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

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מ

Q , D , Jl/em, thirteenth letter ; used as numeral 40 in postB. Heb. •Q v. no. 'Qy. pp. v UNb v. axis. [W3N»] v. D3K. (NO ( /of following As. ma'ddu, be many, increase; ma'adu, many; ma'adii, in abun- dance, Dl HWR888t ; cf. Sab. 1KB to add, DHM ZMG1883,342f. JJ^SBd-Ar. Chr. 127. Af fc J^ <() groio, of plant). ~TN?p n.m. muchness, force, abundance, exceedingly (cf. As. mu'du, abundance, Horn ZMo 1878,711 ('treasures ana mu'di, in abundance') D1 HWB399 ) : — 1. /orc«, mt>A<, tLH6 5 ^Br^M and with all thy might ; hence 2 K 23 s5 . 2. in diff. idioms (298 t.) to express the idea of exceedingly, greatly, very (whether of magnitude or degree): a. (so mostly) as adv. ace, qualify- ing both adjj. and obs., Gn i 31 "INB 3iB good exceedingly, 4* "1NB ] s $0 "Wl and Cain was wroth exceedingly, 7 18 1KB «T*} tf& ravi,

2" 1 3 2 niipm -to "133 trjaVj, v 13 "ikb ^ B*mpn, 

18 20 io 3 - 9 21" 24 1635 , +oft., ^ 4 6 2 ni-un n-jTj? "1KB NSB3 as a help in troubles, to be found ( = prest'iit) exceedingly; with an inf. Is 47 s 1N8 -jnan nosya despite of thy spells being very numerous, Jos 9 13 "to Tjn'nn a 1 !!?, 1 K7 47 ; "to nanri Gn 15 1 41 49 Dt 3'* + , for which in the later language is found "1KB 3i;> +Zc 1 4 14 2 Ch 4 18 9" (in 1 K io 10 "to firm), 24 « jo* and even 1KB nj"jn£ +2 Ch n 12 16 8 . 1KB is not usually separated from the word it qualifies by more than one or two words (as Gn 20 8 1N"1«1 "1KB MSteOT, Nu 11 10 1KB '1 f]N "WVl); see, however, Dt3o' 4 Jui2 2 2S12 5 iKn"^3i 1! . It precedes its verb, +Vm7 10 n ?Vl "to (hence '), 92 s . b. "to~"iy up to abundance, to a great degree, exceedingly, f Gn 27^ HT13 nTin 'B~iy, v « 1 s n 15 'a "W . . . neb*!, W 36 «m 'B-iy "fctf 2 S 2 17 1 K i 4 Is 6 4 8 (cf. La 5 s2 ), v"' f 38 7 - 9 1 1 9 8 «-"iw Dn 8 8 1 1 25 . c. "toirnu ( v . p "l$?)t 2Ch 16 14 . d. duplicated (Ges' 133 *), tGn 7 19 'B 'B VIM D$g] , 3 o« Nu 1 4 7 1 K 7 47 2 K 1 o 4 Ez 37 10 . e. "to "to3 lit. w&A muchness, muchness, tGn I7 2 - 6 - 20 Ex i 7 (all P), Ez 9' 16™. . JTNO n.f. hundred (NH &; MI 20 T ■• 583 V * jriNB (du.); SP T1NO, O'TIKD (du.); Ph. riNB, DriKB (du.); As. me (prob., DP 75 ), TelAm. me-af Wkl T..Am M .. Ar _ Jj^. Sab _ nND) DnND Qs ZMG X. 1856, 49 ; CIS I,. 1.6. 4,46.6. j^q Eut 8 '" 457 ; Eth. TXt:; Aram. HND, JJo£> ; Palm. HNB n^D 300 Yog r.im6,4. Nab.HXB Eut N * bs - 9 );— '8 Gn6 3 + 144 t.; cstr. T1KB 5' + 30 t. (on T1KB Ec 8 ia v. 2dinfr.); pi. abs! Tito Gn5 9 + 3 2 4 t.' (TIN? only 5 4S0 ); niton Kt 2 K n 4 +3 t. 2 K 11; du. DTIKB (DVJ-) Gn 1 1 19 + 76 1. (but 1 S 18 27 rd. .1KB (nKB) ® WeDr KitBu HPS);— hundred .— 1. as simple number: a. abs. sg., (1) foil, by sg. of noun enumerated : nB ,- E>i? flNB Gn 33 19 Jos 2 4 32 (both E); Wit "B Ju 7" 1 K 18" 2 K 4 43 ; ns« 'B 1 K 7 2 Ez 4o l9 + ; 133 'B 2 K 2 3 33 2 Ch 25* 27 s 3 6 3 Ezr 8 M ; »1^K 'B= 100,000 1 K 2 o M + 6 t. K Ch ; cf. also Gn 1 7 ,7 (P), 2 S 8 4 Is 65 2020 , and sq.n. coll. 33T 2 S8 4 =iChl8 4 , [NX 1K5 3 ; (2) less oft. sq. pi. C^Vf HNB Gn 26 IS (J), D'BVS 'B 2 S 2 4 3 = 1 Ch 2 1 3 , B^M '8 1 K 18 4 , etc.; (3) seldom, and late, preceded by n.pl.: HSB D»3'Bin J e 52 23 , nKBn TliBK Ez 42 2 , cf. Ezr 2 6 ' 2 Ch3 16 4 8 2 9 32 ; (4) exceptional is *1M »Jj Dn33p nXBEzrS 26 ; also, with ellipsis, *1D3 HNB Dt22 19 (i.e.shekels); K!2 HKB 2 Si6'(i.e.cakes);

n n 2 nan (5) מאה without noun enumerated, esp.= a hun- dred (men, persons) Ju 2O 10,0 Am 5" 3 Lv 26 88 (H), iChi2 M ;'DPri7 10 =ioo(blows),Ec6 3 =ioo (children), 8' 2 = 100 (times).— On Ne 3 1 12 39 v. infr. b. abs. du., (1) foil, by sg., B*K D™» 1 S 18 27 30 10 2 S 15 11 , 0$ 'V 1 S 25" 2 S i6 nsv 'D 1 K io ,6 =2 Ch 9 15 , ^'aiSi5 , + , rOE> 'O Gn 1 ^(P); (2) less oft.sq. pi. D'^ 'O Jos 7 2, (JE), 2S 14 s6 , 0>^SH "O 1 S25 18 , O'tfjK, 1J 1 S 30 21 , cf. Ezr 8 4 ; (3) also preceded by n.pl.: 'o D^y Gn32 15 , '» crbrn v u (E), '» D^ienn 1 K 7 20 , cf. 1 Ch 15 8 2 Ch 29 s2 Ezr 2 65 ; (4) c. elli]>sis *1D3 'O Ju 1 7 4 ; (5) as pred., '» DrVt*0 1 Ch 1 2 M '(v 33 van d. H). c. abs. pi. ri(i)ND : — (i)alone,=AMradrerfs,niSOp 1 S 2g*by hundreds, so 2 S 18 4 (both + thousands); esp. 'a(n) ^V captains of (the) hundreds Ex 1 8 21 ' 25 (E), 2 K 1 1«**"».|.; (2) multiplied, sq. noun enumerated, in sg.: t?'K 'D e6b> Ju f 300 mm, cf. v 7JU6 8 4 Exi2 27 (E),etc; TVf 'O J73-1K Gni5 ,3 (JE) 400 years; IJ? '» K*Dn 2 S 24' 500,000, cf. 2 Ch i 3 i7; 33T 'D VV Ex I4 7 (J) 600 chariots; V$f vrtt '» Ju 2o 1616 700 men; h)n 'o robe> 2 S 23 s

slain; 33T 'D JteTl Ju 4 313 900 chariots; 

(3) less oft. sq. n.pl.: O^HS> 'D B>V JU15 4 300 foxes; niJiriX 'D t^on Jb i 3 500 she-asses, etc.; (4) rare, and chiefly late, after n.pl. 'D b6b> D , E'??? 1 K 11 3 300 concubines, cf. 7 42 = 2 Ch 4", 1 Ch 4 42 2 Ch 14 8 etc.; after n.coll. 'D Vhg "1J53 2 Ch 35 9 ; (5) rare is 7$ 3 '» TOn Ex 30 24 (P); (6) ellipsis of n., *)D3 'D B&p Gn 45 s2 (E), etc. d. cstr. sg., only sq. sg., and late : njB>VlND Gn 1 1 10 2 1 5 25' (all P) + 25 t. P, 1 Ch 25 9 Est i ; (Dr Intr124 ) (also c. other numerals, v. 2 infr.); DXD Ec 8 12 = 100 times (DMpyB flND), sc. D5?3, or perhaps only appar. cstr. (Ko "• 228 cf. Ew t»»b.2j 9 .j _ Ne 5 „ v 3 infr 2 . as part of larger number : a. usually preceding tens and units, (1) with noun expressed once, or not at all, earlier usage, usu. c. ) before ten if no unit follows, otherwise without 1 before ten (see Ko"- 218 ") : Cfty "b^ flNO Ju 2 8 ; niKD VV 133 tfzn D-B'B* 1 K io' 4 666 talents, etc. (excep- tions are Ne 7 s4 and v 31 ); (2) chiefly late, with noun and ) repeated: n3B> D'YfP. njB> HND n<>y jnen 6n 23' (P) (cf. ton dndi hdn tpm gp.. Da *xpo..T..«..>U J , 1 898) b _ legg oft) foll tens and units, chiefly late, c. 1 repeated : — ilWDI Brfay Nu7 M (P); nw nKEfl D'C'Vl V3B> Ex 6'* (P), etc. ; c. noun after ten and after

