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

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ח

n, 1160:, 8th letter; = numeral 8 in post BHeb.

[1h], ~35! v. sub :un.

T3630] vb.withdmw,hlds (not in on) ;

cf. also nan (NH id; A.~.'Lf;;; Eth. «in: As. Mn: Dl'm'; :: Ethpn. hide amazfymph Pf: 3 ms. @713, Ju 9’+I S 10" a S 17‘ (both msybept); ’5' Gn31”;’,_:consec.1819’; 1N: Jos 10‘”; was; Jb 29m; Impf. : ms. “3 .1115"; Inf. mason 2 Ch 18" D11 10’; Pt. pl. (cf. also Jos 10", etc.»— hide oneself in fear Sn 3‘“ (J), J os mm” (all JE), .Tu 9‘ x S xg‘ 2817' Am 9‘ zChIS“ Dn 197; from modesty 1 Bio“; of. Jh 29"; also [has lanai]; my? Gn 31‘”(E),i,e. why didst thou flee secretly? pass..b¢ hidden Jbzg‘“ swag 5w

(“m-353i ugh? lamb, cf. also v. 9) i.e. in

reverence, = hushed (so we speak of"): veiled voice); be hidden for protection M? W; J!) 5". Pu. Pf 3 p1. a“?! have been hidden (=sre made to hide themselves, Di mi Zoe.) Jb 24‘. mph. 17. 3 ms. sf. smug Is ‘9'; 3 {3. TI Jos 6", cf. Gesmm’" Kismm elm; Imp]; .‘3'33‘. 1K 18‘; 3 fs. 33513! I K 6"; 839(5) 1 K 18";—hid¢, trims, 1:. am. Jo: 6'“ x K 18‘“ 2 K5”; metaph, of divine pm faction Is 49' 'n h; “an. naph. Pf. be hid- den mam Ii "mania: 059;), i.e. imprisoned. Eithp. Pf. I S I4"; [01sz l S 23‘“; ’WfiGna'; mam-11:38”; manor: 1513'; PL 2Kn’+2t.; D'$§D§|DISI4”ICh ax”;—1. draw back, hidd Mel], mm. c. loc.; Gn 3‘0), 1 S 13' I4“"‘23" 2 K n” I Ch 11" 2 Ch 22"". 2. draw together, thicken,

harden, of water becoming ins Jb 38’" DR: Tug: nun,

TRENT; n.[n:.] hiding-place, only cstr. '31,! '"J. U“ 3.2!??? Is 32’ Ming-111M: from wind.

HR: _] n.[m.] id..p1.rbrr mags-j 5‘37; Dw' NJI'In‘ W 1 S :3”.

’r[:1:_1f1]vh. love (NH Pi. id; An; be laud,- Elh. ’hhflfl: arms alicujm iiwmdi Di; Am. a: kindle, 65 m onfirs, as; 33'] lav-e, embracz, N?“ PL ‘1'! 5‘“ 1;!” Dt33’ (Di 1113.139, 01'. (M).

T[:h] n.[m.] bosom (Arum) '35; rings? 3mg Jb31”(cf. Pm

l3?“ n.pr.m. (of. Ph. n.pr. :n; We““’" “mm suggests camper. with VLL Japan!)—

son of Reuel. {UT of Moses (v. Inn). Nu m"(J E), Ju d“; ins. ’n pmh. also Ju l", v. GFM.

1.13:3 n.pr.ln. n descendant of Asher, I Ch 7" (“L "E‘QL 5° Q'; >1“ "95?)-

finzyj] vb. withdraw, hide, of. yarn;— Qal Imv. ms. Is 26" form, 01"” Ew""Du; Di 1115‘ an), withdraw into privacy (n Tu, N . mph Pf- conssc. .1849”; consec. Jos z"(JE); Inf. was? (as 2W5) i K m 2 K 7 withdrma, hide oneself; lit. Jun 2" (JE), ml. .19. a K 7%.

10m; I K 22”; of Esau=Edam, hiding from

judgment of", 533‘ N5 Je49‘",ss pointed, meant no doubt as pfi, hut constr. then hard; id. rather inf. abs. “35!; so Gf Gie al. (v. Ka L m).

“it”: n.[m.] hiding, hidJngAphos, or <voil,‘envelopa, only cats. ’n Rh 3‘ (<@@Hi—St(}r nmmhmmmrms").

1.11ng Lynn. head of n priestly himin Er, 2.1:)“, 7H (m d. H. Eu- mag ; Ne rugs,








won 286 marg. nj3ri; c f. Baer's note on Ezr 2 61 ; ® Ezr Aa/3f«j, ©L QBovta, A 0/3ma, ® Ne E/9«a, ©L A/3ta, K Adnti). JT'Sn, PP^n v. foregoing. TOPP v. nan su b nan. T' , 3n: n.pr.m. a Naphtalite, one of the Hebrew spies Nu 1 3 4 (P). t[J3Iin] vb. beat off, beat out (NH id., strike, beat, Ar. WI£, Aram, fc^--, &5D) — Qal Imp/, can: is 27"; 3 fs. tsanni Eu 2 17 ; 2 ms. oanri Dt 24 20 ; P«. can j u 6";— 1. 6<?a< off, tyl Dt 24 20 . 2. beat out (grain), Gideon nia D'tsn Can J u 6", so Ru 2 17 , of small quanti- ties ; — distinct fr. threshing on open floor, with cattle; fig. of '»'s judgment, and subsequent gathering of Isr. Is 2 7 12 (no obj. expr.), so Che Di Du; Ges Hi KnBrd place sub 1 ; VB un- decided. Niph. Impf. Ban* Is 28 s7 fennel (nsp) beaten out nBB3.

  • ^ti, iron, rron v . sub nan.

tt -:' t • -: tt t: ]i' , in v. sub nan. fl. [73111] vb. bind, pledge (Ar. jj^ bind; cf. Aram. *^JL. , ^-LL travail; bin pledge (but rare and dub.); esp. 11-.T. cord, field, toan corrf, JLw, K?an pain, esp. of travail; Sab. 73n border-territory, or _^eZcZ, Sab.Denkm. 48<9 ; Eth. rfiflrt; Zim BP93 °-, comp. As. nahbalu, rope, snare (but A=_.))— Qal Pf. inn Ez 18 16 Impf. bn: Dt 2 4 6 ; 2 ms. b'anri Dt 2 4 ' 7 ; bsnn Ez 22^ Jb 22"; ^an: Jb 24 s ; &irr jb

s ; Imv. sf. Inban p r 2 o" 27 13 ; 7»i/ abs. bin 

Ex 22 25 ; P<. act. bh Dt 24 s , cf. DS>3h Zc ii 714 (name of Sl>0); jrass. Q'i'an Am 2 8 ; — 1. bind, only in Evan, name of one of Zee's symbolic staves, Zc 1 i 714 symbol, of fraternity. Esp. 2. bind by taking a pledge of, hold by a pledge, sq.acc. pers. Pr2o 16 27 13 Jb 22 6 ; take or hold in pledge, sq.acc.reiEx22 25 (JE),Dt24 6 - 6 - 17 Jb 24 s ; sq. ace. cogn. bhri Ez 18 16 ; ^air ^j^J* Jb 24° prob. pregn. (v. Di) takepledges (getting power) overthepoor; Q?3n DHJ3 Am 2 s garments taken in pledge. ITiph. Impf. b 7MJ Pr 1 3 13 becometh pledged to it (i. e. pledged to pay the penalty, opp. Dk ; ;), so Ew Hi De Now Str RV m VB. >sub II. ?an q. v . Pi. pf 3 f g . r6an Ct 8 s ; yfef) Ct 8 s ; Impf. "ban; f f*;— writhe, twist, hence travail; of mother Ct 8" (c. ace. of child; IIT!^'); metaph. of wicked man

■«£ 1V1 boj im rarijw* & • 7 is

'VIT *fj T T Tt; 'v^t v - . T / ' f I. Vnn n.m. Jos2 - I4 f. 4Z » «• ■ (but v. infr.) cord, territory, band ; 'n abs. Jos 2 15 + ; cstr. Dt 3 4 + , bsn Jos io 2 "; sf.^an jb 18 10 ; pi. cbn 2 S 8 2 + iot. +EZ47 13 Jb2i 7 v.infr.; cstr. ^an Jos «7*+5t.J '.^n ^u6 3 +2 t. + f i8 5 (rd. nsBto v. infr.); sf. I^aq Is 33 s3 ; vbn Is 33 2 °;— 1. cord, rope, by which men were lowered Jos 2 15 (JE), Je 3 8 6 ' 112 > 3 , or stones dragged 2 S 17 13 ; of tents Is 33 20 ; tackling of ship v 23 ; for bind- ing Ez 27" Jb 40 25 Est i 6 ; symbol of captivity or subjection 1 K 20 3132 ; fig. of snare for wicked Jb i8 10 (||in"]3J>0), set by wicked f 140' (|| H§); yjr 1 1 9 61 cords of wicked men have surrounded me; of wicked held inXEn ^3n3 Pr 5^; Tl N lf n Is 5 18 cords (ropes) of wickedness (|| ni3J?3 n ^n); of cords of distress (ty) Jb 3 6 8 (|| ffR); so njD i^3n (prob.) y- 1 16 3 , Jte' ban ^ i8 6 =

S 22 6 (|| DID 'B'piD);— for DID »|£n ,/, 18 5 rd. 

na^D, v . 2 S 2 2 5 and II ^b bflJ, De Che Bae; to draw D"1« vans Ho ii 4 (i.e. humanely, kindly); of cord of life ^DBn ?3n Ec 1 2 s . 2. measuring-cord, line n'TO'n Zc 2 5 ; so Tl alone 2 S 8 2 - 22 Am 7' 7 Mi 2 5 ^ 78 s5 ; fig. (of favoured life) yff 16 5 ; in gen. of one's portion, fortune Jb 2 1 17 ace. to X Thes Add. Ew Di al., but < v. ?9 n . Thence 3. measured portion, lot, part, region, IT^JJ Tl inherited portion Dt 32° 1 Ch 1 6 18 = V' 105 11 ; also 'n alone Jos 17 514 19 9 EZ47 13 (B^an ; 93 3; rd. as dual, v. Ew Sm Da al. ; Co del. on intern, grounds); of particular regions aa")S ti Dt3 41314 1K4 13 ; an?8 Ti Josip 29 (si veral., ^WMM"-"'); D T >n / nZp 2 5 ; also v 6 , but 'n nn'n here dub.; Sta prop. 2 fs. T)n, and del. Cn 'n; without D^n, v 7 . 4. band, company of prophets 1 S io 510 . — 11. 72n v. sub n. 33IJ. t^n n.m. J" 66 ' 7 (but v. Je 4 9 24 ) pain, pang; — 'nabs. Is 66'; elsewh. pi. Q'^n Is 13 8 + 3t. + Jb2i ,7 v. infr.; cstr. 'ban Ho 13"; sf. v^an is 2 6 17 ; anb3ri Jb 39 3 (on sf. v. Ges Sis6.6,bi^. — p a i ni pang: 1. pains of travail: a. obj. of nin^n Jb 39 s meton. for offspring (II W~!?- ," v. Di ; of goats and hinds), b. sim. of distress of exiles Is 26 17 ; fig. of anguish of ban

■an nations fKe& D^am Dn'S I s j 3 » (|| (I^IT .T1.bi»3), also Je 13 21 2 2 s3 49 24 ; of crisis of redemption Ho i3' 3 (|| nnbV' ^an), of birth of new Isr. Is 66 7 . 2. of other than birth-pangs only Dv3n Jb 2 1 17 ; pains, pangs, sorrows (so ©93 Thes, — otherwise Add.— RobGes Hi Da al.; ||V-1? "0, DTK N3J); > others, portion, fortune, v. .'an.

7in n.[m.] pledge (as binding)— 'n 3^ 

Ez 18 12 33 15 ; as cogn. ace. c. ban Ez i8 16 . t [nban] n.f. id. (on format, cf. Lg™ ™)— irtan Ez 18 7 . T73n n.[m.] prob. mast (as corded or roped in place ; denom. fr. •'5^) — only in sim. of drunken man Tl Btfrffl astf Pr 23 s4 (opp. DJ-aba 335?) i.e. in the lookout-basket at the mast-head, cf. Thes in carchesio. — ® S3 read 73H. T 72P1 n.m. sailor (denom. fr. 73n ; i. e. rope-puller)— Djn bh Ez 2^; t£? n Ez 2? 8 - 5728 ; coll. ^?hn 31 i.e. the captain Jon i«. TD^b^n n.[m.]pl. union (lit. binders) name of Zee's second symbolic staff Zc 1 1 7 and c. art. v 14 . See ->an 1. t [n . 2nO] n.f. direction, counsel (prob. orig. of rope-pulling, i. e. steering, directing a ship, v. ?3h, so Thes; v. De Pri 6 ); — only pi. and only WisdLt. rVtann a bs. Pr i 6 +3t.; cstr. Pr 12 6 ; sf. lriirtann Jb 37 12 — direction, guidance (i. e. by God) Jb 37 12 (of thunder cloud); counsels of wicked (D^BH) Pr 12 s (opp. D'p'HS niaB'TO); gen. good, wise counsels Pr i 6 ; n" (|| W*), *4 6 {id.); 20 18 (|| njfj?). II. 7^n vb. act (ruinously) corruptly — T (NH to!, wound, injure/ Ar. Jli corrupt or render unsound (the mind, a limb, etc.), J*-» be deranged (in mind); As. habdlu, injure, VR 62 - 11 ; Aram.'** > aJl, ^?n corrupt, ruin; Eth. 1"*lflrt: 6e arrogant, audacious; Sab. 73fi DHM E P igr.D e „km.«. cf _ p alm . Ip 2n mortuus Vog No - 161 and oft.)— Qal P/. 1 pi. «brin Ne i 7 ; /mp/ 1 s. ?3nx Jb 34 31 ; 7«/i cs£r. (u^ed as abs.) Ne I 7 ; — act corruptly against, ? 13P3n ?3n Nei 7 ; abs. Jb 34 31 . Niph. Impf. & brn p r I3 » 8 / ia «  ie miwcZ (j> reflex.), Thes RobGes AV RV, but <I. ?3PI (q. v.) Pi. ruin, destroy: Pf.

ms. consec. TV n'tWO nx %n) Ec 5 s , subj. 

God. Impf. 3fs. po? ban) bwi Mi 2 10 that destroyeth, even with sore destruction ; but rd. rather '3 Tl v3nn ye shall be destroyed with etc., so © Roorda Che. Inf. cstr. ?3np c. ace, the poor Is 32 7 , the land 13 6 ; abs. 54"; cf. Pt. pi. DvanD Ct 2 n c. ace. of foxes ruining vineyards. Pu. Pf. 3 ms. ?ani consec. Is io 27 of yoke, be ruined,, broken, si vera ].; K gjphxiu.i 88 6, P .«i prop t, nn , ( cf al8Q Cnedt.-.. and rem. by Di Du; 3 fs. '"V 3 .^ Jb 17 1 my spirit is broken (||tt5?]3 'D*); /mp/. 2 mpl. v3nn Mi 2 10 (emend.: v. supr.) tn. 7!in tt-m- destruction — pO? ?3in Mi 2 10 ; cf. 11. bn Pi. Trfr^jin n.f. meadow-saffron or crocus (colchicum aulumnale, Linn.) (Syr. IV'-^ jmL , v. Ges €omm - Is3! ' 1 Lb w »- l74 ' N °- 128 ; As. habasillatu VR 3462 is a marsh-plant, reed; cf. Zim BPM Dl HAMirrM. alg0 che lc -and crit. n.);— fn$r Tl D'pejjri nj^W Ct 2 1 (fig. of Shulamite), ?JO] ! r6s3H3 impn] n3Tj| Is 35 1 (narcissus Che 1 " 6 ' 1 cf. Conder 11 *' 1878 ' 46 Tristr 1 ™ 8476 al.) tnj3SOT n.pr.m. a Rechabite Je 35 s , © Xa/3a<r(«)ii'. ^[p?^] ▼&• clasp, embrace (NH t'oJ.y 3! p30; Mand. «ttJL», NSyr. >aa- ; Ar. (JI* "■ collect one's possessions, etc., Frey) — Qal Inf. Ptajji EC3 5 ; i 5 *. P?h Ec4 5 ; njjBh 2K4";— embrace, c. ace. |3 2 K 4 16 ; VT Ec 4 s (said of imparl = fold his arms, i.e. be idle; cf. P?n); no obj.' expr. Ec 3 5 (|| Pi). Pi. Pf. W? Jb 24 s La 4 s ; Impf. parn Gn 48 10 ; - PfD»l Gn 29 13 ; WIB^HJI Gn 33 4 ; 3 fs. sf. "Opjann Ct 2« 8 3 ; 2 ms. pawn p r5 M , 8 f. nspjnn p r4 s ; i n f pan Ec 3 5 ; — embrace of pers., no obj. pano phi? DJJ EC3 5 (||Qal); sq. {> Gn2 9 ' 3 (J), 4 8»(E); sq. sf. 3 3 4 (J), Pr 4 8 Ct 2 6 8 3 ; c. ace. Pr 5 s0 ; embrace TW for want of shelter Jb 24 s (of poor); embrace refuse-heaps mnctyx La 4% i.e. are outcasts. Tp2n n.[nx.] a clasping, folding of the hands.^only cstr. 335?i> B*TJ Tl tsyo Pr 6 10 24 s3 (cf. pan Qal). TpljPZn n.pr.m. the prophet Habakkuk Hb 1 1 3 1 ; © 'A/iPaKovp (As. hambakUku is name of a plant, Dl HAM ' Pr ", so j-i-a- in Yemen (Schweinfurth) v. Hom AuMt " n - A ^ i8M272s ). ["l^fl] vb. unite (usu. intr.), be joined, tie a magic knot or spell, charm (NH id.; ■an

■an Eth. "htiii yet As. [aodrtt], ubburu, bind, ban (of spells), ebru, friend, and many deriv., Dl wsiff.. Aram. iiL,^?D and many deriv.; cf. Ph. n. "On associate)— Qal Pf. 3 mpl. VOn Gn 14 s ; Pt. act. m. -an Dt 18", lain ^ 5 8 6 ; fpl. n*oh Ex 26" +2 t. + Ez i» (cf. infr.), ni-oin Ezi "; Ft. pass. cstr. "nan Ho 4" (yet. v. infr.) ; — 1. unite, be joined: a. of allies, sq. "?§ loc. Gn 14 3 , constr. praegn. = came as allies unto; pt. pass. fig. triBK DOSy nun Ho 4 17 #pAr. is joined to idols (but We rds. "OH, v. "on 2 d, and cf. VOn Is 44 1 ', *|rron Mai 2 14 ). b. of one thing reaching to, touching another ; wings of Ezek.'s living creatures sq. "?K rei, Ez I 9 (del. © B Co, but v. Sm); cf. B*K 'n v 11 , i.e. joining each one (trans.), < © <3 Co TON 'n nmriN-px (as v 9 ), united each to the other; so of curtains of tabernacle, sq. "?*? rei Ex 26 s3 ; abs. joined toyetlier, of shoulderpieces of ephod EX28 7 (all P; cf. also Fu). 2. tie magic knots, charm (RS""""- 1886 - 123 thinks mng. charm is der. fr. nectere verba, and comp. Ar. -Li, narrative); only c. ace. cogn. "an 'n Dt 18" (in a long series of kindred phrases), specif, of charming serpents ^ 58 6 (|| D^n^D). Pi. Pf. 3 ms. "On Ex 36 10 ; 2 ms. ?"om Ex26 6 + 2t.; Imp/. "orM Ex36 I0 +2t.; s'f. W^TM 2 Ch 20 36 ; Inf. cstr. "onp Ex 36 18 ;— 1. make an ally of, unite one with, only toV irron'l 2 Ch 20 36 and he united him with himself, sq. Inf. of purpose. 2. unite, join (trans.), only Ex (P), of tabern., obj. the curtains, sq. ace. + -b* rei Ex 26" 36 101013 ; sq. ace. only 26" 36 16 ; obj. 7nxrrnN join the tent together, 26" 36"*. Pn. Pf. 3 ms. "On Ex 39", "Oni consec. Ex 28' (but v. infr.), 3 fs. TTllinj' ^i22 3 ; Impf. 3 ms. ■orr Ec 9 4 Qr (Kt TfO» v. infr.); sf. Tl^O ^gi 20 (Kb 1 - 257 '-; Ges Ew Bo De al. as Qal); — 1. a. be allied with thee (sf. ref. to '<) ^ 94 20 ; b. be united to = be one of, *0 ^N W TON "D D»nn whoever is united to all the living (Kt ~)ny is meaningless). 2. ie joined together, of ephod 'n iniisp "3^5? Ex 39 4 oy its two edges was it joined together; cf. H28 7 (where MT •om Wisp *J?"$>$ < © Sam which rd. 'p tH'S -I2IT); nS-'nB- TJJ i/,i2 2 3 jbiW together for itself, i. e. compactly built (of Jerusalem). Hipb. Impf. 1 s. B^C3 B3^1? HTanN Jb 16 4 / could make a joining with words (i.e. join words together RV VB) against you. Hithp. (late) Pf. "OnnN (Ges' 541 ") 2 Ch 20"; Impf. ronn> Dn n 6 ; /n/. sf. Tiannn 2 Ch 20 57 ; Aram, form nvunnn Dn n 23 (bes 4 * 8111 );— join oneself to, wa&e aw alliance with, sq. BJJ pers. 2 Ch 20 35 ' 37 , sq. "?N pers. Dn 1 1 23 ; recipr. league together (abs.) Dn 11*. tL "an n.[m.] company, association, spell— abs. "on Dt i8" + 2 t.; cstr."On Ho 6 9 ; pi. D*T?q V' 58 5 , sf. t^on Is 4 f »;— 1. com- pany, band of (bad) priests Ho 6 9 . 2. associa- tion, society (abstr.), only in "Qn JV3 Pr 2 1 9 = 25 s4 Aowse 0/ association, i. e. shared with a contentious woman (house in common, v. RV m VB). 3. spell : a. as ace. cogn. c. "0$ (q. v.) Dt 18 11 + 58 s . b. alone, of Babylonian magic Is47 911 (v. Len Ch « ld ' ,, « 1 <'l w "]l M »« l » "• Wahriage- kuast,1878. O-.l, o 1 7 G0tzendienstu. Zauberwesen, 1877, 80ff. Qoy TBA ill. 145 B. »nil Bel. Bab 396 ft., 440 ff. tn. inn, "Oil n.pr.m. 1. "on (® xafcp) the Kenite, husband of Deborah Ju 4 1U717 - 21 S 24 . 2. a man of Asher lan Gn 46 17 (P) © Xofap iChf' 32 © Xa/kp ©L U X o/3'f J n3n Na 2 6 45 © XojStp; on poss. identif. with Habiri of Tel el Amarna v. J a8 t r JBLisw.a.iua.'i^rii.oa. . "On name in Judah 1 Ch 4 18 © A/3*<o-a, ©L Aj3 f p. 4. "tgl a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 17 © Afiap, ©L Afcp. ^"T adj. gent, of 2 supr., only c. art. =n. coil. *T3*J nna^D Nu 26 46 (® xo^p(()i). T n"^2n n.f . association, company (abstr.) flK ^'a By 'np ni«1 Jb 34 8 and fce ^oe«A /or company with doers of wickedness (|| J"a*T- vvrpm*-oy). t "inn adj . and n.m. ct 8| 13 , united, associate, companion — 'n abs. Pr 2 8 24 yjr 119 63 ; sf. i"On Ec 4 ,0 (+3t.EzKt; Qr nan, v. infr.); pLB»TS!J Ju 20" Ct 8 13 ; cstr. "'Ian I s i 23 ; sf. ^50 ^ 45 »; TU. 3 n Ct i 7 ; Vnaq I s ' 4 4 11 + 3 t. Ez Qr; — 1. adj. united Bnan' ir« B"N3 Ju 20" knit to- gether as one man ( AV RV). 2. n. associate, fellow : a. of children (tribes) of Isr. assoc. with Judah as head Ez 37 16 ; id. assoc. with Joseph (Ephr.) as head v 1619 (in all these rd. Qr "nan). b. of like rank ■<//■ 45 s . c. of like calling Ct i 7 . d. worshippers (associates, belonging to the society or guild) of idols Is 44 11 (v. Che ; > others priests, Geiger UrK:hr ' 12 493 SS, cf. "On Ho 6 9 ; Du rds. ^"on enchantments). ' e. in gen. Ct 8 13 . f. implying likeness of character Is i 23 Pr 28 s4 i)r 1 1 9 63 . 3. companion at a par- ticular time Ec 4 10 . man a t[rnnn] n.f. consort, i.e. wife irrnn wn Mal2 14 (i|'inn3nB*K). trndn n.f. a thing that joins or is joined, only of the curtain-pieces of tlie taber- nacle, as joined together: — Tin Ex 26 10 36 17 ; nnaha Ex 26 410 . I [l2n] n.m. associate, partner in a trade or calling, only B^an vbv TO Jb 40 30 will partners (i. e. those engaged in the catch) make traffic upon it (the crocodile)? trpfoan, [rnan, rnan] n.f. stripe, blow;— abs. 'an Igi»+at.; rf. ♦TT^J Gn 4 s3 ; in-nn is 53 s ; P l. cstr. ninan p r 20 30 ;' sf. 'niian yfr 38': — stripe, blow, stroke, Gn 4 s3 my blow, i.e. for striking me (J), cf. Ex 2i 2525 (JE), also of injury to land of Judah (under fig. of human body) Is i 6 (all || V?B, v . infr.); of blows (sg. coll.) inflicted on suffering servant of 1 Is 53 ; (pl.) ^ 3 8 6 , vsa ninan p r 20 30 , i.e. bloivs that cut in (||niap). i"[n"Q")5n] n - f - stripe, mark, only pl. sf. Vrna"Un Je 1 3 23 of stripes on a panther (tiger ? e f. 103 ;— 1| niy of a Cushite). fl. p"^2n n.pr.loc. Hebron (association, league)— 'P. Gni3 18 + ; c.PI loc. Hiinan J os io 36 + 6t.; nrian 2S2 1 ;— © Xtfpw, mod. El-Halll (v.Rob B " l -' 2I3, - ,i - 73ff - Guerin Jod *""- 21411 ); ancient city in southern Judah, where (or near which) Abr. built an altar Gn I3 18 (J), and where was a sanctuary in Dvd.'s time 2 S 15 7 , cf. 'na "< 'ISO 2S5 3 =iChn 3 ; built 7 yis. bef. Soan in Egypt ace. to Nu i3 w i>(JE); under a king Jos io 3S23 (JE)i2 10 (D);assignedtoCalebJosi4 13 "(JED) Ju I 20 yet v. 1 Ch 6 40 (cf. v 41 ); older name nnp ya-)K(n) ace. to Jos 14 15 (JED), cf. Gn 2 3 2 3 5 27 Jos 15" 20 7 (all P) Ju i 10b ; v. also J0S15 13 21" (both P) ; called also *n.DD Gn 23 19 (and 35 s7 , bothP); a city of refuge Jos 2i 13 (P)= 1 Ch 6 42 ; 'n pDJJ Gn 37 14 (J) ; named elsewhere Nu 1 3 M * (JE) Jos io 3639 1 1" (all D) Ju i 10 * 16 3 2 S 2 32 1 5 9 2 Ch 11 10 ; a resort of David, and for 7 yrs. his royal city 1 S30 31 2S2 1 " jfMMMMM 4 '*JMI 5 1313 1K2" 1 Chs 14 ii° ^"'(vand.H.v 23 - 38 ) 29 s7 ; rd. also perh. for innn 2 S 3 12 , ©Lc h XcQpaiv, cf. Dr; seat of Absalom's rebellion 2S15 10 ; 'n "ny 2 S 2 3 abode of David's men. . IV^n n.pr.m. (© Xifipa>v). 1. grandson of Levi Ex 6 18 Nu 3 19 (both P) = i Ch 5 28 =6 3 ,

unn 
3 i219 > *>f. 15 s - 2. name in Caleb's family 

1 Ch 2 42 * t^iian, "O^-H adj.gent.of n.jnarn:— alw.c.art.'assubst.coll.; 'Jnan^ iCl^ 28 - 30 - 311 "; '3nann nnasyo Nu ^ 26 s8 . Tri")an!p n.f. thing joined, place of join- ing;— abs. 'DEx26 4 +3t.; rnanpEx36"- 17 ; sf. in-iano Ex 28 s7 39 20 ;— 1. thing joined, of cur- tain-pieces of tabernacle (cf. 1"jan), Ex 26 4S 36 111112 . 2. place of joining: a. of the curtains Ex 36 17 . b. of shoulder-pieces of the ephod Ex28 27 39 20 (allP). T [n"^2n"p] n.f. binder, clamp, joint, only pl. abs. nYianp, f iron, clamps or the like, 1 Ch 22 3 ; of wood, binder, or coupling, 2 Ch 34". titan n.pr.fl. called P T iain3 2 Ki7 6 =i8 n ; erron. 1 Ch 5 26 flia "in31 Kin) 'ni ; @ (x)afap, Gk. Xafiapas, etc., Assyr. Habur, flowing into Eu- phratesfr. E.(D1 F * m ' K AT 2275 - ""COT L ™); v. )p. irnnn v. man S upr. t [t^^nj vb. bind, bind on, bind up (NH id.; As.o6<i«M,acc.toDl w70 ' rr174 ; Ar.JLZ.con- fine, restrict; yet on As. hibsu ' Kopfbinde' (p. n), etc., v. Zehnpfund™ 81 - 499 - 526 ; Aram. *i-; cf. UjkOL^~ , K'B'an imprisonment, etc.) — Qal Pf. ms.nB'amEx29 9 ; 2mpl. DfiB'3nEz34 4 ;/m E /: &QQ. Jb 3 4 17 ; Bbqa Gn 2 2 3 + 4 1 .; "E'an?! 1 K 1 3 s3 ; e>arn jbs 18 ; utyarn H06 1 ; 3fs. eon'rn 2 K4 24 ; BO.^Ez 34 16 ; cohort.-nB'anKz Si <f(hut cf.infr.); -l^arisi Ez 16 10 ; "»tona 1 K 13 13 ; «tfpj 1K13 27 ; Imv. tfan Jb 40 13 ; efan Ez 24 17 ; wan '1 k 13 1327 ; Inf. cstr. Ebq Is 30 26 6 1 ' ; waPl^) Ez 30 21 (del. Co, cf. ©). Pt. act. Can Is 3 7 ; pass, Eton Jcn2 6 ; DTOn JU19 10 ; ts^an 2S16 1 Ez 27 54 ;— 1. bind, bind on : a. headgear, c. ace. rei, p pers. Ex 29 s Lv 8' 3 (both P); c. by pers. Ez 2 4 17 (P); pass, of seaweeds clinging about head t^an S)1D 'Vthb Jon 2 6 ; c. sf. pers. et 3 rei W?W, Ez 16 10 and I bound (or wound) about tliee (i.e. thy head, Sm VB) W (in metaph. of v s care for Jerus.; p?"?^, ^S??)j fig. of punishment for wicked pDB3 fcon DiTJS J behind their faces in darkness ( || "isya D30C) v. Di. b. pass. prob. twined, twisted in D*Pj*l D^art D'pan Ez 27 s4 , cords twisted and strong, v. Sm Da. Esp. c. of equipping a beast for riding; ass, in ace. Gn 2 2 3 Nu 2 2 2 ' (both E), 2 S 1 7 s3 & 1 g v (where however rd. 'pTlBbn b, 1 o © <S 33 Th We Dr), mn

an i K 2 40 I3**"»** (v 27 " no dir. obj. expressed) 2K4 24 ; pass., also of asses, J1119 10 2 S16 1 . d. fig. = restrain, control (Germ, bandigen), abs. Jb 34 17 . 2. bind up, viz. a wound, usually in fig., of comforting the distressed, etc. ; c. sf. pers. Ho6 1 (||N?"}, opp. H3n); sq. p pers. nb-n.^3p tfarfc Is 6 1 1 ; cf. Ez 34 4 (sq. rvjaj$ ; || pin,' NS-l), v 16 (sq. id.; || P?n); sq. ace. rei tf'| ioy i23*-n« * ran is 30 s * (|| «?")); c . ace. of Pharaoh's broken arm Ez 30 21 (si vera 1. , v. supr. ; cf. Ph.); abs. Jb 5 18 ; also Is 3 7 of repairing for- tunes of people (opp. 3*On ; || rlfl = KSfi). Pi. />/ eon fimd, restrain HWU <33t? Jb 28 11 ; -P«. B>3TO foW «p c "? i|3 i f 5?? ^ 147 3 . Ptl. i 5 / Je bound up nran Ez 30 21 (metaph.) Pharaoh's broken arm; W$n Is I 6 (wounds of land of Judah). J~Qn (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. il-lC be obscure, iv. 6« lowly, submissive, o>-v»- ?oio ground). t D'THn n.[m.]pl. (NH «tf.)— some kind of flat cakes, or bread-wafers, only TCT ntJ'JfD 1 Ch 9 31 . T rCT'O n -^ flat P late > P an ' or griddle for baking, only P and late; abs. 'D Lv 2 6 +2t.; risno Lv 7 9 ; cstr. H3TO Ez 4'; — 1. used in pre- paring the (baken) mincha, preceded by "?S Lv 2 6 6" f (all P), cf. 1 Ch 2 3 M . 2. 5>JTa '» Ez 4 3 a £>Za<e of iron, signifying an iron wall, in prediction of siege of city. an, Nan v. sub jan. T ' T T D.JFT (-/of foil.; mng. dub.; poss. cf. Ar. J^s?- prevent, intervene, hide, (AaC* <Aa< which veils, conceals, hides; Syr. ki^a- shrine; hence locusts as concealing the sky ?). ti.ian n.m. Ec 12t locust, grasshopper (NH T T ^ ft/./ cf. J), prob. a non-flying species, v. Kn in Di LTii,22. 3 3nn allowed as food Lvii m (P; || naiK, Dvfjp, bVyrt), D?;n3 Nu i3 33 (JE; sim. of insignificance), so Is 40 22 ; as agent of Yah- weh's wrath psn *>i3$6 3jri 2 Ch 7 13 ; blPiV) 3jnn Ec 12 6 and the grasshopper shall be a burden; better shall drag itself along, De Hi Now EV"; De thinks 'n here fig. of the back part of the pelvic cavity (Ar. ilx 3 " is point of hip-bone, Bo, cf. Lane), and refers to stiff- ness of aged joints, so Now; but the meaning is dubious; v. other views in Comm. f 11. 2an n.pr.m. head of a family of return- ing exiles Ezr 2" © 'Ayafi (no || in Ne 7 H ; but ©L Ne 7* has both Aya/3 and A ya /3a, cf. KJ3IJ). TNZian n.pr.m. head of a family of re- turning exiles Ne 7 48 , © 'Aya@a (cf. also fore- going) prob. = following. fnnan n.pr.m. head of a family of re- turning exiles Ezr 2 47 , prob. = foregoing ; ® 'Aya0a. T[JJn] vb. make pilgrimage, keep a pil- grim-feast (Ar. Li betake oneself to or towards an object of reverence ; make a pilgrimage to Mecca; Sab. Jjn make pilgrimage Sab. Denkm. 86.cr.86. g vr „^^ celebrate a feast. In Palm. Bin is n.pr. Vog No61 ; cf. also Ph. n.pr. >}T, nan); — Qal Pf. 2 mpl. anln Ex i2 14 +2 t. ; Jmpf. 2 ms. Jhri Ex 23 14 Dt 16 15 ; 3 mpl. tiff f 107 27 (Bo* 1,uw ); WJJ EX5 1 ; 2 mpl. «nn Lv 23 s941 ; if. inann Ex 12 14 ; Imv. f. -in N a ,1. /«/. cstr. 3h Zc'i4 ls +2t.; Pt. "in ^42'; pi. CHn 1 S 30 16 ; — 1. keep a pilgrim-feast, abs. Ex 5 1 (JE) cf one proposed by Moses; W?& v 3nn DvJT three times slialt thou make pil- grimage unto me (in the year) EX23' 4 (covt. code); of pilgrim-feasts in general Na 2 1 , the Passover Ex 12 14 (P); elsewh. feast of Booths ; all celebrated in partjby sacred processions and dances ; JJin pen ^r 42 s multitude keeping fes- tival (led by the Psalmist in procession); Jjn jn Lv2 3 39 (H), Nu 2 9 12 (P), Na2' Zci 4 161S19 ; in m Jjn Ex i2 14 (P),Lv2 3 41 (H); inNLv23 41 (H); sf. Ex 12" (P). 2. behave as at a 3!? 1 S 30 16 (of the Ainalekites when surprised by David i.e. enjoying themselves merrily, Dr; others, circling in the sacred dunce). 3. reel, in giddiness on the sea ^ 107 27 (cf. NJH Is 19 17 ); this either points to an earlier meaning of V ; or better, the ^ being late, means reel as from festival excesses (||-»3Bb W). tan n.m. Isau festival-gathering, feast, pilgrim-feast (NH id.; Aram. )4^., ^0 ; Ar. Li pilgrimage; Sab. >n UHM Ep ' grDo " km - 3 '; ■KI-- ZMG 1887. 719. p o Proph. Lect. U. n. 6 . ^ ^y e Bkizzen ill. 106,

sacred dance) — 3D abs. and cstr. Ex io 9 + 

36 t.; Jn Nu 2 8 17 +i3t.; sf. -in Ex 23 18 ; 13H Dt 16 14 ; ™n Ho 2 13 ; W3.n y,8i 4 ; pi. DW Is 29'+ at.; sf. TXU Na2'; D3'5.n Am 5 21 -f-2t.; — 1. feast, esp. one observed by a pil- grimage (Ex 23 1417 ): a. special feast to the golden calf Ex 32 s (J; where there was a «an

nan sacred dance v 19 ); a feast in the 8th month observed by Jeroboam in place of the feast of the 7th month in Judah 1 K 12 3233 ; pilgrim feast proposed by Moses Ex 1 o 9 (JE) ; feast at Shiloh Ju 2 1 19 . Elsewhere b. apparently always of the three great pilgrim feasts, celebrated by processions and dancing : ( 1) in general Is 30 29 Am8 10 Na2'; «pr D'OPI let feasts come round Is 2 9 1 ; || nmj? Am 5 21 ; "b 3H Lv 2 3" (H); disting. fr. the more gen. D^yiD (sacred seasons) Ez 45 17 46" H09 5 (jn DV), and fr. specif. Dnrtn, mrUE* as well, H02 13 ; (2) in particular : unleavened cakes and Passover niVO(n) jn Ex 23 15 = 34 ,S (JE); Lv2 3 8 (P), Dti6 16 2 Ch8 13 30 1321 35 17 Ezr6 a ; an Exi2 14 (P); first day of the seven Nu28 17 (P); the last day EXI3 6 (J); the seven Ez 45 s123 ; nDBPI an Ex 34 s5 , 'an Ex 23 18 (both JE) ; ttjn Di»j) HD33 ^ 81 4 (pro- bably the full moon of Passover); "Wpn an Ex 23 16 = n$nB> an Ex 34 22 (JE), cf. Dt 16 1016 2CI18 13 ; tjO)Dtcn an Ex2 3 16 = 34 s2 (JE) = n(i)3Dn an Lv 2 3 34 (P), Dt i6 1316 31 10 2 Ch 8 13 Ezr 3 4 Zc i 4 > 61819 ; also '» an Lv 2 3 39 (H), 3Hn 1 K 8 2 - 65 = 2 Ch 5 3 7 8 - 9 , Ez 45 Ne8 14 ; ^n (i.e. of people) Dt 16 14 ; 7 days Nu 2 9 12 (P), Ne 8 18 . — Vbs. c. in are: aan Lv 23 3941 (H), Ex 12 14 Nu 29 12 (P), Na 2 1 Zc i 4 ,, - B - w ; nntf Ex 2 3 l5 = 34 18 (JE); Enpnn Is 30 29 ; but usually HB'V Ex 34 s2 (JE), Dt 16 1013 1 K 8 65 I2 32 - 33 2 Ch 7 s9

1321 35 17 Ezr 3 4 6 s2 Ne8" 

. festival sacrifice (cf. NH Wan) ,/, 118 27 (see rntO 12); Mai 2 3 (RV after Thes Ke al.: but AV Ew Or feast). TfrO.n n.[f.] reeling (Aramaism for nan Ew* 17 ", by copyist's err. Di)— Dnx»^...nnV7; 'n? Is 19 17 and the land of Judah shall become to Egypt a reeling, i. e. Egypt shall reel in terror at the sight of it (|| "tHB? ; this mug. may either be fr. an orig. sense of an, or=be excited as at a 3n c f. jjn 3). "han n.pr.m. (festal; Ph. 'an, nan ; Palm. BSfl Vog No - 61 )— the prophet Haggai Hg i 131213

l.,0.13.H.2O Ezr5 l 6 14. @ > Ayya - w ^ 

t^an n.pr.m. (festal) 1. © 'Ayyir, son of Gad Gn 46 16 Nu 26 15 (both P). 2. adj. gent. as subst. coll., c. art. Nu 26 1S (P). T TVSH n.pr.m. (feast of Yah) a Levite, son of Shimea 1 Ch 6 15 ; ® 'Ayyia. T H^an n.pr.f. (festal) wife of David and mother of Adonijah 2 S 3 4 1 K i 511 2 13 1 Ch 3 2 ; (7.317 (/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^f- conceal; J%», ^sr* place of refuge, protection).

[O^an] n.m.pl. places of concealment, 

retreats, as abode of dove V^DH *I3PI3 "'nai' 1 Ct 2 14 (in metaph.); also, hyperbol., as abode of Edom l^D(n) TU ^f Je 49 16 Ob'. ,317 (-/of foil.; Ar. Ji», hobble, hop, whence j.* 5- partridge, cf. Syr.%^., 11^., id.) TnT'an n.pr.f. (=partridge, v. supr.) — a daughter of Selophchad of Manasseh Nu 26 s3 27' 36 11 Jos 17 3 (all P); © 'Eya, A Atyka^). On n.pr.loc. 'n n'S v. p. 1 1 1 b. t [ 7jl7] vb. gird, gird on, gird oneself (NH id., Aram, "VJJJj Ar. J^" hinder, restrain, so Syr. »^»; As. agdru, surround, in deriv., D1 wK»<r.. g ab- nn3nD ( cf- Ar.Jjfi 8 .^^ en- closed space, district, etc.), DHM in MV; also n.pr. dei and loc. ^n, Sab. Denkm. 38193 CIS"- »■ N °- 49 •* )— Qali 5 /. 3 fs. n-un p r 3 1 > 7 ; 2 ms. n-iaro Ex 29 9 ; 3 pi. run i s , 5 a La 2 10 ; 'm consec. Ez 7" 27 31 ; Impf. 3 ms. ">ilT Lv 16 4 , liirin Lv8" + 4 t.; sf. rr^BJC ,/, 109 19 ; 2 ms. iSinri ,/, 76 11 (but on txt. v.'infr.); 3 mpl. njf£ Ez 44 18 2 S 22^ (but on txt. of both v. infr.),

    • f?3 1 S 25 13 1 K 20 32 ; 3 fpl. nanhnn ,/, 65";

2 mpl. rWJBJ De i 41 ; 7mv. ms. "4q 2 K 4 M 9 1 , "*!] ^ 45 V ; fs. ""I?? J e 6 26 ; mpl. VW 1 S 25 13 + 3t.; fpl. nrpn ' j e 493, c f. nnian 'is 32 11 (v. infr.); Inf. cstr.^ I s 22"; Ft. act. "un 1 K 20" 2K3 21 ; pass.m.-mn Ju i8" + 5t.; f.cstr. 'rfon j i8 ; pi. Dnun Ex 12" Ju 18 16 ; Dnan Dn io 5 ; — 1. trans., gird some one, with girdle; c. 2 ace. Ex 29 s Lv 8 13 (bolh P); pass., girded with ephod (ace.) 1 S 2 18 2 S 6 14 ; sq. 3 Dn io 5 , c. ace. and 3, fig. Pr 31", iVJno T1V3 TOI Lv 8 7J (P), c. ace. D'jnD gird up thy loins, i. e. make ready to go 2 K4 29 9 1 , pass. Ex 12 11 (P); cf. prob. also B?¥7n~7JJ ""H^O Is 32 11 gird upon the loins (2nd ace. om.) ; on verb, form as Imv. fpl. v. AE Ki Ew* 2261 Di Du; > as ms. 01 tiS4 " Ges* 48 - 6 Sta* Mld Kb* 20 - 12 . 2. gird on, bind on (=gird oneself with), a girdle jr 109 19 (in siui.); so esp. c. ace. p'C, DVE* of mourning Is 15 3 22 12 La 2 ° Ez 7 18 27 31 2 S 3 s1 Je 4 8 6 M 49 3 ; also 1K20 32 (c. ace. p'E> + 3 bef. D'ano); pass., sq. 7J? bef. obj. of mourning Jo I 8 (sim ); abs. (p'CTom.) Jo i' 3 (||V7SD); sq. nnn 1 S 25' 31313 Dt i 41 ; V 45 4 T? ^ 3-in 'n, go Ju 3 16 , 1 S 17 39 (sq. ace. + ?J?0); c. ace. cogn. mun 'n 2 K 3 21 ; u 2 •run

Vin aba. 1K20 11 ; pass. Jui8 ,u " 7 2S20 8 " (where rd. ann Klo Dr — not We), 21 16 ; rd. perh. also "Win for Tun 2 o 8c , so Klo Dr. 3. intr. gird oneself, sq. f rei Lv 16 4 (P), so 58$ 'T Vib thetj shall not gird themselves with sweat (1), but del. @ Co Sgfr; c. ace. rei (fig.) TW niV25 ?»| ,/, 65 13 wi/A rejoicing the hills gird themselves; cf. 'nn nbn n^NB' ^76" ttfttA a remnant (residue) of wraths thou girdest thyself so Hi Hup De VB ; but very doubtful ; © Bo Ew rd. Ijn^l for "Onn ; Bae Ka omit line as corrupt ; cf . further Che and crit. n. — *"$C] 2S22" is txt. err.for WflEJ, cf. || f 18 46 ; so Now Hup Kit al. t"Ytan n.[m.] belt, girdle (distinct fr.Utl} icaist-cloth, Che JelnPulp " 0omm - (1888)S3S; Jerem - Ll,e * nd Tlme.(l»)Ul R gJQJ,u,.19»2.S8 9 <tJ_ n i3 P , for gW()rd „ g

8 (yet rd. prob. nun, Th We Klo Dr), cf. 1 S 

18 4 ; article of commerce Pr 31" 4 (coll.? or of a richly adorned girdle ?). T["Vl3n] adj. girt, girded, only pi. cstr.; ""TK nfafj Ez 23 15 girded with a waist-cloth. ' il"i wH n.f. girdle, loin-covering, belt — Tjian i s 3 24 ; niSn 2 s 18 11 2 K 3 21 ; sf. Innin

K 2 5 ; PI. nnifl Gn3 7 ; — girdle, loin-covering 

Gn 3' (J); as article of women's dress Is 3 24 ; W< of warrior 1 K 2 5 2 K 3 21 (Tl "Uh), cf. 2 S 18 11 .— On miirt is 32" v. "un 1. T v ~: J -T Tm^TIQ n.f. a girding, cincture, only cstr.; Pj ITjtfJB i"3TiB nnn I 8 3 » iVistaia' of a mantle a girding of sackcloth. i.-r "Ez 33 s0 v. nn«. 11. in v. sub nn. ' [ I jTT] vb. be sharp, keen (Aram. Tin ; NH TH 1 ? sharpen; Ar. Ii 6e sJiarp and sharpen; As. Pi. uddudu, sharpen, Dl Prl74 - wm ) — Qal /y- 2 "3J? *3»p? «D1 consec. Hb i 8 are fewr <Aan evening wolves (of impetuous Chaldean horses). Hiph. inn (Che Or Brd) or "IT (Nag cf. Dr» ]23 *- B ), ins. Is 44" after @ @ : the smith sharpeneth an axe. Hopli. 7'/. 3 fs. rnmn EZ2I 1415 " 1 6e sharpened (in all, subj. ).— Vid. also I. mn. f II.- [in] adj. sharp— only fs. Tin, of 3Tn Kz 5 1 ; in fig. of tongue 1// 57 s ; sim. of mouth Is 49 2 ; fig. of end of (i.e. final experience with) rin v. tm py. T — T T [ iVirij adj. sharpened, sharp, pointed, only cstr., with superlat. sense = subst.: 1WIPI Vh-2 T^O Jb 4 1 22 beneath him the slmrpest of potsherds, of scales of crocodile, cf. Di VB. T"nn n.pr.xn. (on this and foil. cf. Palm, n.pr. pnn Vog NoM , Sab. Ttfl Hal 27 );— a son of Ishmael Gn25 15 (cf. Baer's n.; van d. H. Tin) ® XuSSav, ® L XoSSaS ; = I Ch I s0 @ Xovbav, A XoSSaS, ©L ASa8. TT , "in n.pr.loc. in Benj., mentioned with "6 and foiN Ezr 2 33 =Ne 7 s7 ; with these and other places Ne 11 •"; prob.='AS<8d iMacc I2 38 , 'ASt'Sotr 13 13 ; mod. El-Hadite c. 3J miles N. of E. from Lydda, Guerin^ ' ■** (cf. Rob BR " LM3 ). fl. [Hiri] vb.be or grow sharp; — Qal grow sharp, Impf. apoc. = juss. IT Pr 27 17 *; Hiph. sharpen (fig.), Impf apoc. "IT Pr 27 17 b ; WJTT'i? Tn: Bty] IT br)33 f>ria let iron by means of iron grow sharp, and let a man sharpen the countenance (presence, bearing) of his friend;— bo Ki M,chU26 * De NowKo 1 ""' 87 ", cf. Str. (who however makes both forms Hiph.) fll. [("HPT] vb. rejoice (As. hadu Dl Prl5S ; Aram. J£», *JT})— Qal Impf 3 ms. "nn*! Ex 1 8 9 (E), and Jethro rejoiced over (?y rei) ; juss. T-'l 'kJ Jb 3 6 let ^ not rejoice among (3) the days of the year, i.e. not take its place joyfully among them (fig. of day of Job's birth). — Klo prop. 3 . . . nrj l6] 1 S 6 19 for 3 . . . Tl cf. also Dr. Pi. Impf. sf. (causat.) nntpba WjrW f 2 1 7 thou makest him joyful (Che cheerest him) with gladness (|| nfcm wrrefri). tnlfTI n.f. (late) joy (Aram. NHn). — Vl iChi6 27 '(in the sanctuary); " nriri Ne 8 10 (ipavvn-^). T7>N"HTT n.pr.m. (God givethjoy) a chief man in Manasseh 1 O15 24 , © IcXojX, A©L itSti/X. TirPirV n.pr.m. (J/ay '* give joy I) 1. a Levite 1 Ch 24 20 , © Ie8«a, ©L IaSa.a. 2. officer of David 1 Ch 27 30 © Ia»(a)«re. /1 J vb. cease (Sub. Pin 6e negligent, T 7 J " O w..*«. v* y*. *j. 1 1 .1 n 1 1 VAIJV1 tvuvu ntiui — t ' 1 strange woman ni>3 anna 'np r5 < ([I HJ^annD). Sab.Denkm. 76 )— Qal Pf. TfJ Gn i8" + 4t.; — 1. "ID v. sub "inx. Jjiril consec. Nu 9 13 ^ 49"; 2 ms. ^"irn Ex 23 s ; nn

crrn pi. £"jn Ju 5 6 + 4 t.; ^n ( c f. Kb 1 ' 243 ) Ju 5 7 i s 2 5 ; i pi. Uinn J e 44 18 ; Imp/. hm Dt 15" + (Jb io^KthrV jussive >Qr bimimv.); >$$ Jui5 7 +3t.; nhnw Jbi6 6 ; pL%Ez2' + 2 t.; $VR Ex 9 M : ^Wl On 1 1 9 Ex g 33 , hljj 1 K 22 15 , etc.; 7n/. c*<r. 7W1 1 S 12 23 ; 7»ii>. ?iq Ex i4 12 + ; etc.; 6"]n I s i 16 2 s12 ; l^n Zc 11 12 ;— 1. cease, co?ne to an end Ex 9 M14 (J), Is 24 s ; impers. m T b6 nvn!) inn Gni8 n (J); cease to be Dt 15" (sq. JO), and poet. Jus 6 - 7 - 7 1 S 2 s Jb 14'; =6e lacking, fail Jb 19 14 Pr io 19 . 2. cease, leave off, sq. inf. c. ? Gn 1 1 8 (J), 41 49 (E), Nu 9 13 (P), iSi2 a 23" Je44 18 51 s0 Dt 2 3 23 f 36 4 Pr 19 s7 Ru i 18 ; inf. alone Is i 16 ; so also Ho 8 10 , where read ^Jjl) for ^n>l ® Che We; sq.inf. c. It?Ex23 5 (JE), iK i5 21 = 2Chi6 5 ; sq. subst. c. |P (cease regarding) Is 2 22 (but Che Du al. treat v. as interpol.; om. ®), iS9 5 Pr23 4 ; sq. dTiPXD 2 Ch 35 2 ', i.e. leave off provoking God ; Ex I4 I2 (J), sq. 13SO desist from us, let us alone; Jb 7 16 ; sq. ace. Jb 3" lp 'n ; Jb 14 6 have rest (i.e. cease from being troubled, see Di; cf. v 1 ); no complem. expressed, cease, forbear Ju 1 5 7 20 28 Am 7 5 1 K 22 6,5 =2 Ch 18 514 , Je 40 4 41 8 Zc ii 12 V 49 9 Jb 16 6 2 Ch 25 16 ; specif, of refusal to hear Ez 2 s7 3 1127 (all opp. J»B>). Hoph. l'f (contracted) c. interrog. part. ^Pljiq Ju 9 91113 should I be made to leave, sq. ace. (cf. Kb 1 - 240 *); but perh. rd. *fyfjn, Qal Pf. Stu Be, cf., for ace. sq., Jb 3 17 .

S~}T adj. forbearing, lacking, -nnn as 

subst. Ez ■f he that forbeareth (opp. VD&, cf. Hn Qal ad fin.); cstr. D^K hn Is 53 3 lack- ing men (i. e. forsaken by them) ; — ceasing, transient *Jjj Hrrno ^ 39 s , but rd. rather tbn, v. Che erltn -" tpnn] n.[m.] cessation, only bin ^erc Is. 38 11 (so Baer) inhabitants of (land of) ces- sation, i. e. of She '61; v. Di ; butrd. rather "ijn, v. "^n. t*7"!H n.pr.m. an Ephrahnite, 2 Ch 28 12 , © XoaS, A A881, ®L A8X». P*7n (■/of foil.; NH p^n jtwess or <Arws«  m, Aram. P3D id. (denom.?)). tpTTl n.[m.] brier (NH wty Aram. «P t "in LSw P.147.1Io.lM. cf Ar J^ a king. of night. shade, v. Lane 51 ' 2 );— P"jn3 D31B Mi f the best of them (si vera 1.) is like tlie brier (|| nslDBEne*); pin n±ma i>sy iftj r r is 19 </« way 0/ a sluggard is like a brier-liedge. tbjp^n n.pr.fl. Tigris (As. Idiklat, Di- klat, Old Pers. Tigrd Spieg ArK - 0, °"-, etc.), the famous Afsyr. river; v. esp. DI 1 ' 1 " 10 '-" 1 "'-; 'n Gn 2 14 ; ^n Dn io 4 . i[ lin] vb. surround, enclose (Ph. in deriv.; Ar. ,!.». n. conceal, jX* curtain con- cealing a person, chamber, hou<e, or tent as concealing some one ; Eth. *}.<£<;: dwell; v. also foil.)— only Qal Pt. fs. Dr6 TYTJlhn Ez 21" that which surroundeth them (of the sword), — so @ Thes Sin Co Da VB. t-nn n.m. ich28n chamber, room (NH id.; Ph.' Tin, mtn; Sab. Trfl Mordt 2 * 10 ' 18 "' 24 ; Eth. <^«l^Ci)— abs.Tin 2 S i 3 10 + 1 1 1.; ni-inn Gn 43 20 1 K i 16 ; nvjnn Ju I 5 1 2 S 13 10 ; cstr. "•I? Ct 3 4 ; tvj Ex 7»+5t.; sf. rnn Jo 2 16 ; pi. B^O Dt 32 a Pi-24 4 ; cstr. TJIJ ft 7" + 8 1.; sf. VJTn Is 26 s0 ; PTWJ Ct i 4 1 Ch 28 11 ;— room, chamber, usually private, as bedroom Gn 43 30 (J), Ju 15 1 i6 912 2S13 1010 1K1" Ct i 4 Is 26 20 ; Ju I4 18 rd. prob. HTJfjn bridal-chamber for np-inn sta ZAW1884 - 25 - cf. Jo 2 16 (|| nrien of bride), Vyp 'n Ct 3 4 (II 'BK T3); of kings (of Egypt) V 105 30 ; specif.: 32^1? 'n 6ed- c&am&er Ex 7 s8 (J), 2 S 4 7 2K6" Ec io 20 ; other combinations: — '"HpBri 'n Ju 3 24 =cooZ chamber; D'B^fn 'n 1 Ch 28 11 inner chamber; in^D 'Tin Ez 8 12 /«'« cliambers of imagery (del. Hi Co Sgfr.); 'na 'n a chamber within a chamber, i.e. an innermost chamber 1 K20" 2 2 25 =2 Ch 18 24 , 2 K 9 2 ; pl. = store-rooms Pr 24 4 ; so nitSBn 'n 2 K n 2 =2 Ch 22 11 , i.e. room where beds were stored (Ke Th); metaph. 'H OJg Pr f (II iw »§•«); fpn mn Jb 9 9 cAawi- 6er« of south (where constellations are treasured up, v. Di; Hoffm. thinks of n.pr. of star cr constell.); cf. Jb 37 s a chamber whence comes storm-wind (nsiD); JB3 'Tin i.e. inner parts of body, only fig. Pr i8 8 =26 22 , 20 27 " ; in Dt32 25 W']"irrg=within, poet, for JV30, ||pnp without. t "ij^in n.pr.terr. only Zc 9 1 'n fn$ (II PV'Q'V); perh. = As. Hatarakka, JJatari(k)ka, a district near Damascus and Hamath; v. Schi '-.Dl 1 t [t^*in] vb. onlyPi.(and Hithp.) renew, repair (poet, and late) (NH id., Ph. EHn ; n. Bnn new moon, also in nBHnmp new-city= ann

^n Carthage ; Aram. .JL and Chn j Ar. Cj^. be new, Eth. ih£(; i. 2. renew ; Sab. ninn, v. Os(Levy) z * Q1865 - 204 Moidt z,,a,87 ' i ' :!0 ; As. [addsu], uddils, renew, eski, new, etc. Dl WI99ir ) — Pi. Pf. ICHn consec. Is 61 4 ; Imp/. «?$$ 2 Ch 15 8 ; 2 ms. B'Unri Jb 1 o 17 ^ 1 04™ ; &S& 1 S 1 1 " ; lmv. cnn f 5 i'2 La 5 21 ; /«/ t^injj 2 Ch 24 412 ;— 1. renew, make anew !"Dvt3n 1S11" (editorial); HOIK »M f 104 30 , Pfln 5 i»(||ma)j=bringbaok Dip? 0*$J La 5 21 ; fly 'n Jb io 17 i.e. bringest fresh {new) witnesses. 2. repair, cities Is 61 *, temple 2 Ch 24 412 , altar 2CI115 8 . Hithp. Imp/. 3 fs. ennnn c . pi. subj. ^Jrtin f>?3 'n i/r 103° <Ay youth reneweth itself, like the eagle. t£Hn adj. new (on format, v. Lg BN48 ) — 'nabB.Exi 8 +iot.; f. VlfVI Lv2 3 16 + igt.; pi. cfvnn Dt32 ,7 +iot.; f. rrtehn i s4 2 9 48 6 ;-- neto, usu. a. attrib. Ex i 8 (E) a neto king; so of house Dt 20 622 , wife 24 s , cords Ju 15 13 i6 ,U2 , cart 1 S 6 7 2 S 6 33 (but del. in v", cf. We Dr)=

Ch 13', garment 1 K n", vessel 2 K 2 20 , 

wine-skins Joso 13 (JE) Jb32 19 , threshing instr. Is4 15 ; meal-offering Lv2 3 ,6 (H) Nu 2 8 26 (P); esp. (poet.) 'n "VE* a new song (of praise) ^ 33 3 4O 4 96 l 98 1 i44 9 i49 1 Is42 10 ;'nnn3Je 3 i 3l ;DW nenn pw nwn Is 65 17 cf. 66 s2 ; Tl DE> Is 62 2 ; Ti m a new spirit Ez 1 1 I9 1 8 31 36 s18 , + Tl 3.? 1 8* 36 s6 ; Tin "'-nyK' nna Je 26™ new gate of (house of) '*, cf. 36 10 (v. Gf Je 20 2 ); also Tm nsnn

Ch 20 5 the new court (v. Be Ot); CEhn (Wl^M 

Ju 5 8 new gods] judges] txt. prob. corrupt, cf. No 2 " 01888 - 477 , Mull K8nlB,1 '- st> "'-'-, GACooke Deb - 3 * ff - and conj.by Bu" 8 ' m , BS in Bla^"""; in gen. Tl"73 px ~Ec 1 9 there is nothing new ; with no subst. expr. T«5Hn "flan 2 S 2 1 16 grirf wit/* a new (sword : but txt. perh. corrupt, cf. We Klo Dr), of (food-)products of earth (opp. |B*) Lv 26 10 (H) Ct 7 14 ; CChn Dt 32 17 new ones (i.e. gods ; || «<3 3ii5») ; in gen. f. nenri a new thing Is 43 19 Je 31 22 , fpl. Is 42' (opp. niJ'B'Knn), 4 8 6 . b. very rarely predicate: of s compassions D'Bhn D "]i? 3 ? La 3 s3 they are new every morning ; HBJ) 'n Hi33 Jb 29 20 my glory shall be fresh with me; WH 'n ni nK"l Eci 10 see, this is newl I. VHp 2g2 a.m. 0n7 -"(f.MT 3 8 24 but xn. Sam Di) (newness), new moon, month (on format, cf. Lg BKl44 ; on usage, names, etc.Muss-Arnolt jBLi»2.72<r..iao<r.)_/ n abg Gn7 n -|-; cstr. (rare) Gn 29" + ; sf. tehrj Nu 28" + 2 t.; Win Ho 2 13 Je 2 21 ; pi. D'BHH Gn 3 8 24 -|-; cstr. *gNj Ex 12 2 + 2t.; sf. vvin Jbi 4 3 +2t.; ByrR) Is i 14 Nu28"; D35?n0 Nu io 10 ; — tl. new moon= day, time, of new moon, as religious festival 1 S zo' 18 - 3427 - 34 (Dr); cf. Tl C&3* Ho 5 7 a new moon shall devour them, Hi St VB, but on txt. v. We ; usu. || rot? Am 8 s 2 K 4 23 Is 1 13 ( + Hh>

  • "Wi, ^l? 3 ^. n '3? 66 23 , Ez 46 16 (both

Tin Di'), 1 Ch 23 31 2 Ch 2 3 8 13 3 1 3 Ne io 34 (all + ijte), Ho 2 13 Ez 45 17 (both+jn, tjtio); || Tjto alone Is I 14 Ez 3 s ; ||U5.n tfflf 81 4 ; (cf. TH? tWl Nu io 10 28 11 ; on religious observance of new moon cf. Di 1 ""- 678 ' Benz Archiol » 69 ); as time of augury in Babylon (astrolog. prognost.) Is47 13 .t 2. month (as beginning with new moon, lunar month ; cf. Benz McbM - !» but then, without ref. to day of beginning): fa. as measure of time during which Gu 38 24 (J), Nu 1 i 20 - 21 (JE), 9 23 (P), Ju 1 1 373839 20 47 1S6 1 2 7 7 2S2 U 5 5 6" 24 813 = 1 Ch 21 12 , Am 4 7 1 K 4 7 tf™™™ „'« 2 K 15 8 23 31 24 s Ez39 1214 iCh 3 4 13 14 2 Ch 3 6 29 Est 2 121213 . In 1 S id" h rd. prob. ennDS for MT E»in03,andjointon 1 ,so@WeDr(cf.Gn38 24 ); in combinations, D'OJ Tl a month (of) time (cf. D"D» rTV Dt 21 1 2 K 15 13 ) Gn 2 9 14 (J), Nu'i i 2026 (JE), 'n ns?31N MC Ju 19 2 ; of age TriSDO number of his months— length of his life Jb 14 6 21 21 ; cf. esp. Tl"|3 Lv 27 6 Nus 15 - 22 - 28 - 34 - 39 - 40 - 43 18 16 26 s2 (all P).t "b. calendar months, t(i) with names ^3«n 'n Ex 13 4 23 16 34 1818 (all JE ; = istmo. I2 2 P), Dti6"; It Tl iK6 1 ( = 2ndmo. ib. ; =n rrv v 37 ) ; cf. s^yaE'n nn — D'jnxn itt;), »CJ'^n 'nn = ^3 nV); in the postex. books occur Babyl. names (v. the several words) : — [py 'n Ne 2 1 Est 3 7 (=ist mo. Est 3 7 ); ?Vp Tl Est 8 9 = 3 rd mo. ; "6d3 Tl Zc 7 1 Ne i 1 (= 9 th mo.Zc7'); nao Tl Est2 16 =ioth mo.; t33E* 'n Zc i 7 = 1 ith mo.; TIN Tl Est3 713 8 12 9 1 in all= 1 2th mo., 9*»jm«. ( c f. a i so W>(| Ne g^ w i t hout Tl or TV; this was 6th mo.; v. further Schr ^•""•'Benz'-^.t (2) merely numbered (chiefly P and late) e.g. »JW ' n3 Gn 7 11 , cf. 8 4S " Lv 16 29 Nu I 118 (all P) + oft. P; Dt i 3 (P), 1 K 12 25 ..8.8.5s.» j e X 3 + 1X t _ j e> Ez24 i 32 i H g 1 Zc I 1 7 13 ; 1 Ch 1 2 15 , cf. entire list 27 2 - 15 2 Ch 3 2 4-i2t.2Ch;Ezr3 , + iot.Ezr;Ne7 72 8 214 Est 3 ,2 ; note esp. D3^> nw [itysn D'jnn e*ki Dsb mn 'nri Ex i2 2 (P), as implying that the 1st mo. was formerly not in the spring ; observe also usage of omitting Tl, e.g. f'.tPKTW-in Tl3 Gn 8 13 , cf. v 6 ; so commonly in Ezek.: — Ez i 1 8 1 20 1 29 117 .33 1.15 " 31 "45 ,, -™ J, + a6 , 3a ,7 45"Co;('n8tB. expr., v. Ez 24 1 32 1 supr.; on like usage with DV v. DV). (3) special phrases and usages are : — vrm 295 tnJB> "pinb ienna tnh nVy Nu28 14 (P; cf. dv, and Is 66 ;3 supr. 1) ; Bhhj) BHncl Dvb Di»t3 Est $ from day to day and from month to month; tfBHPI Je 2 24 of wild she-ass's mating time.t fn. CHn n.pr.f. a wife of Shaharaim of Benj. 1 Ch 8°, ® 'Aoa, ®L Ba8aa (so v 8 =rniQ). tpiUJin n.pr.loc. town in Judah Jos 15 37 (site unknown, cf. Di). t-np-in in n.pr.loc. fl D'finn fft 2 S 2 4 6 , rd. neHp T D' i nnn 'x v . Hi" 5 " 011 - 1 "' 1 - 29 , @L «s y^» Xfrrtfifi KaS^r; cf. Dr"" 00 ' and (in part) Klo; v. also K^p. t f^'ini VD - t)e S uilt y (NH ?'<£., be under obligation, guilty; Aram, cw, a^n ; be defeated, guilty; Ar. tSLi 6e disappointed, fail; — Ar. i^,.i , i[J2». sin, is loan-wd. ace. to Bev Dn i 10 ) ; — Qal not in MT ; but rd. perh. *Mn (for TQD) i S 2 2 23 / am jMtfty, so © Th We Dr. Pi. Pf. inculpate ^2 'tfkrm Dn»m consec. Dn I 10 and inculpate my liead with the king. tain n.[m.] debt (NH id.; Aram. [LaL, K3in);_ 3'B* 'n in^bn Ez 18 7 to pledge as to indebtedness lie restores, v. Hi-Sm Ew' 3 "' Ges HSBB6. b Kb Lgt.. i. wtgndctDr s I93 (butconstr. hard : Co 3lB>j dittogr. fr. 'bn Bev Dn1 ' 10 , cf. v 1216 ). TpQin n.pr.loc. Gn 14 15 , north of Damas- cus; mod. Hoba, 20 hours N. of Dam., ace. to Wetzst DelGn - ed 561ff - so Di. tP'in] VD - draw round, make a circle (Aram. ^1 circumivit; n. Ils^a-, MWH, circle, vault of heavens) — Qal Pf. VXT?9 an ph D'O Jb 26 10 (cf. Pr 8 27 ), hath drawn as a circle a bound, etc., of the horizon-line. T^n n.[m.] vault; — only of vault of the heavens "|i>nnn W1ZV Mfl Jb 22 14 ; "bv Wi ipna Dinn *» Pr 8 27 ; Y^ 1 ** J!|rr ^ 2 ?* ,ri Is 40 22 . Tnj^iriD n.f. circle- instrument, compass, used by carvers of idols VTVW nainea^ Is 44 13 . I. *"pri (v of foil.; Ar. 3 Li is decline, turn aside, avoid, hence perh. riddle, as indirect, obscure). tnTn n.f. riddle, enigmatic, perplex- ing saying or question ; — abs. 'n Ju 1 4 12 + 6 1. ; sf. TlTH Ju 14 18 yfr 4 9 6 ; ^Tn J u i4 13 ; pi. abs. niTi/i K io 1 + 4t.- ) n'TnNu 12 s ; sf. nn'Tn Pr i 6 ; — 1. riddle = dark, obscure utterance Nui2 8 (JE; opp. n|-VnB and nsno); of •'in something put indirectly and needing inter- pretation; — an allegory 'n "lin Ez 17* flp'B'O bfO); allegor. and fig. sayings Pr I'dl^ njf^D and D^OSn ^P" 5 !) ; enigmat. sentences and com- parisons, declaring fate cf Chaldeans rib 2' ( + n f ^"? ; || b&B), perplexing moral problem j/ 49 s (c. nriS open, propound; || ^K'D), a lesson taught indirectly ^78 2 (DT,P v *3Q % c. JpJUJj || ^B'O). 2. riddle, enigma, to be guessed, in Ju 14 : a. with vb. "Wl Ju 14 12 1S16 propound a riddle. b. with vb. *V5n tell (give answer to) a riddle Ju 14 1415 " 19 . c. with vb. KiO find out a riddle Ju 14 19 . 3. perplexing questions by which queen of Sheba put Sol. to the test (i">Da) 1 K io 1 = 2 Ch 9 1 . 4. with pan skilled 'in double-dealing Dn 8 s3 (Bev). f 11. [Tin] vb. denom. propound a riddle; —Qal Pf. 2 ms. nrnn j u 14 16 ; Impf. nynx Ju 14 12 ; Imv. (bpV? ^cfl nTH) -nn Ez 17 2 ; fHW Ju 14 13 ; always c. HTn ace. cogn. I. mn ( Ph - wn Hve = Beb. n;ri q . v .) ti.H-in n.pr.f. (life, vid. DiGns 20 ; >We Frol. 1886. 322" SktaeniH. 217 afte] . JfjJ who gu gg es t s ser- pen* as poss. mng., cf. Ar. tli ; but RS Km 'mother of every hayy,'. n.'Dsub HTl) — Gn3'° and the man called his wife "}0 , because she was : -ij3 dx ; c f. iriBta Ti 4 1 (both J).— n. njn village, v. infr. sub n. nin. t l ?N"in"' n.pr.m. 2 Ch 2 9 14 Kt; Qr^^q.v. sub nin. II. mn (v of foil.; Ar.ufja., collect, gather; ipa. circle of ttnts cf. II. '0 sub n^n, Ar. >). fn. [nin] n.f. tent- village — PI. DnTtiO NU32 41 (JE), cf. Di. Elsewh. in cpd. appella- tive, almost = n.pr. "W nSn Dt 3" Jos 1 3 30 (D), Ju io 4 1 K 4 13 1 Ch 2 23 .— 1. nin n.pr.f. v. supr. "hiri adj. gent. (= villagers f)— 1. ttf 'm nion-f3 Gn 34 s (P), cf. 'nn j^yajf 3 6 2 (but rd. rather ^nn 01 Di cf. © Jos g 7 ). ' 2. c. art. as n.pr. coll. ^nn the Hivvites 'begotten' by Canaan Gn io=i Ch I 15 ; esp. in list of Canaanit. peoples displaced by Hebrews Ex 3 >.i7 I3 s 2323.2a 33 2 34 n Dt 7 i 20 i? Jos 3 io ? i I2 s " (all JED), Ju 3 s 1 K g x = 2 Ch 8 7 ; cf. ^V^ani 'nn n^j 2 S 24' (note I'msao, jiTS, just preceding); applied specif, to Gibeonites Jos 9 7 (JE), 11" (D).— In Jos ii 3 Ju 3 3 rd. prob. 'Win for ^TBJ We Mey Bu Vr,M0 v. (partly) ©, Dr on Dt 7 1 . tOflTTQ appar. adj. gent., only 'Bn b$tyl i Ch ii 4 «, but rd. prob. "?rran (Be), v. D^TO n.pr.loc. sub njn ; Ot suggests also 'iiytsn ; © & M«i, A 6 Mamnc, ©L c fare] make known, c. ace. njn ^ 19 3 (subj. npy, sq. n ^; Vfr 5?'?-); c.»co.'y5 Jb 3 2 ioi7 i c. 2 acc/DanK *V3 n '0° MTl'ljO 3 2 6 , sq. sf. pers. + obj. cl., : vfe rtfyfo niv - "? J|V!|*! 3 6 2 ««d / win «/teto thee that (there are) </«< words for God; sq. sf. pers. only Jb 15 17 ; — rd. prob. also Hjnxi for .TJ5K1 ^ 52" Hi Cbe al. TLninN] n.f. declaration (in form, an Aram. Aphel Inf.)— only sf. ' OgtfQ "niriNl Jb 13 17 (in || line *rbo $>iOB> WEB»)'. "tin 2 Ch 33" v. sub nrn. nin (v of foil., meaning dubious). trrin n.m. 2K149 1. brier, bramble. 2. hook, ring, fetter; — 'n abs. Ho 9 s + 8 t. ; pi. tmn i s 13 6 (but v. infr.), a^rrtn ct 2 2 ; n^nn (^133"; — 1. a. brier, bramble 2 K i4 99 = 2 Ch 25 1818 (allegory of Jehoash); coll., sign of desolation Ho 9" (|| tflDp), Is 34 13 (|| EntSp, Dn'D), Jb 3 i 40 (opp. D'tsn); in sim. of fool's parable "liSB'Ta nSy 'n Pr 26 s a brier eometh into the hand of a drunken man (De Now Str) ; D'ninn pa ,13 W3 Ct 2 2 ; briers = thickets as hiding-places 1 S'13 6 (but Ew We Dr Wfti holes, cf. 14 11 ; v. sub in. -nn; || ninyt? , D^p, D'lVlX, nVlS; © here & t. uMpais; 14 11 « r. T/KoyXcoi/). 2. late, a. 7;ooA or ring, in jaw of crocodile c. 3J3FI Jb 40 26 (|| teN2 |b3K D'STiri); of captive D^nha nebo-nx naS>»i 2 Ch'33 11 (cf. nn). tnn n.m. hook, ring, fetter; — nn abs. Ex 35 s2 ; sf. ^n is 37 s9 2 K 19 28 ; pi. D'nn Ez

9 4 + 2 1. + Ez 29 4 Qr (Kt erron. D"nn, v. infr.) ; 

— 1. hook, ring, in nose of captive 'nn ROE'I flj*? Is 3 7 29 =2 K 1 9 s8 (cf. enha 2 Ch 33 11 ,' v.' nin supr.); so of princes of Judah, under fig. of young lions Ez 19 49 (in v 9 transp., so that D'nna foil, (pan as v"; so Co); in jaws of crocodile (metaph. of Pharaoh), c. ]T)3 Ez 29 4 , cf. 38 4 (but © om. and sense opposes, cf. Co and— dub. — Da). 2. hook, ring as ornament, perhaps nose-ring (others brooch, see VB), Ex

a (P; I OR, "SW, t?«). 

