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

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y 3 Gimel, third letter; in postB Heb.= numeral 3 (and so margin of printed MT); j = 3000 ; no evidence of this usage in OT times. N2 v. sub. rata. tJ"TNH vb. rise up (Aram. Pe. (X 1 S 2 6 ) & oft. Ethp. 'K|riK, -L^J.^ &e boastful, proud, cf. also NH)— Qal Pf 'j Ex is'- 21 , «0 Ez 47 s ; Impf. nK?yb8"io 16 ; Inf. abs. ?WB Exis" 1 ;— 1. rise up, of waters Ez 47 s . 2. grow up, of plants Jb 8". 3. be lifted up, exalted, of head Jb 10", of' in triumph Ex 15 121 . T N3 adj. proud, scribal error for i"l83 Is 16 6 (as in Je 48 29 ). tnN2 adj. proud, Jb 4c-"-' 2 Is 2" Je 48 M ; pi. B'lU ^ 94 2 140 6 Pris 25 16 19 ; cstr.'N? Vi 2 3 4 Qr ffJV 'M (>Kt DWW), yet cf. De al. tnMni. pride, Pr8 13 . t rT1N2 n.f.majesty, pride (cf. Syr. H'cu J^) — Jb4i 7 +6t.; cstr. niNS Pr29 a +2t.; sf. ViltM Is 1 3 s -f- 8 1.; — 1. rising up, swelling of the sea yfr 46*. 2. majesty, of Israel Dt 33 s9 , Moab Is i6 6 = Je 48 w , scales of crocodile Jb 41 7 , of God Dt 33 26 V' 68 s5 . 3. pride, haughtiness ^ 10 2 " 24 36 1J 73 6 Pr i4 3 29 s3 Is 9* 13" 25"; ^ 'niNJ my proudly exulting one3 Is 1 3 3 cf. Zp 3 11 . t|iN3 n.m. 1 "" 1 ' 5 exaltation— Jb4O 10 + 5 1.; cstr. ^i Lv 26 19 + 3i t.; sf. 1?iW etc. Ex 15 7 + 9 t.; 'pi. sf. l|#iq Ez 16 66 ; — 1. exaltation, majesty, excellence, a. of nations, their wealth, power, magnificence of buildings, e.g. Egypt Ez 32 12 , Chaldeans Is I3 11 - 19 14", Philis- tines Zc 9 6 , Assyria Zc 10", Jacob -^ 47 s Am rn«a

fe N^

8 8 7 Na 2 s , Israel Ho 5 6 7 10 (prob. appellation 

of /, ) J Na2 3 , Judah Je 13 9 , Jerusalem v 9 Ez 16 66 ; W fta? p™^ 0/ Aer strength Ez 30 618 S3 28 ; B1J> |1WEa 7 24 (but © Ew Hi Co rd. Dry); D3Ty JttQ Lv 26' 9 Ez 24 21 ; the fruit of land of Judah will become mtttTlTl fWl? majestic and beautiful Is 4 2 ; UV ^3 J1XJ <Ae majesty of all the splendour (of Tyre) Is 23'; Zion is to become D^15? JIM an everlasting excellency Is 60 15 . b. of God Ex 15 7 Is 24" Mi 5 3 ; "ITTj i3W Is 2 10 - 1921 ; WW ^2 DJT Jb37 4 ; «? TH! POSj pK3 Jb 40 10 . c. JTW1 J1KJ majesty of tlie Jordan, referring to the green and shady banks, clothed with willows, tamarisks, and cane, in which the lions made their covert Je 49 19 50 44 Zc 11 3 , and therefore dangerous Je 12 5 (Ew thinks of the swelling of its agitated waters) ; fjl |iX3 majesty of thy waves Jb 38 11 . 2. pride (bad sense) Jb 3 5 12 + 59 13 Pr 8 13 i6 ,s Ez 7 20 16 49 Zp 2 10 ; of Moab Is i6 66 = Je 4s 2929 . t reH2 n.f. majesty, + 93 1 + 7 t.;— 1. lift- ing up ]&V rflW column of smoke Is 9 17 ; EJl 1 n,s ?. swelling of the sea ^ 89 10 . 2. majesty of God ^93' IS26 10 ; nb»y rtHtj he hath done majestically Is 12 6 ; nwa fncy crown of majesty Is 28 13 (Samaria, on a round hill majestically com- manding the country). 3. pride rKW3 Visn «A«y speak proudly fjf; so for niN? 74 20 Bi Che. "7N"lM n.pr.m. (majesty of El) the spy of the tribe of Gad Nu i3 15 . tftYW] adj. proud, BVt»W+i*tf{K.ieL Baer's note, yet rd. prob. O^KS; but Qr better, tPfP Wi proudest op2>ressors, v. n83). □ <, 2T' , 'S3 V« foregoing, and also HS3. mil n.f. pride (contr. for H1S3 Ew* 62 "- 7 "' cf. Aram. Dn 4 s4 & £)— 1. pride Jb 33 17 Je 13 17 . 2. Z?7i!m# wp Jb 22 s9 an exclamation, up! Ew Di De al.; but 2>ride Hi Dr' 154 " (,id - S) . rrt">*a v. *i. f I. 7K3 vb. redeem, act as kinsman (NH, Niph. he redeemed} also 5m, "?*?)— QalP/ '3, etc. Is 44 !3 + 14 1-5 /»»?/. *«£, etc. Lv25» + 1 8t.; Imv. ?*|, etc. Bu 4 6 + 3 1. ; Trc/. abs. 7N3 Lv 2 7 ,3 + 2t.; cstr3i^Eu 4 4 + 2t.; sf.^K^Bu3 13 ; Pi. ^3 Lv 25 26 + 24 t, ty* Is 59 20 ^ 103 4 ; sf. ^N3 Is 48", Ha** Is 54 8 (sf- 19 *•); P ass - P 1 - D^1K3, etc. Is 35 9 + 4t.; — 1. act as kinsman, do the part of next of kin (chiefly inDHP Bu), b* kinsman Lv 25* (H) Nu 5 8 35 12 (P) Eu 2 20

».12 4 1.3.«.8.H j K l6 ll ft _ J n taking ft k ; nsman ' s 

widow ii>N3^> pir t6 otn buy ma ipny en TIvWI if lie will do thee the kinsman's part (raise up children by the widow) well, let him do the kinsman's part ; but if he is not pleased to do thee the kinsman's part then I will do thee the kinsman's part Bu 3 13 ; b. in redeeming from bondage Lv 25 48 - 49 (H); c. in redeeming a field Lv is™*-* (H) Bu 4 4 - 6 ; d. claim as kinsman Jb 3 s ; e. BflfJ 7$?3 the avenger of 6ZooiNu35 ,9 - 21 - 24 - 25 - 27 - 27 Jos20 3 - 6 (?;notin@)v 9 (P). Dt 19 612 (D) 2 S 14 11 . 2. redeem, by payment of value assessed, of consecrated things, by the original owner Lv 2 j**»JM«(P). 3. redeem, with God as subj. implying personal relation- ship, chiefly in poetry: — a. individuals, from death f 103 4 La 3 68 Ho 13 14 , JH ^30 Gn 48 16 (E poetry), B>B3 V 69 19 72 14 , orphans Pr 23 11 Je 50 34 ,

  • bw un nan ^ 1 i 9 lbi , ^«3 Jb 19 25 , 'SjJ) T*

^ 19 15 . b. Israel, from Egyptian bondage Ex6 6 (P?) i5 13 (song) f 74" 77' 16 78 s5 , 3>1K TD ^io6 10 . c. from exile (chiefly Is 3 , the vb. not in Is 1 ) IS43 1 44 22 - 23 48 20 52 l! 63 9 Mi4 10 , TD ^ 107 2 Je3i n ; Yahweh is 5$ Is 41" 43 14 44 654 41* 48 17 49 7 - 26 54 5 ' 8 59 20 60 16 63 16 ; and the people ff^WJ Is 35 9 5 1'» 62 12 63 4 (cf. **3W| infr.), fief. Nipb. Pf. bg$ Lv 25 48 ; Impf W Lv 25 30 +5 t.; vWFl IS52 3 ; — 1. refl. redeem oneself Lv 25 49 (H). 2. pass. Je redeemed, a. field Lv25 30 (H), slave Lv 25 54 (H); b. con- secrated things Lv 2 7 20 - 27 - 28 - 33 (P); c. Jerusalem by Yahweh Is 52'. tl^Nit Is 63 4 , in '3 IW, n.abstr. re- demption, ace. to @ © 33 Ges Hi De MV Che Di BVm ; then either pi. abstr. sf. year of (my) redemption (so most) ; or abstr. form, in » — , after Syr. analogy, La g *-.u.i«t *-••»."■ »«  (© om. my); but < Pt. pass. pi. sf. my ransomed (released) ones Ew Br Brd AV BV cf. sub ?N3 supra. t JT9M n.f . kin(?), redemption— Lv 2 5" +6 t.J est* r&Kj Lv 2 s 32 ; sf. ^N? Bu 4', in^Ka Ez ii 15 , inW3 Lv25 M +4t.; — 1. Atn, in|KS '•E'aK men of thy kindred Ez 1 1 1S , BV Thes Hi al; but © © Ew Co "mhi '« thy fellow- exiles. 2. redemption, of field Lv 25" (H) Bu 4 7 . 3. right of redemption Lv 25 29 - 31 - 32 - 48 (H) Bu4 6 Je32 s =n^X3n DDB'D Je 32 7 . 4. price of redemption Lv 25 s6 "- 62 (H). t /Na' 1 n.pr.m. (7/e redeems) — 1. one of the spies Nu 1 3 7 . 2 . one of David's heroes 2 S 2 3 s6 . 3. descendant of Zerubbabel 1 Ch 3 s2 . I, til. [7i<3] vb. defile, late (cf. bj?5)— Niph. Pf. 3 mpl.^b3Is5 9 s La4",onform v.Ges* 51 -', Ko 1266 ; Pt. rb»ii Zp 3 1 ;— be defiled, hands with blood D^3, Is 59 3 cf. La 4"; pt. as subst. defiled, polluted ori3 Zp 3 1 of Jerusalem (||ntO!p; appos. njfti Tjjn). pi. pf t p i. s f. •fafa Mai i 7 pollute, desecrate, obj. (desecrated in his altar). Pu. Impf. njnan-fp fytSn Ezr 2 62 =Ne y 64 cstr. pregn. and they were desecrated out of the priest- hood, i.e. deposed, as desecrated ones; P<.7N3D of bread laid on Yahweh's altar Mai I 7 ; of Yahweh's altar(table, inbe^v 12 . Hiph. Pf. 1 s.^MKIses 3 (on Aram, form v.Kb 127 Ges i53R - 6 but) rd.perh. "ri^xa Pi. t v. GFM™* 1887 ' 292 cf. also Ges u "- 01 » 25Sb Sta }lwb ' 3 ;—I have polluted, i. e. stained, all my raiment. Hithp. Impf. Pi*jri^ Dn i 8 ; ro2 iwiV yS'—drjile himself. t[7N2] n.[m.] defiling, defilement, !?S3 njnsn Ne 13 s9 .

back, etc., v. sub 333. 

[23], D^v.aup. 155. I. [23] locust, v. sub i133. II. [22] pit, in. [33] beam, v. sub 313. , 212 n.pr.loc. v. sub 333. ^JUJ (cf- Ar. llJL, ^a. restrain or withhold oneself; peril. = LZjl collect (water in a cistern, also tribute), so Lane ( «Ji 1. ad fin., Fl NHWB "•j v. also NH *», H33, Aram. K33, J^ collect debts, taxes, etc.) t«22 n.m. **•* cistern, pool (cf. Ar. iljla. watering-trough) — 1. cistern N33I3 h^D Is'30 14 . 2. J900Z, mar«/i W33 Ez 47 11 (|$*»). ^^J (prob. be curved, convex, elevated, Aram. N333 Mil; be or make hollow, dig, Ar. JUjL cut off or otrf, vjli., Aram. 33, Eth. 7-fl: As. gubbu, — all = cistern; cf. e.g. As. gubbdni sa me, cisterns of water, Asrb *"»*>» coi.tiii. 10^ KB ,IK °;v. n.pr. 33 infr.) ta| n .m. ?rf - ,! " 43 - ,3 (f. ,t "- 18 ) anything convex, curved, gibbous, e.g. back, chiefly late; — abs. 3J Ez 16 24 ; cstr.33 Ez4 3 1:, (rd.n33® EwSm Co) ; gf.1l 1//I29 3 , }33 Ezi6 31M ; pl.cstr.naiLv^ 9 , '33 Jb 13 12 15 26 ; sf. BW3j 1 K 7 s3 , DH33 Ez io 13 , 1^33 Ez i 18 , Drf33 Ezi 18 ;— 1. back, of man (fig. of Isr.) if? 129 3 ; appar. of cherubim Ez io ls , but II i Sm emend v. so that '3 ref. to wheels, rim v. 6 infr. 2. mound, for illicit worship Ez

6 2431 - 39 (all || no-i) ; @ 33 lupanar, brothel, after 

analogy of fornix, but this without sufficient proof, & needless. 3. boss, or convex pro- jection, of shield Jb 1 5 2li (fig.) he runneth against him . . . with the stout bosses of his shields (i.e. wicked against "'); so j^b in Ar. in similar phrase ; cf. also Ar. ZJ^L , shield; also French bouclier fr. boucle. 4. bulwarks, breastworks, fig. for arguments r 33' , 33 "Il2rn33? Jb 1 3 12 breast- works of clay are your breastworks. 5. brow, only WJJ ni| Lv 1 4' his eyebrows. 6. Wot of wheel, felloe 1 K f 33 Ez i 1818 ; so perh. io 12 v. 1 supr. — EZ43 13 ; elevation, i.e. basement of altar, Da after MT., but v. fi^b , cf. supr. tail 2 S 2 1 18 , 212 v 19 n.pr.loc. (cf. Aram. 833 ten, and Jic^, Ar. J^, Eth. 7-fl: As. g-M&Jw, weZZ, cistern, v. 333)— field of battle with Philistines 2 S 2i 18 ="l» in || 1 Ch 20 4 (so here ThEw; cf.Jos io 33 ),but=n3@(S2 S2i 18 (©L Ta&6); 2 S 2i 19 (om. || iCh 20 5 ), ® Po/n, Poj3; Klo Goth; in v 16 We Dr (q. v.) rd. 333 for 333 ; s ite of Gob (si vera 1.) unknown. t V?D V5$ appar. n.pr.m. (cf. Aram. JIA^, Talm. '33, tax-gatherer) a Benjamite Ne n 8 ; but text dub. cf. 1 Ch 9 8 & Sm L1 *' ,,7 . t) 22 n.pr.loc. (mound, height, cf. $ K333 ridge) Philistine city 1K15 2727 16 1517 ; assigned to Dan Jos 19", and to Levites 21 23 : site un- known ; cf . Lag 0nom - 246 ' 2nd ed - ■*. l"OJ (coiiec«,Ar.Ui (=tj»i, cf. K33 supr.), NH 'M, .133, Aram. N33, ]^;' ||f rm K33 q.v.) t *• L-?. J n.[m.] locust (name from swarm, collection, Eth. 7-OA.: cf. also Eth. A*}A«): Zocwsi v =Ar. kli scaturivit, manavit), only pi. Q'aS IS33 4 (in sim. of leaping). — 33 n,in, v.sub 313. T2i3 n.[m.] locusts, Na 3 17 ; cf. *aa. t->23, "Ofa n.m. *»****• coU. locusts (swarm, multitude ; Aram. 5*353 , pi. 'iOU ; on format, v. OD a6d ), "33 symbol of Yahweh's judgment on Isr. Am 7 1 ; in sim. of disappear- ance of Assyrian leaders at destruction of Nineveh '313 313 Na 3 17 (locust-) swarm of locusts (|| n3-)S) ; but del. 3^3 as dittogr. We al. tPOi) vb. be high, exalted (NH id. (Hiph.), Aram. n33 ; c f. Ar. 1^1^. forehead, ilL prominence of forehead; compare perhaps also As. gabani, heights (?) Lotz TP,S3 )— Qal Pf. 'i 2Ch 26"+ 5 1.; «n: ; 3 Ez 31 6 (x=n); Pirns Ez TOS

biaa i 1, ,«MJb35 1 +3t.;/fnp/aaa!Pn8 M +5t; sf. *lf£ Ez 3 1 14 , WWjJ! Jb 36 7 , VfflJB J e 13", na'naan Ez 16 60 ; Inf.nhia ^103", nna^ Zp 3" ; — 1. 6« high, lofty, tall, e.g. tree Ez 19" 3. '•»»•» heavens Jb 35 s Is 55 s ^ 103", man 1 S io 23 . 2 . be exalted, of man in dignity and honour J b 36', of servant of Yahweh Is 52 13 , God Is 5", God's ways Is 55'. 3. lofty w 333 ■ — a. in a good sense, encouraged in the ways of Yahweh 2 Ch 17 6 ; b. elsewhere in a bad sense, be haughty f 131 1 Pr 18 12 2 Ch 26 16 32 s5 Ez 2 8 2 - 51? , and so without3^Is3 ,6 Jei3 15 Ezi6 60 Zp3 11 . Hiph. Pf W9S1 Ez 17 24 ; Impf. &$£ Jb 39 27 Je 49 16 Ob 4 ; 'nrva^i 2 Ch 33 14 ; irvar Jb s 7 ; Inf. riaan uf l Ez2i 31 ; Pt.^ygpri^fn^;— make high, exalt, e.g. trees Ez 17 24 , wall 2 Ch 33 u > gate Pr 17 19 , nest Je 49 16 Ob 4 , dwelling yjf 103 s , a request Is 7", the lowly Ez 21 31 ; spy VV'2y_make their flight high, soar aloft Jb 5', without tliy Jb 39 27 . tppi adj. high, exalted— 1 S 9 2 + 15 t.; ,Toa f 138 6 ; cstr. aha 1S16 7 ; naa (Ew i21Sd ) ^ioi 5 + 3 t.; pi. , nSaEc5 7 +5t.;'f. nnha Dt 3'+6t.; pi. nirus Dn8 3 +2t.; n'rua Dt28 52 ; — 1. high, lofty, tall, e.g. tree Ez 1 7 24 , tower Is 2" Zp i 16 , mountain Gn 7 19 ^ 104 18 Is 40 9 57 7 Ez 17 22 40 2 ; cf. phrases nmj ny33 i>3 ^V upon every high hill 1 K 1 4 s3 2 K 1 7 10 Je 2 20 ; niJ)3J b]} IWQ21 Je 1 7 2 ; aha "irrb|-^y Is 30 25 Je 3"; man 1 S9 2 ; tree ncAp .133 Ez 31 3 ; horns Dn8 3 ; walls Dt 3 6 28 52 ; gallows Est 5 14 7"; gate Je 51 68 ; altar Ez 41 22 ; high things Jb 41 26 Ec 12 s . 2. excdted in station Ez 21 3 '; IBfe* i?33 bye rl33 '3 E£?$j DVJ3J& /or /it'jrA (me a6oi;« high one is watching, $■ the Most High over them Ec 5 7 so Ew Zo al., but Vrss De Now eil.higJier (earthly), potentates over them. 3. haughty jr 1 38 s Is 5 15 io 33 1 S 2 3 ; rW'jrroa ^ 101 5 ; 3.b '3 Pr 1 6 6 ; PT1 '3 Ec 7 s . 4. n.[m.] loftiness, incip FI33 1 S 16 7 ; cf. bin? 10, p. 153. tTOif n.m. height— Jb22 12 +9t.; sf. ^33

S i7 4 + 5 1.; pi. cstr. 'nsa Jb 1 1 8 ;— 1. Attpfe, 

of buildings and trees Ez 1 18 1 9 11 3 1 1014 40 42 4 1 8

Ch 3 4 Am 2 9 ; prob. also Ez 43 13 (of altar), so 

® Ew Co for MT 33 (q.v.); of man 1S17 4 ; heaven Jbn 8 22 12 (D33 cstr. SI 6 of rock). 2. exaltation, grandeur Jb 40 10 . 3. Jiaughtiness, JC48 29 ; bjk 'a ^ i 4 ; tab-'a 2 Ch 3 2 M ; mi 'a Pn6 18 . trflr02 n.f. haughtiness, Is 2 1117 . tpRTSUP n.pr. (exalted t 01 » OTk - 4 ) place in the tribe of Gad Nu 32 s5 Ju 8";—ffirbet- Ajbehdt, NW. fr. 'Amman, Bd ™ m . laa(n) Jos 15 47 Kt; rd. fcrwj Vrss. Codd. cf. v 12 . PQJ (only in foil, derivatives found in P; cf. also NH naa, giantY TrQ3 adj. having a bald forehead, Mn '3 Lvi3 41 (P||t«n mg v 40 ). t nnia n.f. bald forehead (NH id., Aram. jL'c£»A^), only Lv 13 — abs. Lvi3 42 (P; asson. nnfaa In nmga); tanas v 42 - 4, (both P& W^pj>); in all, as place of appearance of an eruption ; v 85 (P ; || id.) = in its front, i. e. front of garment. "O^ v. sub nai. "»sa, -ho raa v. sub 333. AT tTia n.pr.loc. v. sub 313. ^J (ace. to Thes orig. twist, wind, whence not only n?33, fvaj"?, but also btta (cord and then) boundary, as determined by measuring cord, or line, whence vb. denom. ?33 bound, border, q.v. infr.; NH b33, Aram. ?3? mean mix, knead; Ar. J->i, Syr. *Va^» create, fashion; MV assume meaning massive, whence Ar. Jiff mountain (cf. As. gablu HA 48 ), and ?133 as originally earth-wall, etc., serving as boundary; this explains !"l?33 etc. less well). T"Q2 n.m. * ** 3 border, boundary, ter- ritory (NH id., Punic gubulim (pi., Plaut Poe °- ' 9 )— i"i33 Gn io 19 + 1 68 1. + Jos 1 5 47 Kt (but rd. Qr !*»); b:ta Nu2i ,s + 9t.; (both, in abs. & cstr., e.g. abs. Nu 2 2 s6 34 s , cstr. Gn 10" 2 S 2 1 5 ) ; sf. b«a 1 Ch 4 10 , ipOl Ex 7 27 , ba? Ex 23 s ' + 3 t., etc.; pi. (8 t.) only sf. YjO) Jeis" 1 7 3 , etc.; — 1. border, boundary, a. of a land or people : Canaanites Gn io 19 (J), Edom Nu 20 23 Jos is 121 (all P) cf. Ob 7 , Amorites Nu 2i 13 (E) Jos I3 4 (D) cf. I2 5 (D) Ju i 36 , Moab Nu 21 1315 2 2 36 (E) 33 44 (P) Dt 2 18 Ju ii 1918 2 K 3 21 Is 15 8 , AmmonNu2i 24 (E) Dt 3 16 Josi2 2 i 3 10 (all D) Am i 3 , Bashan Jos 12 4 (D), Egypt 1 K 5'= 2 Ch 9 26 , Is 19 19 ; esp. of promised land Ex 23" 34 24 (JE)Nu34 3 +i 3 t. Nu 34 (allP) Dtn 24 12 20 16 4 Jos i 4 (D), cf. Ez 45'+ 10 t. Ez 45-48; also of Israel 2 K14 25 Am 6 2 Mai I s . b. boun- dary of smaller divisions, e.g. Geshurites Dt 3 1 * Josi2 5 13" (all D), cf. Jos 1 6" (J) i9 12 (P); esp. of tribes of Israel Dt 3 1617 Jos 13 30 (all D) i3 16 +6ot. Josi3-i9(P); — I5 47 rd.bn3v.supr.; Jos 22^ (P) & 17 8 18" 24 30 (JE), cf. 1 Ch 6 3941 L 2 n Visa

rcna

Ch 1 1 13 Ez 48'+ IS t. Ez 48 (incl. v 2222 q. del. 

Co);— iniSi3 l8 rd.fori' ! aa,Wan©WeDr. tc. boundary of territory belonging to an indivi- dual, — of field, piece of ground, etc. G11 2 3 17 (P) Dt 19" 27", Jos 24 30 (E)= Ju 2 9 1 Ch 4 10 Pr 15- 5 22 ss 2 giojj gio ^.^_ border of stream Nu 2 2 36 . te. limit to waters of deep ^104" cf. Je s 22 . tf. a concrete object marking limit, (a) barrier in Ezekiel's temple Ez 40" (del. © <S Co) v 12 ; (/3) border of altar Ez 43 1317 ' 20 ; (y) surroundinj wall of restored Zion Is 54 12 (so © Ew Kn Che; De Brd territory, Di undecided). t2. terri- tory (enclosed wiihin boundary), a. of land or people Gn 47 21 (J) Ex f< (P) io 414 (||px) v 19 i 3 7 (allJ), Nu 2o ,617!!1 2i 22 (E; ||pt«)=Ju n 20 , Nu 2i 23 (E) Dt 2 4 19 3 0riK 'i) v 8 28 40 Jos i8 5 - 6 (E) Jui i 22 19 29 2S21 5 ' 1 Ki 3 2 Kio M iCh 2i 12 (||pK)^io5 31 (=pxin||Ez8 1617 )v 33 i47" Je 3 1 17 Ez ii 1011 Jo 4 6 Zp 2 8 . b. territory of a city (or limit of such territory) Nu 3S 26 ' 27 Jos 13 26 Ju I i9-is->8Ez47" U6 - 17 - 17 (del.@Co) 48 1 Am6 2 . tc. territory about Ezekiel's temple Ez 43 12 . td. pi. in like sense (only use of pi.), of land Mi 5 s Is 6o 18 (|| pN) Je 15 13 17 3 , of city 1 S 5" 2 K 1 5 16 1 8 8 ; so Ez 2 7 4 of Tyre. te. fig. territory (region) of darkness Jb 38 20 ; territory of wick- edness Mai i 4 (of Edom); territory of his holi- ness ^78" (of Canaan). T[n-^Q2] n.f. border, boundary — sf. irta? is 2^; PZ.abs.r6aa Nu 32 s3 , rffaa Jb 2 4 2 ; cstr. ni^aa ,), 74 1 ?, r6iaa' is io 13 , r6aa Dt 32 s ; s f. nvjiaai'joa 18 20 i 9 49 ,"nyi$aa Nu 34 212 ;— 1. border, boundary of the earth (poet.) fr 74 17 ; of peoples Isio 13 Dt32 8 (poem) ; of land of Canaan Nu34 212 (P)Josi9 49 (JE);ofatribeJosi8 20 (P); of territory about cities Nu 3 2 s3 ( P 1) ; of a piece of ground Jb 24' ; of barley-field Is 28^. trta;! n.f. twisting- nba nkne> Ex 2s 22 , 'l rntpB* 39 15 (both P), cords of twisting, i.e. (well or tightly) twisted cords. T rV722to n.f. pi. the twisted, i. e. cords, Ex 28 14 cf.Di (appos. anj rofw, || nhhyn 'e>). y22 vb.denom. bound, border — Qal Pf &3M Dt 19 14 ; Impf 3 ms. ^33} Jos 18 20 , 3 fs. "Saw Zc 9 2 ;— bound, border, c.acc. Jos 1 8 M (P) ; c. a border upon, adjoin Zc 9 2 ; trans, set bounds Dt 19 14 (c. ace. cogn.). Hiph. Pf. 2 ms. set bounds for, c. ace. Fyaam Ex 19 12 ; Imv. id. baanv 23 (bothJE), + P*.H?PEz47 18 ©(Sa3Co.

7Q3 n.pr.loc. maritime city on the Phe- 

nician coast EZ27 9 ; (Ph. i>3J=Byblus (Sm Di Jos 13 s ); in As. Gubli COT """); mod. Jebeil Bd r.is5s ; y alsoFurrer^ 1 " 120 . ' ^T'U? adj .gent, of foregoing, cart. = n.coll. J0S13 6 ^aan p«m, but rd. 'an k», cf.Di. 1 K 5 32 D& aan (but prob. txt. err.; Th rds. Ev33M and they bordered them, made a border for tliem (the stones); © cfiakov, cf. also Klo). ^3 n.pr.loc. (=Ar. Jll^-, lVflaXi/Ki;) mountainous region S. of Dead Sea, X Seir, cf. j 0S Ant.n.i. 2; i,.9,i. ^, 83 s p'jojn p ejn 5j3J ; _mod. Jibdl; Seetzen" 357 Burckh T ™ v '" ,,40l Kob BB111S4 . ^ J (prob. be curved, contracted, coagulated; Syr. Pa. *a^, coagulate; Ar. ^^L is be timid, perh. from shrinking, cowering). T1!l2 adj. crook-backed, hump-backed (cf. Aram, p33 id., NH |23 highlander; also NH paa, Aram. W3J, )uu=^, all = brow (eye- brow, etc.); cf. Ar. ,%-r-^a- *&* of forehead) , LV2I 20 . trCOjl n.f. curd, or cheese (NH id., Ar. ^L, Eth. 7-Ott: Aram. KJMa, U=»c^, cf. IVa^J— W*& "5 ,a ? 3 l J1 > io 10 (II 3 ^0)- t[l2n3j n.[m.] peak, rounded summit; pl.O*J»j: ^68 16 ifftHQ V

f^'a-in tfribjfTnj 

'a Dnn v 17 (appos.', Thes Dr 5 "» al. ; others adj. many-peaked). Cf. Wetzst 8 ""- Gteb,!,8,!b - 1884 . IOJ (corawea;, projecting, high ; cf. Aram. Pa. Vaa «««W, swell up, U'aa hump-backed, Nfiyaa A?'K; v. also 1. nyaa infr.) tj^-2 n.pr.loc. — 'a abs. Jos 21"+; cstr. Ju 20'°+ ; V?} r Jos 1 8" + ;— Levitical city, in Benjamin Jo S A 2i 17 = 1 Ch 6 4S Jos 18 24 cf. 1 Ch 8', 1 K 15 22 Ne ii 31 ; also 1 S 13 16 & Ju 20 10 - 33 MT, in all three rd. nyaa (njna), cf. context; - northernmost city in kingdom of Judah 2 K 23 s from Geba to Beersheba, cf.Zc 14 10 ; situated S. of passof J/i'c/miasAIsio 29 iSi4 s cf.i S13 3 ; men- tioned also 2 Ch 16 6 Ezr 2 26 Ne 7 30 12 29 ; in 1 S 13 18 © We Drrd. Wan f or MT ^aa q . v .; (2 S " rd. |lj?aa with © and 1 Ch 14 16 ). — Mod. Jebd Rob B«i.«ot Bd rwi» tNl>23 n.pr.m. a son of Caleb 1 Ch 2 49 . ti. iTgaa n.f. hill— abs. nvaa 2 S2 25 +

t. + Ez T 6 13 (del. Co q.v.) 1 S 7 1 2 S 6 34 (cf. 

