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

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  • 1 TT Daleth, fourth letter; in modern Heb.

= numeral 4; 1 = 4000; no evidence of this usage in OT times. tL^*?^J vb. become faint, languish (NH id. Hiph.; cf. Ar. i^lj toil, weary one- self; v. also naff, just & c f. an)— Qal Pf

fs. '13KT f 88 10 (subj. fig); /«/ rnNlij J e 3I is 

'np IB'pi' «S> (subj. ransomed Israel) ;—Je 31 s5 has rnST trw, of hunger (|| ns-jj e>S3), where adj. or pt. seems needed; Hi Gf naxi or na&ft (the punctuators had, ace. to them, the Aram, participle in mind); Thes. makes relative clause. TrOfrW n.f. faintness, failure of mental energy, dismay Jb 4 1 " n3N"=T pin Vjaifl and be- fore him (i.e. the crocodile) danceth dismay. Lp^^] n -[m.] faintness, languishing, cstr. Cw |tatni D3*8 jvba"! Dt 2 s 66 (cf. Lv 26" & Syr. UajVjilo*? v. 3«). fJN *l Tb. be anxious, concerned, fear (Talm. S^W, 3N1 i<2.)_ Qal Pf. 3 ms. S*T} consec. 1 S 9' io 5 ; 2 ft. BJ«« Is 57"; /mp/. 3 ms. J»T Je 1 7 8 ; JKTC ,/, 38 19 ; Pi. S^l Je 38", D'JN" 5 ! Je 42"; — 1. be anxious, concerned, with reference to, in behalf of, c. ? 1 S 9' io 2 ; id. c. ?» Je 42" (famine personif.); sq. 'HNKriD f 38"; be anxious, abs. Je 17 8 (||*TC). * 2. fear, dread, sq. ace. of pers. feared Is 57" (II ^) Je 38" ( wher e also sq. cl. with |B). T3N1 n.pr.m. an Edomite, servant of Saul 1 S 2 1 8 22 9I818JJ ( v «w» Kt JTI cf. Dr) JKH,/, 52 s (title). TnjWl n.f. anxiety, anxious care — rutS't T t : TT . Jos22 24 +5t.; anxiety for=for fear of, c. |0 Jos 2 2 24 ; anxiety Pr 12 25 (where c. verb. masc. cf. Now), Je 49 s3 'T DJ2 ; anxious care Ez 4 1C 12 19 (in both |ftar#), 12 18 (IIB'SI and nm). NT>/t, cf. *5 sub ni% trnKIl vb. fly swiftly, dart through T T J .. O the air (cf. perhaps Ar. IS'j run vehemently (of camel))— Qal Impf. flKT Dt28 49 + 2 t. ; Xi + i8 u (> S 22" tn>Y);fiy swiftly, dart, of eagle Dt 28 49 , in simile of swift army; of Chaldaeans comp. with eagle, in judgment against Moab & Edom Je 48 40 49" (in both ||VD33 fens); of' in theoph. ^i8"(cf. 2S22 11 ) rm »D33-i»» NTi (||«iS»ji aTiyTS a?-w). T i"Wl ll.f. a bird of prey, possibly kite (93 Saad. T Bo H1 ' rM - ,l - m Di Lvn 14 ; Aram. KTM, Jfc— j; NH HH of diff. birds of prey; nameprob. fr. flying, swooping), Lvn 14 forbidden as food; cf. also Dt 14 13 twn n»Krrnw ns-ini where for nson rd. ntnri & del. flj^n ; so Sam ® j cf. Di J.c. T [n*nj n.f. id.- — frequenting ruins, cf. Di l.c; rtPI Is 34 15 (on nnn Dt 14 13 cf. foregoing), ^hn n.pr. v. sub II. "fft pen

-on S, v ; sq. "inK Je 42 16 ; sq. ace. Gn 19" (J); subj. sin yjr 101 s (sq. 3 pers.) Pn. Imp/. 3 mpl.

  • RJ?": P ass - of Hiph. 1 sq. 3, of crocodile's scales,

they are joined together JD41 9 (|| VtapJT); abs. of earth-clod-, Jb 38 s8 . Hiph. Pf. '3 fs. ,sf. ?nnp;ain j u 20 42 ; 3 P l. sf. sn^nn 2 s i 6 ; 1 s. 'npsin Jei3 n ; ?ip3irn Ez29 4 ;Vmp/jufS.p3T Dt28 :l ; p§"p. G1131 23 ; P^IK Ez 3 s6 ; V*?"p- Jui8 a 20 45 ;' , P a T 1 - iSi4 a + 2t. (cf. Ges' 63 * 4 Ko 1-210 ). 1. cause to cling or cleave to, sq. ace. + !>«, lit^pn-^K p'31K ^iB>bl EZ3 26 ; v. also 29 4 (sq.acc. + 3; lit.,butinmetaph.); fig.of causing to cleave to '1 Je 1 3 11 (sq. ace. + ?£); cf. further Dt 28 21 (subj. f i, sq. ace. of disease + 3). 2. pursue closely, sq. ,- ?nt< Ju 20 45 1 S 14 22 1 Ch io 2 =i S3 1 2 (sq. ace); so also 2 S i 6 (sq. ace.) 3. overtake, sq. ace. Gn 3 i 23 (E), Ju 1 8 22 ; cf. 20 42 (subj. nenben). Hoph. Ft. '•nip^p panp ^ie^ ■*fr 22 16 and my tongue is made to cleave (to) my gums; cf. sub Qal 1. T p'yi adj . clinging, cleaving (to), '1 abs. mv pai ank eh p r 18 24 ; |» npai 2 Ch 3" (of cherub's wing); of cleaving to " 3 D'pain Dt 4 4 . Tp2."7 n.m. I * 41,7 joining, soldering, ap- pendage — 1. '1 joining, soldering Is 41 7 . 2. pl. D'p^in appendages of breastplate (?) 1 K 22 s4 = 2 Chi 8 s3 i^n pa yj pa. (TheBeal.cf. VB: the jointed attachment or appendage to the rigid breast-armour, which covered the abdomen; >Klo prop, appendage of helmet; Thes suggests armpits, lit. joints (cf. *P pSIB Je 38' 2 X); Ew the soft muscles etc. connecting the chest with the bottom of the back.) L 'r* VJih! v ^- speak (original mng. dub.; range in order Thes is conjectural and not comprehensive enough; treiben MV does not explain Ar. or Heb. usage, but only Aram. A mug. go away, sustained by Ar. aj 'SI go away with it, would best explain the four branches of usage: — (1) Ar. yl depart, perish, iv. retreat, fig. retrograde, decline; yl passing away, death ; As. dabdru, Pi. drive away, Bez Orl.»t. Dlplom.Voc.b. ; J)i^ >ara> p eS t-god, Hpt. in KAT 2500 , ■Q'J pestilence, (a) Ar. j^S follow behind, in time, place, or station; -jj part behind, jjs back, TOI hindmost chamber of temple. (3) Syr. ;Jij lead, guide, cattle, sheep, government, take a wife, = Aram. IS" 5 ! ; Syr. Jtasf, Aram. 121 leader; Syr. Use?, Aram. K"13"n guidance; Syr. )»=>», Aram. N"}3 ! !, Heb. "Oft; Syr. j.a»i, Aram, tfjrip, Heb. 1310 jras- Jure, wilderness ; Ar. ^, Syr. )fcL.»CL=>?, Aram. t*Jn"13" ! I, Heb. Tjtt^ swarm of bees, may be in this line, as led by their queen, so Thes. (4) Ar. JJ J consider the end or issue (of an affair), relate (a story or tradition) ; >>_ yl consider, l j£ JS* plan against; Ph. 131 speak; Heb. 13"=! etc. Syn. of ION say, as Aram. P.?P with "H?¥ ; Gk. XaA«ii>, Xeyfiv; Lat. loqui, dicere; Germ, reden, sagen) — tQal ,, only inf. (once 1) & pt.: Inf. sf. 12?"!? (°y attraction to ip.BB>3 for usual Piel) + $1*; Pt. "131 Ex 6 s9 + 30 1.; pl. nn:n No 36 s ^ 109 20 ; cstr. n.3'1 ^ 5 7 + 3 1.; f. ni"i3'i Nu 2 7 7 ^ 3 1 I9 ; pass.131 p r 2^;— speak, abs. Nu 27 7 32 s7 36 s (P) f 51 6 '(?); 131. Tyj WO rd spoken Pr 25 11 ; with ace. rei 131 131 speaking a word Jb 2 13 ; HON V' I 5 S » WMl Am5 10 ,DnB"(a) Pr 16 13 Is 33 15 , pix Is 45 19 , t&0 Est io 3 + 28 s , (ff^ipt? f 63 12 101 7 Je 40 16 , 3ja ^ 5 7 58 4 , jn ^ 109 20 , rVX IS9 16 , IB'BJ nj.n Mi7 3 ; with b« of persow, «* Gn 16 13 (J) Ex 6 s9 (P) Je 38 20 40 16 Dn io" Jon 3"; *3]N3 t'n. the ears of Dts 1 Je 2 8 7 ; 7? concerning, about i/c 31 19 109 20 Je 32 42 (sometimes rendered against, but dub.); DJ> wj</i V' 28 3 ; a "igfon IJWp^n </ie aw/e 7 . <Aa< spafe? wiiA me (as a prophet, an instrument of com- municating with Israel) Zc I 91314 2 2 - 7 4 M - 5 5 510 6 4 (vid. prep. 3 III. 2 Ew » *" « < 3) ). t Niph.„ P/ 11313 Mai 3 16 , 113-13 ^ ' I9 23 , ,3 1?1? M al 3 13 ; Pi. D'lailin Ez 33 30 ; reciprocal sense, spea£ with one another, talk, abs. Mai 3 16 ; with 3, against ■v/' 1 19 23 Ez 33 30 ; with ?y, concerning, about Mai 3 13 (RV a^at'j^, vid. Ew 5 m ') Pi. los. -P/- "^ Gn I2 4 + , 13! Gn 2 1 1 + (on 131 Ex 1 2 s5 Dt 26 19 v. Bo* 1(,!lda) Ko L18S ); 7m^f. 13T Gn 44 7 + , ~>31! Gn 44 18 +; Irani? Gn 32 20 , plain ^ 5 8 2 ; Imv. "131 Gn24 38 +,' - 131 Ex ii 2 +'; Inf. 131 Gn2 4 50 4-, -»1 Is5 9 13 +; Pt.-vp® Gn 27 6 +; f. nianp i S i 13 + ;— psin Je 5 13 , inf. Ki 48 , prob. Ol's 1 *"' Ko ^ <5) , perhaps MV; but more prob. a noun, as Ges sra<2, - Anm - 3 Ew lia ", dub. pf. as Sta 5222 ; 131 DV3 Ex 6™ Nu 3 1 Dt4"; -l? 15 ! n^nri Ho i 2 ^ inf. Ki 48 Bo S9S7C7) Kb 523 *; but more'prob. pf., as Ges 562(2> ' Amn - 3 ); — speak, 1. abs. Dti8 17 + (throughout the literature) usu. with *lbN ?, less freq. "IC^'l : 2 K 1 8 s8 + , cf. the phrases + T1131 (>) VX Ez 5 13 + i8t. Ez; +131 "S Is i 2 21 17 22 s6 24 s 25 s Je 13 15 Jo 4 8 Ob 18 ; +131 '» »B "3 Is I 20 40 5 58 14 Mi 4 4 ; +13T » ^49 4 J fB 1310) ^66 14 145 21 ; + iai1 DDOT Je7 13 25 3 35 14 ; +131D Ot 11V Jb j 16.17.18 2. with ace. rei, very frequently, 'l nSwi train ns EX20 1 Dt5 19 +; isin nr& I'lai 11V why speakest thou any more of thy affairs ? 2 S 19 30 ; ^ ,r ?"]31"D{< TJ M ^7 7 W 181 have told my errand Gn 24 s3 ; seld. sq^l indef. ; as 131 "1 Is 58 13 speak a (mere, empty) word; so prob. also f^"!?! '"I Ho io 4 ; with other nouns, e.g. mtJ'p 131 spake rough words Gn 42 730 (E); nri3J 'l proud words 1 S 2 3 ; ni30 friendly words Je 12 6 ; 310 1 S 19 4 1 K 22 13 Est f; ipE> Is59 3 + , 3T3 Dn 1 i 27 , n»K Jea 4 + , Kit? ^ i2 3 + ; "W 131 «<ter, sw# a sora$f Ju 5 12 ; i>e>0 1 K 5 12 ; JVflrP the Jewish language Ne 13 24 ; tillD re- bellion Dt 1 3" Je 28 16 29 s2 . 3. with persons : a. rarely ace. WEy ^131 v3J <#ey cow&Z [woi] s]>eak unto him peaceably Gn 3 7 4 ( J ; but Ew * ^ * about him); nm . . .13T1 Nu 26 3 (P, but text corrupt vid. Di; no satisfactory explanation yet given, possibly rd. DPIX vid. d). b. most frequently with ?K throughout the literature: Gn8 15 + ; cf. phrases tub n&Ki b$ "■ 13T1 Ex 6 10 + 871. P; but +-|!> neto ba "• -on Ex 3 2 7 33'(JE); pns i>K "131 Lv6 18 + 8t. (P); ^3 $K 131 btrifc" Ex 6 9 + 38 1. (P); elsewhere, Ex 19 6 (E) Dt i 3 4 45 (D); niy.1 (b) i»N '1 Ex 12 3 Lv 19 2 Nu i6 24M (P); J? bit 'l speak unto one's heart Gn 2 4 45 , i.e. to oneself, cf. also nsi> bv '1 1 S i 13 , v. 5 infr. ; bn is used inexactly for by 1 S 3 12 1 K i6 12 Is i6 13 Je 27 13 30 4 33 14 36 731 40 2 50 1 5 1 12 ' 62 where it is rendered concerning or against, c. with ?, speak I01K 2 19 Ez 32 21 Dn 2 4 ; mn , 7 speak, sing to Yahweh words of a song Jos io 12 (D) 2 S 22' (= f 18 1 title); in D, b 131 promise to, in phrases b 0)131 1B>N3 Dt i 11 - 21 6 3 9 3 io 9 ii 28 12 20 15 6 18 2 26 18 27 s 29 12 Jos 1 3 1433 22" 23 610 (all D); b 131 itfK Dt g 28 1 K 8 2425 - 26 (= 2 Ch 6 151617 ).— b 131 Gn 2 4 7 28 15 4 9 28 Ex32 34 (J)Jos9 21 (P)Jui4 7 2S23 3 Is30 10 Zco 10 usu. rendered speak to, but oft. rather promise to. lb® H"7S ^b-l|l|» trVl j S ft possible to speak for thee unto tlie king ? 2 K 4 13 (by attraction to Tb Pfiflfe), d. with tlH! »peak with Gn 1 7 3 - 22 - 23 -QT ™ Jos 22" i7 l4 (allE) Dts 2 ■ 3I "3 4 »-33.m.3s Nu3 i i 2 23 8 34 6S 35 1315 Ex2 5 2

(all P) Gn 3 5 14 4 i 9 42 7 45' 5 Jos 

sources of S K Ch 2 S 3 s7 7 7 =iChi7 6 iK8 15 =2Ch6 4 iK 2 2 24 =2Ch 18 23 2Chio 10 (=i>N 1K12 10 ) Je5 5 7 22 9 7 35 2 3 S^ Ez 2 1 s 22 - 24 - 27 14 4 20 3 44 5 Dn i 19 Zc 8 16 ; cf. ]>hrases tinx DN in 131 speak one with another EZ33 30 ; +nN DDSB'D 131 speak judgments with, usu. = give judgment against, (not Je 1 2 1 ), Je I 16 4" 12 1 39 5 52" (= 2 K 25 6 ); HM I"I130 131 apeoi kindly with 2 K 25 28 = Je 52 32 . e. c. fOV speak ivith, (not P), Gn29 9 3l 2429 Ex 19 9 20 191922 33 9 Nu 1 1 17 22 19 Jos 24 s7 (all JE) Dt 5 4 9 10 Ju 6 17 1S9 25 (©ThWeDr b Wf# spread a couch for) I7 23 2 S 13 s2 1 K i 1422 2 K 6 :0 i8 M 2 Ch 9 ' (= b« 1 K io') Ne 9 " Est 6' 4 Je 3 2 4 DnS'^^io 1115 - 1719 Ho 12*; ^b DJJ 'JK 'ril31 / spake, communed with my heart Ec 1 ". f. + N!?? before, in thepresence o/Ex6 IJ NU36 1 (P) Ju'l i 11 1 K 3 K E*st 8 3 . 4. with 3: a. instru- mental, 3 131 speaA with, by, or 6y means of a person (vid. supr. Qal ad fin.) Nu 1 2 2 - 2 "- 8 (E) 2 S 2 3 2 (cf. Dr), 1 K 2 2 28 =2 Ch 18 27 , Hb 2'; +131 DB>3 speak in the name of Ex 5° (J) Dt 1 8 19 •»•»•» 1 Ch 2 1 19 Je 20 9 26 16 29 s3 44 16 Dn 9 s Zc 13 3 ; tT3 6y the hand ofNu if 21™ Jos20 2 (P) iS 28 17 iK8 63 + 13 1. K, 2Chio 15 (= 1K12") Is 20 2 Je 37 2 50 1 Ez 38 17 . b. local (fig.), ♦JJtffl m ^ ears of Gn 20 8 (E) Ex 1 1 2 Dt 32" (J)Gn2 3 16 Nui4 28 Jos20 4 (P)Dt3i 28M Ju 9 23 1 S 8 21 1 1 4 25 s4 2 S 3 1919 Je 26 16 Pr 23 s ; ttH 3?3 s}>eak in the Iteart Ec 2 15 . c. of the object, speak of, about (prep. 3 IV. e Ew ia7t(!) ) Dt 6' 1 1 ' 9 1 S 1 9 3,4 1^ 1 1 9 46 1 2 2 8 ; propose for (a wife) 1 S 25™ (cf. Ct 8 8 ). d. of hostility, against (Ew» fcl ») Nui2 18 2i"(E) Jbi9 18 + 50 20 78 19 . e. of price, Wjffl at the cost of his life 1 K 2 s3 (vid. 3 III. 3). 5. with +Sy, of the object concerning or about which one speaks Gni8"Nuio s (J) Jos2 3 14 (D) Ju 9 3 1 S 25 30 lK.2 4 ' 27 5 1313 I4 2 , 22 s3 (= 2 C11I8 22 ), 2 K IO 10 ,

21 = Is 37 12 , 1 Ch 22" 2 Ch 2 3 3 Je i 16 18 78 ' 9 

42 19 . It may have this tense in most if not all of the following, where RV renders 1 K 2 18-19 Est 7 9 Je 18 20 for; 2 Ch 32 16 Ne 6 ,s Je 1 1 17 i6 ,D 25 13 26 1319 35 17 Ez 36 s Dn 9 12 1 1 36 Ho 7 13 Am 3' against; and 1 K 9* 2 K 22 19 Je io 1 19 15 unto (bv is used for ^N unto 2 Ch 32 19 Je 6 10 25 s 26 2 Ho 1 2 11 ); cf. the phrase t3? ?V 131 speak upon the heart, speak kindly, comfort Gn 34 s 50 21 (E) Ju 19 3 Ru 2 13 , 1 S i 13 (seemingly from context by for ?X, to her heart, to herself, vid. Dr), 2 S 19 8 2Ch30 22 32 6 IS40 2 H02 16 . 6. with infin. tni*B>y!> 131 promise to do Ex 32 14 (J) Dt i 14 Ez 6 10 Jon 3 10 ; tnn 1 ; 131 promise to give Dt 19 8 ; intVib 131 threaten to blot out 2 K 14 27 ; cf. tlMtni' 131 i.e. so as to warn Ez 3 18 33 s . Bote.— n^osi Vir^?" n ? n 3irn. dp t pi 2 Ch

10 © airaur(, 33 interfecit, scribal error for 

13XR1 2 K 1 1 '. Other explanations: plct against, waylay (Ar. JjS) Thes MV; pronounce sen- tence, ellipt. D^E^O l3iniGes Hd " Rob; but cf. VB.— tPu. Irnpf. il3131>3' Di>3 in the day when she may be spoken for Ct 8 8 (vid. Pi. 4 c); Pt. l|a 131D ni!333 glorious things are being spoken in thee (RV Pe M v of thee) f 87 3 . tHithp. Pt. i3lD=l3iriD with ace. nil "Of) 1310 speaking this word 2S14 13 ; -en

■Q1 'b« 131D fa m) VDf heard {the voice, or) one speaking unto Nu 7 s9 (P) Ez 2 s 43" (Di Nu 7 s9 would id. 1310 after ®; the meaning not appreciably different from Piel; the Hithp. difficult to reconcile with btf). + Hiph. Impf. 'PIWI ttBJ "I3"|M V' 1 8 48 (2 S 2 2 48 has V$» for rare ISTI), UWIJ D'By 13T 47*; either (cf. Aram. 131) /goo's subject (so Ges coegit, De Now), or (cf. Ar.jSl turn tJw back, retreat) puts tofligM, fig. for subdues (so Hi). "Ill n.m.speech.word — Gm8 14 + 446t.; T THS9 cstr. -OT Gn i2 17 +36i t.; sf. 13} Nu ii b + (sfs. 66 t.); sg. in all 875 t.; pi. OT^ Ex 4 10 + 182 t; cstr. n3^ Gn 2 4 30 + 253 t.; sf. V"!?l Gn37 9 (sfs. 127 t.); pi. in all 564 t.; — I. sg. speech, discourse, saying, word, as the sum of that which is spoken : 1. of men, a. 131 |133 discreet in speech 1 S 16 18 ; 0?OQE> 1 speech of lips ^ 5 9 13 , wwre *o££ Is 3 6 5 ( = 2 K 1 8 20 ) Pr 1 4 s8 (cf. ^ 17' speech of God's lips); "ID 131 bitter sj>eech j/ 64*; 3J3 "I lying speech Pr 30 8 ; 31B

% *«*w i*-^oo^ 1 S 9 10 ; ay rvn i?3N 1311 

and the speech of Abner had been with the elders of Israel 2 S 3 17 (cf. 1 K I 7 ); tnrn 1311 ION say <Ai« saying Je 23 s8 31 23 cf. 13 12 14 17 (of God), 1 S8 10 ("" "131). b. word of command, ^B(n) 'T 1 Ch 2 1 4 - 8 Est i" + 6 t. Est, Ec 8 4 cf. 2 Ch 30 5 31 s Dn 9 s3 - 25 ; -HYobo '1 royaZ edicfEst i 19 ; flfc'y 1313 ao according to the command of Gn 44 2 47 30 Ex 8 927 1 2 s5 3 2 2S (J) Lv io 7 (P) Ju 1 1» Ezr 10 5 Ne 5 12 "; cf. 2 S 17 6 (word of counsel), 1 K 3 12 (request), 1 K 17 13 (proposal; on these mngs. v. infr.) c. message, report, tidings, Dyn HJy!l '"•J'! 1 T) 1 ? "91- "J" 1 ? and tlie people heard this evil report Ex 33 4 (JE) cf. 1 K 20 12 ; 1311 (rvn) HON the report was true 1 Kio s = 2 Ch 9 s ; N13 15? B3E>yO 131 im<i7 woto 1 come from you 2 S 15 28 ; HOT "ibo btf 1311 JJT1 Jon 3'; t" 13 ! 3H0O return or 6rm;7 wwo 7 , report Gn37 14 Nu 13 26 22 8 (J) Dt I 222i JOS I 4 7 22 32 (D) 1 K 2 30 20 9 2 K 22 920 (=2 Ch 34 1628 ), but anwer 1 S 17 30 2 S 3 11 24 13 (= 1 Ch 2 1 12 ), 1 K 1 2 6 - 9 (=2 Ch 10"), 1 2 16 Ne 2 20 Pr 1 8' 3 2 7" Is 4 i 28 Ez 9 11 (Dr 8m - »• I9 ° explains the phrase as turn back with a word); cf. H3y (xb) 131 answer something or nothing 1K18" 2 K iS 36 ^ 119 42 Is 3 6 21 JC44 20 vid. IV. 6; TOT D'lSl return words Ex 1 9 s (E) Pr 2 4 M vid . III. 1 . d. advice, counsel, Dy?3 1313 % advice of Balaam Nu 31" (P), cf. Ju 20 7 2 S 19 44 Est 5 5 . e. re- quest, WON of his maid, 113y of At« servant 2 S 1 4***. f . promise, 1131 brp Kb lie shall not break his word Nu 30 3 (P), cf.131 D'pl perform a pro- mise Ne 5 13 , vid. also 2 b. g. charge, complaint, iUl 1311 PWl nON DN ?y this -charge be true Dt22 20 cf. 13" 17 4 , 3 "an tpb 1S22 15 , om my heart swells with a good theme jr 45 s ; nil135 131 the story of his great might Jb 41 4 . 2. word of God, as a divine communication in the form of commandments, prophecy, and words of help to his people, used 394 times. This word is com- municated in several ways : a. bx '* 131 TO then the word of Yahweh came unto 1 S 15 10 2 S 7 4 (cf. DVibx 1 Ch 17 3 ), 1 K 6" 13 20 16 1 17 28 2 1 17 - 28 2 Ch n 2 (cf. Dwbta 1K12 22 ); cf. 1 Ch 2 2 8 (by by confusion), IS38 4 Je l 4 + 20 t. Je, Ez 3 16 + 41 t. Ez, Jon i 1 3 1 Hg2 20 ZC4 8 6 9 7 4 - 8 8' (without bm) v 18 ; tbt« * '1 1*1 Gn 15 1 2 Ch 12 7 Je 25 3 + 4 t. Je, Ez i 3 + 7 t. Ez, Dn9 2 Zc i 1 - 7 7 1 ; tb« '* 'i ran Gn 15 4 1 k i 9 9 ; tbx rwi *• 'i S24 ,1 iKi6 7 i8 1 2K20 4 Ez24 20 ; tT3Tn"n Hgi 1 2 110 ; tT3 '> 'l W1 Hg i 3 ; fiete "• '"I bx n