I0"in (of foil.; Ar. kli , Aram. ^ , B«n sew). tt^n n.m. J ° sS18 thread, cord, line (NH id. ; Ar. kli., Aram. J^cL, NOin)_' n abs. Gn 14" + 2t.; cstr. Jos2 18 +3t.; — 1. thread, as easily broken Ju 16 12 (sim.); as composing a rope or cord; ron »#n 'n nipn Jos 2 18 (JE) this cord of scarlet thread (lit. the cord of this thread of scarlet); prob. also b$: ifi-f ~iyi ONTO Gn 14 23 from a thread to a sandal-thong ; in sim. 'na W- Ct 4 3 like a thread of scarlet are thy lips. 2. cord, e>We>n 'nn Ec 4 12 a three-fold cord. 3. line, as measure of length iK j" and a line of twelve cubits surrounded (i. e. would sur- round) it (cf. lij v 23 ), so Je 52 21 . "^n v. sub 11. nin. ^ n 7' 1 ir! n.pr.terr. (-/dub. Dl r,]2 suggests ?in sand-land, downs, as Heb. popular etym., MV" give it as actual etym.; Sta ThLZApr - 28 - 18!>4 ' 235 compares this, as well as 7ft sand, with Ar. ^jsoft mud, [damp sand]) — npiinn ynvt Gn 2 11 (surrounded or bordered — 2JD— by river Pishon ; noted for excellent gold, bdellium and s/w/tam-stone); elsewhere without art. '"V'ln 10" = 1 Ch i 9 as a ' son' of Cush (between N3D and n^3p) ! but also as a ' son ' of JBpJ, a descend- ant of Shem Gn 1 o 29 = 1 Ch 1 23 (bet ween TBiK and aa^) ; -wty-ny 'n? Gn 25 18 said of limits of Ishmaelitish territory ; cf. same limits of Amalek i S 15 7 (but dub.; We rds. D^B, cf. v 4 and vid. Dr; Glaser sklIM "' ■ rds. n^prj as 23 19 26 13 ). — Most have supposed several regions named 'n to be indicated in these passages : — e.g. Thes 1. Arabian shore of Pers. Gulf Gnio 29 etc. 2. Ethiopian coast Gn 10' etc. 3. India Gn 2" (regarded as indef. extension of i). Di cnio.7 distinguishes I and 2 either as quite distinct, or as different settlements of one great people, and (on Gn 2 14 ) thinks that 'n px ^3 Gn 2" implies vague extension eastward. Dl r.]2«r. 5 7ff. j dent if. 'n i n a ll passages with NE. part of Syrian desert, so E. Meyer G "* ch - A1Mrth - '• ™; Gi ase ,.sku 2 .ii.323ff. with centra i an{ j NE. Arabia. The question is still undecided. I 1 - /in [/^njvb. whirl, dance, writhe (NH, Aram, id., dance; Ar. Jl» change, turn; As. A«/M,^CT^7AeinfearDl Prm (on//.= _v.DHM ZK1 • 8,,7 ); on form of Heb. vb. v. No 2 " 01883 ' 536 )— Qal Pf 3 fs. n?n Mi i ,2 +2 t.; rbn consec. Ho n"; "l?^n IS23 4 ; &h Jes 3 (but v. infr.), La 4"; 6pj nn

Dt z 26 ; »bb Is 2 6 18 ; Impf. bvt Je 23" 30 s3 ; 3 fs. fcng Ez 30 16 Qr (Kt Co Wfi); ^hni J e 5 1 29 ; nbmN Je4 19 Kt (Qr n^rtH, Hiph. JHl»)j »?fr 2 S 3 M ; but also 7W ^55* (Jb 20 21 v. 11. ^n); brVl 1 S 3 i 3 = 1 Ch 10 3 + Gn 8 10 (where id. prob. bn»l as v 12 ; = brPl 01 Di); 3 fs. b'nn Is 26 17 + 2t. + Ez3o 16 Kt (ci.supr.); bnni ygj*;

fs. rjnp is 45 10 ; 6w v 77"+ 3t. (* iV v. n. 

bin); £>ng j u 3 ^ ; fbm Is I3 ». ^p,n Je 6 ». /w. fs. 'bin Mi4 10 ^u 4 7 ; mpl. ib'n ,/, 9 6 9 1 Ch 16 30 ; /re/ cs«r. bm(b) Ju 21 21 Ez 30 16 (= Inf. abs.); Pt. fs. nbin J e 4 » vid. Gf Gie and Ges S72ni ;— 1. dance Ju 21 2 ' (nibhB3 b«lb). 2.twist,writhe: a. in pain, esp. childbirth Is26 17 45"> / nn-no (|| T&OTTID); metaph., of sea Is 2 3 4 (||1^); Israel 26 18 (|| mn),54 1 ( |h^); Zion66 78 (|| id.), Mi 4 10 (|| VA, sim. mbn ; cf. v. 9 ), Je 4 31 . b. fig., be in severe pain, or anguish (mostly poet, and elevated prose), sq. ijbo Dt 2 25 (|| HI, cf. also ins and J1NT v a ); Ez 30 16 y 96* Je 5 s2 (|| SO'); sq. ).bS>D 1 Ch i6 M y 1 14'; abs. y 55 5 (|| 'by ibw nio mo*), je 4 » Kt, y 77 17 (ll"i)

J Isi 3 8 23 s Je 5 i 29 (||e*j)-J), Jo2 6 Zc 9 5 (||nt), 

prob. also 1 S 31 3 (cf. 28 s ) = 1 Ch io 3 , cf. Ot; fig. of mts. Hb 3 10 . c. in contrition Je 5 3 , P$ der. fr. bin Ew Gf Gie ; < @ Ra Hi Ke al. fr. nbn (wrongly accented; vid. nbn Qal 2). d. in anxious longing 55*13 Tg Ju 3 s5 , sq. b Mi i 12 (on Gn8 10 , cf. supr.) 3. whirl, whirl about 3$* t?th-by (i.e. blood— D'OI— of Abner, from sword) 2S 3 M ; of attack of sword itself Ho 11 6 (|| nba, ba«), c f. La 4 6 dt na *bn «b ; of tempest bin* D'ycn b>so by Je 23 19 (v a "lyD b.binnp) =30:° ( v » "nterap nyp). p 'lel. /m;>/ bbim Y 29 s ; 3 fs. bbinri p r 2s 23 ; s f. oabbinn is 51 2 ; 2 ms. bbinri Jb35 14 ; bbinni f 9 o 2 ; /«/. cstr. bbh Jb39>; Pt. bbtao p r 26 10 ; ibbno Dt 32 18 ; nbbino is 5 i 9 ; nibbno j u 21 23 ;-- 1 s 18 s + 8f v. infr.; on nbbh Jb'26 13 v. bbn ; — 1. dance Ju 2 1 23 , so perh. also I S 1 8 6 (rd. nibbhon (SJ We Dr; and D'bb.h pt. (o om.) ^87' RV Pe De Che Bae ; cf. Qal 1). 2. writhe in travail with, bear, bring forth (poet.), of Sarah, mother of Isr., Is 51 2 (|| D3'3K DnrJ3K); of hinds Jb 39 > ^29* (caus.); fig. of s producing earth y go 2 (|| «&); of his bringing forth Isr. (with diffi- culty, v. Di) Dt 32 ,s ; of north wind bringing forth rain Pr 25*'; M bbinD 33 2 6 10 a master rhn produceth everything (on trans, see VB ; Ew. al. derive fr. bbn wound). 3. wait anxiously (cf. Qal 2 d), sq. : b Jb 35 14 (Elihu). Po'lal. Pf. 'Pibbin^ 5 i7 +2 t.; ni)Mnjbi5'; lm V f^n Jb 26 s ; — 1. be made to writhe Jb 26 s (D'Ninn). 2. be brought forth Jb 1 5 7 (|| *»b}n), V/ 5 1 7 (|| BIT), metaph. of wisdom Pr 8 2425 . Hiph. Impf. b'lT y 2 9 s 8 cause to be in anguish, c. ace. IS"!*?, subj.'V Hoph. Impf. bnv Is 66 8 be born ( = travailed with, Che), subj. H$ (|«B "I^J). Hithpol. . i>«. bbinno whirling 'nno lyp j e 23" (= -ii3no nyD 30 23 ). 2. writhing, suffering torture Jb 15 s0 (of life of wicked). 3. Imv. -'.pinnn Jr 37' icai* longingly sq. ? /or, || Di" 5 !. Hithpalp. 7wip/. 3 fs. bnpnnrn Est 4 4 and she writhed in anxiety. T7'in n.m. Ho2,1 sand (perh. as turning or whirling; otherwise explained by Sta, vid. sub nb'in; NH id., Aram. *br, ]LL)—'r abs. Gn 22 17 +i5t.; cstr. Gn 32 13 +6t.;— sand Ex 2 12 (E); set as bound for sea Je 5 s2 ; 'fi JIDtt »JBfc> D* 33 19 hidden treasures of sand, poet, for glass (regarded as mysteriously produced out of sand, v. Di and reff.) ; a. usu. sand of sea- shore, sim. of numberlessness, vastness, so of Abraham's seed Gn 2 2 I7 (J; cf. 15 6 ); Jacob's 32 13 (E); of a host Jos n 4 (JE), Ju 7 12 1 S 13 5 2 S 17 11 ; a people 1 K 4 20 Ho 2 1 Is io 22 48" (|| vnyoa ^y D WftW), Je 33 s2 Hb i 9 ; of corn gathered by Joseph Gn 41 49 ; of days of Job Jb 29 18 (on interpr. —plwenix, vid. Di); of birds IPS t)iy (i.e. quails) y 78 27 (|| ">Sy?); of vast ex- tent of Sol.'s wisdom 1 K 5 9 . b. in comp., more than the sand Je 15 8 (widows of Judah) ; thoughts of God y 139 1 of weight (in balances), metaph. of Job's vexation (^y?) Jb6 3 heavier than the sand, cf. binn bt3Jl Pr 2 7 s ( || "H3 J3X), said of b'lN Dy?. — Combinations are : 'ro ati ntif by^N &122 17 Josh 4 1 S13 5 1 k 5 9 ; D;n TB Gn32 13 41 49 Is io 22 Ho 2 1 ( + 1©: «b nE>K nsp> «bi); Djn 'n j e 33 22 ; aib dt noferbyB' 'na Ju 7 12 ; mb DM-by-itw 're 2 s 17" 1 k 4 20 ; D<G>:bin(D) Jb6 3 V'78 27 Jei5 8 . t^n n.m. El15 ' 14 a writhing, anguish; — 'nabs. Exi5 14 +5t. — 1. writhing (contortions of fear) Ex 1 5 14 (|| vb. TJ"J). 2. anguish, always in sim. nTti'3 ^ 4s 7 (allied kings against Jerus.); Zion, before Assyrians Mi 4"; before Scythians or Chaldeans Je 6 M (|| rnS), = 50 43 (of king of Babylon ; || nns) ; 2 2 23 ( || D'ban q. v.) tn7' , n n.f. anguish, Jb 6 10 . 298 V^n t ,H, T^n n.m. 0b2 ° rampart, fortress (perh. orig. surrounding wall, cf. Sab. Denkm. »'°-2)_abs3 , nNa3 8 ,i'nLa2 8 +3t.( + ^io"'Qr v. na^n); cstr. bn i k 21 23 ; sf. ^n + 122 7 , n^n Zc 9 4 ; nS'n — n^n ^, 4 8 14 , cd* 40 "- 75 '- 96 " g( a »»'o. — j_ rampart (defined by Jews as J3 noin ; i.e. a little wall, cf. Ki s.v.), of an outer fortification 2 S 20 15 (others, by meton., of space between outer and inner fortif., incl. moat, v. Dr Kit); Is 26 1 La2 8 (both ||rtOfrl); in gen. of de- fences, or sea- power of Tyre it^n D>3 nSHI ZC9 4 (v. Sta 2AW ' 1I88U6 ;,of No-Amon (Thebes) VT 13ta nncin d>» d> Na 3 s ; of Zion ^i22 7 , also 48" (n^n = B^P, cf. supr.; both || ^nUOiK). — For ?0 I K 21 23 rd. piob. p?n ; q. v . 2. fortress n ? n ^ n ? nbaOb 20 the exiles of this fortress (Hi-St; Or AVRV this army, bn = ^n). tnS ,, n^48 14 , v. ^supr. t D^n n.pr.loc. E. of Jordan 2S10" (Th their army, but ©S2Ew Ge * hlll:m Am " 1 - HUU55n - 2 WeDr)=rnp°sJ;ri v 17 (@ a<x< v ); +D^nEz 4 7 16 (@ HXia/i) Co; ace. to this it lay on the border between Damascus and Hamath. t]Wl n.pr.loc. in Judah 1 Ch 6 a =]% 2. tp^h, ph n.pr.loc. 1. in Moab ft!* Je 48 21 (© XeXav, Xaia>v). 2. in Judah }bh Jos 15 61 (® XaXou, @L XftXou); priestly city 21" (® r«XXa, @L lX«, v ) = |Vn 1 Ch6 43 (®L Xia>v). Tl ,n n.pr.m. a man of Zebulon Nu i 9 2 7

m.m I0 «(® XmXo)!., ©L X(X^). 

tn?n^n n.f. anguish, Tl 'JTID «5>D Is2i 3 , D'ine ?33 'n Na 2"; Ez 30 4 ' 9 (|| TOTH). t TITO n.m. La * I5 dance ;— abs. '0 >/<■ 30 12 + 3t.; cstr. -'inn Je3i 4 ; «.?intp La5 15 ; — dance, token of joyousness ^30 12 (opp. 1BDD), Je3i 413 (cf. v b ), La 5 15 (opp. i>3N); act of praise to '< iff 149 s 150 4 ; accompanied by timbrel (^H) and sometimes other instruments if/ 149 3 ' 4 Je3i 13 . t[n^rTC] n.f. id.j—cstr.n^hect? 1 ; pi. n>ho EX32' 9 ; ni^riD Ex is 30 -*- 5 t.; dancing, token of joyousness after victory, Ju 1 1 34 1 S 18 16 21 12 29 s ; in worship, at feast Ju 21 21 ; act of praise to Ex 15 20 (song); in idolatrous wor- ship Ex32 19 (E); as graceful and beautiful Ct 7 1 ; accomp. by timbrel Ex 15 20 Ju 1 1 34 , and by singing EX15 20 1 Si8 6 (where however rd. prob. Po'lel Pt. ni^hon, c f. vb. ^n supr.; so ©We Dr), 2 1 12 29 s .' fll. [/in, T^n] vb.be firm, strong(Aram. Pa. strengthen, tO'n, JLL strength ; Palm. N^n 21 N31 general-in-chief Tog 1 * - 28 al.; Sab. ^>n Sab. Denkm. 91 (on ^n in Sab.n.pr.v.Hal JAS ™°.' s " .«3); Eth. "iA: "}?rt: £e strong, "iJZ.6i: strength, army, t£6u strong ; As. M(i)ltu, army Flood Tabl. iU!a (haiialtuJa. S ei- BAalm ); poes.comp.Ar.jii horses (as strong ones % cf. i^ 33 17 )) — only Qal Impf. in i3?t3 ?*nj N? Jb 20 21 his prosperity is not firm (does not endure) ; njrpaa "il"1"| VPtQ ty io 5 Am ways are a' ways firm (stable, pros- perous), so 01 De Pe Che al. ^TJmi n - m - 2K!0 ' 2 strength, efficiency, wealth, army; — abs. 'n Gn47 6 + , ^n i/,6o" + , Vt f 6o 14 + , tyj Is 36 s 2 K i8 17 ; cstr. ^H Ex i4 s +(onf io 10 v.n3i5n);sf.^ , njb3i 25 +2t.; VO Jei5 13 + ; i^n Exi 4 4 +,etc; pi. D^n 1 Ch 7 5 + 19 t.; sf. DfPpO Is 30 6 ; — 1. strength, usu. physical : a. seld. alone (chiefly poet.) 1 S 2 4 + i8 33 - 40 =2 S 22 s340 ; also Tl 1133 Jb 21 7 , cf.Ec io 10 ; Wr^s ^no f 84 s ; 'n nba 2 Ch 26 13 ; of virility Pr3i 3 ; of s power 1// 59" no 3 , cf. lib 3"; strength of horse -v/^ 33 17 ; fig. of product of vine and fig-tree Jo 2 s2 (|| 'IB), b. of result or display of strength 'n !"IB>y achieve might = aWa/iara%Nu24 18 (JE), 1 S14 48 f 6o"= io8 14 , 1 1 8 ,6:6 . c. oft. in phrases Ti(npia3, 'n(n)nia3 hero(es) of strength, mighty man (men) of valour Josi 14 (D), 6 2 8 3 io 7 (allJE), Ju6 12 n« 1S9 1 i6 18 1K11 28 2K5 1 i5 20 2 4 1416 iCh^f- 9 8 m + (very freq. in Ch), note esp. Tl ,_ I133 b» Wf&R

1 ; also'n 'i 2Ch i 3 3 (

i2rbo'i); o^nfrf)^ 1 Ch f- 711 - 40 1 1 26 (v. also -tea, p. 150); 'n(h)-f3, 'n(n)V.3 Dt 3 18 Ju i8 2 + (v. I3 8,p.i2i); 'n&tk, 'n ^3« J u 3 M 2o 44 - 46 1 S 31 12 1 1 16 2 S 23 20 (Qr ; Kt in, on phr. ^n B*N-|3 cf. Dr)=i Ch n 22 (Kt ^ft), 2 S 2 4 9 Na 2 4 Je 48 15 1 Ch io 13 Ne 1 1 6 ^76"; ironical 13B* 1jbo£ Tl 'K Is 5 s2 (|| QnttJ P nine6) ; Ec 1 2 3 metaph. of legs. 2. ability, efficiency, often involving moral worth 'n WK Gn 4 7" (J), Ex 1 8 2125 (both E) ; of a woman HB*K "n Pr i2 4 3 1 10 Eu 3 "; cf. 1 K i*" (opp. nyn), andesp.ySH *Kp riDN 'B'JK D'ni'X ^JT Tl 'BOX Ex 1 8 2 ' (E) ; 5wi nVv Pr 3 1 29 rfo worthily, efficiently, perh. also Eu 4"; late (with weakened mng. of -i33) DTi^Kn n'l niisj? rot^t? ^n nta? 1 Ch 9 13 , cf. TVpfe n32 Tl B*K ' 2 6 8 . So also I S io 26 (rd. Tl '33, v. © We Dr, men of worth, opp. ^JT^a '33 Wl

yin v 27 ) for MT 'H /orce, 6an</. 3. wealth Gn 34 m NU31 9 (bothP), Dt8 1718 33" Is8 4 io 14 30 6 (||DrhxiX), 60 s (|| DJ fion), v " 61 6 Mi 4 13 Je is 13 17 3 (both || nr*K), Zp i' 13 Ez 26 12 28 4 " Zc 14" Jb5 5 15 29 20 l518 3i 25 V49 7 -"6a» 73" Pr 13 s2 . 4. /orce, army, very oft. Ex^ 4 - 9 "- 28 (all P), 15 4 (song), 1 S 1 7 20 2 S 8 9 2 K 6 4 " 25 1 - 5 - 610 2 Ch 1 3 3 (n»nbo nfca ^na), 14 7 r 6 7 23"+; so usu. Jer.: Je 32 2 34 1 + ; freq. Ezek.: Ez 17" 27 10 + ; Dn 1 1'*"* =a band 1 S io 26 (MT, but v. 2, ad _/m.); of train of Queen of Sheba bM 'n 1 K io 2 = 2 Cho 1 ; 1?3 *>n Is 36'= 2 K 18" a powerful army (on form cf. Sta » ,94c ); also (late) taifn b*n 1 Ch 20 1 2 Ch 26", Dy ^0 Est 8"; U>7% |tan Dnn 10 ; 'nn~ib' 2 S 24 s captain of tlie host, Wl vfy v 4 - 4 ; D^TJIin nb' captains of armies (bands, divisions) 1 K i5 2 ° = 2 Ch 16 4 , 2 K 25 s3 Je 4 o 7I3 4i 1113 - 16 42 18 43"; Ww nij33 Nu 31" (P)._i^n Ez 3 2 31 om. B Hi Co; for ^n Ez 27 11 rd.prob.a n.pr.loc.,cf.Da; Coprop.p?nn(cf.47 1s 48 '), Hal *"■ **"■ ,S74 ' 69 lb n = Cilicia, v. Lag M '• m . t^nn n.pr.m. a ' son ' of Aram Gn 10^=

Ch I 17 , named between PU> and Via © OuX. 

Din ("/of foil.; meaning dub.; NH Din= be warm). t □*)!"! adj. darkened, dark brown or black, onlyofcolourofsheep(inGn30, J); — Din~nb r 73l mfeoa Gn 3 o 32 , '33 nim Gnso 33 - 35 , jsss mtHw Gn30 40 (cl. prob. interpol. 01 Hup De We Di). rroin v. sub ran. T tfO'in] vb. pity, look upon with com- passion (Aram, .m.'., DW pity, spare; As. Ms, in n.pr. cf. D1 F^,8, )— Qal Pf 3 fs.npn Ez 16 5 ,

ms. WDO Jon 4 10 ; /m/>/. 3 ms. DWJ Je 2 1 7 ; DfT 

^72"; 3fs. wrai ia i 3 18 ; D^nri Dt7 16 +9t. (Ges ,nB4 Bo* I1S5<2 >); DHFI Gn 4 5' ;o Ez 9 5 ; Dnni 1 S 24" Ez 20 17 ; 1 s. Dins J e i3 14 + 2 t.; Imv. npin Jo 2 17 Ne 1 3 s2 : — a. of the eye, py,

  • b»V D(l)nn (N7) the eye «Ao?? (not) look with com-

passion, pity, upon Dt 7 16 13 9 19 13 Is i3 18 Ez 7 4 2o' 7 ; py ^V nDn s ^ Ezi6 5 ; DhrrpK D33'5? D3!?3~7j; Gn 45 20 (E JK ) let not your eye look with regret upon your stuff; with ellipsis of PS 1 S 24 11 (but rd. am for DlVn © @ $ We Klo Dr); with ellipsis of ?y Dt 1 9 21 25 12 Ezs" f 8 18

10 ; ED^y Dnn by (ba) Ez 9 s . b. of God by nam 

Ne 1 3 s2 Jo 2 17 ; rtO>3 by Dim i6 Jon 4 U ; ellipsis of ?5? Jei3 14 Ez24 14 . c. of man: the Messianic king P>3W b"T-by if, 72 13 /ie «/iaM Aare ^>% on poor and needy, Nebuchadrezzar Drcby (i.e. on Zedekiah and the people) Je 21 7 ; Jouah, pppn by Jon 4 10 . — Vid. also ?on. Fpn v. sub 11. epn. t DDin n.pr.m. head of a Benjamite family Nu 26 s ", not in ©; (=D'Sn Gn 46 21 , cf. also 1 Ch 7' 215 ). t^Q^in adj. gent, of foregoing, c. art. = n. coll. 'fin Nu 26 39 . I. t*")n ('/of foil., meaning unknown). yin n.[m.] the outside, sts., esp. in pi., spec, a street, never with sf. in sg., with n_ loc. nxin, nsn, p i. rrixw, rfisn, -with sf. Vtfm etc., Is 1 5 3 etc.; — X.the outside, of a house, tent, city, camp, etc., oft. used, esp. with preps., to express the adv. idea of outside, abroad (Aram, syn., exc. in sense 2 a, is ~&, ii): a. as accus. after vb. of motion Dt 23 13 fl ttT to go forth outside (sc. a camp), v 14 (as adv. accus.) , JA3B'3 pn outside, P'nn N'Jtin to bring forth outside (a house or chamber) Ju 1 9 s5 2 S 1 3 18 cf. Ne 1 3 s , Jui2 9b pnn-'O n:6 t03n nta from outside, from abroad, 2 K 4 3 JWT? D^3 ^^ from outside (opp. IV33 v 2 ); as genit. Lv 18 9 n l? i|0 pin one born abroad (i. e. by another father or mother, of a half-sister: opp. n?3rn^D)Ez47 2 - 2 . With n_ loc. nSin t after a vb. of motion Ex 12 46 nStfl . . . njffiJT?, Pr 5" 2 Ch 29 1S , 33" "Vfi Mfffl outside of the city, Nu 35' "Vjn n s ij>0 nsmi from the wall of the city and outwards; = on the outside, without 1 K 6 s Is 33 7 1p$?V nxm cry without, 2Ch24 8 : so HSWn Gn 15 5 'nn ^nk NSi'l and brought him outside, 19 17 24 w Jos 2 ,9 + , 1 K 8 8 nsinn WV »b we re not seen towards the outside, Dt 25 s Tftt nv;n K7 ■» {y^b nsinn non i.e. shall not be married into another family, cf. Ju 12 9 *. b. with preps.: a. t)inn"i>K towards tlie outside EZ41 9 , t34 21 pleon. niinn-^N. 6. pm3 Gn 9 s2 outside (opp. ni>n.N Tfm v 2 '), 24 31 pin? nbyn neb, Dt 24" Ex 2 1 19 pn3 l^nnni DAP" DN (after leaving a sick couch), 2 K io 24 ^ 31 12 Ez 7 15 (opp.rVSD), Ho 7' + . c. tpinb Vmi 7 pnb nv , ; = oti <A«  outside EZ41 17 42 7 , t^Sin? 2Ch32 s towards the outside, d. pno on (|l? 3 c) the outside Ez 40 19 46 s , pmoi n^30 within and without (of an ark, building, etc.) Gn 6 14 Ex 25" = 37 s

K 7 9 , Dt 32 15 3 , in-i)3E'n pno ( pp. Dnnnoi yarn 

PT! no'K), La I s0 (cf. Ez 7 U supr. 6); so pnnp tEz4i M . j> P™? om </<e outsj'de o/, Gn 19 16 -v$ pnp wnw, 24" Ex 26 s4 37" Lv8 17 14 8 Nu 35' Jos 6 23 Je2i 4 + , even after a vb. of motion 1 K 21" "t$ pnp VWXto, 2K23 6 , though in this case 7 pITO 7N is more common, Lv4 1 "' rand? pro **, 6 4 10 4 i 4 404l + oft. P, Dt 23 11 . «. ffSVTD Ez 40 40 on tlte outside, |> nttTO v 44 . / (late) t IP P n outside of, Ec 2 26 who can eat, and who enjoy, "^pp pn outside of me, i.e. except me? (but rd. rather, with © <a De Now al., WW pn <y)ar< ,/rojn, without him, i. e. God). (So NH f» pn exce//*, with- out, v. De 1 * 2 - 25 . Cf. the Aram. syn. JO 13 except Ex20 3 J, apart from, without Is 36 10 X ; Syr. ^ii »ii». id.) . Of a definite locality, viz. a. that which is outside the houses of a town, i. e. a street IS51 23 D'layb pna, Je 37 21 D'BKn pn the Bakers' street, Pr I 20 pn? nnrna : so f> PC's* ninn the 'n Je 5"

13 Je 9 20 ); oft. in pi., as 

streets of Ashkelon 2 S I 20 , tbtiVP

17JI4 +oft. Jer., 1 K 20 34 pefia ^"DT" nisrn 

and streets (i.e. bazaars) shalt thou make thee in D., as my father made in Samaria (a con- cession involving the right of trading), Am5 16 Is 15 3 24" (as scene of mourning), Is 5 25 Je 51 4 Ezn 6 2S 23 (as filled with corpses of slain), nijnn - ?? e»S03 i. e. in conspicuous places, Na 3 10 La 2 19 4 1 Is 5 1 20 , ni«n B'D mire of streets Zc io 5 (trampled on by warriors), in simile, of foes trodden under foot, ty 1 8 43 Mi 7 10 (so 'n IDh? Is io 6 ), metaph. of cheapness and abundance Zc 9 3 . b. more gen., that which is outside enclosed cities, the open country, Jb 18' 7 N?1 pTPJB-i>S b Dt? ( v . De), cf. Pr 24 s7 ; in the pi.' Jb 5 10 ninn »jb by d?p r6eh, p r 8 26 ^ 144 13 (as place where flocks abound). tpirn adj. outer, external (opp, VJf) f. njrtrn (f or jixin, by dissim., Ba 1 "'""' Phil BA8II.2.S62 G e8 'W.3E6^_ 1# 2 Kl6 18 ^fH N13D njlOPnn the outer entry of the king (viz. to the Temple), Ez 44 1 the outer gate of the sanctuary, n:iynn ixnn the outer court (of the Temple) Ez io 6 4 o 17MMMX 4a M.M*.M 44 i».i 4 g9 50 - 21 , cf. Est 6 4 (of Ahasuerus' palace), 2 Ch 33 14 'n npin an ow<er wall (built by Manasseh lor the th tf ); jisnnn a bsol., in i'lrn 1 ) 1 K 6 2930 , |irn3 Ez 4 1 17 (n^3H being understood) of the outer (part of the Temple), i. e. the Holy Place (cf. 'D'M, njPlf, of the Holy of holies). 2. fig. outward, external njirnn nat6pn Ne 11" 1 Ch 26 s9 , of business not distinctively sacred, in which Levites were engaged (cf. the NH use of 'n to denote extra-canonical, as Sanh. io 1 [Jost, 11 1 Surenh.] DWnn D^DD). II. Tin ("/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^U sew to- gether, Aram. ^J. bind, compress, crfyiyyeiv, ).**. bandage : ULL IV. encompass, kJla. waW, which is oft. compared, does not correspond phoneti- cally). t^Tj n.[m.] party-wall (NH id., prob. from Ez I. c.) — Ez 13 10 , ace. to Ki njma nx'no i.e. a thin or party- wall. pl!"7, pTT (-/of foil.; As. htku, embrace, Creation Tabl.* -1,8 ; Ar. (J*.*- ring, (_>>=■ width of desert, of well, of vulva, tjy> wide; Di comp. also Eth. thjSfi shore of sea, fr. sur- rounding, cf. As. supr.) t [pin] n.[m.] bosom, f 74" Kt Hpin (but rd. Qr IJJ^n , v. following). tp^n, pn n.[m.] bosom (NH id.) — abs. P>T Ez 43 17 Pr le^ + Ez 43 13 (Coip'n, cf. ZKW .pp.C7ff.. n pnn Dj.8ml.xi) pr] p,. 2 jl4. cgtr pn 1 K 22 35 + 3 t. + Ez 43 14 "(Co ipn) pn p r

20 (om. by accident in Baer, cf. Str"""-) 17 23 ; 

sf. "p'D 1 K 3 20 V 89 51 ; ?n Jb 1 9 s7 etc.; elsewh. alw. plene c. sf.; "Jpin Kt i//- 74" (Qr IP'n); — bosom, specif. 1. of fold of garment, at breast Ex 4 6M " (all J), Pre 27 16 33 , metaph. of '1 ^ 74 11 ; '03 nnfe> Pr 21 14 is a hidden reward (concealed in bosom; |J "TT1D3 [HD); pnp in& 1 7 s3 is a gift secretly given; fig., requite into bosom Is 65 s - 7 ^35" 79 12 Je 32 18 . 2. carry (NB0) in bosom, Moses the people Nun 12 (JE); Naomi, Ruth's child Ru4 16 ,cf. 1K3" 17 19 ; ewelamb2Si2 3 Is 40" (metaph.); La 2 12 of infants dying in their mothers' arms ; fig. of carrying insults in one's bosom ijr 89 s1 (rd. prob. ril??? for ?3, v. Bi Che). 3. bosom as part of body : a. external, lie in bosom, of wife mat? Mi 7 s , cf. 2S 12 8 ; concubine Gn 16 5 (J) cf. 1 K i 2 ; (l)P'n nSW Dt 13 7 28", cf. also Pr 5 20 n>"l33 pn PjjjW; W»n t^i* Dt28 S6 . b. in- ternal, anger resteth D'^Da 'TO Ec 7 9 ; Vffa ^3 ■"pns Jb 19 27 my reins are consumed within me; Jb 23 12 (rd.-pna for ^np, so & 55 01 Me Stu Di) in my breast have I hidden the words of his mouth (cf. 'Spa 1^ 119 11 ); fig. of interior of chariot 1 K 22 s5 33*in 'n ; of hollow bottom ppin

vrr of altar Ez 43 13 "" (Sm Rinne; Co Grundein- fassung). t p'pin n.pr.loc. city in Asher i Ch 6«° © Ikok, ®L Akuic ; but rd. prob. rij3pn (as Jos 19 25 ) q.v. — njji?n Jos 19 34 v. sub ppn. fl. [^"inj vb. be or grow white, pale (Ar. jj^. be vihite, '^L ivhiteness, Aram. iL, "^ 6e white) — only Qal Impf. 3 mpl. nny tOl njrg vjb is 2 Q 2S (|| 2"pj?: B»ta« nny *6). ti. "tin n.[m.] white stuff (dub. whether cotton or linen, cf.DSI?), || n?rri: — ofMordecai's garments "WIJ n^jn n«Sp B>>al>3 Est 8 16 * in a royal garment of violet and white stuff (cf. poa-W fa Ijnsrjl ,». f furnishings of royal palace of Susa p3- | f>3n3 nn« rtam dsi? 'n JD3-1K1 i 6 white stuff of [fine linen{) held fast by cords of byssus and purple. "h"Yin n.m. white stuff, cf. 1. "Wl; B*?"*1 At » • : : ^in Is 19 9 ana" (those) weaving white stuff. f l^h n.[m.] white bread or cake ^D HB>i>E> ^H Gn 40 16 ?/wee baskets of white bread. — 11. ^n v. in. Tin. f 11. "Wl n.pr.m. (mng. dub.; cf. Nab. n.pr. nin No in Eut"- 15 )— 1. © Q P , named with Aaron as compan. of Moses Ex iy 10 - 12 24 14 (all E). 2. © %>, a Judabite Ex3i 2 =35 30 , cf. 3 8 M (all P) 1 Ch 2 19 - 20 - 50 (on div. of verse v. Be VB); also 4 1 - 4 2 Ch i 5 . 3. © Ovp, a king of Midian Nu 3 1 8 Jos 1 3 21 (both P). 4. ®L 2w P (B om.) head of fam. of returned exiles Ne 3". 5. Iin-f3 officer of Sol. 1 K 4 8 , v. sub I? p. 122. in. "Yin = ~H v. sub III. mn. t*TW1 n.pr.m. a hero of David bn3D 'n M 1 Ch 1 1 32 © Ovp( t ),, ©L Ovpu, ; = nn 2 S 23 30 (om. B ; A Ad&u, ©L A<M<u). t"'Wl n.pr.m. a Gileadite (of Gad) 1 Chs" (© Ovp( t )t). trn^l n.pr.m. (-/"lln but mng. dub.) an Adullamite, friend of Judah Gn 38 112 (both J), © Eipat. □~lin v. □"V , n sub ns, nnK supr. p. 27 b. II. *lin (Vof foil.; cf. Ar. Jli bend, turn, incline, of man be weak, Lane 820 ", ,£i hollow, depressed ground between hills. fl. "lh n.[m.] hollow, only in "J|"1?D "^ Nu 33 32 hollow of Gidgad (v. Di). ., m.-™-i,-ih, (anin) v. sub n., ulttc

1 ^n n.pr.terr. (meaning unknown ; con- 

jectures are : — black-land (as basaltic region), supported by^Ji. black, dial, of Yemen, Maltzan 2 " 01SHao ,and tokens of immigration from Yemen into Hauran, Wetzst in De Job2 - a * i "w*». 12 » ; land of caves, Thes Hi-Sm, Porter ™«- B and M/ow, GASm°'°« r - 56S , who comp. Heb.Tn hole; but this prob. fr. m. Tin, and Ar. .ji., hollow, diff. fr. jjITj^.) — district SE. fr. Mt. Hermon, extending between Jaulan and Lejah, toward Syr. desert; only |J,n ^33 Ez 47 16 cf. $0 pat? tfmfl P 3 '?' 1 v 18 ;=As. ijaurani DF* 2 "; © AV<""« f , and so J s Ant " M, " <! -, Ar. yCi. On this district v. Wetzst B * ur *"> a860) and in De ,obl Kim ■ft d ™mit. g cnumacner Acro»«h.jort U ..i8«i;2rv III. 1889, 225 IT. (with m«p) QASm Geojr. M2f.«»ff. f I. l^FT vb. haste, make haste (As.haiu, Dl Prl8 °, Eth./fcf):; onthisvb.v.Nb ZM018es ' 638 )— Qal Pf 3 ms. B*TI Dt 32 s5 (or Pt., but v. Di), 1 g. "R^n ^ 1 i 9 M ; /m^/ 3 fs. r*»l (sic !) Jb 31 8 Ges }72B.9 ; /ww- n ^ n x g 20 38 + 6 t | ] + | 7I n Qr (Ktnt^n); Inf. sf. ^n Jb 20 s ; Pt. act. VK lib i 8 + Is 8 1 - 3 in n.pr. ; jmss. D^n Nu 32"; butv.infr. :— ma£eA«8teDt32 36 (||3np),j/ii9 li0 ; in prophetic n.pr. T3 &?n tyy "HJB I S 8 1J ; of eagle (in sim. of Chald. army) b)3xb B'n ~&i Hb i 8 ; Jb3i 5 subj. ^31, sq. HOID'S?; '? 'tWl Jb 20 2 my haste in me, i.e. my inward excite- ment — esp. Imv. 1 S 20 38 (|| iTWD), and in ^ : sq- , n"31$ 22 20 3s 23 40" 70 2 7 1 12 (Qr); sq. "b 70 6 141 1 ; p<. pas«. D'B'n ybn Nu 32", but prob. for D"E>On (Kn Di comp. EX13 18 etc.); Ba NB 180 retains D^n and regards it as act. (in- trans.) = hastening. Hiph. Pf. ^nn J u 2 o '"• ; Impf C"IT Is 28 16 ; rtfix coh. 5 18 (Ges t<8 - S ); ne«nN C oh. ^ 55"; sf. n3e*nx i s 60 22 ;— 1. shew haste, act quickly Ju 20 37 ; hasten, come quickly r85»(«ubj.V^e,||"»TOJ; others: lethimhasten on his work), B^IT Is 28 16 hasten away (flee), or hasten about distractedly (si vera 1.; Che Guthe rd. E^ i/teZrf, jice way). 2. transit, c. sf. Is 60 22 / wz'W hasten it ; c. ace. J> 55 s / would hasten ( = secure quickly) my escape. tC/"n adv. quickly, &*n T3 »3 ^ 90 10 of passing away of human life. f II. LliHnJ vb. feel, enjoy (with the senses) (Now comp. Ar. (jLi feel, perceive by senses; NH WVlfeel pain; Aram. «£, twn / ee / ^m ; mnn

Eth. thTfi: }>erception) — only Qal Impf. 3 ms. E^IT 'EH bx' <e Ec 2 25 M;/io can ea« and who can feel (i.e. enjoy jAeasure)^ TnCVl npr.m. a 'son' of "fln = place in Judah T iCh4 4 . T^ritrn adj. gent, of foregoing: — 1. of individ., c. art. 'nil 2 S 2i 18 = 1 Ch 20, 2 S 23" = iChii M , v. also 1CI127 11 . t-ttJTT n.pr.m. 1. '3"]Kn fl 2 S 15 32 so 1 7 61 *, called in njn 1 5 3 ' friend of David, so 16 16 *; cf. i6 16bl7 - ,8 'iCh2 7 33 ; also 1 S 1 7 6 - 7 - 915 . 2. 1 K 4 16 father of one of Solomon's officers. ti.a^in, tTUXln.pr.f. wife of Shaharaim of Benjamin, D^ri 1 Ch 8 8 , BM0T v". fiLD^'n n.pr.m. ofDan/np V.? Gn46 ra cf. int< '33 n&n 1 Ch 7 12 (v. Be VB) ; = Dr«e> (q.v.) Nu 2 6 42 cf. ♦nijW v 4243 . TDE7n, Dtt^n n.pr.m. a king of Edom : DBTI Gn 3 6 M3il =DWn 1 Ch I 4546 . onin v. sub win. T ^Ntn v. ?Nntn sub i. run. fl. J"l?n vb. (almost wholly poet.) see, be- hold (Aram. )ju., Kjn, see, perceive with the eyes; Palm. Ethp. WW = So^Reckendorf 2MG ' 1888 - w ; Ar. l?J»-. perceive with the inner vision, only ; jLL astronomer, astrologer) — Qal Pf. 'n ^ 58" + 6 1.; n^n p r 22 29 29 30 ; rvjn is 578; win jb 1 5 >- ; sjrmn ^,63 3 ; irn Jb 2 4 1 + 5t. ; orpin Jb 2 7 12 Ez 13 78 ; /my/.nt:TNu24 4 + 2t.; 3fs.TnniMi4";

ms. mnn Ex 18 21 ; 1 s. rnnx ^17"+ 4 1; tnA 

Jb 23';' pi. WT Is 26" + 4 t.; f**TP Is 2 6 n ] n ?W Is33 17 +2t.; WrjH Is 3 o 10 Ct7'; 1 pi. ninji ct7'; Imv. mn"i s 33 2» 4 g6 ; vn ,/, 4 6 9 Is'3'0 10 ; /n/ ctfr. rttn f 27 4 Ez 21 34 ; Ft. mh Ez 12 27 ; pi. D'lh Is 4 7 13 Ez 13 916 2 a 28 . (All other ptc. forms are used as nouns, v. nth.) 1. see, behold: a. with the eye, ace. rei V'58 911 Pr 2 2 a 29 20 Is 33 20 57 s ; God in theophany Ex 24 11 (JE); God, after death, apart from the flesh Jb io 26 - 27 ; the face of God fn' 17' 6 (after death), b. auhj. the eyes themselves; man's eyes: T^y 'TH? ***"* e V es wil1 behold Is 33"; also of God's eyes : ty 1 1 4 1 7 2 . c. with 3 look on (intensely, with gratification); a damsel Ct 7 11 ; Zion Mi 4"; " Dyb in the temple V'27 4 ; the work of God Jb36 25 ; with investigation D'OSiaa on the stars, as stargazers, in astrology Is 47 1S . 2. see as a seer in the ecstatic state, with ace. of the vision seen : |l?n Is i 1 Ez 12 27 13"; ntnD Nu24 416 (JE ; poet., Balaam); mro KIB'Ezis 7 ; NtTOIsis'Hbi 1 ; ^!1E'nl^<'B'DLa2 ,4 ; K10 Ez 13 6923 2 1 34 22 s8 La 2"; an Ez 13 8 ; ip'fZcio 2 ; obj. deceitful things Is so 10 ; (Q*)-~l IS2 1 Am i 1 Mi i 1 ; with b, be a seer, for any one Is 30 10 ; see a vision for one La 2 1414 . 3. see, perceive : a. with the intelligence, abs. Jb 34 32 Pr 24 32 ; ace. rei Is 48 s ; Yahweh in his temple ijr 63 s ; in his providential workings Jb 23 s ijr 46 s1 Is 26"". b. see, by experience abs. Jb 27 12 ; ace. rei Jbi5 17 24 1 . c. provide, i"n 'twtc Dj>n i>3G nrnn Ex 18 21 provide from all the people men of ability (E). Note.— WV>. D'J3J< JV3 Jb 8" is difficult : RV renders he (it) beholdeth the place of stones (the root of the plant personified) Hengst, cf. Reuss al. after Mi 3 7 ; historical writers mthn n:n 2 Ch 33^ DW1 nan (@) 2 Ch 33 19 (MT appar. n.pr.) b. named prophets; Gad 2824"= iCh2i 9 , iCh2 9 29 2Ch29 25 ;AmosAm7 12 ; Iddo 2 Ch 9 M j2 15 ; Jehu 2CI1 19 2 . c. the singers : Heman i Ch25 6 ; Asaph 2 Ch 29 30 ; Jeduthun 2 CI135 15 . Note — It seems best to add 2. vision (cf. nxi is 2 8 7 ) njh o^ i>iKe> dji i s 28 15 with She'Cl we made a vision (had a vision, in con- nexion with She '61 — i.e. by necromancy, v. Du — which makes us secure; || XTIDVIK 1TH3 JTO); Ew 51568 trans, oracle here and '2K17 13 ; Hoffm ZA,f '"' 9S puts this under 1 : 'we have appointed a prophet with She '61 (SS " Ein bei der Scheol be- stellter Seher"), who is answerable to us for it ; ' © 93 % AVRVChe Di al., are at (or have made an) agreement (prophetic advice of seers being taken at time of making treaties; v. tWJ 1), — Vid. also nth~?3 n.pr.m. sub 73 . tptn n.m. D " 8 ' 1 vision (on format, cf. Lg BN204 )— abs. 'n Ho 12"+ 25 t.; cstr. *itn Is i 1 + 8 t. 1. vision, as seen in the ecstatic state rmn

wi || DDp Mi 3 6 ; || QDPO Ez n*; || niD^n Dn i 17 ; || tt"22 Dn 9 24 ; 'n IWI Ez 12 27 13 16 ; 'n nK"l Dn 8 15 ; 'H3 HNn Dn8"9 31 ; 'H3 131 ^89 £0 ; Jim ?N nNnj Dn 8' viston ap2>eared unto; 'n XSD flirPD "La, 2* find a vision from Yahweh; also Ez 12 2223 Dn 8 1317 - 26 io 14 1 1». 2. ot«oji, in the night iT*? Jitn I s 29^. 3. divine commu- nication in a vision, oracle, prophecy 'n t?p3 N'3JO seek a vision (jnrophecy) from prophet Ez

  • || (ff)-Q*r 1 S 3 1 1 Ch 17 16 ; ro-r nab jiin

Je 23 16 a proplieey of their own hearts (minds) they speak; Dsb rVEnni 5>yK DDpl "«> Jim D^amo msn j e I4 m / a / sg „/ OTOTl an< jr ( Ti byN) worthless divination if deceit of their own hearts they are prophesying; 'n 3713 write the vision Hb 2 2 ; also Ho 12" Hb 2 3 Pr 29 18 Ez 7 13 (del. Co). 4. vision, as title of book of prophecy, mrO Jim "1BD Na i l ; 1iTyt5» 'n Is I 1 ; .T13V 'n Ob 1 ; of other writings of prophets 2 Ch 32 s2 . t [ni^n] n.[f.], only cstr. V«(£ "iina in the visions (prophecies) of Iddo 2 Ch 9 29 , the title of a collection of prophetic history, v. Jim 4. ' J1*rtn n.f. vision, conspicuousness (on format, cf. Lg BN:02 )— abs. 'n Is2i 2 Dn8 58 ; cstr. Him Is 29"; sf. DSnitn I S2 8 18 ;— 1. vision, oracle ofaprophet y""IH| '"l^p Jlltn Is 21 2 a hard vision is declared to me; ?3H Jlltn D3? mjjll DWnn TBfH n3"]3 Is 29" <Ae mm (prophecy) of the whole is become to you as the words of a sealed writing; Dipn t6 biKDTlS: D?rnTPI Is 28 18 your agreement with Sheol will not stand, so Thes MV De Che Di al. after Vrss, but Ew MM " renders oracle, and Siegf. ffellseherei, v. '"im 2. 2. conspicuousness in appearance: Tttn [*3p a conspicuous horn Dn8 5 = the great horn v 8 - 21 ; so Wft nirn Dn 8 8 , but < rd. rrnrw others, as © Gr Bev. p Y jn n.m. 287 - 17 vision (on format, cf. Lg BN;00 )— abs. 'n 2 S 7 17 Is 22 1 - 5 ; cstr. ji"m Jb 20"

15 ; sf. «*jn z «3 4 ; pi- abs. niJ'm jb' 7 14 j 03 ', 

cstr. id. Jb 4 13 ; — 1. vision, in the ecstatic state 'n «n Jo 3 1 ; Tl (K)<3 valley of vision Is 22 15 . 2. vision, in the night flby (ni)3inn Jb 4 13 20 8 33 1S ; || nibbn Jb 7 14 . 3. divine communication in a vision, oracle, j>rophecy: || D^ST 2 S 7 17 (ssJWl lChl7 15 ); *JltC3n3 iJ ; JRD pitf W>3JZo 1 3 4 they will be ashamed, every one of his vision when he propliesieth. TjWH n.pr.m. (vision) ancestor of Benha- dad king of Aram 1 K is 18 (Kloprop. )i"im and comp. © 1 Kn 23 ').

  • ' ^nfll n.pr.m. (El sees ; As. Haza'ilu

COT "™) king of Aram 2 K 8 8 " 16 , v»=2 Ch 22 6 ; contr. S'J" 1 K 1 9 1517 2 K 8' 12 , v M = 2 Ch 2 2 6 , 2 Kg 14 - 15 io 32 1 2 18191 » 1 3 ".22.?4.s5. bNTTJ n'3 Am i 4!

  • 7 N^n n.pr.m. {vision of El) Levite of

the line of Gershon, of the time of Solomon 1 Ch 23 s . trPtn n.pr.m. (Yah hath seen) one of the chiefs of the ffJWT) '03 Ne 1 1 5 . ^ tNTOT^ n.pr.m. (El sees)—l. Benja- mite warrior of David 1 Ch 12 4 . 2. priest of David 1 Ch 16 6 . 3. a Levite 1 Ch 23 19 24'°. . a Levite of the sons of Asaph 2 Ch 20". . ancestor of one of the families of the re- storation Ezr 8 5 . •"f^T n.pr.m. (Yah sees) a prince of the restoration Ez io 15 . T^tTO n.[m.] vision — abs.'oGn 15 1 ; cstr. mnp Nu2 4 416 Ez 13 7 ; — vision, in the ecstatic state K1E> nmo (|| 313 DDpO) Ez 13 7 of the false prophets; *# nmo Nu 24 416 (JE; poems of Balaam); nmi33 D"13lH>t< 'i -Q-1 ,Tn Gn I5'(R) the word of '"• came unto Abram in a vision. T HtnTp n.f. light, place of seeing, win- dow, nmD'bs nine light over against light 1 K 7 4 - 5 . " tn^PIQ n.pr.m. (visions) 1 Ch 25 4 (but on this list cf. RS OTJ04SI,!,,d - s - 1 * , ),=n < «»]nD iCh 25 30 a Hemanite chief of a course of singers. II. JlTFt (-/of foil.; Ar.lii hi., Sfi» be opposite, x^ front, Lane 537b ; v. Lg BS5 ° Dr' 178 , cf. Sab. nnn prep, opposite DHM in M V). T 7})T n.m. L,7S1 breast of animals (Aram. UJ., «n0)— abs. 'n Ex29 M +4t.; cstr. mn Ex 2 9 27 +5 1.; pi. niTPI Lv 9 *>- 2i — breast, only ^ and only of sacrificial animals; always as wave- offering; of ram of installation Ex 29 s6 - 27 Lv8 w , of peace-offering Lv7 3030 9 20 - 21 , of Nazirite sacrif. Nu 6 20 ; perquisite of Aaron and his sons Lv 7 3134 io 1415 , cf. Nui8 18 . tiTn n.pr.m. son of Nahor Gn 22 s2 , © Afav (cf. As. n.pr.loc. UazA, mentioned with BazA nn

am j~ (v. in. W3) by Esar. Dl F » S07iZK18iB '*"- COT on Gn 22 21 ; also Di). Tin (v of foil.; Ar. *jL cut or notch; pierce (Frey)). t[rtH] n.[m.] thunder-bolt, lightning- flash (NH WO; Aram. NWn shining cloud) — only cstr. t*gj and pi. DT1-H ; niVp Hq^ qTfl Jb28 M and a way for thunder-bolts = 38^; DfEj nb*v "• Zc io 1 (|| DK'pBD). pIM , 91 vb. be or grow firm, strong, strengthen (NH id. ; Aram, .oj-., Pin bind on or about, gird on, cf. Ar. jji faVtrf, squeeze) — tQal P/'n Gn 4 i w + 4 t; fjn 2CI126 15 ; sf. ^FJIJ 2 Ch28 20 , etc.; /«!/>/. pTH; 2 Ch 28 7 (Baer)+2t.; PID'! Gn 41 "-h; *p|ITJaSlO u + 2 t. ; 1p}n; Is 28^;' Imv. m Dt 1 a»+ ; ^P]n Dt 3i«-r; /«/ c»«r. nj7?nb 2 K 12 13 ; sf. np,inj> Ez 30 2 '; ft. pin Ex 19 19 2 S3 1 , etc.;— I. intrans.&e or grow strong : — 1. a. of physical strength of hands Ju 7 11 2 S 2 7 16 21 Ez 22 14 Zc 8 913 (on Ez 3" v. infr.); of arm, sq. inf. Ez 30 21 ; used of recovery fr. illness Is 39 1 ; sq. JO compar. over- power 1 S 17 50 (c. 3 instr.), 2 S 13". b. of people, army Dt n 8 Josi7 13 (JE), =Ju i 28 , Ezr 9 12 ; sq. IP compar. be stronger than, too strong for, prevail against 2 S io lln =i Ch 19 1212 1 K 20 2325 ; id., sq. ace. 1 K 16 22 , cf. of '* as prevailing over man Je 20 7 (|| 73}); sq. b> 2 Ch 8 3 2 7 5 . c. of royal power pim Tjbh TH)

S 3 1 (opp. D'hi D^p'n); c f. 2 Ch 26 ,s (|| n$jn 

v 16 ), Dn 11 6 *. d. prevail over, upon, of word of king 2 S 24 4 (sq. "^) = i Ch 21 4 (sq. 5>J?). e. of bonds Is 28 s2 . f. of sound of trumpet -IND pirn Tjbin Ex I9 ,9 (E, cf. ptn v 16 ) it grew much louder and louder. 2. be firm, fast: — a. lit. be caught fast, of Absalom's head 2 S 1 8 9 (sq. 3). b. be firm, secure, of a kingdom 2K 14' (+YTO)=a Ch 25 s i+vfyft. Oftener c. be firm= courageous, confident, esp. Imv., usually || pt< (q. v.), Dt 3i 6 - 723 Jos l"- 7 - 918 I0 a 23 6 (all D), S10" 13 s9 1K2 2 iChi 9 13 (Hpmnn), 22 13

1020 2 Ch 15 7 19" 3 2 7 Ezr io 4 V 27" 3i 26 Is 

35* 4 1 8 Hg 2* AA Dn io 1919 ; sq. nenjnsfc 2 Ch 25 s . d. hold firmly to, devote oneself to, sq. 3 2 Ch 3 1 e. sq. Inf. be firm not to eat blood, i.e. firmly refrain from it Dti2 23 , cf. 1 Ch 28 7 . 3. press, be urgent, sq. -'J? + Inf. Ex 1 2 s3 (E) ; sq. ->S? of hand of '* in prophetic ecstasy Ez 3 14 (© Co rd. 'I^JEJ, adj., v. Fjn). 4, i n bad sente : a. grow stout, rigid, hard, with idea of per- versity, of Pharaoh's heart Ex 7 15 - 22 8 1S (all P), 9 s5 (R); cf.D3n3T^yipmMal 3 13 . b. be severe, grievous, of battle 2 K 3 26 ; of famine Gn 41 5657 (E), 47*- (J ; sq. bv), 2 K 2 5 3 = Je 52 s . II. transit, only ipjn X? 2 Ch 28 20 strengtlisned him not, but txt. very dub. (|| i^> "WW). V. Pf. p?n ^ i 4 7 13 + , etc.; Imp/, PEJ*1 Ex 9 12 -|- 10 1., etc.; Imv. PJO Ne 6 9 +2t.; ft. *gjn Na 3 14 ; 'i??. n Is 54 2 etc.; 7m/. crfr. P?n 2 K i2 9 + 12 t.; Pt. p?ntp Ex 14 17 ; D^OD 2 K 12 9 ;— 1. make strong (physically) : a. sq. ace. pers. Ju 16 28 ; sq. by 3 12 ; sq. D^n» Na 2 2 (|| nb f*BK ; f personif. people), b. = restore to strength Dn io 1819 ; to Jtealth Ez 34 4 ' 16 ; c. p give strength to 1 Ch 29 12 ; so, sq. DpS"" 1 !, Ho'7' 5 Ez 30 24 (and v 25 Co, v. Hiph.) c. sq. ace. rei Is 41' Je io 4 (both c. 3 instr.; of manufacture of idols); of strengthen- ing tent-pegs, in metaph. Is 54 4 , cf. 33 23 ; sq. bars of gates ^ 147 13 ; oft. of making strong, fortifying a town, etc. Na 3 14 2Chn 1L12 26° 32 s ; = repair (wall, obj. not expr.) Ne 3 19 v. Hiph.; c. ace. of temple 2 K 12 6715 22 6 2 Ch

612 2 9 3 34 8 , cf. v 10 (IIP^); sq.'" rpab 1 Ch 
27 ; obj. breaches (ace.) 2 K i 2 8 - 913 22 5 . d. of 

establishing kingdom 2 Ch 1 1 . 2. strengthen the hands (ace.) of any one, i.e. sustain, en- courage (opp. HB"1) Ju 9 24 Je 23 14 Ez 13 22 Is 35 3 Jb 4 s Ezr 6 s2 Ne 2 18 6 9 2 Ch 29 s4 ; DM^NS IT tip 1 S 23 16 ; sq. 3 Ezr i 6 ( + 3 instr.) 3. make strongs-bold, encourage, c. ace. Dt i 3s 3 s8 2 S 1 1 5 Is 4 1 7 ; c. ace. pers-^- JV3 JTlhVP 2 Ch 35 s . 4. make firm : — a. c. 2 ace. ^PJO*? ^£333X1 Is 2 2 21 and with thy sash (of office) will I make him firm, i.e. bind it firmly about him (|| B"2^n). b. make firm or fixed, = definitely adopt TP JH "OT ID? yj, 64°. 5. make rigid, hard, i. e. perverse, obstinate, harden (the heart of any one) Ex 4 21 io 2027 (all E), 9 12 n'° i 4 4 - 8 - 17 (allP), Jos 11 20 (D); v. also vbBK> DrMB T Je 5 3 t. Hipb. ne Pf. pnnn j u f+ ; 3 f s . 'Tfnn Je 4 9 24 + ; sf.'jn^nn j e 8 21 ; 'ftphn Ne 5 16 +3 t.; "JSEffJ* Ez 30 25 , etc.; Impf. pMD! Jb8 16 -)-2t.; is.pinNl I S4 2«; pyv Je6 23 -f-2t.'; Ipiq: Dn ii 32 , etc.'; 7m«. P.Tnn 2 ' S ii 23 + 2 t., etc.'; Inf. cstr. PTJTJ 2 K i5 19 'ls 6 4 6 ; sf. TOO Je 3 i 82 ('nn Cod. Petrop. v. RS ,Phx,i ' 1888 - 73 ); ft. P'tnp Ex 9 2 + 9 1.; sf. apjno Dn n 6 ; fs. npinp Ne'4 11 ; pi. ty^yrp Ne 4"+ 5 t.; cstr. ^no Ez 27 s2 ' ; — + 1. a. make strong, strengthen Je5i 12 . b. make firm, the kingdom 2 K 15 19 ( + ^3). c. display strength (late) 2 Ch 26 s JOT, 305 (|| '131 ny tot? 1b% Dn n 82 (||*^1). t2. make severe, of battle 2 S 1 1". t 3. Fq. T = support Ezi6 49 ; sq. n'ljfrlj 3o 25 (8ubj. /, ,• but Co rds. Pi. as v 24 )t. ±. = repair, walls of Jerus., Ne 3 4 ' 4 ' 4 +3it. Ne3; cf. (in gen.) pt. used substant. pna ^tno Ez 2 7 927 of Tyre and her ships (|| EWE), etc.) tS. prevail, abs. Dn 1 1 7 ; sq. ^y Jb 1 8 9 ; prevail upon to bbsb ft 'nn 2 K 4 8 . 6. esp. <a£e or keep hold of, seize, grasp : a. ta&e AoZd of, seize, catch, sq. 2 Gn i 9 4 (J), 2i ,8 (E), Ex 4 4 (J; ||tnN), Jul™ 1 S 15 27 2Si 11 iKi 50 2 £8 2K2 ,2 4 H Is4'Zc8 2323 Pr7 13 26 17 , cf. also Ju 19 2529 2 Ch 28 15 ; with violence Dt 22 26 25 11 I Si7 35 (perh. pf. consec. freq., v. Dr), 2 S 2 16 13"; sq. ? 2 S 15 5 ; fig. <a£e hold in order to lead one (subj. '») sq. 2 Je3i 32 , c. ace. Is 41 913 ; cf. Is5i 18 (2; ||^n)); sq.acc. Na 3 14 toi:e hold of tlie brick-mould, Je 6 23 as 5o 42 , Zc 1 4 13 (with violence) , ^ 3 5 s Ne 4 1011 , seize the kingdom Dn 11 21 ; in metaph. Mi 4 9 (b'n TffinQCf), Je 6 24 8 21 49 24 (v. Gie), 50 43 ; of pious laying hold of', sq. 2 IS64 6 , cf. 27* 56 2 - 4 - 6 ; of other gods 1 K 9 9 = 2 Ch 7 22 ; laying hold of wisdom Pr 3 18 , cf. 4 13 Jb 2 39 2 7 6 Je 8 5 . b. have or keep hold of, sq. 2 Ju 16 26 2 S3 29 Je 50 33 Ne 4 16 . C. hold up, sq. 2, fig. ■= sustain, support Lv 25 s3 ; of' holding his servants Is42 6 45', cf. Jb 8 20 ; v. also pt. used substantively Dn n 1 (|| li)»), v 6 (|| Ittffi,

  • lV); of Ne. holding fast to (2) his work Ne 5 16 ;

cf. of wicked, holding to his house Jb 8 ,s ; cleave or cling to (?]}) one's brethren Ne io 30 . hence C. keep, retain, sq. 2 Ex9 2 (J), Ju 7 s 19 4 ; so Ez 7 13 Sm Co (MT Hithp.); sq. anger (ace.) Mi 7 18 . d. hence also hold, contain, sq. ace. 2 Ch 4 5 . t Hithp. (esp. Ch) Pf P?nrin 2 Ch i3 7 +3 ti etc.; Impf. P&fft Gn 48^+7 tj p*nn»1 2 Ch 2 1 4 32 s ; VW. Ez '7 13 (but Sm Co rd. Hiph.), etc.; Imv. P?nnn 1 K 20 22 ; ipinnn 1 s 4 9 ; Inf. cstr. P. s .nnr6 2 Ch 13 8 16 9 ; Ft. p?nn? 2 S 3 6 Dn io 21 ; pi.' D^nnj? 1 Ch n 10 ;— 1. strengthen oneself 2 S3 6 1 K20 22 2 Ch i 1 12 13 I3 2 ' 21 4 23 1 25" 27 6 ; sq. ?y against 2 Ch 17 1 ; jram s<re«^ Ezr •j 28 Dnio 19 , cf. WTQ 'nnn 1 S 30 6 ; fig. = ta£e courage 2 Ch 15 s . 2. j>m< forth strength, use one's strength Gn 48 2 (i. e. he exerted himself, he sat up by a great effort), Nu 13 20 Ju 20 22 1 S 4 9 2 S io 12 1 Ch 19" 2 Ch 32 s . 3. sq. *J*J? withstand 2 Ch 13 78 . 4. sq. OV hold strongly with 1 Ch 1 1 10 Dn io 2 ', cf. of '♦, i^n abw niz 1 ? ay 'nnrb 2 Ch 16 9 .— For ipinir Ez 7 M rd. Hiph., v. Sm Co Da. pm Tptn adj. strong, stout, mighty; — 'n Ex 10" + 18 1.; f. np T jn Ex 3"+3i t. + Ez 3" (Co for MT vb. 3 fs.) ; pi. D'pm Ju i8 a + 2 t.; cstr. 'P„jn Ez 2 4 (del. Co v. infr.) 3 7 ;— 1. strong : a. of men, rarely pred. Nu 13 18 (opp. ""IB"!), v 31 (compar. c. JO), Jos 14 11 I7 18 (all JE), Ju i8 w (compar. c. ft?) ; also of D?S3 Je 50 34 Pr 23"; of hand of' Jos 4" (D), so Ez 3" © Co (v. supr. and ptn Qal 3); cf. of Tyre DJ2 np^n nrpn Ez 26 17 (del. B Co), b. usu. attrib.; of arm of Pharaoh Ez 30 22 (opp. fQJB'i) ; esp. of hand of in delivering Isr. from Egypt, Ex 3 19 (gloss? v. Di), 6 11 i 3 9 (all J), Dt 6 21 7 8 9 16 Dn 9"; in wonders done by agency of Moses Dt 34"; also np T J0 im Vfy nba Ex 32" (JE), cf. Nei 10 , but oftener nJBJ yi-ijirt nptn tu Dt4 M 5 15 7 19 11 2 26 s Je32 21 yjr 136 12 ; of control of enemies and deliverance from exile Ez 20 33 ' 34 ; more gen. Dt 3 M (|| ih?). 1 K 8 42 = 2 Ch 6 32 ; of V B oppo- sition to Zedekiah Je 21 5 ; once of Edom, opp. Isr. npm T21 naa DSD Nu 2o 20 (JE). c. of sword of- IS27 1 (|| n^iani nfaQ), f wind Ex io 19 (J),

K 19"; sound of trumpet ( = loud) Exi9 16 (E). 

d. severe, sharp, hot, of war 1 S 14 s2 (pred.), battle 2 S 1 1 lb , sickness 1 K 1 7 17 (pred.), famine 18 2 . e.firrn, hard, of face, COB EZ3 8 , forehead, nsp v 8 ; adamant, sim. of forehead v 9 (compar., c. !»); of sky Jb 37 18 (pred.) In pi. cstr. 3.b Tl Ez2 4 hard of heart (&12 HSfc) but om. B Co, nSD"'n j* hard (= impudent) of forehead (||3P" , B'p). 2. as subst., a strong one, of (Pjn2, as, in the character of, a strong one) Is T 40 10 ; of V 8 agent Is 28» (YQK); v - also in'3 }>BK; t& pjni Am 2 14 ; c. |»? comp.=orae too strong for Je3i" VMS 10 - In Ez 34 16 MT uses 'nn in bad sense (ijnjo^n), ® Co, with diff. text, in good sense (v. VB). p)Jl adj.verb. v. Pin Qal Pt. t[pjn] n.[m.] strength, only 'pin * + 18 2 (om. by error |[ 2 S 22 2 where ©L to-^vs /iov). (De al. der. fr. Pjh, but [nP T ]PI] favours pjn). t [np^n] n.f. strength, force (strictly Inf. form fr. ptn v. Ges' 45 - 1 ")— 1. of urgency of s band in prophetic inspiration "Tjn npjna Is 8" (cf. p]n Ez 3 14 ). 2. of royal power ^V73 2 Chi2 1 26 16 (||P?n v 15 ), Dnn 2 . tptn n.m. strength; — 'n cstr. Ex 13 s + 3 t.; «p]H Am6 13 ;— 1. of '», T 'n Ex 13 s - 14 "' (all JE). 2. national strength Am 6 13 Hg 2 s2 . nptn tnpTn n.f. strength, force, violence, alw. nijina, with strength, force, etc.; — 1. of oppres- sion Ju 4 3 forcibly, violently; capture by force i S 2 16 ; E;- 34 4 of ruling T^JM 'na with force and with rigour. 2. rebuke severely, sharply Ju8'; cry mightily, insistently Jon 3*. — fljjin? 2 K 1 2" v. Pin Qal Inf. t^Tll n.pr.m. a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 17 , ® Afa K (f)i ; ®L Ef«w. in^ptn, PP^rn, vijjjirp, njptir n.pr.m. ( Aa<A strengtliened, '< strengthened ; = As. Hazaki(i)au Schr C0T on 2 K 1 8' * , Jager BA8 '•« ; Of. n.pr. ptff on seal Gann JA " 1883F " , - M * r - mN °- 7 ; -on format, v. Lag BN134 ) — 1. ® Eflww, son of Altaz, King of Judah, seldom tlJPK 1 2K i8 11014 " 151616 , also 'n , EOS Pr 25 14 -; elsewh. in 2 K (exc. 20 10 ) Wpp": 16 20 i8 9 - r34 t. ) 2 K 18-21 || Is 36' + 31 t., Is 36-39; also t Je 26 18 - , » 1 Ch 3 13 2 Ch 2o 1827 30 24 32 16 ; in Ch usu. : in' T ptmiCh4 41 2Ch28 27 + 35t.2Ch29-33; also 2K20 10 Jei5 4 , and in title Is i 1 ; tnjjrP Ho i 1 Mi i l t (if ' in these three be not txt. err. for ). t2. HJi?]n great-great-grand- father of proph. Zephaniah Zp I 1 , ® toO EffKiou, perh.= l. +3. ® Ef«.a(j), FJJgjn man of royal Davidic line 1 Ch 3 s3 prob. near time of Chr. t4. rPgJTr), ® Ef«eia(i), head of a family of returned exiles Ezr 2 16 =n;j5|n Ne 7 21 , cf. also 'n Ne io 18 . +5. W^P ® Ef«mr, an Ephraimite, Ahaz's time 2 Ch 28".

