex 30 8 + 4 t., B>|- i2 16 +5t. (all P);— 1. a. 'even- ing, orig. sunset, and hence perh. 'V ny? at the time of sxmset tGn 8 U (J), 24" (J ; || rki nyi> nbKE'n), 2 S 1 1 2 Is 17" and (of the day of "») Zc 14 7 , 'yn ny Jos 8 M (JE)t ; usu. 'y alone = (i'm« of sunset, evening : 'y? in the evening Gn 19 1 (J), 2 9 23 (E), Ex I2 I8 (P), Dt 16 6 ( + K13? E*»B'), 1 K 2 2 35 (cf. || 2 Ch 1 8 s4 where + N13 nyS B*D^n) + 20 t. + 'V3(-)ya 2 Ch 13" 1 ' = every evening; 'V? at evening only late : ti Ch 16 40 23 30 2Ch2 3 Ezr 3 3 V'59 71 " 90 6 Ecn 6 t; 'yniisb at the turn of evening tGn 24 s3 (J), Dt 23 12 ; 'y as adv. ace. Eci6 6 (P), ^ 55 18 ; as marking duration of impurity, in phr. 'yrny Lv 1 1 24 + 30 1. P + Lv 2 2 6 (H); of Day of Atonement '*» 3 e 2 yvf

iny 23 s2 (P). b. du. in phrase (only P) p3 D?3"iyri between the two evenings, i. e. prob. between sunset and dark (v. Thes [various views fully given] ; otherwise Di s,u, °; on form as poss. only expanded pi. v. Ges' 880 ), tEx i a 8 16 11 29 s * 41 30 8 Lv 23 s Nu 9 3 - 511 28 48 t. c. other phrases are : m *$( Je 6* (dist. fr. D^njj and ?M v 5 ), 'V(n) nrOD t2Ki6 15 Ezrp 4 ' ^ i4i 2 Dn 9 2l t; 'V^} v. 1. 3K|; for all corn- bin, with 1J53 morning, v. '3 1 d, e. 2. (late V oet.) = night, 3"$ Jb7 4 ; cf. Dt» 3"$3 H$3 p r f (|| nbssi r6^> lit^N?). t Hry] vb. denom. become evening ; grow dark (?);— Qal Inf. cstr. 3hy£ Hfcl ns"J Ju 19 9 , but rd. prob. SJfi? Di>n HBJ ®L GFM ; i 3 / 3 fs. fig. '"91V Is 24 11 all joy has grown dark, but rd. n "3?y /(as passed away Lo Gr Perles *"■■ 91 Che HpV al. Hiph. Inf. abs. D3fn ^Ul 1 ! 1 S 1 "j lf, doing it at morning and at evening. in. y^y^ n. [m.] west (late) (place of suns«<); — ninpo (=33-, cf. De Ges* 9 ") Is 45 s from its setting-place (opp. B'OETnitpD) ; "jsno opp. rn]p also 43 s 59 19 ^ 103 12 107 3 , so '$ westward 1CI17 28 i2 ,6 (van d. H. v 15 ), 26 1618 ; 'D opp. «5fiO f 75'; 3-ipn-ftp (alone) Dn 8 5 ; c. n loc. '"I3"iy0 1 Ch 26 30 westward, sq. ? = <o </»«  we*« of 2 CY132 30 33 14 , nyaa^ 'BO J U 20 33 ace. to © (not B) 9J Be GFM al. (v. ["15(0]). Vl.yy (/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^>Jk be black, v>Lc crow (raven, rook, etc.); As.dribu, eribu; Aram. (_3>olx. t<3"i^y , all crow, raven). tyty n.m. 'raven;— 'ynGn8 7 (J),Lv ii' s (H) = Dti 4 14 Jb38 41 ; 3Tiy3 Cts" black as the raven; 31JJ 'JIl ^147° young ravens ; pi. abs. D^lVn t K i7 4 -«; cstr. bra-Q-ty p r 30 17 . fn. [nilV] n-[f.] poplar (populus Eu- phratica = Ar. 1^ We in De "'"' 88 Kersten zrvii.ai» I)e i.w«.«L ow p.300Anm.. NH nnnjj; ./ob- scure);— pi. abs. 0?$r , .^>J? D , 31 T J!I T 8 44 4 , cf.

  • 137 5 ; cstr. ^nrn-iy Lv 23 40 (H), Jb 40";

D, 3~)$; n ~' , 0? Is 1 5 7 (a wady in Moab ; identifica- tion dub., v. conjectures in Buhl°" og;r - 124 ). t P*"^] vb. long for (cf. Ar. ' 'Js. ascend, 11. bend, incline toward (,J-c); ^t_S high, ele- vated; Eth.OCl: ascend; NH ™rty=BH);— Qal Impf. 3 fs. 3ij?ri ^ 42' (of stag, c. /J rei in eim.) ; c. ??, of longing for God v s (subj. 'B^B?), so 3'njJPI Jo 1 s0 (of beasts, craving water). rmjr T [n^iy] n.f. garden terraoe or bed ; — cstr. Bfekn T'Xl Ct 5 13 bed of balsam (aim.) ; pi. cstr. 'an nSaiJl 6 2 , ayB» 'V EZ17 7 i.e. where the vine was planted, HPIDX Ding v 10 (all fig.). f 1. T$8 n.pr.loc. Can. city in the Negeb, Kpab (Egypt, 'a-ru-dd WMM A "- "■ Eur - 168 ' 17 °) ;— Ju i 16 , '5n!?D Nu2i l (JE)=33 40 , Josi2 14 (D, A(i)pad, A ®L Afiip); prob. mod. Tel Arad, i6 miles S. of Hebron; cf. GFM ,u1 - 16 Buhl "* 1 - I8J . f 11. "PJ* n.pr.m. Benjamite 1 Ch 8 15 , Qpijp, A Apw8, ®L Apa8. t [l"7"1^] vb. be naked, bare (Ar. i^c be naked ; Pli. my [Pi.] foy 6are (cf. Bloch Lzb); As. Uru, nakedness, also desert waste (cf. [iTJV] infr.) Jagei BAS "- 283 and reff.; NH nny. =BH, % K$T?; Syr. |i'cuix in Lexx); — Pi. P/. 3 ms. mj Is 22 6 Zp2 14 ; imp/ 3 ms. rrjy^ Is 3 17 ; 3fs.iyniGii24 20 ; 2 ms. juss.iyn^i4i 8 ; 3inpl. yyP 2 Ch 24 11 ; Imv. mpl. h| ^137"; Inf. abs. ni^y Hb3. 1 *(Ges» m,, )j— 1. Zay bare Is3 17 22 6 Zp2 14 (indef. subj.); of laying foundations bare, i.e. tearing down walls, etc. Hb 3 13 (yet on text v. Now), abs. VTtf V1J? yf, 137 77 . 2. Zoy bare by removing contents, empty, water-jar Gn24 a> (J; + 7N loc), chest 2 Ch 24". 3. pour out, «0BJ nyn-bs ^ 1 4 i 8 (i.e. slay). Hiph. P/. 3 ms. "TJffl • 1« w ^* naked, of sexual offences Lv 20' 819 (both || n^3). 2. pour out, Ttjfr '^ iB>a: Is 53 12 (fig. for siay, cf. Qal 3). Niph. pass, of Hipb. 2 : 3 ms. nn «by nnris 3 2 15 (fig.) until there be poured upon us a spirit from on high. Hithp. 1. Impf. 2 fs. "nynn La 4 2 ' </tow sAafe wioie thyself naked (of Edom under fig. of drunken woman). 2. Pt. ITiyrip if, 37 s5 usu. pouring himself, i.e. spread- ing himself out like a tree (Bae doubts ; Du "ly 1 ! 10 lifting himself up, cf. ®). "("[my] n.f. bare place;— pi. n*ny Is 19 7 (si vera interpr. ; > ® ax(t )', Ki Saad reeds). nliy n. f. nakedness, pudenda ; — abs. 'y Ex 28 42 Lv 18 6 ; usu. cstr. VtTg Gn g t2 + , sf. inny Ex2o 23 (Ginsb),Lvi8 10 ; WJf Is 4 7 s +; in- Lv 20 17 , nri. 1 8 7 + ; sf. 3 fpl. rnny v 9 - 10 ;— 1. pudenda, of man, 'y HKT implying shameful ex- posure Gn 9 22,23 (J); mostly of woman : fig. of Jerus. (c. n^O) La i 8 Ez 16 s7 ; usu. c. rbi : lit. 'y nT»5ri i.e. be exposed to view Ex 20 23 (Ginsb ; van d. H. v 26 ; E), so, as shameful punishment, rm»

T» fig. of Egypt Is 2 o 4 (gloss ace. to Du Che Di-Kit), Bab. 47 3 , of Jerus. Ez 16 s7 23 1029 (TM Ttflgl all three obj. of act. vb.); chiefly euphem. for cohabit., 'V nb Lv i8 6 + (v. n^J Pi. 1 a); fig. of Jerus. (vb. pass.) Ez 16 3 *; 'J? i">N"l in same meaning Lv 20 1 ' 17 (H ; of both sexes) ; 'y also i8 81<U6 (H); 'y HB? cover nakedness Gn 9 23 (J), Ex 28" (P ; 'V -»'B>3), Ho 2" (fig. of Isr.), Ez 16 8 (of Jerus.); reviling words are 1J3X "S nt2>3? 1 S2o 30 (cf.Doughty Ar » bI)M " ,m1 - 269 ). %."$] nvny nakedness of a thing, i.e. prob. indecency, im- proper behaviour Dt 23 15 24 1 (v. Dr). 3. fig. H? 1 ? '» Gn42 91J (E), i.e. its exposed, unde- fended parts (Ar. iTlc). Tn^iy n.f. nakedness; — alw. abs. 'y ; — )"IB>3~'y Mi 1" (in) nakedness, (in) shame (fig. of town Shaphir); of Jerus. 'V D^IJJ Ez 16" +3 t. (v. DTy sub II. my); of bow' Hb 3 9 (v. II. my).

  • [f^?l ^V? »•["»•] bare, naked place

(hence MapaB&v, Marathon, ace. to Lewy Fren,dw - 144 ); — 1. bare place, or space: cstr. jnjvnyBD Ju 20 33 6are (open) space of Geba' (si vera 1.; but v. 11. 3"iyo) ; B*»r-18PJ 1 K 7 M according to the clear space on each (plate, v. Dv). 2. sf. 'niVP Na 3 5 fig. of Nineveh {pudenda exposed in shameful punishment; cf. ^Jljf). tn"Vy?3 n. pr. loc. in Judah Jos 15 s9 , MayapaS, A ®L Ma(a)pa>6. tiyn n.m. y62 ' 4 and (Is 7 20 ) f. razor, sheath; — 1. a. razor, abs.'D3 njw Isj 20 (fig.); subj. of «Mr^8 -ny; t6 Nu 6 6 , obj. of its "^yn

7 (P), cf. cstr. rj^sn 'n Ez 5 1 ; abs. Bfc£o 'na 

^52 4 (sim. of tongue), b. cstr.lBBn'n Je36 23 = penknife. 2. slieath, always sf. of sword : PHVna 2 S 20 8 ; of drawing sword, 'fit? *£?' 1 S i 7 »/"np tOtfn Ez 2 1 810 , Til? t«n v 9 ; of sheath- ing, WIB^S *?9*S Je 4 7 6 ; ^n^K 3^3 E z 2 1 85 - TTmS? n.[m.] wild ass (prob. Aram, loan- word ( = Heb. *".?), 3: KTiy, «"lil5? ; Syr. tf £x; Mand. NltOH, cf. Horn* 8 " 3 );— Jb 39 s . t"^T™) ( y vb. arrange or set in order (NH id.; also roll dough, X ^n$| id.; Ph. naiy CIS* ™'* valuation, Bloch, but dub. ; Ar. ajte ill. contend in battle, isJIjL., ISjjtJ. battle- ground); — Qal P/. 3 ms. 'y Jb 32 14 2 Ch 13 3 , 'yi consec. Lv i 12 6 5 ; W^ Nu23 4 + , etc.; Zmp/. 3 ms. Tig! Ex2 7 21 '+, etc.; /ran. nan); Jb 33 »"!» Je46 s 5o 14 ; 7m/. a6*. ?fiy L321 6 ; c«<r. *pj[ Ju 2o 22 +; Pt. act. pi. D'aiy IS65 11 , etc.; pass, ^Viy J e 6 2:, + , cstr. Ipny. Jo 2 6 , etc.; — not in D ; — 1. a. arrange in order, seven altars Nu 2 3 4 , i.e. I have built seven altars in a row (cf. fU3 v 1 ), flax-stalks Jos 2" (both JE); esp. b. set or lay in order, as wood Gn22 9 (E),