Ho i l Jo i 1 Mi i 1 Zp i 1 ; t' 1 '1 ren ib»n 

vb« 1K18" Je I 2 ; +'-V b« '» 'T rWl "IB'N Je 14 1 46 1 47 1 49 34 (vid.lK'X 6 a); b« nvi 1B« 131H Je 7'+ 11 1. Je ; f' 'n HN 2K 3 13 Je 23 s8 27 18 ; cf. 333^ 131 "'JN unto me a word was brought by stealth Jb4 12 , cf. "• ^ vbx f^fj 0101 and the word of Yahweh was not yet revealed unto him 1 S3 7 . Yahweh also sends his word nbt? ^ 107 20 147 18 Is 9 7 Je 42 s (cf. pi. Zc 7 12 ) and makes it an object of vision HN1 Je 2 31 38 21 (cf. pi. Ez 1 i 25 ),ntn Is 2 1 ; it is also commanded mxEx 16 1632 35 4 Lv8 5 9 6 17 2 Nu 3 o 2 3 6 8 (P) Dt 4 2 13 1 i5 u Josi 13 4 10 (D) 1 Ch i6 ls (=V, 105 8 ) Ne i 8 Je 7 s3 , cf. mt lew OnSW Ex 35 1 Lv8 M (P) Exi9 7 (E) Dt 6 6 . b. Yahweh confirms his word of promise Dt 9 6 i S I 23 (where read ?D31 thy word ace. to @ @ & Dr), i K, 2 4 6 12 8 20 Je 29 10 33", and his word of warning 1 K 1 2 15 Dn 9 12 ; his word stands for ever Is 40 8 ; it is settled for ever in heaven ^ 1 19 89 ; he remembers his holy word TC>ipi31 + io5 42 (cf. iBHp, n^l Je 2 3 9 ); he him- self Jo 2 1 ', the angels ^iO3 £0 , and forces of nature ^ 148 8 1131 TWV do his word of com- mand ; by his word the heavens were made jr 33 s ; it is near his people, in their mouth and heart Dt 30 14 ; a lamp to their feet ^ 119 105 . II. saying, utterance, sentence, as a section of a discourse: — 1. of men, a. WJ)3 131 a word in due season Pr 15 s3 cf. Jb 4 2 Pr 12 25 ; commonly in plural, t( f1 )^ , B'( l ! , ) , "! : ?' ! ! words of the song (i.e. its lines of poetry) Dt3i 30 32" i/c 18 1 ( = 2 S 22 1 ) 137 3 ; Til naP13 bbn to sing praises with the words of David (his psalms) 2 Ch 29 30 ; D, ° 3 D 131 sentences of the wise Pr 1 6 22" Ec 121

in

17 i2 n ; these sayings are commonly written, 

ef. mjta *&l words of the Utter Est 9 26 ; Dnann D'p'riS) the records are ancient 1 Ch 4 s2 ; nan nsp(n) Is 29" 18 Je 29 1 . T». iiiJe of writings: nSn'p nan Ec i 1 , ■«* *l Pr 30', bvntb 'l Pr 3 i l , yVU H f j 'l Je i 1 , so Am i 1 Nei 1 ; cf. in appen- ded phrase or clause, Je 51 64 , 3VN 'l Jt>3i 40 . C. in Ch name of a work: D^tnn 'l 2 Ch 33 18 ' 19 , n^DB> '12 2 Ch 12 15 , mn> '12 2 Ch 20 34 , *1 5>J* hxcv iCh2 9 w ; jru'i by iCh29 w 2Ch 9 M , by

  • U 'n i Ch 29 s9 . (It is not certain whether

writings of prophets or histories about them are referred to ; in the latter case they are acts, IV. 2, vid. Dr lDtr497 .) 2. of God: D*iyf} IT^ <Ae <m words (sentences in the tables) Ex 34 s8 (JE) Dt4 13 io 4 , referred to as Dnann EX34 1 (JE) Dt 4 1036 5 19 9 10 io 2 ; of commands of cove- nant code Ex 24 3 - 1 - 8 cf. 34 s7 ( JE) ; of Deu- teronomic code Dti7 19 ( + i6t. D) 2K22 11 23 s - 24 (cf. 2CI134 19 - 31 ) Je n 2 - 8 34 18 ; the law- book of Joshua Jos24 26 (E); of the code of Ezra Ezr 7 11 9 4 Ne 8 913 ; the words of Yahweh written by Jeremiah Je 25 13 36 4 ' 32 51 61 ; the words of the book of Daniel Dn 12 49 ; com- mands in general 1 S 15" * 50 17 iig 67130139 ; promises 2 S 7 28 Ne 9 8 , cf. 1 Ch 25 s 2 Ch 36 16 . III. a word, words: — 1. of men : nns nst? EnriK D , "]3"I1 one lip, and one and the same words Gn 1 1 1 (J); B>ifl V* ~& P« no speech and no words tjr 19 4 ; E , ")?' ! ! &H man of words, ready in speech, Ex 4 10 (J) ; tFCft 3n multitude of words Jb n J Pr io 19 Ec 5 2 ; Dnan D3?V V% take with you words Ho 14 3 ; npB'(n) (')nan lying word{s) Ex 5 9 2 3 7 (E) Pr 13 6 29 12 Is 59 13 Je 7 4 ' 8 ; nn n3n words of wind, vain words Jb 16 3 ; 'CTVOfi tO"! J*»B>"npl and wto a whisper of a word we hear of him ! Jb 26 14 . 2. 0/ God. It is difficult to determine how many of the following should come under II. 2. The pi. for words of God is relatively seldom: Gn 20 8 Ex 1 9 6 Nu 1 2 6 Jos 3 9 (E) Ex 4 2830 Nu 1 1 24 (J) Dti8 19 Jos2 3 14 (D) iSa"^'"^ 1 2 Chi i 4 Jb 42 7 Pr30 6 Is 31- Dn io' 1 Am8" Mi 2 7 , apart from Je 3 12 + 30 1. Je, Ez 2 7 + 4 t. Ez, Zc i 6 + 4 1. Zc. IV. matter, affair, thing about which one speaks: — 1. business, occupation: T|7t3n n3n king's business 1 S 21 9 ; n3n - ;>ap for every matter of 1 Ch 26 s2 27 1 2 Ch 19 11 ; "73? Tl?1 for all thine affairs 1 Ch 28 s1 ; n3n ration Nui8 7 ; D? Dnb-pK ion <% Aa<Z no dealings with Ju 18 728 '; t^a Di'nan the task or portion of a day in its day, daily duty or due Ex 5 1319 (E) i6 4 (J) Lv 2 3 37 (P) 1 K 8 69 2 K 25 30 1 Ch 16 37 2 Ch 8 13 (DV3) v 14 3 1 16 Ezr 3* Ne n 23

47 Je 52 s4 Dn i 6 ; tniCO n3B>n3n 1 K io M 2 Ch 

9 s4 . 2. pi. ac<* cstr. T?1 1 K 1 i 4141 1 Ch 2 9 29 2 Ch 12 15 16"; fVJfl his acts 2 Ch 13" 3s 27 ; especially in phrases, nan nSD"7j; . . . *J3^ T^JJ D'Djn and <Ae rf«< 0/ the acts of. . . in the book of the chronicles (daily record of events) of 1 K

28 + 32 1. K.; nan nrn 2 Ch i 3 M + 8 1. Ch, 

vnan nJTJ) 2 Ch 28 26 , n:n ^ 2 Ch 9 s9 are referred to various sources; cf. also naDD3 own nn i Ch 27", tvt nana 1 Ch 23 s7 , bmfc" 'ote nsn-by 2 Ch 33 18 : n»aio D^an ooorf c?e«(/« 2 Ch 12 12 19 13 ; ni^JJ nan ac ts of iniquity yfr 65 4 (De, Falle von Missetliaten); Jn-nin ei n7 deeds Je S 28 . It is used of God, only in V13T 73 rnjh vb Jb 33 13 , vnink 1 ^ 105 27 , T9*4fJ "1 ^ 145 5 . 3. matter, affair: nnw nai a/fair of Uriah I K 15 5 ; 121 Vhti root of the matter Jb 19 28 ; n3nn n'n nD how went the matter t 1 S 4 16 2 S i 4 cf. Eu 3 18 ; nann '3D nK a3D change the face of the matter 2 S 14 20 ; niJh*5n nip] </«; matter of the asses 1 S io 2 ; nvnn n3n nt this is the case of the slayer DU9 4 ; Vn3n-72p 1 K 6 M as to all its particulars. 4. events, things: in the phrase, tn?Nn Dnann nnK after these things (events in time) Gn 15 1 22 1 40 1 (E) 39 7 (J) iKi7 17 2i' Ezr7> Est2 1 3 l ; tDnann nnx Tbxn Gn 48 1 Jos 24 s9 (E) Gn 22 20 (J) 2 Ch 32 1 . 5. cause, case for judicial investigation: nfl^S 121 Dnb if they have a case Ex 18 16 cf. 18 22 22"; D'lan bV2 one having a case Ex 24 14 , cf. nana dspd 2 Ch 19 6 ; tiNlsp D'alo l^an ^a*, ^oorf and riafe 2 S 15 3 cf. Jos 20 4 . 6. something, anything (indefinite): 13T nfe*y a"o a <At'na Gn 2 2 16 + (frequent); man PflW Is 42 16 + (less frequent); nan '"D N^B'n Gn 18" cf. Je32 1727 ; nan...N^»io«/«wo 1K5 7 io 3 IS39 2 Je42 4 + (fre- quent), nan |"K Ex 5" (E) Nu 20" 1S20 21 ; 'D nan vb nothing of Ex 9 4 (J) Jos 8 s6 1 1 15 2 1 45 23 14 (D); nan b anything Nu 31 23 Dt 23 20 + ; jn nan ^ 141 4 + ; aio 'n 1 K 14" + ; no-nan whatsoever Nu 23 s (E); nan niny Dt 23 13 naked- ness of a thing, i.e. unclean or unseemly thing (indecency in camp); so of a wife 24 1 . 7. way, manner: nEC^n nan nt this is the manner of the release Dt 15 2 (cf. SI 1 ); nan |3 T]PDn so was the way of the king Est i 13 ; nana ntn after this manner, thus t Gn 1 8 25 3 2 20 44 7 (JE) 2 S 15 6 Ezr io B Ne 5 1213 with (nvy), 1 S 9 21 2 S I 4 3 I7 S (121), 1S17 2730 IS8 20 (nON), Ne6 45 (n^), Ne 6 4 (3'B»n) cf. 1 S 17 30 , 2 K 7 19 (rm)j (peculiar to D, ntn inn nsna such a wicked deed as this Dti3 12 i9 w , ntn bran nana Dt 4 32 ); rkft n^Nn O^nana thus and thus did he Gn 39 19 -a-r

■QTO (J) i S 2° (but usually the pi. = these words). 8. reason, cause: DSrrnan nt I K 9"; nann nt "i{?N (ftu M the reason why Jos 5 4 (D) 1 K 1 i 27 ; so 1 S 17 29 AV RV, was it not but a word? Th Ke RVm VP Dr ; ... nan by because of, for the sake of Gn20 UA *(V) i2 17 4 3 18 Ex8 8 (J) NU17 14 ( p ) + 45 s 7 9 9 , "I?" 1 ! ^? Je 1 4 1 ; DJTaT^S/w yo«r sokes Dt4 21 , new nan i>y Dt aa 1 ** 23 s 2 S 13 22 . "O^I **•*&• pestilence (cf. Ar. JjS, *LJ^ , de- parture, death)— Ex g 3 + ; nan Hb3 6 ; sf.Tnan Ho 13 14 ; — 1. plague, pestilence, in general Ex 5 3 9 ' 5 Nu 14 12 (J) LV26 25 (H) Dt 28 s1 , 2 S 24 1316 ( + v 15 * © We Dr)=i Ch 21 1214 , 1 K 8 37 =2 Ch 6 s8 , 2 Ch 7 13 20 9 V 91" Je 14 12 + 16 t. Je, Ez 5 I2 +iit.Ez,Hoi3 14 Am4 10 Hb 3 Ed.^J?*, or the like, 1 S 4 s , for MTnantsa, We Klo Dr. t2. cattle-plague, murrain Ex 9 3 (J) = ^ 78 50 . t[" ^] n.[m.] pasture (cf. Aram. *l>-f% Syr. J Is?)— a£ Vonn -jina TJJ| as a flock in the midst of its pasture Mi 2 12 (art. with sf., cf. Ges* 127,4b , who attaches 1 as conj. to foil, word) ; Dnana 0^23 Wyi and lambs shall feed as (in) their pasture Is 5". trnirn n.f. pi. floats, rafts 1 K s 23 . T LiTO'lJ n.f. cause, reason, manner — cstr. nnan PJJ because of for the sake o/Ec 3 18 7" 8 2 ; Pipibp VJ^PI after the order, or manner, of Melchizedek f no* (' ancient genit. ending, to soften transition in poetry, Ges now.). gf »^m my caMge> ^ j b5 s ti. rOiy! n.f. bee (cf. Ar. J_>j, swarm of bees, Aram. Wnnan, Syr. Jtiljco?) Is 7 18 ; pi. OTfin, Dt i 44 Ju 1 4 8 V' 1 1 8 12 . Rd. also Wl^ t<«  6e«« 1 S 14 26 for MT Bon cf. © We Dr. tn. rniTT n.pr.f. (bee) — 1. the nurse of Rebekah Gn 35 s . 2. the prophetess Ju 4*»***M -1.7.12.15 O TrOD." 7 ! n.pr.loc. Levitical city in Issachar, the present Dehurije at the foot of Mt. Tabor ( Rob BBm.2io Ed™ 249 ) Jos 19 12 (main) 21 28

Ch 6". 

ti. T , 21 n.m. (cf. Ar. l/i back, 'j>1 part behind) hindmost chamber, innermost room of the temple of Solomon=E'Vhpn BHp> holy of holies, most holy place, the place of the ark and the cherubic images, the throne-room of Yah- weh 1 K 6' 1819 - 20 - 21 - 22 - 23 - 31 7 4 » (=2 Ch 4 20 ) 8 68 (=

Ch 5 1 ') 2 Ch 3 16 V 28 2 . Prob. rd. n<an a K 

io 25 also, for MT Tp ; so Klo after ®L. (It is translated oracle in AV RV after Aq Sym xpn- paTiarriptov, 93 oraculum, on the incorrect theory that it was derived from nan S2>eak.) til. "1^2."! 1. n.pr.m. king of Eglon Josio 3 . 2. n.pr.loc. a. nnan c . n__ 1 0C .,N. border Judah Jos 1 5 7 (westward Hup i/<- 2 8 2 ). b. ">?T> town of the Gadites Jos 1 3 s6 , perh. Lddebdr 2 S 9" vid. nan tfi> Di MV. c. n<an j u i 1111 1CI16 43 , nnan Jos i o 3839 , elsewhere nan Jos 1 5 15 + , a royal city of Canaanites anciently called nap JVnp Jos 1 5 15 Jul 11 , H3p JVnp_ J 08 15 49 ; on the' moun- tains of Judah, in region of Hebron Jos xi 51 15 49 , assigned to the Aaronite priests Jos 21 15 as a city of refuge 1 Ch 6"; mod. Dhohertye, 5 hours SW. fr. Hebron, ace. to Kn, so Survey '"• 402 ; other conject. in Di Jos io 39 Ri HWB ^. ■TS' , 1 n.[m.] speaking (so Ew* ,56 ) Je 5 13 °?3 P& ™.™; ace. to Hi Gf Ki (less prob.) vb. with art. for relat. (vid. [nan] Pi.) : but rd. rather "l^nn f an d the word is not in them. t|"rnin] n.f. word— Tnhsno *fy* he re- ceiveth of thy words Dt 33 s (poem).

  • " r G' ! J n.pr.m. a Danite Lv 24 11 .

ti. ["^"TCJ n.m. mouth, as organ of speech, — 1JNJ T$"]9 thy mouth is lovely Ct 4 s ||T]^n < inBB', © atd, Jer eloquium. . *Q"TO n.m. wilderness — Dt 32 10 +; t : ■ 270 ' T| c.nloc.nnint? Josi8 12 +i5t.; cstr. Exis^ + j nnano 1 k 19 16 ; sf. Pnant? is 51 3 ;— 1. tracts of land, used for the pasturage of flocks and herds, nanp rtfSO WSfa the pastures of the wilderness put forth green grass Jo 2 s2 ; 'D 'i IBJTP the pas- tures of the wilderness drop (fertility) ^ 65 13 ; 'D 'J IBO; are dried up Je 2 3 10 , cf. Je 9° Jo 1 19 - 2 °. 2. uninhabited land, 13 DnNTfcO nana wilderness in which is no man Jb 38 s6 ; the abode of peli- cans yfr 102 7 ; wild asses Jb 24 s Je 2 24 ; jackals Mai I s ; ostriches Lam 4 s ; fhto nansa yjnpi? HpfTHJ na]yxi EWTTfc O that I had m the wilder- ness a lodging place of wayfarers, that I might leave my people Je 9 1 ; ^"? H? 3 n ??' 3i|B better to dwell in a desert land, than with a conten- tious woman Pr 21 19 ; JCt?) 5>j?J Whai nant? psa in a desert land, and in a waste howling wilder- ness Dt32 10 . 3. large tracts of such land bearing various names, in certain districts of which there might be towns and cities: IXB^ nnp atw nnsn vnyi nano ht the wilderness and its cities lift up (their voice), the villages that Kedar doth inhabit IS42 11 . There were six cities in the wilderness of Judah Jos 15 6162 ; nanen usually = wilderness of the wanderings CUT

n

Gni4 s Nui4 16M - 32 - 33 - 33 + , or the great Ara- bian desert Ju ii ffi + ; but may also refer to any other Ct 3 6 8 Special tracts — (a) of the wilderness of the wanderings were "HE> 'o Ex i5 22 ,pDExi6 1 + ,^DExi9 1 + ,pNsNui3- 6 + , JX Nu 20 1 + , Vft> ■f 29 s , Dm Nu 33 s ; (b) in W. Pal. fmn* 'D Ju i 16 -^ 63 1 cf. Jos 15 61 , Jiyo 1 S

24.26 ; fj, r j g 23 15 26 2 ; y-jgj 1N3 Q n 2 jH ^ pj, 

iS24 2 ,jnpn2Ch2o 20 ,^li'2Ch2O 16 ,py33 2S2 24 ; (c) in East. Palestine 3N1D Dt 2 8 , DHN 2 K 3 s , nionp Dt 2 26 . 4. fig. n?l ^l THrS ij^*?') n'X and (lest I) make her as a wilderness and set Iter like a dry land Ho 2 5 ; *?$}&!? Vjl linen Aave / been a wilderness to Israel ? Je 2 31 . t£0*"7 (/ of foil.; cf. Ar. ,JL>.»1 ix. become black or brown, of a colour between black and red; vid. deriv.; so Fl v. infr. ; yet vb. in this mng. perh. denom. fir. (jLjj i.e. having the colour of dibs). tmi 54 n.m. 1814M honey (named from colour ace. to Fl NHWB' 439 ; Ar. Jfy {J°>>, JLjo) date-honey; NH tfcl, Aram. WBOT; «£f, LLsf. honey both of fruits and of bees; cf. also As. dispu C0T Gl0B Zim BPS4 Dl mo )— abs. 1 Gn 43" + 33t-; ^Ex 3 8 +i8t.; sf.^Cts'; — honey, product of bees, used as food Ju 14 8918 (in lion's carcass); found in (clefts of) rock Dt 32 13 (y^BO "1, in song, JE), -f 8i 17 ("1 -VIS!?); in forest, on ground 1 S 14 25 (fllETl VSrbv) v 26 C" 1 "yU; but read rather t fi3' ! j ifen i<« bees had departed, We Dr after ©) v 29 - 43 ; transported in jar or bottle "1 p3p? 1 K 14 3 ; contrib. to priests and Levites 2Cb.3i 5 ; || ftNOn 2 ^ 17 29 Is 7 1522 (in last two the being limited to such food is apparently token of destitu- tion); kept in store Je4i 8 ; a choice gift Gn 43" (J)> article of trade Ez 27 17 (in these two perh. = grape syrup, mod. dibs, cf. Di Gn 43" v. Rob BK "' 81 ); forbidden as burnt offering Lv 2 » (|| IK?'); honey comb = '^ JTTjrj 1 S 14 27 (cf.

  • T£ Ctg 1 ); also * 1 I** Pi-16 24 (cf. Q'bw nsi

1^19"); most often in phrase describing abun- dance in land of Canaan *H 3^n roj flS Ex 3 817 i3 5 33 3 (all JE) Lv 20 24 (H) Nu 13 27 14 8 16 1314 (all JE) Dt 6 3 11 9 26 9 - 15 27 3 31 20 (all D) Jos 5 6 (D) Je 1 1 6 3s 22 Ez 20 615 ; cf. Dt 8 8 2 K 18 32 (of land of captivity, words of the Eab- shak); v. also Ez 16 1319 Jb 2 o 17 flNCHI "1 *Jq|; honey, used to illustrate moral teachings Pr 24 13 (|| nsi), 25 1627 (danger of surfeit); sim. of sweetness of taste Ez 3 3 (the roll), cf. riivaxa "13 Ex 16 31 (P; description of manna); of sweet- ness of the law + 19" (|| D'BW JIBS) cf. ig m ; (of pleasant words Pr i6 24 cf. supr.); sweetness of lips 3^m *1 Ct 4"; fig. of love "VTl Ct 5' (|pyv?v:6n). t [ntTlT] 1 . n.f . hump (of camel) (et ymol. t) cstr. Is 30 6 D^P3 ttyrbv. 2. n.pr.loc. on border of Zebulun Jos iq 11 IW'lS. 'ttfelT n.pr.m. a son of Etam ? 1CI14 3 ; MT has i^Tl • • • ^HJ! Q y$ ,3 « %] ® oSto. v!o5 A.Vd v , cf. 3S;='i> 93 ft|ptn c f. Be Ot (< 'S'SK U3 f6«, as some MSS.) On real signi- ficance of names cf. Dt? , J?. iT'^}] vb. multiply, increase (intr.); —Qal Impf. 3 mpl. pNn 3TJO anb 13T1 Gn 48 16 (E).

