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

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ב, בּ, Beth, 2nd letter; post B Heb. – numeral 2 (and so in margin of printed MT); ב= 2000; no evidence of this usage in OT times. I. בְּ, prep. In (Moab. בּ, Syr. XXX, Ar. XXX, Eth. XXX) before tone-syllables in certain cases (Ges § 102.2) בָּ, with suff. בִּי; בְּךָ (Ex 7:29 2S 22:30 Ψ 141:8 בְּכֶה), in pause and fem. בֶּךְ; בּוֹ (once, Je 17 :24 Kt בֹּה),

“=2; D313, [Ia-3|]; DE, D-Z' [also raga; 1'Ex 304 36' Hb 1"], to; +1 8 317 Is 38" Ez 42“ [I5 times in]? (Frau), and thrice, Lv 5” Nu 13“ J e 5", Halal]. Prep. de- noting properly in, Gk. s’v, but applied in many derived and fig. significations. The senses expressed by are grouped by the Rabbis in three classes, 15?? “‘3 Beth casculi, “Q‘JEUI WHO “‘3 Beth coniunctionia ct oicim'ae, film w; Beth auxilii; and the same arrange- ment may be followed here, though the limits between the three classes are not clearly de- fined, and they sometimes overlap one another.

I. In: 1. strictly, of position in a place (which often is expressed more precisely by 3511?), as “T33 in the house, Til-3| in the city, "MB in the pot, fits; in the land, etc. constantly. Heb. idiom also says 'lfl-Zl in the mountain Ex 24“ etc., even in cases where we could hardly avoid saying on, as I K II’ 19": so 31h? Dt I" al.; “QB Ex 24” 4, 72“. Preceded by a verb of motion (esp. ‘21)) :;|=th7'0ugh, as Gn I 2‘ and Abram passed through ntfi; in the land=passed through it, 13" 2 S 24’+; in(=th/rough) agate, Is 6210 Je 17" Mi 2“. Fig. to speak in the ears of ...; to be good (or evil, etc.) TS]? in the eyes of. . , 2. of presence in the midst of a multitudel among, Ex 14" there was not left DE? among them even one, Lv 26“ 2 S 15’l Ahitophel D‘fitfpa is among the conspirators, 2 K 18‘ nznn; 9:59 55.3. So a; in thee (of Israel, coll.) Dt 7“ I5” 18'“ 2'3“ 28“ (difl'. from HP}? beside thee Lv 2 5“).——Spec. a. of an individ., implying eminency among: J os I4ls J e46“ Tabor among the mountains, 49“ Prgo” Ct 1'3 D"??? “EU the fair one (=the fairest) among women, La I': cf. Luke I": On 1 S I7" v. Dr. 1:. hence with some verbs, when the


action refers to only a part of the object, as “$0 to smite among... i.e. to smite some of. (difl'. from “EU with accus.); I'll? $78"; NE”? to bear in, i.e. to share in bearing, Nu I I" al.; to build in or at Zc 6“ Ne 4‘; “w Ex 5'; to labour on J on 4‘“; 59$, not? to eat or drink of Ju 13“ 121.96; p55! to give a share in J b 39". c. specifying the parts of which a whole consists (esp. in P) Gn 721 811 910.10 I723 Ex 1219 Nu 3111.25 Ho 43' 3. with ref. to the limits enclosing a space, within: Ex2olo T35}??? within thy gates, Is 565 ‘13le within my walls. 4. often pregn. with verbs of motion, when the movement to a place results in rest in it, into .- after 8? Gn 19‘ Is19”; ID; Gn 27"; tosemd Lv 16”; in among Jos 237'" I K II’.—Ho 127 (an extreme case) 3W- to return (and rest) in thy God, I S 163 (unless “$32 should be read, as v7).— I??? ii? (with) eye (looking) into eye 1'Nu 14" Is 52‘; D??? Dug +Dt 5‘; ’? ‘2‘}! the eyes of are upon, both in favourable (DtII" 4, 101‘) and hostile (Am 98 J b 7") sense. 5. applied to time, as Gn Il DEW-NE? in the begin- ning; 2’ militia D‘l'él on the seventh day; J u 10" N'UU FEW-El in that year; & constantly. 6. of a state or coudition, whether material or mental, in which an action takes place: so oft., D55??? in peace Gn I5“; “1!? in distress \IrgI“; ‘51,]? Till)? to walk in his integrity; Ex 5" in evil case. 7. introduces the predicate, denoting it as that in which the subj. consists, or in which it shews itself (the Beth easmtiae,-—common in Arabic, esp. with a ptcp. or adj. and in a negative sentence: Qor 27' L5 and God (appears) not as one remiss; 27 “ not believers [comp. French en—m honnéte homm] ; v. W‘G'Lm‘): viz. a. a primary pred., Ex 18‘ the God of my fathers was my help, 1” I46” Ho 13’ (rd. ‘1? ‘3 with (5 6 Che 111.); 4r 68‘ it??? 74:? his name consists in Yah, J b 23“ 37'“. With the pred. in the pl. (as pl. maj.) 4r I187 " J. is my

U; and they are 89 great helper, 54" (v. Che), Jun 35 . b. a secondary pred., Ex6 3 and I appeared unto them *J|J i>K3 as God Almighty, Nu 26 s3 n ?P^3 as an inheritance, 34 s Ez46 16 47 14 Dt io 22 26 14 I have not put away therefrom NCC3 as one unclean = while unclean, 28 62 Is 40 10 Kfr pjns he cometh as a strong one, yjr 35 s (where v. De) and rise up as my help, v 16 , 30 7 55" Pr 3 26 Jb 36 32 (De). c. a pred. as accus., Is 48 10 1 have refined thee IDM tib) hut not as though silver, Ez 2o 41 ; Nu 18 26 36 s Jos 13 67 23 4 Ez 45 1 47 2222 ( r d. 6$) 48 20 (v. © Co) all ntaa (cf. b), + 78 s5 & allotted it nbnj iona as a line of inheritance (i.e. as a measured inheritance). is26 4 tnfrv yet mm ma -Q 3 n n33 by the river Chebar (i 3 by). 2. on: Gn8 20 Nu2 3 2 n3ja3 n the altar; Ju8 21 on the necks of the camels ; 1 K 2 5 al. ^jnm on his loins ; Is 59" a helmet Svthl on his head. 3. often with verbs of touching, approaching, taking hold of, cleaving, etc., as 1™, p31, pK'n, VI), tWJ, 335, V3B, Tjpn, B>Efi (see these words). 4. with words expressing or implying an act of hostility — a. against : Gn 16 12 13 bb T1 %2 fV his hand against all, and the hand of all against him ; 3 'B T iinl Dti3 10 1S5 9 i8 17 + oft. Hence after verbs (q.v.) of fighting (DO?:, an), going up to in- vade (r6y), being angry ("OS/Tin, *!?*!, P]N rnn), sinning or acting treacherously (Nt?n, 133, Tip, mo, bye, )#f, l|j>t?, 3JP, ETG), testifying (njy, Tyn), mocking (3^1 brin), /eeZ ? ' w? loathing (pP), rebuking (lyj: prop, to protest loudly), speaking (131: Nu 12 s "), etc., & even (an ex- treme case) Ho 7" '3 VNDJ they turn aside (so as to be) against me. In a weaker sense mjB pnipp mingens ad parietem 1 S 25 s2 al. b. down to, upon {super with accus.), esp. in such phrases as ^3 1W Lv 20 9 al. his blood be upon him; iSM$13 1D1 his blood be wpora. his head Jos 2 19 ; W»h» (* 3^,1) 31E> J u 8 57 (nyi),

K 2 s3 (Di), v 44 (ny'i), ,/, 7 17 (ibpy); 'b jyj joj 

ie>Nl3 1 K 8 s2 & oft. in Ez, as 9 10 ' 1 1 21 . III. 1. With — a. of accompaniment: Nu 20™ 133 Dy3 with much people, Jos 22 s Ju 1 1 34 1 K 1 o 2 2 K 5 9 Je 4 1 15 ; Ex 2 i 2i and he shall give D7?S3 with arbitrators (arbitrators being em- ployed), Is 8" :ne!>3 with iny disciples, i.e. having them present; Ex 8 113 Jo 1 1 19 10(1^3 py a tree with its sap; 1 K 19 19 ibyn D , 3B'3 iom and he with the 12th. b. often of what one takes or brings with one: Gn 32 ,M b£03 with my staff I passed over Jordan, Ju n 54 15 1 1 S i 24 Is 7 24 ; Mi 6" al. 3 Dip to go to meet with; 3 K3 to come with Lvi6 3 fr66 13 71". (In Arabic this usage is developed more fully than in Hebrew, and ^ Js lit. to come with, M C**i lit. to go away with, are used idio- matically in the sense of to bring, and to take away respectively: W AG "-» Mb .) Hence I'NS, D ?? 3 > 7?*. &2 = without, c. of concomitant (or surrounding) conditions, as filBns with (or in) haste ; plX3 wrcU (or m) righteousness ; njJB'B t - re error ; ISiE* bipZH nyVTTB 2 S 6"; often in such phrases as inp"IS3 1// 31 2 in thy righteousness; I^Dns m thy mercy Ex 15 13 ; — ^lEWa wt '<A. my happiness .'= happy am I Gn 30"; //- 29 4 the voice of * is 033 wj'<Apower= is powerful; EX32 12 nyi3 wt ^ evil purpose; ^•73 8 ""39 "» wickedness; 90'° ni«33 tw'di strength. 2. of the instrument or means : as a. 3in3 w i t h t he sword Ex 5' etc.; D&Q3 wti/t the feet Is 28 3 ; . . . T3 by the hand of. (v. sub T); to stone ?3K3 or mJ3«$3 toiV/j stones Lv 20 2 Nu i4 10 etc; 3 nriB» to drink with a cup Gn44 5 Am 6 s (cf. in Aram. Dn5 2 ); to cry fil33 with the throat Is 58 1 ; to burn E*N3 m or wt'<A fire (oft.) ; to slay or to perish 3yi3 through hunger or 1313 through pestilence Ex

3 Je2i 9 +oft, (cf. Jb27 15 raft niB3); to 

save with or by Ju 7 7 1 S 14 6 . b. idiom., with certain verbs, as 3 pPIB* to play with Jb 40 29 ; 3 13JJ to labour with a person (as with an in- strument), i.e. to use him as a slave Ex i" Je 22" 2 7 7 al.; 3 riVV J e 18 23 Ne 9 24 Dn 1 1 7 Est i 15 2" 3 11 6 6 ; & perh. 3 131 (of God) to speak with one Nu 12 28 * al. (v. Ew« a7t<3) ; Dr 8m ' L 23 ' 2 ). Further by33, mn<3 «33nn to prophesy with or by " or Baal, * or Baal being the in- spirer; 3 ?£{?, tJHl to inquire or ask by means of a god (or oracle), c. .11.T3 through '•< ( = by His aid) in many connexions, as yfr 18 30 44" 5 6 511 60 14 Is 26' 3 4 5 25 Ho 1 7 Zc io 12 ; with pass, verbs Dt 33 s9 Is 45 17 (to be saved): and even of the immediate cauee Nu 36 s to be commanded mn , 3 by Gn 9' D1X3 by man shall his blood be shed (both unusual), Ho 14 4 . d. allied is the use of 3 in such phrases as 90 to bless, swear, speak, prophesy, etc., DB/3 in the name of . . . (i. e. the name being used or appealed to in the act) Dt 6 13 Je 1 1 21 , etc. (so to swear mrpa by '> Jos 2" etc., fra'a Is 62 s ; to bless 13 with thee Gn 48 20 , to swear with me yjr 102', i.e. using my name in oath, Je 29"); almost=in the authority and power of 1 S 17 46 25 s 1 K 2 1 8 Mi 4 s Zc io 12 ^ 20 6 44 6 89 s . e. n©3 or nS3 by means of v;hat f how ? Gn 15 8 Ju 6 i» ^5.6.10 , K 22 ji Mal 2 i 7 n x, a hy TOeang f this Gn42 15JB Ex7 17 NU16 28 ; with this=on this condition Gn 34** 1 S 1 1 2 Is 27". 3. of cost or price (the Beth pretii), the price, whether given or received, being treated as the instrumental means by which the act is accom- plished, with, for, at the cost of: thus regularly a. with -OB> hire Gn 30 16 , n"1B redeem Ex 34 20 , fen« 6e<ro<A 2 S 3 14 , Hg & M y 2 S 24 s4 ; i K 2 23 te>M3 a< </«? co«« 0/ ids life hath A. spoken this word, 2 S 23 17 who went OnVcaja at peril of their lives, Pr 1™ La 5' Jos 6 s6 '"•n?-: ™ 33 a ' tt« pnc« 0/ his firstborn shall he lay its foundations, 1 Ch 12" ttHSfcnS <o the jeopardy of our heads he will fall away, etc. b. with 130 seZ? Dt 21"; 122 serve Gn 29 18 ' 20 Ho 1 2 " ; TDH exchange Lv 2 7 10 Ho 4 7 their glory I will exchange for ignominy, i/e 106 20 ; 'HB'33 fro to give /or interest Lv25 37 /m5 6 ; in other con- nexions Gn 23" 47 16f - Is 45 13 La 1" Ct 8 711 ; Dt 19" P5? 3 fX Vm®*?. life for life, eye for eye; Is2» mn aOTJ/np «wA«< is he to be ac- counted? 7 23 athousand vines IDa n?? 3 ^ athou- sand (shekels of) silver. — Hence (perhaps) the idiom, usages ri J?' 3 ^JK* year for year, one year like another, annually Dt 1 5 20 al. ; Di'3 Di' (late), Di'a Di'a ti S 18 10 ; Dysa oyaa ( T . tip, Off); BHha enh +1 Ch 27 1 . 4. rather peculiarly, in certain cases where the object of an action may be treated as the instrument by which it is accomplished : as t^Nia jPJfj to shake with the head Je 18 6 Jb 16 4 (as well as BWl fflQ ^2 2 8 ); to open with the mouth Jb 16 10 , with the lips f2 2 8 ; to gnash with the teeth Jbi6 9 (to gnash the teeth ^35 16 ); to wink with the eye Pr 6 13 (to wink the eye, ib. io 10 ); ^ip3 jnj to utter with the voice ifr 46' 68 s4 Je 12 8 (but Pip |nj is more common); to stretch out with the hand La i 17 ; flBB3 Cnn (unusual) Ex 7 20 . So DK/3 tOi? to call with the name — in diff. senses, ace. to the context, viz. to irroclaim Ex 33" 34 s Is 44' f49 12 ; to invoke Gn 4* 12 8 1 K I8 24 " 2 * Is 12 4 ; to rcaroe honourably Is 43 1 ». Cf. Ew' 282 " Ges» 119 - 3bB - W AG "- ,Mb " De ib'**:*** 5. with a cau8al forcej ^ r0M ^ ^ account of: Gn 18 28 n^t?na Wlffriri w ilt thou destroy on account of five the whole city? Lv

s9 Nu 16 26 Dt 9" 24 16 :vrov iKcna j^k they 

shall be put to death, each because of his own sin (cf. Je 3 1 30 Ez 3 18 , v. 18 17 ) 2 S 3 s7 14 7 (cf. Jon i») Is 7 4 (|||D) 28 7 (|| JO) so i 53 ' 57" J e 51- +5 U1 6' (|| ») 31" 3 2 3 4 2 19 90 9 94*. So in f&, b>?3 (v. -rate, bbi), & ( sts .) in nana a t, through, the word of. . . . 6. of the material with which a work is wrought, both absol. anja 7f$ to work with gold Ex 3 1 4 1 K 7"; and to make a thing with (in our idiom, of) gold Ex 3 8 8 Ez 7 20 1 K 15 22 (Hja). Without a verb Lv 1 3 s2 2 Ch 9 18 . 7. with for although, in spite of (cf. Germ, bei alle dem): Lv 26 27 Nu 14 11 ninkn ^)ba i n spite of all the signs that

have wrought, Dt I 32 Is 47" ^ 27 s ; esp. in 

the phrase ntfri>33 for all this Is s 25 9 1 »- 16 -2° io 4 V 78 32 al. (Cf.'in Ar. O. Qor 9 s5 .) 8. of a standard of measurement or computation, with, by: Ex 12 4 nfefej np3D3 by the computa- tion of souls ; Lv 5 25 al. ^"ijfa by thy reckoning; Ez 4 10 ; 1SD03 by number Dt 25'+ ; . . . lappa by the number of . . . Lv 25 1 " Nu I 2 , etc.; Bhpn b?p2 Ex 30 13 al. (in P); TOKa often (v. nBK); Dt 3 11 B*N ni2Sa oy the cubit of a man;

S 1 4 s6 ![^n jasa. Of a model, Gn i 26 «pbsa 

tw our image, 5 1 - 3 Ex 25 40 ; fTja w«'«Zi the way (=in the manner) of . . . Is io 2426 Am 4 10 . IV. 3 is used also with certain classes of verbs, though the explanation of its use may be sometimes doubtful : viz. a. with verbs of taking refuge, trusting, relying, as PPi^D, n P3, n P?> 15?^. b. with verbs of ruling, governing, restraining, as ^O, i'B'O, B*M, "IXJ?, PITl, ts^tr. C. with verbs of rejoicing, feeling pleasure or satisfaction, etc., as ?*|, $?, WC, nce>, }»SPI, 'T)> "^? (but with this verb fO is more common). [Prob. a case of III. 5. j d. with verbs expressive of sensible perception, to denote the pleasurable or attentive exercise of the faculty concerned, as 3 J?BB> to listen to,

D^an, nyj, ntn, to look upon, a nnn to smell 

at (see these words), e. occasionally also with verbs of speaking, thinking, mentioning, knowing, to denote the object of the action, as 3 na^ to speak about Dt 6 7 ^ 87 s al. (v. sub TO; ? &•, "JC 1 , D^ V44'63 7 69 13 ; VT Je 38 s4 ; 1?; once Je 3 16 , Tajn oft,; ^ 71 6 V^NJ ^2 of thee is my praise. V. Followed by an inf. c, 3 forms a periphrasis for the gerund, though in English it is commonly to be rendered by a verb and conj., viz.: — 1. as a temporal conj., as Gn 2* DNiana in their being created = when they were created, 4 s Dni^na in their being (=when they were) in the field; and constantly. Some- times it has in appearance the force of after that, as Gn 33 18 Ex 3 12 13"; hut as a rule this is really due to the action denoted by the inf. being treated as extending over a period within which the action of the principal verb takes place : so esp. in the phrase «> K "}^ J1KX3 QnXBD, even of events at the close of the 40 years, Dt 4** 23 s Jos 5", the whole period being treated as that in which Egypt was left (comp. 2 K 2 1 , where the time included is future). Cases, however, occur in which this explanation will hardly apply, as Dt 2 7 412 . 2. as a causal conj. (cf. above III. 5), as Gn 19 16 * nppns V?V through J.'s having compassion upon him, Exi6 7 33 16 34 w Dt i 27 Unk ntufett through J.'s hating us, etc. (9 s8 similarly J?),' 1 K 18 18 (=in that ye have . . .) Ez 9* 43 s 44 7 2 Ch 28 s . 3. as a concessive conj., when — though : Is I 15 +■ 4 6 ' HS " ) ' l '?7 : ? though the earth do change. Note. — Ex io 12 '"I3"]K3 can only be rendered 'with the locusts,' the locusts being con- ceived as implicit in Moses' uplifted hand: but prob. n|1f6 should be read. Thrice in late Heb. 3 is used peculiarly : 1 Ch 7 s3 for with misfortune was it in his house ( n Vl? chosen for the purpose of explaining ny"! 3 ); g™ nSK^Ba DiTpy it devolved upon them with the work ; Ezr 3' for with terror (was it) upon them from the peoples of the countries (the sentence without a verb as oft. in Chr.: Dr lutr.KHf.) . cf 8 m Comp . Ew' 295 '- tfeS poet, for S (v. sub to: cf. Sab. M, DEM""***") Is 25 10 Qr (<Kt ♦$») 43 s 44> 619 + u 2 Jb 9 30 Kt ( > Qr 'M) 1 6 45 1 9 16 3 f. II. 3, perh. abbrev. in n.pr. for "J3, rV3 q.v. HMO v. sub Ni3. ffHfcO] vb - onlv **■ make distinct, plain (so NH.Aram.; Lag BN68 prop. for Q a n^3,nj<3, cf. deriv. infr.; Thes & most comp. Ar. JLT dig a pit or well,hut this prob. denom. v. Lag 1 ") — Pi. Pf. 3 ms. "K?3 Dt i 5 , Imv. "K?3 Hb 2 2 ; Inf. abs. 1X3 Dt 27 s (cf. Bo im '*) — make distinct, plain, of letters on tablets Hb 2 2 "^ IK?? pin 3ha 13 Klip fH> fjrpb ninj>n, i.e. so that one may run past and (still) read; or, so that one may read swiftly; on stones Dt 27 s '75? J?anai ac'n "1N3 .... D'iaKn and thou shalt write upon the [whitewashed] stones all the words of this law, doing it plainly and well; fig. exj>lain, expound Dt 1 ' JTjinn "1N3 fl&O ?'{<in Moses began (and) expounded the law. tlNQ n.f. 0nKn well, pit, mostly Hex, Gn

1. Ex 1 1. Nu 5 1., 37 t. in all ; Ar.^lj , Aram. 

SOX3, -V3, K-J'3, )U, Sab. 1N3 DHM z " au75 -« 0, ) As. beru, Lyon 8 *'"" 161 (connexion with above /not clear; Lag 1,0 " spring of water, as coming to UgJd, appearing ; possible, although meaning in use rather well, than spring; v. however, Gn 16 14 cf. v 7 26 19 Nu 21' 7 )— '3 abs. Gn 2i»+ ; cstr. 2i 19 + ; sf. X$$ Pr 5 U ; pl - abs - n ^ Gn 26 15 ; cstr. id. 26 18 ;'cf.ion niKSnita Gn 14 10 ; — 1. a well, often as made by digging C 1 ? ) Gn2i 2630 (E), 2 6 ■ 51919 - 21 - 22 - 32 (all J), also poet. Nu 2i 18 (+ ma) vid. also v 1617 (where the well addressed, in song, "itQ ^pg); also c. ma in prose Gn 26 25 ; also with no ref. to its origin Gn 16" (J; || H? v 7 ), 29 s Ex2 is (J) Nu 20" 2i m (E) 2 S 17'" 1 ; CTO(n) 1S3 Gn 2 i 19 (E) 24"(J; || P5? vv 131643 - 46 ); (cf. also 21 25 26 18 supr. & esp. v 19 D^n D?p 1X3); water taken from it by drawing (aSB-) Gn 24 1120 ; flocks watered from it (*$? n -jp) 29 2 - 38 - 10 (cf. esp. Ex 2 16 they drew, rbl, and filled the troughs) ; also mxa ^inp . . . . D^p mf Pr 5 15 (|| 113); the opening called ">K3n '3 Gn 29 !.3.3.8.io. cf / 3n >jb 2 Si7' 9 (rd. prob. '3 so Sam. $(333, cf. Dr); fig. of fresh delights of woman beloved Ct 4 15 D»n D?p 1K3 D»fl f!l/p |i33p"|p D , pfl31 . 2 . pit ( = ""3) ; pits of bittt- mln Gn 14 10 (cf. supr.); nriB> 1N3 f 55" pit of (the) grave; cf. 69 16 n*| 1K3 fy -iBKrr^ and let not (the) pit shut its mouth over me (|| npisp); fig. of strange woman niX 1X3 a narrow pit, out of which rescue is difficult Pr 23 s7 (|| nriW n i?~S). 3 - as n.pr.loc. a. c. H— loc. '1"1N3 a station of Isr. in desert Nu2i 16 , possibly = E^N 1X3 Is 1 5". b. same form Ju 9 21 , ace. to Euseb. Lag Onomm2ndedai0 8 miles north of Eleutheropolis; cf. Eob BBItt2 who comp. el- Blreh, near Beth-shemesh. D^N 1N2 v. 1N3 3. a. "hi*""! TD "INS n.pr.loc. (lit. well of the living One that seeth me) Gn 16 14 (where ex- plan., from story of Hagar) 24 s2 25 11 (all J); perh. name of ancient shrine or holy place, cf. sta zAwn.347 & dj Gn 16 14 ; W. of Kadesh, cf. Jer sub Barad, Lag °° om - !* M ^ ls> , v. Rowlands in WilUams^ 1 ' 01 "' 489 Trumbull K * d " h - B * rne * 64 . "»H3

tj?ntr "1X3 n.pr.loc. Beersheba (well of seven, explained Gn 21 30 " as place of swear- ing by seven lambs, or, well of oath, v. nyaE*; cf. same meaning otherwise derived 26 s3 )— V2f 1K3 Gn 26*+ 13 t,, WBON3 J og /<,'; J»# 1N3 Gn 2i"+i8t.; V# ITJPJ (n_ loc.) Gn 46 1 — south from Hebron, ace. to Onom. c. 20 miles Lag 0aom - 10S - 234 ' a " 1 •*■ >* «» • mo d. Bir-es- Seba, 1 2 h. fr. Hebron Bob BB '• ^ f - Survey" 1 - »♦ Gn ■I*"*" 22'»'» 26^ 28'° 46" Jos i 5 » 19 2 Ju

1 lS 3 »8» 2Sl 7 »2 4 ' lK I9 S 2Kl2 2 2 3 8 

Am 5 6 1 Ch 4 28 2 Ch 1 9 4 24 1 Ne 1 i 27 - 30 ; in phrase ' 3 " n yi f'TO./rom Dan to BeersJieba (i.e. all the territory of Israel, v. f) Am 8 14 Ju 20 1 1 S 3- 2 S 3 10 17" 24 216 1 K 5 5 , & (only Ch) JOB" 1X3J? rr 1 ^ f rom Beersheba to Dan 1 Ch 2 1 2 2 Ch 30 5 . T N"}N3 n.pr.ni. a man of Asher 1 Ch 7 s7 . trn^S n.pr.m. a Reubenite 1 Ch 5 s . T ifnNl n.pr.loc. (but only 2 S 4 s ace. to Masorah, v. BD 8 " 2 - 25 elsewh. rnN3), city of the Gibeonites Jos 9 17 ; assigned to Benjamin 2S4 2 Josi8 25 ; cf. alfoEzr2 25 Ne7 29 ; mod. el- Blreh Bob BBI462 Bd r * 1214 Survey" 1 - 88 . t^n^Nl adj.gent. always c. art. 2 S 4"-», 23 s7 = , niari 1 Ch n 39 ; pi. Dvntcan 2 g 4 ». + "J i^if^ — '^?^ f^*® n.pr.loc. Dtio 6 (cf. Nu 33 31 ' 32 , where py «r0, a station of Isr. in desert, prob. in country of Hoiites, cf. Di. T , "1N1 n.pr.m. (my welt). 1. a Hittite, Esau's father-in-law Gn 26 s4 . 2. Hosea's father Ho i 1 . t[lN2] n.m. J,,2 - ls cistern, pit, well (for 1N3 cf. -fa)— sg. Kt 1N3 2 S 23 1S - 16 - 20 (Qr "13); appar. well v 1516 (rd. perh."W?3), fit v 20 ; pi. Je 2 13 me they have forsaken, the fountain of living water, Bna|*a JV1N3 n ! ,1K3 orb 3fr6, to hew out for themselves cisterns, broken cisterns, etc. t"rt3 n.m. Gn37 - 20 pit, cistern, well (="^3, MI "13, Ar. g. 'yi hole or hollow for cooking, As. burtum Dl rr 182 , Mrw Lotz"" 169 )— 'a abs. Gn 3 7" 2 + ; 13 Ex 2 1 33 (2 S 23 20 Qr, V.1N3 supr.); cstr.lia Kio 14 + (2S2 3 ,5 - ,6 Qr, v.nxa supr.); rn:3(n_ loc.)Gn 37 M ; sf. l l"l l i3Is36 16 = n3 2Ki8 :!1 ; ^'3 Pr5 15 ; pi. nina Gn 3 7 20 - r 3t.; Tins Dt6":— 1. cistern, containing water, made by digging (3Vn) Dt6" 2CI126 10 Neg 25 ; also (without ret to origin) Pr 5" (|| "*») Lv 1 1 36 (II r T VP), iSi9 2l Is36 ,, = 2Ki8 31 . 2. later appar. «*«  ( = TN3) 1 Ch n 17 ' 8 =Qr 2 S 23' 616 (yet now no

  1. H3

well at Bethlehem Bob BB '■ 47 °- 473 cf. also Survey" 1 - 28 Gue-rin;""*"- 1 *'), cf. Ec 12 6 & Je 6 7 Kt V|Stf ■WO ia as a we?; caste^. om< t'fe water (Qr T3) ; but "Vpn perh. &ee;> cooZ, /res/t © 33 Hi Gf. 3 . pit Ex 2 1 33 (vb. nna), v 33 (ma), cf. v 34 ; cf. fig. V'7 ,6 of wickedness (II fine'; v b. lT l3, nan); iS 13 6 as hiding-place; 2 S 23 20 (Qr)=i Ch n 22 2 K io 14 1$ ;V3 113; of pit into wh. Joseph was cast Gn 37 20 - 22 - 24 (D)p is px pn ttsnj) yjuwi ^ JE ^ cf. further Je4i 7 - 9 ; fig. of Sarah 'as mother of Israel '3 T13J3D I s gi>; fig. f calamity + 40 3 l*P nia ; c f- *88 7 ni>nnn 's. 4. ^eon (pit with no water in it Je 38" Zc 9" cf. Gn 37 24 supr.) Gn 4 o ,3 4 i 14 (E) . Is 24 s2 Je 3 8 66 (0)1? r « / a) v 7.9.io.n. 1S . alsQ nto?J n , 3 ^. s<m Ex

29 Je37 16 ; fig. of exile Zcg n (13 D?0 }<K "1130); 

cf. also La 3 53M . 5. (poet. & late; never c'. art.) pit of the grave Pr 2 8' 7 ; so 'a "33K stones of the pit Is i4 19 (of sepulchre, walled with stones) & of Sh"61 f 30 4 (|| W) ; '3 >ray_ hins of (tlie) pit, i.e. remotest pit Is 14 15 (11^1X5?) Ez 3 2 s3 esp. in phrase "113 *fp those going dmm to (the) pit ty 28' 143 7 Is 38 18 Ez 26 20 32 25 - 29 - 30 ; also, (II^IXK'), -f88 5 Pri 12 ; further Ez 26 20 3 2 ,a - 24 (all Ttm$ }ns) : 3J.4..6 (both || p K n'rinri; v 14 1| also nio, v 16 Snb>). "Trnen iia a .pr.ioc. 2 s 3 26 {cistern of ■&•- ra/i, Thes cist.declinationis, HYofthejyot, v.Td). T|©jr "Til ( so r d, f or ordinary 'y "lia, v. BD «"• »• "• © @) n .pr.loc. 1 S 30 30 (smoking pit), in S.W. of Judah; elsewhere JB'V q. v. T3 Qr Je 6 7 v. lia. ' V % n.pr.m. a descendant of Asher 1 Ch 7 36 (perh. =nN3). Tnnil^ n.pr.loc. near Hamath Ez 47" (contr. fr. nriiisa I), c f. foil. ;— hardly = Bery tus (Beirut) with wh. form of name might agree v. Steph. Byzant. al. in Movers"""" 1 - 110 "-; perh. Bereitdn near Baalbek, v. Furrer zpv "'"■ M - ' C '? n.pr.loc. belonging to Hadadezer ofZoba2S8 8 ; perh. = foregoing. t"»nhn adj.gent. 1 Chn 39 v. "Ph»fn SU pr. t luNH vb. have a bad smell, stink (Ar. JLij be evil, Aram. CW3, +.)£ be evil, As. blsu Lotz TP78 )— Qal Pf t?«31 consec. Ex 7 18 ; Impf ti$»H v 21 , OX" 16 20 ; 3 fs. K»N3P1 Is 50 2 ; CK3P11 Ex 8 10 ; — stink, of Nile, on account of dead fish Ex 7 1821 (E); of land of Egypt, owing to dead frogs 8 10 (J); of manna kept over 16 20 (P J or tfMn

R) E>N3>1 D^Sin D-iJl and ?"< ? rew /ohJ (rot- ten, decayed) with worms, and stank; Is 50 2 nds? nbni d^d pNo Dm Eton their fish stink for lack of water, etc. (© Lo Di rd. IP3VI, dry up and die, which suits || , but not the usage of cfr). Nipa. Pf E>X33 i S 13 4 ; W^aj 2 S io 6 ; JjHpN 3 ? 2 S 16 21 ; — only fig. make oneself odious, become odious (cf. Eng. be in bad odour), sq.nN with=towards; T??" n 9 V^i 2 S l62 ' thou hast become odious with thy father; also sq. 3 (rather strangely) 1 S 13' Isr. made tliemselves odious to the Philistines; 2 S io 6 Ammonites to David. Hiph. Pf. E^NIin Ex i6 24 iS2V 12 ; ^N3n^38 6 ; Dneton Ex5 21 ;/top/. B*N3: Pr 13 5 Ec io 1 ; Inf. aos. Eton , S 27 12 ; cstr. sf. ^B^JOnp Gn 34 30 ; — 1. emit a stinking odour Ex 16 24 of manna (cf. Qal v 20 ); ^38" Tnisn >pDi }e"N3n my wounds have grown stinking, they have festered (of chastisement for sin) ; 1 S 1 7 12 fig. of David top E»N3n Eton he hath become utterly abhorred among his people. 2. cause to stink, Dpin fCE* JpiT (J%0C DID *3»J dead flies cause to stink (and) io ferment the oil of a perfumer; usually fig. UrVTTIK DRE'iOn Ex 5 21 (J), i. e. ye have made us odious, sq. ^J! 3 , cf. (c. ace. pers.) Gn 34 30 sq. 3; also without obj. Pr 13 5 a wicked man makes odious and shameful (De Now Str; Be Ew Hi Zo acts odiously and shamefully). Hithp. Pf. ^NSTin 1 Ch 19 6 they had made tliemselves odious (=Niph. in || 2 S io 6 ), sq. 0?. tCJNS n.m. stench— '3 cstr. Am 4'°; sf.^Eto Jo 2 50 ; I3Eto Is 343 ; _D3'3nn '3, i.e. stench of corpses Am 4 10 , also Is 34 s ; cf. Jo 2 20 of locusts '3 nby (|| *irnns byn). tnttJNS n.f. (stinking things) stinking or noxious weeds, Jb 3 1 40 Tinrn rrtn to* nan nrw nE>N3 nnytJ' instead of wheat may there spring forth bramble, and instead of barley stinking weeds (cf. As. bUu Zehnpfund 6 * 31633 ). TO^NS, n.[m.]pl. stinking or worthless things, wild grapes (NH n. unit. flE/lNS) (perh. adj. om. D"33J? cf. Di) Is 5 24 of Yahweh's vineyard, 33 labruscae (v. further De). t[H33] n.f. only F$ 033 Zc 2 12 the apple of his eye (Aram. ±JL} )&>^; x ?? gate %. Est 5 14 ; Thes sub 333 to which Ges gives sense per- forate, hence opening of eye; but cf. Ar.^j^j y^ji pupil of eye, perh. =1IJ Dozy 49 babe, baby, bebe (imitating infant's prattle) i.e. child of the eye; v. Hi St, Flin ChWB 1 - 4191 '; cf. f^K!). TO H^Il n.pr.m. a chief of returning exiles '33 Ne 10"; '33 *» Ezr 8"; *2m Ezr 8"; '33 ?33 Ezr2 u io^NeY".

M2 n.pr.loc. Babel, Babylon (in As. 

written Bab-ilu, gate of god Dl r * ■*, cf. on other hand Jen KMrao1 - 498 )— c. n_ loc. n^>33 Ez 12"+, n^33 2 K 20 17 + once ""^33D J e 27"; — the an- cient capital of Babylonia, mod. If Utah, situated on Euphrates, in long. c. 44 30' E., and lat. c. 32 50' N.; Gn io 10 1 1 9 (where name connected with 773 confuse, confound), both J, not elsewh. in Hex; 2Ki7 24 +3i t. 2 K; i8t.Chr; Est 2'; late^87 4 137 18 ; Is 2 - 3 , viz. 13 119 i4 42J 2i 9 39'-"- 7 43 14 47 1 48 1420 ; Mi 4'° (but here prob. not orig., cf. B,S Pr ° 1 *'"'-"- 6 & reff.) Zc 2" 6 10 Dn i 1 Ez 12" + 19 t. Ez; Je 20 44 - 6 - 6 -|- 165 t. Je; — note esp. '3 n? J e 5 o28 i ft lso of land & people = realm, partic. in '3 ?|JD 2 K 20 12 of Merodach Baladan ; v 18 24 1 - 7111212 + oft. of Nebuchadrezzar; 2 K 25"= Je 52 31 cf. v 34 of Evil-Merodach ; Ne 13" of Artaxerxes; the city personif. as ?33 D3 Is 47 1 Je 50 42 . (See DP* S1J COT Gn 1 1» KG 94 .)

EZ25 7 rd. 13 v.TT3. 

' L - t J v ^ # act or ^ ea ^ treacherously — Qal Pf. ni33 J e 3 2 » + I4 t.; Imp/. "133? Mai 2 15 + 5t; n33?Mal2 10 ;7n/a6*.n'i33Is48 8 'je5"; cstr. T33I S33 '; H33EX2I 8 ; POJ3Pr22 ls +nt.; 1313 Is 33'+ 10 t. ; — act or deal treacherously, faithlessly, deceitfully, in the marriage relation, in matters of property or right, in covenants, in word and in general conduct, a. abs. 1 S 1 4 s3 Jb 6 15 ^78" Is 24" 33 M 4 8 8 Mai 2". Cf. phrases ?ri3 1D3 1133 TIN my brethren have dealt deceitfullyasabrookJb6 u ; D'TjfcD 1331 1133 DH33 n3 T 3 the treacherous Juive dealt treacherously, yea in treachery have the treacherous dealt treach- erously Is 2 4 16 (striking alliteration); |1N ,- 1?3 treacherous in wickedness ijr 59". b. with 3 Ex2i 8 (E), Ju9 a Is 33 ' 1 Jef>s n i2' Lai' 2 Ho 5' 6 7 Mai 2 101415 -' 6 . c. c. ace. + 73". d. c. I» pregnant, aino ne*N H"133 acteth treach- erously {in, departing) from her friend Je 3 20 . Theptcp. is used Pr 2 22 + 8 t., ^25' 59 s 119 1 * 8 Is2i 2 24 16 - ,6 33 1 Je3 8 " 9 1 Hb i 13 2 5 ; T$3 nj* dealers treacJierously in treachery (very treach- erously) Je 12 1 . +I.1JG »-[W"] treachery, Is 24'" Je 12 1 . tjTYTfe pl.abst. Vfnfl "^N men of treach- ery Zp 3 4 . t [liJB] adj. treacherous, f. '"H^S. ( n form cf-Ew S>«b Nii }io;)j e3 -.io . na£ n.m. (except Lv 6 20 n^V. but Sam - ^' •naa cf. Di in loco Ko 1182 ) garment, covering — Gn 28 s + 36 t.; sf. i1?3 Ez 9 3 + (i4 t. without dag. lene Ges Lgb - 94 ); pi.' B^gS Lv 6 4 + 32 t.; cstr. H?? Gn27 ,5 +39t.;sf.T13?iK 2 2 !0 + 8it,;T 1 ?' 1 ?? ^45'; — 1. garment, clothing, raiment, robe of any kind, from the filthy clothing of the leper to the holy robes of the high priest, the sim- plest covering of the poor as well as the costly raiment of the rich and noble, used throughout Heb.Lit.: Gn 2 4 63 (J), 28 20 (E; 14 1. JE), Ex 2 8 2 +(P 90 t.),Dt 24" Ju8 26 + 4t., 1 S 19" + iot., 1 K i>+ 23 t., 2 Ch i8 9 + (Chr gt.), Est 4 14 Jbi3 K 22 6 37 17 V.22 19 45 9 102 27 109" Pr6 w 2o' 6 25 20 27 13 Ec9 8 Is 2 24 16 36 s2 37 1 Is 3 5o 9 + 10 1., Je 1 2' + 3 t., Ez i6 16 + 13 k, J02 13 Am2 8 Hg 2 12 Zc 3 3 -« i 4 M ; VlJ? NTO his lap-fid 2 K 4 39 . 2. covering, wrapping, of furniture of taber- nacle Nu 4 6 " 13 (6 t.) ; coverlet of a bed 1 S 1 9 13 . T' , ^2 n.pr.m. (cf. Skr. bhagavdn, happy f) 1. a companion of Zerubbabel Ezr 2 2 =Ne 7 7 ; perh. = head of a family of returning exiles Ezr 2 14 ("m) =Ne 7 19 , cf. Ezr 8 14 . 2. a chief of the peopleinNehemiah'stime Ne io 17 ; cf. Sm L! * ,TO ". T^rOS. n.pr.m. (Pers. cf. N1 P-'?S) a eunuch of Ahasuerus Est 1 10 . T]rU21 n.pr.m. (Pers. bagaddna, gift of God f) a eunuch of Ahasuerus Est 2 21 = W^JS 6 2 . < X2Jn32 v. foregoing. tl. "13,12 »•[«*•] white linen (deriv. un- known) pi. 0^8— 13 liBK 1 S2 18 (Samuel), 22 18 (priests of Nob), 2 S6 14 = 1 Ch 1 5 s7 (David): in P asmaterial of diff. priestly vestments Ex 28 42 39 28 Lv 6 33 I6 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 23 - 32 . PI. DT8(n) E?13?(n) clad in (the) linen garments, of angel Ez 9 2311 io 2 - 6 - 7 Dn io 5 12 67 . , in. "IS v. sub I, II. 113. T N13 vb. devise, invent (bad sense) (Mish. id., Aram. N13, ]^ invent; cf. Ar. IjJ begin, make a beginning) — Qal Pf N13 1X12"; Pt. sf DNlb (instead of DN"]i3) Ne 6 8 — Jeroboam devised a feast in 8th month 1 K 12 33 ; invent accusation Ne 6 8 . •fl. [*7*1Z11 vb. be separate, isolated (Ar. jj cause to withdraw; 11. separate, disunite, Gnu'Saad.; iv. divide into parts; x. go alone, act independently), ojiy P<.11^3 Is 14 31 (of strag- gler in army), Ho 8 9 v 1113 NIB a wild-ass (sim. of Ephr.) going alone for itself (i.e. wilfully: v. sub ?), ^ 102 8 (of bird sitting solitarily).

m 

. T3, "T3 n.m. separation, concr. part (jj, sJJ portion) — sf. (always with p)*" 1 !?^, i ,, ?p etc', 3 f" pi. tGn 2 1 28 jni3p, v 29 njfap,-— 1. with ?, only in sg., 13? prop, in a slate of (v. sub ?) separation, alone, by itself (Fr. & part), a. Ex 26 s (= 36 16 ) five curtains 13? by tfiemselves, and six curtains 13? by themselves, Ju? 5 him shalt thou set 13? apart, Zc 1 2 1W4 . b. with sf. (89 t.) to express the idea of by oneself, alone (prop. in his, thy, my separation), Gn 2 18 it is not good for man to be il3? alone, 21 28 and A. set the seven lambs ID!?? by themselves (lit. in their separation), 32 17 43^ 2 S io 8 Is 5"; Gn 42 s8 tob HOT he alone, Ex 1 8 14 T^p ,in« thou alone, Nun 14,| 13p'3bN I alone, 1 K 19 1014 ; Dt8 3 not upon bread alone, 29 13 2 S 13 32 18 24 Is 44 s4 49 21 63 3 + ; after an oblique case, as a dat. Ex 22 19 Ju 3 20 yjr 5 1 6 113? 1? against thee alone have I sinned ; a genit. 7 1 16 1 will make mention of

113? 'jriij'iy the righteousness of thee alone.

C. as adv. of limitation, tls 26 13 only through thee do we celebrate thy name, Ec 7 s9 . d. followed by Q it becomes a prep., apart from, besides,Ex 1 2 37 Nu 29 s9 Dt3 5 i8 8 (rd. V13BO with ® @ X Aq Ew Di) Ju 8 M 20 15 al. (1 5 t.)'; once, Ezr i 6 , with ?J? instead of [p. e. "OpO^ (prob. inverted for JB 13? besides) (chiefly P and late): Gn 26 1 4 6 26 Lv 9 17 23^(4 t.) NU5 8 6 21 17"+ 12 t.Nu 28-29; Dt28 69 J0S22 29 1K10" iCh 3 9 2Ch9 12 i7 19 3i 16 Ezr2 66 =Ne7 67 Dnn 4 . With sf.tDt4 35 113pO Ity p« there is none else besides him (cf. *T$89 Is 45 21 ). t2. concr .;>art Ex 30 34 (P) WT 133 13 part for (i.e. like; cf. 3 HI, 3. end)^jart shall it be. f3. D^l? parts, spec, extended from some- thing, i.e. (a) of a body, members, limbs Jb 18 13 (of man), 41 4 (of crocodile) ; (6) of a vine, rods or shoots Ez 17 6 19' 4 ; (c) of^>ofe«or staves used for carrying the ark Ex 25 1314 15 35 12 37" 39 s5 40 20 Nu 4 6 1 K 8 7 - 88 (=2 Ch 5 8 - 99 ), or table of shewbread Ex 2S 2 ™ 8 35 13 37 1416 Nu 4 8 , or altar of B. O. Ex 2 7 6 - 6 " 35 16 3 8 5 - 6 - 7 39 39 Nu 4 14 , or altar of incense Ex 30" 35 16 37 s7 - 28 Nu 4"; (d) more gen. bars (of fortress) Ho 1 1 6 , (of a gate) Jb 17 16 fig. 5*f> *& (v. Is 38 10 ). TTD n.[m.] isolation, separation : Is 27 10 113 i"n*X3 ~V)S the fenced city is isolation, i.e. is solitary (subst. for adj.: Dr' 189,2 ); more usu. as adv. accus., to signify alone, Dt 32 12 ; esp. with vbs. of dwelling, Lv 1 3 46 3£* 113 he shall dwell alone (lit. in isolation), Je 15 17 La I 1 3 s8 : fig. of freedom from attack, security Dt 33 s8 -m 95 (of Isr.), Je 49" (Kedar); so Vn|> Nu 23 s (Isr.) Mi 7 14 ^ 4 9 for thou w&m neob "nab raa kest me dwell solitarily, in safety (v. Dt 33 s8 ). n. "7*0 (prob. i. q. tna q. v. taM; t'e%). tin. [TS] n.m. only PZ. On?. a . empty, j'rf/e tatt (Ph. CIS 3 - 6 listen not to DJ"U=Heb. D? , '!!3 ; ef. [IS vain talk), esp. with collat. idea of imaginary pretensions or claims : Jb 1 1 3 ^3 «J*W DV1D thy idle talk brings men to silence (II WW), Is 16 6 (of Moab) ina [3 rfj his boast- ings are not right (unfounded), hence Je 48 30 . b. concr. empty talkers, praters (cf. NH HK^a, Syr. Uo*=>, Kar),of false prophets, Is44 25 Je5o 36 .

  • TTa n.pr.m. father of an Edom. ruler

(Tin) Gn 3 6 35 =iChi 46 .

  • TS v. 'X

rb-n

  • »"PT3 n.pr.m. (=nH3Jj servant of '1 1

® Bapata, @L Ba&uai an Israelite Ezr io 35 . [7 J^*J v ^- be divided, separate (Ar. Jjo cliange, substitute, Mish. ina divide, Syr. ^!la Ithp. Ethp.) — Hipb. rfmde, separate; Pf 5>*Wlj Nui6 9 Dtio 8 ; sf. i^Sni consec. Dt

20 ; 3 fs. nb«iam Ex 26 s3 ; nhani Nu8"; 

^nan Ez 2 2 26 , etc.; Imp/. 7*1$ Lvi 17 +; 5*3*! Gn i 4 ' 1 Ch 25 1 ; sf. *?H?! IS56 3 ; h?*J LV20 26 ; nb«l3Kl Ezr8 24 , etc.; Inf. abs. ^'an Is 56 3 ; c««r. Hsnj) Gn i 14 + ; Pt. Hap Gn i 6 ; DyT?P Is 59 2 ; — 1. divide, separate, subj. God Gn i 4 sq. pal • • • • Pa between light and dark- ness, cf. v 7 ; subj. heavenly bodies v 1418 ; subj. firmament sq. ?. . . P? Gn I 6 (all in P's source); Ex 26 s3 of the naia in tab., sq. . . . P?1 ... pa D ??; of iniquities, separating men from God V?? • • • P 3 Is 59 2 . 2. separate, set apart, sq. P, of '1, setting off Isr. from other peoples Lv 20 24 (H) Nu 16 9 (P); Lv 20* sq. also 4 **$; cf. 1 K 8 ra roni 1 ? ^ 'Ian separate them to thy- self as an inheritance; of Moses, setting apart Levites, sq. ^ilTO Nu 8 14 ; of separating an indi- vidual from the people, i.e. excluding him Dt 29 20 , sq. also np-ib; sq. b$» Is 56 s - 3 , i.e. ex- cluding him; cf. also Ne 13 3 sq. P; of setting apart (forbidding) beasts as unclean N8B? D37 Lv 20 25 ; of setting apart the tribe of Levi '131 nafpj Dt io 8 (subj. '•>); cf. also (hum. subj.) I Ch 25 1 , sq. rrpfe, 2 Ch 25 10 sq. Inf.; similarly Ezr 8 24 ; even sq. ptcp. Ez 39 14 they shall set apart men Dnajj, i. e . <0; , aM through, or, mm that shall pass through (RV); so of setting apart cities, ace. Dt 4 41 cf. 19 2 '. 3. make a distinction between clean and unclean, holy and profane, sq. pa*. . . pa Lv 20" (H); io 10 11 47 (both P); sq. !>...pa Ez 22" 42 s0 . 4. divide into parts Lv i 17 5 8 (P), prohibited in case of fowls offered in sacrifice. Hipb. Pf W^a? iChi2 8 Ezrg 1 ; Impf. *7J$ Ezr io 8 ; mn I Ch2 3 ' 3 ; 1%1 Ezr 10" Ne 9 »; Imv. PTjn Nui6 21 Ezr 10"; Pt. ha? Ezr6 21 Ne io 29 . 1. (reflex, of Hipb. 2) a. separate one- self from people of the land, heathen, and their practices, also from non-Jewish wives, sq. p Ezr6 2, 9' io" Neg 2 ; abs. in same sense Ezr 1 o 16 (cf. Sta G - "• m * m "• Wl """M" «• ■■*«• *> v withdraw from (Moses & Aaron from Israel) Nu 16 51 (P), sq. IjiDD. c . separate oneself unto (?$) David 1 Chi2 8 . d. Ne io 29 com- bines a. & c. separate oneself JTirjKfl 'Bjp OTpgri mjn-^. a. pass., be separated, a. 6e excluded from the people, sq. p Ezr io 8 . b. 6e set apart, of Aaron, sq. iB'^pni' 1 Ch 23". On $>H3ii, & distinction fr. *p-iDTI v. Dr ,Ph - xla9 . L ^7? J n '[ m .] piece, severed piece, cstr. flN-ha Am 3".