nmNn 

hundred, rif niND B'bf 5 . nJB> D^Bh TOPI Gu 5 s3 (P), etc. — On these usages v., further, Ko"- 217 "- Da 8y ° tH36B - 3 ' 37(d) Ges** 97 ' 134 and esp. Herner s ' n, ' d - z * h '" i>rlerimAT(1893) . t3. IDsn riKD Ne 5" = a hundredth part of tlve money; but read quite poss. nxtfo the de&i(Gei J,ldz ' ,l,K,,rvln - . 227 Qj. •(■11. i"!N^2 n.f. used as n.pr. of tower on northern wall of Jerus., nKOn b'WO Ne 3 1 1 2 s9 . ["l^O], "*}*?? v - Bub *• n1N > P- l6 su P r - DKE (v/of following, mng. unkn.; 01 S20S prop. ■v / DlN = Din black, cf. already Ew U60d ). tfflND n.m. Jb31 ' 7 blemish, defect (for CND, which, although found only late, is (si vera 1.) appar. original form, Ko "■ 146 ) ; — 'd abs. : . of physical defect Dn I 4 . 2. fig. '0 p3^ '333 Jb 3 1 7 of moral stain ; usually tD1!2 n.m. lv21 ' 17 (= foregoing; quiesc. N om.) (NH id.; Aram. NDIO, Jje<£>o) ;— abs. 'd Lv2i 17 +i6t; sf. toDPr 9 7 ; DD»Dt32 6 ;— blemish, defect (chiefly H): 1. physical, a. in man, as excluding from priestly service, Lv 2 j i7.i8.3i.2i.23. disfiguring man 2S14 25 , woman Ct 4'; (in all 3 'D 0*0); as caused by man upon man LV24 1920 . b. in beast (ref. to sacrifice) Lv22 20 - 21 - 2S Nui9 2 Dti5 21 - 21 1 7' (in all 3'» HVl). . fig. of moral blemish Dt 32 s (but text very dubious, cf. Dr); D«3D Tj-aa urn Jbn"; of shame of repulse Pr 9 7 (|| f0>). < מאומה pron. indef. anything (ace. to Thes from HD1 ilD, like quidquid, against which is the MiVel tone; ace. to Ol 254 - 26538 * Ko"" 146 an old accus. from DWD in sense of speck, particle, cf. Fr. point: in As. manman (prop. who? who?), assim. mamman, or manma (man, who ? + generalizing ma), mamma, is any one, minma(min,what ? + ma), mimma, is anything, m^ S7lB,ll "-Vf samt );— anything, usually in negative sentences, as Gn 2 2 12 HD1ND V EWPN! (euphem. for something bad), 30 31 v"7 r £ iri "^-' HDWD, 39 6 - 9 40 16 (euphem.), 1S12" 20 2639 25 7.1b.21 2 9 3 e tc, JUI4 6 1T3 pN POND1, Ec5 14 li:OJ)3 NK" t6 '01, 1 K 18 43 'O p« lit. nought of anything! Je 39 12 JH HD1ND 1^> bvn S»; strengthened by ->3 tGn 39 s3 2 S 3"; after DN = surely not, 2 S 3 s6 ; in interrog. sentence Nu 22 s8 ; in affirm, sentence Dt 24 10 n^n-'S 'D DKEto 'Jjp.a a pledge of (= consisting in) nlND 549 anything, 2 S 13 2 (euphem.), 2 K 5 20 . Used adverbially, 1S21 1 lym n« 'o VT ^N B^K let no one know of the matter in anything at all. ■riwo, [rrywo] T.m JTWjp Kt v. TVfD. ^wp, n^JNO, ri^Ssn v. btt. frot«B, D^SONO] v. ydh. [TDMO] v. ion. T[|f%U] vb. Pi. refuse (Qal perhaps be distasteful, of. Syr. JjJo taeduit, ~nguit, Aph. 6e slothful ; NH Pi., as term, techn. of girl, refuse to acknowledge marriage contract; poss. akin to Eth. «n>}J: reject ; Ar. ^ LI is sustain, maintain);— TL Pf. fKO Ex 7"+4t.; fs. HiND Jei5 ls +3t.; row? Exio 3 , etc.; Imp). RRftEx 22 16 ; Hfl^l Gn^-r^t. etc.; /«/. a6a. ft? Ex 22 16 ; — refuse, (sq. Inf. except 6t. v. infr.) human subj. Gii37 3i (J), Je3i 15 Ex22 1717 Nu 20 21 22" (all E), Dt 25' 1 S 8 19 2 S 2 23 13' 1 K 20 s5 2 1 15 Est i 13 Jeso^cf. Jb6 7 V'77 3 Pr2i 25 Jei5 18 ; without Inf. 1Ct<>! JKO;t G1139 8 48 19 (both J), 1 S28 23 ; also 2K5 16 ; esp. of refusing to obey /,? s commands Ex 4 s3 7" io ! 16 28 (allJ), Ne 9 17 ; also yjf 78 10 Pr 21' Hon 5 , v. esp. Je 3 s g 3.3 g6 9 s j ,io cf 2 .» Zc 7 n. witnout Inf _ _ ^ recusant Pr i 24 Is i 30 ; once subj. '* Nu 22 13 (E). T^'p adj. verb, refusing, sq. Inf., and alw. of disobeying '*; Ex i T ' 9- io 4 (all J), Je 38 21 . t[jHK] adj. id. pi. triKD sq . Inf., of dis- obeying '1 Je 13 10 . fl. [DKft] vb. reject (NUid.; Aram.DND reject, despise; BA K815 comp. (dub.) Ar. JLSS lightly esteem (Kam.); As. ma'&su is perhaps destroy Meissn Supp1 - 55 );— Qal Pf. 3 ms. DKD Is 8 6 + 4t.; sf. odko ^5 3 6 ; 2 ms. nose J e i 4 19 4. 3 1.; nriDSO Ju 9 s8 1 S I5 M + 22 t. Pf.; Impf DWS? Jb8 M +3t.; DXD^ 3 6 5 Jb36 5 ; sf.-JDNE>l 1 SI5 23 - 26 ; for ^D-DSM Ho 4" (so Baer, cf.' De compiut.vur.i8f.. not / x 'j V an"d.H)rd.^DNDgi ; 3rap l. DKB? Je6 ,9 + 2 t; J«Mp? Is 3 i 7 ;+ 12 t. Impf.; Inf. abs. Dto Is 7' 516 DNO Je 14" Las 22 ; «««r. D3DNO Is 30 12 ; M£0 Am 2 4 ; Pt. DNiD Pr 15 32 ; DNbls 3 3 15 , f.nDNtaEz2i 15 (textdub., Co"pNto; Berthol 'IBSCfl), v 18 (also dub., Co DnK»B»; Berthol ^BSD); — 1. reject, refuse, a. c. ace. : God rejects men Ho 4 6 9" 1 S is 2326 i6'- 7 2 K 2 3 27 Je7 ! , 4 i9..9 33 !M.26 Lv 2 6 44 (H), ^53 6 JbS 20 io 3 La5 2222 ; DNDrn nri3J ^ 8 9 : ' 9 ; men reject God Nun 20 (J), iS8 7 'io' 9 ; men 1S8 7 Jb 30 1 ; idols Is 3 1 7 , evil ^36', knowledge H04 6 , divine mm Am 2 4 Is 5 24 ; TOTI 1 S itf 3 '*, nipn Ex 20 24 , D'pruKj^ 15 ; lD10Jb5 ,7 Pr3 u ; var. things Is 8 6 Ez2i 15 ^n8 22 Jb3i B . b. c. 3 God rejects men 2 K 1 7 20 Je 6 30 3 r 37 + •j8 iM7 , that in which man confides Je2 37 ; men reject evil Is7 ls ", divine min Je6 19 , - IS30 12 Je8 9 , n.pn Lv26 15 (H); CDSira v 43 (H), Ez5 6 20 13 - 16 ; var. things, Nu 1 4 3 ' (J) Is 33 15 Je 4 30 f 106 24 . 2. despise, c. ace., God subj. D3 ( Jn 'J-|DKO 'JltUS? Am 5 21 I hate, I despise your feasts; elsewhere men subj. '2 'D DvMJJ DJ Jb 1 9 18 even young children despise me; «n "OX 9 21 1 despise my life, cf. iE>SJ DN,0 Pr 15 32 ; 13 '■a "V2X nyn rn v6r Ju g™ is not this the people that thou despisedst? D^Jf'D Is 3 3 s ; obj. om. Jb 7 16 (< join to preceding Me Siegf Du); 3 4 33 36 s 42 6 (@ Siegf pW« ; © 33 Symm Bo DNBN) Ez2i 18 (but v. supr.).— Nipb. be rejected: Impf. DNBri I s 54 s (wife) ; Pt. DNDJ Je 6 r0 (silver), jf 1 5 4 (= reprobate; opp. " 'ST); + f. nDNtpa, riDXOJ i S 15 9 rejected, i.e. tcorfA- Zess (for 4 DM) ace. to We Klo Dr Kit Bu HPS (||fOM, rd. ni; c f. DDD, QD Nipb.) tD^MQ n.rm.l refuse UD'bn 'DiND? 'no T L J ' T.J La 3 45 offscouring and refuse thou makest us. fll. [DKQ] vb. Niph. flow, run (Aram. id., but rare and dub.;^ — secondary form of DDD q.v.); — Impf 3 ms. DNB>1 Jb 7 s my skin hath hardened and run (i.e. again, afresh ; > GHoffm Du rd. DB>1, Bu DNBJ1, ^DDD); 3 mpl. 1DNB? D^D iC3 ^ 58 s (fig. of annihilation of wicked). [n-rN'?] v. HSN. b-2^72, rVhBNQ v. i»BK. t^KQ (°f- A- r - u^^ a ^' n( ^ °^ w hi te camel, whence Lag BN29 prop. fNO for the difficult fQX (D'JfCN) Zc 6 37 ). t["1^Q] vb. (cf. Ar. JLI excite hostility, irritate, J.ZS break open, of a wound) ; — Hiph. priok, pain Pt. T'NDD Ez 28 24 ; f. nn.NOp Lv i3 51 + 2 t.;— of thorn 'O fib Ez 2 8 24 (fig. of oppressors of Isr., || 3N3D pp); elsewh. of leprosy (nJT|)= malignant t Lv 1 3" 52 1 4" (all P ; but Sam. in all these has riNTlD, -/fOD = ™ be obstinate, cf. Thes 816b Di). n-WQ v. nt*. mN"2 v.-nx. T-: - t- : [n'nnn], fihtXl v. ha. u T T . . -* ' t : * Nino v. vta. naiao v. to. T T '

71210 a.m. Gn7 ' 6 flood in time of Noah 

(NH id.; Jew.-Aram. K^3D ; Syr. JIqjojo; der. dub.; Thes al. Vb^, but improb., v. Dl FnL 1221.. p 0gs _ j,j ^ g (B a t.) loan-word (yet form unkn. in As.), or fr. /i?33 = As. nabdlu, destroy Dl HWB«3f.. c f JjJPar.lM; Prol. 122 Q ne *S9.10crlt.n.Bbr.m.S.

 O.Vhitehouse 001 "- 293 );— 'o only Gn and 

yfr 29 10 ; alw. abs. and alw. cart. exc. Gn 9 1115 ; -'tan <m Gn 7 17 ; '» iiJ? IW tfb 9"; foil, by Wp

as appos. Gn 6 17 f; "Bn «D Gn 7 710 9"; H*? ■*6 T3b D^sn niV Gn 9 15 ; as epoch, in phr. <ttn "lTO Gn 9 ffl 1 o 1 - 32 1 1 10 (del. as gloss Bu Di) ; 3E* 'e£> * 1^29'° '* a< the flood sat enthroned (so most; Che* ""•"• 'a< Zfte storm' (deslru;tion-= destruc- tive storm Id Bbr - '■*•), but IBH seems in all the other passages to be almost = n. pr. of the flood ; cf. also Di <D Is 54 99 ). D^rao Kt v. pa. nraao v. do.

t : 

yiio v. joj. nj^QO v. pa. [ahao, trttfap] v. eha. "time, i.n.-inin v. -ra. tOM v. D3J. NB20 v. ND3. t - t : • rrono v. run. [rpyV?!?] v - ^ 3 - njjfcao v. pb. [rm>?] v. roa. •»po v. "33p. 1. 1830 v. -va. H.'TCZtE) n.pr.m. Edomite chief Gn 36"= 1 Ch i a ; A@L Mafap, A (in Ch) Mafiaap;— on n.pr.loc. Mabsar (Onom. 277 - 63 ' 137 '") cf. Buhl Edoia. 39 [rnrrc] v. ma. Qtono v. oba. [o'nto?] v. ens. ni^cnp v. ten. I -,*2 n.m. soothsayer, magian (loan-word fr. As. mahhu, soothsayer, D1 HWB 397 ; perh. orig. Sumerian, D1 HA »);— JET31 Je 39 313 chief-sooth- sayer, in train of Nebuchadrezzar. utaaa v. eoj. riSn;ra v. bj. nttaaa v. va.