  • 1

n.m. 'fish(NH ^.)— "Jon 2 '■'■" + Nei3 16 Qr (Kt J»W); D'W iK5 13 +6t.; *g) Gn 9 2 + 7 1. ;-^/?sA. of'sea Jon a"-" (in v 1 Wv "1); Ne 1 3 16 (3NT Kt n article of Tyrian trade; only here coll., rd. perh. fU'J; or regard as late usage, cf. converse fin of individual Jon 2 2 ); — else- where always pi.: as subj. of Solomon's utter- ance 1 K 5 13 ; fish-spear DTI 7S?X Jb 40 31 ; most often Djn ^ Gn 9 2 (P), V, 8' Ho 4 3 Zp i 3 Ez 38 20 Jb 1 2 8 (in all opp. to beasts & birds, & ap- par. used with them, +K»cn Ez. cf. vb. fe»on Gn, for animal creation in general; also Hb i" cf. infr.); Nu n 22 (JE) of fish (with beasts) as food (cf. Gn 9 2f ) in simile of men ensnared, like fish taken in net (fl fXD) Ec 9" cf. Hb i" (DW W); 4t. tr?W -W fish-gate 2Ch3 3 14 Zp i 10 Ne 3 3 12 39 (on situation cf. "W). t PUP1 n.f. fish (NH !'rf.)-nn Nu 1 1 6 + 5t.; cstr. TOT Gni M +4t.-|-Ez29 4b (del. B Co); sf. fop. 'Ez 47 10 © m Co; (MT DTUl), BCji Is5o 2T ^io5 29 + Ez47 10 MT cf. supr.— fish, almost always coll. ; fish of sea QJO na"*I Gn i S6 - 28 (P)Ez47" > (insim.);inNile("iS!)Ex7 18 ' 21 (E) cf. f 105 29 , TlM) fl?! Ez 29" (cf. supr.) v s ; in sea and rivers IS50 2 Ez 47 910 ; food in Egypt Nu ii 3 (JE); image of fish forbidden in wor- ship, as of beasts and birds Dt 4 18 (on sacredness offish, and use in sacrifice cf.Selden D,,I) " 8S,r ""- 3 ; RS s.m.i.w4J. of gin gi e fisn on ]y Jon 2 2 ^ 2 i.i.n yy by late usage; cf. conversely 3X'1:=n3'1 coll. Ne 13 16 . t [jit, 3"' T l] vb. denom. fish for, catch — Qal Pf. 3 mpl. sf. D«H1 consec. Je 16 16 (but as Qal dub. Ges ' "• 2 ; Sta' ! lmb - 2 regards as Hiph. (abbrev.), No iZKO. 1883, MO conj. Pi.) ^n

t^^ln-m.*' 47 ' 10 fisher, fisherman, only pi. ttjjl Is i 9 8 , B*?n Qr Je 16 16 (Kt D'JH), DWEz47«'&Kt Jei6 16 . TrO'R n.f. fishing, fishery, only in NB>?1 rOfl DVVpa Am 4 2 (|| niasa) of metaph. for dragging Isr. captive (cf. for practice referred to, in case of fish, Ez 29* & Jb 40 26 scornful sammons to do it with crocodile, if possible ! v. Herod' 1,70 on mode of capturing crocodiles). tflJH n.pr.m. 186 ' 4 god & idol of Philistines (cf. As. Dagan, Dakan(nu), name perh. non- Sheroitic COT JU16 23 Dl p » 139 Sayce EelB,lb - 188t - but v. Jen infr.) — god of Ashdod, exc. Ju 16 23 (Gaza) & 1 Ch io 10 (but cf. infr.);— Dn>n6N Jin Ju 16 s cf. OVI^I pn 1 S 5 7 , "1 JV3 1 S 5" 1 Ch io 10 (here hardly orig. cf. || 1 S 31 10 & We Dr); "l ♦ani 1 S 5 s , T friSD v 5 ; as name of image '1 (5>rc<) v** 4 , bsb pan v 3 - 4 , v^>y -ik£j "1 pn v 4 (but sense difficult; We prop. wl only his fish, i.e. fishy part, was left upon him, v. also Dr ; — but was Dagon a fish-£od 1 Cf. works cited above & Scholz GO, " nd " : " st238ff -, Baud in PRE 21 "" "-, esp. Jen Kam ° l - m "■). Vid. JVH JVa p. 1 1 1 . t [/J^] vh. look, behold (As. dagdlu, Lotz "" 131 ; fhe T s RobGes MV SS De make 5wN a denom. fr. ?}/}. = lifted up like a banner, or furnished with a banner, i.e. exalted, distin- guished, AVRV chiefest);—Pt.j>ass. n33-]0 %1 Ct 5 10 looked at, conspicuous, ace. to D1 HA4 °. t[?;n] n.m. Nu1014 standard, banner (As. diglu D1 HA « P "»; cf. also Di Nu 2 2 ); cstr. b}1 Nu 2 s +7t,; sf. ^ Nui 52 +2t.; pi. sf. D°9?f^ Nu 2 17 - 31 - 34 ; — standard, partic. of sepa- rate tribes of Isr. ITWr n:nD '~ etc. Nu 2 31018 - 25 io 1419 - 2225 ; cf. also i 62 2 2 (||nnfc) v 1 ™ 1 - 34 (all P); fig. Ct 2 4 nans •by &rn. ■ L - ?"^J v ^- denom. carry, or set up stan- dard, banner — Qal Impf. 1 pi. Pa*13 |2o' (Gr Che i"33; Bi ?^?, after © @ ; Now 7WJ ; poss. b'tiil) set up standard in battle, cf. DP r 61 . Niph. Ft. fpl. Tirana Ct 6 410 bannered, sup- plied with standards, pt. as subst., of bannered hosts, cf. De. Ul (-/of foil. mng. dub.; NH [« Pa. heap up etc. seems to be denom.; 01 !2isb ' 4 der. p^ fr. nj% cf. MV; We sktoM ""-' 7 » inclines to regard

  • J*J as der. fr. n.pr. divin. pi (cf. |Un), as cereaZ

fr. Ceres). T J3"l n.m. corn, grain (of cereals) (NH id., PT Sam. tn<Y v. Thes. ; cf. Ph. fJT riPlt)- f«  Gn 2 7 s8 + 2 9 1.; cstr. :i ^ 7 8 24 ; sf. »?«, Ho 2 ", 1?in Dt7 13 i2 17 i4 23 i8 4 ,^Dtn 14 ,1]3nis62 8 ,DJn V' 4 8 65 10 — com, c. B*VVn «i W < ( q^v., Gn 27^ 37 (both J) V4 8 Is 62 s Ho 2 11 7 14 9 1 Zc 9 17 ; cf. also Nu 18 27 (P; here, for B^-PD, 3PJJTW nsfa), La2 12 (where £), Ho 14 8 (where JS3 & '}«  l«a>); rt^m fnpNof land of Canaan Dt 33 s8 ; of land of capt i v. ( words of the Rabshak ) 2 K 1 8 32 = Is 36 17 (other products, also, named in both); usually c. eTW & "HI* Nu 18 12 Dt7 13 11" 12 17 14 23 18 4 28" 2 Ch 3 i 5 ( + t*n) 3 2 28 Ne R u io 40 I3 M3 Je 31" Ho 2'»- 24 Jo i» a»» Hg A also Jo i' 7 Me ; (cf. 2 K 18 32 Is 36 17 supr.); alone, rare and late Nes 2 - 310 j,6^° Ez 36 29 ; Bff f^ W f 78 s4 ;— of the above the following refer to firstfruits offered to the priests Nu i8 12 (cf. v 27 ) Dt 1 8 4 2 Ch 3 1 5 ; to tithe Dt 1 2 17 1 4 s3 Ne 1 3 512 ; to both generally Ne io 40 ; to loaning on' usury Ne 5 1011 .

  • It V ] vb -g ath er together as a brood (cf.

Aram, ^heap together; so i^,* Nasar.)— Qal Pf. 3 ms. "U} Je 17"; 3 fs. ,TVn I s ^—gather together into its shadow Is 34 15 (of tap, q. v .), <x ** "ty Je 17" (of partridge; sim. of one getting riches unjustly). t[Tj] n.m. **" breast, better teat, nip- ple (rirSoi Aq Pr5 19 Symm EZ23 3 ' 21 ; NH & Aram. 11; primit. caressing word ; ace. to Fl in NHWB'- 436 )— Du. cstr. *T? Ez 2 3 3 - 8 (both del. ® S Co); sf. 1JJT! Ez 23 21 (rd. T Sna 8 ); of Samaria & Jerusalem under fig. of young women EZ23 3 (•nbvia «W) c f. v 8 ; Jjni v 21 ; but prob. del. 1 in Ez cf. supr. & Gei Cr,chrlft397 .— Vid. also IV sub me*. % TTff v. sub in. t[)7TT] vb. [move slowly] (NH Pi. nil lead slowly, Hithp. rJTWj Aram. , ' ! ! , !, TJ%J; Ar. [jb is run gutc^/y (of a camel): on foi-m, cf. Kii 1 - 587 ; SSder.fr.nNTcf.Sta sll2 *- la) '- 129b ' 681d )— Pi. Impf. 1 s. sf. tms (so read for MT 011$ Dy Bi & Che, cf. his crit. note) lead slowly (in procession) ^42 6 . Hithp. Impf. 1 s. nTW Is 38 16 ; also sf. D^IK f 42 s MT but cf. supr.^— walk deliberately, at ease (De Che Di), or as in procession (Ew), Is 38 15 (cf. Che Di VB). T» Kt v. inn sub in. tjTnn.pr.loc. & gent.;— '1 Gn io 7 +8t. nrn

tn + Ez 27 20 (but v. infr.) c. n loc. nj-JI Ez 25 13 cf. Ges ♦ K - s *" ""• ;— 1 . under fig. of son of nDjp and grandson of twa (v. these arts.) Gn 10" (brother of *$&) = 1 Ch i 9 Ez 27 20 ; cf. "1 M? v 15 (but rd. here perh. pi ® u.'oi 'Podiuv, cf. Sta ■"* ,,m ", also ) = 1 Ch i 32 ; Je 49 8 1 "2p This is appar.' a northern branch of 1, cf. Di Gn 25 s . — On pT in MI 31 - 31 cf. Sm & So" 1 "- 29 No 108 -"-- 8 ' 1887 CI Gann JA *' Jan ' 1887, I07 piyri v. rn.

  • [" , ?T^] adj. gent, only pi. as subst. nim.K

HP}}! IsVi 3 . t Crn n.pr.gent.pl. Gn io 4 ; but=D'ph 1 Ch i 7 ; rd. here D-m, so © Sam Di Sta D.Fop.j.vm.11. cf Ez 27 15 supr. sub pi- t[Dn -T] vb- astonish, astound (Ar. l^j, 1^3) — Niph. f»e. tMTJJ Bh*| Je 14 9 like a man astounded (|| PBHt6 Wr> »6 "fa??); © M= I |M "II vb.rush, dash, of horse (onomat.? perh. cf. Ar. Iaj befall, fall upon, overcome, conquer) — Qal Pi. "Wl DID Na 3 2 . T frOTTTJ n.f. rushing, dashing, of riders — .PZ.cstr.' VT3KnPn^nPrp J u 5 s2 ; repetition for intensity, furious dashing. T"WIfl n.[m.] name of a tree, prob. elm (Syr. ift (or »♦? PS) Lag™ 13 » Low 71 ; Ar.jty Lane 864 Dozy 1 132 (also asA, v. Dozy lb- ); so Symm & 33 Is 41"; cf. Di, where also other views, e.g. plane-tree (Rabb. Che), orpine; — /dub.; Ges Is 41 19 Thes der. from im endure inferred from Ar. 1»S time, but this question- able; perh. a loan-word), "MBfcirB "irnri £»ra v?rr Is4i 19 = 60 13 . t[3VTl v1 >- pine away (cf. 3N"1, |13Nl)— Hiph. Pt. f. pi. Bfe3 n'3HD Lv 26 16 (diseases) causing to pine away the soul (life), cf. Di ; in 1 S 2 33 read prob. Inf. 1B>SJ m 3pni> (for MT 2, 1$?) so Dr ; trans, to cause thy (al. his) soul to pine away (cf. VB). .^1 bear, v. Bub 331. m, xn, rwi v. sub mi.

  • T1*7 ( v/assumed for foil., wh. however perh.

primitive caressing word, Fl NHWB 1 4 " swing, rock, dandle, fondle, love; > Thes Dielr 8 *"*- woHbr.ch.577 M y, w ho connect with Tn (cf. infr.) cf. Syr. foji disturb). TTn n.m. c "' 2 beloved, love (pi.), uncle (NH id., Syr. »j, )?>; As. dddu D1 HA19 )— abs. "Ih Ct 5 99 ; cstr. "iVl 1 S 10"+ 3 t.; "ft Lv io 4 Est 2 15 ; sf. nVr Is 5' (but cf. infr.) + 26 t. all Ct; n> Je32 8 + 2 t.; T™ Je32 7 ; »R^ Ct 5"+ 2 t.; inP Am 6 10 r S 10", m Lv 20 s0 + 4t; Fnta Ct8 6 ; pi. Dp" Cts 1 ; Dp 15 ! Pr^ 19 Ez 16 8 23 17 ; pi. sf. pM Ct7 13 ; Tf Cti" 4 ; ^PP Ct 4 1010 ; fnp'l Nu 3 6"— 1. most often loved one, beloved (lover, betrothed) Ct I 1314 "

3.8.9.10.16.17 16 -2.4.5.6.6.8.9.9.10.16 /CI. 1.5.3.3 ,-10.11.15.14 05.14 . 

beloved one, friend, '"111 fiTt? Is 5 1 (where Lo Che DHH 'B> love-song, v. 3 infr.) 2. specif. uncle, Lv io 4 (father's brother, patruus; Syr. = also avunculus) Nu 36" 1 S 14 50 2 K 24 17 Lv 20 20 25 49 - 49 1 S io 141518 Est 2 715 Je 32 78912 ; perhaps also 1 CI127 32 Jonathan, David's "Tp, so AV RV; = kinsman (1, so St RVm) Am 6'°. 3. pi. abstr. love Pr 7 18 Ct i 2 " 4 '»>» 5 > (51 al. concr. beloved ones, so AV RV, © dSe(f>ol) ; so DHT ny Ez 16 8 ; DHT 33^0 Ez 23 17 . t[rrV1] n.f. aunt— only sf. %£* Lv 18 14 father's brother's wife; Ifffl Lv 20 20 Ex 6 20 father's sister [cf. Nu 26 s9 ]. "n~|VT n.pr.m. (his beloved, cf. VTW1J or comp. mn n.pr.divin. MI 12 , cf. "ip infra) — 1. man of tribe of Issachar Ju io 1 . 2. m Kt2S2 3 9 (=pVn 1CI127 4 ), inn Qrslrrti 1 Ch n 12 . 3. father of $ft 2 S 23" W^ =

Ch 1 1 26 . 

tvtrT n.pr.m. = iin (q.v.) iCh27 4 (cf. m 2 s 2 3 9 Kt). fVlYTn n.pr.m. (<® roO 'Q8«a, ©L Aot-8.ov, T i.e.inpP, beloved of cf.Nes 1 * 70 ) father of Eliezer 2 Ch 20 37 . TH, 1^/l im n.pr.m. David, son of "^, king of Israel, whose dynasty remained on the throne of Jerusalem till the Babylonian exile (cf. 2 S 7 1 '- 15 etc.) (beloved one , cf. Ba NB189 ; ace. to Sayce* odB, "- 1884 - 1M ' r - B,!l - B * 1, - ,B - 66t orig. Dodo, title of sun-god worshipped in Isr. cf. mn n.divin. among E. Jordan Israelites MI 12 ) — •m alw. Ru Sa Ki (exc. iKfi i 4M ) ^ Pr Ec Is Je; also 1 Ch 13 8 Ez 34 s4 37 24M (c. 790 t.); Tp alw. Zc Ch (exc. 1 Ch 13 6 ) Ezr Ne; also ,-,-n 188 Am 6* (where gloss ace. to Peters HbrA i >r - "s^*" 5 ) 9" H03 6 EZ34 28 1 K3 14 ii 4 - 38 Ct 4 4 (c. 276 O; — first named 1 S 16 13 ; cf. also Ru 4 1722 281'+, iKi'4-, 2' + , etc. (v. supra); in titles of ^3-9, 1 1-32, 34-41, 51-65, 68-70, 86, ioi, 103, 108-110, 122, 124, 131, 133, I 3 8 ~ I 45 (73 in all); also in ^i8 M (=2 S22 61 ) 72 20 Sg 3680 122 s I32 1 -" 17 ; nay 1 ('■> speaks) 2 S 3 18 7"= 1 Ch 17 47 cf. v M =i Ch 17 24 , also

K s 24 ' 252666 = 2 Ch 6 15161  12 1 K 1 1 > 3 - 32 - 34 - 36 - 38 

14 8 2K8'» i 9 S4 = Is37 3S , 2 K 20 6 ; cf. further Vr 18 1 36 1 (both titles cf. supr.) 78 70 89 421 132 10 144 10 Je33 21 - 22 - 26 ; soalsoasrepresentedin coming (Messianic) ruler Ez 34 2324 3 7 24 - 25 , cf. Ho 3 6 Je 30 9 (v.ia{?). Phrasesare: a.'T "V? (acc.toSayce

  • od.Be».u. or jg ^ t y f god Bod[o]) = stronghold

or citadel of Zion, 2 S 5 7 9 = I Ch 1 1", 2 S 6 1012 -' 6 = 1 Ch 13" 15 129 , cf. Is22 9 ; esp. of burial of kings iK2 ,0 3 1 , 8 1 =2Ch 5 2 , iK9 24 =2Ch8 n , iKll" V 43 =2Ch 9 3 lKl4 31 I5 8 =2Chl2 16 I3 23 , iK I 5 24 =2Chl6 14 , lK22 60 =2Ch2I 1 ,

K 8 24 =2Ch2I 20 , 2 K <j* I2 22 =2Ch24 25 , 

K14 20 15 7 , v 38 = 2 Ch2 7 9 , 2 K 16 20 ; burial of Jehoiada 2 Ch 24 16 ; further 2 Ch 32 530 33 14 Ne 12 s7 ; cf. also 1 HiPl T¥$ Is 29 1 . b. "1 TVS 2 S 3 l -« + (cf. 1V2 5 c). c. *1 ^HN Is j6 5 (cf. !** 2). d. "i nap Am 9" (cf. nap 8U b 730). e.' "1 ND3 2 S 3 10 cf.' 1 K i 37 2 aatM Is 9 6 Je 1 7 25 22 s - 30 2 9 16 36 30 cf. 13 13 22 4 , (cf. also ND3). f. "1 nap Ne 3 16 cf. 2 Ch 32 s3 "rva nag ( c f. naj>). g. "1 hap ct 4 4 . t. orbm th* *i t^H?? Ne 12 36 . ' i 1 *nt*^« 2 K20 5 + (cf. irr6.K 4 b). j. "1 ^PO 2 Ch 6 42 Is 55 3 (cf. 2 S 7 15 1 K 3 6 "f 89 50 2 Ch i 8 'etc.).— (On txt. note the fhlL: — T^J 1 S 3o- Me]. ® $ We Dr; 2 S3 5 id. prob. name' of a former husband of Eglah We Dr ; 2 S 1 3 s9 rd. run We* 223 Dr . 2 S 19 44 rd _ -fa* ( for nm ) @ The We Dr ; insert TO 2 S 9 11 15 32 & 24 15 (SJ We Dr; in iChi8 12 ^6o' VthM & 3NV are less orig. than in 2 S 8 13 We Dr). tl/'-rn] n.m. Gn30 - U mandrake (as love- producing, cf. Di Gn 30 14 )— pi. Dm ( c f. Ew '»« Sta" 301122 ) Gn 3 o 14 Ct7 14 ; cstr.'wn Gn 3° u + 3 t-S — mandrakes, as exciting sexual desire, and favouring procreation Gn •jo 1414161516 (J); also Ct 7 14 where odour referred to. On TO Je 24 1 vessels, baskets, v. Wl, t"rn n.m. Je24 - 2 pot, jar (Aram. TO, Jjo'?; peril, cf. Syr.? of disturb, from the ideaof boiling) — abs. TW iS2 I4 + 4t.; pi. 0*1*1 2 K io'.DHn 2 Ch 35 13 ; pi. cstr. ♦g'TW Je 24 1 — a. ;w«, &e«/e or cooking (5>E>3) 1 S2 14 (1|"«"IS, nn^ nto),

Ch 35 13 (vb. bjs>3, || nin^x, nVvp), c f. Jb 41 12 ; 

b. receptacle for carrying, all Vrss basket, 2 K io 7 (heads of king's sons), Je 24 s - 2 (figs) cf. "^Vn Je 24 1 , as if fr. a n. [HW]; ,/,8i 7 (clay or bricks, || -'ap). t [HTT] vb. be ill, unwell (NH *I sorrow- ful, miserable, not in physical sense; cf. Ar. [*T>] Jj3 be ill; Eth. AcdV. As. perh. deriv. di'u, illness Zim 81 * 96 ' 97 ; Aram. Th «H. )»?. -«? be *ad)— Qal Inf. cstr. nrjiT ni? 'B»3 . . . nfti Lv I 2 2 . t*Tl n.[m.] illness, J* feny f 4 i 4 6ed 0/ languishing (Che) ; sg. cstr. (Ew De Di) HBH ,|3n ? T1 3 Jb 6" they (i.e. my sufferings) are like disease (VB loathsomeness) in my meat, cf. Di; but txt. dub. IFtFI adj. faint, unwell— WJ La 5 17 , f. nn Lv i5*+3 fc; 1. /«(, La i 13 (|| mootf) 5". 2. unwell, menstruous Lv 15 33 20 18 ; Is 30 22 HJ 1 ; perh. = nn <bj) De. ^[ n H^^ n-m. Dt7 ' 15 sickness— cstr. sg. D?lf? '">?."]» Dt 28 60 (rd. » pi., as 7 16 ?); cstr. pi. b^Jto "no Dt 7 15 (both || ^n). t^Vl] adj. faint (on form cf. Ba NB487 )— J3 Isi 5 +2t. — /atW, always of heart Is I 8 (|| VH? fig- of condition of people); Je8 18 La i 22 of sorrow and distress. tV"T n.m. ink (NH id., Aram. S)1H , Jl'i ? ; Ar. jljj inkboitle, inkhorn ; Ges-Dietr Fl NHWB '• 4t der. fr. V'nn in assumed sense of slowly flowing ; Fl couip. Ar. ajI.S ajIjj <Am skin on surface of milk, cf. also 01 si73g ), Wl in? iBpn-^y anb j e 36 18 , cf. Lag GM - Abb - a6 . — On erasible quality of Hebrew ink cf. RS OTJC, 400 f. ed. 2, 71 . y f ur *Jjg r T. J^Qy^GnphljcheSequlslten etc. bei den Juden, 1870, 1. 145 IT. t [m* -Tj rP *T] vb. rinse, cleanse away by rinsing, washing (NH Hiph., Aram. Aph. id.; cf. As. dihu DF r177 )— Hiph. Pf. sf. urrnn Kt Jesi 34 Qr WTn but rd. "Jrnn fr. m; (Hi, cf. 50 17 ); Impf. 3 ms. n'T Is 4 4 ; 3 mpl. WT 2 Ch 4 6 + Ez 40 38 (Co conj. D»*JW?);— L rinse, victims to be offered in sacrifice EZ40 38 , so 2 Ch 4 6 (cf. supr.) 2. fig. cleanse by washing Is 4 4 , of removing guilt. JCn Kt v. Ml sub jxn. ["jj^n] vb. pound, beat (in mortar) (NH & Aram, id., Ar. isflS ; cf. also As. ddku, kill nno

Tn COT 01 ").— Qal Pf 3 pi. na'lBS m (milra) Nu ii 8 ( || D^n->3 unu). trij'lO n.f. mortar, Nun". TJID'OY'T n.f. an unclean bird, peril, hoopoe, © 33 Saad al. (cf. Di Kn Lv 1 1 19 ) Lv n 19 Dti 4 18 . QT7 (NH DH spread slander, perh. orig. ivhisper, cf. DD1, flOOl). fi. TIE/PI a.f. silence;— '1 = !^ + 9 4 17 ,