«»n tW TIT n.pr.m. (GW strengtheneth, cf. foreg.; v.Lag BN I34 ) — 1. the well-known priest and prophet, son of Buzi, © bfcngX, Ez i 3 24" 2. priest of 19th course (assigned to David's time) 1 Ch 24 16 , ® Ef«.jX, ®L (20th course, cf. A) I«£«cujX. in*p^PP, irpTJT v. injptn S u P r. HTn (-/of foil.; meaning dub.; perh. cf.Ar. 'Ji. the eye was or became narrow, small, Lane 731c ; hence narrow-eyed animal). t-Ttn n-m.* 80 '" swine, boar (NH id.; Aram. N?]D, )Ll~; Ar.^jii. (Aram, loan- wd. ace. to Fra 110 , yet v. Lag * 11S ) ; Eth. flttC: (only once;=wild boar), v. Hom N9319fW38B )— alw. st. abs., 4 t. c. art. 'TO; — 1. swine, for- bidden as food Lv 1 1 7 (P), Dt 14 8 , cf. 'TO Tfett Is 65* 66 17 , and 'nTM 66 3 as heathen offering (RS 8 *™ 1 ' 172325 " 138392 ); with implication ofrepul- sivenefs 1"! *]K3 3i ?J &23 Pr 1 I 22 s ^ m - of f ft ' r woman with dub. character. 2. wr'ZcT. ioar -yvp 'n ^8o" fig. of foes of Isr. (in fig. of vineyard). t"V]n n.pr.m. (cf. inscr. in RA 1887 ' 1 "- 7 , j) r smx.iii. Ni} zMG 1886, 162 'pointing _ to avoid offence ;' but Nbr *""■ 1887 ' D « c - " comp. Talm. & X ttCVItn, ~W*n, N^W? etc.) pomegranate (and apple; Syr. »o£, liojl), cf. |*TJ »fl 2 S 4 2Sil )— 1. a priest of 17 th course (assigned to David's time)iCh24 ,5 ;®X>tf«i<(i6th,v 14 ),butAwC»p, ®L X^ffip. 2. one of those sealed Ne io 21 ; ® Hf«p, ®L Atop. trVVrrr n.pr.m. 1 Ch 9 12 cf. WW p . 2 8 b. nn, nn v. sub mn. - T tKuR^vb. miss (a goal or way), go wrong, sin (NH ret'./ Aram. NOn, )^,; As.hatti, Zim BP46 ; Sab. KDn, MOftn, id'., DHM in MV; Ar. .Aa-i efo wrong, commit a mistake or a«. error ; EC. wia&e <o mrss <Ae marA ; iv. ww'ss </te wari, miss tlie way; Eth. TPJi: fail to find or Ziai-e; sts. sin, esp. in deriv.)— Qal P/.'n Ex 32 31 + 29 1., 3 fs. nwpn Lv5 15 La i 8 , nKon Je 5 o 14 Ez i6 lb , nNDn Ex'5 16 , etc., + 82 t. Pf.; Impf. Nan; Lv 4 3 + 12 1., wonn Ex 20 20 ^ 4 5 , etc.+ 20't.Impf.; Inf.tiSn Ez 3 21 + 8t.,Nit2nD^39 2 , tong (txt. err. for none) Gn 20 6 , nwpra Nu 1 5 s8 , ir»ton Ez 33 12 (del. Co); Ft. KOin Pr i3 22 -r 6t., KBh is i 4 Ec 9 2 , NCin Is 65 M + 2 1., ituh Ec 8", sf. HKOh Pr 8 36 , pl.D^Dh i S 14 33 , sf. risen Ez t g4.2o. — 1_ mt - M . xonn NP thou shall not miss anything J b 5*, NOin D^f3» }»? Pr 1 9 2 ow« hasten- ing with his feet misseth (the way or the goal); it?S5 DDh '•NCh Pr 8 36 the one missing me (Wis- dom) is one wronging himself ^(opp. ^Sb) ; mis«, i.e. endanger, one's life Pr20 2 Hb2 10 ace. to De VB (others sub 3 q. v.) 2. sm, »ni«s the goal or path of right and duty: a. against man, abs.Ex 5 I6 (E), iS 2 6 21 2S19 21 1K18 9 2K18 14 ; with p of the person against whom or towards whom one sins, Gn 40 1 (E), Ju 1 1 27 1 S 2 25 19 4 24", 1 K 8 31 =2 Ch 6 M ; "p TlNBn TO v>herein have I sinned against thee ? Gn 20 9 (E) Je 37 18 ; with 3, 1^3 IKCnn b« Gn 42 s2 (E) do not sin against the lad, against David 1 S 1 9 4S . b. elsewhere always against God, abs. Ex 2O 20 (E), 9" (J) Jos 7 11 (D) Lv 4 3 5 1 " 17 - 2123 Nu 16 22 (P), Ne 6 13 Jb i 6 - 22 7 20 io 14 24 19 35" f 4 5 7« 32 Is 43 27 6 4 4 Je 2 s5 La 5 7 Ez 3 2121 16" 28 16 33 12 Ho 8" Ntsn

wan (del.We K,Pr0I,h ) ) v" 10' 13 2 ; *3n xarb <nnj t6 I have not permitted my palate to sin Jb 31 30 ; Pt. KCh, used as adj., sinful nation Is I 4 , sinful person Ez 18 4 ' 20 ; but usually as noun, sinner Pr 1 1 31 13 22 14 21 Ec 2 M 7 26 8 12 9 218 Is 65 20 . Sin is confessed : ^NOn we have sinned Nu 1 4 40 2 I 7 (E) Juio 15 1S12 10 , iK8 47 =2Ch6 37 , Nei 6 ^•io6 6 La 5 16 Dn9 6is ; 'nKDn / have sinned Ex 9 27 Nu2 2 34 (J) 1S15 2430 2S24 1017 iCh 2 1 8 " Jb33 w . Sin is universal : "1E>K D"1K px KBIT N7 </iere is mo man who sinneth not 1 K 8 46 = 2 Cb 6 15 , 3113 n'W 1B>N pK3 pHx J'N DIN »2 NDIT $C1 Ec7 20 /o) , man there is none righteous in the earth who doeth good and sinneth not ; with b, against God Gn20 6 (E), 3 9 9 (J),Ex 3 2 33 Nu32 33 (both JE), Dt 9 16 20 18 1 S2 25 12 23 14 3334 , 1 K 8 s3 35 - 46 ' 60 = 2 Ch 6 MMM -", 2 K 1 7 7 Ho 4 7 Mi 7° Zp i» Je 40 3 44 M 50 714 Ez I4 1S Is 42" Jb 8 4 ^7 8 ' 7 119 11 Ne i°; in confession b TlNDrt Ex io 16 Jos? 20 ^), 2Si2 15 ^4i 5 5i 6 ; injHonDt 1" Ju io 10 1 S 7 6 Je f 8 14 14 720 Dn 9 811 ; with 3 of instr., lips Jb 2 10 , tongue ^r 39 s ; wherein EZ37 23 Lv4 23 (P), therein Lv 5 m (P); ellipsis of 3 in phrase '? 'n "lEW DJiy (iAet'r) iniquity wherein they sinned against me Je 33 s ' 8 ; TOVVZ by error, unwittingly Lv 4 2 - 2227 5 15 Nu 15 2728 (all P); against thy judgments Ne g w ; with ?3?, with regard to LV5 5 Nu6"(P) Ne 13 26 ; with cognate ace. nNBn'n Ex 3 2 30 - 31 (JE); nNEn 'n 1B>N Nu 12 11 (J) Lv 4 s - 28 - 2885 5 61013 (all P) ^"•"(H), Dt 9 18 1 K 14 1622 15 30 16 1319 2 K 21 17 Ez 18 24 33 16 ; b 'n "iBte nxun Je 16 10 Ne i 6 ; by 'n neto mun Lv 4 14 (P); 'n sen La i 8 ; wpn 'n IB'X Dt 19 15 . 3. incur guilt, penalty by sin, forfeit : DOT 73 lb TINam Gn 43' I shall incur the blame of sinning against thee all my days, cf. 44 32 (J); c. ace. Cf'BJ Nt?in forfeiting one- self, one's life Pr 20 2 Hb 2 10 ace. to most, yet v. sub 1.— 'n -V« NMNt VPm Lv 5 7 A« *AaZ/ in'njf /«'« trespass-offering which he has incurred by sin ; 'n nc>N tt3"»p Lvs 11 ; Bhprrjo 'n neta nx D?K" v 16 M'Aai 7ie hath incurred by taking of the holy thing he sliall pay. Pi. Pf Nt?n Lv i 4 52 ; sf. teen Nu 19 19 , nx&n Ex 29 3fi + 2 t.; 3 p l. INtsn EZ43 2222 ; 7m;>/. Kerm Lv8 15 ; sf. •nwnn Lv 9 15 , "'JNDnri ^ 5 i 9 , n^nN Gn3i 39 , WtsnV 2 Ch 29 24 ; Inf. NBn LVI4 49 EZ43 23 ; Pt. msron Lv6 19 ;— 1. 6ear to«s: n|Bns ■oix / 6are <fo Zoss of it Gn 31 39 (E ; lit. / let it be missing ? poss. id. nJtsnX I was made to miss it]). 2. make a sin-offering: c. sf. referring to ■Vjrt? Lv9' 6 (P); to sin-offering Lv6 19 (P); n3TDn 73? upon the altar Ex 29 30 (P; not cleanse the altar RV); nnatOH DDT flN 'n 2 Ch 29 s4 made a sin-offering with their blood on tin altar. 3. purify from sin: the altar, by putting the blood of the sin-offering on its horns, Lv8 l6 (P), Ez .jg 20 - 22 - 22 - 23 ; the sanctuary, by applying to it the blood of the sin-offering Ez 45". 4. purify from uncleanness: the house of the leper by application of the mixture of living water and blood of the bird Lv 1 4 49 - 62 (P); a person, by application of the mixture of living water and ashes of the red heifer Nu I9 ,9 (P), by sprinkling with a hyssop sprig V'S 1 '- Hiph. Pf tfonn 1 K I4 l6 + 17 t., fenri (Kt err. for IPtpWI) a K 13 6 ; sf. DN'onn 2 K 17 s '; pl. imn 1 K 16' 3 Ne 13 26 ; Impf. KBrr J u 20 16 K2i li ';'K' , t?!Tri LH24 4 ; Nonni 1 k'16 2 21 22 ; pl. worjj Ex'23 33 ; Inf. tnprin Ec5 5 i K 16" Je 3 2 3S (Qr), "Cinn Je 3 2 35 (Kt err.); Pt. pl. cstr. Wtpqo Is 29 2 ';— 1. miss the mark: >3X3 $bj> NDq: N71 ■Tiye'n-pN Ju20 16 slinging with stones at an hair and would not miss. 2. induce or cause to sin: with ace. Ex23 33 (JE), Ne 13 28 ; elsewh. in the phrase bN^B^ DN N'Bnn (/(«) cawsed 7«rae/ to sin 1 K 1 4 16 1 5 26 - 3034 1 6 2B - li,J6 2 1 22 22 53 2 K 3 3 io 29 - 31 13 2611 14 24 is 9 ' 8 - 24 - 28 23"; c. sf. ref. to Isr. 2 K 17 s1 ; mff nu 2 K 21 11 " Je 32 s5 (sts. c. 2nd ace. — nXDn, or "HPN ref. to riNon :- 1K14 1 -iKi5 26 - 34 i6 26 2Ki7 2l 2i 16 ; prob. also

30 i6 l; 
s3 2 K 21 11 23 1 

no 2nd ace. 1 K 16 2 ' 9 21 22 Je32 M ; the rest are am- biguous). 3. bring into guilt, condemnation, punishment: DIN ^unD Is 29 21 whobring aman into condemnation; y-wn riN N'cnn N7 Dt 24 4 thou sfialt not bring the land into guilt; jnn ?N ^■>E'3"n^? t?arb T B " nN Ec 5 5 do not permit thy mouth to bring thy flesh into punishment. Hithp . Impf. Nenn^ Nu i9 ,2 +4 t., wenn; Nu 8 21 , wsnn> j b 4 i 17 , wtsnnn Nu 3 1 19 , iNQnnn Nu 3 1 "-, — 1. miss oneself, lose oneself, fig. for be bewil- dered, beside oneself, W^eWr; Dna& ! Jb 41 17 6y reason of consternation they are beside themselves (|| VW are afraid). 2. purify oneself from uncleanness, only in P : a. Levites Nu 8 21 . b. those in contact with the dead Nu 1 9 121320 3 1 1920 ; with 3, iTIJ iD3 NU31 23 ; by a mixture of ashes of the red heifer with fresh water Nu 19". tNipn n.m. D,K -' sin (on format, v. Lag ra ,42 )— 'n Lv i 9 17 + 15 1. ; sf. ison Lv 2 4 15 + 5 1., ?NCn La3 M , DNtpn LV20 20 ; pl. D'NCn Ec io 4 ; cstr." "NOq 2 K io 29 Ez 2 3 49 ; sf. 'KOri Gn4i', x 2 wan W] Is38 17 ^51", y'SOn Dnp 16 1// i03 10 , Da'XCnis i ls ; — 1. (tin: a. against man Gn4i 9 (E) Ec 1 o 4 . b. elsewh. ag. God, abs. Is 3 1 7 Ho 1 2 9 ; Ken 'n La 7 8 cf. Dt 19 15 2 K 10 s9 ; mo astro 'n sm worthy of death Dt2i 22 =ni» 'n 22 26 ; with 3, because of, Dn 9 16 ; God is entreated: hide thy face from my sins yfr 51"; and it is said in faith, thou wilt cast behind thy back all my sins Is 38 17 . 2. guilt of sin: 2 KUn IW «« (the guilt of sin) come on one Dt 15 9 21 22 23 22,23 24 15 ; HO IKDrO m /«8 sin (guilt) die Nu2 7 3 (P); IKDro E*N eae/t /or /ms own sin Dt 2 4 16 =2 K i4 ,6 =2 Ch 25"; 'DX WIDIT KOTO V' 51 7 in sin (condition of sin and guilt) my mother con- ceived me; D-JBO Da'NCn DN Is i 18 though your sins be like scarlet (in guilt) ; vh nfetf UWBm N? ■>jf 103 10 «o< according to our sins (their guilt) hath he done to us. 3. punishment for sin : 'n NBO bear sin (its punishment) Lv 20 20 24 15 (H), Nu 9 13 i8 ffi (P); with 5jJ, oear sin because of Lvi 9 17 22 9 (H) Nu i8 32 (P); bear sins of idols (in worshipping idols) Ez 2 3 49 ; the ideal servant of Yahweh bore the sins of many Is 53 12 ; without Nfeo, only La3 39 1XDn by T3J (wherefore doth) a man (complain) for the punishment of his sin ? I [t^t£n] adj. and n.xn. 1. sinful, 2. sin- ners — as adj.f. nxtSPI Am 9 s , elsewhere only pi. DWI Nu32 u +i5 t.; cstr. »Ken Am^ ; sf. iTKtsn Is 13 9 ; — 1. adj. a. sinful men Nu 32 14 (J), kingdom Am 9*. b. exposed to condemna- tion, reckoned as offenders 1 K I 21 (cf. Hiph. Pt. Is 29 21 ). Elsewh. 2. n.m. sinners Nu if(P), 1 S 15 18 Am 9 10 Is i 28 13 9 33 14 ^ 1" 25 s 26 9 51 15 104 s5 Pn 10 i 3 2

n«tan 

Gn4 7 + I24t.; nfn?Nui5 24 (txt.err.fornfc<t3n7), nxtsnp Zc 13 1 (but'rd. nxBnbsta 2 ^ 1 - 36 ); cstr. niwn Ex 30 10 + 1 9 t. ; sf . WOpn Gn 3 1 M + 1 6 1. ; vhstsri j k 16 26 , DanNtsn Ex 3 2 30 + 3 1., eto.,+ 52 1. sf.; pi. rton' 2 K 12" + 3 1.; cstr. mtfan ^25 7 +i7t.; ntftan Nus 6 +6t.; sf. rniNtsn ^25 18 ; intitsn Ezi8 21 33 16 , etc., + 40 t, "sf. ;— 1. sin : a. against man Gn 31 36 5o 17 (E), Nu 12 11 (J) 1 S 20 1 ; ms 'n sms against man Nu 5 6 (P). Elsewhere b. against God Lv 4 142328 (P), 1 S 2 17 14 38 1 K i6 1313 2 K 21 1617 2 Ch 33 19 Is 3" 30 1 58 1 59 212 Jes 26 16 1018 30 1416 50 s0 La 4 622 Ez 16 61 18 14 2I 19 33 1016 Am 5 12 (We K1Pr <"> h - rds. Qa^NCn, as Is i 18 — v. KBPI — on ace. of masc. DVDIVV), Mi i' 3 3 s ty 32 s 51 5 59 4 Pr 5 M 13 6 1 4 s4 2i 4 2 4 9 Jbi3 2323 D ni "; nin , 7 'n sinners against '"Gni3 u (J). t nNtfln n.f. sinful thing, sin, Ex 34 7 (JE) Is 5 18 . T tnNian n.f. sin, sin-offering (?) — 1. sin, chiefly in the phrase n?13 'ft great sin Gn 20 9 (E) Ex 3 2 21 - 30 - 31 (JE), 2 K if 1 ; 'n '-IDS ^32' he whose sin is covered is blessed ; but the prayer of the wicked becomes sin when he is judged ty 109 7 . 2. sin-offering (ace. to most) i"6iy rtNDni i/f 40 7 whole burnt-offering and sin- offering (so Vrss Thes MV SS al., but < whole burnt-offering with sin v. Br MP329 ). tn«t£nn.f. I814 - S8 (Gn 4 7 noexceptionforr? 1 l is noun = crouching beast) sin, sin-offering, 'n •Hljn 'n sins of my youth )r 25'; iB>S3 'n ^D3 ,_ I3 Mi 6 7 /rwi< 0/ wiy 6oo!y (my child as an offering) for the sin of myself; sin of divination 1 S 1 s 23 ; of the mouth i// 59 13 ; &MP 'BV 'n Ho 4 8 the sin of my people they eat (gain their daily food by means of it, cf.We; 5! Hi Or al. sin-offering, but this not elsewhere in early proph., and || fty against it, y.We M '"); fr mm nns7 Gn 4 7 (J) at the door (of Cain) sin is a crouching beast; sin of the people is embodied in the golden calf Dt 9 21 ; and the high places of Beth Aven Ho io 8 ; c. 3 on the ground of sin Ne 9 37 ; for sin Mi i 6 2K24 3 L340 2 Je 15 13 17 3 Ez 16 52 ; with or by sin 1K14 22 16 2 Is 43 s4 ; 'ra ~]bn walk in sin 1 K is 32634 i6 1926 - 31 2 K 17 22 ; 'rn P31 cleave unto sin 2 K 3 s ; c. •'J, on account of sin Dt 9 W 1 K 15 30 16 19 Mi 6 13 ; for sin Lv 4 3 - 28 - 3S 5 613 (P) 19 22 2 6 18 - 24 - 28 (H); 'n by 51D 11 add unto sin 1 S 12 19 2 Ch 28 13 Is 30 1 Jb 34 37 ; c. 3 according to sin Lv 26 21 ; c. ? to or for sin Lv 16 1021 Dt 19 15 1 K 12 30 13 34 Pr io 16 Zc 13 1 ; c. JO because of sin Lv4 26 5 610 ^"(P), ^"-"(H), La 4 13 ; more than sin Jb35 3 ; , n^nD FfynQ I am clean from my sin Pr 20 9 ; 'n JBD because of sin V' 3 84 J 'n ^93 because of sin 1 K 14 16 ; i?n 'n "ins walk after sin 2 K 13 2 . C. men should return from sin IP WiK8 M =2 Ch 6 26 , Ez 1 8 21 33 14 ; depart from it ^yipllD 2 K io 31 15 18 ; 11D p 2 Ki 3 611 1 4 24 1 5 9 - 24!!8 ; beconcernedabout )D JNT ^38 19 ; cw/ess 'n n'ninn Nus 7 (P); 'n by mam Ne I 6 9 2 . d. God deals with sin: (1) he visits punishment upon it (by) IpB Ex32 34 (JE) H08 13 9 9 Je 14 10 ; inquires after it 7 tJHT Jb io 6 ; watches over it by ~VCW Jb 14 16 ; hoards it up H013 12 ; (2) by forgiveness : 'n VWi Exio 17

32 (JE), 1 S I5 25 ; 'n y vim ^32 5 ; 'n? vim n^cn 

n^ian Jos24 19 (E),^25 18 ; pardon'xb rho Ex 34 9 (JE) Kg 34.3 Che 18 Je 36 s ; removal IDD Is 27"; 1U3JH 2S12 13 ; casting into the depths of the sea Mi 7 19 ; (3) by covering over, making atonement for "1S3H I^INED Is 6 7 thy sin shall be covered over; actively, 'H ?y "133 ty 1<f; Ti rrin f 85 s (cf. nNcn *D| ^32'); 'n Dnni> (Qr) ma&e an ena" of sins Dn 9 s4 ; (4) 6?/ blotting out 'n nno Is 44^ Je 18 23 V 109' 4 Ne 3*; cleanse from sin 'TO ^.HD ^ 51 4 ; TO "tipB a fountain for sin Zc 13 1 ; (5) 6?/ wo< remember- ing it 'n -or n5> Is 43 25 ; nsr k!? 'ro Je 31 34 ; ■inxtsn-bs JBrr5>N Dt 9 s7 foo& mo< «w«o his sin. e. atonement may be secured for, fl 1V3 132 Ex 32 30 (JE ; Moses, by his intercession). f. ace. to P (H) the priest is to make atonement for a person [XI 133) by sin-offering or trespass- offering, 'nD because of sin I1V4 26 5 610 1 6 34 ; 'n by 4 s5 5 ls (allP), I9 B (H; v.We Com > , - 69 - JBT,1X1 "' 427 ), so that the man is clean from sin 'riD Vtt3 Lv 1 6 30 . 2. condition of sin, guilt of sin Gn 18 20 Nu 16 26

s3 (J), Ez 3 20 18 24 , D}!? mWy ne«nn .tut Ti 

D^rnron? niinpbii ^ „- n ( gu ii t ) / Judah is graven upon the table of their Jieart, and upon the horns of your altars Je 17 1 . 3. punish- ment for sin : D^srrio 'm DHSD 'n im TINT Zc 1 4 19 this will be the punishment for sin of Egypt and the punishment for sin of all nations (the plague with which Yahweh will smite them). 4. sin-offering : one of the kinds of offering of P, Lv 7 37 ; first in the history 2 K 12 17 (reign of Jehoash), where riNtsn of money given to priests ; elsewh. only in Chr. ; 2 Ch 29 2123 - 24 Hezekiah had made a 'n of 7 *?t|f D^V at purification of temple; EzrS 35 12 Tex 'n were offered; Ne io 34 'n ||nOiy; — in these no evidence of special ritual. Sin-offering elsewh. only in codes of H Ez and P. — On Ho 4 s v. 1 supr. In H, Lv 23 19 a DMy "Vye*, for feast of weeks. In Ez'n in gen. || other sacrifices, EZ40 39 45 1726 46 20 ; and priests eat them Ez 42 13 44 s9 . At dedication of altar, the blood of a young bullock was to be applied to horns of altar, the corners of its settle and its border, the bullock itself burnt without the sanctuary ; for each of the 7 days following a D'ty I'VE' was to be offered EZ43 19 - 2 '- 22 - 25 . On first day of first month a young bullock was to be offered to cleanse the sanctuary : its blood put on the door posts of the house and of the gate of the inner court and on the four corners of the settle of the altar ; also on the seventh day (© first day of seventhmonth)Ez45 1710 (cf.v 18a) ). On 14th day of first month the prince was to offer a bullock for himself and the people and on each of the 7 days of the Passover week a Dny "VyB* Ez 45 Mn . When a priest entered the sanctuary tominister after his cleansinghe was to offer his sin-offering Ez 44 s7 . P gives several grades : a. a ruler should offer a he-goat Lv 4 s4 - 25 Nu 7 >«•=•»•=«■<•• MuiNjiTMLff. an ordinury person a ghe-goat LV4 29 (cf. v 28 ) 5 6 Nu 1 5", ewe lamb Lv 4 ^ 33 - 33 - 34 14 19 Nu 6 1416 , a turtle dove or young pigeon Lv 5 7 - I4 ».81 I5 lWO Nu6 l or one-tenth of an ephah of fine flour Lv5 n "- 12 ; according to ability of the person, and nature of offence. The victim was brought unto the tent of meet- ing, the hands of the offerer laid on its head, it was slaughtered by the offerer, the priest took some of the blood and put it on horns of altar of burnt-offering and the rest of the blood he poured out at the base of it, to cover over the sin, or cleanse the altar from the sin defiling it. All the fat pieces (cf. Lv 4 s2 - 35 ) and a handful of the flour (cf. Lv 5 12 ) were burned on altar. The rest of the flesh and the flour were eaten by priests in court of Holy place Lv 5 13 glO.18.18.S3 ( cf v 11.19) j 7 " io 16.17.19.19 ^13 Nu lg 9 J, a bullock was offered for priests Ex 29 1436 Lv

3. 8 .S0 g2.14.14 9 S.7.8.,0. for Leyiteg ftt ^fc ingtalla . 

tion Nu 8 sl2 and for whole congregation Lv 4 14 - 2 '; but usu. offering for congregation was he-goat Nu 15 24 " 5 , esp. at dedication of altar Lv 9""* and in ritual of feasts NU28 13 - 2230 ap""*-*** 28.3i.34.38 j5 e f ore consecr. of tabernacle the blood went to altar of burnt-offering (Lv 9 9 ), but subsequ. some of it was sprinkled seven times before the vail and some of it put on horns of altar of incense to cleanse this higher altar ; the fat pieces were burned on altar of burnt- offering, and the rest of the victim burned without the camp (Lv4 M1 6 a 8 1617 9' 011 ). c. on day of atonement, sin-offering for high priest was a bullock L v 1 6 36 ; and for congregation two he-goats, one h N ]^(v.^Nty) Lv ie^cfv 810 ' 20 " 22 ), the other for sacrifice mrp^ Lv 1 6 9 (cf. v 8 ). Some of the blood of Aaron's bullock was first taken into innermost sanctuary and sprinkled on the mD3 and seven times before it ; so also blood of the he-goat Lv i6" ul5 (cf. v 12 -' 416 - 17 ) to cleanse highest altar : then the blood of the two victims was applied to lower altars as in a and b and so sin was covered over at the three altars Ex 3O 10 (cf. Lv 1 6 1W9 ). The fat pieces went to altar of burnt-offering and the rest of the victims was burnt without the campLv 16 252727 . (Sins which might be covered over were limited to those committed fUJB>3 Lv 4 s - 22 - 27 Nu 15 27 , njJB'7 Nu 15 24 , minor offences Lv 5 1 " 6 ; and cere- monial uncleanness Lv 12 88 14 13 15' 5 Nu 6 1114 .) — Phrases for sacrificing are : 'n n'E>y Lv 9 7,22 aan .4" Nu 6 16 Ez 45 17 , 'n 3npn Lv io w Ez 44 s7 , 'n tiriB' Lv 14 13 Ez 40 39 . 5. purification from sins of ceremonial uncleanness, all P : 'PI 'D Nu 8 7 water of purification from sin; ton 'PI PHI 'O water of (cleansing from) im- purity, it is a purification from sin Nu 19 9 ; 'nn JIB"^ "1B5J Nu 19 17 ashes of the burning of the purification from sin (RV renders sin- offering; but there was no offering made, only water of purification was used). fl- [^JDH] vb. out or gather wood, usu. firewood (NH id. ; Ar. ^k.i firewood, ^ka. collect firewood (v. Wetzst in De +M4 - 12 ); Eth. /hrnft: c-w< (rr gather) firewood) — Qal Impf. OOTC Ez 39 10 ; 7n/. abr£ Dt 19 5 ; Pi. 30PI Dt29 10 ; pi. D'ach 2CI12 9 ; cstr. »3Bh J0S9 21 + 3 t. ; pass. pi. f. Pliaen Pr 7' 6 — cut or gatlier wood, sq. ace. Dt 19 s 29 10 (|] D'D aNB>); cf. Ez 39 10 Dnyvr;o (obj. in preceding cl.); 2 Ch 2* (HD^jn VT13); J»<. cstr. D'Xy 'n Je 46 21 , and (j|rrn , aKfe>)'jos9 ai - S3 - 27 . Pu.P<.nia^nt?^i 44 12 meaning dub. ; perhaps hewn (so, in substance, Thes MV SS Ew Che Bae ; v. however II. aun), of corner-pillars (11*1} v. 1V1T p. 265 supr.), sim. of beautiful, stately daughters. .21317 (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. J^ki be of the colour ilk», i.e. turbid, dusky, mixed with yellowish red, etc. ; Aram. Pt. )tf„-i^.» v> variegated <& 2 S 13"). trTUron n.f.pl. dark-hued stuffs, only in ayw? pex nfion p r 7 16 dark-hued stuffs (of) yarn of Egypt (|| D^aiD), v . De Now; PliaKTO ^ 1 44 12 der. fr. this -/by De (q. v., and "Wetzt.'s n.), but v. I. aon. ntSH wheat, v. sub D3n. t2J3J7 (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. ki make lines, marks, ki /iw«, streak, stripe; Aram. xL, Dt?n dig, L^ci'.^,.». furrow, trench). t Ntt^n n.pr.m. head of a Levit. family, returned exiles Ezr 2 42 ® AT>;rn,= Ne 7 46 © At« 17-a ; in both A Arira, ®L Afifa. t3n (-/of foil. ; Ar. Jki = 6«/a% (of ear), be tall, long, quivering, be light, quick). T VtSn n.pr.m. head of a family of ' the children of Sol.'s servants ' Ezr 2 57 ® Arr«a, A AttiA = Ne 7 M © E^X, A EmjX, @L ArriX in both.

nffi 

tDpn vb. hold in, restrain (Ar. Iki. strike tlie nose, attach tlie llki. = camel- halter, Iki. n. muzzle, nose of beast ; NH DBn nose-ring of camel, PJtpin ; Aram. XOCffl nose; cf. Dan, Inscr. Zinj.; ace. to DHM Send!,ch:!4 , of taming wild beasts) — Qal Impf. ^]7"DD~K i Ip^pL 1 '*^$ Is 48 9 I will restrain for the (mine anger), not to cut thee off (W'&R ^""IXN). T*ipn vb. catch, seize (Ar. i_LWi; cf. As. tahtlpu, oppression, Dl Pr I81 ; NH 190, Aram. &^~ seize, PJOP1 do hurriedly) — Qal Pf DR??™ consec. Ju 21 21 lit., seize wives ; Impf. ^V *[&?. ^ 10 9 ; Inf. ty «Hitanb ^ i 9 both fig. of oppres- sor catching the distressed; all sq. ace. tHEPtpn n.pr.m. head of a family of Nethinim, post-exil., Ezr 2 34 © Arov<f>a, A KTi()a =Ne 7 M © A.Tt«f>a; ©L both Arovfa. ")JDn (-/of foil; cf. Ar.Jki lash with the tail, move spear up and down, shake, quiver (said of spear), etc. ; Aram. Ji^d., K"1Din ( As. hutartu, all = staff, Schr C0TG,OM and on 2 K 9 2 ; laPI sceptre, Inscr. Zinj. DHM Send " che7 ; on format, v. Lag 81 " 44 ). TllOn n.m. branch or twig, rod — metaph. abs.'n branch, twig, Is 1 1 ' ♦«£ VUp T K^l ( || 1W) ; cstr. rod, m$ 10PI HjjpBB Pr 14 3 . nt£n v. nxtsn S ub xon. T - T IL'tOn (-/of foil.; meaning unknown). TlTltfin n.pr.m. 1. man of Davidic line, post-exil., 1 Ch 3 a © Xarrovs ®L Atous, Ezr 8 s © Tovs, A©L Arrnvs. 2. a builder at the wall of Jerus. Ne 3 10 , © Atov6, ®L Arrow. 3. head of a priestly house, post-exil., Ne io 5 ® Tow, ®L Attovs, I2 2 ©L Attovs (B om.); relation to 2 dubious. "•H, 7MTT v. sub PIT! infr. JYTTT v. sub mn. T • iTTT^ vb. live (NH Ph. id.; Ar. *£, ^^■; Sab. m Mordt ZMO lm - *>; Eth. rtif.<D: Aram. jL, Njn; Palm. "Pi &>, life-time, Vog 32 '")— Qal 203 P/. nj!j Ec 6°+ 4t.; Kiv j e2 ,9 3 g 2 . ^n Gns 6 + 2 3t. (this and the following form are treated as J)"jj, the original weakness of the stem final ♦ admitting of either Pi"i> or v"V, Ges» 76(2, «); rrri

TI %n Lv25 36 (Bo» 1181 ); 3 fs. IWIJ Gni2 13 Je38 17 ; n;ni Ex i 16 (for njn Bo» li23(3 >, Sam. iwn); 2 ins. n«n Dt 30 16 , nmj j e 38 17 ; 3 m. pi. vn NU14 3 ", I'rn consec. Nu4 19 + Zc io 9 (where rd. Pi. I'm Sta ziwl - 188, - ,!2 so ©), Dn«m Ez 37'+ 2 t.; Jmpf.'W Gn i7 18 + 27 t.; W Dt 33 6 + io t.; W + 49 10 + 2 t.; W Is 38 21 , WJ Gri5 3 + 37 t.; »rp Dt 4 3; ' + 4 1, ; 3 fs. 'rvnn j os 6", "m Gn 1 9 20 + 5 1.; 2 ms. rrnn Gn 2 7 40 + 7 1.; 2 fs. "nn 2K4';

s. nT!N 2 K i 2 + 8 t.; 3 mpl. VIV Jos 9 21 + 8 t. ; 

3 fpl.ny;riri Ezi 3 ,, 37 3 ; 2 mpl.vnn Dt 4 1 + 2t.; fvnn Dt5 30 8'; 1 pi. njTU 2 K7 4 +7t.; Imv. IWjJJ Gn 20 7 Pr 4 4 , njTT} Pr 7 2 ; fs. *Vj Ez i6 66 ; mpl. Vm Gn42 18 4-7t.'; 7ra/ a6s. n'PI 2 K8 10 + 6 t.; i"n Ez 3 21 + 3 t.; cstr. nvnb Ez 33 12 , sf. Dni-n Jos 5 8 ;— 1. live: a. have life, Gn3i 32 (E), Ex SS 20 ^), Nu 4 ,9 (P), Dt 3 o 16 + ; also in phrase W. and he lived (so many years) with ace. of time,Gn5 3J0 (i6t.)9 S8 ri"- !, (i4t.)47 !8 (allP), 50 22 (E), 2 K i 4 17 =2 Ch 25 26 Jb 4 2 16 . b. con- tinue in life, remain alive Gn 20' (E), Lv 25 s6

S 1 2 n + ; also t B'SJ 'n live, of </k? soW or the self 

Gn 12 13 19 20 (J), 1 K 20 32 + 119 175 Je 38 21720 I s 55 3 J T^JI? '01 aid <A« boy may live 2 S 1 2 s2 ; •fiB? 71 ^'w m the presence of Gn 17 18 (P) Ho 6 2 ; +'2 77 U V e among La 4 20 . + c. sustain life, live on or upon (py), of the animal life, by the sword Gn 2 7 40 (J), by bread Dt 8 3 ; elsewh. in pregnant sense of fulness of life in divine favour, sustained by (7Jj) everything that issueth out of the mouth of "» Dt 8 3 ; his promises (?) Is 38 16 ; of wicked man, by repentance Ez 33"; c. 3 by the statutes and judgments of '1 if a man do them, Lv 18 5 (H) Ez 2 o 1U3 - 21 - 25 Ne 9 29 ; IW injIONS y"$ a righteous man by his faithfulness shall live Hb 2 4 . td. faVe(pros- peroufly) "]?'&? W may the king live 1S10 24 2 S i6 M - M 1 K i 25 - 3 '- 3 " 9 2 K 11 12 2Ch 23 11 ; HV D3:a!> f 2 2 27 69 s3 ; ,Tff t^13?5> -jtan Ne 2 3 . 12. be quickened, revive: a. from sickness Nu 2 1 8 - 9 Jos 5 8 (E) 2 K i 2 8 8 - 91014 ; 2 K 2o'- 7 =Is ggi.9.21 •j Ji j r discouragement f the spirit Gn

5 27 (E). c. fr. faintness Ju 1 5 19 . d. fr. death 

2K13 21 Jbi4 14 Is26 1419 ; by return of B'Si 1 K 17 22 , of nn Ez37"- 6 - 91014 (andso Ju i5 19 c).

Pi. Pf 3 ms. n;n ^ 2 2 30 ; 3 fs. sf. wn ^ n 9 *> ■ 
ms. sf. *ir»n ^ 3 o 4 ; *?{W] ^ n 9 *> ; 3 p i. vn 

Ju 2 1 14 , Drwin Nu 3 1 15 ; "impf. W5J 1 S 2 7 9 + , etc.; Twiw.' sf. Wl f n 9 25 + 8 t.,'vv>n Hb3 2 ; 7n/. cs<r. ni>n Gn7 3 EZ13"; sf. Un'n Dt 6 24 + ,etc; P<. njno Ne9 6 1 S 2 6 ; — 1. preserve alive, let ZtwsEx i 1 " 822 22 17 Jos9 ,s (JE), Gni2" (J), Nu 3 i"(P), Dt6 24 20" Ju2! 14 1 S27 911 i K 1 8' 2 K7 4 Je 49 11 Ez 3 18 Hb 3 2 Jbtf* ^30* 33 I9 4i 3 138 7 ; V&:'npreserveoneselfaliveylr22 30 Ez 18 27 , or preserve persons alive Ez 13 1819 , or preserve life 1 K 20 31 ; JHT 'n preserve seed alive Gn 7 3 19 3234 (J); keep in existence heaven and earth Ne g 6 ; nourish, young cow Is 7 21 , lamb 2 S 12 3 . 2. give life, to man when created Jb 33 4 . 3. quicken, revive, refresh: a. restore to life, the dead 1 S 2 6 Dt32 39 Ho 6 2 ; the dying V'71 20 . b. cause to grow, grain Hoi 4 s . c. restore, a ruined city 1 Ch 1 1 8 , stones destroyed by fire Ne % M . d. revive, the people of '"• by '1 himself with fulness of life in his favour •Jf 80 19 8S 7 1 1 g 23 - 3 '-' l » s <'-8S-93107.U91M.15«.lS9 j . -11 -£ c »M tHiph. Pf n>m Jos 6 25 + 5 t.; 2 ms. sf. O0WJ Gn 47 25 ; 1 s. Wjnn Nu 22 s3 , DJTnn Jos 2 13 Ju 8 19 ; 7«m;. sf. WViri Is 38"; WJTJ No 31"; 7n/. ais. n^qn Jos 9 20 ; c««r. rti'nn Gn 6 20 + 6 t.; n ; nn Gn6' 9 50 20 ; sf. in'nn Ez 13 22 ;— 1. preserve alive, let live Gn 4s 7 50 20 (E), 47 s5 Nu 22 M Jos 2' 3 6 s6 (all J), 14 10 (D); Gn 6 1920 Nu 31 18 Jos 9 20 (P), Ju8 19 2S8 2 Ez 13 22 ; with e^sj Gni9 19 (J). 2. quicken, revive: A. restore to health, a leper 2 K 5 7 , Hezekiah Is 38 16 . b. revive the 3? and nn Is 57 1515 . c. restore to life, the dead 2 K 8 1 - 5 ' 5 - 5 . f 1. ipl adj. alive, living; — 'n Gn25 6 + ; 'JJ Gn 3 20 + ,'0 Am 8 14 + 1 5 t. (Ew » 329 explains as cstr.,butGes S93K7n al. as contracted abs.); f. flJO Gn i 3 »+ ; pl.D^n y, 1 16 9 + ;— 1. a. ofGod,as the living one, the fountain of life TJ 7N Jos 3 10 (J), ^2^42' 8 4 3 ; m D^N2Ki9 416 = Is 3 7 417 ; D«n d^n Dts 23 iSi7 26M Je io 10 23*; iw 'n YaJiweh is living ^ i8 47 =2 S 22 47 ; 'n 'bid my avenger is living Jb 19 25 ; the formula of the oath is" 1 'D Ju8 19 Ru 3 ' 3 iSi4»" 19" 20"

»4 26 10.18 28 10 29 6 2 g 4 9 I2 5 j 4 U j 5 21 , K jffl 
M 17 112 18 10 22 14 =2 Ch !8 13 , 2 K 5 16 ' 20 Ho 4 ls 

Je 4 2 5 2 12 16 16 1415 2 3 7 - 8 38 16 ; 5;k »n Jb 27 s ; arban *n2S 2 27 ; 'jin »n Je 44 s6 ; mxas '» 'n

K 18 15 2 K 3 14 ; as used by God Himself it is 

•OJN 'n Dt 32* elsewhere 'JN 'n Nu I4 2128 (P) Is 49 18 Je 22 24 46 18 Ez 5 11 141618.20 I 6 48 17"' 9 18 3 20 s.si.33 33 n.»7 34 s 35 6.u Zp 29j pf als0 yr, , n V3B> 1K3, p "pn^M «n Am8 14 ; with the exception of DTiyn *na by him who liveth for ever Dn 1 2", '0 is always (as an artificial distinction of scribes) used of non-sacred oaths, v. b. b. of TJ

nn man : 'D D"1N a living man La 3 s9 , in ant it h. riO: VI ^n Is 3 8 19 ; tB collective Ec 7 s ; Absa- lom 2S19 7 ; Naboth 1K21"; a son or lad S12" 1K3- .3.S3.;3.!».26.26.2/ i7 !S ; usually pi. D"n alive, living Nu ^"-"(J), 17" (P), Dt 4 4 5 s Is 8" + 55" 124 s Pr i" Ec 4"" 6 8 9" Ru 2 20 ; taking prisoners oftw Jcs8 ffl (J) 1 S 15 8 1 K 20 1818 2 K 7 13 io uu 2 Ch 25 12 ; living (prosper- ously) 1 S 25" (We rds. *r$=B*fl*$ (v. Klo Dr) to my In-other, after 93 fratribus meis); elsewh. in phrase (*») hv D"n (Dm) Dn ■*>* BWrfe riDTKn aW <Ae days <Aa< <Aey (ye) live upon (the faceof)thelandT)t4 w 12 1 31" iK8 40 =2Ch6 3 '. Note phrases: (D^) '0 1iV ye< oZwe Gn 25 s 43 7 - 27 - 28 45 18 46 s0 (J), 45 326 Ex4 18 (E), T>t^ 1S20" 2Si2 22 i8" 1K20 32 ; Viniva2Si2 18 1K12 6 2 Ch io 6 ; D^D(n) p.K /an^ o/<Ae Wnj Is 38 11 53 8 Je 11" Ez26' 20 32 ,O2 '- 25 - 26 - 27!,2 V27 13 52 7 142 6 Jb 28"; 'nn rnyin fn6'; 'n ibd ^ e^; 'nn TH¥ bundle of the living 1 S 25 s9 ; 'nn "UK Z/^A< 0/ <Ae living Jb 33 30 ^56" In the oath by life of men , n is pointed always *0 : 'JIK *{J ")i>Dn as my lord the king liveth 2S15 21 ; njHB ^n Gn 42 1516 (E); IfS? "n 1 S i 26 17" 2 S i 4 19 ; '0 'JE'B? 'ni "> as Yahuieh liveth and as thy sold (or'thyself) liveth 1 S 20 3 2 5 2c 2 K 2 2 - 4 ' 6 4 30 ^5 '3 ft] 2 S 1 1 11 (but on txt. v. We Dr). c. of animals, alive, living : ox Ex2i 35 22 3 (E); goat Lvl6 10.».2.(p). y^ LvI4 4.6.6.7.5,.53. ^ ^-jt, nan rrnNrrjo aits sin 'n Ec 9* (comp. Ar. prov. Kelb hei wa-ld meijit, a livinj dog and no dead lion Wetzst VKhMd - * rl - An,hr ° p - G ~ 1878 ' ^ ; reptiles Gni 28 (P); animals in general Gn 9 s (P); ^n -V2 living, raw flesh Lvi 3 ,014151516 (P) 1 S 2 15 . d. animals and man, phrases for either or both: ^n io Gn 3 20 8 21 (J) Jbi2 10 28 21 30 23 •f 143 2 I45 1C ; ^n io Gn6 ,9 (P); n;n t?M Gn >(P) 2 719 (J); n;n 9$ io Gn 9 121616 (P) Ez 4 7 9 ; Win V&2 fcl Gn'i 21 9 10 Lv n 1046 (P). e. (dub.) of vegetation, as thorns, green, ^ 58 10 (Ges Ew 01 Pe, but De Ri Che Bae raw flesh, v. c supr. ad fin.) f. of water, flowing, fresh D"n om Gn 26 19 ( J), Lv 1 4 s ! i5 13 Nui 9 17 v P), Je2 13 17 13 Zc 1 4 s Ct4 15 . 2. (dub.)lively, active: "n B*K an active man 2 8 23 OT (but Qr &$ B>'K is to be preferred); D^n O'K mine enemies are lively f 38 20 (RV, but Houb 01 Ew Hu Che al. rd. D3n, IpPB*). 3. reviving; njn njQ ai <Ae ft'me (when it is) reviving, the spring Gn 18 1014 (J), 2K4" 17 . t ii- [ ,n ] n.[m.] kinsfolk (Ar. Vi a group of families united by vital ties RS K ^Dr Bm m ) , pi. sf. 'ID 1 S 1 8' 8 , incorrectly pointed with the interpretation my life RV, but rd. ^n my kins- folk, We Ki Br RS SS RVm VB. It is explained by the gloss OK nnBB>D We (Klo rds.

1. nn n.f. living thing, animal (Zinj. 

wild beJst DHM SendKhs ')— 'n Gn8 17 +; cstr. DID Is 57 10 4- ; old case ending (poetic) *tfVn Gn i 24 *5o 10 79 2 I04 11 - 20 Is 56" Zp 2 14 ; sf. wn •f I43 3 ,etc; pi. fn'n Lvi4 4 + 12 1. — 1. animal, as a living, active being : a. in general, Gn 8 17 Lv 1 1 2 - 27 - 47 - 47 Nu 35 3 (P) + 104 25 Is 46 1 Dn 8 4 . h. wild animals, on account of their vital energy and activity Gn 7 1421 8 119 9 5 (P) Lvi7 13 25 7 (H) Jb 37 8 + 148 10 Is 40 16 Ez 14 15 33 s7 Zp 2 1415 ; 'fl n3p jf 68 31 wild animal of the reeds; njn 'n ew7 6ea*« Gn 3 7 20 - 33 (JE) Lv 2 6 6 (H) Ezs 17 14 1621 34* nXDD 'n L'5 2 (P) unclean beast; pun 'n Gn i 25 - 30 9 21010 (P) 1 S 17 46 Ez 2 9 5 3 2 4 34^ Jb s 22 ; px wn Gn i 24 (P) f 7 9 2 ; m'cn 'n Ex 23 11 - 29 (covt. code) Lv 26 22 (H) Dt7 22 2S21 10 , 2 K 14 9 = 2 Ch 25 18 , Ho 2 1420 4 3 13 8 Is 43 20 Je 27 s 28 14 EZ38 20 39 4 Jbs 23 39 1S ; Trim 'n b Gn 2 1920 3 114 (J) Jb 40 20 Je 12 9 Ez 31 613 3 4 6 - 8 39 17 ; wn Hb> IS56 9 ^104"; "V(3) Wn Is 56" V'So 10 104 20 ; nWl P1B Is35 9 destroyer among beasts. C. living beings, of the cherubic chariot Ez i 513, 1S.H.15.1M9.U.20.51.22 gis , q1s.i7.2o_ 2 . life, only in late poetry, + 143 3 Jb 33 18 - 2 "- 22 - 28 36 14 Ez 7 1313 , and (dub.) |<- 74 19 78 50 . 3. appetite, activity of hunger : D'naa JVn aj/petite of young lions Jb 38 s9 . 4. revival, renewal : AKSO 1]T D>n thou didst find renewal of thy strength (re-invigora- tion)Is57 10 ; v. It# 9. f 11. Pl^n n.f. (si vera 1.) community (= fern. of 11. V ace. to N6 ZMG ' 18f6,176 )— n:h vnfbB nr) and a community of Philistines (i.e. a group of allied families, making a raid together) was en- camping 2 S 2 3 13 ( = njno 1 Ch 1 1 16 ) ; perh. also V' 68" (cf. infr.) Note. — Several other passages are dub. : n»n!> BWB7B ISDN"! 2S2V assembled into a troop, or by bands(RY, but neither rend, justif. : Bo Ew We Klo Dr rightly rd. HJ$ to Lehi, cf. Ju 1 5 9 ; wd, om. by accident in || 1 Ch 1 1 13 Dr); WfQBj; in;n ^ 68" </;y <roop dwelt in it (Thes SS RVm Hi Ri Che, but © <S Jer Pe <^y mn

T» (living) creatures, of the people ; Hup id., ref. to quails; improb.); n»n Jjta efcj ny$ fWT^J nxft n?B*Pl-bK f»^ ^ 74" give not the soul of thy turtle-dove to the wild beasts, the life of thine afflicted do not forget for ever : R V Hi Pe Bae Sch render thus, giving JTn diff. meanings in the two clauses, the former being archaic fern. abs. Q es i8o,2.E.2j ^ ex £ d ou btless corrupt, rd. poss. mci> Schr Ri, for rvr6, or nnc6 Kroch ; Gr either of these ; Che either, or better 3ir6.

  • [rTnJ adj. having the vigour of life,

lively (on format, v. Lag BN49 )— fpl. n^n Ex i 19 (E), of Hebrew women in childbirth, bearing quickly, easily. tQ-«n n.m. Dt28 »pl. abstr. emph. life, 'n Gn2 7 + ; PS Jb24 M (Aramaism Ges 5870 "); »nGn23 l +; sf. VD Gn 4 7 9 +; '3^0 ^ 103 4 ; (Ges» 91(2,R - ! ), etc .;— 1. life: physical Gn 2^ Ex i 14 (P), Dt 28 s6 - 66 2 S 1 i n 15 21 Is 38 12 Je 8 13 La 3 5358 Ez 7 13 Jb 3 M f 9 21 io' 2 24 s2 + f 17" 2 1 5 26" 31 11 34 13 63* 6 4 2 66 9 88 4 103 4 Pr 18 s1 Ec a" 6 i2 ? u 9 ». 9 I0 i9 Jon 2 ? 4 3.s . n -,B> »n Z?/ e of Sarah Gn 23 1 (P); fl 'Jf years 0/ </te «/b of 2 S 19 35 Gn23> 25 717 47 8 ' 9 - 9!!8 Ex 6 161820 (P); 'n!> njB> Gn 7" (P); Q^O nUB> Pr 3 2 4 10 9"; Tl nj] days of the life of Ec 2 3 5 1719 6 12 8 16 9 9 ; t W % Gn 3 l417 (J)Dt 4 9 6 2 i6 3 i7 19 Josi s 4 14 (D) iSi'Y 4 1K5 1 n 34 15 56 , 2 K 25 2930 = Je 52 s3 - 34 , IS38 20 (poem of Hez.) ^ 23 s 2 7 4 128 s Pr 31 12 ; TBinor during ones life Gn 2 7 46 (P) Lv i8 18 (H) Ju 16 30 2 S i 23 18 18 ^ 49 19 63 s 104 33 146 2 Jb io 1 Ec 3 12 9 3 ; / nnnGn6 17 7 15 (P); , nn'nis 3 8 ,6 (poemofHez.); Dnfea'n Pri 4 30 ; 'n(Piri) npf? Gn2 7 7 22 (J). 2. life: as welfare and happiness in king's presence Pr 16'°; as consisting of earthly felicity com- bined (often) with spiritual blessedness Dt30 615 - 1919S0 3 2 47 ^30" 133 3 Pr3 w 4 1322 8 s5 io 16 11 19 12 28 19 23 2 1 21 2 2 4 Mai 2 6 ; used only once distinctly of eternal life (late) cbV 'n Dn 12 2 ; »B bt* ^42' God of my life; 'n nv» f 2 7 1 )* 'n Tlpo ^36 10 Prio" 13 14 14 27 i6 C2 ; D«n(n) flf Gn 2 9 3 s224 (J) Pr 3 18 11 30 13 12 15 4 ; 'n mx ^i6 n Pr 5 6

24 ; 'ni> rnx Pno 17 ; 'n mms Pr2 19 ; WTJ 

n«n(n) Pre 23 Je2i 8 ; 'n nii3nEz33 15 ; 'n niKsiri Pr4 :3 sources (origin and direction) of life; 'n nruin p r 1 5 31 ; D^r6 runs is 4 s «>«'«<?«. unto life. 3. sustenance, maintenance: D^O TO 4 " 1 ^?? Pr 27 s7 maintenance for thy maidens, v. n<ro infr. tj"Wl n.f. abstr. DVPI nUtpj>K 2 S 20 3 , lit. 'widowhood of livingness,' Dr ; We rds. niJDpK ITl'n living widows ('grass-widows,' who were separated from their husbands), after © xnP al {Ho-™, so SS. TnTttp n.f. preservation of life, susten- ance, 'D Gii45 5 +4t.; cstr. JVne Lv I3 10 - 24 ; sf. IjQ'n? Ju 17 10 ; — 1. preservation of life Gn 45 s (E), 2 Ch 14 12 . 2. sustenance Ju 6 4 17 10 . 3. reviving, Ezr 9 s9 . 4. the quick 0?O) fl'TO the quick (or raw spot) 0/ the flesh Lv I3 1024 (P). t , NT! n.pr.m. (El lives (or abbrev. for •WIT); Sab. PN'n, name of coin, after n.pr. of king DHM z " Q18re ' ,I3 ' , * B - 15 ; cp. also foil., and Ph. ^mo, VWOa) — name of the rebuilder of Jericho 1 K 16 34 ; © Ax(f)'nK ova. @L. tTMTP n.pr.m. (may El live; Ph. ^NUT, itarv v. Eut ZM0187 * ,S6 )— © usu. lu V , Ia«,X;— 1. one of David's chief musicians 1 Ch i5 18 (© U,ri, @L latr,), V 20 (® EitftjX, ®L I«,X), l6 6 (® EkiijX, ©L ImijX). 2. one of David's chiefs of the Levites 1 Ch 23 s (® l(u)i)X), 29 s (® Bto-iijX, A ®L If«i)X). 3. tutor of David's sons iCli27 32 (® l«(p«)i)X, ®L Iwt,X). 4. son of Jehoshaphat 2Ch2i s . 5. 7N1IT Heman- ite of Hezekiah's reign 2 Ch 29". 6. over- seer in Hezekiah's reign 2 Ch 31 13 . 7. ruler of the temple in Josiah's reign 2 Ch 35 s . 8. contemporaries of Ezra, Ezr 8 9 (© I»jm, A I«»,X, ©L I«.jX), io 2216 . "h^triT n.pr.m. (patronym.), i Ch 26 s1 - 22 (© Itt^X; ©Lom. in v 22 ). Tn'TT n.pr.m. (may Yah live) keeper of the ark 1 Ch 15 24 (® lc(a).a, ®L l€.,X). 7TI v. I. II. bin supr. ^>v, ^Hi ^v, ^ ,n » o^r?. ] t ? ,,, ! , v. sub I. II. ?in supr. WT1 v. sub }:n. ]irn,y^n v. sub i. n. pn. p^n v. sub pin. mTT v. sub I. Tin. T • Dl^n, SilTl v. sub nN, nnN supr. p. 27 b . Tjn v. sub 13n. rcn

D3n f[HDn] vb.wait,await — QalP^.pl.cstr. ^ n Is 30 18 , with p waiting for him (). Pi. nan Jb32 4 ; nn?n 1//33 20 ; wan i S 8 17 ; »n ,/, 106 13 ; van 2 K 7 9 ; /mp/ nan; i s 3 o 18 ; nann 2 K 9 s ; Imv. 'nan Hb 2 3 ; Ein Zp 3 8 ; /«/ cstr. 'ana Ho6 9 (Ephraimit. for nan 1) ; Pi. nano Dn ia B j cstr. nano i s 6 4 3 ; pi. D'ano Jb3 n ;— 1. wait, tarry, abs. 2 K 9' tarry not; with 15? till morning light 2 K 7 9 ; c. ace. 2PM nx DH3T3 Jb 32 4 tarry for Job with words. 2. wait (in ambush), DHV1? B*K 'ana Ho 6 9 as marauding bands wait for a man AV HV De, or as marauders lie in wait Hi Ew (taking B*N as cstr.) 3. wait for, long for, with p for * Is8 17 64 s Zp 3 8 V'SS 20 ; for his counsel yfr 106 13 ; for bis vision Hb 2 3 ; for death Jb 3 21 ; D33Jn? nW' nan' Yahweh waiteth to be gracious itnto you Is 30 18 (Di regards this as threatening and refers it to 1); abs. waiteth (and cometh to the days of blessedness) Dn 12 12 . rJl v. sub "]jn. DI1 ("/of foil.; cf. Ar. iL iv. be confused, vague; il>*j>. barbarousness, or im- 2>ediment in speech ; As. akdlu, be gloomy, eklu, dark,eklitu,darkness,Dl in Zim Bpll6 ' w - 385tt , cf. Jager 1 ^"- 282 ). t i~! ^DPl n.pr.loc. (dark) a hill in southern Judah, on edge of wilderness of Ziph 1 S 23" 26 1S (Glaser sklK ' , "' s!!6 rd8. also for n^in, q.v., in I S 15 7 ); © Ex«Xa (26 1 B XfX/zafl, A A X ta). t^S^bpn adj. (dark) dull, from wine, 'n f*D tWS? Gn 49 12 . T JTl 7 s - 2n n.f. dulness, of eyes in drunk- enness,: D^V?' 2 , opPr2 3 M (v 30 |^n-75)Dn_nsD^). Ti"p72n n.pr.m. (rung, dub.; perhaps nan TV*? wait for Yahweh, -/nan, so We i) — father of Neliemiah Ne i', © X«Xic(f)ia, ©L Xfiuas(ov), N A Ax«Xm; IO 2 © A^fXm, A ©L A^aXia. tDDn vb. be wise (NH id.; Aram. pL, Dan id.; Zinj. noan wisdom, DHM 1 ™"'*'; As. hakumu, know (with exceptional n v. Dl Prl78f ); Ar. S^>. restrain from acting in an evil manner, judge, govern ; iv. make firm, sound, free from defect by the exercise of skill) — Qal Pf. 'n Pr "; 3 fs. roan' Zc 9 2 ; noan p r9 »-» etc.+ 3 1. Pf.; Impf ciam p r 9 9 n"; D?n;i 1 K 5"; Dam p r 2 o' + ; DJjrn p r 13 20 ; Danri p r I9 »; n ?;, n ? Ec 7°; pl- A, »2 n .1 Jb32 9 ; Imv. D?D Pr 27' 1 ; Dan p r 6 6 23 19 + 13 20 Kt; WgH Pr8 ?i ;— be or become wise, act wisely Dt 32 s9 (poet.) 1 K5 11 Jb32 9 Pr6 6 8 33 9 91212 i3 20 19 20 20 1 21" 23 19 27" Ec 2 15 7 23 Zc 9 2 ; ^37 Dan'DN •/ thy mind be wise Pr 23 15 ; c. ace. ncanB' Ec 2 19 wherein I have acted wisely. Pi. Impf. D3IT

  • 105 22 ; sf.woan; jb 35 " ; *jjpsnn + 119 ™ ; a li

ma&e ttise, teach wisdom, c. ace. Pu. Pt. made wise, intensive, as it were the embodi- ment of wisdom Danp Dnan -iain ^s 6 , pi. nan DVOanD D'Oan Pr 30 2 * (of 'intelligent animals). Hipli. Pt. cstr. VIS nO'Srip ^ 19 8 making wise the simple. Hithp. Impf. i? HDannj Ex I 10 (E) let us deal wisely (shrewdly) toward it (the people); 2 ms. DannPl Ec >j K make or sliew thyself wise. tQDn adj. wise, 'n Dt 4 e + 67t.; cstr. Djnis3»+9t.; pi. D-oan Dti 13 + 39 t.; cstr. 'Can Ex28 3 +4t.; sf. ff?q Is 19 12 etc + 8 t.; f. noan 2 S 14 2 20 16 ; cstr. hpan Ex 35 s5 ; pi. ntoan j e 9 16 ; wtr. ntoan j u f> p r 1 4 1 (but rd. moariDe); — 1. skilful in technical work; arti- ficers IS3 3 ; sailors EZ27 8 , so (prob.) v 9 ; mourn- ing women Je9 16 ; artisans of tabern. and temple and their furniture Ex 28 s 31 6 35 10 36 1 ' 248 (P), 1 Ch 22 15 2 Ch 2 6121313 ; women in spinning Ex 35 25 (P); goldsmiths and other artisans Je 10 9 ; makers of idol-images Is 40 20 . 2. wise in the administration of affairs : Joseph in Egypt Gn 4i 33 - 39 (E); heads of tribes Dti 1315 , judges 1 6' 9 ; of David 2 S 1 4 20 , of Solomon 1 K 2' 3 12 5 21 =2 Ch 2 11 ; the prince of Tyre, in satire Ez28 3 ; of kings in general Pr20 26 ; class of political advisers of Judah Is 29" Je 18 18 , appar. also Iss 21 ; of Egypt Isi9 luU2 , Edom Ob 8 , the nations Jeio 7 ; so of God IS31 2 . 3. shrewd, crafty, cunning: Jonadab 2 S 13 3 ; the princesses Ju 5 29 ; HDan nB>K wise vjoman 2Si4 2 20 16 ; gen., Je9 22 ; intelligent animals Pr 30 24 ; DD1J73 'fl la? taking the cunning in their craft Jb 5 13 ; 'J'jn Dan wise in one's own eyes Pr 3 7 26 61216 28"; 3? 'D3n wise of mind (in their own mind) Jb37 24 . 4. pi. class of learned and shrewd men,incl.astrologer3,magicians and the like, of Egypt Gn 4i 8 (E), Ex7 n (P : cf. Is 19 111112 ); Babylon Is 44 25 JeSo 3 ^! 57 ; Persia Est i 13 6 13 . 5. prudent, towards king Pr 16 14 ; in controversies Pr 1 1 29 29 8911 ; religious affairs Hoi3 13 i4 10 Je4 22 8 8 - 9 Dt4 6 32 6 ^107"; uhx 'n Je 9". 6. wise, ethically and religiously, in WisdLt : a. as adj., 3? Dan wise of mind Pr rraan 315 io 8 16 21 ; D?n aS Ec 8 4 ; of the son Pno'= 15 s0 , 13 1 23 s4 Ec 2 19 ; 'n 1?' Ec 4" wise boy; 'n n3J Jb 3 4** wise mum; 'n IT3U3 wise rejtrover Pr 2 $ ]i . b. = subst. : (1) as a wise learner in school of wisdom, he fears God and departs from evil Pr 14 16 ; is silent Pr 17 2R ; hearkens to counsel Pr 1 2 15 ; hears and increases in learning Pr I 5 ; his ear seeketh knowledge Pri8"; he receives it Pr2i"; and stores it up Pr 10"; his ears hearken to the reproof which giveth life Pr 15 31 ; and he becomes wiser through it Pro^ 9 . (2) as a wise teacher, a sage, he does not answer with windy knowledge Jb 15 2 ; he tells the ex- perience of the past Jb 1 5 48 ; has knowledge Jb 34 2 ; teaches it Ec 1 2 9 ; disperses it Pr 15 7 ; his tongue is health Pr 12 18 ; it utters knowledge aright Pri5 2 ; his mind instructs his mouth and adds learning to his lips Pr 1 6 s3 ; his words are gracious Ec io 12 ; it is good to hear his re- buke Ec 7 s ; his instruction is a fountain of life Pr 13 14 ; one walking with him becomes wiser Pr 1 3 20 . The D'Dan recall the Gk. <ro'</>oi, having their schools, pupils (J3), discipline (" 1 P ! " 3 ), principles and collections of wisdom, '"OT DV33n Pr i 6 22 17 (cf. 24 s3 ), Ec9 17 12 11 ; God himself is 33? D3n Jb 9/. (3) the wise are pros- perous: true, in sceptical view of Ec, they have no advantage over the fool Ec 6 8 ; but die as the fool Ec 2 1616 fr 49 11 ; they will not be able to find the works of God Ec 8 17 ; like others are in the hands of God Ec 9 1 ; they do not secure bread Ec 9"; but elsewhere reverse is true : precious treasure is in his dwelling Pr2i 20 ; his lips preserve him Pr 14 3 ; they inherit glory Pr3 35 ; wealth is their crown Pr 1 4 24 ; the wise man is strong Pr 24 s Ec 7 19 ; his eyes are in his head Ec 2 U ; his mind is at his right hand Ec io 2 ; he interprets things Ec 8'. (4) the wise man is a blessing to others : he wins men Pr 11 30 ; scales the city of the mighty Prai"; though poor he delivers the city Ec 9 15 ; is a reproof to scorners Pr 15 12 ; his mind is in the house of mourning Ec7 4 ; injustice makes him foolish Ec 7 7 ; Job finds no wise men among his cruel friends Jb 17 10 . tn£)~n n.f. wisdom, 'n Ex 28 3 -f 106 t.; cstr. neon Ex 35 s5 + 15 t.; sf. 'rioan Ec 2', etc. + 25 t. sf.; pi. abst, emph. DiDSPI ^ 49 * p r x » 9 1 2 4 7 ; nton Pr 14 1 (incorrectly pointed as adj. cstr.f.; rd.rfesriDe); — 1. «MZinwar Is io 13 ; in technical work Ex 28 s 31 36 Jg*"* 36 1 2 (P), cf. 1 K 7", 1 Ch 28 2 '; of sailors f 107 27 . 2. wisdom, in administration Dt 34 s Is 29 14 Je 49" 2 S 14 20 ; of prince of Tyre Ez 28 45 ' 71217 ; ^n Sol.'s wisdom included this with other forms of cleverness and shrewdness 1 K 2' 3 ffl g 910 ""** 10 «.«.J.».ss.M_ 2C i 1 9 w.a.9 ,Ku 41 2 Chi 10 ""; the Messiah is to have nr3* n ?? n D*" 1 Is 1 1*. 3. shrewdness, wisdom, 2820 s2 1 K 5 1010 Je 9 M ; withheld by God from the ostrich Jb 39" ; of magicians and prophets Is 47 10 Dn i 417 - 20 . 4. wisdom, prudence in religious affairs Dt 4° ^37 30 5i 8 9o 12 Prio 31 Is 3 3 6 Je8 9 . 5. wisdom, ethical and religious : a. of God, as a divine attribute or energy; his wisdom is in the skies Jb 38 36 ; by it he numbers the clouds Jb 38 s7 ; founded the earth Pr3 19 ; and made all things Je io l2 =5i 15 , ^ro4 M ; it is with him Jb 12 13 ; not to be found by the most persevering human search Jb 28 1220 ; he alone knows it Jb 28^; gives it Pr 2 6 ; and shews its secrets Jb 11 6 . b. the divine wisdom is personified: she was begotten before all things to be the architect and counsellor of God in the creation (Pr 8 22 * 31 ) ; the builds a palace and spreads a feast for those who will receive her instruction 9 ' (cf. v 2 " 5 ); she teaches in public places i 20 8 l - 5I112 (v. context); givesher pupils the divine spirit I 23 ; by her discipline simple become wise, rulers rule wisely, and those seeking her are richly rewarded 8 14 (cf. v 1 " 21 ). c. of man : to get wisdom is principal thing Pr 4"; its fundamental principle is to fear God ^ III 10 Pr 15 33 Jb28 28 (|| nra VIO-WD); and know '», the All Holy Pr 9 10 30 3 ; it is of inestimable worth Jb 28' 8 Pr8" 16 1 i7 16 23 2

7 ; beyond the 

reach of scorners Pr 14 6 ; God giveth it to the good Ec 2 26 ; men are to incline the ear Pr 2 2 ; attend unto wisdom Pr 5 1 ; seek Ec 7 2S ; know Pr24 14 Ec i 17 8 16 ; behold Ec 2 12 9 13 ; get her Pr4 57 ; treat her as sister Pr7 4 ; happy the man who finds her Pr 3 13 ; he who lias wisdom is nrori b»k p r i *>. paa p r io 13 14 33 ; P 31 ? Pr

24 ; cf. also ^ 49 4 Jb4 21 12 2 

Pri 2 a 7.M 33 s

3 28 M 29 315 3 1 2 

.23 Ql ,.10.15.16.10. 18 " 11' 13' , , 3 » i5° 18 4

3 

2I 30 Ec ,3.9.13.21 ,-10.11.12.12. io 110 ; — on Solomon's wisdom

v. supr. "Prrapn u.pr.m. (wise) — 1. father of one of David's warriors 1 Ch 1 1". 2. father of the tutor of David's sons 1 Ch 2 7 32 . t^Dpnri adj. gent. 2 S 23 8 = 'Jinan [3 1 Ch 1 1 11 ';' id. ^bann "Ye Klo Dr VB. ?n v. Wi sub I. hn. Sh v. sub III. i>?n. vbn 316 fl. [&*7 M ] vb.be sick, diseased (=rbn, v. Ges' 75 - 22 )— Qal Imp/. X^yt . . . KDK vbn> 2Chi6 ,s (=ni)n i Kis 23 )/ - fonjl^nri n.pl.m. 2Ch2119 diseases, abs. 'n Je 16 4 2 Ch 21"; cstr. wbm J e 14 18 ; ♦9^JB ^ 103 3 ; n^bnn Dt 29";— diseases Dt29 51 2CI121 19 ^103'; "^I Dwnn^jto^ Je 16 4 ; ay~l , S17nn Je 14 18 diseases of famine (ll^n-bbn). II. Km (/of foil.; DHM in MV comp. Sab. [Npnni nNtSna «A« sinned and defiled herself). fl. [nN ,n] n.f. rust (pei h.&s filth .sLpv — Piri«bn " Ez 24 612 + v 1112 (del. Co intern, grounds) +v 6 nnjj^n (cf. Ges H1 ' liE - 2 ) rust on metal pot, symbol of impurity of Jerusalem. fn. nsbn n.pr.f. (meaning dub.) — wife of Ashhur (of Judah) ' father' of Tekoah 1 Ch

s ' 7 © Aw8<i, AoaSa, AXcia, EXaa, l.Xtti. 