  • TJQ (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. I

glorious, excel in glory). u prao t"0O n.m. excellence (NH id., choice fruit; Syr. ]«^b fruit; Ar. Js^I <7fory, honour, nobility); — 'd cstr. Dt33 13 + 4t. Dt33; pi. D'TMp Ct 4 13 7 14 ; sf. 1H5D Ct 4 16 — excellence : excellent or choice things ; always of gifts of nature : D^Of '» Dt 33" i.e. (natural) gifts of heaven ; BfcB> nfaCfl '» v 14 ; DWT*; ^ '» v" ; nbiy rftna 'd v 15 (|| ong nqm <fth) ; B$w jhk 'd ; pi. abstr.' '» "")S ( = excellent fruit) Ct' 4 1316 ; 'D alone =foreg., 7 14 . T [n313Tp] n.f. choice or excellent thing; —pi. abs. nSVWQ, as gifts, Gn 24" 2 Ch 2 1 3 32 23 (|| nrop), Ezr i 6 . t7H' n B0 n.pr.m. a chief of Edom, Gn 36* = 1 Ch i 54 ; © B M«8..,X (Ch), © A MfTo8«,X (Gn), M«yfSi>j (Ch, cf. ©L)— (cf. Sab. bviiO Derenb i,Bto '• K , Palm. rriJD (iTTUD) Cook Aram. Glow. 70 iiap, pi;p v. ru. b'lsa, hftxo, h'lxa v. ha, a^Q n.pr. v. JO. , 11. -lino , rrrtao , rn^so v. l m. •». [rntaa] v . im. hyp v. !>». nb;o v . &. [nsarp] v. dm. pD, ]So, nsys v. p. rn^aa v. ^j. noao v. cjaa. TttJJ^E^Q n.pr.m. a chief of the people, Ne IO 21 , © Baya0ijr, A Mauuf>r)s, ©L Mtyaiot. T [ iJUJ vb. cast, throw, toss (Aram, i^o lapsus est et cecidit Lexx. ; X Pa ".P hurl down 2 K g 33 , overthrow); — Qal Pt. pass. pi. cstr. Vn ^TjrrijK n«0 Ez 2 1 " they are thrown to the sword (on cstr. before prep. v. Ges ! 130, ' Da e,n.. nsBi) Pi _ P f 2 ms .rvrf'p y-Mb too?] t/c 89" and his throne to earth thou hast hurled. tfra?? n.pr.loc. 1. 1 S 14 2 district (?) near Gibeah (home of Saul), cf. Buhl GMer - 176 ; © Maycov, ©L MnyeSSeo (We thinks n.pr. not required, and prop. n?J? ( = <© P.3 threshing- floor; so Bu, but word not in Hebrew ; Klo, improb., $")jU?). 2. Is io 28 , place north of Michmash (and Gibeah), ® MayeSa, perhaps modern ruin Mahrun Di^' 00 - Bd p " 3121 Buhl'"551 mao mao v. to. T" : [nD-)2n] v. spj. BTOE v. EhJ. TQ v. mo. i, n. "0*np v. in. TTQ vb. measure (NH «.; Ph. TDD J Ar. a! extend, stretch, x. a corn-measure, etc. , As. madddu, measure; Jew.- Aram. n. HTD measure, proportion, rule); — Qal Pf. '^ P^P) Is 4 o 13 +9t.Ez; sfjTlOEz42 15M ; i s.-rnpUs 65?; : !TIC1consec ; Dt2l i Ez43 10 ; Vp& consec. Nu 3 5 s ; /mp/."!??. Ru 3 15 + 22 t. Ez; zms.lta? Ez 4 5 3 ; Wl Ex i6 18 ; Wbn EZ47"; /to/."^ Zc2 6 ; — measure, chiefly lit.(usu.sq. ace. rei; obj. om. Ex 16 18 Dt 21 2 Ez 40 35 , cf. 47 18 (but v. Co); sq. ace. of measure Eu 3 15 Ez 42" 47 s ' 4 "' 5 );— . measure of length, distance Nu 35 s (P), Dt 2i s (D), Ez 4o" iso + 32 t. Ez 40-47 Zc 2 6 . . of dry measure Ex 16 18 (P), Ku 3 15 . 3. fig. of measuring waters Is 40" (of **) ; of requital Is 65'. + Niph. Imp/. Tft Ho 2 1 Je33 M ; Pfffl Je 3 1 37 ; — be measured, of sand of sea Ho 2 ' Je 33 s2 ; of heavens Je 3 1 37 . f H Pf TW* consec. Jb7 4 (cf.Ges» ttlR1 );/m#-np;i2S8 2 ; DTO] v 2 ; "IflPX |/-6o 8 io8 9 ; — 1. extend, con- tinue 1 ( = make extent or continuation) subj. 3"1J? Jb >j*. 2. measure, measure off, ?39- > of apportioning Moabites to death and life, sq. sf. 2 S8 2 ; also obj. Dv?n v 2 ; metaph. of con- quest, sq. ace, ^6o 8 =io8 8 (|| P.e"?). Po. Impf. Tjfi^ Hb 3 6 (subj. God, obj. HS), «"**-

  • ured (viz! with eye) 93 Hi AVRV, but dub.;

© itraXtvSi), X W$, hence shook Ew KeOral. (fr. /[TiOas] Dtoi but rd. then rather t3t?b^, although BID not elsewhere in this conj.; We, plausibly, Jjfcl V^D, cf. Na i 5 ). tHithpo. "inform sq. *t^0~^l? ; iKij" measured (= ex- tended, stretched) /w'wwseZ/upon the boy. [ITD] n.m. 1S4,12 measure, also cloth gar- ment (as extended, wide) ; — sf. ^P ^ 109 18 ; to? Lv 6 3 2 S 20 8 (™ Jb 1 1 9 , v. sub rnp) ; pi. H9 Ju 5' (v. infr.), 2 S 2 1 20 Kt (Qr J**? ; rd. peih. tfff, v. 1 Ch 20 8 , cf. Dr); sf. T.IP Je 13 25 ; VTO 1 S 4 12 + 4 t.; — 1. ?n«a*?4re (only pi.) = apportionment Je 13", *P-P" n , 3 T P (of lot of Judah, || IT}*) ; cf. lit. 2 S 2 1 20 Kt (but v. iTTO). 2. perh. cloth, carpet (for sitting on), Ju 5 10 (so most, conj. fr. context; on pi. in J, v. Ges** 7,1 *). 3. garment, outer garment noma Ju 3 16 1 S 4", cf. (sim.) ^ 109 18 ; of fighting- attire 1 S 17 38 (c. vb. 03^1), v 39 18 4 2 S 20 8 (|| S5*nb); of priest's garment 1? Vn» |n'3n BoSl Lv6 s ; cf. [HP, nj*JP] sub m». fi. nip n.f. measure, measurement, stature, size, garment (mostly late) — D Ex 26 2 +35t.; cstr. TWO Ez 40 2, + 2 t.; pi. nine Ez 4 i 17 +i2t.; Vn'np^i33 s ; r/r/npE^S 16 ;— . measure, act of measurement, i.e. long measure Ez 41 17 (del. Co), 42'* 48 3053 ; cf. Jos 3 4 (P), 1CI123 29 , v. also Lvia^H); once of liquid measure, fig., Jb28 M ; tn Dig Je 31 s " measuring-line; '» >2T Zc 2 s {id.); 'BH n?p measuring-reed Ez 40 3S 4 2 16 (del. Co), v 16171819 . . measurement, size of curtains in tabern. Ex 2 6 2 - 8 36 916 (all P); cf. 1 K 6* 7 37 (both || 3*j3), V 911 2 Ch 3 3 EZ 4olO.10.21.22.24.28.HU2.33.3S 43 13 ^22 "; once of time, *BJ rnp ^39*; prob. also Jbi i 9 (fig. of God's wisdom) where H'TO^rnp, cf. Sta' 3 * 7 ' 02 ; flfaB rV3 = house of size Je 22 14 ; mo WK = man of size, stature, 1 Ch 1 1 23 20 6 ; BO also prob. || 2S 2 1 20 (for £ p», Qr Jh?, v. pP]), We Dr Kit Bu ; pi. Nu 13 32 Is 45". . measured portion, extent, stretch (of wall) Ne 3 n.i9.20.2i.24.27.30 ) c f_ £ z ^s 4. garment (pi. poet.) + 133 2 . t[in^] n.[m.] measurement;— t/f n? n*TOD Jb 3 8 s , i.e. of the earth (|| 1g lfa n$p?> tVHE n.pr.loc. city of Judah J0S15 61 , site unknown, A Madav; ©L MaS8<ti>. f 11. [mtt] n.f. tribute (loan-word fr. As. mandattu, id., V ' naddnu = ICJ D1 HWB4M , cf. Schr C0T Kir 4 - M ; also in BAram. nnjp, fTTO id.) ; — ijbpn rnp Ne 5 4 . m^ (secondary form of "HD ; >A>f foil.) t[llD], I. [iTVTO] n.m. garment;— pi. sf. Dn'np 2 T Sio 4 =iChi9 4 . tnnnip Is 14 4 , rd. rnrnp v . am. fn. [7T1"TO] v. nn. B^TJ'TO v. ma. , 11. p~ra v. jn. fin. yVTQ n.[m.] 2 S 21 20 Qr, v. 1. !TTO. yYTO v. J)T, p. 396. rrftTO v. nn. nmo v. nm. t : v : • [ncnip], nbn"irp v. tjm. ■no

rra t"HQ n.pr.gent. et terr. Medes, Media (OPers. Mdda Sp^ 1 , As. Madai COT a,OM *" don G"«HDl p * r - a7 );— 1. people, as 'son' of Japhet Gn io 2 (P)=i Ch I s ; as hostile power Is 13 17 2 ,! ; no JJTJ Dn 9 1 ; land and people, ""ID -3^P Je 25* ( + oVj? ^bp), 5 1 11 - 28 ; DTS1 'B 'obp Dn 8 20 ; cf. no* DIB Est i 3 - 14 ' 819 io ! ; © MnVm. 2. of land alone =J/edi'a 2 K I7 6 i8 n (both t*H>D adj. gent. Mede, Median, nan B^-VJ Dnn 1 . "'"TO (i.e. TTO) 2 Ch 30 3 , v. no 1 e. "TO v. *!. £td, nr-tp v. p. D^-ra v. 1. p-ra. ro^ra v. in. jp-ra, 1, 11. n:»-ra, nan-ra v. ton. ]~ro v. p. O^T? v. frns, ^to. srra.jnb, n?4lb v. m*. [pnjTTp],pl, cstr. Di"p~|^ v. "ipT. n^iio v. jin. m-ra v. w. t • • : — t : [T]-np] v. th. [tthip] v. trn. [nttrir?] v . &n. !~!Q, rarely "77Q (e.g. Gn 31 43 Jos 22 16 Ju8'), "HE, -HQ, (IP, -D (fEx 4 2 Is 3 15 Mai i 13 1 Ch 15 13 2 Ch 30 3 ), B (only in DTOtEz8 6 Kt., Qr.Dn np)_ on the distinction in the use of these forms, see Ges' 37 — pron. interrog. and indef. what? how? aught; used of things, as "p of persons (Aram. Jci, NO, Ar. U; prob. apoc. from a longer form with n or nt, As. mind (Dl HWB417f ), Eth. y»1t; ment; c {.W comtt Ko' L3sa ):—l. interrog. what ? a. in a direct question, before either verbs or nouns Gn 4 10 TWV HD what hast thou done ? 1 5 s ^inn-HD what wilt thou give me? Ex 3 13 toBh-10, i2 M 13" and so very often: KTrnp Zc5'; rbtt no Zci 9 ; nsi nm no j e i" Am 7" + ; Jl 4" "^ DnK HO; Ju 18 8 DDK HO vid. Comm., v 24 T15? >b no wto have I still ? Is 21" nWo-TD wliat ( = how much) of the night (is past)?=as what ? (qualetn f) Hg a* (cf. to Am 7'); to express surprise, Jbo 12 who shall say to him, nfcW TO what doest thou? 22 13 Ec8 4 Is 45 9 - 10 ; sq. '3, Gn 20 10 rrb>sr3 nw no what hadst thou in view, that thou hast done, etc.? 3 i 3S Ex 16 7 '? HD Urui and what are we, that . . .? 32 21 Nu 22 28 HbV 8 , etc. Note in partic. — (a) TO is followed sometimes by a subst. in appos. (against Arabic usage, which does not permit this: "v?* -"* 170 ), so that it becomes virtually an adj.: VS3"TO what profit . . .? Gn 37 s6 + 30 10 Mai 3 14 ; Is 40 8 DIDVno, Mai i 13 ^ 89* ibn ,TO "3N-13] (inverted for HD , ?JS "VP) remember (of) what (short) duration

am,'Eci 3 5 1015 6 8 " (Da* 8 ' B!i Kb'"- 23 ') ; as 

exclam., yjr 89 48b Jb 26". And with the subst. idiom, at the end (in Arabic preceded then by £-: w* 8 "* 49 - 7 ), 1 S 26 18 njn »T3-npi and what is there in my hand, evil ? 20 10 (vid. 3), 2 S 19 29 " 1 k 12" Je 2 s ty »a twnat« laxo-no, Ec 1 1 2 Est 6 s . (6) firm ^to, jiom, ? 1 S 10", contr. nj» fEx 4 2 (nt 4 c); Gn3 13 rpfeq> ntfr.TO; I2 18 29 25 i> nn»B>ynNrnp; similarly 26 10 42 28 +, either what, now, hast thou done ? or what is this that thou hast done ? ( vid. HI 4 d) . (c) "TO If what to thee ? i.e. wta aifeiA thee ? or W*a< rfo«< thou want f Gn 2i 17 "Wl }Wip ; Jos 15 18