  • [i D^jE)] n.f. separate place, ni^aen

Jos 16 9 (appos. CIV?); tut rd. prob. ni^asn Hopb. Pt. fr. ha, or nihrm iriph. p«., c f. Di. T '^"!? n.[m.] alloy, tin, dross (orig. that which is separated from precious metal; cf. Plin. H " tN * , " lTl8 ^'"- 9 )_'3abs.Nu 3 i 1B +4t.; PL sf. If&T? Is i 26 ;— 1. alloy, Is I 25 fig. of evil of Jerusalem, which '» will remove p*pn; HT2D). 2. <wi {•plumbum album) Nu 31 s (Pj +3», I??, nr/ns, fijia, nnp» ; ng . of Isr. Ez22 18 (+ne*ra, bra, n^») ; i n simile v 20 ( + id. + 'l??); as article of commerce brought to Tyre from Tarshish Ez 27 12 (+103, bna, ITIDij;). 3. plummet, b^n J3XH (appos.) Zc^ 10 . "•"nbia n.[m.] prob. bdellium (5 L^oU; S Nn|"na; etym. dub.; Lag "-*""- 20 prop. Skr. uddkhala) c. art. 'an, apparently therefore well known ; one of the products of the land Havilah Gn 2 12 ; used in simile of colour of manna n>13n f<J>3 iryi Nu 1 1 7 . — Meaning some- what uncertain; © Gn 2 12 av6pa$, Nun 7 */w- araMos; Saad. AWKiBo al.jsear/s.cf.Lag '"- 44 ; Jos Ant.m.i.6 Aq Theod gymm gj m0B t bdellium, an odoriferous transparent gum, of yellowish colour. (Cf. Smith Dtc,B ""» Sigismund Aron »"' u .) t|-jn n.pr.m. (=rwy?). 1. a judge of Israel 1S12 11 ; but rd. prob. |TJ3, so © enelrate, split 1 cf. Aram, pi?, .oI» explore; but these perh. denom. cf. Lag GN1882,100 ). Tp"Q n.m. 2K12 - 6 fissure, rent, breach (Aram'. Np,?3, )J>J> (Nasar.))— '3 abs. 2 K 12 6 ; cstr. ib. + 6 t.; sf! ^lp"!3 Ez 2f x ;— in a build- ing; temple rV2n '3 3 K 1 2 MAM 22 5 , cf. 12 13 (* n'3 '3); v 6 abs.; ahv. c. P?H repair; cf. 'p'tnp '2 repairers of thy fissures Ez 2 7 927 (of Tyre). I [p"1i] vb. denom. mend, repair, only Qal Jnfcstr. rvsn p?n^ pinsb 2 Ch 34 10 . t"lp"I3 n.pr.m. Isr. officer 2 K 9 s5 (v. [3). n^ (cf- Ar. ^> be empty; on a pos- sible connexion in As. cf. Hpt BA811s ). T^irQ n.[mj] emptiness (on form v. Ges l"* 1 * Stat 96 - 198 ', on usage cf. Lag '" 60 ') alw. c. Wl q. v.; — W3J *nn Gn I 2 of primaeval earth; Je 4 s3 of earth under judgment of **; VinijS ^Hb >3N1 Is 34 11 , tAe Zm« 0/ wasteness and the stones of emptiness, i.e. plummets, employed, not as usual for building, but for destroying walls ; cf. Di & v. sub J3N 6. Tjon3 n.[m/J a costly stone, perh. por- phyry (cf. Egypt, behiti, behet, behat Brugsch Dict.v.«« Diimichen c*"*-™"- Wendel Alul|r - B * u - "• EdeUflned^TTt. © hag ^p^^ Est I 6 ^ Tjrtbl IT) B'E'rO DSri wp^ a pavement of porphyry and marble, etc. tpL^] ▼*>■ (NH id. Pt. pass, h.T3 eftV quieted; Pi. disquiet; % Pa. -Oi hasten, be precipitate, also dismay: but^.00 is 6e quiei — Wipb.. P/. 5>naj 1 s 28 21 ; rbrai ,/, 6 4 ; *^njj Is 2 1 3 ; Wj*J3?1 consec. Jb 21 6 ; $%$ Gn45 3 + , etc.; Impf. ?na>l J u 20 41 ; 2 ms. brav Ec 8 3 ; ti*S* + 104 29 , etc.; P<. ^H33 ^ 3 o 8 ; bn33 p r 28 s2 ; f.'"V ! ??? Zp i 18 ; — 1. be disturbed,dismayed, terri- fied, Gn 45 3 (E) Ju 20 41 1 S 28 21 2 S 4 1 (|| W)!! 1V £, cf. Ez •j" supr.); of bones of sufferer ^ 6 3 (|| cf. infr. v 4 ) ; of hands of dismayed people Ez 'f 1 ; esp. at chastisements & judgments of Ex 1 5 15 (song, in E) ^ 6 4 (subj. B>M, || cf. supr. v 3 ) v" (|| Bh3) 3 o 8 cf. 104 29 ; 8 3 18 (j| Eh3) 90 7 Is 13 8 2 1 3 (sq. JD of occasion of fear) Jb 23 15 (id.) Je 51 32 Ez 26 18 (del. © Co); Jb 4 6 (||n^), cf. also

ncm

1« as adj. terrible Zp 1 18 nbrOJTJK n^>3. 2. be 

in haste, hasty (late, cf. Aram, above): Ec 8 s l?n V3BD 'SlJTpK 6e no* hasty (to) go from him; Pr28 22 pnp 7H33 hastening after riches. Pi. /»y>/. ^Q3J5 Est'2 9 ; sf. V6n3^ Dnn 44 ; l^tyj Jb 22 10 ; to&]3J ^ 2 5 ; 2 ms. D.brpn ^ 83 16 ; ^OJ^U Ec 5 1 7 9 ; Inf. sf. »?i>n3p 2 Ch '35 s1 ; D_ 32 18 ; Part, tprfoso Kt, D^{38 Qr Ezr 4 4 (BeEy pref. Kt, v. Pl?3); — 1. dismay, terrify, sq. sf. 2 Ch 32 18 (|| trfl), Dn 1 1 44 Jb 22 10 (subj. in?), ^2 6 (subj. '») 8 3 16 (|| tin; subj. *>); cf. also Ezr 4 4 (v. sub ft?-). 2. hasten, make haste, act hastily (late), 2 Ch 35 21 ^bnpb "Wf Wtfa God liath given command to speed me (EVm) ; sq. inf. make Imste Est 2 9 ; of hasty speech Ec 5 1 '3n"bl< T?"^ (IP?? *fg§ TQCP* ^fh); of anger Ec 7 9 Diysb ^nra 'sn-^K. p u . />«. pi. o^rpn Est 8 14 , cf. nbn'30 Q r Pr 20 21 (so rd. with Vrss Now Str; AV RV); Kt rbrao v. bm -—has- tened Est 8 14 of royal posts (|| D'SirPI); Juistily gained '3D nbra p r 2 o 21 . Hipb. Pf sf. "frmn Jb 23 16 ; Impf. sf. WTOT3*! 2 Ch 26 20 ; 3*mpl. W73ilEst6 14 ; — 1. dismay, terrify, sq. sf. Jb23 16 (subj. nr ; II *& tjin). 2. (late) Aastew, /twrry (trans.), 2 Ch 26 20 DB'O In6n3>1 and they hurried him thence (|| ^nij); nwle Aas<«, sq. inf. Est 6 14 N^np '3>1 and tltey made haste to bring Haman. T PI 7HS n.f . dismay, sudden terror or ruin (cf. As^ Ultu, terror, DF rS2 )— '3 abs. Lv 26 16 + 2 t.; pi. ni7n3^ J e 15 8 ; — sudden terror Lv 26 16 '3 CD'h? 'klpsn) (appositives follow) ; cf. Je 15 8 ; Is 65 C3 rhn^b *"ft. *&, f 78 s3 b$Xr*)Q$ nbn|3 Dnijcyi nn»gj a?lrf ^ ended their days in a breath, and their years in sudden terror.

(Ar. _4j, iv. shut, x. impeded in 

speech, tongue-tied; Eth. "flOon; 6e dumb). rTOnS n.f. beast, animal, cattle (Ar. L^J)— '3 Gn i 24 + 137 t.; cstr. npns Nu 3 41 "" + iot; sf. inon3Lvi9 19 +4t.; in»n3Ex2o 10 + 4 t.; inpns'Gn 3 6 6 Pr 12 10 ; pi! abs. ntona Dt 3 2 24 + 6t. + V73 22 (v. infr.) ; cstr. nicm ^ 8' 8 + 5t.; — beast, & coll. 6e««te (Gn 8' + very oft.) 1. of living creatures other than man (D^?) G" 11 8' Ex8 13 - 14 9 91022 22 18 LviS^Xwhere '3 is male, so 20 16 ) Dt27 21 ^tfeic; '3 7$) tTWI? ('3 in- cluding all the larger animals) Ex 9 s5 12 12 f/ J 35 8 J e 5° 3 e tc; as inferior to man Jb 18 3 fr 49 13 - 21 , so also Ec 3 181919 - 21 ; pp. also birds & reptiles Gn 6 7 7 23 8" cf. Ez 44 31 etc.; also to mena w fishes i K 5 13 Jb 1 2 7 cf. v 8 , ^ 8 9 Zp i 3 . 2. opp. also to wild beasts H x ? n ' n , 'IIBCI 'n Gn I***

20 3 H 7 14« 9 1. ^ 5o *10 T I4 gl0 ^ 46 , etc . esp 

therefore cattle, as owned and used by man, Gn

"< ('an njp?) Ex 2 o 10 =Dt 5", Lv i 9 19 26 s2 

Nu3 4M1.46.45 j) t2 35 j j 15 J^ll Z( , 38 glO j ^5 Ezr i 4 - 6 Ne 9 37 io 37 etc.; in one (late) passage of animal for riding (horse'! mule?) Ne 2 1212 ' 4 . 3. rarely of wild beasts, esp. carnivora, ">S! '3 Mis 7 ; H? n ' a Dt28* Isi8 6 - 8 Je^ 15 s 16 4 19 7 34 M ; n-i^n 'a 1 S 17 44 ; alone, Pr 30 30 ; ntoa»"lf> Dt 32 M ; '3 "lfc> Hb 2 17 .— On ntani.f 73* of. infr. TJuQrQ n.m. behemoth, i.e. hippopota- mus (appar. pi. intens. of foreg.; ace. to Di Jb 40 15 cf. De Is 30 6 fr. an (assumed) Egyptian p-ehemau, ox of the water) Jb 40 13 (on identity, cf. further Bo m "°'- '"• 705 ) ; prob. also f 7 3 s2 nions 7]Qy ^"n a beliemoth was I with (toward) thee (so Hi De ; Che beasts); ace. to De Or also in morn I s 30 6 tlie burden of the behemoth of the south (supposed to be a designation of Egypt ; but this unlikely, cf. Che Di, rd. therefore) rather beasts of the south, viz. of Judah. jnZl (°f- A r - *•£-! IV - shut, cover (v. fore- going) whence also *j^ = fn'3 ■ as closing and covering the hand, cf. Lane). t]rd n.[f.] (cf. Sta' 310 ") c. T thumb, c. ^ great toe (Ar. *£_, & (vulg.) l^J, *L^) — '3 only est r. Ex 2 9 20 - 20 + 1 2 1. ; pi. cstr. niJ'ra Ju i M (fr. sg. [jins] as alw. Cod. Sam. for MT fO*);— thumb (DT) in* 'a, & great toe (tfyfl) &<1 '3 (always named together) Ex 29 M Lv 8 ak!, ' !< T|nS. n.pr.m. (closing, covering l '3 |3K B^TTJI J° 8 1 5 6 1 8'", a mark of division be- tween Judah & Benjamin. p)"0 (NHpn3«AtW,Aram.pn3,j9o»3,Aph. id.; hence KTPgfJB, )}» .ooq, an eruption, v. sq.) j. .< ' pH2 n.m. a harmless eruption on the skin (NH id., Aram. Ki?nia ; Ar. J+5) Lv 13 39 . "")l"Ti (NH Hiph. be brigld, shine; cf. Aram. 1H3, io^ (not Pe.) & deriv.; Eth. OCW: Ar. J4J surpass, esp. in brightness, «Ai'w«  Trnrni n.f. brightness, bright spot, of eruption on skin (NH id., Aram. tXTJHS) — '3 abs. Lvi3 2 +7t.; nvo Lvi4 M ; pi. abs. flinna Lv 13 38 ' 39 ; — bright spot (sore, scar, etc.), clean or unclean Lvi4 S6 ; following a burn (from fire) Lv 1 3 24 - 25 - 26 - 28 ; possible beginning of leprosy Lv 1 3 U " B ; but possibly a (passing) eruption UnSDO v"; or due to a boil ('ne* v" D ; — due to pna (q.v.) Lv 1% XM . t-Vn3 adj. bright, brilliant, of light; only jb 37 21 Q^nfz mn '3 -an uo tb. N12 2.w,9 vb - come in. eome, go in, go (As. bd'u Hpt 1 " 7499 , Eth. M; Ar. & return) — Qal Pf S3 Gn 6 13 + ; 3 is. ™3 Gn 15" + ; B f. «ri«3 yf, 44 i» ; 2 mg . nxa j og , 3 i + ( nnxa

S3 7 ; 2 fs. n«3 Gn 16 8 Itu 2 12 , TOM congee. 

R113 4 2S14 3 Mi4 10 ; 3pl.«^Gn7•- ^ ; , ipl.«K3 Gn 3 2 7 + («? 1 S 25 s ), etc.; Impf. Ki3J Gn 3 2 9 +, *% Gn4 9 10 -|-; 3 fs. VtOR Gn4i M + ; sf. inxiari Jb 22 21 (but text dub. v. Kb LM4 ); 2 m B . Ufa? Gn 15"+ ; 2 fs. 'Kian Ru 3 ,7 + ; 1 s. Mty Gn 33" + ; cohort. HKaK Ju 15', nvfQH Gn

9 21 4-, 'rirtwi 1 s 25 s4 (Qr ntfam but text 

prob. wrong, v. Ko 1647 Dr, rd. 'KSPII); 3pl.m. V/ST, Gn6 20 +, also (by text err.) *<3 Je 27 w cf. K6 1646 , PS3^ 95 "; sf.'?^ f 119", ^j&l v 41 ; 3f.pl. Jfte* Qnso^, njttan iSic/+; nrsari 1 S io 7 ^ 45 16 , etc.; Imv. Ni3, S3 Gn 7' + , nxa* 1 s 20" 1 K 13 7 , 'trta, "td 2 Si 3 "+; mpl. 1S3 Gn 45 l7 + ; 7n/«i3, K3 Gn^'+j sf.

  • N3, ^Si3 Gn 4 8 5 + , 1?<i3 1 S 29" + , ™«> Gn

io ,9 + , etc., DK3 Gn 34 s + , JN3 Gn 30 38 cf. Ez 42" (where Co for JN133 reads njn$> N13^>); Pt. N3 Gn 33' + ; f. ?WB Gn 29" + , nsan Gn i8 s, + (accent wrong Ew ,581bs -); pi. WQ Gn 18" + ; cstr. "K3 Gn23 ,0 +; f. abs. nto Gn4i M ; (see further on forms Ko l64St ); — 1. come in, sq. ?K Gn6 18 7 913 , sq. 3 Gn 19 8 & so (subj. nn) Ez 2 s 37 10 , sq- ^ Est'6 4 , sq. n- loc. Gn 12" 41' 7 Nu 14 24 , sq. ace. (rV3) Ju 18 18 2 K n 19 cf. + loo 4 010), & Tf "'??' ,N ? Gn 23 1018 ; even of life- less things 2 K 18 21 , iS?3 SOI (of broken reed) = pierce; of food and drink (sq. "vK) Dn io 3 cf. Gn 4 1 21 (fat kine when eaten by lean kine); v. also (sq. 3) Nu s***; abs. Gn 7 16 24 s1 1 K I 42 14 6 cf. 2 K il B9 =2 Ch 23 4 - 8 + ; more partic. a. opp. N£, go out and come in (Sab. WC DK3n tma Hal" 52 ) Jos 6 1 2 K 1 1" = 2 Ch 23 7 ; esp. in sense of going about one's affairs (including all one's undertakings) Dt 28« 19 Zc 8 10 f 121 8 ; id. + 3E* 2 K 19 27 ; also Bq. Dyn 'p.Bp etc. = act as ruler (judge) of, Nu 27'" 2 Ch i 10 cf. 1 K 3 7 ; of leading an army 1 S 18 13 " cf. also Jos 14"; v. further Dt3i 2 1S29' & sub c. infr. b. of taking part in worship of congregation Dt 23 23 ' 3 ' 4 ' 4 +(sq. 3); or entering into tabernacle for priestly service Ex 2S 29 ' 56 Lv 16 2 * (all sq. WO "bx), Ex 28 30 (sq. mrf "Itb), Lv i 6 17 (sq. inf.) + . O. of entering on official duty 2 K n 9 =2 Ch 23 s 1 CI127 1 (all opp. NX*), d. of bride coming into her husband's house Jos i5 18 =Ju i M . 6. of entering -i woman's tent or apartment (with implication coire cum femina, cf. Ar. ij, NH nN'3 coilio ; on origin of this use of word cf. RS K9o.w7.Bi) Ju Ig i rmnn 'nptrbx, 16 1 Gn 6 4 i6 !

3 3 8 8 - 9 39" Dt 2 2 13 2' S 1 2 M 1 6" 20 s Ez 23 44 " 4 - 44 

Pr 6 M (all sq.-btt); sq.'by Gn 1 9 31 Dt 25 s nty tfcT nm*? ib r»j$*; cf. IVX3 Pr 2 19 ;— subj. rarely woman Gn 19 34 2 S 1 1 4 . f. of associating with (sq. 3) Jos 23 7,s cf. Gn 49 6 "tfM X3n bx Dlfaa ("inrrpx || DpnpS). g. of entering into specific relations, ft^Q '3, nn33 '3 (v. nbx, m3); *& D'EHS come into blood-guiltiness, became guilty of murder 1 S 25 s6 . b. of burial, -Qirbx ' 3 I K 1 3 s2 14" cf. TC^'b? Ni|3J ? Gn »5" (il W)- i. of sun, set (go in, enter, cf. As. erib ianSi COT Gn 19 23 ; opp. KV go forth, rise) Gn 15 1217 28" Ex I 7 12 22 K Lv 22 7 Dti6 6 23 12 24 131S Jos 8 a io 1327 Ju 19" Ec i 5 2 S 2 M 3 M 1 K 22 s6 18 s4 ; so also fig. Je 15* of calamity DOV nij?3 FIBTptf ilKS (|| nyn^ri ;nb ; nbbox etc.), cf. Is'60 20 ; Mi 3° D'tO^rrpy t?Ctpn '3} of ignorance and confusion. j. of harvest, come rn=be gathered Lv 25 s2 (cf. nsl3n); so of revenue {income) I K io 14 = 2 Ch 9 13 (sq. ? pers.), — opp. NX^ be expended, k. in other phrases: liiT33 "r^H ^ 2 K 2 4 10 + ari,i </<« city came into siege; cf. ^ 105 18 '"1X3 ?P3 it?B3 /us soul came into iron (v. AV RVm; Che felt iron chains, cf. Ew 01 Hup Pe; % Hi De al. iron came upon his soul); D'OJ? N3 come into (tfie) days,= advanced in age Gn 24 1 Jos 13 1 23 1 (all || ?pT); on 1 S i7 1! v. Dr. 2. come (ap- proach, arrive) opp. 'HpH Gn 16 8 1 S 20" (cf. v 22 ) Ne 6 17 Ec 5 1415 (of birth opp. death); sq. "btf pers. vel rei Gn 14 7 37 s3 ; sq. "by Ex 1 8 s3 2 Ch 20 24 (come up upon, almost = ascend); cf. also Lv 21 11 Nu 6 6 ; sq. b 1 S 9 12 2 Ch 29 17 ; sq. n? Nu 13 12 Ju 15 14 2 S 16'; cf. -Qpny tW3 W3 2 K I9 3 = ls 37 s children have come to the birth; sq. ny+bx 2 K 9 20 Dnbx ny X3 ; S q. n_ i oc . Ju

1 16 2 K 6 4 ; sq. ace. 1 S 4 12 2 K 8 7 Je 32 s4 ; cf. 

also La I 4 "iyiO 'X3 those coming to an appointed feast; abs. Gn 45 16 Joseph's brethren are come, & oft.; also of lifeless things, ark of '< 184°; wind Jbi 19 ; so 'bx K3 D3BD3 Gn 43 s3 your money came unto me = I received your money; our inlieritance has fallen to us Nu 32 19 (c. ~?S); so 1S9" its cry is come unto me, cf. Gn 18 21 Ex 3* La i 22 ; of time, oft. of imminent

MTQ 

future, esp. in phr. D'XS D'O; rijr Is 39"= 2 K 20 17 Je 7 s2 9 24 16" 19 6 ; cf. also 1 S 26'° Ez 7 7 + ; of day of '* Jo 2 1 3* Zc 14 1 Mai 3 21923 ; also ptcp. as adj. D^XSn D*D>n Ec 2 16 cf. Je 47 4 ; as subst. flton Is 4 1 22 things to come, future things; & D'XSH alone = adv. in (days) to come Is 27 s ; partic. a. come with, i.e. come, bringing, sq.

ni^isn tyrg tfax ,j, 66 13 ; '*• i:nx ni-nas Ni3s

^7i 16 (innp T 1 : ? ^?]«) so Lvi6 3 & perh. Pr 1 8 s — cf. 3 III. 1. b. b. come upon, fall or light upon, of enemy, attack, sq. "?y Gn 34^ 1 S 1 1 12 cf. Gn 32 s (sq. "OX); sq. sf. Jb 15 21 , so also 20 22 Ez 32"; of calamity, etc. Pr io 24 28 s2 t/r 44 18 (all c. sf.); sq. b Jb 3 a (|| nnx c. sf.) Is

9 (|| by X13); of blessing, sq. "by Jos 23 15 ; sq. 

sf. Jb 22 21 (cf. Di) yr 119 4177 . c. come to pass, of signs, wonders, predictions, etc. Dt 1 3 3 Jos 23 14 1S9 6 (X3} X3) Is 4 2 9 Je 28" Pn 3 12 Jb 6 8 + . d. Gn 6 13 ^J" N3 iB'fbs }>i?. perh. has presented itself before me (v. Kb), cf. La 1" supr. & 2 Ch 7 11 (where N13 for usual nby); but perh. (cf. Di) has come to pass before me, i.e. in my mind it is already a fact, e.t in phr. njy ^Xi3~ny Ju 6 4 cf. 1 1 83 1 S 1 7 62 2 S 5 25 1 K 1 8 46 (nM^TIJ) until thou comest fo = as far as; so also *|X13 (i13S'3) alone, = as far as, or in the direction of, Gn io 191930 13 10 25 18 1 S 27 s (all sq. n_ loc.)

S 15 7 ; so n»n Nib Nu 13 21 3 4 8 Ez 48 1 , cf. Ez 

4 7 15 (in a different connexion nmSN Xi3;> Gn35 16 48?); 'n Xbb iy Jos 13 5 Ju 3 3 i Ch 13 6 , cf. 5 9

Ch 26 s Ez 47 20 ; 'n Xi3?0 Am 6" 1 K 8" 

2 K 14 25 2 Ch 7 8 ; of Isaac •tjft "D.b "1N3 N"l30 N3 Gn 2^ 62 (but text dub.) f. attain to rvbfr nyi N3 tO 2 S 23 19 =i Ch 11 21 . g. be enume- rated nit3B'3 D'SSHj Ht. those coming with names 1 Ch 4 s8 . 3. go, i.e. walk, associate with (Dy) ^26 4 , so c. m PF22 84 (cf. nx ibn 1 3 20 & m ibnnn Gn s 22 - 24 6 9 ). 4. go (cf. -fin) from speaker, but with limit of motion given Is 22 15 "bx X3-^, so Ez 3 411 ; Gn 4 5 17 waiabi )yi2 nsnx'; i s 22 s nnin^ fix ^b-ntai rb ; is 47 s Jon i 3 ^B^n ntt3 nj3S a ship going to Tarshish; go to war nonbsb 1X3^ Nu 32". Hiph. Pf X'3n Gn 4 4 '+; sf. W3i] Dt 9 4 + , etc.;

ms. nx»an is 43 s3 , nxan Gn2 9 + , etc.; sf. 

^rw3n 2 s 7 18 iChi7 16 , yri^an Nu 16", vnsn ^66";' 1 s. 'nxan Gnsi 39 -!-, ^ixsni J e 25" Kt (Qr ^nxsni); 8 f. Tnixnni Ez 3 8 16 + , n'nxan Is 37 M , etc.; 3 pi. W3n Gn 43 s + ; sf. WW>3ri 2 Ch 2 8 27 etc; 2 mpl. QnX3n Nu 2 o 4 + ; Dnfc^Ip 1 S 1 6 17 ; 1 pi. sf. Dpxnn Nu 32 17 ; Impf. X'3J (X3J) Lv 4 32 + , X3> t 1 Gn 2 19 + ; sf. W?} Ez 4 o 17 , etc.; N13 99

ms. K'IPl Jb 14 3 ; sf. ins'3Ti J e 13', Dtoarn Ne 

9 23 ,iDX3n Ex 1 5 17 , K^N Ex 1 1 1 + {*?« 1 K 2 i 29 Mi I 16 ), etc.; Imv. N3? Gn 43 16 Ex 4 6 , Ann 1 S 20 40 , nN"3n Gn 2 7 7 + ; fs. H*nn 2 S 1 3 10 + , etc. ; /«/. a&s. tan Hg 1 6 ; cs<r. Knri Gn 1 8 " + ; Pt. Nno Ex io H + ,no 1 K 2 i 2l + 3^,1^30 Dt8 7 ; pi. D'NnD (D'iOD ) 1 K 1 o'- 5 + ; cstr. 'K3D Je 1 7 M , iVKntp Dn II* ; — 1 . cause to come in, bring in (conduct, lead, obj. persons and animals), sq. vR Gn 6 19 Ct 2 4 3 4 ; sq. 3 Lv 26 41 yff 66"; sq. b Ju 19 21 I S 9 "; sq. MsVEst i 1117 ; sq. n_ loc.Gn 24 w 46 7 ; sq. H__ + -^ Gn 19 10 ; sq. ace. (Tin) Ct I 4 2 K 9 2 ; also bring, carry in (lifeless things), sq. ~?K Nu 31 s4 Mai 3 10 ; sq. 3 Je 17 21 ; send, of sending (shoot- ing) arrows (fig.) La 3 13 , cf. Lv 26 36 ; of sending breath (nil) into dry bones Ez 37 s (Co by); sq. b Nei3 12 ; sq. n_ be. Ex 26 s3 2 K 20 20 nyyn ron-riK k:m; S q. ace. (Tin) 2S13 10 ; also 2Ch I5 1S (TV'S); abs. 2 S 6 17 ; partic. a. opp. X'Sin (bring out) Dt 9 28 (sq. "??); esp. in com- bination with N'lrtn Zga(£ om< aiii in (to and from battle) Nu 27 17 1 Ch u 2 . b. bring in women as wives for sons (sq. J'Wl ftp) Ju 12 9 (opp. nsinn n?^. <j. bring into judgment •lay os^oa s-an »nk| jbi 4 3 cf. Ec n 9 12 14 . d. cause sun to go down Am 8 9 (symbol of judg- ment), e. of harvest, bring in, gather 2 S 9 10 Hg i 6 (opp. JHT) cf. Ne 13 15 . f. put staves into (3) rings Ex 25" 37 s 38 7 cf. 26" Lv 14 42 ; hand into (3) bosom Ex4 66 ; girdle into (3) water Je 13 1 . g. other phrases, D"^,?f W?n OiT-P^ n "13J)3 jf e g5 j mt t ^ r n^ckg i (fa wor ]c t etc.; fisr. 5>S*3 DSntOm« W3T1 Je27 12 ; IW31 > O : ^ ( J t • t ^37 "lMB? Pr 23 12 apply to instruction thy heart; iTODn 33? K3J1 ^ 90 12 </ia< we may gain a heart of wisdom. 2. cause to come, bring, bring near, etc. (animate obj.), sq. vX Gn 2 1922 43" Lv 24 11 Nu 5 15 ; oft. of bringing Isr. to Canaan Ex 6 8 2 3 23 + , cf. Is 14 2 56 7 Ne i 9 ; abs. Dt 4 38 6 23 ; sq. b Gn 39 1417 ; sq. n_ loc. Ez 12 13 ; sq. D?i] Ju 18 3 , & DPrplJ (fig. of Yahweh's prospering care) 2 S 7 18 =iChi7 16 ; abs. GU46 32 ; also with lifeless obj., Gn 2 7 10 (sq. ?), so 2CI136 7 ; Gnsi 39 (sq. "PS); sq. ace. 2 K12 5 2 Ch 36 18 Dm"; sq. n_ loc. Ex 26 33 Je 20 5 ; sq. »?Bb 2 Ch 24 14 ; of ravens bringing food 1 K 17 6 (sq. f); of bringing presents Gn 43 s6 1 S 9'iC) 27 (all sq. p); cf. 1 S 17 18 ; esp. offerings, sq. b Gn 4 3 Nu 15 25 Ne io 3 " 7 ( n, ?p), etc.; Lv 2 2 sq. "?§ of priest; abs. Gn 4 4 LV4 32 23" 16 Mai i 1313 2'Ch 31 5 ; cf. alsO EX 35 2>«.23. 2 1.24.27. 2 9 fa I, ^ g0 3^ + . Q f time, cause a day <o come La I 21 ; cause cry to come ("Py)Jl>34 28 ; =carry fVha 7|>J3 n.Tl Ig 49 » (II ^ inf^f); carry £oa* m'(3) </, e Aa„,/ .11, 1 2 6 (cf. n?N p. 43); alloy) to come, almost = invite Est 5 ,! (sq. -b«) cf. v'°; partic. a. sq. 'by bring against, or upon, bring enemies against Je 25* cf. Ez 23 s2 ; obj. sword Lv 26 s6 Ez 5 17 1 1* 14 17 33 s ; plague Ex n 1 ; curse or calamity Gn 27 12 Dt 2 9 M 1 K 9 9 = 2 Ch 7 s2 Jb 42" cf. Je 25" 36 31 44 2 49 8 - 37 EZ14 22 ; sinGn20 9 26'° Ex 3 2 21 ; cf. also sq. ~b* J e 32" 49 M . b. bring to pass 2 K ic, 25 = Is 37 M cf. 1 Ch 4'° V 78 s . C. bring, bring forward, bring on the scene Mi 1" Zc 3". d. bring for a purpose, sq. inf. -^r 78 71 inKD iaj? a'pp nir6 tann ni?y. e . onV^, j»rocur«  XXg$ Jttjj «B»S?3 La 5'. ' Hoph. Pf. K3W Lv io 18 + ; 3 k'nxan Gn 33" (v. infr.); 2 ms. nnsan Ez 40 4 ; 3 pL «cpn Gn 4 3 18 ; /rop/. N3V Lve^-r, WtjP J6 2 7 22 ; >«.K3W 2X12'° + ; pi. D-N31» Gn 43 18 Ez 30" + 23*" (Co EH310), nixrHD ^45 15 ; — a. be brought in (of pers. and things), abs. Gn 43 18 ; sq. IT3 into a house Gn 43 18 , temple 2 K i 2 6 "" 4 - 17 22 4 2 Ch 34 914 . b. be brought, sq. b Gn 33" (but © rd. Hiph. / have brought), V , 45 15 ; sq. "?K unto Lv6 25 io 18 i 3 2 - 9 14 2 ; cf. Ez 2 3 42 (but v. Co VB); sq. Hjn Ez 40 4 ; sq. n^33 J e 27 s2 ; sq. inf. Lv 16 27 Ez 30 11 ; sq. fl? Je io 9 . c. be introduced, put, sq. 3, staves into ringsEx27 7 ;vesselinto water Lv 1 1 32 . tpiSli n.f. entrance, entry, nX33 Ez8 5 , i.e. of temple (but del. B Co). T NilD a.m. JeS8 ' 14 entrance, a coming in, entering; — '» abs. Je 38'"+ 3 1. + Ez 42" Kt (Qr WW wrong, cf. Co); cstr. N130 Dt n 30 + 12 t.; sf. W30 ^ 104 19 + 2 t.; IttB f 50 1 ; 1N13D 2 S 3 M Kt (Qr 1«3i» inexplicable cf. Dr); pi. cstr. fjtaO Ez 26 10 , flW30 Ez 27 s ; — 1. entrance, i.e. place or way of entrance, into a city Ju i 2426 I Ch.4 39 Pr8 3 (D'HTIB '»); into buildings 2 K ii 16 16 18 I Ch 9" fTOW Ni3Ein) ; 2 Ch 23 1316 Je 38" Ez 42' 46 19 ; v. also DJ DXtap entrance of (the) sea, gale of the sea, of situation of Tyre Ez 27 s . 2. entering, act of entrance, by violence, in storm of city Ez 26 10 ; coming in or together, making a crowd, DV N13D3 Ez 33 31 sira. of eagerness to hear Yahweh's word; in phrase lN130~nNl ^XXtoTlS 2 S 3 s5 thy going out and thy coming in ; mode of entering temple, or the people who enter Ez 44 5 ; particularly of sunset t^O^! 1 K"30 j, i04 ,9 ;=west Dt n 30 ; Jos i 4 2 3 4 Ni3D ?H3nD>ri n 2 N3TO

DM Cto^n = Mediterranean, Zc 8 7 Btotfn Ki3B p.X (|| nrijp jnK), Mai i 11 V' 50 1 113* stm*«<=wes<, opp. sunrise = east; in phr. from E. to IF., i.e. over the whole earth, everywhere on earth. I [Nai^ J n.[m.] in-coming, entrance, ^tOlD Qr 2 S3 25 , cf. Kt sub MOD; VK3tol Ez 43" and its entrances ( || I'NSiCI), del. B Co. In both, ungramm. form for assonance with NV1D. t PlN'On n.f . proventus, product, revenue — 'PI abs. it 1 07 37 + 3 1. ; cstr. J1N13PI Lv 2 3 s9 + ut.; sf. 'ntran Jb 3 i 12 Pr8 19 ; 'inwari Dt i4 ffl + 2 t.; in^iw Pr 3 9 ; iriX13Pl Lv io^ + Ez 4 8 18 Qr (Kt*wwvan), nhwori j e2 3 ; anwapi Ex23 10 +7t. + Ez48 18 Kt (so Co); «nW3n LV25 20 ; pi. PIN13H Lv25 ,5 +4t.; niK13Ti Pr 14 4 16 8 ; Q? ,r IK13P) Je 12 13 ; — 1. product, yield, usually of earth (= crops, etc.) H?? ' n Ex 23 10 Lv 19 25 23 s9 25 s1 - 7 (used as food for man & beast, cf. v 22 ) Jos 5> 2 , cf. Ne o 37 Lv 25 1516 , also Ez 48 18 ; in Gn 47 s4 'PI? must=o/ the crops '(3 partitive, cf. 3 1. 2. b; ® del. 3); IT^ 'PI 2 K 8« 2 Ch 31 s ; DTG 'PI Dt 22 9 cf. f 107 37 ; 'PI 0$ noiKn Is 30 23 ; Hi 'Pi & 3g 'PI Nu 18" ; JfM 'Pi t t ~: T ** » ■ T TAT * • Dt 1 4 s2 ; 15^ 'PI 2 Ch 32 28 ; as property of hus- bandmen, or people Lv 25 20 Dt 14 28 16 15 2 6' 2 Pr3 9 ; crops as determined by season, SPOt? 'PI Dt33 14 (|| 0"rr) BHS); yield of a year POP Lv 25 1222 ; cf. v 21 'PI H^V, subj. n3E>. 2. a. income, revenue, in general Jb 31 12 (almost = posses- sions) Pr 10" 14 4 15 6 16 8 Ec 5 9 cf. Is 23 s (le- venue of Tyre from trade with Egypt in bread stuffs), b. fig. gain of wisdom PIMPI 'n Pr 3" 8"; product of lips (Hn# 'PI) Pr 18 20 , i.e. results of his speech (|| B i, N" , B *T$); of Isr. as Yahweh's product Je 2 3 ; of Israel's wicked- ness Je 12 13 . fl. [T13] vb. despise (NH id.) — Qal P/. 3 ms. 13 Zc 4 10 (cf. Ko L439 ); 3 pi. V3 Pr i 7 ; /w;;/ ?»; Pr23 9 ; 3 fs. 13T11 Pr 3 17 ; 2 ms. T13PI (juss.) Pr2 3 22 ; pi. W» Pr6 30 Ct8 7 ; «$ Ct 8 1 ; Inf. abs. 1i3 Ct 8 7 ; Ft. Pr 1 1"+ 2 t.;— despise, shew despite toward (WisdLt & poet.) c. ace. Pr i 7 ; c. Inf. + b Pr 30 17 ; elsewh. sq. 7 + r.oun, Pr 6 s0 11" i 3 ' 3 14 s1 23 s22 Ct 8 l " Zc 4 10 . tn. PI2 n.m. PrI8!l contempt — '3 abs. Gn 38™+ gt.; cstr. Jb 3 1 34 ;— (WisdLt & poet., exc. Gn 38 J). 1. contempt springing from pride and wickedness Jl^i 34 ^I23 3 ' 4 (II i e^)> joined in one adverb, phr. with D1NJ ^31" '31 '33; springing from prosperity and ease Jb 12 6 ; = object of contempt Gn 38° Pr 12"; linErin^iio^PriS 3 . 2. judicial, poured out ("]£&) by God, in judgment Jbi2 21 = ^ 107 40 . trma n.f. contempt Ne 3 M '3 «S*n toe have become (an object of) contempt. till. t^llS n.pr.ni. (cf. As. n.pr.loc. Bdzu m ra 307 , zk is*. 93 f.) -,_ _ 2nd son of Nahor) Abra- ham's brother Gn 22 21 J; = tribe named with HI & X?** Je 25* 2. a Gadite 1 Ch 5 14 . ti. TO3 adj.gent. (=»IJJ2 fr. t?3 ace. to J. Derenbourg Eiju ) of Elihu's father Jb 32". +11. ""I^Q n.pr.ni. father of Ezekiel Ez I s . T^S, n.pr.m. a Jew of Nehem.'s time Ne 3 18 = '133 v 24 which prob. rd. also v 18 (® Bt8«, B«««, M*p) cf. further Sm LI '" !n12 . t '•T'Q v ^ - perplex, confuse (? Ar. i»)U> stir up (water of spring) then be disturbed, con- fused; cf. As. bdku, lead captive, orig. lead astray 1 COTEzm 2 )— only Nipt. Pf 3 fs.n3i33 Est 3 15 ; 3 mpl. to£j Jo 1 18 ; Pt. pi. &$£ Ex 1 4 3 ; — be confused, in confusion (of a city) Est 3 15 ; = wander aimlessly (of Isr.) Ex 1 4 3 ; so of cattle Jo i' 8 (Merx prop. 133, after @ HicKavo-av, but rQ3 not elsewhere of cattle). triDiap n.f. confusion, confounding, Is

s PI31301 i"!D13D1 flDinD tff a day of consterna- 

tion and down-treading and confusion; Mi 7 4 Dri313D IWUJI rwy now shall be their confusion. ti. VIS n.[m.] Bui, 8th month = Marches- wan, As. Arah samna, iK6 K Kin ?13 PITJ3 •<yipfn tfnhn ; "(Canaanitish; Ph. b rrv; a Palm, god is *?in (in n.pr. ^miy, Vog 93 b)2"W etc.) & ^13m , (Vog 93 , moon-god), which DHM B,r.wi OT .Ak.cviH.977 connectg w i tn Heb. i>13; Bae ™«"- (q.v.) thinks=i>$)3, cf. Thes pM0 ). II. 712 n.m. product, produce, v. 713 n:ia n.pr.m. v. ps. "'Ilia n.pr.m. v. H33. T [DI2] vb. tread down, trample — Qal Impf. D13J ^6o 14 =io8 14 ; 3/s. D13FI Pr 2 7 7 , D13K Is 63"; sf. 3 s. 13D13S I s 14 26 ; 1 pi. D133 ^ 44"; — tread down, trample (of warriors), no obj. expr. Zc io 6 ; id., fig. c. ace. (subj. as warrior) ISI4 25 cf. ^6o 14 =io8 14 Is 63"; (subj. men, with God's help) ^ 44 s ; fig. = reject, loathe Pr 27 7 . Pol. Pf 1DD13 is 6 3 18 ; 1DD3 J e 12 10 — tread down, in bad sense, subj. enemies of ' obj. ace. Je 12 10 (in metaph.) ;=i desecrate (obj. vhpo) Is 6 3 18 . Hithpol. Pt. f riDD'ana Dll" 1 Ez 1 6 6 -" — of the blind movements of infant's limbs, kick out (this way and that), fig. of Jeru- salem. Hoph. Ft. OZMi Is 14 19 — pass, trodden down Is 14", of corpse, sim. of king of Babylon. TD^""P n.pr.loc. Jebus. name of Jerusalem ace. to Jui9 10 Btyr* ten WSJ, cf. also v";

Ch 11 4 D13) IWJ D^OTi;, cf. v 5 . 

t* , D»Q, i, > "'Ca*' 1. adj. gent. Jebusite.Je- busites, sg. 'pajri riTWH 2 S 24 1618 cf. 1 Ch 21 i5.i8.28 2 Chf; as subst. aJebusite Zoo/; usually c. art. l 1 coll. the Jebusites, in hist, statement Gn 10 16 (J)= 1 Ch i 14 Nu 13 29 (E) Jos 9 1 n 3 I2 8 24 11 (all D) JU3 5 Nep 8 , all in list of Canaanitish peoples; so also 1 K 9 20 =2 Ch8 7 , where remnant of these peoples referred to; also Ezr 9 1 , which seems to shew that this list had become a standing expression for early inhabitants; cf. further in promises (JED) Gn l 5 » Ex 3 8 " if 2f 33 2 34 » Dt 7 ' 20 17 Jos 3 10 ; specif, defined as inhabitants of Jebus-Jerusa- lem Jos 15 6363 (J) Ju i»-» 2 S 5 68 (on which cf. Dr) 1 Ch 11 4 (called also HW ^ 2 S 5 6 & y-»r »a^ 1 Ch 11 4 ); v. also nwn "p>yr -ty j u 19"; whence 2. Jerusalem, Hex only P, Jos i 5 8 p^tfiT ten 333D 'Di3'n Wjrbx t*TT3 % cf. l8 i6. " l8 28 ntyftv mm vpamy- or. jyja. T nD*1""l*0 n.f. down-treading, subjugation, np!3Dl Iglg '13 I s 1&1 a nation of might and of down-treading (Che all-subduing); ntpliTO DV naUDI 'IK Is 2 2 5 , cf. OT sub -JO. T [r*D*Q]l] n.f. down-treading ss ruin, downfall, cstr. VWtK flpirtfl 2 Ch 2 2 7 tfo cfoam- fall of Ahaziah. J/-Q (assumed as V of foil., cf. Lag BN1 °; but V perh. JJJ?3 ; ace. to Sta * a7 a quadrilit. Ar. Aj, efferbuit et commotus fuit (sanguis), A_Ju puteus cvjus aqua haurienti propinquaf. tj-|J03nSl n.f. pi. blisters, boils (X I*yi3jnxj rf. a J>?y?, NH nyia jraja, Syr. )^oL^)Ex9 9 'n'y3V3« rna pnt^cf.v 10 . P*Q so Thes, better V*Q (cf. Ar. Jiti surpass in whiteness; ^»IIj white?iessf. t [nra] n.f. isio ' h eg g (xh «&, Ar. ixj, Aram. KHJT?, )*£•»-»)— only PL DTI Dt 2 2 66 Is 10"; cstr. T8 Is59 5 ; sf. "Tl Jb 39", DI ?T 3 Is 59 s ; — eggs Is io 14 (of small bird TBJt) Dt

2 66 , cf. Is io 14 (in simil.); (of ostrich B»JT») Jb 

39"; (of great viper <J1$?SX) Is 59" (metaph.) tyQ, ya n.[m.] byssus (late), (Ph. p3,

Q1 tfQ 

Aram. }'13 ,,<£>; -/dub.; Birch, Wilkinson « n u H .n.»t fr _ Egypt hboSi chthe; y gny Herodot"-"; Thes fr. V pa, but No z " oml, • ,,,10 ; Armen., ace. to Lag ■•-•«-«•"•) a fine white Egyptian linen, and cloth made of it, "tfriEB'p ftn rnajnva. 1 Ch 4 21 families of the house' of byssus-working; cf. 2Ch2"; p3 i>*yD3 ^3130 1 Ch 1 5 27 clotlied in a robe of byssus (but id. rather as || 2 S 6 14 TiT^a n|-13D was dancing with all his might); cf. '3 -pari Est 8 15 ; ps D'B^D 2 Ch 5"; P 3 V<pB Est i«; 2 Ch 3 14 material of naiB; article of trade Ez 2 7 " (del. © Co). Cf . also B»B>. pn (-PP3). tnj5*0 n.f. emptiness, Na 2" nj513D* npi3 "1"}? 39' emptiness and void and waste. Tnp^QO n.f. ?'(/., Na 2 11 v. supr. I. ""IIS, cistern, v. sub "1X3. II. "VQ, cleanness, v. "13 sub 1*13. tTQ vb - Q* 1 W- cstr - ""^ Ec 9 1 ( c - acc -); prob. (si vera 1.) make clear, clear up, explain (VB ; so sts., in NH, ma q.v.) but rd. perh. ntf*) "•ab*} ® e Bi; or imb Gr, cf. i" 2 3 7 s6 . t#"Q 109 vb - be ashamed (Sab. D13; DN3.TD =evil-doer DHII™ 01883 - 9 ", ||Aram. nna, Syr. Lo»a ; Ar. cX> , i£jf mean disperse) — Qal Pf Je48 39 ; B'3Je48 13 ; HBns J e i 5 »; *riE'3 Je3i" + 2 5 1. ; Impf. B^ Is 2 9 20 + 5 7 t. ; /m/. abs. t^3 Je 6 15 8 12 ; Imv. *#B Is 2 3 4 Ez i6 i2 ,^3 EZ36 32 ; P«. pi. D'Bns EZ32 30 ;— 1. abs./eeZ shame Je 6 15 + i6t:, Is i9 9 2 3 4 37 27 Is 2 45 16 + 14 t., Ez 16 63 Mi7 16 Jo2 26 - 27 2Ki9 26 Ez9 6 Jb6 S0 ^6"(+27t., chiefly in late Psalms). 2. sq. IP, be ashamed of, i.e. disconcerted, disap])ointed by reason of Je2 36 - 36 i2 13 48 13 Isi 29 20 5 Ez32 30 36 32 . 3. with obj. b / Mf'? "rip / am ashamed to ask Ez 8 X ; tb ♦p ^13"iri 1S?3TI ye ar« not ashamed to deal hardly with me (impf. sub'.) Jb 1 9 3 . CT13 often || Eibsi & "iBn ; 1033*11 IK'S <^ey are ashamed and confounded Je 14 3 , 82" Is 2 41 11 45 1617 Ez i6 6! 36 s2 ^ 3 5 4 6 9 7 EZ9 6 ; Q'BDpn ^IDni D'lhn IBOl a «rf <A« *eer* «/taZi be ashamed and the diviners confounded Mi 3 7 , cf. Je 15 9 Jb 6 20 ^ 35 116 40" 70 s 7i J4 ; "W iiipp Ho 13" (id. bo" j« <%); en3"iy t Ju 3 s

K2 i; 8". Polel P/ ^ delay (in shame), 

n*np "12*0 W3 Moses delayed to descend Ex 32' (J) ; Si3^i "1331 tlpa yVTO why delay his chariots to come) Ju 5 s3 . Hiph. 1. ifi?* f 44 8 J nn^3n f 53"; /mp/. 2 ms. sf. *#*?? f 1 i9 3U16 ; lB*'3ri ^i 4 6 ; pw< to «^ame, P<. B**3pPr 10 s 14 34 rnma

tn

  • 29 ls ; one causing thatne or acting shame-

full;/, || ^#5 ; t^at? f?3 ^»: ^affD Taj 1 a ser- vant acting wisely will rule over a son causing shame Pr 17 s ; '"18*30 || b)n D^K Pr 12 4 . 2. B*3in 2S19 6 Je^V Joi 1 ' 012 ; t^3'n Jeio 14 + 7 t., Ho 2 7 Jo i 1217 Is 30 5 (but tHOto Kt); WOh Je8 912 ; /rot,, ifrjh Jo I 11 (all the forms in Joel derived v / B'3J by ancient versions and some moderns, vid. Ew s 122 " Ges > w 6 ). a. put to shame 2 S 19 6 . b. act shamefully Ho 2'. C. to be put to shame Je 2 M 6 15 46- 4 48 ,uo 50" Jo 1 ■« (?). d. 6e asAawd Je 8 9 -' 2 Jo 1 1US (?) Is 30' (Qr); c. ?» J e io 14 =5i 17 . Hithp. Impf. WtPaJV ashamed before one another Gn 2 25 (J). tnttTia n.f. shame ^8 9 46 Mi 7'° Ob v 10 Ez 7 ,8 . T tniO n.f. shame (?f3 Ew ,16)f ) Ho io 6 . tjim n.f. shame Jb 8 23 + 20 t,; sf. »«f^ ^6 9 a, + 7t. 1. sAame 1 S 2c, 30 - 30 f 40" 69 20 70 4 Is 30" 6 1 7 Je 2 26 3 s5 20 18 Hb 2 10 Zp 3 519 ; ntfa Wlb clothe with shame Jb 8 ffl V' 35 :6 1 32 ls ; || HBO HUVV' io 9 m ; D ^T( n ) T^ 3 shame (or con- fusion) of face 2 Ch32 21 Ezr9 7 Dn 9", cf. ^44 16 Je 7"; TD^JJ n ?' 3 s/ia»ie 0/ % 2/ou</t Is 54"; DBOTP-iy nakedness (that is) shame Mi I 11 cf. V' 45 6 ; l ox ™-l? n P * S 2o3 °- 2 - shameful thing, substituted for 75?? (q.v.) by later editors, H09 10 Je3 M ; npab nina]p j e n 13 , cf. flftov Sii 21 = ^3T Ju6 32 ; nj&T^il 2 S2 8 =^5?3E>N

Ch S 33 . 

t[©1lO] n.[m.] pi. sf. VBQD, his privates, that excite shame, pudenda, Dt 25 11 . T2 v. sub T13. f [NTH] vb. divide, cutthrough(? cf. Aram. »13, <*L» T cleave)— Qal P/ B"TB WJK Is 18" whose land rivers cut through (of Cush). TnT2 vb. despise (Pal. 3! NTS, cf. Hj raise <Ae head loftily and disdainfully) — Qal Pf. Nu , 5 " +; n»]a 2 S 12 9 ; sf. ^rira 2 s 12 10 , etc.; Impf. 13»1 Gn 25 s4 Est 3 6 ; sf. VTKM i 8 1 7 42 ; 3 fs. 13Fn 2S6" 1 Ch 15 29 ; 2 ms. nnn>5i ,9 73 20 ; WSJl Ne 2 19 ; VIMS 1 S io 27 ; Inf.' cstr. nfa IS49 7 (Di Ew 4180 "); P«. ac«. nfo p r 15 » I9 i« ; vrna p r 14 * ; D'tfa 2 Ch 36 16 ; 'Jto Mai i 6 ; sf. M'a 1 S 2 s0 ; joass. ^13 Je 49 1S + ; f. n ^' 3 Ec 9 ,B ; — despise, regard with contempt, sq. ace. rei, birthright Gn 25 s4 (J); words of' Nui5 31 (P; notelsewh. in Hex);

S 12" cf. 2 Ch 36 16 ; name of '" Mai i M (cf. 

infr.); oath {ffyf) Ez 16 59 i^"-"-"; holy things Ez 22 8 ; one's own ways Pr i9 lfi (i.e. is careless of them, lives recklessly, opp. WSJ "lets', cf. Ssy "isi 16' 7 ); distress of the distressed yfr 22 s5 (II Y®?, subj/'); prayer, subj. id. i^i02 18 ; broken & contrite heart ^ 51 19 (c. ^?), cf. on other hand 73 20 ; sq. ace. pers. Saul 1 S io 27 , David i7 42 cf. Pr is 20 , '< 1 S 2 30 2 S 12 10 Pr 14 2 , his prisoners ^ 69 s4 (subj. '1); sq. j>, W^ b t3Bl 2 S 6 16 = i Ch 15 29 , 2 K i 9 21 =is 37 22 ;" sq. *>$?' pers. Ne2 19 ; sq. Inf. T nVJ) VJ71 |1«1 Est 3 6 ; note esp. HT3 CS3 I s ^^' a despising of soul, i.e. owe despised fromtlxe soul, thoroughly despised; on otherviews v. Che Di. Pt. pass, despised, of pers. cstr. DV 'IIS despised of people (|| D"1K n3"in) ^, 22", cf. DTR3 *«a Je49 15 also Obv 2 ; of wisdom Ec 9 16 . Niph. Pi!, njaj f 1 5 4 + ; f. nj33 1 S 1 5 9 (so rd. for nnOJ cf. Webr); pi. DV33 Mai 2*;— 1. despised V'lo 4 119 141 Is 53 33 Je 22 M . 2. wTe, worthless

S 15 9 . 3. despicable, contemptible Mai I 7 

said of table of cf. v 12 2 9 ; Dn 1 1 21 as subst. of Antiochus Epiph. Hipb. Inf. fn^ys nttW^» Est 1 17 so as to cause to despise their lords (cause their lords to be despised). t|V-n n.[m.] contempt Est i 18 (*|X$. '3). ntS v. sub TT3. T * T 113 vb. spoil, plunder (Ar. y> , Aram. jj» ; Amhar.nHnH:perh.Eth.fl,Ha>:r«*CMePra BAS, - 3S ) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. ID* (consec.) Ez 29 19 ; 3 pi. W3 Nu 3 i 63 +7t.; 1TT3 Nu 3 1 9 ; sf. WHtM consec. Je 20 6 ; i pi. «H3 Dt 2 35 ; VfUS 3 7 ; Impf. 2 ms. fan Dt2o' 4 , pi. M^ Is io 2 + 2 t.; *»5 Gn 34 27 + 4 t.; sf. tW3; Z P 2 9 ; 2 mpl. IfaPl Jos 8 2 ; 1 pi. cohort, nj'33 x S 14 s6 (cf. Ges' 67811 ); Imv. V& Na2 1010 ; Inf. cstr. 13 Isio 6 + 3 t.; 113 Est 3 13 8"; Pi.aci.pl. D'Uia Is 42 s4 2CI120 25 ; sf.^Lfa Je 30 16 , IJMTS Is 17", DHMTS Ez 39 10 ; pass. H13 Is 4 2 s2 ; — «pot7=take as spoil, c. ace. rei Nu 3 1 9 Dt 2 s5 (c. i» & refl. suff.) Je 20 5 Ez 26 12 Na 2 10 yjf 109 11 ; oftener c. ace. cogn., 13 Nu 31 s2 Is io 6 (|| tyf tyv, as oft.) 33* Ez 29 19 38 1213 ; HJ3

Ch 25 13 ; tyv Dt 3 7 2o' 4 (both sq. b c. refl. suft - .) 