Dr); cstr. njna Jos 5 3 + 8 t.+ 1 S io 5 (cf. Dr); sf. Tijna Ez 34 26 (but del. Co), nnyaa is 3 i 4 ; pi. abs.' niyaa Dt i 2 2 + 35 1.; cstr. niyaa Dt 33 15 runa

Hb 3 6 , njn? Gn 49 M ; sf. TO*?* Ez 3 5 8 ;— hill, height, elevation, both high and low, cf. ^ 1 48° mj?33 ^31 WM, 65 13 ; — 1. in ordinary prose, hill, lower than mountain Ex 17 910 (E) 2 S 2 K ; it may be n.pr. in 1 S7 1 io 10 2 S 6 3,4 v. also sub 11.!"IJD3. 2. esp. as place of illicit worship pm pi? i>3 nnm nro3 'r*>$ by i k i 4 a 2 K 1 7 10 Je 2 s0 ; cf. Dt 12 2 2 K i6 4 2 Ch 28* (these two 4- rrtE3); also Ho 4 13 Je 1 3 s7 1 f Ez 6 13 (v. supr.). . very commonly || in in poet. & proph. Dt 33 1S f 72 s 1 14 46 1 48° Ct 2 8 4" Is 2 214 3o' 7!S 3 1 4 40 4 ,2 41 15 42 15 54 10 55 12 65 7 Je 3 s3 4 24 16 16 50 7 Ez 6 3 34 6 35 8 36 46 Ho 4 13 io 8 Jo 4 18 Am 9 13 Mi 4 1 6 1 Na i 5 Hb 3 6 ; rarely in prose Dti2 2 ; sometimes as high and majestic (poet.) n?W 'j Gn 4c; 26 Dt 33 15 Hb3 6 (' everlasting hills ');cf. also Jb 1 5 7 Pr 8 25 (with adj. high, cf. supr.); v. also Je 49 16 . . hills with special names, some nearly or quite = n.pr.loc, which see under the respective words: nib '5 Ju 7 1 teacher's hill, in valley of Jezreel; J"li7iyn '3 Jos 5 3 hill of the fore-skins ; D^NPI 'a 1 S 10 s (a designation of Gibeah); n^snn 'a 1 s 23 19 26 1 3 ; ne« "3 2 S 2 24 ; Ptain^n '3 Ct4 6 (i.e. hill where frankincense is grown); jEJ '3 Je3i 39 ; fi^T '3 Is io 32 cf. 3i 4 (where || p>r-in), Ez 3 4 26 (v. supr.) & niWan Zp i 10 hills on which Jerusalem stands. . mra n.pr.loc. {hilt)—'i Jos 15" + ; nnv33(n) J u2 o 4 +5t.; ny33 Josi8 ffl ; cstr. ^5??? 1 S n 4 + 9t.; abs. alw. c. art. exc. Jos 15 57 iS^Ju^ 12 20 31 iSio 26 2Chi 3 2 ;— tl. a city of Judah Jos 15 57 (perh. one of two villages called Gabaa, Gabatha in Onom. v. Lag " " 1 - 246 " lJ8i2Dded - 2M - 160 ). 2.cityofBenj.Jui 9 1416 +2ot. Ju, lSl0 26 I 4 2 22 6 26 1 2S2 3 29 = 1 Chu 31 ; also H05V 10" (cf. Jui 9 ,2ff ) 2 Chi3 2 ; perh. also 1 S7 1 io 10 2 S 6 34 rd. also (for y33) 18 1 3 16 Ju2O 10 - 33 ; = ny33 Jos 18 28 ; called also pr"? ny33

S 13 216 14 16 , & W "5?33 1 S 11 4 15 34 Is io 29 ; 
S 2 1 6 rd. prob. PV33, ® We Dr. 1 3. a city 

of Ephraim, called bns'a ny33 Jos 24 s3 . riSO? n.pr.loc. (Ges 58ftR2 ) v. foregoing, 2. tVWSS adj.gent. of ny33 of Benjamin (t)

Chi 2V 

tjro-l n.m. Gn4412 cup, bowl— '3 Gn 4 4 ,2 +

t.;~ cstr. r?3 Gn 44 2 ; sf. V9| Gn 44 s ; pi. 

QT 3 ? Ex 2 5 34 ,DV3a v 3333 + 4t.; sf. rny/ria ^ x " 37 17 ;— <™p (of Joseph) Gn 44 2121617 j pi. cups (of golden candlestick in tab.) Ex 25 3133 ' 33 ' 34

i7.».i..». h ow i s j e 35 ^rSab) p D^on^sa. 

TfYiySiaO n.f.pl. head-gear, turban, of ■CO common priest (conical ? cf. Di Ex 28 40 ), Ex 28 40 Lv 8 13 ; nS?330 Ex 29' 39 28 ('QH 'IKB). ijty3| n.pr.loc— '3 Jos 9 17 + ; c. n_ loc, n3iV3a 2 S2 12 cf. 1K3 4 ;— Levitical city in tribe of Benjamin; formerly inhabited by Hivites Jos 9 ' 7 io UUD - ,! " 11 19 18"- 5 21 17 2 S 2 1213 (pool of Gibeon) ' 6 3 30 20 8 Je 28 1 41" (great waters which are in Gibeon)v u 1 Ch 14"; vid. esp. '3 , 3Bn , j '3 n?3K Jos 9 3 (called Hivites 9 7 ) io M 1 i I9 Ne 3 7 , so '3 '"33 Ne 7 25 ( = 133 '33 Ezr 2 20 , v. 133); cf. also as n.pr.m. 1 Ch 8 29 fiV33 'OK OB* ftos*^ 34 ; cf. '3 13-1? 2 S 2 24 , '33'PDy Is 28 21 ; it wag the site of a great Bamah 1 K 3 4 - 5 9 2 , where was 'the tabernacle of Yahweh in the high place' ace. to 1 Ch 1 6 s9 , cf. 2 1 29 2 Ch i 313 . t"C&aa adj.gent.— alw. c. art. "#3311 Ne

7 , 'aiyria'n i ch 12 4 , D'sJnan 2 S 2i 12 " 3 - 4 - 9 . 

t h$2Z n.[m.] bud (01 * »• ")— Ex 9 31 ^/az teas 6wd(i.e. in bud Dr* 188 -' 2 '), cf. RS "'""•»».*» t *"Q;) vb. be strong, mighty (NH id., — T Aram. 133 ; Ar.JlIi. (conj. I. dial. ; usually in derived conj.) compel, force ; Jb^li overbearing behaviour, 'Z^. constraint; Eth. 7-(l& I, i, subigere; II, 2, cogere; Syr.ti^./ playtheman, is denom. fr. tinman)— Qal -/y. '3 /<- 103" + 5 t.; "33 Gn 7 19 + 6 t. ; "33 2 S i 23 ; Impf. 133? 1 S 2 9 ; "33^1 Gn 7 1824 ;— 1. 6e strong, mighty, abs. yn V133 mighty inpower Jb 2 1 7 ; with |J? stronger than 2 S i 23 |/ 65 4 ; with 3 mighty among 1 Ch 5 2 . 2. prevail: — a. abs. e.g. enemies Ex 17"" (E) 1 S 2 9 La i 16 , waters Gn ^"••'"•"(p), power Je 9 2 ; b. with ?y prevail ower,sul>j. enemies 2 S 1 1 23 , blessings Gn 49 26 (J), mercy of God ^r 103" 1 1 7 2 . Pi. Pf. V)H Zc io 6 ; sf. DWjJI Zc io 12 ; Impf. ISS' Ec io 10 make strong, strengthen. Hiph. Pi ? n , l? 1'33n confirm a covenant Dn 9 s7 ; Impf ^W7? ^ ,3 ?? we ict/i confirm a covenant with our tongue Ew 01 Che (or, to our tongue will we give strength Hi De) ^ 12 5 . Hithp. Impf. 13JJV Jhif- Is 42"; r^5 Jb 36 s : — of '^ aAeif himself a mighty one against (by) L342 13 ; of wicked, behave proudly toward (?X) Jb 15 s5 ; of erring righteous (abs.) 36 s . "133 v. following. . 112 6g n.m. man (NH id., MI 16 p33 (pi.), Aram.133, »i^; As. gabru, rival is Akk. loan- word ace. to Schr™ 1874 - 200 Dl 8,208mCh * ld GeDffl6 ) — Dt 22 6 +39 t.; 133 Jb 3 3 +i3t.; cstr. 133 "oa

aa

  • 18" (=2 S 22 M 1133 but © @ rd. 133); pi.

D'133 Je4i ls + lot.; — man as strong, disting.fr. women, children, and non-combatants whom he is to defend, chiefly poetic Ex io" Nu 24 s 15 (E) Ex 12 37 Jos 7" 17 -' 8 (J) Dt22" JU5 30 2S23 1

Ch23 s 2 4 4 26" Jb3 3 +i4t. Jb; ^i8 26 +8t, 

f ; Pr6*+7t. Pr; Is 22 17 Je 17'+ 8 t. Je; La 3i.s7.ss.59 Dn 8 »i Mi 2 * Hb 2 6 Zc , 3 7. also ! g io ji © We Dr; =each (of locusts) Jo 2 8 , cf. B»K. til. "123 n.pr.m. an official of Solomon 1 K 4" (cf "Ijm v ,s , p. 1 22 supr.) T^Sa n.pr. (Aram. id. = hero) Ezr 2 20 prob. =fW$ Ne 7*. "I'lSa adj. strong, mighty (cf. Ar. jll^. one who magnifies himself, behaves proudly, a tyrant, who is bold, audacious)- — Gn 1 o 9 + 58 1. ; ■S| Gn io»+2t.; 01133 1 S 17"; pi. LVtf*! Je 46»+27t. ; D*133 Jos 10 s +2 1 t.; cstr. nte?

Ch 1 1 s7 + 29 t.; *13| 1 Ch 9 M -|- 4 1.; sf. Tl^? 

Ho io 13 + (var. sfs. 11 1.);— 1. adj. non33 Ttol mightiest among beasts Pr 30 30 ; 1133 t5"K 1 S 1 4 M 5 H? 3 "" 3 ? * 1 1 2 2 ; TS 1*133 m ,j% m 'hunt- ing Gn io 9 (J); 1133 -^D Dnn s ; 1133 ^K the Messiah Is 9 s ; attribute of God especially as fighting for his people i/c 2 4 s - 8 Dt 1 o 17 JM e 9 s2 Is 1 o 21 Je32 18 (cf. Ar.jCjJ'). 2. n.m. strong, valiant man Jos io 2 (E) Gn6 4 io 8 (J) JU5 1323 iS^i 16 1. 1 K i 8 - 10 2 K 24 16 1 Chi 10 +nt. Ezr 7 s8 Jb 16" V i9 6 33 16 45 4 52 s 78 K 89 20 120 4 127 4 Pr 16 32 21 22 Ct 3 7J 4* Ec 9 11 Is 3 2 13 3 21 17 42 13

24SS Je5 16 +i?t. Ez 3 2 I2 +5t. Ho io 13 Jo 2 7 

4 ...o.n Am 2 m.i« 0b 9 Na 2 4 Zp ,h 3 i? Zc 9 i3 io 5.7. cf. phrases .'TllteS mighty man of valour Ju 6 12 11 1 1 S9 1 i6 18 1 K ii 28 2 K 5 1 (lias rrn thm jn'SD 7"n so ® al. ; but @L 6 Svdpamos ?» Xfn-pdf, cf. also Klo's dub. emend.), 1 Ch 12 28 28 1

Ch 13 3 I7 1617 25 s 32 21 ; 7"n 1133 B*K Eu 2 1 ; 

Sin H33 Jos 1" (D) 6 2 io 7 (JE) 2 K 15 20 24"; 7'nn na e»N Jos 8 3 ; 7T1 '133 1 Ch 5 s4 + 14 1. Nen 14 ; o^n ni3j 1 Ch 7 s - 7 -"- 40 ; D»Vnn noj iChu 26 ; na n3j/'io3 20 ; norta maj 2Chi3 3 ; Dnv'B*nn3j iCb.9 26 ; Dmawi JTO Ne3 16 ; «?s(n) D'TOjn 2S10 7 1 Chi 9 s ; Bnaan "tWO iChu 10 ; nine'i' D1,33 valiant to drink Is 5 s2 . t ITVCa f n.f . strength, might — Ex 32" + l6t.;cstr.Hll33^i 4 7«>;sf.im T 133 + (sfs. 32 t.); pl.rtl«3 Jb4i 4 '+ 3 t.; 111133,/, 7 >; ^JTVOJDt 3 s4 -)- (sfs. 6t.); — 1. strength, of horse Jb39 19 •^ 147 10 , crocodile Jb 41 4 , sun Ju 5 31 , body of man ^ 90 10 Ec 9 16 io 17 . 2. miglU, valour, of warriors Ju 8 21 Pr 8" Is 3" 28 s 3 o ls Je 9 22 23 10 49*5i 3 °Ez32 M - 30 Mi3 8 7" i ; ni133 Tty bSpnoise of shouting in warlike strength Ex 32 18 (E); nsj? .11133* 2 K 18 20 Is ii 2 36 s ; cf. phrases of com- piler of Kings 'imoa 73 1 K 15 23 2 K io 34 20 20 ; inii33i nbjfiB'K 1 Ki6 6!!7 2 2 46 2K13 8 " 14" 28 ; cf. also irndsi in«?D 1 Ch 29 30 , 1011331 iapn Est 1 o 2 . 3'. might of God Jb 2 6 14 V' 2 1 " 54 s 65 7 66 7 7 1 18 80 3 89 14 106 8 145 1 ' Is 33 13 Je io 6 16 21 ; cf. phrases iTYl331 ri3 1 Ch 29 12 2 Ch 20 6 , '31 nosn Jb 12", '31 astro Mi 3 s , '3m ,i7i3n iCh29 n ; nil133 mighty deeds of God Dt 3 24 ^20 7 71 16 106 2 145 412 150 2 IS63 15 . tTIia »■«*■ lord, Gn 27 s9 - 37 . tiTV'O.a n.f. 1. lady, queen, 1 K n 19 ; 2. queen-mother, 1 K I5 13 =2 Ch 15 16 ; '3D rilD)! he removed her from (the position of) queen- motlver; cf. 2 K io 13 Je 13 18 29 s . trn!13 n.f. I. lady, queen, Is 47 s7 . 2. mistress of servants, sf. ^133 Gn 16 8 ; 'H^l?? Gn 16 9 ; nni33 Gn 16 4 2 K 5 3 f 123 2 Pr 30' 23 '; (pi. D133 women MI 16 ). T / M* r pa n.pr.m. {man of El) an arch- angel Dn 8 i6 9 21 (cf. Lui"). t£0 J (be firm, massive, cf. As. gdbdhi, be thick, massive, Zim BP76 , & deriv. ; cf. also Aram. tJ>33 Pa. heap up, & »VB*IB>33 height, hill). tttrna n.m. crystal (cf. &!$$ hail— on relation of meanings cf. Gk. KpitrraWos, & Eth. usage of Jiflf: M£; Di lM - Aeth - 769 — Ar. J4* gypsum, As. gibsu, mass, abundance, COT G,OM ) — B*-331 nto&l Jb 28 18 coral and crystal. ttt^aaO n.pr.m. Ezr 2 30 'O "33 @ May^ mr , etc., a family of returning exiles, om. || Ne 7 s3 , but ©AX Mayf/im, etc., ©L Muy/3«t ; cf. Sm Listen 15 pD3a v. sub 333. taa n.m. roof, top (NH id.; Di comp. Eth. PV: PP: vinculum (ferreum), jugo simil. collar e ferreum ; vdub.; Thes prop. 333 ; perh. 333 (=J333) cover Bo' 292 Sta* 189 * MV)— 33 Jos 2 6 + 9 t.+ 1 S 9 s6 Kt (Qr H33), H33 Jos 2 6 1 S 9 26 Qr (Kt 33) ; cstr. Ju 9" + 2 t. + Ez 40 13 (del. Co v. infr.); sf. ^33 Dt 22 8 , 133 Ex 30 3 +2t. + EZ40 13 (del. Co v. infr.); pi. T)Sii I s 3 7 27 + 5 1.; sf. n-niaa isi 5 3 , onin'aa j e 32 M , on»nh j e

13 ;— 1. roof(o( house) Dt 22 s Jos 2 6 - 6 - 8 16 27 

I S 9 25 - 26 2 S 1 1 2 - 2 16 22 2 K i9 M =Is 37 s7 , Ne 8 16 ^ 102 8 129 6 Pr 21 9 25 24 Is 15 3 22 1 JC48 38 ; as places of idolatrous worship (esp. of heavenly bodies) Je 19 13 32 s9 Zp i 5 ; so TriN D^J) 33n 2 K -ft

MSO

12 , roof of tower Ju 9 s1 , over gate 2 S 18 24 , of 

chamber Ez 40 1313 (but © Co -vp). 2. top of altar of incense, in tabern. EX30 3 37 s6 (both P). n, na, -rana, m-na v. sub rn. — 7 t ' t 1 • ' t : t[*7*T3] vb. penetrate, cut (NH id., cut, cut out, Aram. 113, »4», Ar. 1^. cut, cut off; Eth. IfiSi in deriv.)— Qal Impf. ^ 94 21 B^P* wtfj p^X <Aey attack (penetrate, make inroads upon) </te life of a righteous man (01 prop. tW cf. 56' 59 4 where, however, Che WV j si vera 1., perh. denom. fr. "W^ cf. Ho 6 9 & infr.; cf. also Tia & Ko '• ■■). Hitbpo. Impf. Vgtfl Je 1 6 6 ; 2 fs. HYann Mi 4", *TrtUvi Je 4 7 5 ; pi . vnarro r k 1 S 28 , rrriarn Je 5 7 + Ho 7" v. infr., vnann Dt 1 4 1 ; i>(. pi. D'TUnp Je 4 1 5 ; — 1. cut oneself, as religious (heathen) practice I K 1 8 s8 ; practised also by men of Shechem, etc. in worship of 'i (late) Je 4 1 5 ; for the dead, forbidden Dt 14' Vnann 16 nob na^jj pa nrnp r wfcri i6» f j e 16 6 ; cf. 47 s (subject Philistia personified); also for MT rniun? Ho 7 14 Codd, they cut themselves, ©Gr Che RVm, or perh. (cf.1'3) sub. 2. gather in troops, or bands; go in troops or throngs, throng; (denominative £r."W1| q.v.) cf. T^*™? ■WllTQ Mi4 u (addressed to Jerusalem); Je 5 7 'ir] ro 1 !! n*31 and to a harlot's house they throng. I. "WT3 n.m. G " 49,19 band, troop (as making inroads; others, as a division, detachment (as severed), but this usually later in Heb.) — '3 abs. i S 30 9 + 19 t.; cstr. 2 Ch 25"; pi. BHVia 2 S 4 J + 2 t. ; cstr. nna 2 K 6 ra + 6 1. ; sf. 1Hna Jb 19 12 25 s ; — 1. marauding band (making in- cursions, inroads, cf. Tlj) I S 30 8151623 cf. I Ch 12 22 , also 2 Ch22 1 iKii m 2K5 2 6 s3 13 2021 2 4 2 - 2 - 22 cf. 2 S 2 2 30 =f 18 30 , & Gn 49 19 (v. 13

o") Ho 6 9 7 1 Je 18 22 ; cnvia "ne> 2 s 4 J , cf. 

inan SjNfftD DJJW i Ch 1 2 19 ; fig! of God's attack- ing forces, his chastisements Jb 1 9 12 (cf. 25 3 infr.) 2. troop, of divisions of army of Isr. (late) 'TTia non^piOX 1CI17 4 , cf. 2 CI126"; band of Israel, i.e. troop of mercenaries hired from Isr. by Amaziah 2 Ch 25 910 ; 1131 ^a i.e. soldiers of the band 2CI125 13 ; of army in general 'Hs'pa 11153 Jb 29 s , in sim.; also Mi 4 14 "WTJ"nj of Zion. 3. foray, raid 2 S 3 s2 .

  • tn. ["Pn?, or n^na] n. [m. or f.] furrow,

cutting — 1. furrow, pi. defect. 11H3 ^ 65 11 ( || n'OPn). 2 . pi. n'TIS , cuttings upon hands, cf. ma Hithpo. 2, sign of mourning Je 48 37 (|| yfo). fi. 13 n.m. coriander (NH V|, Aram. ttVi • connexion with above /dub.; v. further Low" 0156 )— 13 jnjEx i6 sl Nu 1 1 7 , sim. of manna. f 11. [ia] 1. n.[m.] fortune, good fortune (Ar. 1^. id., Aram. N13, Ji^) — Gn 30 11 nj3 Kt, i.e. 133 (13 N3 Qr), © «V rixn, by or urilh good fortune. 2. n.pr.m. god of fortune (Ar. 11 We"-""""; 13 named often inPh.&Aram. inscript., & found in Ph. & Aram, n.pr., Bae M76, -No ZMG1888 - 479 ; v. esp. Siegf JPThM "' ! " ,tt )— c. |> + art. lab Is 65 11 cf. Che. in. 1% n.pr.m. (fortunatust perh. der. fr. foreg. divine name Siegf"™ 875 ' 364 Sta "*-'-" 8 ; but v. also Bae 1 *" 1M l )— 13 Gn 3s 26 + , as well as 13 Gn3o" + ; — 1. son of Jacob and Zilpah; a. strictly as personal name Gn 30" 35 26 46 16 Ex i 4 cf. Gn 49" 1 Ch 2 2 . b. as name of tribe Nu 1 " Dt 2 7 13 3 3 2020 Jos 1 8 7 Ez 4 8 s7 - 28 ; cf. 13 jnK

S 13 7 v. also Je 49 1 , 13 I^B* Ez 48 s4 , on Wl 

13H 2 S 24 s cf. We Dr; explicitly 13 HOD Nu i 25 2 14 13 15 Jos 13 24 20 8 2 1 7 - 36 1 Ch o 4865 ; once, irpa nap tax Nu io 20 ; i; .a (MI 10 -i m) Nu i' 24 + 1 2 t. Nu; Jos 4 12 +i4 t. Jos; 1 Ch 5 11 12 14 . t2. a prophet in David's time, called

  • 9J 1 s 22 6 , but in njh K'aan 2 S 24 11 & nth

TTJ II 1 Ch 2 1 9 , hjhn ' 1 Ch^ 29 & T^an-mh

Ch 29 s5 . 

ti.^a adj.gent. of 13 1, Gadite 2 S 23 s6 (so perh. also || 1 Ch 1 1 38 where MT *l?n q.v.; cf.ThBeDr); elsewhere as n.pr. coll.: soiChs' 3 (only here without art., rd. perh. 13 so ©), Dt

12.16 4 « 29 7 J os jlJ J2 6 , 3 8 22 1 2 K ^33 j Ch 5 M 

I2 837 26 32 . tn. *12 n.pr.m. father of Menahem 2 K

1417 (cf. HJ (MJ) n.pr.m. Eut N " >! " > - 25 ; Palm. 

NHJ n.pr.m. Vog 110 - 32 ). ma in 'a ixn v . sub ixn. T — T^a n.pr.m. {my fortune a man of Ma- nasseh Nu 13 11 . T 'SP"ia n.pr.m. (El is my fortune} a man of ZebulunNui3 10 . "ia"ia, in '31 ~h v. following & sub in. . ■< < Trnaia c. art.ll^an n.pr.loc. (mng. dub.) station of Israel in wilderness Dt io 7 - 7 (in || Nu 33 32 IV??? "^ v. sub in). tiiap and (Zc 12") JiTtt? n.pr.loc. (con- nexion with above v not clear; ©May»8fi<a,M«f- 8<a, MaytSia, etc.; 33 Mageddo; As. MagadA, MagidA, COT G1 °" DF' 287 ) old Canaanitish city, ma

Tin assigned to Manasseh i K 4" 9 1S 2X9" 23 2930 ; 'D rfys Jos 1 2"; "Oty Jos 1 7"= Jui 27 ; 'O'O • J115 19 '; 'V Tm Zc 1 2" 2 Ch 35*;— mod. Lejjiln (=Legio) Hob™" 1 - 329 ' 3 " Bd p * la9 . )"7*7J1 (cut, cut or <«ar aicaylV T |_m2] n.f. bank of river (cf. Ar. ixL, sI»- «., Aram^ ***, wall), Wnfrll Jos 3 15 4 18 1 Ch 1 2" Qr (Kt fflm) Is 8 7 . Li - l* , ^^J only pL sf. Is 8 7 Kt, v. foregoing. tn| n.m. ""- 9 kid (NH *&, Ar. £34, Ph. K1J, Aram.NJ"!?, U.s^; cf.Aa.gadil,gadiia, Meissner 2A * 1889 ' 2s6 ' Zehnpfund 8 * 81 - 505 ) — H3 Gn 38"+ i2t.(abs.Gn38 23 +,&(generally)cstr.Gn 3 8 ,7 + ); pl.tJTJ| iSio 3 , cstr. H3 Gn27' 16 ;— kid, almost always On? '3 Gn 2f li 38"™ Ju 6 19 ^""iS 1 1S16 20 ; abs. Ex 23 19 34 s6 Dt 14 s1 (all iom 3$>rn 'j ^an «{>), & c art. 'in Gn 38 s3 Ju 14 6 ; abs. pi. 1 S io 3 ;— cf. also Hj |f • t[nna] n.f. only pi. kids sf. T|Tlh» Ct I 8 (IIJxvn)V'" f 7 |3 ,,-,vb. grow up, become great(Aram. . - T m * ?"13 (Ithpe.), "^..^ <iot°«<, twine, Ar. Jjui. to'a£ a cord, make firm , strong, become strong, so N H) — Qal Pf. '} etc. Gn 3 8 14 + i 4 t.; sf. ^1? Jb 31 18 ; Impf. TV) etc. >|'35 27 +34 t.; — 1. grow up, a. childGn2i 8a0 25 !!7 38 1114 Ex2 10I1 (JE)Juii 2 i3 24 Rui 13 iS2 21 3"iKi2 810 (=2Chio 810 )2K4 18 ; 3 ? 3 , ??'!]? Ae grew up to me as to a father Jb 3 1 "; b. lamb 2 S 1 2 3 . 2. become great, a. in extent, wealthy Gn26 1313 4i w (JE) JeS 27 ; b. in value," ^yVrjSE'BJ rb~Zprizedby I S26 2424 ; c. in intensity, grief Jb 2 13 , mourning Zc 12", punishment La 4 , trespass Ez 9 s ; d. in sound, loud cry Gni9 13 (J); e. in importance, of a king Ec 2 9 1 K io 23 (= 2 Ch 9 s2 ) Dn 8 91 ° (under fig. of horn), chief Gn 24 s5 48 19 (J), Messiah Mi 5 3 , Jerusalem Ez 16 7 ; f. of God 2 S 7 s2 ^ 104 1 , his works yjr 92", his power Nu 14 17 (J). 3. to be magnified, a. house of David Zc 12 7 ; b. Yahweh ^ 35 s7 40 17 70 5 Mai i 5 , his name 2 S 7 s " (=1 Ch 17 24 ). Pi. Pf. h? 1, Jos 4 14 Est3'; biz Is4 9 21 ; n< ??l Is 51 18 , etc.; Impf. ^% Is44 I4 + 8t.; Imo.tyl ^ 34 4 ; Inf. ^3 Nu 6 6 +3t.; Pt. D^O 2 K io 6 (ni^Jtp Ct 5 1S @ 33 Hi Bo De); — 1. cause to grow, e.g. hair Nu 6 s (P), plants Jon 4 10 Is 44 14 Ez 31 4 Ct 5 13 ; bring up children 2 K io 6 Is I 2 23 4 49 21 5i ls Dn 1' Ho 9". 2. make great, powerful Gn I2 2 (J) Jos 3 7 4 l4 (D) r K i 37 - 47 1 Ch 29 1226 2 Ch i 1 Est 3 1 5 11 io 1 . 3. magnify, a. man Jb 7 17 ; b. God f 34* 69 31 . Pu. Pt. pi. B*^B brought up yjr 1 44 12 . Hiph. Pf. b^:n ^ 41 10 + ,etc; Impf b^XIs42 n Dn8 25 ,etc; Inf.V^n iCh22 8 Am8 6 ; Pt.b^yo ^i8 61 ( = b^iao in || 2 S 22"); pi. O^iO ^35 2C ;— 1. make great, e.g. shekel Am 8 s , pile for fire Ez 24°, joy Is 9 2 , counsel Is 28 20 , wisdom Ec i 16 , works Ec 2 4 . house of Yahweh 1 Ch 22 s ; the heel i|/- 41 10 either lifted high (Ges), or (cf. De Now) gave me insidiously a great fall; cf. 1*1 '3 Ob 12 i.e. utter proud words (v. 3m Iliph.) 2. mag- nify, salvation yjr 18", mercy Gn 19 19 (J), teaching IS42 21 , the word of Yahweh ^ 138 2 . 3. do great things TStf$2 ?' l ' ! !?n ) a. in a good sense, of God ^ 1 26" Jo 2 21 , also pregn. without Inf. 1 S 1 2 24 . b. in bad sense, of 'the northern one' Jo 2 20 , also pregn. without Inf. La i 9 Zp 2 810 Dn 8 4 - 8n K ; with by, of enemies + 35 s6 38 17 55 13 Jbi9 6 Je48 26 - ,2 ;Ez35 13 ofspeakingD3a:i^ , :i. C. also, with Inf. implied, wept greatly 1 S20 41 . Hithp. Pf. ^hi?™ Ez 3S 13 I will magnify myself shew myself great and powerful (of God); Impf. slVy., with ?y in a bad sense, magnify oneself against Is io 15 Dn n 36 ; T'JSJT Dn n 37 . ■"•T^ pt.m. or adj .verbal, becoming great, growing up, Gn 26 13 (J) 1 S 2 26 (cf. Dr) 2 Ch 17 12 ; also great, pi. cstr. "fy$ b"]3 Ez i6 2 «  great of flesh. TTH2 n.m. greatness — Dt 32'+ St.; sf. Sbli Dt 5 21 + 5 t.; fa]& + 150 11 ;— 1. greatness, magnitude, tree Ez 31', arm of God ^79", mercy of God Nu 14 19 . 2. magnificence, a. king Ez 31 218 ; b. God Dt 3 24 5 2 ' 9 26 n 2 32 s yjr 150 2 . 3. in a bad sense, 33? 5"J3 = pride, insolence of heart Is 9 s io 12 . ta i TH2 n.[m.]pl. twisted threads (NH ? , 1?, Bab. gidlu, cord on which onions were strung, a string of onions, Zehnpfund BAS1MI ; Aram, 'v'"!?, I^X-Z^ thread, cord, rope, also plaited locks, JjOj^i'd.) — 1. tassels Dt 22 12 on border of garment (||nrst Nu I5 3838 ). 2. festoons, on capitals of columns 1 K 7 17 . THU adj.great— '3Gn4 13 + 279T.; ^3Dt T622 l. l,

8 + 22 t.; cstr. 71*14 Ez 17 37 , 7*13 Ex 15 16 Je 
19 , 'by Pr 19 19 , -bH f 145 8 Nai ! ; sf. oM"I3 

Je 6 ,3 + 2 t.; pi. D^Plf Ex 7 4 + 1 1 t., D'j>*U Gn i2 17 + 22 t.; cstr. ^'I? 2 K io 6 ; sf. 1^*14 2 K 10" Jon 3 7 ; n^fts Na3 ,<; ; f. nbh? Nu 22 18 + 9 6 t.; nSh3 Gn i5 12 +3i t.; pi. nb'TIi Ne 9 26 12 31 , n^hji Vrw

bis '2 Dt2 7 2 + 3ot, nVn? Nu 1 3 s8 + 7 t. ; — area*, 1. m magnitude and extent, e.g. seaNu 34 s , rivtr Gn 15 19 , wilderness Dt i 19 , rain 1 K 18 45 , moun- tain ZC4 7 , city Gnio' 2 , house Je52 13 , altar Jos 22 10 , throne 2 Ch 9 17 , sea-monsters Gn i 21 , fish Jon 2 1 , eagle Ez 1 7 3 , terebinth 2 S 1 8 9 , sub- stance Gn i5 14 , wealth Dn ii 2 , victory 1 S 19 5 ;

S 19 22 ^"»n "to rd. fjin '3 ace. to © We Dr. 