K 18 33 , cf. Tophet Is 30 33 , Lv i 7 ; offerings Lv 

i 812 6 5 ; lamp(s) EX27 21 Lv2 4 3 - 4 (all P),lamp(fig. of dynasty) yjf 1 3 2 17 ; 'she w '-bread Ex 4o 4 ' 23 (upon pV] sacred fn^ ; both c. ace. cogn.), Lv 24 8 (P). C. in common life (cf. RS 8 « ml - im - a, "" ,da > '), ar- range a table (i. e. dishes in order upon it), jnpB* Is 21 s Pr 9 2 (fig. of wisdom), Ez 23 41 (of Jerus. in fig.); 1// 23 s 78 19 (fig.; subj. God); in idolatr. worship Is 65". d. arrange a battle, i. e. draw up in battle order, nenpo 'y Ju 20 s2 1 S 1 7 8

S io 8 = 1 Ch i 9 9 , 1 Ch'i2» (van d. H. v M ), 

2Chi 4 9 , nori^o 'any 1 Chi 2 s436 (van d. H. v 33 - 35 ); "O ^nj) Jo 2 5 ; +n« with, i.e. against Ju 2o !0 Gn 14 8 , D? 2 Ch 13 3 ; +WO$ 1 S 17 2 1 Ch I9 17 "; njnpb nanyo 'y 1 S 17 21 ; t^so V**8 nenjjisfc J e 6 23 50 42 ;' obj. om. Ju 20 2233 , +ri*$? 1 S 4 2 2 S io 910 = 1 Ch 19 1011 , 2 S io 17 ; + $«  against Ju 20 30 Je 50 14 1 Ch 19 17 *, ? against Je 50 9 ;— Jb 6 4 read Way? Di Bu Du. e. arrange weapons of army in order for battle Je 46 3 > 1 Ch 1 2 9 (van d. H. v 8 ). f. arrange words (P?D) Jb 32 14 (+ -^ against), so (obj. om.) 33 s ( + '???), 37" ^5* (prob.; > of arranging a sacrifice); cf. recount things in order, y n?"iy' Is 44 7 . g. state in order, set forth a legal case Jb 13 18 23 4 , so prob. (obj. om.) of God 1// 50 21 ( + TJEfhi » nd (Pass, of nna) 2 S 23 s (cf. Dr).— T^E* Ipjrn Jb 3 6 19 is difficult: Di will he set thy cry (i$V) in order I Bi (for *6) b T? !fS£n shall thy cry be set in order unto him 1 (sense good, although Nipli. not found) ; v. al. in Di. 2. a. compare (as result of arranging in order): "ip-'yn niDVnp IS40 18 what likeness will ye compare to him 1 1 yK ipy f*X j, 40 6 . b. intrans. be comparable, c. p, ^ 89 7 (|| HOT), c. sf. of thing compared Jb 28 1719 . J")_y 83 n.m. Lr "■ 25 order, row, estimate; — cstr. 'y Ju 17 10 Ex 40 23 ; sf. 'any f 55", laiy Lv 5 15 + , etc. ;— 1. order, row, DHJa 'y Ju IJ M a (complete) suit ofclotltes (laid out in order), © B 0T0X17K l/iar&iy; Ctn? 'V Ex 40 23 i.e. loaves arranged in a row, so 'y alone v 4 (P); taiy Jb 4 1 4 his symmetry (v. PC sub pn). 2. estimate, valuation, made by ordering, classifying : E^X "P*

iSiya 2 K 23 s5 ; in 12 5 read fj? (for MT 131V) money of a man's valvation © Benz Kit, and prob. del. 131? HiB'B? f|D3 (?'J my '3 Kit) as gloss (Sta ZAW "' (I885) - ai8t ); *$"}$? f 55 14 amanacc. to my valuation, fig. for »iy equal; elsewhere P, of priest's valuation of trespass-offering Lv 5 lil9a , vows, and redemption-money 2'j i - 3 - 3A + i7t. 27 (IIIV *103 v 1519 , 1fiJ?n np3» v 23 [del. n], cf. v 2 " [del. «*.]), Nui8 16 .— Jb28 13 read ns-n © Di al. T["r["1J?] vb. denoni. Hiph. value (for taxation), T tax (from T$l 2);— Pf. 3 ms. V!%} H-?'?"'" 1 ? 2 K 23 s5 ; in P, 'PHI consec, c. ace. pers. Lv 27 s - 12 c. sf. v 14 ; Imp/, 1PT$ v 14 ; sf. tta^Jf v 8 . TL^JiypJ n.[m.] arrangement; — pi. cstr. 3T , 3"]5?P Pri6' to man belong arrangements (plans) of the mind (cf. 3? 3). T !"D~y?D n.f. row, rank, battle-line ; — t t": - . a. 'd battle-line 1 S 4 2121616 ; 1W pfl 17 22 and he ran to the battle-line, so v 28 (on ref. here to Isr.'s line cf. HPS), '0 riKipi> 'D v 21 ; '» T^» 1 Ch 12 39 (van d. H. v 38 ); nearly = battle Wm 'Qn-^K Ktfn 1 S if. b. pi. ra7Wb=army; cstr. 'fe* nisiyn 1 Si7 10 - 45 , "h* nbiyo v 8 ; '» D»n D'n^K v 26 - 36 ; D'Jjl^B 'D 23 s and 17 s3 Qr, so © A (v. om. B) S3 S ;' sg. ©L Kt nnjm). . nanjTBn nil?. Ex 39 s7 7-arops 0/ </te row, i.e. arranged in a row. TrO^JMD n.f. row, line; — only of the rows of ' shew '-bread ; abs. 'o Lv 24', l"OiyD v 6 (P); elsewh. Chr: 'BH Dr6 1 Cho 82 23 29 *Ne 10 34 , 'an jnf»ef 2Ch2 9 18 , cf. iCh28 16 ; cstr. E$ n?7!J?P 2 Ch 1 3"</i« row of bread, so TOfl'D 2 3 <A« row 0/ continuity, bread continually pre- sent in rows ; pi. abs. n^S'JVP 0]n$ Lv 24 s . ' 'V ( Vof foil. ; meaning dub. ; cf. Ar. iJtc foreskin ; Aram. KT^TW, J L'ci^ » ox ; NH = BH ; also Egypt. karnaOd Brugsch Xz 1876 - 128 Krall SB d,r Wiener Ak., hUt.- phll. CI. civl (1888), 659 f. PO^V^n.f. foreskin;— ']) Gn34 14 Je 9 s4 ; cstr. rtjrtH Ex 4 M Dt io 16 , etc.; pi. niinvn (not $) Jo8 5 3 (Ko"-'. 158 ); cstr. tfin» Je 4'+ 2 t.; Q'TD^V 1 8 1 8 s7 ;— foreskin 1 S 18 2627 2 S 3", cf. nl^TJjn nV33 Jos 5 3 AtH o/i!/te foreskins, near Gilgal ; of circumcision, 'y ma Ex 4 25 (J), T I'B'I Gn 1 7" + 5 t. P (v. II. ^D), IB* B*K '» *£ Gn34" (P), i.e. one uncircumcised; cf. per© Je9 24 ; fig. of fruit trees, inb"iy Lv i9 a (P; v. [h?]); fig. of heart, 33^ 'y Dt io 16 Je 4 4 . t[W] vb. denom. count as foreskin, i.e. as uncircumcised; — Qal Pf. 2 mpl., c. ace. cogn. inb"iy Drip-TJ?l Lv I9 23 ye shall regard its fruit as uncircumcised, and not eat it (for three years) ( > SS remove its foreskin (its fruit), as 23, cf. ® TTCpiKaOapitiTf rrjv aKadapaiav avrov). Niph. Imv. ?1Vn Hb 2 16 be counted uncircum- cised, i.e. be object of mockery ; but dub., read probably i>tfin reel (® @ We Now Buhl 10 "). T^y adj. having foreskin, i.e. uncir- •T 35 A cumcised ;— '5? Ex 1 2 48 + 5 1. ; cstr. TJjf Ez 44 9 - 9 ; ^ EX6 12 - 30 ; f. I^ngj j e 6 10 ; pi. D*^Qj Lv 19 23 + 20 1.; cstr. vTJ Je 9 s5 + 2 t.; — uncircumcised person Ex 1 2 48 Jos 5' (P), Philistines Ju 1 4 3 1 5 18 1S14 6 17 2636 31 4 2 Si 20 iChio 4 ; of other nations IS52 1 Je g 2b , esp. as slain Ez 28 10 31 18 32 I9 + 9 t. 32 ; in v 27 rd. D?iVO so Hi and most (v. on meaning Toy 31 ' 18 ); "I3T ?iy uncircumcised male Gn 1 7" (P); 1E>3 'J) Ez 44 79 uncircumcised of flesh/ fig. of fruit trees Lv 19 23 (cf. p!?] supr.); ETZ& "jl fig. of incapacity to speak Ex 6 1230 ; of character, 3^ 'y Je 9 25 Ez 44 7 - 9 , cf. h.VnD33bLv2 6 41 (P), DJ]K fibijj J e6 w their ear is uncircumcised (unreceptive). any, oh», Dins? v. 11. my. " ' T ' T f I. [D^] vb. Nipt, be heaped up (cf. Sab. WD-1JJN, pi. of [my] dam, so Ar. 'j£, cf. T)R - K zuaii*w».m: VOJ1.S5 who cp BH n ^ > Aj . lljlc (which Fra 135 thinks Aram, loan-word), cf. <pl±. Pa. Aeajs up; >-Wetzst Ze "* chr ' fllrKtl " >o1 - Kn.narr.DMMM) who cp . — 8trip [ whence fiDiy infr.], and thinks rimy— &are heap); — -P/. 3pl- D ' D! " 3 1J'? EX15 8 . TntUri^ n,f - he ap; — abs. 'y Bu 3 7 ; cstr. tVn% Hg2 16 Ct7 3 ; pi. ntony : abs. Ne i3 16 + , cstr. 3 34 ; abs. D'OI^ Je 50 26 ; — heap of rubbish (13V) Ne 3 34 ; 'y = ruin-heap Je 50 26 ; = grain- heap (of threshed grain, i_.tc unthreshed, ace. to Wetzst lc ), Hg 2 16 Ne 13" Eu 3 7 ; D'Bn 'V Ct 7 s ; of grain and fruit 2 Ch 3 i«-»-7-»-«. II. Qiy (Voi foil.; cf. Ar. y/ strip flesh from bone (to eatit),s<rtp leaves from trees (said of camels); V^e. bark of tree (stripped off)). TpQiy n.[m.] plane-tree (as stripped of bark);— 'v Gn^{3); pi. D^biy Ez 3 i 8 . yny

isny pyn Dt 7" + ; 2 fs. *#$B is 47 1J ; > s. p->y«  Jb 31 s4 , etc.; Inf. estr. p${ Is 2" + ;— 1. cause to tremble (i.e. strike with awe) c. ace. H? 1 ? Is 2 IM1 (subj. "»; ins. prob. also v 10 ); TJ? nj^l 'J!J? Jb 1 3 s3 wtft thou strike with awe the driven leaf? abs. cause trembling = inspire awe Is 47 12 (of Bab.), ty io 18 . 2. intrans. tremble, feel dread (D), Dt i 29 7" 20 3 31 8 Jos I 9 ; c. ace. Jb 31 s4 because / stood in awe of the great multi- tude. Niph. Ft. HJH i>« ^ 89 s .tfZ, tem'Me in the company of the holy ones (||T)i3). Hiph. 1. regard, or treat, with awe, as awful: 2 mpl. Wn$,TI i&) Is 8" (ace. it^O); 3 mpl. ?nji; 29 13 ace. 'fc* 'fPSTJW?. 2. inspire with aJT(cf. Qal2);— Pi.'sf. C®f$Q «*> Is 8 13 fte shall be your awe-inspirer. I^Viy] adj. dreadful (prop. Pt. pass.) cstr. D^O? r ,n 5'!? Jb 30 6 in the (most) dreadful of ravines. ty^y adj. awe-inspiring, terror-strik- ing ;— '/of ' ny n,3 3? J e 2o "; P 1 - M subst - D^'IV. J n bad sense of formidable adversaries, personal, Je 15 21 (|| DT!), Jb 6 23 (|l"W) f and national, * 54 5 (ll Dn 4), = T ""!$! 86 M (ll^!), 'V fiOL]Is29 5 (P3; esp. of Chaldeans Is 1 3", cstr. D^ia , S , 1V mo»< terrifying of the nations Ez 28' (l|BTi) 30" 31 12 (IJOni), 32 12 ; so (prob.) sg. PI? Is 4c; 26 (rd. 'y also for W* v 24 , so Lo Ew Che Gr al.); without specif, ref. DTTJf D?ia Is 25 s awe-inspiring nations (Du Che take J! as subst.), '» DTI v 4 (del. as gloss Di al.), 'V "Vq v 5 (del. verse as gloss Du Che) ; late, of wicked in gen., as ruthless '!> Van 'JTtO f 37 s5 / Aaws