U*vbn v. bn sub III. rbn. nos^n v. tfyn sub 1. hn. I. J /(I (vof foil.; meaning unknown). ' 2 , n a.m. milk (NH id. (and vb. denom.); Aram. K^D, J^sJl, Ph. 3^; Ar. J^li. n. /res/i mt7£, ilJLi vb.wtitt; As. aZifew, mitt, v. Dl rrl74 ; Eth. /firt.-fl;)— 'n abs. Gn i8 18 + 3 5 t.+ Ez 34 s (v. infr.); cstr. 3?H Ex 23"+ 5 t.; sf. *3^J Ct5», tJ?n Ez 25*; — milk: a. as common food Gn 1 8 8 ( J ; distinct from HNDn curd, q.v.), J«& 3.?n Dt32 14 (poet.; distinct fr. y$ J™ 1 ?!?); in Ju S^abn is used parallel with , "'¥ t ?£ ; elsewhere HXOn seems to be produced fr. 3^n : _nKcn *#♦ 3^) p? P^o 33 a ^raw- t'ngr {squeezing) of milk produces curd; 3 i lB r«on <?2fr 2 bn rrtbj[ Is 7" & eC au«e of abundant yield of milk he shall eat curd; cf. also ^"ln a ?C? 1 S 17 18 cuts of milk, i.e. cheeses; it was received in buckets or pails (WSJ?) Jb 21 24 (v. Ew De Di VB), and kept in skins ('n Tttb) Ju4 1D ; men drank it (nnt}') EZ25 4 (cf. nptwi Ju 4"), but also ate it (bltt), if emend. 3^>nn Ez 34 3 (for abnn) i s right, ® 33 Bo Hi-Sm Co, al.; it was poured out, v. sim. of formation of the embryo '?3"n? 'TO t6n Jb 10 10 hast thou not poured me out like milk 1 specif. (1) Itpn'jfj D^y 3?n Pr 2 7 s7 milk of goats for thy food (RS*" 1 - 1 - 04 ). '(2) c. D5? mother's milk: of kid toN aJWJI H5 ^3jpn6 Ex 2 3 19 =34 26 (JE) = Dt I4 J1 , cf. 'n nbo 1 S7 9 sucking lamb (for sacrif.); but also of human beings TlD ^IBa Is 28' weaned from milk ()1&Q 'p.'Fiy); fig. in promise to Zion D?ia 3?q npjji Is 6o 16 anrf «/<o«  «AaZ< suc& the milk of nations (H 0*3^0 *lb ; l 'i?^ 1 ?). (3) 'n with wine, as esp. delicacy Ct 5 1 (v. De), fig. of Vs choicest blessings Is 55 1 . (4) oft. in phr. of productiveness of land of Canaan (V2f) B>3"11 3^>n TW flowing udlh milk and honey Ex 3 s - 17 13 5 33 s NU13 27 14 8 16 1314 (all JE), Lv 20 24 (H), Dt 6 3 n 9 26 9 ' 6 27 s 31 20 J0S5 6 Jen 6 32 s2 Ez 20 615 ; in Messian. time the hills 'n n«bn jo 4 ' 8 (ij D'py Dnrej «»j); fig. of charms of loved one "iff®? TTV 'H BO"! Ct 4 12 honey and milk are under thy tongue. b. milk as white TlD D^SB*";^ Gn 49 12 white of teeth, from milk; TlD }I"1X La 4 7 they were whiter than milk (||3?B>D 13T); so also prob. of eyes (iris) TB nixni Ct 5 12 bathed in milk, i.e. the white of the eye. — On milk as not used by Israel in sacrifice v. RS 8 ""- 204 . II. 2717 (-/of foil.; perh. cf. As. haldbu, be covered, VB. 8 s3 Lyon "*""'"• Gl0M , hallibu, cover, clothe, IR 1M8 hallubtu, clothing, Lyon 8are ° nte,te14 , Jiitlvpatu, nahlapu (rd. b for p) Schr C0TG1 °"). l.ihn nja."**" fat (NH id., fat, so Ph. ?n (prob.); Aram. }-»» (also diaphragm in Lexx., v. PS 1274 ) orig. diaphragm, midriff; Ar.^L, inch midriff- fat, ES s<!m - ,M0 ); — Ti abs. Lv 3 16 +40 t.; cstr. Gn 45 18 +2i t.; sf. iabn Lv3 9 +6t.; na|)n LV4 3 '- 35 , nabn Nu i8' 7 , toabn ,/, 171", jnabn Lv8 162s (rd. n.pi. praSn Sam. Di) ; pi. D^nn Lv 8 M + 7 1. ; cstr. "abn Lv 6 5 + 4 1.; sf. jrobn Gn 4 4 (pafcn Sam. Di, cf.Lv8 16116 supr.); — l./a< of human body Ju 3 M (covering intestines); D^l^ajTla S i M assmearingwarrior's shield; of grossness of wicked wria V3B flD3 Jb 1 5 27 ; fat (of midriff) fig. of unreceptive heart Vljp 'T f i7 10 ,valso 73 7 (rd.to3ij| 3^riD for 3^nD tej»g ® @ Hi Ew 01 De Che Bae al.); 'H3 E>E)B D3p yj, ng' i. e. their heart is as unresponsive as the midriff- fat near it. 2. fat of beasts : a. as rich food (poet.) Dt 32 14 and in sim. ^ 63 s (|| if}); so MT Ez 3 4 3 (but rd. abnn, v . 3$). 39 10 (@ Co iba). b. esp. as offered in sacrifice, sg., to "• Ex2 3 18 (JE), 1S2 1516 Exzp 1313 - 22 - 22 - 38 An ■ Lv3 ».I.4.9.....10.14.H.« +23 t> LVj Nu , 8 17 ( a H p) ( Lvi7 6 (H),iSi5 22 Isi 11 43 24 Ez44 7 - 15 ;v.Is34 6 ' i7 of fat of Edomites slaughtered by s sword (under fig. of lambs, rams, and bulls); »s eaten by (strange) gods Dt 32 38 (poet.), not to be eaten by men Lv 3 17 7***^ (all P); also pi., fat parts or pieces Gn 4* (J) Lv6 s + 8t. Lv, 1 K S MM 2 Ch 7" zg 35 35". 3. choicest, best part of products of land Gn 45"* (E), specif, of oil Nu 18 12 and wine v 12 ; of corn and oil v 29 - "•»; also (poet.) ntsn rii<J>| Tl Dt 32 14 kidney- fat of tvheat (i. e. the very choicest, cf. Is 34 6 ), nan Tt ^8i 17 , Q'tsn 'n 147 14 . L ' L fll. l.n n.pr.m. (Sab. n.pr.m. ]lbh = the crafty one Sab. Denkm. 27 - 2s ) — one of David's heroes 2 S 23 s9 (but rd. ( , )l^>n, v. Dr), © EvSau, A Aa<t>, ©L Aap( = lbn i Ch I i»ssT£n 27 16 ). Tnjrpn n.pr.loc. town assigned to Asher Ju i 31 , site unknown, © X«/38a, ®L EX/3a; (comp. As. Mahalliba Schr Dl.but v. 3^118 infr.) Tp^bn 11.pr.loc. place whence wine came (to Tyre) 'n f* Ez 27 18 ; so also As. n.pr.terr. Hilbunim or Hilbunu, v. Schr C0T and Dl in Co. Mod. HalbA?i, NW. fr. Damascus, Wetzst ZMGxI. 1857, 490f. T> 1 Pal 341 tnD^Vn n.f. (Aram. )&i4N.S, *&$$ © ^aA/Sawi, 23 galbanum) — a kind of gum Ex 30 34 , ingredient of the holy incense, v. Di Low 115 . tubnN n.pr.loc. town assigned to Asher Ju i 31 , site unknown, © Aakatf> (= AaXa<£) (WMaxMuller Asl "" l '- Euroi>alM thinks corrupt, for ibnv, As. Muhalliba (which Schr 00T Ju i 37 Dl Pa 233 comp. with 3?nK and '"W^); he rds. n.pr.loc. ibno for bno Jos 19 29 , © a d/rA A«£=3^hlM ; this would be on coast, N. of Achzib). I. *77n (-/of foil.; Ar. lii. abide, continue, often in Qor of righteous in Paradise). j- L * TTTn n.[m.] Jbn ' 17 duration, world (= alaiv) (Ar. jii. perpetual duration, eternity) — abs. 'n ^i7 14 ; ibn Jbn 17 +2 t. + Is38 n Che De, sq. Cod. Bab. etc.(Baer inn); sf.^bn ^ 39 6 ; = duration of life, Jb n 17 ^ '39 s (IpOJ), N>*< lb] n^n-HD 89^0/ what duration I am Dr' 189 ^ or ('JIX for ijx) ro/ia< is life(1) Hi Ew Now al.; world (=<u<ic, not Roafius) ->r 17 14 49 s ('n SB* || VOSns), cf. Is 38 n (v. supr.; ||D»nn ffy). II- "nn ("/of foil.; cf. NH lbn dig, or hollov) out, Aram. «^L» creep, crawl). ™ nVn t"rVn n.pr.m. (Sab. n.pr. ibn DHM""^- D.Dk m . ») one of David - B heroes, son of n;j»3 r Ch n 80 A@LAa8 {=i?n 27 lb = 3^>n 2823"). t"T?n n.[m.] weasel (NH KJ^VJj Ar. jli. wio/e or blind-rat, or a species of rat ; on format, v. Lag B! " M ) — weasel Lv 1 1 2 ' (Vrss Ki Thes al. v. esp. Di ; >Saad Bo MV SS Lag 10 - mole). Ti"TT?n n.pr.f. prophetess, Josiah's time, 2 K 2 2 14 = 2 Ch 34 22 , © OXda. t^WH n.pr.m. 1. one of David's heroes

Ch 27 15 (=^n 1 j 3 " = 3^n 2 s 23 20 ) © xos«a 

(Sat), ©L oXSia. 2. a returned exile Zc 6 10 (om. ©) = D^n v 14 . |I. Jl7n vb. be weak, sick (NH id.; Aram.N?n sit^er(rare); As. halA, sickness, grief, Dl Pr181 )— Qal Pf. 'n 1 K i 4 ' + 8 t.; 2 *.!$$ IsS7 10 ; 1 s-Wbn iS30 13 +2t.; ribm consec. Ju i6 7,117 ,^n J e 5 s( so rd., v. infr.); Impf. brk

K i 2 ; Inf. sf.Wbn Is 38 s ; Vlibn ,/, 77 » c f. sub 

Pi. ; onibn ^ 351 3 / p<. nbh Gn 48 1 + 6 1. + 1 S

s (v. infr.); njfol Ne s 2 Mai 1 13 ; f. nWlEcs' 2 

+ 3 t. (for Je 4 31 v. I. bT), cstr. O^n Ct 2' 5 8 ;— 1. be or 6ecom« weaA, Samson Ju 16 71117 ; feel weak Is 57 10 (Che) Ez 34 416 . 2. become sick, ill Gn 48 1 (E) 1 S 19 14 30 13 i K 14 15 1 5 s3 (of Asa, = ttbn 2 Ch 16 2 ) 17 17 2 K i 2 8 7 13 14 (c. ace. cogn.) 20 12 = Is39 1 , Is 33" 38" Pr 23 s5 ^35 13 Ne2 2 , cf. yjr 77" "nibn for 'rffen Che after Bi ; lame and sick — i. e. imperfect for sacri- fice — of animals Mai i 813 ; sick from effect of wounds 2 K 8 M = 2 Ch 2 2 cf. Pr 2 3 s5 , H3D with ^n Dt 28 5961 Je 6 7 io 19 ; hyperbol. sick from love '38 rnqK nMn Ct 2 s 5"; be sick unto dying rviob rbh 2 K 2o'=Is 38 1 , n^-iy'n (late) 2 Ch

2 24 ; Je 5 3 rd. prob. &n tb (for MT ^n, v. 

I. i>in) of the people, unmoved by '»'s chastise- ments ; thou hast smitten them, but they are not sick (cf. XTiph. Am 6 6 ) ; of sickness of the mind in MT 1 S 22 9 sq. bj? (but rd. rather bch © Gr KI0D1); pt. asadj.*«uere, sore n?'n nV"l Ec5 1215 ; —on Je 4 31 v. I. bm. iriph.P/ 1 s. W.bn3Dn8 27 ;

pi. 6nj Am 6 6 Je 12 13 ; P«. f. nbnj is 17" + 

4t.; pi. rbm Ez 34* (del. Co) v 21 ';— 1. make oneself sick, fig. for strain oneself Je I2 13 (but Gr *$3). 2. 6e m«/« «ic/i; Dn S 27 ; 'ni «b f indifference, apathy Am 6 6 sq. by ^cf. Qal Je 5 3 ); ^n pt. diseased, as subst. c. art. Ez $4* (del. Co) v 21 ; = severe, sore (pred. of i"l3p) Na 3 19 Je io 19 14 17 30"; also (nap om.) Is 17". Pi. Pf TSn make sick, c. aoc. c<>gn. + 3 of land Dt 29 21 ; Inf. cstr. NvpniVn ^, 77 " id. prob. , n^n ! I„f. Qal, my sickness, so Bi Che (others der. fr. bbn my wounding, v. De). — For other forms of Pi. v. II. fvn. Pu. Pf. he made weak, 2 ms. n^n is I4 10 . Hithp. Impf. bnm 2 8 13 6 ; 7m». ^nnn 2 S 1 3 5 ; Inf. rihnm 2 8 1 3 2 ;— make oneself sick, of Amnion's morbid passion for his sister 2 S 13 2 , sq. "fl3JH ; of his pretended sickness of body 2 S 1 3 s ' 6 . Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. $£9 Is 53 10 ; 1 s. v^nn Mi 6 13 ; pi. 6ruj Ho 7" (on txt. v. infr.); P<. nbriD Pr i3 12 ;— 1. make (sick, i.e.) sore thy smiting ^n^n Mi6 13 (cf. Na 3 19 , Niph.); obj. (implic.) a person, IN? 1 ! )*sn *1 Vf!0 I s 53 10 *'< pleased '< to bruise him, making him sick = to bruise him sorely, v. further Di. 2. wia&e «!<;&, obj. 3? (of hope de- ferred) Pr 13 12 . 3. shew (signs of) sickness, become sick, only J?M? npn dn'c 'nn_Ho 7 6 princes are become sick with fever of wine (Now Che VB; > Vrss Hi-St who rd. WW> they begin the day with wine- fever). Hoph. Pf. be made sick = ivounded ,r), .?Ci7 J K 2 2 s4 = 2 Ch 18 33 , 2 Ch 35 s3 . t^n n.m. 1 " 28 ' 69 sickness, '&H Dt 2 8 6l + 8t; ^H Dt7 ,5 +2t.; sf. vbn Is 3 8 9 +7t.+ Ec 5 16 (where del. sf., cf. Vrss Now); pi. Dvn Dt28" 9 , D*$H 2 Ch2i 15 , »^n Is53 4 ; — sick- ness, disease Dt7 ,s 28 5961 r K 17" 2 K i 2 8 89 13" Is 3 8 9 2 Ch 16 1212 21 151619 f 41 4 Ec 6 2 ; of the suffering servant of '* Is 53 s4 (in both || 3N3C); of rich man Ec 5 16 (rd. 'bm, v. supr.) ; incurable disease K31D f'K? 'fl 2 Cli2i' 8 ; recover from sickness vflg iVn Is 38 9 ; metaph. of dis- tressoflandHo 5 13 (|piTp),Isi 5 Jeio 19 ;=»wmd, of violence in Jerusalem Je 6' (|| H3D). T[n . n^J n.[m.] sickness, disease — sf. ,ri .?DP Pr 18" his sickness (=any sickness of his); of specif, disease, cstr. TV.P n ?D5 2 Ch 21 15 ( + D' , 3iD , ^n3 ) ^nno). T PI vn?2 n.f. sickness, disease, npPin Ex T -: - ' » t -; - J 5 M +3 t. — sickness, disease (in gen.) Ex 23" (JE); so c. fe, 1 K 8 37 =2 Ch 6 s8 (|| V:r^3), Ex 15* (JE; cf. 1XST m,T >:« od/w.)

n ^n 

T |_ ,! l , H£ J n.m. sickness, suffering(caused by wounds, cf. nbn 2 K 8 s9 ) — only pi. intens. D"^™ 2 Ch 24 s5 . fll. [n^n] vb. only Pi. sq. "P.B, T3S, :]»3B = mollify, appease, entreat the favour of, lit. make the face of any one sweet or pleasant (cf. Ar. 5li, |^t oe ««;ee<, pleasant, Aram. >..., 'bn, ttf., adj. bn « i0 ee<);— Pi. P/ nbn 2Ch33 12 , ♦r.TTI 1S13 12 ^n^.^m consec. Jbn 19 , u^n Dn 9 13 ; 7ot;)/. bn;i Ex 32" + 3 t., ^P i^45 13 Pr 19 6 ; Imv. *rbn 1 K 13 6 , W-^n Mal'i 9 ; /«/ cstr. ni^Plb Zc7 2 + 2 t.; — 1. '•'-os-nx 'n: a. mollify, pacify, appease **, i.e. induce him to shew favour in place of wrath and chastisement Ex 32 11 (JE), 1 K 13 6 ( + b.Win), v 6 2 K 13* Je 2 6 19 ( + DPIS'l), 2 Ch 33 12 (|| V.si'l? 1KD W3>1), Dn 9"; also h^» Tl Mai I 9 (sq. Wr^ tAo^Ae may 6e gracious to us). b. entreat the favour of i.e. aim at success, prosperity, etc., through his favour, 1 S 13 12 (in anticipation of war), Zc8 2122 (ll' , " n ? &B&? ; of cities and nations assembling at Jerusalem for worship), Zc 7 2 (|| ,,- nX $ij>3i>) of worship at Jerusalem; quite gen., as habit of God-fearing man, 1^ 1 1 9 s8 ( + 3T733). 2. en- treat favour of men (in sense of 1 b) — TV D'aT i'TJ^JB Pr 1 9 6 many entreat a prince's favour (|| W0 th§ yin-bl); -]^S TT ^ 45" of favour of king's bride ; ItfR ^ 'm Jb 1 1 19 favour of Job when absolved and restored. tnSra n.f. only in ^ titles 'D"i>3? ^53* 88 1 ; appar. a catchword in a song, giving name to tune ; mng. dub.; Aq. Symm. 25 TVhfi dance; y Ql TMlmen, p. 27 "Rap Tsalmen, p. xviH III. (1 717 (actora/ cf. Ar. ( Jii adorn, *1L. (neck-)or?i ameni.

1. *7n n.m. ornament, rjTI3-»5»m 3H) DT3 

Pr 25 12 a (nose- or ear-) ring of gold and (neck- or breast-) ornament of fine gold ; pi. E'KpD Ct 7 2 , in sim. of grace and beauty. f II. ^ _, H 11.pr.loc. in Asher Jos I if', site unknown (v. conject. in Di). t[rP?n] n.f. jewelry, nn^m TOp Ho 2" (v. Now T Che). T Pl7n n.pr.loc. a city or district under Assyr. control, whither Isr. captives were taken 2 K I7 6 =i8 n , 1 Ch 5™ cf. Halahhu in Mesoh^rbn

W>n potamia, Schr COT on 2K 17 8 ; >Hal 1 " !, - Bl "« r ' s74 ' TO Cilicia ( = Ph. *[bn, Lag Mi - 2n , As. Ijilakku, Lyon 8 " 801 """) Lag BNS7 . T ?in H n.pr.loc. town in Judah, Jos 1 5 58 Lag O„om.l.9.7. 2 nd,d., E > Elul J,, tr J bu J^ rf Alula juxta Chebron; mod. Halhul, i£ hour (31 miles) N. fr. Hebron, v. Di (and reff.) Bla Rob m '"• m L Guerin ,adfe '"• ■« '■ n^nVn n.f. v . i. *m. t [ft 717] vb. only ttfDq «J^*J 1 K 20 33 , rd. prob. '3BD MOpPI'1 (cf. © ae<f'Xf£n» tov yov dno tov OTci/xaxor avTov and Sta 01445 ') and" i/i«!/ snatched it from him, caught the word fr. his lips; Sta S529a as Qal; Kb 1 - 251 Ges» 53 - 3B4 and most as Hiph.., with — om. "1 7rf(/of foil.; poss. (si vera 1.) cf.Ar.eLIi be black (passing into fig. sense, unfortunate, in Heb.), v. Bae + w.s. c f, Aram. ljWn). tnS^rt rd. nibn, rapn or n|S«r a dj. hapless, unfortunate, only as subst. hapless, luckless one[s) — ^^pnp ^-io 8 , © ds tov owjto, <&%-, n?^5 IO 14 © 6rrm X 6s; DWj|>n lO I0 Kt, rd. pi. D'ssbn (^n, 6n) ; Q r D*K| bn, © T i v >reyi)7-wi/. In all txt. and mng. dub. (MT rds. rDpnz^Tn thine army; and D'NS ?T w a rmy of dejected ones, but this against usage of ?n J and no such fig. sense of PJO, v. 01 Hup De Bae Che, and crit. n.) "(" I. 77(1 vb. bore, pierce (Ar. Ji. per- forate, pierce through, transfix, Eth. 'trt'l"; (hollow) reed; Aram. ??H hollow out, K? yl) ytp«; )1-N.~ adj. hollow, JliL. care, )&^£ sheath, etc.; NH in deriv. i>pn n. hollow, adj. s!m, ?yH jripe);— Qal P/. *?"$!". ^n '3p my Aeart t's pierced (wounded) within me ijr 109 22 (? lit. one has pierced my heart ; or rd. Pu. 7?n ?); Inf. cstr. K'n 'nipn ^77" i< ts my piercing, my wound (my woe, my cross ; so Ew Hi De Bae MV SS K6 ls<1 , but Hu Pe Bi Che rd. »fl$q my sick- ness). Pi. Pt. pi. (Baer) ^O? Tf Ez 28' tn <7;e Tiawa' of the ones wounding thee (Sm Co rd. ^in»). pu. Pt. a^n '^ne ^/-ceo" 6y tfa iword Ez 3 2 M . Po'el Pfi 3 fr. t?nj ftj r#h n*13 J)2 6 13 his hand pierced the fleeing serpent ; Pt. f. P3PI fljjinp Is 5 1 9 who pierced tlie dragon. Po'al fi. U^tPBD Ppho Is53 5 p'erce(i, wounded because of our transgressions (of the servant of x - ^^ r 7,„a.m.pierced, / nabs.Dt2i I +25t.; cstr. ^n Nu 19"; pi. D'y'pn Nu23 24 +28t.; cstr. ?}ri Is 22 2 + 2 1 t. ; sf. T^D + 6 9 a , etc. + lit. s!s. ; — 1. pierced, fatally wounded i^ 6g a Je 5 1 62 Ez 26 15 30' * La 2 12 . Elsewhere 2. slain Nu 19 18 31 s 19 (P), etc.; sg. coll. 2 S 23 818 = 1 Ch ii 1I - Ez6 7 3o I1 ,etc.,butusu.pl. 1 Si7 62 (RV wounded) J e si 49 , etc.; t^H 'ppPI Is2 2 2 Je 14 18 EZ 3 1 171S 3 2 2021-25-28-29«>.S1.32 g p 2 14 L ft + » . ay, ^ La, 4 9 ; HW *$n Is 66 16 Je 2 5 x >. TrT?n n.f. a kind of cake (prob. as per- forated, v. Di Lv 2 4 ) — 'n abs. Nu 15 20 Lv 24 s ; cstr. n!>n Ex 29 ra + 4 1. ; pi. ni^n Lv 2 4 + 2 1.; nin Ex29 2 +3t. — used in offerings : l.atthesacrif. of David on removal of ark, given to each person as part of peace-offering 2 S 6 19 . 2. elsewh.only P (H Lv 24"): a. of the 12 cakes of the table of the holy place, made of riPD Lv 24". b. made of TD~]1 JVB'NT as an offering of first-fruits Nu 1 5 20 . C. of |OB> Dl"6, to be burnt with the nbV Ex 2 9 2S =Lv 8 M . d. of ."WO burnt on the altar with c Lv 8 26 , but^ usu. to be eaten by paiticipants in the several forms of peace- offering Nu 6 19 , and as such mingled with oil Ex 29 2 Lv 2 4 7 1212 Nu 6 15 . e. j»on Dni^ 'n to be used by the offerer in connexion with the un- leavened cakes of d Lv 7 13 . tpVn n.m. jMlll8 and f. E,4 °' 16 window, abs. fibrin Gn 2 6 8 + 12 t.; cstr. ?^n Gn 8 6 Pr 7"; sf. IJi^D Ez 40 22 ; mpl. D'3^n Ez 40 2i + 3 t.; cstr. ^ 1 K 6 4 ; sf. ^0 Je 2 2 "(defective pi. Ges W", dual Ew JI77a , but rd. fUQ V_ Mich Hi GfOrGie); Vl^n Je 9 20 ; f. nui^n Ez 4 o 16 + 4t.; ni3?n Ct2 9 +3t.; window 'n nriB open the window Gn 8 6 (P) 2 K 13 17 ; 'm n^ Je 9 20 ; 'nn 1V3 through the window Gn 26 s Jos 2 16 (J) J115 28 1S19 12 2S6 16 =iChi5 S9 , 2K9 30 J02 9 ; latticed windows 1 K 6 4 Ez 40 16 41 WM ; 'na Jos

18 - 2, (J)Pr7 6 Z P 2 14 ; 'nn-i>K 2K9 32 ; 'nn-jp 

Ct 2 9 ; windows of palace, (1)^n ii> jnij Je 22 14 cutteth him out his windows; of the gates of Ezek.'s temple Ez 40 16 - 22 - 25 - 25MS3 ", of the temple itself Ez 4 1 1616 . tW?n n.m. flute, pipe, 'n 1 S io 3 Is 5"

29 ; pi. atyn ! K i 40 Je 4 8 36M . fc&n 320 

■fn. [V.n] vb. denom. play the pipe, pipe— Qal Pt. pi. D^ha Qnfl ^ Sf as well the singers as the pipe-players, cf. AV ; < IiV Pe Be Che Bae al. Folel Pt. fr. I. 7*1 dancers. Pi. Pi. D'bbna D^TO DV'ffl i K i <0 and the people piped with jripes (cf. As. hdlalu, ace. to Dl in Zim BP117 ). t[n'?rra] n.f. hole, 1SV ni^TO holes of the dust Is 2 19 (|| CIS nni'D caws of the rocks). •fill. [ ' l^] vl>- P° Uute > defile, profane ; Hiph. also begin (lit. untie, loosen, open, v. Arab.) lAr. ji untie, undo, become free, lawful, free from obligation- or tie; iv. make lawful/ x. esteem lawful or free, profane, desecrate, violate; NH 7711 be profane, dese- crated (also Pi. Hiph. transit.), cf. Aram. ??n ; "VStLi Pa. is purify, "%>2*( Aph. is profane) — Niph. Pf StfU Ez 25 s , fl^DJ (VI- Co) Ez 22 16 , ^n? Ez 7 24 ; */mp/. ?W I s 48 11 , bm Lv 2i», »*i i»nJo Ez 2 2 M ; /»/ ?nn Ez 20 914 - 22 , sf. Sbmb Lv2i 4 . — 1. -reflex, jmllute, defile oneself a. ritually, by contact with dead || NOD, Lv 2 I 4 (H ). b. sexually mi Lv 21 9 (H). 2. Pass., 5«  polluted, defiled, of holy places Ez 7 24 25 s , name of God Ez 20 91422 Is 48' 1 and even God himself Ez 22 I6S «. Pi. Pf. tyn Lv i9 8 + 3 1. ; sf. fcfcl Dt 20 6 ; 2 ms. J?i^n Gn 49 4 + 3 t.; 2 fs. tjffl Ez 2 2 s ; 3 pi. sf. htyn Ez 7 s1 etc., + 16 t. Pf.; Impf. i-HP Lvai 1 ***; sf. «^0; Dt 20 6 ; pi. 6j'n;Lv2i 6 +4t.,^)!n^89 32 etc.,'+i3t.Impf.; Inf. b)>n Am 2 7 + #4 1.; bbn Ez 23 s9 4- 4 t; 0^0 Jei6 19 ; Pt. bbryq Ez 24 21 pi. D^no Mali 12 Nei3 17 ; sf. n^TO Ex 3 1 14 ; f.n^no Lv2i 9 ;— 1. defile, pollute: a. sexually, Gn 49 4 (poem)= 1 Ch 5 1 (the lather's bed) ; a woman = it3J Lv 1 9 s9 2i 9 (H); iV-|T Lv2i ls (H). b. ceremonially, jrrofane, the altar by a tool Ex 20 25 (JE) ; sacred places Lv 2i ,2a (H), Ez f ,aa 23 s9 24 21 44 7 Zp 3 4 Mala" ^74 7 Dn 1 1 31 ; the holy laud Je 16 18 ; sacred things Lv 19 8 22'" (H) Nu 18 32 (P) Ez 22 M ; the sabbath Ex 3 i 14 (P), Is 56 2 - 6 Ez 20 13 - .21.54 22 8 23 38 tfg ^IMS. a „ d g0 tfle 6anC tity of the prince of Tyre who made himself God, and his holy places, Ez 28 71618 . c. the name of God Lv i8 21 i 9 ,s 20 3 21 6 22 ! - 82 (all H), Am 2 7 Je 34" Ez 20 39 36 2 "" 12223 Mai 1", God himself Ez 1 3". d. defiles or jtrofanes his inheritance by giving it over to Babylon Is 47 s ; the princes of the sanctuary by giving them to Chaldeans Is 43 ;8 . 2. violate tJte honour of, dishonour, '< subj., crown of Davidio kingdom ^ 89 411 (sq. pN7 pregn.), kingdom of Judah La 2 2 ; the iJX 73 }1NJ Is 23". 3. violate a covenant

  • 55 s1 89* M al 2 10 , the mpn of God + 8 9 32 .

4. treat a vineyard as common (v. ?H) by begin- ning to use its fruit Dt 20 6 •" 28 30 Je 3 1 5 (v. the law Lv 19 s3 " 25 , H). Pu. Pt. 9?nm 7iisn <pp D^lja Ez 36 s3 my great name which is profaned among the nations. Hiph. 1. a. Impf. 7nN N7 Tiy 'BHiJ-QBrnN Ez 39 7 / will not let my holy name be profaned any more. b. i" 1 ^" 1 ! 7[P ^7 he shall not violate his word Nu 30 3 (P). 2. begin, Pf. bm Gne'+ist., nbm J u 20 40 , ni?nri Dt 3 24 Est6 13 , *rbm Dt 2 31 1S22 15 , ^nn Ezr 3 6 + 6 1.; Impf. 7W Juio 18 13 5 , 5*$ Gn 9 20 + 5t., 3 fs. bnm j u 13 25 16 19 , 2 ms3nn Dt 16 9 , ?ntf Dt 2 s5 Jos 3 7 , *bh j u 20 31 + 3 1., na-Vnni Gn 4 i M , >brm Ez 9 6 ; Imv. ?nriDt 2 2431 ; Inf. cstr. fy™ iS3 ,2 +2t.; sf. Dbm Gnu 6 ; Pt. 7no Je25 29 ;-6«^n,Nui7 11 - ,2 (P)Dti6 9 2Ch29 27 - 27 ; so 2S24 15 ©WeDr (© inserts nbm HS-JOm DJQ bef. n»>l); c. Inf. (7) begin to Gn 41" (E),' Gn 6 1 io 8 = 1 Ch i 10 , Gn n 6 Nu 25 1 (all J), Dt 2 2531 3 24 16 9 Jos 3 7 (D), Ju io 18 13 625 i6 19 - 22 20 su».« „ g 3 2 I4 s. 22 i 5 2 K iq32 ^37 , Ch 2?2 i

17 31 71021 34 3 - 3 Ezr 3 6 Ne4 [ Est6 
9* 

Ch3 li! 29 17 3i 710 - 21 34 3 - 3 Je 25 s9 Jon 3 4 ; c. 1 consec. Gn 9 20 (J), Ezr 3 8 ; c. 3 begin with Gn 44 (J), Ez 9', 2 Ch 20 22 ; so 2 S 2 4 5 , rd. »Wjj! for ««!! @L We Dr.; c. JtJ ie^in /row Ez 9' ; EH 7nn fogrm / 2>ossess ! Dt2 2431 ; n?31 bm beginning and ending 1S3 12 (i. e. accomplishing my full purpose, v. Dr). Hoph. Pf. "• DBG Nlpb 7TBTI W <A m it was begun ( = men began) to call on the name of '•> Gn 4 a6 (J). Note.— NiStSJ? DJJD AfW Ho 8 10 begin to be minislied by reason of the burden RV Hi al. ; Wu Now rd. *7TIJ) (I. 7m, 7'n)— for om. of dagh. v. also vHJ] of Cod. Bab. — sAa/Z 6e m anguish a little for tJie burden, so Ra AV ; Ew w] that they may wait (?) a little; ® riB'DO DVD 171111 cease a /t'«Ze /rom anointing, so Che We, this probably best. T^n n.[m.] profaneness, commonness; — bh Dn J 1S21 5 , 7n IJTn v 6 ; in concrete sense, opp. BHJ5 Lv io ,0 (P), Ez 22 26 42 20 44 s3 48 16 . ii. t bbn adj. profaned ;—Vfl ^"?(rd. cstr. ??D SS) profaned, dishonoured wicked one EZ2I 30 (so AV Thes MV SS Co Or; but RV Ha deadly wounded, Ew Sm fallen, slain) ; pi. cstr. B'yen bbn Ez 2 1 84 ; fs. fl^q of woman sexually dishonoured Lv 21 714 (H ; || njj). tn7' 1 7n subst. c. n loc, used as exclam. T * T lit. ad profanum! i.e. far be it (for me, thee, etc.)! (v. Ba 1 "" 38 )— 'n Gn 44 '+ 17 t., rbbn Gn i8 2S + 2t. — alone, 1 S i4 46 20 2 ; elsewh.c. ppers.: Gn iS 25 "^), 1 S2 S0 20 9 22 16 ; +i«? and' inf. of act deprecated Gn I8 2 *' 44 717 (all J), Jos 24 16 (E), 1 S 1 2 M 2 S 23"; + b 13BD (peculiarly) Jos 22 29 (P;= - /ro»n it, even to rebel); + DN (= surely not) 2 S 20 20 ('n 'n), Jb 27 s ; strengthened idiom. bynWD,'»B ?0l sq.fOandinf. 1 S26 11 1 K2i 3 +

s 23 17 (rd. mmo, ©l © X) = 1 Ch 1 1 19 (vibttt)) 

sq. BK 1 S 24 7 ; VEHO !>t6 'n Jb 34 10 . tn?nn n.f. beginning, n?nnn Ne II 17 (rd. nbnnn @ gs SS Ot), nbnna Gn i 3 3 + 10 1.; cstr. nbrin Ho i 2 Pr 9'° Ec 10", n^nro 2 Kif +4t., n£nn° 2 S 21 9 , n^nno 2 S 2 1 10 :— cstr. with nouns 'T?2n ,f1 Pr 9 10 <Ae beginning, first principle of wisdom v ?.3" ! > 01 Ec 10 13 the first word, sq. rel. clause " 1 5' : ! Ol a< <A« beginning of, Yahvoeh spake (=when Yahweh first spake) Ho 1 2 ; preceded by prep, f? 2 S 2 1 10 , elsewhere by 3 in the beginning, of the harvest Eu r 2 2 S 2 1 9 (Qr), of the kingdom Ezr4 6 , of their dwelling there 2 K 1 7*, of supplications Dn 9™, of the shooting up of vegetation Am 7 1 , 'H33 as in the beginning Is i 26 ; '^3 at first, first in order Ju i 1 20 1818 2 S 17 9 ; at the first, first (or former) time, i. e. first in a series of occurrences, Gn 13 3 (J), 4i 2 ' (E), 43' 8a, (J), Dn 8' 9 2 >. fl. [D/tl] vb. be healthy, strong (NH id.; Aram, p^-- Ethp. be made healthy, strong, Aph. causat., also deriv.; D?n press firmly together)— Qal Imp/. D^?.3 *»|>$ Jb 39* their young are healthy. Hiph . Impf. 2 ms. Wpnrn Is 38 16 and restore me to health (|| ^SJfJj). t Q7n n.pr.m. (strength) — a returned exile Zc 6" = *$n v 10 . •J-II. D/Fl vb. dream (NH id.; Aram. pM:.. Dbn ; Eth. dirt«n>: Ar. d£, dream, experience an emission of the seminal fluid, attain to puberty)— Qal Pf. 'n Gn 42" Dn 2 1 , Bftafcn ^n Gn 37'+ 3 1. "^n Gn 37'+ 2 t., etc., 4-3 t. Pf.; Impf. D*>q: Is2 9 8 +5 t., W^C Jb 39 4 ,iobn>_! Gn4o 5 , }«&$ J03 1 , nobra Gn4i"; P«. D&l Dti3 4 , D.bh GU4I 1 Dti3", Bfl$h ^126'; — dream: a. of ordinary dreams of sleep Is 29 s - 8 if? 1 26 1 . b. of dreams with pro- phetic meaning: of Jacob Gn 28 12 , Joseph Gn 37 5 - 6 - 9 - 910 4.2 s , of Pharaoh and his servants Gn 40" 4 1 >•'•»•»•'* (all E, not elsewh. in Hex.); of Midianite Ju 7 13 , Nebuchad. Dn 2 13 , old men in latter days Jo 3 1 . c. of dreams of false pro- P hetsDti3 2 - 4 - 6 Je23 25 ". Kiph.Pt.n^no dream (of false prophets, c. ace. cogn.) Je 29 s (but rd. D'pbn [o by dittogr. fr. QPIK], Hi Gf GieGr). tDiVn n.m. " 37 -' dream;— 'n abs. Gn 37' + ,cstr.Gn20 3 , D?n abs.Gn 20 6 ,cstr. 31 24 ; sf. ♦Dibn Gn 40 916 , "cin Gn 4 1 17ia , fefcn Gn 40 6 4- 5 1.; pi. niDPn Je 23 32 4- 10 t. etc., + 7 t. sf. — dream 1. ordinary dream of sleep Jb 7 14 20 8 ^ 73 20 Ec 5 2 - 8 Is 29 7 . 2. dreams with prophetic meaning, the lowest grade of prophecy (v. Br* 1 " 6 ) : a. dream of Abimelek Gn 20 3 ' 6 , of Jacob 31 1011 , Laban 31 24 , Joseph 3 7 "*"->»-»-» 4 2 9 , Pharaoh and his servants 40 s iiA ' iw 41™""- 15.12.15.H.1722.25.M.3S. f a i ower or der of prophets than Moses Nu 1 2 6 , (all E, not elsewh. in Hex.-), Jb 33 15 , of Midianite Ju 7 131315 , desired by Saul 1 S 28 616 ; of Sol. 1 K 3 515 ; of old men in latter days J03 1 , of Nebuchad. Dn »"*»; Daniel p3n rtWffl P' l ?"<'33 Dn i 17 had understanding in all visions and dreams, b. of false prophets Dt i3 J - 46 Je 23 27 - 18 - 2832 2 7 9 29" Zc io 2 . rfift hri n.f. name of a plant, with thick, slimy juice, purslain, Jb 6 6 RVm, so Thes Bob Ges al.; AV RV Ew Hi SS after J Saad Rabb. in the white of an egg. $12)711 (quadrilit. -/of following; mean- ing unknown). ttt^nVn n.m. flint;— Btobn Dt8 ,6 -r3t.; cstr. E^tsbn Dt 32 13 ;— -flint TtQ "TOT rock of flint = flinty rock, whence water flowed for Isr. in desert Dt 8 15 , and (no iiv) ^114"; worked by miners Jb 28 9 ; hyperb. oil out of*** Ol Dt 32 13 flint of rock = rocky flint (poet.); — in sim. of firmness f^SfCB »3$ Iffr HP8 Is 5° 7 £n

rr&bn ]Sn, p^h v. sub I. and ii. bin. t*l7n Vb. pass on or away, pass through (mostly poet.) (NH id., pass by or away, change; Ph. Tehn equivalent, Eeinach 8 ^ 1888 ' 276 ; Hoffm Q.o.Abh.xxxn. law so. Aram tfcnjnssaway, change; aS ... change, substitute; Nab. epn change (?) Eut"" 63 ; Ar. t_6ls. come after, succeed, replace [cf. 'Caliph' i.e. successor (of Mohammed)] and many deriv. Lane 792 " 799 ; so also nairw MP and his son succeeded him; Eth. 'i&A.; pass by, across, through)— Qal Pf. tfen Ct 2 11 Hb i u etc.; Impf. *&£ Jb 4 15 + 4t.; 3 fs. sf. Visbnn Jb 20 24 ; Vfyrr. + 102 s7 ; Inf. cstr. *&& Is 21'; — 1. a. pass on quickly 1 S io 3 ; elsewh. only poet., move or sweep on, of a flood Is 8 8 , or wind 21 1 Jb^Hbi", of God Jbo" ii 10 . h.pass away (vanish) Jb 9 s6 (of days); Ct 2 11 (of rain || i3y), of the heavens ^ 102 27 , of idols Is 2 18 , (but perhaps gloss JBL 111890 ' 86 ). 2. of grass, come on anew, i. e. sprout again (cf. Hiph. 2) f po 56 , so Thes AV De Hi Che Bae al.; less suitably in context, © 33 Ew pass away, supr. lb. 3. trans, a. pass through, i. e. pierce, sq. ace. Ju 5 26 Jb 20 24 . h. overstep, transgress Is 24 s ( || "lay), (cf. Ar. iv. to break a promise). Pi. Impf. Tjnj} (cause to pass) change, sq. ace. garment Gn4i 14 (E) 2 S 12 20 . Hiph. Pf. n^nn Gn 3 i 7 ; /mp/ t&j: jb 14 7 ; sf. laa^n: Lv2 7 10 ; 3fs. «pJ>q>S Jb 29 20 ; 2 ms. fel Gn 3 1 41 ; sf. DS^nPl; ffi'fti: IS40 31 41 1 ; ^m Is 9 9 ; — 1. change (trans.) garments Gn 35 s (E) V' 102 27 , wages Gn 31 741 (both E); no obj. expr. Lv 2 7 10 (H); substitute i.e. cause to suc- ceed Is 9"; change for better, renew, obj. 0*3 Is 40 31 4 1 1 . 2. shew newness, of tree, putting forth fresh shoots Jb 14 7 , of bow 2g x . fi. t)~?n n.[m.] exchange, only cstr., as prep, in return for (so IPD, »ftS„, common in Aram. e.g. Gn 4 33 $<3 for Heb. nnn)_Drnb_3> f (ornnajl) Nu 18 s1 - 31 (both P). fn. f)7PI n.pr.loc. in Naphtali, site un- known Jos 19 s3 . T F) lT^n n.m. a passing away, vanishing (properly Inf. of epn) — 'n V.3. Pr 3 1 8 i. e. those who are passing away, transitory (cf. Qal 1 h). t [nC^/n J n.f. a change (from idea of re- placing, changing, substituting, cf. Ar., Aram.) — sf. viB'bn jb 14"; pi. abs. rite^n j u 14"+

1.; cstr.id. Ju 14 13 2 K 5 s ; rtbn Gn45 t2 + 2t.; 

risbn Gn45 22 Jui4 1! ; — 1. change of raiment rtate'ri Gn45 22 - 22 , elsewhere DHtt'n Ju 14 1213 2K5 5 ' 2223 ; so without DH33 Ju 14 19 . 2. relays 1 K s 28 ; cf. N3V1 'n Jb 1 o 17 (Di). 3. re- vival after death, under fig. of relief from milit. service Jb 1 4 14 . 4. changing, varying, of course of life tejjj niB^n ftf IB'N ^ 55 20 of the wicked, with whom are no changings, i.e. they do evil incessantly, steadily (|| DTO WJJJ *6l) so Kmp Hu De Sch al.; but the expression is peculiar and obscure; Calv vicissitudes; Hengst discharges; text perhaps corrupt. t [n^nn] n.m. knife, so 33 (cf. Syr. AiL. totondit (in Lex.), [4tSL~, )kiaa!X-,te/«,Talm. niB^n knives, ace. to Levy, Jastr; Thes as passing through (cf. vb. 3 a)) ; but -/and mean- ing not certain, only PL DOT Ezr i 9 , among temple utensils (v. BeRy Ryle). t [nD7ro] n.f. plait (of hair; so called fr. intertwining, passing through each other, of the strands)— PL cstr. tyh niB_S>no J u 16 13 , cf. v 19 . ' I ;" v ^- draw off or out, withdraw (NH id.; Aram. fvD; .S.. despoil, usu. Pa. etc.; Ph. n.pr. ?J)3V?n Baal has rescued, and J'pn alone ; Ar. L ^iL withdraw, retire) — Qal Pf. H05 6 ; nxbm consec. Dt25 9 ; »i>n La 4 3 ; Impf. 2 ms. pnJ?; Pt, 2>ass. cstr. }*6n Dt 25 10 ; — 1. draw, draw off, c. ace. of sandal Dt 25 s Is 20 2 (both sq. ^"J c. ?0), cf. %n Y^D "'? Dt 25 10 ; draw out, present the breast, of animal giving suck La 4 3 . 2. intrans. withdraw (himself) sq. ?» Ho 5 6 . Niph. Pf be de- livered ybn Pr 1 1 8 (sq. fO); Impf tifev Pr 1 1 9 ; psbn; ^6o 7 =io8 7 (Ges 5M - 2B - 2 ). * Pi. Pf. f.^n Lv 14 43 etc.; imp/. J»^TP Jb 36 15 ; nj&nw V' 7 5 (but on text vid. infr. ad fin.); sf. ^n«  f 5o 15 ; itym V' 81 8 , etc. ; Imv. HS^n ^ 6 5 ; ^n t}t 1 1 9 153 1 40 2 ; — 1 . jmK out, tear out Lv 1 4 4043 (P; stones fr. infested house). 2. rescue, deliver, c. obj. pers., but only poet.; — sq. ^33 ^ 6 5 1 16 8 (niB»); cf. 140 2 (sq. IP); abs. c. ace. + i8 20 = 2822 s0 , V 34 8 50 15 81 8 9 i ls ii 9 153 Jb 36 16 ; ^Spnxi if, -j h - S q. ace, but I delivered AV Hup Ri, cf. Ew; and spoiled, despoiled Ges Hi De Bae (but this only in Aram.) ; < and oppressed (rd. nsniw) Krochm Dy Gr Che ; (||jn Mli>03). tfn^bn] n.f. what is stripped off a person, as plunder, in war; — only sf. ifiXpn

S 2 21 ; nnirbn j u 14 19 . rraVrro 323 

t[TO7rTO] n.f. robe of state (taken of in ordinary life); — only pi. abs. rriSpnp Is 3" robes of ladies of Jerusalem ; Zc 3* of high priest. j" II. |_J l} ▼!>• equip for war (primary idea of strength, vigour, v. Hiph., n. O'Xpn, and As. halsu, fortification (Schr C0T G,OM Asrb * nn * 18 "• M ), cf. liilsu, belt, Zehnpfund BASI - 4M ; Aram. jAo accinctus ad opus, strenuus, Jlo-.S... for- titude, strenuitas, Gk. dv&peta, > Thes Rob Ges SS who regard as =1. J»?n in sense strip for battle, expeditus) — Qal only Ft. pass. p?n Nu32 21 +7 t., cstr. pbn Nu32»; pi. D'S^n Nu32 30 +2t. ) cstr. ^q'l Chi2 M +3t.; ^ri Is 15 4 ; — equipped: 1. as adj. Nu 32 3032 Dt 3 18 . 2. as subst. sg. coll. Nu 32 21 (JE; v. Niph. v 20 ) 2 Ch 20 21 28 14 , c. art. 'nn Jos 6 7iU3 (JE); Y^D N3S Nu 32 27 mere equipped for war (JE), so non^n 'n 32 s9 (P) ; sox!) 'nn x ch 1 2 24 (v 23 van d. H); pi. K3X tffcq Nu 31 6 (P) 1 Ch 12 25 (v 24 vand.H)zChi7 18 ; 'Ifn'n Jos4 13 (P); note 'Jfijn 3K1D Is 1 5 4 warriors (equipped ones, Che men- at-arms) of Moab. Niph. Impf. 2 mpl. Wpn Nu 32 20 , 1 pi. ybm Nu 32 17 ; Imv. ttpnn Nu 31 3 be, or go equipped, sq. '3?? Nu 32 1720 (both JE v.Qal Pt.v 21 ); sq. K3»!? 3 i 3 (P; Niph. Imv.here surprising with D3P1ND, v. Di). Hiph. Impf. r*???- WFft Is 58" he ('<) will brace up, in- vigorate, thy bones (M V De Di ; Hup Che crit. n. Du al. rd. 1 yDI renew, rejuvenate). T [y 7 n] n.[f.] only dual, loins (as seat of strength, vigour; cf. Aram. N2f"]n hip, loin, Syr. hr. JX No 2 " 018 ®' 741 )— B$fj IS32 11 ; sf.T*?D Gn 35" + 4t.; v$n Is 5 27 +2t.; +ix^n Kt Jb 3 i M , Qr I'Jfpn ; — /oi'ws: 1. as seat of virility 'n JD NV Gn 35"(P)> 1 K 8" 2 Ch 6 8 . 2. as girded ~Wi 'n 1353 s: jb 3 8 3 4 o 7 ; vsbn -rttK is 5=7 ( v . niwj; tqfrn. b$ ITjlSgj 32", cf. Jb 31 20 where the clothed loins are conceived as blessing charit- able giver; metaph. Is n 5 faithfulness waist- cloth of his loins ( || V3nD). 3. as seat of pains, like a woman's in travail, Je 30 6 . tybn n.pr.m. {vigour). 1. one of David's heroes 2 S 23 s6 , © StXXqs, A EXXijt, ©L XoXXijr; = 1 Ch n 27 © XfXXi,*, ©L EXX, t ; also 1 Ch 27'° © Xfo-X^s, A ©L XfXX.;* (in both, Baer Y^n, van d. H. Y^r). 2. man of Judah 1 Ch a m =±ftf} v 39 © XfXXijf, ©L AXXnx. y : PI n.pr.m. v. fjn supr.

1 p?H vb. divide, share (NHitf.; Aram. 

P?D field, Nijpin portion, ,aS.. divide, determine, decree; Ar. ,jl£. measure, measure off; Aa. eklu, possession,field,3'nqpr** !ia ' lx ; Eth."}»ft4ji. 2, is enumerate, t^ty". •fcAfc enumeration,number —Qal i>/ 'n Dt 4" + 5 t; f£fj Jos 1 8 2 ; /my/ P^n: Jb2 7 17 Pr 17 s ; 2 ms. sf. Dppnni Nep 22 ; 3 pl.ipi)n»lJosi4'; 1p!?n: 1S30 24 ; Olpprn x Ch 2 4 4 ' 5 ; 'P?™? 2 S 19 s0 ; 7»w>. ipbn Jos 2 2 8 ; Inf. P^rfy Ne 13"; P<. P.^n Pr 29^— 1. £A, ap- portion, sq.acc.(of gods) and ? pers. Dt 4" 29/*; ace. not expressed Ne 1 3 13 (ref. to offerings and tithes) ; c. ace. (of land) Jos 1 4* (P), 1 8 2 ( JE), 2 S 19 30 : obj. people Ne9 K ; DJ> 'n divide with others Jos 2 2 s (D ?). 2. assign, distribute : Levites over (by) temple 2 Ch 23 18 , cf. 1 Ch 24 4S . 3. assign, impart, sq. n}'? & p Jb 39 17 . 4. share (in), sq. ace. silver Jb 27 1 '; inheritance Pr 17 2 ; spoil 1 S 30 24 (obj. om.); sq. DJ) have shares with 333 DJ/ 'n Pr 29". 5. divide up=plunder the temple, sq. ace. 2 Ch 28 21 (v. Be). Niph. Impf. P&E Nu 26 M 1 K 16 21 ; pbn Jb 38 s4 ; pbn»i Gn I4 1S ; 3 fs. pbnri Nu26 53 2 6 56 ; Dpprm (Baer) 1 Ch 23 6 24 s cf. Be & infr. sub Pi.; — l.reflex., divide oneself Gn 14 15 (i.e. one's men). 2. pass, be divided: a. apportioned, the land Nu 26 83SS (by lot) v 56 (id.); all P. b. of people, divided into two factions 1K1 6 21 . c. of light, parted, spread abroad Jb 38 24 . 3. trans, assign, distribute 1 Ch 23" 24 s , but trans. Niph. is un- likely, v. infr. Pi. Pf. 3 pi. tybn Jo 4 2 ; Dripjirn consec. EZ47 21 ; sf. E>P T pn La4 16 ; 3 fs. sf. nnplpn Is 34 17 ; 2 ms. sf. £JnPi>m Ez5';— Impf. P.?[P Gn 49 s7 + 4 t., etc. ; prob. rd. Dpprv 1 CI123 6 24 s (v. supr. MIpli.),etc.; Imv. P.?D Jos 13 7 ; Inf. pSn Jos 19 51 Pn6"; sf. D^DIs9 J ;— 1. divide, apportion: food, at festival 2 S 6 19 , sq. ace. & ?= 1 Ch 1 6 3 , garments j/2 2™, sorrows Jb 2 1 17 (no p) ; give a portion to, sq. p (no ace. expr.) Is 53 12 ; a land Jo 4 2 (no ind. obj.) Jos 19" (P), also Mi 2 4 , ^ 6o 8 = 108 8 , Dn 1 i s »; sq. ace. & ? Jos 13 7 18 10 1 K i8 6 Is 34 17 Ez 47 21 ; divide hair (symbol.) Ez 5 ' ; divide spoil (bbti) Is 9 2 Pr 16" Gn 49 s7 (poem), Ex 15* (song); Ju 5* + 68" Is 53 12 . 2. assign, distribute: Levites to their service, prob. I Ch 23" 24 s (v. supr.) 3. scatter, sq. ace. Gn 49 7 (poem) ( || fen), La 4". Pn. Pf. p!>n Is 33*; y 2 pV P?iT1 consec. Zc 14 1 ; Impf. 3fs. p?nn Am 7 17 ; be divided, of land Am 7 17 ; spoil Is 33 23 Zc 14 1 . Hithp. Pf. 'pj>nnni consec. Jos 1 8' divide (land) among themselves. Hiph. Inf. P?n? Je 37 12 ; to receive a portion (denom. fir. P?D), but dub. t *• P'O a.m. Jo * I8, 5 portion, tract, territory — 'n abs. Gn3i" + ; cstr. Gn i4 M + ; sf. ^n f i6 s + 6 1.; ipbn Nu 18 20 Ec g'; 1$Q ^ 50 18 '; 1BH? Is 5V 6 ' ^v Hb i 16 + 5 t.; D$n Gn 14 24 + 3 t.; pi. D^n Jos i8 6 +5 t.; sf. Dn^n Ho 5 7 ; — 1. portion, share: a. of booty Gn 14 2424 Nu 3 1 '• (P) 1 S 30 2424 . b. of food Lv 6 10 (P) ; ibtO TO 'n Dt i8 8 ;=foodHbi 16 (||^NP); so (of unrestricted charity) Eci i 2 v. Now. c. sq. ?, share or interest in Ec 9 s , with idea of obligation to Gn 31 14 (E ; in father's house), 2 S 20'= 1 K I2 16 =2 Ch io 16 (in royal line; all || njlljj); of right (privilege) in mm 'n Jos 2 2 2S ' 27 (P); Ne 2 w (in Jerus. ; + pQ]^ '"'i?']?)- d. proper share or part ^ppn nj]fg Jb 32 17 i.e. I will do my part in replying. Esp. 2. portion,tract, of land: a. as distrib. at conquest Jos 19 9 , seven portions i8'- M (all JE) v 7 (JE; + nta in || cl.), 15" 19 9 (both P); none for tribe of Levi Dt 10' 12 12 14 2729 18 1 Jos 18 7 (all D; || rbm), Jos i4 4 (P), none for priests Nu 1 8 20 (P; ||vb.^n3). b.ofland possessed by people Ho 5 7 Mi 2*. c. portion to be assigned after exile Is6i 7 EZ45 7 48 8 ' 21 , ippn enpn npiS-by Zc 2 16 . d. specif, of town-land, district about a town, Htffl! fl 2 K 9 1036 + 1 K 2 1 25 (MT ^n), fi TO niw >. e . p^nn Am 7* (opp. Dfriri) appar. of land of Isr. 3. hence portion, i.e. (acquired) 2'ossession : a. of people as s possession Dt32 9 (|| in?ru ?3n); but esp. b. of '< as possession of his servants : of priests, as enjoying perquisites of altar Nu 1 8 20 (P ; || nprw), in spiritual sense ifr 73^ 119 6 ' La

2 '; *P^J ro? * V' 16 6 ; D*KRJ H?? ' n 142 6 ; 

hence 3py 'n of Je io"=5i 19 (irbm t33B* in || cl.) 4. chosen portion, habitual mode of life 'n D'BXJD'DJ) ^ 50 18 with adulterers is thy chosen life (companionship, shewing character) ; W?y -'D?~ , P?0? Is erf" among smooth (things i.e. stones) of a brook-bed is thy chosen life (of idolatrous habit ; v. P^l); B«rn DP T bn fif 5. portion, award, from God iwN 'n Jb 31 2 (|| n^ru); specif, of punishment of wicked Is 17" (|| his), Vd? Jb 27", d^no 2o 29 (||n!>ru); = profit, reward , bpjr^?» ^ Ec 2 10 , cf. v 21 f 1

np L,nn 
1718 9». — P^n|> Jb 1 f is dub.: a share of feast, 

or of booty, Kmp Hi ; a prey, spoil, Ew Di Da; AV flattery does not suit context. fu. pyfl n.pr.m. (portion) a Gileadite Nu 26 s0 Jos 17 2 . © XA»y, («), KfXcf, etc.; ®L J0SI7 2 E(K. T^pyH adj.gent. of foreg.; only c. art. as subst. coll. after nnSBto Nu 26 s0 . ■(• 1. np^n n.f. portion of ground; — abs. 'n Am 4 "+8t.; cstr. npbn Gn 3 3 ,9 +i2t.; sf. T^f? Je 1 2 10 ; Ori)br Jb 2 4 18 ; portion of ground, 1. esp. a. rn£>n 'n = the clearly divided field Gn 33 19 Jos 2 4 32 (both E), 2 S 23 11 Ru 2 3 4 s 2 K g® 1 Ch 11 13 . Also b. without mfevt Am 4" 2 S I4 30 - 30 - 3 ' 23 12 2 K 3 1925 9 21 - 26 - 26 1 Ch ii m Jb 24 18 ; of Vs land Jei2 1010 (|pp-13); cf. also n.pr.loc. CISD np^TI 2 S 2 16 field of sword-edges (Dr), © Ew a, "- 1M - E, " ! - , '- m We rd. DHifn Tl^Z of plotters or liers-in-wait (v. Dr). 2. jw- «<<m of ground assigned to one, ppno 'n Dt33 21 commander s portion. t [nr^bn] n.f. part, portion, 2N-n ,, 3 ngbn Hlj>^ 2Ch 3 5 s . TWn n.pr.m. priest, time of Joiakim son of Jeshua, Nei2 16 (perh. abbrev. for lrVpPPI, (q.V.), ®L X«X«ar (B om.) Trip^n n.pr.loc. (portion, possession) city in Asher Jos2i 31 ,®XfXrar, A8<Xj«j0, @LXaX«i0, = n^n I9 25 © EXf«<9, A XfXxafl, ©L EXra5. TQ^STT Pp^n n.pr.loc. a place near pool of Gibeon where Ishbosheth's men were killed byDvd.'s men under J oab 2S2 16 , © Mc'pis ran fVi/3ouX(OK ; on mng. of name v. I. '"lijpn supr. TirPp7n, iT'p/n n.pr.m. (my portion is '<) © usu. XtK(()tas, XtX^Ms ; — 1. father of Eliakim, Hezekiah's officer, Vtfbn 2 K 18 1826 Is 2 2 20 36 3M ; ,Tpbn 2 K 1 8 37 . 2. high priest, Josiah's time, 1iTpi>n 2K 22 4 - 8 " 23 424 2 Ch 34 9 - .15.15.18.20.22. n ,pl, n 2 R 2 2 81012 lCh5 3!,39 9 U

Ch 35 s Ezr 7 1 , cf. also Ne 1 1". 3. l,Tpi>n 

father of Jerem. Je i 1 . — The foil, are all rfpbn : 4. Levites: a. 1 Ch 6 30 . b. 1 Ch 26 11 . S. a priest, contemp. of Ezra Ne 4 8 1 2 721 . 6. father of .Gemariah, an ambassador of Zedekiah to Nebuchadrezzar Je 29 s . np^HO n.f. division, course (almost p*?n

on wholly Chr.)— 'o abs. i Ch27 1J ; cstr. i Ch 27*; sf. tap^TO iCh27 s +i4t. iCh27;abs.nipijnp 1 Ch 2 3 6 + 6 1. Ch+ 1 S 23 s (v. info); cstr! id. 1 Ch 26 12 +5 t. Ch + Ne n 36 ; sf. Da<nip!>nD 2CI135 4 ; Dirnippne 2Ch 3 i"" ; Dnipj>nn

Ch 24' + 3 t. in Ch; Onppno J 08 n 23 12 7 18 10 

Ez 4s 29 ; — 1. division, part, of land assigned to the several tribes of Isr. Jos 1 1 23 1 2 1 (both D) 18 10 (JE; others, divisions of Isr., but v.) Ez 4s 29 . 2. techn. term of organization of priests and Levites (late), 1 Ch 23 s 24 1 26 11219 2Ch8 1414 31 22 35 410 Nen 36 +26t. in Ch.— nippnen JDD n.pr. 1 S 23 s8 was popularly con- nected with this V,=-rock of divisions, where Saul and David parted from neighbourhood of each other (Dr) so Vrss Th al. ; Bo Klo, where their forces lay divided from each other; orig. connex.wasperh. with II. p^n, smooth, slippery ; Ges DeWKe al. expl. here as rock of escapes, but this meaning for p?n dubious. II- p/PT vb. be smooth, slippery (NH adj. P?H smooth, empty, At. Jl£ make smooth, lie, forge, fabricate)— Qal Pf 'n Ho 10 2 ; 3 mpl. WP ^55™') — smooth,slippery, only fig.: Ho io 2 of heart of faithless Isr. (so Ew Ke Wtt Now KVm), We false; >Vrss (not @) Hi St who rd. P?n, divided is their heart ; ® iiiipurav ; of words, smooth V--55 22 i.e. deceptive (|P , l?n Ian ?»#»?). Hiph. Pf. p'bm ^ 3 6 3 , np^nn Pr 2 16 f; Impf. )^brv_ f 5 >° ; p t . p>bno Pr 28^ + at.; make smooth: 1. lit. of idol-maker IS41' c. ace. instr. K»B3 hammer. 2. fig. tlie tongue, i.e. flatter with it ^^ 10 Pr 2S 23 , words Pr 2 16 7* n ?b?$ FOX; abs. deal smoothly, sq. ~b$ f 3 6 3 , >? Pr 29 s . j < fill, p c n n.[m.] smoothness, seductive- ness of speech, only sg. cstr. n'TlSE' p;>na yn^n p r 7 21 with the seductiveness of her lips she impelleth him (|[ nnpp ana Vian)._i. an d n . pbn v. sub I. pbn. tpbn adj. smooth—!, lit. pbn e"N Gn27 u (J), smooth man (opp. T^f ^N); pbnr "Tin J os ii 17 12 7 the bald mt. (both D); southern limit of Jos. 's conquest, identif. dub.; (1) white cliffs 8 m. S. of Dead Sea, and (2) Mt. Madara SW. fr. Pass es-Safa are proposed, v. Di.; as subst. •DT'BfO Is 57 6 (v. 1. pbn, 4) smooth (stones) of a brook -bed (ravine, wady), i.e. thou wor- shippest common round stones (contempt., v. Che Di). 2. fig. of mouth uttering smooth words n?n fBBto pbrn p r 5 » c f. 26 a . 3. as subst. =flattery pbn DppD Ez 12 24 divination of flattery. fii. [npTTl] n.f. smooth part, smooth- ness, flattery; — cstr. Tpbn Gn 27" Pr 6 s4 ; pi. Vnpbn ^ i2 3 + 3 t.;— 1. smoothness, smooth part n*"* *m Gn 2 7>«. 2. pi. slippery places V' 73 18 n g- of situation of wicked. 3. smooth- ness = flattery Tl Tti? ^ 12 3 , cf. v 4 ; Jte6 ripbn Pr 6 24 ; = subst. pi. smooth things, i.e. agreeable, flattering things Is 30 10 . — 1. npbn v . sub I. pbn.

  • [p?C] ad J- smooth, only pi. cstr. pbn

D , ??K 1 S 1 ^smooth ones of (among) stones= smooth (or smoothest 1) stones Ges H132Ea • 1!B • , Dr 8m . T [np^n] n.f. smoothness, flattery, only pi. abs.: fine promises, rrijp^na HW Dn n 32 (perhaps directly from pbn, exceptional pi., cf.

  • jpj ( njop, o^Dp, rriaop).

Tnip7p : 7n n.pl.f.abstr. smoothness, slipperiness, flattery, fine promises ; 1. slip- per iness rpbpbn y?n oa-mrp ty^ef; Dam rwr nipk&n? anb j e 23 12 . 2. fine promises pnnm nwpppanuteDnn 21 ; c f. n 34 . fn. rhpSnO n.f.pl. smoothness, 'en $£d 1 S 23 s8 rock of smoothness, i.e. slippery rock, perhaps original meaning of this n.pr.,v. further . nip^no sub I. p^n. t[t£'7n] vb. 1. be weak, prostrate. 2. (si vera 1.) weaken, disable, prostrate (Aram. B$D be weak; *iiL, B$n weoA, as in Heb.; Ar. o-i* 1 jooor (Frey))— Qal /wip/. e6rjn Ex 1 7 13 , fejb^ 10 ; p-i.^nisu 12 ; i.'mrob»Taji J b 1 4 10 5«i maw cft'e^A and is prostrate. 2 . a7«- able, prostrate, sq. ace. pers. Ex I7 13 (E; point as Hiph.f); sq. by pers. (strangely) Is 14 12 . TttTPTI adj. weak, only c. art. as subst., <3X Tiaj "CK' J^Wl J 4 » the weak, let him say, I am a mighty man. Tnip7n n.f. weakness, prostration, 4, K 'n nlJJ? Hp Ex 32 18 ft is not the sound of the answering of weakness (JE; opp. ni133). fi. Dn n.pr.pers. m. and loc. (cf. Sab. Dn Hal 243 )—® Xafi-.—l. Ham, 2nd son of Noah Gn 5 32 6'° 7 13 9' 8 ' 18 1 Chi 4 ; called father of on

"rarra Canaan Gn o a and of various peoples IO*** i Ch i 8 , cf. Of ttypH DPl-jJ? 4 4 °; these peoples were inhabitants of southern lands, or related historically or politically to such inhabitants ; v. r*», ?y?3, OW?, BIS, etc. 2. in late /^ a name (coll.) for Egyptians: — ' n vHf?

  • 78 sl ; 'n-p.? 105 2327 106 s3 (all || D^15f», exc.