  • « 'Tf f H5 17 ; also Is 2 1 11 TOV1 ttm oracle

of silence, i.e. of concealment, hidden meaning, ace. to Ew Di, but v. 11. 'l, 3. tn. n?3^ n.pr. 1. m. son of Ishmael Gn 25 15 = 1 Ch i 30 , cf. prob. Dumath al-Jandal in Northern Arabia in Jof v. Buickhardt 1 '*™""' l ri.662f. Di . alsoGeg Co„ m . onIs2lll)G]a8erSt l IM lI. m44 °. 2. city in mountains of Judah Jos 15 52 , comp. AoOfia in the Daroma, 17 miles fr. Eleutheropolis Lag 0mmi - m ** "■ *», = mod. Daume, SW. fr. Hebron van de Velde " emolr ■" Guerin Jud,!el "- 3K " r - cf. Di. 3. name of Edom with mystic mng. Is 21 11 Duma = silence of death, desolation, De Che al. (JDMich Ges Hi think 3=1; ©has'lSou/iaia; Jerinterpr.as^xirf of Idumea; still another view sub 1. novi). triJOTT, rTCT (^65 2 ) n.f. silence, still waiting, repose — ^ 39 s silence; 62 2 still waiting, resignation (Dr' m2 ; but rd. prob., as v 6 , 'En, BiGrChe); 65 s id. (but Ew Che Ba al. njDM is meet 1 fr. I. nEtt , © nptrrn, v. Che); 22 3 repose (fr. grief and tears : Je 14' 7 ). t"DOT1 n.[m.] silence Hb 2 19 "1 f3K stone of silence = dumb stone; adv. in silence, si- lently, Is 47 6 La 3 s16 (? rd. here DO"» fr. 001). pto^V! 2 Ki6 10 cf. tfjty. [pi] vl>. dub. ; only in Jt* Gn 6 3 , v. p. t [pi] n.[m.] dub. ; Qr Jb 1 a 29 pP ; v. H n. f" [T^'l'^1 vb. spring, leap, dantfe (Aram. pT be joyous, .}, 7e(y>, dance, be joyous; Ar. ^Ij med. ', decline, slip or jraoiv? about, glide to and fro; Dl Pr » M comp. As.cMsit, withdraw, retreat, butcf. No ZMG1886 ' 730 )— QalVnt;j/: 3 fs. rn*H pin Jb 41 14 before him danceth dismay. pV (? ■/ of foil.; mng. dub. cf. Sm Ez4 2 Lao- Gm * Abh * ndl - ^^ Tp^/T n.m. bulwark, siege- wall — p*"*f 2 K 25'+ 5 1«— -SOD n^y 'l na 2 K 25 1 = Je 52 4 ; cf. Ez 4 ! 17" 2 1 27 (all || n^b -&ff); bv *1 }TB Ez 26 s (|1 id.) n*J vb. 1. heap up, pile. 2. dwell (orig. move in a circle, go about, surround, cf. Ar. Jb ; JIS house, esp. as group of buildings about a court ; Aa.ddru, wall, fortress, COT 01 ""; thence (denom. Fl NHWB '- 440 ) dwell Aram. in, »? (pt. & Pa), hence in Heb. cf. Giesebr ZAWl ' 304 Fl 1 "- Che OP479 ; Eth. HC: generation (=th: prob. loan-word) ; ace. to Hpt KAT 2 mm - u As. [dartf, endure], rfdriJ, everlasting (cf. Bez 01 '"" D "" om ) = Ar. liJ long time, age)— Qal in Tn/ JWhPWtO -Vn» ,/, 84 11 i/»an to dwell in tents of wickedness. Imv. (or Inf. abs. irreg. for tn, cf. || rrip^>) D'osyn -ot Ez 24 s limp up.— In Gn 6 3 some rd. Impf. 3 ins. "NTJ «/ia// dwell, for |1T; v. p. t"Wl n.[m.] circle, ball— 1. eiVc/e Wjm •p» 1"? Is 2 9 3 ( > © Brd nn?). 2. 6aW «jty TWJ flBW <JB}£ Is 22 18 (so most; but Bo NXum De Or Jastr tAWim**,.*. re „ ara - noun a8 ~m3, 6a«, as Talm., cf. also MV SS s.v.; vid. ma). [3. heap, pile Ez 2 4 6 Thes Ke MV cf. HrWSp v 9 ; but v. supr. sub "OT vb.] tl. Ill, "V s ! n.m. Dt32 ' 6 period, genera- tion, dwelling (cf. sub vb. supr.; also NH tn, Aram. (incl. B Aram.) T^, ♦?, a<7«, genera- tion; Ar. ,«5 gyrus, orbis, periodus ; Sab. "11, one <im«, o»ice, D1T D"n each once in a year DHM in MV)— abs. tn Gn 7' + 68 t. ; ^ Ex 3 15 + 3 6 t.; cstr. *1 Dt 32 20 + 7 t, * Ex 3"; sf. n*i is 38 12 , nii is 53 8 ; pi. trfn ^72'+ 2 1., nil'1 abs. Jb 42 16 Is 41 4 ; cstr. Ju 3"; Ttdn cstr. Is 51 9 , niM Gn 9 12 ; sf. Vrm Gn 6 9 Lv 25 30 , U»j#ta jos 22", u'rrft v 28 , BJ#W Gn 17 12 +

t., Drrn Gn 17 7 + 10 1.; — 1. period, age, 

generation, mostly poet. : a. of duration in the past, former age(s) EPC&1? nhil Is 5 i 9 (|| -»" Dip); "H} m rtSf* Dt 32 7 (song ; || D^iy miy) ; •h) TO V90 1 (cf. v 2 ); Thprt npiO IS58 12 (|| D^iy nmn); *ij tn rm$> 6 1 4 (| id.) b. usually of duration to come, future age(s), *np m Ex 3 15 (E; || rfosb) cf. Pr 27 s4 Kt (Qr tlb tl); id.); m "no Ex 17 16 (E), B^iNp Is 34>°; "fTJ ^ V, io« 33" (|| D^) 49" 19* 85 s 102 13 119 90 135 13 146 10 Jo 4 20 (all || id.); + 8 9 2 (|| D^iy) 8 9 5 (|| DJnjnj*) io6 31 (|| id.) Is 34 17 (II «•); * 77 9 (II nxj^); T^ tns + 100 s (|| D^) Is 13 20 (II rT»5>) Je 50 39 (|| id.); fa-^3 ^J f 45 18 (II "iJ" oi'wi') cf. Est 9 s8 ; "*i i03 vrti:f mj ^ 6 i 7 cf. lilj "*1 W* Jo 2 2 (II D^iyn) ; as modi- fying phrase lini liT WlPD Is 6o 15 (|| D^y pW)j further Dni" ! I "* V 7"*J D ' 1 "!" ^^r 1 ^V^ -INT

nm Is 5 1 8 (1|D7IV?). c. apparently including both past and future T^ BT* "n" 13 f 102 25 ; nhi nil baa ^ i 45 ' 3 ; irij niib La 5'*. 2. of men living at a particular time (period, age), generation, as transitory N3 "nil 7]7n nil Ec I 4 : specific, a. in the present, and (or) the past Gn 7 1 (J) Ex i 6 (P) Nu 32 13 (JE) Dt i 35 2" Ju 2 i<uo Is 53 » ( cf Che crit n ) j e 2 ai. a]so ^ 95 io Jb 8 8 Is 41 4 . b. Ju 3 2 (present & future); cf. pi. Vrrn Gn6 9 (i.e. his own gen. and those immediately contiguous, before and after). C. esp. of a future generation Gn 15 16 (JE), with numeral, cf. Dt 23 s - 4 ' 9 ; also Dt 29 21 ^ 48" 7i'» 7 8 4 «i02 ,9 i09 13 Joi 3 cf.^22 3L32 (Che crit. n.); of a succession of generations "fry "frl tyjp nae« ,/, i 45 4 ; -frn -frr-baa Est 9 s8 ; usually pi. D^tt TThb Gn9 12 (P); with num. •tin tfy$ + 105 9 (|| tb<3)= 1 Ch 16 15 (II xbvb) ; Dt f; v. further, of posterity, nm nyaiK Jb 42 16 ; usually pi. c. sf. Gni7 7 * ,, Exi2 ,4 - l7 - 41, i6 1B - !B 27 s1 29 42 30 810 - 21 - 31 3 1 1316 40 15 Lv 3 17 6" 7 s6 io 9 (all P); 17 7 21 17 22 3 23 14 - 21 - 31 - 41 - 43 2 4 3 25 30 (all H); Nu 9 10 io 8 !$"**** 18 23 35 s9 Jos 22 27 - 28 (all P). 3. generation characterized by quality or condition, class of men : tJ'i'V "Ivl crooked generation Dt 32 s (song) cf. v 20 ^ 78 s - 8 Je 7 29 ; of diff. classes of wicked, Pr 30 11121314 cf. //- 1 2 8 ; of the righteous, as a class i/c 14 5 24 s 73 15 (">H TJ?) 112 3 (cf. 22 3 ' MT, but < Che joins tab to v 32 cf. supr. sub 2 c); so also Wtabj liT i.e. the dead ^ 49 M (so most; yet v. infr. sub 4). 4. dwelling-place, habitation Is 38 12 cf. TW vb., so Saad Ki Ges De Che RVm (Ew life || *0)j so also V'49 20 De Witt, cf. Che OP479 . tn. "INI, -lil-ii.pr.loc. (Ph. "INT; cuneif. Du'ru KG 121 COT on Jos 1 7 11 ) city in Manasseh, on Mediterr., S. of Carmel (9 Pioman miles N. of Caesarea, cf. L ag o«..»wrf.m) i in Jos 12 23 ; n^nto nil j u i 27 1 Ch 7 M = '3} "aN Jos 17"; "lH MM Jos i2 !B ="W<' ! l nBJ 1 K 4"; nil ntoj Jos n ! (cf.nBJ); mod. Tanfura (Tor- (ura) Wilson 1 *»"">'»bi. '<•»• va n de Velde »«»•*■'•«  Bd F * 1238 cf. Di Jos 1 1 2 . On fTft)TVpj v. sub ft. trTYnO n.f. pile (of wood, etc.) 'o Ez 24"; nir

DW B* WrjTB Is30 ffl =j>y»ys (so Ges Hi 

De Che Brd ; Ew Di its circuit, compass). tltHI, ttf'H vb. tread, thresh (Ar. J&, As. ddsu, Impf. 1 s. ai«Dr r191 COT Q, °" Horn

  • >m ; cf.NH tPW,Aram. id., *.$; v. further No

z¥oi88s.K«^_Q al pf g^ 1 Ch 2 1 20 , %*!| Ju 8 7 ; Impf. V~}* so rd. for Vto Ju8 16 cf. Be Door Bu Vrss; 2ms.^nriIs4i 15 Hb3 12 ; 3mg.sfcW*fr]Ii 28 s8 ; 3 fs. sf.HBJVin Jb39 15 ; Imv. fs. ^ M14 13 ; /m/. cstr. tr6 2 K 13 7 , tW"6 Ho io", sf. DWl Am i 13 ; W*l Dt 25 4 ; a6«. EfrlK Is 28 s8 as if fr. BhK cf. Ko 1444 ; yet BHK nowhere else & form very possibly textual error, cf. 01 5246k ; Pt. f. NB'T Je 50"; — tread on, trample on, c. ace. Jb 39 13 (beast on eggs, || "W) ; thresh, lit. c. ace. D'tSH 1 Ch2i 20 Je 50", 0$ (i.e. its material) Is 2 8 M (in sim.); abs. 2 K 13 7 (in sim.); Ho 10" (metaph. of Ephraim as heifer); tread or thresh Ju 8 7 with (HK = together with, cf. Stu ; Ew !2S4 ° takes as ace, & vb. as abbrev. Hiph.) tliorns, O'Xip and D^p,")? q.v. ; and also in Ju 8 16 (rd. BHT cf. supr.) sq. Dna with them, ref. to D'XIp and D'Sp^D; fig. of devastation of land Am i 3 (Gilead), destruction of peoples Hb 3 12 (D'U) ; espec. Mi4 13 (abs.), where full metaph.; hyperbol. of Israel IS41 15 c. ace. D'in. — Niph. be trampled down, Pf. KfrlJI consec. Is. 25 10 fig., subj. Moab; Inf. B^WJ ib. (simile, subj. pnD straw-heap; on formcf.Ol" 93 * Ba NBIM )— Hoph. be threshed, Impf. EHV I s 2S 27 (subj. nXj3). T tt)^'l n.m. threshing, i. e. the process of threshing, Lv 26 s (H) "VKrnK '1 D3^> Vm. t [n©7P] n.f. that which is threshed ; sf. 'n|ntp Is2I io (|p3nrj3)fig.in address to Israel by prophet. fi. ^tyT n.[m.] a clean animal, © iriyapyos cf. 93 ; hence AV RV & most pygarg, a kind of antelope or gazelle, cf. Di Lv 1 i 2t ; perh. rather mountain-goat, Hom NSS91 cf. EthVrs.; only Dt 14 6 — (Horn 1 "- der. fr. -/B^H with kindred meaning of spring, leap & comp. As. daShi ; so already DI 81 - 64 ). tn. |W ¥! I 11.pr.111. 1. a son of Seir f&{ Gn36 21 =}B iV! ! 1 Chi 38 ; 2. a son of Anah & grandson of Seir IB*! Gn 36 s5 cf. v 30 so also v 26 (for |B«' ! ! q.v.) = PB"' ! ! 1 Ch i 4MM2 , cf. also foil. t^m 11.pr.1n. a son of Seir iJH Gn 36" (® "pIo-wi/; so v 2830 cf. Di) 1 Ch i 38 ; (v 42 rd. PB^ q.v.) Gn 36 s6 (rd. |W*1 © @ 33 01 Di) v 30 IWI. Gn 36™. niTl vb. push, thrust (NH id., Aram. T T »rn, NnT, Lij ; cf also Ar. U.S, spread, extend, also </woh>, propet) — Qal P/. 2 ms. sf. W^ f 118 13 ; Inf. cstr. nim ; b ^ 140 6 ; abs. nfn f 1 18 13 ; P<. ac<. nnM ^,35* (rd. Drn ® De Che); pa««. f. rwnn ^ 62 4 ;— ;««sA, nni nhn pit«A TH

arn n violently fig. c. ace. jr n8 13 sq. cl. of purpose %:<?, c'f. tan ninn!) ^ i 4 o 5 (Che trip up my feet), & -^ 35 6 (transp. nm with DS"n v 6 and rd. Drn @; cf. rip£p!?ni l^n ISTTW v a , and Je 23 12 ); jrushed in (Che), in sim., pt. pass., said of "H3 wall f 62" (||MtM Tp). Jfiph. Impf. nriT p r 14 32 ; (3 mpl. in? j e 2312 i s fr.nm, if rightly pointed ; 'nn J J s 1 1 l2 5 6 8 ^ 1 4 f 2 , v. sub ma); — ie thrust or cas< down, fig. of wicked Pr 14 s2 , cf. f 35 6 supr. Pu. P/ 3 pl. *rn ^ 36 13 </i«y are thrust down (||li>S3 & Dip "by tS). t[TH] «•[>•] stumbling, <&$!«.. J^fH 'rnt?^ 5 6 14 =ii6 8 . TnrriTp n.m. means or occasion of stum- bling, Pr 26 s8 'o n'e>jr p^n _ na (|| -ipeqwb [Fin^T] vb. only Niph. Impf. 3 mpl. W (Kb 1 ' 377 ) Je 23 12 ifoy t&otf 6e thrust down, fig., of wicked ; rd. perh. *W, fr. nm q. v. n*7 ( V of following ; perh. cf. Ar. ,Ji.S smoke arose, hence become dusky, dingy, in- clining to black. t]h$ n.m.miUet(NH frf*. Aram. W'nn), 'I Ez 4' in the series D'BhjO bid DnjlCT pen D'DEOI "1) v. Low 72 . t [*VTf ] vb. drive, hasten (late) (NH id., Aram. *[iyty — Qal Pt. j>ass. pi. D'Sirn of run- ners Est 3 15 8" (||D'i>rap). Niph. Pf. hasten one's self, hurry "^} ItTJJ Est 6 12 ; ntttb fjT^ 2Ch26 20 (||i>n3). t[n2n-|o] n.f. thrust, f 140" I 3 ?*! n'snipp (ew7) shall hunt him with thrust upon thrust (Che, cf. De). t [pM •]] vb. thrust, crowd, oppress (NH id., Ar. (J-iS drive away, remove, Aram. PD^l, ■aLi) — Qal Impf. Ppn*V thrust, crowd, of locusts in swarm J02 8 ; JP«. ac<. pi. sf. Dn'prni B!T2m5 Ju 2 18 (because of) them that maltreated and oppressed litem. t^T subst. sufficiency, enough (NH, but not known in other cogn. languages) — -cstr. H, with sf. (v. infr.) JjS D'"^ — *• absol. thrice only Mai 3 10 I will pour you out a blessing Hyinjf until there is not sufficiency, i.e. until my abundance can be exhausted, or, as this can never be, for ever (cf. jr 72 7 ), Est I 18

  • 15fp1 |Vj3 H3* and (there will be) as enough (i. e.

in plenty) contempt and wrath, 2 Ch 30 s ""job = , T'*'»p for what was sufficient. With a gen. of the person or thing for which anything suf- fices : Ex 36 s 'Tl3Sn no (more) than enough for the work, Lv 5 7 and if his hand do not reach (if he do not command) nb> H enough for (i.e. to buy) a lamb, 12 8 25 s8 ' b a'trn *J enough for recovering it, Dt 15 8 il'DTO H enough for his need, Is 40 1616 . With suff. Pr 25 18 JJJJ i>3K eat that which is sufficient for thee; BJ<j Ex 36' Je4 9 9 Obv s . Once with gen. of the thing which is sufficient, Pr2 7 27 Q, ?V a .?D Tl enough of goats' milk. . Combined with 3, 3, and esp. JO, 1 (H) has a tendency to form compound prepositions, used idiomatically in certain applications : — a. *3$ (")for (the 3 pretii) what suffices for: Na 2 13 the lion tare in pieces Vnha H3 for the need of his whelps (|| Vrtk:i|>j> ; but? *3>, v. b); iron. Hb 2 13 Je 51 58 the peoples labour »^TP? /or fire (only to satisfy the fire), and the nations weary themselves P , "?~H3 for what is empty. (/9) in the abundance of, i.e. as often as Job 30 25 "IjW H3 in <Ae abundance of the trumpet, i.e. as often as the trumpet sounds (Ht? elsewhere in this sense). b. HJ according to the sufficiency, or abundance, of Lv 25 s6 and find il"l?NJ *T| ace. <o 2fo sufficiency of his redemption, i.e. as much as it demands, Dt 25 s Ne 5 8 «3 ns ( 8 «. c . before 3 : Ges' 130 - 1 ) ' quantum in nobis erat,' after our ability, Ju 6 s they came 3*v n3")K H3 ace. to the abund- ance of the locust in multitude (for which 3 y n ?l^| would ordinarily be said: cf. 7 12 ). c. T? out of the abundance of, hence as often as ;■ — (a) sq. inf. 1S1 7 WOJj HDzras q/fcm as she went up, 18 30 1 Ki4 28 (=2 Chi2 u ) 2 K 4 s Is 28" Vi3V Hp as often as it passeth over, Je 3 1 20 ; (/3)' sq. subst., JC48 27 XI Tl?1 *39 as often as thy words (are) of him ; and in the idiom, phrases f3B>3 '"'3B' V TO = yearly (a com- bination of rU^HO and nJB>3 rot?: v . sub HJB') 1 S 7 18 (v. Dr) Zc 14 16 2 Ch'24 6 *;* and Bhh np it5nn3 Is 66 23 a« often as month (comes) in its month (i.e. in its own time: Bnn made more precise by the add. of iB^O? ; cf. the phrase tota 0* 13"n) : so ^RSB'? riSB* HO «6.; ( y ) as conj., with the finite verb pB'K being under- stood: cf. 1«p etc.), Jezo 8 TfBj 'TO as often as I speak, T^nT ,T T n.pr.loc. appar. on border of Moab Dt I 1 (® KcnaxpviTfaY pn til" 1 "!, pl" 1 ^ n.pr.loc. — 1. city in Moab (MI 11 -* pH, cf. ib. 1 adj. gent. WWl)— pH Nu 21 30 32 3M (built up or at by Gad) Is 15 1; in territory of Gad, hence 11 ^ Nu 33 45 - 46 (cf. on these vv. & 32 s4 MI 10 '); also pan Jos 13 917 J648 11; Jtanna rOB* Je48 ,8; = P»"! Is 1 5 9 , vid. also fftTJ H » v 9 =Arnon, cf. Che & Hpt ZA1887 - a68;— mod. Dtbdn, north of Anion, cf. Seetzen B " aenl - ,0B Tristr L " ,do,Mo,bl32ff - Bd r * U9S . 2. fyi. Ne ii 15 place in Judah, toward south = ruton Jos 15 22 , cf. Hpt 10 -; conject. by Kn Ke (cf. Di) to be Tell ed Dheib (van de Velde "•-•*") called also Ehdeib (Rob 8 ""- 101 ). T>1 Xn v. sub nn. rrn v. sub nxi. YH v. sub nn. tjT.E'H n.pr.loc. = P ,,!! 1, q.v. tn^O""! n.pr.loc. = |i:p 2, q.v. T ^j" , '-T vb. judge (cf. Ar. ( T 3 S intrans. to be obedient, submissive, trans, requite, compen- sate, rule, govern, ^j obedience, abasement, recompense, *)us requiter, governor, jlIj X* ewy; As. d<2nw, Impf. idin, judge Asrb Ann - lil0 ' D1 HA49; Aram, p, .0? judge, exercise judgment, punish, X JP> U*t JM^^i K P> «l judgment, ]Jj!xIoo city,— on ^yv. No 2 " 01883 ' 633 ), syn. BBB>_ Qal />/. |*J Je 22", etc.; 7m/>/. PJ Gn 4a 16 + at., |*iT Gn6 3 cf. infr., etc.; Imv. H Pr3i 9 Jb35 14; «PJeai»; 7n/. P& + 5° 4 + 2 *.; Pt. PJ Gn 15" Je 30 13; — 1. act as judge, minister judgment, of God ioy pT Dt 32 36 (poet. = * i35 u ) * 5° 4; IWW p * 7 9 9° 10 Is3 13; P: 0*15*03 D'Sk!) ^ 9 9; Messianic king V7 22 - H. plead the cause, a. of men, usu. c. ace. cogn., 'HP PfTU tiWi is none to plead thy cause Je 30"; DVV pi 'T plead cause of orplian Je 5 18; P'3N1 '3y p 'l Je 22 16; also, ace. cogn. om., Pr 3 1 9 . b. of God, tw6jj »J« £<xf. Aa* pZ«* «iy cawse Gn 30 6 (E). 3. execute judgment, vindi- cate, in battle against enemies, toy PJ pj Dan will judge (vindicate as a warrior) his people (v. Di) Gn49 16 (poet.); the Messianic king D1J3 ^1 io 6; God, yjpn ^0^333 m <% might judge me (vindicate me) /r 54 s . 4. execute judg- ment, requite, of man, BB^O "IpS? ti^ execute judgment every morning Je 2 1 11; of God, upon Egypt Gn 15 14 (E); O'oy by means of powers of nature Jb36 31; ps "DBK 1 S 2 10 (poet.) 5. govern, WSVIN P? ^$ </«>w «Sb8 govern

n «iy 7 ioms« Zc 3". 6. DV P? ' ,3,, ~N<' 7(« cannot contend with one mightier than he Ec 6 10 . Miph. Pt. birif) • , Q3e'->33 pj nyrrb? sjjj aW aW </t« people were at strife throughout all the tribes of Israel 2 S 1 9 10 (reciprocal, cf. Dr.) Note.—ttyb D-1K3 inn pp6 Gn 6 3 is difficult. (1) © 93<g bnk rd. TIT or (Kue) f£» a6«rf« in, dwell, — J/y spirit will not abide in man for ever; this best suits the context, but "ftp, as Aramaism.is dub. (2) Kn De Schr RVm render rule in, supported by Zc 3 7 only. (3) Thes Ew Di render be humbled in, sustained by Ar. usage, but not by Heb. (4) strive with of AV RV (cf. 6 supr.) is hardly justified. W23 n.[m.] judgment — Dt 17"+ 16 t.; sf.'P f 9 s , *IP Je 30 13;— 1. p XD3 throne of judgment Pr 20 8; pi nyDtrn D'Ott^D from heaven thou didst cause judgment to be heard ijr 76 9 . 2. cause, plea, p? p p3 between plea and plea Dti7 8; |H |H ^tead a cause Je S 28 22 16 30 13; p ntyy maintain the cause -fyc? 140 13; pi yT consider the cause Pr 29'; V3B7 pi <Ae ctmse is before him Jb 35 14; p nJB' change the cause Pr3i 5; D'h p» nisnb Isio 2; D1JV pn Jes 28; spn 1J3 23 p Pr 3 1 8 . 3. judgment, condemna- tion, IIVH pi judgment of the wicked Jb 36 1 '; BBB'Ol p judgment and justice v". 4. siri/%, pi>p1 pi Pr 22 10 (%a^ s<n/e, law-suit Str). 5. government, p*11 m Zaw; and government Est 1 13 . i^ote.— pE* pVnn fy»b Jbig 29 is variously explained. (1) AV RV that ye may know there is a judgment follow Aq Symm Theod, so DeDa, in interpreting {^relative + P judgment, but K> is unknown to the dialect of Job and p is used only in Elihu section. (2) © rds. CM, or r(r XU f (i.e. 'W (cf. 2 9 6 ©) t or 1B>?), & Qr p?*, indicating ancient uncertainty and a cor- rupt text. (3) Ew Di rd. W the Almighty, which accords with usage of Job. (4) Siegf fllf »■ (doubtfully). TH3 V 'I n.pr.f. daughter of Jacob Gn 30 11 34 uj.i«.» 46 i5 til n.pr.m. (judge) — 1. son of Jacob and Bilhah Gn 30 6 35® Ex i 4 Jos 19 47 Ju 18 s9 1 Ch 2 1 . 2. the tribe of Dan, JT. nap Ex 31 6 35 s4 38 13 Lv 24" Nu i 89 13 12 Jos 21 523 (all P); H '?. 3 Gn 4 6 23 Nu i 38 2 26 7 M io 25 2 6 42 34 s2 Jos ic, 49 - 47 - 47 - 48 (all P) Ju i 34 is 2 - 16 - 22 - 23 - 26 - 26 - 30;!"J njnp Nu 2 16 - 31 (P)— on JU13 26 18 12 v. n?np; finhEVt?Nu26 42 (P); H alone in poetry Gn 49 1617 m 33 ^ J115 17 , elsewhere Nu i« (P) Dt 27 13 1 Ch 27 s2 2 Ch 2 13 Ez 48 1 - 2 - 32 . 3. a city on northern frontier of m