2. tn number, e.g. nation Gn 12 2 , congregation Je 31 s , camp 1 Ch 12 22 , army Ez 17 17 , sacrifice

K 10", slaughter Dt 28 s9 1 S 4 17 . 3. in 

intensity, fear Dt 4 s4 , weeping Is 38', power

Ex 32 11 , joy Jon 4", anger Dt 29 s3 , indigna- 

tion Je2i 5 , sin Gn 20 9 , iniquity Gn 4 13 , evil Gn 39 9 , trespass Ez 9 7 . 4. in sound, loud voice Gn 39 H , cry Ex 1 1 6 , shout Jos 6 5 . 5. in age, elder, eldest, son Gn 27 1 , daughter Gn 29 16 , brother Gn io 21 , sister Ez 16 46 . 6. in importance, a. things + ?"l3(n) "^(l 1 ) an im- portant thing or affair Ex 18 22 Dt4 32 1S12" 2 K 5 13 8 13 ; rW DV Je 3 o 7 Ho2 2 Jo 2" 3 4 Zp i 14 Mai 3 s3 . b. of men, great, distinguished, Moses Ex ii 3 , David 2 S 5' , Job Jb I 3 , Mordecai Est 9 4 , kings Ec 9 14 Je2 7 7 ; esp. of king of Assyr. bh«1 T]ben 2 K 18 1928 =Is36 413 , = As. sarru rabbu, sarru dannu, e.g. KB '■* 4 * L1 ; f^an Ifaqn the h.p. Lv 2 1 ,0 + 2ot.; ?H| B*K(n) 1 S 25 s 2S 19 33 2 K 5 1 ; r$ftj n#K 2 K 4 8 ; t^a a orea< mam 2 S 3 3S Mi 7 3 ; 9m "33 "WSJ «!> </wm s/<afe no< honour (favour) <Ae person of a great man (opp. ^) Lv 19 15 (H); tB*^>f(n) the great 2 S 7 9 = iChi7 8 Nen I4 (vid. infr.)Pri8 16 2 5 6 Je5 5 ( 2 K io 11 ®L ayxiortlovras, Klo vSs'a); further bna

  • tfn 2 K io 6 ; 1^3(-b) 2 K io 11 ; Jon 3 7 ; ^3

n^ina Na 3 10 . o. t of God, himself 2 Ch 2 4 Ne 4 8 8 6 1/. 86 10 99 s 135 6 147 5 Is 12 6 Je 10 s ; bi(n) ^N(n) Dt 7 21 io 17 Ne i 6 9 32 V. 77" 95 s Je32 18 Dn 9 4 ; Vfbm bo i>nj Exi8"; itm y?TKt Wn 1 Ch 16 s5 ^ 48 s 9 6 4 145 3 ; bn3 "]i>D ^ 47 3 95 3 Mai 1"; ihis works Dt 1 1 7 Ju 2 7 ^ in 2 , t glory ^ 21 6 138 5 , iname Jos 7 9 1 S 1 2 W 1K8" 2 Ch 6 32 + 76 2 99 3 Je io 6 44 s6 Ez 3 6 ra Mai 1"", mercy 1 K 3 6 2 Ch i 8 ^ 57 11 86' 3 108 5 , goodness Ne 9 s6 , compassion Is 54 7 . . in phrases f->i"l3 QVn "ity A is ye< AigrA day (Fr. grand jour, Germ, hoch am Tage, the day is at its height) Gn 29 7 ; + >13? Jbi?3 (or reverse) as iceK «wia/Z as great Dt I 17 I Ch 25 s 26 13 2 Ch 3 i is ; tbiianjj"! Ibi?0(b) (or reverse) fromsmall to great Gn i 9 "'i S s^o"' 2K23 2 25 s6 2Chi 5 ' 3 34 30 Est i 5 - 20 Je 6' 3 8 10 31 34 42 1 - 8 44 12 Jon 3 . cstr. D^B33(n) in? great of wings Ez 17", so of anger Pr 1 9" (Qr) ; usually of God, in power Na I s , counsel Je 32 19 , mercy yjr 145". 0. as subst. concr. tniina n'B>y do great things, of God's great acts of redemption and judgment Dt 10" Jbs" 9 10 37 5 f 7 1 " 'O 621 ; of the miracles of Elisha 2 K 8 4 ; of things too great and so presumptuous, haughty "j typan Je 45 s ; 'i mmo ^ 12 4 ; vb '33 Wn V 131' (cf- BAram. Dn 7 8 " 20 ; also Kev 13 6 ). 10. tas subst. neut. greatness of arm Ex 15 16 ; cf. I?33 4. t il "7TTil n.f . greatness— 2 S 7 21 + 3 1. ; n^na 1 Ch 29"; 'cstr. nfcnj Est io 2 ; sf. "inWia Est I 4 ; ^ n h? * '45 3 ; W$ f7i 21 ; W8 f h«^ pi. intens. Tliha 1 Ch 17 1921 ;— chiefly late Heb. a. of Psalmist^ 71 21 , Mordecai Est6 3 io 2 , king Est i 4 ; b. of God's greatness, as an attribute 1 Ch 29" V 1 45 36 , or of his acts 2 S 7 21 (cf. Dr) v 23 =i Chi7' 919 - 21 . tD^iian n.pr.in. father of Zabdiel Ne ii 14 (RV & so most; but ® RVm al. the great). T 7H5 n.pr.m. (very great) — 1. head of one of the families of Nethinim Ezr 2 47 Ne 7 49 . 2. head of one of the families of Solomon"s ser- vants Ezr 2 m Ne 7 s8 . Tn , 7l3 n.pr.m. (Yah is great)— 1. go- vernor of Judea appointed by Nebuchadnezzar Je 40 58 41 16 . 2. son of Amariah, a son of Hezekiah Zp I*. 3. priest of the sons of Jeshua Ezr 1 o 18 . PP773 n.pr.m. (Yah(u) is great) — 1. governor of Judea =n»rU 2 K 2S 22 " 25 Je39 14 40 6 -' 6 41 1 " 18 43 6 (24 t.) 2. son of Pashur, one of the chiefs of Jerusalem in the time of Jeremiah Je 38 1 . 3. one of the sons of Jeduthun, in the time of David 1 Ch 25". •VlT^S n.pr.m. (/ magnify [God)) son of Heman 1 Ch 25 4 (cf. on this remarkable list of names Ew^ 274 " We RS ™" 422 . 2 ""-* 145 ) v 29 . tin , 7 T T3 1 n.pr.m. (Yah{u) is great) a pro- phet of the age of Josiah Je 35 4 . tbl^Q n.m. tower, Gnii'+n 1; cstr. ^3p Ju 8 17 + 21 1.; pi. ta-b-jao 2 Ch 2 6 9 +6 t.; n<^3t? V48 13 Ez 26 4 ; pl.f. nihst? 2 Ch 32 s + 2t.; T 'cstr. ni>l3D Ct 5 ,3 (1); sf. Ig^R? Ez 26" 27 11 ;— 1. tower Gn n 45 Ju8 9 9 <->- 5 <« 2 - 52 2 K 9 17 i 7 9 i8 8 iCh27 2i 2Chi 4 6 26 910 - 15 27 4 32 6 Ne g25.26.27 J g2 lS 30263318 Ez 26 4.9 ,jll ^ 4 8' 3 , watch- tower in vineyard Is 5 2 ; fig. of God as refuge ^6 1 4 Pr 1 8 10 ; beautiful neck like towerof David t 7«- t TM' a

"na Ct 4 4 ; an ivory tower 7 s ; breasts 8 10 . (Cf. MI 22 nnPIJO, Sab. (more precisely Lihyan) JiWIJD, Eut, v. DHM It * r - 1>M *-- 4 - 1 - B ). Special towers mentioned on Lebanon Ct 7 s , Penuel Ju 8 17 , Shechem Ju g* 647 *'- and at Jerusalem, the tower of David Ct 4 4 (the arsenal), HND Ne3', ^?n Ne3' 12 s9 Je 31 38 Zc 14 10 , Dnun Ne3 n 1 2 s8 (tower of the furnaces). 2. derated stage, pulpit of wood Ne 8 4 . 3. raised bed || HJ^nj) Ct 5 13 , but © 33 Hi Be ■ De rightly rd. ni^lSD. t J N"TH3Q 11. pr. {tower of God} stronghold in Naphtali Jos 19 38 prob.=May8aXd Matt 15 39 = Mejdel in the plain of Gennesareth Rob BR Hi. 298 "gJFaliffi: t"ia ,^pto n.pr. (tower of Gad} stronghold in Judah Jos 15 37 ;— cf. Magdala, Lag 0nom - ,S9 ' 12 - 2nd ed. m. p 0ss ibly Mejdel, eastward of Askalon, Guerin '""* "• 13 ° * cf. Bd F " 162 . I "Y137"712?D n.pr. (flock-tower) shepherd's watch-tower near Bethlehem Gn 35 21 Mi 4 s . t'rraTp n.m. tower, 2 S 22 51 Qr (Kt {jHJO =yfn8 n 7 , fp). I'b^SO n.pr. (bVWO only Je 46 14 ) fortified city on the NE. border of Egypt Ex 1 4 s Nu 33' Je44 I 46 14 Ez29 10 3O 6 ; Copt.»n«scA<6i(Champoll. Lig J pt«.omi=.rh.n 1 o I .»ii.79^ Egyptian makBel Eb GS522 . IjJ J 3 vb. hew, hew down or off (NH id. (rare), Aram. JH3 Ithp.; Ar. &li cut o/f hand or other member, mutilate} — Qal Pf. V13 La j»; Wpi] 1 S 2 31 ; Impf. VVffi Zc II 1014 ; Pt. pass. nyvi3 Is 1 5 2 (so many edd. but) Baer W"13 ; cf. infr., D'JH? Is io 33 ; — hew, cut in two, a staff Zc 1 1 1014 ; metaph. hew off, an arm 1 S 2 31 ; horns La2 3 ; hew down, trees Is io 33 ; if in Is 15 2 then = shave off (object [pt, beard), but no other indication of this meaning, and true MT n^Via, cf. Baer's note & Je 48 s7 ; v. IPS. Niph. Pf. J«» Ju 2i 6 , Jn» Je 50 23 ; 3 fs. nV^r Je 48 s5 , nVi^lconsec.Is'22 26 ; 2 ms. J?y^lVi4 12 ; 3 pi. tyTOl consec.Ez 6 6 Am 3 14 ; — be liewn off, of altar- horns Am 3", of idols Ez6 6 (|| "OB*j); of sever- ance of a tribe from nation Ju 2 1 6 ; fig. of king of Babylon Is 1 4 12 ; of Babylon as hammer Je 5° a (ll'^EO); of a minister, under fig. of secure peg or pin Is22 25 ; of horn of Moab Je 48-* (|| -Otw). Pi. Pf Vli 2 Ch 34 7 , 3"? 2 Ch 34 4

  • 107 16 , V$§ 2 Ch i 4 2 , jrp5 ^75" Is 45 2 , W^?-

2 Ch 3 1 ' ; 3 mpl. J'TWI Dt 7 s 1 2 3 ; — hew off, down, in two (cf. Qal) of Asherim Dt 7 s 2 Ch 14 2 31 1 , of idols Dt 12 3 (D^pB) 2 Ch 34 4 - 7 (D^O); fig. horns of wicked ^ 75" ; bars of iron (i.e. of Babylon's gates) Is 45 s , cf. ^ 107 16 . tPu. Pf. VJ^IS Is g* hew down (of trees). pJHil n.pr.m. judge of Israel Ju 6 11131, + 36 t. Ju 6-8;— called also }%&* (q.v.) Ju 6 32 7 1 etc., & JIBtoT (q.v.) 2S11 21 . t^piHa n.pr.m. a Benjamite Nu I 11 2 s2 7 ».65. -Jiv-ia 10 24 ( a l ways /j-f2 JTOj»). T OJH? n.pr.loc. marking limit of pursuit of Benjamites by rest of Israel Ju 20 45 . '[ I "] v ^ - on 'y ^*" rev il e > blaspheme (NH IIS eut, wound, then (esp. Pi.) revile; Ar. <__»jLi cut, cut off, 11. dewy a favour, be ungrateful, etc.; Aram. Pa. T31, >S«sL, revile} — Pf 2 ms. F1S131 2 K 19 22 = Is 37 23 ; 3 pi. W$ 2 K 19 6 = Is 37 6 ; Pi. ^;» Nu 15 30 Vm4 17 ;— 1. revile, between man and man, (abs.) bip TO** e l~ l .n» VM4 17 the voice of (him that) re- proacheth and revileth. 2. blaspheme, sq. ace.

  • » Nui5»(P); 2 K 19 22 = Is 3 7 a (|| TO; obj.
  • 9 r ^l^ , ref. to 'i as above) ; Ez 20 27 ; 2 ace. DP?!?

»nk -ruste *^o njn 'j -ib»k ... 2 K 19 6 = Is 37 s the words with which the servants of the king of Assyria blaspheme me. tnBVfa n.f. taunt, only Ez 5 15 nfinn IWI) Ertab TOBta 1D» « and she shall become a reproach and a taunt, an admonition and an astonishment, to the nations. T CDT*© n.m. pi. revilings,reviling words — 1 Is43 28 ; cstr. »{W| Zp 2 s ; sf. DrUM? Is 5 i 7 between men, Is 43 28 (|| DID); 5^ Zp 2 8 (both II nB ™)- I 1 3 vb. wall up or off, build a wall (denom. ? NH id., Ar. .ii and v. "H3 infr.) — Qal Pf. "H? Jb i 9 8 + 2 1., vr™ Ho 2 8 Am 9 1 '; Impf. 2 mpl. WTiril Ez 13 5 ; Pt. T$i Is 58 12 Ez 2 2 30 ; pi. DT* 2 K 1 2 13 2 2';— wall up, shut off, lit. only Pt., ahs. = masons (wall-builders) 2K 12 13 22 6 ; alsoIs58 12 (obj.H?); fig. of Yahweh's deal- ings with men, obj. rnfc Jb 19 8 , 7T1 La 3'; cf. Ho 2 8 (ace. cogn. VU), in all = obstructing path of life, cf. also La 3 7 (c. ,| 1J!1); of restoring fallen booth of David Am 9" (obj. CVis) ; of repairing fortunes of Israel, a work neglected by prophets Ez 1 3 6 , and by all in power 2 2 30 (both c. ace. cogn.) t-na n.m. E!42 ' 7 wall (NR "113, Aram. N T1?> TH?, -^r. JjLi , jXa. , and more com- monly Jlio. enclosing-wall cf. Heb. 111? infr.) YW


— abs. th Nu ■a*"' + 5 1. + + 6 2 4 (rd. rma cf. infr.) + Ez 13 s (Co rma cf. infr.); cstr. TJ| Pr 24 31 Ez 42 10 (Co del.); sf. t*n> Is 5 5 , WVTj Ho 2 8 (cf. Baer, note); pi. sf. *|*/T1| Mi 7", nnna'f 80 13 ; • — «/aM, fence, bordering a road Nu 2 24 ' 24 cf. Ec io 8 ; connected with Ezekiel's temple EZ42 7 ; city wall Mi 7" cf. Ezr 9'; fig. of Yahweh's vineyard Is 5 5 i^ 8o 13 ; of fortunes of Israel Ez

30 ; so also Ez 13 6 (Co rvri? c f. rrvjf); of 

hindrance in path of Israel (fig. as woman) Ho 2 8 ; of man beset by enemies yfr 62 4 ('a rwn^l, but rd. '1 rma 01 De etc.) T"H2 n.pr.loc. Canaanitish city Jos 12 13 . Tafcp A & @L also Euseb Lag°° on,M42n,1,,da4 = ina 1 Lag BST6 ; cf. TI| infr. ; possibly = 113 TV? iCh 2 51 (v. p. in).

1. iTTTa, rnna n.f. wau— nvu i ch 4 a 

+ ij, 62 4 (MT T*| q!v.), n-i-l? Ez 13 5 (Co, cf. © ; MT -na) 4 2» 2 (del. Co); pl.'ni-na Na 3 17 + 2 1., nhia Nu 32*; cstr. nWia Nu 32 s6 + 2 1., rrna Nu 32 16 ; sf. Vriiia ,/, 89 41 ;— wall, hedge I Ch 4 s3 (or is this n.pr.loc. 1 cf. Ot) Na 3 1 ' (where grasshoppers alight), Je 49 s ; wall, connected with Ezekiel's temple Ez 42 l2 (del. Co) ; defences yjr 89 41 ; elsewhere ;XS '} sheep-folds Nu 32 1636

S 24 4 Zp 2 6 cf. Nu 32 s4 ; Ez 13 5 Co tff§ after 

@; V'oV MT rmrrtn -na, rd. 'i rma cf'.'-n?- t^JTHS adj. gent, of 11. rma ; vmarj iCh

4 . 
11. i"P~T2 n.pr.loc. a city of Judah i"m3n 

Jos 1 5 s6 ; © TaSrjpa, ©L r<i8ipa ; % cf. TfSovp T ajr 0nom * m 2nd ed - 2 s4 iffrVTSl n.pr.loc. in Judah J0S15 41 ; '|n

Ch 28 18 . ' 

TD^rrriil n.pr.loc. in Judah Jos 15 36 ; perh. del., so ©; whole number too large, cf. Di. "h-nil adj.gent. of TJ3 (q.v.) so Lag 8 " 17 ; cf.MVal.; others fTTH; but © r^tir^s, ®L r«88a> P .Ti)r;— mjin 1 Ch 27 s8 . t^Vtt, I'"!? n.pr. (Ar. jtf* waS);— 1. n.pr.loc. city of Judah "ii"l3 Jos 15 68 ; also as n.pr.m., under fig. of genealogy "na son of Penuel 1 Ch 4 4 , "fria Bon of Yered 1 Ch 4 18 ; also "liiari 1 Ch 12 7 v. d. H.; 1*yp Baer, cf. his note. 2. n.pr.loc. "na 1 Ch 4 39 , but read Gerar, ace. to © Ew Hi Be al. 3. n.pr.m. ~»i~l? 1 Ch 8 31 9" a Benjamite, of Gibeon. I. t£H3 ( NH E '* 1 -?' Aram - *tyt hea P U P' cf. also Ar. ^SJ ). ti. BJna n.m. ■"" sa6 heap, stack (NH id., Aram, t'd.) — K ,, "I3 Ex 2 2'+ 3 1. ; — stack of sheaves Ex 2 2 s Ju 15 6 (|| noj> in both) Jb 5 M . . tf"f3 (=6A>»; exact mng. unknown). ftt Xi?"~Tll n.[m.] tomb (Ar. 1>1L id.) Jb , j 32 . J),. } 178. * S. ,. 229 suggestg rea ding (^ . tra Ez 47 13 , rd. m © X93 & all moderns. + [(1/13] vb. depart, i.e. be cured, healed (subj. wound) (cf. Aram. ]o»^ be freed (from guilt, pain, disease, etc.), A ph. set free, also become free) "lite D3t? nWT6l H05 13 . Tnnj n.f. healing, cure — nnj p r 17 s 'a anpw tjgp a*) c f. Now. t["irTil] vb. bend, crouch (so Vrss) — Qal ImpfW 1 K 18 42 sq. nriK Elijah, with face between knees; 2 K 4 34135 Elisha, over dead boy, sq. vb]} (|| 33E*1 v * cf. 338*). , 13 v. sub nu. sta, ■a'ta v. sub ma. +[^3] v ^ - dl 8 (cf. Ar. Jjli pierce, bore, hollov) out) — -Qal Ft. CSa diggers or pkmgh- men 2 K 25 12 Kt; but cf. Qr D'33* as Je 52" (v. ay), and v. 23 infr. fn. [22] n.[m.] pit, ditch, trench (Ar. til*, hollow, depression; Syr. joo^ cistern) — only pi. tr33 Je 14 3 ; in 2 K3 16 D'3J p'3J, i.e./i*M 0/ ditches ; further, cisterns (ace. to Klo 2 K 25' 2 ) Je 39 10 D , 33 , l ( r< 3. D'331); cf. also || 2 K 25^ (DW1 Kt, BrOff^ Qr)=Je52 16 (D , 3a^; both c. D'OIS) ; Klo prop, to emend these, so as to rd. in all D*3J) D^t?")? Orh fFM and gave to them vineyards and cisterns ; another view in Th ; cf. further 313, 3J*.— I. 33 v. sub n3J. "t"Q^22 n.pr.loc. (trenches)^ . fr. Jerusalem, c. art. '3? Is io 31 ; site unknown. fin. [32] n.[xn.] beam, rafter? (Thes sub 313, but mng. & V dub.), D , 33 iK6»; but Lag Armon. Stud. J199.M 1.212; BN155 r( ] g _ Q<13J (P erS- . : f " Armen. ypjicd) vaulted roofs. T2CZ n.pr.m. (-y/unknown) — 1. 1 Ch 5 4 a Reubenite. 2. Gog of the land of Magog, prince ofRosh, Meshek, and Tubal, *ty 3laD )nK 313 ^)3ni T$0 tfih Ez 38 s3 (om. jiJO '«)' 39 1 (om. id.) cf. 38" 1 ' 6 (del. © © Co) v 18 39 1 " 1111 ('3 ficn N^3) v 15 (id.); cf. As. Gdgu, chief of a mountain tribe N. of Assyria DF* 247 COT on Ez 38*.

��ta\3F2 n.pr.terr. (=land of Gogl cf. Dl a son of Japhet, him jn HW Jto 1D3 ns 11 »JS DTni.T|^;= Scythians? cf. Jog*"""; Lag GM.Abh.i58 re f ers name ^ mountainous region between Cappadocia and Media; cf. Di Gn io 2 , KiepMBAkF.b.ua.jo: ( N> & E Armenia), Len (SE. Armenia), v. esp. Len " 11 ' 411 " 76 .

t^ 1 )-)] vb. invade, attack (cf. TIJ, whence 1JJ etc. actually derived by Ki Bo Ko 1S5e q.v.; SS, perh. better, denom. fr. ina) — Qal Impf. Taj Gn 49 19 , ITWJ v 1 ', ttTJJ Hb 3 16 ; VW V 94 2 ' Kt (v. YU); — attack Gn 49 19 , allit. c. "13 n. pr.

& "in?, :3ry tj» wn] ut«j toj "« gw, a <roop

s/ta/ 7 . troop upon him, but he shall troop upon the heel (i.e. pursue them in their retreat) VB; Hb 3 16 1"?; mb nib}£ cf. VB & Comm. 1. n12 v. sub nxj.

m^I (project, be convexfi.

t[ia] n.[m.] back— only sf. «|W 1 K 14 9 , tfl Ez 23 s3 , DJ3 Ne 9 s6 ;— alw. '3 *Tn$ tj^n cast behind the back, i.e. put out of mind, ignore, re- ject "» 1 K 14 9 Ez 23^, and his law Ne 9 s6 .

ti. 12 n. [m.] back — 13 abs. unused, cstr. Pr io 13 + 2 t., sf. "13 Is 50 6 , *|13 Is 38 17 , m. 51 23 ;— iac&, as beaten, lashed Pr io 13 19 29 26' cf. Is 50 6 ; in phr. '3 nnK ytyfi ( as u) t s 3 gi7 ) of Yahweh's casting sins of penitent behind his back, putting them out of mind; as trodden upon IS51 23 , fig. of extreme humiliation.

1 11. "13 n.[m.] midst, Aramaism (cf. Aram. K?3, 13 middle, NH 13 midst, interior; a^id., belly, Ar. J1L midst) Jb 30' WW 13~fp from the midst (of men) they are driven ; Rosenmiiller al. comp. Cicero "" 1,8 : e medio pellunlur.

fn. n^2 n.f. back— (so also Di Hoffm SS; © Thes De AV RV body=TMl, cf. Ba 55 " 01887 ' 605 ) Jb 20 25 mgD K'Jm it comes out from the back (of arrow which has struck a fugitive, and is then extracted; Hoffm rds. ni5D). — 1. 1113 sub HK3.

' i"P"]2 n.f- body, corpse — abs.'j Na3 3 ; cstr. TV13 Ju i 4 8 +2t.; sf. VIM? 1 S 31 10 Dn io 6 , «0h| Gn 47 18 , Drm? Na 3 3 ; pi. abs. ni>ia f 1 io 6 ; 8 f. un s ia Ne 9 37 , Dirn 5 ia Ez i 33 , nanTi'ia v ":—

1. living human torfy Gn 47 18 (sg., of many persons). cf. pi. Ne9 37 ; of man in Daniel's vision Dn io 8 (body apart from extremities); also of the living creatures in Ezek.'s vision Ez I 1123 .

2. dead body, corpse, carcass: a. of man 1 S 3 1 10 (so orig. in || 1 Ch io 10 v. We 8m cf. Dr)

v i2.i2 ^ S g f severa i persons), i^ no 6 ; coll. Na 3 SS ; b. of lion Ju 1 4 89 .

גּוֹי 561 n.m. Gnl2 2 nation, people (NH id. Gentiles, גו community ܓܰܘܳܐ‎, Sab. גו id., DHMZMG 1883,348) Gn122+121t.; sf. 1s. גּוֹיִ Zp 29,גּוֹיֶ֑ךָ ψ 1065, גּוֹיֵךְ Kt Ez 3613.14.15 (Qr wrongly גּוֹיַיִךְ cf. Co, who del. v15); pl. גּוֹיִם Gn 105+410t. +Qr Gn 2523 ψ 7910 (Kt גיים) + 6t. Ez (var. emend. Co); cstr. גּוֹיֵי Gn 1818+8t., גּוֹיֵ 2 Ch 32 13 Ezr 6 21 (cf. Baer's notes); sf. גּוֹיֵהֶם Gn 10 5 20 31 37;--1. nation, people Gen 105 6 20 31 32 37 (all P)+; Is 22.4.4 = Mi 42.3.3; †Jb 1223.23 3429†; Pr 1434; כֹּל גּוֹיֵי הָאָרֶץ Gn 1818 2218 264 (all J) Dt 281. a. specif, of descendants of Abraham,

^na ia Gn 12 2 cf. i8 18 (both J), D?ia 17 6 , fan

OfOi 17" (all P) ; of Sarah 0f» 17 16 (P); of bina 4 6 3 (E); of Ephraim'an t6o 4 8 19 (J); of Moses b\1i "ia Ex 32 10 (J) cf. Nu 14 12 (J) Dt 9"; of Jacob and Esau as two nations Gn 25 s3 (J). b. definitely of Israel Ex 1 9 6 (Bnni5 '3) 33 13 (both JE), Dt 4 6 (njn \fin$\ M3n, said by heathen cf. v 7 - 8 ) v. also v 34 , 26 s cf. f 33 12 , if, 83 s (said by enemies) Je 31 36 33 s4 Ez 37 s2 ; in narrative Jos 3 17 4 1 5 8 (JE), v 6 (D), io 13 (poet., no art.); of Israel and Judah as two nations Ez 35 10 (said Mi4 7 ; once my people Zp 2 9 (||Dy); thy people yfrio6 b (i.e. of"), cf. also Ez 3 6 liU4 (rd. Kt) ; esp. of Israel and (or) Judah as sinful, rebellious Dt 3 2 28 Ju 2 20 Is i 4 io 6 Je 5 929 7 s8 9 8 1 2 17 Ez 2 3 (del. ® Co) Hg 2 14 Mai 3 9 .— Note. This definite ref. to Israel and (or) Judah is comparatively rare; in Hex not P (yet v. Gn i7 4 - 5 - 616 35 11 P); seldom inexil.&post-exil.proph.; notChr. — c. usually of non-Heb. peoples Ex 9 24 34 10 (JE) LV25 44 (H)

etc., v. DJ), cf. also Nu 23 s ; note esp. D"13n 7yi Is 8 s3 circle or district of the nations (v. <'"?3); also '3H nann J u 4 2 ' 316 Charosheth of the nations, & 73pap D^i3 7|JD Jos 1 2 s3 king of nations (peo- ples, tribes) belonging to Gilyal (© Di to the district, i.e. 'Galilee'); esp. of these peoples as heathen : idolatrous Lv 8 2428 (P) 20 23 (H) 1 K 14 24 2 K ijWUMmmi 2 Ch 28 3 32 13 +, Ezr 6 21 Ez 5 6 + ; hostile Gn 15 14 (J) Lv »6* JMI (H) 1X4* 9 45 18 9 1 Ch 16 35 Je5 16 Ez4 ,3 + oft. Je Ez, etc.; in simile Ez 20 32 25 s ; sometimes || Qy + 33 10 ' 2 Is 1 1 10 Je 6 18 , v. also Is 2 24 comp. with ili 4 13 . 2. fig. of swarm of locusts Jo I 6 ;

of all species of beasts Zp 2 14 . 3. D?13 Gn

14 1 ' 9 prob. mutilated n.pr. v. infr.

fl- [T^il] v k- Pass over, away (Ar. j[L

pia

■>ia pass by, over; Aram. N3 cross, J^^ ass away, fail) — Qal P/ T3 f 90'°; /mp/ WJl Nun 31 ; —pass away, of the life of the aged, -^ go 10 B*n 13 ; trans, fo-in^r over, suhj. wind, obj. quails fr. sea, Nuxi 31 (rd. perh. Hiph.WJl cf.Ko U42 Di). t^a n.pr.loc. (As. Guzana COT 2K 17 6 DP* 184 ) city and district of Mesopotamia, on or near the middle course of the Euphrates, through which the river Chabur (inn) flowed ; thither some of the exiled Israelites were brought [bySargon, B.C. 722-21] : ftte 2K19 12 =Is 37 12 ; |tia -

-fan 2 k 17 6 18"; inn) -fan 

ftla -in?* r Ch s 26 where Chabur is separated en- tirely from the river of Gozan (v. inn). nia v. m. ^3 v. sub iTU. n^2 v. sub rvo. tcpia n.pr.gent.Gni4 L9 ,in phr. ^D ^yiri D?i3 TW fenj- 0/ Goim; prob. a Babylonian (Elamitic, etc.) name corrupted ; H. Rawlinson prop. Guti, a people NE. of Babylonia, COT on Gn 14 1 ; also KGF 258 "-; cf. also DP* 233 '- hft v. W

  • ]7ian.pr.loc. (1 connected with -/^J,Ar.