1 05 2 '). — On historical significance, andattempts at etymol. v. Di G " n - 8d - 6 ' ch " ,10 '* ,p " pl65 ' 168f -, Horn sv i. *n Bu or,, ass -Wiedemann Aavt G "' b - '• ■. . DPI husband's father, v. ncn. in. □!! adj. warm, hot, v. sub DDn. □ft v. sub DOn. J^^n (v of foil.; cf. Ar. Lii be liard, used of curdled milk, Frey). tn^nn n.f. curd;— 'n Gn i8 8 +6t.; = HOn Jb 29 s ; cstr. J"lSt?n Dt 32 14 ; curd, curdled milk, mod. lebben 1 *** &Q yv Pr 30 33 , elsewhere joined with 37>ri Gn i8 8 (J) Dt 32 14 (poem ; ?KS 3.bni n|53 71KBn), J u 5 s5 (where served D*H8 i^D3, v. bad); with B^j 2 S 1 7 s9 Is 7»-»». cf /)V| "tym ^n: fig. of abundance Jb 20 17 ; npna »3'bn prn : 3 Jb 29 s (|| pw; "W

fD^bB).

tsnn v. non sub on T " t "TOn vb. desire, take pleasure in (Aram. ipn (not in Syr.); Ar. S*JL praise, eulogize, approve of; Sab. DIEn m gratitude [praise] <fter«-/or DHM ZMG «* ■ ' 1876 ' « 86 ) - Qal i'/. 'n ^68 17 Pri2 12 ; Vltpn Pn 22 ; Vtom consec. Mi2 2 ; DPI-IOPI Is i 29 ; /mp/. "*!JC Ex 34 s4 ; 2 ms. Ibrw Ex20 1616 +3t. (inch Pre 24 juss.); sf. D}?™} Jos 7 21 ; *VTOIW Is 53 2 ; P«. pa«*. hWq ^ 39 12 Jb 20 20 , DrtHIDn Is 44 9 ; — desire: a. in bad sense of inordinate, ungoverned, selfish desire, sq. ace. Ex 20 17 " (E)=Dt 5 18 (v 18b has nJUTW), Ex 34 s * ( JE) Dt 7 s5 Jos 7 21 (JE) Mi 2 2 Pr 1 2 12 ; of lustful desire Pr 6 25 . T>. = take pleasure in, of idolatrous tendency Is i 29 , so pt. pi. Drrnwn Is 44' their delightful things (things in which they delight, v. also v 11 and Bev ,Pb '""- 1888 - 1, - ,ai ); E«6 Vltpn fw? Pr i 22 how long do scorners delight in scorning, c. less often in good sense, said of God to3E>b '« non inn, poe t. ^68' 7 ; obj. the suffering servant of', Is 53 s no beauty in him, that we should desire him (choose him, be drawn toward him) ; pt. pass. coll. VTOJJ ^ 39 12 his desired tilings, i. e. chosen, choice, desirable (v. Niph.); so prob. Jb 20°°. Miph. Pt.ttin Gn2 9 +2 t.; DHDnsn ^19";— desirable: 'iyy n*P»!> Gn 2 9 , W^nb o 3 6 , ann? 'nan ^ i u which are more desirable than gold; *W? n ?. "^SIS Pr 2 1 20 desirable, i.e. costly treasure. ' Pi. Pf 1 s. delight greatly »R3g^ 'n ib*3 Ct 2 3 tw /«'« shadow I greatly delighted and sate, i. e. sate with great delight. T "iftft n.[m.] desire, delight — abs. 'n Am 5 u + 4t.; only after a cstr.; DriyBJ TTW3 Am 5" vineyards of desire (i.e. delightful vineyards) have ye planted; so rd. also Is 27 s (for MT npn ffj|) Codd. £ ® van d. H Lo Hi Ew De Di Che Du; so of fields fl *# Is 32 12 ; elsewh. of young men 'n ,_ fln3 Ez 23 61223 desirable young men=fine, attractive, young men. trVTCn n.f. id.— 'n Ho i3 16 +8t,; cstr. rvron l&'<f>+zt.; sf. wen j e 12 10 ; ^nnon Ez 26 12 ; Ornon Dn 11 8 ;— desire of Israel I 8 9 20 sq. ? before obj. of desire ; Tl N?3 = without desire 2 Ch 2 1 20 (i.e. he lived as no one desired), v. 6t @ (not ®L) 33; concrete : btn'B* 'rrbs 1 S 9 20 and for whom is all that is desirable in 1st A so ® 93 RV Dr ; (> AV and on whom is all the desire of IsrA); cf. BFWrfa 'n 1N31 Hg 2 7 (i. e. the desirable, precious things of all nations); elsewh. after cstr. as T?n ; esp. 'n v3 Ho 13" Na 2 10 Je 25 s4 2 Ch' 32 s7 36 10 Dn ii» ; 'n ni>3^ is 2 16 , 'fl h? ^ i°6 24 Je 3 19 Zc 7 14 , cf. 'n np)n j e 12 10 ; 'n to Ez 26 12 ; di* 'n Dn 11 37 , appar. ref. to some obj. of idolatrous worship, perhaps Adonis = Tammuz Ew Bev (Astarte, Meinh). T[i"TTl!2n] n.f. desirableness, precious- ness— PI. abs. TfTWn Dn 9 23 ; nh»n Ezr 8 37 ; niipn 2 Ch2o 25 +4t.'; n'nen Gn 27"; cstr. niicn Dn n 43 ; — desirable, choice things i.e. garments Gn 27 15 (||DHn); cf. Dnn 38 (||pK nip , ) ) 11 43 (DHVP ninpn); = precious things Ezr 8 s7 (as gold); 'n ♦» 2 Ch 2 o 2S ; T m^ Dn io 3 ; of man only 'nT5*N Dn io 1119 , and, without K**, nriN 'n Dn9 ra <Aom ar< a precious treasure (on construction v. Dr* 189,2 ; v. Bev and cf. neg. n»n Is 53"). t'i'TOn n.pr.m. an Edomite Gn 36 s6 ® A/ia5a= HOD i Ch I 41 (® E^pav, ®L A^a8a/i). T7J3rTO n.m. desire, desirable thing — abs. "Itjnp Ho 9 6 ; cstr. id. 1 K 20 6 + 3 t. Ez ; pi. D'lOnp Ct5 16 ; cstr. , 'TCinp La 2 4 Ho 9 16 ; terra

Stolen sf. npnp Jo 4"; «nOTO Is 6 4 10 ; .TTOTO 2 Ch 36 19 La i 10 ; Dnnpnp La 1" Qr (v. altoSbnp); — desirable, precious things 'o _ ^3 2^36"; sg. coll. Ho 9 6 ; pi. Jo 4 5 Is 64 10 La I »•»«» D3L33 'O Ho 9 16 ; v. esp. pi. intens. d^pnp ib Ct 5" all of him is delight fulnesses (|| Q^lpnpp) ; elsewh. D'W ipnp desire of the eyes, i.e. that in which the eyes take delight 1 K 20 6 Ez 24 ,6 (of proph.'s wife), v 21 - 26 ; pi. La 2 4 . TLlOrraJ n.[m.] desirable, precious thing ;— n'TCnp La I 7 , DnHionp La i" Kt (Qr Dn^pnp'). ' Perh. "ipnp'to be read in both; cf. Sta !273 !• 17017 (v/of foil.; cf. Ar. JiL protect, guard, RS K13 Ne 12 38 ); nph Ex I4 W + 8 t.; cstr. npin J s 6* + 28t.; sf. nnp'in Na 2 6 3 8 ; pi. abs. DiDln 2 Ch S'18 26 1 ; ntohct5 7 ; cstr.nioin f 51 s0 ; nbin

K 25 l0 +9t.; sf. 'nbin Is 5 6 6 ; T nton D* z8 52 

Is25 12 ; ^niDinEz26 1012 27""; irnbinis 49 i«  + 2t.; ?pnbn is6o 10 ; ^pniDh Ez26'; rmtoin Jeso 15 ; rvnbin ^ 55 » j e i 16 ; du. DTibin i s 22"; D?nbh2K25 4 =Je52 7 ; DVlbh J e 39 4 (on form v. 01 * 113 *) ; — 1. usu. term for wall of city Dt 28 52 Jos 2 15 6 5 - 20 (all JE), 1 S 31 1012 2 S jj2o.ji.2i 2 K l8 *-w = I s 3 6»- 12 , Am I 710 " Is 2" O 10.11 25 12 Na 2 6 ^ Ez 26 9 + ) Je jl S+j J 02 7.9. DTlbnn pa (of Jerus.) i.e. between the two walls of the Ophel and the SW. hill respectively, of a reservoir Is 22 11 , a gate 2 K 25 4 = Je 34 4 = 52 7 ; symbol of Isr., Am 7 7 ; 2Ch8 5 14 6 25 s3

66 -« f 51 20 Ne i»+ 31 1. in Ne; *|JK npin Am 

7 (lit. wall of a plummet) is of doubtful mng. : a wall built plumb,or by means ofaplumb-linel We thinks unintelligible; npin "*)} = walled city, Lv 2 5 M , 'n tf!> -ieta tv v » (t6=fy, opP . 'n Oni> p« IB* Qnxnn V s1 (ail H); more elabor- ately nnai bvj^ rmbj 'n nnxa Dnv Dt 3 s , cf. 2 Ch 8 6 ; hfn: nna* npin ni£ia 'y i k 4 13 ; 'n mW3 Is 2 1 ' 5 ; 'n S g'. of wall of Jerus. 1 K 3' + oft.; contempt. Dn-ariK npin Ne 3*; less oft. pi. Ne 2 I3 + ; of specific portions of wall ?SSn 'n 2 Ch 27 s Ne 3 s7 ; n^n nana 'n Ne 3 ,s ; 'nn n ? n ")i7 3 8 I238 ; also (generally) of Babylon Je 5 1 68 .— Men build, fun, the 'n 1 K9 1S +, esp. (of rebuilding), Ne 2 ,7 + ; fortify it 1S3 Is 22 10 ; it is joined together ~V> Ne 3 s8 ; is repaired l£ nam KT^J Ne 4 1 j it falls btt Jos 6 5 - 20 1 K 20 30 Ez 38 20 ; the enemy makes it fall ^Sn 2 S 20' 5 (preceded by TTWti s i vera 1., v. Dr); destroys it IVn^n La 2 8 ; nne> Ez26 4 ; makes a breach in it 'a fOB 2 K I4 13 =2 Ch 25 23 , cf. pa c. ace. 2 Ch 26 s Ne 3* and TWITO ntj J3M nXVlBn 2 Ch32 s ; also (in sim.) Tl pW nsiie TV Pr25 28 ; and Pu. pt. nsjfap Ne i 3 ; one6rai/fot< down JT1J 2 K 25'° 2 Ch 36 19 Je 39 s 52 14 ; tears it down D"in Ez 26 12 , cf. pass. Je 5o 15 ; Amos predicts that '< will send fire into wall (of Gaza, etc.) : 'na m ^p) Am I 710 ; or kindle fire in 'na m WfTI) v 14 * so JC49 27 . 2. imffl of a building : a. citadel, fortress iTnUD">N 'n La 2 7 . b. surrounding new temple Ez 40 5 42 20 . 3. fig. of waters of Red Sea Ex 14 2229 (P), cf. Na 3 8 ; of David's men as protectors of Nabal's shepherds 1 S 25 16 ; of prophet as object of as- sault rfm npin j e i 18 ; rryixa nt?m 'n Je is 20 ; of strong, virtuous woman Ct 8 9 - 10 ; of salvation, HW»* as defence Is 26 1 (|| bn) ; f '* himself Tl t^X Zc 2"; a dangerous polit. scheme is called breach in n33BO 'n Is3o' 3 ; mwi 'n in s i m . f wealth Pri8' 1 (||itt>n--)P - ); a reckless man is 'n ps rtfrm •vj p r 25 s8 . T^DTP n.pr.m. (perh. = n^pn^ may '» pro- tect ! cf. Sab. bitorc Hal 187 ) — a man of Issachar I Ch 7 2 , ® EitKav, A If/xov, ©L la/itv. t Vr^inn Qr, VtO^Qn Kt, n.pr.f. (meaning dub. ; perh., if Kt right, my husband's father is the dew, cf. i'P'aS) — © A/mnu, Mitch- ; A AfuraX, Antrad ; ©L AjuraX; — mother of the kings Je- hoahaz and Zedekiah, sons of Josiah 2 K 23 31 24 ,s Qr (Kt 5>D'en)= Je 52 1 Qr (Kt id.) riNDn- T t V » rron iTCn wrath, v. sub Dm ; '"IOPI Jb 29 s , v. ™?n, IfR ftoD, nan v . sub o»n. tWOPI n.pr.m. v. sub Don. TTTO)1 v. sub nDn supr. ODn (/of foil.; cf. As. hamdtu, hasten, Pra 2 " 01874 - 88 *, hamfu, swift, Zim BP84n -; Aram, tjpn, B^on is sink or fall to the ground, kneel). TtODn n.[m.] a kind of lizard, only in list of unclean creeping animals Lv 1 I 30 ""T^™ .•noeonni conni nKB?™ n'ani (Aram. ^ -^ -*-- is chameleon). tntODn n.pr.loc. city in Judah Jos 15 54 , © Ei/xa, ®L An/iara ; site unknown. wP , t3n v. i>t31Dn supr. t7pn vb. spare (Ar. J.->, is 6ear, be- come responsible; Aram. "^ v<» comportavit, congessit) ;—Qal Pf. 'n 1 S 1 5 15 + 3 1. ; S>on 2 S 12 6 La2 17 ; l?|>cn La2 21 3 43 ; $fe Mai 3 17 ; Impf. tern Jbi6 13 + 6t.; ^»rr Jb6 ,0 +3t.; temj 1 s 1 5' +3 1.; 3 fs. ^tonnS Ex 2 6 ; 2 ms. tenn Dti3 9 1 S15 3 ; Uteris Ez8 ,8 9 10 ; btem Jei3 ,4 + 4t.; ^>bnKlEz36 21 ; femisg 19 ; .^Dliri Je 50" 51 3 ; ^bnn EZ9 5 ; /«/. c«<r. n^onEz 16 6 (Ges 5461 /); — spare, have compassion, c. 7$? Ex 2 6 (E), iSi5 3 - 915 23 21 2S2i 7 2Ch 3 6 1617 Jei5 6 Ez 1 6 s 36 21 Jb 20 13 Zc 1 1 6 - 6 Mai 3 17 - 17 Jo 2 18 ; Dt 13 9 (|| Din sq. by), Je 2 1 7 (|| Din sq. by + DTVi), Ez 9 10 (|| Din sq. by ace. to <S Z Co); sq. ~b$ Je5i 3 Is9 18 ; note poet. YT?$ 't}ft~b$ = spare no arrow Je 50 14 ; sq. Inf. 2 S 1 2 4 ; abs. 2 S 1 2 6 Is 30 14 La 2 1721 , also v 2 where appar. sq. ace, 3 43 Jb 6 10 16 13 27" Pr 6 M Hb i 17 ; || Din Ez 5" f (del. Co as doubl. of v 9 ), f 8 18 9"; Jer 13 14 (|| DWN and DmN). T^lttn n.pr.m. {spared) ; — grandson of Judah Gn 4 6 12 =i Ch 2 6 , Nu 26 1 ; © Upowjk, [l]a/iovi)X. T' , 7l^n adj. gent, of foreg.; only c. art. 'nn ; as subst. coll. Nu 26 21 .

[_n /^n] n.f. compassion, mercy, of  

(strictly Inf. form from tan, v. Ges' 441 ") — cstr. ibv. *» n^ana Gn 19 16 (J), Inform inanKa O^N? Is 63 s . n^on v. ^»n inf.

non 

t [7QnQ] n.[m.] thing pitied, object of compassion, only cstr. •'pnw Da^y "lOITO Da^BJ Ez 24 21 0^H( of your eyes' desire, and of your soul's compassion. r[UUn] vb. be or become warm (NH id., Pi., make warm, Aram. aL. Dpn be warm; Ar. +L become hot, of water ; also heat, kindle fire in) — Qal Pf. Dn ^ 3 9 < Ex 1 6 21 ; Drr; consec. iKi 2 Ec4 n ; ^01844"; f mp f, Dhj Is 44"; Dn>l 2 K 4 M Is 44 16 ; also Dm 1 R i 1 ; DO* Dt 19 6 ; Dm Ec 4 11 ; 3 fs. arm Ez 24 11 ; ttn; Ho f; lonjlGnso 39 ; njen'lv 38 (last seven forms could be also from On* q.v.; but no decisive evidence that this V is used in Qal ; they are placed under DDn by ThesEw'^'Ol' 24 "; v. also Ko 1. mm™ w ho on account of Dm Pi. Inf. Gn 30 41 3 1 10 , der. last two, needlessly, fr. D!T) ; Inf. Don? Is 47 14 , cf. Jb 30 4 (where, however, '? is fr. Dnj Mich Di unless (Luzz Clie) we read DSD? Pi. Inf. in both); Dh 1 S n 9 Hg i 6 Ne f; sf. ton Jb 6 17 ; DBn J e 51 39 ; — 1. lit., be or growwarm Ex 16 21 (P; subj. BW), c f. 1 S 11 9 Ne 7 s and Jb 6 17 (sf. of impers. subj.) ; from fire Is 44 15 - 1616 47" (cf. supr.); natural heat iKi 1J (by personal contact), so 2 K 4 31 Ec 4" 11 , fr. cloth- ing Hg i 6 ; of Jerusalem under fig. of pot or caldron Ez 24". 2. fig., subj. a? ^ 39 4 (HW-iyan Wqa), cf. Dtl 9 6 ; of conspirators Ho 7"; Chaldeans Je5i 39 . 3. of heat in conception (animals) Gn30 38 - 39 (cf. Dn* 1 ). Niph. Pt. B^Q D'ona Is 5 f (Ko ,m ), inflame oneself with, of idolatry. Pi. Impf. 3 fs. DBW) Jb

14 keep eggs warm (of ostrich). Hithp. 

Impf. DE>nm warm oneself Jb 31 s0 D"'B>aa WD by means of fleece of sheep. tDh n.m. Je 17 8 heat;— Dh abs. Gn S N + 3 t. + 1 S 2 1 7 (v. infr.) ; cstr. Gn 1 8 1 + 3 1. ; of heat of (mid-)day DIM Dh Gn 18 1 (J), 1 S 11" 2 S4 5 ; in promise of regular seasons Gn S 22 (opp. ~p); cf. Is 18 44 CVJfjJ 'n) ; but as danger- ous to plant-life Je 1 7"; it melts snow Jb 24 19 ; Dh Drib 1 S21 7 bread of heat = hot bread, rd. perhaps Dn '? ( a s Jos 9' 2 ). fin. DPI adj. hot; — 'n Dn^ J0S9 12 hot bread (JE), i.e. freshly baked; D'tart Dnn Jb 37 17 of garments heated by south wind. — 1. Dn v. supr. p. 325. 11. dpi v. sub non. trTOn n.f. heat, sun (poet.)— nianj S 24 23 4- 4t.; inisn yf, 19"; — 1. heat of sun 1^ 19". 2. pn II V$

moon Is 24 ffl 30 MM = ffwn. Jb 30 38 ; Ct 6 10 . T [|Qn] n.m. sun-pillar, used in idolatrous worship (v. Thes 489 * KS s « m - , '«« l Lag* 1 ' 228 Now A^. u. an. = p a ] m . won Vog No123 *; Ph. jon byib oft. as epithet of solar Baal); — only pi. abs. D'iisn Is 27'+ 4 1.; sf. oymn Lv 26 30 + 2 1.; || rta Lv26 30 (H), 2Chi 4 4 , cf. Ez6"; || niraro D^jnn2Ch34 4 ; ||Bne>Klsi7 8 27'; ||Dne>Nand D'bpB 2 Ch 34 7 . TITOn n.pr.loc. (hot spring?)- — 1. town in Asher Jos 19 s8 . 2. in Naphtali 1 Ch6 61 (perh. = 1. riBn , -|}<1 man, v. Be and Di Jos 1 9 36 ). ■fi. n^n n.pr.loc. (hot spring) — town in Naphtali Jos 19 35 (perh. = ftan 2 v. Di); © QfM6a8aK(8 (=ngir«3n), A A/M0, ©L A/ipi0; Jos A-t.xvm.2.3 hlllm6ovs ( ed , Niese), c f. id. w-"' 1 - 3 Guthe 2 " 1891 - 1 " 28 *; prob. = Talm. #a- mata Nbr G,SoBrduT * 1,n - 2( ' 7 (with hot springs),' 35 minutes south of Tiberias, v. Rob" 11 "' 386 Buhl zpvxiii, 1890,891. Guthe lc - GASm ** 1 - 480 (Furrer zpvu. 18 7 8 .B;,m.i 8 oo.i«ff. al my north f Tiberias); v.^th nbn, pen. fn. TVpTl n.pr.m. father of the house of Eechab 1 Ch 2 65 . TIST nbn n.pr.loc. in Naphtali, Leviti- cal city Jos 21 32 (perh.^i. riBn, pan 2 v. Di), ® Sffi)ia$, A EfiaSdap, ©L A/ua#8oip:

7^J2H n.pr.m. (mng.? comp. Sab. [' 

Hal 213 )— a Simeonite 1 CI14 26 ©LAiiourjA. t^Dpn] vb. treat violently, wrong (NH id., act violently, treat violently; Aram. DDn (rare) violently seize; Ar. <JL>~*- is be hard, strict, rigorous") — Qal Pf. 3 pl. to»n Ez 22 26 Zp 3 4 ; Impf. Dtan: Jb 15 33 , Dbrm La 2 6 ; IDbnn Jb 2 1 27 Je 2 2 3 ; Pt. DDh Pr8 36 ;— treat violently, wrong; — 1. of physical wrong : 'nn Je 2 2 3 (|| yn) of wrong to widows and orphans ; isfe* f33 'n*l La 2 6 and hath done violence to his •pavilion as to a garden (|| ^Vb nnE'); so, fig., of vine, wrong, i.e. fail to nourish, kill JS33 'IT Vipa Jb 15 s3 . 2. of ethical wrong, obj. iTlin Z P3 4 EZ22 26 (both ||trYp ^n); c f. ty nte>T» Wbnri Jb 2 1 27 </te devices (wherewith) ye do me violence. 3. both physical and ethical 'Ktprt iB*D3 DDh Pr 8 m . Niph. P/. 3 pl. IDtprU J e 13 22 thy heels suffer violence (||^i?^ ^3?). yon tDQn n.m.* 717 violence, wrong — abs. 'n Gn 6" + 44t.; cstr. DDPi Ju 9 " + 7t.; sf. "pen Gn 16' Je 51™ (in both = wrong done to me); iDDq ^ 7 ' 7 ; pl. D>pDn 2 S 22 49 + 3 1.;— violence, specif, of physical violence Ju 9 s4 2S22' (not || *i8 3 ), Ob">,Hbi 9 Jesi 33 (of Chaldeans), Hb 2 s.i7.i7 Jo 4" ■^■72"; but also wrong, incl. in- jurious language, harsh treatment, etc. Gn 16' (J, of wrong done to Sarah by Hagar), Jb 19 7 Mai 2 18 ; in gen. of rude wickedness of men, their noisy, wild, ruthlessnes-s Mi 6 12 Hb i' Zpi' Prio' 11 1 3 s 26 6 +Ez 7" (si vera 1., v. Co), ||1*B> Am 3 10 Hb i 3 Je 6 7 20 8 Ez 45" Is 6o 18 , IP'"! V55 10 . || ^ 7' 7 . II'™ 73 6 , ' n 3 ™ "' (II $¥})> denied, of servant of '< Is 53', pN3 'n Je 5 1 46 , cf. Gn 6" 1S (P), Ez 8 17 12"; W^p 'n riwa ryptfrp ^ 74 20 , 'n nxln? n^n Ez »» 28, y rO0 Am6 3 is (prob.j enthrone- ment of violence; 'H v3 Gn 49 s (poem) instru- ments, weapons, of violence; — other phrases are: n?V$ 'n Jon 3 8 1 Ch 12 17 , cf. Jb 16 17 , D?'?. 11 ^ 58 s and DP/MS, 'n byb Is 5 9 6 ; Tl ny i. e. a witness that promotes violence and wrong Ex 23 1 (JE), Dt i 9 ' 6 , t n* * 35"; "& TJ DDPI PIEH yfr 27 12 ; 'n ntOt? 1/. 25" = hatred characterized by violence; DDn Bhtfl=violent man + 18 49 (2 S 2 2 49 has the later WOTI 'N, cf. infr.) 140 12 Pr3 31 16 2 *; D'DDPI B^N (later) ^ 140" 2 S 22 49 ; D'ppn f« Pr 4 17 i.e. wine gained by violence (||V?n DHJ). T DQnri n.[m.] name of male ostrich, ace. to Bo"^* Thes (Thes der. fr. violence of this bird,, cf. Ar. *.. Ik violence, also ostrich; other conject. are : owZ © 33 ; swallow, Saad : v. also Kn in Di) — mentioned as unclean Lv 1 1 16 (P) Dt 14 15 . -(■I. *^On vb. be sour, leavened (NH id., Pi. Hiph. make sour, leaven; Ar. ^^L be sour ; Aram. VPD be sour, leavened, n> vi ■», 6e ieawmed)— Qal>/. f?" Ex 1 2 s9 ; /ot;;/ rp,^ Ex 1 2 s4 ; /n/ sf. inspn Ho 7 4 ;— be leavened, of dough (PMB), Ex 1 2 3439 (E), cf. Ho 7 4 . Hithp. 6e soured, embittered, + 73 21 (||i?W?'« ^3). tyon n.m. Kll3S that which is leavened — 'n Ex 1 2 15 + 10 1. — forbidden at Passover Ex I2 IS (P), 13 37 (JE), Dt 1 6 s , in all sacrifices Ex 2 3 18 34 s5 (both JE); cf. Am 4 6 ; Lv 2 11 6 10 (P; appos.); exceptions are Tl DPI? of peace-offer- ing LV7 13 (P), and the wave-loaves ('n appos.) Lv 23 17 (H).— v. RS Swna ° 30TJC2 ' 346 . yran

-inn t yOJl n.m. vinegar — 'n abs. Pr I o 26 + 3 1. ; cstr. Nu 6 s " 3 ; — a common condiment Ru 2 14 , forbidden to Nazirite (|" 'n and "US? 'n) Nu 6 33 (P), offered (in cruelty) to a thirsty man yjr 6Q 22 (fig. for harshness, lack of sympathy); in sim. of sluggard D?3?£ pon? Pr io M , " l ™-^y 'n Pr 25™ vinegar on nitre (sim. of merry songs for the heavy-hearted). T^Jpn adj. seasoned (viz. with salt, or a salt herb — Ar. <JaZ*; Pun.'Anoin-[=*pon] BUmi 1 * 8 1879, 522 ; v.Thes — renderingit moretasty), of provender for cattle &>* H?? ^? Is 30 s4 . risen v. 1. ron inf. TPUftnO n.f. anything leavened, only Ex (P)- ■f II. [TElf] vll »- b° red (' cf - Aram - r»- Ethpa. blush, be ashamed, poss. orig. be red); — Qal Pt. 2>ass. cstr. D ,- 1J? ?' ,,3 D red of garments Is 63 1 ; poss. also lmpf. 3 fs. W™!} ^ 68M that thy foot may be red toith blood (for MT prion ; so Krochin Hi Gr ; most, however, rd. pmn v. prn). fill. [VftJ7] Tb - be ruthless (dub. -/; perh. by-form of DDn ; perh. err. for it ; identif. by most with I. JTDn, be sour, hence sharp, violent, but connexion improb.) — only Qal Pt. act. YQST bvgO «1?0 V 7 1 4 from the hand of the unjust and ruthless (j| V&~1 "W?)- tvicn n.[m.] coll. the ruthless — only 'n ¥1t5>K Is i 17 set right the ruthless, so Hi Ew Kn De Che Di ; Vrss give passive (perh. port) hence AV relieve the op2>ressed; but on form rton=doer of action v. Ew i,63b . tpQn vb. turn away (intr.)— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 13V 'n ^TVll Ct 5 6 and my beloved had turned away, passed on. Hithp. Impf. 2 fs. rmitfn nan pporvw , n»"iy Je 31 22 torn toAer and thither, v. Gf VB.

  • [p^lSn] n.m. curving, curve, SJJS3J ^°0

Ct 7 2 <Ae curvings (curved lines, curves) of thy thighs. f I. IDPT vb. ferment, boil or foam up (Ar. j~, f ~- ferment,, leaven, i^Li*-, i~r~^* n. leaven; v. Lag B51207 );— Qal Pf. 3 ms. n jn 1^75* o«rf teme which foams, (others fr. IV. "IOT 6e red); 3 pi. ^9P is suggested by We as poss. Hb3 16 (for MT "»»h q.v.) the great waters foamed ; Imp/. 3 mpl. Wt? riDIV V3HJ ^ 46 4 Ze< t<s water roar and foam. Pe'al'al Pf. pass. 3 pi. VlD"l0n 'yo La i 20 my bowels are in a ferment (|| 'I? 'HSnj), of distressat calamities of Jerus.; so ♦JO, vicnpn La 2 11 .— Jb 16 16 v. IV. non. t"V2n n.[m.] wine (poet.) (Aram. JiaaJl, trjcsn ; Ar. yu», v. Lag BN "fV— TDrrwf*i ajTBT) Dt3a 14 ; "*Dn Dn.3 Is 27 s , but rd'here ion BJ| (v. ion). tl^n n.[xn.] bitumen, asphalt (fr. I.lDn ace. to OBlau 2 * 01869 ' 279 , bitumen as seething, swelling up; Thes MV, fr. IV. non, with ref. to reddish-brown colour) — "IDPI Gnii 3 +2t.; used for cement in building Babel Gn 1 1 3 (J); abounding in vale of Siddim 'n niK3 niK3 Gn 14 10 ; used in coating Moses' 'ark' of bulrushes Ex 2 3 (E; ||nst). fi. 1QH n.m. cement, mortar, clay; — 'n abs. Gn ir 3 +i3 t.; cstr. Isio 6 +2t.; — 1. mortar, cement for holding building-stones (brick) together Gn n 3 (J), Ex i" (P; both |D*?3P); Na3 14 (||t3n3). 2. clay: a.asmaterial of vessels Je 1 8 46 , IVH 'n Is 2 9 16 , in sim. of*God's fashioning man Is 45 s 64' Jbio 9 ; as material of human bodies 'n W3 Jb 4" cf. 33"; as material of bulwarks (disparagingly) Jb 13 12 ; Dmn 'n = seal-clay i.e. clay upon which seal is pressed. b. =mire m»n 'n Is 10 6 ; 1Q Tfl Jb 30 19 he hath cast me into the mire, i.e. deeply humiliated me psy and 1BK in || cl.); as sim. of commonness, abundance Jb 27" (IP??)- fn. ["^nn] vb. denom. cover or smear with asphalt, only Qal Imp/. 3 fs. sf. nnonni Ex 2 3 (E); on form of sf. v. Ges i68 ' 3 ' B1 . HI- "17X1 (■/of foil.; NH lOPI heap up ; Aram. 180 make a rum-heap; Ar. Sjli» great mass of stone, heap of stones. . "Vpn n.[m.] heap (cf. 1. nton)_'n cstr. D*3T_ D?D 'n Hb 3 15 a heap of great waters (|| DJ) —but txt. dub., v. I. -ion ; pi. B»T»ri nnon Ex 8 10 (J), of dead frogs gathered in heaps. fin. "1011 n.m. homer, a dry measure (perh. fr. above -/, but dub.; cf. As. amdru, surround, contain, 11. R 36 I9,b Strm 4760 , imeru, a measure Zim BP6n )— 'n abs. Is 5 10 + 5t. Ez; cstr. Ho 3 2 + 3 t.; pi. CpCO. Nu n 32 ;— 'n of barley Ho 3 2 Ez 45 13 , cf. IT}^ 'n jqj Lv 27 16 -non

cnn i.e. land on which a 'n of barley seed was sown (taxed at 50 shekels); 'n of wheat Ez 45 13 ; in gen. Tl yTJt IS5 10 ; = 10 ephahs (or baths, v. J"B sub nna) EZ45 1 (in v 14 del. Co); on actual size of 'n, = 393-9 litres, v. Hultzsch n.tn>i.2ndri.M8.<Bit a g ee f ur ther ii. 713 and reff., JJ enz Arch. 183 f. jq" w Arch. 1, 208 t. fi. *YiCT"l n.[m.] heap, abs. 'n with du. ew-ibn (Baer'rnbn), a s if fr. mbn ; _ 'rta D^n-lbri nton "tain J u 1 5'° with the ass's jaw- bone, a heap, two heaps, i. e. so many slain. • DThfen v. 1. lion. • AT t IV - ["Wn] vb - be red (Ar.Jiii 11. dye red, i.Z*- redness, reddish brown (appar. skin- colour) so ThesMVBa NB192 al.)— only Pe'al'al Pf. pass. niD"ipn yfi Jb 16 16 my face is red- dened from weeping. — La i 20 2" v. I. "IDII.

11. liQn n.m. Gn46ffl (he)-ass (NH id. 

(sts. female, but this regularly !TjiDn); Aram. N"31?n, Jiaa^; Ar. *U*, Palm. Ninn Reckendorf ZHQ1888.4M. Ag- i m ^ ru> Scnr 001010 ";— name fr. reddish colour) — abs. "iton Gn22 5 + 43t.; ibn Ex 13 13 Dt 22 10 ; cstr. lien Ex 23 6 +4 t; -fori Gn 49 14 ; sf. T)bn Dt5 14 28 31 ; ipn Ex 23"; iibn Gn22 3 +8t.; pi. WfBQ Ju'i9 10 + 9 1.; Onbh Gn i2 16 + 16 1.; sf. union Ju 19 19 ; w^bn Gn 4 3 19 ; oanion 1S8 16 ; onhbn Gn 34 28 +4t.; ronnicn Jos 9 4 ;—as« (^e-a«s/ priK = she-ass) found in all periods (coll. only Gn 32 s Is 2 1 7 ); — 1. as (valuable) property, with oxen, sheep, camels, slaves, etc. Gni2 16 24 s5 30 43 47 17 Ex 9 3 (all J) Ex 20 17 (E), 21 33 22 389 23 4 - 5 - 12 Nu i6 ls Jos 6 21 7 s4 (all JE) ; note also Ex 13" = 34 s0 (JE; firstlings belong to '"); Gn 36 s4 Nu 3 !»»»■"■»•« (all P); Dt 5 14 -' 8 22" Ju 6 4 1 S 8 16 12 3 15 3 22 19 27" 1 Ch 5 2 ' Ezr 2 67 = Ne7 68 (Baer), Zc 14 15 ; coll. Gn 32 s (J; fllW, [Ky, nay, nnBB'), but pi. (similar ||) Gn 34 28 (P), 47 17 (J); cf. also DnpiJV 'n Jb 24 s tlie orphans' ass (|[n310pe< "lies') ; as knowing its master's crib Is i 3 (B"W);. found in camp 2 K 7 710 (both UCpID); as harnessed T& 2TO Pr 2 6 3 (||MD). 2. used for riding: a. by women Ex4 20 (J), Jos is' 8 (JE) = Ju i 14 1 S 2 5 2023 - 42 , cf. 2 Ch 28 15 . h. by men 2S 16 2 17 23 19 27 1 K 2 40 1 3 »«*»» 2828 Is 2 1 7 Zc 9 9 . c. DTfflfl *10X a pair of asses 2 S 16 1 (for burdens and for riding); for man and woman Ju iq 31019 - 21 ; carrying dead body v 28 cf. 'n 1 K 13 29 . 3. beast of burden Gn 22" (cf. v«), 4 2 26 - 27 45* (^1 E) 43 19 ' 24 44 3 ' 3 (all J), Jos 9 4 (JE), 1 S 25 18 1 Ch 12 4 ' Ne 13 16 (cf. also Tl "IDS 2 S 16 1 supr.); metaph. of u* Issachar 0"ji r Tl Gn 49 14 (poem), aw a«« of (strong) bones. — OH? 'n 1 S 16 20 rd. prob. n^lpn jfa;e, or better rnfry. ten, v. We Dr. 4. used in tillage Is 32 20 ; not to be used in ploughing with an ox ("nB>) Dt 22 10 . 5. parts of body of ass mentioned are: Tl Tip Jui5 1516 jawbone, Samson's weapon ; Tl t^to 2 K 6 26 eaten in famine ; '1 "IK'3 Ez 23 20 genital organ of ass (contempt, sim.) 6. 'n rniap J e 22" burial of an ass, in fig. of ignominious treatment of a corpse. f m.Tiftn n.pr.m. father of Shechem (lie- ass; v. RS* 2 *" 8 ""- 449 )— Gn 33 19 rf***™*"-

  • > UM Jos 24 s2 Jug 28 .

typn n.pr.m. 1 Chi 41 ( = Pjen Gn z6 K ^.y) trWCrfJ n.[nt.] roebuck (Sam. MBfP, Syr. ( <t tn*DIV y . Hom NSS92( *" d!,a3) , Lag 81 " 27 ; name from reddish colour?) — as edible Dt 14 s 1 K 5 3 ; — on identif. with roebuck, v. Tristr Proc. Zool. 80c. London, Miy 2, lb76 Ponder TeDt Work . 1887 ' p * 91 I. U*Qn (■/of foil.; meaning unknown). ©OH, HCfen n.m. and f. five (NH id., •• T ' T • ~: 3«2 > H.} Aram. Bton, KBT3PI, -j&l, Ifc^oiL; Ph. riE>En; Palm. NBtDII, c. n. masc, Reckendorf "■■*«»; A8.ham5u,hamiltuT)V n ; Eth.iyf}: •J^ft-F: Ar. JUL , I'll ; Sab. & Lihyan. Don DHM 2MOxli:[ - 613;Kpl,rDenkn '" -73 ); — m. (c. n.f.) abs. B^n Gn 5 6 + 94 t. + Ez 40 30 (del. ®B Hi- Sm Co; Co del. also in v 2529 - 33 - 38 ) + Ez 45 s Kt (where rd. f. with Qr); cstr. Pen Gn5 10 +67t. + Ez 4 8 16 Kt; f. (c. n.m.) abs. n^feq v . Lag BN8 ° Gn i8 28 + 139 t. (incl. Ez 8 18 del. B Co al.); cstr. netoq Nu3 4747 + 26t.;— on pi. O'tivn fifty, see below ;—five, in Hex. chiefly P;— 1. with- out other numeral: a. tfop, before fpl. noun Gn 43 34 + 35 t.; before n. coll. J^X Tl 1 S25 18 ; v. also i113X3 'nfive in c«6t7(«) = five cubits 1 K 7 s3 1 Ch i'i 23 ' 2 Ch 4 2 ; after noun (late) 2 K 8 16 (trji'b B*cn ruca = in <A«//<A year) + 6 t. Ch ; no' noun expr. 1 K 7 »^«« 1 Ch 3 20 2 Ch 4 77 . b. HtS'On before mpl. noun Gn 4 7 2 + 1 8 t. ; after noun Ex36 38 + 36t. Nu (all P); no noun expr. Gni4 9 (onlyherec.art.)+ 2ot. C. t^ri before noun (usu. defined; exc. niND, Q'SpK, v. 3, 4) Ex26 39 36 1016 + Ez42 16 niEK 'n Kt, but Qr niKO 'n, v. infr. d. D^EO TOn Jos io 5 + 5t.; D^Kn'njui8 714 - 17 ; hbpti 'nNui8 lf ; also, distrib, B^ Tl Tl 3 «; D'P T Dn 'n Jos 13 3 Ju 3 3 1 S 6 18 .; 'D ^33 'n 2 S 21 8 . 'e. = ordinal, tnvi> t^on napa 2 K 8' 6 «/(« fifth (year) of J oram; iron

ran Bhh? D^tona on the fifth (day) o/ </»« month Ez ,i.i gi 33 2i.' ( B0 a j so Igth) 25 th, etc.) 2. 'n combined with "ltoy , mfe>y <en = fifteen : a. nis^ Bton ( c . n.f.) Gn 5 10 7 20 Ex 27 1415 38" 1S 2 k i4 17a ' 2o* 2 Ch 15 10 25 s5 ls 3 8 s . b. naton ife^ (c. n.m.), ( 1 ) after noun Est 9 21 ; (2) before noun Ex 16 1 (= ordinal fifteenth, so Lv 23" + ) Ho 3 2 +. c. i^nsron before n. 2 Si 9 18 +. d. -V£?y nOTin, without n.=ordinal//<een<A 1 Ch 24"+'4t." + Ez45' 1 (rd. D^DH A Hi Co). 3. niKD e*Dn =5 oo Gn 5 M!l2 +49 t. + Ez 42" Qr. 4. O'E&K ne'on = 5000 Nu 31 82 Jos 8 12 Ju 2o" iSiy' 1 Ez 45 6 ' 48 16 1 Ch 29 7 2 Ch 35" Ezr i 11 2 M ; — in 25,000, 35,000 etc. HBTpn (usu. without 'n) precedes the 20,000, 30,000, etc. 5. with other numerals : a. Eton before larger numeral : ( 1 ) noun repeated Gn 5" + 4 1. ; (2) noun with 2nd num. only, Gn 5 17 + 8 t. + Ez 45 s Kt ; (3) noun c. 3 with 2nd num. Ez 40 21 + 2 t. b. B*t?n after larger num.: (1) noun re- peated Gn 25 7 ; (2) noun foil. 'n (only) Jui4 10 + (esp. in expressions of age and duration); (3) noun before both num., st. abs., 2 G13 15 ; st.cstr. 2Ch 15 19 . c. no noun expr., 'n between other num., e.g. 0^35* 'n niKO B$ NU31 37 . d. n^on before larger num., noun foil, larger num. Nu i 25 -)- 22 t. e. 'n follows, and (1) is foil, by noun Ju 20 35 + 7 t.; (2) noun precedes both 1 K 7 s Je 52 s0 . f. 'n precedes, no noun expr. 1 K 5 12 . g. 'n follows, no noun expr. Gn 1 8 s8 + . h. no noun expr. 'n between other num. Ex 38 s8 Ezr 2 s . ti.Cft?n n.[xn.] fifth part— only HjqBJj Btonp Gn 47 26 , but connex. with preceding awk- ward ; rd. perh. B'Onn (S), or t?8r6 ©, v . Di. fn. [UJCn] vb.denom. only Pi. TIK Etoni Cnxp jnK Gn4i 34 (E) and lie shall fifth (take the fifth part of) the land of Egypt, i.e. the fifth part of the produce (cf. Ar. i~yZJ>. take a fifth part ; Eth. "JffDf); I. 2 quinque fac.re). O" l ©pn io< n.pl. (a) fifty (Ar. ^Iti, Aram. ^7»vi '. , Ph. twan; MI 28 |2>Dn; As. hamidti Dl in Lotz 11 * 80 ) — D^PD Gn6 15 + 154 1. (incl. EZ40 2529 - 33 , del. Co) + Ez 4 5 12 (so rd. A Hi Co for neton); sf. TfPD 2 K i 1012 , rtston Ki"+4t.,Dn'E>Dn2Ki u ;— 1. abs. a. a fifty, a company of 'fifty Ex i8 21M Dt i ls 1 S 8 12 2 K i*'+ 13 t. 2 K 1 (in v" = fifties), Is 3 s . b. elsewhere, without noun expr., (1) without other numeral Nu 31 s047 Ez 27 1818 Hg 2 16 ; (2) with other num. 'n preceding Ex 30 a23 + 1 1 1. ; + i Ch 1 2 s4 Baer, van d. H. v 88 (sq. fa); (3) 'n following Ex 38" 4- 10 t.; (4) 'n between other num. Nu i w + 23 1. 2. E^pn without other num. : a. before noun Gn 6 16 + 58 1. + npK3 'n Ex 38". b. after noun 2 S 24" Ex 26" + 4 1. Chr. 3/n before other num.: a. foll.bynounGn7 24 + . b. preceded by noun 1 Ch 5 21 . 4. 'n after other num., and a. this after noun 1 Ch 8 40 Ezr 8 3 ' 26 . b. noun repeated e. g. Gn y*™. 5. 'n pre- ceded by cstr. e.g. njB* "n n:B>3 2 K 1 5 s327 Lv IS*". 6. 'n = ordinal, fiftieth Lv 25 1011

K is 28 , cf. v 27 . 

t^ttTDn m., JV^On f. adj. num. or din. fifth ;— m. Vpn Gn i a + 22 t.; t*WJ Zc 7 s + 3t.; f. n^pn abs. 1 K i 4 J5 +4t.; tVftQ Lv 19 25 Je36 9 ; ri»#pn 1K6 31 ; cstr. TY^on Lv 27 151 '; sf. VnB^pn Lv 5 16 + 2 t. ; 'owton Lv 22" 27 31 ; ineton LV27 27 , cf. vriK>pn LV5 24 , rd. - Sam. Di (q.v.); — fifth, usu. in enum. days, months, years, sons, etc. ; definite, exc. masc. Gn i 23 3 o 17 ,/em.Gn 47" 1 K 6 31 Ne 6 5 ;— 1. m. Gn i 23 Nu 7 36 2 9 M 33 s8 Jos 19 24 (all P), Gn 3o' 7 (E), Jui 9 8 2K25 8 Jei 3 28 1 52 12 Zc7 3 iCh27 8 Ezr 7 89 ; noun om. 2 S 3 4 I Ch 2 14 3 3 8 2 2 6 3 - 4 (all of }3), 1 Ch 24 s 25 12 ffio), Zc 8 19 (BHh), 1 Ch 27 s (DV). 2. f. Lv i 9 2S 1 K 14 s5 Je 3 6 9 Ez i s 2 Ch 1 2 2 ; Tl Qya Ne 6 6 . 3. n^Eton t K 6 31 as subst. a fifth part, so rVK*pn Gn 47 s4 Lv 5 6S4

m 27 i3.27.3i n u 5 7 ; cstr. *id3 revhsn Lv 27 1619 . 

III. ti^Qn (Vof foil.; meaning dubious), f 11. TOnn.m. beUy(Aram. Uaoti.)— B'Onn S2 23 +3t.; torfet.t.-VqQ 2S2 23 and lie smote him in tlie belly; 2 S 2O 10 +4 6 , rd. D3ni |¥*?1 awcf sA« slumbered and slept ® We Dr. ; yet corruption difficult to explain, v. Klo; 'nn VV WfH 2 S ■f (where prob. ins. -bit cf. Dr). IV. tytSn (vof foil.; rang, dub.; perh. cf. Ar. J— ^-ji army, Sab. DDn men of a tribe who can bear arms ; v then poss. = I. e'en (e. g. army as composed of five parts) v. Lane Frey; also Sab.Denkm. 24 , which cites tribus (fr. tres), quarlier (fr. quartus, quatuor); >Thes MV al. who comp. Ar. <_^~i-a. be firm strong, ^.^ 6e courageous, etc.) t D^tlJpn adj.pl. in battle arx-ay, alw. this form, Ex 13 1 ' 8 (E), Jos i 14 4 12 (both D), Ju 7 11 + Nu32 i7 (je), v. dm. /ion (vof foil.; mng. unknown; MV al., very improbably, fr. Ar. o^i grow rancid, putrid; see on formation, Lag BNI64 ). trran, ni?n n.[m.] waterskin (NH id.) ncn

n»:n — nonn Gn 21 15 ; ncnn Gn 21"; ai? noni Gn 2 1 14 (v. Di), [Hb 2 s 'inon v. non]. tnon, ri^n n.pr.loc. (-/dub.; ThesMV al. der.fr. '^C^,nD^= > /brtre**,o^(v.R8 8 •■ I, • 1 • , * ), sacred enclosure, temenos, Mind, cf. Hal" 87 *"" «r.x, S9 j Lag BN82 > iM. but no certainty that name is Shemitic ; Ar. »££ , As. ^ TO a«tt, D1 PA m ■ Fr m ) ; — mod.Hama, one'-Msi(Orontes), 38h.(c. 115 m.) N. of Damascus, v. Bd p * 1S9 ". It had a king, TfN, in David's time 2 S 8 9 = 1 Ch 18 9 , and in 8th cent. b. c. 2 K 1 9 13 = Is 3 7 13 ; gods of its own 2 K 17 30 i8 34 =Is36 19 ; gave its name to land (limits unknown) 'fl }nN3 rtan 2 K 23 s3 25 s1 Je 39 5 52 s - 27 , cf. 2 Ch 8 4 ; contained Isr. exiles Is n " ; furnished colonists for Samaria 2 K 1 7 s4 (cf. v 30 supr.) after being conquered by Sargon, (COT 2 K 17 24 18 34 cf. Is io 9 ). It is called great Harnath by Am 6 2 (H31 flDn, — npn only here), 'n is mentioned with pfe'tOT,"lif ; /Vl'ir in prophecy against land Hadrach (TV] n ) Zc g', cf. Je 49 B . Often in phr. Tl Kab p$?)=«/(e en- trance to H., i. e. the approach to II., as terri- torial limit Ju3 3 ; usu. as denoting (ideal) northern limit of Isr. territory Jos 1 3 s Nu 1 3 21 34 8 Am6 14 iK8 65 = 2 Ch7 8 , 2K14 26 iChi 3 5 ; nngn 1 ch 18 3 ; nyx 'n 2 Ch 8 3 , and avn rrwi^ 'n-nw p^vnK 2K14 28 ; so also Ez ,48 : *! »| Ez47 ,7 ',cf.v 16b + v 16 *(del.Co); 'n K^ 48 1 , cf! 47 20 ; 'n "ir^J 48'. TXTTOn adj. gent. cart. =subst. ,r jonn, as descendants of Canaan Gn io' 8 =i Chi 16 . PT2n n.pr.loc. v. sub Don. ]n, "nan, nan v. sub pn. M JM H3 vb. decline, bend down, encamp (Aram. JJL. to aim at, incline towards, reach; Zinj. J")3no cstr. camp, Inscr. Panammu 131617 ; Ar. iJLi bend, curve, bend down; As. m&nu, mem* and tend, couch, mdnttu, house, Zim 81 " 44 ' 43 Dlin Zim 117 )— Qal Pf run 1 g 26 s Is 29 1 ; Will consec. Is 29 s Zc 9 8 ; «n Nu2 34 +2 t.; «ni consec. Nu i K ; Impf. jrm Gii26 17 + 9t.; 3 fs. njn? ^,27'; «q: Nu i M +i3t. Nu + Ex i 4 2:«n>'lExi3 20 -r79t.(ofwhich42inNu33); jun»i Ju ii 18 ; 2 mpl. «nri Ex 14 3 ; 1 pi. mm Ezi-8 15 ; Imv.mn 2 Si2™; «q Nu 31 19 Jeso 29 ; Inf. niton j u 19 9 ;' nin Nu i 51 ; 'sf. «nbn Nu io 31 ; Drnin Dt 1 s3 ; P«. run Ex 18 6 f 34 s ; f. mh 2 s

1 ' 3 iChu 15 ; 1]5 T n ^ 53 6 ; p l. DUh Exi4 9 + 

lit.; DU"in Nu2 2 Na3 17 ; — l.<Zec^'n«,of day drawing to its close Di»n flfon J u 19* (pri nD"l <n i£; also "n niD3 v 9 ; iko'ti £rt»n v "). a! encamp (prop. Terye toward, incline to, settle at, of goal of day's march):— a. of single nomad Gn 26" (J; sq.3), 33" (E; sq. WTIK). b. of Israel at Exod. and in wilderness Ex 1 3 20 (3) i4 2 ( , ?.?S'), v 2 (^), + c 80 t.(Hex. chiefly P); also (abs.) Nu 9 18 - 20 - 22 - 23 cf. Ezr 8"; Ne 1 1» so they encamj>ed (i.e. settled, or were settled) from Beer- sheba to the valley of Hinnom ( || UK* v M ). c. of armies : ( 1) Israel (conquering Canaan, etc.) Jos 4 19 5 ,0 + oft.; (2) Philistines 1 S 4 1 13" 2 S 2 3 2S + ; usu. sq. 3 loc. Nu 10" 1 S 4 1 13"' Jos 4" 1 S i3 6 + 63 t. (3 «q»_l 2 S 24 s rd. JO fag ©L We Dr v. !>!>n); so of locusts in hedges (in sim.) Na 3 17 ; also sq. b))=by, near Ex 14" 15" Nu i« 4*m« 3 «» (-TV by), 33 10 Ju 7 1 1 S 4 1 ; mbTVJS-^ fyya diff. sense) 2 S 11"; sq. 7g &ho=against, encamp with hostile pur- pose Jos io 53134 Ju 6 4 20 19 1 S 1 1 1 2 S 1 2 s8 1 K 16 15 2K25 1 2Ch 3 2 1 Je5o w 52 4 f 27 s ; sq. "?§ in same sense Jos 1 I s ; metaph. of God's hostility to apostate Jerusalem (by) Is 29 s ; sq. also f=at, by Nu 2 s4 Zc 9"; DE> . . . ntW Ex 1 8 6 1 S 26 s ; sq. b 3J30 for protection Nu i UM , cf. metaph. f 34 s , but also hostility Jb 19 12 ; also sq. other prep, and prep, phrases, e.g. T3J?1? Nu 2i IS ; pnD Nu 3 i 19 ; |*3 1S17 1 ; 133 i'k" 2 o s etc.; sq. ace. loc. 2 S 17 26 ; sq. sf. ace. with hos- tile sense l^n ^53"; without prep, or noun foil., in sense of encamp, be or abide in encamp- ment Nu 9 18 - 20 - 22 - 23 Ezr8 16 •SlX u +; poet, of David in Jerusalem, Is 29 1 city in which David fixed Ids camp. T [rVOHJ n.f. cell (as having curved or vaulted roof , arched ; v. Thes Gf, and cf.Aram. JI'cllI vaulted room)— ni>3nn J e 37" (|| JV3 -fart). tn^jn n.f. spear (as flexible 1 v. Thes); — abs. ri^n 2 S i3 19 + 26 t.; cstr. id. 1 S 26 16 (so v 22 Qr, where Kt has art.); sf. inun Hb3 n ; inun 1 S 1 7"+ n t. + 2 S 2 3 8 , v. infr.; pl. iWPi'jn 2 Ch 23"; Dmnterjn is 2 4 = r3n'nh , 3n Mi 4 s ; — 1. spear, as hurled 1 S i8 I0 - ll 'i9 , - I0 - li 20 33 ; held by king 2 2 6 ; sign of king's presence 26"" 1216 - 22 (v. HS Kra ); also 2 S i 6 2 23 21 19 23 1821 2L21 1 Ch 1 1 "= 2 S 23 s , where rd. Tgi» HM1 in^n-ns (for uxyri V»Tj MM) ace. to Ew Th Ke KloDr(not We). 1 Ch ii 50 - 23 - 23 - 28 ; pl. 2 Ch 23 s ; oft. || yv 1 S 1 3 1922 1 7 48 - 47 2 1 9 Is 2 4 = Mi 4 s , Na 3"; IIB'B^ 2 K ii 10 ; || .135? j Ch 1 2 s5 (Baer); VB9 mrro

nan Jb 4 i' 9 ; -CO ^35'; ||nB>p + 4 6". 2. a. shaft of spear is '1 J'J? 2 S 23* 1 Ch 20' + 1 S 1 f Qr (doubtless right ; Kt ffl). b. spear-head 'n nar£ r S 17', cf. 'n 3r£ jb 39 s3 ; 'n pia Na ' Hb 3 11 . c. butt of spear 'n nntjl 2 S 2 s3 . 3. metaph. of teeth of lions ^57' (|| D'sn; fig. of Psalmist's enemies). rmn 8M n-m.^^'and £.♦«*«»«.*(«  Gn32 9 *v. Di) encampment, camp — abs. 'd Gn 32 9 - 9 + 126 t. (incl. Ez I 24 , del. Co); cstr. HSJP Gn 32 3 +56 t.; sf. injnp Nu i 62 +5t.; ^np Dt 23" 29'°, ^snp Dt 23 15 , D^jqe Am4 10 , Dn'JTO Nu 5 3 Ju 8 10 (cf. infr., and on form of nounc. sf. vid. Ges*™- 3 -*') ; pi. abs. nianp Gn 3 2 8 + 9 t.; cstr. iCh9 18 +2t.,D , ?npNui 3 i9 ; sf. (appar. pi. n.) En'?.™? Jos io 4 + 5 1.; — on du. v. 'D n.pr. infr. 1. camp, pilace of encamp- ment: a. of caravan of travellersGn32"(J),esp. of Isr. at Exod. and in wildern. Ex 16 1313 19 1617 (allP; disting. fr. DJ?); 'OnyC'Ex32 26 (JE); esp. 'On J^np in connexion with uncleanness, etc., Ex 29 14 Lv 4 12 (P) + oft., of position of tent of meeting Ex 33" (JE), contr. Nu 2 17 (P), where of encampments of several tribes, cf. i ss 2 s io 2.b.6.2s e ^ c ^ ^ a ]j p^ a i rea( jy passing over to 3 (cf. D^hn 1 o 6 - 6 ) ; specif, of camp of Levites, surrounding tabernacle, so that P can say D^ibn njraj "Tgtar^Jjfe Nu 2 17 ; and so (late) of temple *Q *JB nijnpb Dnjj#n 1 Ch 9 18 , as well as "• nunp *y$ 30131'; pi. (opp. Dnxap ^fortresses) Nu 13" . camp of armed host Jos 6 111114 (JE), 1 S 4***« 1 7 M 2 K 7 16 etc. . a. those who encamp Nu 1 o 56 1 Ch 1 1 16 ^ 2 7 3 (all c. vb. nan), cf. (prob.) Is37 36 =:2 K 19 35 , etc. b. company, body of people; people and beasts Gn 32 8 - 9 - 911 33 s , funeral company of Jacob Gn 50 9 ; of Isr. on march Ex 14 1920 cf. Nu io 66 . C. army, host Jos 8 13 io 6 n 4 Ju 4 161616 7 18 gnuo.n.n.u lSl7 i.46 2K3 9 eyen while in the thick of the fight; 1 K 2 2 34 =2 Ch 18 33 etc. T jTTCnQ n.pr.loc. -=-camp of Dan, name given, Ju 13 25 18 12 , to place where Danites en- camped (v. Bla).

  • D^fTO n.pr.loc. {two camps) — E. of Jor-

dan ; name from Jacob's meeting angels ace. to Gn32 3 (J), place on border of Gad Jos 13 s6 , of Manasseh v 30 (P); Levit. city in Gad 2 1 36 (P) = 1 Ch6 6i ; named also 2 S 2 8 <W.P), v 1 "" (D|-), i 9 » 1K2 8 (d<:-) ; np;3n» 2S17 2427 1 K4' 4 ; site unknown, v. Di°°; tMTWg n^np? Ct7' is put here by Ew Hi Ot al. : as at a (the) dance of Mahanaim; dance of a double choir Gi Stickel KV. t jn.PI n.pr .m. (perh. abbrev. fr. '"liWl) — an Ephraimite Nu 26 s5 © Tawx, 1 Ch 7 s5 ® eat*, ©L Oaav. T^pHfl adj. gent, only c. art. as subst. coll., Tin Nu 26 35 . T[n2nriJ n.f. encamping, or encamp- ment;— pi. sf. "rtrm (si vera 1.) »£$ BipO"^ ■•JtapN 2 K 6 8 , unto such and such a place is my encamping ; but form very strange. Ed. prob. Wanri ye shall hide yourselves, so <§ Th Klo. TtJjn vb. spice, make spicy, embalm (NH id., bud, blossom; Ar. V-'— become mature, 11. prepare for burial, >yxL spices for a corpse ; L>Gi embalmer, Dozy 1 ' 322 after PS 1320 ; Aram. vL. ( D3n embalm; so Eth. ihi(T; (loan-word Si no )) ;— Qal Pf. 3 fs. neon Ct 2 13 ; Impf. 3 mpl. ICOPM Gn 50 226 ; Inf. cstr. Bi_r£ Gn 50 2 ;— 1. spice, make spicy n^S 'n njKnn Ct 2 13 the Jig-tree spicelh its figs, so VB De in transl. (Ew De in notes Ot al. prefer reddeneth, on account of spring season, cf. the less common and perhaps secondary sense in Ar. become red (of leather) Lane 657 *). 2. embalm, sq. ace. pers. Gn5o 2S (performed by CPKfin), v M . t D^tOSn n.i m. jpl. abstr . embalming, only 'nn W Gn 50 3 i.e. the days consumed in the embalming process =0^ D^JETIK v. Di. tntan n.f. wheat (NH id., Aram. P03n, NTip'n, J 4 ^; Ar.lkl*.);— abs.'nExp^ + et.; pi. b"pn Gn 3o" + 20t; P»n Ez 4 9 ; cstr. ^n EZ27 17 ; — wheat, sg. chiefly poet., of growing wheat Ex o 32 (E), Dt 8 8 Jb 31 40 Jo 1"; sown Is 2^; food-product Dt 32 14 ('n nvb? a^n kidney-fat of wheat, i. e. the choicest, v. 2? n ), 'n 3^PI ^81" (cf. 147" infr.); elsewh. pi.; wheat as sown Je 12 13 ; wheat-harvest 'n TJtp Gn 30" (J), Ex 34 s2 (JE), Ju 15 1 1 S 6 U 12 1 ' 7 Ru 2 s3 , + 2 S 24 15 where insert ace. to ® We Dr; wheat threshed Ju6" I CI120 21 cf.v 23 ; measured

K 5 25 = 2 Ch 2 9 (niap D*Dn, r d. nbbp 'n as 
K 5 2S = wheat for food ThBeKe after Vrss), 

v 14 27 s Ez45 13 ; stored (with barley, oil and honey) Je 41 8 ; for food 2 S if, D'pn 3^n ^147" (cf. 81 14 supr.); D'pn >nfr 2 S 4" (rd. 'n nbp'D @ We Dr) ; 'n rfybjine wheaten flour •jUMTI

pn Ex 29* (P); Ez 4 9 (pan, Aram, pi.) mixed with barley, beans, lentils, etc., and made into bread. bsCSn n.pr., and nipn v . sub pn. rwn v. sub run. I. ^Jn (vof foil, (see Ar. Syr.); meaning unknown). T^jn n.m. palate, roof of mouth, gums (NH id.; Aram. £i2, Nan ; Ar. dill, palate, roof of mouth, jaws, lower 2>art of mouth, lower jaw of horse, mouth, etc. Lane 659 Dozy 1,332 ); — abs. 'n Jb 12" 3 4 3 ; sf. 'an Pr8 7 +6t, 1?n Ho 8 1 , ?n Ez3 26 Pr24 13 ; chiefly poet, esp. WisdLt :— Tfsn ct 7 10 , i3n La 4 4 + 2 t., nan Pr 5 3 , D3n Jb 29 10 ; — palate, roof of mouth: a. "isfe* ,; I?n"? Ho 8 1 a trumpet to thy palate/ (or gums; as in Eng., to thy lips); oft. c. p^v, tongue clings (pal) to "]n, expression for speech- lessness Ez 3 26 Jb 29 10 , as imprecation yj/ 137 6 ; for the parching of extreme thirst La 4 4 (KDX3) ; cf. ^ 22 16 MT '•n'a fenra Bb;, rd. *fn for <na v. Che ertt - n -(|| , rtp^D panip "Jitt'S). b. as organ of speech Pr 5* 8 7 (both || D^riDf ), Jb 31 30 33 s 'ana '}te>j> nrya^ (|| <d 'Finns), c. as organ of taste Jb 1 a" 34 s , "3rf? pinb m Ct 2 3 his fruit was sweet to my palate, Pr 24 13 (implied sim. of wisdom as sweet to the soul) ; fig. of God's words as sweet 'rib ^ 119 103 (|pa); of taste as distinguishing misfortunes Jb 6 30 (|| pE*? ; > others of speech); of keeping wickedness 'n ^lna Jb2o' 3 (|| P^ "DPI), i.e. delighting in and prolonging the taste of it. d. nearly =mouth, as an element in personal sweetness and beauty Ct5 ,6 7 10 . til. ^pn vb. train up, dedicate (cf. Ar. n~.'~. appar. denom. fr. csLli, rub palate of child with chewed dates, Lane 659 *, of midwife rub palate of new-bom child with oil, etc., before it begins to suck, Dozy"- 332 ; also make experienced, submissive, etc. (as one does a horse by a rope in its mouth) Lane; v. also We 8kto.ni". 1M ; NH^pn accustom; Aram^Udedicate, Tpan as NH ; Eth. 11. fhfh: perceive, under- stand (Di 108 , fh"}*i: initiatio is loan-word Id.' b )) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. i2JD Dt 20 5 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. ttJSE Dt 2o 3 mpl. bsriM 1 K 8 ra 2 Ch 7 s ; Imv. ^PD Pr 2 2 6 ; — 1. train, train up a (the) youth (TUl!?) Pr 2 2 6 (cf. NH 1«n). 2. dedicate, of formal opening of a new house Dt20 5S ; dedicate, consecrate temple 1 K8 B =2 Ch7 s (all sq. ace.) tTfiDH n.pr.m. 1. son of Cain On 4™" © Eko>x, @L Evuir. 2. son of Jered (line of Seth), the pious Enoch, who walked with God and was taken by him Gn 5 "<-i">-h»" i Ch i* © ¥.va>x- 3. 'Hbn a son of Midian Gn 25* i Ch 1 s3 , © E«ax- 4. 'Htin a son of Reuben Gn 46" Ex 6" Nu 26 s 1 Ch <j 3 , © Ewo X . "hDin adj. gent, rfljtiq 4, only c. art.'nn =subst. coll. Nu 26 s . T [T^H J adj. trained, tried, experienced, only pi. sf. 'm'-a >t^ vapn, Gn 14 14 i.e. his tried and trusty men, born in his house. Tn32n n.f. dedication, consecration, as a matter of usage only P and late (NH nayn Feast of Dedication ; so Aram. NTiayn) — a bs. 'n Ne 12 27 ; cstr. n?3n Nu 7 10 + 6 1.; dedication of wall of Jerus. Ne I2 2727 , by sacrifices and processions, with music ; of altar in temple 2 Ch 7 9 ; of 'the house' ty 30' (title), i.e. the temple (re-dedication by Judas Maccab., 1 Mace. 4 52B ), v. 01 Bae al. (opp. De), and esp. Che OP2S4, w ■ i= . l ea ^ ca tion-offering for altar in taber- nacle Nu 7 10 (ace. c WT£1), cf. £»?-)irns ranjv najen ruar$ v u , also v 8489 (all P; v Di Nu 7 20 ). tnSn n.f. hook fastened in jaw, fish-hook (NH id., Aram. KTian)— abs. 'n Jb 40 s3 + 2 t.; .nan n^a '•ybfcrh* Is iq 8 (||DVi"in rib fl nana Hb I 15 (of D"1K, who, v 14 , is comp. to BJO ?J, and fcUft), cf. nana jrijp *|fcton jb 4 o 2i . 02n v. sub pn. t^NOXI n.pr.m. (perh. = i>N"pn)— Jere- miah's cousin, son of his uncle Je 32 7 - 8 ', cf. n't 'n v 12 ; © Ava^r,).. t^Q^n] n.[m.] only ^JH3 ^78* (on form v. Dr SmpW ) as instr. of destroying syco- mores (||"H?); meaning conject.; ©2} frost.