M21 Israel at one of the sources of the Jordan, originally B*$ Ju 18 29 (cf. v 7 ); = D'$ Jos 19 47 ; captured by a colony of Danites ; named Dan, and made a sacred place with rites of worship that lasted until the exile (Ju i& a ); = Tell el Kddl, Eob BB "'• **■ *» Bd ral ™. This place is fre- quently referred to: Gn 14 14 Dt 34 1 I K 12 2930 15 20 2 K io 29 2 Ch 16 4 Je 4 15 8 16 Am 8"; rd. also rjy for r?1 2 S 20 18 © Ew We cf. Dr; and v. the phrase' V3B*nN3-iyi J"TO J U 20> iS3"2S3 10 17U 24 s " 1 K 5 s ; given by Chr yae> 1K30 if*^ 1 Ch 2 1 2 2 Ch 3 o 5 . (Ez 27 19 v. pi.) A r ote. — iT- nfj 2 S 24 s . As no such place is known, thetextisusuallyregarded as corrupt, and, © being uncertain, is variously changed: (1) T ™$ t Ban in the wood, Thes after 33 silvestria. (2) (Sbjl) p**f1 rm < Z>an and 7/V>» Klo (cf. 1 K 15 20 ). (3) («3D) fTO* fl WeDrcf.®. t^l adj. gent. alw. c. art. as n.pr. coll. 7™ iCh 12 35 ; 'JfJfJ oat? j u 18 130 ; *JW nnBB't? Joi3*i8 11 . tjjfl n.m. judge 1 S 24 16 ; cstr. |H f 68 6 . WW, later h**?* n.pr.m. (cf. Ew S45d ; El is my judge; on a possible connexion with Zend ddnu, wise, or wisdom cf. Che OF107 ; v. Palm. btOTt Vog 93 )— 1. son of David 1 Ch 3 1 , V", but dub. cf. Che 0PK *; © Aapv<. v , ©L & Codd. AaXovta ; || 2 S 3 3 3KJ>3, © AaXoiua; Klo Sm prop. 'tJT'i & in Ch ^"P, but grounds pre- carious. 2. - ,N .'?iJ, priest of the line of Ithamar Ezr 8 2 Ne io 7 . 3. ^?n a great sage Ez 28 s ; classed with Noah and Job as models of righteousness Ez 14 14 ' 20 ; perh. the same as 4. •' x . , ?% one of the noble young men taken into captivity by Nebuchadrezzar ace. to Dn i 1 " 6 , the hero of the book of Daniel, Dn i 6 + 22 t. (also frequently in Aramaic section). ti. yna n.m. Pr22w strife, contention — ^8o 7 + 9 t.; pi. D*3J19 Pr 18 18 , DWit? Pr 18" + 7 t.; contracted into D^"TO Pr 6" io 12 , tnfy Pr 6 14 ; cstr. 'JVT? Pr 19 13 . 1. strife, contention, aim. wholly Pr :— Pr 18" 23 s9 26 20 ; also 17" (|| V% 22 10 (|| ffy* H); *¥*. ' D Hb I 3 contention ariseth (|| an) ; 'o n^tJJ f«« loose strife Pr 6 14 16 28 ; '» IT^ A« rftmrfA wp strife 15 18 28 s5 29 ffi ; note esp. Q , ?p>? K"K 26 21 = a contentious, quarrelsome man; oftener 'D HE'S = a conten- tious woman 21 9 25 s4 27 15 , cf. DJ3J 'D Nfe 2 1 19 . 2. o6j«c< nf contention f 80 7 , cf. ?i"l» K"K Je 15'° (|| 3n thf).—O u jno 2 S 2 1 20 Qr, v. 1. fly? sub "no. tn. 'p "TO n.pr.loc. a royal city of the Canaanites Jos n 1 12 19 ; © Mappav, MaSeov, Aa/iopwi/ ; = Madln, close to Hattin, Survey 1 * , dub. ; a village Maron lies 2 hours WSW. fr. Kedesh, van de Velde"""- 146 , cf. Di. T|"TO n.pr.m. son of Abraham and Keturali Gn 25* 1 Ch i 32 . Y T 1Q n.pr.m. 1. son of Abraham and Keturah Gn 2 5 24 (J) 1 Ch i 32 - 33 . 2. an Arabian tribe Gn 36* (= 1 Ch i 4C ) Nu ji"*"* (P) J u -9 (31 1.); having a fnb ( as chieftain ?) Ex 2 16 3 1 i8'(E); Qypt Nu 2 2 4 - 7 (JE), (ff)trtw Nu 25 1S (P) Jos i 3 21 (P), onto Ju 7" 8 3 , DV^D Nu 3I 8.s j u8 5..2.2o. [nonaa dromedaries of Midian Is6o 8 ; jno DV 1 efay of Midian Is 9 s (the victory over Midian Ju 7-8) cf. io 26 ^83'°. 3. H«  |*J"Jt? <^« *and of Midian Ex 2 13 (E) Hb 3 7 ; >n«? Ex 4 19 (J) Nu 25 ,5 (P) 1 K 1 1 18 ; land on iElanitic gulf (where Arab, geographers still place town ^x.). Cf. on Midian, Glaser 8 "' 118 "- 447 *-; Horn A lllsid IB i. (18M), 4 f. t'JHIS adj. gent. Midiajiite— Nu io M (J); f. nWDNn 25 61416 (P); pi. D'jno Gn 3 7- 8 (JE) Nu 25' 17 3 1 2 (P), D'ru? Gn 37 M (E). H2' , "ip n.f. province (an Aramaic word, cf. Syr. jfcliljjo, Ar.ijbxl city) — Esti'+ 28t.; pi. niJn»~i K20 ,4 + 23 t.;— a district of an empire, 1. districts of realm of Ahab with nnb> over them 1 K 20 14 ' 51719 . 2. of the Babylonian empire: Ez 19 8 ; Dn 8 2 (of Elam) ; nfcnoa >rrto princess among the provinces La I 1 (of Judea). 3. of the Persian empire Est I' + oft.; one of which was Palestine, Ne i 3 ; the returning exiles, Hjnon >pa children of tlie province Ezr 2 1 Ne 7 6 , having njneri *gfcn Ne 1 1 3 . 4. pro- vinces in general Ec 2 8 5 7 ; ^"^0 , 30B'l?3 in the fat places of the province Dn n 24 (fertile regions, prob. Egypt; other trans, vid. in Bev.) tp"P n.pr.m. a Meronothite, one of the builders of the walls of Jerusalem Ne 3 7 . Tn2* , " T T n.pr.m. a son of Gomer son of Japhet 1 Ch i 6 ; but rd. prob. nan ( q . v .); © 'EptupaB, 'P«pa ( ; ©L 'P«pa6; || Gn io 3 HDn © 'Pupad, 'Epi(pnd. p;n v. sub pn. tyif t tfvj, ^•7, ]L"l v. trn. I L^*^ ; J vb. crush, poet, (hs-dakil, crush, Muss-AmoU""'- 01 * 1880 -*) not in Qal;— Wiph. o Nn

nvb-r Pt, D'SOnj Is57 15 ; — crushed, fig. = contrite ones. Pi. Pf. K^ ^143"; 2 ms. nwn ^89"; Imp/. K3T1 ^ 7 2 4 ; 2 ms. Vfff} Pr 22 s2 (juss.); Wfl) '«/'94 5 , •JflJI Is3 16 ; sf. »J^T1 Jb6 9 , WKfJJ Jb 4 19 ; 2mpl. »?$*enrn Jb'19 2 (so Baer, v. his ed. p. 44, cf. Norzi); Inf. KJ"!p La 3 M ; */ iSS" 1 ! IS53' ; — crws/j, (fig.) c. ace. one's life to the earth // 143 s , Egypt ^89" (cf. De Che ; subj.), servant of Yahweh Is 53 10 ( subj.), Jb6» Tl ^« b$; oppressor ^ j2 God's people ^94* (ITO, Is 3 15 , cf. Pr 22" illegally in tribunal, La 3 s4 V^JI finn '*1 (in all human oppressor subj.); crus/t me Dy*?^ Jb 19 2 (Job's friends, subj.; || 'B'W JVaiTI); never lit., not even Jb 4 19 (D1K3T, with indef. subj.), for suff. ref. not to "VHFIjJ, but rather to *$0, i. e. men inhabiting the clay houses, bodies, cf. Di. Pu. Pf. Wfl Je 44 10 ; Impf. WW) Jb 22'; Pt. N3np Is 53 s , tMWTO Is ig 10 ;— crushed, broken in pieces, shattered Jb 22 s c. obj. fern. niyvU; Is 19 10 subj. flint? (here metaphor, for nobles); fig. of servant of' IS53 5 ; made humble, con- trite Je 44 10 . Hithp. Impf. Wft Jb 5 4 , ^T Jb 34^; — must let themselves be crushed, i.e. maltreated Jb 5 4 (in court njJBb, cf. Pi. Pr 22 K ); are crushed Jb^^ (the mighty,by God). fi. N2"l adj. contrite (crushed) — K3"n Is

lb ; Uf? r* 34 19 — contrite Is 57 15 (|| tJ*vi , fip) ; 

mi ^34 19 (||^- , 1.3B'3). ■ffii. S3T n.[m.] dust (as pulverized), K3TTJ BnJN 3t?'n ^ 90 3 (on form cf. Ba NE143 ). ttilD*!] vb.id.(only^);— Qal dub.; fOTI (J&ty r* io'° Kt is rd. as Qal Pf. i"Dni consec. by RobGes 01 De al., i. e. and he is crushed, or and he croucheth (Qr J13T Impf. so AV EV he croucheth); others rd. OB* nail (adj. intrans. or passive) and crushed he sinketh down, cf. VB Che ; possible wd. be HJ* Niph. (|| 0'b* and bta). Mipb.. Pf W]?| f 38'; Pt. n313 ^51"; — be crushed, broken, of physical distress ^ 38 s (|| *rt»?); 6« conin'te (nsnJ 3.b) f 51 " ( || "«F?). Pi. F/ »FV1 V' 5 1 10 ; sf. «n"?' : ! ^ 44 20 ; crwsA down, of divine wrath; c. ace. yfr 44 20 , and crws/t to pieces, obj. ref. to niDVJ?, in metaph. f 51 10 .— »"? Nu n 8 v. in. I [^Z'i] n.[m. j (crushing), crashing, dash- ing, sf. OO^ nnn3 IXb" ^93' of ocean (waves). "TD1 (^ of fo11 -; cf - Ar - «5»i Aram - &% NH in deriv.; v. also toi, nan). fT)"! adj. crushed, oppressed — Hy'74 21 , lft ^j)" 10*; pi. sf. 131. Pr 2 6 s8 (Baer; edd. al. ^?1) — poet.; always fig., oj>pressed, distressed yj,g w , io 18 (|| DW) 74 21 (|| ♦?? and |f»); Pr 26 s8 131 = iAose crushed by it (a lying tongue). tn3"l n.f. crushing, n|T^«| Dt 23 s one wounded by crushing (viz. of testicles). % 7 r | n. door, v. sub n?T. TH adj. v. sub &1. t [J/ -T] vb. leap (NH spring over, skip (a verse), omit) — Qal Pt. apil Zp i 9 Zeap, c. art. one leaping fflSQrrpj; ; © 1 S 5* inep- flaivovTfs {mepfia[vov(Ttv = , ll~>~V) £>^ cf. Dr. Pi. /mp/. 3.hl Is 35 6 ; "^™ V' iS 30 ^ 2 S 22 30 ; P«. J.jHp Ct 2 s ; — leap, leap over c. ace. T0 >//• 18 30 = 2 S 22 30 ; abs. Zeop as <fce stag, DD3 t»K3 1J Is 35 6 ; sq. ^V of locality Ct 2 8 (|| FIB?). " I~ T 7*T vb. draw (water) (NH id., Aram. NTj, ^»; Ar. % pull up bucket; 11, iv let down; v hang down; cf. liS bucket; Eth. £([(D: weigh; As. daM, cZraw water, cf. D1 S108 C Adler PA08 Oct. 1888. «lx.. alsQ dM(Uy b^ket, Id'"', dal&ni COT "" 8 )— Qal Pf. nj$ Ex 2 19 ; 7ot;j/. 3 ms. sf. H^T Pr 20 5 ; WPr a6 y T. infr. ; 3 f. pi. n^-iril Ex 2 16 ; Inf. abs. "v^ Ex 2 19 ; — rfraw (water, but no obj. expr.) Ex 2 61919 ; fig. of drawing counsel (Ff$) out of heart, c. ace. (sf.) Pr 20 5 .— *£l Pr 26 7 is difficult; rd. perh. 3 m. pi. V?"J intrans., a lame man's legs Aawjr down (helpless) so Ew Sta MI3a ; other views in De Now. Pi. Pf. 2 ms. sf. ♦apH V' 30 2 fig. (cf. Pa. in Syr.) subj. '< thou hast drawn me up (out of Sh e '61, cf. v 4 ). t ["yf] n.[m.] door (Ph. b~l) only fig. : cstr. T)Sb b* yL- 1 4 1 3 . at t : - T t t [rW] n.f. door, only Qr ^rfpl (Kt Tnh) Is 26 20 fig., door of chamber in which people (personified) hides (cf. also rO^ du.) ti^T n.[m.] bucket, tyfa ""P? ^e a rfro;> (hanging) from a bucket Is 40 15 ; Du. sf. CD ?V VpTO Nu 24 7 cf. Di (on form dolyaw cf. Ew l isoa * Anm.3 )also g ta ^.^. fj g _ f I grae l' s prosperity. t[ni !|I 77] P 1 - of [f'V'?] a - f - branch, bough, metaph. of Israel under figure of olive tree Vni>^ J e n 16 Ez 17 s7 (figure of vine); v 23 (under figure of cedar); 31 7912 of Asshur as a cedar, Vn'p"! Ez 19" Isr. as a vine (cf. Low 65 ). tj-M n.f. (i m. 1 " 13 ' 19 ) door (NH id.; As. daltu(m) Strm AV 1843 Schr C0T01 °» ; Ph. pi. nnh CIS 1 ' 7 ' 3 ;— ace. to Ba 2 " 01897 ' 607 fr. Vbv, As. ecWi*, <o JoZY, bar) — TVl (always abs., and c. art. exc. Ct8 9 + Ez4i 24 but here Co art.) Gn i 9 ,0 + 18 t.; O^J Gn 19° Ju 19 s2 ; sf. *»j* 2 K 12 10 ; Du. DW^ (cf. Sta !187 *) Dt 3 6 + 9 t., D ?j?J?1 Jb 3 81 °; cstr - ^h Jos 2 19 + 6t. + Ez26 2 Co ; sf ^ Jb 3 1 32 , TCH Zc 1 1' + Is 26 20 Kt (cf. rta n .f.), m?h Jos 6 26 1 K 16 34 ; pi. nirta Je36 23 +iot.;cstr.nin^Ju3 23 +i9t. + Ez26 2 (Co Tlh) ; s/. V*|>1 Pr 8 s4 , Vrrtnjn 2 Ch 3 7 4 12 ; vnh^Nes 1 - 3 - 61314 ^; OHVlinjn 2CI14 9 ; 1. door of house (disting. fr. door-way, cf. 1 K 6 31 nna Gni 9 6 ) Gni 9 910 Ex2i 6 (all JE)Dti5> 7 J0S2 1 ' 9 (JE) Ju 1 1 31 19 2237 1S21" (nytrn mnh) 2 K " 6 32 ' 32 Is 5 7 8 Jb 3 1 32 ; so fig. of wisdom's house Pr8 M Vtfljrr^J ippb; partic. doors of house of '> 1 S 3 ' 5 C ^ v 3 ); temple 1 K 6 MMii 7 50 2 K 18 16 1 Ch 22 3 2 Ch 3' 4 s2 28 s4 29 s Ne 6 10 Mai i 10 ; so of Ezek.'s temple, Ez 41 *&**m*», 2. door of room Ju s 23 - 24 - 25 2 S 1 3 1718 2 K 4 s3 9 310 , esp. doors of *ttOT or D'BHp 'p i K 6 3132 7 50 2CI1 4 21 cf. also Ez 4 1 23 ; also of court rTJJJJ 2 Ch 4 9 - 9 , and of porch CjW 2 Ch 29'. 3. grates of city Dt 3 s Jos 6 26 (cf. 1 K 1 6 34 ) Ju 1 6 3 1 S 2 3 7 2 Ch 8 5 14 6 Ne 3iAe.i8.14.15 6 i ? i ^ tnen generally dis- tinct fr. iye>, wh. denotes the whole structure of gate, inch posts, open space, etc., while 'T is swinging door), 7 3 13 19 (where also sense narrower than ||"W) IS45 1 (II B^VW) cf. v 2 andi/'i07 16 ; Je49 31 Ez38". 4. in other senses (mostly fig.) : door (prob. lid) of chest 2 K 1 2 10 ; aperture of womb Jb 3'° (<:D3 '~); jaws of croco- dile Jb 4 1 6 (v:B 'i) ; lips of man Ec 1 2 4 ; doors enclosing and shutting off sea Jb 38 810 ; doors of heaven through wh. comes rain yjr 78^ (cf. 'B>n niriS Gn 7"); of column of MS. (from shape) Je 36 s3 ; fig. of easily accessible woman, Ct8 9 ; in simile Pr 26 14 ; of Jerus. as gate of people Ez 26 2 ; of Lebanon Zc n 1 . tW»TT, Tfh*! n.pr.m. (Yah(u) hath drawn) — 1. ^'Pl, a. a priest, contemp. David, 1 Ch 24 18 . b. a prince of Judah, contemp. Jerem. Je36 12 - 25 . 2. ^ a. head of a family contemp. with Zerubb. Ezr 2 60 = Ne 7 62 . b. descendant of Zerubb. 1 Ch 3 24 . C. father of contemp. of Neh. Ne 6 10 .

rfc-i 

t[n71] vb. make turbid (As. daldhu, disturb, Zim Br81 also in deriv.; Pal. X n? -1 ! fig. be anxious, fear, *£L* turbavit, conturbavit) — Qal Impf. 2 ms., rv}*ini Ez 32 s ; 3 fs. sf. a U?~

Ez 32i 3 + v 13 (Co D'e>D-tn); — stir up, 

trouble, make turbid (always with feet) sq. D'D Ez32 : (||D3"in, — D Baer, and notfc>); so 32 13 * b (but v 13b Cords. B»a-in (cf. v 2 ) for Dnhn). t [7/"-T] vb. hang, be low, languish (NH Hiph. thin, thin out vines, etc. ; As. daldlu, be weak,humbleZim BF7,! "; Ar. Jj direct, guide, Ji be directed, guided; J JJj put in motion, commo- tion; JjJjj be in motion, hang, dangle; also Jj amorous, coquettish, gesture or behaviour of women)— Qal Pf *rifa V 1 16 6 , ffa 142 7 ; 1 pi. ttiV«| V 79 8 . ^3 Is 19 6 , *h Is 38" Jb 28 4 (on v|n Pr 2 6 7 cf. nbv) ;— hang, 'depend, 1 Jb 28 4 (of one descending a miner's shaft ||W3); be low, of streams Is 1 9 s ( |P 3 "][?) ; be low, brought low, metaph. of distress ^79* 11 6 6 142 7 ; lan- guish, of eyes, look languishingly (Che) Is 38 14 . — Miph. Impf. 7* Is 17 4 , 5w Ju6 6 ,— be brought low, laid low Ju 6 6 fig. of Israel ; Is 1 7 4 of glory of Jacob. T ^'l adj. low, weak, poor, thin (especially common in "Wisd. lit. and poet.) — ?^ Lv 14 21 + 8 1., !" Ex 2 3 3 + 17 t. + in ^ 82 3 ; D'H Am 2 7 + 1 7 1. ; ni?'l Gn 4 1 19 ; — weak, thin, of kine Gn 4 1 19 (E); of Amnon 2 S 13 4 ; weak, of family of Saul 2S3I (opp. pin) cf. Ju6 15 ; reduced, poor (opp. rich) Lv 14 21 (P) Ru 3 10 (opp. 1-E>y) Je 5 4 (opp. to D^HJn, v 5 ) Pr 28' 5 Zp 3 ' 2 (hj N>y BJ>5 mostly subst., a poor (man), the poor Ex 23 3 (JE); opp. to IT? Ex 30" (P) Pr 10 15 22 16 28"; opp. Jin Pn 9 4 ; |||V3K 1 S 2 8 Jb5 16 ^72 13 82 4 113 7 Pr 14 31 Is 14 30 25 4 Am 4 1 8 6 ; cf. also Jb20 1019 Pr2 2 9 Je 39 10 ; reduced, weak, help- less (|| >iy) Jb 3 4 28 ^ 82 3 (II also DOT), Pr 22" Is io 2 11 4 26 s Am 2 7 ; mzbK Jb3i 16 ; opp. &V Jb 34 19 ;— cf. also f 41 2 Pr 19 17 21" 28 38 29 714 . fi. ilbl n.f. coll., hair, thrum (both from hanging down)— nh Is 3 8 12 ; cstr. nh Ct 7";— hair, ^B'X"1 '~ Ct7 6 ; thrum (threads of warp hanging in loom) in sim. of premature death •0JW3? nVro Is 38 12 . fn. [npT] n.f. the poor— cstr. T&[ Je 40 7 + 2t.; pl.nip^l Je52i 516 ; — the poor (coll., weak, helpless ones) Je 40 7 2 K 24" 2,5 12 (in || Je 52 16 , as also v 15 , MT has strangely the pi.) O 2 rh-hi 196 tnb^b'l n.pr.f. Delila, Philistine woman, mistress of Samson Ju i6«-»-i«-u-m-m T|l' y 9 ! u.pr.loc. a city of Judah, Jos 15^. "*" [^17*^] »*. drop, drip (WisdLt.) (NH id. (=1?T more common), I^J trough, etc., Aram. iH aX.i,dri/>)— QalPf 3ft. TJ? nBJn g&ff^J Jb 16 20 i.e. weeps (drops in tears); ^BJ DDpT rHWDy, 1 19 =» i.e. weeps (itself away Che cf.De); Imjrf. :n;an sj^t on; n^peto Ec io 18 <A« house drips, i.e. leaks, because cracks are not mended. T *]7'1 n.m. a dropping (of rain, cf. Wetzst zpv,iv. I6 9i,'6^ fig n ^ y-yp Yjb f,^ p r lg i3 etc .

rmm dwid nswi -vnjp ota T>to '"i Pr 27".