JLi g>o aoow<, around; jji. circuit; cf. Ph. ^J n.pr. insul.; also ^S>3, H^^cityof Manasseh in Bashan, named as a city of refuge Dt4 43 cf. Jos 20 9 2 1 27 both Qr (Kt ybi); given to sons of Gershom son of Levi ace. to iCh6 M ; Euseb. knew it as a very large village TauXii/ 7) ra>dv Lago*-..*,— .». digtrict of game name . b ^ Josephus A ° tvlll - 2 ' s «'«- Gaulanitis, mod. Jaulan Rob BB "- 432 Bd Fa,27 ° Schumacher ZPVIe86 = J «"»-"88 8 , ace. to most, name applied first to city, thence to district, but perh. otherwise if above deriv. be correct. jlil ( m »g- dub., cf. perh. Aram. )l tinge, V^»» V ***' Ar ' U*°r re dd™h black, cf. Hommel SSugethlere 64 t^Iia n.pr.m. 1. a Naphtalite Gn 46 s4 Nu 26** 1 Ch 7 13 . 2. 1 Ch 6 w a Gadite. "P3MI adj. gent, of foregoing 1 ; c. art. as n. coll. VfiK) NU26 48 ; also of individ. 2 S 23 s2 ace. to @L (ifo-o-at o rowi) Klo Dr; rd. ft?" •JWJ ; also 1 Ch 1 1 34 where rd. id. for Dt?n

  • 3BOT (®L Ei'patrai o Towi).

M 1* **> expire, perish, die (cf. Ar. cli be empty, hungry)— QelPf V13 Nu 20 » J og 2 ,«  WjJJ La i", Uya Nu 17* 20 3 ; W ]W Jb 34» TO Gn6>', WW Jb 36", W Zc 13 8 , rfo + io 4 » etc.; 7n/ cstr. Via Nu 20 3 , $ri3 Nu 17"; Pt. JJ13 V' 88 16 ;— expire and die, only'? & poet.'; no'l ': Gn 25*" 35 » (all P); ||niD Jb 3" i 4 '» c f. Nu t?*(P)j lh3XNui7 27 toeeayi r «,wej9er?"«/t(l : '); || '?V ^88 16 (progressive parall.) distressed and about to die; || yrrOX bit S|DN» Gn 49 s3 ; -e>y-<?V 2W Jb 34 ' 3 cf.f 104 29 ; ||in-13:Zci 3 8 ; abs.,both prose and (esp.) poetry Nu 20 33 M Jos 2 2 20 Gn 6" f l (all P) Jb 10' 8 13" 27 s 3 6' 2 La i'»; Jb 29" van 'jp-Dy ^th my mist ghall Idie> ie in ful , possession of what is mine, cf. Di. t[*fl3] vb. shut, close (NH id., v. NHWB ' * 4 ^—Hiph. Impf. juss. *fy Ne 7 3 close (doors, ram). T[nDH2] n.f. body, corpse (late; NH *f», Aram. NB13; Ar.Ii^)— cstr. sg. nM3 r Chio 12 ; cstr. pl.nfaW 1 Ch xo' 2 , cf. Be (|| 1 S 3i 12 has nj13). t 1 - lli) ▼»• sojourn (cf. Ar. '}JL turn aside, tarry, v. esp. 111. iv. vm. x ; Aram. *i Eth in der.)-Qal /y.13 Gn 35*+ 3 t , 131 consec. Isil 6 ; WTJJ GH2I 23 ; WS Gn 3 2 5 yf, 120 5 ; V13 Ex6 4 ; /mp/ "^ Ex 12 48 + 12 t., "$j Gn 20' + 2 t.; sf. T£ V 5 s ; 3 &■ ^ 2 K8 2 ; 2 fs. TttM 2 K 8 1 ; cohort, nnpx ^. d^ rWSJ I s j6 4 ; Imv. -A3 Gn 26 3 , n« 2 K 8'; /«/ c«<r. 113 Gn i2 ,0 +i7t.; Pt. 13 Dt 18 6 Ju i7 7 +i 7 t.; f. cstr. m_3 Ex 3 »; pi. tTM Lv25"+8t.; cstr. ]13 Jbi9 16 ;— 1. sojourn, dwell for a (definite or indef.) time, dwell as a new-comer (cf. 13) with- out original rights, v. esp. Gn 19 9 (J) Dt 18 6 & cf. Ju i7 7M 19 1 ; also Gn 12 10 20 1 2i 23 - 34 3 2 6 47 4 (all JE); of patriarchs in Canaan Gn 26 3 (J) 35" Ex6 4 (both P) cf. Vio 5 12 = rChie 19 , Ju 19 16 2 S 4 3 2 K 8 ,u (seven years) Is 16 4 Ilu i 1 Ezr i 4 (in exile); cf. further Ex 3 22 (E) fpa JT13 of a woman in another's house as lodger or guest (v. Di), n?3 n.3 Jb i 9 is ; so (poet.) of worshipper in Yahweh's house ^15' 61 6 cf. Is 33 14 - 14 ; fig. of evil VI rg 1$ ^ 5 5 evil cannot be a guest of thine (Che ; sq. ace, as in Ar. SjjU. 111); particularly of the 13 (q.v.) in Israel Ex i2 48 - 49 Lv 16 29 (all P) ifS-'o-n-u x$«  19 3334 20 2 25 645 (all H) Nu 9 14 x5w.u-u.M-0 x 9 i» Jos 20 9 (all P) Ez 14 7 47 22 - 23 ; of Ephraim and Manasseh sojourning with Judah and Benjamin 2Chi5 9 ; of Bechabites sojourning in Judah Je35 7 ; of Israelites sojourning in Egypt Dt26 s Is 52 4 ijr 105 s3 ; so of Judah, to escape from ■na

TO under Babylonian power Je 4 2 **■ 4 3 s 4 ^* MMm . 2. abide, nearly or quite = dwell Je 43 s cf. La 4", Je4p" U3 50 40 , also Jb 2 8 4 ; of wolf dwelling with lamb Isn 6 ; stay (inactive) Ju 5 17 ; — in Is 5" rd. perh., for Dna, D?"ja or CH| cf. © Lo Ew Di & Che crit. n. ( > Stu 'tna). Hithpol. -Pt. ">7t5nt? 1 K 1 7 s0 «ee& hospitality with, sq. DJ) (cf. Ar. x); Vntov Ho 7" is dub. (cf. II. to) ; AE Ki Thes Wii AV EV they assemble them- selves, but txt. prob. err., v. TU. tl. "YlH n.pr.loc. (sojourning, dwelling) 2 K 9 27 DjtaynK nt5>K 'rn^>J|p, otherwise unknown. T^yS'^^H n.pr.loc. (dwelling or GUr of Baal) 2 Ch 2 6 7 tya-"M3 Brazil D**3PJ$1. 1§ n.m. El,i48 sojourner (Ar. jli, Eth. $C: ?C: Aram. »oL^, ""*», proselyte, "Vi proselytize, Ph. "13 in n.pr., & pi. D"u) — ">? Gn J5 ,J +74t.; 8f.T]*Ex2o ,0 +4t.,VuDti I, ;pl. D , "ia Ex 2 2 20 + 9 1., D*?! 2 Ch 2 16 ;— 1. sojourner, temporary dweller, new-comer (no inherited rights), cf. Ex 12 19 Lv2 4 16 Nuis 30 Jos8 i3 (opp. homeborn); of Abraham at Hebron Gn2 3 4 (P; || acta); Moses in desert Ex a a (J) i8 3 (E; here explan. of name Gershom, Moses' son); as claiming hospitality Jb3i 32 ; perh. in above cases, and certainly in general, with technical sense; fig. of Yahweh Je 14 8 ; of Israel in Egypt Gn 15 13 Ex 22 M 2 3 9 (all JE) Lv 19 34 (H) Dt 10" 23 s ; B^i with Yahweh Lv 2$* (H) 1 Ch 2 9 15 + 39 13 (in all || 2KTP1) cf. 1 1 9 19 . 2. usually of D ,- 1S in Israel 2S1" (Amalekite) cf. J088 3336 (E) 20 9 (P) Is 14'; dwellers in Israel with certain conceded, not inherited rights (cf. RS OTJC<M!2nd,dS42 - , ' ;K42;8em7!st Sta a«ch.i.<ooy The -,5 ig to g ij are j n Sabbath rest Ex20 10 23 12 (both JE) Dts"; otherwise he is to have like obligations with Israel Ex I2 i».«.« Lv i6 m ( a]1 p) Lv , 7 mmus.u l8 26 20 2

18 24 1622 (all H) Nup 14 - 14 i5"-»-»-"-»-»-» i 9 '» 

35 15 (all P) Ez 14 7 ; similar rights Dt i 16 Ez 47 25 - 23 ; and like privileges Dti6 1114 26 11 29 10 31" cf. 2 Ch 30 25 ; very rarely any distinction made, in obligation Lv 2^*~ A7A7 (H), in per- missible food 1 H 1 4 21 ; in future success Dt 28 43 ; kindness to 13 frequently enjoined: Lv 19 10 (TO 23 H (||«.) I9 34 (aUH); Dt io 1919 14 s9 24 ,9M " 26 1J - 13 (all ||njof)N1 CiTV); oppression prohibited Lv 19 33 (H) Dt2 4 14 ; EX22 20 23 9 - 9 (JE) Dt 24 17 27 19 Je 7 6 22 3 Zc 7 10 (these eight || n3D[jKl Dta}); obj. of care to '•> f 146 9 (IN-); charge that " has been oppressed Ez 2 2 7 Mai 3' (both id.); also Ez 22 s9 (|| JtotO 'IV), + 9 4 6 ; cf. also command that a poor brother be treated like ", i.e. kindly, Lv 25 s5 (H). Latest conception somewhat different: 13 1 Ch 22 s 2 Ch 2 16 (D'T-in) gathered for hard service; yet cf. 2 Ch 30 25 . (Oft. c. verb. cogn. Ex 1 2 4849 L v 1 6" 1 7 81012 ' 3 18 26 19 33 20 2 Nu9 14 i 5 "-"->«^» I9 >» Jos20 9 Ez47 22 - 23 ; oft. || 2fF G1123 4 LV25 23 - 35 - 47 1 Ch 29 15 f 39"). tnVQ n.f. lodging(-place)— TtHfy Ut^l Orb JV3 bx* "Wto BiTlM J e 41 17 , inn, khanl so Ew Gf ; Hi al. niTia folds, after Joseph. Aq. T*W n.pr.loc. a southern city of Judah, toward Edom Jos 1 5 21 . T[*1wBj n.[m.] sojourning-place, dwell- ing-place, sojourning — sf. ETJ9D ^55 16 ; pi. cstr. ""IWt? Gn 3 7 ' ; sf. •?» Gn 4 7 9 ,'"!«t? ^ 1 1 9 M , TJM Gn 1 7 8 2 8 4 , vviao Jb 18 19 , Bn'iwo Gn 3 6 7 + 2 t., EfJ^ 1 -?? Ex 6 4 ; — dwelling-place ^ 55 16 Jb 1 8 19 ; — sojourning(-place), always pi., 'O yy& Gni7 8 28 4 36' 37 1 Ex6 4 (Hex always P) Ez 20 38 ; sojourning (pl.) = life-time, 'D , ?.B' Gn 47 9 'D »5J Gn 47"; cf. '» TV? f 1 19 54 . T ilTUG n.f. store-house, granary Hg 2 19 . frfr"^*? n.f.pl. id., Jo i 17 (||nmN; but © Xip/01, Me ninj). fll. [113] v ^- st i r U P strife, quarrel (cf. ma) — so Ew Che Di EVm (Is 54 1 *); gather together Ges De Br cf. £93, so AV KV;— Qal. Pf. "» Is 54 15 ; Impf. W v 15 , VW + 5 6 7 59 4 140 3 (on all cf. infr.); Inf. abs. "fa Is 54 15 ; — 1. stir up strife, abs. "W lla Is 54 15 ; cf. ^ 56 7 (but AE Che rd. WfeJ a»ac£, v. TO)j sq. "i 5 ? i/' 59 4 (but Che id.; cf. i/' 94 21 , wh. however 01 would emend by 56 7 59 4 ) ; sq. ace. rtoPlpp ^ 1 40 3 (Hup Che rd. W Pi. Impf. of ma). 2. quar- rel, sq. "OS wl Is 54 15 . Here also Hithpol. Impf. Ho 7 14 VVjtarn (cf. I. TU), ace. to Ew, they excite themselves, but unlikely ; v. 711. T["rtS] n.[m.] whelp (as quarrelsome t or onomatop.? peihaps=As. ^irw Zehnpfund BA8I.M4J of H on _ni'ns n.'ia Je5i 38 (HCI??) sim. of Babylonians; cf. Vnia Na 2" (|| id. v 14 ) fig. of Assyrians. fii. Tlil n.m. Kz I9, *■ 6 whelp, young — cstr. (nnKpia Gn 49 s + 2 1.; sf. n^.« Ez 19 2 , nn.a Ez i9 3 ' 5 ! l?' , "! ,5 La 4 s ; — 1. lion's whelps, fig. of Judah Gn49 9 ; of Dan Dtss 22 ; of Assyrian (prince?) Na 2 12 ; fig. of Israelites Ez 19 236 (|| T'M). 2. young of jackals (PW) La 4 3 . till. [113] vb. dread (cf. "fr)— Qal /mp/. ■W Nu 2 2 3 1 S 18"; 2 ms. -ftsn Dt 18 22 ; "i«X "TOO

ba Dt 3 2 27 ; pi. m V33 8 Jb4i ,7 + Hoio 5 , rMfi Dt i"; Imv. rv& f 22 « Jb 19";— 1. be afraid of, sq. »3BD Nu 22 3 Dt I 17 I S 18", 'JSt? D?S 1113 Jb 19 29 ; 'c. |t? 4 i 17 Dti8 22 ; c.acc.Dt 32 s7 (poaO Ho io 5 rd. prob. Yr& lament (b2n, used c. ? «.£. Na 3 7 Je 15 s al.; cf. Che). 2. stand m awe of, sq. J? i/' 22 24 33 s (|| fTO. T")i2?3 n.m. fear, terror — abs.'D ^31"+ 6 t. + Jczo* cf. infr.; pi. sf. 'lUD La 2™;— fear, terror Is3i 9 ;=cause of terror Je 20 4 ; else- where in phrase, coined by Jerem., a'SBO "D terror on every side Je 6 25 20 3 (where as n.pr.), v 10 46 s 4 9 M f 31" La 2 22 ('BD n«D). TpTjiap] n.f. fear, terror — cstr. TtfOQ Pr io 24 ; pi. sf. UfrlWp ^ 34 s , DniUD I s 66 4 (on these forms with 1 cf.'Ges* 27 - 8 - *•'•*«•'«);— terror (= thing dreaded) ^34 5 Pr io 24 Is66 4 . [pTtt] Je 2 s5 "proa Kt v. ?na. ^1 J (°« hard, cf. Ar. LL1 6e hard, of hands, from toil). +ttft2 n.[m.] clod, lump (NH ttf., Aram. ntWj ; cf. Ar. '(j-i etc., rough ground, also tee)— 1SV tf'Jl Jb 7 5 ', Qr 'V (WJ. U v. sub na. T^^lTS n.m. treasurer (loan-word; NHicZ.; cf.BAram.[13M],pl.Sn3|?; Syr. *£j^Ji»JL^ also »ou4», Pers.jlj^jTcf. Lag GMAl,h - 27 '- Arm - «»«•»««), Ezri 8 . t[(lJ3] vb. cut, (cut off, sever), -/of n<13 (cf. Talm. Ntf cm« o/) ; hence perh. Qal Pt. act. sf. 'tfa V* 7 1 6 thou art Ae <A«< severed me from my mother's womb(De Che ; © o-Kfnwnjr, De prop. (KdTtatrTrjs, v. © ^ 2 2 10 ; S3 protector cf. ©,Thes EwHupPe benefactor, cf. Ar. 1>. requite, Jerus. Svr - lK*> Talm - N J? id.);— txt.and mng. dub.; || f 2 2 10 has , n'3; v .'C'he critnl, ' d0P476 ; Do %

  • FM& n.f. a cutting, hewing — JV13 Ex

20 25 -(- 1 o t., always abs. ; — Iiewing, '3 '33K = hewn stones (building-stones) 1K5" 1 Ch 2 2 2 Ez 40 42 (for tables), cf. '3 nVtD3 «h|>] D'33K 1 K 7 911 (but Klo del. as gloss, cf.' ®); ' also without '33N = hewn stones Ex 20 25 (altar) Am 5 1 ' ('3 W3) Is 9 » (opp. W$); '3 *TW 1 K 6 36 , '3 BnttD j»; also La 3" '33 "T^ 113. nt3 v. sub Tt3. t-»3to adj.gent. 1 Ch n 34 'jflttn DOT, but id. "?13n |55* (®L Klpatrai 6 Tow.) cf. ♦?«. t [TT3] vb. shear (NH id., Aram. Itf, j^ ; Ar.ji , As. deriv.)— Qal Impf. tt»l Jb i 20 ; 2 ms. to Dt i 5 19 ; 7m». 2 fs. '13 J e 7* Vl Mi 1"; 7n/ cstr. Iff Gn 3i"(E) 1 S 25 1 , 13 Gn 3 8 ,3 (J); Pt. 113 1 S 25 4 ; pi. DTy 1 S 25 7 + 2 t.; cstr. "Vi Gn 3 8 12 ; sf. VT3 j S 25", fVttj Is 53 7 ;-*W sheep (obj. |KS) Gn 31" 38 13 Dt 15" 1 S 2 5 2 - 4 ; cf. Pt. shearer (c. |NX) Gn 38 ,s , also nlt3 (i.e. ^>ri1) I 8 53 7 ; abs.=s/teep-«Aeorer, iS «5 T41 2S I3 2324 ; obj. man's head (iefcl) Jb i 20 ; of a woman's (fig. of Israel) Mi i 16 (no obj. ; ||'mp), (fig. of Jerusalem) Je 7 s9 (obj. 113 q.v.) Niph. 1tf33 be cut off{= destroyed) of Assyrians Na i 12 . TU n.[m.] shearing, mowing (As. gizzu Zehnpfund™ 8 '- 530 , Aram. K?3, Y^fleece)— 13 f 72 s , also cstr. Dt 18 4 Jb^i 20 ; pi. cstr. 'W Am 7 1 ; — shearing = thing sheared off, wool, fleece ?K3f '3 Dt i8 4 , ^ '3 Jb 31 20 ; mmn; Am 7 1 (rfysn '3 c f. RS •"•'•");= land to be mown V 7 2<l (but shearing in both, ace. to Hoffm ZAWMSI16ff SS).

  • rr|3 n.f. fleece — (Ar. K»., Aram. R'j^,)

n« Ju 6 37 + 5 t. ; cstr. DM J u 6 3 ' ';— -fleece, 10S '3 Ju 6 37 ; abs. Ju e 37 - 38 - 38 - 39 - 39 - 40 .

  • U2 n.pr .m. son of ns^j?, concub. of Caleb
Ch 2 46 ' 48 ; v*> says that |in son of HB^ (and 

Caleb?) begat Gazez. rvta v. sub nt3. fl. /T3 vb. tear away, seize, rob (NH id., Ph. S>!3 Niph., Aram. i>!f, j££^ & (Nas.) ^i^; Ar. Jji cut off)—QaiPf % Jb 20 19 Ez I8 18 , 5l Lv 5™+ 2 t./nblf f 69 s etc.; Impf. MjJ Ez 18 7 , b^B 2 S 23 21 1 Ch II s3 etc. ; Inf. bi Is io 2 ; Pt. act. hia Pr 28 s4 ; sf. fy'a V' 35 10 ; pi. cstr. ^13 Mi 3 2 ; pass, ^f Dt 28 29 + ^4 1.;— tear away, rob, c. obj. rei (movable), flock (115?) Jb 24 s , ass Dt 28 31 , women Ju 2 1 23 cf. Gn 3 1 31 (E), tear away orphan child from breast Jb 24° 18*0 D11V, snatch a spear from enemy's hand 2 S 23 21 = 1 Ch 11 23 ; fig. of drying up snow-water Jb 24 19 ; (obj. stationary) take violent possession of, well of water Gn 2 1 35 (E), house Jb 20 19 , fields Mi 2 2 ; (hyperb.) the skin Mi 3 s ; c. ace. cogn. = seize, plunder,ohj. nVtf Lv5 !3 (P)Ez i8 7 - 1216 , S>1J Ez 18 18 22 ffl ; indef.^69 5 ; fig., obj. tSEC'O Is io 2 ; c.obj. pers. robbed ^35'° Pr22 22 28 24 , prob. also Ju 9 s5 cf.Lvi9 ,3 (H;abs.);cf.alsopass.Dt28 29 (||p ! iB^); p&iV I'D ^13 ^3fn Je 2 1 12 cf. 2 2 3 ; Mai i 13 i"» ( || B ? lame and Hjin sick), prob. that rescued ha

nVna after seizure by wild beasts, therefore mutilated. 1lTipli.i > /3fs.n^331 ) subj.*Zee ? jPr4 l6 6<^(||y^). T , p n.[m.] robbery — abs. ?B Lv 5 21 + 3 t. + Ez 18 18 cf. infr.; cstr. % Ec 5 7 Ez 18 18 (but cf.infr.);— robbery Lv5 SI (P) ^62" {P'0) Is 6 1 8 ; = thing jrfundered, taken as plunder, as ace. cogn. Ez22 M (b)i bn); fig. O&WD ha = wresting of justice (cf. Is io 2 )Ec 5 7 .— Ez i8 18 has nK b#, but © Co del. nx; rd. then %.— Cf. Lag B!i172 '. tnpia n.f. plunder, spoil— n^t? Lv^ + 3 t.; cstr. r&ta Is 3", Tfty Ez 18 12 ;— thing seized, 82>oil Lv 5 (P) Ez 33 15 '; V?? n^ Is 3 14 ; as ace. cogn. Ez 18 71216 . n. 70 ("/of foil-, mng. dub.; ace. to Fl NHWBI - 433 onomatop., cf. Jji Frey crassa vox, vox columbi, v. also Fra 115 ). t Still a.m. D,S2 ' 11 young of birds (Syr. -*5>4pj, cf. Ar. Sjy*}— J ^ a l'*! Gn '5' pigeon; vtya Dt 32 11 eaglet (suff. ref. to 1B*3). DTJ (cm< #> NH id., Eth. 7Hod; cf. Ar. £. [ = Aram. *J^] ; or possibly lii [=Aram. t DT2 n.m. Am «■ 9 locusts (coll.)— abs. DT3 Jo i 4 2 s5 Am 4 9 ; — always as devouring, devastating, Jo i 4 (|| nans, p^, !rpn), 2 25 (flttt); Am 4 ' alone : your gardens and your vineyards, and your fig-trees and your olive-trees DMn ?2N

  • 2*3 n.pr.m. head of a family of returned

exiles "'J *J? Ezr 2 48 =Ne 7". PU (/of foil., cf. Ar. pJL cut of, & Eth. 7"H0: saw m too). t[^n:] n.m. Jbu 8 stock, stem (NH id,, cf. Syr. )ji 1 a^jstem, trunk) — cstr. J?Ta Is 1 1 '; sf. SV]i Jb 14 8 , 0V)i Is 40 24 ; — stock, stem of a tree Jb 14 8 (II ^h fig- ^ ,3 'stein of Jesse' Is 1 i l (&p); '3 jnna ehW is 40 24 (|| jkm, jnr). t")Til vb. cut, divide (Ar. ~ZL, NH *i]3 ck<, determine, circumcise; Eth. 7H& Aram. "113, >5^J— Qal P/"»g Hb 3 17 ; %/1W Is 9 19 ; 2 ms. ipr? Jb 2 2 28 ; tip 2 K6 4 ; A act. 1.t> i^ 136 13 ; — 1. divide, cut in two, sq. ace. i K 3 s5 (DVJB^ '3) cf. v 26 (obj. not expressed). 2. divide the Red Sea (ace.) i/' 136 13 sq. D' 1 *)}??. 3. cut down D'SJJn 2 K 6 4 . 4. cm< o/"(piece of meat to eat, but obj. not expr. || bltt) Is9 19 . 5. cut off, i.e. destroy, exterminate Hb3 17 (c. ace; indef. subj.), sq. f? loc. 6. decree (Aramaism, cf. B Aram.) Jb 2 2 28 c. ace. Nipt. Pfi "i]33 2 Ch

21 Est 2', "rnt T j? La 3 24 , rija; ^ 88 6 ', unw 

Ez 37 11 Is 53 8 ; — i. be cut off, separated, ex- cluded from (fl?) temple 2 Ch 26 21 , from (fl?) Yahweh's hand ^88 6 (of the slain), from (f») the land of the living Is 53 s (of the suffering servant of '<). 2. be cut off— destroyed La 3 s4 Ez 37". 3. be decreed, Est 2 1 sq. ^5? against (cf. Qal 6). fi.[~rtj] n.[m.] part, only pi. D*")Tjn Gn 15 17 of halves of animals; fi'HTa f i 3 6 is of divided portions of Red Sea. fu. "1T2 n.pr.loc. (portion) Levitical city on border of Ephraim Jos 10 33 1 2 12 2 1 21 I K 9 16 1 Ch 6 62 7 s8 20 4 ; it3 Jos 16 310 Ju i 29 - 29 cf. 2 S 5 25

K 9 15 17 ; c. n_ loc. rntl i Ch 14 16 ;— cuneiform 

Gazri, Bez M1, "- A »«™« T "" BM '«; mod. Tell-Jezer, c. 1 8 m. N. of W. fr. Jerus., S. of the Jaffa road ; Gann in PEF JB7S - 78t : m6 ' « l c f. Bd p *' ". t^ta adj.gent. 2S27 8 Qr(Kf-njm)cf.Dr. trPTil n.f. separation— nni? p.?"^ Lv 1 6 s2 (P) unto a land of separation, of the goat for Azazel ; solitary land RV; 'cut off,' i.e. whence it would not readily find its way back VB. Tn*2 n.f. cutting, separation — rn}3 Ez 4i 12 +6t.; sf. Drnja La 4'; — 1. cutting, i.e. polishing (AVRV or carving, i.e. beauty of form, shape, cf. VB) tarrna "flip La 4 7 ; their polishing (or beauty of form) was as sapphire, 2. separation, rnjan Ez 4i»*mji 4a UHt ge _ parate place AV RV cf. Da; i.e. yard, or space adjoining temple on three sides. T Li I VKJlip J n.f. cutting instrument, axe —