  • em a wicked man ruthless/ as subst., Is 29 20

(lir!?), Jb 15 20 (Hjwh), pi- 27 ,3 (ll^-)> Pr" 16 ; rd. also (D , ) T " , "!y Is " 4 ( for MT H$i s0 Che Br" p DuGral.'(||y?n). Tn^y^ n.f. awful shook, crash; — Is io* 3 , of v s lopping off (tree-)erown (fig.). t [p"UH vb. gnaw (Ar. <_^c id.; Syr. osji. Pa.);—Qal p t . pi. n»V D^iyn Jb30 3 they who gnaw the dry (ground ; fig. of scanty subsist- ence); sf. TTfy v ir my gnawing (pains) do not sleep. T^jpiy adj. gent. Arkite, inhabitant of city •Arka (As. Arka COT 010 " DF' 282 , TelAm. Irkat(a), Egypt. Arkantu, cf. As. n.gent. Irka- natai COT '"--, Ency. Bib. 1810 );— only / J>n' as n.coll. Gn IO 17 , w 'Apouxaioi', = I Ch l 16 , A id., ®L top ApaK« : mod. 'Arka, near Mediterranean, c. 60 miles N. of Beirut (cf. Ency. Bib. 1 - ). I. "njf (./of foil.; on this [and not my] v. No M0 "'" (1 ™ l ' 4W Lag s,mm "- 91t ; cf. Palm. Nmyo sepulchre). TTXSfO n.f ■ cave ;— abs. '0 Gn 1 9 30 + ; cstr. 1-pyp 23 ,9 + ; pi. nn^rp Ju 6 2 + , cstr. irf. Is 2 19 ; — cai-e, esp. as place of sojourn or refuge Gn^J),! S24 3 - 3 - 7 - 810 (Ginsb; v 48911 vand.H. Baer), 1 K 19 113 , Ez 33" Jos io 16 (ITJgW '») + 7 t. Jos 10, Ju6 3 1 S 13 6 1 K18 413 , cf. V57 l 142 1 ; D'lV nhyp Is 2 19 , hence BT!t '» Je 7 11 robbers' cave; Is 32 14 dew (of wild beasts); — D^iy t> 1 S 22 1 2S23 13 , whence in || 1 Ch n 15 , rd. prob. 'y ni*» or m.SO We, cf. Dr, Bu Kit HPS;— as burial place, nSsatsn 'D Gn2 3 9 + (v. nbB3D)='D alone 2 3 »- WS0 49* M (& 11 P )- Ci'TiT? ">E>|!! '» Jos 13 4 (D), cave -region in Lebanon E. of Sidon, mod. Mughdr Gezztn, ace. to most, but dub.; perhaps, rather, near TyreBuhl" ^ 1895 ' 65 . til. pH^/] vb. strip oneself (||form of my, 11. niy);-Qai Imv. n# is 3 2» (||ne% ace. to Ges* nok Hi De al. ms. with fpl. subj.; ace. to Ew' 226 * Du Di al. fpl., shortened from nny etc.). Po. Pf 3 pi. ™$*fl* ^P Is 23 13 they have laid bare (the foundations of) lier palaces, i.e. destroyed them ; so Pilp. Inf. a6«. + Hithpalp. Impf. 3 fs. TO? VS Je 5 1 58 be laid utterly bare, cf. my Pi. 1. t ,_ VHJ? adj. stripped, specif, childless; — 'V Gn is 2 (JE), J622 80 ; pi. &T% LV20 20 - 21 (H). tnj71V adj. stripped, destitute ;—"&} as subst i// 102 18 the prayer of the destitute. — Je i7 6 v. ijrt-ig. +4t.*WVW n.[m.] prob. a tree or bush; juniper? {kv.y^s- juniper (or cypressl v. Lane), so Tristr NHB " Rob BB11 - 124 ; on format, v. Lag BNi6s Ba 1 " 160 );— I3"iea lyiny Je48 6 , +17 6 , where rd. prob. ttfijfr ^y," (for MT TffJB; >Gf al. conversely, rd. 1?"]? 48 6 ). ApoTjp, MP" ">yny; — 1. city onN.bank of Arnon, S. limit of E. Jordan Isr., I^J! Nu 3 2 34 (JK), Dt 2 s6 3 12 4 48 Jos 1 2 a (D) 2 K io 33 1 Ch 5 8 ; "^ Jos 13 9 (D), v" (P), 2 S 24 s ; Moabitish Je 48 19 (cf. MI 26 ); once liny Ju 1 1 26 ; mod. 'Ar'dir Buhl ■niny

rrew o««r. 2 « 9) Trigtr Mo.bi29B. 2 . city near Kabbah in Amnion, Ipy Ju 1 I 33 , 'nj? Jos 13 25 (P), site' unknown. 3. city in S. Judah, "IJP5J 1 S 30 28 (© Aporip + Appa8n, latter orig. ace. to We, indicating form myiy; ©L PayomjX); + Jos 1 s M rdg.'y (or rnj/ny) f or MT nnny, © B a^x, We 183 * 28 (cf. Dr HPS), Di*""*- Benn Steuern ; poss. 'Ar'dra c. 9 miles S. of E. from Beersheba, but cf. Buhl G,,0,tr - 183 .— Is if rd. n$> "Hy rn.V © Lo Lag Sem - 1 - 30 Che Buhl 1 * 1 al. (for MT TJHJ ny). —Vid. also Che Enc »' Blb - 3 ' 7 . t">-)V^y adj . gent, of foreg. ; in 1 Ch 1 1 44 . l2HJ/j(-/of foil.; cf. Ar. yS^ ioo<A, «fod, throne, ^J^j£- grape-trellis, woman's (camel-) saddle; Eth. 0^: booth (1 also 06*: 6«d); As. irsu, bed, couch; NH HD'TJ? cradle, X N P"]5? , Syr. (jx>;-£, Palm. Wiy ; the common idea is appar. that of a wooden structure, frame, cf. J^ZMGxl(1886). 737 tfcn$ n.f. Jb7 ' ,3 couch, divan ;— cstr. 'y Dt 3» + ; abs. feny Am 3"; sf. 'feny Jb7 13 +, etc.; pi. sf. DHifeny Am 6*;— couch, divan, Am 3 12 6" (linitSD), + 2S 17 28 (rd. 33B>? nfeny Klo Ne M,r|! - 18 HPS, cf. ®); for lying' at night Jb 7 13 f 6 7 (JjnfP), Pr7 16 , W Eny + 132 3 <A« comcA 0/ (consisting in) my bed ; couch of sickness 1// 4 I 4 ; marriage couch Ct I 16 ; perhaps transf. to sar- cophagus, as last couch bra feny ifeny Dt 3 11 (v. Dr). WlV (Vof foil.; meaning unknown). +rr|Bh^ n. pr. m. Benjamite i Ch 8 s7 , Icurapattt, A lapaffta, @L Itjiaui, IZ&ft? (-/of foil.; mng. dub.; cf. As. eiebu [bear fruit], 11. I, causat. (Dl Pr87 ), isbu, perh. = H ; Ar. ^ .?, c is 6e </ry, but J^JLc fresh, juicy herbage;' NH = BH, cf. £ N3py, Syr. Unix, Palm. KUCy). ta^y n.m. Gnlu herb, herbage;— ']) abs. Dt 1 i ls + ; cstr. Gn 2' + ; sf. D3by I s 42 1S ; pi. cstr. ni3|>y (d. f. dirim.) Pr 27 s5 ; — herb, lierbage, in oldest use oft. gen. (therefore incl. grass [Hjft]): rnfrn 'y Ex 9 22 (E), Gn 2 6 ( + D'fe>) Ex 9* ( + ft?), 1 o 15 ( + id; all J) Am 7 2 , so f^n 'y Ex io"(E),- r }>J? i ? Tf v 15 (J), whence V' 105 35 ; appar. gen. also in psn 'y Jb 5 25 ^ 72 16 , 'y alone 92 s ; r q| y p - ^ | 'V Je 12", 'y alone Dt32 2 (||NBn), Is 42' 15 V 102 512 , and Dt 29 s2 Mi 5 6 Pr 19 12 ; hence 'y as food for cattle Dt 11 15 i^ic^ 20 cf. Je 14 6 Zc io 1 ; onn nn#y p r 27 s5 (H«n, "*'¥0)> DU t as human food (hence excluding

  • ft) n-TBTi 'y Gn 3 18 (J); esp. P Gn i 29 (+ Y%

'V PTH v 30 9 3 , hence 'y 1/. 104" (|| "VXn for cattle); 'y disting. fr. KBH, f5? also Gn I 1112 , fTlfe> '» + KBH, TXn 2Ki 9 26 -|-Is37 27 . I. TWV vb. do, make (NH = BH ; T T 2622 ^ MI' 23 - 26 Ticy, I- 39 BT7N1, I- 2 ' Imv. 1B>y j OH n.pr. Wy, rwsb». , VWyo ; not Aram., and not cer- tainly found in S. Sem. lang. ; on Sab. v. esp. DHM 8BB.rl.Ak. 18 86 > ^._Q al25M py g mg Q n ' + , sf. Wfc| Ho8 6 + ; 3 fs. flfty Dt22 21 +, nfe/yi consec. Lv 25 s "; 2 ms. n'fe'y Gn 3 14 4- , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. nfe^J! Gn 1 S n + , nfe/y>! 1 K 1 6 s5 + 3 1., fe'Sa Is5 2 + ; nfe/JC Is 64 s , 2 ms. nfe/yn 1 s io 8 , nb/yn Gn 2 6 s9 Jos f, juss. (c. ?*<) byn Gn 2 2 12 4- , nfe/yVl 2S13 12 Je40 ,6 Qr(Kt't?yJB); is. WJIK Gn z M + , nbyto Ez 20 14 Dn 8 27 , B>yKl Dt io 3 + 4 t. Ez; etc.; /jni>. ms. nfe^f Ju io 15 + ; fs. "BT? Je 6 26 + , etc.; /«/ a6s. nfc^ 44" + ; iby 7 5 4-' 2 t. (4 18 van d. H. *>¥); cstr. niby Gn 2 4 + , nby so 20 -!- 2 1., Vb^| 31 28 , sf. incy 4 i 32 4- , Wcy tEx i8 18 ,etc; Pt.'act. nfV Is 5 5 + , sf. W? JImo 19 (butv. infr.); pi. D^V Gii2 4 49 + ; A tyf Jb 35 10 (yet v. Ges« 124k ), etc.; pos*. ^ Ex 3" + , 1'OTn Jb 4I 26 (Ges» 76k ); f. Wjfc^ Ez 2i M + , etc.; — I. 1. do (1560 + 1.): a. (1) c. ace. act. Gn 3" (J) 2O 10 (E) + oft.; do right in eyes of '"> 2 K 12 3 i 4 13 -|-, evil 8"™+ (cf. 1. ft? 3 c); rfo God's commands, statutes, etc., Dt 16 12 30 8 , Nu I5 39 (P); ^0 'V 1 Si 4 48 + domight, i.e. mightily, valiantly; Pr 31 39 do efficiency, i.e. efficiently; = commit (offence) Lv2o 13 (H), Dt 20 18 ; sq. JO part., nariD nriSO n'tt'yi Lv 4* and shall do a single one of them (things prohibited ; v.|D3b (<')), cf. "< nis»-bp nn« sbyi V 13M 5 17 (all P) ; do= perform a work, c. ace. cogn. HE'yD Ex 1 8 20 23 12 (E), also (* subj.) Dt n 7 Dn 9 14 Ec3"; c. ace. nssbtp Gn 2 2 - 2 (J), Ex2O 910 =Dt9 13 (10 Words); c.acc. T?11 tls58 13 ; fy T^bo 'y 1 K2i 7 = exercise sovereignty over; of performing signs (nhk) Jos24 ,7 (E), Nui4 M (JE), Dtn 3 , so Moses Ex 4 and (^D'HSta) v 21 . ( 2 ) do something to one (b pers.) Gn 20 9 (E), Ju9 56 4- ; c. ^y reflex. Je 26 19 do evil against ourselves; esp. subj., c. i>, do good to Ex 1 8 9 (E), 2 K 8**, or evil Gn 42 2s (E); in phr. so may God do to me, etc. 1 S3" 2 K6 3 '+ (v. ejD" Hiph. 1). (3) do something for one (7 pers.) Gn 30 31 1 K n 8 + , dir. obj. om. 1 S 20 4 ; + 7 rei Ju 2 1 716 what shall rraw