S14 6 1 K i 16 2 K 6 s8 Ez 18 2 (accents); sq. ♦?, 

Ju 18 23 npyn »a t^-to, Gn 20 9 (cf. 1 S n 5 no ' '3 Dyb), Is 22 1 n^y ♦? ^".TO (cf. H 7ra<W toCto 7rot«r;), ^ 1 14 5 ; without '? Is 3 15 (cf. Qor 57 810 ); with a ptcp., Jon i* what is it to thee as a sleeper? (accus. : Da' 70 * cites Qor 74 50 ), Ez 1 8 2 (if DriN be treated as strengthening D3b). (d) * ("b) l^-nperteAo* hast thou (have I) here ? Ju 18 s 1 K 19' Is 22 16 52 s . (e) in the genit., Jer 8 9 Gb np-npsm, and wisdom of what ( = what kind of wisdom) is theirs ? Nu 2 3 s (v. infr. 3). b. often in an indirect question, as after ntT, Gn 2 19 to see lirtripv-no what he would call it, 37 20 Vrf&n WTO n^JTJj to w/ta< his dreams will come, Nu i3 19f - Hb a 1 ; "I'sn Gn 31 32 ; jm 39 8 Ex 2 4 ib ne^-no nvnb, 16 15 32 1 Jb 34 4 ; yoty NU9 8 " 1 mmo nyct^Ki (cf. f 85'), 2 S 17 s ; en'a NU15 34 ; bw 1K3 6 2K2 9 ; p?n Jb6 24 23 6 : Nui3 18 ps<nnNDn ,, x-n N"n no, V' 39 5 Is 41 22 n*fii nsn np fflMfthn.-- In some such cases it approximates in meaning to the simple rel., as Jer 7 17 33 s4 Mi 6 s - 8 Jb 34 s3 . c. =ofwJiat kind ? (Germ, was fiir ein ...?), with an insinuation of blame, or reproach, or contempt: Gn 37 10 nm Dlbnn no what is this no

dream which thou hast dreamt ? 44 13 Jos 22 16 Ju 8' 15" 20 12 1 S 29 3 rbm B^jayn no, 1 k 9 13 מה הערים האלה אשר נתתה לי 2 K 9 11, 18 19 . d. no is often used in questions to which the answer little, or nothing, is expected, and it thus becomes equivalent to a rhetorical negative (cf. q b, M? f c ): ( a ) Gn 23" land worth 400 shekels . . . , K'n no wftai t* t'< ? (i.e. it is some- thing quite insignificant), 27 s7 Ju8 3 'rfa'VIDl 033 n*», i4 ,a Ho 9 s io 3 ^ 30 10 56 s Jb 15 9 16 6 21" 2 2 1317 La 2 13 Ct5 9 "iVTO infrrip wAa* is thy beloved (more) than a(nother) beloved ? || xi>, iKu 16 ^: >33 r$Ji3-i6) -n-ja P^n tt£-np ( 2 S 20 1

pbn Kfjrfe), Jb 16 6 '. (b) sq. ♦? (*! l f), 

Gn 20 9 37 26 l*qjj '3 VX3-HD «,Aa< profit (is it) that we should slay him? Ex 16 7 Nu 16" Hb 2 18 2 K 8" what is thy servant, the dog, that he should do, etc.? and often in poetry, as f 8 5 1TOII1 '3 t*iK HO tabu is man that thou rememberest him? Jb 6" i>fTK '3 'nb-no, v " b 7 .7 I5 m.i4 , 6 3 2I ,» + (ef 4 tD«). Hence, "(c) in the formula of repudiation, or emphatic denial, ( D ?^.) *£} TTO what is there (common) to me and to thee? i.e. what have I to do with thee ? fJu 11 12 2 S 16 10 aah ^ no, 19 23 1 K 17 18

K 3 13 2 Ch 35 21 ; cf. Jos 2 2 M 2 K 9 18 ' 9 ; rather 

differently, without ), t Je 2 18 'o -p-|i> ■£ no what is there to thee with reference to the way to Egypt ? Ho 1 4 9 traj^ vnp, c f. V' 50 16 (ispi)) ; with n«, t Je 23 !8 -13n-nX t^TlD beside (or in comparison with) the wheat ? cf. tj c/iol (wiv) y djvk-i, lit. wAa« do you see (that) I have done ? hasten, and do like me (= whatever ye see, etc.), 2 S 21 4 onoK Dnx no D3b new, Jb 6 24 ; with the apod, introd. by , 1 S 20 4 li> r*W1 1K>3J TOW no ; Est 5 3 "TO V RJP| • • • Wi? a . v 6 7 2 9 12 ; hence in the late and strange idiom of Ch., it sinks twice almost to the rel. what, 1 Ch 1 5 13 DHK k{> nr.B'Nnso!) <3 because ye were not (employed) for what was at first (on the former occasion), J. etc., 2 Ch 30 3 *5J? ace. to what was sufficient ( = in suf- ficient numbers), cf. Ett 9 26 . (b) -B^no (late : frequently in Mishn., etc.), whatever, what (cf. "f^ V, V g <™d) : tEc i 9 TWtf Wn .TntjrnD, lit. what is that which hath been ? it is that which shall be ( = whatever hath been, it is that which shall be), v'3 15 - 22 6'° 7 24 8 7 io 14 . no Used adverbially : . Used adverbially : a. as an inter- rogative : (a) how 1 especially in expressing what is regarded as an impossibility, Gn 44 '" PTOM" 1 " 1 ? how shall we justify ourselves? Nu 2 3 8 - 8 1 s io 27 nj yye^-np, 2 K 4 43 Jb 9 2

5 4 . 4 3 1 ' I made a covenant with my eyes, 

'3 by $am noi and how should I look upon a maid? (© ui, *C non), Pr 20 24 P?J"TO D"JK1 TOf! i ™ an indirect question, Ex io 26 V-- 39 5 V* ^n-no nynX; nrno Aow;, now? (in sur- prise), Gn 27 20 *ja kxe6 rnne nrno, j u 18 24 1 K 2 1 5 2 K i 6 . (b) why? Ex i 4 15 pysri no ^k, 17 22 2K6 33 7 3 f 4 2 6 ^y wjtaftarro, Jb i5 12 +; Ct 8 4 1 adjure you tniyn-nei fi^rnp, w/ty will ye stir up, etc.? (i.e. do not : || OS 2? 3 5 )- — The transition from the interrog. to the neg., to which in Heb. there is an approx. (v. supr.: esp^ 1 K 12 16 Jb 31 1 Ct 8 4 ), is in Ar. complete, U being there used constantly in the sense of not (cf. Walker Hbr " l ' 244lr -; Kb 1 "- 478 ). b. as an exclam., how ...! with adjectives and verbs, Gn 2 8' 7 mn Dippn S-jirno how dreadful is this place ! ^ Nu 24 s l^nk «b"TO, Is 5 2 7 ^3 2 W no, 8 2 vnx no, Vi 2 3 6 8 , etc.| Ct 4 10 - 10 7 2 ; ironically, 2 S 6 20 Je 2 33 - 36 Jb 2 6 2 - 3 . 3. Indef. pron. anything, aught, Nu 23 s i> WJ!"1 ' W f rn 0* gy and he will shew me the matter of aught, and I will tell thee (=if he shew me ... I will, etc., Dr" 49 ), 1 S 19 s i> ^li) ™ ,, n^-!1 = and if I see aught, I will, etc., 20 10 ne>P T »pa« ^yrno IK if perchance thy father shall answer thee aught that is harsh (order, 1 a a), 2 S 18 22 NrnTOK nonrn but let there happen what may (lit. aught), I will run, v 23 (cf. Jb 13 13 no by -by:)), v 29 no 'nyT ifo (cf. Pr 9 13 ), Pr 25 s . Cf. Ko 1 "* 65 , . With preps.: a. nB3 9) nB3 w wherein ? Ex 22 M Ju 16 5 1 S 14 38 (indirect question; We , '? 3 ) ; and so ace. to the various senses of 3 : whereby? Gn 15 8 Ex 33 16 Mai I 2 -«- 7 2 17 3 7 - 8 ; w /i«re- «CT«/i? 1S6 2 2S21 3 Mi6 6 ; 6y what means? Ju 16 5 ^ 73U n031 ; a < M) / ia< ( wor th) ? I s a «; /or what ? 2 Ch 7 21 (|| 1 K 9 s no"b). b. "1? i?.' tHgi 9 because of what ? r ic. nps, nps, prop. the like of what ? (Ar. °S, Syr. U13) ; hence (a) Aojo much? how many? 131 ^ no? Gn 47"

S19 35 ^ 119 84 Jbi3 a ; D'pys nps ny 1 k 22 16 

(=2 Ch 18 15 ); no? how often?' 3b 21 17 (i.e. how seldom!); in an indirect question, how much ? Zc 2 6 - 6 . As an exclamation, Zc 7 3 as not tell me, etc.? v 19 20 25 31 27 42 1 43

,3 24' ^22 2 44 2425 74 

HO I have done D'Jt? n03 HI now (nt 4 i), /tow many years ! ^ 78 40 np3 how often ! (6) /or Iww long ? ^ 35 17 nson nos, Jb 7 19 . d. nop, nop (no? mostly before the gutturals K, n, V, and '< [i.e. ^K.], but twice besides, ^ 42 10 43 s ; nop also occurs before gutt., in five places noted by Mas. on ^ 43 s , viz. 1 S 28 15 2 S z* 1 4 31 * 49 6 Je 1 5 18 , and before ntGn 4 6 2 Si4 ,3 24 3 Ec 2 15 ), TOp' f Jb 7 20 , nop' f 1 S I 688 , for what reason ? why? Gn4 6- £ mn nob why art thou angry? 24 81 , etc.; often strengthened by nt (nj4e), Gni8 13

s0 (=Ju i3 ,8 )»oe>i> Wn nt no?, 33 15 Ex 2i0 

S 22 17 3 , etc., Je 6 20 20 18 + ; Gn 25 s2 "noi? p DX '3:K nr if so, why, then, am I ? (why do I con- tinue to live?); =to what purpose (sq. p pers.), Gn 27" D"n 'i> no?, Is i 11 Je 6 20 Am 5' 8 nr no? DV D3^>, Jb 30 2 ; in an indirect question, 1 S 6 3 Dn io 20 . Note especially (a) in expostu- lations, Gn 12 18 *b man xb rmb why didst thou lS2I 1S '■" + oft.; (6) with an impf., oft. deprecating, or introducing rhetori- cally, the reason why something should, cr should not, be done, why should . . . f 1 S 1 9 517 20 8 but to thy father (emph.) iJtfSTl nt nab, why shouldst thou bring me ? 20 32 nov no? ntrj? no why should he be put to death ? 2 S 1 3 26 16 9 20 19 2 K 14 10 , etc. : in such cases, it approxi- mates in meaning to lest (cf. Ph. CIS 1 ' 2,21 Dp D3^X D^iaD' ne tradant eos dii), and is in © often rendered by ntjnort, as Gn 2 7 45 PSB'K no?" why should I be bereaved, etc.? Ex 32 12 no? n , ^VDl^r:N , Ne6 3 i^79 10 ii5 2 Ec7 16 , ^17, Jer4o 15 , Iva m, Gn 47 19 2 S 2" 2 Ch 25 16 Ec 5" 7 17 , or on-wf pi], Jo 2 17 (in 1 S 19" 2 S 13 26 , paraph, by <2 iirj) ; and, connected with the foreg. sentence by "ICK, cr B', in late, or dial., Heb. it actually has that mng., Dn i 10 n«T nop 1$X l est he see, Ct i 7 nviK noW lest I become (so in Aram. ^ rrob Ezr 7 23 , KoH %, Syr. I4ii, both regu- larly =kst). ' e. no-iy (f 4 3 np-ny) until when? how long? tNu 24 22 (aposiop.), ^ 4 3 79 s 89*; in indirect qu., f 74" (cf. n3N ny, 'TO *1J*). f. n?"^, and nD- ? y, M; , n wA«<? Jb 38" 2Ch 32 10 ; upon what ground ? wherefore ? Nu 2 2 32 ^htrnR JT?n np-i>y, Dt29 23 (cf. 1 K9 8 Je 22 s ), Is i 4 ' Je 8 M 9" i6'° Ez 2 1 12 f 10" Jb 13" (pro- bably dittogr. from v 13 ); nrno*?y Ne 2 4 . In an indirect question, Jb 1 o 2 ^iPTnp ?J> "oy^n, Est 4' nrnp-^yi nrnp nynp. "