  • f"L l^ri vb. shew favour.be gracious (NH

id., Aram, pn, ^1; Ar. ^ yearn towards, long for, be merciful, compassionate, favourable, inclined towards; Sab. }n in n.pr. OiTVaDD [n j)jjHI!mr.Mta.«i. pj, p n j n j n f avour . t an( i n.pr. as pn^X, i>5/3:jn ; As. in deriv. annu, grace, favour, unninu, teninu nannu, id., Lotz TP Zim BP23 ' a8 )— Qal Pf &} Gn 33 s ; sf. P?0 On 33"; Pin; 2 S 12"; tan Ex 33 19 ; «:PI La 4"; 7m;>/. PDJ Am 5 13 ; ^ Dt 28 30 ; |rm 2 K I3 23 ; sf. 1?rp"Gn43» Is 30 19 ; ^(W Nu6 a ; p

pn U3IT Is27 u Jb 33 s4 ; 1MJT ,j,6f 123 2 Mai i 9 ; jHn ',/, 59 6 ; 8 f. Dann Dt 7 2 '; (HK Ex 33 19 ; Imv. sf.^MPl ^ 4 S + 1 7 t. ■fV' J ^?.? n + 9" (Bae 1- P ts - ^D); «8? Is 33 s V 123"; ,Mn Ju 21 22 ; W Jbig"*j 7n/. abs. fa Is 30"; cs«r. ni3n ^ 77 '»; pijan ^ 102 14 ; tsxin is 30 18 ; 7 J «. pn Pr 14"; )r ty 37 21 + 5 t. ^i//- Pr. — favour, shew favour; 1. of man: a. Ju 21 a favour us with them (2 ace; i.e. by giving them to us), b. in dealing with the poor, needy, and orphans, abs. yjr 37 51M = 112 5 ; cacc. Pr 14 31 io 17 28 s ; c. ? ^ 109' by considering and sparing, c. ace. Dt 7 s 28 50 La 4 16 Jb 19 2121 . 2. of God, a. in the bestowal of favours, with ace. Gn 33" (E), 43 s9 (J), Nu 6* (P), 2 S 1 2 12 ; double ace. Gn 33* (E), 'Mn ini'.D fe gracious unto me (in giving) <Ay Zaw V<- 119 29 . b. usually in the bestowal of redemption from enemies, evils, and sins; abs. ^ 77 10 , elsewhere c. ace. Ex 33" 19 (JE), Am 5 M 2 K 13 23 Is 27" 30 1819 " 33 2 Mai i 9 f 4 2 6 3 9" 25 16 26 11 27 7 30 11 31'° 41 5 " 51 3 56 s 57" 59 6 67 s 86 316 102" 119 58132 123 233 Jb 33 24 .— Jb 1 9 17 v. II. pn. Niph. Pf 2 fs. mm Je 22 s3 be pitied (cf.lW ■/""«) but ® @ 93 express groan (i.e. 1?™$.), which is favoured by context, and adopted by Hi Ew Gf Gie al. Pi. Impf. 3 ms. make gracious, favourable ^iP HO"! Pr 26 26 . Fo'el Impf. 3 ms. rfireci favour to (Ges» %1 ) Ojfr W^T^ ^io2 16 ; Pt. a> °.}V. f?.i n ? Pr 1 4 21 . Hopb. 7mp/ ID; be shewn favour, consideration Is 2 6 10 Pr 2 1 10 . Hitbp. Pf. z ms. nn??nnn 1 K 9 s + 5 t. Pf. ; Impf P.nrm 2 K i 13 ; "fjnnm Est8 3 ; fsnns ^ 3 o 9 + etc.'+6t.^Impf.; Inf. -|3nnn^ Est 4 8 ; iJinnna G1142'- 1 — seek-m- implore favour : 1. of man, with b« Gn 42 21 (E) 2 K7 13 ! with |> Jb 19 16 Est 4 8 8 3 . 2. of God, with "^ Dt 3 s3 iK 8 33 - 47 =2Ch6 37 , Jb8 5 ^30 9 142 3 ; with b Ho 12 6 Jb 9 ,s ; with ":eb 1 K 8 59 9 s 2 Ch 6 24 . ' fl. ]n njn.**-' favour, grace;— 'n Gn6 8 + 67 t.; sf. 13n Gn 39 21 ; — 1. favour, grace, ele- gance : a. of form and appearance, of a woman ll'B*; Pr 3 1 30 ; jn n3>N Pr n 16 ; in naiB nan Na

4 ; of a doe Pr5 19 ; precious stone jn J3N Pr 

17 8 ; ofornamentsPr i 9 =4 9 , 3 s2 . b. of speech, lips ^45 3 Pr22 n ; wordsEcio 12 . 2. favour, acceptance: a. with men Pr 13" 2 2 1 Ec 9". b. with God Zc 4" 1 2 10 ; chiefly in phrases : ^JO t n V?XO find favour in the eyes of: (1) men GH30 27 32* 33 81015 34 n 39 4 47 M!9 5<> 4 Nu 3 2» (all J); Dt 24 1 Ru 2 21013 1 S i 18 16 22 20 329 25 s 27' 2 S 14 22 16 4 iKii" Est 5 8 7 s ; (2) of God Gn 6" 1 8 s 19 19 Ex 33 12 13131617 34' Nu n 1116 (all J); Ju6 17 2S15 26 Pr 3 4 ; abs. jn XVD (with man) Pr 28 10 ; (with God) Je 31 2 ; VJsi' jn KVO Est8 5 (i.e. of the king); >yy2 jn ]m give favour in the eyes of(i) man Gn39 21 Ex 3 s1 1 I 3 I2 M (J); abs. jn jna of man ^ 84"; (2) of God Pr 3 s4 ; TS? ! n *&) obtain favour in the eyes o/Est 2 16 ; of the king 5 2 ; so Vxf? "IDm jrrNfrrn Est 2 17 . Q2n subst., used chiefly in the accus. as adv. (cf. As. anndma, in vain, Dl K7,rr44 ; from JO, with aff. D— , which is sometimes found in substantives proper, as D?D ; and pr. names, but is more partic. used with substs. applied ad- verbially, as BC*, BiDK, DT3W, D^: Sta' 293 Ba 1 " 54216 ) — lit. out of favour; i.e. a. gratis, gratuitously, for nothing, B3n 13^ to serve for nought Gn 29 15 Jb I 9 , Is 52 s to be sold (fig.) for nought y*; Ex2i 2U D3H N£ to go out (from slavery) freely, for nothing, Nu n 5 which we used to eat in Eg. for nought, Je 22 13 1 Ch 21 24 ; in the genitive 2 S 24 s4 B|n flipj? i.e. burnt- offerings which cost nothing (in the || iCh2i 24 the constr. is changed), b. for no purpose, in vain Pr i 17 Mai i 10 : once B3P1 bx (cf. b* 7) Ez 6 10 . C. gratuitously, without cause, undeser- vedly, esp. of groundless hostility or attack I S19 5 B3n JVDn? to slay David without cause, 25" ^35" 109 3 H9 m D?n »)«7», Pn" 3 30 23 M Jb 2 3 'n ^b, 9 17 2 2 6 Ez 1 4 s3 , f 35'" and 69 s D3n Wis my haters without cause, La 3 s2 ^'K D3n ; in the genitive 1 K 2 31 Dan W blood shed without cause (cf. 1 S 25 31 ), Pr 24* T 1)) ^ri^N I??. 3 , 26 s 'n n?pp. the causeless curse. •j-n. in n.pr.m. (favour) — contemp. of Zerubbabel Zc 6 14 , so RV SS We, but RVm Ew Hi Ke Or grace, favour, kindness. tpn n.[m.] is - )?? pn Jb 41 4 the grace of his proportions (=?0 Aram. Wn) so AV RV Thes De Volck Da al. ; meaning not very ap- propr. in context (description of crocodile); but nothing better has been proposed ; v. sugges- tions in Di. tn2n n.pr.f. ®'A VV a (cf.Nab.njnEut* - 20 ), mother of Samuel 1 S j"^"**" 2 121 . tpn n.pr.m. (gracious; cf. Sab. pn, Ph. N*3n) — 1. one of the warriors of David 1 Ch II . 2. one of the heads of families of Nethinim Ezr 2 46 = Ne 7 49 . 3. names of Levites Ne 8 7 io 11 13 3 . 4. chiefs of the people: a. Ne io 23 . b. Ne io 27 . 5. Benja- mite name 1 Ch S aM o 44 (cf. n.pr.loc. |# m, p2n

Mish. |jn -iB3). e. Wfifn B*N head of a prophetic guild, |jn 'JS J e 35*. 'p2nn.pr.ni. (favoured; cf. As. I/anunu, king of Gaza COT on 2 K is 89 );—!, an Am- monite king 2 S io 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 1 Ch iff** 4 *. 2. Jewish chiefs, contemporaries of Nehemiah : a. Ne 3 13 . b. Ne 3 s0 . T|12n adj. gracious, only used as an attribute of God, as hearing the cry of the vexed debtor Ex 2 2 26 (covt. code), || Dirvg ^ 1 1 6 s ; elsewhere in the earlier phrase psm Dirn Ex 34 6 (JE) = i/,86 15 103 8 , or the later birni pan 2 Ch 30 9 Ne 9 ,7S1 yj, 1 n 4 1 1 2 * 1 45 s Jo 2 13 Jon 4 2 . tnr^n n.f. favour HJ^n Dab ffiKT6 /w»7Z shew you no favour Je 1 6 13 (v. on form Ba NB m ). + L T^X^n n.pr.m. (favour of El; cf. Ph. /jnjn, JTipPDJn (Hamilcar) /awwr 0/ Melqart; Nab. bton Vog N ° 10 ) — 1. prince of tribe of Manasseh Nu 34 23 . 2. a chief of the tribe of Asher 1 Ch 7 s9 . T7N3:n n.pr.m. (El is gracious; cf. Ph. ?y2J3n, pi"l7X, etc.) — name of a tower at Jeru- salem Je 31 s8 Zc 14 10 Ne 3 1 12 39 . t"n;n n.pr.m. (fn+TTIl favour of Ha- dad) — Levite chief Ezr 3" Ne 3 1824 io 10 . t "02J1 n.pr.m. (perh. abbrev. from foil.) ; — 1. father of the prophet Jehu 1 K 16 17 2 Ch 16 7 19 2 20 s4 . 2. brother of Nehemiah Ne i 2 7 2 . 3. a chief musician of David 1 Ch25 42S . 4. a chief musician in time of Nehemiah Ne 12 s6 . 5. a priest of Ezra's time Ezr io 20 . TirP32n, iTOXI n.pr.m. C 11 hath been gra- cious) — © 'Kvavlas; *MgJ : (ei VtWl on Israel, seal, Ganneau JA,F,,v -- M '™ 1883 ' I28 - ,, °- 1 )_l. father of a prince under Jehoiakim Je 36 12 . 2. captain of Uzziah's army 2 Ch 26". 3. chief of one of the divisions of musicians of David 1 Ch 25 s3 = rPMPl v 4 . — rn?n : 4. a false prophet of Jere- miah's 'time Je 28 1 - 5101112131616 ". 5. one of the three companions of Daniel Dn i 6 - 71119 . 6. grandfather of an officer of the guard in Jeremiah's time Je 37 13 . 7. a son of Zerub- babel 1 Ch 3 1921 . 8. a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 24 . . various postexilic persons, a. Ezr io 28 . b. Ne 3 8 . c. Nes 30 . d. Ne7 2 . e. Ne io 24 . f. Ne i2 12 - 41 . t]j~£n n.pr.loc. place in the tribe of Zebu- lun Jos 19 14 ; © Afio>8, AEvva0a>6, ©L Avada>6 ; site unknown; ace. to Cornier =Talm. Caphar ppn Hanania (Nbr **'- "'™) en the border of Upper and Lower Galilee, mod. Kefr' Anan, Survey WPI - 205 - 207 . t L ^jnri n.f. favour, supplication for favour;— 'n Jos 1 i M -r 4t.; cstr.ri3nn t k 8 3o.»s.sj. wnri Je 3 7 20 +5t.; onvtinn 2Ch6 3 »etc. + iot! sf.J — 1. favour, shewn by Israel Jos n J0 (D); HUT nXD Ezr9 8 . 2. supplication for favour, from God 1 K 8 aM 2 Ch 33 13 ^ 119 170 ; || n^eri

k 8 28 = 2 ch 6», * 6» 55 2 ; wnn(i) rbm  k 

S .«.49. M _. 2 Ch 6 nMM lKg Z. t,l, ann -^ , fl , K »(= JWW 2 Ch 6 21 ); <$ 'n %n let Os sup- plication fall before, Yahweh Je 36 7 , the king Je 37 20 , Jeremiah Je 42 s ; ^B? 'T ;»3n present supplication before, Yahweh Je 42 s Dn 9 s0 , the king Je 28™. f 11. i"Tjnri n.pr.m. one in the line of Judah

ch 4 12 . T 

^[P-D^] n.[m.]onlypl.abstr. supplica- tion for favour; — abs.D^ynn Pr i8 23 +4t.; cstr. ^qi? Je 3 21 2Ch6 21 ; 8f.i8.^«'nriV28 2 etc.,-(-9t.sf.; also VliJUnn ,/, 86 6 ;— 1. made to men : 'n Tf) (a poor man to the rich) Pr 1 8 n ; ?$ 'T1 supplica- tion unto (crocodile to man) Jb40 27 ; elsewhere . to God: || ni?sn f 143 1 Dn 9 3,7 ; ^anmete 'n

Ch 6 21 (=n»m 1 K 8 30 ); 'n bp voice of sup- 

plication f 28 s - 6 3 1 23 86 6 130 2 140 7 , also ii6 2 (for "p is old case-ending, and cstr. as © SSCheBae al.); || "33 Je 3 i 9 ; 11 <33 Je 3 J1 ; 'm jn rrn Zc 12 10 ; fis 1 ? 'n ayHQ vrm Dn 9 18 we are presenting our supplications before thee; 'n njnra Dn g a at the beginning of thy sup- plication. t n - [ j^?] be loathsome (cf. Ar. Hiii x. foetorem emisit (puteus); Syr. JxoL rancid); —only '303 *$fi Vbtn Jb 19 17 and I am loath- some to the sons of my womb (|| iTTT v. n."W), so RVm Ew De Di al. (On the tone' v. De.) t D3H n.pr.loc. Is 30 4 in Lower Egypt, on island in Nile, S. of Memphis (|| JS'3f)= Egypt. Hnnstn [*Hnense, As. JJininSi; Herodot. " 137 "Avva-is, afterward Ileracleopolis magna, now A hnds ; v. Steindorfl' BA3 '■ m . t E pv] vb - be Polluted, profane (Ar. '— » ■" incline, decline, hence i__a^». inclining to a right state, but in Heb. of inclining away from right, irreligion, profaneness, cf. ■ VI have a 1. i'Z . i.e.distortionoffoot; Syr.indeiiv. z fpn

-ron be ]>rofane, etc.; NH Hiph., Aram. Aph. act falsely toward, flatter, fiDUn hypocrisy; As. hanpu, ruthlessness ; handpu, exercise ruthless- ness toward, Tel Amarna Zim ZA "' 1891SM )— Qal Pf- 3 ^ nun Is 2 4 6 ; 3 pi. «?n J e 23"; /mp/. 3 fs. 1?™? Je3'; HJnn Mi 4"; «|3nm J e 3 9 V' 106 38 ; /«/. a6s. I^n J e 3 1 ; — 1. 6e polluted: of land Is 24 s Je 3" f 106 38 ; of Zion Mi 4 11 . 2. of prophet and priest = be HP.H (of. infr.) i.e. profane, godless Je 23 11 . — Je 3" appar. trans. ptffl m (BJ*!, Gf del. nK, Gie cites Ges* m ' but rd. rather Hiph. n?n^l with Codd. ® Ew al. (v. also Gf Gie). Hiph. Impf *?%$. Nu 3s 33 Dn II s3 ; 2 fs. , B , 3rwi J e 3 2 ; 2 mpl. ^5nn ;_ 1. pollute: the land Nu SS 33 ' 33 ^ blood; P), Je 3 s (by idolatry, etc.) 4- Je 3° (v. supr.) 2. make profane, godless Dn 1 1 33 c. ace. pers. tf^n n.[m.] profaneness — 'n Dibj)? Is 3 2* to practise profaneness ( + n?3J ( J1K ( nyifi). T F)3n adj . profane, irreligious (Syr. A±L profane, hence oft. heathen, apostate; Ar. 1 » ■ i ^- inclining to a right state, esp. i/te <rwe religion, a Muslim)— abs. 'n Jb8 13 + 10 t.; pi. t^Bjn Is 33 14 ; "^C 1 Jb 36 13 ^- 35 16 ; — profane, godless: of persons, T D"JK Jb 34 30 ; 'n ^ Is io 6 ; as subst. godless man Is 9 16 (|| JPD) Jb 8 13 13 16 17 8 20 5 27 s Prn 9 ; coll.'n nnj) Jb 15 34 ; pi. Is 33"; a^wn Jb 36 13 ; Jivo ^yb ,B ?D 3 V 35 16 «« ;^°- _/ime men, mockers for cake (i.e. table-jesters; on cstr. v. Ges sl30S ), but txt. dub. (v. Che crltn - Bae). THSpn (so Baer ; van d. H ns:n) n.f. pro- faneness, pollution, Je 23 15 . -j- [p J PT] v"b. strangle (NH id., Aram. raj, aL. ; Ar. Jli) ;— Nipt. Impf IJ30Q 2 S

7 13 strangled himself ( + no;i). Pi. Pt. PSTO 

Na 2 13 strangle, of lion strangling prey, fig. of Ninevitish king (object not expressed). Tp2hb n.[m.] strangling, suffocation, as a mode of death, ^M ping nnarn. Jb 7" and my soul chooseth strangling (|| I"I1D). ]h2n v. sub pn. t !■ PP*?] ▼*■ 1. be good, kind (NH npn in deriv. Tpn pious; Aram. "IPD 6« &t'nd, «u7rf (then beg), chiefly in deriv. N^Dn etc.; cf. perh. Ar. '<■- usu. pi. they assembled, sq. J </*ei/ combined for him, and took 2>ains to stew him courtesy Lane 07 * , v. also K,S Proph - 1,n - 9 (and Schu AE v. in Thes); >Thes al. who find primary meaning in eager zeal or desire (|| Nip), whence develop kindness (as above), and envy Ar. j . ■ ' ■■ > , jJI*. ercw/ (vb. & n.), Aram. Hpn be put to shame, +oaL, ipn reproach, revile, v. II. IDn)— only Hithp. /r/ijo/ pnnn TDPTDy thou sliewest thyself kind 2 8 22 26 =i/ei8 26 . — On Pi. Pr 25 10 v. II. IDn. < f 1. 1Dn 247 n.m. 2816 - 17 goodness, kindness; — abs.'n Gn24 13 + 85t.; ipn Gn39 2, + 12 t.; cstr.npn 1 s 2o 14 + 8 1.; sf.^PD f s 9 18 + r2 ot. sfs.; pl.'cnpn Gn 3 2 u ; cstr.Hpn Is55 3 +5t. (Baer jM » n Ges * * * » *•); sf. npqNe 1 3" + 1 o t. sfs. ; (not in H or P). I. of man : 1 . kindness of men towards men, in doing favours and bene- fits 1 S 20 16 2 S 16" f 1 4 1 5 Pr 19 22 20 6 ; nW 'n 1 S 20 H the kindness of '> (such as he shews, Thes MV ; that sworn to by oath to Yahweh Mich Dathe; shewn out of reverence to Yahweh Tii Ke), cf. cmb* 'n 2 S9 3 ; 'n-niin p r 3 i 26 instruction in kindness, kindly instruction '"JQy *lDn nfc>y do or shew kindness (in dealing) with me Gn 20 13 40 14 (E), I S 20" 2 S io 2 ('By in || 1 Ch 19 2 ); c. D» Gn2i 23 (E), 24 1214 Jos a U.U Ju l2 4^J^ g* j g I5 6 2 g 2 5 gS 9 1.3. 7) IQ 2. = iChi 9 2 *, iChi 9 2b 2 Ch 24 s2 ; c. by 1S20 8 ; c. p 1 K 2 7 ; ^D? 'n KEO obtain kindness before Est2 917 ; 'n 3W1 Ru3 10 . 2. kindness (espe- cially as extended to the lowly, needy and miserable), mercy Pr 20 28 Jb 6 14 ; IDn B"N mer- ciful man Pr 1 1 17 (opp. 'IJpN) ; 71 ^pp merciful kings 1 K 20 s1 ; 'n TWy ty 109 16 ; in this sense usu. with other attributes (v. also infr. II. 2); Hn&tt H04 1 Isi6 5 ; nottl 'n Pr 3 3 14 22 16 6 20 28 ; no*0 'n n'E>y Gn 24 49 47 s9 Jos 2 14 (J ; RV gives these under 1); || npnx Hoio 12 ; 'ni npTi Pr 21 21 ; UDDBto Mi6 8 ; BBWD1 'n Ho 12 7 ; || I?.in yfriog"; D^»mi 'n Zc 7 9 Dn I 9 .— (On Ho 6 46 v. 3 infr.) 3. (rarely) affection of Isr. to love to God, piety: IJTWJ ' n Je 2* piety of thy youth (||Zow of thine espousals to Yahweh); poss. also "^"IJy? Pa^Dn Ho 6 4 your piety is like a morning cloud (fleeting), and IDPI '3 n3r«?l WSSn Ho 6 6 for piety I delight in and not in peace-offering (||d-6k njH, cf. I S15 22 ); —so Wii Now Hi (v 4 ) Che ; Ke Hi (v 6 ) al. sub 2 (orl);— npn 't^K men of piety Is 57 1 (|| P^S); pi. pious acts 2 Ch 32 s2 35 26 Ne 1 3 14 . 4. lovely appearance: iTlfrn J^SS i' ! Ipn _ ?3Is40 6 aZ? its love- liness as theflower of the field (so Thes Hi De Che Di al.; but 86£a® 1 Pet i 24 & gloria 23 favour an original reading itin Lo or i"U3 Ew, see non

rnon Br MP37 5; DuiTjq). II. of God: kindness, lovingkindness in condescending to the needs of his creatures. He is D^DH their goodness, favour Jon 2 9 ; ^Dn ^ 144*; "ton vfoj God of my kindness ty 59 18 ; in v n rd. VlDn *rpt< my God with his kindness <5 33 Ew Hup De Pe Che Bae ; his is the kindness ^ 6 2 13 ; it is with him |i 30 7 ; he delights in it Mi 7 18 . 1. specif, lovingkind- ness: a. inredemption from enemies and troubles Gn 19" 39 21 (J), Ex i5 I3 (song), Je 3 i 3 Ezrf 8 9 9 V,2i 8 3 i 1 ^32 1 »33

36 8n 42 9 44 27 48 u, 59 17 66 20 
s 90 14 94 18 io7 815 - 2 '- 31 143 812 Jb37 13 Ru 

men should trust in it i/r i3 6 52 10 ; rejoice in it V^i 8 ; hope in it^33 18 l47 n . b. in preservation of life from death ^6 5 86 13 Jb io 12 . C. inquick- ening of spiritual life ty 109 26 1 i9« , - 7,>88 - 1S4 - M, - Iw . d. in redemption from sin 1^25' 51 3 . e. in keeping the covenants, with Abraham Mi 7 20 ; with Moses and Israel "ipn(n)1 JV"13n "DB' keep- eth the covenant and the lovingkindness Dt 7 912

K 8 23 = 2 Ch 6 14 , Ne I 6 9 32 Dn 9 4 ; with David 

and his dynasty 2 S 7 15 = 1 Ch 17 13 , 2 S 22" =

  • i8 SI , iK3 66 =2Chi 8 ,V'89 29 - 34 ; with the wife

Zion Is 54 10 . 2. "IDn is grouped with other divine attributes : flDKI 1DPI kindness (loving- kindness) and fidelity Gn24 27 (J), ^25'° 40 1112

4 6 1 8 85 11 89 1S 115 1 1 38 s ; dj? now 'n n'e>y 
S 2 6 15 20 (®, v. Dr) ; DDK, 'n 2T Ex 34 s (JE), 

also || DDK Mi 7 20 V' 26 3 1 1 7 2 ; || TOOK

s 92 s ; r ft njfflM f 89 25 ; TODK1 'n i/' 

^86 15 - ^88'

s ; gcrem V' 77 9 ; D*»mi 'n Je 16 5 Ho 2 21 

^io3 4 ; BBWI 'n Jeg 23 Vf 101 1 ; ||npix^36 11 ; 'ni 310 ^ 23 6 . 3. the kindness of God is a. abundant: "iprr3*1 abundant, plenteous in kindness (goodness) Nu 14 18 (J), Ne 9 17 (Qr), Jo 2 13 Jon 4 2 f 86 5 103 8 (cf. Ex 34 6 JE ; f 86 15 ); <f^n 3T Ne 1 3 s2 ^ 5 8 69 14 106' (© 33 Aq X, to be preferred to MT T1P0); 1°7pn 3i La3 32 ^ 1 o6 45 (Kt ® in both to be preferred), b. great in extent : ' n ?~fi greatness of thy mercy Nu 1 4 19 (J) ; TTpna yfr 1 45 s ; it is kept for thousands Ex 3 4 7 ( JE), Je 3 2 18 , esp. of those connected with lovers of ' Ex 2 o 6 = Dt 5 10 ; for 1 000 generations Dt 7 9 ; it is great as the heavens yjr 57 11 103 11 , cf. 36 s 108 s ; the earth is full of it ^ 33 s 119". C. everlasting: VlDn dSv^ Je 33 11 1 Ch 16 s4 - 41 2 Ch5 13 7" 20 21 Ezr 3 11 ^ ioo 5 106 1 107 1 1 18 12 - .4.29 I36 l-26(26t.). Q^ ^ Dn ^ j jgS. Q^ 'f, D^IV 1JTI ^103"; D^y 'n Is 54 8 ; !>3 i>x 'n DVH + 52 3 . d. ^ooi: ^DH SiB" 1 ? ^,69" io 9 21 ; D"TO TlDn 310 13 ,/, 63 4 . 4. pi. mercies, deeds of kindness, the historic displays of loving- kindness to Israel : shewn to Jacob Gn32 u (R); but mostly late Is 63 7 f 25" 89 s ; vnDn 3i3 I 8 63 7 , see 3 a; promised in the Davidic covenant f 89 s0 ; TJ ^TRO mercies to David Is 55 s 2 Ch 6 4z ; mercies in general La 3 m ^ 17 7 107 4 " — IDn i n n.pr.m. 'n _ |3 v. sub f3. On Lv 20 17 Pr 1 4 s4 v. 11. "IDn sub II. IDn. TTpn adj.m. kind,pious (so, as denoting active practice of "ion, kindness, Thes MV De and most, cf. "VXiJ, TpB etc.; >Hup on i/m* R.Vm who expl. as passive reception of s I??, cf. T3fe>, TDK etc.; its use as attribute of . God Je 3 12 i/c 145 17 , and the context ty 1 2 1 Mi 7' etc., favour active sense) — 'n V' 4 4 + 9 1. ; 1T?0 Dt33 8 ^89 20 ; fT9qtx6 M ; P^D^Tpq f 149 16 ; sf. HW ^ 5 o 6 ; ITpq 1 S 2 9 + 15 t.'sfe.;— 1. kind: a. of man IDnnn 'n DV traM tffo /fcmd <Aow shewest thyself kind 2 S 2 2 26 =i/r 18 26 . b. of wing of ostrich iTVDfl n l?K DN Jb 39 13 t's it a kindly pinion ? poss. with play on HTpn n.f. stork (is the ostrich kind like the stork ?). c. of God, only Je 3 12 ^ 1 4 5 17 . 2 . ^h'oms, gw%, either as exhibition of 'duteous love' toward God (Che OP378 ), or (in view of rarity of such passages as Ho 6 4,6 Je 2 2 , and their possible ambiguity) because kindness, as prominent in the godly, comes to imply other attributes, and to be a designation of the godly character, piety: a. as adj. — TDfl K? '13 a nation, not pious,— ungodly ^ 43 1 . b. elsewh. as subst.: sing., a pious man, the godly ^4 4 12 2 32 s 86", IpC* Mi7 2 ; (thy) pious one{s) ^i6 10 (Kt pi.), 1 S 2 9 (Qr pi.) Pr 2 8 , 1 Jpn B*K men of thy pious one Dt 33 s (Moses, v. Di ; others, the man, thy godly one, i.e. Levi); pi. the pious, godly, those of the people who were faithful, devoted to God's service, only in Psalter and chiefly, if not entirely, in late Psalms ij/ 149 1 ' 5 ; his pious ones

  • 3°' 3i M 37* 85 9 97'° "° 15 148 14 149 9 ; thy

pious ones -^ 52" 79 s 8g w i32 9 =2Ch6 41 , i/' 1 45 10 ; my pious ones ^ 50 5 , her (Zion's) pious i/f I32 16 . — (In Maccab. age, trvvayayt) 'Aatdaiav denoted, technically, the party of the pious, who opposed the Hellenization of Judaea, v. 1 Mace 2 42 7 13 2 Mace 14 6 and Che OP48 ' M ; so perhaps ^ 116 15 149 169 .) fi. HT'pn n.f. stork (so called as kind and affectionate to its young) — Lvn 19 =Dt 14 18 , ^io4 17 Je8 7 Zc5 9 . TiTHpn n.pr.m. {Yah is kind) son of Zerubbabel'i Chs 20 . z 2 DBDH t [DQDn] vb. only Pt. pass, (scaled off) scale-like (appar. redupl. fr. * *|Dn for fpBDn, v. Ew ,m ' Ol" 214 - 276 Ges* 666 Sta' 291 ; Kb 1 ' 260 thinks euphon. for H^p™? ! *° De c °mp. are Ar. <_a „*. £,, havescab, itch(Yrey; but u £ = D'!); Aram. NBpn potsherd, KJT3BDn « C aZe (of fish), scurf; Eth. fu^: scabiosus fuit Di 687 and Ex 1 6") — hence DBDTO scaled off, scale-like, as @ X Thes EobGes'jIV SS VB;— of the manna 1B33 PI DBpTO pT Exi6 14 a fine, scale- like thing, fine as the hoar-frost. iDn vb. lack, need, be lacking, de- " T crease (v. Lag BN143 ; NH "it?n cause to lack or fail, diminish (act.), and deriv.; Aram. ipn, tM*t, want, lack, and deriv., cf. Ph. "lDTO, v. "IIBITO infr.; Ar. ILi remove, strip off; disap- pear, retire (of water), fail (of sight), etc.; perh. also Eth. 1tl£; be inferior, worthless, diminisfied Di 590 and deriv.)— Qal Pf 3 ms. 'n 1 K 17 16 ; 2m8.J?"ipnDt2 7 ; spl.lipnNeo 21 ; 1 pi. «")pn Je44 18 ;' Impf. "IDIV Dt iJ5*+at.; "1pm Pr 3 i» EC9 8 ; 3fs. ipPin I K If" Pr 13*; 2 ms. iprw Dt 8 9 ; 1 s. ipW ^ 23 1 ; pi. viprp ^ 34 » Ez 4"; rpn>l Gn 8 3 ; ' ,! nprp Gn 18 28 ; /«/ c««r. "ipq Pr 1 o 21 Ew * ■ *, cf. Ges •* , »; a6s. iton Gn 8 6 ; ' P«. ipn 1 K II 22 Ec io 3 (v.lpn infr.);— 1. lack : a. c. ace. Gn 1 8* (J) perchance thefifty righteous lack five, Dt 2' thou hast not lacked anything, 8 9 Je 44 18 1 K 11 22 Ez 4 17 + 34" Pr 31 11 , cflalso 3.?""^P03 Pr io" 1 by lacking intelligence (sense), (Di puts here Dt 1 5 8 , v. infr.) b. abs. be in want, want yjr 23 1 Pr 13 25 Ne 9 21 . 2. be lack- ing, & 'nj ifN iifanp Dt 15 8 fe"s ?«c£ (i.e. thing needed), which is lacking to him (possible also is, which he lacks for himself, so Di, v. supr.); |BB> Tp-^K ^N^y Ec 9 8 oil on thy head let it not be lacking; v. also abs. Is 51" Ct 7 3 , and "IDH to? Ec io 3 his sense is lacking; of jar of oil 1 K 17 1416 (abs.) by meton. for the oil itself (cf. || D?3 be consumed, exhausted). 3. diminish, decrease, of waters Gn 8 3 (P), cf. "torn !p$n v 5 (P), waters continually diminished (v. "|?n

ncn supr. p. 2 33 b ). Pi. cause to lack, c. ace. pers., Impf. 2 ms. sf. twfyjg BVD inipnni ^ 8 6 awrf i/wu dlicZsf make him lack little of God ; Pt. rotoe 'wrnti ignoft Ec 4 8 for whom am I labouring and depriving myself of good things t Hiph. Pf. Tpnn Ex 1 6 18 ; Impf. tqtV. IS32 6 ;— cause to be lacking, fail, c. ace. rei TP SOS nj3?*D Is 32 s ; <Ae dn'?iA o/</ae thirsty he causeth to fail (||3jn B>BJ pnnj>) ; abs. Ex 16" (P), he that gathered little caused no lack. T"Cn n.m. rr2K,sa want, poverty — alw. abs.; UK3* 'fl Pr 28 s2 «/an< *7tatt come to him; |||B3 hunger Jb 30 3 . tiDn n.[m.] want, lack (Lag 83 "")— only cstr. On^ 11 Am 4"; & 'n Dt 28 48W . T^Dn adj. needy, lacking, in want of — 'n abs. Ec 6 2 ; cstr. "ipn 1 S 2 1 "' + 1 3 t. ; — needy, in want of KH D'JMB'O 'n 1 S 2 1 I6 am I in want of madmen ? 2 S 3 29 tn need of bread, so Pr 1 2 9 ; usu. 3?— ipn lacking understanding, sense Pr 6 s2 7 7 9 416 io 13 1 1 12 12 11 15 2 .?-'n D1K Pr i7 18 24 30 ; rfOOQ T TM p r 28 16 ; ipn «r(c '21 730 itJ'BJ? Ec6 2 neither is he lacking for his soul in aught of (jD part.) all that he desireth. trnpn n.pr.m. grandfather of Shallum who was husband of Huldah the prophetess (® AE<ro-<p!7,@L A<rcp) = Dnnn 2 K 22 14 (© Apaas, @L Afya). tp^Cn n.m. thing lacking, deficiency (Lag BN 198 ) — only ntonb b&mb 'n Ec 1 15 what is lacking cannot be counted. t-yiDnC, "ibTO n.[m.] need, thing needed, poverty; — 'd abs. Pr 1 1"+ 6 t.; cstr. Jui8 10 i9 19 ; sf.1")iDnp JU19 20 ; TiDnpPr6"; nbno Dt 15 8 ; pi. tLYpJB Pr 24 s4 ;— 1. need= thing needed ilbnp *J Dt 1 5" enough for his need (sq. £ -IDIV lEfc, cf. ipn v b.) ; ^J 'D _ b Ju 1 9 20 aZZ </ty need be upon me (for me to provide). . lack, want "9^1 ' D ?^ Ju l81 ° MC) laci: °f anything, 1 9 19 ^ 34 10 . 3. in gen., need, poverty Pr 6" (llefc-^24 34 (|| B*"!), n" 14 23 21 5 22 16 28 27 ; 'O ^'X 2 1 17 a man of poverty. f]11 v. 11. t|Dn. f [iSJ2n] vb. do secretly (prop, cover, = nsn, q.v.)-— only Pi. Impf. onan . . . warn a«ci <Ae;/ di<£ things secretly 2 K 1 7 9 . t[H2n] vb. cover (NH id., esp. Pi.; Aram. N?n ; ka— (esp. Pa.); Ar. { Jl£. be hidden, Jit hide)— Qal Pf «"? 2Si 5 ' 30 +3t.; Pt. ««9 2 S15 30 ; cstr. ,! lBn Est 6 12 ;— cower the head (^1), in token of grief 2 S 15 s0 Je 14 34 ; pt. agrees with 't 2 S 1 5 s0 ; #*n "IBn (|| b?N) Est 6 12 ; in token of sentence of death Est 7". Niph. Pt. f. neru + 68 13 (': rw 'bjo), c. a nm

of material. Pi. Pf. (late) flBn 2Ch 3 89 ; Imp/. *&$ 2 Ch 3 7 ; sf. «KJJJ 2 Ch 3 s - 8 ; owrZay sq. 2 ace. (one of material) 2 Ch 3 "M-». . ncn, 11. nen v. sub ^an.

  • P?v] vbl *• to trepidation, hurry, or

alarm (Ar. jii hasten, incite, urge); — Qal Impf. TiBIT Jb 40 23 ; ITBHTI Dt 20 s ; Inf. cstr. sf. T?0? V' 3 l23 "6"; Pija'na 2 S 4 4 ; Djsna 2 K 7 16 Qr (Kt Disnn) ; — 1. be in a hurry or aZarwi, of hurried flight 2 S 4* 2 K 7 15 ; Inf. c. 3= noun, in my alarm V'Si 23 116 11 ; be alarmed Dt 20 s (|| IK-iti), Jb 40 23 (of hippopot.) Niph. iy. ITSrU ^ 4 S 6 (||^niJ) Artrr^ away in alarm; so 7ny>/ j«bpp ,/, I04 7 (|| j*du;) ; inf. Dtenn

K 7" Kt v. supr.; Pt. TBTO r's 2 3 26 Wied 

nab? 'j "in Ml and David became hurried to go. TptSri n.[m.] trepidation, hurried flight (Lag 8 * 200 )— always "na Ex I2»(P), Dt 16 3 Is 52" (|| HMO). □"^H v. sub S]Sn. jSIl (-/of foil.; Ar. ^ii ta£e w&A &o<A 7(and«, Ilii handful; NH fBH, Aram. fBnyftZ tf/ie hands with). "^[15^] »■[«■] hollow of hand (NH |Bin, Aram ;ov"' "'^ n ' ^ si -; EtL A¥"J:— also Ar. ilia, hollow in the ground; and, ace. to Zehnpfund 8 * 8 '- 635 , As. hupunnu, bowl, but h= c ?)— only du. D^sn Ec 4 6 ; cstr. 'OBn Ez"io 7 (del. Co intern, grounds); sf. ^JSPI Ez 10 2 ; V3BPI Lv 16 2 Pr 30 4 ; D^JBH Ex 9 «; Ti N>» Ez io 2 + v 7 (del. Co cf. supr.)';— 'n t6r?=handful Exo 8 Lvi6 12 (bothP), Ec 4 6 , material follows in implic. ace; 'na mi epN^D Pr 3 o 4 . t^Etl n.pr.m. (Sab. n.pr. JBP1 Hal No14 )— one of Eli's two sons 1 S I s 2 34 ^"-W ' [fjan] vb. enclose, surround, cover (Ar. i_ta., surround, i_iUa. «efe, or JoroV of a thing)— only Qal Pt. vby e)Sh Dt 33 12 (poem) he () is covering him over, fig. of 's shelter- ing Benj. (in temple ; on omission of subi. v. Ges* 116 - 6BS ). TFpn n.[m.] shore, coast (as surrounding, enclosing)— 'n only cstr. Gn 49 1313 + 5 t: — shore of sea Djrj 'n Dt i 7 Jos 9 1 (both D), Ju 5" Je 47 7 Ez 25 16 ; OTC 'n -G n 49 13 (poem); 'n ni'iX v 13 «Ae «/«ore of ships, i.e. to which ships come. yon

1. ""fEFT n,f> canopy, chamber (as cover- 

ing, enclosing) — abs. 'n Is 4'; sf. insn i^i 9 6 ; nnan j 2 16 ;— 1. canopy, 'n nua-ba-py Is 4 6 ower aft 5-fori/ a canopy (for protection). 2. chamber, of bridegroom i/' 19 6 (metaph. of sun rising); of bride Jo 2 16 (|| Tin of bridegroom). fn. nsn n.pr.m. 1 Ch 24" priest of i 3 th course, © 0<p<pa. t QiSJi n.pr.m. a son of Benjamin Gn 46 21 (® 0<^ v (f) lv , ofyneiv), descendant of Benjamin 1 Ch 7 15 (® A^nv, Atptpctv, ©L Otbtp), and so nan V IS ; v. Qain. IL *]Sn (NH t|SPi ; Aram. «|Bn, sJ., .aL, all rub, cleanse, esp. the head). TF)n adj. clean — only ^n yete ^3 JX 7]t

  • ¥ J° 33 9 ^ «w ^>we, without transgression,

I am clean (in speech of Elihu). tYPQ vb - delight in (cf. Ar. iiL be mindful of, attentive to, keep, protect, Aram, ^a-. whence £*&*. eager, zealous, Ar. iJo^il. anger (excitement), liXil enrage (Aram, and Ar. of excited attention, Heb. of delighted atten- tion), Dl Pr168 No ZM018 * 742 ; NH r?D weakened to ^'ngr, v. De KcG,0 »-, Ph. in n.pr. pynxan);— Qal Pf. 'n Gn 34 I9 + 28 t; f. nSBPl I s 66 3 ; 2 m. J??an Dt 2 1 » + 4 1. ; wsanjb 2 1 ", etc., + 1 4 1. Pf.; Impf. parr Dt25 7 +7t.; pair ^, 37 » 147 10 ; pi. »an: Is i 3 17 Je6 10 ; WBn; ,/, 68 31 ; |«|PP Is 58" etc. + 9 t. Impf.; Inf. abs. yhn Ez 18 23 ; on Pt. f? n = adj. verb., v. infr.;— 1. of men: a. take pleasure in, delight in, c. a, a woman Gn 3 4 19 (J), Dt 21 14 Est 2 14 ; a man'i S 18 22 ip 1 2 S 20"; in matters and things 2 S 24* Is 13 17 66 3 Je6 10 f 109 17 112 1 119 35 Pr 18 2 Est6 6.7. 9 .9.u. c.acc. f 68 31 Is 5 8 2 Ec8 3 ; implic. obj. yjf 7 3 25 . b. delight, desire, be pleased to do a thing, would do it Dt 25 7 - 8 1 K 9 1 Est6 6 Bu 3 13 V40 9 Jb 9 3 i 3 3 21 14 33 »« Is 5 8 2 Je 4 2 22 . c. abs. Yfftffl "■? until it please (of love) Ct 2 7 3 5 8 4 . 2. of God: a. delight in, have pleasure in, c. 3, persons Nu 14 8 (J), 2 S 15 26 22 20 = ^iS 20 ,' iKio 9 =2Ch 9 8 , V.22 9 4 i ls Is62 4 ; not in the strength of a horse ^ 1 4 7 10 ; in doing evil Mal2 17 ; in the death of the sinner Ez 18 32 33 n ; but in mercy, justice, and righteousness Je 9 s3 ; Tixan (t6) imz -ina Is s6 4 65 12 66 4 ; not with (ace.) the blood of bullocks Isi"; (D')nat f 40 7 Si 1821 , or the death of the sinner EZ18 2323 ; but with ^n H06 6 Mi7 18 , riON yen V' 51 8 ; with the way of a man ty 37"; ne>K ^>3 pan + 115 s 135 s Pr 21 1 ; pan -lefc 1355" Jon i 14 . b. pleased to do a thing c. inf. Ju 13 s3 1 S 2 25 Is53 10 . c - with im pf- sibj. (Ges ,142 < s),: ) mm 7**W pan * Yahweh was pleased to magnify teaching Is 42 21 . — On Jb 40 17 v. P?H. typn adj. verb, delighting in, having pleasure in; — 'n f 5 5 + 4 t.; pi. CSBn Mai 3 1 Ne i 11 ; cstr. *»q ^ 35 27 +2 t.; sf. Dn'XSn Vr 1 1 1 2 ; f. nVBn 1 Ch 28';— 1. of man, c. ace. + 34" 35 w Mal3'; c. inf. Ne i"; abs. psnn whosoever would 1 K 1 3 s3 ; nnx pan DX t/ thou pleasest 1 K21 6 ; HSSn 8*33 willing soul 1 Ch 28'; pi. cstr. before nouns abs. ty 35" 40'* = 70 3 ; Brrj»»ri>3}> W&m studied of all who take pleasure in them fm 8 . 2. of God, "?N ifr nns yen pan jfow art )io< a God taking plea- sure in wickedness yjr 5 s . tysn n.m. Pr3 - 15 delight, pleasure;— 'n Is 54 12 +2ot.; sf. iysn Is 5 8 " etc.+ i3t. sfs.; pi. D'XBn Pr 8"; sf. T*?D Pr 3 15 ; Ivan Is 58 13 — 1. delight 'n 'J3X Is 54 12 delightful stones; 'n fa Mai 3 12 delightsome land; Tl ^ Ec 1 2 10 ; so perhaps also 'n H33 Ez 2 7 20 garments of delight, i.e. of beauty and luxury (Gr; MT #sn q. v.); c. 3 of persons yjr 16 3 Ec 5 3 Mai I 10 ; of things 1S15 22 18 25 Vi 2 Jb2i 21 Eci2 l ; ^3 13 fan px vessel wherein is no pleasure Je 2 2 s8 48 s9 ' Ho 8 s ; *? ^ fBnn Jb 22 s j's i'< a plea- sure to Shadday that? 2. desire, longing wbl 'no V3D Jb3i 16 withhold the poor from {their) desire ; D5tan Tint? the city of their desire ^ 107 30 ; pan ^3 all (one's) desire 2 S 23 s 1 K 5 :*.2S.24 Q n io is_ 2 Ch 9 u . Q , ssn L, 3 all (Mngs to be desired Pr 3 15 8 11 . 3. the good pleasure, will, purpose, of Yahweh Is 44 s8 46 10 48". 4. that in which one takes delight, his business (late), or matter (very late, cf. in Mish. = thing) n?5P 1T3 "' pan the good pleasure (cause, business) of Yahweh will prosper in his hands Is 53 10 ; 'n NVO Is 58 313 ; ISaq rty doing thy affairs Is 58 13 (see De in loco); rr>B3 pans in the business of her hands Pr 31 13 ; pan"73p ny time for every matter, affair Ec 3 117 8 6 ; vK pann"7J? npnn marvel not at the matter Ec 5 7 . Note. — pan is not used in any of its forms in E D 2 H P of the Hexateuch. trQ—'SQn n.pr.f. (my delight is in her; cf. Ph. 75J3VBn) — 1. mother of king Manasseh 2 K 2 1 1 . 2. fig. name of Zion L362 4 , here

D'HOJI expl. by T]3 nin> pan >3 for Yahweh delighteth in tliee.

  • l ? t J v ^' t,end down (Ar. ^ili. ?ow;«r,

depress, as wings Qor 15 89 ) — only Qal Impf. fJS"i03 1331 p'an^ Jb 40 17 ; he bendeth down (extendelh down stiffly) his tail like a cedar, v. Wetzst in De J ° bM6 Hi Hlob2W . fl. "12n vb. dig, search for (Ar.Jii id.; Aram. IBn, iiL., id; NH"»Bn ac < of digging) —Qal i>/. 'n Jb39 M ; n-ram jb ii 18 ; nnnam Dt 23"; WIBPI Gn 21 80 ; Vian Gn 26 18 +2 t.j «59 Gn 26 s2 ; nnan Nu 21 18 ;' /mp/. Wl Gn 26 i8.2j. vnB/vi ^7>'« ; n'srisj j e 13 7 ; nsrr jb Jb 39 21 (but rd. i'SIT so © 9S <S Di) Dt i 22 ; TiBrn Gn 26"+ 2 t.j WjflJS Jb 3 21 ; Inf. cstr. f«5& Jos 2 2 - 3 + Is 2 20 (cf. infr.) ; P«. iBh Ec 1 o 8 ; — 1. <%.- a. a well, c. ace. ">N3 Gn 21 s0 (E), 26 151818 - ,9 - 21MM (J), Nu2i 18 (E); cf. Ex7 M (E); dig (a hole, implied as obj.) Dt 23 14 ; a pit, with hostile purpose, as snare or trap, fig. of mali- cious plan, c. ace. 113 ^7" (H 71 !?); so c. ace. p»U Ecio 8 , cf.fnnB'] B'wij'n ^ 35 7 ; of horse, dig, i. e. paw the ground, pDJ?3 "*3n^ Jb 39 21 (so rd., v. supr.) he paweth in the valley (cf. hx.y^L hoof), b. dig for something hidden, c. ace. Jb 3 21 (fig. of longing for death), Je 1 3" (no obj. expr.) 2. search, search out, explore, c. ace. Y1W Jos 2 33 (JE), Dt i 22 ; of eagle, search for food, c. ace. ?3K 'n J b 3 9 s9 , with esp. reference to keen vision (!«*$ VJ-J? pimo); so = search or look carefully about before going to rest Jb 1 1 18 (no obj.).— i'Br6 Is2 20 v. nisnan i n fr. < fi. lEn n.pr.m. 1. a Manassite NU26 3233 27 1 Jos I7 23 , © 0<f>cp. 2. a man of Judah 1 Ch 4 6 ; © H<pa , ©L Afap. 3. one of David's heroes, ace. to 1 Ch 1 1 36 (but on txt. v. Be VB and Dr 2 S 2 3 36 ). t^Dn adj. gent, of 1. iBn a; only c. art. as n.pr. coll. 'nn Nu 26 s2 . < tii-IDI"! n.pr.loc. 1. Canaanitish town, 1 v .. with a king, named just before Aphek Jos 1 2 1 ', exact site unknown. 2. 1 K 4 10 in Judah ('n p N ) ; _on 'n nna j os 19 13 , 'nn n? 2 K 14 25 , v. na sub i TD^En n.pr.loc. in Issachar Jos 19 19 , © A'ytiJ', A A(ptpactp, ®L AiKpapai/i ; = Egypt. Ha- pu-ru-m-a WMM A " e °- ,TO ; site dub.; 6 m. N. of Legio ace. to Lag " -- 223 ' 2 "'"" 1 - 241 . mc-cn

■noon t [rnS"^En] n.f. mole (us digger) — only Is 2 s0 , rd. T nna-iBn^ (MT nna n'an^, meaning obscure, v. conject. in Thes Ges Comnl - Di). f II. [ ISM] vb. be abashed, ashamed (£ "IBH Pr 13 5 , tO"lBno one causing shame Pri9 20 ; Syr. ; «■■ esp. Aph. be asfiamed, put to shame; Ar. Jli. be bashful, 'j±L shy, bashful; Eth. t£.& be ashamed, blush) — Qal Pf. 3 fs. iTjDn Je 50"; rnDPrj consec. Is 24 s3 ; nrjBlj) Je 15 9 ; llBn ^71"; r»p| consec. Mi 3'; 7mp/. ^f 1 ?- *36*+4t.; «*?: *34 6 ; n J?TCl Jb 6 20 ; nsnri Is i 29 ; — &e abashed, ashamed, said of face ^ 34" (avoided by looking to ); else- where always 112*13, of enemies of righteousness V' 7i M 35 42 ° 4Q 15 =7o 3 83 18 ; of idolaters Isi 29 ; diviners Mi 3"; of distressed Jerusalem Jei 5"; so of Babylon 50"; of moon Is 24 s3 ; be put to shame (disappointment), of caravans looking for water Jb 6 20 . Hiph. Pf. TVft Is 33 9 ; Impf. "VmV. Pr 13 6 ; 'TSnn Is 54 4 ; Pt. "i^no Pr 19 26 ; — display shame, fig. of Lebanon Is 33 s (U^j? 'dried up' Che); of Israel Is54 4 (||en3 Qal); of an unfilial son, cause shame Pr 19 26 (Htf'ao); cf. Pri3 6 of wicked (|| B^Na": v. B>K3 Hiph. supr. p. 93). TyiCn n.pr.m. Apries, reigned in Egypt alone, B.C. 589-570 and withAmasis 570-564; named as VfSfBTlfo t njT]B Je 44 80 Pharaoh Hophrd king of Egypt (v. nJriB); 4th king of 26th dynasty; ® Ova<f>pri; Manetho Ovacppis ; Egypt. Monum. Uah-abra, "Wiedemann AEJpt - G« S ch.602.«36ff.;fl«Kh.A«Jpt.l6Sff.. Qfc ' An . p ,', t Herodot. il. 161 etc. („ -nr j J Button 2tes Buch, 669 Diodor'" 8- 'Anpiat Ctesias (Athen. 13 660 ). mE^En v. sub I. nsn. t[l^Sn] vb. search (£ Jer DBn dig, seek; Pal. Syr. dig (Schw) ; perh. As. tppesu, etpesu, sensible, Lyon e " so, " Mrt * 6!S ) — Qal Impf. 2 ms. sf. nafe'Bnri p r2 4 ; ie , biv^64 7 ; n'K/Bnj La 3 40 ; Pt. fe>Bn Pr 20 27 ; — search, search cut, fig.; 1. search for, obj. «?*? etc. Pr2 4 (|| B»pn). 2. = think out, devise, c. ace. m^lj? unjust acts ^64 7 (cf. also sub Pn.) 3. search = test, La 3 40 (obj. U»yn ; || ipn), Pr 20 27 . Niph. Pf liPBn? Ob 6 subj. lk? co11 -; searched out = exposed and plundered (|| VJ1BXC iy33). Pi. Pf ^nbim 1 s 23"; *>Bm 1 K 20 6 ; 7mp/ kftTl Gn3i M + 2t.; kanx Am 9 s Zp i 12 ; Jmv. B>Bn 2 K 10 23 ; — 1. search through, c. ace, a house r K 20 8 , Jerusalem (metaph.) Zp i 12 ; no obj. expr. 2 K 1 o 23 . 2 . search for : a. a person c. ace. 1 S23 28 . b. a thing, c. ace. Gn 44 12 (J; Joseph searching for his cup); Gn3i 35 (E ; no obj. expr., Laban looking for his teraphim); Am^f' searching for evildoers), >^77 7 ( 80U 1 searching to understand a dealings with his servants). Pa. Impf. frBIT Pr 28 12 be searched for=he hidden; Pt. bBTO 1/, 6 4 7 in '» fc'Bn = a searclied out search, i.e. a device well thought out (cf. Che ; || Qal q. v.); v. also k>Bn. Hithp. Pf. b>Bnnn 2 CI135 22 (but ® P?.nnn, cf. also 93 @ 3 Esdr I 56 , so Be Ot); Impf. franrr; Jb 30 18 ; b»Bnm 1 S28 8 + 3 1.; /«/. a&s. e>snnn

K 22 s0 = 2 Ch 18 29 ; — disguise oneself (lit. to 

oneself ie searclied for) I S 28 s 1 K 22 S0 - 30 =

Ch 1 S 29 - 29 , 2 Ch 3 S 22 (but v. supr. ), all of disguise 

by change of garments ; 1 K 20 38 1BX3 i. e. with headgear over eyes; subj. Bh2? Jb 30 18 , i.e. his garment is disguised, no longer looks like the mantle it is. T tl/Cn n.[m.] a (shrewd) device, plot, only in fc>Bne fl UBFI ^ 64' (cf. B>Bn supr.) t [l^'SFT] vb. be free— only Pu. Pf. 3 fs. ntyBn to *3 Lv 1 9 20 (H), because she was not freed (a freed-woman). "f"tZOn n.[m.] very dub.; only I^TJJt ri33"!p Ez 27 20 wide-spread (?) garments for riding, i. e. saddle-cloths, ace. to Thes Sm Co Da al.; but mng. spread for V purely conject.; Gr suggests, plausibly, fBPI (q. v.) 't'nttJDn n.f. freedom, only iTT^? vb 'n t : '■. Lv 1 9 20 (H) freedom had not been given to Jier. "blTEri adj. free (NH id.)— 'n Ex2i 6 + iot.-r>88 6 ; pi. D'Efen Is 5S 6 + 4 t.—l. free from slavery : of Hebrew bondslave (male or female) set free in 7th year Ex 2i"(JE), Dt 15" 1318 , cf. Je 34 910111416 ; of slave (male or female) set free on account of injury done Ex 21 s627 (JE); VJ'INO 'H lay Jb3 19 a slave is free from his master (i.e. in She'61) ; but D'n? 3 'B'an ty 88 6 among the dead I am free (i.e. adrift, cut off from Yahweh's remembrance); more gen., CE'Bn D'SW"! n^E* Is 58° to let oppressed ones go free. 2. free from taxes, obligations, etc. hrj^? , r^9 n ^y : - **?¥ n 3 n S 1 S 1 7 s * few father's house will he make free in Israel. rptton 345 trPttfen, mttJDn n.f. freedom, separate- ness, only rWfinn rV3 2 K 15 6 = 2 Ch 26 s1 Qr (Kt niB'snn) i.e. (si vera ].) a separate house — a house apart (on account of his disease). yn v. sub p*n. T [jiM J JSM vb. hew, hew out, cleave (NH id., Aram. 3Xq ; SI 4 - 6 pt. pi. D3Vrtn ; cf. Ph. 3YTO=Heb. id)— Qal Pf. 3xn I s 5 »; rmn Pr Q i; TOSH Ho 6 5 , etc.; Imp/. 3itmi 2Ch26 10 ; 2 ms. 3iflW Dt 8 9 ; Inf. cstr. 35fr£' Je 2 13 ; 3ivn£ 1 Ch 2 2 2 ; Pt. act. 3SPI Is io 15 + 4 t.; cstr. nsh Is22 16 ; B»3Xh iCh22 2 +3t.; ^XH 2K12' 3 ; pass. WWq Dt 6" Ne 9 s5 ;— 1. fa* out, (dig), wine-vat 3j£ Is 5 2 ; sepulchre ("Oj?) Is 2 2 161fi ; cisterns nin'3 Dt6 n " 2Ch26 10 Ne9 25 , cf. Je2 13 ; of mining niSTU Tin nmno Dt 8» out of its mountains thou mayst hew out copper. 2. a. hew stone 1 CI122 2 ; metaph. of pillars 'Pro 1 (subj. wisdom); elsewhere pt., hewer of stone 2K12 11 iCh2 2 216 (v. SI 46 supr.); prob. 1K5 29 2Ch2 117 (in3'n v .Be),cf.24 ,2 Ezr3 7 . b. appar. hew wood Is io ls to 'n (i.e. ?}"I53). 3. metaph. hew in pieces Ho 6 5 fig. of ^ attacking people by agency of prophets (|| D^Hlj) ; divide, cleave subj. /( >'s voice ^29' obj. tS*K ni3!"i?, i. e. the thunder of his voice sends forked lightnings (but on txt. cf. Che and crit. n.) Niph. Impf. P35TIT be cut, hewn, graven (words on rock) Jb 1 9 24 . Fn. Pf. DFOJm Is 5 1 > fig., hewn out of rock (of Isr.'s origin ; || "igJ). Hiph. Pt. n3SnD Is 5 1 9 hew in pieces = Qal 3, fig. of destroying 3m = Egypt (cf. ^ 89 11 ). T22rro n.[m.] hewing, alw.'D *}2&=hewn stones 2 K 12 13 22 6 =2 Ch 34 u (in all ||075>). tJlXn vb. divide (NH id.; Ar. Jki is be fortunate, happy with one's husband or wife, etc., i. e. have a share in happiness ; OlL a small arrow; Di m puts here Eth. rfiR"; arrow, cf. Wn)_Qal i>/. HSPI Nu 31 42 ; rpfp) consec. NU31 27 ; wni consec. Ex2i ss ; Impf. nsn^ IS30 28 ; r0hGn32 8 +2t.; DSn»1 Ju 9 43 ; WSJfSS"; l«n;Ex2l 36 ; WJb^;- 1. divide, sq. «1D3 Ex 21 35 ; "ills' v 35 (both JE), |JTlj> crocodile Jb40 30 ; prey, mp?D, Nu3i 27 (P; c. p before parts); a company of people Gn32 8 (sq. 3 as foreg.), 33 1 (both J) Ju 9 43 (j> as foreg.) but cf. 7 16 . 2. (appar. denom. fr. 'Sn) f 55 s4 DiTD 'rP N? sAaW wo< Aafoe <Aet'r days, i.e. enjoy rrsno even half of the normal number ; Is 30 28 iy 'IT "1N1X shall halve unto the neck = shall reach to the neck and so divide the man in half. Niph. Impf 3 fs. apoc. JfWl Dn 1 1 * be divided (of kingdom), sq. !» ; D^J 'OB'? T.J? WIT si>1 Ez 3 7 s2 (Judah and Isr.) ; waters of Jordan 2 K 2 8 - 14 . t [ni^n] n.f. (Inf. form.) division, middle — only cstr. nT?n n5fn Ex ll* (3) = midnight; r$£ nisn Jb 34 2 » ^ n 9 « 2 ; i u all = adverb, phr. of time (3 om.) "$n m n.m. 1 "' 1212 half (NH id.; Ph. «m; on format, v. Lag BNUS )— abs. 'XH 1 K 3 3Si + 3t.; 1JRJ i K io 7 , cf. 16 21 ; »xnj EZ40 42 ; wn Dn i2 7 + 13 t. (usu. c. Pashta or Tiphcha), cf. Wns 2 Sio 4 iChi 9 4 ; cstr. "5fn Ex ^-h 8 4 t.; sf. i7n Ex 3 8 4 + 7 t. + Jos 8 s3 VftTfJ) (but art. suspicious v. Ges SI27E3 ' 4 ); ITXn'Ne^ 38 ; &$} 2 S 18 3 ; Djxn Zc i4 8 - 8 + 2 t. — 1. half of any- thing: — blood of offering Ex 24 s - 6 (JE), beard 2 Sio 4 , a hin Nu 15 910 28 14 (P); curtain Ex 26 12 (P); week jn3tS i n 'n Dn g v etc.; ITON 'n lialf a cubit Ex 26 16 36 21 (P) + ; esp. MIS' 'n half a tribe Nu 3 2 33 34" 1415 (P) + ; half of peo- ple 2 S 1 8 3 1 9 41 1 K 1 6 21 - 21 - 21 + , etc. so nimen 'n 1 Ch2 52 and w>3 T 3 T. v 64 (v. Be and nn:o sub n»).— On Wn33 1 S 14 4 v. We Dr. 2. middle TV'bn 'it Ex I2 M (J) midnight, so Ju 16 33 EU3 8 ; of garments 2 Sio 4 1CI119 4 ; altar Ex27 6 ; of the Mt. of Olives Zc 14 4 ; V 'n ifr 102 25 <Ae »itd«< of my days (when they are but half done), Je 17 11 . nirosn ^n i ch 2 62 , and woon *sn v* 4 , v. nruo sub rw- t"»sn n.m. 2K9M arrow (cf. Ar. ijkL, Eth. rf>»: trf., Di 134 , and v. Dr on 1 S20 36 )— abs. Iffe 1 S 20 S6 - 37 - 37 + v 38 Kt (Qr D'Jfnn), perh. also v 2122 (so ®We, for MT pi. D'Snn), 2 K 9 24 ; the usual form is fO ; v. infr. t^rr, ^WWf; n.pr.m. (God divideth, apportioneth) — son of Naphtali ; / ?TI' Gn 46 s4 (® A<r<^X, ©L Ia<7/3^X), Nu 26 48 (2ai;A, A<r»ijX) = "Wl I Ch 7 13 (l«<rujX, ©L Ia<T(r»i,X). t^7St!Jn^ adj. gent, of foregoing; only c. art. as n.pr.coll., Nu 26 48 . tTOTO n.f. half, of spoils;— abs. nsnc Nu 3 1™ '{ cstr. nsnD Nu 3 1 43 (both P). trVSTO n.f. half, middle— cstr. ITSTO prn

-on Ex 3o" u +8 t.; nvnp Nu 3I 30 - 47 ; sf. ^VSnio Ex 30°, iVl'STO Lv6 l!U3 , DJTSTO Nu 31 29 — 1. AaZ/of a shekel Ex 3 o ial!U5 cf! v 23 38 s6 ; the flour for offering Lv 6 1313 , of spoils Nu 3 1 »- 3 »««; of tribe Jos 1 1 25 (all P), 1 Ch 6 4 " 11 ; of chariots 1 K 16'. 2. middle Di*n '& = midday, noon Ne 8 3 (cf. midnight, TliXn, *|q 2). JXn (^of foil.; meaning dub. ; denom. seem to be Ar. ^J±L, Eth. rhW: carry in the arms or bosom, rear, foster ; perhaps also As. esenu, bring together, also drink or rfraw tn sweet odours Flood Tablet" 149 Hpt in KAT 2GlMsl ). f []!in] a.m. bosom of a garment (Ar. J^-l*, Eth. <hftl: also Syr. L bosom (=Ui-.*), v. Honm 2 " 01878 '™ Lag""- 361 "- BN * ,C ; on this word and foil. v. Ba NBla>: ZMG1889 - 183 )— ia? N;>C nW "ItSytD i3Xni "VSfip^i 29 7 (grass)Mrt'<A which areaper JUleth not his hand, nor a binder his bosom. tfJtn n.m. bosom;— "Pl-iyj "isn Ne 5 13 / shook out my bosom (the bosom of my garment) ; }VH3 IRja Warn Is 49 s2 and they shall bring thy sons in the bosom (i.e. in the arms, clasped to the bosom, like infants; [| B lD3~- , y)- fl. Y «*r7] v ' ) " divide (NH make a par- tition; As. ha§dsu, cut in two, Zim BP24n -; Eth. ifiRX; curtail, diminisJi) — Qal Pt. J*sh intr. Pr 30 27 of locusts "fa 'n IBM ; i.e. dividing (themselves) into companies or swarms. Pi. PtQ^ng v. II. }>m Pu. P/.wxn VEhn -isdd Jb2i 21 the number of his months, they have been cut in two (fig. for curtailed). TV^n n.[m.] gravel (as divided, com- minuted/ Aram. N^xn, ]'^» — only abs. 'n Pr2o 17 La3 16 [T???n f77 18 v. PO]-— ' n Wf*5w5 Pr 20 17 fig. of a liar; 'j>& 'na D1.3>1 La3 16 anci Ae /<afA cruslied my teeth with gravel-stones, fig. of^'s dealings with sufferer. n.m.

  • arrow, mostly poet, and

proph. (cf. ^n supr. sub HVPl) — abs. 'PI ty 91 s + 9 t. + 1 S 1 7 7 Kt (Qr YV q.v.) ; cstr. id.

K 13 1717 ; sf. *xn jb 3 4 6 , ivn ,/, 5 8 8 Zc 9 14 , 

D5fn^n 2 6 4 4 ; PZ.b"SnGn49 23 +i7t.+ iS20 38 Qr (Kt 'sn q. v .)+2 S 22 ,s (<vsn ||y, 18 15 ); cstr. 7" Jb 6 4 ^ ^-l-Ez 5 16 (Co 'Sn cf. ® (for I'D) as Qr and || 2 S 2 1 19 = the shaft ; v. YS ; so Klo Dr. t"1QO fifitfi n.pr.loc. ('n of the palm); — abode of Amorites Gn 14 7 , ® Aaaaav Sa/iap; Hj pj »T nori fixxn 2 Ch 20 2 base of operations for CQS (rd. DinN) ag. Judah (vid. Jos*" 4 -* 1 - 2 ); it was on W. side of Dead Sea (v. ^l? fj?) ; see Rob BE 1,600-508 Bd t.lH3 Q Agm Cop. 2fflff. . Wftdy

  1. wasa ( = ;xvn ?) lies N W. fr. Engedi G ASm L c '

cf. Rob 381 ' 606 Bd p * U4(m ""; GASm suggests also possibility of finding here "MM? 1 K 9 18 Kt ( = lb"in Qr and 2 Ch 8 4 ), Ez 47 19 4s 28 (v."«« n.pr.loc.) f 11. [y^n] vb.denom. only Pi. Pi. D^OD Ju 5 11 archers ( > <Aose dividing spoil, since no obj. expr. and p7H more suitable for such mng.) i!»n, msftn v. iv.nm t: — : I. ™)2tn (v^of foil.; cf. Ar.J-li encompass, surround; Eth. shftd: surround, enclose by wall, etc.; rh&C: enclosure; NH "isn cowri, Ph. nvn W., Syr. ){!», t'rf.) W,. n.m.' and (oftener) f. 1 enclosure, court — abs.'n 1 K 7 8 + , 'Tjxn J e 36 20 ; cstr. ivn Ex 2 7 9 + ; sf. i"«fn 2 S 17 18 ; nnsn Ex8 9 + 4 t.; cstr. "ISH Ne I3 7 , nn^O aKai' + iot.; sf. $fq Is i' 12 Zc 3 7 ; 1^ + 65 s 84 11 ; ♦JTrtTWl 1 Ch 2 8 6 ; vnnsn f 100 4 , W*H$$ + 96 s , brP0^yn» Ne8 16 ;— 1.' enclosures (in Egypt), perhaps court-yards, or cattle-yards, distinct from houses and from fieldsEx8 9 (J). 2. court of private house 2 S 1 7 18 (containing well), cf. Ne 8 16 ; of a palace, nnriNn isn iKf the other court, immediately surrounding palace, so called in distinct, from nSVljin Tl(n) v 912 the great court, including 'KH 71 and nWBil 'nn of temple (v. 3 b) in one great enclosure (v. "an

ran gta (Worno, B.ut.1. ZAW 1883. I52f.) . 2 K 2Q 4 (Q r V rSS The Kmp Klo al.; Kt Ke al.Tpn), J e 36 20 Est " 5 1 ' 2 6 4 rnisp 'n cowrt 0/ guard, place of (honourable) confinement Je32 2 (in king's house), v 8 " 33 1 37 2121 3 8" US8 39 1415 . Esp. 3. a. court of tabernacle fa^on "IXPI Ex 27', cf v 9.u.i3 + 24 t.Ex(all P; 'nn y$ gate of the court EX35 17 38 1519 - 3l 39 w 4o 933 ); Lv6 919 Nu3 M - 26 (nna 'nn), v 37 4 «« ('nn nye* nns), v » ; courts of house of '» I Ch 2 3 s8 . b. court{s) of Sol .'s temple, tn?i«r c. Jvo^an 'nn 1 K6 36 7 12 (but on txt.v.Sta Kc )Ez 8" 10 s ci. i ;=up2>er c. |%n fig Je36 10 (v.Gf), and D'J.nbn 'n 2 Ch 4 9 (where also n^isn hTJJJJH, as oft. Ezek., also n")JJ?? ^n?" 1 !) ; outer court 'nn nj'^nn Ezio 5 =neHnn 'nn 2 ch2o 6 ; v. further I K'8 64 =2Ch7 7 ,2Ch 2 4 21 29 16 Jei9 14 26 2 Ez8 7 ; two courts 2 K 2i 5 =2 Ch33 s , 2 K 23 12 ; courts Ez 9 7 1 Ch 28 12 2 Ch 23 s Ne 8 1 -' 13 7 ; oft. poet., courts of '< Is i 12 62" (>Bhp 'n), Zc 3 7 ^ 65 s 84 s ■" 96 s ioo 4 1 16 19 135 2 . c. courts of Ezek.'s temple Ez 4o' 4 + 38 t. Ez 40-46 (of these rd. nytfri for nxnn 40 19 ' 32 with ® Hi Co ; and jwnn for nxnn 41" with ©EwCo). II- "1¥!"7 (-/of foil.; cf. At.jIZ. be present, settle or dwell, v. Lag 3N47 ' ; Sab. nvn fixed abode Os(Levy) ZMG1865 ' 18S CIS lT ' 1 ' 2 ' N °- 79 - 82 ). II. [~an] 46 n.m. N " 11,ss settled abode, settle- ment, village (Lag lc ) — always pi., abs. D^VD Jos i9 8 +5 t.; cstr. *Jfn 1 Ch 9 16 Ne 12 28 ; si. nnxn Jos 2 1 12 + 4 t. ; ' Dnnsn 1 Ch 4 s3 + 6 1. ; jn'n.Jfn Jos i3 23 +24t. Jos; — a. settlements of Ishmaelites Gn 25 16 (P; ||nVVD circles of tents); of D'W Dt2 23 ; of Kedar Is 42" (W^IV) ; ♦*} arap noh Dn'rpK nete Dnsnn Lv 25 3I (H), houses of the villages which have no wall about them ; D ,- lSn 2!Sp ^r io 8 lurking-place(s) of villages (i.e. where oppressor, as a wild beast, watches his opportunity to attack the defenceless). Usu. b. as dependencies of cities Jos 15 46 , with nTiia (v.supr.na 4 p..i 23) Jos 1 S 46 - 47 - 47 (all JE ?); onyn nta*jo ne>K 'nrr^ i9 8 (P), also 21 12 (P)= 1 Ch6 41 , Ne 12 29 ; also Jos 13 2328 15 :,2 + 23 t. Jos (all P), Ne ii 23 - 30 (||nto v 23 - 27 etc.), 12 s8 . C. villages, not contrasted with cities (cf. IS42" supr. ) 1 Ch 9 16 2226 (all of Levites). d. 'n appar. incl. all settlements outside of Jerusalem 'nn Dn'"lE>3 Ne 1 1 23 . — 'n in n.pr.loc. v. infr.(and see Blaon Josis 20 - 32 ). trTN'^Sn n.pr.loc. place on southern border of Canaan (Judah) Nu 34 4 ® iiravis Apad; =|n?n(q.v.) Jos i 5 »( + .TJW) @ Zapata, A @L A88apu. Tni2 "^?n n.pr.loc. in southern Judah Jos I5 27 ® 2fp«i, A ®L A<rtpya&ba. t.lDID nSH, tTDID '(I n.pr.loc. (cf. ATe/r «Stt«e, ' Rossdorf,' close to Damascus on the south, Nb ZMO - 1875 -""-* 76 )— in Simeon nWD 'n Jos I9 3 ® Sapa-ovo-np, ®L A<rap<7ou(Tn'=D , D1D 'n lCh4 31 , @ 'Hpiavtricropap,, ®L Atrtpaovot. tjti*8 "an, ]^y 'n n.pr.loc. on NE. border of Canaan Ez 47 17 ; |f| "Wl 4 8> (Co in both (137 m T SPI) ; |yj 'n Nu 34 9 - 10 ; where it is said (v 9 ) ftat 9oj oaS njp nj ; ® Apwauip., ®L Ao-tprajK ; — v. also pa^n "ijfPI infr.

bjfitZ) "an n.pr.loc. 1 . place in southern 

JudahVos 1 5^= 1 Ch 4 s8 , Ne 1 1 27 . 2. place in Simeon Jos 19 3 . — © ApotSha, XoKao-taXa, Aa-apirovKa, Aaapuovap, etc. tpmrin -i^n n.pr.loc. Ez 47 18 ® Sm Co pry rniPI ( q . v .); it is described as ^Ofty T0j RIO; Wetzst ZKW ' 1884 - ,m identif. with Hakar ( _i».) 'at the foot of the eastern corner of Hermon.' t-i2n,^nn.pr.loc.(Lag B!,47r )-®A<r< a /i, etc. ; 1. a royal city of northern Canaan Jos 1 1 1 'Vrfca pa;, cf. 12", and Ju 4 217 1S12'; Jos 1 i«M"W« 1 9 s6 2 K 15 29 ; tsn 1 K 9 13 . 2. places in the Negeb : a. Jos 1 s 23 . b. c. Jos 1 s 25 "tern nixn sin pnsn Mnp nrnn. 3. "ten Ne 1 1 53 a Benjamite town, prob.="ten 75Q q.v. 4. -iixso-pia? nan ne>x nisn nialJpp j e 49 s8 , cf. v 30 - 33 , an Arabian locality, v. Winer BW •""" Gf Gie.— 'n P5? Jos 19 37 , v. sub P5?. t H,Fnn ^iSD n.pr.loc. (si vera 1. perhaps new Hasor, with Aram, n in adj.) — Jos 15 23 , v. lisn ; in Negeb of Judah, site unknown. fi. "^2n n.[nx.] settled abode or haunt (|| form of nSPI supr., or txt. err. for it) ; — nu >JJP nwa^TXn D'jn Is 34 13 a dwelling of jackals (and) a haunt for ostriches/ also 3Sa"l D'SJI nya NDJ1 n3p? I^xn ^r;" an abode, home, of reeds and rus/tes (so Che Di Du al. ; others put this under 11. 1'VO) ; Che Du think the v. mutilated, and would emend this line ace. to 34 13 . ti-an, 'nSTl (n.pr.m. cf. Sab. n.pr.m. n3n DHM IplF ' DM "' mM )— oneofDavid'sheroes, called plan die Carmelite, YlYn 2S23 3B Kt (POT Q r ; © Ao-apai) = i">Vn I Ch 1 1 3 ' ® Hatpat, Aaapai, Eoywt. tpl^n, )h2n n.pr.loc. et pers. (cf. Sab. pxn n.pr.loc. vel. trib. Hal" - 661 DHM ZMOI88S - 15 ) — 1. n.pr.loc. © Aa-iopaiv, Aaipav, Eapap, : a. fiixn Jos 15 3 place in extreme south of Judah, + m T ^N = Tis-ivn (q. v .) N1134 4 . b. nipp niSPI son |hsn Jos 15 24 another town of Judah in south. 2. n.pr.m. © A<rpap(v), Earpani, etc.: a. psn son of Reuben Gn 46 9 Ex 6" Nu 26 s = P~ ,sn i'Cb.5*. b. son of Peres and grandson of Judah Gn 46 12 Nu 26 21 =?nxri R u 4 1819 1 Ch

npn -S.9.18.21.24.24.25 .. •* 4 t^nSn, "^n adj. gent, only c. art. as n. coll. 1. WWih Nu 26", of 2 a supr. 2. •TOT v 21 , of 2 b supr. t nran, n^n n.pr.loc. © a^,*^, a station of Isr. in wilderness : niixrt Nu n 35 - 36 ia M =n'l|q 33 17I8 Dt i 1 . tD"1Q"l2n n.pr.m. (Ar. ^"jJ.'JLL, Sab. mn-ixn, tterm, Os ZMG 1865 ' 289,,L DHM ZMG 188S - 18 - 412 ) — a 'son' of |t3p} ( 5th in order from Shem (DB', i.T*br)*; 2 . n^ ; 3 . nay,- 4 . }op; ; 5 . 'n) Gn io 26 =i Ch i 20 , © A<r 0/ )(a)^<o5;=n.pr.terr. a district in southern Arabia, where dwelt the XaTpapariTat (Strabo * vl - 4i! ); mod. Hadramaut (or Hadram&t, see Maltzan ZMG "^ 49S Mordt ZMG .S2S j yan J g erg P.^ y J n f r ^ J ( same J and> ^ ut not quite co-extensive; v. Di Gn io 26 , Ritter Krdku d,.H(Ar.bleni)e<»ir. ) de Q^ S^hr. 1» yan den Berg9 .dh,»mout.I 88 6 ) GlagerS kteell. 2 0.4 !B <r.. fc . on ; ts precise limits see esp. Ritter 6U *-, de Goeje 1 -"- van d. Berg cb - '. Ill- ")^n (-/of foil.; Ar. J^i 6e ^reen). fn.'T'Sn a.m. 1 ' 16 - 6 green grass, herbage, abs. TOT Nun 6 + i6t.; cstr. 'VSn Is37 27 = 2 K 19 26 , j, 129 6 ; — 1. grass, as food for animals 1 K 18 6 Jb40 16 ^io 4 u i 4 7 8 Pr 27 25 (|| *#) and 3^5?), Is Is'dH^J and PT); spec, of leeks (as still sometimes in Aram., v. Low"'- 226 ' m ) Nu 1 1 6 (v. Di); in sim. of abundant growth Is 44 4 (v. © Ew Che); on Is 35' v. 1. "Vxn supr. 2. as type of what is quickly perishing Jb 8 12 , hence fig. of perishing enemies Hi55 TXn I s 3^ = 2 K 1 9" (|| *#% t a rV), * I2 9'. i-e."' having no depth of root; of wicked, soon to be cut down -^ 37 2 ; with special reference to Israel's oppressors Is 40" (|| [mfetfl] }*x), v 7 (|| id.), v 7 - 8 (ll l ^-)» 5 1 "; m sim. of frail man ^90"; man's days V' i°3 ,s (|| TXim pv). IV. "l^n (assumed as •/ for redupl. nxiXPI whence foil. ; mng. unknown; perh. onomatop., v. Thes 01 » 82c188 * Sta' 124b ; see also Lag " 118 ). trnS&Tl n.f. clarion (NH JTlXisn, Aram. «W")Sisn) —mostly P and late ;— abs. 'n Ho 5 8 ; pi. abs. nnxxq Nuio 8 +22t.; rmxriNuio 910 ; cstr. id. N1131 6 2Chi3 12 ; nixixri Nuio 2 ; clarion: 1. as secular instr. Ho 5 8 (||"iate') 2 K

2Ch2 3 1!