TO we do for them, for wives f c. ->5> pers. Ne 5 19 ; c. dat. eth. (?) I S io 7 ; c. ?, of doing kindness for 1 S 22 s ; executing vengeance for Juii 38 (+ IP of enemy); '» doing a sign (nix) for t Ju 6 17 (elsewhere ^> niK RJJ), cf. n3toj> rfK 'JMT^ ^ 86 1 '. (4) do something (in relation or intercourse) with (nt< pers.), subj. Dt I 30 aZ7. that he did withyou, io !1 (cf. ^86 17 supr.), human subj. 2 Ch 24 24 (obj. D , t?S?'), Ru 2 11 . (5) seldom c. 3, usu. of executing judgment upon 1 S 28 18 Is 48 14 , more gen. Est I 15 what shall we do with the queen ? also, subj. "», Ez 25" 28 s6 f 149 79 Nu 33'*(on false gods) ; in good sense/3 CTpn 'V Ne 1 3". (6) of '< <fotngr the justice (BBipp) of any one, i.e. maintaining his cause 1 K8 43,19 1// 9 5 . (7) c. adv. do thus, i13, Jos 6 14 (JE), ace. to, ?, Gn 6 s2 (P), 18 21 (J), 1 K 2 6 ; ace. as, "W^S Gn 27" (J); Ex i 17 (E) + ; c. 3 of manner, Ju 9 16 *, Ez 8 18 25 15 . b. work for (7 rei) Gii3O ,0 (J); c. 7 pers. iSi4 6 Ez2 9 20 (for); work in (3) gold or other material 1 K 7 14 2 Ch 2 013 Ex 3 1 4 - 5 35 32 (all P); c. H3 (i.e. •TJ3J73) Ex 5 9 (J) in toil; work with (DJJ) God 1 S 14 45 , so prob. of God's working with (HK) Moses and Aaron 1 S 12 6 (usu. appoint); c. J1K with (of pers. in whose company, in whose field) Ru 2 1919 (gleaning); work iTM para Pr 3 i 13 ; without prep. Ex 36 1 Ne 3 s8 . 2. aW with, c. By, 2 Ch 2 2 Dn i 13 (I?*? ace. as); c. HN, Ez 20 44 Vr 109 21 ; Ez 22 14 Zp3 19 (perh.; Gr Now ins. n?3, v. II 1 g), + 3 Je 2 1 2 , + 3 of manner Ez 23 2529 ; c. b pers. + ? 25 12 ; c. 3 pers., Je 18 23 Dn 11 7 , +3 ace. to Ne 9 s4 Est 3 11 . 3. oft. in phr., do kindness (190) with : c. D? OIPV) Gn 19 19 2 4 1214 (J), Jul 24 8 s5 1 S 15 6 2 S 2 6 io 2 = 1 Ch i 9 2 + ; c.S'S.iS 20 8 (but rd. DV Vrss We Dr al.); abs., f 109"; obj. IDn + riDK, c . D?, Jos 2 14 (JE) Ju 9 19 2 S 2 6 ; c. Tk with,' Gn 24 49 32 n 47 M (allJ); c. b,Ex 20 6 =Dt 5 10 , 2 S22 51 =

  • 18"; so ato 'V, c. D?, Gn 2 6 29 (J), cf. Ju 8*

9 16 ; c. T)X «CT</t, 1 S 24" 2 S 2 6 . 4. abs. act, act with effect, esp. of', I K S 323 ' Je 14 7 Ez 20 9 - 1422 V 22 32 37 5 52" Dn 9 19 ; of men 2 Ch 31 21 Dn 8 1224 1 1 2830 - 32 ; c. 7 pers. Ez 31". II. 1. make (670 + t.): a. c. obj. concr., ark Gn 8 6 , altar 13 4 , idols Ju l8 24: " + , etc. b. oft. of God's making (creating) Gn3'(J), j7.16.2S (p) f Ne 9 6 J b 9 9 p r g2 6 2 Ch 2 11 ^, £gt + . making man j/ 1 oo 3 1 1 9 73 (made by God'shands), in the womb Jb 3i'°' 15 ; making, constituting, nation Dt 26" 32 615 ; pt. sf. tf#J> his Maker Is 17 7 Pr 14" 17 6 (fetyn Jb40 19 is improb., most rd. 'Wy r l ) with various interpr. of foil, words); iVV Is 61* *&9 Jb 32 s3 (Ginsb ; v" van d. H. Baer), «&>!> + 95 s ; so appar. pt. pi. "Bty Jb 35 10 , T&> Is54 6 (Ges* 124k expl. as sg.).* C. make something, c. j> reflex., make for thee Ex 20 4 Dt 9 12 io^, for (^another iS2 19 2S7 n iK2 24 + ; obj. nriEn? banquet Gn 40 20 Est 5 4 , also (no 7) Gn 29* (E) Ju 14 10 Est 5 512 and (fig., "» subj.) Is 25 s ; c. ?rei, Dt22 8 ; c. 7 of animal Gn33 17 (J). d. ma&e a name (Dt?) for oneself (7) 2 S 7 9 1 Ch 1 7 8 , also (no ?) 2 S 8 13 ; a new heart for oneself (?) Ez 18 31 . e. make war with (TH) Gn 14 2 Josii ,8 (D); c. DV, Dt 20 1220 1 Ch 5 1019 ; abs.

Ch 22 8 ; c. 7 reflex. Pr 24 s ; pt. npn^o TpV 
Ch 11 1 26 1113 ; make peace, c. 7 pers. Jos 9 15 

(J) ; D3"ia , nK 'V 2 K 1 8 31 make an agreement with me. f . c. 3, '3 H? '? Ju 2 ' " ^ brought a catastrophe upon (cf. JHB). jf. c. 2 ace, ma/ce something out of (ace. mater.) Ex 25 18 28 13 37 1724 Ct3 10 Dt io 3 +; make something into something (Ges 5,,7 ")Ho8 4 Gn27 9 Jui7 4 Nun 8 i7 3 V'i04 4 ; make something H73, i.e. utterly destroy it Na i 8 Zp i 18 Ez 20 17 Ne 9 31 ; c. pt. pass, as 2nd ace. Ex 38' they made it T ? 3^33 hollow with boards, 3 9 9 ; but also c. ace. + ?, Ho 2 10 gold they made into (?) the Baal, Ju8 27 Ex2 7 3 (P),Dt 9 14 Je 37 15 Ez 4 9 Is 44 1 ' 19 ; make something for (7 pers.), + JO of material Ct 3 9 . 2. produce, yield : of grain, yielding meal Ho 8 77 , vineyard, grapes Is 5 2 - 2 - 4 - 410 , tree, fruit 2 K i9 30 =Is37 31 , H09 16 Je 12 2 17 8 Ez i7 2S (allfig.), Gn i 1U2 (P); branches Jb 14 9 and (fig.) Ez 17 8 ; land, fruit Lv 25 21 cf. Hb 3 17 , abs. Gn 41 47 ; of seed Is 5' , vine, shoots Ez 1 7 6 (fig.) ; of cows, yielding milk IS7" 22 ; hippop. producing fat Jb 15 27 . 3. prepare, esp. of dressing and cooking food, Gn i8" Ju6 19 13 5 1 S 25 18 (pass.), 2 S 12 44 Gn 27"- 1731 2 S 13 57 1 K 17 12 Ex 12 39 ( + 7 reflex.); a bullock for sacrifice (v. infr.) 1 K 18***; '£? Tv?i Ez 12 3 ( + 7 reflex.); a chamber Ne 13"; prepare to build ( + 7 pers. and inf.). 4. make offering, e.g. HTiy Ju 13 16 Je 33 18 Lv 16 24 , IBJJ nbij) 2 K 5 17 ( + 7 dei), Tmm Lv 14", H^N Nu 15 314 , various offerings iK8 w Lv9 22 Ez45 17 46 2 +; +'0 to '" Lv i7 9 + ; also c. ace. of thing sacrificed (perh. orig. prepare or ^r < w!'de,v.supr.)Ez43 252S 46 16 Lvi4 30 15 1630 16 9 Nu6 1117 i/'66 15 ( + ?dei) + ; &bs.=qffer sacrifice Ex io 25 (£, + '>'?), to (?) heathen gods 2 K 17 32 . . attend to, put in order: pare (the nails) Dt 21 12 ; wash (feet) 2 S 19 25 ; trim (beard) v 26 (cf. Fr. faire la barbe, Ger. die Haare machen). . observe, celebrate, religious festival, e.g. passno