TpE/l n.pr.m. a son of Haman, Est 9". t [P £^J vb. burn(intrans.), hotly pursue (NH id., Aram, ??"*[, ,oX» all intrans. burn, kindle; Hiph., Aph. transitive) — QaAPf. 2 ms. ripJ>"J G1131 36 ; 3 mpl. *p!ni consec. Ob 18 ; sf. '$F La4 19 ; Imp/, jfy?, V i° 2 ; J nf cstr. P^

S 17 53 ; Pt. act. pi. tr$* V 7 U Pr 26 s3 ;— 

1. 6«rw, DH3 'P?^ Ob 18 (fig. of Isr. ravaging among Edomites, || Dv3tW; on construction c. 3 c f. 2 K 1 7 M ); also in bvs) D'pinb VXH ^ 7" Ais arrows he maketh burning ones (subj. God) RVDe Che al.; & Df^ tfpty Pr 26 s3 burning (fervent) lij>s (opp. $£) 3?). 2. Aoity pursue Gn 3 1 36 (E; sq. TIJ*) 1 S 17 63 (sq. id.); ^ io 2 La 4" (both sq. ace.) Hiph. Impf. sf. Dp'i>T. Is 5"; 7wiu. p.inn Ez 24 10 ; — inflame, c. ace, subj. wine Is 5 11 ; kindle obj. tf'KH Ez 24 10 . tflpyi n.f. inflammation, Dt 28 s2 . n 7*1 v. sub r6n. tD"i 3c0 n.m.°" 9 '« blood (NH &, Ar. *S ; Eth. ^y°: As. damu Nor 239 Zlm BP72 - 76 ; Aram. t", m?'f, fh U>»)— abs. *| Gn 3 7 22 +i54t.; cstr. tn Gn9 8 + 62t.; sf. VJ I S26 20 -f 3t.; ^JOT 2 S i 16 (Qr; Kt T»*l) + 4 t.; WJ Ez 16 22 + 3t.; to"jGn9 4 + 3 ot.; ROT Lv 4 3030 + 1 1 1. ; D3OT Gn 9 6 ; DOT Lv 16"+ 11 t.; pi. D'OT Ex' 4 :5 +35t.; cstr. "OTGn4 10 +i8t.; sf. TOT

S i" Kt (Qr 1OT); T£"? Ez i6 6 - 6 - 6 - 9 ; VOT Lv 

20*+3t.; v , OTLvi2 7 +2 T t.; D!TOTLv2o 11 -r 5t.; — 1. blood of man or animal, = the life (^?3) Gn 9 4 (P) Dt 1 2° Lv 1 7" '* (H); cf. "fy$Q BfcJ sin D^a v 11 (H) & oa/Ofetojp d;ot Gn 9" (P); see also ^ 72" WJ73. DOT Tp*); hence blocd of animals not to be eaten Lv 3 17 7 26 - 27 (all P) 1 7 10101 " I214 1 9 M (all H) Dt 1 2 16 - 23 15 23 1 S 14 323334 Ez 33 s5 (cf. RS KSM ), but to be poured out & covered with dust Lv 17 13 (cf. RS "•»• '•*«). 2. usually blood become visible, a. as from a wound n3OT *T 1 K 22 s5 (cf. D'OT ffin Ex 4 2526 v.infr. h); licked by dogs 1 K2i ,9 - ,9 2 2 38 EZ32 6 ; from the nose Pr 30 33 ; bloody issue of a woman Lv 15 19 cf. v 25 ; pi. rnrta w Ia « & nw ipo v 7 (all P) 20 18 (H) ; blood in which child welters Ezl6 6.6.a + V 6 ( del ABSCoal.); of goat Gn 37 3 ' (JE); of slain bird Lv i 4 6 - 51M . b. oft. obj. of W? spill, shed Gn 9 6 (P) 37 s2 (E) Nu 35 s3 (P)Lvi7*(H)Dt2i 7 iS25 sl iKi8 28 2K2i 16

4 lCh22 8 Ezl6 38 22 469 ' 12 ' 27 23 45 33 26 36 18 

(del. BCo) Pr I 16 ; also ^ 79 s DV33 DOT OMjf; OT -]B'e> a blood-shedder Ez 18 10 ; Tft n3BB>'i<JJ Ez 2 2 3 cf. v 4 (also r K 2 31 Je 22 317 iCh'22 8 28' Pr 6 17 La 4 13 ); less oft. subj. of pass. T 2 ?*, 1|?fy etc. Gn 9 6 NU35 33 (both P) Dtig 19 Zp'i 17 V' 7 9 10 . c. b)n M Dt 3 2 42 (song) blood of slain ; D"^n 1 2 S i 22 so Nu 23" (JE), obj. of nne>, f Isr. under fig. of lion; cf. also Ez 39 17 ' 18 ' 19 , & 2 S23 17 = lChn 19 (D'B^n 0% hyperbol. for imperilled life); as food of young eagles Jb 39 30 . d. oft. of innocent blood, i.e. blood shed with injustice & cruelty, 'PJ D"J Dt 21 89 1 S 19 s 2K21" 24 4 ^ 94 21 106 38 cf. v 38 Pr 6' 7 Is 59 7 Je7 6 22 3 (also 26 16 ); ^PJ D^ Jo 4 19 Jon i 14 ; also in cstr. 'PJ D1 Dt 19 10 ; cf. 27^ BfB) nisni) ' 3 't ; <p3n OT Dt 19" Je 22 17 2 K 24 4 ; D^p? DT Je 19 4 ; D»p? D^i»3S n'lE'B? M J e 2 M ; further D'pnx D1. La 4 13 ;' D3n *OT 1 K 2 31 ; in f 30 10 'OT = my (feo<A(||nn^j W1). e. aum^r o/JZoo^ D^n bxH Nu 3 5 1921 ■»••»•»•»' (all P); Dt I9 6 ' 2 Jos 20 3 - 6 ' 9 2 S 14 11 . f. pi. D'OT of abun- dance, blood in quantity, hence sts. of blood shed by rude violence, and of blood-stains; — Gn 4 10 " (J) as crying from the ground for ven- geance (cf. RS 80 " 1 '- 397 ), comp. also 2 S 3 s8 1 6 8 2 K 9 26.26. Ig j 15 g 4 26 2i Ez 1 6 8 - 6 - 6 - 936 (on txt. of v 6 vid. supr.) Zc 9 7 2 Ch 2 4 26 ; D1K W Hb2 817 , and in other connexions ; but interchangeably with sg. 2 S3 17 20" 2 K9 33 Is34 3 ' 6 - 6 - 7 EZ21 37 22" (pi. Co) 2 4 88 al.; v. esp. 'OT *D3rrt>K fft Jb 1 6 18 ; D7BnT 'OT. blood-stains of Jerusalem Is 4 4 ; = slaughter, sg. Gn 37 26 (J) Je 48 10 Ez 5 17 28^ (IP?1) 3S 22 (II id-)! Vlimi Dt32« (song: cf. + 79 10 ) ; pi. H3$ 'OT 2 K 9 7 - 7 ; pspr 'OT Hoi 4 bloodshed at Jezreel; cf. D'OTa'D'OT «»J Ho 4 2 ; n»ni)0 "OT 1 K 2"; in Ez 9' Don fnsri N^ni (B aer ) r d. xrm for Den v . d. H DT

nrn Vrss Co Comm. ; Dn? 31K fte in wait for blood Pr i n cf. v 18 i2 6 Mi f; DW of a pZan of murder Is 33 1S (obj. of JffiB'); CI?'! CSB'lp Ez 7 23 bloody crime; as symbol of oppression, violence Mi 3 10 (||n^), Hb 2" (||id.) g. D'CR — guilt of bloodshed, blood-guiltiness Ex 22 1 , then more generally, mortal sin (RS 0TJC4 "' 2, "" d « 1 , cf. Ez i8 13 ) V5I 1 ' (cf. Ho 12 15 ); also D'pna Xia 1 S 2 s 25 - 33 . h. pi. also in phrases : DW |nn bloody bridegroom Ex4 2526 ; also those denoting character, chiefly poet., COT B»N bloody man (sanguinary) 2 S 16 8 ^ 5 7 DWn K*K 2 S 16 7 ; om ^:K, ^ 26" 55" 59 3 139 19 Pr 29'°; DWn n^-^Kl Woorfy house 2 S 21 1 but rd. with ® We Dr BnM nJV3 bxi, 4' on his house is blood; D'OT "Vy Na 3'; "V? DTO Ez 2 2 2 24 6 + v 9 (del. B Co), i. » *^1 /«'s Moorf t« in (upon) him, he is responsible for his own death Lv 20 9 cf. v 1112 - 1316 - 27 (all H), Ez 1 8 13 ( + fW) ; 13 tel Ez 3 3 5 ; te*»ha tej Jos 2 1919 ; so with 13?' 1 K 2 s3 , njn»v«Ez33 4 ; igtf) by ^«  2 S i 16 , and 'iB'N-i-i'y toTTI* *> 3^0 1 K 2 32 '; also 1^33 DW b^BTI Nb Dt 2 2 s ; and D*^ 0m fa&i >t Ju 9 24 ; (b«) ^ D^ ft} Je 2 6 1S Jon i»; Dn?T ^ njni Dt 19 10 , v. 2 S 21 1 supr.; also sg. Ez 2 2 4 ncefc i]D-J3, and as subj. of b 3e>rv; s/jaZZ 6e imputed to Lv 17 4 (H); tTDT. b pK Ex 22 1 cf. v 2 (both JE) & (sg.) Nu 35^ (P). j. of judicial process in case of bloodshed "en D-fp Bfj-p]} as^tsb Dt 1 f cf. 2 Ch 1 9 10 ; nbyn rib JP DT^S Lv 19 16 (H). k. in phrase require blood at thehandof,exa.ctwengeance(forit)from, 1>Q to} B*!^ EZ33 6 Gn 9 5 ; tfyjj toj GH42 22 (E); abs. D'OT Eh'l ^ 9 ' 3 ; M-jJO iOTTiK B>j?3K 2 S 4» cf. Ez 3 18! » 33 8 ; -by '^ IpS Ho i 4 ; "1 WJ3J1 Jo 4*; Ez 3 5 6 - 6 - 6 - 6 ; cf. on the other hand * ^Q 133? nsiS tol }frfa r S 26 20 i.e. let it not be unavenged. 1. of blood as defiling a land Nu 35 s3 (P) cf. + 106 38 (pi. D'ma) ; fBpjf D^O Ho 6 8 of a city foot-printed (VB) with blood; defilinghands Is 1 I3 59 3 La 4 14 cf. Ez 2 3 3745 ; further, of blood as oppressing one who has shed it BfeJ EH3 pt?y Pr 28 17 . m. atonement for blood-guilt is expressed by D^n Dnb "IB331 Dt 2 1 8 (on form of vb. cf. Ges 5S5 - 9 & Di)7 ni blood (-shedding) as connected with divine wrath ana n^y vion vdbb>i Ez 14 19 ; imp] n»n b* Ez'io^/v. further QTO TfTI T3f K Dt 3 2 T42 , cf. Je 46' ; cf. also of human vengeance by divine help Jflftn DTB ^PIT ,/, 58"; Dn3 *JpJl fTOR 68 s4 ; note further' Is 49 s6 Ez 3 9 ' 9 (in both fig. of being drunk with blood) ; then of simple human vengeance biKt? D"ia iDTbmK riTAl!

K 2 9 . o. of water turned into blood (sg.) 

in Egypt, by divine power Ex 4" (J) <]"■*> (JE) V ' 9 ' 9 - 2 ' (P) ^ ? 8« jos 29 ; cf. Is. 15 9 & E/. 3 2«; further, of appearance of blood in sky Jo 3 s , & of colour of moon v 4 ; specifically of red colour of water D^J D'EHK 2 K 3" cf. v 23 . 3. blood used with religious significance, a. blood of passover-lamb Ex 1 2 71313 (all P) ?»•»■» (all JE); note also TVnsn D% i.e. blood by which a covenant was ratified Ex 24 s (JE) Zc 9". h. blood used in ritual, Lv 1 7" "»S3< B»Q|3 KW Cnn (H); cf. 2 Ch 29 s4 ; also Ez 4 4 '-"' (both || afcfj); further Lv i 6 Is 1" V'50 13 ; thrown on altar, vb. Pit usually c. 7? Ex 24" (JE^ 16 - 20 Lv i 5 " 3 2813 7 im 8 i9. M 9 , s ., 8 ( al i P ) r 7 « (H) Nu 1 8 17 (P) Ez 43 ' 8

K 1 6 13151S 2 Ch 2 9 22 - 22 - 22 cf. 30 16 ; sprinkled, vb. 

njn Lv 5 9 16 19 (both P); sprinkled toward tent of meeting (vb. njn) Nu I9 44 (P); brought ir.io tent of meeting Lv 4 516 6 s3 cf. io 18 (all P); sprinkled toward the holy of holies (vb. njn) Lv4 e.6.i7 l6 H.u ( all p^. brought within t^ veil on day of atonement Lv 1 6 1SIS " (cf. v 14 ) v 27 (all P); thrown on people EX24 8 (JE; p"}J); sprinkled on priests (njn ) Ex 2 9 21 L v 8 30 (both P) ; on garment (in sanctuary, njn) Lv 6 20 (P); ap- plied withfinger to horns of altar Ex 2 9 12 Lv4 718 - S5.30.34 8 « 9 9.9.9 jglg.18 ^ p ; rf a J g0 ^ ^,9) ^

20 ; applied to tip of right ear of priest Ex 2 9 20 

LV8 2324 (all P; also Lv 14 1425 P); poured out at baseof altar ("bx W?)Ex 2 9 12 Lv 4 718 - 25 »> : « (all P); cf. with nso (Niph.) Lv i 15 5 9 ; with PT T 8' 5 (all P); half of blood put in basons Ex 24" (JE); blood poured out on altar Dt 1 2 2727 ; blood of red heifer burned NU19 5 (P); vid. further such terms as 'nst DT Ex 23 18 34'* (both JE) (cf. Dt 12 27 2 K 16 15 ); D'P^n Q-<[ Lv v 33 (P; cf. v 14 ); nnssn nxtsn di i,x 30 10 (P) cf. Ez 45 19 ; oran'c] l v t I4 i4.i7.25.s8 ; ^ v naj, ubf, riKlsn, DfK); T'jn-D'n, swine's blood, as heathen offering Is 66 3 ;' cf. D^O Dn'apj ^ x 6 4 (v. Che). 4. fig. of wine D'bjjrD'n Gn 49" (blessing of Jacob || }£); cf. Dt 32" (song) nDn-nwri a:y d 1 ?.— fcr$ Ez 19 10 prob. text. error cf.VR; Da prop. rIDl"l3 era her height. tl. Tltyi vb. be like, resemble (NH id., T T ^ Aram. W, NO , | ) )c»? ; cf. p»l, )Ii> ;>Wcb, Nab. '"DT «'rf. (No in Eut N,b - lnKr - I>Si ); also )l'<io?, and ).ooc» likeness (whence Ar. iUo image, effigy, as loan-wd. Fra 272 ) cf. nin^l)— Qal Pf.

ms. 1 Ez 31 8 ^I44 4 ; 3 fs. nriOT Ct7 8 ; 2 ms.  man 

La 2 18 ^JTria DMPTPK, i.e. cease not to weep (|| '"WP1 ^33 Tfa). 3. 6e stnwi; <fcm&, astounded, in simazement and fear Ex 1 5 16 (J3N3) Is 2 3 2 (but cf. II. Don). Niph. P/. 3 pi.

  • B"TJ1 consec. Je 25 s7 ; Impf. *BT Je 49 20 50 30 ,

IOT 1 S 2 9 ; 2 mpl. WW Je 51 6 — 6« made «i7en<, i.e. destroyed; the wicked 1 S 2 9 (^na), cf. Je 51 6 ; men of war Je 49 s6 50 30 ; dwellings Je 25". Po. Pf. 1 s. vpa wopini WB> ^ 1 3 1 2 ' composed and quieted my soul ' Che (as a weaned child). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. sf. 13Q"in he (God) hath silenced us (= caused to perish) Je 8". TrTOttT n.f. (silence) whisper (on format, cf. Ba™*)— ngn non-i ^ip vxr -iron 1 K 19 12 ; JfCB'N P'lpl HOO' 1 ! Jb 4 16 a whisjwr and a voice, i.e. an articulate whisper (cf. Di); ^IVO DpJ npp"Ip ^ 107 29 Ae settleth storm into whisper. IPTO"! n.f. one silenced, brought to si- lence (I; destroyed?) Djn ^na fW13 "11X3 ^O Ez 27 s2 (form pecul. & sense dub.: Baer ncn3; Co rnra f r . 133 adj., cf. 23 41 + 45 14 ) AV What city is like Tyrus, like the destroyed (as though for HfTB cf. IWm 26 1 ; but Pi. Pu. not elsewh.) in the midst of the sea 1 RV like her that is brought to silence.— Dl BlerEMch "• I '* Pr64 der.,hesi- tantly, fr. II. Dm. til- [OP^] vb. wail (?; cf. As. damdmu, groan, wail, lament, Dl B " r E " <!h,,:rrM )— only Qal Imv. , K pE?' 1 Wl Is 2 3* wail, ye coast dwellers (cf. DI 1 *), ||^n v 1 , & * "Vf* &»^I v 6 ; most, however, assign this to I. DOT q. v. (3). f21 (v'of foil., mng. dub.; At. ^1, pre- pare, impr&ve, manure land, appar. denom.) Tdl n.m. dung (Ar. ^-i) always in this form and always of corpses, lying on ground as offal 2 K 9 37 Je 8 2 9 21 16 4 25 s3 * 83 11 . T niTDT n.pr.loc. Levitical city in Zebulun Jos 2 1 36 (but rd. perh. HJtoT + ; cf. 1 Ch 6 62 Jos 19 13 , and v. Di). tiETD n.pr.loc. in Moab Je48 2 (on text, however, cf. Che Is 25 10 ). fl. i*T2?2"Ttt n.f. dung-place, dung-pit, '03 'D Is 25' T ° (Qr 'O to}). tn. n201T2 n.pr.loc. in Benjamin, N. of Jerusalem Is io 31 . tn20"Ttt 1. n.pr.loc. city of southern t — : — Judah J0S15 31 ; loc. dub., Onom. HiftofSpo

'V2- = Mi;i/o«t near Gaza La^oi.om.m.tod.i.m. cf Minyay S. of Gaza Rob"*'-" ; on other pro- posed identif. cf. Di. 2. n.pr.m. descendant of Caleb 1 Ch 2 49 . ttyO'TI Vb. weep (NH id., Ar. i^S & i-. j ; Aram. PP 1 !, ■^ij: As. in deriv., v. infr.), Qal Impf. 3 fs., and Inf. abs., Vpnn ybn} riVO 1 ! W "nni Jei3 17 . T [yp 1 !] n.[m.] (weeping, trickling) juice, i.e. wine or (&) oil (cf. foil.) lyo"! Ex 22 s9 (llinx'jp), c f. Di ; Ar. £& iSl'i=wine. t nyCI n.f. coll. tears (chiefly poet, and late ; freq. in Je. and contemp.) (Ar. kli ; As. dimu, dimtu Hpt* 4120 """- Zim BP23< °; Aram. WOT, Jooo»; NH WJ, nyp-=!)_abs. 'T ^8o 6 + i o t. ; cstr. nypi Ec 4 1 ; «/. 'nym ^6 7 + 4 1.; ^nyo^ 2K20 6 =Is38 5 + Ez 24" '(del. ® Co); nnvpT La i 2 ; pi. riiVD-n ^ 80 6 La 2"— tears ^6 7 Ec 4 1 La i 2 2"; esp. in Je. in phrase TW '1 TS etc. Je 9 17 13 17 14 17 , cf. La 2 18 ; JeS 23 TJ) '1 "lipp ; WVOT ^);1X of weeping over, in be- half of one lsi6 9 ; as appealing to God's com- passion 2 K 20 6 =Is 38 s f 39 13 ; f 5° 9 ^ "9^ ^TiOa (cf. Che); v. also ^ 1 16 8 Je 31 16 Is 25"; opp. iip ^ 1 26 s ; of hypocritical tears Mai 2 13 ; fig. tears as food ^42* ( Dn ^ "Wh); '1 orb 8o«; as drink 80 6 , cf. Babyl. dimtu, maStitt, tears (were) my drink (Zim B1 ' 42 ; || bikitum kurmatt, weeping (was) my sustenance). — Ez 24 16 &s ■^nyp'1 Ki3Tl del. © Co cf. v 23 . TptoQT n.pr.loc. Damascus (As. Dimaski, Dimasli, DP 1280 Schr COTGl>15 '" ABK323 Jager 8 * 8 ii.a8it. Ar. JJLo, J-L.JJ Aram. X Onk, etc. PC01, Ps- Jon pt?0-n; jjoflojoi?) — p'»P' ! ! iK 1 1 24 + 2 8t.; P&EHGn i 4 15 4-8t.; pawn 1 Ch i8 5 + 3 t. Ch; ptjvf* 2Ch 24 23 28 s ; P^B« 2K16 10 ; pB^D" 1 ! Am3 12 v. foll.,Vrss. pf&l; — ancient Ara- maean city, situated lat, 33 30' N., long. 36 15' E., in plain E. of Hermon & SE. of Anti- Lebanon; on the Nahr Baradd (Gk.Chrvsor- rhoas); mcd.Dimishk& Esli-SJiam^ob^^ 1 ""- B(1 r.ia>7. Damascus Gn I4 1S Am 5 s7 1K1 1 2424 2Ki4 28 Ct7 5 ; soalsoprob.Gni5 2 (perh.glosscf. Di), (Am 3 12 v. foil.); a trading-centre EZ27 18 ; as capital & residence of king of Aram 1K15 18 = 2 Chi6 2 , cf. 1 K20 34 2K i6 91010111113 2CI128 5 Is7 88 8 4 io 9 (cf. Peters 1 "*-^" laftM2 ) i7 MJ, Je 4Q 23 - 24 - 27 ; including also surrounding territory Ez 47 1617 cf. v 18 48 1 , v. "I .Tjlnp 1 K I9 1S ; '1 ninn? 2X5'-;= kingdom Am 1" cf. Zc 9 1 ; potan 200 once (late) 1 rba 2 Ch 24°; note also "1 D1K 2 S 8 i6 = 1 Ch 18 56 ; further 1 ^K 2 Ch 28 s " (||dik ^bp'n^s). "'"pttto'l n.[m.]? Am3 12 fcn» '131; punct. & mng. dub. : all ancient Vrss pBTSl, and so PnseyHoffm **»'"■ «■ ('in Damascus on a couch ') al., yet this hardly suitable in context ; Thes Hi Ew Baur Ke Gunning KV al. follow MT, & render damask, silk, etc. (Ar. ,jLJLo, connex. with city pB>S1 (Ar. jJLlj) disputed'; ace. to Frii 40 - 288 Ar. JUL.} is by metath. from (jl»i*, & this a loan-word from Syr. f~" - " & this from Gk. ii(ra£a (Old Lat. metaxa)).

v. sub pi. 

b&yi v. sub p. J^*7 (v of foil., mng. unknown). liXftl n.m. wax, 33ft Mi i 4 + 2 1. ; 3311 ^ 2 2 16 — always in simile, of melting; at theophany hills melt like wax jr 97 s ; like wax before fire Mi i 4 ; wicked perish as wax melteth be- fore fire iff 68 3 ; heart melteth like wax ^ 22 15 (simile of fear, despair). On *1 in f 11 8 12 cf. Bae Che"""' tnrT n.pr.loc. a city of Judah 'in the hill country/ named just before Kiryath Sanna =Debtr ( = K. Sepher), Jos 15 49 @ 'Pewa. Tmrtn n.pr.loc. capital city of king Bela in Edom Gn 36^= 1 Ch i 43 ; identif. with Tennib (perh. — 2 7 henib, near the edge of the Belka, ENE. from Heshbon, described by Tristr Mo,b m ) by Neubauer Ac,d - "* " cf. Tomkins lb. 284 bwi v. ^31 sub pi. sn, nsn v. sub jrr. ^>Nl3n (Wi) v. sub m ran. ([^TJm] vb. go out, be extinguished (poet. & esp. Wisd. lit.) (Aram.^pyi, ^?)— Qal Pf. 3 mpl. Win Is 43 17 ; Imp/. ?F) Pr 20' 20 , 'HJH? Jb i8 5 + 4 t.; — go out, be extinguished, of lamp, always fig., lamp of wicked (i.e. pros- perity) Dy?n 1K Jb 18 s , "I 13 Jb 18 6 2 1 17 Pr 13 9 20 20 24 20 ; of hostile armies Is 43 17 ( || Of). Miph. P/ 3 pi. «$j13 6e made ea-«mc<, dried up, Jb6 17 (of brooks). Pu. Pf. 3 pi. ^3$H of assailants, be extinguislted, quenched D"^P 5W? * 118 12 ; but rd. perh. njn with © Bae & Che, v. Che cr " "• n.VT v. sub yi n2*T («/of foil., mng. unknown; NH *0i"=l is blemish, faulty. ^!V$ n.[m.] blemish, fault T^*H3? • *?T"HJ? V' 50 20 against thy mother's son thou dost allege a fault (pjpn T 1 ???)- T [pS -T] vb. beat, knock (Ar. JIT ^owr oiti, also drive (beasts)) — Qal Perf 3 mpl. sf. Qipsni consec. Gn 33 13 , but rd. 1 s. sf. D^PBI* @ <S Sam Di beat (in driving, drive severely or cruelly); Pt. pBft Ct 5 2 abs. knocking (at door). Hithp. Pt. nhn^jj D'pSinn Juio 22 6ea< violently (beat themselves tired) against the door. inpOl n.pr.loc. first station of Isr. after PD 131D Nu 33 1213 ® 'Pac^aica; situation un- known, cf. views in Di. (On an interpret, of name from a stone or metal Mafkat, Ta-Mafkat = J/a/to-district, v. Eh 08148 '- 652 *) p"1, pT v. sub ppl. p*7 (v of foil. cf. Jjj a kind of palm; NH ?p1, date-tree, palm, Aram, N^l, JL»?)- tn . p"! n.pr.m.(loc.) a son of Joktan, i.e. an Arabian territory or people Gn io 27 =