S 1 2 31 of David's treatment of captives, QS'Jl 

hnan nVinpa . . . rnjaa. nn; v. sub K?a. 'TIS v. [n'3, nia]. nJ (prob.=Kw<£/«, owrn). tri^na n.f. E "' ,3 coal (cf. As. guhlu, a shining precious stone 1 C0T GI °" Zim BP46 )— abs. r)ri is 47"; sf. *6ro t s m 7 ; pi. ciria ^i8 9 +6t.; cstr. ^na Lv i6 12 +5 t. + f 18" (del. © De Che); sf. Vffl Is 44", n^na Ez 24"; —coal, pi. E*« '3 coai* tff jlr» Lv 16 12 ' (P), 2 S 22 13 =f 18 13 [also ty 18" cf. supr.] Ez 10 2 (in vision); cf. 2S22 9 = i^i8 9 JD41 13 , also Pr6- 8 Is44 19 ; insimile(ofstrife)Pr26 21 (opp.DnS6/acA coal); Ez i 13 t5*« ^n| (of the living creatures); □TO

i^»-j»-, [•-*>•»■ fig. of hope in posterity 2 S 1 4', of divine judgment, Dm 'i coals of broom-plant f no 1 , cf. 140 11 , also (negat.) Is 47" Ez 24"; of kind- ness to enemy Pr 25 s2 . DPI J (* c f- At. liJL kindle, burn. Tan2 n.pr.m. (flame?) Gn 22 s4 a son of Nahor, brother of Abraham, by HCTK"! his concubine. |nj (cf- Aram. 103, Nasar. ^^(Syr. ^i^ PS) curve, bend. T pnH n.m. belly, of reptiles (cf. perh. As. gihinnu, cord (from twisting?) Zim BP104 ) — ^n? Gn 3" (J) of the serpent, cf. flna Lv I if (P). "1)-[J! c *- -^- r> j^f retire, retreat, etc.) t ~in2 n.pr.m. head of a family of returned exiles Ezr 2" 'r!3=Ne 7 49 "»«Plf t«'3 n.m. ls40 ' 4 (f. ZcU4 ) valley— abs. K)? Nu 2 1 20 + 8 t. + 1 S 1 7 52 (cf. infr.), *>* 1 Ch 4 39 , K"a Zc 14 4 , K'3 Is 40 4 , 1 Dt 34 6 + 2 t'.; cstr. *! Is 22'+ 21 t.;' Jos i5 8 + 13 t.; pi. abs. riPHi Ez 31 12 36"+ 7 16 32 s (del. Co)+6 3 2 K 2 16 Qr (so Co Ez6 3 ; Kt niKM); sf. W^i Ez 3 5 8 ;— valley J os 8" (E) Mi i 6 i S 17 3 2 K2 16 (opp.nn) Is 40 4 (opp. ny33, in), Ez 6 3 35 s 36" (in all c. d»P»dk nijna, Dnn), 31' 2 (opp. nn), cf. 7 16 (del. BCo) 32 s ; specif., valley in Hoab, a station of Isr. Nu 2 1 20 (E); over against Beth-Peor Dt3 29 4 46 34 6 ; a valley near nil? iCh4 39 ; flfJ'>JM»2 u near Jerus. ; O^IX* 'j J s 28 u valley of fatness, fertility, the valley surrounding Samaria ; '3n "tye> 2Ch26 9 Ne2 1315 3 13 ; apocalyptic valley Zc 14 4 , made by cleaving Mt. of Olives, cf. dnn 'a v 5 - 5 ; valley of slaughter njinn 'i, a future name of valley of Hinnom Je7 32 19 s iSi7 52 («;a) ®rds. 03 cf.WeDr; Je2 23 ofvalley of Hinnom, v. infr.; fig. ^ 2 3 4 Tfxb? 'i cf. TWO 1 }*; Ez 39 11 nnajn '3, Co D , "!3J( n n.pr. cf. infr.; elsewhere in combination with n.pr.: — a. ?X _ nrisya Jos 19 1427 perh. = Jotapata Jos BJ " 1 - 7 ' 7 ; Rabbin. ttfinBU Reland p * 1816 ;— Tell Jefdt Rob BR "'- 107 . Guerin * 1 - 1 - 47 " cf. Bd p * 1243 . b. D'jfcjn "3 1 S 13 18 . c. n>Bn-'3 2 Ki 4 7 (Kt; Qrom.art.)iCh 18 12 2 Ch 25"=n^D-'3 2 S 8 13 i^6o 2 (title); S. of Dead Sea, in or bordering on Edom ; el-GMr jtobj.BH.iw d rchqn '3 iCh 4 ' 4 Nen s , appar. near Lod & Ono, NW. of Jerus., not far from the sea. e. *&$ nriBV '3 2 Ch 1 4 9 (1 rd. D3BS, (S) koto fioppav, to the north of M.) prob. near the great plain of Judah, W. of Jerus., toward the sea; Dnnjin '3 Ez 39 11 , E. of Dead Sea (Hi Sm), Co rds. B!$® % t. name to be changed to iiVjiBq '3 Ez'39" 15 . Most fre- quently g. roan 'a j os 15 8 18 14 Neii* Dan-p ^ Jos 15 8 18 16 2 K 23 10 Qr(Kt'n '33 '3) 2 Ch 2 8 3 33 6 Je 7 :,l:a 19 26 3 2 3S ; valley BW. & S. of Jerus. (Bob 81 " 1 - 2731 ), where incense was burned, and children were offered in sacrifice to ' Molech.' Others identify with the Tyropoeon valley, cf. Bg8.m.i.»s ; vid. further Dan, nan. T "TTPl, ■'TTO n.pr.m. (valley of vision 1) servant' of Elisha, *EJ1 2 K 4 1214!!5J7:9 » 5 2021 ; 'ID* 2 K 4 31 5 s5 8". rpj (-/of foil.; mng. dub.; 1 cf. An. gddu, bind, fitter, Jager BASIffl9 ') t-r^ n.m. - 32 - 33 sinew (NH id., Aram. KT? , ) LU^; cf. Ar. i-* nee*)— cstr.T? Gn 3 2 33 - 33 L548 4 ; pi. EFft Jb'io" Ez37«, DH3 Ez 3 7 8 ; cstr. 'TJ Jb 40 17 ; — sinew, in general of human body, || "tea, TOT, niDW, Jb 10" cf. Ez 37 e - 8 ; of thigh Gn32 33 (of beas^v 33 ; iron sinew, fig. of obstinacy, Is 48" netoa *jnJTC» ^Siy ^r>3 '31 ; of hippopot., nns 'i, i.e. of his loins, Jb 40". tPTif) 0^] vb - burst forth ( cf - m ZMG1883.638 . JJJJ {d> Aj . &m ^ ^ ^. ^^ ?rh; 6rea£ /orfA, of light, etc.) — Qui Impf. D'r Jb 40 23 , 2 ms. TOR! Ez 3 2 2 ; /mi>. fs. Till Mi 4 10 ; Inf. sf. irV3(3) Jb38 8 ; Pt. sf. ,r l!i ^ 22 10 (but cf. infr.); — 1. in trans, burst forth, of dash- ing river (a very Jordan) Jb 40 23 ; of sea fig. as babe from womb Jb 38 s , cf. 2. trans, a. draw forth from womb (subj. ) ^ 22 10 (where rd. 'na pt. fr. nia, or i-egard Tib a 8 metapl., as if fr. nn3* ? v. De & Che c^, '• n<,t<, ) cf. f 71'; also b. thrust forth, bring forth, fig. of travail, applied to Jerusalem in distress Mi4 ,0 (cf. Sta se99b Ko 1506 ); burst forth with rivers (fig. of Pharaoh under i mage of D'aR) Ez 3 2 2 , but for ynili-133 (rivers) rd. prob. 'prrt-iroa Jb 41™ (nostrils), i.e. snort with thy nostrils, so Ew Co; on fig. then cf. Jb4i"" 13 . Tn , 3 n.pr.loc. (fr. a spring i) near Gibeon in Benjamin 2 S 2 24 . tpn l, 2 n.pr.fl.(ce bursting forth) — 1. one of the rivers of Eden Gn 2 13 (on theories of iden- tity v. Coram. ; also Smith Dlct - B11 "« Schaff-Herzog Art.i;*» Spurre iiT 1 ».ofG, n .^te. jjjhwb^ 2 . spring of water near Jerusalem: fina 1 K i 33 - 38 - 45 , 'D'D fttyn filT3 2 Ch 32 30 , HS5 P n, ?l* 2 Ch 33 14 ;— there are two main theories as to locality : a. W. of Jerusalem, connected with Birket Ma- milla, and aqueduct into city Jtob BBI • 839 • S45 ' , • M wa

rta Survey '•"»">■» a l. ; b. E. of Jerusalem = Foun- tain of the Virgin, Furrer Sche "'" ,1Bl "- 46S B^Paira or Siloah water-system G u the zpv ^~ I88i! ' 3 *" lr ""trna v. sub K£. t[7' , il] vb.reaoicefNb 2 " 01888 - 557 ; cf. Ar. JU. go round or about, beexcitedto levity, etc.) — Qal Pf.lfy IS65 19 ; Impfb^, bw ^2i 2 + 4t. (f 21 2 Kt b**, Qr b.£ with retracted tone); bv, ban yjr 1 3 8 + 1 1 1., bw yjr 1 6 9 , nb"3K. H^JJ ^ 9 15 + 5 t., ^^i3 s +5t-, i^^8 9 17 , n3b3Pl^ 4 8 ls +2t.; bfr Pr 23 s4 ; Imv. & ^ 2" + 4t., ?♦? Is 4 9 ls + 2 t. ; — 1. rejoice, a. abs. ^ 1 3 6 5 1 10 Zc 9" ; || nDB>

  • i4 7 16 9 32" 48 12 5 3 7 96" 97 18 Pr 2 3 24 - 25 1 Ch

i6 31 Hbi 15 ; ||tnb',{r'B'Is35 1 65 18 . b.c.3f 149 2 Pr 2" 24" Is 9 2 ; D^Brva Is65 19 66 10 ; "]njnt5»3 ^9" 13 6 21 2 ; nvTaV'35 9 Is4i 16 Zcio 7 ; DTibsa Is 61 10 Hb 3 18 ; '» DB>3 ^89 17 ; b^OB" Bhnp3 Is 29 19 ; '3 ra'en h f 31 8 118 24 Ct i 4 Is 25 s Jo 2 23 ; •O 'nDfcl ^J Jo 2". c. with by Zp3 17 . Besides persons the subj. is 3? 1/T3 6 Pr 24 17 Zcio 7 ; B"S3 f 35 9 Is 6 1 10 , 1133 (=t?s3) ^ 16 9 , pa 1 Ch 16 31 ^ 96 11 97 1 Is 49 13 , naiy Is 35 12 . 2. tremble (cf. Ar. J5J) f 2" || nav (Thes Ew Hi Che, but © Hu De Pe AV EV rejoice), Ho io 5 || bx (Thes and most mod., but AV RV that rejoiced over it), possibly error for b^n Ew Gr Che. tl . 7""2 n.[m.] rejoicing— Jhtf i + 6t.,bl°3 Pr 23 54 ;sf.' , ? , 3x|,43 4 ; — rejoicingWs 13 ?™^; || nno'C ^45" Is 16 10 J6 48 33 Jo i 16 , »^J nno'B' ^ 4 3 4 , T 1 } btf nD'C jr^ad unto rejoicing Ho 9 1 Jb 3 s2 . tn. [ -*Il] n.[m.] circle, age, -Vtt D^bfl f» D3?33 of the youths which are of your age Dn I 10 fcf. Ar. J^». , Sam. bvi = Heb. -)U=y(v f a, Talm. v'J (3 one born at tlie same time, a contemporary). tr/pa n.f. rejoicing Is 65 18 , If® nb/3 Is 35 2 (nom. verbal, for Inf. abs. cf. De Di; cstr. before 1 Ges' 110 - 2 ; but rd. prob. nb/3) ; nb*3n read Is 9 2 for N'b %1 by Krochm Che RS Di. T H72 n.pr.loc. city in mountains of Judah Jos 1 5" '2 S iff 12 ; (on V cf. Dr 2 S15 12 .) t^jVa adj.gent. 2 S 15 12 , 2 3 34 =iChn 36 , where also rd. 'an (for MT '?%?). JW$V. sub fM. ~)V| (6oi7, fotf wp? cf. Aram. "M ware, NH id. foam ; Ar. ,11^. quicklime, also Aeatf in c/ies< from rage or hunger (Lane) ; admodum aestuans ace. to FlNHWB'- 4SSb ; but cf. infr.) T~)& n. [m.] chalk, lime (perh. Aram, loan- word cf. Frii 9 ; Aram, (also B Aram.) "1*3, )L>^; Ar.^». is loan-wd.Fra 1 ' "•)— "0 'J3K| naje Is 2 f. t[T»a] n.m. 2 Ch 2 16 v. 13 sub 1. 113. tttj-i Jb7 5 Kt, v. ^3. t|ttj , a n.pr.m. a descendant of Judah through Caleb 1 Ch 2 47 . |, 72, 'rj v. sub ^a. ^ 7J ( = shear, shave, As. [aaM&rt] Hpt SFG ; Aram. 3^3 «., 3^3 razor; cf. Uk^2 S20 8 v.PS). t [l 1 ?!] n. [m.] barber (Ph. 3^3 CIS '• » ff )— Ez 5 1 Dubjn -ijb. ti'iUv'S n.pr.loc. G-ilboa' (derivation un- known), mountain-ridge at S.E. end of plain of Jezreel, where Saul & Jonathan were killed ; usually c. art. '*? in 1S31 18 2 Si 6 ; Jkjaa nn 2 S i 21 (David's lament); '33 alone 1 S 28 4 2 S 2 1 12 ; without art. pb? in t Ch io 1 - 8 (|| 1 S 3 1 1 - 8 supr.);— mod. JebelFuM'a Bd™ 244 . "?aV?. W?*. J - ^?? v. sub &. "7 7 } ( /of foil. mng. dub. perh. c f. Eth. 7rt.fi: obducere, inducere ; Ar. iL». scourgeY t[l^2] n.m. skin (Ar. xL, Aram. K^|, ){v>J of man Jb i6 ls »^ ^ 'Plisn pfe*. M/3 vb. uncover, remove (NH id., T T ]89 cf. Ar.Lbe or become clear, uncovered; display, reveal, declare; go forth, emigrate; cf. Eth. 7rt«D: obducere, velare, & 11. 7rt?: in deriv. (rare) Di 1141 ; Aram. t6i, ^reveal)— Qal 61 Pf '3 etc. 1 S 4 2l + (18 t. in all); Impf. .% 1 S 20 2 + 5 t., bv 2 K 1 7 a + 3 t., also juss. bf_ Jb 20 28 36" ; 3 mpl. wJJ Am 6 7 ; 7»mj. ms. n?3 Ez 12 3 ; 7w/ a6s. ^3 Am 5 s + 2 t., c«<r. nib? Ju 18 30 Je i 3 ; A. n^ia 2 K 24", nbh i s 22 8 + 3t., f. nbis Is 49 21 ; pass. ^3 Est 3 14 +2t., cstr. "^3 Nu 24 416 ; — 1. J]K nP3 uncover the ear of one, i.e. reveal to him 1 S 9 15 20 21213 22 8817 2 S f I Ch 17 26 Ru 4 4 Jb 33 16 36 1016 ; fWS 'ibji Mncouered of eyes, having the eyes open NV124 416 ; 11D n?i reveal a secret Am 3 7 Pr 20 19 ; , 1?3n i/ig revealed opp. Mnnn Je 32"; ? ^vj! disclosed, publislied Est3 14 8 13 . 2. intr. remove, depart, MfcfO nb: n?a

rhi }*1Xn the mirth of the land is departed Is 2 4 11 ; ?J' 1JV3 713' <^« increase of his house shall depart Jb2<j 28 ; "VXn r6i Pr 27 s5 . 3. g-o into exile Ju 18 30 2 K 17 23 25 21 Is5 13 Je i 3 52" Ez 12 3 39* Am I s 5 6 6 7 7" l 17 Mi i 18 La i 3 ; 1133 rfa 1 8 4 21 - 22 Ho io 5 ; pt. "Ji «« «aafo 2 S 15 19 2 K 24 14 Is 49 21 Am 6 7 . Niph. P/. n^M 1 S 3 21 + 9 t., "?!??? Is53', ^ iSj", ^3? Gn 3 5 7 +2t., V$l 1S14 8 ; imp/ nfcp, T)iFi iS 3 ! + 4 i, bm Jm 47 3 , Wj! 2 S 22 16 + 2 t.; 7»m;. ^an Is 49'; Tnf. abs. rfejj 1 S 2 27 ; cstr. rib)3 2 S6 20 , ni^sn 2 S 6 M + 2 t.'; Pt. pi. r63J Dt 29 s8 ;— 1. refl. a. uncover oneself {ones nakedness) 2 S 6 20 . 1). oi's- cover or s/teto oneself Is 49', ?** 1 S 14 8 ".' c. reveal himself '(of God), ^K Gn 3 5 7 (E) 1S2 27 3 21 , "■JTNa Is 22 14 . 2. pass. a. be uncovered (one's nakedness), fflOP Ex20 M (E) IS47 3 Ezi6 M 23 s9 , Dvlt? Je 1 3 s2 . b. oe disclosed, discovered, founda- tions 2 S 22 16 (=^ 18 18 ) Ez 13 14 ; gates of death Jb38 17 , pv Ho 7 1 , yB>B Ez 21 29 , nyi Pr 2 6 26 Ez 1 6 57 . c. be revealed *■ "1133 Is 40 5 , JffM Is 53 1 , '1 13T 1 S 3 7 , npnx IS56 1 ; with S> I823 1 Dn io 1 , TlPJjin </(« things revealed Dt 29 s *. 3. 6e removed, 'aD HpJSl yD3 1 "in my habitation is plucked up and removed from me Is 38 12 .

  • i- 56 Pf-

rhi LV20 1 ', rvpa is 57 s , wk Je 33 8 ; 7»»p/. rt^ Dt 23 1 , b:n Pr 25'; Imv. hi V "9 18 , 'h Is 47 2 '; Inf. nfe'Lv 18 6 ; 7»f. nfojB Jb I2 22 ;— 1. uncover, a. nakedness {pit ■=■ contract marriage, IlSLag 01 " 882 - 406 ' JFhUM ) Lv 18 6 -" 20 11 - 21 (H 2 3 t.) Ez 22 10 ; cf. V3K U3 Dt 23 1 27 20 ; of exposure, as a reproach, Ez 16 37 23 10 , cf. n^33 Ho 2", D^lt? Na 3 s ; immodesty Ez 23 18 , rWl "llpD Lv 2o' 8 (H), fi'mam Ez 23 18 ; 'a alone Is 57 s (all subj. fern.) b. in gen. : feet Ru 3" leg Is 47 2 , vail v 2 (i.e. remove it) cf. 22 s , '3B ien3i> Jb 41 5 , eyes Nu 22 31 (E) ^ 119 18 (open them fo as to see). 2. disclose, discover, lay bare, secret places Je49 10 , deep places J b 12 22 , foundations Mi I 6 , blood Is 26 21 , iniquity Jb 20 27 , secret Pr n 13 25', a wanderer (betray) Is 16 3 . 3. make known, shew, reveal, «>K 3*1 make known a cause unto Je 1 1 20 20 12 ; with p Jb 33 6 ; W? ^np*13f n?i shew his righteousness in tlie eyes of ^ 98 s ; with fcjf; J1JJ », nSDn ^>y make known concerning, iniquity, sin La 2 14 4 22 . Pu. Pf. nnpa be uncovered Na 2 s ; Pt. nym rinpin open rebuke Pr 27 s . Hiph. Pf. rbm 2 K 17" + , r£jn 3 k 24 14 , D^n r Ch 8 7 , D^n J e 20 4 ; /t»p/. i^j 2 K i7 6 + 3 t.; A ^?>i 2 K 16 9 , D.?3>1 2 K 15 s , 1 Ch s 26 , 0W£ 1 Ch 8 6 : 7n/. nfcfn i Ch 5 4, + 5 t., inta? Je

7 "; — carry away into exile, take into exile 2 K 

15 29 16 9 I7 "-"-*.«.».» l8 » 24 14 "25" lCh 5 8M41 8" 2 Ch 36 20 Ezr 2 1 Ne7« Est2« Je 20 4 22 12 24' 27 M 29 1 - 4 ' 7 " 39' 43 3 S^' 28 ' 25 - 30 La 4 B Ez 39* Am i 6 5*. Hoph. P/ nban Est 2'; f. nnpan Est 2*, ^3H r Ch 9 1 Je 40 7 , rfan J e i 3 '»» (Ges ,76 ' E - 1 ); >«. pass. £P?30 Je^o' carried into exile. Hithp. 1. Impf. ??JV1 was uncovered (naked) Gn 9 21 . 2. 7n/. 13? nibnria </««: Af g A«ort «iay reveal itself 'Pr 18 2 . t n?ia <a n.f. exiles, exile— (cf. Ar. JU. one emigrating, ilJLL a company of exiles) — Je 28 6 + 38 1, nbj Is 49 2 ' 1 Ch 5 s2 Est 2 6 Na 3 10 ; — 1. coll. exiles, Est 2 8 Je 29 1 Ez i 1 3 1US 1 1 2425 Na3 10 ; r 6w i fr j Je28 6 2 9 4M - 31 ,ni31JnSnpEzrio 8 . 2. abstract, «a;*,Ezr6 21 9 4 1 o 8 Zc 6 10 ; n*P133 "J^n </o m(o ea;t7e Je 48 11 49 3 Ez 12" 25 s Am i ls ; 'a Ny Je 29 16 48 7 Zc 14 2 ; nhj T^in carry mio ean'fe 2 K 24 15 , '} KUH 2 K 24 18 , '} tosin Ez 12 4 , 'j Wjn Ezr 1"; r6lj ^3 equipment for exile Je46 19 Ez I2 34 - 7 ; n^H 1JJ until the exile 1 Ch s 22 ; rfowi '33 «a;t7e* Ezr 4 1 6 1920 8 s5 io 718 ; n?13n <3B> captivity of the exile Ezr 2 1 Ne 7*. tiTI73i n.f. exile— Is 20* + 9t.; rta Ob 2020 ; sf. "trbi Is 45 1S , «^S| Ez 33 21 4 o T (Qames unchangeable); — 1. abs. exile, 2 K. 25 s7 Je 52 31 Ez i 3 33 21 4 o> Am i 8 - 9 Ob 2020 . 2. coll. exiles, tro nwi is 20 4 , rmrp m^a Je 24 s 28 4 29 s2 40 1 , ^?B' , 'Tll^ he shall let my exiles (Yahweh's) go free Is 45 13 ; vid. Lag- 4 "" 8 "" 1 (445 . t ]T 92 n.m. table, tablet (Talm. fV^a, the empty margin of page or roll, vid. Lag GN 1881, 403 - ctBIU99 )— V^ 3h31 Slj fV T ^a ^-np. to >fce «/<e« a preai tablet and write upon it Is 8 1 ; pi. D'i'pan tablets ofpolislied metal, mirrors Is 3 ffl X 93 Ges Che Di De; but transparent garments, gauzes, © Ew (cf. Ar. ipJLfine garment). T JT72 n.pr .111. (conspicuous 1 ] On ending n cf. Dr 1 S17 4 & No in Eut N * b,s ) (n^3 1 Ch 2 o 5 ) Philistine giant slain by David 1 S I7 4 ' 23 21 10 22 10 , but ace. to 2S21" slain by E Human of Bethlehem (VM ^i ; ace. to 1 Ch 20 6 El- hanan slew 'Onp brother of Goliath). T "• yT n.pr .m. (led into exile ?) chief of tribe of Dan Nu 34 s2 . H72 n.pr.loc. v. sub Ti. n?ii v. sub bbi. nVa t[Il73] vb.be bald (Ar. ILi); Pi. shave, shave off (so NH, Aram.) — Pf. nj31 consec. Lv 1 4 s +2 t.; sf. inp31 consec. 2 8 14 s "; 3 fs. 'in?31 consec. Dt 21 12 ; Impf. nb> Lv 14 9 Is 7 20 , $ 3 -= Lvi 3 1B +2t., ife* Gn 4 i" 2S10 4 ; sf. (3 ms.) wjfc, Dn^i 1 ch i 9 4 ; 3 fs. n^-ni j u 16 19 ; 3 mpLV^'Lrti* Ez 44 20 ; Inf. sf. of subj. taps 2 S 1 4 26 ;— 1. shave, obj. the head, E>N1 Nu6"-»(P) Dt2i ls (hair as containing im- purity, cf. RS 8 " 1 "- 407 ), 2 Si4 Ma,ctM EZ44 20 ; Lv 13 s3 (P), obj. pnan ; bj. persons I Ch 19 4 . 2. s/wve ojf, the hair T#? Lv 1 4 9 "(P) cf. Ju 1 6 19 ; thebeaidJP T JLv2i 6 (H)2Sio 4 . 3. fig.ofdevas- tation by Assyrians Is 7 20 (obj. efcfVI, D^jnn ny*E> and fljjn). 4. intrans. Ae «/tavee2 (himself) Gn 4 i»(E). Pu.P/. nJM _Jui6»Vl?l$3 Jui6 17 ; Pt. cstr. 'nbp J e 4 i 6 ;_J« sAa^m, su bj.

a'hi pers. (of Samson) Ju i6 17s ra »n»B j.. °. Hithp. P/ n^rim consec. Lvi3 33 ; Inf. sf. to^nn Nu 6 10 ;— shave oneself Lv 13 33 ; c. ace. njrnVf Nu 6" (both P). I- 77 J ( J4 ^ e 9 reat i n rank or dignity (often of God)). fl. L '/?] n.[m.] account, only in cstr. st. with 3, 7?33 on account of, for the sake of (Jii. a great and momentous matter; eUli ^. on thy account ; cf. ^ 7733 (D because that in Palestinian S, as 1// 4', and ^^ in Jerus. Syriae PS"') Gn 39 s '•> blessed the house of the Egyptian fW 7^33 on account of Joseph, Dt 15 10 i8» 1 K 14" Je 11" 15 4 ; with sf. *J7733 Gnso 27 ; ^733 12 13 ; D3i>_733 Dt I 37 Mi 3 12 . fll. [773] vb. roll, roll away (NH id., & deriv.; Aram. Pa.^, Palp. 7.!>3 roll, Ithpalp. reflex., & deriv.; cf.^4»Ethp.,Ethpalp. (v. PS), V^.roiia, pj^fluctus, etc.)— Qal Pf. 1 s. ♦p*! Jos 5 9 , l^Jl consec. Gn 2 9 3 - 8 ; /ww. 73 + 22 9 (MT De ; but ® Bi Che rd. 73 3 ms. pf., so AV RVm) Pr 1 6 3 , 713 + 3 ? » f 73 1 1 9 » (but rd'. ?jEw Hi Ri Gr Che), 173 Jos io ,s 1 S 14 33 ; P*. 7?3 P,- 26 s7 ;— roll a stone Pr 26 s7 ; roll away stone from upon (7J«?) the mouth of a well Gn 29"; roll stones unto (7K) the mouth of a cave Jos 10"; stone unto (7K) Saul, at which to slay beasts 1 S 14 s3 ; fig. reproach from upon (7JW) the people Jos 5 9 (subj. *■), cf. V' 1 19 22 (sq. 7JJD) ; but also 1J1TI " l "75 ^1 «// 37 5 , cf. 22" Pr 16 3 (both fq. "??). Niph. P/ 17331 consec. Is 34*; Impf. ?3?1 (juss.) Am 5**;— roll, roll up or along (in- trans.), D^tPn "IBM 17331 Is 34 4 and <A« heavens shall roll up like a book; Bfjft? tHSJ 73? Am 5 s4 let judgment roll a1ong(Row down) as «Ae waters.

  • ilp- f/ T9^lJ^l consec. Je 51 26 and I will

roll tliee down from (ft?) the rocks (subj. '>; obj. Babylon under fig. of mt.) Po'al Pt. nbt?'B> 0*97? "$*» Is 9 < garment rolled (dabbled, rolled over and over) in blood. Hitbpo. Inf. 7.^r6 Gn 43V Pt. bblm 2 S 20 12 ; roll oneself over and over, 0^3 '3HO Mfe-f] 2 S 20 12 «<w Amasa was wallowing in his blood; fig. Gn 43 18 wby 'jnni) « roll himself upon us, i.e. assail us with overwhelming force (|| 7B3Tir6l I^V). Hitbpalp. Pf. &£im Jb 30 14 (abs.; II <$!£ 3 Cn n??) cf. Hithpo. Gn 43 8 . Hipb. Irnpf. 73J1 Gn 29";— roll away stone from upon (?y?) mouth of well; as Qal (which it really is, Impf. in i, ace. to Ba ZMG1888 ' 178 ). t ?|j n.m. Gn31 ' 48 heap, wave, billow (as rolled together, rolling, rolling up), also spring, MT Ct 4 12 cf. 3 infr.— abs. 73 Jb 8 ,7 + 5 t. (incl. JlD Gn 31 48 + ); !» Gn 31 48 ; 3 MJ Gn 3 i«; bfi Is. 25 s ; cstr. "73 Jos 7 26 + 2 1. + Gn 31 4748 q. v . infr.; pi. D^3 2 K 19^+6 t,; cstr. "*J| Is 48 18 ; sf. vk f 89 10 + 6 t. ; nn^i f 6 5 8 + 2 t.;— . /j«op of stones, a. D'jaN 'j raised (D'pn) over dead body Jos 7 26 8 29 ; cf. 2 S 18 17 (c. 3'xn). b. 73 alone Jb8 17 (roots wrapped about it). C. heap or pile made (ntyy) for use in ratifying compact of Jacob with Laban Gnsi 46 - 46 - 48 - 6163 -

cf. also "ty.73 n.pr. d. heap of ruins Is 2 5=; 

elsewhere pi. Ho 12 12 2 K <f-=Y& ^ Jb 15 s8 Jer. 9 10 51 37 . 2. waves {rollers) poet., only pi., waves of sea Je 5 K 31 s5 Is 51 16 Jb38" ^65"

10 107 2529 ; cf. also in simile Ez 2 6 3 Is 48 18 

( D 'f?" , .?3); fig. of chastisements from ^ 42 s (|| D^D) Jon 2 3 (|| id.); of army of Babylon's conqueror Je5i 4255 ; cf. Zcio"(VB; but Bev mniiL. prop 0,1,35 cf Ez 2f y 3 vri ^ ct " Dinn ?;yp bivj '73 nb ^ninx 7iy: n a garden barred (is) my sister, bride, a spring barred, a fountain sealed ; but |3 for 73 @ @ Sg. TCpa n.pr.loc. (heaps); — place N. of Jerus. 1 S 25"; personified as '3TB I s I0 a> (^ y^rs 165 737:1 T~T2r?3 n.pr.loc. (ivitness-pile) name of — 'a Ez 47 s 2K 15 s *; pi. cstr. ni>i>3 J0B13 2 pile of stones erected by Jacob and his com- pany (Kit G<, " ch - m ; by Laban We Di) Gnai 47 - 48 (v. 73 1 c) appar. intended to explain "IVp? q.v. ; Di conj. also (as name of altar) Jos 22 s4 (cf. ©). I [73] n.[m.] dung (ball of dung, Ar. 1L. etc., dung of camels etc., cf. Aram. N?3; on form v. Ew 52Ksb 01* m I63 )— sf. tyi Jb 20 7 , pi. cstr. DIKH (flKJf) £a Ez 4 1215 ;— human dung used as* fuel Ez 4 1215 'bnsn (nt«) '3; perh. also Jb 20 7 , but cf. Di, who thinks no ref. to fuel, & De who thinks of cattle-dung ; (v. on Ar. word Wetzst in De). — See also 11. /?$. , rta v. % + nVa n.f. basin, bowl— 'a Zc 4 3 + v 2 cf. infr.; cstr. rh Ec 12 6 ; pi. abs. ffea Jos 15 1919 + 2 1.; nr 2 Ch 4 12 ; cstr. n^>3 (Tfr) 1 k 7 41 ('an Th, so II 2 Ch 4 12 cf. Be), v 41 + 3 t.;— 1. basin {pool, welll) D^O '3 Jos I5 19 = Ju I 15 ; om. 'd Jos i5 1919 =.Jui 1515 (prob. old n.pr.loc, cf. Di). 2. bowl, a. of lamp, i.e. oil-receptacle Zc 4 3 , also v 2 , where MT i^3 as if fr. [73]; rd. f^a Brd Ges !9i.i.B2.. (> Hi . gt Bg^b De on ^ 2?6 Sta SS47c , who think rl^3 = Pinb) ;_so also Ec