-no 

t[nnQ] vb. only Hithpalp. linger, tarry (cf. Ar. j.4-* «'<"» tHlft, deZay (Kam.)) ; — Hithpalp. Pf 1 s. "finonprin f 1 1 9 6 » ; 3 p i. wonpnnjui 9 8 ; 1 pl.«nonpnnGn43 10 ; Impf npnpri>Hb2 :! ; mGniy 1 ; Imv. mpl.wpnpnn IS29 9 ; Inf. npnpnnp Ex 12 39 ; Pt. npiiprip 2 S 15 28 ;— linger, tarry, wait, of pers., Gn 19 16 43 10 (J), Exi2 39 (E), Ju 3 26 i9 8 2Si5 28 Is2 9 9 f 1 1 9 60 (c. V&, opp. "flfD); subj. pin OT «on Hb 2 3 . HOinO v. mn. pOVKS v. |ox. ^Nn^rro v. no t[7ri?2] vb. eiroumeise, weaken (si vara 1.; cf. NH •'np circumcise, Aram. ?no id.) ;— only fig. Qal Pt. pass. Dnj? 7V«p -|K3p Is i 22 <Ay choice wine weakened with water, so Thes De Che Comm Di Du ; cf. vinum castrare, Pirn 11 *- 63 : Ba KrkLd - ,M - Che Hl * (cf. No ZMQl1 - 1886 ' 741 ) comp. NH ?~mo, Jiu'ce (of fruit, esp. olives); Ar. j4-» °*h liquid pitch, suppurating matter; v. against this Di. rfpqp] v. ^n. [VVnp], ^NfeVfto v. 11. &t. j-no 1 ?? 1 ? v. D?n. [rnbno], ni-ionp v. ion. [nssno], rofno v. -jan. fl. pHE] vb. hasten (NH Pi., and deriv. ; Ar. J4-* oe practised, skilled (with As. mdru,send, order, govern, cf. II. "ino);Eth.<n>Ud; frm'ra, <eoc/t; Syr. »<h-vs Pa. to!.,- cf. also Egypt. mahar, trained warrior Bondi 6 '); — Niph. Pf.

f s . ninoa Jb 5 13 ; Pt. -ino? Hb i 6 ; pi. onrtej is 

32 4 ; cstr. 'inpj Is 35 4 ; — o« hurried= anxious, disturbed 3pT!nD3 Is 35 4 ; hasty, precipitate, subj. nxy Jb5 13 ; so pt. as subst. Is 32"; im- petuous, of Chaldeans, Hb i 6 (|| "9). Pi. Pf nnp 1 S 4 14 Is 51"; 3 fs. m T np Je 48" etc.; Impf. ">np^ Is 5 ,9 +2 t. ; inp^l Gn i8 6 + 8 t. (1 S 28 30 v". infr.); 3 fpl. nj-inpn Je 9 17 etc.; Imv. ms. "inp Gn i9 22 + ; n"inp 1 S 23^ 1 K 22°, etc.; Inf. cstr. ino Pr 7 23 + ;' Pt. "inpp Gn 41 32 Mai 3 B (on inp Zp I 14 [1 S 23 s2 ] cf. Kb'- 288 , Schwally ZAW,189 °'" 8 vid. 1. ino infra), fpl. niinpp Pr 6 19 ; — 1. hasten, make haste, =go or come quickly Gn 18 6 1 S 9 12 (but del. © We -rra Dr KitBu HPS), Na 2 6 Is 49 17 1 Ch 12 9 ; =go eagerly, (sq. Inf. of purpose) Pr 1 16 Is 59'; Pt. = swift, prompt Mai 3 s ; of bird Pr 7 a ; fig. of calamity IS5 19 (||Bnn), J e 48 16 , cf. tS t?n ^*»J? Is8 ,s , infr. 2. hasten + vb., ('o having really adverbial force): sq. Inf. Gn 18 7 ("W r*$); cf. 2 7 20 4i S2 (subj. God), Ex 2 18 io 10 i2 3: ' 2 S 15" Is32 4 5i H Pr6 18 Ec5 l ; more often sq. vb. c. 1 Gn 24 ,8MM 44 11 (all J), 45 913 (E), prob. 43 30 (J) ) also Ex 34 8 (J), Jos 4 10 8' 419 (all JE), Ju 13 10 1 S 4" 17 48 2 3 27 25 1823:MM 28" 2 S 15" 19" 1 K 20 33 ' 41 2 K 9" Je 9"; so even when act. is not wholly voluntary 1 S 28 20 (but rd. prob.Wl©WeDrKitBu);also,1om.,^io6 13 ; esp. c. Imv. Gn 19** (J), Ju 9 48 Est 6 10 ; so also ^KBJ 79 V' 6 9 18 Ioz3 M3 7 .' of. 79 8 (v. 01 < " , ' 0,, '). 3. trans, hasten, = prepare quickly Gn 18 6 ;

bring quickly 1 K 22 9 =2 Ch 18 8 , Est 5 s ;[edit]

do quickly 2 Ch »4 M . f 1. "VTO adj. hastening, speedy, swift (strictly Pi. Pt. for "inop v . sub nno) ;— of "■ DV,-IK? 'CI Shi? Zp 1 "; rd. also f. ninon fofi)

S 23 s2 his swift foot (for MT WNl <p *1) Th 

WeDrBu; deeper corruption assumed by HPS. f 11. ~ i2 adv. quickly, speedily (strictly Pi. inf. abs.) always immediately after vb. ; Ex 32 8 (J), Dt 4 s6 7 4 - 22 9 312 -' 2 -' 6 28 20 Jos2 5 (J), Ju

17.23 p r 2 g8 ^ on ^ g^lS ,^8 IQ2 3 j^^ wnere ' C 

precedes, v. supr. sub - 1 ™). TTrTC adj. quick, prompt, ready, skilled;— 'D iQ'lD ^ 4 5 2 Ezr 7 6 ; W3«bD3 'D B*N Pr 2 2 29 ; cstr. p^Sirip Is 16 5 prompt injustice. TninQ n.f. haste, speed; — usually as adverb, ace. hastily, quickly: Jos 8 19 io 6 23 16 (all JE), Nu 17" (P), Dt ii 17 Ju 9 M 2 S if**" Je 27 16 Ec 8" (in all these cases after vb.); before vb. (poet.) Is 5 26 (|| S?), + 31 s 37 s Is 58 s Jo 4 4 (|| i"B); so also 1 S 20 s8 nf^Wl 'O (cf. Dr); 2K1" ITTJ 13;— but perhaps rd. fTVie, i.e. Pi. Imv. of "WO (cf. 1 S 2 3 27 ); c. prep, (late): '03 in haste = quickly Ec 4"; 'tiny, id.

  • I47' 5 -

^HQ n.pr.m. one of David's heroes ; S23 28 I Chi I 30 27 13 ; © N«pc, Ma<pa< i, Maapvav, Maapt, etc. "hs tfn ^tO "i!T2 as n.pr.m. Is 8 ,:l - T T T .. — (lit. Swift is 6oo<j/, speedy is prey).

"OHIO 

II. "I|"7D (■/ of foil.; cf. prob. As. mdru; send, whence tamirtu, tamartu, {missive,) gift, TjIHWBSnL. y ^gZMOxl.1886, 1M T"in?2 n.m. purchase-price of wife (NH id.; Ai 'J* g gK 78 f. Troph. Iv. n. 13 JJy 1. c. g { GMch. 1. 381 Dr D,!8 ' B and reff.; Aram. Mrtqte, jUi); — abs. '0 Gn 34" (J; || **©) 1 S18 25 ; cstr. "Wfa riiwian Ex : ! (E). fill, [in^] vb. denom. aoquire by pay- ing purchase-price (Ar. ,^_I give a dowry, marry for a^i; cf. Gerber v ' rb - < " !nom - 12 Buhl SS) ;— Qal Pf. 3 pi. VVID ^ 16 4 usu. obtain another in exchange (or, by paying a price, cf. Che), but txt. dub.; Impf. 3 ms. sf. + Inf. abs. nftib b nanno; n'np Ex 22 15 (E). rrtfonno v. V?n. . 10 a paragogic syllable, attached to 3, |, p (q. v.), so as to form with them indepen- dent words, 103, iD3, iop (q. v.) These forms, except sometimes IDS , are exclusively poetical. In origin iO is identical with HO what, Ar. il, which is used similarly, pleonastically, with certain prefixes, e.g. Uj, SS, Cc. See Qor ,153 Ijj25. piKl. Schr. 1.473 f. 479, 658. ^yAQ 11. } 70. Kern./; 80 mi ] K5 u.*oi. an a c f. Eth. htm:, Syr. W^f, Sab.lDJ3=Ll-, DHM ZDMG1883 - ,96t , Hom ch ~ , ■» ,8 . ii. [i*2]= , water. IfcOO , 2Nb n.pr. gent, et terr. Moab T ' T 180 (MI 1 - 2 - 561220 3N0; As. Ma aba, Ma'bu, Mu'dba, etc g cnr COTUloss., »ndonUnl9, 37 TJJTar. 2Mf.,296. on etym. cf. Lag M •• Anm ', Ne 8K "• OT , Gray Fro '- "• «) ; —'ID Gn I9 37 + 1 78t. ; 3Kb 2 S 8 12 ; © MvaP ;— 1. Moab as son of Lot by his elder daughter ace. to Gn 19 37 . 2. Moab : a. =: nation of which Lot's son is represented as ancestor Gn 19 37 Nu 21 29 22 33 Am 2 12 Je 48 ,2 + 30 t. Je 48 + oft.; having a king, Nu2i M 22 4 ' Ju 3 12

S i2 9 +. T». = territory of Moab Nu 
j 11.13.13.15 + . / D n -,B, + Q n 36 25 Nu j 5 20 RuI 1.2.6.6.32 
6 4 3 i Ch i 46 8 9 ; 'O n« +Dt i 5 28 69 3 2 49 34 5<> 

j u ii 161818 Je 48 s4 - 33 ; 'o -i3ip tDt 2 8 ; 'o ninny tNu 26'- 03 31" SS^^SS 1 3<S 13 Dt 34 18 Jos 13 32 . t"'2«'in, nj3M^0 adj. gent. Moabitish ; — 'O Dt 2 3 ' 4 + at., "3Kb Ezr 9 1 ; pi. D"3Nb Dt 2 11 ; '3«io Dt 2 s ; fs. n;3t<io R u i 52 + 4 1.; '3^b itu 4 '»; rraKto 2 Ch 24 s6 ; fpl. ni>3sio 1 k ii'Ne Ssv.