2 Ch 20 s525 28 s Est 3 13 8"; nom & 5^B» Jos g2.w j j u ( a u g q jj c _ re fl guff^. i,j p erg carr i e( i off (cf. 13) Gn 34 M (MT, but cf. 01); plunder, despoil, c. ace. pers. robbed Is 1 o 2 1 1 14 1 7 " (nDB*) 4 2 22 (|| ?"d.)Zp2 9 Je30 10 EZ39 10 - 10 ; c. DH3 ( pe rs.)

S 14 36 ; c. ace. of place plundered Gn 34 s7 
K 7 16 2 Ch 1 4 13 ; abs. Nu 3 1 53 1»4»». fNi'pb. 

P/.M331 consec. Am 3" ; Impf. 2 ms. 1^30 Is 24 s ; Inf. abs. Ti3H Is 24 s — be spoiled, plundered, n

-ra subj. nuDiN Am 3"; )nxn Is 24 s ; fan ?ian ( || pian pian). + p u . />/ vni C onsec. Je 50 37 — be taken as spoil, subj. msiK. Tta n.[m.] spoiling, robbery; spoil, booty — '3 abs. Nu I4 S + ; so also Ez 25' Qr (Kt J3 meaningless); T3 J e 2 14 + ; but 13H Nu 31 s3 v. d. H; sf. W3 Ex 29"; — 1. spoiling, robbery, '3b i.e. to be plundered, despoiled Ez 7 21 (of temple || bbt?) 23 46 . 2. s^ot'Z, iooty, plunder Is io«  33 50 Ez 29 19 3 8 1213 (all ace. cogn. || bbe*); c f. Nu 31 32 Je 15 13 17 3 ; in phr. q} r«l J e 49^ (of camels) Ez 36 4 cf. v 5 ; also of human beings Nu 14 33 ' Dt i 39 Je a" (all '3b rm) + i K 21" (|| nDB*D) Is 42 s2 (|| «*.) Je 2 14 , cf. 3 o' 6 (|| HD^D); also Ez 25 7 Qr, 26 s ('ab Itn ; both in personif.); fig. of Isr. as sheep Ez 34 s - 22 (both 'ab fWl) v 28 T3 »w (no b). On Is 8 1 - 3 T3 e>n bbe> ino v . inc. t Prt3 n.f. spoil,booty(late)— HJ3 2 Chi 4 13 + 9t.; — spoil,prey, of things 2CI128 14 Est9 101516 , cf. 2 Ch i 4 13 25 13 Dn 1 i M (||bbe>&B>l3-i); n. verb., spoiling, '33 Ezr g 7 Dn 1 1 33 , cf. also 'sb Ne 3 s6 . jVta. v. sub HT3. t i"P rYVTS n.pr.loc. ace. to MT place near Beersheba Jos 1 s 28 ; but rd. prob. n'niJSI ® and her daughters (villages, cf. ri3 sub |3) v. Ne 1 1 27 (We Sm215 HolIenb Ata - '"*'■• jM -"Di al.) pO (Aram. p]3, jjJLs scatter; Ar. JjJ n'««  (of sun) is prob. erroneous v. Lane 1W ). tpjl n.[m.] lightning flash? Ez i 14 Hi Co del.; verse oin. in old MSS. of ©; sense uncertain, possibly error for pia. Tpt2 n.pr.loc. r S n 8 (pn3) rendezvous of Israel under Saul and Sam.; Ju i 4S home of Adoni-bezek ; on loc. cf.Euseb. Lag " 010 - 106 ' 2nd •"■ 139 ; see also Stu. Ju i 4 ; 17th (mile-)stone fr. Neapolis toward Scythojiolis ; mod. Hirbet Ibzik, 14 Eng. m. fr. Nablus, Survey"- 231 . f[1TIl] vb. scatter (Ar. Jjj, Aram. "H3) —Qal Impf. Dn n 24 "rip; Drib tfa-y bben nis plunder and spoil and 2>ossessions he will scatter among them (subj. Antiochus Epiph.) Pi. Pf. 1|3, id., f68 31 , but rd. Imv. "ffl ("»?)(© © 33 so most; De follows MT), subj. ref. to obj. B'BJ?.

  • Mr^3 n.pr.m. a eunuch of Ahasuems,Est

I 10 (Thes comp. Pers. beste, ligatus sc. membro, e.g. spado, cf.Vullers 1 '"*- 1 '" 8 - sub siL-j). f I. [^riB] vb. feel loathing (cf.Syr, (so in lexx.) nauseated (yet v. Oei t^ 1 "" 1 - **>) . NSyr.%-4 mv V cf- Stoddard c ~" , - ,a - n )- Qal Pf. 3 fs. nbna z c 1 1 8 db>m d:i nna ^w ispni '3 '3 fdt a loathing against me. fll. [bra] vb. (Ar. Ji> be avaricious) ; only Pu. PL nb ; nap nbru an inheritance ^oMen 6y <?W Pr 20 21 Kt; < Qr Vrss rfjnap 'J, v . b.T3. ttjnS] vb. examine, try (cf. Aram, jns, Syr. ^li, try, examine; Ar. cr s.-* 1. vm. te««, cf. W 8Q6S )— Qal Pf sf. ♦£$» Jb2 3 10 , nana ^17'+ 7 t.; /m;;/. jjBj ,/, 1 1 5 + 5 t.; Imv. sf.'^ns^ 26' + 2t.; Inf. !>13 ZC13 9 ; Pt. (03 Jen^+st. (|| spX, DDO); — 1. examine, scrutinize, try 1// 11'

23 Jb 7 18 ; dtk »:3 ttjfl; VBjrey z/ ls eye ^« 

try the children of men (search them through and through) f 11 4 . 2. prove, test, try. a. with the metaphor of gold Jb23 10 ; ?n33 Crura* 3njrrriS and I will try them as one tries gold Zc 13 9 . b. without metaphor, of God testing persons jr 26 s 66 10 81 8 Je 9°; their ways Je 6 27 ; the 3? i/r 17 3 Je 12 3 Pr 17 3 1 Ch 29 17 ; reins Je 1 7 10 ; heart and reins f 7 10 Je 1 1 20 (= 20 12 ). c. of man testing or tempting God i^95 9 Mai 3 1015 . d. the ear trying words Jb 12"= 34 s . Niph. Impf. fri3^ Jb 34 36 Gn 42 1516 , to be tried, proved. Pu. jn'3 Ez 2 1 18 the trial has been made (© © 23 Ges MVEwKe, but noun jn'aMT Symm Haev.; rd. fns with grace, favour, Hi Co). t|ni£ n.[m.] testing, Is 28'" fO'a [3N atested, tried stone, i.e. approved for use as a foundation- stone. On Ez 2 1 18 MT v. foreg. ad fin. iJfTl a.[m.] watch-tower, Is 32 14 . t[pm] sf »'JW|i(dag. f. implic. Qr; W13 Kt) Is 23 13 their siege-towers. TpPQ n.[m.] assayer, one who tries metals Je6 27 (G T es* 84 ' s Ew tlK!b ). TSTQ Is 23 13 Kt; v. [pna] supr. t"in3 vb. choose (cf. Aram."in3, Syr. «1» lljra, 1b. beru (-/1K3) Dl rr76 )— Qal Pf. ins Dt 7 6 + 66 1.; ina: l s 4i 24 + 60 1.; "fS$ Jb 29^ (Baer); Imv. tna Exi7 9 +5t.; Inf. abs. ^ 1 S 2 28 Is 7 1516 ; Inf. cslr. sf. 'Tg Ez 20 6 ; Pt. ina 1 S 20 30 Zc 3 2 ; pass. Tina Ex 1 4 7 + 1 8 1.;— 1. with a, a. divine choice, of Abraham Ne9'; Israel Dt 7 7 Is 44' Ez 20 5 ; to become his people Dt 7 6 i4 2 ; Jesburun IS44 2 ; the seed of the patri- archs Dt 4 37 10"; Levites Dt 18 6 21 5 1 Ch 15 5 2Ch29 n ; Aaron yj/ 105 26 ; Judnh 1 C h 28 4 not Ephraim ty 78 67 ; Levi and Judah Je^; the king Dt I7 1S , especially David 1 S io 24 16 8 " -ra

rten

S 6" i K 8 16 (= 2 Ch 6 6 ) i Ch 28" 29 1 2 Ch 

6' V 78 70 ; others Nu 16 6 I7 M (P) Hg 2 s3 ; place of sacrifice Dt 12 18 14 25 16 716 17 s 2 Ch 7'*; the city 1 K 8 ,6 « (=2 Ch 6 534 ) 11 33 ; Jerusalem 2 Ch 6 6 Is 14 1 Zc i 17 2 16 3 s ; Zion ^132"; de- lusions Is 66 b. man's choice, of ways Pr 3 31 Is 66 s ; good things Is 7 1516 ; life Dt 30"; gods Ju 10" Is 4 1 24 ; God's pleasure Is 56* 65 12 66 4 . 2. with 1B*« (alone, for '3 nm "HW): a. dmne c/101'ce, of Israel Is 4 1 8 WfB* T 0? ^i 5 ?-, 4 3 10 ; the people 1 K 3 s ^33 12 ; men Nu i6 7 (P) ^65"; king 2 S 16" 1 Ku"; place of sacrifice Dt I2 14M i5 M 17 10 31" (D) Jos c, 27 (P), especially DB> i»B> 0*7 Dt I2 5 - 2 ' 14 24 , BB> i»£> I??'!) Dt 12" 14" i6 2 - 6:i1 Ne i 9 ; the city 1 K 8" (=2 Ch 6 s8 ), db> 'et? nvth 1 K n 36 14 21 ( = 2 Ch I2 ,s ); Jerusalem iKii" 2 K 21 7 ( = 2 Ch 330 2 3 W > f ast I s 58 5 ' 6 ; way ty 25 12 . b. man's choice, place to dwell in Dt 23 7 ; gardens Is i 29 ; king 1 S 12 13 ; wives Gn 6 2 (J); what to do 2 S 1 5 1S . 3. with ace. & ?, choose some one or something for : a. divine choice, of Levi 1 S 2 M ; Jacob 1^ i35 4S ; inheritance ^ 47 s . b. human choice, persons Ex 17 s Jos 24 1522 (E) 1 S 8 18 13 12 2S24 12 (=iCh2i 20 ); thingsGni3 11 (J)iSi7 40 1 K 18 2325 Jb 34 4 . 4. with ace. and JO, choose, select from 2 S io 9 (=i Ch 19 10 ). 5. ace. a. divine choice, temple 2 Ch 7 16 ; Judah ^ 'jS 68 ; servant Is 41 9 49 7 . b. man's choice, persons Ex ^^(E) Ju 5 8 Jos8 3 (J) 2 S-I7 1 ; things Jb 7" 9 14 15 8 2 9 26 34 s3 1 19 30173 Pr i 29 Is 4O s0 . 6. with by, »:jjd mra nt by *a /or <A« </iow Aa»< chosen rather than affliction Jb 36 21 ; with ace. and by pregn. ^y ">rnn IK'S !>3 aW that thou cltoosest (to lay) upon me 2 S 19 39 . 7. with i> of ace. 1 S 20 30 (many MSS. have 3; but © We Dr read I3n companion). The ptcp. "WI3 chosen, of a ruler ^ 89 20 , warrior Je 49'° ( = 5o 44 ); as cedars Ct5 15 ; coll. "lira 331 chosen chariots Ex 14 7 (E); "lira B^N chosen men, warriors Ju 20 151634 1 S 24 s 2 Ch 13 317 , for wh. lira alone 1 K 12 2 ' = 2 Ch II 1 , 2 Ch 25 s ; btriw mn3 1 S 2 6 2 ^ 7 8 31 ; 2 S 1 o 9 btcfcv nira (|j 1 Ch 19 10 iwi'tra lira, doubtless the true reading, as 2S6 1 ). 8. test, try (Aram. = fn3) »3V "i«31^-in3Is 4 8 10 /AaDe<«*<erf thee in the fur- nace of affliction <S X Ges Hi E w De Che Dr, but chosen 93 Rab Calv AV. Niph. "inai J e 8 3 ; ft. Ira? p r 8'»4.5 t.;— to 6e chosen. ' a. abs. chosen, choice Pr 8 1019 io 20 . b. cstr. JO, 1D3J1 D"nD mo (iea</t wt'rt 6e chosen rather than life Je8 3 ; choicer than Pn6 16 22'; mtO HW£ in30 clwicer (more acceptable) tfo Yahweh than peace- offering Pr2i 3 . Pu. "tro? chosen, selected Ec 9T 3 ^Qr). TIITO n.m. young man Is 62"+ 7 t.; pi. D^Via (intensive with dag. f. implic.) Pr2o 29 + i3t.; cstr. , lin3Ez23 6 + 4t.; sf. ^in? etc. La 1 18 + 1 6 1.; — young man (choice, in the prime of manhood* 1 S 9 2 Ec 1 1 9 Is 62 s ; coll. young men Je 15 8 ; rpinai "Ana young men and virgins Dt 32 s6 2 Ch 36 17 Je 51 22 Ez 9 6 ; usually pi. Ju 14 10 liu 3 10 1 S 8 16 2 K 8 12 2 Ch 36 17 Pr 20 29 Is 9 17 31 8 40 30 Je 6" 9 20 11 22 18 21 48 15 4 9 26 50 3 51 3 La i 15

' 8 ' 4 Ez 3 3 612 - 23 3 o 17 J03 1 Am2 11 4 10 ; || minru 

V' 78 s3 148 12 Is 23 4 Je 3 1 13 La i 18 2 21 Am 8 13 Zc 9 17 . + [D"n/)!"0] n.f.abstr.pl. youth, pi. sf. lnna n u j ^ (j ; Onk @ Ges De Di ; V-v-m © Sam *B Lu Ke) ; T9*" w ? Ec 1 1 9 , TO™ 3 Ec 1 2 1 . tflYTIl] n.m. chosen, cstr. "Vna 2 S 2i 6 (but We Dr TO); sf. l*Vro 1 Ch 16 13 f 8 9 4

643 ic.6 5 - 23 Is 3 4 2' 43 20 45 4 65* 

always the chosen or efectf of Yahweh.

□'HIIS n.pr.loc. (young men's village) of 

a small town of Benjamin beyond the Mt. of Olives on the way to Jericho (cf. Rob BBi ' 433 ; Kasteren ZPV im - ,00 ' ff ) 2 S 3 16 16 5 17 18 19 17 1 K 2 8 (=ftej>J ace. to % } °" Schwarz Marti-Schick ZPV III. 8 1 TirQ'] n.pr.m. (He (El or ' , ) chooses) son of David 2S5 16 iCh 3 6 14 5 . t[" nQ] n.[m.](f. Ez 24 s ) choicest, best, cstr. in}!? Dti2 n + iot.; sf.VjnaDDn 11 16 ; vows Dt 1 2"; valleys Is22 7 ; fir trees Is 37 24 ; cedars Je2 2 7 ; bones Ez 24 4 ; sepulchres Gn2 3 6 (P); of the flock Ez 24 s ; of the Assyrians Ez 23 7 ; captains Ex 15 4 (E poet.); young men Je 48 15 ; P33^ 31131 "iri3D Ez 3 1 16 (del. 31131 ® Co); D? ^"JC 131 ? Dn ii i5 =his choice troops. Tl'irOE) ^-[m.] choice, in the phrases "1'V linnip choice city 2K3"; VBna nin3D choice fir trees 2 K 19 23 = VBTia nnap I 8 37 s4 (prob. scribal error in both cases for ID??). TirQQ n.pr.m. (choice) one of David's warriors 1 Ch 1 1 38 . "Pjp^nrQ adj. gent. Baharumite 1 Ch 1 i M =<prna 2 S 23 31 . Prob. ^ira Dr. I [riZDS., WI33] vb. speak rashly, thought- lessly (NH idV"D3)— Qal Pt. ncta Pri2 18 one that babbleth (oipTp. D'^q fiB*?). Pi. Impf ny^3B'3 Kt33^ Lv 5 4 speak rashly, unadvisedly; so' WS'Ba Kt33)l (of Moses) + I06 33 ; Inf. D^ns^3 NB3^> Lv 5 4 (P). MSOO 105 TNt22p a.[m.] rash utterance, NB3D irnab> Nu 30 7 ' 9 . ]M f I. npS vb. trust (cf. Ar. 'kwo throw one down upon his face Thes, lilft lie extended on the ground, ' se reposer sur quelqu'un' Fl MV)— Qal Pf. ne>3 + 2 8 7 + 35 1.; Impf. nti2) Jb 40 23 + 27 t.; Imv. HB3 + 3 f + 8 t.; Inf. abs. nlD3 Is 5 9 4 , cs^r. Hb3 f n8 8 +2t.; i><. nca f 2i 8 + 3 5t.; pass. TODS V,ii2 7 Is 2 6 3 . I. trust. 1. abs. Isi2 2 . 2. with cogn. ace. nnca ib-k nrn pnuan no wto «'« this trust that thou dost trust? 2K i8 19 =Is36 4 . 3. with 3 trust in— a.. God 2 K 18 5 19 10 1 CI15 20 ^ 9" 21 8 22 5 - 6 25 2 26 1 2 8 7 32 10 37 3 40 4 55" 56 512 62 9 84 13 9i 2 ii2 7 I i5 9 '» 11 i25 1 i43 8 Pri6 20 2 9 25 Is 26 s - 4 37 10 Jei7 7 39 18 Zp 3 2 . b. persons Ju 9 26 it 41 10 118 89 146 3 Pr 3 i" Jei7 5 4 6* Mi 7 s . c. </a'«^« Dt28 32 Jb39 u ^2 7 3 44 7 52 9 62"ii5 8 i35 ,8 Pni 28 28 26 Is 3 o l: " 47' Je5 17 7'

25 4 8 7 49 4 Ez 16 15 Ho 10 13 Am 6 1 . d. in the 

name of God ^ 33 21 Is 5 10 ; mercy of God ^ 1 3° 52'°; word of God 4t 119 42 ; salvation of God it 78 211 . 4. with by, trust or rely upon — a. God it 31 15 37 5 Pr 2 8 25 Je 49". b. persons 2 K I8 2021 - 24 = Is 3 6 5 - 6 - 9 , Je 9 3 . c. things 2 K 18 21 = Is36" 2 Ch 32 10 , it 49 7 Is 31 1 5 9 4 Ez 33 13 Hb 2 18 . 5. with bx <ms< <o— a. ffoc? 2 K 18 22 ( = Is 3 6 7 ) V 4 6 3 1 7 5° 4 86 2 Pr 3 5 . b. persons JU20 36 . c. things Je 7 4 (=nm by 7 8 ). II. Se confident Jb 6 20 40 23 Pr 14 16 ; TM3 fi^TO n 93? </ig righteous are bold as a lion Pr28'; secure Jb 1 1 18 Pr 1 1 16 ; nt33 Dy a people secure Ju 1 8' 10 - 27 ; nintpa J11J3 careless daughters, (women) Is 3 2 9 cf. v 1 ' 011 . Hiph. Pf. nnenn j e 28 16 ; /to;;/ nC3: Is 36 15 + 2t.; P«. TOpS? ^ 2 2 10 ; cause to trust, make secure, abs. ^22'°; with by Je 28 15 29 31 ; with b« 2 K i8 30 = Is 3 6 15 . < ti. nC2 n.[m.] security — Gn 34 2S + 41 t.; n 95J EpK'n Is 32 17 quietness and security = "C^ai Bgjp'P? Is 30' 5 (but prob. both infs.) elsewhere always adverb ; — securely, riD3b 3E" Lv 25 1819 2 6 5 Ju 18 7 1 K 5 5 i, 4 9 Pr s 29 Is 47 s Je 3 2 37 49 31 Ez 28 26 34 2528 38 81114 39 6 - 26 Zp 2 15 Zc "; nD3 3K« Dti2 10 1S12"; nuab pe> Dt

12 f 16 9 Je 23 s 33 16 ; PIB3 ptf Dt 33 s8 Pr 

i"; nonb (rm) Jb 24 s3 Ez 34"; nt33 IW1 Ju 8"; nu3b ibn Pi-3 23 ; na3 ibn Pno 9 ; nD3b aw> Jb ii 18 Ho 2 20 ; nt33b pi Is 14 30 ; nsD3b nra f 7S 53 ; nD3 I3y Mi 2 8 ; nC3 Bh3 Ctt#A (dwell- ing) securely Ez 30 9 (pregnant construction, del. nti3 Co); HB3 Tyn by Wfaj and <% came upon the city (dwelling) securely Gn 34 s (J). tnTlSSa n.f. trusting Is 30" (prob. inf. /. = nB3Is 32 ir). t]inJ2S n.m. trust 2 K i8'» = Is 3 6 4 ; hope Ec 9 4 . tnin^2 n.f.pl. security, safety Jb 12". •TI^JQ n.[m.] confidence Ez 29 111 — cstr. HB3D Pr i 4 »+ 2 t.; sf. <nt>3» Jb 31* + 6 t. (dag. implicit); DHC30 Je48 13 ; rtPlBao Pr2i a - pi. D<nt?3» Is 3 2 18 ;' ^0030 J e 2 : ' 7 ';-l. th* act of confiding Pr 2 1 22 22 19 25 19 . 2. the object of confidence Jb8 14 18" 3 1 24 ^40 5 65 6 7i' Je 2 s7 i7 7 48 13 Ez29 16 . 3. the state of confidence, security Pr 14 26 Is 32 18 . < tn. HB|l n.pr.loc. city of Hadadezer king of Zobah 2 S 8 8 (but read rather Tirao so 1 Ch l8 8 ; © Sm Maa/3a<c, @L Ma«3<« ; © Ch Mfra- PlX"'> ©L raftaad ; cf. also We Dr). II- ntO^ (-/assumed for following). t D^ntplN n.[m.]pl. water-melons (Mish. tVOaUt, Sam.^/rr^S; cf. Low 1 ' - 2 * 7 ; Ar, '%, etc.; perh. loan-word in Heb. cf. Sta' 258 ; mod. Egypt, battich, biftich cf. reff. in Di Nu ii 6 ; on formation cf. Lag 8 " 10 , who comp. Eth. aqtala)— Egyptian fruit, 'Kn Nu 1 1 5 ( || D'KB'iSPI , TJfnn Q^SSn, D^tp^n); © roi,, nhtovas. tp92] vb. cease (NH bos, Ar. jii, Eth. 0mA: both be futile, vain, but As. bafdlu, cease Lotz TP98 , so Aram. b'BS.^a^Qal Pf vD31 consec. Ec 1 2 3 and the grinders cease. I. 7J0^ (meaning dub.; -/of following). f 1. {B3 n.f. Nu51!5 beUy, body, womb (Ar. ^)— '3 abs. Ju i 3 7 + ; (C3 v 6 +; cstr. it?3 it i39 ,3 +; sf- '?»? Jb 3 10 + ; 1?B3 Dt 7"+; "HP? GH25 23 ; '003 Jbi5 2 -r,etc.;— 1. a. belly, abdomen, of man Ju 3 21 ' 22 ; of woman Nus 2122,27 ; as beaiitiful in form Ct 7'; as seat of hunger Pr 13 25 ; as eating Ez 3' (|| D'yp); c f. Pr 18 20 (fig.); as seat of passion, avarice, etc. Jb 20 2023 ; in fig. of God's casting riches out of extortion- er's belly Jb 20 15 (|| WKp;i), cf. also * 17"; fig. of innermost part of a man = inmost soul Pr 1 8 s = 26 22 , 20 27 - 3 °(all '3 Tin); as seat of intell. faculties ( = Eng. breast or bosom) 2 2 18 (cf. O y yo it 40 9 ) Jb i 5 2SS 3 2' 8 , '303 nn T »; as trembling at theophany Hb 3 16 . b. belly of hippopotamus Jb 40 16 . c. bSttp fB3 Jon 2 3 (Jonah's prayer : || D>e: 33^)3 nbl«p).' 2. body, opp. soul * 3i'° pa

(opp. B>??.), also 44 M (opp. id.; — on this of. Zin^ 71 ). 3. womb Gn 25*** 3 8 27 (all J) Ho 12 4 Jb 10" (|| Dm v 18 ) Ec ii 6 Jb 3 i 15 JC3? tfyf ,n ^V ^^5? did not he that made me in the womb make him (|| ".m Drn.3 ttJ3Jl)j cf. >//• 139" *ffiBfl fC33,& J e i 5 ; esp/3 nB i ^offspring Gn 30 s (E) ^ 1 2 7 3 Is 1 3 18 ; Pr 3 1 2 ' »}B? 13 = OTy w ,i ( || *"!») cf. BJO|PT| Is 49 16 ; of birth JB3D «£ Jb i 21 3 11 Ec 5 14 ; ;ea &hne=birth Ho 9" (|| ITJ?, jinn), c f. fig. RJgl «£ 'D |B3D Jb 3 8 M (w< 0/ whose womb came tlie ice ? cf. *$3} V^l ~CO t6 Jb 3 10 i.e. 0/ my (mother's) womb; JCSDniia take, draw out of the womb, subj. /, (i.e. cause to be born)|>-2 2 10 ; ,- )B fB3 used also of father Mi 6 7 , cf. i/<- 132 11 (David as ancestor of Messian. king); Jb 19 17 'JO? 'J? 8<ras of my body, of doubtful interpr., perh.= son* of my (motlier's) womb, cf. 3 10 (Ges De), i. e. my brothers or men of my clan RS K33t , others my sons (Ev), my grandsons (Di); also in ad- dressing Isr. as a whole (masc.sf.) Dtf 13 2 8 41U8,53 30 9 , cf. D3tp3 ^pnp Ho 9 16 beloved ones of their womb; J03n~|1? (JB3D) =from birth Ju 13" ^ 58 4 71 6 ,' cf. also Is 44 2 - 24 46' (|| Drn) 4 8 8 49 15 ; «$K joao «/. j u 16 17 Jb 3 1 18 ^aV 1 (|| on-i). . architectural word of some rounded projec- tion connected with the two pillars Jachin & Boaz 1 K 7 20 (Klo rds. rvan). < fii. |t03 n.pr.loc. city in Asher Jos 19 25 =depression, basin, valley 1 cf. Ar. .^Jjj, Lane 22000 '- 3 ) = Barra., called B<80ctcv cf. Lag Onom. 236. 2nd ,*.*!,. @ BmdoK> © L Bf „ X II. |t2H (assumed as V of following ; mng. unknown). TD^JpSl 11. m. ipl. pistachio, an oval nut (cf. As. butnu C0T Gl0 "&Schr 1,BAkl881 • 4,9 , Aram. X3CH3, Jfcoc^a, Ar. Ikj; on Punic Povtvov/i Blai ZMaimsn )=pistacia terebinthus Rob 8 "'- 208 ' "' 222 Post PEFOctl888 ' 21s ' >io - 21 * f;Tr - vlc, - In,t "" 271etc ^ji'«/ vera Low NoM ); Gn 43 11 one of the articles car- ried from Canaan to Egypt by sons of Jacob as present to Joseph ; still a delicacy in Egypt and Syria, cf.Wetzst in Low"- 420 . tD'jtea n.pr.loc. city of Gad, E. of Jordan Jos 13", mod. Batne, "W. of Es-Salf (v.d. Velde "" no,r 298 ) = BoT«'a cf. Lag Ono,n - m - 2 " d "'■ M7 . _3, 3] vb. entreat (Ar. "J come as suppliant, entreat, still current in the Hauran: v. Wetzet in De" 34 - 36 ), of which (prob.) '3K Jb 34" is 1 s. impf. (used dialectically) : 'ax a* 1 ' 8 * ID 3 ? would that (lit. I entreat that) Job were tried ! T a part, of entreaty, craving permission to address a superior, always foil, by tflNt (or j'" 1 ^), and always (exc. Jos 7 8 ) at the beginning of a speech, I pray, excuse me — (not improb. from -/"a; so that *t% 'a will be literally a supplication of (i.e. to) my lord ! cf. Wetzst 1. c, who compares the Ar. tj±ll J-£^ lit- a prayer to my lord ! a standing formula = Pray, excuse me, used exactly as '} q| '3. Ace. to others contr. from 'JO, from nya to ask, and so lit. a jietitionl cf. Aram, tyaa, ^4,-. ( e .g. Gn 1 9 18 S, Nu 1 2 13 <S); but y is not often elided in Heb.)— Gn44 19 *»-i3T <J'lK *? I pray, my lord, let thy servant speak, etc.; so Nu 12" Ju 6 13

S i 26 1 K 3 1 " 6 , and foil, by a pi. subj. Gn 

43 20 U T? 1^; '« '? Oh, my lord, we came down, etc.; »jjSi< "3 (to God) Ex 4 1013 Jos f Ju6 15 13 8 (® in Pent, and Jos. iivfttu, Saififda : in other books absurdly iv f/iot). tp2l vb. discern (Nb ZMO,883H2r -; Ar. 'J6_ become separated, be distinct, IV. speak perspicu- ously ; Eth. Q?ii 1. 2 consider, perceive, Aram, ws make to understand, cf. Sab. pa (the) wise, as epith. , Mordt ZMG "^ " )— Qal P/ pa Dnio 1 ; nnaa ^ i 39 2 ; "rfra Dn 9 2 ; Impf pp, V' i9 13 + 25't.; R]Je 9 u +2t.; f?n 1 S 3 8 +2 T t.; W3K ^ 73 17 +4t.; «♦?; Pr 28 s + 12 t.; /bw. p3 Dn p 23 ; W3 + 5 2 ; ira Dt 3 2 7 + 2 t.; Inf. abs. P? Pr2 3 '; Pt. D^a Je 49 7 ; — l.^erc«i'w(with the senses): — a. eyes, ace. Pr 7', with ? Jb 9 11 14 21

3 9 Pri4 15 . b. ears, ace. Pr29 19 , with p Jbi3'. 

c. touch, ace. V' 58 10 . d. taste, ace. Jb 6 30 . 2. understand, know (with mind) : — a. abs. Jb 1 8 2 38 20 42 3 ^49 21 82 s Pr 24 12 Is 6 910 44 18 Dn 12 10 H04" 14 10 ; p3S* vb) ViyDVl heard but I could not understand Dn 1 2 8 . b. ace. Jb 15 9 23 s 36 29 Pr 2 6 - 9 20 24 28 s f 19 13 92 7 Je 9"; BBBte flX* Jb 3 2 9 Pr 28 s ; njn pa* Pr 29 7 . c. with '? 1 S 3" 2 S 1 2 19 Is43'°. *• with inf. & ?, njjjl fSfi Is 3 2 4 . 3. observe, mark, give heed to, distinguish, con- sider (with attention): — a.acc.Dt 3 2 7 >// 5 2 50 22 94 7 - 8 Pr 2 3 ' 2 1 29 (Qr) Dn 9 2 10 1 . b. with ?, f 73 17 r 39 2 Dtsz 119 . c. with 3, Ezr8 15 Ne 13 7 Dn 9 s3 . d. with i>N, ^ 28 s . e. with bf, Dn 1 1 30 - 3 '. 4. Aa^e discernment, insight, under- standing Je 49". Niph. '01333 Is 10 13 ; f<. p33 Gn4i 33 + 15 t.; pi. D'Jia? Je 4 22 , elsewhere D'?a3 Dti 13 Is5 22 (Baer)Ec9 1 ' 1 ; V333I S 2 9 14 ; be intel- ligent, discreet, discerning, hare understanding 1 S 16 18 Pr i 5 io 13 14 6 16 21 17 28 19 25 Ec 9 11 Is 3 3 5 21 io 13 29" Je^ H014 10 ; |t»} 3. ? intelligent mind Pr 14 33 15 14 I8 15 ; Dam |i33 Gn 4! 33 - 311 ; rem

fOO D3H Dt 4 6 i K 3 > 2 ; ^3331 D'oan Dt I 13 . Po. WJjtoj / ie attentively considered him Dt 32 10 . Hiph. Pf pan J b 2 8« + 5 t.; Impf T?: Is 28 s + 4 t. ; I9J! 2 Ch 1 i 23 Dn 9 s2 ; Inf. pan ^ 32 9 _+ 9 t,; Imv. f?n Dn 8 I6 + 12 t.; Pt. P3C Pr28 7 + 26t.; — 1. understand: — a. ubg. Is 29 16 40 21 56" 1 K 3 » V 32' Dn 8 17 10 12 . b. ace. 1 Ch 28 9 Jb 28 a Pr i 2 - 6 8 5 14 8 Is 28" Dn V 3 Mi4 12 ; P?D one with understanding Pr8 9 17 10 - 24 28 w.h. j,to »y3Q Dn i 4 ; able to understand (i.e. old enough) Ne 8 3 io 29 , cf. 8 2 (sq. gfc*$). 2. give heed to, attend to, observe, difcern, abs. Is 57' 2Chu 23 Dn8 5 ; c. 3 Ne 8 12 Dn 9 23 io'»; 3 Pa» skilled in 2 Ch 26* 3 4 ' 2 ; c. ^ V33 16 ; y~0 3113 pa 1 K 3 9 . 3. give understanding, make understand, leach: — a. abs. Dn 8 27 9 22 . b. with r* ace. pers. ^119 .73.125.130.144.169 Jb 32 s Ne 8 79 Is

14 . c. with ? pers. 2 Ch 35' Dn 1 1 33 ; with *? 

pers. & ace. rei Jb 6" A Dn 8 16 . d. 3 rei Ne 8*, + acc. pers. Dn 1 17 . e. double ace. Is 28 9 V' 1 19 27 Dn io"; pan teacher 1 Ch 15 22 2 5 7 - 8 27 s2 Ezr 8 16 . Hithp. Pf. fJiann i s ,t + 6 1 . ; i mp f fjianx Jb2 3 15 + 3 t.; /Jians jb 3 2 12 +5t, ; «3tot« 

  • io7«+2 t.; utfarr I S ' I4 ^ 43 > 8 . 1. 'shew

oneself attentive, consider diligently: — a. abs Jb ii» 23'° Is i 3 Je 2 10 9 16 . b. ace. Jb 37" V' 107 43 119 95 Is 4 3« 52 15 . c. with b* 1 K 3 21 Is 1 4 16 . d. with !»y Jb 3 1 ' ^ 3 7 io . e . with ny Jb32 12 3 8' 8 . f.with3 Jb3O 20 Je23 20 ( = 3o 24 ). 2. get understanding, understand Jb 26 14 V' 1 19 1 4 . 3. shew oneself to have understand- ing ifr 119 100 . Tn^nH a.pr.m. (intelligence=Pa.lm. n.pr. N313 Vog No - 3 ) a man of Judah 1 Ch z 25 . L|15j subst. prop, interval, space between " I id.)— cstr. P3, once Is 44* (Baer) J3, W3, 1?*, V9, 13'3 (V3<3 tJos 3 4 8 11 Qr); with pi. sf. in pi. form «*J*| (WJ5), etc.; also ni3'3 fEz 1 o 2 - 2 - 6 - 6 - 7 - 7 ( + 1 13 © Hi E w etc. for TW]), B*fjb»8 tGn 26 s8 Jos 2 2 s4 Ju n 10 , Dn^? tGn 42 s3 2 S 2 1 7 Je25 16 ; dual 038 ( v . infr.);— 1. always (exc. dual) as prep, in the interval of, be- tween (so Aram. p3, & pi. 'jpa, Jua , % {-£ ; OOCPt:), as Gni 5 17 nnjan pa j^^ ^ pieces, Ex 13 9 al. T^ P? between thy eyes (v. PV), Is 22" al. between the two walls (v. HD'in), Jb 24 11 30' 40 30 part him between merchants ; rather more gen. among Ho 13 15 Ct 2 23 Ez 19 2 31 3 Jb 34 37 ; less exactly within Pr 26 13 a lion is riiahnn pa within the broad places (cf. 23" ^na) : once with a sing, (unusual) Dn 8 16 pa V*N between the Ulai, i.e. between its banks. When the space separating two distinct objecti is to be indicated, this is done a. most com- monly by repeating pa, as G1113 3 V| pa 'gP r? 1 lit. in the interval of Bethel, and in t/ui interval of 'Ai, i.e. between Bethel and *Ai, 16 14 i7 7 3 i 5 »» + ft. b. more rarely by . . .p? ?, Gn l« dividing 0$ Dyp pa ]i t . f„ t i e interval of waters with reference to waters, i.e. I between the waters and the waters Lv 20" 27 s3 Dt 17 888 2 S 19 36 1 K3 9 Ez 4 i> 8 42=0 44 s323 Jon 4 n Mal 3 1818 2 Chi 4 '». c. by J*...?* tJo 2> 7 . d.byp3p...pa +Is5oI> pa i8UEednot only of actual locality, but also with verbs of dividing (fig.) Gn i 14 Lv io 10 , and of judging, knowing, teaching, etc., if the idea of distin- guishing be involved, as Gn 1 6 s 2 S 1 9 s6 pa JTlNn inp 3113 can I discern between good and evil ? 1K3 9 Jon 4"; Gn3i 49 (watch between), Jun 10 (hear), Jos 2 2 27 (witness), Is 2 4 and he shall judge (arbitrate) between the nations, 5 3 ; L.V2 7 33 - Ez 44 23 ; Mai 3 18 ; 2 Chi 4 10 (see IIV); and in other metaph. applications, as of a covenant or sign between two contracting parties, Gn 9 12 " Ex 31"+ ; or an oath Gn 26 s8 2 S 21 7 ; enmity or strife G113 15 13 7 Dt25' Pr6 19 ; peace 1 K5 26 ; good- will Pr 14 9 .— It is used of time in the phrase of P D^anyn pa ( v . su b any), & N e 5 IS JNpJ r Q.?'J> PS during the interval of ten days, i.e. every ten days (unusual). With other prepositions: — a. tp3~^K, after a verb implying motion, in between, in among Ez 3 1 1914 . So ? niJ*3-i>N fib. io 2 . b. tf?a Is 44" in the midst of, amongst (® Ew Di Che TSn D:» p33). c . tf^y nearly as P?"^ Ez 19 11 . d. fV^from between: Gn 49'° nor the ruler's staff vbil pa» from between his feet (where, as the king sits in state, he holds it), Ex 25 s2 from between the cherubim (so Nu 7 s9 ), Ho 2 4 Zc 6' 9 7 ; Dt 28 s7 the after-birth pat? flSi>n •J Vf! that cometh forth from between her feet, i.e. from her womb (cf. II. 19. 10 «r«rcu> jkt& ■noaaX yvvaiicos). Repeated 2 K 16 14 to specify the two objects from between which a thing is moved. Ez 47"* is difficult and uncertain: v. Comm. Less precisely from the midst of: Nu 1 7 2 nslf'L' p3» out of the midst of the burning, yf, 104 12 D'NBg p3D/rom amongst the branches they utter their song, Je 48* and a flame I' n, P P89 from the midst of Sihon (Sihon representing his people: but expression is singular; rd. perh.'D rV3C, cf.Nu2i 28 'D JVnjTO: || in both passages paf'no), EZ37 21 . e. tniJ'lP ? from between Ez io 2 - 66 - 7 . rrn

JT2 . I Dual D?33 space between two armies ( = Gk. l urai X fuoi'), i S 17 423 VSR &K man of the peraixium, i.e. champion (of Goliath). tm fern, of RS, PS (No"' 94 ':; Syr. V~i oft, PS 47 °) prep, between Ez 4i 9b (to be joined with v 10 ; see RVm), unless indeed a mere error for P? (which Ez oft. uses); also Pr 8 2 ace. to © (mA ixtaov) X 33 Hi Ew * a7 «; and Jb 8 17 ace. to © Ew Di l (Di 2 undecided). t nyS n.f. understanding i Ch 1 2 32 + 2 8 1. ; cstr. nV? Pr 30 2 Is 29"; sf. W? Jb 20 3 + 4 1; pi. n^a Is 27";— 1. the act Is 33 19 Je 23 20 Dn i 20 8' 6 p 22 io 1 . 2. the faculty Jb 20 3 39 26 Pr 3' 2 3 4 30 2 Is 2 7 " ; rWS TOP get understanding Pr 4 s7 16 16 . 3. the object of knowledge Dt4 6 1 Ch 22 12 Jb 28 12201 " 8 34 16 3s 36 39 17 Pr 9 610 23 s3 Is 1 I s 29" ; n$»? VT 1 Ch 1 2 32 2 Ch 2 1112 Jb 3 8 4 Pr i 2 4 1 Is 29". 4. personified Pr 2 8 "j* 8 14 . Tpy n.pr.m. lone wlw is intelligent, dis- cerning) two Canaanite kings of Hazor; — 1. Jos 11 1 . 2. Ju 4 W-»»»* yfr 83 10 . (But cf. Be Ju4 2 Bu M66ff ) D^laO 2 Ch 35 s Kt; rd. D*3»3B (Qr) & v. sub pa Hiph. tn^nil n.f. understanding Dt 32 s8 + 27 1. ; k won Pr 5 1 + 7 t; vmin Jb 26 12 Kt (Qr taj*3«); t»«ri Ho 13 2 for Dn;i3n v . D e ,j, 2 7 6 ; ntop ^ 49«+ 4 1.; Davfton Jb'32 11 ;— 1. <Ae act Jb 26 12 f 78" 136' Pr 3" 2 1 30 2 4 3 Je 1 o 12 ( = 5 1 16 ) Ez 2 8 4 Ho 1 3 2 Ob 7 . 2. the faculty Ex 3 1 3 35 31 36 1 (P) Dt 32 s8 (poet.) Jb 12 1213 Pr 2 611 28 16 Is 44 19 ; njran B*Kp r io B i5 sl 17*20'; niJiari B*K Pr ii 12 ( = Ob 9 where E*K omitted by scribal error) ; nM3TI TfYJ Is 40". 3. <ta o6^ec< of knowledge Pr 2 3 3* 5" 14 29 18 2 19 8 ^ 49' 147 5 is 40 28 1 K 5 9 7 14 ; raorb -ph nan nmIhm thy mind to understanding Pr 2 2 ; reasons Jb3» . 4. personified Pr 8 1 as teacher. D3taf». inHin v. sub WML t : ' T n^a. v. sub pa. "V3 v. sub 1N3. trTV3. n.f. castle, palace (late & prob. loan-word; cf. As. birtu, fortress D1 IIA22 ; Pers. bdru = Skr. bura, bari, v. Ry Ne 2 8 ) — 1. of temple at Jerusalem 1 CI129 119 HTari; of for- tress near temple Ne 2 8 7 2 (cf.ftapit ©L Ne I 1 2 8 7 2 — B ifiipd, fiitpd — and later fiapis Jos Aat.«r.ii,^ 2. rrvyn jcWa Nei 1 Est i" 2 3 '- 8 " 8 14 9 6 " 12 Dn 8 2 ; in these passages it appar. means a fortress in the city bearing the same name (cf. esp. Est 3 15 8' 415 9 6 ')• t[n , 3"Y , 2l] n.f. fortress, fortified place (late); only pi. abs. ni33D» Hfl rf'jva 2 Ch 17 12 built by Jehoshaphat; Bffrjjp '3 2 7 4 built by Jotham. JT3 n.m. Dt8 2 house (Ph. na, Ml. na, • - 2034 o , sf. nm, Ar. vjLo, Aram. KTr3, Jfc-Ji, As. bllu, COT oio» Sab n ; 3;n3j fortress DHM 2 * 01883 - 837 ; temple Hal 257 DHM ™o™«-™, Eth. ftt: Palm, in NE&y na, NmapD na sepulchre Vog 32,64 * 1 -; etym. dub. ; Thes -/nia, Aram, na, fcj> s^gnd «/«! jn'jrfa, Ar.uiG, Eth.n.1": but this perh. denom., & rVQ fr. ■/'"!? c. n afform. cf. Sta' 187 ")— abs. n?3 Ex ia"+J JV3 Gn 33 17 + ; "C 1 :? ( n - loc.) V. 68 7 + ; cstr. n^3 Gn 1 2 15 + ; sf. VI Gn 1 5 s + ; ^TW? Gn 7 1 + , etc. ; nrran, HJT3 (jn)to the house, homeward, Gn 19 10 i//68 7 + ; also nJT3 (in)to the house of. . . ; pi. tNfl Ex I 2 ' + (i.e. bdtttm, v. No in Me Arel, - , - 45,t , cf.Ges* 96 ); cstr. "na Ex 8 ,7 + ; sf. T? 3 Ex io 6 ; Vna 1 Ch 28"; WW} Exia'+j D3"n3 Gn 4 2 19 ;' nrpna Nui6 K +; (iD'na yr 49 12 ), etc.; — 1. house, a. as dwelling, habitation Gn l 9 2 - 3 - 411 27 15 33" (obj. of H33) Exi2 7 + oft; aeto '3 Lv25 29 (cf. *l3B>j> n?3 2 S 7 5 ); n*3=m the house of, when modifying word follows, cf. Dr Sm29 ' n - 2 (after st. cstr. rtfcv pin nnbio i«n?3 Lv 19 9 ); e.g. T 3 ? ' 3 Gn 24 23 ; PlB^N '3 Nu 30 11 ; nin 11 '3 2 K 23 s4 ; so in n.pr. btW2 Am 7 13 ; nn^3(n) into the house, home Ex 9 19 (of man & beast) cf. Ju 19 18 1 S 6 7 (cf. v 10 ) 1 K 1 3 715 i^68 7 Is 14 17 etc.; cf. sub 7 infr.; partic. (a) in J occasionally of tent Gn27 15 cf. 33 17 (c. n}3; hereof nomad's hut); usually (0) house of solid materials, with doorposts, etc. Ex 1 2" Dt 6 9 ii 20 , walls Lv 14 s7 - 39 , of stones, timber & mortar v 45 (cf. v 40 ' 42 - 43 ) ; so also Jos 2 1S ; supported by pillars Ju 1 6 26 '-; with roof on which one could walk 2 S 1 i 12 etc.; v. esp. temple and king's house in Jerusalem 1K5-7 etc.; cf. Cti 17 Je2 2 14 ; of Ezekiel's temple Ez 40 f.; D*^M0 D3n3 of luxuri- ous houses Hg i 4 ; D'3b D<ro'n33 Dt 8 12 ; nJ3 BhPrn^3Dt20 6 cf. 2 2 8 ; alsoc!n33Dt28 30 + oft.; (y) cstr. before word of material, D , l"!^ '3 2 S 7 27 =i Ch 17' ('Kn '3) v 6 ; JE'n '3 1 K22 39 cf. Am3 14 ; n'W '3 Iwuse oflwwn stone Am 5"; cf. pJ3^>n ny: n-a i K 7 2 2 Ch 9 s0 , TH WJf Is 22 s ; (8) also before word of quality or characteristic, £>3K n»| Ec 7 2 II nriB>o '3; v 4 II nnrsfe' '3 ; nnp '3 Jei6 5 ; nn^p '3 V Jei6 8 ; W!^5 ^ 3 Ez 26 12 ; n'335?n n'3 Mi 2 9 ; cf. ,- 10 '3 rebellious house sub 5. d infr.; («) in combinations, of structures for rrn 109 various purposes : — (i) 'H??? n, ?= palace i K 9 110 io I2 +, etc.; fU^DD ma Am?' 1 cf. sub 2 infr.; nttijBn '3 Est 5 1 cf. 2 16 ; in«!>p!j 'a 2 Ch i 18 ; (a)Tnfe!J TVZ=the prison Gn 2g*> s o"- l - 21 * ! *> 40 3 - 5 ; cf. 0310^0 '3 Gn 4 2 19 ; n-ip^D '3 2 S 2 o 3 ; '3 "HDKPI Je37 15 ; Dn»DKn '3 J u i6 2L26 ; Dn»n '3 Ec 4"; N^?? '3 1 K 22 s7 2 K 17 4 2 Ch 18 26 Je 37 1518 cf.ls 4 2 7 ; t^a'a 2K25 27 ; nasnpn'a 2 Ch

10 ; K»S>3PI '3 Je 3 7 4 52"; 0^3 WJ Is 42 s2 ; 

nian-ri'3 Je 37 16 ; nnpen '3 JV53"; (3) ma D'B'Sri A ow «(. of the women, harem Est j MUM4 j (4) EH nW?9 '3 Est 7 8 ; rjp '3 Ct 2 4 ; cf. Uj| trt'cp Is 32 ' 3 ; (5) f-jhr ma" Am 3 15 Je 36 s2 ; '3 r$ n Am 3 16 ; (6) nhb) ma & )$| ma 2 K 2o' 3 = I s 39 2 J (7)??'? r,, 3grar(Ze«.-A. (orn. pr.? cf.p. m) 2K9"; (8) IprfV? binding-h. (or n.pr. ?) 2 K

o 1214 ; (9) 0^35; ms h.of slaves (where slaves live), 

only fig. of Egypt Ex 13 314 20 2 Dt 5 s 6 12 7 8 8 14 1 3 611 Jos 24 17 Ju 6 8 Mi 6 4 Je 34 13 ;— on mB>snn '3

K 1 5 5 = 2 Ch 2 6 21 cf. n^Bn ; esp. ( 1 o) "• n»3 = 

temple 1 K 7 12 - 40 - 4 " 1 & very oft.; also (mostly late) D'nSNn ma iCh9 ,113 - 26 + oft.; but also of earlier tent of worship Ju 18 31 ; v. also bntcn '3 1 Ch 9 s3 ; cf. mrpK '3 of local shrine 17'; & also in mouth of Jacob, as explanation of name of Bethel Gn 28 17 (cf. v 19 ), & as name of stone, or Macceba v 22 (all E); also 'i '3 of earlier tent of worship Ju 19 18 1 Si 724 2S 12 s0 (cf. further dy6k, mm); -ttrtxn '3 Mal3 10 ; cf. man !??<n

K 6 3 , & '3 alone in same sense, esp. 1 K 6 cf. 
Ch i 18 2 311 + ; v. 1 Ch 28 2 ' ,_ rvi3 frig nnup '3 

<*tiH| £?3 B'li&l ; also BHpn ms 29 s ; enp' '3 wphgi 2 ch 3 8 ' ; Wjuem uj^ 1 is 64 10 ; farm's 2 Ch6 2 ; not mj 2 Ch 7 12 ; Dc^ppms CI136 17 ; H^BTI '3 Is 56"; "n-iKBPl '3 6o 7 ; also of heathen temples nns^ja'a J u 9 4 ; faT' 3 i S5 5 ; ninri^y '3 1 S31 10 ; ?te") '3 2 Ks 181818 ; bysn '3 2 K io 21 - 2123 - 25 - 26 - 27 11 18 ; Dn^sg '3 1 s ' (but rd. rather DiT3Xjrr)N as in || 1 Ch io 9 so © We Dr); ni»3 JT3 1 K 1 2 31 (cf. MI n»3 n3), v. also i 3 32 2Ki7 29 - 32 ; Vr6« nxta ma Dn i 2 , etc.; made of woven material 2 K 23 7 ; Tiyt me'jn "iSTte ■"H^? D'ro QB'perh. = fen<-«A>t'ne«buttxt.dub. © Xemfw (n«n3?); ©L <rroX«; cf. Ew Hlu - 718 & Klo ; (C) of portion of larger building (late), so pi. vna 1 Ch 28" i.e. of the temple (IP'?]??, WCfcji ^IIH); cf. mjfcjn 's t -j. ; m!>?>apn 1 Ez