Ch i 21 ; unknown, cf. Di Gn io 27 . 

tfpp'T] vb. crush, pulverise, thresh; be fine (Ar. (Jj be or become thin, minute; Eth. £<P$i As. dakdku Pa. break in pieces COT 010 "; Ph. pi id., Aram. PB1 Pa. id., «$) —Qal P/ 3 ms. p" 1 ! Dt 9 21 , pi Ex 32 20 ; /mp/ 3 ms. sf. «g3 Is 28^; 2 ms. pi? Is 41 16 ;— 1. crush (trans.) sq. ace. Dn? bread-stuff, corn Is 28 s8 ; of threshing [&H Is 41 15 (fig. of pulver- izing mts.) 2. only Pf. ; be fine, of state to wh. Moses reduced the golden calf by grinding piiete iy jnt?»i Ex 32 20 ; pine inx nbKi Tsyb' piiB'K tj aa'n Dt 9 21 . Hiph. Pf pin

K 23 15 2 Ch 34 4 ; 2 fs. nipnni consec. Mi 4 13 ; 

Impf. Vf 2 K 23 6 2Ch is 16 ; is. sf. DPR| 2 S

43 (but Bgni; || f i8 43 ); /«/. ata. pin Ex 30 36 ; 

C6<r. pllp 2 Ch 34" (form anomalous cf. Ew HMd 01 n»i, gg. rd perh p^ Ki . or pjt, [v. pi? Is 40 15 ] cf. Ot) ; — ma^e dust of, pul- verize 13V? PI? 1 . 2 K 23" (i.e. the Ashera), || 2 Ch 3 4 4 - 7 (pini> nn?); so of the bamah pin IDV^ 2K23 11 ; of the n$D» 2 Chi5 16 ; fig. Mi 4 13 (obj. D'31 D'B?); Ex 30 36 (P) has FipPIBI P!HJ l " 1 ??'? a«d Mom s/ia/< 6ea< scone 0/ i< ^we PT

T" 1 (i.e. the incense); 2 S 22" rd. DPTtj (||^ 18 43 ) for DO|. Hoph. Impf pn? Is 28® 6e crushed, subj. On? bread corn (cf. supr. Qal); - — on sense cf. Che Di. T|T1 adj. thin, small, fine — abs. m. '1 Ex I 6 14 +4t.; P^Lvif; f. njW Lvi6 12 1K19 12 ; pi. f. abs. tfp? Gn 4i c +2 t. ; ^ 41 24 ; cstr. nipn 4 1 3 , nh v 4 ;— 1. <Atn, of kine "^ *l Gn 41 3 cf. v 4 (Sam has in both rrtpn c f. MT v 19 - 20 - 27 ); of ears of corn v 6 '- 23 - 24 (all E); <fo'», shrunk, withered, of man Lv2i 20 (H). 2. small, fine, of the manna "®?3 p 1 ! DSDnD pi Ex 16 14 ; of incense Lv 16 12 , hair 13 30 (all P); of dust P^N pi. Is 2 a 5 ; in sim. of isles in hand of'*, P" 5 !? O^ti ?toj Is 40 15 (P" 1 ! = subst._/wie thing, fine dust); once of a low whisper HiST iTDlDl pip 1 K 19 12 . J pi n.[m.] veil, curtain (as thin), HBian DVpB' p13 Is 40 22 Ae m>Ao spreadeth out, like a veil, the heavens. [ lp -T] vb. pierce, pierce through (NH id., Aram. 1 !", ii?)— Qal Pf. 3 ^. <"£1 Zc 12 10 ; a/. ^iJT consec. 1 S 31 4 , Vl^"jl consec. Zci 3 3 ; Impf. Tn») NU25 8 , VnjriVju 9 64 — •pierce, run through (always c. ace.) : as retribu- tive act, Israelite and Midianit. woman NU25 8 ; false prophet Zc 1 3 3 ; but also as speedy death Ju 9 s4 (Abimelech); 1 S 31 4 * (Saul)= 1 Ch 10 4 , also r S3I 4 " (but del. Be We after 1 Chio 4 &so ©L i S3i 4b ), see also Zc i2 10 (cf. Johni9 37 ). Niph. Impf. "1|W be pierced through, slain Is i3 15 (in conquest of Bab. by Medes). Vn.Pt. pi. D^ifTO pierced, riddled, (i.e. desperately wounded) warriors, Je 3 7 10 , slain Je 5 1 4 ( || D^n); by hunger La 4 9 (|pV"J ^>0). T Tpl n.pr.ni. (piercing, i.e. sharp weapon 1 Talm. jrick, mattock} 1K4' ~*p!f'$ cf. sub. }3. •tST^pTO] n.f. piercing, stab, thrust, only^. cstr. 3"jn nhp"ip| Pr 12 18 like thrusts of a sword, sim. of rash speaking. "H v. -m. "VT v. in. K1*T (■v'of folL cf - Ar - 5* r «F0- TVisO^ n.m. aversion, abhorrence, abs.

  • 1 Is 66 24 object of abhorrence ; cstr. D?iy jiN"n

everlasting ablwrrence Dn 1 2 2 (on form cf. Lag™ 200 ' 202 ). -T7 (Voi foil. cf. Ar. i!j,j become accus- tomed, trained, £J£ train, cf. Fl NH WB'- *" ; also Eth. .CCfl?: (quadrilit.^'acwZando infigere, etc.; or, since J3"1"J Aram, in form, & I S 1 3" peril, secondary, possibly regard as Aram, loan-word & connect with Ar. <^>,i be sliarp, penetrating (GFM, note of Apr. 1892)). t]l-lT n.[m.] goad (NHttf.), )YtV) V$$

S 13 s1 (on form cf. OV mx >* al. Dr). 

[nOH"^] n.[f.] goad, only abs. pi., in sim. nttrvjj rj^'oan n:n Ec 12 11 (cf. De Koh4S4 ). J™)*7 (v of foil. cf. Ar. ~3 go on foot, step by step, walk, L'± rise in grade, rank; NH J-PI Hiph. raise 'make high; Eth. £.Cl is 6e connected; Aram. «^j» (verb denom. ace. to PS); also As. dardgu, be high, lift, Lyon 8 "" "'""' 80 , durgu, daragu, path, way (of steep moun- tain paths) COT 010 " (cf. also "pi) ; Ar. l^S a step, stair, Aram. ^Vi, t^j?, Us^?> *d-) TirnTQ n.f. steep place. steep, — 'oCt2 14 (||vbr5), pl.'nij-nBn Ez 38 20 (|| tnrm and roin). TVTVI n.pr.ni. (etym. dub.; possibly = "YTH, belonging then sub vn, cf. Thes Add 83 ) — only 1 K 5 11 Ethan the Ezrahite, and Heman, and Calcol, and Darda, tlie sons of Mahol (types of wise men, but Solomon wiser than they); =Vn% i Ch2 6 , where rd. VVr[ with @ % & Codd. ■VTvn v. -m. tfrei, m fm v. -m. tttJT~H n.pr.m. Darius (Old Pers. Ddra- yava'ush cf. Spieg APK81 ) — 1. Darius Hystaspis, 522-485 Ezr 4 6 Hg i"» 2 10 Zc i« 7 1 . 2. Darius Codomannus, 336-332 Ne 12 22 . 3. ' Darius the Mede,' Dn 9 ' n 1 , cf. Bev""" 19 . t?jy-R Ezr io 16 v. enn. f "!T"Tl vb. tread, march (Aram. T±% y»? ; NH Hiph. Zead, conduct; Ar. iv. us^jl raicA, overtake; Eth. .fi£h: 6e rough, severe (from caZ- caCT«, l)i); ao£:d.li threshold, vestibtde) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. V-l Nu 24" + 6 1.; 3 fs. nyjj Jos 14';

ms. Krn Hb 3 15 ; 1 s. •Mil Is 65* Zc 9 ' 3 ; 

pi. VVI Jb T 22 ,5 + 3 1.; Impf. 3 ms. IpT Mi 5 4 + 6 t.+pT Je 5 1 3 ('ip t6l SfO); 3 fs. ^^* Dt n 24 Jos i 3 ; 2 ms. VJ? Dt 33 M + 2 t.; 2 k ^-inn Ju 5 21 ; 1 s. sf. DS-i-lK'! Is 63 s ; 3 mpl. OTP 1 S 5 s , fOTtl ,j, 1 1 2 , B^p Ju 9 27 ; 2 mpl. OTJPI Dt 1 1 25 ; >i. act. TT> Am 4 ,3 -|- 5 1.; ^">i' ! l Jb' 9 8 ; D'S-p Je 25 30 Ne 13 15 ; *fil Je 4 6 9 + 5 t.; pass. f. fOT^ Is 2 1 15 ; tteff] 5 28 ;— 1. tread, march, march forth, abs., ti? 'BteJ 'ai'in Ju 5 21 ; cf. 3p$£D 3313 V% Nu 24 17 (poem) a star hath marched forth from Jacob. 2. tread upon (laud), sq. 3 Dt 1 36 n 26 (subj. pers.), Jos 14 8 (subj. brj) cf. Dt 1 1 24 = Jos 1 3 (subj. D^fl Id) ; tread in a path, sq. 3 Is 59 s (fig. of mode of life); tread in (on) the sea, sq. 3 Hb 3" (but txt. dub. cf. VB); of an invader P»0to"}*| TpT Mi 5 4 (|| «:n«3 KtP); «^3J3 "T v 5 (|j «.); sq. i^ 1 S5 6 (jtej jrisD-^y); ^, 9 i 3 (jnei W^S); esp. (poet.) H? "D103-^5? Mi i 3 , of '», so Am 4 13 , & (D' r ^nna-i'y) Jb 9 8 ; of Isr. treading on heights of enemies, i.e. subduing them Dt33 M . Once sq. ace. p!W ref. TIN) Jb 2 2 15 . In technical senses 3. tread wine- (or oil-) press, sq. ace. By? t Jb2 4 " (Ull^:), "to? Nei 3 15 ; sq. ace. of thing pressed E^g'T Am9 13 ; also of product &n>r,) . . . n^-rin-iri ki6 15 ; tfrp tib vyxm ): Jfi^D Is 16 10 ; sq. n;3 Is 63 s (in sim.); abs. Je 25 30 (sim.) 48 s3 ; fig. of judgment Is 63 s sq. ace. JTJ13 winepress, subj. cf. v 3 *3K3 D3"!"]N1 (|| Don), i.e. tread tliem down; so ^'i^ IJTJ D3 irarTH rtaro!> La i 15 . 4. tread (i.e. bend) the bow, sq. ace. ng> Je 51 3 (^p/in frV spT'^? to^i?); fig- of assaults of wicked jr n 2 37 14 , of judgments of '» -^ 7 13 La 2 4 3 12 ; also fig. of Judah as bow in hand of fVttiV $ WDT1 i| Zc 9 13 (|| DnBK ™k> nB*p); twice in like rang. c. obj. Yt} arrow ^ 58* (but on txt. cf. Che ""•"•) 64 4 ; JIB'S , 5"i : t= bow-benders, archers Jeso 14 - 29 1 Ch5' 8 8 40 2Chi 4 '; rOTTI nfp_ bent bow Is 2 1 16 , nta-n vnn$5 5 s8 . Hiph. P/ T"H™ Is n"; sf. 'ranin J e 51 33 (where many Inf! cstr.) cf. RS"*"'m'w)« ; j s . sf. TW!? Pr 4"; 3 pi. sf. v«Tjn Ju 20 43 , towyjrj Jba8 8 ; /mp/. TJT *25 9 , s f . *?9TP Hb 3 19 ;' B3*rP ^io7 7 ; is.sf. D? ,- !l« Is 4 2 16 ; OTpi Jeg 2 (cf. Ges l6 * 3 ' B1 ); /«m ms. sf. 'SITU V' 2 5 5 119 s ; Inf. cstr. v. supr.; P<. sf. WVP Is 48 17 ;— 1. iread, tread down, of treading down enemy in battle Ju 20 43 ; of treading a path Jb 28 s ; levelling threshing- floor Je f,i 33 (all sq. sf.). 2. tread (bend) the bow (=Qal4), only fig. DPlfi? DjiBJimK Oyj»1 IpS* Je 9 2 and they have bent their tongue as their bow in falsehood. 3. causat., cause to tread or march, lead, returning exiles Is 1 1 15 (subj. '»; no obj. expressed); cf. STTia D2T19 rnB^ j, 107' and Zte fed <Aewi tn a straight way ; v. also Is 42" (|| Tr^ n ); with a moral applica- tion T$H$fp« TWin Pr 4"; cf. ^no"

T" ytfep? 3»rua <Mn*]? z m d m « in , <Aepa</ t 0/% commandments; ^ 25 s ^JJlt?X3 ([pJHf?) cf. v 9 EEfEfl (II 1311. "M^ Is 48 17 7]bn -]-1-13 (||Tjsj>D 'V^'" 1 ?) j once of giving security & triumph

  • ?3Tp 'ntoa-bj? Hb 3 19 upon mine heights he

maketh me tread (cf. Qal 2). Ifyh m a.m. Dtl7 ' 16 & (less often) f. ***■■» way, road, distance, journey, manner — abs. '1 Gn 3 8 16 + ; T|£ v 2 ^ + ; cstr. TTJ 3 24 ; sf- VJ1 2 4 « + 4 t. + 2 S 2 2 33 13T1 ; 13"H Ho 1 o 13 1 K 1 9 1S ; 13"!1 ^5 9 + 9 *•; WT?Jea»?+J8 1; to"H Gn6 12 + ; Kfrn 1 S i 18 Jb 28 s3 ; OJVJ Ju i8 5 +2 t.; Q??T» Gn' 1 9 2 + 3 1. ; Dfjl 1 K 2 4 + ; du. DWl Pr 2 8 61 ' 8 ; pi. ttyr Dt 28 7 + 6 t.; cstr. »J"fl Pr 3" + 24t.; sf. 7J<| Jb 1 3 15 + 1 7 1., n-n ^ 9510 + 4 1. ; T5"H Dt 2 8 M + 1 6 1.; T^T! Ex 33 13 + 2 t, ; T=T=! Je 3 13 + 4 1. ; T3 T T! Ez 7 3 + 3 1.; V3T=t Dt 1 o 12 + ; $7^ Pr3 17 + 3t.; «"?"! ,: J La 3 40 Zc i 6 ; Dyjf^ Lv 26 22 +i7t.; On^Jeie^+st.; ffpyWEsifi*; — 1. way, road, path Gn 35 3 (E) 38 16 ' 21 (both J) 4 8 7 (P), 49 17 (J; poem) Lv 26 s2 (H, only here in Lv) Nu 22 .211.23.23.31.34 (all JE) Dt 6 7 22 4 -« 

s 24" 25 1718 Jos 3 4 (D) Eui'iS 4" (on text 

cf. Dr) I5 2 2 4 4 2 S 16" I K I3 ».io.i«.is.i7.M.»JB.a.» l8 6.6.7 20 38 2 K 2 s3 3 s 6 19 7 15 , i9 S8JB = Is 3^ M , Ho 6 9 13 7 Is 43 16 -' 9 49 911 5 1 10 57" •" Je 6 s6 La i 5 Ez 2 1 2425 42 1112 Jo 2 7 , Ezr 8 2231 Jb 12 24 V' 107 40 no 7 Pr 7 8 8 2 26 13 Ec io 8 12 6 ; cstr. way of (oft. = to, toward) D«nn flf 'n Gn 3 24 (J)1^ 1

7 (J) D'nB*i)a n« '"i Ex 13 17 (E) jran 'n Nu 
33 (JE); cf! Dt i 219 3 1 Jos 2 7 (JE) 1 2 3 1 S 6 912 

i 3 ,7 - ,818 i7 62 2K3 20 Isi5 5 Je2 1818 5o 5 Ez47 15 48 1 ; nsnen "I (of different ways) Ex 13 18 (E) Jos 8 l5 '(JE) Ju2o 42 , cf. Dt2 8 2S2 24 2K3 8 ; '"I nanen-nx 2 S 15 23 is corrupt ; rd. w nab "I "131133 ©L Dr cf. We : the way of the olive-tree which, etc.; nrjjn 'T Dt 2 8 and (with diff. refer- ence) 2 S4 7 2 K25 4 =Je52 7 , Je39 4 ; ">33n '1 2 S 18 23 ; "pOTC 'T Nu i4 2i 21 4 (JE) Dt i 40 2 1 ; oft. of gateway, as ly^ri "t 2 S 15 2 cf. 2 K 1 1" 2 5 4 = Je 5 2 7 ; Ez 9 2 4 3 4 44 14 46 999 " 47 2 ; "< ijj^n dSw 44 3 4 6 2S ; fan n<3 'T 2 K 9 27 ,^on-j3 't Je 39 4 ; DJ? "> Is S 23 (cf. C'omm. & Schumacher J»ul»n63andPKFApr. 1888. 78. QIDIDn K13D '1 2 K II 16- sq. n_ loc. Gn 35 ,9 '(E), 3 8 14 (J) 4 8 7 (P; rd! nn*IW 01) ; Vi ^on '1 1 Nu 20 17 2 1 22 (both JE ; Ar. ^jlkL-JI i_j.j of diff. highroads, cf. Seetzen La.is.ii.3» Eob BE.n.i4i Di . = n^DD 20 19 ) i.e. the highway, used by king with his army; cf. || »TO! fJJ! Dt 2 s7 i.e. straight (or steadily) along the way; in particular of path, way, in T" which God moves t^gy! BJ3 V' 77 20 (|| T^e-I C3.1 D^p3); i3-H rraftraJ Nai 3 ; cf. «b -anas " 1 is 4 o 3 (II mb*h nbo rnnya n£); a iso Mai 3 1 , comp. Is 43 16 - 19 (way made by *) & 5 1 10 ; path of lightning Jb z8 26 38 s6 ; of light 38 1924 , of camel (rnaa) J e 2 23 , of locusts Jo 2 7 (pi.); v. further the four wonderful things Pr 30 19 the way of an eagle in the air, the way of a serpent upon a rock, the way of a ship in the heart of the sea, and the way of a man with a maid (i.e. no trace is left in any case); cf. also v 20 nDJUD npM TJTI |3 ; figure of death H?n-b Tpna' Di»ri ijJJtn '35$ Jos 23" / am going to-day in the way of all the earth (D); so also 1 K 2 2 (cf. Gn 19 31 4 a). 2. journey Gn

«1.40.4M6 ( a]1 J) Nu9 10.13 ( pj J 0S9 11.13 (b()th J E) 

i K 1 8 s7 , 1 9 7 "in ^JtSD 31; 1 ni^ Juif; 1N3 'T jn£ Am 8 14 {journey of— to— Beersheba cf. Hi St; but txt. dub., © 6 Mt, cf. Gunning; Hoffm ZAW1883.123 prop -,-J^ We ,,-,^3 C f. Bu™" 1892 ' 62 ); ' n 175 i S 2 1 6 a common (not sacred) journey; esp.c.temp.modif.D , o;nB'V'lGn30 36 (J)Ex3 18 5 3 8 23 Nu io 3333 (all JE), 33 8 (P) cf. also Gn 31 23 (E) Nu ii 31 - 3 ' (JE), 1 K 1 9 4 , 2 K 3 9 ; go one's way ta-nj> ^3 t Gn 1 9 2 (J), 3 2 2 (E), 3 3 16 (J), Nu 24 s5 Jos2 16 (bothJE),Jui8 26 i 9 27 iSi 18 26 2S 30 2 iKi 49 Je 28 11 , vid.^n; also"^ ^SHf 1S25 12 , & (fig.) 'li> n:Bt Is 53 6 (so 56" 5 infr.); of H3it, fig. of Israel, Dn$ 1j^}TH§ njBPn Je 3 13 . 3. of direction, almost or quite = toward, 1 K 8 44 ' 48 = 2 C'h 6 3438 /way toward the city, etc. ; 1 8 43 look toward the sea; esp. in Ezek. of looking, going, etc. njiEJf "1 Ez 8 55 cf. 2 1 2 40 6 ; cstr. &Hj3n ~| Ez 40 10 (del. ® Hi Co) v 22 43 1 ; fiBXn 1 v «> cf Dtt^n *l v 24S4 , DJC "» 4 1 12 , 'W 1 ? "1 4**" etc. (c. 28 1. Ez); (v. also TPP Ez 9 2 cf. 43" 44 s ; on nriK nBK 1 Ez 42 4 v. VB Co Da) cf. Wp"J| 1^ nj£"»6 Jb 24 18 . +4. way, manrxr: a. Msa^e JOKrrpa 1 Gn 19 31 (J; cf. also Jos 23" 1 K 2 2 supr.) b. = customary experience, or condition EP&i "1 Gn 31 35 (E). c. DnsD 'T Am 4 10 <Ae manner of Egypt, i.e. as was done in Egypt; Is io 24 ' 26 . d. habit of animals, ants Pr 6 6 (pi.) t 5. fig. of course of life, or action, undertakings, etc. T?"!T n S O^SO t6 Dt 2S 29 cf. Jos i 8 (D) 1 S 18" 2S 2 2 33 =V 18 33 ; Jb f 3 8 19 17 9 22 s8 24 s3 31 4 3 4 21 V io 5 35 6 37 M:a 91" 102 24 119 37 128 1 139 3 146 9 Pr 2 8 3 623 ii 5 20 24 29" 31 3 ; Is 40 27 45 13 48 15 55 89 Je 2 36 io 23 12 1 2 3 12 La 3 911 Ho 2 8 9 8 io 13 Am2 7 (D'Uyi); thrice (Ch) in summary of a king's life, of Abijah nrni Vrrn 2 Ch 1 3 s2 ; of Jotham V?n? I'nbniic-b) 2 Ch 2 7 7 ; of Ahaz

T" D^iinNm D^fefc-n vavrio} 2 Ch 28"; TQty 1 Is 3 12 cf. also Is 30 11 and 57^; =gain Is 56", pleasure, etc. Is 58 13 . t6. a. of moral action and character H? n "^5? ^IT^K "toa'^a rvnB'n Gn6 12 (P); c f. J«3«j D3"lTn« ™?e* 1 K 2 4 8 26 = 2 Ch6 1 «; cf.v 3, = 2Ch6 S0 ; "• ""aob Vffl |<an 2 Ch 27 6 ; Vr 5 9 39 2 49" 50 23 1 19 "-«-«>.Mp r + »

Je 2 ra 6 17 
8 - 21 10' 
14 2812 I6 2 - 7 - 9 - 17 - 25 19 s " 2 1 2 
3 - 5 16 17 17 10 i8"-' 5 26 13 32 1919 La 3 40 Ez ft"' 7 

M 2223 18 25 - 29 - 30 24 14 28 15 33 1720 36 19 Hg 1" Zc 1"; 'J?! 5 Tfl Ec 1 1» cf. Is 57 17 (& Je 3 2 39 c. infr.) b. of duty (commanded by etc.) na >lb "in Ex 18 20 (E) cf. 32 s (JE) Dt 9 1216 13 6 31" Ju 2 17 Jb 3 i 7 + 25 s ' 2 32 s 119 1 143 8 Pr 21 18 22' 23" Is 30 2 ' 48 17 Je 7 23 Mai 2 8 ; so, too, of wisdom yarn DJlnyjl Pr 3 17 , neon 1 4 » s 32 c f. 23 s8 ; nra 1 9 6 cf. Is 40". +c. specif.: in good sense rne»ni n3iisn 'T x s 12 23 1 K 8 36 = 2 Ch 6 s7 ; cf. Pr 16 31 Je 6 16 ; T 3 ! 1 ! B" Jb 4 6 cf. 22 s Pr 13"; V3-n (i.e. of light) Jb 24 13 (|| vria'nj); oyrt "1 f i onto 1 p r 2 20 , H ' jT »>f > ; f'37 14 , 'o'crt T|VT T Pr 1 1 20 V' 1 19 1 ; IWM1 ^ ioi 26 , ruiDK 'T V. 1 19 30 , Di^ "1 Is 5 9 8 ; D^iy "1 ^ 139 24 , D«ri " Pr 6 23 , cf. 1 2 28 Je 2 1 8 (opp. men *1 v. infr.) ; without modifier 1 S 8 3S Jb 1 3 15 23 10 , *1) nns 3$ "in^ Je 32 s9 ; cf. also a. supr.; esp. cstr. before names of good kings 1 K 2 2 43 2 K 22 2 2 Ch 1 1 17