BTO °; '2Kb Rui 4 : — m. =a Moabite Dt 23* Ne 1 3 1 ; 1W = <Ae Moabite 1 Ch 1 1 46 ; coll. = <Ae Moabites Ezr 9 1 , so pi. Dt 2 11 - 29 ; fpl. as adj. 'D D'tS'J Eu i 4 ; as subst, 1K11 1 Ne 13 23 ; fs. as adj. T 2 Ch 2 4 M ; esp. '»n TVn Eu I 22 2" 1 4' 10 ; "D as n.fs. Ru 2 6 . ^sia v. inc. [«2V2] v. Ki3? sub KO. tJHQ vb. melt (I HO Ithp., ■f 4 6 7 107 26 ; cf. Ar. "U surge (of the sea), Qor 18"; •£• a wow) ;— Qal /nip/. 3 fs. MDH ^ 4 6? ; Ste^J Am 9 s ; 2 ms. sf. «S0M! Is 64 s (but rd. prob. CJJOJJr}, v. [fa?] p. 171 supr., and cf. Di > Du UJtftori); I n f iKsb Ez 21 20 ;— 1. m«Z<, subj. J*?«> at touch of ** Am 9 s ; at voice of * ^46 7 ; = faint (of heart), Ez 21 20 . 2. trans, cause to melt Is 64 s (but v. supr.) Niph. P/ ioj Na2 7 +2t.; 3 pi. «i33 Exi5 15 + 3t.; Ft. pi. D^DJ ^ 7 5 4 ; — melt away, fig. for be helpless, disorganized (through terror, etc.) Ex 15 15 (cf. context), Jos 2 9 - 24 1 S 14 16 (cf. We Dr), Je 49 23 , cf. Na 2 7 Is 14 31 V' 75 4 . Pol. soften, dissolve, act.: only Impf. 2 ms. sf. (subj. God) : D?'?")? n ???bn yjr 65" thou softenest it [the earth] with showers ; fig., = dissipate *3?.?~ni Jb 30 22 — We rds. Jabjl H b 3 6 forTjbn , v. TTD Po*. Hithpo'l. ^/- 3 P 1 - H< to ™ N a"i 5 ; /wp/ 3 fs. Jjfcnn V' 'oy 26 ; 3 fpl- n J?d ,|0J ! 11 ? Am 9 13 ; — melt, subj. hills (before '») Na I s ; subj. B'W V 107 26 (in terror) ; hyperb. for flow Am 9 13 (of fertile hills, || nnnn tt^n). I. 1 1£2 (-/of foil. ; appar. secondary form of VlD, cf. Ba NB ' 1900 , and Ar. 11 stretch, extend, also prolong, make to continue). t"PE.n n.iii. Dn12 ' 11 continuity (perh. orig. extent; NH as BH, Ecclus TDH 45"); — 'n alw. abs. ; — 1. earliest and oftenest as adv., con- tinually : a. of going on without interruption = continuously, Ho 12 7 Je 6 7 Na 3" Is 2 1 8 49" 5 i»( + D^ri-b), 5 2 6 ( + ^.), 60" (||n^>) DdV), 62' (+n^fJ"7?l Otar^*?), 65 s Ob 16 Hbi 17 Dt n" iK io 8 =2 Ch 9 7 , 1 Ch i6"- 37 ; esp. (sometimes hyperbol.) in -W- V' J ^ 8 25 15 34 s (|| nr^??), 35" cf. 40 17 70 s , 38 18 4c- 12 50 8 5 1 5 6 9 24 7 ,«.u ?2 » 73 a 74 ta I05< I09 ,5.i» j r9 « ( 4. dS'ivS

T#), v""" 7 (so also f 1 6 s , for MT TDW, Bi Che;

TDW 01 Bae) j Pr 5 19 (|| nybsa), 6 21 is 15 28 14 ; also Ez 38" (del. @ Co Toy Hp, 'Berthpl), Lv 6 6 (P ; of fire, ||nMn N?), and 46 14 (but *H ni3n @ Co Berthol) ; also in ritual, Lv 24 s (H), cf. Ex 25 30 (P; shew-bread), Lv 2 4 2 - 3 - 4 (H), cf. Ex 27™ (P; of lamp), Ex 28 29 - 30 - 38 . b. of regular re- petition : meals 2 S 9 71013 2 K 25*' = Je 52 33 ; journeys 2 K 4 19 ; cf. Nu 9" ■fy'ji 3 ; °f ritual: sacrifice, Tt^i D*? Ex z 9 w ; cf. 1 Ch 16 40 23 s ' 2 Ch 24 14 . 2. as subst.: a. of uninterrupted continuity, 'T tSOK Ez 39 14 men of continuity, i.e. men continually employed for the purpose; 'fin Orb Nu 4 7 </ie 6rea<2 of continuity, i.e. the bread that is always there, so 11 ^~^.Q 2 Ch 2 3 , and perh. 11 DV^im 1 Ch 16 6 . b. of regular repetition 'D OD^j 2 K 25 s0 , i. e. a regular allowance, as Je 52 s4 ; esp. of ritual : H WJPJ Ex 30 9 (P) ; most often 'n rb)l Ez 46 15 (every morning), Ex 29 42 (morning and evening, so) Nu 28* Ezr 3 5 , so rd. also Nu 28 3 (Di) for MT 'n nbij? (Di>b) j tm r&j> Nu 28 10 - 15 - 23 - 24 - 31 29 s ' 1116 - .22. 25*28.31.34.38 JJg JQ 3o. r&re ]y 'D nPlSD Nu 4 ,6 (P), Ne io 34 ; as appos., H i"in3D Lv 6 13 meal-offering as a regular observance (cf. Ges SI31,2(W Da 8 """ S29(,,) ; on text v. Di, Now*"*-"- 1241 -), (and Nu 28 3 MT, but v. supr.) c. (late) 'nn alone= daily (morning and evening) burnt-offering (Now*"*-"- 222 '-) Dn 8 1U2 - 13 1 1 31 12" (so Talm., even in pi. PTP 1 ? 1 )- fH. 11Q vb. assumed by Ke Or al. (= Bto) as V of T^l Hb 3 s , but v. TTO Po. ynin v. pr. f [£DlO] vb. totter, shake, slip (usu. poet.) (NH id., der. species; Aram. £-ao, BID; Ar. bli (med. 1) remove, retire ; deviate from, right course ; rej>el, push, thrust ; Eth. •TJfTl: turn ; As. matA is dwindle, diminish, grom weak d1 hwb«*. > denom. fr. BID pole, bar Dl Pro1184 Gerber v « rt, - ,i<! '" >m195 '-, cf. Buhl);— Qal Pf 3 fs. HDD f 6o 4 + 2 t.; 3 pi. 1DD ^ 46 7 ; 7»ip/. 3 fs. tMDg Dt 32 s6 Is 54 10 ; 3 fpl. nfBW^I Is 54 10 ; Inf. cstr. DID ^38 17 46 s ; abs. id. Is 24 19 ; Pt. DD Pr 25 26 ; pi. tPOD Pr 24 11 ;— «o«er, s% subj. ^■J (fig. of insecurity) Dt 32* ^38 17 94 18 : cf. (without ^J) Pr 24 1 ' Vy$ 'D; Vtfr*%3? 'D 25 26 ; «/ta^e, intr., subj. T Lv 25 s5 (H ; of feebleness) ; subj. nty?? is 54' (|| B»»)- d^d: 3.b onn 'd ^ 46 s (|| "WJOi cf. "MD) (both symb. of extreme insecurity); cf. subj. J"!""!? Is 54 10 ; subj. nWDD V.46 7 ; subj. H? ( = land) V 66 4 ; cf. Is 24 19 (v. sub Hithp.) Niph. Pf. 3 pl. נמוטו « 7 5 17 4; tSl'D Imp/. ti& V i5 5 +8 t., etc.;— all poet., mostly c. neg. (73 i 3 t.; 8<b 6 t.), be shaken, moved, overthrown, of idols Is 40 20 41, 7 ; of scales of crocodile Jb 4 1 15 ; of ban 1 Chi6 30 =i/'93 1 96 10 ; of H? f i°4 5 ; of P'i— in V. 125 1 , cf. 46 s ; fig! of general disorder (no neg.), subj. JHK "HDIO ^82 5 ; oft. of righteous, as secure, ty 10 6 15 5 16 8 21 8 30 7 62" 112 6 Pr io 30 12 3 (subj. &p 8*T$f); cf. (without neg.) ^ 13 s 140" Qr (so appar. © AV RV; but mng. of Niph. not suit- able ; Kt Hiph. q.v.) ; fig. of steadfast obedi- ence (subj. "PJfSi) ^ 1 f. Hiph. Impf. 3 mpl. ,t3, ?r + 55 4 i/o" Kt (Qr Vivh.);— dislodge, let fall, drop fl.N ty WDJ + 55* ; c f. Dirbg 1BW D V n ? 1 4°" Kt, and may they drop coals upon them, De al. ; <rd. "fODl (Hup Gr Bae Dr), wh. Bi Che insert. Hitb.po'1. Pf. 3 fs. 0i» nOBicnn Is 24 19 be greatly shaken (subj. H*? , in judgment of'*; ||yjn, ma, Hithp.) TlOi^ n.[m.] shaking, pole, bar of yoke;— abs. 'o Nu 4 ,0 + 5 t.; sf. inpb Na i 13 ;— 1. a shaking, tottering (c. neg., of security) fJV" 8 ^ pnxb 'd + 55 23; tobfi 'tab. jnj t6 + 66', cf. 121 3 . . ^;o/e, or 6ar for carrying (named from spring- ing motion) Nu 4 1012 cf. esp. 13 23 . 3. bar of yoke Na i 13 (^byp ,n ? to "*?$)> fig. of oppres- sion. Cf. following. ♦ TrrEiD n.f. pole, bar of yoke, mostly late (cf. BID) ;—' D J e 2 8 10 + 4 t.; pi. niBb etc, abs. Je 27 s 1 Ch 15 15 ; cstr. Ez 3 o ,8 + 4 t.;— 1. pole, pi, staves, for bearing ark 1 Ch 15 15 . 2. bar of yoke, symb, of oppression Je 27 s (|| DhDiD, cf. by v 81112 ), 28 1012 (cf. by v") ; ft '» 28 13 ; bri3 'D v 13 (cf. by v 14 ); fig. of oppression, Is 5 8 6 - 9 EZ30 18 ; cf. (thongs of yoke) 'D rt*» I s 5 8«; D3b? nb» Lv 26" cf. Ez 34 27 — On form of yoke v. Schumacher ZPVl " 1889 ' 160 , Benz ArchOT . t[ :JlQ] vb. be low, depressed, grow poor (NH id., Niph.; Aram. ^», sink or bend down; cf. ^3D, Syr. yi, yiao, be brought low, humble); — Qal Pf. consec. =]»* Lv 27 s (P); Impf. IpDJ Lv 2 5 25M - 39 (all H) ; T />«. }D Lv 25" (P) : all of impoverished Israelites. ft 71D, SlQ (tDt 1'), hitiD (tNe 12 38 ) subst. and prep, front, In front of (deriv. dub.; ace. to 01 }22So Sta* 378 *, for bitfp from b?N to be in front: v. further Ko"- 300 '- Hpt BA81 - 172 ) :— 1. subst. only 1 K f (si vera