24 . b. as shelter or abode of animals I S 6 710 

cf. Ex 9 19 ; &?$l JV3 Jb 8 14 spider's web (cf. '133 W3 W3 27 18 );' of wild ass Jb39 6 n:ny WtX' Imj; ma r»rep lias ^84 4 (||!P); mtfTa'mrpn «W t io 4 17 (cf. || & Che); Pr 30 s * (of the PR? ' conies '). c. fig. of human bodies "iprnria Jb 4" houses of clay, cf. in phr. man net* Eci2 J keepers of the house, i.e. the arms ; v. further ^upmaf u 9 « a. ofSh"oi,"m3i'iN2'Jl)i7 ,s , cf. 'rrbz 1 ? nyin ma 3 o=> (||mp) ; tafcfo ma Ec 12 6 (perh. = tomb, v. De). e. of abode of light & darkness Jb 38 20 . f. of land of Ephraim as mm '3 Ho 8 1 9 15 (cf. '- |"W 9 3 )- 2- />&«*, of Jerusalem TiaK mhap. ma Ne 2 3 ( || Ty v'), cf. also n.pr. cpd. with ma, infr., & na!>pp ma Am 7 13 (pred. of Bethel); HfcWIj m? Pr8 2 i.e. where paths meet RV; m33K '3 Jb 8 17 ; on both these v. ma sub [W P? p. '108. t 3. receptacle, mnKD JV33 n^J 1 K 18 32 a trench like a recep- tacle of two seahs; E>S3 <fia I 8 3 »> i. e . vials of perfume ; esp. D^ai) mn3 Ex 25 s7 Ao'd«r* /or the staves, i.e. rings, hjQp ib.; so 37 1427 38 s ; cf. DmT$ D'na 26 m 3 6 M /MrfArra for the bars (all P, & all expl. by T))2a) ; Xty rf?~W2 Ez i 27 (si vera 1.) its [cstr. as ^ 58^] /iom*6 ( = enclosing cage)tt>as round a6ou((del. BHiCo). 4.of house as containing a family, hence in phr. of slaves belonging to household frV3 'TJP Gn 1 4" cf. 1 7 12 (opp.'IDa-nipp) v 13 (all || id.); fig. of Israel Je

14 (||-i3y); c f. wn? Gn is 5 ; ^ mn m3-'?3 

Ec 2 7 (as token of wealth & prosperity) ; also of one's sister m3 nn.^D Lv 1 8 19 (|| pn 'o cf. infr.);

  • V3 ^iK Gn 1 7 s7 ; '3 n'iB'ESJ Gn 36 s ; Btorb

apJim^i) Gn 46 s7 . Hence 5. household, family (592 t.) a. ordinary sense, those belonging to the same household Gn 7 ' 1 2 ' 17 4- , Dt 6 s 1 1 6 + ; Hex mostly JD ; E Gn 35 s 42 s3 50 22 cf. Ex i 2 > infr.; P Gn 36" Exi 1 i2 4 Lvi6 81u7 Nui6 52 i8 31 Jos 2 2 ,s ; even where expressly said to inhabit tents Nu 16 s2 Dt 11' DnWriKl DWia-nK; specif. '3"1P| Gn 24 s cf. 50 7 (of rank & dignity in household); of a family of handicraftsmen j>3n rn'3$rma rrinepp 1 ch 4 21 (v. pa); also, with fig. of house clearly in mind '3 fPpB'P 2 K 2 1 13 ; '3 fWSP Is 22 K . h. family of descen- dants, descendants as organized body Gn 18 19 (j || m») + , & so c. nja ( q . v .) vn* 'a n»> Dt 25" cf. Eu 4 11 &, subj. b '3 roa 2 S 7"= 1 Ch 17 10 ' 25 ; also 1 S 2 s6 I K ii 38 (both JON3 '3), so !» '3 nb>V 2 S 7 11 1 K 2 24 ; also pi. Wf$ Drib bj?2l Ex i 51 ; i> fp$ '3 n^V 1 S 25 s8 ; "cf. e'sp. c. n.pr., e.g. c. t^KB? mj 2 S 3 1 '««- 81 » 9 1 - 2 - 3 -< ('tS* '3 nnBBtai), v 8 19' 8 (cf. 21 1 where rd. "iw D'DT nh'3, so © We Dr) 1 Ch 1 2 s9 ; -PH H'l 2 S 3 ..6 t 7 m_ , Ch , 7 s4 ( cf context in both), 1 K 12" rru no Wra = 2 Ch io 19 , v 80 M 13 s 14 9 2 K i7 !1 la 7 s " 22 s5 Je2i ,, Zci2 7 - 8 - 10 - ,2 ('VannQBi3) 2 Ch2i 7 ^i22 6 ; tDJfltV 'a 1 K 13 s4 j 4 io.io.i3.» I5 » 16 3 21 s5 2K9 9 1 3 6 ;'+2Snt(i 'a 2 K 8 I8 - 2727S7 (of Ahaziah 'K '3 Rjn),

7^.. Io .0:il 2I J3 Mi6 16 2 Ch 21 6.1S 22 3.4.7.8. ^ 

d. esp. of Hebrew people & subdivisions : (a) t prto) JV3 Am 7 16 ; (3) t ib^ '3 Ob *»j (7) t rV3 afop Gn 46 s7 (P) Ex 19 3 (E) Am 3 13 9 8 Mi 2 r 3° Ob' 1 " 8 Is 8" io 20 14 1 2 9 22 4 6 3 48' 58 1 Je 2 4 5 20 ^ 1 14 1 ; also 3pV '3 JT2J Ez 20 5 (del. Co); most frequently (R) bt£}ty) n ,3 (Vrss & var. sometimes ♦13 v. |S) +Hex Ex 1 6 3 ' 40 38 Lv ro 6 Nu 20 29 (all P) Lvi7 3 - 810 2 2 18 (H) Jos2i 43 (D)t; iS7 2 + 8t. SKjHoi^s'e 10 ^ 1 ; Am5 1 +7t.Am;tMii 5 3 19 Is5 7 14 2 , also 46 s 63' Zc 8 13 t; but esp. Je 2 4 - 26 +i7 t. Je; Ez 3 1A5 " 17 +75 t. Ez; also btpfr '3 JHJ J e 2 3 8 Ez 44 :2 (Co del. '3) ; +VI3 *# Sni*! Is 8 14 ; HTW1 iX-}'f ? JVS Ez 9' + 25 s Co ; further 'IP IT'S rebellious house (of Isr.) Ez 2 5 - 6 39.ai.3r I2 j. 3 - & rj^i / a Ez 2 s I2 j...» I7 is 24 > j- +

6 Co] ; ( f ) rrm n-3 2 s 2 471011 1 K 1 2"= 2 Ch 
1 1 , 2 K ig^Is 37 31 , Is 22 21 Ho i 7 5 12 •" Zp 2 7 

Zc 8 ,3 - ,iU9 io 3 - 6 12 4 , & esp. Je 3 I8 +9 t. Je; Ez 4 6 + 4 1. Ez+ 9 9 supr.; also t f?^? "W '3 1 K jz 23 ; frrm 1^9 's Je2i" 2 2 6 ; (Ot^ '3 Gn 50 8 Jos 17 17 1 8 s (all JE) Ju I 22 - 23 - 35 2 S 19 21

K 1 1 28 Am 5 6 Ob 18 Zc io 6 ; (1,) fD^BK '3 J u 

io 9 ; (6) IPI?3 '3 2 S 3" cf. 1 K 12 23 supr.; (•) fWB* '3 1 K 15 27 ; («) t*1$ '3 Ex 2 1 (E) Nu i7 a (P) Zc 12 13 ('b '2 rinseta), f 135 20 ; & (x) pm '3 ^ us 1012 118 3 135 19 . e. technically, yet with some looseness of usage, 3X JVZfalliers house, of family or clan, pi. J113X 1V3 father- houses, families (e.g. Nu I 2 ) (79 t.; only P & Chr) Ex 6 14 12 3 Nu i 2 - 418 +4i t. Nu; Jos 22" 14 1 CI14 38 5 13 + 25 t. Ch ; Ezi-2 59 io 16 Ne7 6 ' io 35 ; = tribe Nu x yi717.1s.21. — ma i n division of tribe Nus^ + .cf. 34 1414 etc; further sub- division Ex 12 3 1 Ch7 2 ' + ; cf. esp. 1 CI123" Jeush and Beriah had not many sons, therefore they became nn« rnpsb 3N rV3j> (cf. nUN ^Ni, sub 3N). 6. house, including household affairs, persons, property, etc. in l, 3~;>5> "TUEfS Gn 39 4 cf. Vl'33 v 5 ; Vn^a-^S TSfo Gn 44 14 ; hence ie>K TV3n by as title of governor of the palace (Ew H "'- a ») Is 22 15 3 6 3 cf. 1 K 4' 2 K 15 6 ; in Israel 1 K 16 9 18 3 2 K io 5 : further 2 S 17 23

K 2o' = Is 38'; hence of personal property 

1 K 13 9 Ijya 'Sfn? ^"iFn-DI* ; family and property (everything on which one depends) Jb 8 16 . 7. nn}3, IW3, lit. homewards, hence metaph. invmrds, tEx 28 s6 = 39' 9 (sc. of the ephod), 1 K 7 25 = 2 Ch 4 4 (sc. of the circle of oxen supporting the molten sea); 2 S5' nJTni Ni?pn - |p from the llillo and inward, Ez 44 17 . 8. JV3» a. adv. on the inside (of a building, chest, etc.: opp. l*inp) +Gn 6 14 Ex 25»= 3 7 2 Lv 14 41 1 K 6 15 - 16 7 9 2 K 6 30 (of a per- son's clothes), Ez 7 15 ; so with D loc. iirrap fi K 6 15 . b. t b TV3D (cstr. Ges' 130 ' , ") prep, within (opp. b pnp), nais^) JV3D within the veil Ex

6 33 Lv 16 212 Nu 18 7 rvapSi nstpn lyf^ 

fl? 1 *?? for everything of the altar, and for (that) within the veil ; I K 7 831 (rd. nbn|^ ; see VB & Sta 2 ** 1883 ' 165 ); b Wm-bx (after' a verb of motion) in within Lv 1 6 15 2 K 1 1 15 = 2 Ch 23 14 . Note. — rca perh. occurs abbrev. into 3 in n.pr. iTinBtys q. v . so Thes al. ; cf. also Aram. N3=JV3 in like usage Lag *•"•.«■*•*»■ *«.«! GGA 1884, 276 tjvS c. art. n?3n Is I5 » ace. to Ew Brd Di al. n.pr .loc. but abbrev.; perh. for D?rv:n rP3 Je 4s 22 (so Ew al.) or 11103 fP3 cf. MI 27 (cf. De Di); others (Ges De CheOr) take '3? here= the Iwuse, i.e. temple or shrine. t< 'l^lN TV'S. n.pr. loc. (liouse of iniquity or idolatry ? hardly likely unless as alteration of orig. fix IV3, house of wealth or strength} eastward from Bethel Jos 7 2 18 12 1 S 14 23 ; 1 S 13 6 'N-JV3 (on Ho 4 15 5 8 io 5 v. bySV* infr.); site unknown. NJ"P21„ n.pr .loc. Bethel (so read, not PNTI'S as Jos 7 2 + ace. to v. d. H; cf. BaerGn 12 8 ; house of God, or house of Et) — 1. ancient place and seat of worship in Ephraim on border of Benjamin, identif. with Ltiz (former name) Gn 28 19 35 s Jos 18 13 Ju i 23 ; appar. dis- tinguished from Luz Jos 16 2 (yet cf. Di); name connected with vision of Jacob when journeying to Paddan-Aram (JE) Gn 2 8 I9 35 7 (where b$ iwiVa, but ® @ S3 01 del. bit; Di maintains); cf. Ho 12 5 ; when journeying^/rom P.-A. 35 I5 (P); name appar. given first to a stone (Gn 28' 8 35 14 ) cf :We skta»ui.To. i)xn'3 nn 1 S 13 3 ; later im- portant place of worship I S io 3 vS npy biir>2 DVp|(n; abode of prophet 1 K 13" 2 K 2 3 ; Jeroboam set up one of the golden calves at Bethel 1 K I2 29 '- cf. also I3 1 * 2 K io 29 23" Je 48 1S v. further zKif; 2 K 23 16 Th prop, on internal grounds, ?X rV3 Jwuse of nothingness, or HpX '3 house of execration; !"yX '3 also Benan'" 1 "'- 1 " 186 ; in proph. Am 3 14 4 4 5 6 - 66 7 1013 Ho io ls ; note esp. Am 5 5 ])$> IW Wn, & ^Nn rva m ?J¥ n, ?(/'OMse of iniquity) as tubstit. for i:N}T3 Ho 4 13 5 8 io B (p« rva nibaj;); — mo d. 2fo<m Rob BR '• m '■ Guirin Ju< " ! '> "'• "^ cf. Bd M a5 Survey "- 305 . 2. place in south country of Judah, not far from Beersheba & Ziklag i S 30" cf. We Dr; =MT b'02 Jos ig»(txt. err.; © BmfyA); also ?tfl| Jos 19 4 , ?JPlha 1 Ch 4 30 . '" 1 ?^'7 ^tt adj.gent. c. art. the Beth- elite 1K16 34 . tVsNil J-P2, n.pr.loc. in Judah Mi 1"; dub., cf. sub PVX, p. 69. tTM5"jM JTO n.pr.loc. Ho I0 14 , perh. ■dr&eZ near Pella (E. of Jordan) Jer Euseb. in Lag o™».«.itad«i.i 1Bia 4.!hdrt.as i cf Now ad /oc . but in Galilee Rob BB "- 399 , mod. Irbid, cf. Furrer zpvulsre ' B7t ; Bd p * 12n . tjiyp Vl'f JTl n.pr.loc. Jos i 3 47 , = ^a PVO Nu 32 s8 Ez 2 5 9 1 Ch 5 8 (MI JVC by2 & D3 P» i>JQ) = |tyt? TV3 J e 48 s3 = f&S Nu 32 s (rd. prob. }j»; cf. Dr* ,,1,Bt ); city assigned to Beu- ben Jos 1 3 17 Nu 3 2 3 ■ ss 1 Ch 5"; possessed bv Moab Je ^ Ez 25 9 ;— mod. Ia» Tristr" M °* bS03f - Schick ZPV "• IS79 - 6 Survey EP '• 176 Bd ** 19> . "^"O rV3 n.pr.loc. v. niN3^ n'3 infr. trn3 1V3} n.pr.loc. in combin. '3 '3 ty T?-T™ Ju 7** (? =iTJ3Jj n^jfew of ford). T"rt3 iT2 n.pr.loc. in Judah (place of a waif) 1 Ch 2 51 (as n.pr.m.) © BadlyaiSav ©L Bi,fy88»p; = ti| Jos ra B ?, cf. nian x ch

7 28 , etc. 

tVa^H n s 3 n.pr.loc. Ne 12 29 ; cf. baba. tWCa JTS n.pr.loc. in Moab Je 48 s3 (place of recompense) — mod. Umm ej-Jemdl ? Bd p ' ,20s , 5 hours S. from Bosra. t]2n rV , !l n.pr.loc.] © Bai&w (Bmaryov), © L Bmdapav, 2 K <f s ; mod. Jeninl v. J2, sub (33, andD'Sipy; cf. Sta GMChlM2 . tCnbll ITS n.pr.loc. fa Moab Jetf 12

  • AT T : ■

=nov$:n jbby Nu 33 4 " 7 (Ml irtai re) v. "1. t^iayrva Jos i 5 41 , pi n^a 19 27 n.pr.ioc. . in Judah (house, i.e. temple of Dagon; As. Bit-Daganna C0T ,M15 - 41 '* I > > - 281 ) Jos 15 41 (® BnyafiiijX, but ©L Br)08ayai>) — name appears in mod. Beit Dejdn, SE. of Jaffa, but loc. unsuit- able, cf. Rob 88 "- 232 . 2. in Asher Jos 19 27 (© Bm6(yiv(0, but ®L Brjddaywv) perh.= Beit Dejen, near Akko, cf. Di. tain jT3 n.pr.loc. in Gad Josi3 27 = urh n ra P t H n*l Nu 32", mod. 5«< Hiirr&n, 1 hour E. of Jordan, opp. Jericho, Tri8tr" 0-, * ,, ; name Teller- Iiam(eh) Merrill" 8 "*"- 1877 Schick 2 '* "*••»" ( c f. Lag ° Mm - los - 16 - 2 " d " <1 - 1S7 al ^ pn jva v. Din jvs. I TT ■• "

  • fnSn rra n.pr.loc. (j>Z«ce of partridge)

in Benjamin, on border of Judah Jos 15"; TrrV3 !8 19 - 21 , mod. 'Ain llajla (or <?a«- IlajUi cf. Rob & Di Gn 50 11 ) Rob 81 "- 044 Bd p ' lm ." t fVin ITS n.pr.loc. Jos io 10 ", also plh '3, pn '3, & in Ch I^n '3, two cities in Ephraim, lower & upper B.H. (place of a ho'.e or hol- low^) "in, perh. fr. a wady betw. the two, or near by; cf. also n^J|0 Jos io 10 , Tito v » 1 Mace 3 itM ) i ch 7 24 f^yr-riM r*«?53 frf mnn$ i further, a. ftfy 'n '3 Jos 16 5 ; ji'bjm 'n 'a 2 ch 8 ! . b. i hour W. from a. finnn'n '3 Jos 16 3 18" iK 9; I*innnrt 'n '3 2 Ch8 5 ; also Jos io 10 " 18"; prob. also 2 1 22 iS 13 18 1 Ch 6 s3 2CI1 25 13 ;— mcd. Beit'tJr el-fbqa & e<-<aA«a Rob 8 *" 260 '- Bd 1 "* 121 Survey 1 " 86 ;— cf .^ihn adj.gent. Ne 2 10 " i 3 a , only of Sanballat; also du. D'^H Jos io'°" © & 2Si 3 34 @WeDr. t|2n iT'S n.pr.loc. in Dan (Judah? Phi- listine territory) 1K4' (where rd. 'n '31 v. sub 11. pi>N p. 19);— mod. Beit I/anun cf. Rob"""- 35 - tniQ , ©';rT J-Pa n.pr.loc. E. of Jordan (place of the desert, DB*) in Moab Ez 2 5 9 ; nbe^n '3 Nu 33 49 Jos 1 2 3 ; given to Reuben niDB^ri '3 Jos 13 20 ; — perh. mod. es-Suiveime, De Saulcy Vo, * r ' '• 316t , cf. Merrill" Soc " 1S77 Bd" 1172 Survey*"-™ T"^3 ]"Va n.pr.loc. (place of a lamb) appar. belonging to Philistines 1 S 7 11 . t D^3n Jl'a n.pr.loc. in Judah (vineyard 2>lace)Je6 D"n3n '3 Ne 3 14 ; on location cf. Schick zrviiLss^ but v * editorial remarks ib., & m T ^ m . tniNnT' ri'a n.pr.loc. in Simeon (place of lionesses 1) Jos I9 6 = , K"|3 '3 (perh. text, err.) 1 Ch 4 31 ; = rii«3i) (in Judah) Jos 15 s2 . Cn? JVa 41 n.pr.loc. 1. in Judah (i>!ace of bread (food), mod. Ar. ^ oJj , !*«« of meat), 2 hours south of Jerusalem; birth-place of David;— D$ IT} Ru 1 19 + 1 1 1. ; BTT^ 1 S

6 + 9 1. ; orb n , a j u 1 2 8 + 1 1 1. + Gn 35 19 

', -where Drb nn KV1 is a gloss, v. ™T)SK, p. 68; 0-b-'2 1 S i7 15 + 3 t.;— as cstr. Dn^'3 kTjW JuiV 89 19 121818 Ru i 1 - 2 1S17' 2 ; treated as' n.pr.m. 1 Ch 2 5,M 4 4 ; men of Bethleliem ^•arhn rva '3 <t5>?K Ne 7 M = '3 "33 Ezr 2 s1 ;— on nJTJBK as name of Bethlehem, & confusion arising from gloss Gn 35 19 48', v. p. 68;— mod. Beit Lahm,

m. S. of Jems. Rob 81 "- 171 Bd p,U2S Survey 1 "* 8 * 

Gu^rin'"** 1120 - 206 . 2. Orb TV3 in Zeb. Jos 19 15 ; perh. also Ju 12"°;= Beit Lahm, 7 m. NW. of Nazareth Rob"""" 3 Survey 1 - 301 . t"pn|pn JV!| adj .gent, the Bethlehemite

S 16 18 17" 2 S 2 1 19 , so read prob. also in 

|| 1 Ch 20 6 for MT »or6 m cf. BeThEw H1 "- 70 Ve Bm Kue Dr Bm ; 4>rr'3 1 S 16 1 . Tn^EJ'v f^3 n.pr.loc.appar. in Philistine territory Mi i 10 ; site unknown, & txt. dub. «i^p rra v. irtfep sub t6o. ]iyp jva v. fivo bys rva supr . troyn rva n.pr.ioc. so only '» '31 nban

S 20 u , where rd. as in v 15 and in 'D '3 ?3X 

i K 15™ 2 K 15 29 .4&eZ of Beth Maacah; c. D-^ loc ; napn '3 n^>3K 2 S 20 15 ; cf. sub n. i>as. T prnQPI PP3. possibly n.pr.ioc. house or settlement on bank of Kidron 2 S 1 5 17 (RV Beth-merhak, cf. MV RVm Far House; Ew The Ke Sta tlie last house of the city). tni^nQ i"P3 n.pr.ioc. in Simeon (jylace of chariots) 1 Ch 4 31 = nionBrr'a Jos 19 6 ; site unknown. trPOj iTS n.pr.ioc. E. of Jordan, in Gad T .... * {place of leopard) Nu32 36 = J0S13 27 ; © Na/xpa^, KmSavafipa, etc., v. also Lag 0nom - *"• "* ™ * *« ;— mod. TeZ *'«A Survey KP1OT Bd p,U79 , cf. also rjnoj s DIsi5 6 , & Bob **■"*. ]"!!^ ^? n.pr.ioc. Am i s Aramaean city, or land = Paradisus (Ptol Geo8T - Tl4 ), mod. Ju- sieh (cf. Rob BE " LK *)? or cuneif. Bit-Adini, in Mesopot, cf. Schr K0199 DP" 8 '; COT 2 K 19 12

v. sub HP; otherwise St, & Hoffm ZAW '"• "» w . 

TPV5t3*~rP21 n.pr.ioc. near Jerusalem v t : — " Ne 7 M =njD|y Ezr 2"* & iwrty Ne 1 2"; cf. 1 Ch 12 13 (where n.pr.m.); — mod. El-Hizmeh c. 5 m. NNE. of Jerus. ace. to Ritter Gw> " r - "'■ 5U Survey" 1 ' 9 . TpQVn ]T2 n.pr.ioc. on border of Asher (valley -Jtouse) Jos 19 27 . Survey ,,M5 comp. ■Arnha, 7 m. NE. of Akko (but v. Rob 8 " 111103108 ). Tni3J?"TPS n.pr.ioc. in Judah (perh.= temple of -Andl Bae 8 * 153 Hal ,A, - 7xllll879pao8 , cf. foil.) Jos 15 59 ;— mod. Beit 'AnUn Rob 881 "- 280 '- Guenn , °' w< ""- lnt Survey 1 " 351 . But ©L B n 6ap*0, <£ mod. Bittir, c. 2 J hours SW. fr. Jerus. Bd Pal m .

QtgQj r-pn 

t]T3S*;"JT3 n.pr.ioc. in Naphtali (temple of 'Andt Nes 8 ' 114 Bae 1 " 163 Mey ZMG 187T - 718 ) Jos 1 9 s8 Ju i 33 ; 'V 1T3 v 33 ; — perh. mod. Ain-Ata v. d. Velde**"-'- 170 , 6m.W.of Kedesh (name'/lnata Gu^rin ' 111 * 74 ; 'Ainitha, Survey iax) ). t^inn Tgy*iT5 P erh - a-Pr.loc. (6wwZ- ing-house of the shepherds) 2 K io 12 ; cf. v 14 "wi 'JT'3; Bethacath Jer Lag " " 1 - 10 ' 7 - 17 - 2 "' 1 " 1 - 141 ;— mod. 2?e«< A'dcZ near Mt Gilboa (Fuku'a) ace. to Survey" 83 ; but cf. JV3 1. p. 109.' tninyn JT21 n.pr.ioc. (jrtace of the de- pression) reckoned to Judah Jos 15 6 ' 61 , to Ben- jamin 18 22 = nrvgn 18 18 , nnpnyn v 18 ; cf. also adj. gent. NCIfjyn' 2 S 2 3 31 (perh. rd. 'Vp-^3 Klo cf. Dr)= 1 Ch 1 1 32 ; — site unknown. TINT'S JTZ1 n.pr.ioc. (place of escape) in south of Judah J0S15 27 Nen 26 ; cf. adj. gent. 'L^3n 2 S 2 3 26 , & so rd. also 1 Chu 27 2 7 10 (Be). t-rij'B ITS! n.pr.ioc. (='S i>ys '3, c f. sub Py3) E. of Jordan Dt 3^, in land of Amorites 4 46 cf. Jos 13 20 (where assigned to Reuben); in land of Moab Dt 34 s . On site cf. Di Nu 23 s8 JjQgOnom.tt2.2naea.246 Q on( J Heth * Moib 142 f. p]£p 1882. 85 f. Tristr M °* bS05 . JY^3 jyvg n.pr.ioc. in Issachar (place of dis]>ersion) Jos 19 21 ; site unknown. TTlXW 3 n.pr.ioc. in Judah (house of rock) Jos I5 68 2 Ch 1 1 7 Ne 3 16 ; as n.pr.m. 1 Ch 2 45 ; — mod. Beit ^Ar, c. 12 m. S. fr. Jerusalem Rob BEin.276f. gurvey ui.au Bd™ 138 (Burj Stir). TlirTVJTS. n.pr.ioc. (place of street, or market l) near Dan on road to Hamath Ju 1 8 s8 2 S io 6 (where 3irrriV3 DIN) = ah") Nu 13 21 ; cf. 3irn* N3ix DIN 2 S io 8 ;— loc."dub.(cf. Rob" 1S71t ). tSD"1 1V2. n.pr.ioc? in Judah; as n.pr.m. 1 Cli 4 12 . T^SUJ TV3. n.pr.ioc. in Manasseh, "W. of Jordan (place of quiet) 1 K 4 1212 ; ?NBHV3 Jos i7»-'« Ju i 27 1 Ch 7 29 ;=JB!)V3 1 S 3 i lo: ' 2 ; ffW% 2 S 2 1 12 ; — mod. Beisdn (Scythopolis), NH i?»3 Rob 381 "- 329 Bd p,li!24 Survey ll01f - t ntfltZJn H^!l n.pr.ioc. (place of the acacia) Ju 7 m (on site cf. Rob 88 "- 3 "). tttjpuj fP3 n.pr.ioc. (sun-temple)— '& '3 Jos^^+St.; 'P-'S Josi5 ,0 + 6t; VBV '3 Jos i9 38 +4t.;— 1. city in SW. Judah J0S15 10 iS 6 ..i».is.u.i6.i..jo j K 4 » 2 K 14 13 = 2 Ch 25 s3 2 Ch "•mrrrrrn

18 ; distinguished from other places of same 

name as rrvmb TO 'B» '3 2 K 14"= 2 Ch 25 21 ; assigned to Levites Jos 2i 16 = 1 CI16 44 ; — ruin at mod. 'A in Shems Rob BB "• ™ '■ Bd p " m Survey in.s5.eo_ 2 . city in Naphtali Jos 19 38 Ju i 33 ' 33 . 3. city in Issachar Jos 19 22 ; possihly 'Ain esh- Shemsiyeh, Jordan valley, S. of Beisan (Beth Shean) Survey" 231 . 4. =On-Heliopolis, in Egypt Je 43 13 Kob BB1B Eb G8606t DF' 31 " tlfeB^nTVa adj.gent. of foregoing 1, cart. 1S6 1418 . trns.Fr,n^2 n.pr.loc. in Judah (place of apj,les) Jos 1 s 53 ;— mod. TaffM Rob BB " n Bd p.um g urve in.3io.sre TTJT'3. n.[m.] house, palace — abs. f^'an Est 7™ ('an n?a) ; cstr. Jiva Est i 5 (^WJ 'a nn), all garden of '3 ; ace. to Dieulafoy Elfj '**•<*""»»• throne-r 00m, syn .ofapaddna in mng.,but cf. f "1BN. IT'S prep, between, v. [P?] sub pa. tfcOS. n.[m.] balsam-tree (v. Ar. l£> Dozy ZMO 1869, 188 bu< . L5w No.47. ac( . to TA Hke j^ja-ja., an eruca, cf. Lane s.v.; perh. cf. l£5 give little milk, of camel, i.e. drop, drip); pi. D*K33

S 5 23S4 =i Ch i 4 ,415 ; sg. in K?3n p»J? ^ 8 4 7 

balsam-vale, cf. De Che. tnD3 vb. weep, bewail (Ar. ^o, Aram. *?», J4», As. 6aMZim BP23M , Eth. Oh?;) — Qal P/. 'a Gn43 14 Ho 12 5 ; nnaai consec. Dt 2 1 13 ; Waa Jb 30^, etc. ; Impf. *13>l Gn 37 s5 + 16 1. (la'i'Gn 27 s8 etc.); 3 fs. na'an 1S1" + 2 t.; naaril 1 S i 7 , !]?™ Gn 21 16 (where ® masc. cf. Di)+ 4 t.; 2 ms. n|3n Is 3 o 19 EZ24 16 ; naarn 2 K 22", jan* 2 S 12 21 2 Ch 34 s7 ; 2 fs. •JOB 1 s i 8 ; naas Ju n 37 +4t.; naasi 2 S 12 22 + 2t.; «f*Xvi6»+3t.; »*?£ Jb 3 i 38 Is 33 7 ;

fpl. "j'l'an Jb 27 15 ^ 78"; 'aw Ru i 914 , etc; 

Imv. pL WB Je 22 10 Jo i 5 ; ni'33 2 S I 24 ; /n/. a&s. ta3 Is 30 19 + 3 1. + Mi 1 10 (where rd. tap, v. iay) ; n'aa 1 S i 10 + 3 1.; cstr. nisab Gn 4 3 30 + 3 1. ; nnaab Gn 23 s ; />«. naa (nsta) Ex 2 6 + 6 1.; fs. .Tata La i 16 ; pi. Dtaa pa) Ear 3 ' 2 + , etc.;— 1. weep (in grief, humiliation, or joy), abs. Gn 4 2 24 43 3030 Ex2 6 Nun 410 14 1 iSi 7810 11 6 30 44 2 S i 12 3 18 13 36 15 s0 - 30 19 12 2 K 8" 12 Is 30 1919 Je 4i 6 5 o 4 Ez24 16 - 23 Lai 2 Zc7 3 Joi 5 2 17 ^78 64 i26 6 cf. 69" (but on text v. Che) Jb 27 16 Ec 3 4 (opp. laugh pnb>) Ezr io 1 Ne8 9 Est8 3 ; once c inanim. subj. Jb3i 38 '3? W;I1 its furrows weep; on Ne i 4 naasj VOB* cf. As. attaSab abakt, Flood ijoed.Di Q u i'; T - Hpt 5Asi.i45. of ]oud we eping NfeO

1 S 11 4 24" 

ffoa 'a«i btpn Gn 2i w 27" 29" Ju a 4

S 3 32 1 3 s6 Jb 2 12 Ku i 914 , cf. * '3W3 '3 Nu 1 1 

also Jb 30 31 . 2. c ace. cogn. '33 J u 21' 2 S

3 s6 2 K 2o 3 =Is38 3 , cf.'aaa i 8 16 9 , 'aao Je48», 

& naa nain '3 Ezr io 1 ; sq. ^"13 i>ip ■ s i 5 » c f. b« ^lp3 '3 Ezr 3 12 ; weep bitterly 'T 10 Ig 33'; also c. inf. abs. weep intensely, grievously iSi" Je 22 10 La i s , cf. Is 3 o ,9 & Mi i'°(but on text v. supr.) 3. sq. ?J? weep upon, i.e. embrace and weep, inwriij Gn 4 5 14 4 6» cf. 45" 50'; also Yyp>l 'a 2K 13 14 ; v. further Gn 33 4 45" & injrrns rhj «a»l j S 20 41 ; also sq. ^ weep over, for Ju 1 i 37 - 38 2 S 3 s4 La 1 '•; sq. "i>K 2 S i 24 S 32 Ez 27 31 ; sq. j> Je 22 ,0 48 32 Jb 30 s3 ; sq. 'JBD because of Je 13 17 ; sq. temporal clause (of oc- casion of weeping) Gn 50 17 ■</<• 137 1 Ne 8". 4. sq. ace. bewail Gn 23 2 37 s5 50 3 Lv 10" Nu 20 M Dt2i 13 34 8 Je8 23 ,cf.Is.i6 9 . 5. sq. ^ in sense of burden, annoy with weepingNu 1 i 13 Ju I4 1,17 cf. 'J$ Nu 1 1 20 . 6. * *jp '3 of penitent weep- ing Ju 20 23 (cf. Be ; v. also 2i ! ) Dt I 44 2 K 22 19 2 Ch 34 s7 , cf. also Nu 25"; joined with fasting Ju 20 26 2 S i2 2lss cf. Ezr io 1 ; so of weeping in anxious entreaty Ho 4 s ; on pt. as n.pr. Ju 2 i.s v D »3a infr Vi pt ft n33 ,3 i ammt j e

1 25 sq. ?J? ; bewail, pi. ntaaD S q. ace Ez8 14 . 

Tn221 n.[m.] a weeping, only Ezr 10' 133 'a nann oyn. t^a n.m. ,o21 ' 2 weeping— "a? Ju 2i 2 + 20 1. (also cstr. Lt3 4 8 , etc.); ^33 Gn45 2 ; 'aa Is 15 2 + 6 t.; sf. "33 ^6 9 ; — weeping ^ 30 s Is 15 25 ; as ace cogn. (c. naa) Ju 2i a 2 S 13 36 2 K 20 3 = Is 3 8 3 cf. Isi6 9 ('333) Je 48 s2 (>33D); audible '3 5?¥ V' 6 9 Is 65 19 Ezr 3 13 cf. Je 3 21 3 i u Is 15 3 ('333 IV" W« v. Je9 17 ); so also Gn45 2 ('33 li>p-nN* jn"l) & Je 48 s ('33 n^ '333 i.e. the sound of it shall ascend) — but text here suspicious, cf. IS15 5 ; as disfiguring Jbi6 16 ; || words of mourning Est 4 3 (b«, Di2f, nBDO), Je 3 1 9 (D'jwnn cf. 3 21 ), 9 10 3 1 15 (to), cf. ?3N /aa nB'D Dt 34 8 & Di ad loc; contrition (humilia- tion) J02 12 (D1X, 1BDO), Is22 12 (1BDD, nmp, p - e>-n:n), cf. Mal2 13 (npsn, nyon); of bitter weeping Is 2 2 4 '333 T?OS<, cf. Je 3 1 15 (& Is 33 7 ) ; "ITJ)" 1 '33 Is 16 9 Je48 32 i.e. Ya'zer in Moab, cf. -W n.pr.; f 102 10 (>n3DD '33 'IPC* cf. 42' 80 6 & Bab. dtmtu mastlti, tears (v:ere) my drink Zim BP34 - 42 ). Trop., of trickling streams (nnnj) in mines — hindrance to miners Jb 28". TrV)32 n.f. weeping. Only in 1"U33 P?S* T / Gn 35" i.e. mourning oak, cf. p^N, p. 47. rp3i t[r»"5a] n.f. weeping Gn 50 4 im33 V, i.e. the appointed time of mourning for him. tO"OSl n.pr.loc. near Pethel, D*33n-i>K Ju 2 1 , B'Sa V 5 (cf. V*); © 2 1 to* KXm/fywra *u tm BatSrjX ; v 5 KXaufyi«i>er i. e. D?33 (®L KXavfyiwi/) ; — on poss. connex. with J"H23 /i?S Gn 35 s cf. Stu &We BlMk '* Blnl - •*• *■ 18S - Com P- H "'- 1889 ' 216 • but pcrh. rd. iwrpa instead of D03 in v 1 , cf. We Bu E82 °. t [*P2] vb. (NH 133, Aram. 133, t&S ; cf. Ar.J!x> rise «arfy, <7o anything early ; Ixj, virgin, woman having her first child; Eth. flH*C: primogenitus ; As. lukru, first-barn, Dl S66,6 1 —Pi. /m/)/ 133) Ez 47 12 ; 7n/. 133i> Dt2i 16 ;— 1. bear early, new fruit Ez 47 12 . 2. ma&e or constitute as first-born Dt 2 1 16 (den. of 1133). Pa. Imj)f. "133^ Lv 2 7 s6 6om or ??tarfe a firstling. Hipli. Pt. f. '"n , 33p Je 4 31 one bearing her first child. "1*133 m n.m.first-lx)ni—Gn 35 s3 + 78 1.;">33 Gn25 ,3 +i4t.; &+&} Gn 4 9 3 +i 4 t.; W3? Gn 38 6 +3 t.; pi. cstr. ^133 Ne io^+a t.'; Drni33 f 136 10 ; pi. f. nnbs Gn 4 4 Ne io 37 ; nibs Dt i2 617 14 23 ; — 1. »iew and women: a. individuals Gn 25 13 + 69 1. b. coll. Nu 3 4660 8 16 i8 is . c. pi. Ne io 37 f 1 35 s 136 10 . d. im b Exil'l 2 12 ' 29 1 3 s131616 2 2 29 34 2 Nu jHJUMMMMMI 8 .7..7.18 33 4^ 78 51 io5 3, dividuals LV27 26 Nui8 17 Dti5 1919 3V 7 . . animals: a. ro- ' coll. TOTO "«a Ex n 5 I2 2 " 13 15 NU3 41 18 16 ; -ii33n b Dt 1 5 19 . c. pi. nroa Gn 4 4 Dt 1 2 6 - 17

23 Ne io 37 . 3. figurative, n. of relation 

me 1133 first-born of death Jb 18 13 (deadly disease); Orp~[ '1^33 first-born of the jmor (the poorest) Is 14 30 ; Israel is the first-born of Yahweh among the nations Ex 4 s2 cf. Je3i 9 ; and the seed of David among dynasties yff Sg"®.

n.pr.m. (young camel, Ar.^5o, As. 

bakru Asrb Ann * h " ,C5 )— 1. son of Ephraim Nu. 26 35 =T13 1 Ch 7- . 2. son of Benjamin Gn46 21 I Ch 7 6 ' 8 (133). ^33 adj. gent. c. art. as n. coll. Nu 26 35 . "PTOS, n.pr.m. aBenjamite(onformcf.^O?'3 ! «^p, & oi sl0, * dto -; on Nab. n.pr. in 1 v. Eut n*" 24 ' 25 ' 8 "- & No 1 " 73 *) 1 Ch 8 r9 =9 44 . T"H33 n.pr.m. (youthful) — 1. a Benjamite 2 S 20 1 '- 5 - 6 - 7 - 1013 - 21 - 22 ; only in phr. n^fff V2#. 2. perh. adj. gent. pi. c. art. D^psn 2 S 20 14 the Bichrites (i. e. family of Sheba')', MT Dnsn ; cf. © iv X( V /.fi=na(3); so Klo Dr.

nvpTaa 

f H133 n.f. young camel, dromedary (Ar. >JXj yowng she-camel) Je2 :3 ; pl.cstr. , " , 33 1360'. trnSa n.f. right of first-born Gn 25 s234 (J) Dt T 2i 17 iChs 1 - 2 ; sf. W33 Gn2 7 :,6 (JE); ^rnbaGn25 3l (J); im T b3Gn2 5 33 4 3 33 (J) iCh 5 '. t rPi33 n.pr.m. (first-born) Benjamite i S9 1 . T !~IT33 n.f. first-born, always of women Gn i 9 «^- 34 ' 37 2 9 26 (JE) 1 S 14 49 . T PH^S n.f. first ripe fig, early fig (re- garded as a delicacy) (Low 391 ; cf. Ar. ijJfo, Span, albacora, Moorish bokkCre) Mi 7 1 Ho 9 10 ; s f. ir«?=nrpWDa (rd. ma Di), is 2 8 4 ; pi. nn33je 2 4 2 . t CJH^SSl n.m. first-fruits — Lv 2 14 23 17 Nu 28 26 (P) 2 K 4 42 Ne 3 12 13 31 ; Dn33 Lv 2 3 20 (P); cstr. no? Ex2 3 16,9 (E) 34 22M (J) Nu 13 s0 (E) i8 13 (P) Ne io 3636 EZ44 30 ; sf. T7°? Lv2 14 ;— the first of grain and fruit that ripened and was gathered and offered to God according to the ritual; D^SSn Dn? bread made of the new grain offered at Pentecost Lv 23 20 ; Dni33il DV day of the first-fruits (Pentecost) Nu 28 26 .

v. sub n^3. 

, "iSttfuSa v. sub bo, p. 128. TpN73 n.pr.m. (=Bab. abal-iddina, he hath given a son COT 2 K 20 12 ) father of TP1? flKJQ king of Babylon (v. sub *|f«?) 2 K 20 12 = Ts39'; name prob. abbreviated by omi? sion of name of god (v. ib. Merodach-baladan = Marduk-abal-iddina, Marduk hath given a son; cf. Esarhaddon, v. HOnDX p. 64). trj7 j] vb. gleam, smile (Ar. iJJ) — only Hiph. Impf. 1 s. c. ) subord. n y%») Jb (f' + 2 t.; Pi. 3v30 Am 5 9 ; — 1. shew a smile, look cheerful // 39 14 Jb (f io 20 . 2. cause to burst or flash n-bv ■*> '30H Am 5 9 (cf. Ew St). t nUT'S. n.pr.m. (cheerfulness) — 1 . priest of 15th course (David's time) 1 Ch 2 4 14 . 2 . priest that went up with Zerubbabel Ne 1 2 618 . T ipS, n.pr.m. (id.) priest withNeh.Ne io 9 . ifn^JfTOO] n.f. smiling, cheerfulness, source of brightening— fa) ^K ,, ! 1 ^r' 3 P Je 8 18 a source of brightening io me in sorrow; but text dub. cf. VB Che. ■nba us tTJ^S n.pr.m. (® BaUab; Nb z " QM88 - 4 ™ Bel has loved, cf. *!$? ; DF' 2 *' ZKllm comp. cuneif. Bir-Dadda, cf. Hpt Hbr1885 ' 224 ) 2nd friend of Job fntfn) ♦TlWn 'a Jb 2" 8 1 18 1 25 1 4 2 9 . in H n.pr.loc. in Simeon Jos io 3 . V t[n/!H] vb. become old and worn out (Ar. JI3, Aram. ?3, JL>, Eth. <1M: id.)— Qal p/ nnj?a Dt 8 4 , *i>3 2 9 4 + ; 7»y>/ tfy$ Jb 13 28 etc.; 7w/ c. sf. ,r P 3 Gn 18 12 ;— wear out (intr.), esp. of garments Dt 8 4 29 4 - 4 , all c. ?J/D pregn. wear out (and fall) /row upon... (hence Ne 9 21 ), Jos 9 13 ; fig. of the heavens (with sim. of gar- ment) Is 50 9 jr 102 27 v3j 1333, the earth Is 51 6 n ?3Jjl 1333; the bones (through suffering) ^3 afflicted man Jb 13 s8 O^aj 3J713 MR] (|j -I333 Bty i'3X); of an aged and decrepit woman Gni 8 12 (J) > 'T'3 ^"ins after 7 am worn out. Pi. caus. of Qal. a. wear out (trans.), fig. La 3 4 '"IB 1 ? n?3 r t«, -f 49 15 and their form i>iK?> HlVab is for She'ol to consume away (others rd. nv3? is for wasting away [Dr S204 ], connecting 'B* with foil.), 1 Ch 17 9 wap to wear it (Isi)om< (altered fr. iniuyb 2 S 7 10 '), cf. Dn 7" Aram. b. wear out by use, use to the full, Is 6 s 22 and the work of their hands 1?3^ they shall use to the full, enjoy, Jb 2 1 13 they wear out their days in prosperity (Qrhere 1?3* complete, which perh. is the true reading in both passages; cf. Ex5 13 Jb36"). — 0n , n^3^ 92 », v. subi>!?3. t[n|?S] adj. worn out; f. nba Ez 2 3 43 (of a woman, cf. Gn i8 12 supr.); pi. Dv3 Jos 9 4 (sacks), v 4 (wine-skins), l"lv3 v 5 (sandals), v 5 (garments). T[Ni/3] n. [m.] worn out things, rags (Syr. )££=>' id.) pi. cstr. jftf Je 38 1,u , *&$ v 12 . t[rP"?:ip] n.f. destruction: c. sf. Is io 25 DJTparrby 'SKI and mine anger for their de- struction. b& adv. not (Ph. id. : e.g. CIS '• m 1S f3» b psb shall not be for the priest;, 3,3 Tiy ^2= before my time) a poet. syn. of tO, of compara- tively rare occurrence, Ho 7 2 9 16 (Qr) Is 1 4 21 35' 43 17 Pr 9 13 14 7 19 23 22 s9 2 3 7 - 3S - 35 24* 1 Ch 16 30 (=jr 96 10 ), only besides, except in the pas- sages cited, in other Psalms : often repeated in the same context, as Is 2 6'»>»'>' 4141818 3 3 2 °- 2 °- 2 '- .23.24 . .8.9.9.9 J, j 4.6.1I.15.18 j g2.4.4.8 j »3.3.5 2 j3.8.12. also used oft. with BtoK, BFttP., Dfen f io 6 16 8 21 8 30 7 46 s 93 1 96 10 104 5 Pr io 30 12 3 Jb4i 15 . In Is 40 24 it is prob. that it acquires from the context the sense of hardly : yea, hardly are they planted, yea, hardly are they sown . . . , when he even bloweth upon them, and they wither; cf. W 2K 20 4 . Joined anomalously with an infin., ^32' T?$ 3<n i? ?? (else) there is not coming nigh thee (i.e. else they will not approach thee). t s 73 subst. wearing out (^ , -^-» wear- ing out of a garment), hence 1. fig. destruction Is 38" 73 nne* pit of destruction (of Sheol). 2. defect, failure, hence adv. of negation (cf. DBS), chiefly poet, for &6, J'*?:— a. with finite vb. rare and only once in prose, Gn 3 i^E) v3"py i? Tan because he told him not, Is 14 6 32 10 Ho 8 7 9 16 (Kt) Jb 4 1 ' 8 . b. used to negative an adj. or ptcp. 2 S i 2 ' TIPD 73 not an ointed, f 19 4 H07 8 : more freq., esp. in Job, joined with a subst. in sense of witfiout, Jb 8" will the reed- grass grow DV0"v3 without water? 24 10 they go about naked Btop 73 without clothing, 3i M 33 9 34 6 3^ 2 words njnyJl without knowledge, 39 16 42 3 yfr 59 5 |WWJ ?iV~ , ^3 without (my) ini- quity they run (against me), cf. v 4 N?, 63 s a dry land tFO v3 without water, Is 28 s ; Jb 30 8 DB^y? ^33 children of (men of) no name. With preps, a. t^33, in njH 733 Dt 4* 19 4 Jos 20 3 ' 5 D (=unawares: all in D's law of homicide); without knowledge Jb 35" 36". b. t y3p in a slate of (v. sub p) no . . . , i.e. vrith- out, Is 5" prppap regardless of, without measure, Jb 38 41 4 1 25 that is made TVrfyfr (to be) in a state of no fear, i.e. to be feartess. c. t V3D («) from want of, followed by a subst. or infin., JO expressing causation, Dt 9 28 * TOT 730 on account of Jehovah's not being able . . . (in Nu 1 4 16 *lj>aO),2 8 M (Ew "•* ; but also ES Jrh "'• 72 ) > Is £* for viant of knowledge, H04 6 EZ34 5 Lai 4 "iJfiD S X3 'O'SO for lack of comers to the stated feast. Followed by a pleon. f't? in the phrase • • » n§ Y?Dn is it on account of there being no . . A (lit. is it /row* the deficiency ofno. .A cf. fc-X? *Xa ,-» in Syr.; PS 529 ), Ex 14" 2 K i 3 - 6 - 16 . (3) so that there is no . . . (lit. away from there being no . . . , i? expressing negation, and v3 being pleon., as in P£9,V.mh f?S 6 d /3); Je 2 15 its cities are burnt at^ 7|0 so that there is no inhabitant, 9 9 " 1 ' Ez 1 4 1S Zp 3". Once as a conj. TtW$ y3D, with pleon. iO, so tltat not . . . Ec 3 11 . In Job v?? is used more freely =

2 nwhz 

n 1 : fca without, the connexion with a preceding verb being no longer distinctly felt : 4 20 without any heeding,! hey perish for ever, 6 6 24 7 ' 8 ; prob. also 4" 31" (though here the sense (a) would be ad- missible), (y) in Jb 1 8 ,s %rtyp i^K3 fVfr, 19 is prob. partitive (so Hi): there shall dwell in his tent what is nawjht of his : Ew'" 8 ' De less probably even naught, cf. sub |*K 6 d y ; Ges 'terror (supplied from v 14 ) shall dwell in his tent so that it is no more his.' d. ty 3 "*!? till there be no . . . yjr 7 2' Mai 3 10 .