32 2 1 1212 (pi.) so 34 2 ; cf. cn't^nn th *2-n 
Ch 17 3 the first ways of David; also 't?? '3^ 

Je 12 16 . td. oftener in bad sense HB'iSn D3~n Ju 2 19 , ^l n i 3 ^- ! K 13 33 , 3H "» Pr 2 12 8 13 28' ; cf. 2 K 17 13 2 Ch 7 14 Je 18" 23 s2 25 s 26 s 35" 36 2 - 7 Ez 3 1819 i3 22 20 44 33 n Jon 3 810 Zc i 4 ; 3to t6"l ^ 36 s Pr 1 6 s9 Is 65 s ; HBt 'iisn^ Ez 16 27 ; cf. with completed metaph. npvp K^ ^ Je i8 15 ; further T»» 1 f 1 1 9 s9 , a?y ~i + i 39 s4 , oy^B 'n f 107 17 ; 1*r*37! Pr 2 13 ; njo^i-n p r i4 ,2 =i6 35 ; yn niDH Je 2 1 8 , cf. supr. c ; &$ 'n Pr 15" (cf. 6 6 ) ; D'NBjn 1 f i 1 cf. v 6 Pr i is 3 31 4 19 (D'yBh T), jz'^W'n), 13 15 (Dna'S'l), also 15' 2i 8 'ls55 7 ; E*i5y "1 Pr 2 2 6 , cf. D^-JT B*iJ!V Pr 28 s cf. v 18 ; further, without modifier, H04 9 12 3 Pr 7 25 14 14 Is 53 6 66 s Je 2 s3 (of idolatry ^33 Iffyi *T) v 33 4 11 (cf. Hi Gf) v 18 15 7 22' Ez i6 47 - 476 ' 18 23 20 43 23 13 - 31 33 8 - 99 u 36 17 ' 7 - 31 - 32 cf. also sub a. supr. ; iB*Kl3 13-n nnb 1 K 8 32 to place his way upon his head, i.e. requite it on him = 2 Ch 6 23 , cf. Ez7 4 9 10 ii 21 16 43 22 31 ; ttyi ns Pr i«j esp. cstr. before names of bad kings By3"l J 'T 1 K 1 5 s4 (cf. v 25 ) 16 21926 2 2 w cf. v* 3 - 53 ; alsoV^ai'P'n 2 K 8 18 16 3 2 Ch 2i«- ls 28 2 (pi.); 3fT|t n»>«3^ -p-ra

m-n

K 8 27 =2 Ch 22 s (of Ahaziah, grandson of 

Ahab); njn rjyn 'I I s 8", D?ian ~| J e io 2 , "I BtffOQ Ez 20 30 cf. 2 K 2 1 21 . te. way of '": (a) = his creative activity Jb 26 14 ; applied in concrete sense to behemoth (hippopotamus) Sspa-n IY0K} Kin Jb 40" (hyperb.); cf. of wisdom to?! n^An Pr 8 s ; (6) = his moral administration, Ex 33 13 (pi.; JE); Dt 32* 2 S 22"=^ 18" Jb 2i 3l 36 a ; rn trips Dv6« ^77" (|| D*rtf*j l*lj ^ *$); ^,85" i03 7 i 3 8 5 145"; Pr io 29 Is 55" j'e 5 4S Ez iS 2 "*- 29 - 29 33" 20 Ho 14'°. (c) = his commandments n^Sni^" 1 1 MBjfj DBE*A Gn 1 8' 9 ( J) ; "• m? IK'S lTJW^ Dt 5 30 cf - (pi.) 8 6 io 12 1 1 2228 19 8 26 17 28' 30 16 Jos 22 6 (D) JU 2 s2 2 S 22 22 = f I8 22 , I K 2 3 3 14 8 M I I 3338 K21 22 2 Ch6 31 Jb2i 14 23 11 34" ^25 4 -»27 11 37 s4 51" 6f 81 14 86" 95 10 119 3 Is 2 3 =Mi 4 2 , Is 42 24 58 s 63 17 6 4 4 Zc 3 7 Mai 2 9 ; cf/' *3"P? ^ H33>1 2 Chi7 6 ; v.alsoV^J?^ V 119"; TTWf 1 ^. ■^nist? 'n v**, T^rT'-i'v 33 . r[t| 1 *i"lD] n.[m.] treading- or stepping- place, place for tlie foot to tread on, only cstr. ^JJTI? '=]-"!'? Dt 2 5 a treading-2>lace for tJw sole of a foot (cf. n 24 =Jos i 3 ). t[pQ3-H, fiinrW (M prosthet.)] n.[m.] unit (appar. of weight, certainly) of value, rare & late, perh. drachma, others daric, v. infr.: — only pi. D"?to3"H of gold Ezr 2 m (|| D^O of silver) =Ne 7 70 (id~); so D'?b:rn Ne 7 6971 ; also D'33-nK of gold money I Cn2 9 7 (HD^S?; '3 also in same v. of silver, brass & iron); of weight (or worth) of gold utensils Ezr 8 W . — Weight of Gk. 8paxnn= 4.32 grammes (= 66.5 Eng. gr.); value of silver dr.=c. gjd. Eng.; value of gold dr. (£ stater) = c. 90. &d. Eng., cf. Hultsch Gr - "• **"■ Motro1 ' (1882) **• ■■ S3 °- 260 ' " T^iiT.xTi — ^jf '1— drachma, then perhaps edit, insertion in Ne Ezr (regarded as loan-word in both Gk. & Heb. fr. some Asiatic source by JJ W GOA 1865, 1392 ft; 1856, 793 j Gesch. 1.274. H. U 188 c £ g m Listen M - N - 2 but on Gk. deiiv. cf. Lex. Lidd. & Be, alsoBrandis M4m - M "*-"- ««"ici»»rt.mrat Hultsch 1 - - 1S1 ); cf. Ph. pi. D3C3T1, 033-n = drachma ace. to JJ e BA1888.7 ^ er „ er Mem.6oc.Llm. doP»rU,1889.385 JJ ff m ago imyi m»i, 1889. 8 ^ cc fo v j ew common ]y current hitherto '~ = daric, Gk. haptiKus, cf. Syr.|jaoT»», Pers. gold coin = c. Eng. sovereign (weight = c. 2 drachm.): Brandis 1 - - 62 ' 2 ""- Hultsch 10 * 18 Schr in EiHwHArt-D^k. Erman ZPV "- 75 Hoffm za 1887.4. n. (Hoffm ,c - abandons), cf. Kyle Ezr 2 69 .) piTCH"! v. $&&*, t V"T"7 ( acc - to Thes connected with Aram. VV, YTf$ arm, Heb. $rt"Y], whence foil, in sense strong, of fortified city; this, however, is dub.) t JtrVTO n.pr.loc. a chief city of Bashan 'jn.1v Jos i9 37 ; *?It"l? Nu 2i 33 =Dt 3 1 , Dt 3 10 ; 'jrnKs ninetya Dt i 4 ; ^n^ ninetya j os 12 4 ' 2 cf. 13 31 ; — on identity of all these cf. Di Dt 3 10 ; modern Der'dt, 7 J- hours WNW. of Bosra; Euseb. 'A&pad (Lag 5n< " n ' 2 "' 86 ' 2nded - 235 ) cf. Di Nu 21 33 Wetzst H,ur * n47 - 77 ' m Bd F * 121 ". JHn 1 Ch 2 6 v. jn-n. P™)*7 (v of foil. mng. dub.; Ar. JTS = walk rapidly, hasten, ISTj shield). Tpp~H 11.pr.111. head of a family of Nethinim, who went up with Zerubbabel, /- n?.3Ezr2 M =Ne7 b8 . "m (•/of foil. words: Ar. Ji ; — 1. stream, flow abundantly (of milk, tears, rain, etc.), cf. 1. irn. 2. he abundant, luxuriant (of her- bage), cf. 'Xijl a kind of tree, now elm (Lane), & "'TH. 3. run vehemently, easily (of horse), cf.^j swift horse, or other beast, & II. "IH^. . give, light, shine (of lamp), cf. tj".* *l£y* shining star, (J,j glistening or shining of sword, ji pearls (coll.) & TJ ; hence prob. D^l). T ~H n. [m.] pearl 1 mother of pearl 1 (Ar. J pearls, »j a peart) Est i 6 . ti. "VOT n.[m.] a flowing; free run, liberty; — 1. "iTVT-IDEx 30 23 (P) i.e. myrrh of flowing, fine-flowing m. cf. "lb & Di. 2. c. K"i|3 proclaim liberty, iV3B*-W JOK3 "fri"»j Dntopi Lv25'°(H) in Jubilee year,'cf.Is6i'(|| nip-'nps); Je 34" 1517 all ref. to liberty of Sabbatical year; v 17 (iron.) Io ! I proclaim to you liberty unto the sword, unto pestilence & unto famine, i.e. liberty to be destroyed bysword, pestilence and famine, (a judgment of Yahweh); " ! Jn-n3E t Ez 46 17 i.e. year of Jubilee (cf Lv 25 10 ). tn. "tfrft n.f. +"•< swallow f 8 4 4 (|| lis?), Che (q.v.) makes simile of quiet, peace, security, and supplies ellipsis; in simile, Pr 26 s ">i3S3 5]W? liT 1 !? TO? (of groundless curse, which does not alight, i.e. is not fulfilled). TDVH n.m. south (poet. & late) (on for- mation cf 01 5216 » Sta' 295 )— OS-n Jb 3 7 17 + 14 1. + Ez 4 o 27b - 29b (del. @ Co in v !7b ; AB 03 Co in v 881 " — south, Ez 42 18 (over against D'liJ, JiB3f, -irn

«ttn D}); 12 t. more in Ezek. (of wh. Co del. 2, cf. supr.) 21 2 ( = njO"PI and 3JJ); "in TflfJ toward som<A 40 242427 , rd. also *BJ TJJ 42'° for OTfcl '1 © Ke Co ; 'in "W «nt<A </o«« 4 o [27 i ffl -™ cf. Co supr., 40" (opp. pav; also DHp), v 4S (opp. pSX)

ia ="$ 41" (opp. pax), 'in nia^b 42 13 (opp. 

tlQV). Elsewhere only Dt 33 s3 (||'d:), Jb 37 17 ; Ec i 6 u 3 (both opp. pBX). t"YTVT n.[m.] thistles (coll.) (Ar.^lj,j , still current in Pal.,Low" 100 ;Eth.^WC:) _ > , !l^PP Gn 3 18 (J) Ho io 8 symbol of wildness, desert. T W) vb. resort to, seek (cf. Ar. jlTp rub over, efface (a site), tread (wheat), fig. read repeatedly, study; .*.»» beat (a path), discuss, Pa. practise in; NH search out (a meaning), ex- pound)— QalPf. 1 Ch io 14 ; ImpfWrV ,f, io 4 + , neh-iK 1 S z8 ; , n^T]} 1 K 22'+ , f&j?. Is 55 s ; imv.'-tf~F 1 K 22 5 + ; Inf. abs. trn Lvio 16 Dt 23 s2 ; cstr. Eh"i Dt 22 2 + -eh T "£ Ez 14 7 , B^^ (scribal error for tfrnb Ew» 2S9 * Ol' 245 «) Ezrio' 6 '; i>«. Ehl Dt 11 12 + iot., Ehn 1 Ch 28 9 + 3 t.; pass. DW 1 ; yj, 1 1 1 2 , nern Is 62 12 ; syn. K>p3;— . (tread a place,) resort to, frequent, with re- ligious obj., c. acc.loc. Am 5 5 2 Ch i 5 , ? loc. Dt 1 2 5 . . see&, consult, inquire of; a. ace. **, D'ipX Gn 25 22 (J)Exi8 ls (E) I S9 9 iK22 8 2K 3 ,1 8 8 22 1318 iChi5 13 2i 30 2 Chi8 7 34 21 ^24 6 78 34 Je2i 2 37 7 EZ20 13 ; the ark of God 1 CI113 3 ; wordofYahweh iK22 5 (=2Chi8 4 )cf. iKi4 5 ; with3Yahweh iChio 14 2Ch34 26 Ezi 4 7 ; hisword2Ki 16 ; with W, ^"b? Jb5 8 ; their GodIs8 19 , Messianic king Is 11 10 ; '" IBD-^yO out of the book of Is 34 16 (in gloss, ace. to Che , « J,n1892 ' 332 ) ; c. iniKO of a "6tOaj iK22 7 (=2Chi8 6 ) cf. (supr.) v 8 2K3" and 1 K 1 4 5 (^©V*?). b. heathen gods and necro- mancers, KTnr 1 the inquirer Ez 14 10 ; with 3 ; aix nbp 1 S 28 7 , 3i«3 1 Chio 13 , M3, by?3 2 K j2.36.i6. ' w ; th ^ niasn-^s i s 8 19 , DvierrbK Dt ", B^IW^J Is 19 3 . 3. seek deity in prayer and worship : a. tlie true God (cf. B'pa 3)

  • Bnn Dt 4 20 Ho io 12 Am 5 4 " Is 9 12 31' 55" 58 2

65 10 Jeio 21 29 13 Zpi 6 La3 25 1 Chi6" (rr^ios 4 ) 28 9 2Chi2 14 i4 36 i5 2 - ,2 i6' 2 22 9 26 6 ^9 u 22 27 34 511 119 2 ' ; D'nb^n) trn 2Chi9 3 26 5 3o 19 ^i4 2 (=

3 ) 69 s3 ; T 'jfW, V77 3 ; with b, only in Chroni- 

cler, mn4 1 Ch 2 2 19 2 Ch 1 5 13 20 3 Ezr 6 21 ; twfo6 2 Ch 17 4 3 1 21 3 4 3 Ezr 4 2 ; Dr" ,,r - 603 finds in Chr weakened mng. , revere, b. seek heathen deities, c. ace. Je 8 2 2 Ch 25 15 w ; with |», Dt 1 2 80 2 Ch 1 7 s . 4. a. see&, with idea of demanding, require (B'pa is seek, simply), with ace. lost sheep Dt2 2 2 Ez «- 8 "; goatLvio" 1 ^?); with nnN, after green fodder Jb 39 s . b. inquire, investigate (a matter), abs. Ju 6 :9 Dt i3 15 i7 4 - 9 19 18 ; with ace. niaab-ba '1 0T*fl all hearts Yahweh searches 1 ( b.28 9 ; riBitsn EH-p to inquire into t/ie wonder 2 Ch 3 2" ; with p, to inquire about 2 S 1 1 3 Jb 10'; sq. ?? pers. + inf. 2 Ch 24" apply to the Levites to bring, etc., cf. 3 1 9 (?5? both pers. and rei). 5. ask for, require, demand, c. ace. rei Ez 20 40 ; + |D pers. Dt 23 s2 Mi 6* ; exact, oft. with collat. idea of avenging, DJtt? Dt 18 19 , so with TO Ez 34 10 , BTH in? D1 Gn 9 s (P) Ez 33"; ace. only, D'OI eni yj, 9 13 , SVf-) '1 io 15 ; abs. v 413 2 Ch 24 s2 . 6. seek with application, study, follow, practise, abs. by wisdom Ec 1 13 ; with ace. BEB>a '1 study or practise justice Is I 17 16 6 ; * '^P j/ m 2 ; jrr^J) 2to Am 5 14 ; commands of God f 1 ig* 6 - 94156 1 Ch 28 s ; the law Ezr 7 10 ; tDli>B> 'l seek or study the peace, welfare of any one Dt 23' Je 29 7 Ezr 9 12 , ttfadh Je 38 4 , 210 '*! Est 10 s , nj?i 'l Pr 11 27 ip- 38 13 (cf. E>p2 2, where this use is more common). 7. seek with care, care for, 1B>X p«  WW trn T^* miP land which Yahweh thy God carethfor Dt n 12 ; ni^K <ljp hf )^ let not Eloah care for it Jb 3"; 'T tfi> IjniK Je 30"; 1CX nBn^Pr 3 i>3 ; w ith^Je3o' 7 ; V??j> #1" W mo one careth for me j/ 142 5 ; but in both these |> perh. belongs to PS, cf. || T?P $ pK f 142 6 , also La 4 4 etc.; flWTI cared for (of Jerus.) Is 62 12 . ITiph. P/. En-ij Gn 42" ^Eni? Is 65 1 , V<T)13 1 Ch 26 31 ; Impf. WfXff Ez 14 3 20 3 ' 31 - 31 3 6 37 ; /w/.'abs. Eh'nxn Ez 14 3 (for Knnnn); — 1. lei oneself be inquired of, consulted, only of God Ez 14" 20 3 - 3 ' 31 36 s7 Is 65 1 . 2. be sought out 1 Ch 26 31 . 3. be required, of blood (cf. Qal 5) Gn 42 s2 (E). Note.—Q^n^"]^ W'Hl arui 6«</ <wt< of their desolate places ifr ic»9 10 (Kial. wedorsu, vid. Baer); many MSS. rd. 'Bh^, so most interpr.; ® Hup Bi Che rd. wW 6« driven from. t [tIH"|Q] n.[m.] study, exposition, mid- rash, only cstr. Bn"]l? (late; common in NH, in sense of imaginative exposition or didactic story) — Cabon 1BD Ehno midrash of the book of Kings 2 Ch 24 s7 ; ^ N^n EhnD mi Wra«A 0/ </t« prophet Iddo 2 Ch 1 3 s2 . These were prob. of a didactic character, cf. Dr Intr497, t [^li^ -T] vb. sprout, shoot, grow green (As. dasd Pi make abundant Lyon s * n ""'"" to ' 7 ; cf. also sub NS'I!, whence, ace. to others, vb. denom.)— QalP/WEn J02 22 (subj. yff rrtHJ). Mtth 206 Hiph. Impf. 3 fs. XB>"iri (juss.) Gn I 11 cause to sprout or shoot forth Vf] fife} MJ^._ K^ Je 50" v. sub Eto. tsCTJ n.m. Ij156 grass (NH t</., As. disu, herb, Lyon s " ,t< ""'" rt< " i9 ; Sab. ml fresh shoots DHM ziiQi g 76.K«7 _ springtime CIS""- 11 ; Aram. mm, jl ? r(cf.Lag BN,30 ; i)— "1 abs. Gn i n + i 3 t. — ace. cogn. KBHPI Gn i 11 ; cf. v 12 (in both, pro- duced by earth); springing out of earth 2 S 23*; of a second crop of grass Pr 2^ (opp. "*¥}); caused to spring forth by God NBH KJfb ITOXnb Jb 38 27 ; refreshed by rain Dt 32 s ; "I riiN? ^ 23 s ; as food of wild ass Jb 6 5 ; as failing (withered) Is 15 6 ; lacking for animals Je 14 5 ; VBft PF! sim. of weakness 2 K 1 9 M ( || "$■ ±>V.) =Is37 27 ; of transitoriness (withering) ^37' 2 C 1 PTJ) ; of growth and prosperity, Is 66". t|t£^T vb. be fat, grow fiat (Ar. Ljj ; whence also Liz grease, fat; NH ft? -1 ! make fat, cf. NH m, fat)— Qal P/. 3 ms. |t?Hl consec. Dt 3 1 !0 ( J E) fi g. of Isr.'s prosperity. Pi. Pf Mg^ ^23 5 ; y #"!1 consec. Nu4 n ; i»»p/: n^T^fhj ^ 20 4 volunt. (cf. Ges' 48 ' 3 De ; but perh. rd.'sf HJ-, BJ- v. Ki Ges lc ); 3 fs. m f9f Pr 15 30 ; /m/ toBh!> Ex 2f — causat. make fat }OCO 'n it^O i.e. anoint, symbol of festivity and joy ^23'; D ?$ / * 1 Pr I 5 3 ° of bodily effect of good news; i"6iy '"I find a burnt-offering fat= accept- able yjf 20 4 ; elsewhere denom. fr. |B^ (fat ashes); — take away, clear away the fat ashes (ace. of altar cleared) Nu 4" (P), so Xf$ HrVD Ex 2 f (P). Pn. Impf. fg* Pr 2 8 26 Is 34 7 ; 3 fs. ]%hB Pr ii 25 13 4 — pass, of causat. Pi. be made fat, of dust saturated 3?nD Is 34'; fig. of prosperity of the liberal Pn I 25 , the diligent 13 4 , the trustful 28 s . Hothp. Pf. 3 fs. 'WW (cf. Ol* 271 Ges' H:, )Is34 8 , of Yahweh's sword':— it hath fattened itself^™} (|| D^ mbv). ^]tt*l n.m. fatness, fat ashes — abs/"T V' °~3 6 + 8t.', fan Lvi 16 +3t.; cstr. fl ^36"; sf. ■"JKn JU9 9 — 1. fatness, abundance, luxuriance, oil, Ju 9' (of olive tree); abundance, fertility V' 63" (in simile || abn), 65 12 , of food and drink, Jb36 16 Je3i 14 ; passing over into fig.of spiritual blessing ^ 36' ("jrva '"]), Is 55 s . 2. fat ashes, i.e. ashes of victims, mixed with the fat Lv i 16 4 1J1J 6 34 (all P) Je 3 i 40 iK.ii 3 3 tjSfa adj. fat, trj Is 30 23 (|| lOf), of 0$ as product of ground; fig. of righteous as trees D'iBH f 9 2 15 (|| D^jn) fat, full of oil (?) or sap (Che ; cf. SH Ju 9') ; as subst. vigorous, stal- wart ones (opp. isy H-li' c f. Che) ^ 22 30 ""W'H H? (Briill , 3=b i , Eenan H1 "" lm,| 3B"). tni n.f. K,,s ' 15 decree, law, usage, only in Persian period (B Aram. NH id., Syr. )Ij or ] ; Pers. loan-w.,Gld Pers.dd7a,Zaw,Spieg Ah '* BS ) — *i abs. Est i 8 + 9 t.; cstr. W Est 2 12 , tt* 9 13 ; sf. &W Est 2 8 + 4 t.; pi. cstr. *m Ezr S 36 -!- 2 t.; sf. Dn'n'l Est 3 s ; — 1. decree, edict, commission of Pers. king Ezr 8 s6 (word elsewhere only in Est) Est 2 8 (|| ^an ■«■}), 4 > (|| ^.) g 17 (|| id.) 9 1 (|| to*. ; c. TWy execute) cf. also 9 13 ; c. vb. |nj 3 »-tt 8 1314 9 14 ; written rnrraria 4 8 (cf. 3 14 8 13 ). 2. /aw, permanently valid and applicable, -liav: j6i ny r p iy *jra arm Est i 19 cf. v 15 4" 16 ; PTJ ri '5 , 5?T J " ^ iose ^* a < understood law and judgment; "?[?&•] *5^ 3 s ; of laws of the Jews in Persia 3"; even of rules for drinking at a feast i 8 ; for purifying of women 2 12 . — The distinction between 1 & 2 is not absolute. The king's will was law, and the royal edict (JTOpP "^"l) concerning Vashti was reckoned among the laws (*0"5) of the Persians & Medes (i 19 ).— In Dt 33 2 MT fob T» VXfire was a law for them is corrupt ; many emend, proposed, cf. Di ; Di suggests n'"t[SP] E*X fire of flames, flaming fire, cf. DTS&l Ex 20 18 (but rhsb pi. in ]"|— not in OT unless as n.pr.), or (better), rn[i?*] B'X a burning fire, cf. Is 65 s (diff. sense). t ]m n.pr .m. (cf . As. Datana Shim "" 1 "' '■ I61 ) a Reubenite, son of Eliab Nu I6 112 - 2425 - 27 - 27 2 6 9 - 9 Dtn 6 f 106 17 . T?nT n.pr.loc. (@ Aa>8atiij — in N. Israel, north "of Samaria; jr/1 G1137 17 2K6 13 ; fWJVI Gn 37 17 cf. Di; mod. A ra Dotdn, Bd p ' 1ZB .