rroyn over Exi2 48 Nu 9 4 " 13 Jos 5 10 , also ( + {>) Ex 1 2 m Nu 9 ,0H (all P), Dt 1 6 1 + ; sabbath Ex 3 1 l6 Dt5 16 ; feast of weeks i6 10 , booths 16 13 , Purim Est 9 21!7 , etc. 7. acquire property of various kinds (cf. ' make money ') Gn 1 2 s 31 "(J), Is 15 7 Je 17 11 48^ Dt8 18 Ez 22 13 28 4 - 4 38 12 2 Ch 32" Ec 2 8 ; + b reflex. Dt 8 17 2 S 1 5 1 1 K I 6 ; of fruits from vineyards, etc. ^ 107 37 . 8. appoint priests 1 K 12" 13 s3 2 Ch 2 17 (all + |J? source), a feast 1 K 1 2 32,33 ( + ? pers.); ordain a sacrifice Nu 28", a festal day f 1 18 24 ; institute, *#T) 3iK ghost and familiar spirit 2K2i 6 =2Ch33 6 (cf. Dr ml8U ). 9. bring about, of v s effecting a deliverance Ex 1 4 13 (D3^), 1S11 13 2S23 10 (ins. also || iChu 13 Dr), v 12 ; cause, sq. cl. c. f Ec3 14 . 10. use, in3t6»i> 'VI 1 S8 16 ; pass. Ex 38 s4 11. spend, pass, days of life Ec 6 12 . Niph. S7 Pf. 3 ms. n^V? J u i6 n + ; 3 ft. nwy: 2 S i7 23 + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. rife'?'. Gn 29 26 + , 3 fs. c. 1 subord. fc*yni Est 5 s 7 2 9 12 (Ges 4109f ), etc.; 7n/. cstr. nVVn Est 9 114 , etc.; i><. ne>5» Ne5 13 ,etc.;— 1. 6e done (pass, of Qall 1): a! subj . rDKJJD J u 1 6" (c. 3 instr.), Ne 6 16 (c. nKO P*&$f), v 9 Ex 1 2 16 + 4t.; subj. om. Ez 44 14 , indef. Est4'; c. J? 9"; fie dom«, rniro Ezr io 3 ; 6«  committed, of offence, Dt 1 3 15 Nu 1 5 24 Ec 4 1 + 3 t.; c. neg. not (yet) done, i.e. future IS46 10 ; be accomplished, performed, fulfilled Ez 1 2 35 ' 38 Dn ii 36 Est 5 5 7 2 9 12 ; be executed, carried out, of sentence Ec 8", decree Est 9'; be followed, of counsel 2 S 1 7 s3 ; nearly=occ«r Ec i 9913 9 s ", subj. nfe-yo 1" 2 17 4 3 8 917 , subj. ^an v 14 , ro? v 15 . b. Impf. c. neg., M (ar«) no< done, not ace. to usage, of flagrant offences Gn 20 9 (E), 29 s6 (c. ?3), 34 7 (both J), 2 S I3 ,2 0?); hence (P) not to be done, forbidden by '• Lv 4 2 ; 132227 5 17 . c. be done to, c. b of animal 1 S 1 i 7 (n3); b pers. Ex 2 4 (E) 2 1 31 (E ; OBf D3), Is 3 11 Je 5" (nb), Lv 24 19 (H ; ?3), Nu 1 5 M (P) + 8 t. ; be done for, b pers. Ju 1 1 37 Est 6 3 , B? pers. v 3 ; b rei Nu 15 11 (H33). d. be done upon, against (3) Dn 9 12 . t2. (pass, of Qal II) : a. be made, of concr. things iKio 20 =2Ch9 19 (throne), Je 3 16 (ark), 2K 12 14 Ez 4 3 18 Ex 25" Nu4 36 (P) ; c. ace. mat. Lv 2 7 . b. be produced from (JO) vine Nu 6 4 . C. be prepared, of food Ex 1 2 16 Lv 6" 7 9 (all P), Ne 5 18 ". d. be offered, HTOD Lv 2 811 , kid Nu 2 8 15;4 . e. be observed, passover 2 K 24 2210 (P dei)= 2 Ch 35 18 "; Purim Est 9™. f. be used Lv 7 24 (P), +b rei 13" (P) Ez 15". fPu. Pf 1 s. 'TEW ^ 139 15 / was made. Stntoy n.pr.m. A<raijX, ©L A<r<r<i7jX (on this and foil. cf. nfe/yiw);— 1. brother of Joab and Abishai 2 S 2 1818 + 7 t. 2,+ 3 27 ' 30 23" 1 Ch 2 l6 u 26 27 7 . 2. Levites: a. 2Chi7 8 (Ia<r«i>jX, Aeri^X). b. 31". 3. post-exil. nameEzr io 15 . T7N , ©y n.pr.m. Simeonite 1 Ch4 35 , Ao-tijX. TrT'toy n.pr.m. Aa-mas, etc.; ©L in Kgs. Afapias ; — 1. servant of Josiah 2 K 22 l214 = 2 Ch 34 20 . 2. Simeonite 1 Ch 4 36 . 3. Levites : a. 6 15 i5 6U . b. 9 3 . tltoy^l) Kt, ^T_C) Qr,n.pr.m. one with foreign wife Ezr 1 o 37 , © rat eirotrja-ap. ^hw'WW n.pr.m. 1. hero of David 1 Ch ii 47 , (l)fo-o-<i;X. 2. Benjamite ruler 27 21 , Acreii/p, ®L lao-crir). nin*n n.m. Gn *>■ 9 deed, work ; — abs. 'o Gn 44" + ," cstr. nfe/JjD Is5 12 + ; sf. *nfe>JjD Ju i 3 12 +, etc.; pi. »fc$J Gn20 9 + ; cstr.' WD Je i 18 +; sf. V'B^p 1 S 19 4 (or sg., so Dr) + , etc.; — oft. ace. cogn. c. 7V&S; — 1. a. (1) deed, thing done by man Nui6 28 (JE), 1K13" Is 26 12 ; — 1 S 20 19 is obscure ; (2) implic. evil Gn 44 15 (J), Ex23 M (E), Ne6 14 + 8 t., +sg. coll. doing(s) Mi 6 16 Lv i8 33 (H), 2 Ch 17 4 , CirVT 'O La 3 s4 Hg 2 14 , Jb 33 17 (rdg. infect? @ Di Siegf Bu), Ez 16 30 (behaviour); explic. D'JHn U^ Ezr 9 13 cf. Ec 4 3 8 1114 , D^W Is59 6 ; specif, of idolatr. practices, D§*T '» sg. Dt3i M Je25 w 32 30 , pi. 44 s , cf. sg. i K16 7 2 K 22 17 =2 Ch 34 s ; (3) implic. right, praiseworthy 1 S 19 4 2 K 23" Jon 3 10 Pr 3 1 31 ; of duty in gen. |*^ "f«_ 'QH Ex i8 20 (E)=w/ta< they are to do; explic. EC4 4 8"; (4) as basis of judgment (good or bad) Is 66 18 ^ 33 15 62 13 Ec 1 2 14 , DHH} 'D J e 25". b. (1) work, labour, husbandry Ex23 16 (E), Gns 29 (J), Ju 19 16 , D3T 'D Hg 2 17 ; enforced labour of Isr. in Egypt Ex 5 613 ( J ); in g« n - 2 3 15 (E)>* also of product of labour 23 16 , cf. Is 65^ Ec 5 s ; 'sn 'D* fliJ'K' Ez 46 1 the six working-days; of religious work, IflJ n*3 rnbg 'D 1 Ch 23 s8 , cf. 'o 2Ch3i 21 ; (2) business, pursuit, Gn 46 :a

7 3 (J), Ju 1 3 12 1 S 2 5 2 Is 54 16 ; in gen., occupa- 

tion Is 29 1S Ec 2 4 " 3 1722 8 9 9 7 10 ; (3) undertak- ing, enterprise Is 19 1415 Dt 15 10 ; IJ/O Dt 2 7 +

t. Dt, 2 CI132 30 Jb i 10 + 28 4 , U'T 'O V 90 17 17 ; 

(4) achievement Je48 7 Est io 2 ; (5) in weakened sense, T^JD Pr '6 3 i^twe affairs; nearly = oc- currences Ec i 14 (pi.), 2 17 8 17 (sg.). c. deed(s), worlds) of esp. in deliverance and in judg- ment, Ju2 710 Jos 24 31 (D), f 33 4 + 2 1 t., + VT 'D 796 etc. Is 5 U * 28* 92' + 4 t.; W&JJ "0 in gen. Ec 7" 8 17 ii 6 of. 3". 2. a. (1) work, thing made, by man, nSK 'D Gn40 17 (E) baker's work; "flrt' H» 'D La 4 s ; oft. of furnishings of tabern., 3B*n 'D Ex 26'+ 7 t., Di5T 'D 26 M + 5 t., JQfr '»

s2 + 2 1., enn 'o 28", cf. m V, ' D c * f> of 

holy oil, etc. 0J5T 'D Ex 30 26 + 2 t. (ins. Opn perh. also 2Chi6 14 ); hence 'y^—work of art Is 3" (of coiffure), cf. '» '!>? Nu 31 51 ; sq. n. of material, pattern, etc., 0'$ ' D v 20 (i e. goats' hair), v. also Ex 27 4 28"+; in temple, r03$» tS 1 K 7", 'D JBW v 19 , etc.; D'jrajjS '» 2 Ch 3'°, cf. EPrnnn 'D

Ch 9 s1 the work of (consisting in) bread- 

wafers; = materials of (prepared for) nbtyn

Ch 4 6 ; in theoph. "M»B0 n?nb 'D Ex 24'° 

(J); 'O of ships 2 Ch 20 s7 ; in gen. Is 29 16 ; Ez 27 1618 = thy manufactures, wares; ^JiP ^45 2 = my verses (n-oiij/xa, poem) ; (2) workman- ship Ez i 1616 (v 16 * del. Co Toy) 1 K 7 s Ex 28 s + II t; (3) B1K *T '° of idols (contemptuously) Dt4 28 2Ki 9 ' 8 =is37 19 =2Ch 3 2 19 ,^ii5 4 i35 15 , cf. Is 2 8 (VT '»), Ho 1 4 4 Mi 5 12 Je 1 16 ; so fT) '» enn Dt 2 7 15 Je io 3 9 , cf. Ho 1 3 2 ; B^jq 'D Je ib 9 ; Divnyn 'D v 15 5 1 18 ; appar. also Csri&^p IS41 29 cf. 57 12 Ez 6 6 ; VT 'D of altars Is 17 8 . ' b. work (made by) God Ex32 16 (E); esp. (poet, and late), of created things, f 103 22 io4 24 + 4 t. •f ; ^njiasN '» 8 4 , TT ' D i°2 26 (hoth of heavens), cf. 19 2 (heavenly bodies), 8 7 (animals); of man Jb 14 15 34 19 , cf. in^JJO , B'3K"i'| njn!> 37 7 (but rd. prob. D'BfatC 93 01 Di al.); of a nation Is 19 25 60 21 64 7 ; of weights Pr 1 6 11 (but rd. perh. ^Qn for '•> Gr Toy), c. product of olive-tree, HM "0 Hb 3 17 ; fig. product of righteousness Is 32 17 . ttflMfflgO, 5T-, 1&3XQ n.pr.m. (work of '» ; cf. n. pr. lff^O on Isr. seal, Cl-Gann, v. Lzb 315 ); — Ma(a)<T<raia(s), etc., ® B Ezr IO 21 Ma- <raijX:—l. priest, Je.'stime,n;'BT?PJe2i , 29 25 37 3 ; perh. 35 4 (W». 2. 29 21 . WJKJIP 3. Levites : a. iChis 18 - 20 . b. 2 Ch 23'. ' 4. officials: a. 26 11 . b. 34 8 . 5. sonof Ahaz 2 8 7 . 6. Levite 1 Ch 6^ rdg. rWgD for MT rv't^a q.v., cf. Kit. njfe^O of various post-exil. men : 7. Ne 3 ffl (Ma8a<ri;X, A Maaorot/). 8. a. 8 4 ' 7 . b. io 26 . c. ii 6 . d. v 7 . e. 12 41 . f. v 42 . 9. a. Ezr IO 18 . b. V 21 (M<z<rai;X, Ma<r«iar). C. V 22 . d. V 30 . 10. "WW (van d. H. ^VQ) Ma(a)<rcu(a), a priest I Ch 9". j-II. [Hti^] vb. Pi. press, squeeze (NH nf^y Pi. compel; X % ?y Pa. crush, gnash (teeth); cf. Ar. /%~c compress a woman) ; — Pf 3 pi. -toy D^na "Tl #g Ez 23 38 (unchaste act); /n/. cs<r. 'flf* . . . nYe'ga v 21 rd. Pi. rrifrya (Ew Co Toy, aL). y<DV n.pr.m. Esau, Ho-au ; — Esau, elder son of Isaac Gn 2 5 25M + 7 t. 25, 26 s4 27 1 + 24 1. 27, 28, 32 4 + 15 t. 32, 33, 35, Jos 2 4 44 Mai i 2 - 3 1 Ch i 34 ; identif. with DV1K Gn 36 1819 , ancestor of Edomites v 943 , cf. 1 Chi 35 ; dwelling in Mi Seir Gn 3 6 8 (25 t. in all, Gn 36) Dt 2 5 Jos 2 4 4 ; VCJJ "33 = Edomites Dt 2 4 - 812 - 22 - 29 ; VB>J? = Edom J T e 4 9 8 '0b 6 , ^8 n*| v 1818 , VB'JJ "in v 8 - 919 - 21 . t [pt^] vl) - Hitbp. contend (perh. orig. cling to (in strife), cf. Ar. Ja» cling with love (Lag EN143 ); Syr. amy, Ethpa. be difficult (i.e. indignant, hostile); NH pDV, X PPi{, busy one- self, NH pDJJ business, occupation) ; — P/. 3 pi. ioy IpS'ynri Gn 26 20 ifoy contended with him. t ptoJP n.pr.font. in SW. Pal. Gn 2 6 20 (expl. as contention);— locality unknown, ® 'ASiia'a. "lt£^ (-/of foil.; appar. gather, unite, cf. Ar *■ ?.p kinsman, i?J-— c <ri6e,J-LLT assembly; hence ten = collection, union). -|®y, nito^ n.m. and f. ten (NH=BH; V V ' T T -: 176 x perh. MI 33 yff$; Ph.ntrj?, nDy, rCWJ, etc.; Ar. tic, Hi* ; Sab.lCV SabDenkm NoUb ' 1 - ,s ' 6 , mcy andcpds.Ho.n 011 '-" 4 - 48 ; Eth. 0^4-: OwCfc; As. efertu; Sipj;, N-JDy; IB'J), K^Tf; Syr. tix, ]f~C • Nab. •&)}, all = ten; Palm. Nmt5T> </w Pot (rulers)) ;— m. (c.n.f.)-»fy 2Si5' 6 +53 *• (abs. and cstr. usu. indistinguishable); ~&$ 1 K