TV2^L n.[m.] nothingness (from y3 & 

HD, lit. not-aught) Jb 26" who hangeth the earth on '3. t , S** ,S 27 n.[m.] worthlessness (cpd. y3 not, without and ?5?! worth, use, ffofiCi — '3 Dt 1 3" + 20 t. ; bvhl yj, 1 o i 3 + 5 1. ; — the quality of being useless, good for nothing. 1. abstr. B*N hHwt), ^V^an VJK, worthless, good-for-no- thing, base fellows 1 S 25 s5 2 S 16 7 20 1 1K21" Pn6 27 ;='3-|3iS25 17 /3 > 33Dti3 14 Jui9 2!! 20 13

S 2" 10 s17 1 k 21 1013 2 Ch'13 7 ; '3 na 1 S i 16 

(drunken woman); '3 *1J? base witness Pr 19 28 ; '3 "lai base, wicked thing ^ 41 9 (yet cf. 3 infr.), 101 s (add prob. also 1 S 29 10 , so @ We Dr); '3..."i:n (elliptical and in apposition) Dt 15 9 . . concr. elliptical of '3 B*N 2 S 23" Jb 34 18 ; by* 1 ??) jn tf'trb i s 30 s2 ; i^s d"in Pr 6 12 . . ruin, destruction : so t^ 4 1 9 ace. to De Che al., but v. supr.; '3 fJT counsellor of ruin Na i"; '3 alone a maw of ruin, destroyer Na 2 1 ; '3 pru floods of destruction (|| ^i«f) 2 S 22 6 =^ 18 s . ' t'Hjna (perh. from % and TJ, ^S mw<o; Syr. »^i=a«v, x<»/»V; Nab. nypa except, Euf"* 8 ' 9 )— bf. rsffi (3 t.), T^l (4 t.), Tw* (once) — prop, not unto, hence apart from, except, without : a. Jb 34 s2 njHK '"IKp 3 &rce;rf, apart from (what) I see myself, do thou instruct me. With sf. Gn 4 1 M TT??P a i H,r< • r ^ om thee ' without thee, no one shall lift up the head, Is 45 s for there is none "^Vr? except me. Also with sf., as a particle of deprecation, Gn 14 24 'TV? ? not to me! i.e. I claim nothing, (in our idiom) not at all! 4 1 16 , h. with JO, ^Bff&i (so ,>'^. ^& without), (a) apart from, esp. with the collat. idea of without the knowledge and consent, Nu 5 20 2 K 18 25 (=Is 36 10 ) ami now come up apart from, without against this place to destroy it t Je 44 19 (cf. Y$fi Gn 41 44 ). ((3) «jpar< /rem, besides, except, Jos 22 19 2 S 22 s2 * (rr^iS 32 *) for who is God except '" ? v 32 "; similarly Is 43" Jfte "$JQ9 NJ|, 44 68 45 21 . [nV£] subst. (from fyS, of the form fta 01 ! I46 b ) prop, failure, hence used as particle of negation, not, except (cf. y3, DDK), twice with sf. (v. infr.), elsewhere always w| (with binding vowel '-^ , as mark of cstr. state: Sta 4343 Ges 5903 ), (Ph. n!>3 <mfy: Tabnith-Inscr. 6 ) — tl. adv. not, with an adj. 1 S 2 o 26 lino »nj>a wo< clean, with a subst. Is 1 4" 'Tip Wa rial? a stroke of non-cessation, i.e. a never-ceasing stroke, with a finite vb. (si vera 1.) EZ13 3 (RVm: but v. Dr* 41 ob >). t2. after a preceding negation, no< = except (syn. ,J ?W), Gn 21 26 I have not heard Di'n w? except to-day, Ex 22 19 he that sacrificeth 'v w3 except unto Nu 32 12 Jos 11 19 : so DN Vm Gn47 18 Ju 7 14 (cf. DK "3 Gn 28 17 Ne 2 2 ). With sf. (attached to the ground-form ^V?) W? except me tHo 1 3 4 , ^n,a except thee ti S 2 2 . t3. conj. (likewise after a neg., expressed or implied) Gn 43 s D3riX D3'nK W3 eascepi your brother (be) with you, v 5 Nu 11 6 our soul is dry, there is nothing at all; save that our eyes are toward the manna, Is io 4 (and where will ye leave your glory 1 !) save that they bow down under the prisoners, and fall under the slain ! i.e. (iron.) their only refuge will be among the corpses of a battle-field. So BK V$9 Am 3 3 - 4 .— Dn 1 1 I8 , where no neg. precedes, it is difficult to extract a sense consistent with the gen. usage of JjyS ; Ges besides that his reproach he will return unto him, Ew only, nothing but, Hi certainly, Drechsler (on Is io 4 ) nay, even (cf. RV). . With preps, a. 'l???? m so as not . . . , in order not... (negation of ? sq. inf.), usually sq. inf. cstr., as Gn 4 15 gave a sign to Cain iniOTOn w3p in order that any finding him should not smite him, 19 21 3 8 9 Ex8 ,8 - 25 9 17 Lv 1 8 30 20 4 26 15 Dt 8" 1 7 12 the man that doeth pre- sumptuously ybE' wap so as not to hearken etc. (cf. Jei6 is 'i7 23 'i8 10 42 is Dn 9 11 ) v 20 Ju 2 B +: P'jfi'l TO? in order not to profit (the result represented forcibly as the design; cf. sub lyPp) IS44 10 Je7 8 ; after vbs. of commanding Gn 3 11 which I commanded thee «B1?"P3K wap not to eat thereof, 2 K if Je35 8f14 Ru 2", swearing Dt 4 21 Jos 5 s Ju 21 7 Ez 20 15 , agreeing 2K12 9 , interceding Je 36 s5 . Once f ,r ?? 3 ? 2 K 23 10 (cf. *? |g$ Ez 2I 20 , j> liap 1 Ch 19 3 ). n!»

dVi Twice as conj. with the impf., Ex 20 20 2 S 14" ( c f. -raja, & JO Dt 33 11 ). In Je 23" 27 18 sq. perf., which is inconsistent with the nature of a final conj.: rd. either CW* Itfjj, or 3*>, Ni3 (cf. Dr » 410b> ). On Ez 13 3 v. supr. tb. '?$W an account of not . . . (negation of IP sq. inf.): sq. inf. Nu 14 16 * n>3< wSJ?; a verbal noun Ez 1 6* wpty '?|>W. t c. 'nb-iy inks «oe. . ., sq. a perf! (Ges; RS Jph, "- K j, or an inf. (Ew t 238 "), in the phrase (0$) ib-VN^n V^-TJf 1 , "!B' um&7 one left him (them) tio< a remnant, Nu 21 35 Dt 3 3 Jos S^io 33 1 1 8 2 Kio 11 .— Jb i 4 ' 2 D?OB> ^b-l? ($ there be no heaven (cf. TTTJf V'72 7 ). t[n7H] vb. trouble (Aram, .j^, cf. Ar. i-L> be weak in intellect ; v. also 7113) — only Pi. Pt. Tfti£ OWN mnbp Kt (Qr B^flDD needless) Ezr 4* troubled them in building. Tni"T vS. n.f. terror, dreadful event, ca- lamity, destruction — nn?a i s 17 14 ; pi. ninps Jb 18" + 7 t.; cstr. nin|>3 Jb 24" ;— 1. only pi. terrors Jb 18 11 27 20 30 15 '; '3 ^O Jb i8 14 =death, tf. nmb? '3 Jb 24 17 . 2. calamity Is 1 7 14 , pi. + 73 19 ; calamity, destruction Ez 26 21 27 s6 28". tl. nrT?21 n.pr.f. (etym. dub.) handmaid of Rachel, concubine of Jacob Gn 2Q M 3o 345J 35 2225 (sons Dan & Naphtali) 37 2 (prob. gloss, 01) 46 2S 1 Ch 7 13 . tn. nrtvS n.pr.loc. a city of Simeon 1 Ch 4 s *, prob. = nbp Jos 1 5 W , ffa 1 9 3 cf. Di ; site dub. tjrOS n.pr.m. 1. descendant of Esau Gn 3 6 27 = T i Ch i 42 . 2. a Benjamite 1 Ch 7 1010 . NiVa v. sub nb. io 1 (prob. = Bab. baldfsu-usur, protect Ids life! COT Dn i 7 Dl in BD Dn - *•'*;" Hoflm 2 * 1887 ' 86 conj. "»VN [lie* D?3 Balat ( = god Saturn?) protect the fang ! — Dn 4' conn, with Bel, but name then in- explicable), name given to Daniel by Neb. ^2, ncV?. ^-W v - 8ub n ^ 3 - fl. 773 vb. mingle, mix, confuse, eon- found (Ar. JJ moisten (with water), cf. Jl> »n<ns<ure, As. ia&SZw, Dl Pr70 ; cf. Ph. 773 name of a sacrifice, & NHH£?5 Aram - 'Ifi.XSii) —Qal Pf. ^3 Gnu', ^ ^92" ( h ^ cf - infr.); J>p/. 1 pi. nbi = n^ Gn n 7 , cf. Ko ,ss ; Pt. pass. W>3 Ex 29* + 3 t., rhhi Lv 2' + 28 t., IliX>3 Ex 29'+ 4 t.; — 1. mingle, con- fuse (obj. nab' = speech, language, q.v.) Gn 1 1 7 -" (J). 2. mix (cakes or flour, etc. always with oil) term, techn. sacrif.,only P (H Lv 23"), cf. Di on Lv 2 4 ; usually as nmo, '[OB'S '3 n^b Ex 29 40 Lv 2 s I4 I0!1 23 13 Nu 7 >»-i»»-3i.i7.«.4..«.«i.R. 7379 Nu 8 8 15 4 " 28 l *-™*- i3MM 29 M - u ,'v2'2 nruo Lv 7 10 (opp. ruin) 9 4 , 'e*3 '3 rfsp rrt?n Ex 29' Lv7 1212 , i.e. made by mixing with oil; J17D 'e>3 '3 mxo n^n Lv 2 4 , 'bo '3 ni^n rta Nu ' 6 , i.e. fine flour (in the form) of cakes so made. JJjp JOE'S "r&3 V' 92 11 / sliall be (am) anointed with fresh oil AV RV; vb. not elsewhere in this sense; ® 23 Hup Che rd. 'itfa f r . ^ 2 , inf. cstr. sf., abstr. for concrete, my wasting = my wasting strength, of declining age; Israel under figure of old man ; this however is not favoured by context. The passage is therefore doubtful. Hithpo. Impf. y?i31V Ho 7 8 ; "» KV1 D'OJQ D^BN Ephraim, among the peoples doth he mix him- self; but Ew Now derive here fr. 773=1173 (or 733) waste away, cf. Hiph. Hiph. Impf 7331 Is 64 s and we faded away, but rd. perh. 7331 fr. 733 cf. Di (De, less probably, derives from 773 — cf. Ew Now Ho 7 8 — or 713 = 733). t^3 n.m. ,l30M fodder (Aram.^2^»; cf. Ar. Hi moisture of fresh pasture) — 7v3 Is 30 24 ; sf. iW? Jh6 6 24*— fodder (strictly, mixed fodder, farrago) Jb6 6 ; as growing in field 24' cf. Is 30 24 . til. [7^3] vb. denom. to give provender —Qal Imp}. ?3J1 Ju 19 21 Qr (Kt 7131) sq. ) give provender to the asses. t?l V3!QJ n.m. snail (Shaph. form, causing moisture, from notion of moisture or fluid in 773);— name due to slimy trail f 58', W# TfSjV eon. t "QFl »•["*•] confusion, violation of nature, or the divine order— Lv 18 23 20 12 (H) cf. Di on 18 16 . tTpSTl n.[m.] confusion, obscurity (on form cf.Ar. conj. v. Inf. Sta'* 7 ) Lv 2i ;0 (II) WJJ3 'n i.e. defective sight? cf. Di. (V??, (33, p"!, Tf? T CI'""?, etc.) t[D73] vb. curb, hold in (NH id., Aram. B&f, ?&>)— Qal Inf. D^ 1 ) ^32', cf. Che. D 7H (<* Eth. dM-.fig, Ar. JJJ a kind of fig, cf. Lag"-'- -1 " 1 ; hence following). t [Dt3] vb. denom. gather figs, tend fig- trees, sycairores ( © tcvifav, S3 vellicans, prob. properly to ni}> the sycamore fruit to fit it for eating, v. Tristr »»«■ nut. Bib. s» Boi1.cp.s9. p. sot. Theodoret ap. Fi HM ""- "* '<*• Theophrast" 2 )— Qal Pt.o'tiZ, Am 7" D'Opt? '3. t ^ 7 3 vb. swallow down, swallow up, engulf (idea of quickness, suddenness) (NH id., Ar. i£> swallow, Eth. A2vO: «a<, Aram. V?3, >*i£a; As. fteZri, Pi. destroy Zim BF27 )— Qal Pf. V^3 Jb 20 15 , sf. *J*#3 Je 5 1 34 (Qr, cf. © Kt «-); 3 fs. nvb Nu 16 30 ; 3 pi. sf. WTO V 1 24'; 7»rap/. ^1 Jb 20 19 , vb>l Ex 7 12 , sf. Tyfcy Is 28 4 ; 3 fs. sjoni Nu i6 32 +2 1.; sf. »}l?J«a« V6 9 16 , uybn Nu 16 s4 , Dvbrn Dt 11 6 , iojtan Ex 15 12 ; 3 mpl. sf. W$£ H08 7 ; 3 fpl. n^ini Gn 4 i 7 , T |yb^». Gn 41 24 ; 1 pi. sf. DJJOJ Pr i 12 ; /»/ ySab Jon 2 ' ; sf. J'?? Jb 7 l9 ; — 1 . swallow down, c. ace. Jb7 19 Is28 4 , subj. tt Jon2'; subj. B$0 Gn 4 1 724 ; HBO Ex 7 12 . 2. swallow up, engulf, subj. H? Ex 15 12 Nu 16 30 ' 3234 26 10 Dt 1 1 6 f 106 17 ; fig. of greed Jb 20 15 (obj. ?jn ; opp. N*p www'*); of violence, extortion Pr I 12 (P'Mj??); of devasta- tion by enemy Ho 8 7 Je 51 34 ^ 124 3 ; over- whelming by calamity 1^ 69 16 (subj. nbfo); of full enjoyment, profit Jb 20 18 (no obj.) JTiph. Pf. vby Ho 8 s , V^J L328 7 ;— swallowed up, i.e. devastated Ho 8 8 ; engulfed by wine (yet cf. Pi. Is 3 12 ) Is 2 8 7 (pvrp '}, || ^2 Wf), Pi. Pf. vb Is 25*4-3 t.; SR» consec. Is 25 7 ; 3 pi. wb Is 3 12 ; 1 pi. «vb La 2 16 , sf. «W$J + 35^;" Zmp/. "fa* Pr 19 28 , sf. 3 ms. Wfto Jb

is Pr2I 2o. by^a; v 2 1 10 ; 36. sf. 3 ms. «q*p»i 

Ec 10 12 ; 2 ms. vbn 2 S 20", sf. '?vj>3™. Jb io 8 ; 1 s. vb« 2 8 20 20 , VJ>3*< Is 1 a 3 ; Imv. v£s V, 55 10 ; Inf. Vb Nu 4 20 Hb i 13 , ]?b La 2 8 , sf. *ivb Jb 2 3 ; P<. sf. 1R$30 Is 49";— 1. swaZZow Nu 4 M (V.b? as a swallowing =for an instant) ; elsewhere 2. swallow up, engulf, usually c. ace, a. fig. of destruction, ruin, Is 3 12 (obj. TJ^); (Ba from a V II. vb confound, cf. Di ; v. also 9 15 19 3 28" f 55'° 107 27 ); subj. '< La 2 2 "- 8 Jb 2 s io 8 ^ 21 10 (|| bx), Is 19 3 (obj. ns} 1 ), i.e. confuse, con- found/ so f 55 10 D ? < "2'^ 3k «J^J vb «m/M«e, Lord, divide t/ieir speech (cf.?b Gn 1 i 7 - 9 & v. De Th: Che); subj. wicked men,enemiesi/'35 :5 Is49 ,9 cf. La 2 16 (abs.) Hb i 13 ; obj. reflex, in sense Ec io 12 ; = annihilate IS25 78 ; b. t. = destroy 2S20 19 ' 2 " (|| n-n^n); i„def. subj. Jb 8 18 lopoo 'ffj c. fig. for greedily (seize, adopt) practise Pr 1 9 28 , for extravagance, squandering Pr 21 20 . Pu. impf. vb; 2 s 17 16 , rb; jb 37 20 ; Pt. Epybt? Is9 15 ;— be swallowed tip, i.e. destroyed Jb 37 20 ; cf. 0$ Vb;-I3 2 S 17 16 (impers.); ruined Is 9 15 (yet cf. sub Pi.) Hithp. Impf. 3 fs. vbnn ^ io7 27 (subj. nD3Pl) their wisdom is all gone, ' they are at their wit's end ' (cf. sub Pi.) I I. V?? n. [».] swallowing, devouring, thing swallowed. 1 . swallowing = destruction, vb-nST ^, 5 2 6 devouring words (|| ncnp }te>b). 2. <Amgr swallowed IV.b, Jesi 44 '3TIK 'rttfijrn V9D and I will bring forth that which he hath swallowed out of his mouth. I II. jn£ n.pr.m. 1. vb Gn 36^= 1 Ch i 43 ; Vb Gn 36™= 1 Ch i 44 a king of Edom, -I1V3 P '3 (cf. Dvb & Di Gn 36 s2 ). 2. vb 1st son of Benjamin Gn 46 21 NU26 38 - 40 iCh7 6 - 7 8 13 (V.b). 3. Vb a Beubenite 1 Ch 5 s . t V?3i adj.gent. of 2, 'JCT n. coll. Nu 26 s8 . t in. V vi n.pr.loc. city ="lVs q. v . Gn 1 4 2 8 . ■nyVa v. sub nb. I. C2S*7S 11.pr.1n. Balaam (ace. to Sta » ^rr Vb + D ; ' Nbr stud - Blb - '■ » prop, b = 7» + (god) DV), son of 11V3, prophet fr.linS (q.v.): — Nu 22 5 - 7 - 8 - 9 + 47t. Nu 22-24 (all JE) 31 816 (P) Dt 23" (D) (cf. W> Jos 1 3 s ) Jos 24 910 (E) Mi 6 5 Ne 1 3 2 . tn. DV^S. n.pr.loc. town in Manasseh 1 Ch 6 55 ; A I0 aaf i, ©L Ic^Xa af <=Dvb; (q.v.) Jos 17" + 2 t.; mod. Bel'ame, 6 hours N. of Nablus, Bd p ' 1K8 , so Survey" 47 . •(■[p721j vb. waste, lay waste (As. baldku, Pi. destroy, Lyon S"" " 61 ; cf. Ar. h^S_ a desert) — Po. Pt. without D, sf. I^i IS24 1 (||Pi?.i3, subj. ', obj. jnsn); — on form (which might also be Qal Pt.) cf. 01 1264 Lag™ 1882 ' 403 ; also pp2 Po. Je 5 1 2 , and intensive use of Inf. abs. Niph. Is 24 3 ; further Pu. (i.e. intens.) Pt. Na 2 11 (this however perhaps largely influenced by asso- nance). Pu. Pt. np T bo Na 2 " ('301 npntpi npa), devastated, or as subst. a devastated city. p72 n.pr.m. (devastator) king of Moab, ites fa 'a Nu 22" r + 37 1. Nu 22-24 (all JE) + J0S24 9 (E) Jui i 55 Mi 6 5 . nsNttna,TStfNVa v. h sub bvx T|tp73 n.pr.m. (=inquirert NH & Aram. £93; cf. sub p) an Israelite wbo returned with Zerubbabel Ezr 2 2 =Ne 7'. [rhi], *rhz v. sub ,-63. T nOS ^ n.f. high place (-/appar. qu on account of firm — ; cf. As. bdmdte Zim BF48 , Moab. no3 MI 3 ")— Je 48 35 + 18 1.; nncsn 1 g ,1»

13 ; pi. ni»3 Nu 21"+ 62 t.; cstr. W3 Jb 9 8 

Is 14" Am 4 13 ,; T% Dt 32 13 Is 58 14 Mi i 3 (Ew ,ald Ges 587,6 archaic fem. cstr. with retracted accent before monosyl. in poetry, bdmo-the not &wi);sf. , nb3 2 S22 :,4 +3t.; , niD3^ I 8 34 + iot.; — 1. high place, mountain: 1^ l"liD3 forest mountains Mi 3 12 = Je 26' 8 ; D^IJ? ni»3 ancient mountains Ez 36 2 ; JJIN J11D3 Nu 21 28 (E poet.) 2. high ])laces, battle-fields, the chief places of the land giving possession, victory, dominion: TJTID2 b]} on thy high places (Gilboa, the battle- field) 2 S i 19 - 26 (in v 19 ® has a doublet T™? thy dead, v. We Dr). a. of Israel: TID3 by 331 pK ride upon the high places of the land Dt 32 13 & Is 58" Cf. ~Dt3f> ^l8 34 =2S22 34 , Hb 3 19 . b. of God : p« <noa by -JIT fr-ead wpora «Ae %/i places of the earth Am 4 13 cf. Mi i 3 ; D' TI03 Jb 9 8 ; 3J? TID3 b]l rb$ (aspiration of the king of Babylon) Is 14 14 . 3. high places, as places of worship, at first on hills and moun- tains, later on artificial mounds or platforms, under green trees, and in cities; still later for the chapels erected thereon, and once appar- ently for a portable sanctuary (decked with diverse colours) Ez i6 16 . The ancient worship of Israel was conducted on these high places. In the times of Samuel and David they as- cended to them, descended from them, and offered sacrifices on them, 1 S 9 12 " 25 io 513 (HD3D for nrV3n We Dr). The custom continued in the reign of Solomon, but Gibeon was D03n rbrm i K 3 2 - 4 cf. iChi6 39 21 29 2 ch i 313 . High places of Baal were also used Nu 2 2 41 (E) Je 1 g b 32"; of Moab I SI 5 2 16 12 Je48 33 (cf. MI 27 ); these must be demolished Nu33 62 (J). Solomon built J1103 (platforms or chapels) to Chemosh and Milkom on the Mt. of Evil Counsel op- posite Jerusalem 1 K 11': Jeroboam made temples on the ancient high places of Dan and Bethel 1 K 12 3132 2 Ch u 15 ; they are called JIN m»3 Ho io 8 , pl-lb" H1D3 Am 7 9 : the kings of Israel built niD3 and niD3n TI3 in all their P cities 2 K 1 7 9 , and the people worshipped there 2 K 17"; these were also used by the mixed population after the exile of Israel 2 K 1 ?*■**: these various idolatrous high places were first destroyed by Josiah 1 K ttf- 3 *-* 2 K 23"° 2 Ch 34 3 . The worship of Yahweh on high places con- tinued in Judah until the exile 1 K 22" 2 K 15 36 ; the sanctity code predicts that Yahweh will destroy them Lv 26 30 ; they were regarded as the reason for the rejection of Shiloh ^ 78". The compiler of Kings, writing from the point of view of the Deut. code, complains ntosn pn rq l6 2 K 12* 14 4 15 4 * cf. 2 Ch i 5 17 20» and praises the few pious kings who destroyed them. a. Rehoboam built ni»3 with ni3VD & Dnt?X on every high hill and under every green tree

K14 23 . h. Asa did not remove the high 

places 1 K 15" (2 Ch 14 24 is incorrect unless ?V3 niD3). C. Jehoshaphat in his reform on the basis of the covenant code did not remove them 1 K 22 M (nirarrnK Tpn liy 2 Ch 17 16 is doubtless incorrect, possibly rd. ni3SO); Jeho- ram, his son, made high places in the cities of Judah 2 Ch 21 11 (@ $ j not mountains $); and Ahaz sacrificed on high places on the hills and under every green tree and in everv city of Judah 2 K 16 4 2 Ch 28 425 ; cf. Mi i 5 (rd. flNUn? so © @ X Che al.; yet cf. JBL 18 " ™') d. Hezekiah removed them 2 K 1 8 421 2 Ch 3 1 ' 3 2 l2 Is 36' ; but Manasseh rebuilt them 2 K 2 1 3 2 Ch 33 319 , and the people continued to sacrifice thereon to Yahweh 2 Ch 33 17 . e. Josiah, in his reform, based on the Deut. code, defiled them and brake them down from Geba to Beersheba

K 23 s - 8 - 9 ; but subsequently there were D1D3 

nann in the valley of Ben Hinnom Je 7 31 , and niD3 throughout Judah Je 17 3 cf. Ez 6 3 ' 20 29 (questioned by Ew & Co). 4. funereal mound(t) EZ43 7 (Thes, but in their high places AV RV; in their death % Theod Ew Hi EVm), Is 5 3 9 (Lowth Ew Bo Bodwell Orelli ; but in his death A V RV, or martyr death De Che Br). T]"n^3 n.pr.loc. (high place or great high place) place in Moab Nu2i"- 20 =:?y3 J"liD3 Nu 22 41 Jos 1 3 17 possibly on Mt. 'Affords cf. Di. T7HCj1 n.pr.m. (='D~|3 son of circum- cisionl cf. sub |3) descendant of Asher 1 Ch 7". iQS. v. sub 3, p. 91. JTIOS v. sub H03. ]2 ^n.m.son(MI Ph.p; so Sab. CI S^', cf. ^3 DHM Bm - sp^worKh.e . At ^i . As Hn^ Lyon 8 * 180091 - 67 ; esp. in bin-bin, grandson COT Gl0M , cf. Dl infr.; Aram. 13, -J,, pi. pJ3, ^.la; cf. Palm., esp. Vog ""• a - "• * * *'■ ; possibly orig. con120 P nected with ri33 build, so Thes, cf. As. bdnu, be- getter (Dl™* cf. Ba ZMH "".•«); but all traces of this </ lost in Heb. form ; -/ perh. orig. bilit. (», ») * I 3 v. Sta * 183 )— abs. '3 Gn 4 » + ; fS Ez i8»; cstr. }3 Gn 4 9 22 - 22 ; -J3 Gn 5^+'; |3 Est 2* Ne 6 18 , & c. prefix Gn 17" Nu 8 s5 1 Ch 27* 2 Ch 25 s 31 1617 ; to Nu 23 18 24 s15 ; "33 Gn 49"; J3 Dt 25 s ; 1? Ex 33" + 32 t. (29 t. in combination jy~|3 (WSJ*, VBnn) J>B>in'); s f. '33 Gn2i I0 +; 1?3Ex2o 10 + ; ^ Dt7 3 iKii 13 "; }33 Gn 3 o 14 + ; 133 Gn 4 17 +7 333 Gn2 I »»+; pi. D*J» Gn 3 ,6 + ; cstr. *J3 Gn 6 2 + ; sf. '33 Gn 3l*+;tt^| Jos 22* + ; Db'33 Ex 3 H + , etc.;— 1. son., male child, born of a woman Gn4 2i 16 1115 1 7 19 cf. v 16 1 8 1014 1 9 37S8 + oft., cf. F13B3-J3 Is 4 9 '5 . begotten by a man Gn 5 4t28 6 10 n llf + oft.; || 03 (11133) daughter Gn 5 4 ' 71 " n»»«J»t Ex 20 10 Dt 5" i6»» 1 S 30 36 Jb i 2 4 2> 3 + ; of son as desired Gn 30 2 (cf. 15 2 16 2 17" i8 10f - 1 S i M1 ) 2 K 4 1428 f 1 2 7 3 + ; rejoiced in Gn 30 6 + ; beloved Ex2i 5 2Si 9 1 - 3 - 6 1K3 26 ; cared for Dti 31 ; spared Mai 3 17 ; disciplined. & trained Dt8 5 Pr3 12 13 24 19 18 29 17 ; owing reverence, obedience, etc. to parents Pre 20 io 1 13 1 ; jrtaa I? 3 thy first-born son, Gn 27 s2 ; iban jan Dt2i 15 ' cf. 1 S 8 2 ; iW? bhfn A«r eW«r sow Gn 27 16 - 42 ; ^Jn to 27 1 ; FI33 fttgn ; ier younger son Gn 27 15 ' 42 . In partic. a. to^n? son of his mother, i.e. own (uterine) bro- ther Gn 43 s9 , cf. 27 s9 Ju 8 19 V' 50 20 6 9 9 , & v. DN; 1'?? 'J! 3 sons of thy father =hrethr en Gn49 8 (poet.) tb. (n'Tl > }* = cousins Nu 36". c. ^33 my son, as term of kindliness or endearment, used by Eli to Samuel 1 S 3 616 cf. 4 16 24 17 26 17 - 2L2S , v. also Pr i 810 2 1 + ; cf. *J33, used by Ben- hadad of himself to Elisha 2 K 8 9 ; by Ahaz to Tiglath-pileser 16 7 ; esp. to express intimate and gracious relation with God : calls Israel nba »3JJ Ex 4 22 cf. v 23 Ho 1 1 », v. also ^ 8o 16 (but cf. Che); D3'ni>K mth QriK D'33 Dt 14 1 ; 'J? fi'bj; V82 6 (|| dv6k); $-i$ , ?. 3 Ho a 1 ; cf. further Dt32 5 (pl.) v 20 (pl.) Isi 24 30 19 Je 3 1422 4 s2 31 20 ; of future Davidic king 2 S 7 14 =i Ch 17 13 cf. ^ 2 7 ; expressly referred to Solomon 1 Ch 22 10 28 s ; also of children (offered in fire) Ez 16 21 . d. DTOKH '33 applied to supernatural beings Gn6 24 Jbi 6 2 1 ; Crbtt '33 Jb 38 7 ; D'iw 'pa ^■29' (on which cf. Che's note) 89". e. 0"1N"f3 son of man, cf. 'N '33, v. D1K; t&"K VPVV & (|| fflK '3a) 4 9 3 62'°. ' tf. *J3 3 "f 3 = % prawcZ- «on Ex io 2 Dt 6 2 Ju 8 s2 cf. Je 27*; also pi. Ex 34 7 Dt4 926 Jui2 14 2K17 41 2 Ch8 40 Jb 4 2 16 f 128" Pr 13 22 17 6 Ez 37 26 ; also f3 alone with similar reference Gn 29 s (Laban son of Nahor) ; Laban calls his daughters' children his own sons Gnsi 28 - 43 cf. 32 1 ; so of Naomi Ru 4 17 ; *J$ D'V 3 ! 2 K 1 o 30 sons of the fourth generation, and, in general, descendants Jos 2 2 242527 + ; v. also sub i. infr. g. constantly, as more precise de- signation, added to personal name n3D'~fa 3^3 Nui4 30 3 2 12 34 19 -|-; |tt*f? ytPirn Nu ii 28 I4 3 " 12.28 — 34 17 + ; B33-f3 (jyarv j K i2 215 + , etc.; also without personal name (often with impli- cation of contempt) E^i?"' 3 1 S 10"; 'B>'"[3 1 S 2O 27.30.3i 22 7.8. 9 .i3 25 io 2 g 2Q i. n ^ vj 3 " 2 S V i6 10 ; Wjiffl-fl Is 7 «* 8 16 ; ^.ao-ja i s 7 '«j C f. also T<! '33 Nu i6 78 . h. designated as trj^JTf i.e. born in old age of father Gn 37 3 ; opp. Dnwari '33 sons f one ' s youth ^, I2 7 4 ; a i so ,J T 3 ~I 3 one born in my house Gn 15 3 (i.e. slave) so Tt£ '33 Ec 2 7 . i. in various com- binations : (a) as expression of contumely, - f3 nvriisn nis» 1 s 20 30 ; mn BjRIjrrjj 2 K 6 32 this son of a murderer; cf. ^-PPS Jb 30 8 ; £3?'" , r'3 '33 ib.; H33V , 3. 3 Is57 3 (||«|K30jnj); cf. JTiriK n^STf? Ju 1 1 2 (cf. v 1 ); (0) as term of respect, dignity, Qv ^ n "! 3 son 0/ nobles Ec io 17 (in Aram.=/ree born); D'03rrj3I s i 9 » ; Dlp-'abp-p*.; cf.^]b»"l 3 + 72 1 (ll^»); ^n»«-f3 ^ 86' 6 in addressing (Wy0) fcTW?. 3 f 102 29 ; of noble appearance ^J 13 ? V. 3 Ju 8 18 . j . oft. pi. with name of ances- tor, people, land, or city, to denote descendants, inhabitants, membership in a nation or family, etc.: (a)e.g."l35?-'33Gnio 21 ; nrr'33 Gn23 3 " 10 - HuuMwa 25 .o 4? M ^ all pj . ^njH^ Nu 24 , 7 y _ gub ); "iton-'ja Gn33 19 Jos 24 s2 ; VE'JJ '33 Gn36 61519 Dt 2 4 - 812 - 2229 ; T*^ '33 Gn 36 2021 ; 'D3n('33)-f3 Jos i5 8 + (cf. sub *W); Ci^ '33 Dt 2 919 V^ 9 ; tip 1 !'-'?.!! (lit. Gn 46 27 48 s 1 Ch 5 1 ) Nu i 32 26 s8 - 37 34 s3 3 6 6 (" '3 HBO) + 6 t. Jos, cf. V 77 16 ; even n$3D t33BJ 'Jtn '33 x CI15 23 ; TIT '33 (lit. 2 S8 ,8 =

Ch 18 17 , 1 Ch 3 19 ) 2 Ch 13 8 23 s 32 s3 ; t]p« V 3 
Ch 29 13 Ezr 2 41 3 8 + (v. *lpK); rrib '33 in titles of 

V' 42-49. 84,85,87,88; esp. (0) |toj>-'33 (stand- ing designation of people of Ammon) Gn i9 38 + 81 t. (cf. fBg & Nb ZMQ1886 ' ,71 Dr 8m66 ); a'pj|' '33 (lit. Gn 34"WM7 35 mui 492) 2 K i 7 =« ^' 10 ^ Mai 3 6 cf. f 77 16 ; & chiefly (y) ^^ '33 (lit. Gn 42 s 45 2 ' 4 6 5 Ex i 1 ) Ex i 7 + 613 t'., inch Hex 427 (of which 328 P, 49 E, 25 J, 25 D), Ju6i, SK Ch 73 (23 in ref. to ancient history, 10 in opp. to Judah); so also Vrss & var. sometimes for IS* ri'3, e.g. Jos 21 «+ v. Di, Ez 3' + v. Co; also the reverse Ez 2 3 al.; note esp. Wlty ' 3 D 5? Ex I 9 ; btpfr '3 ip| Ex3 10 7 4 ; ^"j'^ '33 nTJ| Ex 1 6 12 - 910 i 7 1 Lv 1 6 6 1 9 2 Nu 1 263 8 9 - 20 ' 1 3 26 1 5*™ p

P if 19 9 25" 26= 3 i' 2 (all P); ^ 'a ntt"! Ju 3 2 ; Dyn-b?l ty '3"!53 2 o 26 ; 'l;>n 'jM '(^'3 Ne io 40 ; also («)TJW NO (lit. Gn 46 12 26 19 i Ch 2 310 4 1 ) Nu i 26 + 18 t. Nu Jos, Ju i 8 - ,1, (so rd. ako v 21!1 cf. Jos 15 53 & v. sub |D'33) 2 S 1 18 1 Ch 4 s7 + 8 t. Chr, Je f° + 4 t. Je; Ho 2 J Jo 4 6 - 819 Ob I2 (not in K, of Judah or of any other tribe, except

  • k ^» 1 K 12 31 ) inch ffW »J| n»D Jos is 120 ' 21

2 1 1 1 Ch6 50 ; for usage with other tribes of Isr., v. the articles; — but note (f) t*K '?. 3 (Ht. Gn 4 6» Ex 6 16 Nu 3 17 1 CI15 27 6' cf. 23") Ex 32 s8 Nu3 15 16 78 18 21 Jos 21 10 (as including sons of Aaron etc.); *fc '33-^3 EX32 26 ; 'b 'a I'TOrb Nu 16 10 ; 6 'a D'3nan Dt 21 5 31 9 cf. 1K12 11 &Mal 3 3 ; 1 Ch 2 s 24 ' 27 2 4 20 Ezr8' 6 (distinguished from priests) Ne 1 2 s3 EZ40 46 (including pi"IS '33 the priests); also 'b '3 DiJnp 1 Ch 9 18 ; "^n »J|

Ch I2 27 Ne io 40 ; D^n «JS 1 Ch 15" 24 30 (cf. 

also '£); (f) |*IE|» '33 (lit. EX2 8 1 - 40 1 Ch 5 20 24 1 ; oft. Aaron and his sons lit. Ex 27 21 28'- 4 + ) Lv 3 5. 8 ..3 6 7.ii 7 10.33 Jog 2 , >o j Ch 635 .39.« 1 5 4( + Levites)

131 Ne 12 47 ; also D'3n'art 'K '33 Lv i 5811 2 2 3 2 

Nu3 3 io 8 &Jos2i 19 2Ch3i 19 cf. 26 l8 2o 21 35 1414 ; P 3 ^ PnS 'J 3 Lv i 7 Jos 2 1 4 (as subdivision of Levites) v 13 cf.Lv7 34 ; prv* *JfTI$ ROT '3na-riK D^rn 2 Chi3 9 cf. v'°; once in sing. PD$li ft 3 ? Ne io 39 ; v. also sub pqs ; (,) fptt| '33 Ez 4 o 26 ,

16 prw *aa en^n owm ; 48 11 ehpon twron 

pHX '33D (® Sm Co join D of '33D to pre- ceding word, making pi.); (6) *B with names of peoples, lands, and cities, D'!?* 3 V 3 Am a 7 ; D^SfO '33 Ez 1 6 s6 ; ■fiB'K *J| Ez ie 28 ^ 7 ' 912 ' 23 ; TV - ! 3 ? H? ' 3 Ez 30 5 (Co del. p«); ^33 '3 Ez 23 i5.i7.23. d^t '3 Jo 4 6 ; J*| '3 Jo 2 s La 4 2 ^i 49 2 (cf. Zc 9 13 ). Vid. further (•) 1»S '? 3 Lv i 9 ' 8 cf. 2o ,7 Nu 22 5 Ju i 4 " , -WEz3 u 33 s - u - l7 - ! »37 18 Dn 12'; IB? T1? 9? Dn II 14 ; (<e) Dyn '33 T3JJ

K 23 s 2 Ch 35 5 - 7 ' 12 ; OR '33 '-pp. J e 26 s3 '; (X) 

Dlp-'33 Gn 29' Ju 7 12 8 10 1 *K 5' 10 Jb i 3 Is ii M Je49 28 Ez25 410 ; t(f.)n3Htpn '33 Ezr2'=Ne7 6 ; ( v )ofbulls,fB'3'33Dt32 ,4 (song)cf.Klo 8Kim! - 254 Di. 2. children (male and female) Gn 3 16 2 1 7 Ex 2 1 5 2 2 23 ; hence D'l 3 ?? "^?«? '33 J0S17 2 male chil- dren, "Ut |3 Je 20 15 . 3. youth, young men (pi.) Pr 7 7 Ct 2 3 . 4. the young of animals Lv 22 28 (HB' IK "M?) cf. Dt 22 6 - 7 1 S 6 710 Zc 9 9 Jb4 u 28 8 39 416 ;— lp T 3 _ f3 etc. v. sub 7binfr. 5. of plant-shoots TTp J3 Gn 4 9 22 - 22 ; also ?3 f 80 16 ? (|| H33 ; see Che trans. & crit. n.) 6. fig. of lifeless things, *f~j. '?. 3 sj>arks Jb 5 7 ; stars Bty n'33-^JJ Jb 38 s2 ; arrows n'fP T '|3 Jb 41 2 ; '33 <nB^KLa 3 " ; cf.'pr;3 i.e.cornofmythreshirig- floorls2i w . 7. a. member of a guild, order or class, +D'(*'3a-| '33 i.e. those belonging to the prophetic order 1 K 20 s4 2 K 2 »«" 4 1M * 5 »6 I 9 1 (rIofrmRS p "" h - 85! «. I "";Zehnpfund ,,AS,J »comp. As. mdr sipri (siprdlum), son of a messengers messenger, and explains from the son's succeed- ing to father's calling) & N'33-f3 Am 7 14 ; prob. also+D^nan '33 1 Ch9 30 Ezr2" 1 io 18 ; tC'IS^n '33 Ezr2 42 ; cf.iniin '33 2 Ch 25" men' of the troop, v. Palm. Nm'B' '33 inen of the caravanV og* -'* 1 ; alson^3n'33 = ea; ? 7e«tEzr4 , 6 19 - 2<, 8 3S io 7 ' 16 (v.nS3 sub nbi); further, in "I33 _ f3 = foreigner (only P, poet., & late) tGn if™ Ex 12 43 Lv 22 s * Ez 44 9 - 9 ; '3n-'3 fig 5 6 3 ; TJTSI 1 2 S 22 4S - 4, = + i8 4M6 Ne 9 2 Is 60 10 61 s 62" Ez 44 7 f 144 7 ", 'an-'sa Is 56 6 ; also D3E>y D'-13ri D'3B*inn '33 Lv 25°. b. of animals, I? 3 "' 3 son of (the) herd, i.e. young one of the herd, 1p3 '331 1p3 1 S 1 4 s2 cf. " 1 P T 3 "! 3 b)$ Lv 9 2 (P); then, in general, one of the herd : fit for food Gn 18 78 (J), for sacrifice Nu is 8 - 9 (P); '3n-p only Lv 12' (P); esp. 13 ip, 3 "i 3 EX29 1 Lv4 314 i6' 23 18 Nu7"+i6 t. Nu (all P)+ 2 Ch 13 9 EZ43 19 - 23 ' 25 45 18 4 6 6 ; D^B ip r a '33 NU28 111927 29 13 ' 7 (P); also Km '33 Gn 49 r "(poem,J; ||ni'y); iKJT'ja^x^ 4 - 6 ; D1?KVf3 ^29 6 ; D'3Bin '33 Est 8 10 ; lij^n) '33 Lv i 14 -|- 7 t. Lv + Nu 6 10 cf. n3V-[3 l'v 12 6 (all P); "^ "Wjl Pr 3 o 17 ; 3-l.ir '33 ^147'. 8. r 3 as n. relat. followed by word of quality, characteristic, etc. esp. t(a) b]nC)2)- — mighty man 1 S 14" 18' 7 2S2 7 13 28 17 1010 1 K i M + 7 t, Ch; 'n '33 D'B>3K Jui8 2 2R2"; ^nn '330 B»'K tb« Ju 21 10 ; t(3) n^'U W tc/fc«rf »reen 2 S 3 s4 7 1 " 1 Ch 1 7 9 Ho io"; 'y-ja ^'Sg 23 (for by>b2 '33 v. ^3); i(y) *TR 'P. 3 re6e/« Nu ^^(cf. >T»); +(8) ntol^M '33 aorw of pledges— hostages 2 K 14"= 2 Ch 25 s4 ; +(») njD '33 i.e. those deserving of death 1 S 26"; so niO"J3 2 S 12 5 ; nruon '33 appointed or ex- posed to deathf 79" 102 21 ; cf. t(f) ntan |3 one worthy of smiting Dt 25 s ; +(,) if '33 Pr 31'; i{8) 1&q '33 Pr 3 1 8 ; +(«) fMV '33 Je 4 8 4S = «M- multuous ones; so also ( = flNI?) HE' '33 Nu 2 4 17 cf. RVDi al.; t(«)"«J?!D "?.? Zc4 14 i.e.anointedones; +(X) P?'?"! 3 Gn 15 2 son of possession, i.e. heir; t^pDjrr 3 -'7'n Is ' 4 13 «o« of dawn; +(i»)ofani- mals ynti '33 i.e. proud beasts Jb28 8 41 s6 ; (£) of Jonah's gourd H^"J3 Jon 4 1010 ; +(«) of a fertUe hill ICtrta HP Is 5 1 . 9. n. relat. of age: a. of men, %> ' rfrtb »ton-|a ni >m Qn^ cf. 7 6 + 7it.P; T Gn5o 26 Josi4 71 ' 24 M (allE);Nu32 11 (J), Dt 3 1 2 ; also Ju 2 8 1 S4 15 2 S 4 4 19 s336 1 Ch 2" p 122 rw-p

' 27 s 2 Ch _24 u 25 s 3 1 1617 Ezr3 8 Is 65 s0 M ^rrp n.pr.m. (son (man) of might) a 

prince of Jehoshaphat 2 Ch 1 7 7 . TpiVlS n.pr.m. one of tribe of Judali 1 Ch 4=°. T "ipn - '|3. n.pr.m. (son of mercy) an officer of Solomon 1 K4 10 . "HSJ^'IS n.pr.m. (*on of my people) son of Lot by his younger daughter, and ancestor of the Ammonites (faiTI? v. ftej?) Gn 19 38 . tp"^l"' , 23 n.pr.loc. city of Dan (in As. Banai-barka COT Jos 19 45 ) Jos 19 45 ; — mod. Ibn Abrak, or Ibrak, c. i hour S. of E. from Jaffa, Scholz Be,,e256 Di, cf.Map Bd Pal & Survey Je52'; +4it.SKChof kings at accession; note esp. (inch in above) the phrase rOB* D , *)b'? I?*? "^ Ex 30" 38 s6 Nu i'+ 21 1. Nu 1-3+ 26" 3 2" 1 Ch 2 3 24 v 2 Ch 2 5 s Ezr 3 8 ; cf. Lv 2 7 7 Nu 8 24 26 62 1 Ch 23 s & without rbyo Nu 8 JS 18"; also rue 5 D'tfirp n$n nas* n-iby jap LV27 3 cf. v 6 - 6 ; rue 5 DHStorrp nvi r6yoi rue 5 Dt6tf pp Nu 4 s - 3 + 1 2 1. Nu 4 ; n^vcta bub 5 b^b 5 pe 2 Ch 3 1 18 cf.v 17 ; & n»o!a rue* cme-i; }apj> 1 Ch 2^. b. of animals, (Hex all P, inch H) iUBH? Ex 12 6 29 s8 Lv 9 s 23 18 " Nu 7" + 28 t. Nu 7,' 28, 29 ; also Mi 6 6 ; irUBH? Lv 1 2 6 23 Nu 6 1214 + 1 2 t. Nu 7 ; also Ez 46 13 . Note.- — p appears perh. abbrev. as 3 in a few cpd. n.pr.; v. 1p"j3 (=np"rp?), fB/Sp, i^nps, O^P, n ?P, W}*, &$B (so MV after Schol. Hamasa 3 ed. Freytag ; 'Ro deIlbr - hl,Un,<>ri - Ar * bM ' 21 ; but this is very uncertain, cf. Ol* 227 "-"- 613 ).— On Lag.'s explan.of UK in some n.pr. as for pt* = p cf. Lag BNTO & v. -onN p. 4, etc., but this is dub. TjS n.pr.m. a Levite 1 Ch 15 18 , but del. ® Be Ot cf. v 20 . tnnraM"]! n.pr.m. (?) (son ofAbinadab) an officer of Solomon 1K4"; but cf. 31J'3N p. 4. T^D'IX'p n.pr.m. (son of my sorrow) Rachel's name for Benjamin (cf. infr.) Gn 35 18 . TlIlS"^ n.pr.m. (son of a man, or of Geber) an officer of Solomon 1 K 4 13 . T^jTR'p n.pr.m. (?) (son of Deker) an officer of Solomon 1 K 4 9 . T^n~p n.pr.m. (appar. son of (god) Ha- dad= Aram! ??£ J>, J U 2q3.14.15.18.2L23.24.28.30. 31.32.36.48 2 j 13.20.23 2 g 2 25 ^ 2 j*> j Qfr g 40 g 3.7 j j31 i2 ,7li0 Neii 4 - 7 - 31 Je6'; Ju i 2121 (but tTTIf «XJ in || Jos 15 cf. Bu* 87 ); explicitly i»U3 nap Nui 37 2 22 i3 9 34 21 Jos 2 1 4 iCh6 45 cf. Jos 21"; npp '3 »J3 Nu io 24 Jos 18 1121 1 Ch 6 50 ; '3 B3B 5 1 S io 20 - 21 1 K 1 2 21 ; observe also '3 , p3B'-^3 Ju 20 12 cf. 1S9 21 ; |0;j? B 5 ^ Ju20 41 1S4 12 cf. E*K pp;-pp 1 S 9 1 ; fpU3 p.S Ju2i 21 1 S9 16 2 S 2 1 14 Jei'i7 2S 32 44 33 13 37 12 cf. 32 s ; '3 ^33 1 S 10 s EZ48 22 (del. Co) v 24 ; >pu? rrs 2S3 19 ; n»a '31 flW iKi2 23 2Chn 1 ; in name of a temple- gate li'fyn '3 nye 5 j e 20 2 cf. 37 13 38 7 Ez 4s 32 Zc 14 10 . t2. a son of Bilhan and great-grandson of Benjamin 1. I Ch 7 10 . +8. a Jew of Ezra's time Ezr io 32 cf. Ne 3 s3 1 2 34 .— pa »a ;D'J3 i Ch 9 4 Kt rd. with Qr * 'WW Kff. tlpW-]^ adj.gent. from iP^? 1. 1 S 9 21 f 7 1 ; T^"? 3 Ju 3 15 2 S 1 6" 19 17 1 K 2 8 ; pi. W p3 1 S 22 7 Jui 9 16 ; "J^P; 33^ 1 Ch 27 12 (Qr Tp; pS); = ,, r^ (q-v.) 1 S 9 4 +. •or::!

n-a-rra tlj , 32 n.pr.m. (our sonl 01 ,2 " b '"- 613 ) a Levite Ne i o M . i. Pa n.f. daughter (=*nJ3 fr. p. Ph. n3, MI J153 pi. maidens, As. bintu "Winckler 8.r,on. oiom. 9 Ar.oJj ; Sab. m, nJ3 DHM ZMQ ,8Sl W1 CIS iv.i.N».6. a . Ar - am IJ^L'j, ab8 . Ex ,w + . cstr. Gn n 29 4- ; sf. *a Dt 22 16 + ; in? Gn z 9 " + ; UBS Gn 34 17 etc.; pi. nfoa Gn5 4 + ; cstr. nta Gn 6 2 + ; sf. Tlla Gn 3 1 26 + ; *J*fof Gn 1 9 12 + ; Drt3 Gn 3 4 21 ; DITTOS Dt 1 2 31 + , etc. ; — 1. daughter, female child, born of a woman Gn 3 o 21 34 1 Ex i 16 - 33 21 4 Lvi2« Ho i 6 cf. Gn 20 12 Lv 18 9 Dt 2 7 K + ; begotten by a man Gn 5 4 - 710 ii 111315 cf.Gnn 29 i9 8 20 l2 28 2 Lvi9 9 Dt27 22 + ; oft. |[ i? son Gn 5 t7 + (v. J3); cf. in allegory of Jehoash 2X14'= 2 Ch 25 18 ; note esp. ni33 Dn«n i.e. human women Gn 6 24 ; nJDjpn ^3 thy younger daughter Gn 29 18 (cf. TVySri v 26 opp. nT33n) ; rb'nirs <ra m y eldest daughter 1 S 18 17 ; ^(^-nz-princess 2CI122 11 2K 9 34 Dn 1 1 6 cf. 2 S 13 18 Je 41 10 4 3 6 ^45 10 ; cf. as term of praise 3H3TI3 Ct 7 2 ; in partic. ta. girl called Uns by father and brothers Gn 34 1 ' cf. D3n3 v 8 . ih. of adopted daughter Est 2 715 . tc. used in speaking to daughter-in-law Ku i 111213 2 2 - 822 3 1161S . td.V3K-ri3 =SJ - g fcrEz2 2 11 (appos.ininN); also half-sister Gn 20 12 'WTta tb ^K '3KT13, cf. Lv 18 9 & v 11 T?? np -n3 , 20 17 . te. il'vna = cousin Est 2 7 . +f. used in kindly address,

  • I3 E u 3 101 ' (Boaz to Ruth), cf. + 45"; 'Tlin

in mouth of "> Is 43 s (|| •»). fg. 1-33 n*J3 = granddaughters Gn46 7 (P) cf. Lv 18 10 & v 17 (H); note also Gn37 3i , where vni33 must include other than actual daughters, h. n[53"i PN1D3TI3 (as more precise designation) Gn 25 20 cf. 24 23 - 24 - 47 - 47 also 26 34 - 34 29'° + ; note esp. + _ na n'SHB (without personal name) Ex 2 5 '- 8 - 910 cf. 1 K 3 1 7 8 9 24 1 1 1 2 Ch 8"; J*> Wfl Vyp thfT9 Gn 3 8 2 cf. v 12 (but cf. 1 Ch 2 3 sub V&T& n.pr.f. infr.) ti. oft. pi. as designation of women of a particular city, land, or people: |i'S ni33 Is 3 1617 4 4 Ct 3" cf. Is 49 12 60 4 La 3 61 ; tfyprt ntos ct i 6 2 7 3 510 5 816 8 4 ; ^eJ-rfaa j u

1 21 - 21 ; Din m33 Je49 3 ; observe transitional 

phrase Tjh 'BOX n«3 Gn24 13 ; further JWJ| ni:3 Gn 28 168 3V (all P)'cf. 'iVm 'a Gn 24 3 - 37 (J)'; f$fn ni33 Gn 27* 34 1 (bot'hP); 3K1D ni33 Nu 25' Is 16 2 cf. Na 21 s ; nn '3 Gn 27 4<M6 "(P); &n&b& '3 Jui4'- 2 2 Si 20 || Q*^0gJ '3 v 20 (poet,); btc&) >3 Ju 1 1 40 1 Si 24 (poet.); ffJW '3 ^ 48 12 97 8 ;' ntf?D '3 Jos 1 f; ft '3 2 Ch 2 13 ;' cf. "&** or of 'its' gate, Ct f ( j'i3fn). Ex 2 1 i.e. a woman of tribe of Levi ; also T n $ '3 Ju 14 3 ; 1BJ? '3 Ez 13 17 .— finrna etc. v. sub 3 infr. t2. young women, women Gn 30" (J) Pr 3 1 29 Ct 2 2 6 9 ; nines nto i 9 32 9 ; also na D'B>|n Dn n 17 . t3. with name of city, land, or people, poet, personif. of that city or inhabi- tants, etc.: Jtaf~n3 Is i 8 io 31 16 1 62" Mi 1" 4 8.io..3 Je 4 n 62 . :3 Zp 3 » Zc a , 4 9 , ^ 9 „ Lft i6 2 ,. 4

s2 ; even p'HU *Jfl La 2' ; 'Jf '3 ntrin v»>» ; also 

'S-'3 n&WS 2 K i 9 21 =ls 37 s2 La 2 13 ; 'r'2 nptf Is 5 2 2 ; B&f** '3 2 K i9 2, =Is 37 K Mi 4 8 Zp 3 ' 4 Zc 9 9 La 2 131S ; cf. frTIf Zp 3 10 daughter of my dispersed ones; ~i'S"n3 ^45 13 ; ?33'3 Je5o 42 5i M f I37 8 ; ^?? ' 3 "i" 1 " 3 Is 47 1 ; v. further Zc 2 11 ; also of Tarshish Is 23 10 , Sidon v 12 (+ njiins), Dibon Je 48 18 ( + n3B*i^), Gallim Isio 30 ; Tbv rnWj-'S Lai 16 ; cf. TTffa PiZ n.S3D 2 2 ; »Brn3 daughter of my people Is 2 2 4 Je 4" 6 ,4M 8" 19 - 21 - 22 - 23 9 6 La3 48 4 3 - 810 , 'V '3 nJ>W| Je i4 17 ; D^VO _ n3 Je46 24 ; also 46 11 (+ n^V13), v 19 (+ Hjj*); DilK '3 La 4 2122 ; Dnf3 '3 Is 47 15 ; note BWJ PI33**1 Je 3 1 ^(ll^lf : n|?VI3 v 2, )49 4 ( = Aramon); on DnB>'N-na Ez 27 s v. sub D , ")? i N p. 81; less often in pi. D^J mi3 Ez 3 2 ,6 ; DTHK H '3 v 18 ( these perh.sub 1 i); D , n^ani33Ezi6 27 (inallegory); cf. also of Sodom, Samaria, Syria etc. Y«- 4i -'< i « M - 55.55.57.57 23 J 4- Tpl=villages, after name of city, ITrta-brK fafyn* Nu 2i a cf. v 32 32 42 (E) Jos !&**" (3Et)+y* © Di, 17" (6t.) v'«(J) = Ju i 27 - 27 - 27 - 27 1 ,»•» Je 49 2 + 17 t. Ch + 6 t. Ne ii 25 " 31 . On 1 Ch 18 1 & its variation from || 2 S 8 1 vid.WeDr. 5. in phrases denoting character, quality, etc., "13?. •'KVIS daughter of a strange god, i.e. idolatrous (woman or people) Mai 2 1 '; "IVljrns daughter of a troop, i.e. war- like city Mi 4 14 ; y&n nfa3 Ec 1 2 4 the daughters of song, i.e. songs, melodious notes; - > 5f!p3"na iSi'S. byiba sub nb. te. nay; n? = ostrich Lv 1 i 16 =Dt i 4 l5 ; pi. njy: ni33 Jb 3 o M Mi i 8 Is i3 21 34" 43 s0 Je 50 39 (v.'njy:)'; py-na ^^7 0/ </te «^e La 2 18 cf. Eth. -nit: 0A1: v. also |WH«. +7. fig. nin 'Fl^ n^isy^ Pr 30" two daugh- ters (i.e. Sh e '61 & the barren womb, cf. Comm.) t8. of vine = 6ra«c/t "WT^y nnyv ni33 Gu 49 s2 cf. Di & v. sub |3. t9. as n. relat. (all P), of age of woman njB> D'y^n-na Gni7 17 ; of ewe-lamb nnj^Tl? Lv 14 10 Nu 6 14 ; of she-goat id. Nu 1 5 s7 . Cf. f3 9.— 11. n3 v. sub nn3 p. 144. t D^TrQ n.pr.loc. (daughter of multi- tudes) appellation of populous city of Heshbon, sntf-ro 124 ti^C?Tl3 n.pr.f. (daughter of oathl cf. IQB^N) wife of Uriah 2 S 1 1 3 f 50 2 ; after- wards of David, & mother of Solomon 1 2 24 1 K ,n.u.i«4H 3 «..8.i.. jQcrna i K i 28 ; cf. also foil. tyiCJTlS n.pr.f. (?) (daughter of opu- lence V) — 1. wife of David, mother of Solomon, etc. 1 Ch 3'= in^Via q. v . ; We Klo JN^Tia cf. Be; but prob. text, error v. Dr on 2 S 1 1 3 . 2. wife of Judah 1 Ch 2 3 rvjjtfan 'B'-'a, RV Bath- shua but in || Gn 38 212 not a n.pr. (cf. v 2 ). TrPPS n.pr.f. (=-I**J J13 i.e. worshipper of Yaht cf. Ph. n.pr.f. ^nna) 1 Ch 4 18 wife of Mered of Judah, called njr]S~ri3. J7IQ 373 vb. build (MI, Nab. Eut No1 HJ3, Ph. p, Ar. U5, As. &mm2 COT G,OM - cf.Ba ZMai8S7MO , Sab. »» CIS 1,I ' I,oM , Aram. NJ3, |i», Palm. NJ3 Vog No:u )— Qal pf / 3 Dt 20 5 + > nrija p r i I4 i ; JTJ3 Dt 6 10 , nnja l Kg i ; rn3>i consec. Dt2o 20 -f; fW3 Ez 1 6 s5 ; W» 1 K8 1S + ; pi. «3 Gn ii 5 + , etc.; Impf ni2) Dt 25' + ; juss. |3^ Ezr nan