6 3njn n?a. b. of bowl- or globe-shaped 

portion of capitals of the two pillars in temple lK7 4i.4i.42_ 3Ch4 .2.i 2 .«  tn. 7*73 n.[m.] dung (Ar. ik), 'an ! K 1 4 10 .— See also (73]. tin. 773 n.pr.m. of two Levites; — 1. iCh9 16 . 2. iCh 9 ,6 Neii 17 . T "• 773 n.pr.m. a Levitical musician Ne 1 2 s6 . +1. [7^73] adj . turning, folding ( = revolv- ing), pi. Dyv? of leaves of doors 1 K 6 s4-34 . tn. 7^3 n.m. cylinder, rod, circuit, dis- trict; — 1. cylinder, rod, only pi. cstr. yy3 "19? Est i 6 of support of rich hangings (|| 'H'By vv); & c^anns d^bo ant tybi Cts 14 , sim. of (? fingers of) hands: cylinders of gold set with topaz. 2. circuit, district, on northern bolder of Israel, in Naphtali (v. infr.), popu- lation largely heathen (NH id. Aram. *Vy3, JL^)— D^3n W3IS8 23 ; elsewhere=n.pr.loc. always c. art. Jos'20 7 21 32 1 Ch6 61 all '33 BHf> ; 'an fa r K 9 11 , so also © Jos i2 a (cf. Di) for '??? q- v. — See also np'pa ad fin. J04 4 ; — belonging to a people nvy3";>3 b'n^ysn Jos 13 2 cf. Jo 4 4 (rv^B 'a bb)- so Hl?b / aJo8 22 10U acc. to some, but v. foil.; abs. Ez 47 8 naiD-|i?n '»n ; as n.pr.loo. 2 K 15 29 Ga- lilee, © Tatma (|| yTIM jn.K b'3) cf. II. 77|. t ni7" , 73 n.pr.loc. (strictly pi. of foreg. ; prob. = circles of ttones, 9} tumuli, cf. Di) 1. Jos 18 17 (cf. 73?3n 15 7 ), place on border be- tween Benj. & Judah. 2. locality described as follows : a. JS>33 psa iste fl-)>n "3-;K J os

10 unto Geliloth (= </*e circles) of Jordan 

which is in tlie land of Canaan ; (© TaXyaXa, @L TahiKve). b. mfyfa fya? jn« ^d-^s »f{£ V.3 "i^jr^K RP^J v' 1 in front of the land of Canaan, in Geliloth of Jordan, beyond the sons of Israel (@ I'aXaaS, ©L om.) v. Di ; yet cf. Dr 1 "" 106 ^ Others render 'j here circuit of Jordan = JTKi 133 ; districts VB, cf. flWa. t[7173] n.m. """•"only pi. idols (=logs, blocks, shapeless things Ges Baud """•••; Ew doll-images > dungy things Sm Ez 6 4 SS after Kabb.)— D^3 Ez 2 2 3 + 3 t. + Ez 30" (del B Co); D^3 iKi5 ,2 +2t.; cstr. ^>3 Ez 8"> + 6 t. ; Tff&l Ez 2 2 4 ; f Jnfrj 2 K 2 1 ll + 4 t. ; ttfyk Jeso 2 ; D3VLv26 30 -|-7t.; f? , ^Ez23 49 ; Dnv Ez 6 9 + I4t. + Ez 6 6 (del BA al Co); f"V Ez 2 3 37 ;— -idols (39 t. Ez);— 1 K 15 12 2 K i7 ,2 -2i 21 Ez 6 5 (del Co) v 9 6 13 13 14 46 18 616 20 18 - 24 - 39 2 3 37 - 39 - 4 ' 33 25 44' 012 ; II D^W Dt 29" 2 K 2 3 24 (|| also D'Efin), Ez 20 718 (both c. vb. NOB) v 8 37*, cf. also 8 10 (Y&, but D'tfpB' appar. © a ■I^niajrtn), & 1 k 2 1 26 (where vb. ayn); II niNDC Ez 36 25 ; II iaig ^Bb? Ez i 4 3 - 4 - 7 ; || D^R| Je 5o 2 ^ || D^^N Ez 30 13 (Co D^N; cf. also supr.); || [00 Ez 6 4 - 6 "Lv 26 30 (cf. infr.); | tffflfi 2 K 23 s4 (supr.); in phr. '^33 NBO etc. Ez 20 71831 2 2 34 23 ?.3o 36 i8 ^ deI Co ) ; '/^ a !,^nri Ez 20 39 ;— note especially the expression ,: )33"7y D? , "I39 'Rnjl D3 , W3 Lv 26 30 and 7 will lay your carcases upon the carcases of your idols. t7572 n.m. Ec116 wheel, whirl, whirlwind (on format, cf. Ba* 8204 )— abs. 'a Ez io 2 + 7 t.; W» ^83"; pl.c. sf. V^>3 Is 5 a Je 4 7 s ;— 1. wheel, a. of war-chariot Is 5 s8 Je 47 s , also coll. Ez 23 24 26 10 ; perh. also in Ezekiel's vision Ez 1 o 2 - 613 (cf. wheelwork) but cf. infr. b. for dra w- t n7" , 73 n.f. circuit, boundary, territory | ing water Ec 1 2 6 . 2. a. whirl (of dust or &fa

~vhi chaff) V' 83" Is 1 7", aim. of foes put to flight by God. b. perh. uhirling of wheels Ez io M " Sm RV, but cf. supr. c. whirlwind ty 77 19 . fi. [7372] n.[m.] wheel (on format, cf. Ba 1 ™ 20 *) of cart, irtajJ tyl Is 28 s8 . tn. ?3;3 n.pr.loc. (= (sacred) circle of stones ; cf. Di on Jos 5', where word-play on roll away, off) — c.art.exc. Joss 9 ^ 23 ; — 1. place E. of Jericho, where Isr. lay encamped J0S4 1920 5 910 9 8 io 7 - 9 14 6 cf. also Mi 6 s & Ju 3 19 D^'pBn 'arms -iBfc; ^mod. TellJeljul Bd r * 1169 ; perk also the place where sacrifices were offered 1 S io 8 j jH.1S.15 ^4.7.8.12.15 (J,, y 15 J ng> a ]g c _ Q^Jjgj. WO rds, Dr cf. We) 15 12 ' 2133 ; place of illicit sacrifice Ho 4" 9 1S 1 2" Am 4* 5 65 , named also Ju 2 1 1 S 7 16 2 S io 16 - 41 ; ? = b&in rv? Ne 12 29 . 2. place on border between Judah & Benjamin Jos i5«(=niWa i8 17 cf.Di). 3. place in N. Isr., dwelling of prophets 2 K 2 1 4 38 , mod. Jiljilie S. from Nabulus, SW. from SeiMn (Shiloh) cf. Di BJHWBsis. 4. place in N. Isr. near Mt. Gerizim and Mt. Ebal Dt 1 i 30 , identif. with 3 by Ke Ri ewbou g c henkel BL SS; but cf. Di. 5. in phr. blty Dfi fffi Jos 1 2™, in list of Canaanitish kings ; prob. name of a (northern) district cf. Di (B PacriXta Tccl ttjs Takikalas — but ©L & Codd. Toei/ji rijs TtXyfX) ; Di comp. Is. 8 s3 . Tn 737? n -*- skull, head, poll (person) (on format, cf. Ba NB!M ; Aram. Krtabu)— abs. 'J 2 K 9 M + 3 t. ; sf. WJ«!» Ju 9 M 1 Ch io 10 ; pi. sf. Brp^i Nu i 2 + 5 t.; — 1. skull, as broken by a stone Ju 9 s3 ; as severed from body 2 K 9 s5 1 Ch io 10 . 2. head, poll (in counting, taxing, etc. ; only P and late) '»? "i»5> Ex 16" an omer for every man; cf. 38 s6 Nu i 2 - 18 - 20 - 22 3 47 1 Ch 2 3 s ". TnySP n.f. roll (writing, book; late) — 'o Je 36 s8 + 16 1.; cstr. Tl5>JD ^40"+ 3 t.; — roll of writing, book ISCm^D Je 36 s - 4 Ez 2 9 + 40 9 ; 'd alone Je 36 iM-to^-maW*** Ez gi.s.3 Ze$ x ' l~ 7^ J vb. wrap up, fold, fold together (NH id., Aram, in deriv.) — Qal Irnpf. D?3»l 2K 2 8 d!w in-nK-ns w^j ngj. ' |_D v? 2 J n. [m.] wrapping, garment (Aram . MO'i'a, 1 «1= Pers. pj/acc. to Fl ChWB'- ,4 » SFra LOPh - l(I88!M)4!0 ), rtan "ybiZ Ez 2 7 24 . t [072] n.[m."J embryo (NH D^ia, Aram. KoMa, unfinished vessel), T?? *1 ^ V' 'Sp" mine imperfect substance (RV) rfirf </ime eyes se«.

1^372 adj. hard, barren (NH id. lonely 

NHWB; Ar. ijii rock, il^ii «<<my (of land); Aram. ry(D% cf.Ba NB2oe )— 'j Jb 3 7 + 2 t. Jb; f. '"'"l^Dpa IS49 21 ; — hard, barren, unproductive, mostly fig.: Jb 15 34 of company of wicked men, where prob. a subst. v. De Di; Jb 30 3 through want and famine (they are) stiff {lifeless ; RV gaunt); of exiled Zion as bereaved and barren woman Is 49 21 ; so of night of Job's birth Jb 3 7 . t[jta ] vb. expose, lay bare (NH Pi. dis- close, make known; cf. Ar. iii (Frey) a. exuit (vestem), removit (praeputium); fJii. nuda fait (femina) ; b. iXL patuit (os) labiis non te- gentibus denies ; impudicafuit (mulier); comp. also Syr. <*X^ circumcise (in Lexx.) ; Eth. 7A0: cortex, crusta, testa; Gr Mo "* tMOh - 1884 ' 2 "-; Schult Thes De Pr 17 14 Fl in De, Now Str & most der. Heb. mng. from Ar. b; shew the teeth, then snarl, quarrel (cf. Ar. conj. in), but v. Gr ,c )— only Hitbp. Pf. vWl Pr 17"; Impf. J??an) Pr 18 1 20 3 ; — disclose oneself, break out, Pri7 14 subj. y~l; break or burst out in con- tention, strife Pr. 20 3 subj. ^IK'PS; similarly 18 1 (sq. 3 against; Gr lc - prop. 1$) or vfy.). "Mb* v. sub II. %, t ly ?2 a.prJoc. of mountain-range or hill- country, land & city, E. of Jordan (cf. Ar. jjili. durus, fortis Frey, so Thes; Hi o^" 1 "- 26 comp. same v used of camel (jL£1»- camelus robustus acfirmus, cf. Hom NS144 ), whence camel hump, orig. name of mt.) — 'j Gn 37 2S + 79 t. (mostly as n.pr.m. and in combin. with other n.pr. loc. cf. infr.); 1WJ Gn 3i 2l + 50 1. (so usually as name of mt. and land); .Tl^a NU32 39 1 Ch 27 31 ; n "7V- -^ 2 S 24 s ; — Gilead, used of territory be- tween the Arnon and the Jabbok, mod. Belka; also of that between the Jabbok and the Jar- muk, mod. Jebel AjMn; also of the entire E.- Jordan land occupied by Israel, including both the parts just named(cf. Di Gn3i M Stu Juio 4 ; Bd p " 178 ; also L. Oliphant 1 """" 011 "" 1880 );— 1. territory S. of Jabbok, a. 'an fft Nu 3 2 M (P), '5 rM? v 1 (JE), both connected with Reuben and Gad; so 'an in 'sn Dt 3 ,!! ; '3 H? also i Ch 5 9 (of Reuben); i K4" (of Sihon and Og); cf. 'S, "I? H? 1 S 1 3 7 ; further, b. in alone, Ju io 17 (or possibly here name of city 1), 1 1 s9 (prob.); -ryhz

also i Ch 5 10 (of Reuben) v 16 (of Gad); cf. T n PSC 15/] 'ITJ Jos 12 2 (of Sihon), so v 6 (both D)'; 0. similarly '3 alone (without art.) in poet. >jV6o 9 (|| Manasseh) = 108 9 ; but also in prose in phrases '3 *%> Ju io 18 , '3 '#» v 18 n 8 , '3 '3P! Ju n"- 8 - 9 ")", 'i HiOK Ju i2 4 - 4 - 5 '; cf. also d. nV 'an Nu 32 s6 (JE; of Reuben and Gad); so of Jephthah's burial-place Ju 12 7 ; even T!?"-'? 'an Jos 13 25 (P; of Gad); besides these, of par- ticular cities, esp. '33 nbtq Dt 4 43 (of Gad); cf. '53 nton Jos 20 8 (P), 1 Ch 6 B (of Gad), and '53 |*rt Jos 2 1 38 (P); usually '3 nfcn iK 4 1!

5.4.6.12.15.20.29_ 2 Q n j gS.3.5.11.14.18.28 . 2 R g28 ^.4.14 
Ch 2 2 s ; also '3 nasi? Ju 1 i 29 - 29 ; further '3 "X*Sf- 

i Ch 26". 2. Northern Gilead, a. 'an }*Yk Jos i7 6 - 6 (JE; of Manasseh) cf. Ju io 4 1 Ch 2 22 (both of Jair); 'an "VJ Gn3i sla:s (E); prob. also '3 in (no art.) Ct 4 1 (cf. 6 5 infr.). b. 'an aloneNu 3 2 40 (JE; of Machir) Jos i7'(JE; id.) cf. 13" (D) Dt2 M iK 4 13 (of Jair) ; Dt 3 1516 (boundary of Reuben and Gad); prob. also Ct 6 5 (cf. 4 ' supr.); cf. 'an "W Dt 3 13 ; & '3? ?q Jos 1 3 31 (P ; of Machir) ; nf? ??n 2 S 2 4 6 (prob.) ; cf. also C. 'l (no art.) prob. Je 8 M 46" (in both ref.to ^V balm, prob. from the wooded Northern Gilead); similarly 22"; and n"$>3 1CI127 21 , also Nu 32™ (JE; of Machir). d. in combina- tion '3 W$ (city) Ju 2 1 89101214 1 S 1 1 19 (|| t5*3> alone) 3i u (|| W.)=iChlo" 2 S2 45 2i 12 ; perh. also '3 H&fc(p) 1 K 1 7 1 (emend., after ® , Ew Th al. see VB); — cf. further sub 6. n.pr.m. infr. — Ju 7 3 'W "lilD "133M and let him depart from Mt. Gilead, appar. belongs here, but i&pan inn is read by Cler Hi Gr Ke Be; against this cf. Stu Bu" 8112 . 3. more generally, of all Gilead, a. 'an f% Jos 22 9131 " 2 (P; of Reuben, Gad and Manasseh; opp. land of Canaan); cf. 2 S 1 7 M ; so 'an pK'^l 2 K 1 o 33 . b. '3 H? (no art.) Zc io 10 ; cf. '31 D^S? in J e 50 19 (|| Carmel and Bashan); '3 alone, also Qntf'*; likewise Mi 7 14 (|| Carmel & Bashan, reference to ferti- lity), c. 'an alone, of Isr. territ. in gen. E. of Jordan, Ju 1 o 8 ; cf. 2 S 2 9 2 K 1 o 33 (of Keuben, Gad and Manasseh); '3rri>3Dt3 10 ; H? n "^?" n ? 'arrnK Dt34'; 'an also in general sense Ez 47 18 2 K 1 s 29 (t) Ob 19 . 4. '3, name of a city H06 8 (& Ju io 17 ? cf. 1 a. supr.);— on the ruined cities JiVdd, JiTaud on the Jebel JiFdd, N. of Es-Salt, and S. of Jabbok v. Di Gn 31" & reff. 5. 'an yn« of Israelites living E. of Jordan (as a whole) Ju 20 1 ; 'an f people of Gilead Am i 313 ; so '3 Ju 5 17 (=13), 12" tnaa ( || '3 n$K v 4 - 4 - 6 ) Ho 1 2 ". Cf. also n^5 infr. 6. treated as n.pr.m. a/3, sonof Machir&grand- son of Manasseh Nu 26 2929 - 30 27 1 36 1 Jos 1 7 s (all P) 1 Ch 2 2123 7' 4 ' 7 ; once 'an J 08 17 1 (JE) cf. Di; — ref. in all these to Northern Gilead. b. father of Jephthah Ju n 12 ;— ref. to Gad (cf. supr. esp. sub 5). c. 1 Ch 5 14 (a Gadite). t^TS adj.gent.;— 1. of 1$? 6 a. Nu 26 M . 2. of 5. Ju ii 1 - 4 " 12 7 . 3! of '3 n.pr. loc. Ju io 3 2Si7 27 i9 33 1K2 7 Ezr2 61 = Ne7 M ; cf. aq$i v.? 2 k 15 25 ;— cf. also sub nypa s. T [UJ^il] vb. sit, sit up, possibly also re- cline (cf. Ar. (jlii sit up; so Thes De al. (not Ew))— only Qal Pf *%(B>) Ct 4 1 6 s vhif 1??? O'" 1 ) 13 of flocks of goats, in sim. of a woman's hair; construction & sense rather awkward. D3 v. sub DD3. t[KQ3] vb. swallow (liquids), (NH id.; cf. Aram. WM, J710S, >*ao^; perh. cf. also Eth. VTii jar, vessel v. Di)— Pi. Imp/. H?""??, Jb 39 24 fig. of horse in swift gallop ; (this, however, possibly denom. fr. NEW NH, Aram. KJ1B15, Jfcooo^pii, hollow, i.e. he makes [jmws or stamps] hollows in the earth). Hiph. Imv. fs. sf. D?0"B5?O K3 Yf*M% Gn 24 17 let me drink a little water, pray. t^oa n.m. rush, reed, papyrus (cf. Low" 66 ) (NH KOi3, Eth. 7^0: loan-word, ace. to Di; — name from swallowing, sucking up, water? so Thes, cf. Che Is 18 2 al. ;=Copt. gome, v. Di Ex 2 s whence others der. as loan- word) — ND3 Ex 2 3 + 3 t.; — rush, paper-reed, (Egypt.) Jb 8" (fl**); coll. Is 35 7 (|| n3J3) ; as material, '3 fDA Ex 2 3 chest of paper-reed/ ^"•pS Is 18 2 vessels of paper- reed.

  • 70J (^ of foil.; cf. Ar. jLii congeal, be-

come solid; be hard, stern; also cut, cut off; Aram, ipa contract; Aph. be bold, daring). t'TOil a.m. cubit (fr. elbow to knuckles of clenched (contracted) hand ; Aq on Ez 27", Ra al.; Gk. nvy/ii;; NH *1B13 cubit; so Aram. KTD-15 ChWB 1 - 155 , jLii^, (lexx.))— Jus" of Ehud's sword PifjK '3 (v. GFM). TD ,, ~TQ3 n.pr. gent. Ez 27"; valorous men Thes Add ' "EwRVm; butn.pr.apparentlyneeded; DH03 not elsewhere; Lag 0oo ' n - s * cr - 2 ' (,i2, "" i ' CT prop. ffHDJ v. 103; <Co DnDs cf. Gn io 18 . •nca titpS n.pr.loc. (cf. Syr. M»<^ (Lexx.) sycamore; Ar.JIIg. is loan-wd. Fra 140 ; cf. As. n.pr.loc. Gamuzanu Pinches Hbr. joimsm. sa^ city of Judah toward Philistines 2 Ch 28 18 ; mod. Jimzu, E. from Lydda Rob 88 " 249 Bd r * 121 . t7Q3 vTj. 1. deal fully or adequately — T with, deal out to. 2. wean. 3. ripen (As. gam&lu, deal with, benefit, e.g. VR 35 19 ; NH b»a, Aram. ^05 ; v. Palm. n.pr. t&MK Vog" ™- Nab.n.pr.f. r6oj Vog. N " ,,ubNo - 7 ; perh.orig. com- plete, accomplish, cogn. "103 ; — Ar. JX»- is col- lect, j^i &e beautiful, goodly) — Qal Pf ^ 13" + ; Impf. %i) Nui7 a + ; Imv. ^^119"; Inf. r*yDi, nboa 1 S i 23 ; Pt. bol p r 1 1" + ; pass. V2i Is 1 1 8 ; ?p3 ^13 1 2 - 2 ; — 1. a. deal out to, do to, c. 2 ace. V} lw) 3*it3 'nnpD3 s/ie doeth him good and not evil Pr 31 12 ; Hilton '-Wpoa WIK *J njTjn I'ripips V^l _/br tlwu hast done unto me the good but I have done unto thee the evil I S 24 18 ; do evil jn(n) unto Gn 50 1517 Pr 3 30 ; c. p pers. IS3 9 ; do good ttnio, 2 ace. IS63 77 ; cf. also IDfl B»K iB>B3 i>B3 Prii 17 . T>. with ^5? pers. deal bountifully with ty 13 6 116 7 1 1 9" 142 8 ; c. ace. pers. reward 2 S 22 21 (=^ 18 21 ), perh. also riN^n nplOJn "O^IM? no? «>% should he reward me with this reward ? 2 S 1 9 37 . C. recompense, repay, requite, in a bad sense, with 2 ace. yjr f; with b pers. Dt 32" + 137 8 ; with ?5? pers. 2 Ch. 20 11 i// 103 10 Jo 4*. 2. M>ean a child (complete his nursing) 1 S i 23 - 2324 1 K 1 1 20 Ho i 8 ; ^DJ weanerf c/mTo* ^ I3 1 " Is II9 ; 3 ?"?? '.V? weaned from milk Is 28'. 3. trans, ripen, bear ripe (almonds) Nu 17 23 ; intrans. become ripe (grapes) Is 1 8 5 . Niph. Impf b>Qf. 1 S 1 K ; 5*2£1 Go 2 1 8 ; Inf. ?oan Gn 21 8 ; — be weaned. ' 7^102 n.m. dealing, recompence, benefit —': f 94 2 + 1 1 1.; sf.lpoaOb 16 , etc.; pl.sf. vbl»3 ^ 103 2 ; — 1. D?1J ' ,0 ? dealing of the hands Ju 9" Pr 12 14 (p 3«*J) Is 3 11 (p nfe>£). 2. deal- ing, hence (from context) equivalent of dealing, recompence : c. suff. Ob 16 755*01 3f#> 7^>03, Jo 4 « (S^fl), so with ? H^n ^ 2 8 4 ; b D.W 137 8 Pr 19 17 ; absolutely !> ^0} (3^J) b|>B> Is 59 1818 66« Je 51 8 La 3 s4 ; b$ Jo 4 4 *94 J ; Is 35* 'a rpnbtt the recompence of God. 3. benefit: ?tt vSoa bi "naBTI ^ 103 2 ; vi>y So33 according to tlie benefit (done) unto him 2 Ch 32 s *

bJl 

TTIOS n.pr.m. {tueaned) a chief of the Levites iCh 2 4 17 . Vid. also bxc& JTJ (Je 4s 23 ). tnblQS n.f. 2S19,S7 dealing, recompence —'3 2 SlO w ot ^03; pi. Tfbm dealings Is 59 18 ; Je 5 1 66 ni?C3 ?S GW of recompence. t[7 , )D2n] n.m. benefit — pi. c. Aram. sf. •6y »rfftWM«-^| aZZ /m's benefits unto me ^ 1 16 12 . tvN"' -?23 n.pr.m. (reward of God) a prince of Manasseh Nu i 10 2 20 7 5 " 9 io 23 , cf. Mishn. i?N^03, Palm. Vog No - ,M , ® Ta^^X Acts 5 s4 . tV02 n.m. Gn 24 10 + 9 *•■ f- & »• G n 3 2ie (cf. infr.), eamel (NH id. Ar. j^L ( Jii), Eth. 7ff»iV; As.^amma?«COT 0,OM Aram. *6«M, Jlxi^; Palm. Tariff pi. piuM Reckendorf ZM0 ls * « ; ■Am but mng.of /dub. ; Bo H " raL7S der. fr. i>D3 requite, soLag 8 " 20, 49 (camel asjiwjo-iVaitor) ; v. also conject. in MV, Dl in Hpt FTO Hpt BABlm ; A. v. Kremer 8 " mlt • Cult,, " n,lel,n •• 2 , Hom NSI44fl )— abs. ^3 Gn 24 s4 + 7 t.; pi. B^IPf Gn 12 16 + 30 1.; cstr. rk)? Gn 24 10 ; sf "fW ^ n 24 14 +3 t-; v hl Gn 24™; Dnj»»a Gn 37 ffi + 6 t.;— camel, 1. as pro- perty (in Hex only J) Gn 12 16 (|| D13nN) 24 1035 (|| Dnwn etc.) 30 43 (|| «.) 32 s (II |»W. 1p3) Ex 9 3 (Egyptian ||QiD1D, DniOT, np3, JN^, etc.) Ju 6 6 7 ,2 i S15 3 (|| lien etc.) 27 s 1 Ch5 21 27 30 (all || id.) 2 Ch 14 14 (|| JKV) Ezr 2 67 (1| D'DID, DH1S, union) = Ne 7 68 Jb i 3 (II par, ipa, nwns) cf. v 17 42 12 ( || tU) Je 49 s9 (|| JNV) v 32 Zc 14 16 (|| DID, lien, TIB) [4 1. || DID and other words, Ex 9 s (Egyptians), Zc 1 4 16 (enemiesof Israel), Ezr 2 67 = Ne 7 ffl (returned exiles)]. 2. as beasts of burden Gn24' cf. v "."i^-30 3>^««« 37" (all J), 1 K io 2 2 K 8 9 1 Ch 1 2 41 2 Ch 9 1 Is 30 6 ('3 Tffflrfyfy Is 60 6 ( || !pe ^.M). 3. for riding Gn 24 6iraM (all J), 31" 34 (both E) 1 S 30 17 , cf. also Ju8 2126 , and particularly Is 21 7 ^03 3JJ; a riding-company of camels i.e. a troop of camels with riders; Dv03 H13 an abode for camels, in prediction against Ammon Ez 25', (|| J* a T? }NS). 4. forbidden as food Lv 1 1 4 (P) Dt 14 7 . t^yQS n.pr.m. a Danite Nu 13 12 . become much or abundant, D?2) (Ar r r 7 " abundance, 'much, i ».=. collection (of water), company (of people)). Q2 adv. denotinff addition, also, more- -708 !!• /»- over, yea (Moab. id. ; prob. akin to V ^ ; cf. 03

(accus.) in a mass, altogether) — 1. also, moreover, emphasizing sts. the thought of an entire sentence, but more usually the word immediately following, as Gn 3 6 rlB»t6 D3 flWl and gave also to her husband, v 27 and take also of the tree of life, "j 3 19 21 24" 26 21 29 s7 30 15 3 2 2l (...n3l1 Da : soEst7 9 )48 11 Ex8 28 i2 32b Dti 37

S 28 20 2 8 1 1 12 2 K 9 s7 Is 7" + . Often before 

pronouns, Gn 4* WT1 D3 K"an bir) and Abel, he also brought, 20 5 Kin"D3"X , ni (so only here) and she herself also, v 6 27 31 «in hi bjgj, 30 s Dt 3 20 Ju 3 31 6* 9" 1 S 19 2024 Je 1 2 6 48 s6 etc. (cf. MI 6 NH D5 "MOtW): esp. in genealogies of J(Bu Ur »- 350 ) Gn 4 22 ' 26 io 21 19 38 22 2024 cf. Ju 8 31 . D3 sq. pron. also begins a sentence with emph. in an elevated style, thou (they) also, Is 14 10 Je 12 66 48 7 Ez 16 32 Na 3 1111 . After a pron. in an oblique case (Ges» w2 ) G1127 34 1S19 23 2S17 5 Je25 14 27 7 +. D31 and also (more often than 03 alone attach- ing a sentence) Gn 6* 14 16 15 14 17 16 20 ls 24 1446 30 8 3 7 7 3 8 24 42* Ex 2 19 3 9 4 14 Jos 7 " (jjij I S 4 17 1 K 2 1 "4- oft.; with a negative = neither Ex 5 2 34 3 al. — D3 . . . D3 (like et . . . et) both . . . and Gn 44 16 47 319 Nu 18 3 Je 51 12 f 49 s 4- : D3 ... D3 D3... Gn 24 25 JU8 22 EC9 6 : with a negative neither . . . nor Nu 23 s5 1 S 20 27 1 K 3 26 , and (3 t.) Gn 43 8 Ex 4 10 1 S 28 s . So (but seldom) Dal . . . D3 Gn 2 4 44 Ex io 26 '- 1 S 2 26 12" 26 25 : with neg. 1 S 2 1 9 . — N.B. In poetry independence and em- phasis is sts. given by D3 to a new idea, where in English we should be satisfied with and : f 107 5 137 1 Jb 24 19 Ct 7" La 4 15 . 2. with stress on a particular word, even, Ex 4 9 Nu 22 s3 ^jrrtN D3 even thee I had slain, and kept her alive,

S 17 10 Je 2 s3 yfr 132 12 Pr 14 13 even in laughter 

the heart is sorrowful, v 20 17 28 20 11 Ku 2 15 Ne 3 s5 ; and so often after *2 y Dt 12 31 for even their sons they burn in the fire to their gods, 1 S 22 17 Is 26" Je6" 12 6 14 s H09 12 Onb iN-Dr'3 for even woe is it to them when I depart from them; DjTj tGn 16" 1 S io" 12 =I9 24 I K 17 s0 ^ 78 20 Jb 41 1 Est 7 9 . Other cases :— 1 S 24 12 IIK") D3 nsn see, yea see! (but Hup* , -"""'-nin D3: cf. infr.) f 1 18"; Jb 2 10 bs® 3ton-nx D3 shall we receive good (emph.) from God and not evil ? 2 1 7 ; interposed once between a subst. and adj. Gn 20 4 gentemne etiam justam interficies? emphasizing ^3, Dt 28? 1 Ju 9 49b 1 S22 7 Si D3?3? to all (emph.) of you will he give . . . 1 2 S 19 31 rWJ bteTTfy Da yea, the whole let him take! Is 26 12 ; in«' 2 S i7 12b and we will not leave • • ."IAN D3 even one (similarly v 13b ), ^ 1 4 s ( = 53 4 ) ins 03 pX; an inf. or cogn. accus. at- tached to a verb, tGn3i 15 46' Nun 15 16 13