451 1 Ch 6 46 ; f. (c. n.m.): abs. fntojj Gn 24'° + 
1.; cstr. (prob.) nn»g 1 S i7 18 + 46 t.; f.pl. 

nn'B'JJ Exi8 21 + 2 t.; — on pi. 0")^, 20, y. infr.; — tl. a <e«, only f.pl. tens in phr. 'S If! captains of tens Ex 1 8 2125 (E), Dt i 15 . 2. ten, enumerating pers. or things, usually without other num. : a. "$ bef. n.f.pl., Gn 4s 23 + 43 t. ; after n. fl K 7 27 - 43 + late passages J0S15 57 21 526 (all P), 1 Ch 6 46 2 Ch 4 7 ; bef. HBS3 = ten cubits fi K 6 3 - 2526 7 s3 - 24 . b. n-l'B'j; bef. n.m.pl., Gn 45 s3 + 25 t. (incl. D"?^ '»= 10,000 2 S 18 3 2 K 24 14 Kt, n^ Qr); bef. n. coll. lp T 3 1 K 5 3 , 3?3 2 K

7 ; also njn Dn? 0) 1 S 17 17 these ten loaves, 

cf. 1 K 14 3 ; '^«V Ez 45 1 rd. 'N D^? © Hi Co Berthol Toy; after n.m.pl. tGn 32 1616 43 3 (all E), Jos 17 6 (JE), Nu 2 9 23 (P), 1 K 7 43 2 Ch

6 - 8 Dni 121415 t; after n.coll. |^X 2 Ch 30 24 ; n. 

om., sc. men, tGni8 32 (J) Am 5 3 Ezr 8'; sc. shekels (weight) Gn 24" (J) Nu 7" + 1 3 t. Nu 7 -toy

onto pJJJ 'V) ; 8|D3 'V (sc. shekels, value) 2 S 18 11 ; sc. measures (of grain) Hg 2 16 ; c. art. <Ae ten Gn i8 32 (J; bc. men), Ne n l (id. = every ten); as pred. Ex 2 f™= 3 8 l21i! (all P)t. o. n$Jj bef. n.m.pl. Ex 34 28 + 18 1, + D'Ojn nnbp 1 S 25 s8 (on art. cf. Weir in Dr, but dub. ; prob. om., bo ® We Bu), + D"B^K '»= 10,000 Ju i 4 + 26 1.; n. om. ^DS 'y (sc. shekels) Ju 1 7 10 . 1 3. rarely + other num.: a. "toy after larger num., HNO D"?B> 'VJ Gn 50 2226 Jos 24 s9 (all E), Ju 2 8 . b. 'y before larger num. nto niSO jtoni D'to "toy Gn 5 14 (P). o. n#]j after larger' num*, nNO Dn^n rrtojn. Ezr 8" ef. (n. preceding) i'°. d. rrtoy after smaller num., mfcy) Q^f HJCto ^DSn Je 32 9 =sei>er*<ee»i shekels; before smaller num. + n.sg. H** ntfom iTtojj Ez45 12 , but rd. DTOfl, joining 'iTi^g to preceding, © A Hi Co al. "WV , H^toy n. ten, only after units t t 203' •■ : v 144 ' J to make num. 1 1- 19, both cardinal and ordinal; rn.E'y c. n.f., "toy c. n.m., thus: 1. eleven: a. -toy'nriK (c. n.m.') Gn 32 M + 2 1. b. n^toy nnK (c. n.f.) 2 K 23 s6 + 7 t.; also = eleventh 1 K 6 m 2 K 9 M . c. "toy ^ (c n.m.) Nu 29 20 ; ord. Dti 3 +7t. d. nnby "my (c. n.f.) Ex 2 6 7 + 4 1.; ord. Je i 3 + 4 t. ' 2. AmZm : a. "i'OT (D) , ?.E i (c. n.m.) Gnss^+So t.; ord. 1 K 19"+ 12 t. b. n-i.'B-y. (D)'riB*(c. n.f.) Ex2 4 4 + 31 1.; ord. 2 K 8* + 6 t. 3. thirteen : a. T^RJ ttfif (c. n.m.) Nu 2 9 14 + 2 1. ; ord. Est 3 12 + 7 t. b. n~toy tibf (c. n.f.) iK7' + 9t.; ord. Gn 14*+ 2 t.' 4. fourteen: a. "to? n?3"]K Gn 4 6 22 -|- 13 t.; ord. Ex 1 2 6 + 1 7 t. b. rrtoy. yais Gn 3 1 41 + 5 t. ; ord. 2 K 1 8 1S + 3 t. 5. fifteen: a. "^ neton Ho 3 2 + 3 1.; ord. Ex i6'+ 14 t. tb."to? Mfgn Ju 8 1 " 2 S 1 9 18 . c. rrtoy eton 2 K 1 4 17 + 9 1. • ord. fa K 1 4 s3 2 Ch i5 io .— Vid. also ^ 2 d. . sixteen: a. "to? nE*E* Ex 26 s + 6 t; ord. 1 Ch 2 4 ,4 + 2 t. b. .Ttoy Eto Gn 46 18 + 13 t. . seventeen : a. "to? n V?£ l ch 7" + 2 *•; ord - Gn 7 " + 3 t. b. TCJjft V2V Gn 3 7 2 + 4 t. ; ord. 1 K 22 511 2 K 16 1 .— Vid. also "toy 3 d. 8. eighteen : a. "to? ( n &$) n J to F Gn i4 4 + 10 t.; ord. 1 1 Ch 24* 25 !S . b. rrtoy riper j u 3 14 +

t. ; ord. 1 K 15' + 8 t. t9. nineteen: a. 

-toy nvton 2 S 2 80 ; ord. 1 Ch 24 16 2s 26 . b. Jton rrtoy Gn 1 1 25 Jos 19 38 ; ord. 2 K 25 8 =Je 52 12 / These num. usually take sg. of the nouns most often used, nto, Di Bhh, cf. (sts.) B*K, nex, etc.; otherwise pi.; rarely (late usage) they follow noun, which is then usu. pi., e.g. Nu 29 30 Jos 1 5 s ' (P), Ezr S 35 - 36 Est 3 13 8 5 , etc. (even rrtoy D>rf D'to Nas 14 ), but nto precedes ordinal ike^Uif i5 l + 8t., so D,' (c. ord.) 2 Ch 29" + 5 t. Est 9 ; also BfC and njB* (rut?) both precede and foil, ordinal Nu 7 7278 2 K 8 M 9 M 14 23 16 1 Je 32 1 2 K 25 8 = Je 52 12 .— Vid. also J^Qli.l.Sllir. D a 8jnt. (S7«,alsoR. 1.2 Q e8 »92d,«. 1S4 an( J esp. Herner 8 ' n,dz " , "" >r, " lmAT(,893) ; on form in fW. (prob for V), Ol" 10 K6" 1 ' 427 W 80138 . t [itoy] vb. denom. take the tenth of, tithe ;— Qal Impf. 3 ms. ifef 1 S 8 15 ' 7 (c. ace. of thing tithed). Pi. Impf. + Inf. abs. give a tenth of, c. ace. rei : 2 ms. ifryn "ltf? Dt 14 22 ; 1 s. l^tt^Slj ^m Gn 28 K (P); Pi. taking the tenth, Dn^ytpn Ne 1 o 38 . Eipb. (so usu. expl.) Inf&y? Dt 2 6 12 c. ace. cogn. i. e. taking, reckon- ing, tithe, but Inf. cstr. with — improb., < rd. "toy? Pi.; "to?3 Ne io 39 abs., i.e. receiving tithes, but read prob. iB>ya Qal (on anom. points, see Ges* 63 " Dr ' 26 - 1 ' 2 ). t-liUW, and (Ex 12 3 ) Itoy n.[m.] a ten, decade ; — 1. usu. of days : a. a period of ten days Gn 24 S5 (J). b. in phr., BHr£ ("toy) -*^J on <Ae <m<A day of the month Lv 25 9 (H), Ez 20 1 24 1 40 1 Ex 12 3 Lv I6 2 " 23 s7 Nu 29' Jos 4" (all P), 2 K 25'= Je 52 4 , Je 52 12 (seventh day in || 2 K 25"). 2. of strings of instr.: 'V S>33 harp, a <ew(-stringed one) ^ 33 s 144 9 ; ']} alone ^92 4 upon a <era(- stringed instrument). D" 1 ")^ n. pi. indecl. (a) twenty (ancient pl.ofl^y'Pra BA81S76 ; NH = BH; Ar.^/ifj As. esrcX; Sab. nc^ Hom chrM '- 48 ; Eth. bi>>&- Aram. fHW, ^;mv ; Nab. jncy); — I. as car- dinal: 1. without other num.: a. usu. sq. n.s. (esp. nw, Bh», HSK, etc.) Gn 3 1 38 1 S 14 14 Ex 38 18 + 64 1., + *l!?K D'l^y. 20,000 1 Ch 1 8 4 + 7 1. + Ez 45 1 (rdg. «lbK Dn'fy, v. I'^y 2 b). b. sq. n.pl. 2 S f Ex 3 6 23 - 24:2S '+ 4 t." ' +C. sq. n.s. coll. 1 K 5 s . d. n.pl. precedes Gn 3 2" 16ls 2 Ch 3 s + 6 t. «. n. om. Gn 18 3131 ('yn), iK6' + 6t,, as pred. Ex 27 101011 " + 4 t. it. + HBN3 Zc 5 12 . 2.+ other num.: a. c. units, usu. 20 + (c. 1.) unit + n. s. Ju 1 o 23 1 K 1 4 20 + 58 t. (incl. 20+1 X 1000, etc., 27 t.); n. om. Jos 1 5 s2 -J- 2 t. pred.; less oft. unit+ 20 + n.s. Gn 1 1 24 Ex 38 s4 Nu 8«  (allP) + 27 t.; unit+ 20 4-neN3 EZ40 21 Ex 26 s 36 s (both P). b. 20 + unit + n.pl. Nu 7 s ' 8 (P), 1 Ch2 22 +3 t. Chr. tc. n.pl. 4- 20 + unit Jos 19 s0 i Ch 12^ (van d. H. v 28 ). d. c. hundreds, 20 usu. foil.; sq. n.s. iK9 14 Gn6 3 Dt 31"+ 7 t.; n.om. 2Ch3 4 Ezr2 32 =Ne7 35 ; 20+ ioo(n. om.) i-iHtop