3 , njaS Jos 19 50 + 2 t., f3>l Gn 2 B + ; sf. *$$ 

Jb 20 19 ; 3 fs. |?rn I Ch 7 M Zc 9 3 ; H33S 2 S f + ; pi. «3? Is 65 s2 + , etc.; 7wn>. HJ3 Nu 23" + ; pi. OS Nu 3 2 24 + ; /«/ «6«- "i| i K8 13 ; cstr. niJ3 1 Ch 6 17 + , etc.; Pt. act. nj'3 (TOia) Gn 4 17 + ; cstr. nj'3^147 2 ; pi- O'Jta (D'Ja) ^4' + ; cstr. "33 iK5 M , etc.; pass. ^ Ct4 4 JU6 28 ; f. n;«3^i22 3 ; pi. D^3Ne7 4 ;— build, 1. (lit.) a. c. ace. (a) of city (Hex only JE) Gn 4 17 io" n 4 -* (+ tower) v 8 (all J & his sources); Ex 1" Nu 32 s4 Jos 24 13 (all E) Ju i 26 18 28 + 22 t. K Ch + Je 32 s1 V' 122 3 (pt. pass.) cf. Hb 2 12 ; of village p??n) Ne 1 2 K ; v. also sub rebuild, i. infr.; (/3) house Gn33 17 (J), elsewhere in Hex only Dt6 10 8 12 2O 23 22 8 28 30 ; also 285" iK 22 s9 1 Ch 14 1 2 Ch 2 2 Pr 24 s7 Am 5" Zp i 13 Is 65 21 Je35 7 - 9 cf. ZC5 11 ; as sign of security Ez 28 s6 cf. 1 1 3 ; of luxury Ec 2 4 cf. Je 22 14 ; of perma- nent residence 1 K 2* Je 2 9 628 ; esp. of temple

K3 1 5 32 6 2 + oft. SKChr; fig. of wisdom's house 

Pr 9 1 ; esp. build temple mn6 etc. 2 S 7 M 1 K 6' (= began to build) + 13I Chr+Is66'; * De6 etc. 2 S 7 13 1 K 5 ' 7 + 8 1. K, 13 t. Ch; ^Vpb W

Ch 20 8 ; Dp 'DE> nVnf> 1 K 8' 6 2 Ch 6 6 ; 0*6 

Op *Vp 1 K 9 3 ; obj. chambers, or stories 1 K 6 610 , court 6 M Ho 8" perh. of idol-temples ; cf. 1 K 16 s2 ; V 7 8M °f Yahweh's building his sanc- tuary, 147 2 Jerusalem, ^127' a house; also Am 9' his chambers in the heavens; of Sol.'s palace 1 K7'- 2 9 1 - ,0 +; (y) of a fortress 2 Chi 7 12

4 cf. of Tyre Zc 9 3 pto); (8) of wall 1 K 3 1 

Is6o 10 Ezi 3 10 2Ch 33 14 (cf. 27 s ) Ne 4 4 6' + ; («) gate 2 K 15 35 = 2 Ch 27 s ; (f) tower Is 5 2 2 Ch 26 9 - 10 2 7 4 cf. fig. Ct 8 9 & pt. pass. Ct 4 4 (in sim.); +(17) siege- works against (6j?) a city Dt 20 2 pto), Ec 9" (Q'Tto), 2 K 25'= Je 52 4 Ez 4 2 (all PJJ), & so (without ^>J?) EZ17 17 21 27 ; cf. ty rOS, abs. La 3 s (in fig.); (0) altar Gn2 2 l> 35 7 Ex 17 15 20 25 2 4 4 Nu 2 3 11429 (all E), Gn 26* Ex 3 2 5 (both J), Jos 22 11 + 6 1. Jos 22 (all P) Ju 6 s8 (pt. pass.) 2 1 4 + 6 1. K Ch ; oft. sq. mn6 etc. Gn 8 20 1 2" 1 3 18 (all J), Dt 2 7 s6 Jos 8 30 (E) Ju 6 24M + 8 t, S K Ch; + («) high places (TO3) iKn'if 2Ki7 9 2i 3 23 13 2 Ch 33 319 JeV 31 i9 5 3 2 35 ; cf. 33 Ez i6 24 - 31 (both || dm) & ncn v 25 ; +(«) f*? Ez39 16 ; also t(X) ftfif /lVj| Nu 32 16 (E);- t(/i) ra^ri #D 2K16 18 . tb. c. ace. of material Ex 20 25 (E) 1 K 6 M 18 32 15 22 = 2 Ch 16 6 Ez 27 s ; c. 3 of material i K 6 1516 15 17

Ch 16 6 ; cf. tc. npt6 vbxn-m fa;i Gn 2 s2 

and he ( Yahweh) fashioned the rib into a woman. id. abs. 2S5 9 1 K6' 6 Is 9" Je i 10 18 9 22 13 3i 28 Is 65 s2 + 12 t. Chr + Mai I 4 Ec 3 3 (opp. pa); also e. Pt. &ct.=builder 1 K8**+6t. Chr + Ez 27 4 ^ 1 18 22 1 27 1 . ff. c. indef. obj. 1 K 9 19 = 2 Ch 8 6 . tg. inn'D? I^bmJ Ae & M tft on the hill 1 K 16 24 . th. sq. 3 build at Zc 6 16 Ne 4 11 (cf. 3 I 2 b, p. 88). ii.=rebuild Jos6 26 1 K 16 34 ' Am 9 14 Is 45 13 + 6^ Ne 2 5 Dn 9 26 all of city; cf. phrase dViV niain n33Is58 ,2 6i 4 & Ez 36 s6 Mai i 4 Jb 3 14 ; of walls Mi 7" 2 Ch 32 s Ne 2 17 f*™ 6 6 V 5I 20 (act. of '-); of gate Ne 3 11314 ' 3 ; temple Zc 6 12 ' 3 Ezr i 3 ; altar 2 Ch 33 16 (Qr W- so Bo < Kt ]y, fr. pa, so Ot), Ezr3 2 ; high places 2K2i 3 =2 Ch 33 s ; in some of these apparently an idea of merely repair- ing; so, sts. with added notion of enlarging etc., city NU32 343738 (E) Jos 19 50 (P) JU21 23 2Ki 4 22 =2Ch26 2 , iChu 8 2 Ch8 2 n 6 cf. Mi 3 10 ; Mfflo 1 K g u 1 1 27 ; cf. house Jb 20 19 . 2. fig. a. build a house (JY3) = perpetuate and establish a family; subj. Leah & Rachel Eu 4 11 ; subj. a brother Dt 25 s ; subj. (promise to David) 1S2 36 2S7 27 1K11 38 iChi7 10 and 1 7 s5 ; (to Solomon) 1 K 1 1 38 ; cf. further "I" n?D Am 9" (rebuild, restore); = cause a household to flourish Pr 14 1 cf. opp. 27 18 ; also of estab- lishing David's throne i^89 6 . b. build up Israel (after exile) subj. » Je 24" 31 4 33' 42 10 cf. 45 4 & ifr 28*; obj. Zion f 102 17 . tWiph. Pf. njaj 1 k 3 2 6 7 , nrisa? Nu 13 22 Ne 7 1 , nroaji consec. Je 3o' 8 + 2 t.; 2 fs. n^jajj consec. Je3i 4 ;

pi. U3J Mai 3 16 ; O^f] consec. Je 12 16 Ez 3 6 33 ; 

7w;>/. na; Jb 1 2" +4 t.; 3fs. nian Nu 2i 27 + "oin

1.; 2 ms. ruan Jb 22 s3 , njat< Gm6 2 , ruato Gn 

30 s ; 3 fpl. nrjan Ez 36'°; 2 fpl. nraan i 8 44 ™ ; Inf. ntani) H g i» Zc8 9 , "iniana /k.6"; Pd. n333 iCh 22 19 ;— 1. a. be built, (lit.) of city Nu 13"; of temple i K 3 2 (" B$) 1 K 6 7 " (c. ace. mater.); Pt. = do be built (gerundive) iCh22 19 . b. be rebuilt: of city of Sihon Nu2i 27 cf. Is 25 s 44 26 , of wall of Jerusalem Ne 7 1 , of Jerusalem Je 3 o 18 3 1 4 - 38 Is 44 M cf. Dn 9 25 rm2: awn, & Ez 26" (c. TO*), of ruinous places (J^nn) Ez 36 1033 , of a devoted city Dt 13 17 "(c. "W), of temple Hg i 2 Zci 16 8 9 , indef. subj. Jbi2 14 . 2. a. (fig.) of restored exiles, = established Je 1 2 16 , of prosperous wicked Mai 3 15 , of repentant offender Jb 22 s3 . b. established, made perma- nent, subj. iDn f 8 9 3 (c. abv), subj. rva p r 2 4 3 (by wisdom), c. of childless wife, by means of concubine H3BD '"I33K Gn 16 2 30 3 I shall be built up, i.e. become the mother of a family, from or through her; cf. Qal 2 a. ■•2R3 v. ^3 infr. T ""1 3S n.pr.m. 1. head of a family that re- turned with Zerubbabel Ne 7 15 (="33 || Ezr 2 10 & perh. Ezr 10 34 cf. Sm L '"" n "; but BeEy prop, here ^33). 2. a Levite of Ezra's time Ezr 8 s3 Ne io 1 ' (prob.^33 8 7 , <?» 9 4 ) 12 8 cf. 3* OH, text. err. v 18 ) v. BeEy; also Ezr 2 40 =Ne 7* *J$ rd. perh. *K?|> cf. Sm L " tra16 but BeBy otherwise ; cf. further 'Gr GMCh -" 1! ' 38 '. 3. Israelites of Ezra's time, a. Ezr io 30 ; b. Ezr io 38 . T^ja n.pr.m. 1. one of David's heroes 2 S

36 Tfb "33 ( II 1 Ch 1 1 38 has TpT?, but v. Dr Sm ). 

2. Levites, a. 1 Ch 6 31 ; b. Ne 3 . i? cf. 8 7 (="«a io 10 ) o/- 4 (repeated prob. by error, cf. BeBy) v 5 io" 1 1 22 . On Ezr 2 40 =Ne 7 43 cf. Gr GMOh "- 2SS9 ; he reads 133 btVKTIp for *sb btfnip, taking <33 as n.pr., as 3 Ezr 5 26 KaS/urjXov km Bai/»ou. 3. a man of Judah 1 Ch 9 4 ( JO) ^3 Qr ( > Kt JEM3). 4. Ezr2 10 rd. ,! B3 c f. ||Ne7 15 . 5. heads of families of Isr. a. Ezr io 29 ; b. Ne io 15 ; c. Ezr io 34 but perh. rd. ^33 or 'ya cf. supr. 6. an Israelite Ezr io 38 . — ('33 as n.pr. Palm Vog NoS4 .) t^SS. n.pr.m. 1. Levites, a. Ne9 4 , but rd. perh. ^33 cf. BeBy & vid. io 10 12 8 Ezr 8 s5 ; b. "31a (J3) Ne 11* but rd. perh. "33 JO etc. cf. BeBy. 2. a chief of people Ne io 16 , perh. repetit. of ^3 v 15 cf. PeRy. tn^S n.f. structure, building EZ41 13 , cf. also £33.

/van 

t^n^aSl, PPI3 n.pr.m. {Yah hath built up, cf. i>t03Sab.Vw3 DHM 2 * 01883 ' 15 )— 1. one of David's captains and heroes, son of Jehoiada, IT33 2S8' 8 21 20 ' 22 t K I 9 ' ' 25 - 323638 - 44 2 25M - 3o - 30 - 34ai ' 46

4 1 Ch II 24 18" 27 56 cf. V s4 (v. Be); =,T33 2 8 

20 23 1 Ch 1 1 22 . 2. one of David's thirty, irP33 2S2 3 30 =iT33 iChn 31 27 14 . 3. a Simeonite, TO3 1 Ch 4 30 . 4. Levites, a. ffa 1 Ch 1 s 1820 - 24 ; b. (id.) 2 Ch 31 13 ; c. n>33 2 Ch 20 14 . 5. Is- raelites, rWS, a. Ezr io 25 ; b. v 30 ; c. v 35 ; ,d. v 43 ; e. Ezii u =WJ3 v l . Tp2!21 n.m. structure (loan-word = J*is> ace. to Lag BX206 ) applied a. to enclosing wall of Ezekiel's temple Ez 40 5 ; b. to rear-building of same 41***, but rd. prob. HJ33 q.v. ; so Sm Co; c. appar. to whole temple 42 110 (Co rds. HUH); cf. v s (del. Co);— Sm refers v 1 to en- closing wall, vid. a. T7SCIT n.pr.loc. (El causeth to build, cf. »», n33!)_l. town in Judah Jos 15" (®L 'Ia3>^X) = n3T (q.v.) 2 Ch 26"; =Gk. Iamnia, mod. YebnaBd 1 "* 1 161 . 2 . town inNaphtali Jos 1 9 s3 . Tn2^ n.pr.loc. (he causeth to build) a Philistine city 2 Ch 2 6 6 ®L 'IajSi^B fcwnp) cf. 'U h va6 ®L Jos 15 46 (A V<") =^3! 1, q.v.

1. ^ ,, ^' , n.pr.m. (Yah buildeth up, cf. 

VTO3) a Benjamite 1 Ch 9 s *® Bovaa/i, @L 'ufipaa. fn. TVSS n.pr.m. (id.; al. HJ33? but v. Baer's n.) a Benjamite 1 Ch 9 8b ® Bavata, but ®L 'If ovtov. t[rtnn] n.m. structure, cstr. ^JTmaoa Ez 40 2 like the structure of a city. t ^2i2"0 n.pr.m. one of David's heroes 2 S 23" rd! prob. *?3p ||i Ch 11 29 cf. Dr 8 ° t rMlH n.f. construction, pattern, figure — 'fl abs.'i Ch 28 19 ; cstr. Ex25 99 4- 14 1. + Ez8 10 (del. Co); < m , ?3Ti a K 16 10 , BTMan Ex 2 5 40 ;— 1. app. originally construction, structure, yet only P & late: " nsfl? IWan Jos 22 s8 ; cf.'f 144 12 in sim. byn 'n Drono rfna vntfay carved ace. to the construction of a palace, palace-fashion. 2. pattern, ace. to which anything is to be con- structed (P & late), of tabernacle Ex 25', uten- sils of tab. v 9 - 40 ; an altar 2 K 16 10 "W> W33F1 Vijlflp (disting. fr. IW^); temple 1 Ch 2 8" cf. v 12 ; chariot, i.e. cherubim 1 Ch 2 8 18 ; 'Wj ni3S<pn

Ch28 19 i.e. objects of which the pattern is 

given. 3. figure, image, Hex only D, of idols in form of animals Dt4 16171718 ' 8 ; elsewhere late Is44 13 Ez 8 10 (del. B Co) ^ 106 20 ; cf. TJ 'n Ez 8* io 8 i.e. something like a hand. tD3n

vn &}2. (assumed as vV D33K, Tbes Sta* 257 ). t033N a.[m.J girdle— 'n abs. Ex 28 4 + ; YJ>r2« Is22 21 ; cstr.Ex3 9 29 ; D'OJ.aK EX28 40 ;— girdle, of high priest Ex 2 8 4M $(f> Lv 8 7 16 4 ; of priests Ex 28 40 20 9 Lv 8 13 (all P); of high official Is 22 21 . — Josephus 1 " 72 dfiavrjd; cf. fur- ther Lag G "- Abh!l!l . Whl v. sub [|J3]. Tfc$l % 2!jl n.pr.m. a descendant of Jonathan iCh8 37 ' 9 43 . t n^lim n.pr.m. (1 in the secret of Yah) Israelite in Nehemiah's time Ne 3". T^pS. n.pr.m. head of a family of Nethinim, 'pa-'?? Ne f-='02-'2 Ezr 2 49 . ")D 3 (^ to ° early* A- T - J-A, of- Aram. rrypa half-rip:). t l^i n.m. l! 1 "' 5 unripe cr sour grapes coll. (NH id., Aram. ^1P13, )L'i«ii ; Ar.JJL> unripe dates) —IDS Is 1 8 5 + 3 1., Vipa Jb 1 ^-—unripe grapes Is 1 8 s Jb 1 5 s3 ; sour g. Je 3 1 2930 Ez 1 8 2 .

  • TtO (At. Ijo , Ijo Je remote, distant, Qpr

9 42 , JLjJ distant; Eth. (10.C: <o change, ^33 title, •flO*^: different, distinct, HO-Cr: another). "TV 21 subst. prop, separation, with a gen., in separation from, in usage a prep, away from, behind, about, on behalf of (Ar. jJo, of time, after) — abs. tCt 4 13 6 7 , elsewhere cstr. tya, with si. njp Ex 8 24 + , "3ip t^ 139"; liya Gn 2o 7 + ; i'ljB etc.; 1 pi. anya, tAm 9 10 unya ; D3-iya 1 s 7'+ ; BTp Lv 9 7 + ;— 1. lit. a. with vbs. of falling, letting down, leaning forward so as to look out, through (lit. away from) a window, etc. : Jos 2 15 and she let him down by a cord P?DlI ">y? away from the win- dow, i.e. out through it, 1 S 19' 2 2 S 20 21 2 K I 2 and A. fell naa^ri lya ut through the lattice ; Gn 26 s Ju S 28 out through the window HBP0 the looked forth (lit. leant forward), 2 S6 26 +; pregn. Jb 22 13 will he judge PB^J! "iy? (looking) ow< through the thick clouds ? Conversely Jo 2 9 ra through the windows they come (the locusts) as a thief, to. idiom, with vbs. of shutting, esp. "■y? Tp to shut behind or m^joji — whether one- self, Ju 9" and they entered the tower ^5D^_ D"15?3 and shut (the doors) upon themselves (sc. from the inside), 2 K 4 4UJB Is 26 20 ; or another, Gn 7" iiya "• -i:p>) and '» shut behind or upon him (sc. frcm the outside), i. e. shut him in, Ju

2 - 1 (the sf. in 1^3 referring to Eglon), 2 K 4* 

(but N.B. persons leaving a room shut the door rJIJB themselves Gn 19 6 2 S 13 1718 ): see also Ju'3 22 1 S i 6 norn nya "> nap ( c f. Gn2o 18 isy

"•¥?), Jb 9 7 ' n$?3 Bnn to seal wp, r 10 3* 

"^3 (T]pn) ?]ie» to make a hedge about, La 3 7 "■y? "HS to fence about. Somewhat peculiarly Am 9 10 (who say,) Evil will not draw near, or come in front Wiy? so as to be about us (but Gr «ny unto us), Jo 2 8 (of the locusts) ny3 VjjJ HpB'ri (prob.) m among the weapons they throw themselves (i.e. they pass about and between them without being injured or having their course impeded), 1 S 4 18 and Eli fell back- ward ty^Li T ^3, i.e. (si vera I.) about the side of the gate : but text dub. ; v. Dr. Without a vb. Jon 2 7 the earth, '"$3 n , n , "13 her bars were upon me (or about me) for ever, ^ 139' 1 night shall be the light about me, jr 3* thou 'Ija }JD art a shield about me. Hence c. after a vb. of protecting, tZc 12 8 in that day 3t?V nya " J£ DPtrn' will '< give protection about, etc. 2. metaph. on behalf of (yntp); very freq. after PJHjnriGn 20 7 Nu2i 7 1 S7 6 ^72 16 + ; also with other vbs. of entreating Ex 8 24 1 S 7 9 , or con- sulting {Vrn) Is8 19 2K22 13 Je2i 2 ; with "IB? atone Ex 32 30 Lv 9 7 1 1 611 + , HB-y (= offer) fEz 45 211 : see also 2 S io 12 12 16 Is'37 4 Je7 16 n 14 Ez 22 30 Pr 20 16 27" V 138 8 Jb 2 4 "n» iy? "liy (v.liy), 6 22 . Almost =for the sake of, on account of Pr 6 26 Je 1 1 14 (but ® @ 33 X and many MSS. Dnyn riy?, cf. v 12 15 11 ). Is 32 14 hill and watch- tower niiyo lya rrn are come to be on behalf of (i.e. take the place of, serve as) caves for ever : but use is singular, and ly? is prob. only dittogr. from lye in TinyD (so Gr). — With JO, 'j> nySO ( c f. 'f» ^ytSD, ') nrWD); fCt 4 13 6 7 thine eyes are doves 'HOBS? *iy3D from behind thy veil. Cf. on "iy? Gratz M ° n * Uschrl ' t - 1879 - 49ff - -[[J""^^!] vb. inquire, cause to swell or boil up (NH id.; Ar. ^Si seek, suppurate, swell; Aram. Nya, ]^L-> seek) — Qal Imp/. 3 fs. nyan 1364'; 2'mpl. jvyan is2i ,2 ; Imv. vya Is 2 1 12 ; — 1. of rising desire, seek, inquire, abs., of inquiring of prophet Is 21' 212 . 2. cause to boil up, B>N-'3ri D?0 Is 64 1 (but gloss Che). Niph. Pf. W33 Ob 6 searched out (|| ^Bm) ; Pt. ^J??? Is 30 13 swelling, swelling out (of decaying wall; Di swelling, enlarging, of crack in wall). liJO {cfuicM cf. Ar.jjo swiftness (of horse)). Tt^S n.pr.m. (quickness?) — 1. kinsman of Naomi, who married Ruth Eu 2 1 - 3 - 4 - 6 - 8 "ttyn

fao ,4.15.19.23 3 2.7 4 1.1.6.8.9.1 3) a]g0 y 21.21 , Ch jlMI (® B „ of; Hoof). 2. name of the left hand of two pillars set up before temple (cf. also p3} sub p3) I K 7 21 = 2Ch3 17 ; (mng. obscure; MT appar. ref. to 1, cf. 2l 2 Ch 3 17 ; Thes supposes name of architect or donor; Ev perh. sons of Solomon, etc.; rd. possibly ty? in strength, © 2CI13 1 ' iVxus; Th thinks Tya ]>y a sentence, one word being engraved on eacli pillar, he (God) establislwth in strength; against him, however, Ke Be; Ot thinks an exclamation, in strength! expressing satisfaction of architect ; Klo prop, for 1M, * TfiS ( c f. B 1 K 7 21 BaXaf)). t[^3] vb. kick (so NH, Aram. D$D, £^=>)— Qal Impf. BJf^J Dt 32 15 ; 2 mpl. «^J«  1 Sa2 29 ; — &k£ (only fig. of refractory Israel) Dt 3 2' 6 (abs.); kick at (c. ?) 1S2 19 . "ra Jb 30 24 v. t- t /}J 3 vb. marry, rule over (cf. Ar. Jjo = own., possess, esp. a wife or concubine ; Eth. rtOrt: to be rich, As. M/m, rule COT Gl0M , Aram. ?SJ3 take 2>ossession of wife or concubine — Qal Pf. Mal2" + 6t.; Impf. 7$£ Is 62"; Pi. sf. ^bp l s54 »; pass. f. r^Jffl l8 54»+ 3 t.;_l. marry Gn 20 3 (E) Dt 21 13 22 s2 24 1 Is 54 15 g 2 J.5.5 JJ a J 2 U . g q_ 3 Jg ^14 2 j32 og 7^.^ (J iusoam l^ over. 2. rw/,e ouer 1 Ch 4 s2 (sq. ?) Is 26 13 . Niph. Impf. by^Jjl Pr 30 23 Is 62 4 6e married. f 1. ,JQ ]c6 ii.m. owner, lord (Ph. i>jn; Palm, id. Aitsoand Vog 62 cf. Bae Bel72ff -; As. 6^ ,C D1 Ar. JJu husband etc., v. esp. No

- 174 , Sab. 7JD CIS" 1 - 2 ) — Gn 20 3 + 92 t. ; 

sf. "ho Ho 2 18 ; i^ya Dt 24 4 + 5 1. ; pi. B^a Ju 2"+'i7 t.; cstr. fe Gn i 4 ]3 + 27 t.; sf. 1^3 Ex2 I 29 +i4t.; n^V? Jb 3 i 39 +2t.; [n^SErt ji7.2o. — j j_ owner (oft. pi. c. sf. in sg. mng.) : of ox Ex 2 1 28 - 29 ' 29 22 10111314 (E); "tun 'a of pit Ex 2i 3436 (E), ofhouseEx 22 7 (E)Ju 19 2223 , debt Dt 15 2 , the land Jb 31 39 , the ass Is i 3 , goods Ec 5 10 , riches Ec 5 12 ; 31Q '3 one to whom good is due Pr3 27 , gain Pr I 19 ; ?3E> '3 one having under- standing Pr 1 6 s2 ; "intSVi '2 receiver of the gift Pr 1 7 8 . 2. husband Gn 20 3 Ex 2 i 322 (E) Dt 22 s2 2 4 4 2 S ii 26 Jo i 8 Pr 12 4 3I 11 - 23 - 28 Est i 1720 ; YV 3 Ho 2 18 (my 2?aaZ, reference to the divine name used in the northern kingdom, here fcr the first time forbidden). 3. citizens, inhabi- tants: !?ij3 of Jericho Jos 24" (E), of the high places of Arnon Nu 2 1 28 (E), of Shechem Ju 9 s + 1 2 t., of the tower of Shechem Ju 9 46,47 , of the city Ju 9 51 , of Gibeah Ju 20 5 , of Keilah I ! 1 tin . Gloss. ZHG

S 23" 12 , of Jabesh 2 S 2 1 13 . 4. rulers, 

lords: Eft} ?g3 Is 16 8 . 5. n. of relation: a. 788: mo^nn '3 dreamer Gn 37 19 (E); '3 D , i3T whosoever hath cases, complaints Ex 24 14 (K); ijrtp '3 an hairy man 2 K 1"; ncn 'a wrathful Na I 2 Pr 29 s2 ; f|K '3 one given to anger Pr 2 2 24 ; nosnn 'a one having wisdom Ec 7 12 ; rvne>D 'a destroyer Pr 18 9 ; spa '3 winged thing, bird Pr i' 7 Ec io 20 ; c'b3 'a one given to appetite Pr 23 s ; niOTD 'a mischievous person Pr 24 s ; )lB9n '3 charmer Ec 10"; J)BH '3 one given to wickedness Ec8 a ; nVB'D '3 double- edged Is 4 1 15 ; tiSBii '3 adversary Is 50 8 ; '3 mpS captain of the ward Je 37 13 ; D^lpn '3 two-horned Dn 8 620 . b. b}» : WT? '3 con- federates Gni4 13 ; D'Xn '3 archers Gn 49 s3 (poet.) ; D^BHBn '3 horsemen 2 S I 6 ; iljn3B> '3 conspirators Ne 6 18 ; niSDS '3 members of assem- blies; or well-grouped sayings; or collectors (of wise sentences) Ec 1 2 11 . — On 2 S 6 2 v. 11. n?J|3. (78? in Hex not J or P; b]}2 Lv 21 4 © i^miva - Jjfca Nu 4 20 : Di 73K3). Esp. II. lord, specif, as divine name, tBaal. 1. without arti- cle: 7J)3 niD3 Nu 22 41 (poet, Balaam); 11513 b$'J Nu 25" (E) Dt 4 3 (vid. below). This divine name is not used elsewhere in Hex. It prob- ably originated from the sense of divine owner- ship, rather than sovereignty (IIS 8 """ 92 ). It seems to have been used in Northern Israel = jns in the South. It was the special name of the God of the Canaanites, Philistines, etc., = Babylonian 73, cf. Schr 8K Wi - S86 "■ In later times scribes substituted JIB'S, in n.pr. (neaT = ?jj3"v, nwzunt = 'ftsthit, vid. nfe Gei 2 * 01862 - 728 '), & also in the text for ?l>3 Ho 9 10 Je 1 1 13 (hence f, fiaa Je 2 a f 1 1 1317 19 5 Ho 2 10 1 3 1 + ,Rom 1 1 4 , see Di"** 11 "" ""'»>• *""""• MBA i88i,jun.i6 Dr2g4 4^ 2. cart. ?n J u

£25.2 
13 6 

.31.32 , J£ j £31.32.32 j g 19.21.22.25.26.26.40 j Q 18 22 54 2 JZ. 1 ,18.19.19.20.21.21.21.22.23.23.23.25.26.27.27.28 j j 18.18 T ^16 I 2

Ch 23 

.17 IO

2 29 - 35 Ho 2 10 13 

,18.18 ,11 '" 21 Je2 8 7 9 n 13 - 17 Zp i 4 . 3. D^Jjan emphatic pi. (cf. Qini'Nn, D'jnNn) the great lord, the sovereign owner Ju 2" 3 7 S 33 io 610 1 S 7 4 1 2 10 1 K i8 18 2 Ch 17 3 24 7 28 2 33 3 34 4 Je 2 s3 9 13 Ho 2 1S19 1 1 2 (or local special Ba'als, vid. Dr SmpD0 ; pillars of Baal MV). 4. c. attrib.: nna ?JB Lord of covenant Ju 8 s3 9 4 (cf. nna bx 9 46 ; 'N«j zmg ' m - m ) ; 3131 '3 Lord of flies 2 K i***» Philistine god, © BaaX fivXav (Beelzebub, Jit 1 2 s4 ) cf. Bae Ee,2,s . ■fii. 7yH 1. n.pr.loc. city in the tribe of Simeon iCli4 33 =" 1 ??3 n?JJ3. 2. n.pr.m. a. a Reubenite 1 Ch 5 s ; b. a Gibeonite 1 Ch 8 30 g M . -U «W3 128 tl| 'jJO n.pr.loc. Jos ii 17 12 7 13 8 (D), where Baal was worshipped as Gad, god of fortune, a city in the n i'i? 3 of Lebanon, under Mt. Hermon ; either mod. B&ni&s, Gk. Paneas, NT Caesarea Philippi, where a grotto of Pan took the place of the ancient worship of Gad, Rob BBUL«o Tristr Tp,!m. orHds te yA Bd Pal297 Di; possibly =po-in b)12 cf. Thes Rob BB "'- 4 ° 9 .

  • pT2H T'rd n.pr.loc. (possessor of abun-

dance; or is '3 here n.pr. diviii. l) Ct 8". tpn 710 n.pr.m. (Baal is gracious,cL Ph. ^jnjn&(in As.) Baalhanunu) 1. king of Edom "CO Gn 3 6 a Chi 4 . a Gederite 1 Ch 27 s8 . t"Ti!jn 7SO n.pr.loc. (possessor of a court; or '3 n.pr. divin.?) city on the border of Ephraim and Benjamin 2 S 1 3 s3 , prob. = "livn Ne ii 33 ; ?mod. Tell'Asdr (with y) Rob BBIL264 doubtfully; cf. Survey" 298 (after de Saulcy). tp'S-in byS. n.pr.loc. Ju 3 3 1 Ch 5 s3 , a city so named as seat of the worship of Baal. 'The crest of Hermon is strewn with ruins and the foundations of a circular temple of large hewn stones,' Tristr Tpg , cf.on sacredness,Euseb. Lag """" 217 : possibly =1J bjn q.v. tp>'P Vyf n.pr.loc. Nu 32 s8 iChs 8 Ez 25 s = Tyo *?V2 JV3 Jos i3 I7 (cf. MI 30 )= Ma'inTristr M0.bS16 JJ^ral 192 g urve yEP176_ t-liyE *?J'£ n.pr.m.Nu25 3 - 6 Dt4 3 - 3 V106 28 B.og w ,Baal ofPeor(VB) i.e. worshipped at ">il>3 q.v.; or Baal-P. (whence Peor as n.pr.loc); cf. Di Nu 25 s Baud studlL233 Bae 8 " 114 - 210 . tD^inS ;V3. n.pr.loc. (possessor of breaches; or Baal ofPerasimf) where David de- feated Philist. 2 S 5 2020 1 Ch 1 4 1111 ; site unknown. t^D2 bvi. n.pr.loc. Ex 1 4 29 Nu 3 3 7 , near Red Sea in Egypt, prob. Mt.'Atdka, Eb GB6M . tn©W^? a -P r - l0C - 2 K 4 42 - P lace in Ephraim near Gilgal ; = Bai6<,a P icra6 Lag 0nom299 ' itoded.2w c jg m f r> Diospolis. (! '3 n.pr. divin.) tlftn vj?r n.pr.loc. (]>ossessor of palms; or .Baa?, of Tamar l) Ju 20 33 , near Gibeah. fi. [nS'2] n.f. 1. mistress, TV^n n^jia mistress of the house 1 K 1 7 17 . 2. n. rel. 31N '3 necromancer 1 S28 77 ; D^Sirs '3 sorceress, Na 3 4 . fn. nSy2 n.pr.loc. Jos is'-'""- 29 1 Ch 13 6 = i'ja nr>i? Jos 1 5 60 1 8 14 {city of Baal, from a high place of Baal there) = TTW bjB 2 S 6 2 (We Dr read?5)3; , added by dittogr.; so-called as seatof Baal-worship in Judah, in distinct, fr. like places elsewhere) = O^ Drip Jos 9 17 v. 1 5" I Ch 1 3" ; a city of Judah ; tKirjat el , J C^a6Rob BE "- I1 Tristr Tre . tn^ya n.pr.loc. Jos i^iK 9 18 2 Ch 8 6 , a city of Dan, possibly Bel'ain Survey"' 298 . t rrt7S*a n.pr.loc. pi. Jos 1 5 24 1 K4 16 , a city in the southof Judah, possibly the sameas ii.???. TISjI n^y^ n.pr.loc. (mistress of a welt)

ltamath Negeb Jos 19 8 , a city of Simeon[edit]

11. ?5?3 ; mod. Kurnub ace. to Tristr Tpe but dub. typby2 n.pr.m. (Baal knows) son of David 1 Ch 1 4 7 , the original name changed to JThd 2S5 16 (cf.WeDr). Trvbyil n.pr.m. (Yah is lord) one of David's heroes 1 Ch 1 2 s . T v3. n.pr.m. a chief Babylonian deity (Bab. Belu = ?JO, lord; Bel regarded as older form than I'SB by Hpt Hbrll78; BA8117 ) = Merodach (cf. "pin), tutelary god of Babylon (to be dis- tinguished from older Belu, one of ancient Babylonian triad) Je 50 2 (|| TP®) 51 44 ; Is 46' ( |p'33) — both writers of Babylonian period; — on Bel v. COT Gn ii 4 Ju 2 11 ; Say BolE " >10S ' U0 Jen Kosmologie 2*. 1S1, 907, 391 t"l-5Jtt)«Va n.pr.m. (Bel-sar-usur, Bel, protect the king COT Dn 5 1 ) Dn8'; represented as king of Babylon, successor, and appar. son of Nebuchadrezzar (5 1211 etc.); in cuneif. inscr. known only as prince, son of Nabonidus (last Shemitic king of Babylon), v. COT I.e. tD^yi n.pr.m. /Gr M °" ,,MOhr "*' 1885 71 rds. D^ya ; =Di>y-13 son ofdelightl cf. sub 3) king of Ammonites Je 40' 4 (Codd. & Jos Ant -' x - 9 ' 2 rd. D^y3). t]y2 v. ;y» *;y3 n*3 sub rra. Tt^SyS n.pr.m. (f^JV - ! 3 son of distress) — 1. name of two officers of Solomon, a. 1 K 4 12 ; b. v 16 . 2. father (ancestor) of an Israelite of Nehemiah's time Ne 3 4 cf. foil. t PI j"3 n.pr.m. (? id!) — 1. a Benjamite, one of the murderers of Ishbosheth 2 S 4 25 - 6 ' 9 . 2. father of one of David's heroes 2 S 23 29 =i Ch 1 1 30 . 3. head of a family of returning exiles Ezr2 2 =Ne7 7 ; perh. also=t"5» Ne 3 4 . 4. a chief of the people Ne io 28 . -j- I. I^J/^l] vb. burn, consume (31 "IJ?3 burn;

»v-» seek out, collect, (/lean; this apparently -ii»n

run earlier rang.) — Qal P/. 3 fs. rnjja Nu n 3 + 2 1., rnujH consec. Is 1 o 17 + 3 1., Vijja 'j u 1 5 14 + 2 1. + 2 S 22 13 (but cf. De on + 1 8), ri**jM consec. Is i 31 ; Imp/. TJ$ Ex 3 3 + 2 12 , etc.; Pt 1J?3 Ex 3 2 + 6 t., rn?a i s 34 «, rnyia Ho 7 4 , rnjja l s 30 s3 , n^|a Je 20 9 , rfhjja Ez i 13 ;— 6m«i, 1. (intr.) specif, begin to burn, be kindled yjr 1 8 8 sq. fO (subj. D vTO) = 2 S 2 2 9 (in v 13 text, error cf. supr.), + 106 18 (subj. B>K); fig. ^2 12 (subj. teK) cf. Je44 6 (subj. ncn); is 30 33 (c. a, S ubj. ** noefo), ^ 39 4 (subj. B>X fig. of grief, distress) cf. Je 20 9 . 2. Je burning, burn, Ju 15 14 (subj. CRC'B, c.

  • R*>), Ex 3 2 (njDn, c. B^B), v 3 (subj. id.}; Dt 4 11

5 20 9 15 (all subj. in, c. tft?3), c f. Is 34 9 (m»3 71D1), fig. of destruction Is I 31 (subj. jbri & *i7j|9)j of torch TB^ IS62 1 ; ofovenlWH Ho7 46 (i.e.neated by fire within it). 3. trans, burn, consume (subj. e>K, TOfb etc., sq. 3) Nun 13 ('*■ tirtt), Jb ■"(OTtS* tM«); in simile Ez i 33 f* E>K *fK), ^ 83 15 (only here trans, c. ace; should lyan be pointed as Pi.?); fig. (subj. wrath of ) Is 42 s5 cf. La 2 5 (subj. fire = fiery trial) Is 43*. 4. act. but abs., fig., subj. wrath of '» Je 4* 7 20 2 1 12 ^ 80/ 7 cf. Is 1 o 17 Vr 79 s Is 30 27 (iBK 1J?3 . . /* Dp) Mai 3 19 (xa DVn); of human anger Est 1 12 ; subj. wickedness Is 9 17 . Pi. Pf. 1?3 1 K 2 2 47 2 K 2 3 24 ,

  • fP consec. Lv 6 5 , rny? 2 Ch 1 9 3 , ^JRA Dt 1 3 s +

9 1. in Dt; Ti$n* con's. Ez 39 9 - 9 ( 9 » del. Co after Vrss), etc.; Impf. TJ3J 1 K 14 10 ; 2 ms. T&* Dt i', **$3* e z 39 io. 2 mpL riyar, Ex 3 . 3; rnjn«  subord.' Ju 20 13 ; Pt. &!&&} Je 7 18 ;— 1. kindle, lit. c. ace. e>K Ex 35 3 Je 7 18 cf. Ez 39 s (v. supr.) v 10 ; fig. of *> sending destruction Ez 21 4 cf. of human schemes Is 50 11 ; light, obj. lamps in temple 2 Ch 4 20 cf. 13". 2. burn, lit. c. ace. B*H Lv6 6 , tyi dung 1 K i 4 10 ; abs. Is 44" cf. 40' 6 Ne io 35 . 3. fig. consume, utterly remove, partic. of evil and guilt, c. ace, esp. in Deutero- nomic phrase $trfa>a) 1Ypa inn myai Dt 13 6 17 712 i9 1319 2 1 21 cf. v 9 22 21 - 22 - 24 24 7 , v. also Ju 20 13 ; further, 1K22" 2 K 23 s4 2 Ch 19 3 ; also of devoted (tabooed) things Dt 26 13 - 14 ; of persons (exterminate) 2 S 4 11 ; sq. *ins pregn.

K 14 10 21 21 ; = devour, devastate, greedily 

enjoy the fruits of, Is 3 14 ; abs. "^p W be for destruction, be destroyed Nu 24 s2 Is 5 s 6 13 ; cf. iy3 rjn is 4 4 . Pu. Pt. rn yao j e 3 6 a -,—bum (i.e. be supplied with fire), of fire-jar, n ^n. Hiph. Pf. 'n-iyarn Na 2 14 ; Impf. 15?3!1 Ju 15 s

Ch 28 s , -ijnVju 15 5 ; T^C Ez 5 2 ; Pt.f^O 

1 K 16 3 , * 1 V 3 ? > Ex 2 2 5 ; — 1. kindle (c. ace. cogn.) Ex 22 s , cf. Ju 15 s tmhi B>N '31 caused fire to burn among the brands. 2. burn up, c. ace. Ju 15' 2 Ch 2 8 3 (sacrifice of children #K3) Ez 5 2 (-KK3 but cf. Co) Na 2 U (|BT?3). 3. consume = destroy (cf. Pi.) 1 K 16 s (sq. 'TDK). '•"^J?? **•£ burning, only '3n a8 ace. cogn. with I'jnn Ex 2 2 5 . ' rny3.Fl n.pr.loc. in the wilderness (burn- ing, cf. Nu 1 1 3 ) Nu 1 1 3 Dt 9 3S . t ["Vya] n.J»i. El22 ' 4 beasts,cattle, coll. (NH id., Aram, id., L^>, Eth. -flO^'l.': etc., Sab. njn DHM™"*" "•*■■; Ar.^J of camel; also ass, etc., cf. Lane 227 *; connexion with above V obscure)— sf. rh'ya Ex 22 4 , «T?3 Nu 20 4 , B=?J>3 G n 45 17 > D TV? Nu 20 8 + 2 t.;— beasts of burden Gn 45 17 (i.e. asses 44 3 ' 13 ); elsewhere general, cattle Ex 22 4 Nu 20 4JU1 + 7s 48 . f II. ["$.'3] vb.denom. be brutish — Qal Impf. Vljn' J e io 8 (|| ^D3') Je «ft«pi<i, rfttZZ- hearted, unreceptive ; cf. Pt. pi. D'HJP ^ 94 s (|| Dv'D3); of inhuman, cruel, barbarous men Ez 2 1 36 . Nipt. P/ 1J)33 Je 1 o 14 5 1 17 , VlJjaJ Je io 21 ; Pt. rnya? Isig 11 ;— 6rt<<i«A,*<Mp'^isi9" (nsy, || Six); dull-hearted, ignorant of God Je io 1421 51 17 . Pi. Pf -1})31 consec. Ex 22 4 /eea*, graze ("inx m'BO). Hiph. 7mp/ ~>^3: Ex 2 2 4 cause to be grazed over, sq. !VW. Tiyan.m. brutishness (only poet.) — abs. '3 ^49" + 3 t., "lys Pr 12 1 ; — in combination, 'a^X brutish man ijr 92' (|| ?'D3); elsewhere '3 alone in same sense (concrete) V'49 11 (II id.), & as pred.=adj., ^ 73 22 Pr 12 1 30 2 . tfcOya n.pr.f. wife of a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 8 . T"lil'a n.pr.m. (a burning; X torch) — 1. father of Balaam Nu 22 s 31 8 Dt23 5 J0S13 22 2 4 9 Mi 6 5 ; 1V3 Nu 24 8U ('3 1J3). 2. father of ^3, a king of Edom Gn 36^= 1 Ch I 43 . tn^ya n.pr.m. (? = n;b^lO; soThes; cf. Dr 8ml " lu ) a Levite 1 Ch 6 a ;— cf. (*)rrt*>JjD sub rtb**. «tt?ya n.pr.m. a king of Israel 1 K rg» M '-" + i8 T t 1K15-16+21 22 2K9 9 2CI116 1 " 6 Je 41 9 .

tmnujya n.pr.ioc. (? = mnw n»3 = 

Aowse of Ashtoreth, cf. sub JV3) a Levitical city in Manasseh Jos 21 s7 ; =n < nn^J? 1 Ch 6 s6 t[J"l^Il] vb. fall upon, startle, terrify (Ar. i£»iS come or happen suddenly, NH n$)3 rmso Hiph. startle ; so Aram, rt$» Pa. fcoSa Aph.) — Hiph. (late prose) Pf nyaj'i Ch 21 30 , Tlffi Est f; "im Dn 8 17 ;— 6e terrified, abs. Dn 8"; c.

  • »0 1 Ch 21 30 Est 7 6 . Pi. (mostly poet.) P/

3 fs. sf. ^nrja Is 21 4 , Wffl*» 1 S 16"; 3 pi. sf. vuiga jbi8"; Impf 3fs. npan Jbi 3 11 ; sf. WJpf Jb9 M i3 sl , ^nvan Jb 3V; 2 ms. sf. ^nsnn jb 7 14 ; 3mpLrf. »JVl^3| ^i8 5 = ' , anp: V22 6 , innya^ Jb 3 5 i5 24 ;— 1." /aM upon iS i6 14IS (only here in prose); overwhelm Jb 3 s (cf. npi> v 6 ) 9 « i 3 » (|| by bsi ins) v» (cf. ||) 15 24 (|hpn)i8(|| r Bn) 3 3 i, (||^in3)Is2i 4 ;a«*at7 ^ i8 5 =2 S 22 5 . 2. terrify Jb 7 14 (|| nnn). "njny3 n.f. terror, dismay Je 8 1S =I4 U . f [DVYiyS J 11.111.pl. terrors, alarms, occa- sioned by God nibs vnj*? Jb6 4 (H^IPS); ^TO3^88 17 (||T3^n). ya v. pn. T^]! n.pr.m. Ne 10" one of the chiefs of AT- the people; Ezr 2 17 Ne 7 s3 '3 ^3 i.e. a family.

(*«>• *<«> <#> Eth. flRrt: 1. 2 ; Ar. 

J-Ij, appar. denom.) t^SS] n.m. onion (NH ^S3 or bs|, Ar. j^., Eth. (MUV: Aram. K^ftt, |J,)--&^|| Nu 11 s p^nn-nsi crnsaNn nw W&K n *? D'WB'n-nw 'srmxi).