Si 6 

D V)P D? lit. even both i.e. the one as well as the other (Germ, alle beide) is said idiomati- cally, tGn27 45 (D? , ?e'), Dt 22 M 23"' 1 S 25" (t^f), Pri7" 2o ,0 - ,2 itu i>. 3. introducing a climax, yea, esp. in a rhetorical style, Gn 27" Dt 23 s - 4 Ju 5 4 ' 4 Is 13 3 14 8 43 13 yea, from to-day I am the same, 44 12 3.JH D3 yea, he is hungry, and has no strength, 47 s 48 s - 88 57 7 Je 46" 48 s 51 44 Ho7 9 ^4i 10 84 7 i39 12 ; Is66 8 'Tj^;D3 rbrp?, mz-m fjHf, Jes 28 12 2 Ez 24 s Jb 21 7 Ct8': em- phasizing an extreme, or aggravated, case, yea, even, Is 49 16 yea, these may forget, Je 8 17 yea, the stork knoweth, etc., Is 23 12 DB' Q3 even there no rest shall be for thee (so ^ 139 10 ), 49 s4 57' Je 23 llb Mai 3 15 ^ 84 4 . 4. expressing cor- respondence, esp. in the matter of retribution (the D3 correlativum), so frequently ^ D3, '3iS D3 I also (on my part): — Gn 20 6 I also [as well as thyself] know that thou hast done this innocently, Jos 24 18 Ju 2 21 1 S i 28 (cf. Dr) 28 s2 nns D3 thou also (as I have done v 21 ), 2 S 12 13 t also [responding to thy confession] hath re- moved thy sin, 2 K 2 36 Is 3 1 2 66 3 " 4 (DJ . . . £B, emphasizing the action of both parties), Je 2 U 4 12 now will I also [in correspondence with their deeds] speak judgments with them, 7 11 51 49 (DJ . . . DJ.), Ez 5 811 1 6 43 (DJ1 = therefore also), 2 3 35 Ho 4 6 because thou hast forgotten the direc- tion of thy God, I also (on my part) will forget thy children, V'52 7 (thou lovest evil, etc.) D3 ^|StV PN God also (on his part) will pluck thee up. 7 l32 I 33 1 Pr lM Jb 7" I2S t6 *', so °? Ju 2 * Am 4 6 - 7 Mi 6 13 Mai 2 9 . In the apodosis (un- common) : Gn 1 3 16 if a man could number the dust of the earth, n?Q? IV")] D3 thy seed also should be numbered, Je 3 1 36 ' 37 33 2126 Zc 8 6 . The correspondence is sometimes of the nature of a climax : Gn 27 s3 30 8 I have wrestled, ,J !y^ D3 (cf. 1 K 22* bhv D31, Je 50 24 ), Is 66 8 . 5. connecting two ideas which express (or imply) a contradiction, D3 acquires sts. an adversative force (cf. H^ 1 end), yet, but, though: ^95' they tried me, but also (Che) saw my work (viz. of judgment), 129 2 Je 6 15 =8 12 Ez 20 23 Ec 4 816 5 18 Ne6'. SoD3]Ezi6 28 20 15 Ec3 ,3 6 7 Ne5 8 . 6. '3 D3 (with impf.) yea, vihen La 3 s , even when Pr 22"; yea though (stating an imagined case) Isi ls Ho8 ,0 9 16 f 23 4 (soDKD3 Ec8' 7 ); also (is it) that Ku 2 21 (v. '? 1 d). DJ , 3= i for even (v. supr. 2); = though even, although (conceding a fact)Ec4 14 (v.De)8 12 . t[nSiO] n.f. Hb i 9 (of the Chaldaeans) flD'HiJ Dn'JS nt33D, of uncertain meaning : Ges the assembling of their faces is (directed) fory^a

P wards ; Ew De Ke eagerness, comparing (ques- tionably) ND3 swallow Jb 39 s4 , and 1L» (Freyt.) seek (whence St prop. 0030). Text prob. erron. PttJ (Vof foil., Aram. K°? <% (perh. denom.)). t^SSH n.m. pit (Aram, loan-wd., cf. KJTCKa, )li<4^; NH KXB13 cf. Ba NB66 - Anml ), Ec io 8 TBh a • ^ 3 ' 3 ^* *^ a ' diggeth a pit shall fall into it; so also Pr 26 s7 % <& where >§ riPIK* rnb. r IQ^ vb. end, come to an end, complete (only >//) (NH id. complete; As gamdru Lotz TP.B^h, & deriv C 0T ">» al.; Aram. 1D3,

  • -aa^; Eth. KVav£- (II); c f. also Ar.J^I. coZ-

Zec<, assemble)— Qal P/i '3 f 12' 77*; Impf. -Iby^i 3 8 8 ; ~m] f -J™; Pt. "IDS! V57 3 ;— 1. come to an end, be no more ifr 7 10 12 2 (|| [DDS]); 7 7 9 (|| D ??). 2. trans. &ro'»<jr to an end, complete, ^V ""^ ^ V' 57 3 God that completeth, accom- plisheth, for me (® Gr Bi fes, & so Che doubt- fully), np lb£ "> 1 38 s . t"1Q2 n.pr. 1. m. a. son of Japhet Gn io"=iChi Sf ; EZ38 6 ; Lag 0, " >m - 8Mr - 2 - 95 ' 2ndwi - w.t.bht7 prop QnM for DnDJ Ez27 n qv . he identif. "ID3 with Cappadocia (cf. % Ez 27", Kiep Lbd * ko ~« rM ) = Armen. Gamir - x (with pi. ending) v. also Lag*™- 8 "" 1 - 32 *" 8 ; cf. further As. Gimirrai, Schr Kal5nr - Dl p ' 245t also Len or. in so «r. 2 . f. wife of Hosea, Ho i 3 . t^inpoa, PFTOa n.pr.m. ('•'Aa^ accom- plislied)— l.mnoj sonof Shaphan Je36 10U12!,s . 2. nncj son of Hilkiah Je 29A ]2, n22 v. sub }33. t[HJ3] vb. steal (NH id., Aram. 333, ol^; Ar. v_*X». is hurt the side, or put aside, den. fr. J-J* side)— Qal i 5 /. 3 fs. sf. VI333 Jb i 18 27 M , Dnnja Q a3 i^; 2 ms. $333 Gn 3 i 30 ;

s. W1MJ consec. Pr 30 9 ; 1333 Jos "7" 2 S 21 12 ; 

sf. 1«33 2 S 19 42 ; /mp/ -3i3' T Ex 21 37 , 3133"" Pr 6» 333»1 Gn 3 i 2 »; 3 fs. 33301 Gn 31" + 2 t.;

ms. 333W Ex 20 15 Dt 5 17 , 333ni Gn 31 2627 , 1333? 

Ob 6 , UiJn Lv i 9 », 3333 Gn'44 8 ; Inf. abs. 33 = 3 Ex 22" + 2 t.; Pt. 333 Ex 2 1 16 + 2 t., 3133 Gn 30 33 ; f. cstr. *I3J| Gn 31 3939 ; pi. D*30| Pr 9 17 ; in Hexateuch always JED, exc. Lv 1 9" (H) ;— steal c. ace. rei Gn 3 1 19!l0 - 32 44 s Ex 2 1 37 2 S 2 1 12 cf. pass. Gn 30 33 31 39 Pr 9 17 ; c. obj. pers. Ex 2 1 '• Dt 24 7 2 S 1 9"; = take by stealth (for good purpose) 2 K 1 1 2 = 2 Ch 22 11 ; abs. Ex 20 16 = Dt 5 17 , Lv 19" Jos 7" Pr 6 30 30 9 0b s Zc 5 3 , cf. Inf. abs. Ho 4 2 Je 7 9 & (c. Niph.) Ex 22"; 3.b 333= deceit* Gn 31 2026 cf. Di; V* '3 Gn 31 27 id.; of sudden sweeping off by storm, in simile Jb 2 1 18 ; fig. of destruction of wicked 27 20 . Niph. be stolen, subj. rei 333? 333 Ex 22". Pi. steal away (trans.) 3?T*I tttabtt 33^1 2 S 15 8 ; 'T 3 ^ ^ro J e 23 30 . Pu. 6e stolen away subj. pers. Visa 333 Gn 40 15 ; subj. rei 3331 consec. Ex 22 6 ; be brought by stealth Jb 4 12 3BJ. Hithp. go by stealth, steal away 3331V 2 S 1 9 4 , 333.n>1 2 S 19 4 . (Syr. oj^ ^l^steal oneself away; so cu^J7 Gn 31 27 .) Tn3j2 n.f. thing stolen (on format, cf. Ba NBM ' 166 )— H333 Ex 2 2 3 (an animal); in3333 Ex 2 2 2 , '3 pret. cf. Di. tnS2 n.m. Ex22 - 1 thief— 3|3 EX22 1 -)- 12 fc.; D'333 Is i 23 4. 3 t. — thief that breaks in Ex 22

      • (JE); by window Jo 2 9 (in simile) ; thief

as one who steals Is i 23 ^ 5° 18 Pr 6" 29 s4 Je 2 26 4 8 27 Ho 7 1 (|| TH3) Zc 5 4 ; coming by night Je 49 9 cf. Jb2 4 14 (in simile), Ob 5 (|| Tt$ *TjW); Jb 30 5 ; stealer of men (slave-dealer) Dt 24'. trOIia n.pr.m. (cf. Palm. SQ33 Vog N °- ,S7 ) son of Hadad the Edomite 1 K 1 1 3020 (on the n, cf. Dr» mN ). T 3J (cover up, hide, cf . NH hide, Ar. ylL cover up, Aram. 133 Ithpa, jI^Ethp. be hidden, Eth. 7JH: enwrap). t [D , |32]tt.[ltt.]pL 1. chests (?); 2. treasury — only pi. cstr. U3; — 1. perh. chests of varie- gated cloth D'Dhi '3 Ez 27 s4 so Thes AV EV; Sm Co al. cloths, carpets, Ew Taschen. 2. trea- sury (NH T33, Aram. NW3, T33, BAram. cstr. pi. '?.?? J Pers. loan-word from 8J»>iii Jreaswre ? cf. Vullers "• 1032 Lag --*" 11 - 27 ); !J^fn 'W3 Est 3 9 4 7 . T [TJP»0 n.[m.] treasury (NH H3T33 treasure; loan-wd. fr. or through Pers. cf. supr. & Lag 0M - Abh - "), Vytpi I Ch 2 8". © tw {a KX u airoC ; but ®L rii» a7rodi;K&>i> aurov. [j jil] vb. cover, surround, defend (Ar. ££, Aram. f3K (Aph.), Palm. J3N Vog p * lm - 132 ff ) —Qal Pf "niaai Is 37 s5 + 3 t; Inf. abs. P33 Is 3 1 5 (c. Hiph. q.v.) — defend, subj. always ; obj. the city Jerusalem c. b]} Is 37 s5 38*= 2 K 20 6 ; 2 K 19 34 c. "^J (|| SW). Hiph. /m^/. —or Qal ace. to Ba ZMQ1899 -™, who comp. Ar. | T r xi — '?.? Is 3 1 6 + 2 t. — defend (= Qal), Jerup Balem Is 31° [133 . . . i" c. bv (|| Wn); bj. Yahweh's people Zc o' s c. by, 12 8 c. ^3. t|2 n.m. ct4 ' 12 & (Gn 2 16 ) f. enclosure, gar- den (NH id., .133, Ar. iii, Eth. iVTl As. gind COT 0,0 " ) also gannatu Dl' Pr84 ; Aram. K3?, WW, Jka4»; Pli. fi DN J3JK "isfvJCIS'- 165 ' 11 *^ 1 Mrotf 0/ enclosure (domestic fowls) or of wing) — abs. l Gn2 8 +3t.; cstr. id. Gn 2 I6 + 19 t.; c. art, fin Gn 2 9 + o t., but fas La 2 6 ; */ II Ct 4 16 5 1 , 133 Ct 4 16 6 2 ; P/. D<33 Ct 4 15 +2 t. — garden as enclosure La 2 6 (simile); Om *Wi»n Ct8 13 ; cf. Ct 4 12 (fig. of bride bW! ft); g. of herbs (PV) Dt n 10 1 K 21 2 ; fig. of bride, g. of plants, fruits, and spices Ct 4 1616 5 1 6" cf. D<33 i:VP Ct 4 1S ; g. of (king's) house 2 K21" = XttTf'3 2 K 2I 18 - 26 ; ^SH J3 2 K 25 4 Je 39* 52 7 Ne 3 15 , cf. fan TV? 2 K <f (at Jez- reel ? but this perhaps n.pr.loc. v. sub JV3 p. 1 1 1 ); most often of garden (orchard 1) in Eden (Hex only Gn & only J) Gn 2 8 - 91016 3 >•«•»■"■'», called fin? Gn 2 15 f* M Ez 36® Jo 2 3 , cf. Vp Gn 1 3 10 Is 5 1 3 (both in simile); Dt6k-|3 Ez 28 13 C^T H?)- 3i 8M (II n»)J in las * three the trees of the garden are comp. with Assyrian under fig. of cedar of Lebanon. IH33 n.f. garden (cf. foregoing) — H33 Is i 30 6 1 11 ; cstr. TIM Ct 6" 4-3 t.; sf. *33 Jb 8 16 ; pi. nss Nu 24 s , nisa Ec 2 5 + 6t.; sf. Q?' , n i i33 Am 4 9 ; garden, orchard, Am 4" ( || Dl?, flJWl, W), 9 » (fruit-garden; | DIS), Je 29"* Ec 2 5 (||Dl]-ia),t , i3Xn33Ct6 11 nut-garden; cf. fn'?"™? Est i 5 7 7 - 8 ; in simile, of prosperous Isr. Nu 24* (poem in JE ; THJ ^ / S) > of chastised Isr.Is i 30 ^

  • b PM D'O IB*), of Yahweh's blessing Is 6i";

in Jb 8 16 133"?5? in fig. of prosperity of wicked, as a luxuriant plant; gardens as places of idolatrous worship Is I 29 (|| O'b'K), 65 s (|| D"3ab), 66 17 (i.e. groves). trQ , 2 n.pr.m. father of Tibni 1 K i6 21S2 . t^lniSI Ne 1 2* — following. Tpri33 n.pr.m. a priest among the returned exiles Ne io 7 12 16 cf. foregoing. tpO n.m. 1K1427 , & f. 1K10 ' 17 , shield (Ar.

  • £a, Aram. WJO, Ji^o) — f?D Gn 15 1 +

33't (also cstr. Dt 3 3 M Na2 4 ); sf. '33D ^7" + 5t-J y»DV, 3 3 M +3t-; D33D^ii5 9 '»»; pi. D'UO 1 K io 17 + 6 t.; niSJD 2 Ch 2 3 9 ; cstr. »1H? I K 1 4 26 + 4 t. ; sf. V33D Jb 1 5 26 ; iTHD Ho 4 18 ;— shield, buckler, carried by warrior for defence

^ 

Jus 8 281"-" 2Ki 9 32 =Is37 33 , iCli5"i4 7 17 17 2 3 9 26 14 32' Ne 4 10 V 76 4 Je 46" Ez 23 s4 38" 39 » Na 2 4 Is 2 2« cf. 21 5 (anoint the shield, to make it slippery), so also ^ 35 s (where ^ fig. as warrior); JJO trK = armed man Pr 6" 24 s4 ; laid up for show, or as treasure 1 K io 1717 14 2627 (= 2 Ch 9 I61 « i2 91 ») 2 Ch 3 2 27 cf. Ct 4 4 Ez 27 10 ; of scales of crocodile (leviathan) "jVDK D'159 Jb4i'; fig. of wicked's defence against judgments of ' V330 *|J *3}> Jb i 5 »; fig. of king + 89 19 (cf. Che); fig. of rulers of Ephraim Ho 4 18 ; fig. of rulers of earth ^ 47 10 ; fig. (very often) of as defence of his servants, ^ 3 4 7 11 (rd. 'ba 'by "330 c f. Che crit. note) i8 3 - 3,M ( = 2 S 22 331 - 36 ) 2 8 7 33 20 59 12 84 1012 115 01011 119 114 144 2 Pr 2 7 30 5 , and v. esp. Gn 15 1 (E). t[n3^n] n.f. covering, S^ngC La 3" covering of heart, i.e. a hard shell about the heart = obstinacy, so Ges (cf. Qord 25 /£- HJULij aISI _4^j1j)RV; or, covering of the understand- ing, blindness of heart, so Ew Ke Nag Che. T[|20] vb. only Pi. deliver up, deliver (denom. fr. fJO ; on connex. of meanings cf. "UD) — Pf J30 Gn 14 20 ; Impf. 3 fs. sf. JIMpn Pr * 4 » 1?apK Hoi i 8 ; — deliver up to adversary Gn 14 20 Ho i'i 8 + Is 64 s © n 1 S 6 12 . t[ni?2] n.pr.loc. close to Jerusalem nn«3 Je 3 1 39 ; — site unknown. tft^a] vb. abhor, loathe (NH b]13 Nithpa. be fouled, Hiph. rinse out with hot water; HTV3 rejection ; Aram. 7JU Ithpe. be fouled, soiled) — Qal Pf. 3 fs. H^l Lv 26" Je 14", *§£) cons. Lv 26 30 ; tfnjjyf Lv 26"; »% Ez 16 46 ,' Impf.

fs. ^yan Lv 26 1118 ; Pt. f. n^s Ez i6* ; — 

abhor, loathe, (usually c. ace), Yahweh, his people Lv26"- 30 - 44 (H) Jei 4 19 (c.3); the people, Yahweh's statutes, Lv 26 1543 (H); Ez 16 4646 women their husbands (fig., in proph. ag. Jeru- salem). Niph. Dnta? J30 ijy33 2 S r 2 ' the shield of heroes was defiled RVm VB Kirkp. but < is rejected, cast away (with loathing) Dr, cf. Klo ; © n P o<Ta>x6l<T8r). Hiph. Impf. ~ay ViteJ 75J3' N?l Jb 2 1 10 ; aW rfo</t no< cause, or allow, (the cow) <o reject as loathesome Ea De, cf. Di 1 ; Di 2 , however, of bull, cast away (semen), or shew aversion. iby'i n.m. loathing, ^33 byja Ez 16 s . "t"7I*2 n.pr.m. appar. a Canaanite, son of n^J? (but Cf. VB) JU 9 M.J8.».S1.36.36.S7.39.41 t"U^I vb. rebuke (Aram. IJ??, i^id., Eth. <J: cry out, Sab. njfl 1 n.pr., Sab. Denkm. „ * »)_ Is , 7 i3. n-,5,3 ^ 9 6 + 2 t ; et(J . Imp y -,5,3, Zc 3 s + 3 1., rjgn Ru 2 16 ; /« iy5 ^ 68 31 ; Inf. -iy?p Is 54'; h. ^yia Na i*, iy'3 Mai 2 3 ;— c. a except yjr 9" 68 3 ' 119 21 Mai 2 3 where ace; — 1. rebuke, father his son Gn 37 10 (E), reapers Ruth Eu 2 16 , priest Jeremiah Je 20 27 . 2. of God rebuking nations ^ 9 6 Is 1 7 13 , proud V'lio 51 , Satan ZC3", rup rvn V'oS 31 , ^xa (the devouring swarm of locusts, restraining them) Mai 3 11 , the sea drying it up ^ 106 9 Na i 4 , Zion Is 54 9 ; V~!£) the seed (prevent the usual har- vest) Mai 2 3 (© Aq 93 Pjn, the arm, viz., of priests, that they may not extend it to bless). t rnya n.f . rebuke— Pr 1 3 1 + 2 1. ; JTTJJ3 Ec f + 5tVsf. ^J?3 V 18 16 + (sfs. 6t.);— 1. of man Pr i 3 '- 8 17 10 Ec f Is 30" 17 . 2. of God Jb26"^i8 16 ( = 2 S22 16 ) 76 7 8o 17 io4 7 Is5o 2 5i 20 66 16 . trnWtt n.f. rebuke Dt 28 20 . nnDj t[l^3] vb. shake, quake (NH id.)— Qal Impf. B$jm ^ i8 8 '= 2 S 22 s " Kt (QrHithp.);— quake of earth at theoph., ifr i8 8 =2 S 22 s (rd. Kt; ||Cin). Pu. Impf. be shaken up, convulsed Dy"1E>y^ Jb 34 20 a people are convulsed. Hithp. shake back and forth, toss or reel to and fro E>3?3JV1 Qr 2 S 22* (< Kt Qal); n?J»IV Je 46 7 , 1BT?an»l^, 1 8 8b + 2 1.;— of mountains i/' i8* b = 2S22 8 '; of waves of sea, Je S 22 ; of waters of NileJe 4 6 7 (cf. v 8 ). Hithpo.P/^nm consec. Je 25"; Impf. WPgSuV j e 4 6 8 ; id. of waters of Nile Je46 8 ; of drunken men, reel to and fro, Je 25 16 (fig. of nations confounded by ). t[ttJj?f] n.pr.loc. B'ya-in Jos 24 80 Ju2 9 mt. in Ephraim, S. of (D^ri) rOD-rODr) q.v.; ^J?3 ^n? 2 S 2 3 30 = 1 Ch 1 1 32 of ravines thereon, or near by. T DflW n.pr.m. a chief of Edom, son of Eliphaz Gn 36" 16 1 Ch i 36 . H5 v. sub «|B3. |DJ (•v/of following; meaning?). tjDfl n.f. J "» 13 + (in. only Ho io infl. of hwW"., 2 K 4 M ) vine (NH id., Ar. perh. (Yemen), As. gapnu, cf. Zehnpfund BAS '• **; Aram. ??i 3 , I??, J*^, pi. Ua'o^)— 'J Gn 40 9 + 38 1. (also cstr., as Nu 6 4 Dt 32 s2 Is 16 8 ' 9 ), fS3 J u 9 12 + 2 1.; «/. "3Si Jo i 7 , 1?S3 j e 5 17 , 13B3 1 K 5 5 + 3 t., FI333 Ho 2 14 , D3B3 Dt 32 s2 + 2 t. ; pi. D"3B3 Ct 2 13 Hb 3 17 — vine (always grape-bearing exc. 2 K 4 s9 ) Gn 40 9 ' (in dream) 49 11 Nu 20 6 Dt 8 8 Ju 9 1213 (in allegory) 1 K 5 s 2 K 1 8 31 = Is 36 16 , if 78 47 io 5 33 Ct a» 6" 7 13 Is 7 23 2 4 7 32 12 Je 5 17 8 13 Ho 2 14 Jo i 712 2 s2 Mi 4 4 Hb 3 17 Hg 2 19 Zc 2 10 8 12 Mai 3 11 ; ilW (S3 a vine bearing poisonous gourds 2 K 4 39 ; |*n JB3 Nu 6 4 (cf. Gn 40 10 Ju 9 13 ) Ju 13"; !??? "fcjfv Ct8 9 ; JBS.nj'y Ezi5 2 - 6 ; in simile of stars fading away at Yahweh's judg- ment Is 34 4 ; in simile of wicked losing early promise Jb 15 33 ; in simile of wife ^ 128 3 ; fig. of Israel |8o Wi Ez i7 6M8 Ho io 1 cf. Ez 19 10 , Je 2 21 6 9 ; also Ho 14 8 ; fig. of Israel as easily destroyed Ez 15 26 ; fig. of godless enemies of Israel Dt 32 s2 cf. Di; noa?' |B3 fig. for pros- perity of Moab Is i6 89 Je 4s 32 .— On the vine in Syria cf. Anderlind ZPV18siU60ff -

  • 1SJ ("/of foil.; cf. Syr. aa^ in deriv.,

y&^JL^curved, convex; also Ar. i_ i^r both hilly country and depression, Frey.) ' lH-IJ HJBu body, self, height, elevation (cf. NH • «)'3) — sg. sf. tea Ex 2i 3 - 3 - 4 ; pi. cstr. 'B? Pr g 3 ; — 1. body, self, only in phr. N3^ 1333 (**JP) he shall come in (go out) by himself (with his body) Ex 2i 3 - 3 - 4 ; in law of slave (cf. Di). 2. height, elevation rn£ 'p/H? »fr^ Pr 9 3 . t^Dl n.[m.] gopher, only in iBj-'SJ) Gn 6 14 (P), wood of which the ark was made (word dub.; Thes comp. "1B3 & so Rob Ges (hence 'pitch-wood, resinous wood'), cf. Di; Lag B„m lllC a .. 64 , Sjmm^t. 1L 93 . BS «7 * thinks wd not or ; g _ inal, but inferred from )Yna3, and substituted here for TVIBJ by copyist, or editor. Cf. fol- lowing). tri'nca n.f. brimstone (Aram. NJT"!B13, also Nnn33, tttinaia, jf^i^S, jr^Ji^a; Ar. ^~>jlS (certainly foreign wd.); der. from (">§3), -1B3 'by Thes RobGes, cf. Di Gn 6 14 ; i.e. pitch, and then other combustibles, esp. sulphur; Lag 1,0, thinks fr. Bactr. vohAkereti — JV"}B3 Gn i 9 24 -r 6 t.— brimstone, after TBCI1 Gn 19" (J), fig. of judgment 1// 1 1 6 Ez 38 12 (iii all || t^X etc.), cf. also Jbi8 15 Is 34 9 , & Dt 2 9 22 ; '3 ^03 simile for the destroying breath of Is 30 33 . -13

TtsnXH ~)Z v. sub I. ny. "13 v. sub TJ. TW^il n.pr.m. (Ph. N"j) son of Benjamin Gn 46 2,T (lacking Nu 26 3<uo ); son of Bela', & grandson of Benj., ace. to i Ch 8 35 cf. v 7 ; designation of a Benjamite family or clan ; hence Ehud called K"i}T}3 Ju 3 15 , & so Shimei, 2S16 5 19 1719 1K2 8 . ^"0 (-/of foil. ; Ar.t^i, Ara.m.<ol^JJiave the scab etc.), are appar. denom.) T 3"^2 n.[m.] itoh, scab (Ar. Z/ja. , Aram. "IT*! &«* Aa.garabu DP 162 )— TU Lv2i m

s2 Dt 28 s7 . 

"2")2 1. n.pr.m. (cf. Palm, n.pr.m. tana Vog 141 ) one of David's heroes 2 S 23 s8 = 1 Ch 11 40 . 2. n.pr.loc. (cf. Sab. n.pr.loc. D3nj Hal NoS79,38l! ) only in 313 DJ/a? J* 31" MB 0/ Gareb, appar. close to Jerusalem on the SW. cf. Gf ; v. also Hi Che. iro, rfinsnJ! v. sub -nj. t^S^il adj. gent, only 'an as n.pr.coll.; 'begotten' by Canaan Gn io 16 =i Ch i 14 ; in list of Canaanitish peoples displaced by Isr.; territ. unknown ; Gn 15 21 Dt 7 1 Jos 3 10 24 11 Ne 9 8 ; cf. Gn io 16 1 Ch I 14 supr. (Hex only JED). t["T"13] vb. scrape, scratch (NH id., Aram.Tia, ?I^& Ph. DTUO flesh-scrapers CIS 3SS - 4 ; cf. also Ar. V^ peel or strip off bark, shave hair fr. a hide etc.) — Hithp. Inf. TSjfl"? scrape one's self Jb 2 8 . t [»1")3] vb. only Pi. stir up strife, Hithp. engage in strife (cf. NH Pi. stir up, excite, against (3) Hithp.; Aram. Pa. tTB ^Z^J es P- As. garu, Qal attack, be at war with, garA, gird, enemy, etc. Asrb *-"••»•«» (KB"- 190 ) also SASmith*""- 1 "- 131 "*; Ar. u'jL is run, esp. of water, flow, etc.)— Pi. Impf. 3 ms. TTV Pr 1 5 18 2S 25 29 s2 , all c. obj. P""? excite, stir up, strife. — On fTTj Dt 14 8 v. 1. n->3 sub TO. Hithp. Pf. 2 f s . nnann j e 50 24 ; Impf. 3 ms. friarr Dn 1 i 25 , 113W v l "; 2 ms. nnariFi 2 K 14" 2 Ch 25 19 ; juss. ap'oc' lann Dt 2 919 ; r 3 mpl. V13JV Pr 28 4 Dn 1 1 10 , cf. Dn'ii 10 Kt., v. supr.; 2 mpl. VWn Dt 2 6 (juss.); Imv. ms. "ijnn Dt2 S4 ; — 1. excite one- self against (3 pers.), engage in strife with, lit. Dt 2 519 , 2 K 14 19 = 2 Ch 25 19 (sq. njns; — njn personif. as challenged opponent) ; also 4- ace. of manner, ronjm Dt 2 9 - 24 ; fig. riffl rnin *$p D3 Pr 28 4 while they that keep the law are at strife with them, i.e. with those that forsake it. 2. abs., excite oneself (against foe), wage war, only Dn 11 : D'?! D'^n fiDH *DD v ;i TQfc v 10 they shall wage war, etc. ; niVD-iy Vjarn afeh v 10 and he shall return and war, even to his strongMd; v 25 sq. nDPI^ 4. bli ^ns (instr.) tpi.^l n.m. * 69 ' 4 neck, throat (connexion with above -/dub.; Thes RobGes (cf. MV) from mj in (assumed) sense of Ty of a drag- ging, scraping sound ; cf. n"J?0; yet Vperh. pj q.v.; Ar. ^JCa. (sub ^jL Frey Lane)//-ora< part of neck of camel, etc.) — '} Is 3 16 58 1 ; sf. «^TI| ^ 6 9 4 ; ^ria Ez 16" + Je 2 2S Qr (Kt -phi)); DJiif 115' i4 9 «, apz+ 5 w ;— throat; l.ofthe visible exterior (front) of throat, neck '3 riiltM Is 3 16 outstretched of neck ( = with outstretched neck) ; W^fTJ) f$y Ez 4 1 19 and a chain upon thy neck. 2. throat, as capable of thirst Je 2 M ; as organ of speech |T03 KT.J3 Is 58 1 (|| Pin ^ip), "ij Wjp tf!> ^ 1 15 7 ; also wvua bx hfccVi ■J' 149 6 At'7/i. sora</« <o GW (6e) jn their throat; cf. 'aria "ina ^, 69 4 my -oa< t's parched (|| , ny3J