Nu7 M . e n.pL+100+20 i Ch is' 6 ; — cf. further nKD. II. as ordinal : 1. 20 alone, '5/ nSC'S in the twentieth year 1 K 15' + 4 t.; n. om. Nu io" + 3 t. 2. a. 20 + unit + ns. Ez 2Q 17 4° 1 - b. ns. + 20 + unit Hgi 15 2Ch7 10 + ; 11s. + unit +20 Exi2 8 ; D?E'3+ 20 + unit iK i6 10 , etc.— Vid. reff. sub ~fV- vvtoy m., rp-vtTy, and n^toy f. . . - : 20 t • • -:' • • -: 8 adj. num. ord. tenth ;— 1. Tftj "fa Dt 2 3 34 ; 'yn Di>3 Nu v M (P); T"J &ftQ Gn8 5 (P) Ez 24 1 + 5t.; '"few? ^hi" 13 Je39'; 'n om. ^^n Gn 8 5 (P), Pb'ja Ez 29 1 33 21 ; other nouns om. T^K? iChi2 ls 25 17 27 13 , PV??? 24 11 ; npfc'jn n#s Ez 29 1 , JTH^n '#3 J e 32 1 . 2. as subst. a ««KA part: f.'abs. np&j Is 6"; f. cstr. WT^ rqpgn Nu 28 s , nn'^j) Ex 16 36 , nn^j; Lv 5 11 6 13 Nu 5 16 ; *>»nn txjty% EZ45 11 ; m. abs. ^Hf^n Lv 27 s2 the tithe (i.e. of cattle, etc.). V"WV ri.jn.. Lv "' I0 tenth part (of ephah ; cf. ® hUarav toC otyi NU15 4 , and na'Nn rvvb'j; 28'; i. e. = lOV , v. further Benz Arch - 182 Now Areh - «■);— abs. 'V Lv i 4 21 + , pfr? Ex 29 40 Nu 28 13 ; pi. D'pfe'j? Nu 28 9 + ;— only P (H), as measure of n^b used in meal-offering Ex 2 9 40 Lv 1 4 10 + 3 t. Lv (H only 23 17 ); Nu 15'+ 26 t. Nu, incl. distributive til?? Kfttyl 2 8 I3 + 4 t. tltogQ n.m. NuW28 tenth part, tithe;— abs. 'D Nu i8 26 4- ; cstr. "tofQ Lv 27 30 + , "&& Neio 39 (bef.it?^Bn); sf.nbyp Lv27 31 ; pi. abs. niifcTJD Ne 12 44 ; sf. D?'Thk'VP Am 4 4 + 3 t.;— . tenth part of homer Ez 45", of bath v". . tithe, payment of tenth part : c. |D rei Gn 14 20 Nu 18 26 ; usu. cstr. bef.n.rei Dt 12 17 14 2328 26 12 Lv 27 3032 2 Ch 31 666 Ne io 3839 13 612 ; abs. Nui8 ji.m.m Mal3 810 2Ch3i 12 Neio" 12 44 ; tW TUtf Dt26 12 «A« year 0/ the tithe (i.e. of tithing); c. genit. pers. paying tithe Am.4 4 Dt 12 611 Lv 27 31 Nu I8 3458 .— Cf. RS 8em - , ' 228tti2n, " d - as «. ; Proph. Lect. ii. n. Now Arch ' L m ' "" w * Benz Arcb ' sw.ieor. Tj r Dt.i68ff. I. VJV Jb 9 9 prob. error for &y, v. Bty. II. UJy v. w». T tmCJJ? n.pr.m. in Asher 1 Ch •j 33 , hatiB, Aaovad. jt£^ (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. | 7 r Ic ascend, Lag BB " (plausibly); v. ^lic, ,^1^ smoke; also Syr. )JJL" (No* 116 ), )JJL, from V fc^ ace. to Hoffm LOB 1882 ' SS0 ; vb. denom. in Ar. NH). fi. ijttfrn.m. Exl9 > 18 smoke;— abs. 'j> Ju 20 38 + , cstr. JB'S Jos 8 20 - 21 , JB$ Ex 19 18 ; sf. "S^ Ex 19 18 , r'JB'Jj Is 34 10 ; — 1. a. of burning city Jos 8 2021 Ju 20 s8 - 40 , cf. Na 2 14 ; heralding a foe Is 14 31 . b. in fig. of destruction of Isr. Is 9 17 , Edom 34 10 . C. sim. of dust-cloud Ct 3"; of transitoriness Ho 1 3 3 Is 51 6 ifr 37 20 (rdg. 'V3, as © y adj. smoking;— 'j> of mt. Ex 20 18 (Gi v 15 ); pi. DWjn DpIKil Is 7 4 «/se smoking firebrands (dying out ; in fig.). fn. ffifaj n.pr.loc. in Shephelah of Judah Jos 15 42 , in Simeon ace. to 19 7 1 Ch 4 32 , Levit. city 6 U ; Atrav, etc.; =]f$ "fa, q.v. p. 92 supr. t pt£^ vb. oppress, wrong, extort (£ pE>y=BH, so OAram. ptPJl; Syr. .olx accuse, slander; As. adj. esku, strong ; Ar. j^—c rough- ness, injustice); — Qal Pf. 'y LV5 21 Ezi8 18 ; 2 ms. sf. ^RpB'J? 1 S 1 2 4 , etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. sf.

  • V$T- V'119 12 ' 2 ; 2 ms. P^il!? Lvi9 13 + , etc.;

/re/ cstr. pty. Ho 1 2 8 , sf. DP t B*V 1 Ch 1 6 21 ^105"; Pt.act. pt?V Pr i4 3, + , fpl.'nipfVn Am 4', etc.; pass. ptt?y Dt 28 29 + , etc.; — 1. oppress, wrong (oft. by extortion, || b»), c. ace. pers. 1 S 1 2 3 - 4 Mi 2 2 LV5 21 19 13 ; esp. the poor and helpless Am 4 1 Dt 24" Je f Ez 22 s9 Zc 7 10 Pr 14" 22 18 2 8 3 Ec4'; also c. ace. cogn. % bllQ) pfV 'V Ez 18' 8 practise extortion, 22 s , take by extortion Lv s 23 and (c. ace. rei) Mai 3 s ; abs. Ho 1 2 s practise extortion; Jb io 3 deal tyrannically (of God); pt. oppressor, extortioner Je2i 12 ^72 4 Ec 4 1 ; pt. pass, as subst. the oppressed ty 103 6 146 7 . 2. oppress a nation Is 52 4 , cf.i/c 105" = 1 Ch 16 21 , yff 1 19 122 , pt. act. oppressor m , pt, pass, oppressed Je 50 33 , in predict, pfljl 'V Dt 2 S 29 , J^rjl 'V v 33 Ho 5". 3. dub. are : in? pt?£ Jb 40 23 a rt«er oppresses him, i.e. rushes violently upon him (sc. the hippopot.; Du P'B*. fr. ?W; >GunkBu VP&] falls, sinks); tff) D"!3 pB*y ptfy

"ItSSf Pr 28" oppressed (1 burdened) with the blood of a person. Pu. i><. f. njJl^BPI Is 23 12 crushed (of conquered Sidon under fig. of woman). ' ptiV n.m. Kc 7 ' 7 oppression, extortion ; — 'j)abs. Je6 6 + ,cstr.fii9 134 Ec5 7 ;— l.Je6 6 22 17 Ez 22 712 yjf 73"; c. genit. subj. 1 19 134 , obj. Ec 5 7 ; as ace. cogn. c. pB"V (q.v.) Ez 18 18 22 M . 2. national oppression, Is 54". 3. concr., yat'w of extortion ^62", so perh. Ec 7' ; as ace. cogn. Lv S 23 (II %•— Is 30 12 59" rd. B%9 Lag Gr al. t pttft? n.pr.m.Benjamite 1 Ch8 39 , AtnjA, A<r«e. Tnj^tpj? n.f. oppression, distress;- — ~ n $$

  1. Is 38" (cf. Ges« 9T ' 481 ) oppression to me 1=

I am oppressed, distressed. Tpityy n.[m.] oppressor, extortioner; — Je22 3 (=PrV 21 12 ). t D^ttJV n.pl.abstr. oppression, extor- tion ;—')) Am 3 9 Jb 35', D-pE'jr Ec 4'. T[nr?CJ3ft3] n.f. extortionate act; — pi. abs. nij3E>yD 31 p r 28 16 great in extortions; "O VX3 Is33 15 gain of extortions. t ["'tt'J/] vb. be or become rich (NH in der. spec, and deriv.; Aram. "V)J|, jIsjx. ; cf. Ar.^i abound with herbage, i*2£ abundance, of herbage, goods, etc.);— Qal Pf 1 s. , !jHE'V Ho 1 2 9 / have become rich ; Impf. 3 ms. ~WV Jb 15 29 he shall not be rich.— i K 22" rd. n'cy'. Hiph. 1. make rich, c. ace. pers. : Pf. 1 s. Wffigl Gn 1 4 23 ; 2 fs. rpBtyn Ez 2 7 s3 (of personif. Tyre';' + ^3in 0^2); /inp/ 3 ms. sf. »#£ (Ges »"»), + ace. cogn.-rcty; 2 ms. sf. «f3jfS Offi ^- 65' </(om do*< greatly enrich it (the land); obj. om. 3 fs.-VEtyn Pr io 22 , so P<. "I'tigD 1 S 2 7 '«  maketh rich (opp. e""lil3). 2. (/atra riches, abs.: /ntp/ 3 ms. "H^ ^ 49 17 . "^f Pr2i 17 Dn 1 1 2 ( + ace. cogn. l?ty); J*."*^ Pno 4 ;

OEtySJ Zc 1 i 6 (Gi Kt ; van d. H. Baer y#j*i)> 

3 mpl. ITtfjp. Je 5 v ; Inf. estr.f 1 ^? Pi- 23*

8 20 . Hithp. P<. "»^ynp P r 1 3 7 one enriching 

himself. CJy s7 n.m. 1817 ' 25 riches;— 'yabs.Gn3i 16 + 27 t., cstr. Est i 4 ; sf. nety J e g*>+ 5 t., BJfty

  • 49 7 Pr 14"; + (or ||) Ity 1 K 3 13 Pr 3 16 + 9 t.;

y n'^y J e 1 7 11 , cf. Eng. 'make money.' ytfti) 3 adj. et n. rich ;— abs. '5? Ex 30 15 + 19 t.; pi. abs. &ypV : Ec io 6 ; cstr. 'TBty ^,45"; sf. n"T$? Mi 6 12 ;— adj. m. 2 S I2 1 - 4 (opp. Bfc-i), Ru 3 10 (opp. ?"!); usu. n.m. <A« ncA, opp. P" 1 !, Prio ls + 3t.; opp. eh 2 S 12 2 Pr i4 S0 +4 t.; opp. jtaK ^ 49 3 ; a l one J e 9 22 Mi6 ,J +5 t., + D5? *W% f 45"; T Is 53 9 is prob. crpt., cf. || D^eh ; Bo Ry Di-Kit VI ^ ; Krochm Gr Che H,rt conj. D-ych f or % and D<ye>B for 'n. r [IB Jl*J/] vb. waste away (cf. As. asasu, moth; Ar. exc mo«A(-worm), exc eatf (of moth; ?denom.); ace. to De* 68 al. e>B>y is denom. from &V, prop, be moth-eaten, but improb.);— Qal Pf. 3 fs. ♦PJ DV30 DE'K'y, f 6 8 my eye ?'« wasted from grief, = 3 1 10 (DJDS ; + TS3, ^p|)j 3 pi. le^'y ^sj; v". fn. V}y n.m. I,5 °' 5 moth (as waster, con- sumer);— 'y abs., Ho 5 12 (|| 3J"), Is 50 9 51 8 ; in sim.^39 12 ; B>V ^?K 1323 Jb^ 28 ; symbol of fragility Jb 4 19 .— 27 10 read prob. e»33y q.v. f I. [J~)l£^J7] vb. be smooth or shiny (?), si vera 1. (cf. nety);— only Qal Pf. 3 pi. «OB> WB^J? Je 5 18 (fig.) they have grown fat, they are smooth (or shine, from fat) ; doubtful word, Thes conj. Vte'V. have grown rich (cf. ® iri3 Ez 2 7 " as merchandise of Tyre ; Co TV?)} t i.e. pt. pass., from VlWS forge, or work skilfully ; Toy iron skilfully wrought; all dubious. til- [JIM?}?] vb. Hithp. think (Arama- ism: BAram. Pt. Tlty, % n^rpK) ; _Hithp. Impf. 3 ms. «? '« netyfV Jon i 6 perhaps fforf will give a thought to us (cf. 3B>n V' 40 18 ). tm.TN*jy (van d. H. ni-) n.f. thought;— cstr. ]X*V 'V Jb 1 2 5 (ni- would be pi., fr. *rf§). t[n2nttJ^]n.f.id.(Aram.: XT^VV; cstr. ^inev Ecclus 3 24 ); -pi. sf. vnihety nss ^, i 4 6 4 . T^riU}!* n.num. one (As. is'ten, one; isten eSrit, eleven; Dl' 73 , Tel Am. [is-]tit, first time; v. Gie ZAWI < mn - m Ges" 7 ' Kb"- 1 ' 218 and reff.);— only + ie'V, rn.fe'V (q. v.)=e?«t>ew, eleventh, Je i 3 39 2 = 52'=2K25 2 , Ez 26 1 40 49 Zci 7 Ex 2 6 7 - 8 36 1416 Nu 7 ra 29 s0 (all P), Dt i 3 1 Ch 12 13 24 12 25 18 27 14 . mrntsf 80 ° " JViritfiy n.pr.deae. 'Astoreth, < 'Astart, 'Aitereth (v. infr.) (MI 17 E>D3 "irW ; Ph. mne>y ( + oft. in n.pr.), n.pr. IflBT? "135? Cook* *""""-

  • •>*« Sab. n.pr. dei inny v. esp. Os ZMOM(1866) '