7N 7>!£l n.pr.m. (in tlie shadow {protec- 

tion) of El; cf. cuneif. Sil-Bel, a king of Gaza, COT Jos 1 i 22 ) — 1. a skilled artisan of tribe of Judah Ex 31 2 35 30 36 12 37 1 3s 22 (all P) 1 Ch 2 20 2 Ch I s . 2. an Israelite Ezr io 30 . TjTI72j1 n.pr.m. (stripping) — head of Isr. fam. at return from exile; '3 _, 3a Ezr 2 62 =Ne 7 s4 Kt ; rvi>fn Ne 7" Qr. ff^O] vb. cut off, break off, gain by violence (so NH, Ar. iJL>, Eth. flR-0: Aram. VS3)— Qal Impf Vffi Jb2f, K%$ Jo 2"; Imv. sf. tftna DJJS3 Am 9'; 7n/. JJX3 Ez 22 s7 ; i^.psia Pr'15 27 Je6 13 ,yS3^io 3 +3t.;— cut off, break off(c. ace. capitals of pillars) Am 9 1 (but Lag Pro, • ,, • v, DyS3=Dyi3 Hb 3 ,i! m wra</t); so fig. Jb 27 s vihen Eloah culteth off, drawe.th out, his soul; obj. om. their course, i.e. stop Jo 2 8 (cf. Hi-St); usually gain, by violence or in gen. wrongfully Ez 22 s7 ; Pt. abs. ^io 3 = greedy getter, robber; & c. ace. cogn. VS3 Pr I 19 I5 17 Je6 13 8 u Hb2». Pi. Pf. 1TC3 La 2 17 ;

TJQ 

Impf VS3^ Is io 12 ; sf. *Wff> t Is 3 8 12 Jb 6 9 ; 2 fs. 4 y?3rn Ez'22 12 ; 3 fpl. njys3Tl Zc 4 9 ;— cut off, (dis)sever (i.e. from life) Jb6 9 cf. Is 10" (H^TO); = finish, complete Is io 12 Zc 4'; accomplish ( = carry out, fulfil) La 2 17 (obj. imDK); violently make gain of, obj. pers. Ez 22 12 (instr. pEty3), TJ?!J3. n.m. gain made by violence, unjust gain, profit— VS3 Gn 37 26 + 7 1. (cstr. Ju 5 19 + ); VS3 Exi8 21 +7t.; sf. 1W3 Je22 17 ; W* Je Si* 13 Ez2 2 13 ; iyS3 Is 56 11 57 17 ; DVX3 Ez 33 31 Mi 4 13 ; — gain made by violence (nearly = plunder) Ju 5 19 Mi4 13 ; more generally, unjust gain Ex i8 21 iS8 3 V'ii9 36 Pr28 16 Is33 15 56 11 57 17 Je22 17 51" Ez 22 13 33 31 ; as ace. cogn. c. VS3 Pr i 19 15 27 Je 6 13 8 10 Ez 2 2 s7 Hb 2 9 ; profit (with selfish sug- gestion) ,'3-no Gn 37 s6 Mai 3" cf. + 3 o 10 Jb 2 2 3 . tD^^E!, D^y^n, perh. n.pr.loc. in Naphtali : ' '3 p^K Jos 1 9 s3 Ju 4". Cf. D'jyv. t^S£3 ('°f- Ar. (J*? 6e jjaj, i.e. one soft, tender, impressible in body, etc.) tyi n.[m.] mire Je 38 s2 . Tn*£3.n.f. swamp, Jb8" as place where rushes grow, cf. 40 s1 ; 1HKS3 (Co Vni¥3l) pl.sf. Ez47"(||VX2? 1 ). T^JiS n.pr.loc. a rock by Michmash 1 S 1 4 4 ;— Boxrr/f Lag 0n< " I, • ■» 2nd « d - 2M . tpi;n vb. swell— Qal J / 3 fs. n$Jj» Dt8 4 ; 3 pi. ^P^3 Ne 9 21 ; — swell, or receive swellings, blisters* ot foot, Di Dt 8 4 , Py Ne 9". tp23. n.[ m.]„ dough— P*3 Exi2 39 4-4t.; sf. ipX3 Ex 12 34 ; — dough, not fermented Ex 1 2 s439 (E); no restriction ,2 S 1 3" Ho 7 4 Je 7 18 . tn,/!J3. n.pr.loc. (?cf. Ar. liJJ an elevated region covered with volcanic stones) city of Judah toward Philistines, rip^Q Jos 15 39 ; npya 2 K 22 1 (home of Josiah's mother). I ["^!J3 J vb. cut off, make inaccessible (esp. by fortifying), enclose (NHi'd., Aram.ISS, ♦-» (Pa. diminish, subtract), perh. cf. Ar. l*»j side, edge, !-<»j , etc., rough stone, il^i J>S land inwh.are sharp stones(cf. Lane)) — Qal/mp/^to? ^ 76 13 ; 2 ms. isan Lv25 5 Dt 24 21 , ITffll Ju 9 27 , nXOTl Lv 25"; A act. I?rt3 Je 6 9 , D ,; )S3 Je 49 9 Ob ' 6 ; pass. m. l«3 Zc 1 1 2 Kt (Qr ■**»). f. n")^3 Is 2" + 3 t. + Ez 2 1 26 v. infr.; pi. f. rfnttra Ez 3 6 3S , nhxa Nu i3 w + 14 1., niisa Dt i 28 Ne 9 s6 , rhsa Dt3 6 9'; — cm« off, grape-clusters, D'SJJ? Lv"25 6 , cf. v" (obj. -TO), Dt 24 21 JU9 27 (obj. TJD

in both, ma) ; hence Pt. act. grape-gathering, -gat/ierer Je6 9 49 9 Ob 5 ; fig. cut off (= take away) ^ 76 13 (obj. D»TM rm); most often Pt. pass, cut off, made inaccessible, De Is 2 15 = fortified, always f.; generally adj. c.T>y, D'ly; Nu^Dti^V J0S14 12 2S20 6 2Ki8 13 = Is 3 6' 2Ki9 25 = Is 3 7 26 2Chi7 2 i9 5 3 2 1 33 14 Ne 9 s5 Is 25 s 27 10 Ez 3 6 35 Ho 8 U Zp i 16 ; rarely c nmn Dt 28 s2 Is 2 15 Je 15 20 ; 'an -ijr Zc 1 1 2 (rd. Kt); once, subst. of secrets, mysteries (= unat- tainable things) Je33 3 ; — '3 Ez 21 25 © Sm Co naina, doubtless right. Miph. Impf. 1X3? be withheld Gn 1 1 6 (One), Jb 4 2 2 0BQ). Pi. /wp/. 3 fs. ">»?n Je 51 53 fortify; so irc/ "ixajj Is 22'°. ti. [*fiQ] n.[m.]precious ore (AW l05 Thes), > gold, ring -gold HofFm ZA1887 ' 48CHlob70 (AW Thes ore as that broken off; Hoffm comp. Ar. _piu ring, Heb. nnXSmcfoguj-e, Talm. trd finger- measure, etc. ; a -/n.ixa must then be assumed, =j^>)— n >l? Jb2 2 M (|p , BiX q.v.); Tl sa v 2S (Ih9?) possibly also *|D3 n.X3 ^68 31 for MT 'a^ina, c f. Che crltn - Ne JBL,ls91 ' 151 . < +n."W3 (fortress) — 1. n.pr.loc. city in Eeuben (MI nsa) Dt 4" Jos 20 8 i Ch 6 a . 2. n.pr.m. a descendant of Asher 1 Ch 7 37 . ti. •"TjSSl n.f. enclosure, i.e. (sheep-)fold, 'a fsx Mi *» fn. !T12B n.pr.loc. 1. city of Edom (for- tress; (v. Palm. n.pr.loc. K1X3 Vog 1 ' - 22 © /3o- <r{o)oppa; cf. Poo-op; Lag On<>m - Sacr)02 ' 2:(2 - 2l " Ie Zc 9 12 . tjTIJn n.f. dearth (cf. foil.), '3 n?B> J e 17 8 . TrPIfi n.f. dearth, destitution (i.e. dimi- nution, cf. J!.'©**p» PS 672 ; v. also vb. "0O X Pr 14 28 ;>eop/« reduced) — dearth (— mva) '3 niny f 9' io 1 ; pi. nn»3 J e 14 1 . t*V23 n.m. Lv285 vintage (cf. *«#) — "*$| Lv 26 6 +4 t. + Zc 11 2 Qr (but rd. "11X3 Kt); cstr. 1^3 Ju 8 2 ; sf. ?1T S3 3e^;— vintage, lit. Lv 26" Ju 8 2 Is 32 10 Je'48 32 ; in simile Is 24 13 Mi 7 1 ; Zc 1 1 2 rd. TIM (Kt) and cf. sub 1S3. flO? n.m. «•»•' fortification— 1S3D Nu 3 2 71 + 1 8 1. ; cstr. "N 3D Jos 1 9 s8 + 2 1. ; pi. DnX3D Nu 1 3 >' Dn 1 1 24 ; nnS3D Dn 1 1 15 ; ,_ !S3Q La 2 2 Dn n 39 ; sf. 1 ,- 3S3t? Ho io 14 + 2 t.; ipVat? N a 3 12 ; ^nV3Q v 14 Je48 18 ; V-1S30 ^ 89 41 La 2 s ; nnx3t? Is 34 13 ; Onnvai? 2 K 8 12 ;— fortification, esp. in phrase ('on) '6 (ny) Ty= fortified city Nu 32 1 " 6 Jos io 20 19 2935 1 S 6' 8 2 K 3" io 2 17 9 18" Je 4' 5 ,7 8 14 34 7 f 108" CD-vy=-ti3rDT]J^6o"), 2Ch 17 19 Dn 1 1 15 ('d in this connexion sing. exc. Je 5 17 & Dn 1 1 15 (nmao)); Je 1 18 fig. of prophet, so without "Vy Je 6 s7 ; fortress, stronghold, lit. with- out "vy etc. Nu 13" 2 K 8 12 Je 48 18 Is 17 s 25" (THDin 3JBT3 'D) 34" (llniDlK), La 2 26 (II td.) f8 9 41 Hoio 14 Am 5* Mis 10 Na3 1214 Hbi'» Dnu 24 - 39 ; sq.n.pr. 1ST '» 2 S 2 4 7 (cf. Jos I9 29 -is 'd -vy). p13p3, p^ip2 v. sub pp3. T"^j?2p3 n.pr.m. (form strange, mng. dub.) a Levite 1 Ch 9 15 . i"Pp2p3. v. sub pp3. J"7p^ (test, prove, cf. Aram. N£3). + r < liT'pjl n.pr.m. (proved of"') Levite, son of Hem an 1 Ch 2 5 4 ; son of Asaph (?) v 13 . tlp2 n.pr.m. (id!) — 1. a Danite chief Nu

s2 . 2. a descendant of Aaron 1 Ch 5 301 

6 31 Ezr 7 4 . t.I' p21 vb. cleave, break open or through (NH id., MI 15 mntWI ypiafrom break of dawn; Aram. yp3 ; cf. Eth. fl^O; profit, be useful, orig. findere, aperire, Di) — Qal Pf. yp3 yf, 78 13 , nvr?3 Is 34 15 , nypa Ne 9 n ^ 74 15 , nygai Ez 29'; Twtp/ VBgi Ju 1 5 19 Is 48 21 , iyp3»l 2 S 23 16 = 1 Ch n 18 , nWi??M 2Ch2i 17 ; Jmv. VW$p Ex 14 16 ; /«/■ flrtr.rf. MP 3 Am i 13 2 Ch 32 1 ; >«. oc«. 3?pi3 IS63 12 Ec io 9 , 5?p3 1^- 141 7 ; — 1. cleave, cleave open, sq. ace, Ju 15 19 God cleft open the hallow (tyPDBn), and water came out, cf. Is 48 21 (obj. TS), also ^ 74 15 bring forth by cleaving, obj. )jyO ?-^J, all three of divine operation; cleave or rip open pregnant women Am i 13 ; of a broken staff, tearing the shoulder Ez 29 7 (but rd. *)? hand for 'IDS, © S3 Sm(?) Co); cleave wood Ec io 9 (|| D»M« y/DD); of ploughing (furrowing) the earth ^ 141 7 (|| D.? 3 ; in sim.); esp. of dividing the sea, Ex 14 16 (P) Ne 9" ^ 78 13 , cf. Is 63 12 , obj. D^P ; — in all these subj. '< exc. Ex 1 4 16 where he commands Moses; of hatching out (a brood, but no obj. expr.) Is 34 15 , subj. tiSp arrow-snake. 2. break through or into, sq. 3 2 S23 I6 =i Ch ii 18 ; sq. ace. 2 Ch 2i 17 TO??!! '"I'7 V1,^ &&', also 32 1 , obj. suff. ref. to cities, V^N Dyp3b nON»1 and he thought to break into them and so bring them unto himself. k 2 ypa

pa- Niph. P/ Vp3J Jb 26" Zc i 4 4 (1 consec); WP3? Gn7" Is 35 e , WgJJ 2 Ch 25" Pr 3 30 ; 7m^/. yp3? Is 58 s , ypa? Jbpa»; 3 fs. Pgan is 59", Vgpfl Nu i6 s, + 3 t., Inf. cstr. yp3r6 Ez 30 16 ;— 1. be cleft, rent open, subj. the ground, rHOTXH Nu 16" (J), H? 1 ? iKi^hyperb.); mountain Zc 1 4*; burst open, of men hurled from rock 2 Ch 25"; of cloud beneath its weight of water Jb 26 s ; hyperb. of belly full of words seeking a vent, Jb32 19 like new wineskins it mil burst open; so of the water-receptacles (nwyD) of the great deep, at the flood Gn 7 " ; of the water- masses themselves, niDinn Pr 3 20 , D^rai CD 18 35"; also of the Red Sea, tTDn WP3?1 Ex 14"; of light breaking forth Is 58 s (fig.); of serpent's egg hatching out as a viper Is 59* n ?BK JJpan rn*»n. 2. be broken into, of city captured by breaches in walls 2 K 25 4 = Je 52', Ez 3o' 6 . Pi. Pf yi?3 2 K 1 5" Jb 28'°, V^ Ez 13", Wjj3 Is 59 5 ; Impf. »BJ V 78 ,s , PR*! Gn 22 s ; 3 fs. ypan Ez 13", Dypan Ho 13 8 ; 2 ms. "J?i53J?i Hb 3', yp? 2 K 8 12 ; a fpl. naygarn 2 K 2 s4 ; — cleave, cut to pieces, or re»w2 MWn (oft. more complete or more violent than Qal), sq. ace, of cleaving wood Gn 22 3 i.e. cut it up for burning, so 1 S6 14 ; of ripping open pregnant women 2K8" 1 5 16 ; of tearing in pieces children 2 K 2 s4 ; cf. also Ho 1 3" (fig.) ; of cleaving open rocks, to bring forth water ^ 78 15 (subj. God); of cutting mining-shafts Jb 28 10 '3 an* nhwa ; r%&BZQ n™} Hb 3 » into rivers thou cleavest {the) earth ; break through or down (a wall, but no obj. expr.), Ez 13 11 yjMfi rinyo rvn (but Co ypsn), cf. v 13 rrn "nyjpni 'flora nriyD ; of hatching eggs Is 59 5 ^iVBX «jpj <vp>.3 (fig.) Pu. impf. Wjja; Ho 1 4 1 ; P*. nggap Ez 26'°, D'V^D Jos 9 4 ; — be ripped open, of women Ho 14 1 (vb. of masc. form); rent, of old wine-skins J0S9 4 ; broken into, of a city in whose walls a breach has been made Ez 26 10 . Hiph. Impf. 1 pi. 8 f. nsypaji i 8 7*; inf. cstr. y'panb 2 K 3 M ; — break into, sq. sf. ref. to Judah, Is 7 6 y VS '331 let us break into it, lay it open, and so bring it unto ourselves (cf. Qal 2 Ch 32 1 ) ; break through (abs.) with sword, lTi?3np S'ln *|?fe> Bh|j ^»"^K 2 K 3 M . Hoph. P/ 3 fs. -i'yn .iypari Je 39 3 the city was broken into, entrance was made by a breach. Hithp. Pf. Wpann Jos 9 13 , Impf. WjpaTl? Mi i 4 ; — burst (themselves) open, of wine-skins Jos 9"; cleave asunder, of valleys Mil 4 . + J*£2 n.[ia.] fraction, half, i.e. half-shekel, a weight ; v^O yp3 Gn 24 s2 , cf. Hesychius in Lag G,,.Abh.i».i.i 8j3a)tal . 0>/ [Lag/fcW] /icrpovri; v. also yp| Ex 38 w (=^n rvsnp). tnypB n.f. valley (cleft), plain— abs. '3 Gn ii 2 +8 t. ; cstr. nyp3 Dt 34'+ 7 t.; pi. niyp3 Is 41 18 V' 104 8 ; titty Dt ii 11 ;— 1. valley (opp. T 1 mountain) Dt 8 7 n 11 cf. IS41 18 ; also 63 14 "HO nyj533 nona§ ; in creation-poem ^ 1 04 8 ttWfi rrv Dnn ^p. 2. jfefo (sts. valley- plain, broad valley)' Gn 1 1 ! ; also EZ3 2253 8 4 37 12 ('3n "JB^y) as level, opp. &02J1 Is40 4 (|| TlE*!?); elsewhere cstr., mostly with n.pr. Dt 34' VTV '3 (appos. i3?n), nsro 'a Jos 1 1 8 , fta^n "3 1 1 17 1 2 7 , hjl? '3 2 Ch 35 s2 cf. Zc 1 a", iJ'iK '3 Ne 6 2 ; 'JK"'3 Am i* plain of idolatry = Baalbek (Damascus, ace. to "Wetzst in De jM3TO2 ; © j»'8<ok *Qk). ^DTj?^ Ti??] n-[m-] fissure, breach, Am 6 11 Cyp?, into which the small house is to be smitten (|| BW)); Tft-fy »|*^ Is 22 s . fl. [PP^*] v1} - be luxuriant (Ar. JJ be profuse, abundant (v. esp. Conjj. 1. iv, Lane)) — Qal Pt. PP'3 luxuriant Ho io^fig. of Isr.as vine). fll. [PpS] vb. empty (cf. probably Ar. j>j make a gurgling noise, of a mug dipped in water, or emptied of water) — Qal Pf. 'np?* Je 19 7 , 1p?3 Na 2 s ; Pt. pjfa Is 24 1 , D'pp.3 Na 2 3 ; empty, lay waste land, ace, Is 24 1 Na 2 3 , also abs. v 3 ; fig. make void (obj. nxy) J e 1 g 7 . ITiph. Pf ngajj (cf. Ges »«•") Is 19 3 ; Impf. 3 fs. p^3H Is 24 s ; Inf. abs. P^n Is 24 s ; — be emptied (laid waste) Is 24 s P^R pta", of land (|| fan fa 1 ! 1 ) ; fig. of spirit, courage Is 19 3 . Po. Impf. 'Pi??' J e 5 1 2 empty out (devastate) land. Tp5jp2 n.[m.] flask (from gurgling sound of emptying, cf. Ar. illiu gurgling sound; also Syr. )-4 > "->< ga 5, cantfiarus, etc.) — abs. P3p3 Je 19 10 ; cstr. id. 1 K 14 3 Je 19 1 . T p%3pQ n.pr .m. head of a family of Ne- thinim ; 'a-'Ja Ezr 2 51 Ne 7 s3 . trrjJ^a n.pr.m. a Levite Ne 1 1 17 I2 92S . tpil^ n.pr.fl. (-/prob. pp3; so Thes after Simonis, Sam. Di) pa'(n) iayo Qn^ (where perhaps connected with p3K = p3X'); ' 3 ! 70? Dt2 37 , ^D|n 'a: Dt3 16 Josi2 5 , pa! Nu 21 24 (|| fi-]K, cf. Dt 3 16 Jos 12 2 ), P3>n J u n 13 - 22 (in both, || J1J1K); it empties into Jordan from East, in latitude of Shechem; called (southern) ■yn

boundary of Ammon Dt 3 16 , and (northern) of Amorites Jos 12 2 ; but some confusion (Di Nu 2 i 24 Dt 2 s7 );— mod. Wady Zerqa, Bd p * 1181 . t[~lpH] vb. inquire, seek (NH id., Aram. 1£3, r~-; alto Eth. fl«M: in deriv.; orig. divide, discern, cf. Ar. Jio slit, rip, split) — only Pi. Pf.

s. sf. O' 1 '?'!?' consec. EZ34 11 ; Impf. ">i?.3* Lv 

, 3 S6 27 33 ; -jg^ Ez 34 i2. j n f C gt r .-^ 2 K 16 15 + 2 t; — seek, look for, sq. ? Lv 13 36 ; seek (to distinguish) sq. SH? 31t3~| , a Lv. 27 s3 ; see& (in order to care for) sq. ace. |XV Ez 34" (|| BH"l) v 12 , fig. of" seeking his people; contemplate, sq. 3 )r 2 7 4 (|| 3 HTPI); consider, reflect, abs. Pr 20 25 B*TB "IHK i.e. whether the vows were wise, or should be kept (cf. Str ad loc. & reff.) ; cf. perh.

K 16 15 consider (what shall be done with the 

old altar); look at Klo, (so "lifOp 1 K 3 21 for 2nd 1J533), AV RV to inquire by, @ for praying ; perh. denoting some religious service to be performed by king himself, cf. esp. RS 8 ™ 1 - 467 . -?2. (f. (In 33. 10; Jbl,14cf.Dt32,H S17 - 29 ) cattle, herd, ox (Ar. 'pS, Aram. HTJIJB, K9"P> ]iai (cf. also Hom N8222fl ); name from ploughing, so Thes Lag BNM al.)- — abs. '3 Gn 12 16 + ; cstr. T?3 Nu 7 s8 ; sf. T!P3 Gn 45 10 + ; T)P T 3Ex20 24 Je5 17 ; iT» 1 Sn 7 ' 2 S 12 4 ; D31P.3 Dti'2 6 ; D^3 J e 3 24 + ; pi. °*1i?3 Am6 12 (ah rd'. D* "fO) 2 Ch'4 3 (but rd. U"ypB v.' II 1 K 7 M infr.); sf. enjjB Ne io 37 ; rd. nanpa for Damrn 1 S 8 16 ©We Dr; — 1. mostly coll. a. cattle, generic (never pi. in form) Gn 1 2 6 1 3* 20 14 2 1 27 24 s5 Lv I 2 Dt 8 13 I Sn 1 Ho 5 6 Jo i 18 1 Ch 27 2929 + oft. (frequently || |Nv) ; as grazing, 1 Ch 27 s9 + ; in sim. '33 Jb 40 15 Is 1 1 7 65 s5 ; as lowing (in 7ty 1 S 15 14 ; ">p,3 rtipD possession of (i.e. property in) cattle Gn 6 14 ' 47 17 (both J); '3 n-$ Jo i 18 herds of cattle; esp. TJS-ja son of cattle (i.e. be- longing to the "Ip3), to denote a single ox, calf, etc. ; as used for food Gn 1 8 7 cf. v 8 (J); — in these prob. = calf (v. also iSq" T*? »JM ^3); usually for sacrifice (Hex only P) Nu 15 89 ; '3H-|3 Lv i 5 ; appos. ^5> tLv 9 2 ;— cf. "ty r% tDt 21 3 1 S 16 2 Is 7";— mostly appos. 13 Ex 29> + 27t.; also pi. -pP3 ♦» D'-ia Nu 28 111927 29 1317 (on all these cf. J3); also indef. cattle, oxen, of a number not specified Nu 7 8788 (in both enumerated as D^B); 22 40 1 S I4 3S 15 s " I K I 9 7 29 - 29 (here of graven work) 8 s I Ch 1 2 40 2 Ch 5 6 18 2 Is 22 13 ^66 15 ; also as beasts of burden + 1 Ch 1 2 40 . b. a particular herd of cattle Gn 18 7 (J); cf. pi. WTSft, our herds, only Ne io 37 . . more individually, Aead of cattle, — yet alw. of more than one (Hex mostly P; pi. only Am 6 12 + a Ch 4 3 v. supr.); of two Nu 7 17 + 1 1 1. Nu 7 ; tcf. also '3 IDS yoke (pair) of oxen iSii' cf.v 7 , 1 K 19" cf. v 21 (ploughing, cf. v 19 ); also 2 S 6 8 =i Ch i 3 9 (drawingacart,cf.Nu7 3t iS6 7 '), 2 S 24 22 =iCh2i 33 , 2S24 M24 iKi 9 20 Am6 12 (pi.); 500 yoke of oxen Jb I 3 cf.v 14 ; 1000 yoke 42 ls ; further, of four Nu 7 7 ; five Ex 2 1 37 (nrw iWn); seven 2 Ch 2 9 ,a ( || DnB v 21 ); eight Nu 7"; ten 1 K 5 3 ; twelve Nu 7 3 (singly called ite) cf. v 6 ; of the twelve brazen bulls beneath the sea in Sol's temple 1 K 7 2S44 =2 Ch 4 41 ' cf. 2 K 16 17 2 Ch 4 3 (Dnp3 nW),' (but rd. in both D-ViJB, as H1K7 24 cf. BeOt) v 4 Je52 J0 ; of twenty 1 K5 3 ; seventy 2 Ch 2 9 32 ; hundreds or thousands 1 K 8 ra =2 Ch 7 5 , 2 Ch 15 11 29 s3 35 789 (cf.v 12 ), & N U3I 33-38.44 + Note -|p 3 n st?n Dt 32 14 (poem), o nis^ 2 S 1 7 29 , 'sn ^f 2 S 2 4 s2 1 K 1 9 21 , "rapp 'sn Ju 3 31 , '3n »j»ipx Ez. 4 16 (opp. D"iNn !£a). t"Vrta n.m.denoin. herdsman Am 7 1 of Amos himself, cf. D'lm "JTW **■ -1,-£ 2U n.m. E,1 °- 13 morning (NH id.; from spfc't, penetrate, as the dawn the darkness, light through cloud-rifts, etc.) — '3 Gni 6 +(alw. abs.) ; pi. D^S? Jb 7 18 + 4 t.; — 1. morning (of point of time, time at which, never during which, Eng. morning= forenoon): — a. of end of night (opp. nW) Ex io 13 (J) Lv 6 s (P) Ju 19 s5 Ru 3 1313 Is 2i 12 'cf. 1 S 19 11 (|hno, opp. nW>); opp. Tt&k f 92 3 ; also (opp. fty Ex 23 18 3 4 25 (both JE) Lv 19" (H) Dt 16 4 ; opp. niD^X Am 5 8 ; cf. further Gn 40 6 41 8 (both E) Ex 1 2 s2 34" (both JE) 1 S3 15 + - tb. implying the coming of dawn, and even daylight Gn 29^ (E) 44 3 (J) 1 K 3 21 (but Klo here for 2nd "ip.33, rds. tSf by looking at it v. T>3) Jb 24 17 38 12 (IpTO); 'Sn niJBi) Ex 14 27 (JE) at the turn of the morning, so Ju 19 26 (|pD#n n^P v 24 ; sq. "lisrpj?, as something later, v 26 ) ; vid. Ru 3 14 (||injn J"IK B*X t2* Dl"lt33 before men could re- cognise each other) ; cf. 1p3 ^"D Jb 38 7 stars of morning ; but also c. "rtK vb. Gn 44 s (J) TiK ipan; c. TIN noun, -p2rt niK3 Mi 2 1 ; & esp. ipan -iiK iy Ju 16 2 (opp. rb"b) so 1 S 14 s8 ; also 1 S 25 22 - 34 - 38 2 S 17 33 2 K 7 9 ; cf. 1 S 29 10 (|| B?^ "*Jp. tc. of coming of sun- rise Ju 9 ffl 2 S 23" 2 K 3 21 cf. 3-ijn '3 wto ^ 6,5 9 i.e. places of sunrise and sunset (H 1 " 1 ^? i. e. ends of earth), d. of beginning of day, nn$n$n '3? fB Ru 2 7 (cf. v 14 ) vid. 2824" (but ^pl

tipn deLTVe Dr) ; time of prayer, & praise ^ 5 44 (v. H u) 59 17 88" 92'; Honnv noon 1 K 18 28 Je 20"; of three hours of prayer, rjnnvi np31 31U V' 55 1 " (cf. Dn 6 10U ); cf. also c. S^f infr. e. opp. 3$ Gn 49 s7 (poen. in J) Ex 16 7 * 1 "* Lv 6" Nu 9 21 (all P) Dt 28 s767 2 S 1 1" 1 K 1 f Is 17" Zp 3 3 Ez 2 4 1818 33 M Dn 8 M V. 30 6 90 66 Ec 1 1 6 1 Ch 16 40 2 Ch 2 s 13" 31 s Ezr 3 3 Est 2 14 ; opp. D'3iyn p? Ex 29 s *'" Nu 28" (all P) ; esp. 3-iymy "tparrp = all day Ex 1 8 ls & (without art.) v 14 (both E) ; ■*3¥? "'P 30 Jh 4 a) =between morning and even- ing; also1p>~l? 2?JX>=all night, Ex 27 21 (P) Lv 24 s (H)Nu 9 21 & '3-1J? 31J?3 Nu 9 15 (both P) ; note also the formula Tt» W 3nj> W and evening came and then morning Gn 1 •****■■ (all P), i.e. the day ended with evening, and the night with morning ; peculiar is Dn 8' 4 of om. of daily sacrif. rftttt? vhf D^K lp'3 Vjf 1$, until 2300 evening-mornings,iprob.= 2300 half- days (Ew Hi Meinh Bev Dr 1 ^ 464 , cf. v 26 & 3 J. times (years) 7 s5 12" 17 ). f. oft. (above & elsewh.) c. prep. ( + art. exc. Jb 7 18 ); in the morning, Ip33 Gn 1 9 s7 + 1 lot., cf. also '3H nSl3 Ex 1 9 16 ; in (or at) the morning, '3? Am 4 4 + 7 1. ; for (against or 6y) the morning, '3? Ex 34 s cf. ■<//■ 130 6 (cf. Che crit. n.); nearly =until ("^5?) Ex 34 s Dt 1 6 4 Zp 3 3 ; further '33 '33 morning by morning, every morningf Ex 16 21 30 7 36 s Lv 6 5 (all P) 2 S 13 4 1 Ch 23 s0 2 Ch 13 11 Is 28 19 50 4 Ez 4 6 13 - ,4U Zp 3 s also '3^> '3^, same sense, ti Ch 9 s7 ; tpl. D'Hp?? every m. afresh ^73" Is 33 2 cf. La 3 s3 ; aim. = continually ^ 101 8 (cf. Je 2i 12 ); v. EHP,^ t Jb 7 18 (|| D'JW"!? every mo- ment) ; also without prep, or art. in the morn- ing H07 6 cf. i^5 4 ' 4 ^ 55 18 , d. supr.,& sub 2. g. fig. of bright joy after night of distress (poet.) Jb 11 17 ; cf. *3o 6 46" ('3 Hfc$) 49 15 59 17 90 14 143 8 . h. in phrases, '33 DB>n (D3E*»1 etc.) he rose early in the morning tGn 19 27 20 8 21 14 22 3 26 31 28 18 32 1 Ex8 16 9 13 24 4 34 4 NU14 40 Jos 3 1 6 12 7 16 8 10 (all JE) JU6 28 19 68 1 S i"» 5 4 cf. 15 12 , i7 2o 29 ,ol0 cf.v 11 , 2K3 22 I9 35 =ls 3 7 36 , 2 Ch 20 20 Jb I s Pr 27 14 Is 5"; (lap* etc.) Qp"l '33 tGn 24" Nu 22 1321 (all JE) Ju 19 27 20" 2 S 24" 1 K 3 2 '; '3H nnbB'K morning watch tEx 14 24 1 S n 11 . 2. morrow, next day (cf. Germ. Morgen, morgen) without art. Ex 16 19 ' 20 Lv 7" 22 30 (opp. wnn Qi»n) Nu 16' ( |pno v 716 ) cf. Ex i2 1010 Nu 9 ' 2 ; with art. Ex 16 2324 29"; '3^ EX34 25 Nu22 41 Zp3 3 ; '33 1 S9 19 (opp. Di>n to-day) cf. 20 s4 ; to-morrow morning '3n Ju 6 3 ' (Stu); '33 Ex 7" Jos 7 14 Est 5 14 ; definitely ninsp '33 1 S 5 4 ; '3HO 2 S 2"; adverb, use in this sense (without prep, or art.) Ex 16 7 Nu 16 s . t [rn;?2] n.f. verbal, a seeking, nyi ni|333 i"l*l« Ez 34 12 /?'£« a shepherd's seeking his flock. TrnpS n.f. punishment after examination (inquisition) Lv 1 9 20 ; (scourging 93 AV after Jewish trad. Kerith 11 * Sifra Saad. AE Ki cf. Malbim Blfr * Jastrow D,ct - 165 .) t[ttfj?3]«4 ▼*• seek (Ph. &'P3)— Pi. Pf. ^i53Dti3" T + i5t.; nu>>2 Ec 7 " Est 2 16 ; s£DO0j? Ho 2 9 ; Vntfgact 3 '- 2 cf. 5 6 ; W»£? Ezr2 62 + 12 t.; 8 f. wpa Is 65' + 2 1; Impf.'vm*. Jos 22 s3 + 37 fc; "B^ Pr i5 14 + 2 t.; nB»p3X ^i22 9 + 3 1., sf. V^py iS 23"+ 7 1.; 1^ i's i6 16 + 23 t.; Imv. B*g3 1 S 9 3 + 3 t.; 1^3 1 S 28 7 + 8 t.; /n/ K^ab 1 S io s + 2 9 t.; Pt. t?g30 Gn 37" + 2 3 t.; pi. Q^p30 Exio u + 38t.;— 1. seek to find: a. abs. Ju 6 s9 2 K 2 17 Je 5 1 Ez 34 s Ec 3" 8 17 (yet v. Ew). b. ace. Gn 37 1616 Jos 2 M (J) Ju 4 22 14 4 1 S9 3 io 2l4 - 21 i6 16 1 S 23 1425 2 4 3 26 2 2 7 M +26 20 obj. a flea, but rd. "K*?? ® Th We Kirkp Klo Dr; 2 S 17 320 1 K i 3 2 40 i'8 ,0 2 K 2 ,6 6 19 1 Ch 4 s9 2 Ch 22 9 Ezr 2 62 ( = Ne 7 H ) Ne 12 27 37 25 - 36 ii9 176 Pr2 4 2i 6 23 35 7 28 Ct3 1I - 2 - 2 5 li 6 1 Is4i 1217 Je 2 2433 La i 11 Ez 7* 22 30 34 416 Ho 2 9 Na 3 11 Zc ii 16 Mai 2 15 . c. with P Jb io 6 . d. ace. rei i> pers. Ju 18' 1 S 13 14 28 7 iKi'En 3 1 Est 2 2 ijr 122 9 Is 4O 20 La i 19 Na 3'. 2. seek to secure: a. ace. the priesthood Nu 16 10 (P); David for king 2 S3 17 ; in battle 2 S 5 17 (=1 Ch 14 8 ); ifr 2 7 4 Je 45 s (cf. v 5 ) ; B>DJ B>p3 seek to take one's life Ex 4 19 (J) 1 S 20 1 22 2323 23 15 25 29 2 S 4 8 16" 1 K 1 9 1014 f 35 4 38 13 40 ,s 54 s 63'° 70 3 86 14 Pr 29 10 Je4 30 i i 21 19 7 ' 9 2i 7 22 26 34 20!!1 3 8 16 44 30 - 30 4 6 26 49 37 . b. aim at, practise : n$TI Wpl seek hurt of Nu 35 s3 (P)i S2 4 10 25 26 (^)i K 2 o 7 V'7i 13 - 24 Est9 2 ; 3t3 '3 + 4 3 cf. Pr 1 7 11 , -B> Pr 1 7 19 , pri Pr 1 1 27 , H31W Ne 2 10 , ramvt Je 5 1 , pnv, nuy Zp 2 3 - 3 01^^34", no»i Pr i 4 6 Ec 7 25 , rw>a Dn 8 16 , nyn Pr 15 14 18 15 , mm Mai 2 7 , nans Pr 17 9 , mun 18 1 (? of dir. obj.), mSMffrl Ec 7 s9 . o. /«/ Ex 4 s4 (J) Je 26 2 '. d. ? & /»/ Gn 43 30 Ex 2 15 10" (JE) Dt 13"

S 14 4 19" 23 10 2 S 20 19 2 1 3 i K n 22 - 40 Est 

2 21 3 6 6 2 ^ S7 22 Ec 12 10 Zc 6 7 12*. 3. seek the face a. of rulers 1 K io 24 ( = 2 Ch 9 s3 ) Pr 29 26 . b. 0/ ^orf (from resorting to sacred places) Ho 5 16 1 Ch 16" (=f 105 4 ) 2 Ch 7 14

S 2 1 1 + 24 s 27 s - 8 ; without "3? c. nirv Dt 4 s9 

Zp i 6 2 3 Ho 3 6 5 6 Ex 33 7 (J) 1 Ch i6 10 (=f 105 3 ) 2Chn 16 2o 4 Is5i , Pr28 5 Zc8 21 - 22 Je5o 4 ; tpnbt* 2 S 12", cf. Ez 8 s2 Is 45" 65 1 2 Ch 15 416 Ho 7 10 Je 29 13 Mai 3 1 V 4° 17 7° 5 W Dn 9 s ; '"> n3T ntfpn

TO Am 8 12 ; four + 83". d. sq. Inf. c. p, of resort to wizards, but obj. not expr. Lv 19 34 (H). 4. desire, demand: a. ace. 1 Ch2i 3 . b. ace. rei |t? pers. Ez 7 26 Dn i 20 . 5. a. require, exact, ace. rei TJI? pers. Is i 12 ; fD pers. Ne 5 12 , ace. rei v 18 . b. exact equivalent or penalty for, ace. rei, TO pers. Gn 31 39 43 s (JE) 1 S 20 16 2 S 4" EZ3 1820 33 8 , cf. ehl; no obj. expr. Jos 22 s3 (P). 6. (late) ask, request, ace. rei Est2 15 ; ?5? rei Ne 2 4 ; ^5? rei ft? pers. Est f Ezr 8 ffl ; i>$? rei ^J? pers. Est 4 8 ; ace. rei ft? pers. Dn i 8 (obj. el. c. "»Bta), ty 1 04 21 ; ft? pers. 2 Ch 20 4 . Pu. 7mp/. Bfe? Je 5er*,^l Est 2 s3 ; «0p3Pj Ez 26 21 6e «om S /i<. t [ntTj?2l] n.m. request, entreaty, "He^S Est5 78 7 3 ; T]nB*i33; Est5 3 9 12 ; ^3 Ezr 7 s . +1. "13. n.m. son (Aram. "13, Syr. jjs) only in late Heb. of Pr 31 22 (both cstr.), v 2 sf. "13 ; 13 lpSO ^ 2 12 kiss the son, 3 prf <m his bonds (cf. v 3 ) so Kmp Che 0PS81 . . IS corn, in. 12 pure, ™fl, 1, n. ">3, v. TO. tl. N H3 53 vb. shape, create (cf. Ar. ijy, form, fashion by cutting, shape out, pare a reed for writing, a slick for an arrow, but also KJ, create; Ph. Xilil CIS '• M7 incisor, a trade in- volving cuttings As. bard, make, create, COT Gic & Hpt KAT 2Gi«»i but dub . g ab ^2 found , build, DHM ZMG1883tt3 , synon. .133; Ba 2 *- 1888 ' 58 , comp. As. band, create, beget, with change of liquid; Aram. «"}3, J £2,, create) — Qal Pf. Gn i'+io. t.; /«$£ K}£ Gn i 2127 Nu 16 30 ; Inf.

  • 03 Gn5'; J**p. 103 V51 12 ; Pt. *t& Is 42 s

+ iot.; sf. 1^13 Is 43 1 ; T«lia Ec 1 2 1 ;— shape, fashion,create, alwaysof divine activity, with ace. rei, seldom except in P and Is 2 . 1. obj. heaven and earth Gn i 1 2 3 (P) Is 45 1818 ; mankind Gn ,57.57.27 gl.J(p) 6 7(J) Dt 4 32 ^ g 9 48 J g ^H. the host of heaven Is 40 26 ; heavens Is 42 s ; ends of the earth Is 40" 8 ; north and south i/'So 13 ; wind Am 4 13 ; the D^Jn Gn i 21 (P). 2. the individual man Mai 2 10 (|| father) Ec 12 1 ; the smith and the waster Is 54 1616 ; Israel as a nation Is 43 16 ; Jacob Is 43 1 ; the seed of Israel Is 4 3 7 . 3. new conditions and circumstances : righteousness and salvation Is 45 s ; darkness and evil Is 45"; fruit of the lips Is 57"; a new thing '"lean (a woman encompassing a man) Je 31 22 ; HK^S (swallowing up the Korahites) Nu i6 M (J); cloud and flame over Zion Is 4'. 4. of trans- formations : a clean heart ijr 5 1 12 (|| eNl); new heaven and earth Is 65 17 (in place of old); transformation of nature IS41 20 ; with double ace. np'J DPBTV snu transform Jerusalem into rejoicing Is 65 18 . Niph. Pf. 2 fs. 0N13? Ez 21 35 ; 3 pi. ^33 Ex 34 10 + 2 t.; Impf. fifTf. + 104 30 ; Inf. sf. 1«12n Ez 28 13 ; TftOBn Ez 2*8"; DK-]3n Gn 2 4 5 2 ; Pt. N"}33 + 102 19 ;— Pass. 1. be created: heaven and earth Gn 2 4 (P); creatures i^io^ 30 ; mankind Gn5 2 (P); heavens V' I 4 8 '- 2. with reference to birth: HX133 leta DlpB3 in the place where thou wast created (i.e. native land) EZ2I 35 ; "]trn DV day when thou wast created (king of Tyre) Ez 28 1315 (cf. ym'y DWl ^ 2 7 ); trja? ny ^ I02 19 (|| ibi: ny + 22 s2 ). 3. of something new, astonishing : miracles Ex 34 10 (J); new things, niK^n Is 48 s . Pi. Pf. riXIS Jos I7 1S ; tiHTffl Jos 17 18 ; Inf. abs. tOS Ez 2 1 24 - 24 23 47 ; — 1. cut down: a forest Jos i7 1518 (J); antainsjnniK trail Ez2 3 47 . 2. cut out: T, hand, as an index Ez 21 2424 . TrWHS n.f. a creation, thing created, as preternatural, unparalleled; ace. cogn. '3~DK "■ trn; Nu 16 30 , cf. JOS Qal 3, Miph. 3. t iTfcOSl n.pr.ni. ('< hath created) a Ben- jamite 1 Ch 8 21 . tii. [^1^1 ▼*• be fet ( Ar - 4h &« /»•««  of a thing, sound, healthy; v. KID) — Hiph. /n/ 1 . DaK^Sn? 1 S 2 W to make yourselves fat. ttrnjl adj. fat— ^73 4 Ju 3 17 ; pi. own? 1 K 5 3 ; cstr.TISDn i 15 ; f. HKns Hb i w + 2t.+ EZ34 20 nns; Hi 01 !m * nn3, <«rU; pi. niX"13 Gn 4i 6 + 3t.; nKn3Gn4i";— fat, cattle ipa Gn 4I «^7-»« (E) 1 K 5 3 ; sheep Ez 34 320 Zc ii 16 ; food Hb i 16 ; 'z B«N fat man JU3 17 ; I'^l *n3 Dn i 15 ; D^IN '3 </tet> body fat ijr 73 4 . P*?^ T^Q n.pr.m. v. sub TfBp. ^Nia v. ^sna nu sub n*3. D" , "£T)21 v. sub ni3.

  • y"^^J (cf. Ar. S^j 6e or become cold).

tT»3 n.m. El9 - 18 hail (Ar. ^S, Aram. T)3, 'rJ>; aL Sab. ffTO, coM DHM **»*»«)_ TJ3 Ex 9 W + 28 1.;— Aat7, c. * Tt2»n Exp' 823 , c."' jna 9"; also Exg"- 22 " 25 - 3526 io 612 - 15 ; ||nVp <A«nder Ex 9 23 - 28 »- 33 , || nVp & 1BO Ex 9", || eta lightning 9 s4 ; all JE, Egypt, plague; cf. ifr 78 47 - 48 105 32 ; another great hailstorm Jos 10" (E), where '3? "P.aK; further, in theoph. f i8 13 (|| e'X'^ru) 2 S 22 13 om. by error; del. however TQ

rina in ^18" cf. De Che etc.; '3 nn*1K Jb 38", nwpi ate '31 eta ^ 148 8 , '31 ppr Hg 2 17 ; b sim. Is 28 s -lye* '3 BTrt; fig. Is 28 17 30 s0 ('3 |3S) — fig. of judgment of t~TO vb.denom. haU, Tfijn rn?? TOI consec. Is 32" r'< s/wW /wi7. T["V13] adj. spotted, marked (as if sprin- kled with hail? soKicf.Lag BN29 ; Syr. JJU, i.e. grandinatus, grele, PS), mpl. of sheep & goats D'TOI Dnpa D^pg Gn 31' 012 ; horses Zc 6 3 - 6 . t TCI 1 . n.pr.loc. "HS Gn 1 6" near Kadesh. v V K VAT . n.pr.m. "H3 an Ephraimite 1 Ch 7 20 . tl. HIS vb. eat (As.-iard & deriv. Zim BPS1 )— Qaliy. 2S12"; /»»;>/ rrGK 2 S is 810 eat irearf (D3p~V13 1 S 1 7 8 scribal error for yiro 133^ 1 K iS^Dr 8 "" 07 ). Pi. Inf. rfna La 4'° for devouring. Hiph. Impf. l '?13FI 2 S 1 3 s ; Inf. J"IV13np 2 S 3 35 cause to eat bread. trP-Q n.f. food 2 S 13 5710 ; Ez 34 20 v. «na. t [j"Vn3] n.f. food; 'nrns ,/, 60 22 m (or a*) «iy food. II. 7T13 (cf- As. hard,, bind, whence birttu, fetter Zim BPMfB , & treaty, covenant D1 K7 ). jTP"G ^ n.f. covenant (|| Aram. B$, 8m- tfijici;; constitutio) — '3 Gn o 13 + 199 1.; sf. W")3 Gn6 18 + 5 ot.; ^nn3Dt 3 3 9 ; n3^ 44 >8 + lit.'; nsrina i 82 8>»; -inna Ezi6 61 ; inn3Ex2 24 +

t.; — pact, compact, covenant. X. between 

men. 1. treaty, alliance, league: Abraham and Amorites Gn 14"; Edom and its allies Ob 7 ; with Philistines Gn2i 2732 (E) 26 s8 (J); Jacob and Laban Gn 3i M (J); Joshua and Gibeonites Jos 9"" 1516 (J); Israel and Canaanites EX23 32 34 1!15 (JE) Dt f Ju 2 2 ; Ammonites and Jabesh 1 S 11 1 ; Solomon and Hiram 1 K 5 s6 ; Ahab and Benhadad 1 K 20 34 ; Syria and Israel 1 K 15"= 2 Ch 16 3 ; Nebuchadnezzar and Zede- kiah Ezi7 13 " 19 ; nations against Israel ^83 6 ; nations with EgyptEz 30 6 ; Ephraim and Assyria Ho 12 2 ; Judah and Israel Ez 16"; Judah and Tyre Ami"; Assyria and Judah Is 33 s ; JTn3T33 a prince in league (with him) Dn 1 i 22 (so He Ew ; Hi Meinh Bev ref. to h. p. Onias III, & translate prince ofcov't, cf. AV RV); fig., with death Is 28' 618 ; with stones of the field Jb 5™. 2. constitution, ordinance, between monarch and subjects : David and Abner 2 S 3****; David and the elders of Israel 2 S5 3 =iChn a ; Zede- kiah and his people Je 34 8 " 18 ; hostile prince and Israelites Dn 9 s7 . 3. agreement, pledge: Jehoiada and captains 2 K n'= 2 Ch 23 1 ; with oneself Jb 31 1 ; with Leviathan to be a servant Jb 40 28 ; between man and man Ho 10 4 cf. TV-O hv3 Ju S 33 9 4 =nn3 bx Ju 9 46 . 4. al- liance of friendship between David and Jona- than 1 S 18 3 20 8 2 3 18 cf. ^ 55 21 . 5. alliance of marriage Pr 2 17 Mai 2". — In all cases ma ma is the technical phrase for making covenant except Je 34 10 nn33 1N3; Dn 9 s7 *? nna TOM. Various preps, are used, most oft. ? Ex 2^+ , butalsoDVGn26 28 +,n8 2 S3 12 - r ,'p3 2 Chi6 3 . XI. between God and man. 1. alliance of friendship (|| *liD) yj, 25 14 . 2. covenant, as a divine constitution or ordinance with signs or pledges (vid. nSti). a. with Noah Gn 9 9 - 17 (P) Is54 10 Je33 20S5 ; a divine promise that there would be no other deluge, b. with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob Gn i5 18 (J) 17 2 - 21 Ex 2 24 6 4 ' 5 Lv 26 42 (P) 2 K 13 23 1 Ch 16"=^ 105 810 , Ne 9 8 Je 34 18 ; a promise to multiply their seed, give them the land of Canaan, and make them a blessing to the nations, c. with Israel at Sinai=Horeb, with a covenant sacrifice EX19 5 2 4 78 (E) 34 ,0 - 27 - 29 (J) 3 i 16 Lv2 13 (P) 24 s 26 91525 - 44 - 45 (H) Dt 4 13 ; renewed in plains of Moab Dt 28 s9 ; with blessings and curses Dt 29 20 ; frequently referred to in other books 2 Ch 34 32 i/<- 25 10 44 > 8 50 516 74 20 78 1037 103 18 106 45 in 6 - 9 Is 56" Je i 2 - 3 - 6810 i 4 21 22 9 31 32 Ez i6 8Ma) 44 7 Dn 9 4 „ 28.30.32 Ho 6 ? 8 i Zc 9 n ! !io. a dlvine constitu . tion given to Israel with promises on condition of obedience and penalties for disobedience, in the form of tables of the covenant Dt 9 911 - 16 , in- scribed with theten words, placed in('<)jVO (TIN the ark of the covenant Nu io 33 +40 t. (vid. piN; in 1 S 4 3 - 4 " om. m3 after }ViN ® We Dr); set forth in TVQn n3T words of the cove- nant Ex 34 s8 (J) Dt 28 s9 29 s 2 K 2 3 3 ( = 2 Ch 34 31 ) Je 11 2 " 8 ; written in m3n 1BD the book of the covenant Ex 24 7 (E, cf. 34" J) 2 K 23 221 (cf. 2 Ch 34 30 ). d. with Phinehas Nu 25 1 '--' 3 (P), a constitution, establishing an everlasting priesthood in his line ; cf. D'oron JTH3 Ne 1 3 M & MPn ma Mai 2 4,8 . e. with Joshua and Israel Jos 24 s4 (E), an ordinance or constitu- tional agreement to serve Yahweh only. f. with David + So 4 - 29 - 34 - 39 1 32 12 Je 33 21 (cf. 2 S 7 =

Ch 1 7) ; a divine promise to the seed of David 

of an everlasting kingdom, the relation of son- ship, and the superintendence of the temple (cf. )r 2). g. Jehoiada and the people 2K11 1 ' = 2 Ch 23 s , a constitutional agreement to be the people of Yahweh. h. Hezekiah and. the people 2 Ch 29 10 , a constitutional agreement to reform the worship, i. Josiah and the people

K 23 s , a constitutional agreement to obey the 

book of the covenant, j . Ezra and tine people Bfra

ma Ezr i o 3 , a constitutional agreement to put away foreign wives and observe the Law. k. the prophetic covenant, a divine promise through a series of prophets to establish a new constitu- tion nBHn J1P3 Je3i 31 , with new institutions and precepts Is 42" 49 s 55 3 59 21 61 8 Je 31 3133 32 40 50 6 Ez 16 6062 20 37 34 s5 37 20 Ho 2 20 . In Is • the Messianic servant is DJ? JVO Is 42 s 49", cf. man lib® Mai 3 1 . III. Phrases. 1. covenant making: TV"I3 m3 Gn 15 18 Ex 34 10 ' 27 (J) Jos 2 4 K (E) Dt 5" 28 09 2 9 ,3!!4 1 K 5 26 2 K u'7i 7 35 - 38 2 3 3 2 Ch2i 7 2 3 316 29 10 34 30 Ezrio 3 Ne 9 8 ^5o 5 8 9 4 Is55 3 6i 8 Jen 10 3i 31 - 32 - 33 32 40 34 13 Ez 34 2S 37 M Hos 2 20 ; JTH3 D*pn establish a covenant Gn 6 18 9 91117 17 719 ' 21 Ex 6" (P) Ez 16 6062 , but confirm covenant Lv 26' ('! ; H) Dt8 18 ; nnajw Gn 17 2 Nu25 ,2 (P) ; nna Dt?

S 23 s (poet.); JT-Q3 nay Dt 29 11 ; maa N3 
Ch i5 12 Ezi6 8 ; ma m* V' 111 "; ma Ntw 

"S ^V * 50 16 . (Cf. further on these Dr «■»"•«*• 210 fl ) 2. covenant keejnng : on the part of man JVO IDS? 1K11" Ne I s 9 s2 -f 78 10 103 18

12 Dn 9 4 , rma -iw Dt 33' ^25'°, D^tno 

ITVaS Is 56 46 ; on the part of God TVQ "Df Gn 9 1516 Ex 2 s4 6 6 (all P), Lv 2 6 42 - 42 - 42 (H; on sf. cf. Di Ges» 128,Rb ) v 46 (H) + io5 8 io6 45 iii 5

Ch 16 15 Ez 16 80 . Thus we have riJOtO 

V'Sg 29 ; D^y nna Gn 9 16 i77i3'8.i9 Ex 3I i«Lv 24 s Nu 18 19 25 13 (P) 2 S 2 3 5 (poet.) 1 Ch i6 17 (=f 105 10 ) Is2 4 6 55 3 61 8 J6 32 40 50 5 Ez 16 60 37 26 ; nbo nna Lv 2 13 2 Ch 13 6 21 7 (a cov't. with sacrificial meal and salt ; on cov't. with salt in Arabia cf. We 81 " 2 *" 1 " 1 - 124 ); ttbtf m3 Nu25 12 (P) Is54 10 Ez34 25 37 s6 ; nonm man Dt 7 912 iK8 a (=2Ch 6 14 ) Ne i 5 9 32 Dn 9 4 ; vhp rtna Dn 1 1 28 - 30 ; man mDO Ez 20 37 . 3. covenant violation: ma "Oy Dt 17 2 Jos 7 1115 2 3 16 (D) Ju2 20 2Ki8 12 Ho6 7 8 1 ; mo nan Gn 17 14 Lv 26 ,5 - 44 (H) Dt 3I 16:!0 (J) Ju 2 1 Is 24" Je j j 10 I4 « 3 j32 33 20,21 Ez l6 59 I7 M.H ^7 Z( , , , 10 . nna ary i K 19 1014 Je 22 9 Dn 1 1 30 ; nna dno

K 1 7 15 ; nna nto V' 89 39 ; nna &n ^ 89" Mai 

2 10 ; nnaa npt? V-- 44 18 ; wna nat? Dt4 23 - 31 Je 50 5 . tbi-ia, niin v. sub Bha. rvna v. sub i. ma. T nr^-Q, Tha v. sub nxa. ^3 (? cf. Aram. P3 6cwe, pierce, or Ar. JV>, appear).

  • TTVPCL n.pr.f. (?) descend, of Asher (perh.