  • ¥T53); so also Wia PfofT^ ^ 5 10 </wt'r throat

is an opened sepulchre. T Li~'"0^] n.f. contention, strife, hostility (cf. Aram, tnffl, ft. %; v. Thes; fnjTl NHWB & Fl in ChWB"- 681 )— only cstr. sg. nnant? 1"1,t ^ 39"/ row (i- e - through) the liostility of thy hand I am consumed. . ma, 11. ma v. sub -nj. T ••' T" rvna v. sub i. to. f [T*13] vb. cut, cut off (Ar. Jji cm<, cw< <#f, exterminate)— Niph. P/. 'WpjJ ^ 31 33 = destroyed out of Yahweh's sight. TITia n.m. ,,I0,M axe (pic£, pick-axe, $t. in Si"; on format, cf. Sta 894 * Ges 486 - 1 "- 64 )— Dt 19 5 20 19 Is 10" 1 K 6 7 (Co conj. also Ez 31"). "hna Kt, nia (q.v.) Qr adj. gent. 1 S 27 s . tQ^^a n.pr.loc. mt. in N. Israel, S. of Sichem (Nabulus), opp. Ebal («'??), which was on N.; only '3 "in Dt 1 1 29 27" Jos 8 s3 Ju 9 7 ; mod. Jebel et-TCr Rob 8 ""- 274 "- Ed™** 223 . /J31J (possibly quadrilit. -/, whence foil, c. N prosthet. Cf. however infr.) t[7I2"^X] n.m. a kind of vessel, basin or basket (t ; others basket-like, basket-shaped Vsa

hira vessel); only pi. cstr. 3HT *^B^, & * 'K, both Ezr I 9 , denoting vessels from temple at Jems, restored by Cyrus. (Etym. & mng. dub. cf. supr. ; A ©L Codd. ® ^rvKTijpts, wine-coolers; B om. ; now commonly compared with Aram. Kn'^ni? Levy NHWB'*'», Jl^ji, Ar. iSSfe, aJUoIj, supposed to be loan-word fr. Hellenist. Gk. KapraXot, KapraWos (e.g. © 2 K IO 7 , Heb. ^"fl' 1 ), a = basket, fruit-basket, etc., canistrum (so MV BeRy SS); but KapraKKos itself is possibly a Pers. or Shemit, loan-word; cf. esp. Fra 77 ' ; further conject. in Thes BeRy.) ^ J (cf. Ar. J 'jL , pi. JU1.1 stones, or stony 2>lace planted with trees; J^. stony; ^jr*-, Jj^ stony ground, stones ; hence foil., because stones were used in casting lots ; cf. Gk. jrrj<pos pebbh, vote; xvapos bean, lot). ^"Via n n.m. LvlM & (f Jos 2 1 10 , but v. infr.) f. lot, (NH id. & denom. Hiph. ^")3n cast lots) — abs. 'i Jos 1 6 1 + 5 1 1.; cstr. 7T& Jos 1 8" + 2 1., bii NU36 3 ; sf. "7f» + !6 5 , ^"ja J u i 3 , $rf» Pr i 14 , ihl Dn i2 13 , ifgh Ju i 3 , ^1 Je i 3 25 Is 57 6 . '&$* 1 Ch 26", Db-lia Jos i8 u + 2 t.; pi. niirjij Joni 7 +8t., niij-ja Lv i6 8 ;— a lot cast for the decision of questions Pr 1 8 18 , design- ation of persons, etc., for service or punishment, assignment of property, etc.; prob. stones put into the bosom-fold of a garment, Pr 1 6 s3 ('arms PBV p'na), or into a vessel, and shaken until one springs out ('"v5?, "£, or — late — '?3); this was regarded originally as divine decision (cf. on Urim & Thumraim p. 22, supr.); for the agent, the usual verbs are T??!', JTV, ]T)i, and ^BH. Particularly: — 1. lot for dividing land, esp. that which Joshua cast at Shiloh " *JDJ> Jos 18 6 (rTV) v 810 (both ipj^j all three sq. ? of pers. for whom; all JE); cf. 19" (P); so of lot coming up, or forth, i"6y Jos 18" (cstr.; P), also sq. p pers. 19 10 (P), & foil. c. *<£ 1 6' (JE), Nu 33 M Jos I9 umum. 3i « ^ P ). e divided by lot '33 pbtv N u 2 6 65 , or according to lot ?hm 'in •vfa v 56 ; apportion by lot bmm ' 5 ? 33 M 34 13 , ' 5a ^0? Jos 19 s1 ; give by lot '» RJJ Nu 36' 'S3 |nj Jos 2 1 8 (all P) 1 Ch 6 60 ; have by lot 'as 'b n;n j os 21 4 , & (rrn om.) v 6 - 6 (all P) cf. 1 Ch 6 UM ; also Jos 2i 10 (P; njfc**n 'an, only here f; ©—not ©L — om. rotr'tO, & so) || 1 Ch 6"; cf. further L534 17 (p b^sn). 2. lot for assigning to service, duty or punishment, a. concerning the goats on day of atonement, Lvi6 8 fa |na) v 8 -" (sq. ?); cf. v 910 fa flfo all P). b. assigning priests to their courses, singers, musicians & porters to their duties, by lot 'as p^pi 1 ch 24 s ; 'a h»n v 31 25 s 26" (sq. p of position) v 14 ; of lot coming forth (N£ ? pers.) 2 4 7 (cf. v 718 ) 25' (cf. v 9 " 31 ) 26 14 cf. iinia KW v 14 . c. cos< lots for dwelling in Jerus. ('3 ^Bn) Ne 1 1 ' (sq. inf.) d. for supply- ing wood for altar-fire Ne io 35 (-'y b^Bny, here belongs prob. also e. Ju 20 9 '33 HvV) ref. to v 10 (determining who shall go up, and who Supply provision) © avaf}r)<r6pfda in avrijv &

kt)p

@ Be Ke who ref. 'j here to division of land of captured city. f. to determine guilty persons Jon i 7 - 7 (both b*tt) v 17 fa !>B3) ; so appar. Ez 24 s of inhab. of Jerus. under fig. of flesh in pot 'a n'py ?Ba~tO no lot is fallen over it, i.e. no discrimination is made, destruction is to include the whole city; (cf. also Jos? 14 "' 1 S i4 41 "' where divine agency in detection is prominent but word ?"rta not used), g. in allotting slaves Jo 4 s '©y-'K 'a IT; Na 3 w fa IT); so Ob" 'a IT p^P^JJ, — all c. vb. IT q.v. b.. in distributing plun- dered garments ^ 2 2 "(/J? ^Bn). i. to determine favourable day for a scheme, b'Bn Est 3 7 (I9C *?.??) 9 24 (sq. inf.; v. also TS). 3. thing assigned, apportioned, allotted esp. of land assigned by lot, allotment Jos 15 1 17 1 21 88 (all P), i7 1417 = portion, share ( bra-, JE); cf.W^nj ^3]sru36 3 (P), t>rbm 7ft Jos 14 3 (P; but perh. rd.abs. Tjb cf.Di); alsoD^ia^sa iS n (P)theboundary of their allotment; chnSi^ 2 i w (P); v. further Ju i 3 - 5 ; so prob. Mi 2 6 'as bn Iffyl) (Hi Che; cf. also Ew); ^ 125 3 , land, exposed to oppressive exaction; also fig. of '< as portion, allotment of his people ^ 1 6 s (so Che, & on TDPl for T?^ cf. his crit. n.; v. alsoEw; otherwise De al.; — |pppn 1"I30); on the other hand, of idols Is 57 s (||PJ n ); also '3p ipy Dn 12 13 , of allotted portion, share, in the Messianic consummation ; more generally, one's portion, lot, fortune U3irtS ^BPI J?yii Pr 1 14 cast thy fortune into the midst of us, in with us (|| U93? IW ins D*?). 4. portion=recom- pence, retribution Is 17 14 ( [j P5T?), Je 13 s5 (|| ri3I3 1719), both implying divine agency. ■ha "* + |Vo]adj. raprrVl| p r i 9 19 Kt; < Qr "^11 cf.Vrss, AV EV Now Str al. I. [D^;)] vb. lay aside, leave, save (NH is shorten, occasion, bring about, to pass, Aram. D13 Pa. occasion, bring about, <p*^ab- scidit, decrevit, cf. also Ar. '^. cut off (fruit), shear (sheep); — on connexion of ideas v. Fl NHWB L437 ) Qal Pf. 3 pi. "»i£& tt$ tb Zp 3 s they have left nothing for the morrow, in fig. of cruel judges (dub. : al. fr. 11. [OTJ], v. Kau AT Dr). tD")2 n.[m.] bone, strength, self (?) (Ar. ly*. body, Aram. D13, oj!^ bone, self) — abs. DtF Gn 49 14 + 2t.; cstr. D"J| 2 K9 13 ; sf. VEn? Jb 40 18 ; — 1. bone Pr 1 7 s2 (coll.) 25 16 ; of behemoth (hippopot.) Jb 40 18 (|| DXJT q.v.) 2. strength Gn 49 14 D^3 "itan strong ass (lit. feomy, so VB). 3. «eZ/(cf. QW), 2 K 9 13 nibsjen Dia so Ges Ew Ke, but text dub., v. conjectures in Klo. •(•II. [D^2] vb.denom. break bones, break, —Pi. Impf EH* Dn^ribxyi Nu 2 4 8 (JE) j but also vp^jn n^n-nxi Ez 23 s4 (yet on txt. v. Co.) t^^^a adj. gent. c. art. 1 CI14 19 . nmao ~)2l (-/of foil.; ?cf. Ar. ^JJL, become ac- customed, worn smooth (of skin, garment, etc.) ; also grind grain vehemently; vid. further ■Jjjji what one Juts ground, of grain ; & place in which dates are dried= ^yif"). Tp2 n.m. threshing-floor (cf. further vulg. Ar. ,2,1a. stone basin, trough, mortar, etc. Dozy Lane, v'. Mohit 243 "- 7 )— p.3 Gn 50'°+ 27 t. (cstr. e.g. Gn 50 1011 2 S 6 6 ); Jfuns Mi 4 12 ; sf. VTfl Is 21 10 ; T?TJ Dt 15 14 i6 13 ;'pi. nianan! s 23' 1 , ITDifn Jo 2 s4 ; cstr. rrt3">3 Ho 9 1 — threshing- floor,(on formv.Eob^'^cf.FlNHWB'- 437 ) Gn 5o 10 -" (ntSNH '3) Nu i8 27 ('3n-p jj-j) Dt 15" 16 13 Ju 6 37 Eu 3 2 (Dn/yfrn 'j rn.t MM) v 3614 2 S 6 6 ^16.18.21.24 , Chl 39 2jl5.18.21.iB.28 2 Ch 3 * H09 1 ('« '=) v 2 Mi 4 12 Jb 39" cf. Di; '3 nonT) Nu 15 20 ; VntMnri NU18 30 ; of these, three' may be n.pr.loc.':— 10KH p.3 Gn 50 10 "; p) f$ 2 S 6 6 (cf.WeDr) = fT3 p.a iChi 3 9 ; place of storing corn, etc. 1 S 23 1 2 K 6 s7 Jo 2 24 ; open place at city-gate frip "W nna p.3 1 K 22 10 =2 Ch 18 9 , where kings of Isr.& Jud. sat (but this peculiar & text dub.; ® (in K) ckottAoi ; We om. ; @ Th Be E'Tia, agreeing with E'HJS preceding ; yet this elsewh. in Heb. only of animals); in simile of daughter of Babylon, Je 5 ^(trodden smooth) cf. fig. of Israel TfRi (II >n &™) Is 2 1 10 ; • • • • Y° '31? Ho 13 s . pa, "p"^3. v. sub rru. D"^3 vb. v. sub feH3. — T t[^^3] vb. diminish, restrain, with- draw (NH id., Aram. 1H3, •^.l^shave head, etc. ; cf. LjL swallow)— Qal' Impf n^.Jb^t 7 , JTW Ex 21 10 ; 2 ms. in?? Dt i3* + 3t.; im? Ez 5" (but cf. infr.), jna«l Ez 16 27 ; W>3n Ex ' 5 8 + 2 t.; /w/S'lsi'Ecs 14 ; iYnyV-i3Isi 5 2 (soBaer; v.d.H. nyna v . 5H3), nyia j e 48 s7 ; — 1. diminish, usually sq. ft? Ex 5' 819 (the tale of bricks), Dt 4 2 13 1 (in both, word of' ; opp. ^Din) cf. Ec 3", and also Je 26 s (c. ace.) ; c. ace. also Ex2i 10 (food etc.) cf. Ez 16 27 ; Pt. pass, diminished, clipped, of beard, Je 48 s7 and Is 15 2 (so Baer, rightly, cf. his note and v. JH3). 2. restrain Jbi5 4 (c.acc. nn'B' meditation, devotion), Jbi5 8 (c. ace. '"ID3PI, sq. 1 vK, i. e. unto, for thyself, monopolize; De Di Da render draw unto thy- self, appropriate ; Schult. comp. Ar. swallow, cf. Ew saugst zu dir ein Weisheit). 3. withdraw Jb 36 7 (obj. )>, eye, sq. ft?); Ez 5 11 absol. (si vera 1.) ; Co. reads '"P? 7 ??, for JH3N, on intern, grounds ; others : withdraw (thy needs) Sm (cf. 1 6 27 ) ; withdraw (mine eye) Ges Ke. Niph. Pf 1H331 consec. Lv 27 18 ; rqrjj)(| Nu 36 s ; Impf in?? Nu 2 7 4 36 4 , tyfl Nu 36*; I J»L 5T133 Nu 9 7 ; Pt. IT)?? Ex 5 11 ;— 1. be withdrawn c. )» Nu ggs.3.4 ^inheritance, rpna); Nu 27 4 a name out of a family; Ex 5 11 p?J DsrnhJJO); impers. Lv 27 18 (abatement shall be made). 2. be re- strained sq. inf. Nu 9 7 . Pi. Impf. IPJ^ Jb 36" withdraw = draw up c. ace. D?D" , Bt?3 cf. Di (on other hand, De al. draw down, let down). t [iiyOC] n.f. recess, rebatement (RV), i.e. ledge^ only pi., nui? nijnat? ffl3 iK6 f . t[*l lil] vb. sweep away (orig. shovel or scooj) up, away, cf. NH id., Ar. >-K».; Aram. 113, .3^, Eth. in deriv.)— DEH3 (|W»g ta) Ju 5 21 - t[Pf"ON] n.[m.] fist (® irvypi,, so 93; but % club, staff (1), & so SS, cf. esp. Ex 21 18 ;— NH s^-os)— ^sks iN fn«3 ^njn-ns t^'x nam Ex 21 1 ' 8 ; (cstr.) »?n *tyfa ntanb i' s 5 8 4 . t[r»"jaO] n.f. shovel (NH id.; Aram. Nriiai-iap ; Ar. Ij^ (v. Lane)) only pi. Dn'rib-isD Jo 1 17 (Thes clods, after Jewish interpreters, so AV EV, cf. however Me Joe ' 100t ; ® Me DH^nnx their cribs, of cattle ; mng. of clause dubious). WU 176 [H ]3] vb. drag, drag away (NH id., Ar. ^., Aram. 113, »^; As. gardru, run, Zim BP 102 ; ttna etc.)— Qal Impf. s f. W$» Hb i 15 , BTjbj Pr 2 1 Jrai? away, fishes in net, fig. Hb 1 I5 (Chal- deans, their opponents); violence, the wicked Pr 2 i 7 . JTiph. (rd. Qal? Sam. "rtSJ cf. Di) Impf. "JSP Lv 1 1 7 c. ace. cogn. ~WP& "lJ=(tl») cm<£ A« eheweth not, cf. also Dt 1 4 8 Sam. ® (Di). Po'al Pt. (denom. j so NH Qal & Niph.) nrnJD '"H 3 . 1 ? 3 1 K 7' saiore with the saw. Hithpo. " 1 ^ 31 ?'? "'S? Je 30 23 a (sweeping) roaring whirl- wind (|| 23 19 has ^nno). On WriaiT Ho 7", v. I. -vn, 111. f 1. rn2 n.f . cud ( Ar. »!&., so called fr. sound of rumination 1) — rna Lv 1 1 3 + iot. — cud, only in legislation of clean and unclean animals, and almost always c. ('— , 11_, fl_) iyPD Lv 1 1»****" (P) Dt i 4 6 - 6 - 7 ; ■$ '3 (cf. mj Niph.) Lv 11 7 ; Dt 1 4 s has fna without vb., but read there as Lv 1 1 7 (so Sam. ® Di). tn. r03 n.f. a weight, 20th part of shekel, gerah (As. gird, Zehnpfund 1 * 81 - 606 )— DTS Ex 3o' 3 + 4 t. — Only in definition of 7$, c. num. D^y Ex 30 13 Lv 27 s6 Nu 3 47 18 16 Ez 45 12 . t [l2")a] n.m. berry (NH id), B>5na WTfJI W»f Is 17 6 . tn'i"1il">3 n.f. pi. neck (on format, cf. Ba kbm — ■frhr^ Pr i 9 3 s2 , inii?"]3 Pr 3 3 , ^nna-ia 21 — always in fig., instruction of parents an ornament, a chain upon neck Pr 1', bind them upon thy neck 6 21 ; so of mercy & truth 3 s , cf. v 22 . trTOQ n.f. saw (NH id., perh. from its harsh dragging sound) — i"H3.tp 2 S 12 31 * + 2 t.; pi. nrutp 1 Ch 20 3 (<nn»o 2 S i2 SIb )— saw, used in cutting stone "T13B3 TrtT)3D iKf; used in torture (or as tools for enforced labour) of captives 2 S 12 31 * 1 Ch 20 3B . t"1">3 n.pr.loc. south of Gaza, usually identif. with mod. Umm Jerdr Bd p *' "* Guerin '""•"• *"■; but Wady Jerur W. of 'Am Kadis ace. to Trumbull K * dMhB * n ' w6la cf. Guthe ZPVvl "- U86 - mi ; Gn 20 2 26 6 - 20 - 26 2 Ch 14 1213 ; tlffi Gn io 19 1 ; r» i>na Gn 26 17 ; "nj? -w Gn 20 1 . li'H J (Ar. (jila. &ray, pound, grind coarse, Aram. D"ia (rare) crush, *c*Ji^cruslied, «aoI^ crush, destroy ; cf. following). t[PH3] vb. be crushed (Aram. rfoJ^[6e crushed^) perish — ■ Qal Pf. 3 fs. npia ^ 1 1 9 20 fig. ? VM '3 my somZ is crushed (i. e. perisheth : cf. Syr.) with longing for (cf. ? '"'??)• Hiph. Impf. W K?F 3 D-»?»l La 3 16 and he hath cruslied my teeth with gravel, fig. of divine chastisement. T U?"<3 n.[m.] a crushing, but only concrete of that which is crushed, groats, grits (cf. Ar. ijkr*, NH Dnjl, Aram, (rare) KBH3, tTDVia, U^)— ^"1? ^ B>K3 ^ 3"?? Lv 2» 2/owrw? ears parched with fire, groats (&) fresh fruit (v. Sifra ad loc); (WDBtol) FlbnaD Lv 2". t[t£H2] vb. drive out, cast out (NH id., Aram. B 5 !? Pa. Ithp. of divorce, MI 19 nenn) — Qal Impf. *h£! Is 57 20 ; /w/. sf. HEnac Ez 36 s infr. ; Pt. act. B^.a Ex 3 4 ' ' ; ;><ms. f. HBTia' Lv 2 1 7 + 4 t. ; — cast out, thrust out, the Amorites Ex 34 11 (JE ; c. V.f*?); waters, mire and dirt B*BT B*9J Is 57 20 ; pass, only of divorced woman Lv 2 1 7 (sq. i^'XD; elsewh. with '"I3DJ5K widow), v u 22 13 (all H), Nu 30 10 (P) Ez 44 s2 . On PlBnjD Ez 3 6 5 as Aram. Inf. cf. Ges* 45 ' 1 -"- Kb 11 "; Co del., on intern, grounds, cf. ©. Niph.. Pf. ^ Is 57 20 ; 3 fs- "^Fl consec. Am. 8 8 ; *B^2JJ Jon 2 s ; — 6« driven away, sq. TJ'J? ^J??, i.e. from the presence of Yahweh Jon 2 5 ; be driven, tossed, as the Nile Am 8 8 ; of the sea Is 57 20 rel. cl., "Wty om., 7i&e the sea that is tossed. Pi. Pf. 3 fs.' n^JJ) consec. Ex 23 s8 ; nfia Gn 4 14 , sf. 3 mpl.t01?Bh« consec. Ex2 3 31 ; Wn3;!Ex33 2 , sf. WFifli Ez'31 1 " 1 (so Z 33, not ©; cf.'Cos conj.); vn^nai'consec. Nu 22 11 ; 3 pi. sf. WBha 1 S 26 19 ; Impf. Bh£ Ex 1 1 Bna;i Gn 3 24 + 6 1. ; sf. inena^i ^ o 4 > DBna' Ex 6 1 ; 2 ms. Bnan J, 80 9 , BhaVn T J 1 7 *• - ;|T; 7 ™| IT ' Vj I Jos 24 12 ; EnaK J u 2 3 , En;«l T Ju 6 9 ; sf. 3 ms. laBhaS Ex 23 19 ' 30 Nu 2 2 6 ; DKhas Ho 9 15 ; ShJJl Ju ii 2 ; nwhi; Zp.2 4 , raiKna^i Ex'2 17 ; 2 mpl. ^an Mi 2', W";^! Ju 1 1 7 ; J»/.c8tr. Bhap 1 Ch 1 7 21 '+ || 2 S 7 s Gei We Dr, for MT -ynttb; WBha t 5» 2 Ch 20 11 ; abs. id. Ex n 1 ; /mi;. BH3 Gn 2'i 10 Pr 22 10 ;— drive out, away, Hex all JE, incl. poem Dt 33 ; ( subj.), Adam fr. garden Gn 3 s4 cf. Cain Gn 4 14 (sq. JD loc, & so 21 1.), David (men subj.) I S26 19 , id. (Abimelech subj.) ■<//■ 34 1 (title), Hagar (Abr. subj.) Gn 21 10 cf. scorner, Pr 22 10 daughters of Beuel (subj. shepherds) Ex 2 17 ; Moses and Aaron fr. Pharaoh's presence (indef. subj.) Exio 11 ; Gaal etc. (subj. Zebul) Ju 9 41 (sq. }D c. Inf.), Jephthah (Gil. subj.) Ju 1 1 2 - 7 ; Abiathar (subj. Sol.) 1 K 2 27 (sq. JO c. Inf.) wicked fr. temple ( subj.) Ho 9 15 ; women fr. houses (nobles subj.) Mi 2 9 ; oft. of Canaanites tiha 33 2 . (hornet subj.) EX23 28 J0S24 12 cf. Ex 23 31 (Israel subj.); also ('" subj.; cf. MI 19 ) Ex 23 Dt 33 s7 Jos 24 18 Ju 2 3 6 9 ^ 78 s5 8o» 1 Ch 1 7 of Israel from Egypt (subj. Pharaoh) Ex6' 1 1 11 ; from land of Moab (subj. Balak) Nu 2 2 811 ; Judah from Canaan (subj. Moab & Ammon) 2CI120 11 ; Egypt from her land ('» subj.) Ez 31 11 (but cf. text, supr.); Ashdod (indef. subj.) Zp 2 4 . tPn. Pf •*« subj. Israelites Ex 12 39 ; Tmpf. 'Ehj) su kj- despised and miserable outcasts Jb 30 5 both sq. JD loc. ' [^?.?] »■[»•] thing thrust or put forth, yield; cstr. WTV> t tty Dt 33 14 yield, produce of moons &®W Jlifl3Jjl; i.e. produce in its seasons, cf. Di. T [nffi ,! n3] n.f. expulsion, violence. Only pi. sf. Dyntjn? EZ45 9 your acts of expulsion (cf. Ew Da; ' Raubereien' Sm Co). TECTlil n.pr.m. 1. son of Moses & Sip- porah Ex 2 s2 (expl. as if fr. Tia) = 18 3 ; DWnji 1 CI123 1516 26 24 ; so also Dfena Ju 18 30 MT"f3 nj^O cf. VB. 2. a son of Levi Dfcha 1 Ch 6 1 •» 7 (cf. Jitra); Ciena 1 Ch a 2 - 5 - 47 - 56 . ' 3. a son of Phinehas Ezr 8 2 . tpttTO n.pr.m. son of Levi (=DBhj 1 Ch 128 15 7 D1BHJ 1 Ch 6 2 - 5 - 47 - 56 ) Gn 46 11 Ex 6 18 -' 7 Nu gi7.i8.2i.as 4 aj8.« ^7 10 i? 26 57 j os 2 1 6 - 27 1CI15 27 s (particularly in expression sons of Gershon, i.e. family, descendants of Gershon Nu 3 25 4 22 - 38 - 41 7 7 io 17 Jos 2 1 6 - 27 ; cf. sore* of Gershom 1 Ch 47.56 I5 7) T^tZT)} adj. gent. c. art. as subst. collect. Nu 3***^*** 2 6 57 Jos 2I 33 I Ch2 3 7 26 21 2 Ch 29 12 ; c. art. as adj. sing. m. 1 Ch 26 21 29 s . BTUVS n.m. * * 2 common, common-land, open land (perhaps orig. pasture-land, as place of [cattle] driving) — abs. 'd Ez 45 s + 2t. + Ez 4 8 15 (Co H|H»); cstr. Eh?0 Lv 25 s4 2CI131 19 ; (onacn?t?Ez36 5 cf.Bn3); elsewh.pl., abs. niehSO Ez 27 s8 (Baer) ; Co nKtyno assumed fr. Wl, cf. ©; cstr. "fjfi NU35 4 + 2 t.; sf. PpJJO Jos 2 1 I313 + 42 1. ; nenat? Jos 2 1 n + 46 1. in Jos 2 1 (generally A or : but also ,. v 21 ) ; Dn'EOJD Nu 35 3 + 4 t.; I5T1J? Nu 35 7 + 8 L— common- land, usually pi., and usually as attached to a city or town, esp. as surrounding Levitical cities Nu 3 g 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 7 Jos 1 4 4 2 1 2 -)- 5 5 1. Jos 21 (all P; in Codd. & old Vrss. are two vv. Jos 21, betw. v 35 - 36 , with 'o 4 1.; om. Mass., Edd., Baer, but cf. Theile, & Di ad loc); 1 Ch6 40 +4ot. 1 Ch 6; 13 2 2 Ch n 14 ; so also 'O Trip Lv 25 s4 (H), 'D 'Hb 2 CI131 19 ; lands surrounding the rara holy city Ez 48 1617 ; open land or space about the temple Ez 45 s ; only 1 Ch 5" filB' ^JEr^S of (pasture-)lands in a district, cf. JPbC— Ez 2 7 28 nifch3D, if true text,=open country about Tyre (opp. sea, cf. context), but v. Da & cf. supr. YThJi v. lU sub 11. m Otfcfa/Vof foil.; cf. Ar. ^ be bulky, massive, LL». body, Syr. ^aajK^iW.) < ti. Dtf2 n.pr.m. an opponent of Nehemiah Ne 2 19 6 1 (in both called ^n) ; v 2 ; also 1CB>3 6 6 ; 1 as in Nab. n.pr. cf. No in Eut !, * bTS . tn. Qtt?2 n.m. Gn712 rain, shower (NH id., conn.wi. above •/dub.) — abs/j Gn 7 ,2 + ; OVi 1 K 1 8 41 + ; cstr. DB>5 Jb 3 7 s - 8 + ; pi. D , OB i 3 Ezr 1 o 913 ; cstr. "Ofi Ez 34 26 ; sf. Q^Otf? Lv26 4 ; Dn'Ot?a V'lOS 32 ; — rain, shower Gn7 12 8 2 (both J) Lv 26 4 (H) Ho 6 3 Am 4 7 Je 5 24 14 4 Is 44 14 55 10 Ez i 28 Jo 2 23 (|| rrjte, vhpbo); 1 k 17 714 1 8* ('a hna) 2 K 3 17 Pr 25 1423 Ec 11 3 Ct 2 11 v 105 32 , IDC Ezr io 9 and because of the rains, cf. v 13 ; 'an jton *>ip 1 K 18 41 cf. v 44 Zc 14 17 Ec 12 2 ; Db3 iW nintit? % nao Jb 37 s ; W>pw Zc io 1 ; 'd nibia 'a + 68 10 ; fig. of blessing Ez 34*, nana '3 v 28 ; of destruction »ffiW '3 Ez 13 1113 cf. 38 s2 .' t[OtT'J] vb.denom. (cf. NH Qal Pt. pass. & Hoph.)— Pu. Pf 3 fs. not?3 Ez 2 2 s4 6e ratned wpo» (aefa Baer, but v. Ke Sm). Hiph. cause or send rain, Pt. D^OBOD J e 14 23 . t[D#2] n.[m.] nc^Ez 22 24 (or -nDf? from 02*3 ?) ace. to punct. ; but cf. sub DV3 vb. SDttJa n.pr., v. 1. DP3. tjttja n.pr .loc. (on etym. cf. Di Gn 45 10 )— 1. district in Egypt E. of lower Nile, v. Eb 08 m «■ ; Naville GMl "» ,887 , who rds. hierogl. Kesem, but cf. Groft - ^ 1 "- 627 (© r*<rf M ('Apa/Smr)) — 1^3 J>nS Gn 45 10 (JE) 4 6 M 47'"- 8 - 27 50 8 Ex 8 18 9 26 (all J); fi nsnNGn 4 6 28 (J); "3^3 v 28 - 29 (both J), in both © icaff 'Hpwav n6iv cf. Di. (P has land DDDjn 47" etc., cf. Di Gn 45 10 ). 2. pN Ipn Jos n 16 (D), |E*3 H? J os io 41 (D), '^3 Jos 1 5 61 (P) (® in all roo-o/i) a city named with ph & ri?3 cf. Di. — not clearly located, but on southern border of Judah. TNEtM n.pr.m. named after Nn'X a8 an officer of Nethinim Ne n 21 ; v. om. B ; ©L & Codd. Vea-cjya ; name not elsewhere in OT, not even || 1 Ch 9 ; possibly corrupted from NSK'n N -una •un Ne 7" (following Nnv ; in || Ezr 2 43 KBIB'n, KITS), © 'Acr^a (B; Codd. A<r<4<», etc.); cf. BeRy. "lt£0 (vcf foil. Cf. As. gaSdru, strengthen, make firm Lotz TPEegl5t,,r ; Ar. ILL 6e Jota, also arch a oridge, cf. J°Tf- , J " -f bridge, NH 1^3 «£, Aram. ^f>3, ]t^. J£*4j- T^ltM u.pr.m. (bridged or land of bridges'! cf. Wetzst B * ,,rM - 8:! ). 1. of people, =n^jn Jos i 3 13 cf. 1 Ch 2 23 . 2. of land 1^3 ^O 2 S3 3 1 3 s7 ef. V s8 (but text in disorder cf. ® WeDr) 1 4 31 15 8 D™? '3? i Ch 3 2 , rrnty 2 S 14 s3 ; a terri- tory E. of the upper Jordan, exact limits un- known ; ace. to Guthe zpv * IL1889,232f ' between Gilead and Hermon, in Jauldn; ace. to Furrer ib.du.unus _ the Ledjah, district E. of Jaulan, with town Jisre; against him Guthe" ,,888t ' "M/Kra adj. gent. =subst. 1W; 1. people dwelling in Geshur (supr.) Dt 3" Jos 12 s 13" 13 . 2. a tribe of, or near, the Philistines Jos 13 s , also 1 S27 8 , but del ® (not ®L) cf. We Dr; rd. possibly mete Horn AuM, " ,l<1SM) - 9 ; 2 S 2 9 rd. in for mewi. + [t^t£0] *k feel with the hand, feel, stroke (NH id., Ar. JLL , Aram. && Pa., u^; Eth. 7rtrt: or 7iW: stroke, touch)— Pi. Imp/. pi. coh. nf&n Is 59 10 , iWtfja ib., grope, grojie for cf. Che. P| wine-press. H5 n.pr. flit adj .gent. DVQ n.pr.loc. rVflS adj. v. sub p». '"V7| ■4**J*" ( v unknown) a son of Aram Gnio^iChi".