S7»t r)Wf lb. XMTli (18«S). 376 J> gllSlb. ttOttenuunen, ZMG llv (1900). sjnr.. M p.2S7(r.. ^ s Jkar ; OAram. Palm. "iny (=nnny) in n. pr. ; in Egypt, 'astirati WMM A* u .Eur.3i3. Gk. 'Aorapri; ; on other Gk. equivalents (e. g. 'AQpohhr,) cf. Lewy Fren " 1 "- 148> i96ts«>^.__ L . prol3> artificial, to suggest flffc, orig. ^TTI., lYJR-, cf. /tor, Aorapi-ij, etc.; '$) i K n*+at.; pl.'nhn- Ju2 13 -r3t.-r-rn- lS 7 4 ; i S 3 1 10 id. prob. sg. (Dr al.) ; — 'Astart, 'AStereth (Ao-ropm,pl. Aarraprai, but Ju IO 6 I S j* A(rrapu>6), ancient Sem. goddess (with male counterpart in Moab., Sab. and appar. Ph.); Phoenician deity, D'ris v6n ron^y i k i i 5 - 33 , '* f i3B> 'V 2 K 23 13 ; so prob. 'V JT3 1 S 3 1 10 (rdg. sg.; v. esp. Dr); elsewhere pi., of various local goddesses, called nnne'V (cf. As. ildni u islarat = gods and Istars (i. e. goddesses), usu. + (D^SH, as Canaanitish deities Ju 2 13 10 6 iS 7 4 12 10 ; |p33n V$% f.— Vid. esp. Dr A8htore,h in Hast DB ; on Istar Jastr B,LB.b. »«...«,. 202 1. on'AthtarBae™™'-; on Ph. 'Astart Pietschm G " ,<,hFMn - 184 '-; on 'Ashtoreth Barton JBLia891, ' 73ff - GFM Enc '- Blb - . ]"Yi"^£TOy v. foregoing. f 11. [n^rttTJ?] n.pl.f. only cstr. in phr. 13NX n^TTlf'Si Dt 7 13 28 4 - 18 - 61 (all ||T?^? "W) usu. interpr. either as a. = ewes (Thes) or as b. = young (cf. veneres gregis; in either case with ref. to 'Astart as goddess of fecundity ; R g Bern. 1.292, 457 f.. 2nd .0.310,476^ a d p t i n g b, thinks one type of 'Ast. in Canaan had form of sheep, so Dr"* 7,13 ); cf. also <^lc as name of land fertilized by dew and rain We 8 "™"""'. f in. ni^ntCy n.pr.loc. A<rrapa>6, etc., E. of Jordan (name from worship of diff. forms of 'Astart ; in Egypt, 'astiratu, as E. Jordan loc. WMM a,. u.Eur. 162, 3i3. cf TelAm. n.pr.loc. As- tarti) ; —in Bashan (near Edrei) Dt I 4 (rH-), Jos 12* i3 1231 (all + 'VJ]?), 9 10 iCh6 M = rnne'ya (i.e. rnnc'y jva) j s 21 s7 ; also niwy iT?T> Gn 14 s (© AarapuB Kapvatv, cf. GFM JBL xri(iw7).iMt wno eX pi, name as 'Ashtereth of the two-peaked mt.); cf. further, D??"]J? Am 6' 3 ; — site prob. either Tel 'Aitara, 2 1 miles E. of Sea of Galilee, or Muzeirib, 8 miles further S.; poss. both occur in OT ; cf. esp. Dr A,M * ro,h in Hast DB JjJi.uM, g un JOeoir.2««r. Q^g m Encj. Bib. 836£ t^mPitiV adj. gent, of foreg/Vn 1 Ch 1 i 44 . ny v. I. ruy. fl. Hi")!?] vb. be ready (NH adj. Tny future (as prepared); Ar. j.c be ready, pre- pared (also great, bulky); Syr. ?k^X, % in der. spec, and deriv.) ; — Pi. Imv. ms. sf. ■'TRS} Pr 24 s7 and make it ready i.e. thy work (||'?n). Hithp. Pf. 3 pi. D^?i> vwynn Jb 15 28 which [houses] were prepared (destined) for (i. e. to be) heaps of ruin. TTrty, ["liny] adj. ready, prepared; — 1. abs. "riT?b Tny Jb 15 24 a king ready for the onset; pi. Di>? D^inj? Est 3 14 ready for the day, so 8 13 Qr (Kt tTTiny). 2. ready = skilled Tiy CTn^? Jb 3 s those skilled in rous- ing Leviathan. 3. prepared = impending (cf. NH= future), fpl. Tinny tfrn Dt 3 2 35 tfie im- pending things are hastening (||DTN Di* 3*1113). 4. prepared = stored up, Dnwriyi Is io 13 Kt (Qr DmnhViyi, to differentiate it from above) and their stores have I plundered. [Tiny] 2|) n.m. Gn31,(> he-goat (NH=BH; As. atud-d; Ar. Sjjlc young he-goat; relation to above V not clear ; Thes well-developed, cp. Ar. lie horse fit for running (cf. / mng. great, i.e. perh. full-grown); ace. to Horn" 8247 animal ready to fight); — only pi. DHWy Is 1"+ 13 1.; DHriy Gn3i IO +i3t.; cstr. nWJ Is 34 s ;— as property Gn 3 1 1012 Ez 2 7 21 Pr 27 s6 , food Dt 3 2 14 ; as leaders of flock Je 50 8 (sim.), hence fig. of princes and chief men IS14 9 Ez 34 17 , v. also infr.; as sacrif. victims Is 1" Nu7 I7 + I2t. Nu7, ylr 66 15 and (iron.) 50 913 ; fig. of people and princes in 's great sacrifice Is 34" Je 5 i 40 (sim.), Ez 39 18 , and (idea of sacrif. dropped) Zc io 3 . nro, ^y, "W v. ny sub I. ruy. tnTIS? n.pr.m. Ne II 4 , A8ea, ©L Adapa- adas (very dub.); =TViy 1 Ch 9 4 . tljny n.pr .loc. in Judah 1 S30 30 @ A Aday, ®L Naytk; HPS prop. iny : ; v. iny. /J"^J/ (-/of foil.; peril. = As. atdlu, grow great, cl.etellu, great, exalted ; so Che E, " ,<> ' TimM ' VII. 484. 568 ; Till. 4«  t(l)n^ny, *hrV n.pr.f. et m. (? *< is exalted); — 1. f. Athaliah, daughter of Ahab and Jezebel, mother of Ahaziah king of Judah, ony

rotfoXm: inv 2 K 8 56 n" M = 2 Ch 22 31011 23 1 " 1321 24' ;n;. 2 K tl u»M 2 Ch 22". 2. m. a. I Ch 8 M Oyo&Am. b. Ezr 8 7 A&„, A AdAu, ; @L ro5o«'ov (genit.). c. ^ny one with foreign wife Ezr 10 58 , e a t, A OtfaAi. t[DJ"lJ/] vb. dub.; Niph. Pf. 3 ms . my: Hg Is 9" (^ is 6e cZo^erf to speecA, lii suffocating heat, U-Jui burned by heat; hence Thes scorched, but derived sense dub • v RS"^*»«');_read perhaps nn S j (v /nr) *, burned up, cf. ES'% Krochm Kit Che"*.' • fijni? n.pr.m. Levite 1 Ch 2 6 7 , IW«, (r)o0vi.

  • 'WlPy a.pr.m. son of Kenaz, a hero in

Isr., ro6oviri, Jos 15 17 Ju 1" 3" 1 iCli4 1313 - name of family 2"j n . T[pJiy] vb. move, proceed, advance (NH Hiph,; As. elcku as H., also trans, bring, move; Ar. Js£, Jic precede, pass forth, be- come free, grow old; Aram. ja£x, pnj? grow old, Palm. adj. pny old);— Qal Pf. 3 fg. npnjf f6 s , 3 pi. Ipny Jb 21'; /m;>/ 3 ins. pnjTJb I4 13 18 4 ; — 1. move iepBD 1IJ US) Jb'i 4 ,s , so i8 2. advance (in years; Aramaic sense) 21' (||W); hence = grow old and weak

  • 6 a (of eye, || n^). H iph. Pf. 3 p l. 1p>nj?n

Jb 32 16 (Gi ; van d. H. Baer v 15 ), Pr 25'; Impf. 3 ms. pny.'l Gn 1 2" 26"; Pt. P'PWD Jb 9 5 ;— 1. move forward (sc. tent) = proceed Gn 1 2" (DBto , II loc), 26" (Dt?D); so fig. Jb 32 16 (v. supr.j words have moved away from them (DO?), but v. prob. gloss (Bu al.). 2. Jb o 5 he who re- moveih mountains. 3. very late Pr 25 1 transcribe (remove from one book or roll to another; © ^eypu^avro, $> Iranstulerunt ; so in mediaeval Heb. : Zunz ZMG " lv(lm >'* ,7f =e«»- Schr. ill.63f "ins; ')•

  • pjlfif adj. forward, arrogant (of speech)

(Thes free (v. Ar.), unrestrained); — 1 S 2 3 f 3i" > 94 4 ; so also 75" (cf. "MX).

pi?y adj. Thes (ancient and so) valuable; 

< advanced, eminent, surpassing (cf. ,j^lc preceding, hence surpassing, choice Lane l9 ' ,; ) ; — 'V fin Pr 8 1S eminent wealth. Tp'ny adj. eminent, surpassing, choice (v. P0y);— 'V nMO Is 23' 8 cAoz'ce a«iVe. t [p'njr] adj. removed, old ;— 1. removed, D ^'? WJ Is 28° i.e. weaned (|| a^TO isDS; on cstr. v.Ges*" *). 2. old,ancient (Aramaism: FW, Jx.ksJL, old), D'p-ny cn:nri j ch 4".

1- ["1/1 V] vb. pray, supplicate (always to 

God) (cf. Ar. 'J~i. slaughter for sacrifice De G " (4) SI 'We BI "" tnlllI ". I «i»«l<'-R).l'8.H2. RgBeml.2IOf. ; 2„d«l., Krr );— Qal Impf. 3 ms. "6 Tp|*) Gn 25 : ', ^«  Ex8 M io la Jui 3 8 ; ^N-^-in^Jb33^.- Mipb. 6« supplicated, entreated (and grant entreaty ; always of God),usu. c. h of worshipper (v.bs d): Pf. 3 ms. consec. D$ -iByj] i s , 9 *. Imp f 3 mg v "iny'l Gn 25- 1 2 Ch 33 13 , vb iny>l EzrS 23 ; c. n??/<w *'<e fane? 2 S 2i H 24"; /«/ abs. "foTOI Dnb 1 Ch 5 M ; c*<r. (as subst.) 'iWiyn 2 Ch 3 3 '». Hiph. = Qal, »«a^e su]>plicalion, c. !»K, S>: P/. T^f *TBP?1 Ex 8"; /mp/ 2 ms. rbx -Vfiyn Jb 22"; Imv. mak**^ rwp^n Ex8-* 9 M , j> io 17 ; also c. i> pers. m 6e/ja?/ 0/ whom, Impf. 1 s. V " |, ^y^ Ex 8 s , so Imv. vonyn, c. nya vH ti. [">ny] n.[nx.] suppliant, worshipper (l ; so usu., but dub.); — only pl. sf. ""iny Zp 3 10 . tH. [^J"1J^] vb. be abundant, si vera 1. (as Aram, loan-word; TTO, »&^, be rich = Heb.iry);— WTiph. Pt. fpl nbriy: p r 2 f ( f enemy's kisses; De excessive; opp. D'JDM) ; Toy prop. nV^jJj _ or nU;3 ; crooked, hypocritical. Hiph. 7y. 2 mpl. B3 , '?.:H ^ DFrwyn Ez ^ ye have multiplied against me your words (|| I^Wl 0=^3 ^V del. as gloss Co after ©, Toy reads sg., and thinks verb due to Aramaiztng scribe. '1"yj8 n - f - abundance (Aramaism, si vera 1.);— cstr. Je33 6 I will reveal to them abundance cf peace, etc. (corrupt ace. to Gie Buhl L "; Vrss. render variously). 'y?¥ a-Pr.loc. (A/dub.);— in Judah Jos 15" {^a<; A@L A6tp), in Simeon 19 7 (ud ep; ' in both sq. ]VV); perhaps = Tjny q . v .- perhaps (Conder*-"""-*) 'Air, e. 2 miles NW. of Beit Jibrin (cf. GASm Ceoer ' M *' 1 ). III. "IJiy (y^of following). fn. hny] a.[m.] odour (si vera 1.) (so Vrss.);— cstr. ">nj| Ez 8", of incense.

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