L,^ 

. : v. sta 2AWI883 ' 151 ) nmp-bx nine bio* and the front of (one) window was towards (the other) window, and Ne 12 38 bNiob = m (he opposite direction (but rd. prob. b'KObb, cf. PP'b v 31 ). 2. as prep., Dt i" 2 19 pay *» b'lD *, /ron< 0/ the Ammonites, 3 s9 (= 4 46 34 s ) "nya JYO bin, n» Jos i8'« 19- Ip; bl», 1 S 14"; fig. Ex 18 19 wrhm bio oyb nm n-n i„ f ront of Go d, i.e. representing God to them. With prefixes : — a. blEOK towards the front of, 1 S 17 30 3D>1 1HK blO-b$ tyxv to the front of another; on the front of, Ex 34 3 (pregn.) im blCrbx V£"^R, Jo S 3333 9 1 22" (v. WAW ,Ph -*»- mtt ); spec, "bx V.S ?1D towards or ore the -forefront of, Ex 26 s 2*8 25 (II 39' 8 ), v 3 ' Lv8 9 Nu 8 23 2 S n 15 set ye Uriah nnnbon ya bio-bN- b. bra>p : — ( a )f r0 m the front of Mi 2 8 (text dub. : rd. prob. byp). (6) of position, off (v. p 1 c) the front of, Lv 5 8 to"]? b«3)? off the front of its neck, i.e. close in front of it, Nu 2 2 5 'bap 3CW Nim close in front of me, 2 S S 23 (1 Ch 14") Qnb ntOI D , N33 blDO come to them o/" the front of the mulberry-trees, 1 K 7 39 (2 Ch 4 10 ) 353 7Wf; v:B b«>p on the forefront of, Ex 28 27 (|| 39 20 ). fll. [Tift] vb. circumcise (NH id.; $ b*D cutoff (grass, etc.: only for in. b?P, q.v.); cf. NH bnp, Aram, bnp, ace. to Thes Nb ZMGlU . 711 T> lb.xll.1887,626 „ „!„„ L_„ _ , ■t>a -v. also ?no supr.) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. bp Jos 5 4 + 2 t.; 2 ms. nribp Ex 12 44 ; 3 mpl. 6$ Jos 5 5 - 7 ; 2 mpl. BPlbo Dt io 16 ; Impf.bm Gn i7 a + 2 t.; Imv. bb J os 5 2 ; Pt. pass. b» Je 9 24 ; pi. Dbp Jos 5 s ;— circumcise, c. ace. nbny -V2 (flesh of foreskin) Gn 1 7 s3 (P), acc.pers. Gn 2 i 4 Ex 1 2 44 (P), Jos 5 23 (J), v 4 5 - 77 (D); fig. 33b ribiy (foreskin of the heart) Dt io 16 ; 33b Dt 30 6 ; pass. nbny3 blD J e 9 24 ; Dbo Jos 5* (D). Nipb.. Pf. 3 ms. biB3 (Ges !72 '»- 9 ; Gn 1 7 s6 ; 3 mpl. ibis: Gn 1 7 27 ; 2 mpl. Dnbpjll (consec.) Gn 17" (for DribpJl Vbbo Ew 5234e - Ges* 67 ^ 11 - but Bb 1M6B for Dn'biO^); 7ny;/ bid? Gn i7 12 + 3 t.; 3 mpl. lb'D>! Gn 34"; Imv. ?bbn J e 4 4 - /«/ ™n Gn 1 7>» + 5 1. ; bbn Gn 34^; 'sf. ^ben Gn 17 2425 ; Pt. pi. DbbJ Gn 34^;— 6« circum- cised, of nbiy nt?3 Gn 1 7 14 - 2425 Lv 1 2 s ; elsewhere Of perS. Gn I 7 1 »" | 1213.13.26.27 ^is.i-.k^ £ x j 2 48 /p Jos 5 8 ( J) : reflex, '"b ibbn J e 4 * circumcise your- selves to Yahweh (and take away the foreskin of your heart). Hiph. Impf. i s. D^p$ *3 " Dt5>2 ^ 118 10 " 12 ira i"Ae name of'*, yea I will make tJiem to be circumcised (enemies, by force of arms ; but De cut to pieces (from 710= Ppo), Che mow, Bae annihilate (?), @ Aq ^/xnra^j; 1 '. Symm SuSpv^m, Jer ultus sum eas). Hitlip. Impf. 3 mpl. vl'P'T if, 58 s be cut off, of arrows, i.e. made blunt. T [n7^] n.f. f only pi. circumcision : ;nn ibah D'OT Ex 4 W (J) a bridegroom of blood be- cause of (or in regard of) the circumcision; cf. ■^r e Frol.ed.4(1896)S45t.i Hijt. 340 mfyio, ni^i^, -rhta v. i?v pmo Kt, v. ?OD. IDIO v. 33D. Gift v. ErtNO. po v. pe. Dio, rnWtt, [icrto] v. to. T 7 T T ' L T J iDio v. -d [tfwn] v. "po. hpio], rnpin v. nDN. "■DID v. ID'. T Tirto, [lyio], rnyio v. tj rTHJrtO v. nnvo. «T^ra v. ii. *]iy. [nsyin] v. py npyiQ v. piy. TDIQ v. TTD. PJ^DIQ Kt, v. n»S' , D sub JJS note v. nsx. Y")f2 (v/of following, meaning unknown). t [yiC] , yfa n.m. I,a, - B chaff (Talm. $ XJfiO, Ar. yaji straw) ; — 'o abs. Ho 1 3' + 6 t. ; cstr. Is 1 7 13 ; — chaff, always as driven by wind, and alw.c. |, in sim.; of wicked Jb 21 18 (IP?.?? 151? nri), c f. ^ i 4 35 5 Ho 13 s ; of hostile nations Is 17" (Dnri '13), 2 9 * (|| f5 P?K) • hyperb. of Judah's power, tffcw pis? niya? Is 41 16 (|| ts^ri phm Dnn) ; f passing time, dV Zp 2 2 . , 11. NSiD, [nNain] v. MP. 1. psno, [n^sno] v. pr. . p!TlD v. p1¥. t [p^D, p^P] vb. mook, deride (Aram. Pa. P»P, uali, and Aph. p^)-—I m pf 3 mpl. (prob. Hiph.) V'p: V 73 8 (|| 5H3 Wpl).

31173 

-ipia, rnpio v. ipv cpia v. E>p tpVJ] vb. change (NH id., Hiph.; Ar. .L» (med. l) is move io and /ro (intransitive); 'VI (med. *) procure food, Aram, uc ftwy or import food, No 2 " " 1 - 1881164 );— KTiph,. />/. n»J (as if fr. "no) be changed, Je 48 11 subj. in ,_ l (of wine, fig. of Moab) ; Hiph. Pf. "Von Je 2 11 ; on TD-nn ii., v .Ko L "; Impf. W f i5 4 + 3 t.; juss. np; Ez 48"; sf. *yp) Lv 27 3333 ; 1'pK Ho 4 7 ; rwpjl ^ 1 06 20 ; /to/.' csir. I'pn f 46 s ; abs.^pn Lv 27 1033 ; — 1. change, alter, Mi 2 4 (obj.

  • 98 P^D; but ® ^na Tp t so Sta zAwi886.i2ir.).

ijr 15 4 (no obj. expr.) ; Hiph. declar. 46* (pis subj., Hup Che Bae al, Ges' U52 - B2 ) when the earth sliews cliange; Krochm Gr prop. 3iBH (cf. 31D v' b 1| DIO), but needless. 2. exchange (sq. ace. of obj. relinquished, +3 before obj. ac- quired) Lv 2 7 ,010101 ° (2 t. as Inf. abs.); Ho 4' ^io6 2 °; cf. c. one obj. Lv ay*** (once as Inf. abs.); Je 2" 11 (cf. supr.); without obj. Ez 48" (but Ew Co "1DV, Hoph.). Hoph. Impf. "W Ez 48 14 Ew Co, cf. Berthol. TrPICn n.f. exchange, recompense; — 'n R u I 7 ; sf. Stthor Lv 27'°+ 3 t.; FirniOip Jb 28 17 ; — exchange= thing acquired by exchange Lv 27 1033 Jb 28 17 ; irnion Vn jb 20™ wealth acquired by exchange (fig.; rd. poss. iv'n as his wealth (so) his exchange, Bu) ; recompense (for worldliness) Jb 15 31 ; abstr. exchanging Ru 4' (|[rfow). ' ■via, -b v. -no. NT.O, 1. rrvta v. MTJ. T T tryiO n-m. 1841 ' 15 threshing-sledge (NH id.; i id., S.Ar. rjji, ^ r , Fra 133 , cf. Ba za 11. 117 (loan-word in Ar. = ploughshare) ; mod. _£I Dozy 11623 , and ££ Wetzst zfflrK » 1 " >< "- 1>7 * 27l)ff -, Anderlind ZPVI »- 4 "- {ploughshare and Aar- rou/)); — abs. '» Is 41 15 ; pi. DTJP 2 S 24 21 (+ "'i? 3 '? ?3); Dflte 1 Ch 2 1 23 ;— threshing- sledges of Araunah, given by him to David for wood of sacrifice 2 S 24 s2 = 1 Ch 21 23; fig. of Israel as instr. of 'י's judgment IS41 15. On form of threshing-sledge (mod.; slightly turned up in front, and set with sharp stones or pieces of iron), and threshing- rollers, v. Benz* rchao9C JJ QW Arch. 1. 232C TJj.Amoa.227f. TVIO 559 ■mte'i.T*. i. min v. K-iv T t T fn. nniQ n.m. razor (/dub.; We 8m "- 146 thinks = n"JJ|p) ; — razor, always in phr. K? 'D BMrijjj (n^) nby: j u 13 5 i6 17 1 s 1". 1, 11. rrno v. rrv. rrnin v. n*iti. T . T [tthio], ntth^o, rianto, ■•mrvta V. (TV. fl. [B&5, ff'^ Bo 1 '- 51 "; but Thes Ko leu think purely Y"y] vb. depart, remove (Ar. ^,LI (') is watt «»tA elegant, proud, self -conceited gait);— Qal Pf. BTfl consec. Zc 14 4 ; »%to< Zc 3'; «?D Nu 14"; 7mp/. 0WJ Jos i 8 Is 54 10 , etc.; — depart, mostly of inanimate things (=6e removed) sq. JO Jos I 8 Is 59 21 Je 31 36 ; without prep. Pr 17 13 Qr, Is 22 25 54 1010 (|| Bto); sq. n loc. Zc 14 4 ; sq. IP pers. Ju 6 18 ; of both Nu 14 44 ; trans, remove, sq. ace. Zc 3'. Hiph. Imp/. t}"pj Ex I3 M + 6 t., etc.; remove, take away, sq. JO Mi 2 3 ; sq. |> v 4 (but © Sta ZAWlU886 ' ml W0Q pK for E> , 0* i]N); depart, sq. IP pers. Ex 33 11 ; fig. recede Jb 23 12 ; of idol, leave its place, Is 46'; of other inanimate things, sq. IP Ex 13 22 ; fig. + 55 12 Pr 1 7 13 Kt (Qr B*OJ); without prep., abs., Na3 a , subj. C T}0; of righteous under fig. of tree, n| ni'B^p B"p; tib J e 17 8 , i.e. shall not cease. fll. [ttflQ] vb. feel (NH id.; Aram. ax , E^IO id. ; secondary form of E'E'D q. v.); — Qal Impf. 1 s. sf. ^DK.l Gn 27 21 draw near that I may feel thee. Hiph. Impf. 3 mpl. DTOT p0t£ JOl fr 1 1 5 7 as /or (A«tr hands, they do not feel (of idols ; JttJp) *6] DH^H); 7wm>. sf. 'JB*pni J U 16 26 Qr (Kt ^BOMl, v. t^C), but rd. ^tspni, v. nWo. nimo v. 3*. T ti. ttfiO, ttta n.pr.m. a Levite, son of Merari, "?>» Ex 6 1 ' Nu 3 20 1 Ch 6 M 23 s123 24 26 ' 30 ; fte 1 Ch 6 4 ; © Opov<r(i)i, rarely Movo-(«)i, Mooucti. fn, "'Eftft adj. gent. c. art. as n. coll. 'on nns^p NU3 83 26 s8 . [rt^tfto], rfijnrno v. ye*. JTIE2 vb. die (NH id. (rare); As. nwift/ Dl"™*, Ar. ill, Eth. 7°1-;, Aram. DID, ITp, k~£; Nab. niD Eut N * bl4 ' 6 ; Zinj. no DHM Sfd^h.GioM.^ ; _Qal Pf 3 ms. rip Gn 42 38 + ; 3 fs. mo ™?P Gn 35 18 +; 2 ms. nno Ez 28 8 ; 1 s. "TO Gn 19"; 3 mpl. Vip Gn 7 22 4-; 1 pi. VSfQ Nu 14 2 2 K 7 4 ; UJTO Nu i 4 9 +; 7«»p/. "C Gn 3 8" + ; nb>Dt 3 3 ,i +;np»lGnii 28 +; is.rwoN Gn26 9 +; nDK 2 S19 38 ; nrao« Gn46 30 ; 3 mpl. OTX$ 1 S a*+; pnp^ Nu 16 29 ; 3 fpl. njmon Ez i 3 19 (Ges' 72 ' 6 )+;'/»iv. DO Dt 32 60 Jb 2 9 ; Inf. abs. niD Gn 2" + ; cstr. WO Gn 25 32 + ; ■f.VHS 2S19 1 ; ITO2S 20 3 ,etc; i J <.npGn 2 o 3 + ; sf. "np Gn 2 3 4 + ; fs. nnp Gn 30 1 Zc 1 1 9 ; pi. Cnp Ex I2 S +; cstr. "np Is 2 2 2 +; sf. T™? Is 26 19 ; — 1. die, of natural or other causes: a. (1) of man, tnp*l yOT and he expired and died Gn 25 s ( + HJU na'k'a, v. infr.), v'^s 29 (P); ttaRl nci Ju io 2 - 5 8 32 i 2 ' 710l!!ls 2 S 17 53 ; tww VFIITFI "pD'l a»id /te aVed awo* — ■ reigned in his stead Gn 3 6 33 - 34 - 3i - 3 < i - 37 -^(P), 2 Si o 1 = 1 Ch 1 9 1 , 2 K i 17 8 15 13 24 1 Ch I «««"7.«.4».5o. naio na^a noi and fo died in a good old age 1 Ch 29 s8 (+ Gn 25 s , v. supr.); as the result of smiting nan Ex 2i 18 - 20 - 22 (E); +ncr6m Dt 20 s - 6 - 7 2 S 19"; anna j e n 22 ; ayia v 22 ; ajnn »jsd 38'; "0"i3 2 1 6 ; ptQ Nu 35 1723 (P) ; t" T WI Nu I4 37 I7 M 25 9 (P). (2) fig. of wisdom, Dapy npan man Jb 1 2 s2 ; of courage, ia"]i?a ta$ rip;i awe/ his heart died urithin him I S 25 s7 . — 2 S 2 31 del. IDE We Dr Kit Bu, cf. © . b. of animals Lv 1 1 39 ; cattle Gn 33 13 (J), fish Ex7 l8 (E), frogs Ex 8 9 (J), lion Ec 9 4 , worm Is 66 24 ; np a^3 , dead dog (in proverb) 1 S 24 15 2 S9 8 16 9 . c. a tree Jb 14 8 . d. D"np 'nai ^ 106 28 sacrifices to the dead (idols). 2. die as a penalty = be put to death : a. by human authority Gn 42 20 Ex io 28 2i 14 (E), Gn44 9 Jos2 ,4 (J), Lv 2o 20 (H), i 9 12 22 22 - 25 roc nio. Nu 3 5' 2 ' 3 °- 3 ° (P), esp. D, Dt 17 26 i8 a