NT"!? foramen, Thes, or j'jlT woman whose beauties are apparent) i Ch 7 31 Kt (Qr hj|l),

7p3n.ni. Dt 19, 5 iron(c. 7 afform.; fr.pierc- 

ingl NH id., Aram, id., pT]S, Jl^a, Ph. $>P3, As. parzillu COT 01 "", (Ar. J£j /e«er is loan- word))— alw. abs. '2 Gn 4 22 + 74 t. (^13 Gn 4" etc); — '1. iron, lit.: a. iron-ore, stone con- taining iron, Dt 8 9 Jb 28 2 ; b. as raw material (to be worked) Gn 4 s2 1 Ch aa"" 1 29 s 2 - 7 2 Ch 2 6.is 2 ^i2 j g 44U; . as article of commerce Ez 27 1219 ; d. as material of furniture, utensils, implements, etc., '3 Bny Dt 3 11 , '3 33n Jos 1 7 161s Ju i 19 4 313 , '3 fy Jos 6 1924 cf. 1 K 6 7 Nu 35", '3-djj jb 19 24 & fig. Jei7 l , fan "inn 2 S iz 31 =

Ch 20 3 , '3H ni"l]?p 2 S 12 31 cutting instr. of 

iron, vid. Am i» '3 ^33 f i 49 » (|| trfff, '3 p^j Jb20 24 , '3 "pp_ 1 K 2 2 u = 2 Ch l8 10 , '3 -VJ3 & '3 rono Ez 4 3 ; '3 WIS, i.e. of Babylon, ag. Cyrus Is 45 2 ; cf. 1 S 17' & Is 6o 17 -' 7 (fig.) 2. too? of iron Dt 27 s Jos 8 31 Pr 27 1717 Ec io 10 Is io 34 (metaph.); head of an axe Dt 19' 2K6"; so weapon 2 S 23 7 Jb 41 19 ; cf. also Nu 31 22 Jos

2 8 where iron as spoil of war. 3. iron in 

fig. of unwatered earth Dt 2S 23 ; of Egyptian bondage, 'an "W Dt 4 20 1 K S il Je 1 1 4 ; of op- pression '3 b)j Dt 2S 48 Je 28" cf. v 13 ; of strength Je 15 1212 ; cf. T^V? 1 ? ' 3 Dt ss 25 & Mi4 13 '3 Qi?; of prophet, firm through Yahweh's might, l^QJ? '3 Je i 18 ; of distress, '3 Tina f 107 16 cf. v 10 of judgments oi & 105 18 ; 'a bat? ^ 2 9 ; of evil- doers, Je 6 28 Ez 22 18 ' 20 ; simile of scorching sky Lv 26 19 ; '3 i^OD of bones of hippopotamus Jb 40 18 ; '3 Tj of obstinate neck of Isr. Is 48 4 . T ^^^S n.pr.xn. (man ofiron)— 1. a Gilead- ite 2 S17 27 ig 3233 - 35 - 40 1K2 7 ; ^pa 2 S19 34 ; Ezr

61 =Ne7 63 PV^n 'iT!? n " 3 '? "Pf 1 '•?'*! ^D 3 , ?. a 

DDB'/J) t4~li5*1, where 2nd Barzillai=above, & former is 2.apriestEzr2 6 ' = Ne 7 63 ,who adopted name "'i'?"! 3 - 3. 2 S 21 8 a Meholathite. tnn3 vb. go through, flee (cf. Germ. durchgehen) (Ar. — S go away, withdraw, flee) — Qal Pf. rna Gn 31"+ 9 1., vra Jb g 25 , vna Is 22 3 ; /m;)/ nna^ Jb 20 24 , rn^ jb 27 s2 Ne 6". n l 3 !l Gn 3i 21 + 13 1.; 3 fs. rnarn Gn i6 6 , ma«  V, 139 7 , WTja; j e 52 7 , vryfa 2 S 4 3 + 4 1., nfn'a-i 2 S 15 14 ; imv. ma Gn »7*+3t, inna i s 4 8 si) ; 7m/ a6s. nVia Jb^ 22 ; cs<r. n"ia i 823"+ 3 t., niia Jon i 3 ; sf. 'rna 1K2 7 , ^nSa Gn3i 5 , ima Gn 35' + 2 t. ; — 1. go or pass through, of bar, rhab . . . rnarrnx tojw Ex 36 s3 (P). 2. /ee Gn 3 i 20 - 21 - 22 (E) Ex 14 5 (J) Ju 9 21 1 S 19 1218 22 17 2 S 13 343738 (del. Dr cf. We) 15 14 Is 2 2 3 Je 4" 26 21 39 4 52 7 Ne 6" ; fig. of days fleeing away rma

TQ Jb 9 B ; of man, like a shadow Jb 14 2 ; c. ft? flee from a place 1 S20 1 2 S io 10 ( + ->yt? pers.) Is 48 20 , a weapon Jb 20 24 ; a person, c. HND 1 K n 23 , usually c. "JBO Gn 16 68 31" 3s 1 - 7 Ex 2" (all JE) Ju 11 s '2 S 21" 1 K2 7 I2 2 = 2 Ch io 2

  • 3 l 57' (titles) 139 7 Jon I 10 ; *• I!? fig. Jb

2 7 i2 ; fl& t0 < e - acc - place 1 S 27* 1K11* Ho 12"; c. place & ? Ne 13 10 ; c. place & H— loc. Jon I s 4 s 2S4 3 ; c. place & ~b» NU24 11 Am? 12 ; c. ^>K & pers. 1 S2 3 6 Gn27 43 (J) 1 K 2 s9 1 K 1 i 40 ; nnK & pers. 1 S 22 20 ; flee, sq. inf. iKli"Dn 10'. 3. flee = hasten, come quickly Ct 8 14 . Hiph. Pf. VVian 1 Ch 8 13 ; Impf. U1T. Pr 19 26 ; sf. wnnr jb 4 i 20 , inmasj Ne 1 3 s8 , WJ33

Ch I2 1S ; Pt'. n-iap Ex 26 28 ;— 'l. pass through, 

lit. Ex 26 s8 (P) cf. Qal. 2. cause to flee, put to flight, animal Jb4i 20 , men 1 Ch 8 13 12 16 ; drive away Pr 19 16 Ne 13 28 (sq. V?5).

1. [iTna] adj . fleeing (= * n«ia) ! rn| tfn; 

Jb 26 13 of eclipse-dragon, 013 B>nj |n$ I s 2 fi (prob. fig. of Assyrians); as subst. 0' i n , "!3 Is 43" as fugitives (for other views cf. Comm.) ; so prob. also Is 15' HWIS, v. D 1 !?. + 11. rP^S n.pr.m. son of Shemaiah 1 CI13 22 . ' rTHS n.m. bar (cf. As. burAhu, spear- shaft, spear, COT GlMS )— pns Dt 3 s + 1 1 1. (cstr. Am i 5 etc.); *ina Ex^^g 3 * Kt (Qr both VPI- needless) ; pL DTPlS Ex 2 6 s6 +8 t., DW"ja 2Chi 4 6 , , nn3 Ex 3 6 31 '+3t., Ipnna Na3 13 ', vnns Ex 4 o I8 + 7 t ( + Qr Ex 35" 39"), 7^ Je 5 1 30 La 2 9 , n'rna j on 2 7 , nnna i 8 i 5 5 but cf. infr.; — 1. a. bar, of wood, joining boards of .32.32.33.34.34 tabern. Ex 2 6 26 - 27 - 27 - 28 - 29 - 29 35 11 g<jto-»-«— - 40 " Nu 3 M 4 31 (all P). b. 6ar(«) of city-gates Dt 3 s Ju 1 6 3 1 S 23 7 2 Ch 8 5 1 4 6 ; id. of gates of Jeru- salem La 2 9 ; also (|| ffinjjo) Ne 3 3 - 6 "" 15 c f. V' 147"; cf. Am I 8 Na 3 13 Je 49 31 Ez 38" Je 51 30 ; bars of city-gates, npru '3iK 4", i>P3 '3 Is 45 2 (of Babylon, broken bef. Cyrus) ; nn ,- 13 Is 1 5 5 rd. prob.c. X Di al/13 v. ETT| ; yet cf! Che's crit. n. 2. fig. ?r)3 '3 of distress, etc. yjr 107"; of fortress, ftolK '3 in simile Pr 18"; fig. '3 of earth (pictured as house out of which Jonah is shut) Jon 2'. (Older usage sg. of bar of door or gate, i.e. the great bar across the gate ; so LH3 5 Jui6 3 Ami 5 1S23 7 1K4 13 Je 4 9 31 Pr 18' Jb 3 8 ,0 2Ch8 5 Ez 3 8" Laterals 4 5 s La 2" 2Chi4« Ne 3 3 - 6 - 13 " 15 ^147", but also Na 3 ».) t [n"»np] n.m. (flight) fugitive— Ez 1 7 2 ' WTOO Kt coll., Vrnao Qr; Co rds. Qr, but del as gloss; X @ Ew Sm rd. VjnaD. "»QrTO 2 S 23 81 = , Win3 1 Ch 1 1 33 , rd. prob, "pnn? v.' sub "VO & cf. Dr. ^2 n.pr.m. v. sub 1X3 p. 92. ■na Jb37" v. P sub nn. [na], i"P*»3 v. *T| sub 11. STI3. □^a 2 S 20 14 obscure, many after 33 rd D*"jnS; Klo prefers Dnaan after ® & so Dr. pi^v. sub 11. ma; v. also S>K 3, ^5?3 4. n" 1 ")^ v. sub TO. t vb. kneel, bless (NH id.; Ar. cJjj ; Eth. fl«Jhl Aram. ?p.3 ^1=, [praise), Palm, esp. in *xh& VS0 T"« Vog p * lm -' 4t< *- 94 ' 144 )— Qal /»»p/ Tffi 2 Ch 6 13 ; rUTM + 95 «; -pS (v. Pi.); Pt. pass. ^113 Gn 9 s6 + 70 1.;— 1. kneel down (so Ar. Syr. Eth.): Va-Q-by ipjm awd A«  kneeled upon his knees 2 Ch 6 13 ; * ^B? n3!33 Ze< us kneel before Yahweh i/' 95 s . 2. Mess (only pt. pass.), a. of God: * sp"B blessed be (or is) Ex 18 10 (E) Gn 9 26 2 4 27 (J) Ru 4 14 1 S S 18 2 K 1 ,26 ^27 -21 Q 15.56 io 9 1CI116 36

Ch 2 11 6 4 9 8 Ezr 7* ^ 2 8 6 31 22 41 14 72 18 

H9 12 i24 6 i35 21 i44' Zen 5 ; B*f6tl '3 '

9 M 106 

>/r 66 20 6S 36 ; 'J1K '3 ^ 68 M (prob. for an ori- ginal nw); p^V h* '3 Gni 4 20 (E); »Ttt '3

S 22 47 (= ^ 18 47 ); f i ni33 '3 Ez 3 12 ; av '3 

P133 ^ 72 19 . b. of men: Gn 27 s3 (J) Nu 22 12 (E) Dt 7 14 28 3G 33 2024 1 S 25 s3 26 25 Ju 17 2 1 K 2 45 1^ 118 26 Is 19 25 Je 17 7 20 14 ; in3 -J313D blessed be Hue one blessing thee Gn 27 s9 Nu 24 9 (E); mmb '3 Ru 2 ,9 - 20 3 10 1 S 15' 3 23 21 2 S 2 5 * 115 15 ; jvby S>»6 '3 Gn 14 19 ; "> SJffl Gn 24 31 26 M (J); * OT Is 65 s3 . c. things:' ^Si ^"13 "]3B3 blessed be the fruit of thy womb Dt 2 8 4 cf. Dt 28 s 1 S 25 s3 Pr 5 18 . ITiph. Pf. 0^3) Gn 1 2 3 1 8 18 28 14 ( J) bless oneself {cULifhy.). Pi. 23S iP/. ^3Gn24 1 + 29t.; 1]t3V'io 3 Nu23 20 ; ^llzCh 20 26 ; Vrpi Jbi 5 ; sf. ^nj, V?^?, etc., Gn27 27 + 5 t.; ^fS8 Dt 2 7 + 9 t.; Impf. V?], T3f? etc -> Gn28 3 +52t.; n3i2N Gn i2 3 + 2 t.; pi. W3^ Gn 24 60 + 1 1 1. ; sf. 333) Gn 2 7 10 + 2 1 1. ; Jljro; Gn 4 9 25 + 2 t.; WanV Gn 14 19 + 16 t. ; Djnaj Gn 4 8 20 + 6t.; naanaKGn 27 7 ; 'W.-^ Gn 27' 9 ' al ;' ^n»n3^72 15 ; n?*5rWJf 145* /TOv.'n"i3Dt33" + 29 t.; Inf. cstr. T3J Gn 22 17 -)- 24 t. ; /»»/. abs. ^"na Jos 24 10 (Ki, cf. Ko 1 -" 1 , Ew !aou 01 Sta); Pt. ?p3D Pr 2 7 " + 4 1.; — l.bless God, adore with T*

m-a bended knees: ace. "» 713 Gn 24 48 (J) Dt 8 10 Ju 5" iCh2 9 10M 2 Ch20 26 3 i 8 Ne 9 5 V16 7 26 12 34 2 63 s I03 20 ' 2 '- 22 115 18 i 34 > 2 135'^ 145™; vna .„ I34 M I35 .9. M ^^.,0 nx <t?SJ ^ I03'- 2 ' 22 I04 1 - 35 ; DB> T13 W«*s *Ae name of Yahwek Ne 9 s i//- 96 s ioo 4 145 1 ' 21 ; "p3 JWlfr* Jos 2 2 33 V 66 8 68 w (doubtless for an original mrr), with b 1 Ch 29 20 ; J1K ?p3D Is 66 3 (of idolatrous worship). 2. 6W blesses a. w«w.- abs. Nu 23 20 (E) ty 109 28 ; with ace. Gn 32 273o 48 .6 Ex 2o2 4 Nu 24 , Jos 24 , ( E) Gll I2 "

2 4 13S 26 12 30 2730 39 s 4 9 2S Jos 17" (J) Gn 

1 s " 8 5* 9* i7 16a, 25 n 2 6 324 28' 35 9 4 8 3 Nu 6 s427 (P) Dt i 11 2 7 7 13 12 7 14 2429 I5 <-«-io-".w re 1015 23 21 24 l319 26 15 28 8 30 16 Jui 3 24 2 S6 ni2 7 2 » iCh4 10 iS 14 ^ 27 26 5 2 Ch3i 10 Ne 8 6 Eu 2 4 Jb42 12 f 5 13 28* 29" 4S 3 67" 7 - 8 io7 3s ii5 1213 i28 5 i34 3 i47 13 Pr 3 !0 l8i9 JS 5i s 6i 9 Je 3I 23 Hg2 19 . T). «A%,.- sabbath Gn 2 3 Ex 20" (P); field Gn 27" (E); bread Ex 23^ (E); work Dt 28 12 Jb i 10 cf. Dt 33" ^65" 132 15 . 3. men bless men : priests & kings "> 0V2 Dt io 8 21 5 2 S 6 18 1 Ch 16 2 23 13 ^129"; MelchizedekAbrahamGni4 19 ; Moses Dt 33' Ex 12 32 39*"; Joshua Jos 14 13 22 6 - 7 ; priests Lv 9 22 - 23 Nu 6 23 Dt27 12 J0S8 33 2Ch 3 o 27 ^1 18 26 ; Solomon iK8 1,B ( = 2 Ch6 3 ); David 2 S 6 20 (= 1 Ch 16 43 ) 19 40 ; Eli 1 S 2 20 ; Balaam Nu 22 s 23 n.so.ss 24 io. f at hers, esp. on death-bed Gn 27 4 + 12 t. Gn 27 (all JE) 28 16 (P) 32 1 (E) 48 s1 (P) 48 15 - 20 49 28 (J) 2 S 13 25 ; in consecrating a sacrifice 1 S 9 13 . 4. salute, greet, with an invocation of blessing (stronger than Dl^t?): [•mfc* TOP 12 with thee will Israel bless Gn 48 20 (E). a. in meeting Gn 47 7 (P) 2 K 4 s9 io 15 1 S 13 10 . h. in departing Gn 24 60 (J) 47 10 (P) 1 K 8<*. c. by messengers 1 S 25 14 2 S 8 10 1 Ch 18°. d. in gratitude Jbsi 20 Pr3o" Ne n 2 . e. morning salutation Pr 27 14 . f. congratula- tions for prosperity Gn 12 3 (J) 2 7 29 Nu 2 4 9 (E) 1 K i 47 ^49 19 62 5 . g. in homage 2S 14 22 f> 72 15 . h. in friendliness 2 S 21 3 . 5. bless, with tRe antithetical meaning curse (Thes) from the greeting in departing, saying adieu to, taking leave of; but rather a blessing over- done and so really a curse as in vulgar English as well as in the Shemitic cognates: 1 K 21 10 ' 3 Jb I 6 - 11 2 59 + io 3 . Pu. Impf 713? 2 S 7 a + 3 t.; T>3n Jus 24 Pr2o 21 ; Pt. lRbONu 22 s + 3 t.; f. rvpa Dt 33 13 ; VfpQ v'37 22 ; — I- pass, to be blessed, adored: DK* Jb I 2 ' -^ 1 13 2 . 2. prospered by God: a. persons 2 S 7 29 1 Ch 17W ^,3722 nz 2 128 4 Pr 2 o 21 . b. things Dt 33 13 . 3. have prosperity invoked, by Balaam Nu2 2 fi . 4. tw gratitude Fr 2 2 9 Ju5 24 . Hiph. D'ppsn ^1"13>1 aW fo mWe Ai's camels kneel Gn 24" (J). ' Hithp. 5p3nn Dt 29 18 + 3 1. ; 7m;;/. T^"! Is 65 16 v 72 17 ; P«. TO"? is 65";— &&»* on«s«// congratulate oneself I33i>3 in his heart Dt 29 18 ; ijnr3 with or by (cf. 3 m. 2. d) thy seed (invoke for oneself the blessing of the seed of Abraham) Gn 22 18 26 4 (J); by the Messianic king f 72 17 ; |OM lfoa Is 65"; by * Je 4 1 . t^a n.f. I, - 4 *» knee (As. birku COT 01 -; Eth. flCh: Aram, fjf, ^oU) Is 4s 23 ; du. 0?3->3 Jb 3 ,s + iot.; sf. '3-)3 etc. Gn 3 o 3 + 1 1 1.;— knee, knees: tKtt D"D water reachingto the knees Ez 47 4 ; '313 bv yjWn Dn io 10 ; bv 1T1 pnBQ H33! WW Dt 28 s5 ; D'313 h> JH3 AneeZ on yfcneesin worship 1 K 8" Ezr 9 s cf. Is 4s 23 1 K 1 9> 8 2 Ch6 13 , in entreaty 2K1", to drink of a fountain Ju 7 6 6 ; V313 p3 VJB DB> }mt his face between his knees in prayer 1 K 18 42 ; C3n3 bv upon the knees, Gn 30 3 (E ; on '3 ^ *6n v. pi ss DMWelbAu " :! » 1 «> ,r - Sta ZAW ***■ 143 «■) 50 23 (E) Jb 3 12 Ju 1 6 19 2 K 4 M Is 66' 2 ; two DJJO N'XViGn 48 12 (E); knees as seat of strength, weak from terror Jb 4 4 Is 35 s Ez 7 17 21 12 Na 2"; or fasting ^ 109 24 . fi.n^S n.f.blessing(Ar.i^;; Eth.n^h^: Aram. N3-Q, J^jaa ; NH as Heb.)— '3 Gn I2 J + 39 t.; cstr. n?-l3 Gn 28 4 + 9 t. ; sf. taff]? Gn 49™ + 7 t. ; pi. fftSyf f 2 1 7 + 4 t. ; cstr. nia-is, nb-13 Gn 49 s5 +5 t. ; sf. oyvfiyxf Mai 2 2 ; — 1. blessing: a. of parent Gn 27 12 -" 49 s8 (JE), of Moses Dt 33 1 . b. of God Ex 32 w (E) Lv 25 21 (P) Dt ii 26 - 27 - 29 23" (=Ne 13 2 ) 2 8 28 3 o 119 Jos 8^(0)28 7 29 ^3 9 2i 4 i 33 3 Is 44 3 Ez 34 26 44 30 Jo 2" Mai 3 10 ; 1W n3l3 Gn 39 5 (J) Dti2 15 i6 ,7 33 23 V 129 8 Pr io 22 ; n«D rcna f 24 s ; urnw nan3 Gn 28 4 (P), the blessing given to Abraham. c. of the people, in recognition of good men ijr 109 17 Pr io 6 n 26 24 s5 28 20 . d. 0/ a poor man, in recognition of benefits Jb 29 13 . 2. source of blessing: Abraham Gn 12 2 (J); Israel Is 19 24 Ez 34 26 Zc8 13 ; seed of the righteous f 37 s6 ; the king ^21'; memory of the righteous Pr io 7 ; new wine Is65 8 . 3. blessing, prosperity : D^B" 713133 by the prosperity of the upright (the city is exalted) Pru 11 ; nt3V H ni3"0 DJ iTWO yea, the early rain covereth with blessings ^ 84 7 cf. Gn 49 s526 ; D3T11313 nx ♦nVWI and I toill curse your prosperity Mai 2 2 . 4. bless- ing, praise of God Ne 9 s . 5. a gift, present Gn 33" (E) Jos 15" (J) Ju 1" 1 S 25 s7 30 26 2 K 5 15 ; n ?l? "^3 « liberal person Pr 1 1 25 (cf. Syr. Jwaico, Eth. fl^h'T:). 6. treaty of peace 2 K l8 31 =rls36' 6 . fn. n2~>3. 1. n.pr.loc. valley in wilderness by Tekoa 2Ch20 2626 ; mod. BereikM cf. Be & reff. 2. n.pr.m. one of David's band 1 Ch 1 2 3 . Bold textIra TTJVG n.pr.m. (blessed)

. friend and amanuensis of Jeremiah Je 32 121316 36 4 " 32 43 36 45 1J . 2. a priest, son of Zabbai (Zaccai) Ne 3 20 io 7 . 3. son of Colhozeh, of the tribe of Judah Ne 1 i tnD"l2 n.f. pool, pond (nanan SI 5 ; Ar. i£>.J SabVna-a Sab. Denkm. 73 ; Aram. *?Onj)) — 'i 2 S 2 15 - 13 4" 2 K i8 17 (=Is 3 6 2 ) 20 20 Ne 3 16 Is 7 s 22 911 ; cstr. nana 2 S 2 13 1 K 22 s Ne 2" 3 15 Na 2"; pi. ntona Ec 2 6 Ct 7 s . t^C^S n.pr.m. (El doth bless, cf. Ph. i>y33-Q, Palm. "paba Vog 117 ,Bab. Bariki-iliOpp JA.1887K.,.-D«.,5»^ fother Q f E ]i hu Jb 32". t^rrytT n.pr.m. (=WJW s. Yah blesseth Ges t27 ' 3 ) father of a Zechariah in Isaiah's time Is 8 2 ; usually in abbreviated form as foil. : no-ja, 1. son of Zerubbabel I Ch 3 20 . 2. a Levite guard of the ark 1 Ch 9 16 1 5 s3 . 3. father of Meshullam, one of Nehemiah's chiefs Ne 3 430 6 18 . 4. father of the prophet Zechariah Zc i'sWSJI v 7 ; VTjarjf also 5. father of Asaph 1 Ch 6 M 15 1 ' 7 '. 6. Ephraimite chief 2 Ch 28 12 . rr?">|, ^fryja v. i^rna; supra. D"!^ (cf. Ar. 1J twist a rope of two strands). TCOhSL n.[m.] variegated cloth (Ar. j 1 J rope (or fabric) of two strands or colours ; cf.As. birmu, akind of clothing COT ' ", burrnu, iris, Zim BP82 ; on burumu cf. J e n Ko,mo,liff ^ 'M ""•)u?3 D'Oia Ez2 7 24 . yr>3 cf. 'a trip. TJVji n.pr.m. king of Sodom G11 14 2 (V unknown ; © BnXA<i).

  • ny"^3 n.pr.m. 1. a son of Asher Gn
6 1717 Nu 26 444i 1 Ch 7 30 - 31 . 2. son of Ephraim 

1 Ch 7 ra (where expl. as if fr. nyta). 3. a Benjamite njpa 1 Ch 8 13 , nflf 1 Ch 8 16 . 4. a Levite iChz3 ,on . t^ynS adj. gent. c. art. as n.coll. nnfiB>D 'an Nu 26". tp"Q vb. flash, of lightning (Ar. ^ gleam, flash, lighten, As. bardku Zim BI>76 , Aram. p^a. j»U, Eth. (U+: Sab. pna Hal 262 cf. DHM 2M0 ' lm - OT )— Qal P/ PT8 so rd. after © L 2 S 22" & also in || f i8 15 (cf. Klo Che crit. n.); /»»». fnai/' 144 6 ; — all c.acc.cogn. p")3, O'p"}?; — flash, trans, flash lightning, subj. 'V n.m to- TO EzI13 lightning (chiefly in tpja poetry) (Ar. Jjj, As. WrJbu COT 01 "", Zim BP 7& ■ Aram. p!?, L^)_abs. 'a Jb 20 B + 7 t. + 2 S 22" (cf. infr.); cstr. p^a Dt 32" + 2 t.; pi. D-g^f Exi9 16 +7t., Vgna 1//97 4 ;— lightning, 1. lit. mostly pi. = lightnings, liglvtning-flaslies Ex 1 9 16 ■>fr 18 15 (intheoph., on 2 S 22 16 v. infr.) 77 19 97 4 !35 7 Jb 38 M Je io 13 51 16 ; so in sim. of swift brightness Na 2 5 , sg. only ^ 144 6 2 S 22 16 (where however rd. P13 D'pia cf. P13_ S0 @L Klo Che, cf. his crit. n. yjr 18 15 ), Ez I 13 (in vision), and in sim. of brightness Dn io 6 ; swift destruc- tion Zc 9 14 . 2. fig. (always sing.) of flashing arrow-head Jb 20 2S , cf. 3in 'a Dt 32 41 , mn 'a Na 3 3 Hb 3 n ; cf. glitter of weapon Ez 2 1 **•. Tp^2 n.pr.m. (lightning -flash, cf. Pun. Barcas, surname of Hamilcar, cf. Nepos H.miu»n.i. gab Dp ^ DHM^ W "; Palm. pna Vog 1 '*"" 6 ) son of Abinoam, & leader of Israel Ju A fix ^ M - nMM - v ' M ^ ,-112.15 P"13. cf. (TO "ja. T P p"^S n.f. a precious stone, emerald, ace. to © 03 Josephus; (from flashing, sparkling; Lag 1 ""- Jur - Kccl - «■ comp. Skr. markala, Gk . ndpuySos, ^ u >ySo t ) Ex 28 17 39 10 (both P). tnj5na n.f. id., Ez 28 13 , cf. Ges i80R - 2 Pinsk Bini.73.

  • D*l,7"l3. n.pr.m. (>/ & mng. unknown;

Bab. BarMsu Dl Pr212 ) head of a family of Nethinim, '3^33 Ezr 2 M =Ne 7 s5 . TQ' , ;p"l3. n.m. pi. briers (so Vrss Ki al., also Stu q.v.,Be, -/unknown; cf. yCSip; > J. D. Michaelis, Thes al. threshing-sledges, furnished with sharp (glittering) stones) Ju 8 7 ^Pl) 'an-rw lanan 'jrtpvi'g Da-iba-nx (^id. also B*n) and I will thresh your flesh together with the thorns of tin wilderness and the briers; v 16 Vf 'an m nansn 'sipTisi Tyn 'Jprns ngji niap ib'js ns Dna ( r d. Bhjl for SH 5 ! © Bu B3114 ; cf. Stu Be) and he took the thorns of the wilderness and the briers and threshed, etc. [ I jH] vb. purify, select (cf. As. bar'.ru, be shining, in deriv. Zim BP4, - 7S Belser BAS " 1M ; Ar. Jj, pious, kind, true; "3 he was pious, good, virtuous, honest) — Qal l'f. 'Oha Ez 20 38 ; Inf. sf. D"o|> Ec 3 18 , Ges }67a s ; cf. tOJ 9 1 (si vera 1.) as metaplastic form, but on text vid. "W3 supra p. 101; Pt. pass. m. 1^3 Jb 33 3 + 4 t.; f. HfTTtt Ne 5 19 Zp 3'; — 1. purge out, purify: ^Via* -a

ota DHlbn D3t? and I will purge out from among you the rebels Ez 20 38 ; 11*13 1?V a purified lip Zp3 9 ; V?0 1113 w««r in a pure, sincere manner Jb 33 s . 2. choose, select, only JP<. and in Chronicler : chosen, valiant men I Ch 7 40 ; porters iCh9 M ; musicians 1CI116 41 ; sheep Ne 5 18 . 3. cleanse, make shining, polish, pt. pass. 1V13 J*n polished arrow Is 49 s (cf. De & Je 51" infr.) 4. test, prove Ec 3 18 D"}3? D'l-'NI <^a< (rod may prove them (RV); — on 9 1 v. la.' Niph. nan Is 52"; P<. 13J 2 S 22 s7 ( = yjr 1 8 s7 ); — purify oneself: a. ceremonially, the bearers of the sacred vessels Is 52". b. morally 2 S 2 2 S7 =V 18 27 . Pi. Inf. TS^ Dn n 35 jatrtfr (I1 1^' '^)- Hi P h - 1 - In f- 13np Je 4 11 purify, cleanse. 2. /nte. n3H D'Snn Je 51" polish arrows (vid. 3 above). Hithp. 1. Impf. ni31V Dn 1 2 10 purify oneself. 2. li^PI ^i8 27 = 13nn 2S22 27 «Aew oneself pure, just, kind. fii.~0 adj. pure, clean, Jb 1 i 4 i/'24 4 ; 13 Pr 14 4 ; pl.cstr. "13 ^j 3 »; f.nia ^. I9 » Ct6 810 ;— 1. ^wtre, clear: 33? 13 ^)Mre in foarf ^ 2 4 4 > 33^ nn TJr 7 3 1 ; a pure damsel Ct 6 910 , man Jb 1 1 4 , commands of God ^ 1 9'. 2. clean: 13 M3K crib iscleanFri^*. 3. perh. adv.13"1pK0 kiss purely, of sincere homage ^ 2 12 but cf. 1. 13, p. 135. •{"in. "13. n.m. grain, corn (cf. Ar. j wheat, grain of wheat), f 72 16 Am 5" 8 M ; 13 Gn 41 3649 4 2 325 4s 23 (E) f 65 14 Pr 1 1 26 Je 23 s8 Jo 2 24 . tl. 13 n.m. lye, potash, alkali used in smelting metals Is i 2 " (see JV13). tn. "13 n.m. cleanness, pureness : *TJ "w cleanness of my hands 2 S 22 21 ( = 1^ i8 21 ) 1^ 18 25 ( = , 1'3my cleanness 2 S 22 s5 ); *]? 13 Jb 9 30 22 s0 . ^3 n.f. lye, alkali, potash, soap, used in washing Je 2 M Mai 3 2 . t"l3 a.m. field (BAram. Nia, Syr. |U, Ar. J o/jere country, land) — 133 13T <foy grow up in the open field Jb 39 4 (Aram, usage). tD'H3'13 n.m. pi. birds fattened for table of Solomon 1 K 5 3 ; capons Ki, geese (from their pure white feathers) 5' Jer Thes, swans Ew, guinea-hens Th, /ow'.s Tristr. AV EV (n3l3 = tp&y water-birds Lv n 17 it 8 ""). JP^3 (■v'of foil., meaning unknown). TUJVQ n.m. 11 " 140 cypress or fir(As. burdht COT Q,<,M ,Aram. Wfrtt, JI.0U cf. nil3 infr., v. also Gr. fipddv, Lat. bratum, cypress, juniper (PS); in favour of cypress, also © @ & so Thes; in favour of J?r or jpiW, 33 Rob in KobGes (because cypress not now indigenous on Leba- non); cf. also RS 1 "™"""'"- 20 who lays stress on Ph. n.pr.loc. DB>3 K ( = WJ'N) = Gr. n.rt/oOo-cu i.e. isle of firs; — v. further Schroed Fh0n - 8pr " w Low N ° ,M & Brathu as name of Hermon Philo Bybl. in Euseb Pra " ,z """ IM )— B^13 Ho 14' + 4 1.; D^BTis 2 S 6 5 + 1 1 1., D'eha Na 2 4 , v&ra Is 37 s4 , VBh3 2 K 1 9 s ;— 1. (lit.) a noble tree, usually ||nx (exc. 2 S 6 s iK6" 2 Ch 3' yjf 104 17 Is 55 13 Ho 14 9 Na 2 4 ); as standing and growing Is 14 8 37 s4 = 2 K 19 23 , Is 41 19 55" (|| D1H) 60 13 (|| pail 1133 = nN) f io 4 ' 7 . 2. sim. of luxuriance, stateliness EZ31 8 , produc- tiveness Ho 1 4 9 (Now thinks cypress), fig. for spear-shafts Na 2 4 Hi-St, but © €> D'BHS ; fig. for mighty men Zc n 2 . 3. as material (always pi.), for building temple ('3 'VJ?) 1 K 5 s2 - 24 6 M cf. 9" 2 Ch 2 7 ; '3 yv (sing.) 2 Ch 3 5 (cf. Baer's n.); '3 nii>l>¥ 1 K 6"; for ships (no f$) Ez 27 s ;— 0^13 ^ 5fc| 2 S6 5 appar. = unM. all musical instruments made of fir, but || 1 Ch 1 3" Dn/BCU tJT^S & so here © We Dr. T [ni"l3] n.m. id. (Aramaic (prob. North- Palest.) form of same) only pi. Wfetf || DTW Ct 1 17 ; ref. to arbour of trees as their home, cf. n.x. Tyta3 n.pr.m. (•/ & meaning unknown) king of Gomorrha Gn 14 s . ^fchs, >i ri i i3, nrrn3 v. sub nnw, p. 92. □tiO (have a sweet odour, cf. Aram. D'DB, yxctt=> be sweet, pleasant, Pa. yimi to delight, KD"D3, sw «e<; Palm. KDtO {xnm) Vog"' 1883 - Aoot. s. P t. ito 1. 12, m 1. is. 1*. zo .tc. g])iced ( ot -n _ cf . Becken- dorf zMG isss.^. As J a ^,„ Mj p a . mate fine, beautiful COT Gto "). Ota, [Ota] v. DB*3. v v > L. T T J ' spice, balsam, balsam- tctan.m. a tree (Ar. 'L£j, Aram. NODB, I'rtmA, Gk. ^dX- craiior; cf.Low^)— , 3ls3 S4 +, DHExSO^v.infr., 'tpB-S Ct 5 1 (as if fr. QEB); pL OMfift Ex 25 s + 18 1., VDE'3 Ct4 16 ; — 1. spice, perfume, sweet odour Is3 24 ; D^-JtJJg Ex 30 23 ('3 perh. so pointed to distinguish it from) DBQ-njp v 23 ; — with this cf. Aram. Uuu) Uus, NCD13 »J|>; — siiices as costly, token of wealth 2 K 20 13 = Is 39 9 cf. 2 Ch 32 s7 ; royal gifts 1 Kio 21025 =2Ch 9 1 "- 24 ; cf. sg. 1 K io'°= 2 Ch 9 s ; as article of commerce Ez 27 s2 ; burnt at burial 2 Ch 16 14 ; nctea

man appointed for ingredient of the anointing oil Ex 25" 35 8 cf. v 28 (all P), cf. i Ch 9 30 (Palm. v. supr.) ; stored in temple 1 Ch 9™; used for purifying the women of Ahasuerus Est 2 12 ; elsewhere only Ct 4 1014 spices, v 16 balsam-juice, gathered Ct 5 1 ; balsam-tree '3 Hfl Ct 8"; beds of balsam 1 rwjj ct 6 2 ; cf. '3 n:ry Ct 5" sim. of lover's cheeks. tjIQtoa n.pr.f. (jierfume ?)— 1. Hittite woman, a wife of Esau Gn 26 s4 (P); called daughter of Ishmael, and sister of Nebaioth Gn36 3 (but due prob. to R; this daughter of Ishmael is rbrsp in 28 s P); v. also 36 4101317 (all P) (Sam. has r6nD throughout Gn 36). 2. daughter of Solomon, wife of Ahimaaz 1 K 4". TDttQ 1 ] n.pr.m. a descendant of Issachar 1 Ch f. ' T DfeQO n.pr.m. 1. a son of Ishmael Gn " = 1 Ch i 59 . 2. a descendant of Simeon

Ch 4 M . 

T[ IlL'jJ vb. bear tidings (v rub, smooth the face; cf. Ar.J-iJ remove the face or surface of a thing, cf. Ar.^io be glad, joyful ; i^y**. sji-J he rejoiced him with the message of the birth of a son; Eth. Cltldl bring a joyful message, so As. bussuru (Pa.) DP 170 , Sab. neon DHM MV , also lea n.pr.dei,^-i-> DHM 2 " 01883358 , CIS ...Mi. >.s)_pi.p/.-|&a J e 20 15 + 2t.; Impf-WZn

S iS^^- 4 1.; iTifpK 2 S 18 19 ; Imv. «f| 1 Ch 

i6 n =f 96 s ; Inf-m) 1 S3i 9 +2t,; POEO? Is 41 s7 + 6 t.; f. rnipc is 40 99 ; pi. rtntpae ^68 12 ; — 1. gladden with good tidings: birth of a son Je 2o' s ; victory 1 S 31 9 2 S i 20 1 Ch io 9 f 68 12 ; vryn "ifcaoa IWl he was in his eyes as a bearer of good tidings 2 S 4 10 . 2. bear tidings 2 S i8 192020 - 26 ; even of evil 1 S 4 17 , and so with ace. 31U ifea 1 K i 42 . 3. herald as glad tidings: the salvation of God, preach (chiefly exilic usage) the advent of '< in salva- tion Na2' Is 40" 41 27 52"; the praises of Yahweh 60 6 ; His righteousness in the great congregation yr 40 10 ; His salvation daily ^ 96 s = 1 Ch 16 23 ; the Messianic servant preaches good tidings to the meek Is 6 1 l . Hithp. Impf. itaJV 2 S 18 31 receive good tidings (so Kirkp. Klo; cf. Ar. J-ij iv. x; otherwise AV). "IC3 26 , »•»*• flesh (cf. Ar.Jlj skin, Syr. laJ>, As. bisru, blood-relation, DJA.. stud. 1.143, ctrr.™ Sab Qnin ^^ flesh of bulls)— Gn 2 21 + 1 26 t.; cstr. "$3 Gn 1 7 11 + 40 1.; sf. nto etc. + 1 6 9 + 96 1.; pi. Dnfe-a Pr 1 4 30 ;— 1. of the body: a. of animals Gn 41 2 " 19 Ex 21 28 2 2 30 Nu I2 12 (E) Nuii 4 - a3 (JE)Gn9 4 + (P 3 ot.)Dti2 1B - r (D9t.) Ju6 19 - 21 1S2 1316 1 K17 6 19 2 ' Jb3i 31 41 15 i//5o 13 Pr 23 20 Is 22 13 44 1619 65 4 66 17 Je 7 21 1 1 16 Ez 4" + 6 t. Dn io 3 Ho 8 13 Mi 3 3 Hg 2 12 Zc n 916 . b. of men Gn40 19 (E) 2 21 Ex4 7 (J) Lv 12 3 ij + i6t. 26 M (P) Dt 28 MM 32 1K4 34 5 1014 6 30 9 s6 Jb2 5 4 ^20.22 „ T 6 oo 21 - 25 ^ 2 7 2 38 4 ' 8 *" 2

    • 3 i^> 2
ju 8 7 1 si? 
1! 7 5 10 

.. I3 » lo~— 21° 33""" f2>;' 38"° 79 z I02" iog 24 Pr 4 s2 5 11 Is 9 19 17 4 4 9 26 Je 19 9 La 3 4 Ez 3 2 5 3 7 6 - 8 39 1718 Dn i 15 Zc i4 12 . The flesh of the body is contrasted with stone Ez n 19 36 s6 . 2. flesh for the body itself (esTp. in P) : "]D" N^> DIN "ifeO by upon the body of man it shall not be poured Ex 30 32 (P); nba by Bf3^ 12 »D?8D Tircm drawers shall lie put on his body Lv 6 3 16 4 (P); p'e> Db"l ntea i>j> 1 K21 27 ; rtoa nx j>m and fie s/wZ'. iWfie his body Lvi4 9 is 13 - 16 I6 24 - 26 - 28 17 16 22 s Nui9 78 (P); Da-ifeoa unn ab vzib crtoye shall not put any cutting for any one in your body Lv 1 9 s8 cf. Lv 2i 5 (P); D-i'ea 5>a by nyn waym awd </<ej/ shall pass a razor over all their body Nu 8 7 (P). Ec. uses ~IB>3 only in this sense 2 3 4° 5° 1 1 10 1 2 12 ; elsewhere this usage only in poetry; the body antith. to Bfa Jb 14 22 Is io 18 i^63 2 ; 2b V<-i6 9 84 s Pr 1 4 30 (only here emphatic pi. =entire body Bo' 695 , Leiblichheit De); ^V?? opart /rom «ty & ot fy, in disembodied state Jb 19 26 ; nb>3 "pITBO "YDD »»y Jody trembleth for fear of thee fn 9 120 . 3. mai; org><m of gene- ration (euphemism): D?nblV IZ'S Gn 1 y>"»«*»» (P); lin» nba Ex 28 4S (P),"bufit?3 Gn 17" Lv 1 5 2 - 19 (P) Ez 1 6 26 2 3 20 44 7 - 9 . 4. jfea& for /fcm- dred, blood-relations : n'B'3»nB'31 •'DWODSV^owe 0/ jray 6one and flesh of my flesh Gn 2 s3 (J) ; iriN "YeOP Vni on<i </j«i/ sA«H become one flesh Gn 2 24 (J); ntol nsjfj 4 Gn 29 14 (J) Ju 9 2 2 S 5 1 19 1314 1 Ch 11 1 ; "lira with sf. in same sense Gn 37 27 (J) Ne 5' IS58 7 , for which MfcO ygf near of kin, man or woman Lv 1 8 6 2 5 49 (both H ; 2 5 49 || n ?EfP, cf. ES K 149 ). S. man over against God as frail or erring Gn 6 3 (J) i/' 56 s 7s 39 ; eyes of flesh Jb io 4 ; arm of flesh 2 Ch 32 s Je 17°; horses are flesh not spirit Is 31 3 . 6. the phrase lb'a-^3 : a. all living beings Gn 6 1719 7 2 ' 9 n.«.i..ir Lv i? m Nu l8 i 5 (p) Jb 34 . 6 y, I36 25 b. animals Gn 7 1516 8 17 (P). c. mankind Gn e'^Nuid 22 27" i (P)Dt5 !3 V'65 3 i45 21 Is 40" 49 26 66 1623 - 24 Je 1 2 12 25 31 32 s7 45 6 Ez 2 1 4910 Jo 3 1 Zc 2 17 ; cf. ehti -1E>3 bl Jb 12 10 . trnta n.f. tidings (cf. Ar. S+ v. Ba NB61 ; Sab. pt?3 DrlM 2 " 01876 - 672 ), 2 S 4 ,0 + 3 t.; ."ni ; «?a 2S 18 2527 — 1. good tidings 1 K ■nton 148

9 . 2. tidings, news 2 S I8 20 - 25 ; with miB 

2 S 1 8 s7 . 3. reward for good tidings 2 S 4 10 1 8 2J . TTMSS a.pr. of brook in Philistine terri- tory; alw. "Wan btt 1 S 3 o 910 - 21 ; © Borop (v 21 lUava, but ©L Boaop) ; mod. Wady Razze (Gaza) ace. to Guerin ,ud,!o "- 213 ;— it empties into sea SW of Gaza. (Connexion with above v^dub.)

7t£^21 vb. boil, seethe (intr.), grow ripe 

(Aram. ^fVS» ripen, Nas.^'Joia boil, NSyr. ■^■ls be boiled,, cooked, cf. As. baSdlu (baslu, cooked) Zim BP76 )— Qal Pf. b&S. Jo 4 15 , Vfa Ez 24"; — boil, cook (intr.) Ez 24 s ; grow ripe (of TSP) J04 13 ;— Pi. Pf. 3 ms. sf. obf3 1 K 19"; ^^ Ex 2 9 31 Dt 16 7 , ^3 La 4 10 + 2 t., «^t« consec. ZCI4 21 ; Impf. 3 fs. bgbni 2S 13 8 ; 2 ms. W?ri Ex 23"+ 2 t., ^5) EZ46 2024 , ^3^1 2 Ch 35 13 , *^^?n Ex 1 6 s0 , ^3?l 2 K 6 W ; 7wv. !>& 2K4 38 , 1^3 Lv8 31 , £ga Ex 1 6 s3 ; /«/ ^3 1 S 2 13 ; Pt. vhfya Ez 4 6 24 ;-1. boil (tr.) obj. om. Nu 1 1 8 , 1ft 1 S 2 1S ; '"13 Ex 23 19 34 s6 Dt I4 21 ; THS 2 K 4 s8 ; of offerings, obj. B»Vhpn 2Ch 35 13 ; obj. DB>K Ez 46 20 , n3T Ez 4 6 24 (no obj.) v 24 , cf. Zc 14 21 (no obj.); Ex 16 2323 opp. nBX 6afe. 2. cook (general), obj.->t?3 1K19" Ex 29 31 Lv 8 31 (both P); obj. |3 2 K 6 M cf. "fy La 4'°; hence also of men Dt 16 7 (cf. Di; || Ex 12 89 has ^S

  • t opp. D:e3 5>p3D) 2 Ch 35 13 (B>K3), cakes

(nm>n) 2 s i 3 8 . Pu. i 3 / 3 f s . r6gs Lv 6 21 ; mp/. 3 fs.-^3riLv6 21 ; P^ !?#30 Exi 2 9 1 S 2 15 ; — 6e boiled,sodden, D'D3 Ex 1 2 9 cf. Lv 6 2121 (all P) 1 S 2 15 . Hiph.. Pf. I^ean ry>en«rf, brought to ripeness Gn 40 10 (a vine, its grape-clusters). T ,CQ adj. cooked, boiled (As. baslu, ripe COT GloM )— Ex 12 9 D'DS ^3D ^3; f. r6tj>3 Nu 6 19 , (both P). tni7E?2Q n.f.pl. cooking-places EZ46 23 (cf. tpbfb&n TV3 v 24 ). TQ Tttfe n.pr.m. (= e6f"|3 «on of peace 1 cf. sub p) a Persian officer in Canaan Ezr 4 7 . W2, (Voifo. = smooth, soffi cf. Ar.IH;, a-I2j soft and smooth ground). ]I?3 60 n.pr.terr.m. Dt3 ' 3 (smooth (& fertile) land) Bashan, first mentioned as kingdom of Og,E.ofJordan,stretchingfrom stream Jabbok (thus including northern Uilead) northward to Sermon, between Gennesaret (W) and mts of Hauran (E) ; cf. Di Nu 2 1 33 Wetzst H * ur »" a ; nVim later a type of fertility ; — usually c. art. '3n Nu 2 1 33 - 33 32 s3 Dt i 4 + 30 1. Dt Jos; 1 K 4 13 " 2 K io 33 1 Ch5" 1216S3 6 47 - 6l! Ne o 22 + 68" 135" i 3 6=» Je 22 20 50" (ptftK). Mi 7' 4 (id.), Na i 4 (|| id. ; personif., subj. of &M*), Is 33' (|| id.; personif. subj. of "$); flft-ffl (i. e . range of Hauran) f 68" U6 (called D , n^N-iri ) _from a sanctuary there? — & D'333r-iri many-peaked mt.); of stately trees '3H »jiht Is 2 13 (still seen on western slope of mts. of Hauran, Wetzst

  • ur * n88 ) ; 3 'JVN Zc 1 1 2 (fig. of prominent men) ;

'30 DWN Ez 27 s ; of bulls '3 'T3« ^ 22 13 (II D ^l. %); so '3-^33 Dt32 14 ( + t>£l«| D<"}3 also D'-Wiy, c f. n|5 3 & f xs v ». vid j 3 { j (,)j. appar. more general is '3 *JJT}D Ez 39 18 (ref. to Db . . . Dna DHWyi nns B^J) ; once of kine (fem., fig. of luxurious and haughty women of Samaria) Am 4 1 '3n ni"13. t]©22n.pr.loc. in south. Judah'SH Josis 62 . !"CttH v. sub eh3. t : t t [Dt£Q] vb. Po. Inf. sf. D3DBn3 Am 5" prob. yowr trampling (by dissim. fr. M3) sq. by. nth v. sub B>13. I. PS daughter v. sub J3. II. D3. 6a«/i (a measure), nri3 v . sub nn3. ti. TNfifia n.pr.m. (? = Wl» man of God) Gn 22 22SS a^ 1 '- 24 - 47 - 50 (J) son of Nahor, neph. of Abr.,livinginAram-Naharaim,incityofNahor; 25 20 28" (P) Aramaean of Paddan-Aram. tii. T'StinS n.pr.loc. in Simeon 1 Ch4 J0 =: ^V13 Jos 19 4 ; J*D| 15 30 ; i'Kn'S 1 S30 27 (v. p. 1 1 1 supr.); yet cf. Lag BX64 ; site unknown. 'rira v. 11. ^nf ri^PS v. r>3 sub |3, p. 124. cris v. iv3. J7H (cf- Ar. JiT sever, separate). tn7iri2 50 n - f - virgin (cf. Ar. J^j, jLo, As. batultu (also bat&lu of young man) 5 E, 42" v. Jer 2 * 1886 ' 399 ; NH KJVfll, Jlofc^)— Gn 24 16 + 19 1.; cstr. rWl3 Dt22 19 + 12 t.; pi. ni^vis Est 2 2 +7t.; rnbra z c 9 17 ; n$vi3 Ex

2 ]6 -r 2 t. ; r6r,3 La 5" ; sf Vn^DS ^ 7 8 ra + 3 t. ; 

— one living apart in her father's house as a virgin Gn 2 4 ,6 (J) Ex22 ls (E) Lv 2i 3 "(P) Dt 22 19 Jui 9 24 2S13 3 Jb 3 i'Is62 6 Je2 32 3 i 13 Jo I 8 ; r6iri3 mj?3 a virgin damsel Dt 22 23 ' 28 Ju

1 12 1 K i 2 Est 2 3 ; rtami -ym Dt 3 2 25 2 Ch D^ 

■Vina

p*U

17 Je 51* 2 Ez 9 6 ; personification of nations 

btrto* rtana Je 1 8 13 3 i 4 - 21 Am 5 s ; p-v na '3 2 K

s1 (=Is37 M ; on double st. cstr. v. Ges" 306 

Phi 8,c " tt °)La2 ls ; 'oyna'a Je i 4 17 ; rrnmnali La 1"; }1TV IU '3 Is 23 12 ; 5>33 tO 'a Is 47 1 ; '3 Dnvo n3 Je46"; pi. ron/ins Ex22 16 2 S 13 18 Est2 i171 ' ^45 15 78 ra Lai 4 2 10 5" Ez 44 M Am8 ls ; nbva antra + ms 12 is 23* Zc 9 17 La i 18 2 s1 . ta -, 7 ; ina n.f. virginity, pi. abs. intens. Dt 22 ».i7.so. cgtr ,1^,3 Dt22 isi7 ,all concrete, tokens of virginity; abstr., sf. ytfia Ju 1 1 37 ; n yV13 Lv2i 13 Jun 38 Ez23 8 ; jn^.bvif Ez 23 s . t[pJ"Q] vb. cut, cut off, cut down (As. batdku, C0T GloB - Zim BP,w °-; cf. also Ar. &? seeuit, amputavit) — only Pi. Pf. consec. 'HIprDI Dnmri3 Ez 16 40 and they shall cut thee to pieces with their swords. trHinS] vb. cut in two (Ar.J^j cut off prematurely ; extirpate by cutting) — Qal Pf. I"? Gn 15 10 ; Pi. Impf. WJ Gn 15 10 id. t[im] n.m. Gnl6 -' part, piece. 1. Vvo Gni5 10 ; pi. sf. VjnaJe 34 18 , bjm nna Je34 19 ; always of halves of animals cut in two in making covenants. 2. VI3 '"in Ct 2 17 moun- tains of cutting, i.e. cleft mountains © Thes al.; or of separation (between us) Ew al. ; ace. to We Proi.« 5 . En,.Tr.39i *, _ ma l b a thron.—Bether as n.pr. AV RV. t|i^na prob. n.pr.terr. {cleft, ravine) E. of Jordan; / 3rri>3 2 s 2 s9 . J"1J"0 (' cut off, sever, cf. Ar. oJ, secwi'<, resecuit, abrupii). tn. m n.m. Sl,! - U (f. I>6 ' w ) bath (Thes al. fr. above v in sense of define, measure; cf. r€>x<o; Lag Or -"- 10t makes=m3, = 13 + fem. D; cf. Syr. f^, instrument for pressing olives ; cf. Epiphan. fidSos = eXaiorptjic'iov; & /3d8os also Hesych. Jos *■"•"«•« but ed. Niese jSut-ow, /Mro*)— '3 abs. Is5 10 +6t.; (03 EZ45") cstr. Ez45 10 ; pi. D-na 2 Ch 2 9 - 9 + 3 t.;— a liquid measure = nD , S of dry measure, each being JW ion (q. v .) Ez 4 5 »»-»-><; also Is5 10 1 K 7 2628 2 Ch 2 9 - 9 4 5 + Ez 45"- 14 (4 1. in this v., Co del. a & d). EZ45 10 P1XTI3 a righteous (right, accurate, full) bath"{ ?~rfr&X). The actual size of bath ( = ephah) is appar. c. 40 litres (= Attic metretesci. Jos An,Tl "- 2 - 9 ; =39.39 lit. cf. Boeckh Metrol. Untouch. 2»f.. y alg0 J Brand J s «ta«- ««,- u. Gewlchuwesen 29 I g m ;^ n Diet. Bible, urt. Weights J, Me«ure» T>: HWB934 ').—!. n? v. sub (3. T [nri^J n.f. precipice, steep (as cut off, abrupt) — JTW3n 'jrua Is 7 19 m the ravines of the precipices. T nriS n.f. end, destruction (for nria, perh. on account of difference of meaning, perh. fr. analogy of n?3 with like sense; cf.Di) — WNf^tt nna I s 5 6 o-ind I' w iU make it (the vineyard) a destruction, a waste, or (Che) make an end of it.