. as sacred instr. 2 K

14 , esp. for use by priests (only P, i//- 98 and 

Chr). a. 'ra ]lpr (of blowing a single long blast) Nu io 3 - 4 - 7 - 8 , to gather congreg. or 'tc'w: together, and, on festivals, over sacrif., ' to be remembered before v 10 . b. 'ra njmn Vpn, or 'rD jnn (of sounding alarm, — a series of quick blasts) for camps to move Nu io 56 , also in battle, v 9 , ' to be remembered before '»;' so Nu 31 6 2 Ch i 3 12 (cf. v 14 ), both njmnn 'n. c. esp. in Chr's descriptions of ceremonies at festivals, to express rejoicing : 1 Ch 1 3 s 15 28 (|| "1BiE> p^P), 16 642 2 Ch 15 14 (|| -iBiS?), 20 28 2 9 26 - 27 Ezr 3 10 Ne i2 35 - 41 ,f 9 8 6 (|pBte» bp); 'ra wp tpyn 2 Ch5 13 ; 'ro Dnwno i Ch 1 5 24 2 Ch 5" 13 1 3 ' 4 ; in 2 Ch 2 g 28 this pt. agrees with noun in sense, and is masc; and the clarions (= players on the clarions) sounded. — The ^iffl, or (sacred) clarion, was a long, straight, slender metal tube, with flaring end.v. Benz McMol - m ; distinguished thus from the "tBiE* which was originally a ram's horn, and prob. always retained the horn-shape ; the"lBiB> is mentioned constantly in the earlier lit., and was used by watchmen, warriors, etc., as well as priests (v. Benz *■ m and 1BiB>). f ["SMI] vb. Kt, [nSTl] Qr, denominat. from rnxxn = sound a clarion — Pi. Pt. DnSsno 2Ch 5 ' 3 (Qr Onvnq) = players on clarions. Hiph. Pt. B^fl^? (Qr D^STO as Hiph. v. Ko "■ ") 1 Ch 1 5 s4 + 3 1. + 2 Ch 5 12 Baer, (van d. H DTlxno); sound with clarions 'no nnvxro 1 Ch 15 24 2 Ch 5 12 13 14 ; abs. sounded {sounding) 2 Ch 7 s 29 s8 , cf. mwn ad Jin. (Kt in all to be pronounced (prob.) DPXSTO). pn v. PT 1 sub pin; pH v. sub ppn.

  • **K V **• 0,1J y Pn - eut &*» oarve (NH

represent, imitate; ppn) — Pu. Pt. n]3np 1 K 6™ Ez8 10 + 2 3 14 (Co D"i?nD, after © (SSOJ), carved figure on wall Ez 8 10 23 14 (where rd. D'pTO D^JX, v. supr.) = subst. carved work 1 K 6 35 (on doors of temple). Hithp. Imp/. 2 ms. nilDnf? tyl ytfffy Jb 13 27 thou gravest thee a nprr

graving ( = markest a line) for (i.e. about) the soles of my feet, fixest limits for them (v. Di). Hj?n v. sub ppn. t NQIpn n.pr.m. head of a family of return- ing exiles Ezr 2 51 = Ne 7 s3 , ® A<beiKa, A-x(i<ba, A.Kov(f>a, etc. t [ppn] vb. cut in, inscribe, decree (NH id., Aram. ppn, Zinj. ppn; Ph. id. Pt. Hiph.; Ar. ,jl. be just, right, obligatory, also make or decide to be just, etc.; JJo. justness, truth, neces- sity, obligation; Eth. <fa$: adj. moderate, suffi- cient; cf. also npn)— Qal nipm Ez 4 1 ; sf. TCPO Is 4 9 16 ; 7n/sf.ipn3Pr8 27 ; 1p«J Pr8 M (assim. to te*f); ^i?n Is 30 8 ; P<. ppn is 22 16 (archaic case ending Ges 590 - 3 *); pi D'ppn Is io 1 ; cstr. 'Ppin J u 5 9 (poss. Fo'cl="PPr with D omitted, v.Ges S52<2, ' n ° ,e6 ); Pt.pass. pi. D'ppq Ez23 M (Co D'plpn); — 1. cut m,with3 | Is2 2 ,6 ,ofadwelling- place=tomb, in a rock. 2. cut in or on, upon, engrave, inscribe, c. b]3 on roll of a book Is 30 8 ; representation of city on brick (as in Babylonia) Ez.4 1 ; images on a wall EZ23"; fig. of Zion's walls on palms of '> Is 49 16 . 3. trace, mark out, a circle, c. ?y over the face of deep Pr 8^; c. ace, foundations of earth v 29 . 4. of a law, engrave, inscribe (on a tablet), fig. for enact,decree})ti 'ppn D'ppn Is io'(|| taynna); 7SOE" *ppin ■poet.=commanders (v. Po'el) JU5 9 (|| D'ppnD v 14 ). Po'el Impf V^Tr] Pr 8 15 ; Pt. PphD Gn49 10 Nu2i 18 Dt 3 3 !1 ; sf. "ppho ,/,6o 9 1 08 9 ' ; WpphD Is 3 3 s2 ; pi. D'ppht? Ju 5";— inscribe (as a law), enact (poet.) : c. ace. p"12? Pr8 15 elsewh. pt. a. prescriber of laws, hence (as sovereign authority in a warlike clan) commander Dt 33 21 (of warlike tribe of Gad), Ju 5 14 Is 33 s2 (of '»; || HOBB*, «SpP). b. commander's staff Gn 49 10 (||B3E>),Nu2i 18 (bothpoet.),V'6o 9 =io8 9 . Pu. Pt. Pi?Ht? that which is decreed Pr 31 5 (late). Hoph. Impf. VjV Jb 1 g™ inscribed in (3) a book, ph m n.m. M1 '• " something prescribed, a statute or due; — 'n Gn 47^+ 22 t.; "PC Ex 3 o 21 + 14 t,; sf. 'i?n p r 3 o 8 + 3 t.; "^pn Lv io 1314 etc. + 4t. sfs.; pi. Cpn Dt4 5 +3it.; cstr. 'gn Exi8 16 ; »fen Ez20 18 ; also 'ppn Ju5 15 Isio> (Ges ,93 - 1B7 ); li?n Jbi 4 6 etc. + 44 t, sfs.— 1. prescribed task, assigned to Isr. in Egypt Ex 5" (E). 2. prescribed portion, or allowance of food Gn 47 2222 (J); Pr 30 8 31" Ez 16 57 ; 'pno Jb 23 12 (RV; < © 33 01 Me Di SS 'pns fe my bosom). 3. action prescribed for oneself, resolve : 3? 'ppn Ju 5 15 resolves of mind 3? njp n npn v 16 . 4. prescribed due of the priests from offerings Lv 6" io l;lls ""(P); due of '•> Lv 6" (P); D^iy 'rb Ex 29 s8 Lv 7 s4 10" Nu i8 8 - lu<l (all P), Lv 24 s (H); portion of oil for the nonn Ez 45 14 . 5. prescribed limit, boundary: of sea Je 5 22 Pr8 M Jb26'° 38'°; of heavens ^148'; of land of Israel Mi 7"; of time Jb 14 613 ; so mj>3 P n V 3 ? H'B Is 5 14 She '61 openeth wide her mouth, without limit. 6. enactment, decree, ordin- ance of either God or man : a. specific decree : law of fifth in Egypt Gn 47 s6 (J); of passover Ex 1 2 s4 (J) ; lament for Jephthah's daughter Ju II 39 ; for Josiah 2 Ch 35 s5 ; BBB'DI pn Ex 15 25 Jos 24 s6 (both E), 1 S 30 25 ; D^IV pn Ex 30 21 ; || ITPty, Been? + 8i 5 - 6 (law of a festival), b. of in nature Jb 28 26 . c. respecting Mess, king V' 2 7 ; day of Zp 2 2 MT, but on txt. v. We and 0~}E, infr.; covenant with Jacob V'io5 10 =i Chi6 17 ; destiny of man Jb 23 14 . d. law in general pn vy according to law, right V' 9 4 20 (others against law); BBB'EI Tl "IS? Ezr

10 ; || nna an d nmn is 25 s ; || nny + 9 tf. 7. 

pi. D'pn enactments, statutes of a law : a. of '♦ in nature Je 3 1 36 . b. of the prophets Zc i 6 . c. conditions of deed of purchase Je 32 11 . d. enactments ||Q , CEB'0 : ancestral Ez 20 18 ; given by God as punishment for disobedience 20 2 e. decrees of unjust judges I.INT'gpn Is io 1 . f. civil enactments }>rescribed by God : 'gn dVlfon Ex 1 8 18 (E ; || VTpKn), v 20 (E ; || id.) g. elsewh. of prescriptions of the several codes of Hex: Lv 10" Nu 30" (P), Dt 4" 6 s4 16" ^ "9* -Mot., Mal3 7 ; || *• min Am 2 4 ; nmrn 'n ^ ios 45 ; 'nm 'nn nn Dt 17 19 ; ||nna ^50"; nnjn nnai 'n 2 K 17 16 ; usu. either || a'DBtPo Dt4 i.»AUgi „■ 12 i 26 u 1 K 9 4 =2Ch7 17 , iCh 22 13 Ez 11 12 36 s7 , or else D'QSTOI 'n combined with other synon. (usu. preceding) : e.g. (D'^31 ^ 147 19 ; mm 2 Ch 33 8 Mai ■$*; H1VD Dt s 28 6 1 7"; mvo Ne i 7 1 K 8 M ; nwe, mm 2 Ch 19 10 ; nh}? Dt 4 45 6 20 ; sts. foil.: e.g. nnvi Lv26 46 ; niXD, mm 2 K 1 7 s7 ; or in different order, e.g. nntftt 'D nisoi 'n Ne 9"; 'm 'oi niso Ne io 30 ; msoi 'n 'DI Dt 26 17 . Apart from WQSVO it is combined with niXO, e.g. 'm 'D Ex I5 M (R), Dt 27 10 ; 'oi 'n Dt 4 40 1 K 3 14 8 61 ; mini 'm 'd Ne 9 14 ; 'm nnjn "d Dt 6' 7 1 Ch 29 19 2 Ch 34 31 ; 'm 'd nn Ezr 7"; it is used c. vbs.: jn3 Lv 26 46 + 3 t.; fW3f Nu 30 17 + 9 1.; 1*b Dt 4 1 + 10 t.; noB> Dt 26"+ 16 1.; n'B-V Dt 6 24 + 5 1. ; nifcT;i» iDt? Dt 1 1 32 + 4 1. ; ^n 3 1 K 8 61 + 3 1.— [On usage of ph v . nj5n ad fin.] ^n^n^ a.f. Kl1310 something prescribed, enactment, statute ; — 'n Nu9 14 + 2t.; cstr.ngn 350 -iprro Ex 1 2" + 28 1.; pi. nipn Je5 M +i2t.; npn Lv 2o a J6 3I 36 ; B f. Tilpn Gn26 s +i 4 t. ; vipn Lv i8 4 +2i t. etc.;— 1. sg. statute, of special ritual la ws: of passover Ex I3 10 (J); elsewhere only in P (and H), nDBH npn Ex 1 2 4S Nu 9 1214 ; mmn 'n Nu 19 s 3 i«; astro ' n Nu 27" 35 s9 ; D^J> 'n Ex 12 1417 27 s1 2S 43 29 s Lv3 17 7 M io 9 i6 M - Sl.M 2381 .3I 24 5 Nu iq8 I5 , 6 l8 B I9 , . 21 ^ al J p^ Ly

7 23 U - 4, (H) ; mw& na^» nm nj?n Nup" 15". 

. pi. statutes: a. of nature D , »B' 'n Jb 38 s1 Jess 25 ; of moon and stars Je 31 35 ; of weeks of harvest Je 5 24 . b. fig. of a firmly established custom (D^uri 'n Lv 20 23 (H) 2 K 17 8 ; D'DVn'n Jeio 3 noy'n Mi6 16 ; idolatry iwife* 'n 2 K 17"; sexual offences Lvi8 S0 (H). c. in 'n statutes of David 1 K 3*. d. || D'HSBK'O 2 S 2 2 33 =^ 18 23 (of the law known to David); ||niX»^89 32 ; 'm IV-O iKii"; elsewhere of the prescriptions of the codes of D, H, P, Ez : usu. D'CBB>01 nipn Lv 18 626 19 s7 20 22 (H), 25 18 Nu 9 3 (P), iKii 33 Ez 5 7 11 20 18 9 ao 111319 - 21 ; preceded by niYO Dt 30 16 ; followed by niXO Lv26 15 (H), Dtn 1 1K6 12 ; mvoi mm 2K

7 s4 ; or else nipm D'BBE'D Lv 18 4 26 43 (H), Ez 

5" 18 17 20 16M 37 s4 ; preceded by niXO Dt 8"; in diff. order, nnjn '»! niVO 'n i K 2 s ; frequently also mVDl 'n Lv 26 3 (H), Dt6 2 1 K 1 1 38 2 Ch 7 19 ; or 'n(l) niYODt io 13 28 1645 3o 10 i K9«i i 34 EZ43 11 (Co), 2 K 17 13 ; foil, by nnin Gn 26 s (R); nivo 'm nnjn 2K23 3 ; 'm mm Je44 10 ; 'm mini nnjn 44 13 ; nmni 'n Ez 44 5 43 11 (Co); tv nmn

M ; special ordinances are naron 'n Ez 43; 

'< n'3 'n Ez 44 5 ; D«n 'n Ez 33 15 (which are life to those who keep them); Ton D^iy 'n (© @ 33 Talm Co del. D^v) Ez 46 14 . e. phrases of obedience are '3 -jbn Lv 18 3 20 23 26 s (H), 1X3' 6 12 2K 17 819 Je44 1023 Ez5 M 1 1 20 18 917 2 o 131619 - 21 33"; IBS' Lv i8" M 19' 937 20 822 (H), Gn 26" (R), Dt6 2 8 11 10" 11 1 28" 30 1016 1 K 2 s 9 6 n"-*-» 2 K 17" 23 s Ez i8 1921 37" 43" 44"; nfe-y Lv 25 19 (P), Dt28" 1K11 33 ; 'na nfctf 2K17 34 ; V^f« 'n2 V"9 16 ; phrases of disobedience are 'n DNO Ez 20 24 'n3 DKD Lv26 ,5 (H); bvi Lv26"(H); ary 2 Ch7 ,9 ; 9?n V'89 32 .— [pn and npn differ somewhat in shade of mean- ing and frequency in various writings : e.g. ph oftener in Jb f Pr (npn not at all Pr, once Jb), and in Chr (npn only 2 Ch 7 19 ); npn oft. in K, rarely in Hex. except in P (H) ; in proph., ph occurs Am 2 4 Is 5 14 24 s Mi 7" Je at., Ez 6t., npn only Ez, Je (6 t.) and Mi 6 16 ; D^n esp. in Dt and 1^ 1 1 9, nipn esp. in H, Ez and sometimes (8 t.) Dt; tfyl) ph usu.=<£m«, "S npn much more often statute, ordinance, etc.]

  • ipFK}] n -P^.loc. in tribe of Naphtali, only

c. n loc. ngijjh Jos 1 g 3 *; identif. with Yakdk c. 4 m. NW. of Lake Tiberias by Rob BE1 "- 81 Survey WP1 - 385 . I p'p*in n.pr.loc. only 1 Ch6 60 , prob. err. for n ^?(q-v.) J0SI9 26 2I 31 .

  • p$? y - p* 1 su p r -

"I" t^P'?] vb - search (NH id., Niph. pass., Aram, ipn)— Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. ilpm consec. Pr i8 17 ; m^n Jb 28 w ; mpm Dt 13 15 etc.; Impf. "i'pn: Jb 13 19 ; ~>P,n: V44 22 ; *3P5C Pr28 n ; t'pnK S20 12 ; f^pnn Jb 3 2 n ; mpra La3 40 etc; Imv. ^.pn v, i 39 23 ; i-ipn j u 18 2 ; Inf. npn 2 S io 3 + t.; liprr; Pr2 3 30 ; nnpni) J u 18 2 ;— 1. search (for), sq. ace. Pr 23 30 Jb 32 11 ; abs. mprn hyh~l) 3'B'n n^KBh Dt 13 15 ; lit. Ez 39 14 (i.e. for bones unburied). 2. a. search through, explore, lit., obj. y^an Ju 18 2 (|| V) v 2 , 1 Ch i 9 3 (||jd.); city "VJffl 2 S lo 3 (||r'd.), of mining Jb28 3 ; search out a subject or matter Jb 5 s7 28 s7 Pr 25 s f/ 44 s2 . b. search a man, find out his sentiments (AV sound him) 1 S 20 12 . C. of *> searching man, c. ace. V I39 1 (II m), v 23 (|| id.) Jb 13', cf. Jei7 l0 (obj.3.?). d. of examining thoroughly, so as to expose weakness in a case Jb 29 16 Pr 18 17 , cf. 28"; so of self-examination KTM 'n La 3 40 (|| 'can). Niph.P/npnj iK7 47 2Ch4 18 ; Impf. Ipn* Je 46 23 ; llpn.' 1 . Je 3 1 37 be searched out, found out, ascertained, 1 K )" 2 Ch 4 18 (weight of the bronze used in temple utensils), of forest J6 46 23 ; searched out, Je 31 37 subj. "^IDID p«. Pi. Pf. ngn Ec 12 9 he sought out many proverbs (D^PD; || fJK). tipn a.m. Ja616 searching, thing (to be) searched out ; — abs. "ip_n Jb 5 9 + 8 t.; cstr. id. Jb8 8 + 2t.; pi. cstr. npn Ju 5 16 ;— £ npn J U 5 16 searchings, questionings of heart; Jb 11' canst thou reach BvfjJ 11 i.e. what is to be explored in him, the whole range of his nature, so 'n Dinn 38 16 the range of the deep ; esp. 'n px i.e. it is unsearchable Jbs" 9 10 ^ 145 3 Pr 25 s IS40 28 , cf. 'n t6 Jb 34 24 36 s6 ; DnDX 'n 8 8 i.e. thing searched out by their fathers. T [ipn^j a.m. range (as place to be ex- plored),' H.jrnpnD + 95* (cf. ipn Jb 38 16 ). -in

am "ih noble, ih, "in hole, v. sub II. Tflflj in na-ian v . sub n. nm. Kill, or mi"! (-/of following; mean- ing unknown). t [ N 10> or """X?! n -[ ni -] dun » ( NH N " in ('-)> id.; Aram. Jiii it,- Mand. ton (on this and cogn. lang.in gen. v. No MM ); Ar. *^i id., whence vb. <jjL of act, and n. J& f p] ace • Amh. the-: (Di LuA " b - 88 ))— P l. S f. on^-in l 8 3 6 12 Kt (Qr o™iv); || 2 K 18 27 has brnn (v. sg. nn 6 s5 ; Qr as above); Dty*- ""gj rfot'e'* rfwwjf 2 K 6 s6 Kt (Qr D , 3i , :n); v., further, Gei tTrKhr " , - 40l> . t [ntnrrc] n.f . pl. draught house, 2 K 1 o ff . fl. [2"in] vb. be dry, dried up (cf. &T) (Aram. 3ftq be dry, NfWl drought) ;— Qal P/. 3 pl. «ip Gn 8 1313 , Is 19 6 ; 7mp/. 3 ms. 3JJP Ho i3 16 +2 t., 3Vj»l ^ 106 9 ; 7»m>. fs. 'ain Is 44 s7 ; — be dry, dried up: 1. of ground, be freed from waters of flood firfWn 'JB 'n Gn 8 13b (J). 2. of waters, be dried up, taken away, of waters of flood Gn8 13 »(P); of Nile "VIJ1 e>:n 3^TJ is 19 5 (||Qj™ d?d-vib>ji), v . same combination Jb 14 11 (|lD;—30 6)6 6)1$); I s 19 8 (||1^,) 44 27 (H^"); of Red Sea ^ 106 9 ; fig. of Ephraim's freshness and vigour Ho 13 16 . Pu. Pf. 3 pl. cnh tib Ju i6 78 , of fresh bow-strings (of gut, v. Bla). Hiph. Pf. 3 ,_ |nn Na i 4 , of s drying up rivers (||lnE'a>i),' perh. also Is u 15 (for MT Dnnn) v. ® <S93S; WPJDI the Euphrates Je 51 s6 (|| 'REbVl) ; Impf. DJ annK Is 50 2 , subj. '», 7 dry ig>o*o(||T!9 ^ tffe*); 3-inK Is 3 7 K = 3"inK 2 K 19 24 , of king of Assyria drying up rivers of Egypt; Pt. fs. natron I s 5 i'» f '■»'„ arm drying up (Red) Sea. fi. 0">n] adj. dry, only fs. rnnn Lv 7 10 of meal-offering not moistened (with oil; P); "JIB n3in Pr 1 7 1 a dry morsel. fl. l^n n.m. Gn3140 dryness, drought, heat, abs. 'n Gn3i 40 +nt. + Dt28 22 (for MT SJ^J v. Di, sq. 93; ® and ®L om.); — 1. dryness Ju 6 s;.39.4o ( all of absence of dew); Je 50 39 (||^); so id. also Zc 1 1 17 (for MT 3in, see v b and Sta zaw 1. i88i, 29 a faying u p upon his arm (i.e. a withering) and upon his right eye. 2 . drougfu Hg i " + Dt 2 S 22 v. supr. 3. parching heat (of sun) Gn 3 i 40 (opp. mj5), J e 36 30 (opp. id.); Is4 6 25 4 - 56 ; of fever Jb 30 30 . tni^n n.f. dry ground;— abs. 'n Gn 7" + 7 t.; opp! Djn Ex 14 51 (J), Hg 2 «; cf. Gn 7" (J); opp. water of Jordan Jos 3 I717 (J), 4'" (E),

K 2 8 ; of Nile-arms T DnN? 'JVIJ1 Ez 30". 

T[]ilin] n.m. drought, only pl. cstr. PB 'JS"|D? f 32 4 metaph. of fever heat. fll. [2"in] be waste, desolate (NH X$) id.; Aram. 3i"in, L. be laid waste; Zinj. 3"in adj.; Ar. C^i 6« in ruins, waste, depopulated; As. hardbu, be waste, Dl Prl7s , huriblu, desert, Lotz™);— Qal Impf. 3 fs. 3inn J e 26', 3inri I834 10 ; 3mpl. ffjrP Ez6 6 , 131IT Am 7" I«6o*j

f p i. njznnri Ez6 6 12 s0 ; /mi. CTtg ( 80 , not 

«-in_Theiie— see van d. H Hahn Kb 1 - 244 ) Je 2 12 ; Inf. abs. 3"in Is 60 12 ; — be waste, desolate; of sanctuaries of Isr. Am 7" (|| *OB>J), of altars Ez6 6 ; of cities Je2 6 9 Ez 6 8 12 20 (||D»B'); of nations Is 34 10 , OTW 3ip 60 12 (|l"3#) ; fig., i n address to the heavens "1NO Uiri Je 2 12 — (|| *OE>, '"^l), be very desolate (at sins of Isr.); others, be amazed, astounded (on relation of meanings v. DOB'). Niph. Pt. f. nanru Ez 26" as adj., desolate city, i.e. uninhabited, v. context; ni3"jri3 30 17 of desolate countries (IJMSE'J). Hiph. Pf. 3TJJ5 Ez i 9 17 ; 1 s. ^nn Zp f;

p i. iannri i s 37 18 2 K 19 17 ; Impf. is. Snqu 

Is 42 15 ; Pt. T-m Ju 16 24 ; pl. c. sf. ^3nrip Is49 17 ; — lay waste, make desolate, human subj.; nations and lands Is 37 ,8 =2Ki9 17 , Is42 ls , cf. pt. Is 49 17 (H^pinO); add prob. with We Am 4 » (VOTPin for the untranslateable TtVTC) I have devastated your gardens and vineyards; pt. Ju 1 6 24 desolater of our country ( || U2?n"nK n 3 "!"! 1 ) ; obj. cities Ez 19 7 ; streets Zp 3* (|| ItBE'J). Hoph. Pf. 3 fs. , " 1 ?i n . n Ez 26 2 she is laid waste, of a city; Pt. ni3"inD Ez29 12 laid waste, of cities (|| QDB*). fn. i"^n adj. waste, desolate; — ms. abs.'n Je33 10 +3 T t.; fs. n3TnNe2 3 +2t.; fpl.ni3"inn Ez 36^^ (v. Ko 1 ' 241 );— of a city, defined P«D nona ['SCI DIN Je 33 10 , cf. v 12 ; also Ne 2 3 - 17 ; nisi'nn nnvn Ez sd 33 ( + niewn t niDinan ; pp. 13^; niiws). •fn.llh n.[m.] desolation ;—'nn.V Is6i 4 cities of desolation (||niD»B', and, in v*, J"li3"}ri); cf. Z P 2 14 Je4 9 13 , and 'n' ni3-]ri tTVflf Ez 29 10 Egypt shall be wastes of desolation (but © 93 Co wastes of the sword, 3in for 3lh); + Ez 38 s Co, who rds. 3i.no (or nfinp). mn

mn T2")h, !^~W n.pr.mont. Horeb (waste, desert)—® Xaptf (v. Lag 8 * 85 ); D^Nn nn"i>K nanh Ex 3 1 (E), cf. 3-ih D^n in ny 1 K 19 8 ; 3-iha nisfn Er 1 f, anin in 33 s (both E); 3i.no, anna Dt i 2 - 619 4 ,<us 5 s 9 s 18 16 28 s9 ; 1 K 8 9 2 Ch 5 10 ^ 106 19 Mai 3 22 ; the sacred mountain of the wilderness, no geograph. diff. from 'VD dis- coverable, but synonym of it in E and (esp.) D (except poem Dt 33 s ; vid. , 3 , p P). Tri3"in n.f. waste, desolation, ruin; — abs. fl Lv T 26 31 + 1 5 t. + Ez 3 8 8 (del. <© Co) + Ez

12 nam ® Co for nmn ; pi. rfacyn ^ 9 7 + 1 1 1. 

(EZ38 12 , cf. supr.); cstr. niann is 5 17 + 7 t.; sf. TO3TIJ Is 49 19 ; Wann Ezr 9 9 ; nTia-in j s 51 s ; n'nimn IS44 26 ; BnvrtXH? ^ io9 10 +2 Ch

6 (cf. 3in and infr.); (chiefly mid. and late 

Heb. Is 2 81; Jeiot. EZ14I— inch 38 s , q. del. Co); — 1. waste, ruin, of cities of Israel Lv 26 3,ffl (H); Judah IS44 26 49 19 (|| rioip), 5 8 12 (.133), Je 25 18 27 17 44 26 Ez 5 14 ; ruins of Jeru- salem Is 52 s Dn 9 2 ; also EZ35 4 ; cf. Mai i 4 (c. H33), Ez 36 10 (c. JIM) v 33 (id,); Egypt Ez 29 910 (in both ||'"I?1?F; 3-lh nmn in v 10 ); ruin of temple Ezr 9°; = ruined dwellings )r 109 10 ; cf. 2 Ch 34 6 , where rd. perh. DyOSffflS for Bnvia nna (v. Sin sub III. 3"in); Je 2 2 5 ; in gen. ruins (si vera 1., v. Di ; obj. of n») Jb 3 14 ; 'n D13 V' i°2 7 an owl of a ruin. 2. of land: waste place amid ruins Is 5 17 , cf. 51 3 flpfTO, nrnj?); land a desolation Je 7 s4 44 22 Ez 25 13 (Edomj Je 25 11 Is 64 10 and Ez 3 3 S4W (of Judah), cf. Ez 13 4 , 'na D'Wa sim. of the prophets; nicc^n fin Ez 36 4 (of Israel); of desolation of enemies of Isr. + 9 7 (rn$> 'n) ; n^V 'n = old ruins Is 6 1 4 (c. n33); elsewhere perpetual ruin, desolation Je 25 9 49 13 (cities of Bosra); D^VO 'n Ez 26 20 (sim. of Tyre). ■(•III. [3^n] vb. (Aram, and rare) attack, smite down (cf. Ar. CJ^- plunder, 111. wage war with, vi. fight together, *l>j** war, battle; Syr. oL»- smile, slay) — Qal /ww. ms. 3TW Je 50" a«ac/fc ( + Qnnnt< Dnnni) ; m pl. 13-in' v 27 obj. rpna-TS , fig. of men of Babylon. Nipk. Pf. 3 pi. D'atan la-ira ( v . Hopb.) 3nnn 2 K 3° </«; kings have attacked one anotlier, fought to- gether (|| WFrn$ B*K »?!). Hopb. /m/. a&s. 2 K 3 s3 , v. Niph., but rd. perhaps 3nnn, cf. Dr Lv 19 20 , note. .in 411 n-f. 1 " 2115 sword (as weapon; Aram. N3")n, U>£, Zinj. 3"in; Ar. 1HI. dart, javelin) —abs. S'jn Gn 3 24 + ; SJfJ Ex I7 I3 + ; cstr. ann Dt 33 s9 + ; sf. '31? Ex x 5 9 + 1 3 1. ; ^3in Gn 2 7"" + 7 1.; -in 1 s i7 33 ^i 7 13 ; iain Nu2>+ 24I; Daain je2 30 Ez33 26 ; Dfin V'37 15 44 4 ; pl.rtonn Is 2 1 I6 + 5 1. ; cstr. niann j os 5 2 + 2 1. ; sf. vniain EZ26 9 ; Dniannis2 4 +5t.; n?na-]nMi4 3 +2t.; — 1. a. sword, as weapon of war Gn 48 s2 (E), Ju 7 ,4M 1 S 2 1 9 , and so in all periods ; two-edged (short) sword H31K IDl n'l'B *$ P$| 'n Ju 3 16 , cf. ni»3 'n Prs 4 (in sim.'), •#»• fl ^149*; v. also 'n "NX «djre of sword ^ 89*". b. jrircZ on sword= / nn -i;n 1 s 17 39 2 5 13 - 1313 Vm5 4 ('nn 'n IX ^), "P ^ D^> Ex 32 s7 , cf. esp. 2S20 8 . C. draw the sword 'nn pnn Ex 15 9 Lv 26 s3 Ez5 2 - 12 12 14 2 8 7 , 'nn kwi Ezzi 810 , 'nn nns f 37" Ez 2 1 33 , TO3 Is 2 1 15 (Gr Che VV& v. infr.); usu. 'nn t|te Nu 22 2331 Jos 5 13 Ju 3 211 8 .20 q54 I S 17" 31*= 1 Ch io 4 2 1 16 , and as characteristic of warriors'n tjj& Ju zo 21517 - 25 - 35 - 46 2 S 24 s 2 K s 26 , 1 Ch 21"; 'n,T^ M> pan«l 2 S 23 10 , ins. also in || 1 Ch 1 1 13 (Dr). d. whet, sharpen the sword 'nn WX& i/<- 7 13 (cf. Is 2 1 15 supr.), but also f3B> Dt 32 41 cf. V' 64 4 , nirnn Ez 21 1416 . e. put up the sword into the sheath ™Tr^>K 'nn Vfa

Qh. 2 i v (sheath oi sword is elsewhere iyn I S7 51 
S 20 8 Je47 6 Ez2i 8 ), f. slay with sword Jin 

'na Jos io" I3 22 + ; in BMfoH WW 1 S 2 s3 , in- sert 3ina before DH*» © We Dr ; rarely 'na nan Jos 1 1 10 2 K i 9 37 =Is 37 38 ; very oft. 'n^ nan smite ace. to the mouth of the sword i. e as the sword can devour (2 S 2 26 1 i 2o ) = without quarter Nu2i 24 (E) Dti 3 16 * 20 13 Jos ii 111214 (all D) Jui8 27 2i 10 1K10 25 Jbi 1517 ; also c. T>yn as sole obj. Jos 8 24 io 28 - 30 - 32 - 35 - 37 , cf. v 39 19 47 Ju i 825 20 37 1S22 1919 2 S15 14 ; 'msb Jin tGn 34 26 (J); 'TT'sb Dnnn Dti3 16b (incl.T'yn in obj.), Jos6 21 1S15 8 , 'mtb vhn tExi7 13 (E); 'n-^ bs: Jos 8 M Ju 4 1S ; 'n-'sb ..."> DW1 Ju 4 15 ;— ('meb is chiefly in Jos and Ju (2 1 1.), in Hexat. only JED; but Jb post-ex.), g. 'nn nbaN etc., of the sword as devouring: — 1BO 'ann ?a^n Dt32 42 (poet.), 2 S 2 26 ii 25 18 8 Is i M Je 2 20 Je 46' 014 Na 2 14 . b. slain by sword is 'IT?!?n Nu 19 16 (P) and frequently Ez, 'm.^D 3I ™ 32 ".*.a. .80.32 3£| 8 / n ^JJJTO y 26 < Q 'pp^ ( on text of 32 20 - 22 - 31 v. Co).' i. 'n ni'3f Gn 3 i 2 « are captives of (taken by) sword. j. sword fre- quently agent of' Ju 7 20 Is 34 s Je 1 2 12 47" etc., —so Dt 28", but rd. 3nh v . sub I. ain (cf. on other hand 1 S 17 47 ); note esp. Gn 3 24 'nn or^ naanntpri; poe t. 'n an 1 ) Na3 3 , 'n pna Dt32 41 . tomn

rmn k. 'n fig. of tongue ^57" cf. 59 s ; fig. of violence, war, etc., Gn27 40 ; in sim. Pr 5 4 (of grievous end of dealings with strange women)'. 2. knife D'")? 'n flint knives for use in circumcision Jos 5™ (T.Ve"""" 1 "'™ 1 ); Ez5 1J ~W "™ 'n D'apn (ace. to Co use of sword as razor is significant). 3. of tools used in hewing stone r$& riD?n ff]n Ex 20 25 ; 'na fK[ Ez 26", ace. to most =: tools, axes, 'steel' (Co 'Eisen'), but poss. swords as implement ready to hand; 2 Ch 34 6 Qr Bn'na-ina with their tools; rd. perh. DiTrtTinzi in their ruins, Be, who comp. ^ 1 09 10 ; v.'nain sub II. a-in (@ 33 om. nn). TN^3~in n.pr.m. eunuch of Ahasuerus Est 1 10 = n3i2"in ■j 9 (Vers. ,jL>y»- = donkey driver, Vullers 1 ' 668 ").' HjiH^n n.pr.m. v. foregoing. T[jnn] vt>. quake (cf. (si vera 1.) Ar. l^i be straitened, unable to move for fear and rage (Lane), also put oneself in a rage (Dozy) ; % NTto n?"in Dt 32 s5 terror of deat/ij — only Qal Impf. 3 mpl. DJWjfhjDW? Wrq ,/,i8 46 pregn. and come quaking out of their fortresses (cf. Wf, in like connex. Mi 7 1 '); rd. the same also iii'jl 2S22 46 (for MT <"l$TCj, v. njn; possible would be also mn'l in both, as Ho n lon etc.) /Jin (quadril. -/of foil.; cf. Ar. Ji^. run right and left, run swiftly (Frey)). • ;On n.[m.] a kind of locust (NH id.; Aram. JfaL, f$t»")0; Jiji (Dozy), all = locust; iXaJ'jL. swarm of locusts (Frey)) — only Lv 1 1 22 (P) in list of edible insects, || nanK, dybt), ajn. MM vb. tremble, be terrified (As. har&du, M., ace. to Dl HA20 ' Pr "; Ar. SJ, be bashful, shamefaced; NH 'Tl'in a trembling) — Qal Pf "Wifi consec. Is 19 16 ,' nVin Is io 29 , niin 2 K 4 13 ,' Vrin 1 S 13 7 14 15 , VT|p) consec. Ez 26" 32'°; Impf. rVTP Jb 37*, rvm Gn 27 s3 + 5 t.; m/ft Ho 11 10 Ez 2 6 1S , ITWT Ho n» rrinj Am 3* Is 4 1 6 , trWJJl Gn 42 28 + 2 t. ; 7m«. tOTl Is 32"; — 1. tremble, quake, of a mountain Ex 1 9 18 — so JQ, but rd. DVn, © v . Di (E); of isles Ez 26 18 (metaph., in fear); so Is 4 1 5 (Y^n nixp, || ltfV D"K). 2. tremble, of persons under supernat infl. 1 S 14" (|| ""J™. HW «"P1); start, start wp (out of sleep) Ru 3* ; in mental disturbance Gn 27 s3 (J; c. ace. cogu.) tremble, in terror Ex 19" (E), Is 32" (||»n), be startled (at sound of trumpet) Am 3* cf. iKi"( + Dip, "]bn, KT»); tremble Ez 26" 32 10 sq. ?=at, Jb37* ('3?), Je terrified, of Egypt (personif.) Is 19" (||inB), Eamah io ffl , of Saul I S 28' subj. iai>, || RT). 3. 6e anxiously careful WTO ri"!"in nwn rrnnn »tw 2 K 4 13 . 4. with preps. pregn. = go or come trembling 1 S 1 3 7 (sq. Vinxo @L We Dr) Gn 42 s9 (E; sq. -*?*) 1 S 16 4 (sq. in«li?!») so 2 1 2 , Hon 10 (D T '0) v" (D^SBP). Hipb. Pf. "nnn Ju 8 12 , 'WpSJBj 2 S 17 2 ; Pt. innp Lv 6 M + 1 1 1. ; 7ra/. cstr. 1*1*71 Ez 30' Zc 2*;— drive in terror, rout an army, sq.acc. Ju8" Ez 30 9 Zc 2 4 cf. 2 S 17 2 ; (We prop. Winn Ho 5" ' s«<2< Benj. in Schrecken,' for MT T'jnN); in Pt. abs., only in 'O fW ; and none shall terrify, i.e. disturb the peace of those reposing — aaK>, apv, |'3i. M^, rQ2b 35?'— in the promised land LV26 6 , so after captivity Je3o 10 =46 27 , also Ez 34 s8 39 26 Mi 4 4 Zp 3 1S ; of undisturbed peace of the righteous Jb n 19 ; peace of flocks in forsaken cities Is 1 7 2 ; undisturbed feeding on carrion by fowl and beast Dt 28 M Je 7 s3 , un- disturbed prowling of lions Na 2" (metaph. of Assyrians). t "pn adj .verb, of foregoing, trembling; — I" 1 . 1 ? Ju7 3 + 3t.; Q'Tin Is66 s Ezr io 3 — trembling (from fear), abs. Ju 7 s (||tPV), 1 S 4 13 (subj. tab, sq. ?y, for, in behalf of); in awe and reverence, at word of God, sq. 3 Ezr 9 4 Is 66 2 (sq. bj>), v 6 (sq. b«); cf. 'b<A nixpa 'n Ezr 10 s . t"hn n.pr.loc. only T1 pjf (v. sub JS), a camping-place of Gideon and Israel. Ju 7 1 . t">-nn adj.loc. only c. art. Tin, of Harod 2 S 2 3 2SE (v. Dr and Ju 7 1 );= , 1 , nijn iChu" (rd. ^"inn) ; also 1 S 23 2 " > but' prob. not genuine ; not in © or 1 Ch 1 1, 27 (v. Dr and N|T^« supr. p. 45"). •j- 1. rmn n.f . trembling, fear, anxiety — rrnn Gn^V + 5 1. + Ez 38 21 (rd. for TBJ, B Co o£ Dr 1 S 14 15 ); cstr. nTjn 1 S 14" Pr2 9 25 (v. Lag BNl,s ); pi. """!" Ez 26 16 ;— 1. trembling, quaking (of terror ascribed to supernat. cause) 1 S i4 1615 (hence D'nbx 'n v. Dr; ||P«nnnni) cf. Ez 38 21 (v. supr.); Dn io 7 ; 'n bip Je 30 s voice of trembling; sq. gen. obj. D"1K 'n Pr 29™ trembling before man; opp. pleasure Is 21 4 ; tremblings (pi.) Ez 26 16 under fig. of garment (lBO^ 'n), of effect on coast-princes of fall of Tyre. 2. anxious care 2 K 4 13 , ace. cogn. ell". A a rrnn

f ii. r?"Pn n.pr.loc. a station of Isr. in ' t T-: * wilderness Nu 33 24 - 25 , site unknown. Til IN vb. burn, be kindled, of anger (Aram. ,_

Pa. cause fire to burn (rare); Zinj. 

Kin anger, No ZMQ '■*«•»; Ar. Y£. burning sensation, in throat, etc., fr. rage and pain) — Qal Pf. 'n Gn 4 6 + 20 t,; Impf. ITJHJ Ex 32" + 2 1. ; inf Gn 1 8 30 + 7 t. ; W| Gn 4 5 + 46 1. ; /n/. abs. >"nn 1 s 20 7 ; cstr. nitn 2 S 24 1 ^ 124 3 ; — . of man: a. t]K mn (one's) anger was kin- dled, burned Gn 39" Nu 22 s7 (J), Ex 32 1928 (JE), Ju 9 s0 14 19 1 S n 6 Jb 3 2 2 - 6 ; c. 3 op«f Gn 30 s (E), 44 18 (J), 1 S 17 28 20 30 2 S 12 6 2 Ch 25'° + 124 s Jb 3 2 23 ; c. b« Nu 24 10 (E). b. irupers., f|K omitted ; ? mn it was kindled for (him) he burned with anger Gn 3i 36 (E), 4 s ' 6 34 7 Nu i6 ls (J), 1 S 15 11 (rd. perh. "IJRJ, Weir in Dr), 18 8 20" 2 S 3 s 6 8 =i Ch 13",' 2 S 13 s1 19" Ne 3 s3 4 1 5 6 Jon4 M -"; ins. Iffr "m 2 S 1 1 22 @ We Dr ; TJ>3 'n Gn 31 36 45* (E). 2. of God : a. P|K 'n Ex 2 2 23 Nu 22 ffi (E), Nu 1 1 110 32 I0 (J); c. 3 Ex 4 14 32 10 Nu 12 9 Dt 3i 17 (J), 6' 5 7 4 11" 2 9 2li Jos2 3 16 (D), Ju6 39 2 S6 r = 1 Ch 13'°, Ho 8 6 2 K 23 26 2 Ch 25 16 Jb 4 2 7 ; DP Ex 3 2 u Nu 1 1 33 (J), Is 5 25 f 106 40 ; {>N-ifc*3 Nu25 3 3 2 13 (JE); Ju2" M 3 8 io 7 2S24 1 2K13 3 ; i'Nn'B"'J33Jos7 1 (E); D*TO3, «|K omitted, Hb 3 8 ; c. by Zc 10 3 . b. ? mn Gn iS 30 - 32 ^) 2 S 22 8 = V<-i8 8 . — Note: mrinotin HP(whousee)yp); nor in Je Ez Is 2 Pr or poetry of Jb. Niph. Pf. Tiro sq. 3 Ct i 6 (ace. to Eb" 379 De Kb 1 - 651 ) be angry with ; Pt/3 D'l.nsri b'3 a ll that are incensed against (thee) Is 41 11 , so 45 24 . Hipb. Pf. P1™J n "3 n :'7 Ne 3 20 burned with zeal (?) m re- pairing, but © om. mnn ; prob. dittogr. ; Impf. « ty irm Jbi 9 " awd /tinned his anger against me. Hithp. Impf. "inriFI btf. ^ 37 1 - 7 - 8 Pr 24 19 heat oneself in vexation. — The foil, forms are somewhat dub. : Impf. 2 ms. ?TX D'prarrnK rnnrin J e 1 2 5 Aow can<rf thou hotly contend (in a 1 ace) w&A <Ae Aorses ? Pt. '3 H2? n ~!0 n 9 ™?£ Je 22 15 because thou strivest eagerly (to excel) m cedar; expl. as THph'il by Thes Ges' 56 ' 6 Ew 1122 ' 01 S2M * Sta iM9b Ko lpOT id., and regarded by most as a rare causative ftera ; but ag. existence of Tiph'el v. Ba NB im ' ' zHuj8M.no. ^ regards the form ag denom. (fr. a noun formed by n preform., cf. Aram. jloi-L" contention); SS would point as Hithp. [cf. Syr. ~i*Xl contend with, ^L^Z contention], although meaning of Hithp. is diff., v. supr. tpin n.m. (burning of) anger (cf. Lag BS m A„ m . * ,y_, n Ez 7 , 2+ 2 1 . cstr fVnn Nu25 , +

1.: sf. 'Jnn Ez 7 14 (Co p-in), "iin ^ 2 6 ; i?in 

Ex 15 7 ; pi. sf.^3'nn^88 17 ;—alw.of God's anger (v.note.infr.), sftt jVin EX32 12 Nu 25 4 32 14 Jos 7 s6 (J), Dt i 3 18 1 S 28 18 2 K 2 3 26 2 Ch28"-' 3 29 10 30 8 Ezr 10" Ho ii 9 Na i 6 Zp 2 2 3 8 Is 13 913 Je 4 8 - 26 12 13 25 3738 30 24 49 37 51 45 Jon 3 9 ^6 9 25 78 49 8 5 4 Jb 20 23 La i 12 4 11 ; t

om., Ex 15 7 (song), Ne 

1 3 18 ^ 2" Ez 7 12 (del. Co), v 14 ; pi. bursts of burn- ing anger yjr 88 17 . — Note : fhri-to3 ^58'° burning anger © 33 Jer AV Bae Che ; but Thes MV SS DeW EwOl Pe, something burning, e.g. thorns, antith. green thorns ; Hengst De cooked flesh, autith. raw; Je 25 s8 fHrTI 'n ^BD because of the fierceness oftlie oppressor (1 AV) would then be the only use of the word of other than God's anger ; here © % Ew Hi Gf Ke Che Gie KV rightly rd. 3"in oppressing sword (as 46^ 50 16 ). pin is_ not used in H P D 2 or E (except song, Ex 15 7 ) of the Hex; nor in Ez except 7 12 (del. Co), v 14 . tnn n.m. burning, alw. m(}) *7{1 of Moses Ex 1 1 8 (J); Jonathan 1 S 20 34 ; army of Ephraim 2 Ch 25 10 ; Bezin Is 7 4 ; of God Dt 29 s3 La 2 3 . nvnn v. .Tmn. TP|QV^ n.pr.m. father of one of the builders of the wall Ne 3 10 . T"in (-/of foil.; NH Tin string together, esp. jewels or pearls ; Aram. TV) id.; )£» id.; Ar. JJ!£ sew or stitch, £i beads strung together, neck-ornament). t yrXi n.[m.] string of beadB, only "pi. BTWia -nWX Ct i 10 thy neck (is comely) with strings of beads.

  • i" 1 ^" 1 .'! 1 (van d. H .Tmn), n.pr.m. ( V and

mng. unknown) — father of one of the builders of the wall, Neh.'s time Ne 3". ■ftrnn, inyn v. sub i. nnn. tDPnn n.pr.m. grandfather of Shallum, who was husband of Huldah the prophetess 2K22 14 . I. U iPT (-/of foil.; Aram. tfl~ cut, scratch, tear; cf. Ar. l^i. peel of bark, strip off leaves (mod. Ar. turn wood), k^ iron instrument for doing this). TO r jria.[m.] graving-tool, stylus — 1. graving-tool, with which Aaron fashioned (1SJ1) cnn

cnn Ts ii" (but rd. perh. annn with © <B 23 X). d. so also of devoting even Israelites : a city of Isr. for worshipping other gods Dti3 16 ; residents of Jabesh-Gilead for not joining in campaign against Benj. Ju 2 1 ". 2. devote to '"< : for sacred uses Wttb D'nnn the spoil of the nations Mi 4 13 ; private possessions, whether a man, animal, or field Lv27 S8 (P). Hoph./»y>/. ffin; Lv27 29 Ezno 8 ; ffVg Ex22 19 ;— 1. be put under the ban, devoted (to death), for worshipping other gods than '» Ex 2 2 19 (JE ; earliest use of word in OT); for some other theocratic offence Lv 27 s * (P; v. Di). 2. devoted, i.e. forfeited, to the temple treasures Ezr io 8 . — On Din v. esp. Di (Kn)Lv 27 28 ; Ew in "' M , Dr 1 S 15 33 . fi. DIPI n.m. Lv2728 X. devoted thing. 2. devotion, ban ; — 'n abs. Jos 6 17 + 24 t. (most rd. trm ZC14 11 , Baer Bin); Bnn Jos 7 1 ; sf. VJtl 1 K 20 42 Is 34 s ;— thing devoted to  : 1. thing hostile to theocracy, and therefore (in the strictest application) to be either destroyed, or, in the case of certain objects (e.g. silver and gold, vessels of brass and iron Jos6 19 - 24 ), set apart to sacred uses; esp. a. of a Canaan, city, as Jericho, incl. all inhab. (exc. Rahab's family) and spoil Jos 6 171818 7 1 " 1 '; Achan by taking Dnnn-JD made (camp of) Isr. 'n 7 12 cf. 6 18 , and became himself 'n, and was stoned and, with his family and possessions, incl. the spoil, was burnt y"MUMt ( a n JE exc. 7' P; cf. v 13 - 24 - 25 ); TB ^>y» byo committed un- faithfulness in the matter of the devoted thing is term for the sin Jos 7 1 22 20 (both P), cf. '113 ?yo 1CI12 7 ; Saul and Isr. spared Agag king of Amalek and Tin n'B'S"! i.e. of the spoil (sheep and oxen), wh. should have been utterly destroyed 1 S 15 21 (cf. v 38 ; Saul rejected by '•> for this v"- 26 ): so an idolatr. city in Isr. should become 'n, with all its contents, and be utterly destroyed Dt 1 3 17 (cf. v 131516 ). b. of individuals, one having relic of Canaanit. god in his house should become 'n, the relic being 'n Dt 7 26 ' 26 ; every human being who became 'n should be killed Lv 2 7 2929 (P; v. Di). 2. appar.(so Di) anything devoted to sanctuary under speci- ally stringent conditions Lv.27 28 (v. Di ; and cf. Ezr io 8 ); a field consecrated to '"< becomes under certain conditions Tin Tffto Lv 2 7 2 '; every 'n is Hlrr^ D'Bhp EHj) v 28 , and no 'n that a man may devote, whether man, beast or field, may be sold or redeemed v 28 ; every such 'n (as in case of metals and metal objects Jos 6 1719 ) went to Aaron and his sons Nui8 14 (P), to Zadokite priests Ez 44 20 . 3. devotion, ban, involving destruction ; Onn K"K x k 20 42 man under my (s) ban (of Benhadad); 'pnn Dy Is 34' (of Edom); 'rfr f« Is 43 s8 fig.'of V g giving over Jud. to Chald. ; 'n not to be in future Zc 1 4 11 ; Tl n? n_n ? Wip- 1 ?] K ^ 3 ?"f? Mai 3 s4 smite the land with a ban, i.e. utterly destroy it. t Din n.pr.loc. (sacred ; cf. Sab. n.pr.loc. DTWM DHM ■*'•»-*-■•)_» place in tribe of Naphtali Jos 19 s8 (P); not identified. ^□in n.-pv. m. (consecrated ; cf.Sab.n.pr.m. Din, irxo-in' Hal 411504 DHM |C )— 1. priest of the third course, David's time, ace. to 1 Ch 24 s . 2. priest of time of Nehemiah Ne io 6 . 3. heads of families of returning exiles: a. Ezr2 39 =Ne7 42 , Ezr io 21 Ne 12 15 . b. Ezr 2 32 = Ne 7 35 , Ezr io 31 Ne 3 11 . 4. a prince Ne io 28 . Tn*2in n.pr.loc. (asylum, cf. Ar. id., Weta* 1 ***- ,884 - » 6 )— a royal city of Canaanites, in the South, in tribe of Simeon Nu I4 45 .(JE ; art. only here v. Di), 21 3 (J) where name expl. from Israel's devoting Canaanites of Arad to destruction ; Jos 1 5 30 1 o 4 (P), Dt 1 44 Jos 1 2 14 (D), 1 S 30 30 1 Ch 4 30 ; originally called JIB? J u i 17 , where name is said to have been changed to Hormah because Judah and Simeon (after death of Joshua) devoted its inhabitants to destruction, v. Di Nu 2 1 3 . — On Bite v. JIBS. TpO-in n. pr. mont. Hermon (sacred mountain, cf. Sab. DinD, etc., temple, Ar. *^. interior of mosque, H!i asylum, Wetzst ZKWv- .115 RSfcm .l« l M - . 1 ^_ the highes( . peak of Anti-Lebanon range,usually snow-capped, com- manding southern Syria & northern Palestine; it is called ]&'& by the author of Dt^ 48 ; by the Amorites n^f , by the Sidonians fj? Dt 3 9 . It has three peaks ; and the names ponn and "WB>, distinguished in 1 Oh 5* Ct4 8 , may refer to two of these peaks; D^Onn i/<- 42" prob. refers to these different peaks (see Bob 81 ""' 357 Bad ri11 301 ). It is a northern boundary 'n "in 1J7 Dt 3 8 Jos 1 2 1 ; ftonn nn mount Hermon is used also Jos ii 17 12 6 13 611 1 Ch 5 s3 ; but ponrj Jos 1 1 3 + 89 13 133 3 Ct 4 8 . Vid. penn i>ya j u 3 3 iCh5 23 (see Wetzst 1 "- 115 ). D^^iDin v. foregoing. f II. [Din] vb. slit (nose, lip, ear, etc.), mutilate, esp. face (Ar. IjL. perforate, pierce, slit the partition between /he nostrils, or the lip, or the lobe of tlie ear) — Qal PL pass. T*Jf C"t< yn'tJ' M Dnn iK r©3 IN a man blind or lame or Din

na-in mutilated in the face (in nose, lip, ear, etc.), or too Jong in a limb Lv 2 1 18 (H), v. Di (Kn). fn. Clll a.m. net (as something perforated; cf. Ar. I^sr- perforated work, Fl in NHWB 11.M8. NH D -in nH; ph _ Qnn ma ker jr nets)— abs. 'n Mi f ; sf. "KT

Ez 32 3 , totfl Hb i' S1617 ; 

pi. DOT Ec7 M Ez 26 514 4 f>;— hunter's net Mi 7 2 Ec 7 26 ; fisherman's net Ez 26 514 32 s 47 10 Hb i 16 - 1617 . 'tttoin n.[m.] sickle (on form v. Ges «»"'•")_ Dti6 9 2 3 26 . fi. )1P n.pr.loc. city in northern Mesopo- tamia (As. harrtinu—road, path COT GloM ; cf. Dl Pll8 »; Jensen k°«°oi°«"' 28 , j unct i on of trading- routes^ cross- roads) — mentioned as city of Abram's sojourn Qn n 31 , where his father Terah died v 32 , and whence he departed for Canaan 1 2 4S ; where Laban, Jacob's uncle, lived, and whither Jacob fled 27^ 28 10 (both HJ^P), 2 9 4 ; as conquered by fathers of Sennacherib 2 K io 12 = Is 37 12 ; as place of trade Ez 27 s ; As. Harrana (-ni), Schr C0T on Gn 11 s1 27** © Xappav. It was an ancient seat of worship of moon-god (Sin), v. Schr 1 furtlx Chwolsohn 8 "" 1 " '■ 303ff Wiistenfeld ZMG 1864 ' 443 '• Schr KG 360, 636 g acnau R8l » e 17 ff - MeZ Geach ' d - Stadt Harran, 1892 ■fn. pH n.pr.m. son of Caleb of Judah i Ch 2 46 - 46 ; ® Appav, ®L Qpav (Sab. n.pr. pn DHM EplBr ' I, * 1 " n • 56 V pin, pft v. pin rva p . m SU p r . "'^h adj. gent. v. id. t D^iin , O^n n.pr.loc. (poss. two hol- lows, caves, ravines, v. pin JV3) — DWn '•p/1 Is 15 5 Je 48 s , tfjYlh T$D Je 4 8 5 , Dtfih 4 8 34 ', city of Moab; = Ml" 32 jmn (i.e. prob. tfSln); © Apaviup., Qpavaip. — On 0??Pn © Jos 13 10 "

S 13 34 v. WeDr and pin n<3. 

"McS^n n.pr.m. name in tribe of Asher 1 Ch 7 s6 = n.pr.loc. v. Be. — © Avap<pap, A Apvatpap, ©L Aputfpip. P"^n (vof foil.; meaning dubious). fi.Cnn n.m. Ju,4IS sun (NH id.)— abs.'n Jb 9 7 (||D<3313); c. H epenth. npnnn K3J D-1D3 Ju 14' 8 (cf. ?y, n?y) before the sun could go down (but rd. pcrh. i"n"!0n into the (bridal) clmmher Sta 24 * 1 * 84 ' 233 ' 7 ). f 11. [uHn] n.pr.loc. 1. abode of Ainor- ites, D'abyea* |i^N3 Dnrnns J u i", since cnn 8un=W£f, perh. ss &$ JV3 1. (q. v.), so Stu (who prop. D-in Ty=iV), Ke Be Bu M17 Ot Bla; © (Vtu [opci ToO] MupiriKuw^ri^rrDin Til, 2. place E. of Jordan Dinn n^jDJ>D J u 8 13 //w» the ascent of lferes, © Aper ; the point whence Gideon turned back from pursuing Midian; Aq Symm rd. Dpnn ( v . Lag 0no,,, - M ' 2 ° ded - Isl ) so SS.— Dnn-n:nri j u T 2 9 v. sub njtan, -/rap, m. Din, n^p^n, niDin v. sub mn. y^Jl (-/of foil.; perh. cf. Aram. ^L. Ethpa.fee clever, )jsLJL shrewd, esp. in bad sense; Ar. cX split, viii. originate, invent). Tyinn n.pr.m. a great-great-grandson of Saul i'Cha 41 © eapa( x )=V)^ S x © e*p«, A ap« ; ®L in both Qapaa. t I -[ t l"5'?l vb - re P r ° aeh ( NH pi - &•; Aram. flD id., -s;!. sharpen, &JHL sharp, keen, acute);— Qal /mp/. '»;» ^ »TCJJ^6 Jb27 6 ; P«. «/• ^l" V' II 9 42 Pr2 7 n ; T?li n f69 10 . Piel. i>/! fpn J u 5 18 + 6 t.; nsin i s 31 ^ + 4 1. etc. + iot. pf.; Impf. »|"J0| 2S21 21 1CI120 7 ; TJ^ ^74'°+ 2 t. sf.; /»/. spnij Is 3 7 4 + 5 t.; DQ-j'n3 2 S 23" (but v. infr.); pi. «pnD ^44"; — reproach, — prop, say sharp things against, — taunt, c. ace. Ju 8 15 1 S i 7 ">- 2 ««- 3 «-« 2 S 21 21 + 1 Ch 20 7 ; God, by injustice to the poor Pr 14" 17 5 ; Yahweh, by idolatry Is 65'; Yahweh as the God of Israel 2 K 1 g 416 - 22 - 23 ^ Is 3 7 4 ' 723 «  = 2 Ch 32 17 (c. |»); c. 3, Philistines 2 S 23 s MT (but rd. D , B'1 DD3 at Pas-dammtm, n.pr.loc, as 1 Ch 11 12 WeDr); reproach, Ne6 13 ^42"

17 55 13 57* 74 10 ' 8 79 12 s 9 aM 1029 z l' 281 °.' 

poet, and fig., despise, scorn, TVtDp B"SJ 'n Ju 5 1S . tnEin n.f. reproach — 'n Gn 34"+ 35 t.; cstr. na-in j os 5'+ 15 1.; sf. injfjn f 74 M etc. + 17 t. sfs.; pi. nia-jn ^69" Dni2 2 ; cstr. nisin yff 69 10 . — 1. taunt of enemy I S 17 28 ; so also iS25 3 *; reproach cast upon another, scorn, contumely Ne 3 s6 5 9 ^ 69 20 - 21 71 13 89 51 1 19 22 Pr 18 3 Is 51 7 Ez 21 33 ; 'n J>0tf Je 5i 61 Zp 2 8 La 3 61 ; b]} 'n ;n3 Je 23 40 ; by 'n NB'J ^ 15 3 (slander); 'n NtTJ Je3i 19 EZ36 15 Mi 6 16 (reproach); »&3 by 'n Jear reproach for ^69 8 Je 15 15 Zp 3 18 ; 'n 3^*1 H012 16 Nes 36 ; 'n ^-in ^6 9 10 79 12 89 51 ; ^D 'n Ton 1 S i7 26 Is 25 s ; 'n -yarn ^ 119 38 ; reproaches against God ^ 69 10 (I'Slin niS'n), (fffl

ynn ™ 79 12 . 2. rejrroach which rests upon one, condition of shame, disgrace: a. sexual 2 S 13 13 Is 47 s Ez 16 57 Pr 6 13 . b. barrenness of womb Gn30 83 (E) IS4 1 ; widowhood Is 54*. c. hunger Ez 3 6 30 ; disease Jb 1 9 s . d. ritual, uncircumcision Gn 34" (P) Jos 5' (JE). e. in- juries from enemies La 3 30 5 1 Ne i 3 2 7 Jb 16 10 Dn 1 1 1818 . 3. a reproach, the object of reproach, the person or thing reproached D"JN na"in a rejrroach of man i^2 2 7 ; 733 'n 39 9 ; ?'T PPFI become an object of reproach to 3 1 12 79 4 89 42 1 09 20 Ez 5 15 ; ('b) rb (fffl) Is 30 s Je 6"* 20 8 42* 44 812 49 13 + 69" Dn 9 16 12 2 ; (b) r n jna Ez 2 2 4 Jo 2 19 ^78"; 'r6 jro Je24 9 29 18 Ez s M J02 17 ; 'b'n tri» + 44"; by 'n ttfc» 1 S 1 1 2 . fll. ^Iin (-v/offoU.; cf.Ar.wjJi.^ort«r fruit, pluck). Trpnn.m. harvest- time, autumn (Ar. i_ij.=r freshly gathered fruit, autumn (also rai» 0/ autumn or beginning of winter) = Sab. (f)D~

)HM ZMG1875.««x.697. g ab ST,— J pj ^ MnRsB^OT, cf. Eth.f<5£: araiw cMnvm* Os(Levy) ZMU1865 ' I68 ' m dhm zmg i88». 369. Xs.harjm, Schr'™ 11875 - 841 KAT 2 ""—COT 1 - 6 " 1 )— abs/nZci4 8 + 5t.;6f.' , 3inJb 20 4 ; _.ci-i"m^pGn8 2!! (J),V'74 17 Zci4 8 ; 'nn rtq autumn-house or palace Am 3 15 J636 22 ( + EHn3 'jPB>nn m <Ae 9*/* month, i.e. Nov.- Dec); 'no CHIT N? ?SV Pr 20 4 a sluggard ploughs not after harvest; as implying maturity, , ?"! 1 ^ , ? , 3 Jb29* in the days of my autumn (prime). in. [^n] vb.denom. remain in harvest- time (so Ar. uJX ; Eng. to winter) — only Qal impf 3 fs. ijnn vby pan npn|"7| is i8 6 aii t/ie beasts of the earth shall spend the harvest- time upon it. t Fpn (<lub. whether from I. or II.) n.pr.m. a chief of the line of Judah 1 Ch 2 51 . T Fpn, Fp~*n n.pr.m.(cf. Ar. i_L£. autumn, v. Tin supr.) — 1. *|"in head of a family of re- turned exiles Ne 7 M (® Ap«<£, ®L Iwfnj«)sesT}V (cf. !"n^ ear/,y ram) Ezr 2 18 (© Ovpa, A lapa, ©L Qpat). 2. Tin one of those sealed Neio 2 " @ Apn<p(a), @L Apr)<p. t^ynnQr, B'nn Kt, adj.gent. c. art.; 'nn VWpB^ 1 Ch 12 6 (Baer, v 6 van d. H), © Xapa(t)<p(t)i, A Apovcpi ; perh., if Qr right, con- nected with TO Ne 7 2i . fIV. [^in] vb. acquire (cf. Ar. u££ <wm o thing from its proper way or manner, but also gain, acquire [subsistence] for one's family)— only Nipt. Ft. f. Vft6 JlBTn nnSE' a maidservant acquired for a man (viz. as his concubine) L v 1 9 s6 (H ; cf. NH nann of woman designated for a man). "fl- Ijv v ^- cut » sharpen, decide (NH id., cut in, decide, Aram, in deriv.; As. hardsu, dig, decide, harisu, trench, Zehnpfund 8 * 81502 ; Ph. pn decmw, Hoffm ABQl "'- Mwl8SU1 )~- Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'M Jos io 21 ; JWjn 1 K 20 40 ; Impf. TW Ex 1 1 7 ; 2 ms. pnn 2 S s 24 ; Pt.pass. pin Is io 22 Lv 2 2 s2 ; pi. own jb i 4 6 (v. also pin infr.)— 1. cut, mutilate Lv2 2 w pUE' h» f^JJ n^3: 18 pirriS). 2. sliarpen, fig. the tongue, j> fcfe>j> 3^|"'n; *6 Ex 1 i 7 (J), i.e. utter no sound against Isr., Jos io 21 . 3. decide 1 K 20 40 (abs.); so pt. pass. VD' D^VPn Jb 14 s his days are determined, fixed (|| VEhn 13DO), Is io 22 'n |V?3 ; act with decision 2 S 5 24 . Niph. Pt. nyiTO Isio^+st.; nripJ Dn9 26 (both these forms inf. cstr. ace. to Ba NB9 °); decisive TU1 n?3 Is io 2:1 28 22 1JH9 27 a consumption and strict de- cision (i.e. that which is strictly determined), nrib'jo 'j 13 Dn 1 1 36 ; nto»b i 'na Dn 9 s6 *<Wc«  determining of desolation. "J" I.VW1 adj. sharp, diligent (on this and foil. v. Ba "» 173 )— pin Is 28 s7 4- 1 1 1. ; pi. BfPQ Prio 4 i2 24 ; D'Sin Pri3 4 ; nirjn Ami 3 ;— 1. sharp : of threshing instrument EHn 'fl J"liD Is 4 1 15 ; without 'D, as subst., 2S 27 (where KhV); ^"> 3n 'n Ami 3 ; Jb 4 i 22 (fig.of crocodile). 2. fig. diligent : as subst. Pr 21 5 ; opp. HJD"j Pr io 4 12 2427 ; opp. ^SV Pr 13 4 .— Dn 9 26 v. iv. pin. f 11. Y^nn n.[m.] strict decision, only pOJ? pinn Jo 4 14 ' 4 «aZZ«y of strict decision (v. Ba K c ). fin. tpnn n.[m.] trench, moat (Aram. "y"! n ; As. harisu, hirisu, id., Dl awB ) — only in 'ni 3in"l Dn 9 s5 , si vera 1. ; as above Ges Herzf Ew Zb Meinh (q.v.); Gr T m ^ i < @ Bev yVft 3in"l with public places and streets. f iv. ynn n.pr.m. father of king Anion's mother 2K21", © Apovs. t [y^n] n.m. * 8 "• 1S a cut, thing cut, sharp instrument; — pi. cstr. T10 1 S 17 18 1 Ch 20 3 ; '3n!J 2 S 12 31 ;— 1. 3bnn 'n 1 S 1 7 18 cuts of milk i. e. cheeses. 2. sharp instr. of iron, 2 S 1 2 31 = crrsrn i Ch 20 s rtf-ncci bpzn 'nai rnj^ap ( c f. Am i 3 sub fim 1, and T>r Bm ). T □ijpn n.m.pl. some insignificant vine- product, usu. taken as grape-kernels, grape- stones, fr.iicrid taste, so Thes ("after OnkMishn), v. also JJ p. 260 supr. : SpJ?) 'no |*H |D3t? Nu 6 4 of <Ae wine-vine, including both DWOT an<# JT, he shall not eat. II. Vlll be yellow (prob. V of foil. : Syr. "»>i«. id. (rare), Wojl yellow ; cf. Aram. Jpm safflower, Ar. J*i r L id. : v. No Z " G »"', Low Aram. Pflanrenn. 218 T£tj if 1 , 137 tv.Y*nnn.m. Pr8 - ,0 gold, poet. (Ph. pn, v-Dr 8 -" 1 ""; As./(urd ? M)— pnn^68"+5t.; </oW, always || IDS ; Zc 9 3 , of dove's wings 1^ 68' 4 'H P1PT3; elsewh. in comparison with value of wisdom, etc. Pr 3" 8 10 (IrtM T!) v 19 16 16 . k iTl (quadrilit. -/of foil.; cf. Ar. C/UL bind or twist powerfully, Prey). T[n2nn] n.[f.] bond, fetter, pang, only pi. niaxin ; '_ 1. cstr . yen 'n i s 5 8« bonds of wickedness i.e. imposed by wicked men (||nV ! ttK neito). a. pawo* (cf. bn, i>an), a bs. fi p«  DniDi> ^73* </(ey Aaw no pangs (rd. '151 DPI te?). CSTTl v. sub 1. pn. I pin vb. gnash or grind the teeth, only poet. (NH id.; Ar. ,jS>.jile, rub togetlier, grate or grind (teeth); Aram. &IL id.) — Qal Pf 3 ms. 'n Jbi6°; Impf. pin? ,/,ii2 10 ; TpT»M La 2 16 ; Inf. abs. pin ^ 35 >« ; ' p t . plh ,/, 37 12 ';— grind the teeth in rage against: 21? TOtf 'n i^37 12 35 16 ; abs. without 7V ii2 10 La 2 16 (only here c. W sing.); c.3 instr.(Ges' 119 - 3b - *• Da Sj " , -* 73B - 6 ) -bynvz 'n Jb 16 9 . jl. [ I jnj vb. be hot, scorched, burn, poet. & late (Ar. ti 6e 7io<, 6wrw, thirst; Eth. rfi/.£: Aram, in ; cf. As. ardru, glow, SASm A.rb.1.,, n Belger BAs ». i»_Qai/y. 3 fs# n-injbso 30 , flini consec. Ez 24 11 , *Hg Is 24 s ; — 1. be hot, scorched, Jerus., under fig. of caldron Ez 24 11 . 2. burn-= be burned, fig. of men, in s judg- ment, Is 24 s . 3. burn, of bones of sick men in fever 3irr»|D 'n Jb 30 30 . Miph. Pf inj Je 6 W , 1H3 Ez 15 4 , in? ,/, 60 4 ; 3 pi. WJJ f 102 4 (Ko 1 - 368 )"; imp/. VQ Ez 15 5 W$ Ez 24 10 (del. CoBal.) 1. be scorched, of bellows nED in

in fierce fire Je 6 M (fig.); scorched, charred, of the vine (as fuel) Ez 15 45 middle part charred, (he ends devoured (P3N) by fire (sim. of inhab. of Jerus.); bones (sim. id.) Ez 24 10 (v. supr.). 2. burn, of bones in fever >^io2 4 (IpiDiJ, cf. Qal Jb 30 : "'); beparclied, of throat WU 'ro 60 4 . —Is 4 1 11 45 24 Cti e v.mn. Pilp. /ra/a^-innnb Pr 26 21 to kindle strife. T[~"in] n.[m.] parched place (Ar. >I>Ci, Bd^'^only pi. abs. tTTHJj 1^D3 'n J e 17 6 (Hnrjjj) fi g . f life of godless. tirnn n.m. violent heat, fever (v. Ba "»«J__tn amai 'nai np^ai nrnjn* nsn#| Dt 28". T~l*irnn n.pr.m. head of a family of returning exiles Ezr 2 5 ' = Ne 7 s3 ; © Apov(a)p (meaning as above ? or fr. 11. "Tin f). II. I IM (/of foil.; Ar. L be or become free, jj>. free, freeborn; NH Tin Pi. set free, "<n freeman; Aram. TUJ, tL Pa. set free, Kin, xn"]n f reed-man, -woman; Sab. in freeman, noble (?) DHM*""'- »«*»• w ; Eth. At?.: coll. army, troops (in Amhar. _/ree, noife, ace. to Di 85 ), rhtME: /r«e, rioftie, etc.) f 11. [ih] n.m. 1K21 8 noble, late, esp. Neh., v. Dr In,r619 "• (v. Lag BN *)— only pi. D^h 1 K 2 1 8 + 6t., D""iin Ec 10", Ne6 17 + 3 t.; sf. nnh Is 34 12 ; — nobles in Naboth's city 1 K 21 8 "; nobles of Judah, AW ^.h 6 17 13^ Je27 OT 39 6 Ne6 17 13 17 , bnaOffl 'nn (in Jerusalem) Ne2 16 4 813 5 7 7 6 , Ec io 17 , of Edom Is 34 12 .— 1. in, y. 11. T,n. III. ™nri (vof foil.; v. As. hardru, bore, pierce, fyurru, hole, ravine Dl Pr169, 182 ; Ar. -a. hole or mouth of millstone ; NH in"in Jore, pierce. fin. "lh, "Yin n.[m.] hole;— abs.in 2X12'° Ez 8 7 (del. Co B etc.), T,n Ct 5 4 , Dnh 1 S 14"; cstr. "in Jb 30 6 ; sf. vih Na 2 3 , fnnn Zc 14"; — hole in lid of chest 2 K 1 2 10 (made by boring, 2pi), in door Ct 5 4 ; in wall Ez 8 7 (v. supra); =eye-socket 'n^ njpEH YTJ) Zc 14 12 (plague of enemies of Jerusalem) ; holes as hiding-places for men 1 S 14 11 , so also 13 8 Ew We 1 r (for MT D'nin), dwelling of outcast people IBP ,_ in Jb30 6 ; of dens of lions Na 2 13 . — 1. in, v. 11. 11 n. .tin, Tin n.[m.] id. — coll. nn Is 42 s1 as hiding-places of men ; cstr. in la 1 1 8 hole of asp (iflS).

  • nn

nunn fn. "Hfr, ■'"Vin adj., usu. n.pr.gent. et pers. (prob. = cave-dweller, soThes RobGes M V VB; v.alsoWMax Mull^'" DuEuro, - 13,U661M )— 1. adj. gent, 'nn -V]l& Gn 36* Seir the Horite (P) ; rd. 'nn also v 2 for MT ^nn. 2. n.pr.gent. alw. c. art.; usu. sg. coll. , inri ) ancient inhabitants of land of Edom Gn 14 6 i^W 0"™?); in P called DV1N jnSS "r^ff *J| 36 21 (vid.'v 20 ); cf. v 59 - 30 ; ace. 'to DtV s (where alone D^nn), v" they were driven out by sons of Esau (yet v. Gn36 lc, nnd Di) ; ©d Xoppaws, oi Xoppaim, (Gn 36*> M Xo PP (<)i). 3. n.pr.pers.m. a. nn an Edomite Gn 36 s2 = 1 Ch i 39 ; ® Xo PP (<)i. b. nln a Simeonite Nu 1 3 s , but ® 2oup(«)i, ©L Soufipi. — 1. 'in v. sub 1. ""in. ti*"in (V'of foil.; cf. Ar. ^i vb. scmteA, lacerate, i£y- irritation, etc.) TtZT^n n.Tm.1 earthenware, earthen ves- V » L J . eel, sherd, potsherd, P and late (NH D^ri, Aram. DTn)_ a bs. 'n Lv 6 21 + 9t., Enn Nu 5 17 + 4 t; pi. cstr. '•bno IS45 9 ; sf. ?fcnn Ez 23 s4 . — 1. earthenware : 'n~y? earthen vessel Je 32 14 ; esp. P Lv6 21 11 33 14 550 ' i5 12 Nu5 1? ; without '?? P126 23 ; cf. 'n "W* P3jpa Jeig 1 ; 'n ?33b La 4 2 they are reckoned as earthen vessels, sim. of sons of Zion ; n»TK eHO - ™ &$} Is 45" (i potsherd (perh. = earthen vessel, v. Pr2 6 23 supr.) among earthen potsherds (of men, over against '* their potter); sim. of dryness 1^ 22 16 . 2. o fragment of earthenware, sherd Is 310" Ez 23 s4 ; "injnnp 'n Jb 2 8 a sAerd <o scrape himself; 'n ^JflH Jb4i 22 sharpest potsherds, fig. of sharp scales on belly of crocodile. ruznn v. nbnn-rp. ■(• in. [D^Pl] n.[m.] an eruptive disease, itch (Aram. Np"!n ; ]kiv~; also *cooiL rough, etc.) — D-uni LH28 27 (||D^s» Kt, 3"!?).— 1, 11. o-in v. sub Din. tmo^n Kt, rvenn Qr n.f.cou. pot- o sherd — mpinn ^B> nriSJe 19 2 , designation of a gate in Jerus.; opening of the gate of potsherds, i.e. where they were thrown (vid. v 1011 and Gf ) ; it led into the valley of Hinnom ; © xaptr(«)i# favours Qr. ■j-I. [•2'jnj vb. cut in, engrave, plough, devise (NH id., plough, so Eth. thdhi Ph. tjnn , Aram.' rare) J"nne?M/rav«, li— cleave, plough, Ar. &jL plough)— Qal Pf. whn f 1 29 3 , DnfSJ j u i4 18 Ho io 13 ; Impf. Bnn? Is 28" Pr 20 4 ; &Vr. Ho io u + Am 6 12 (v. infr.); 2 ms. «NW Dt2 2 io Pr 3 M ; /«/• cstr. Bhn 1 g 8 12 ; Pt. vhp Gn 4 22 + 5 t.; BP.in Am 9 13 '; pi. B^h f 129 3 , 'tsnh Jb4 8 +3t., fpl. abs. ni&nh Jb i 14 ; pass. nBTin Jei7': — 1. cut in, engrave, of worker in metals bpy* na-n? 'n Gn 4 22 (J), nero'n 1 K7 14 ; fig. D3P rn7~py 'n Je 17 1 engraved on the tablet of their lieart. 2. plough, lit., human subj. (animal usu. c. 3) ; no obj. expr. 1K19" Dt 22 10 Is 28 24 , so D>TM3 B'nq: Am 6 12 (but rd. prob. DJ ^33 Bh£; v.We al.'); c. ace. cogn. iS*"}n 'n 1 S 8 12 plough his ploughing ( = do his plough- ing), Pr 20 4 ; fig. of JudahHoio 11 ; with ethical ref. Wi 'n v 13 (|hvp), ?}? 'n Jb 4 s (lljnt, IVp); D'EnH IBnn ^"Py >//■ 129 3 upon my back have ploughmen ploughed (fig. of oppression by wicked); EH°n = ploughman Is 28 24 , Am 9 13 (|pSip); 'n with oxen subj. only Jb i 14 . 3. devise (as one who works in, practises), usu. bad sense, obj. nyn Pr f, jn 6 14 ; P v « ni3yno v 18 , JTl 'Bnh Pr 12 s0 14 22 ; but also 3iB »ghh v 22 . Niph. Impf. 3 fs. BO.nn nw p»X Mi 3 12 Zion, as a field she shall be ploughed — Je 26 18 . Hiph. Pt. ~by njn l^nqp 1 S 23' fabricating mischief against (v. Dr, and cf. We). ttthn n.m. Ex3823 graver, artificer (Ph. enn)— T abs.'n(=*E h }n)Ex 3 5 36 + i 4 t.; cstr.Enn Ex 28"+ 2 t.; plBfjn Hoi3 2 +7t.; D'Bnn iCh4 1414 Nen 35 (v. infr.); cstr. ^n 2 S 5" + 6t.; — 1. graver, artificer: a. worker in metal 1 S 13" H08 6 13 2 Dt 27 15 Je io 9 (|| T?.'S), Is 40" (|| id.), 54 1S 1 Ch 29 s ; i'Jl 3 ' n Is 44 12 2 Ch 24"; perh. also Is 4i 7 ( + TO*); appar.=ham- merer Zc 2 3 (symbol.), b. worker in wood J*J? 'n S5"=lChl4 , (D , 3tJ?), 2Kl2 M 22 6 =2Ch 3 4 n , Je io 3 Is4O 20 44 13 (v.also I Ch 22 15 infr.); perh. also Ezr 3 7 2 Ch 24 12 (both || 3Vn). C. worker in stone I"? J3K T 2 S 5"= 1 Ch 14 1 (om. )3N); also of engraving on gems )3N 'n Ex 28" (P; || Dnh »PM»)f) ; see also foil. d. in gen. ftj J?S t 1 Ch 22 ,s ; idol-maker B«T? '" Is 45", cf. 44 u (also v 1213 supr.), 2 K 24 1416 Je 24 1 29' (all || -13DD), Ex 3 5 35 38 s3 (both P ; both || 3^). In D"Bhn K'3 1 Ch4 14 , 'nn *J N ^e ii 35 valley of '(the) artificers, and D'Bnn artificers 1 CI14 14 , n has — exceptionally, v. Ol'* 183 ' Kci"-' 60 - 6 ; rd. D-Knnj 2. fi<'. JT'nK'10 'n Ez 2 1 36 men skilled to destroy. f 1. Httpn n.f. carving, skilful working, only cstr.>5? nsnn Ex 31 5 35 33 ; ??K 'n 31' 35 ». . — 11. risnn v. p. 361 infr. tfnn 361 Tt2J , ">nn.m.ploughing,ploughing-timo — abs."> , Xp T '! 'n Gn 45 6 (E) ploughing and harvest- ing; also (=ztitne of ploughing and harvest) Ex 34 21 (JE); c. sf. as ace. cogn. W^B trin i S 8 12 (v. supr.B'in2). t[n©">~)p, PUnTO] n.f. ploughshare— sg. sf. W inp tftf WO*? 1 ? v 20 to sharpen each man his ploughshare I S 1 3 20 ( + inx, iEflIP) -f inunqo v 20 , rd. prob. irn his goad (so © <3 WeDr, see v 21 ); pi. abs. hfcnno v 2l ( + similar list ; on txt. of both vv. see Dr). f II. [^"""7] vb - *• be silent, dumb, speechless; 2. be deaf; chiefly poet. (NH Pi. make deaf; Aram. *.£*», J*.;*. 6« dumb, deaf; Ar. l _^i 6« dumb, speechless, cf. As. hardsu, restrain, ace. to Dl Pr100 ; v. Lag BN 120 ) — Qal imp/ ehn; ^so 3 ; 2 ms. ennn ,/, 2 8' 83 s ; ehnn

  • 35 M 109'; "ftS * 39 13 ; 3 fpl. "#?# Mi 7^

— 1. 6« silent, alw. of God's keeping silence when men pray ^35™ 50 3 83" 109 1 ; sq. h? ". 2. be deaf, subj. '», sq. 'SBO ^ 28 1 ; subj. D^?w Mi 7 1S . Hiph. Pf Knnn Nu 30 16 Gn34 5 ; S^"!.?™ consec. Nu 30 s - 8 ; Bnnni < consec. NU30 12 ; ??yinB Est 7 4 + 2 t.etc; /wip/ B""!D: Nu 30 15 +2tV (incl. Zp3 17 v. infr.); 2 ms. B"inPI Hb i 13 ; juss. BH.nri x g 7 ». 2 mp], pB'nnri Jbi3 5 ; p^HD" Ex'14 14 , etc.; Imv. vhm Jui8 !9 + 2t.; ^iqn 2S13 20 ; iCnnn Jbi3 13 IS41 1 ; Tra/. abs. Ennn Nu30 15 4-2t.; Pi. B>nnip Gn 24"+ 2 t. (incl.' I S io 27 v. infr.); D'B'nnp 2 S 1 9"; — 1. be silent ( = exhibit silence) a. almost alw. of men Gn 24 s1 34 s Ex I4 14 (all J), Jui8 19 2Si3 20 i 9 11 2Ki8 36 =Is 3 6 21 , Je 4 19 Jb 6 24 1 3 6519 33 3133 Pr 1 1 12 1 7 s8 f 32 s Ne 5 s Est 4 1414 7 4 ; also ^l.npa Wl 1 S 10 27 (but rd. rather ^7— ? *^ an< ^ *' <*«»•« 'o V am after about a month, © Dr); tfUnsa 5?nrP Zp 3 17 (@ © BNjJ he willrenew his love, v.esp. Buhl ZA Wv.i88Mra^. ' n c. ? pers. keep silence at one, i.e. fail to make objection at proper time Nu go 5 - 812151515 (all P) ; vN 'nn Is 41 1 pregn. — come silently unto me; sq. f? pers. cease to speak with Je 38 s7 ; be silent about, pass by in silence, sq. ace. V13 TIK Jb 41 4 . b. rarely of God, permitting evil in silence Hb i 13 IS42 14 ^5o 21 . 2. once causat. make silent, c. ace. Jb 1 1 3 . 3. be deaf shew deafness: "?X piND «BD ennn iSf be not deaf (turning) from us, so as not to cry. ttrhn adj. deaf— Ehn (ax*«N?) Ex 4" +

t.; pi. B*fhn Is 2 9 18 + 3 t.;—deaf, Ex 4 11 (J ; 

II D .^), f 38 14 (||td.); also Lv 19" (H), Is 29" 35" 42 ,819 + v 19b (for last ■*$, cf. 43 8 ; Or"* 18 " 1 ' Oct. p. a y_ QJjg Comm., JQ Jan. 189S. 332 .-8. 'fl JflB ylf C8 5 a deaf adder. f I. UJ^n n.[m.]asadv.silently,seeretly — 'n D'pOB Jos 2 1 (JE) exploring secretly. III. If IN (vof foil.; meaning unknown). tttPP! n.m. El31 ' 3 wood, wooded height (As. hurrn, wooded height COT GlM * Lyon s "» on, " te - G, °" (v. also Dl Pr 18 ° Che "* -• °" : * "• 9 ) ; NH BHin wood, forest; Aram. NKnin itf.) — a bs. 'n Is 17 9 Ez 3 i 3 (butonbothv.infr.);nEnniS23 ,6 (v.Dr); nenna 1 s 2 3 1618 - 1 '; pi. conn 2 ch 2 f;— wooded height 1 S 23 16 (|pna y"), v 1918 , so 'na ninstpa 'i^?nn nyaaa v 19 ; D'^soi ntaya nn 'na* 2 Ch

7 4 and on the wooded heights he built fortresses 

and towers (||n^W ina); "VDNni Bnhn TOty Is 17 9 the forsaken places of the wooded heights and summits Ges Ew De Di R V; but rd. prob. , ^D^5^1 inn 'V forsaken places of the llivites and the Amorites, so © Lag Che Or Brd Du ; 'n ?SD Ez 3 1 3 shade-giving wood or thicket, of close branches of cedar (but sense hardly legitimate; del. © Co). IV. W 111 (/ of foil.; meaning unknown; suggestions on etym. v. infr.) f 11. [ttT)n] n.[m.]magie art, orpt'ih. magic drug (Aram. j>.IL practise magic, Bnn ( LiiL magician, 1*. ^ incantation, magic art, prepara- tion of magic potion, so Eth. ihC-C. one using incantations; sfidft; thCtl: rfl<J-ft: incantation, magic; comp. perh. Ar. (jlla., ilyi. a medicinal broth given to women in childbed; tSHPI perh. magical drug, v. RS Jph: " , - 1(l86 ' 125 ) — only Dan D'Bhn Is g 3 skilled in magic arts, or drugs (|| !?[£ Jia3), (> others gen. = handicraft). < f in. W~)r n.pr.m. a Levite 1 Ch 9 15 © P«- pairj, A Apes, ©L Apijf. t MttJ^H n.pr.m. head of a family of return- ing exiles Ezr 2 62 © Aprj<ra, © L Baao-f7,=Ne 7" © A8a<ra. fn. nttnn n.pr.loc. only in combin. "pi D^jn, Harosheth of the nations (v. ^3), Ju4 2ls "; perh. mod. el-Ifaritiye, on rirht bank of lower Kishon v. Thomson L, ° d,n<1Bu0 :C ' !nl^ * , r » lMtto ». 1883 . as <r. W ki«i Be Bla Cooke Hut.D.b.s GASm "** 8 . Q^XOyj v. Ehn and «!? ; also 11. Bnn. •ntfnn 362 T ['tlT^n] adj. meaning wholly dub.; only nte^in D'liJ nn Jon 4"; a silent east wind is not suitable in context; still — sultry is mere con- jeGt. ; Hi autumnal (v I. tsnn); St prop. n , b"in = n , D , in, fr. Din sun (or -/whence Din comes) hot east wind; We makes no attempt to explain. tLJi ]TTJ vb. grave, engrave, only Qal Pt. pass. Tlh^n by TTnn Ex 32 16 (E), engraved upon the tablets (by finger of God), but fr. iib- sence of || in cogn. lang. (Ar. JL^i. is perforate, bore, slit) prob. error for B'lin (J e 17'). t [rnn] n.pr.loc, only in nin 1JT 1 S 22'. t^Tt^n vb. withhold, refrain (NH !JP0, Aram. =]Dn, JL; Palm. "JDn remit, spare, Vog No *- 6 - 15 ;'Sab. pntro weaned (child) DHM z*«>™««)_ Qal Pf. tyn Gn 39 s + 4 t. (+ Ez 30 18 Ba; v. "]t5*n; Is 38 17 v. infr.), ^n Is i 4 «, tt'fp Jb3o 10 , ttK'n Jei 4 10 , etc.; Jjnp/ ^terr Jbi6 5 + 2t.; 2 ms. 'n'B'nri Is 58 1 , 'nVcnn Pr 24 11 ; 2 fs. 'afcHW Is 54 s , etc. ; 7m«. $*] ^ 19 14 ; P<. *lWl Pr io 19 1 1 24 ; Ife^l Pr 13 s4 1 7 s7 ; sq. — 1. a. witlilwld, keep back, keep for oneself , acc.,Gn22 12 (E),v 16 39 9 (sq. , 301?;bothJ);abs.Pr 2 1 56 (opp. JflJ) ; withhold the rod (VXt?) in disci- pline, Pri3 24 ; noobj.expr. n 24 24 n . b. &e«pone from evil, calamity, She'61, etc., c. ace. and fP Gn2o 6 (E), 1S25 3 ' f 19 14 ; of pi nipp 'n + 78 50 cf. Jb 33 18 Is 38' (rd. rDB-n'or lfc for MT ApK'n, v. pe>n) ; abs. hinder (i.e. calamities fr. coming) Is 14 6 ; UJijJO nppb 'n Ezrg 13 thou hast kept back, downward (=and kept down), part of our iniquity, i. e. hast not punished us according to our full desert. C. hold in check c. ace. 2 S 18 16 (or spare v. infr.) ; obj. D1??i Je 14 10 ; esp. of keeping silence, obj. '3 Jb 7 11 restrain my mouth, D'HSt? Pr 10", D'lDK 17 27 ; pi 'PI N? 'JEO Jb 30 10 from my face they have not withheld spittle (=they have spit in my face), d. refrain (fr. doing what is mentioned in the context), abs. Is 54 s 58 1 . e. spare, c. ace. pers. 2 K 5 20 he hath spared Naaman nnj3p so as not to take ( = and hath not taken anything) out of his hand ; perh. also 2 S 1 8 16 Joab spared the people (v. supr.). f. reserve for, c. ace. + ? Jb 38 s3 . 2. (abs.) restrain, check (pain) i. e. assuage, so appar. MT Jb 16 6 (v. Di Kau; I would not restrain condolence of my lips, © © Me, rdg. ^feTIN t6 for "terp). — Ez 30 18 v. 1ETI. nm Niph. Impf. rrrfiv TK tf$ Jb2i 30 at the day of calamity the wicked is spared (pass, of Qal 1 e) ; Tjb'm Jb 1 6 6 ie assuaged, of pain (pass, of Qal 2). T P )lLf M vfc. Btrip off s trip, make bare — Qal Pf. «ten is 52 10 , nsbn j i 7 , visten Je 13 26 49 10 ; Impf tvm yj, 29 9 ; Imv. fs. -'Ei'tfTI Is 4 7 2 ; Inf. abs. ^0 Joi 7 ; cstr. tfH$ L530' 4 Hg2 16 ; Pt. pass, listen Ez 4 7 , ^sten Is 20 4 (pi. cstr.? cf. infr.). — 1. strip off, expose oneself by removing (obj. 73K', flowing skirt, train) Is 47 s of Babylon, personified as queen (|| P^ ^l), TOS-^y 7J^B> 'n Je 13 26 . 2. strip, lay bare, fig. of Is 52 10 obj. thft JJilJ; of prophet, Ez 4 7 (but Co del. v. as interpol.) ; obj. pers. Je 49 1 " (||W5>3); PlSbn f)fc>n J i 7 of locusts stripping fig-tree; nt? Bten Is2 4 (pt. either sg. coll., with formative ending *_, De Lag 8 *" 19 "* 68 '- BSMS ; or pi. cstr., v. Ges* 87 - 1 "); niiy^ 'n f 29* of voice of 'i (i.e. a storm) strip- ping forests. 3. draw (water) IS30 14 ; (wine) Hg 2 16 ; properly take from the surface, skim. + [rpilTJ] n.m. only pi. cstr. 'Bfcq V>S>3 D'JV 1 K 20 27 ©33 X and most, two little flocks of goats (9ft&r—segregatum, strictly what is stripped off), but this without other evidence than authority of the Vrss ; Klo proposes 'S^a CIJI BSipp on the bare height, after the manner of goats. tMfftten, NEton n.pr.m. head of a t -; t "■- -: family of Nethinim among the returning exiles NSten Ezr 2 43 =NSB>n Ne 7". ■'Citrn is 20 4 v. ^n. t r)tt?nQ n.m. a laying bare, stripping — only cstr. |3?n e)fcrip Gn 30 37 (J) a stripj>ing of the white, i.e. so as to shew wood under the bark. tUt^n vb. think, account (NH id.; Aram. 3g>n, m g m • Ar. J.'.^ ; Eth. rfirtQ: id.; Ph. n. apri mng. dub. v.' CIS ' M )— Qal Pf. 'n Is33 8 +9t.; nrntfri 2 S 14 13 etc.; Impf. aWjC Is io 7 +4 t.; -ifn: 2 S 19 20 f 40 18 ; sf. ^n: Jb 19" 33 10 ; pi. ttjS'lV ^ 4 i 8 Dn ii 25 ; CfcftC Is 1 3 17 ; p±>n: + 35 a) ; ratfru j e 1 8", etc. + 9 1. imp/; 7»i/. c««r. BMjfc Ex3i 4 +3t.; Pt. a^n Ex 26'+ 15 t., aenn 2 Ch26 16 ; D'Dfn Ne6 2 + 3 t., ^n Mi2' + 3t.;— I. of man: 1. think, nun

pntr'n account 30ft p tib 132^ Is io 7 not so thinketh his mind ; O0 *3K?ft Mai 3" those thinking of his name; sq. 2 aec. JTIH "in:i3E>n Is 53* we thought him stricken ; elsewhere c. ace. + ? Gn 38 15 (J), 1 S 1" Jb 19 15 35 2 41 24 ; so, fig., of crocodile Jb4i" he reckoneth iron as straw. 2. devise, plan, mean, c. ace. nyi n3E>no Ez 38 10 , tW * 35 4 140 3 Zc 7 10 8 17 , ntaarn p r 16 30 , nitsio ^io 2 2i 12 , nicnonzn ^ 3 5 20 jjK Mi2 1 Ezn s ^■ 3 6 5 , niln ^52*; by (n)jn 'n devise evil against Gn 50 20 (E), Je 48' Na i» !> njn 'n V, 4 1 8 , by na-inp 'n J e 1 1 " 1 8 18 49 30 Dn 1 i 25 Est 8 3 9", b rWB 'n 2 S i 4 13 ; c. inf. 1 S 18 26 Je 18 8 23" Jb6 26 Ne6 2 - 6 Est9 24 fi4° 5 >' c. TiW> + ; Impf. 2 S 14" (where, however, Ew rds. 3Bnn for 2t?m cf. We Dr ; in this case *rblb carries on Kf] l6). 3. cAargre, impute 'b |iy 'n, 2 S I 9 s0 impute iniquity to. 4. esteem, value, regard, silver Is 13 17 , a man Is 33 s , the servant of "» Is 53 3 . 5. invent ingenious and artistic things, ~CV fa Dnb 'n Am6 5 invent for themselves instruments of music ; TVO0 (bs) Vl invent cunning work (of artistic devices in constr. of tabern.) Ex 31 4 3 5 3235 (all P), so 2 Ch 2 13 ; 3B"n nb"J!P work of the cunning (ingenious, in- ventive) workman (of artistic devices in weaving; see esp. VB and Di) Ex 26 131 28 615 3 6 8 - 35 39 3 ' 8 (all P) ; 3E'in PqfrrD 2 Ch 26 15 in- ventions of inventive men (of engines of war) ; 3ETI1 enn craftsman and inventive workman (in constr. of tabern., vid. supr^Exss 35 38 s3 (P). II. of God : 1. think, c. ace. pers + ? indirect obj. account one S'ltfb, for an enemy Jb 1 3^ 33 10 ; V"S3 i? 'n Jb 19" he accounted me unto him as his adversaries. 2. devise, plan, mean, c. ace. + b indirect obj. mtib for good Gn 50 20 (E) ; c. b pers. V devise for me ^ 40 18 ; ace. rei + by, devise something against a person Mi 2 3 Je 18 11 ; towards one Je 29", c. b« against Je 49 20 50 45 ; sq. inf. Je 26 3 36 3 La 2 8 . 3. impute, reckon, c. ace. rei + b pers., the habit of believing in

  • > he reckoned to Abram as righteousness Gn 15 6

(JE ; cf. Nipli. 3) ; not impute iniquity to one f 3 2' 2 . ITipli. Pf 3E*n3 Nu 1 8 2730 , "Hatrnj f 88 s etc. + 1 o t. Pf. ; Imp/, 3g>E Lv 7 18 + 7 1., etc.,+ 6 t. Impf; Pi. 2fm Is 2 s 1 K 10" 2 Ch 9 20 : — 1. be accounted, thought, esteemed, c. 3 as Ho 8 12 Is S 28 29 16 4° 15 * 44 23 Jb 18 3 4 1 21 ; c |> Is 29 17 =32 15 , La 4 2 ; ft? wt</i, amongr ^, 88 s , nea Is 2 K a< what (value) 1 (v. prob. interpol. ; om. ©); c. ace. Dt a'"" Pr 17 28 Ne "; ib «3^nj rrtnaa Gn 31" (E; ® Sam T03) Is 40 17 . 2. 6« computed, reckoned, c. f Jos 13 3 (D), by Lv 25 31 (P), 2 S 4 S : abs. S]D3 wa« no< counted (so plentiful was it) 1 K io 2l =2 Ch 9 20 2 K 22 7 . 3. be imputed to any one, c. j» Lv 7 18 Nu 18 2730 (all P), Lv 17 4 (H) Pr 27"; the interposition of Phinehas nplS? ib T13 yj, 106 31 was imputed to him for righteousness (cf. Qal II 3). Pi. Pf. 3 ms. 3BTI Lv 25 27 + 4t.; f. na$rt Joni 4 ; is. 'POtrn ^77 6 ii9 59 ; Zaqf.S&P, Pri6 9 Dnn 24 , ?l3^nn Na i 9 , etc., + 4 t. Impf; Pt. 3E*ntp p r 24 8 : — 1. 2Am& u/><wi, consider, be mindful of, c. ace. ^ 77" 1 19 69 , ina^nrn BfaffM (no) ^ 144 3 w^a< (is) man's son, and thou thinkest upon him (IP n 8'J?V 2. <Atn& to do, devise, plan, c. ace. Pri6 9 , btf of persons against whom Ho7 1;> Na i 9 , by Dn n 24 ; c. inf. ^ 73 16 Pr 24 s ; so of inanim. object "Otfrib na^n njJKH Jon I 4 */te ship was about to (minded to) be broken up. 3. count, reckon, the years since a sale of land Lv 25* (H) ; c. ) pers. Lv 25 s2 (H), 2 7 > 823 (P); c. DV Lv 25 M (P) ; c. T1K 2 K 1 2 16 . Hithp. 7»np/ apW X^ D^isa Nu 23 s (JE) ajnonjr <^«  nations it shall not reckon itself

2ttjn n.m. ingenious work, name of the 

girdle or band of the ephod (cunningly woven band, RV), only P; alw. in combin., l(l)3Nn 'n Ex 2S 27 - 28 29 s 39 2021 Lv8 7 ; ifTnBS 'T Ex 28 s 39 s . ti~l!ltt)n n.pr.m. (consideration) — son of Zerubbabei 1 Ch 3 20 ; ® Aaou/3t, ©L Aa<rap a 6. tillEn n.pr.m. (considerate) — 1. aLevite chief 1 Ch 9 14 Ne 1 1", © Aaou/S. 2. builders at the wall: a. Ne 3" io 24 , © Ao-ouft aov6. b. Ne 3 s3 , © Acro„|3. fi.liSCJn n.m. reckoning, account (NH Aram, id.) Ec 9 10 , T B'iJa Ec 7* 'n KVD Ec 7 s7 . j-iLpSttrn n.pr.loc. of the city of Sihon king of theAmorites Nu 2 1*- 27 - 28 - 3 "- 34 32 s (all E); Dti 4 2 24 - 26 - 30 3" 4 W 29 s J0S9 10 12" i3 10 - 21 - 27 (all D) Ju 11 19 Je 48 45 Ne 9 s2 ; captured by Israel who dwelt in it Nuai 25 (E) Jun 26 ; rebuilt by Reuben Nu 32 s7 (E), given to Eeuben at the division of the land Jos 1 3 17 (P) ; on the border of Gad, Jos 13 26 (P), it subsequently fell to Gad and was assigned to Levites out of that tribe Jos 2 1 39 (P) 1 Ch 6 66 ; the Moabites gained possession of it Is 15 4 i6 8 - 9 and subsequently the Ammonites Je48 2JM ' 4S 49 3 ; it was celebrated for its fish ponds Ct 7 s . — Mod. Husb&n, Seetzen B.i«mi.«o7p lob Bai.wi Bd^' 191 Survey" 1 " 8 . »T [p2& s n j n.m. device, invention (cf. Lag BN200 ) — only pi. abs. rtftofc ; mfyn riwy cat ntotfn vfta nam "ib* DiNrrnn Ec 7 29 (?od tna(/e mankind upright but tliey sought out many devices; 3t5>ih TOfno PSXSfn V£ 2 Ch 26 15 and he made contrivances (i.e. engines of war for hurling stones and arrows, see v b ) the invention of inventive men. t'BTattJn, rvntrn n.pr.m. (FoA(i*) Ao«  iaAen account) — 1. VljatS'n a temple musician 1 Ch25 3 =rV3^n v 19 ; ® in both A<ra0<a. 2. '"'J??'?! a Levite, David's time 1 Ch 27 17 ; perh. = '^B'n .officer of David in Hebron 1 Ch 2 6 30 ; in both® Kaafaas. 3. vratfn a Levite, Josiah's time 2CI135 9 ; ® Aaafiia. Elsewhere maBTI : 4. Levite in line of Merari 1 Ch 6 30 © A<rf/9(f)i, Ao-apia. 5. Levite 1 Ch 9 14 , ® Atra^ia — Ne 1 1 15 , A ©L Ao-«/3ioi'[nr]. 6. Levite, Ezra's time Ezr8 19 - 24 Ne io 12 1 1 22 1 2 24 (@ Ararat etc.) = n^a&n 2, q.v. 7. head of a family of priests Ne 1 2 21 , © Ao-oPias. 8. a builder at the wall Ne 3 17 , © A<ra/3ia(s). TnilUJn n.pr.m. (this and foil. perh. txt. err. for (l)rP3t?n ; yet © Eo-n/3ara, @L A<r£ara) ■ — a chief of the people, Nehemiah's time Ne io 26 . Vid. also following. (TOjv!,*n n.pr.m. (v. foregoing); — 1. father of a builder at the wall Ne 3 10 , © A<rPapap; ®L ?afSavwv-ai . 2. a Levite Ne 9 s (om. ©) = ma^n 6. trnCJniO n.f. thought, device (chiefly poet, and iate)— abs. '» Je 18 11 49 30 ; TGVno Ez 38'°; rnB>nD Ex 3s 33 2 Ch 2 13 ; cstr. nn*5>ne Est 8 s 2Ch 2 6 15 ; sf. ta^DD Est 8 3 9 25 ; V pl- rtafm j e n I9 +7 t.; riae>np Ex 3i 4 +3 t. ; cstr. hiatfriD Is59 7 + 13 1.; nafnp Gn6 6 ; sf. Tri3B»np Is 55 8 etc.+ i9t. sfs.; — 1. thought: a. of man DIN 'd i/' 94"; 3? 'D ^ 33 11 thoughts of the mind; {lb) 'D TO (So) Gn 6 5 (J), 1 Ch 28" 29 18 . b. of God mm 'o Mi 4 12 ; c. -5>K V4° 6 ; "?5? Je 5 1 29 ; the thoughts of God are exceeding deep ifr 92 6 ; higher than man's thoughts Is 55 8 ' 89 ' 9 . 2. device, plan, jmrpose Is 55' 59"

s 66' 8 Je6 19 i8 12 f 56" Pr 19 21 Jb2i 27 La 

3 s0 " Est 8 s ; pin 'O p r2 i 5 ; DWnjj 'D Jb 5 12 ; D'PTV 'D Pr 12 5 ; D»Dy 'o f 33'°; JIN '» Is 59 7

-ptfn Je 4 14 Pr6 18 ; jn 'd Pri5 2 '; tibv '» Je2i n ; 'o 2VT1 devise devices 2 S 14 14 Je 1 1 19 18 1118 29" 49 20.30 50 « Ez 38 ,o Dn j l2 4,; 6 Egt gs 9 ». / D ag subj. of P2J 6e established Pr 16 3 20"; 'd "ian 6rea& joZaw Pr 15 22 . 3. invention Ex 31 4

    • » (all P), 2 Ch 2 13 26 15 (v. 3B>n 1 5).

TiTnittJn n.pr.m. (etym. dub.) — one of those who stood with Ezra at the reading of the law Ne 8 4 ; Bom.; A Aaa^aapa, ©LA/Suarar. t[nt£TT] vb. be silent, inactive, still (chiefly poet, and late) (NH id., Aram, in deriv.) — Qal Impf. 2 ms. ns>nn ^ 28 1 Is 64 11 ; n^ns Is 62 1 65"; #m Is 62*; «*n»J f 107 29 ; — be silent Ec 3' (opp. ia"!J>); Is 62 16 (= neglect to speak); of i.e. be unresponsive f 28 1 (||enn); Is 64 11 (||pa«nn) ; but 6s 6 of '<'s keeping silence at iniquity, i.e. overlooking it (cf. 57 11 Hiph.); of waves, be still ty 107 29 (subj. om'b). Hiph. Pf. wym ^ ^ j s 42"; Imv. Nt'nn 2 K 2 3 - 5 ; Pt. nB'np'is 57 11 ; pi. CtPriO Ju i8 9 + 3L; — 1. exhibit silence, be silent 2 K 2" 7 9 ^ 39 3 (sq. aitso, 11 , rip?N3), fig. Is 42" (II B'HriN); of '»' s being silent at iniquity IS57 11 (i.e. overlooking it, cf. Qal 65 s ), poss. also is be silent, opp. rescue, Ges Che Di Du. 2. shew inactivity Ju 18 9 , nngp 'nil 1 K 22 3 Gilead is ours, and we shew inactivity so as not to take it. 3. causat. make still, quiet, sq. p, of direct obj. Ne 8" (v b ton q . v .) CTtpn, Dt^n v. supr. p. 302 a. T ^j^n vb. be, grow dark (NH id.; Aram. ~^WT, >JL* ; Ar. eL-^. bear rancour, v. Lag BN3 °) — QalPf. 'n Is 5^+ 4 t. ; rof m consec. Mi 3 6 (butv.infr.); ! l3?'^La5 ,7 ; tt^ consec. Ec 1 2 3 ; /m;;/ 3 fs. Ifctaj Ec 1 2 2 ; ^nPllEx io 15 ; 3 mpl. i:{?m Jb 3 9 ; 3 fpl. n33B*nri ^6 9 24 ;— 1. 6«, grow dark, 1i« Is 5 30 , cf. (fig.) Jb 18 6 ; Bto^n Is i 3 10 (fig.); DW EZ30 18 (where rd.-jBTl, forMTBaer "pT); Jb3 9 (subj. 0030% cf.Eci2 2 (subj. ksvr, ni«n, rrWl, Mauri) ; impers. Mi 3 6 (si vera 1. ; but rd. prob. n2pn, corresponding with ryjj preceding). 2. have a dark colour: linE'O 'n ^IJ?^ La 4 8 darker than blackness is their visage; of the earth H? n Ex io 15 . 3. grow dim La 5 17 (subj. Xf>¥$), cf. f 69 s4 (fig.), Ec 1 2 3 subj. niN-in i.e. the eyes. Hiph. Pf. ^tim Am 5 8 , ^a^Ji?] Am 8"; Zrop/. Vr^ f r 39 12 ; W n ! Je 13 16 ; #?M fios 29 ; Pi. TJWO Jb 3 8 2 ;— 1. yaSn

make dark, 'nn rp , 7 DV Am 5 8 ; abs. cause dark- ness Je 13 16 f ios 58 , cf. Am 8' (ps6). 2. = hide, conceal, sq. ^OO ^ 139. 3. fig. obscure, confuse Jb38 2 (obj. HlfJ?). t"=]tt*n n.m. Ex10 ' 21 darkness, obscurity; — abs. T&n Gn i 2 + 7St.( + Ez8 12 del. Co A B etc.); cstr. id. Ex io K ; sf. "a&n ^ i8 M =2 S 22";— 1. darkness (opp. ""«)' lit. Gn i 24 (P), Is 45 7 Jb 26 10 Ec 2 13 , cf. in imprecation Jb3 4S (nini'VI "n)= nW> Gn i 5 - 18 (P), cf. Jos 2 s (JE), Is 45 19 Jb 17 12 24 16 38 19 1/. 104 20 ; darfoies* in mines Jb 2 8 3 ; of extraordinary darkness, in EgyptEx io 2121 (E); nJwjplEx 1 o^E),^ 105 28 , from pillar of cloud Ex i4 20 (J); at Mt. Sinai Dt4 n 5 20 ; of clouds of theophany 2S22 12 = yr 18 12 ; of darkness in deatb, or She'ol, 1 S 2 9 Jb io 21 (rm&n 'n ps), 17" 18 18 ^ 88' 3 Pr 20 20 ('npc^N^; extreme of darkness). 2. = secret placets) Is 45 3 Jb I2 22 (|| niD?¥); = hiding-])lace Jb 34 s (|| trf.), cf. ^ 139 11 ' 2 ;— on Ez 8 12 , v. supr. 3. fig., a.=distress Is 5 30 9 1 29 18 (fig. of blind- ness), 42' 49 9 58 10 59 9 60 2 La 3 2 Mi 7 s ^ %™= 2 S 22 s9 , Jb i^- 23 - 3 " 20 26 22" 23" 29 s f 107 1014 (in both Hnioi'V), 112 4 Ec 5 16 n 8 . b. = dread, terror, symbol, of judgment Am 5 1820 Zp i 15 Nai 8 EZ32 8 Jo 2 4 3 4 . c. =mourning Is 47 s . d. = perplexity Jb5 14 12 25 19 8 ; confusion^ 35 s . e. = ignorance Jb37 19 Ec2 14 . f. = evil, sin Is 5 20 - 20 Pr 2 13 . g. = obscurity Ec 6* adj. obscure, low, only mpl. as subst.; Q"?vn 'jab M ppr^ J ¥v 22* he shall not stand before obscure men (opp. DW*3" , J6?). tn32?n n.f. darkness (chiefly poet.) — 'n Gn i5 12 + 2 t., so rd. also prob. Mi 3 s (for MT roBm); ronrn f 139 12 ; cstr. nstfn ^ 18"; plV D'StPq Is 50 10 ;— darkness, opp. light (rniK) V. 139 12 ; supernat.,ni>nj 'n Gn 15 12 (JE); "nSB'n D^D f 18 12 in theoph. (but || 2 S 22 12 WDTtyfl} a mass of water); fig. = lack of understanding Vr82 5 ; =distress Is 8" (|| fTO), 50 10 . t"=]©n?3 n.m. dark place (poet.) — abs. '» Is 29 13 42 16 ; tl^'np yjr 88 19 ; pi. ff^JP 88 7 143 3 = La3 6 ; cstr. 'l^np ^ 74 20 ; — dark place: a. = hiding-place pN~'nD 74 20 . b. <Zar& region, in which men may lose their way Is 4 2 16 . c. = grave, or i>1NB' i/' 88 19 (v. Che) ; of dark place of God's wrath (like She ol) 88 7 ; cf. i43 3 =La 3*. d. = secret place, secrecy (of plots) Is 29 15 . t [ /^n] vb. shatter (B Aram, btin shatter; NH Pi., || T3Bte; &yi:'%jk~ forge a metal, Ar. pen JJl-a. drive cattle violently; As. hasdlu, shatter, destroy Zim BP12 Dl rr42 )— Niph. Ft. fig. "b D V?'P? i ! , Dt 25 18 all the shattered ones, i.e. those broken down, worn out, sq. $?5 T 1 1$ iVIKl ; others think =Evn. T OILVJ u.pr.m. head of a family of returned exiles Ezr 2 19 = Ne 7 s2 , Ezr 10 s3 cf. Ne 8 4 io 19 . t TQC^n n. [m.] etym. and exact mng. dub. ; evidently some shining substance ; AV amber; supposed by Thes (q. v.) and most to be a bril- liant amalgam of gold and silver, © rjeKrpov (v. Liddell & Scott s. v. 2), 33 electrum; v. also 1)1 in Baer Elech - '"; only in the combination 'n PJQ like the abearance of'n Ez i 427 ; n^Cpnn J-JJ3 Ez 8 2 (on ending n_ v. Ges S90 - 2B *'; Co del.) t[|Otft»] n.m. only pi. &mvn+68 m ; mng. unknown, © © 38 ambassadors, Babb. nobles, conject. from context ; doubtless txt. err.; Nes jbl mi. isa p r0 p tjijot?} they shall come with oils, ointments, Hilg Che (after Aq Jer) DB'n hasting. TpQyn n.pr.loc. town in southern Judah, site unknown Jos 15 27 . TnDlbttJn n.pr.loc. a station of Isr. in T : - wilderness Nu 33 29 ' 30 , site unknown. jtuTF (v of foil.; meaning not certain ; Ar. „■ >. is be excellent, beautiful; . — beauty, all excellence; hence poss. (B'n either as chief ornament of ephod, or as the most excellent, precious article of high priest's attire). TltPn n.m. the breast-piece or sacred pouch, containing the D'eril D ,- UK, worn on the breast of the high priest when he ministered in the Holy Place to bring the tribes for memorial before ' It was made of the same material as the ephod (v. "I" 13 ??), a span square ; set in front with twelve jewels in four rows, engraved with the names of the twelve tribes. It was firmly fastened to the shoulders of the ephod by gold chains passing through gold rings, and to the lower part of the ephod just above the girdle by a blue ribbon passing through other gold rings. It was tSEfP(H) pn (Ex 28 15 - 2930 ) pouch of judgment, because of the decision given by the D'Svl &yM. The name occurs only in P, EX25 7 zS 416 - 22 - - 23 - 24 - 26 - 28 - 2829 - 30 29 s 35 9 - 57 39 »*>m«. iM9.si.2i Lv8 8 - 8 .— Vid. Now- 4 "*" 119 -

1- P^^7 vb - be attached to, love (NH 

press together, desire (rare); Aram. P&[ bind, ptfn saddle (an ass))— Qal Pf 'n Dt f + 4 t.; l^fNl Gn 34 s ; l?pe> n Is 38" (but v. infr.); jjlptfn Dt 21"; — be attached to, only fig. = Zow, a woman sq.3Gn34 8 (P)Dt2i"; elsewh. ofs love for Israel Dt 7" 10", and of love to " ^91"; sq. ace. cogn. + *? and inf. Tt *«ta nc>V PfD"^ 3 nto!) iK9 19 =2Ch8 6 ; nnB'DB'33 npe-n IS38 17 lit. iAow 7ias< loved my soul out of the pit, i.e. lovingly delivered it ; but rd. A?^ 1 ? thou hast held back, kept, from © Q3 Lo Ew Che Di, or ^'cn hold back (Imv.), so Du. t ptiiJl n.nx. desire = thing desired — cstr. nbte pE»n I K 9 19 =2Ch8 6 , 1K9 1 ; sf. Yf<? *#l Is 2 1 4 the twilight of my pleasure. tfp^n] n.[m.] fillet or ring clasping (binding) a pillar of the tabernacle, only pi. sf. Dn'jr.rn Ex27 10 +5t,; DiTjHB'n EX38 1217 ; those of the pillars at door of tabernacle (•'nxn) were overlaid with gold Ex 36 s '; those of the pillars of the court with silver 27 1011 3 8 1011121719 (all P), v. Di on Ex 27 10 ; >Thes and most who under- stand of connecting-rods, joining tops of pillars, from which curtains were hung. fn. [~tLTI] vb. deuom. only Pi. furnish with fillets or rings, and Pu. pass. ; Pi. Pf. 3 ms. pB>n Ex 38 s8 (P), subj. Bezaleel. Pu. Pt. «]D3 D^BTID Ex 27" 38" furnished with silver fillets, in agreement with DHIByn (both P). I [p^n] n.[m.l spoke of a wheel (as bind- ing felloe to nave)— pi. sf. DSVjJB'n 1 K 7 s3 . ")t£TT (-/of foil.; cf. As. asdru, collect, gather Zim BP39 . In Ar., collect is JLli, but not usu. = ty).

ij-in 

Tittfn v. tshn. • T rn, nririv. nnn. Tnn n.pr.iii. appar. represented as ances- tor of the Hittites (etym. and mng. unknown ; pronounced as fr. V jr"y in Heb. & As., but not Egypt. ; ▼.*J?n inf r .) — 'begotten' by Canaan Gn io 15 ( J) = i Ch i 13 ; elsewh. only in combin. with

  • l*, n«3 ; a. nn->3? aC c. to P lived at Mamre

(Hebron), and one of them sold Abraham the cave of Machpelah for a sepulchre Gn 2 3 3 - 61010 - l618a> 25 10 4 9 32 . b. nn(-)ni:a only of wives of Esau Gn27 46 - 46 (P; © om, v"; || fffl rriX3 = )W3 Di33 28 1 ). t , rinadj. et n.gent. Hittite(s) (Egypt. Il-td, Held, WMaxMull A "™ uEur< " m - ! " 9ff -; As. Haiti, Schr KG192,r - COT on Gn io 19 Dl p *' a,9ff -; Tel- el- Amarna Haiti, Hatta Bez ™ " Am » r - Brlt - *» lso ) — m. alw. c. art. ^m Gn 23 10 Ex 3 8 + ; t Mjn Ezi6 345 ; mpl. Dwin Josi 4 +3t.; fpl. n'nn

K 11 1 ; — 1. adj., of seller of Machpelah to 

Abr., '•nnn PR Gn 23 10 49 2930 so 13 ; -inir|a psy Tin 25 9 (all P); of fathers of Esau's wives ""!N3 Tin G1126 34 ; 'nn ffr% v 34 3 6 2 (all P); also of w f [m?n] n.f. collection, mass, only (si vera 1.) Cra-rp^n 2 S 22 12 (D3E*n in || ^ 18 12 ). r["fiE?n] n. [m.] nave, hub of a wheel (which gathers in the spokes) — pi. sf. DnptS'n iKf. L/uJl (/of foil.; cf. Ar. <1*L hasten, hurry (trans.), c*a. particles of stravj, sand, dust, as flying quickly about ; v. Lag BN40 ). tttttJn v..m. um2i chaff;— abs. «}HJ T VVJFl "12 Is 33 11 ye conceive chaff, ye bring forth stubble (fig. of vain attempt of Assyr.); cstr. nanji Tl n ?T ^ s 5 1 " (II ^-) as flaming chaff sinkelh down (sim. of perishing of heedless Judahites). warriors of David, Tin 'HpD , nS 1 S 26 s , and esp. 'nn nniK 2 s n 8 - 6 - 17 - 21 - 24 12 910 2 3 39 1 K 15 5 1 Ch

41 ; fs. = subst., only of (religious) ancestry of 

Jerus. Ez 16 3 thy father was the Amorite, and thy mother was a Hittite woman H'WPI, similarly v 45 ; fpl. = subst. of Sol.'s foreign wives, Jl'JJin 1K11 1 Hittite women (+ niOKID, ni'Jirsy, rto'-itjt, n'jnx). 2. n. usu. a. coll. *BHn the Hittites : in lists of Canaanitish peoples Gn 1 5 20 (JE), Ex 3 817 (both J), 13 5 23 2328 33 2 34 11 Nu 13 29 Jos3 10 (allJE),Dt7 1 20 17 J0S9 1 12 8 24 11 (allD); rd. also for *WTJ Ju 3 3 (so We Mey Bu Crs3S0 ); in Jos 11 3 (D) del. 'nnn We Mey Bu'% and rd. then 'Finn for ">nr v b (so ®, not ®L); further 1 K 9 20 = 2 Ch 8 7 , Ezr 9' Ne 9 8 . b. pi. WWjn : D"nnn flft b'3 Josi 4 (D)nearly=landof Canaan- ites ; 'nn J*"IN specif, of northern home of Hittites Ju i 26 ; so also 2 S 24 s where rd. f#$ D'F.nn jnK (for MT t*"}0 DTinn, v. ^nn, vy) ■ Dwin »jj>g 1 K io 29 =2'ch i 17 (both + B% ♦$?), 2 K'7 6 ( + nnso 15^0, both feared by tTVgt), Hence it appears that (O^nnn had their proper seat in the north — where also they were encountered by Assyrians from time of TP I (v. Schr Dl lc -), and by Egyptians from time of Tutmes III (v. AVMaxMull. 10 ')— (cf. also Ju 3 3 Jos n 3 supr.), but that individual Hittites were known in Isr. nnn (cf., besides I S 2 6 2S11' etc., 1K9" supr.); that the Hittites were regarded (by JED) as one of the peoples of Canaan, and that the name even came to be used in more gen. sense for Canaanites. Only in P do they appear as having a definite settlement in the south, and are designated by nrv^ja (v. nn) ; as well as by the adj. *Qm. T LnJirTJ vb. snatch up, usu. fire, coals (NH id.; £ Nnn, id. (rare); As. hatti is destroy (i.e. snatch away]) v. SASimtb." A,rbi -° ) — Qal Impf nnrr Pr6 w ; sf. inrp ^ 52 7 ; Inf. cstr. ninn^I S 3o 14 ;7 5 <.nnhPr25 :B ;— snatch up,c.&cc.

  • 11pJO t?X Is 30 14 to snatch up fire from a hearth

(|| K3M? mo ■?&$); VD? &$ Pr 6 27 shall a man snatch up fire in his bosom and his garments not be burned ? (in sim. of adulterer) ; pregn. seize (and put) upon teWritf 71 nm D^na p r 25 s2 ; btjiXQ ^nmi sjnri: + 52 ? God . . . sliall snatch thee away, and pluck thee up tent-less. t nrP n.pr.m. (perh. forTOn?, nnn: Ae(God) will matchup) — 1. grandson of Judah 1 Cli4 2 ' 2 , © U6, ©L laud. 2. Levites : a. 1 Ch 6 528 , © l«tf, ©L laa6. b. 1 Ch 23 lon , © U6, ©L Uirjk. C. I Ch 24 s2 , © luaO, ©L aa6. d. 2 Ch 34 12 , © U{6), ©L lcuO. Tj"VnO n.pr.m. (perh. from nnno thing seized)— Lewitea : a. 1 Ch 6 20 , © Med, A Maad, ©L Afuutf. b. 2 Ch 29 12 3 1 13 , © Maa6, Ma(6, ®L Maad, Aa0. TnnrTO n.f. fire-holder, censer, snuff- dish;— abs. 'o Lv 16 12 Nu 1 7 11 ; sf. innno Lv io 1 + 4 1.; pi. abs. ninnp Nu i6 6 + 4 1.; nhnp Nu i6 17 + 3 1.; cstr. Dirinp Nu 17 34 ; sf. vnhnp Ex 2V 3 ; n, ™r l P Ex 25 38 +2t.; — 1. muff-holder, snuff-dish (Now ArcMo '- "• «• « 5 ) of gold Ex 2 s 38 3 f> Nu 4' (all P). 2. bronze utensils, fire-pans, belonging to altar of burnt -offerings Ex 27 s 3 8 3 , cf. Nu 4 14 (all P); fire-pans of gold 1 K 7 60 = 2Cb.4 22 , 2 K 25 15 =Je52 19 . 3. censer, Lv io 1 16 12 Nu 16 61717171718 if™ (of bronze), v" (all P). nnn, nnnn v. sub nnn. t • - : — t["ijrin]vb. divide, determine (NH id., cut, cut off, decide, so Aram, "pin Pa. Ethpa.l — only Miph. Pf. Wfbv Tfttft CPSCE* D»J3# Dn 9 24 seventy weeks are determined upon thy people.

ann 

iL^OvJ v ' > ' perh. entwine, enwrap (poss. denom., so MVal.; yet cf.NH prtn woven date-basket) — Pn. Pf. 2 fs. JjyRn and Hoph. Inf. abs. •'■nnn be swathed, swaddled; — n?Dril ni»nn iib W.i rin^on t6 Ez 16 4 and not at all wa»t thou rubbed with salt, and not at all wast thou swaddled, of Jerusalem under fig. of infant. T[rr?Pr , J n.f. swaddling-band (v. Ba nb i46)_ on i y in^nri i>B"j$n tefc£ f:y np*»| Jb 38 s when I made cloud its garment, and thick darkness its swaddling-band, fig. of dark clouds enveloping the sea. t~"inn n.[m.] bandage— 'n Ez 30 21 , for broken arm (in fig. of Pharaoh's broken arm). T17.nn n.pr.loc, on the extreme northern boundary of Isr. territory (in Ezek.'s con- ception), only 'n(-)^ Ez47 15 48'; moi.IIeitela nearly two hours from sea-coast, ace. to Furrer t QJ^n vb. seal, affix seal, seal up (NH id.; Aram. BKJ, y>&~ ; Eth. Irtao; Ar. 2£ (whence tjli.)is loan-word acc.toFrii 252 ) — Qal Impf. 3 ms. nnn: Jb 9 7 33 6 , trtwje Jb 37 7 , ahn>_ Est8 10 , etc.; Imv. Qhn Dni2 4 , Dinq Is 8' 6 , lonn Est 8 8 ; Inf. abs. Dinn J e 32"; cstr. nnnb Dn 9 24 , + v 24 Kt (QrDnni?) ; p t . act. Dnin Ez 28 12 ; 2>ass. Dinn Dt 32 34 +2 t., etc.; — 1. seal, affix one's seal, in attestation ; seal with king's seal (ienna) 1 k 2 1 8 , l^on nyapa Est 8 810 ; of covenant with '*, attested by seal (paES.) Ne 1 o 12 ; fig., of '* putting his seal upon (a) discipline, i.e. ratifying it, Jb 33 16 ; perh. also upon hand of man (that man may know a ways) 37' v. De ; Di sub 2. seal up hand of man, so that he cannot work with it (in winter). 2. seal up, fasten up by sealing, a deed cf sale Je32 l0U (opp. ,! 05? that which was left open), v 14 ' 44 , a book of prophecy Dn 1 2 4 (|| WnaVf DTID), cf. v 9 (||icZ.), 9' ab ; so in aim. of unintelligible prophecy Is 29" 11 ; ^3 rr J* Dh H Is8 16 seal up the teaching among my disciples, i.e. keep it securely (Ip'ii"); of s remembrance of offences DVin T/ixiNa Dt 32 s4 (|| ,- ipy DD|), so ^a "ima Dinn Jbi 4 17 (|| '3^8 b'scrny, Dinn $p ct 4 12 «  fountain seeded up, metaph. of chaste woman (||i«V3 (bi) ft); TC maaia nyai jb 9 7 and about the stars he putteth a seal (|| of forbidding sun cnn

to rise).— rrwrt Dnin rm Ez 28" is obscure : thou wast one sealing proportion, i.e. perfection, — wast complete perfection, Ges Sm. ; wast a sealer of symmetry v. Da ; wast a seal (ring) — i.e. Drtn cstr. — of proportion Codd. ©S3 Hi cf. Ew; txt. perh. corrupt, v. suggestions in Co.— Dn 9 M *rd.QrDnn|)(v. Don). Jb 3 3 16 37 7 v. sub X. Niph. Pf 3 ms. [or Pt.1] 3FI3? D^njl Est 3 12 (it was) written and sealed nj?3B3 ^SH ; Inf. abs. Dinnjl Est 8 8 (continuingpt. 3J-OJ) also + 'tan nj»B3 ; both pass, of Qal 1 . Pi. Pf 3 pi. tataonn DDV Jb 24 16 lit. by day tJiey seal up for tliemselves, i.e. ace. to most, they shut themselves up, do not shew themselves (H"? °V,N 'VT); © C has rjntpas i<r<f>payio-av eavroh (B al. tavrovs), whence Siegf conj. plausibly '? 11 D'OJ tliey seal up the days unto themselves, i. e. day- time is for them sealed up and unused. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. nitt? Vic's D'nnrriK Lv 15 3 or hath his flesh (genital organ) shewn stoppage by reason of his flux. fi.Onh, DfVin n.m. Jb41 ' 7 seal, signet- ring (Aram. Jj&fcJ. ; Eth. fflW:— v. Lag bs »6)_abs. Dnh Ex 28"+ 2 1. ; nnin j e 2 2 24 +

t.; sf. 10nn Gn 38 18 , ienh i K 21 8 ;— on sup- 

posed cstr. Dnin v. foregoing; — seal, signet-ring, hung by a cord (^D?) about the neck Gn 38 18 (J ; = nonh v 25 ), or (later V) worn on (finger of) right hand Je 2 2 M , (Benz Arch,0ll<16 ); the two customsappar.combinedCtS^airSy/^nr^); used to attest a royal missive I K 21 8 (instr. of vb. Dnn) ; a precious article Hg 2 23 (sim. of Zerubbabel); 'n ""nVlB engravings of a seal, as model for cutting names and inscr. on precious stones and gold plate Ex28"- 2iai 39 614 - 30 (all P; v. Benz 258 *); H noh Jb38 ,4 =cZay of (under) a signet; "IV 'n 41 7 a close signet, i.e. one that is closely pressed down, sim. of closely joined ("WO) scales of crocodile. fn. Drfin n.pr.m. 1. man of Asher I Ch 7 32 © Xa6av(n) (=tkn v 35 ; A EXaji, ®L Iao-ouX). . father of two of David's heroes i Ch 1 i 44 , © Ka>0av, © L Xa>6av. HQJin n.f. signet-ring— only HO Gn 38 25 (J ; for I. Dnh v 18 ) the signet-ring (ace. to Bo NAIZi fem. coll. the sealing-ajyparatus). J - lJ"in (v'of foil. ; prob. circumcise; cf. Ar. (Tvii circumcise, ^^j- circumcision, cir- cumcision- feast) . n,nn t]Ph n.verb. 1. m. wife's father (Ar. ^li. a circumciser, hence father-in-law, with ref. to circumcision performed on young men just before marriage ; ^li. relation on wife's side; v We Pro1 ' >SS6, 8SS Aum ' ' ; sklzMn '"• 164 Sta ZAW I886, 143 A ° m ' Nb ZMG1886 ' 187 ; otherwise Dl Pr61 Lag 8 " 116 )— cstr. inhEx^' + ot., 13nh Exi8 6 ,i3nhEx3 1 + 9t.; — usu. of Moses' wife's father Ex 3 1 4 18 i8 1 *** .8.W.H.14.U.17.S4.J7 ( aU J^ Nu IQ » (J^ J u ^6 fy of a Levite Ju 19 4 ' 79 . 2. f. wife's mother, only sf. Smnh Dt2 7 a . Tjnn n.m. daughter's husband, bride- groom (as one who undergoes circumcision, v, supr. ; NH id.; Aram. Wnri ) and JJfcJL (also sister's husband, etc.); u]g.Ar.^JS. daughter's husband, then more gen. wife's and husband's relations; Sab.(Lihyan) |nn daughter's husband DHM El " er ■ I>onk,,, • 87 ; As. hatanu, daughter's hus- band COT Gll>M )— abs. 'fl I S 1 8 18 + 1 o t. + Gn 1 9 12 (where rd. TWO © 01 Di); cstr. W. Ex 4 s5 + 4 t.; sf. tonn'ju 19 6 ; Wnn Gn i 9 MM ;— 1. in relation to a father, daughter's husband, or bridegroom Gn 19 1214 (Wl? "nj£ TV), v » (all J), Juif/ 1 9 s 1818 18 22 14 Ne6 18 13 28 ; v. also 3Knx n*3 |nn 2 K 8 s7 son-in-law of the house of Ahab, said of Ahaziah, whose mother Athaliah was the daughter of Ahab. 2. in relation to the bride, bridegroom *{> ?WK D>m H EX4 25 a bloody bridegroom art thou to me, cf. v** (J; on this v.We™ 1886 ' 385 ); || !$3 Je 7 s4 16 9 25 10 33" Jo 2 16 ; in sim. of '^'s work for and delight in his people Is 6 1 10 62 s ; of sun ^19". f 11. [inn] vb. denom. only Hithp. make oneself a daughter's husband (NH Hithp. id., Aram. Ithpa. id.) — Pf. 2 mpl. DTOnnnm consec. Jos2 3 12 ; Impf jnnm 1 K 3 ' 2Ch'i8 1 ; 2 m. jnnnn Dt7 3 1S18 2 '; Imv. fnnnn iSi8 B , ynrinn Gn 34'; Inf. jnnnn 1 s iZP+z t.;— . make oneself daughter's husband (son-in-law) to, c. 3 JBI8 21 - 22 - 23 - 2657 ; c.nK 1X3', Gn 3 4»(P); c. ? 2 Ch 1 8', of marriage of Jehoshaphat's son and Ahab's daughter (cf. 2 K 8 18 = 2 Ch 2i«). . in gen. form marriage-alliance with, c. 3 Dt7 3 Jos 23" (D), Ezr 9 14 . t[rt3nn] n.f. marriage, wedding (NH fWnt&y Aram. XJWn id.; Ar. iSAi>. marriage- alliance, marriage) — only Tiarin DV3 Ct 3" on the day of his marriage. t [^l/in] vb. seize, snatch away (cf. Aram. >fi&>L» Pa. break in jrieces ,

At. death) - Qal Impf. no obj expr. WE" 1M f|fon: |n Jb 9 ' 2 Zo/ he seizeth, and who shall turn him back? tP)nn n.[m.] prey— only rixn 'PI? tflT»|8 Pr 23 s8 s/ie afoo Ztetf/i i'm wait as for prey (said of strange woman). ' '«?V vl> - di S- row ( N H &, 6ore (through), so Aram, nnn $ (rare))— Qal Pf. 'n Jb 24 16 , winn Ez 12 7 ; imp/ nnnsi Ez8 s , linn: Ez 12 12 Am 9 2 , *WP1 Jon i 13 ; Imv. "inn Ez 8 s 12 5 ; — 1. (% into houses, c. ace. DV13 Jb24 16 (of burglary); sq. 3 into or through a wall Ez 8 88 (Co del. on intern, grounds), I2 s.7.i2 ; metaph. S q. ^)n^2 Am 9 2 dig into She'ol, i.e. as a refuge. 2. row (as digging into the water) Jon I 13 . T J"P.nrTO n.m. breaking in, burglary — 3|3n XSS> ; Q3-DK Ex 2 2 1 i.e. caught in the act (JE); so D'riNXt) 'D3 tib Je 2 31 , no< M ?A« ae< of breaking in didst thou find them. (2 fs. sf. Ges !442 - E4 ), i.e. those whom thou hast slain were not detected in crime. T[JiJjm] vb. be shattered, dismayed (As. hattuj terror, D1 HWB29 °; Talm. DW1 id.; Eth.rfli*!": is scrutari, ezaminare,. Di Lel105 ) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. nn J e 50 2 ; 3 fs. nnn Je 1 4 4 + 2 1., nnni j e 48 1 ; 3 P l. vin i 8 37 " + 4 1., virn con sec. Is20 5 + 2t., Wm consec. Je5o 36 ; Imp/. (Ko'- 366 ) nn i Is 7 s 30 31 , nm Jb 30 22 , nm.18 31 4 , .inns Je if 18 , Vim r s 2 10 + 3 t.— On WJ Jb 21" v. nnj ; _ vinn j sio 25 +2t., etc.; /m vim Is 8 9 - 99 ; — 1. be shattered, broken, fig. of nations under divine judgment Is 7 s 30 31 ; so prob. also Is 8 9 - 9 - 9 (but del. in v a ), and perh. (of '<'s foes in gen.) 1 S 2 10 (song ; — others render dismayed in all exc. Is? 8 ); fig. of '<'s righteousness Is5i 6 ( = be abolished, annihilated) ; lit. of bows Je 51 56 , ace. to Gie's rdg. nnn, v . Pi. 2. be dismayed, usu. a. abs. : || KT Dt i 21 3 1 8 Jos 8 1 io 25 (all D),

S 17 11 Je 23* 30 10 46 s7 Ez 2 6 3 9 1 Ch 22 13 28 20 
Ch 20 1517 32'; 11^3 Is 20 s 37 w = 2 K 19 26 

Je8 9 17 18 ' 8 48 1 - 20 - 39 50" (others assign 48 2039 50" to 1); fig. of the ground nOTKn, dismayed for lack of rain Je 14 4 (11^3 of the husband- men); no || JeSo^Ob 9 Jb39 22 . b. be dismayed at, by reason of, sq. f» Is 3i 4 - 9 51 7 (||NT T ) Je i 17 io 22 . Niph. Pf only 3 ms. 'JtJ^ nnj VX* Jfal 2 5 and at my name he is put in nnrra awe (||KT T ). Pi. Pf. dismay, scare, 2 ms. sf. rttijjja 'jnnm (Ko' 372 ) consec. Jb 7 14 and thou scarext me with dreams (||n5J3); 3 fs. nnnn Je 5 1 50 (of bows) is intrans. [inchoat. Ew' 120 '"], Gf. al., be shattered, but txt. prob. erron. Gie ™?n (v. Qal 1). Hiph. Pf. 2 ms. nhnn Is 9 3 ; 1 s. Winni J e 4p w (Ko 1572 ); 7m'/ 3' ms. sf. •Onm Jb 31 s4 , sf. 3 fpl. f]?IT Hb 2 17 (Ko'- 574 ; but ©JESEwOlStaWeinn;); 1 8 . sf. inns Je i I7 (sq.Dmjai>). — 1. shatter c. ace. IS9 3 . 2. a. cause to be dismayed Je49 37 sq. , 3Sp. b. dismay, terrify, sq. sf. Jb 31 34 Hb 2 17 . fi. [nn] n.m. G ° 9 ' 2 terror, fear— nnjb 4 !», D3nn Gn 9 2 ;— c. sf. as obj. gen., Gn 9 2 terror of you (||D3Nli»); in description of crocodile c. ne g-> flJIP??? **?£ Jb4l 2S owe made for fear- lessness. fn. [nn] adj. shattered, dismayed — inpl. D'nn : — 1. shattered T BF& np>. 1 S 2 4 (song; on pl. D'nn v . Dr); so fig. EZ32 30 ace. to ® Codd. Co (DVin for MT Dmnn) broken in their might, of Sidoiiians in She'ol. 2. dismayed Je 46' of Egyptians defeated by Nebuchadrezzar. f 1. nn PI n. [m.] terror— only WWB t WW Jb 6 21 (>Baer WW for WW) ye see a terror, and fear (note paronomasia in Heb.; v. Di). t [nnn] h.f. terror— Dnyrr^j tprbx nnn Gn 35 5 a terror of ( = from) God was upon the cities. f 11. nnn n.pr.m. son of Othniel and grandson of Kenaz (brother of Caleb), nnn lCh 4 13 . t[nnnn] n.[m.] terror, only pl. DVjnnn TT3 3 E° 1 2 s terrors are in the way (|| XT). nViri n.f. terror, only Ezek.; abs/n EZ32 23 , but Co rds. Dmnn (with @ and v 2426 ); cstr. id.

s7 ; sf. wnn 32 32 Kt(> , ii' , nn q ; ) ; briwn 
S4 + 2 1. + 26 17 (rd. FUVnn, with © Ew Co^ see 

VB), 32 30 (rd. Q"nn, v . 11. nn); — terror, caused by powerful cities, nations, kings, etc. : usu. c. sf. as obj. genit. Ez 26 17 (of Tyre); elsewh.only Ez 3 2 : v 27 (oni3a 'n, @ Co dd n^ ' n ), v 30 (Dirrin , but rd. D'nn, v. supr.); esp. in phr. pK3 'n JflJ D^D cawse owe'* terror (terror of oneself) in the land of the living v aM - S3 (del.® Co), v 2632 .— n'nn Ez 16 345 v. Wl sub nn supr. p. 366. TnnriQ n.f. terror, destruction, ruin, Bb nn

nrna poet. (esp. Pr) — abs. 'd Pr io"+8 t.; cstr. nnnoPno 15 14 28 ;— 1. a. terror, Is54 I4 (|| p?V), Jei7 ,7 ;=obj.ofterror,48 39 (||pn'B'). b. dismay, Pr 2i ls (opp. nntpfe>). 2. ruin, of strongholds f 89" ; ft"J 'D DN^ DDX3 Pr 14 s8 «rc«A<m< ;*o/jZe «s jimm to a prince (opp. iJ^TP) ,* &Yl "& DB"7 io 15 tlie ruin of the poor (is) their poverty ; as consequence of evil-doing |JX ?$W 'O Pr I o 29 (opp. too); of fools i^"'0 yp3 * i8 ? , cf. 13 s (opp. W6J T?V); niip '» ^ *■ 10" the mouth of a fool is imminent ruin. fin, VtH v. supr. p. 366.