4 7 Ju6 S0 1 S14* 

die at be put to a violent death ( > A V R.V surely die), 1 S 14 39 " 22 18 1 K 2 3742 (all Judaic), Je 26 s , all of capital punishment; 2 K 8 10 (Ephr.) of assassination ; npv niD be put to a violent death, in the codes of Ex 21 12151617 22 ,8 (E), Lv O 2.9.10.11.12.13.1S.16.27 ^16.17 (fl), Ex3I 14 - 15 Nu I ^

i6.i7.i8. 2 i.3i Lv27 29 ( P; never j n D; D uses 

verb, either Qal or Hiph., without inf. abs.) ; it is used in narratives Gn 26"(J), Ex i9' 2 (E), Ju 2 1 5 , 'o is preceded by DD Nu I5 36 (P), Dt 2i 21 iKi2 18 =2Chio 18 , iK2i ls ; ^pDDtis 11 1 7 s 22 2124 i K 2 1 10131415 ; yjs i K 2 25 - 46 ; DDi 2 K 7 17 - 20 ; i^i I!? Jos 2o 9 (P). b. inflicted by God, Gn 20 s19 Jos 10" (E), Gn 3 3 38" Ex rra

bsia ii« i2 38 (J), 28 3S 30 2020 LV8 85 io= w - 9 i6'- 213 j 83.32 3611.61^ D t5 22.r

.19.20 , .3i. .,14.28.35 

i8' 6 Ju 6 13 1 S 5 12 12" 25 17 - 3839 2 S 6 7 i2 ls i Ki 9 4 2 K i 4 6 =2 Ch 2 5 4 , i Ch 2 4 5 2 Ch i 3 M 2 K 19 35 =Is 3 7 36 , Ez 3 s0 18 4 - 20 - 21 - 28 33 1S ; WOJ niD Gn 2 17 3 4 (J), 20' (E), Ju if 2 S 12" i 4 14 2 K i 4 - 6 - 15 (all Judaic), Nu 26* (P), Ez 3 18 33 8 14 ; npv nio i8 13 ,nin'T3Exi6 :, (P);NDnaLv22 9 (H),Nu27 3 (P),2Ki4 6 =2Ch25 4 ; mb KUnnx't^NuiS 22 (P); nxtana Ez 3 20 18 24 ; ,ikdd3 Lv 15 s ' (P) ; pya.Tesi 30 Ez3 1819 i8 1718 33 89 ; WD1 pv W&» *6 Ex 28* Nu 4 ' 5 (P) ; S>ljO Ez 1 8 s6 33 ,:u8 ; % bv 1 8 s6 ; b]XS2 1 Ch 1 o". C. rf' e, perish, of a nation by divine judgment, Moab Am 2 2 , Epliraim Ho 13'; ^JOE* IVO Ezi8 31 33 1 . d. die prema- turely, by neglect of wise moral conduct Pr 5 23 io 21 i5 ,0 i9 16 23 ,3 Ec7' 7 .— Note. On (!?£) niD"by f 9 1 4 8' 5 v. np5>y sub 11. aby. Polel. 77:3ms. sf. , ?nnioj e2 o 17 ; 1 s.wi'd 2 S 1 16 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. innrib; 1 S 1 7 51 ; 3 fs. nnion + 34** ; is. sf. innnbt* 2 S i 10 ; 7W. sf. 'me j u 9 M ; s 3nnb 2 S i 9 ; inf. nnio^ 109 16 ; Pt. TWOD 1S14" ; — MU, put to death, des- patch (intens.), abs. 1 S 14 13 , elsewhere c. ace. Ju 9" 1 S I7 M 2 S i 91016 Je 20 17 + 34" i°9 16 - Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. nn?n ju ie^+j sf. ♦jnom 2 S 14 32 : cwon j e 41 8 ; 3 fs. sf. vinrven 2 Ch 22"; 2 ms. nnpn Nu i 4 15 ; 1 s. sf. vn<pn (rd. vripn) 1 S 1 7 5S ; 3 mpl. Wpn 1 S 30 2 4- , etc. ; 7mp/. rra Nu 3 5 ,9 + ; non Gn 38 10 + ; sf. lnn'p< 1 K 13 24 + ; «np* Nu 35"+ ; Imv. sf. 'Won

S 20 8 ; pi. Wpn 1 S 22 17 ; Inf. abs. npn 2 K 

ii u +; c<rfr. n'On Lv 20 4 + ; Pt. mpp 1 S 2 6 ; pi. DWED 2 K 17 26 Jb 33 ffi ; DW?D Je 26" ;— /h'M, 2>w< to death : 1. abs. Jb g w , elsewhere c. ace, subj. man, a. of killing men in personal combat, or in war, often preceded by nan smite Josio 26 ii' 7 i7 50 +; cf destroying a city 2S20 19 (Hn'riB'n v 20 ). b. by authority, espec. in capital punishment Ex I 16 (E), Lv 20 4 (H), Nu 35' 919 - 21 (P), Dt 9 10 17 7 Ju 20" 1 S ii 12 28 s

S 14 732 2 1 4 1 K 2 26 - 34 ii 40 i9 1717 2 K i4 8 =2 Ch 

25 4 ; Is 1 1 4 Je 26 152124 3 8 I5 - 16 - 2S Est 4"; 3ina 1 K 1" 2 8 2 K 1 1 20 = 2 Ch 23 s1 ; n«p> npn j u 15" 1 K 3 16 - 27 Je 26 19 38 16 . 2. subj. God, by inflicting penalty, abs. Dt32 39 1S2' 2 K 5', elsewh. c. ace. Gn 18 25 3 8 7 - 10 EX4 24 Nu 14 15 (J), Dt 9 28 Ju if 1 S 2 M 5 10 " 1 Ch 2 3 10" Is 65 16 Ho 9"; 3jn3 IS14 30 ; NCV3 Ho 2 6 ; of killing fish ^ 105 29 ; DWDD Jb $f executioners, angels of death. 3. of animals killing men, e. g. ox Ex 2 1 29 (E), lion 1 K 1 3 24M 2 K 1 7 s6 . 4. bring to a premature death Pr 19 18 21 26 . Hoph. Pf. new 2 K 1 1 2 + ; 3 mpl. Wan 2 S 21 9 ; /m^/npv Lv 2o 10 + ; HO* Gn 26" + ; Pi. npiD 1 S i^pl'.D'npiO 2 K 1 1 5 (Qr), 2 Ch 22"; — be killed, put to death : 1. by conspiracy 2 K ii 22 = 2 Ch 22", 2 K ii 8 - 1516 2 Ch 23 714 . 2. by capital punishment Ex 2i 29 (E), 35 s Nu 1 s1 3 ,0S8 18 7 (P), Lv 19 20 2 4 1621 (H), Dt 13 6 17" 2 1 22 24 1616 - ,6 = 2 K 14 66 , Jos i 18 (all D) Ju 6 3 '

S 1 1 13 19 611 20 32 2 S I9 22 - 28 21 9 1 K 2 M 2 Ch 

15 13 Je 38 4 , and the phrase nDV niD (see Qal

a). 3. by divine infliction, in the phrase 

nov mo (see Qal 2 b). 4. die prematurely Pr 19 16 . ni6 n.m. Ex * ■ death ;— abs.'oDt 1 9 6 + ; < V T 161 ' * nmp ,/, n6 15 ; cstr. nio Gn 25" + ; sf. WD Gn27 2 +; pi. cstr. WD Ez 28 10 ; sf. vntaa Is 53 9 ;— 1. death, opp. life, Dt 30 1519 2 S 15 21 '; t DlNn 73 y D </i.6 rfeo<A o/aM men (that all go to) Nu 16 29 (J), as distinguished from violent death; "O DY" day of death Gn 27" (J) Ju 13 7 1 S 1 5 35 + ; 'D TW Is 6 1 1 4 s8 ; 'd ny Nu 3s 26 - 28 - 32 Jos 20 6 (P), 1 K 1 1 40 ; 'D '»!> Gn 27 710 5o 16 (JE); 'd nnN Gn 26 18 (J), 25" Lv 16 1 Nu 35 18 (P), Dtsi 27 ' 29 (D)+; 'D ni33 Jb 1 8" firstborn of death (deadly disease) ; of flies Ec io 1 , unclean animals Lv 1 1 31,32 (P). 2. death by violence as a penalty : t'D DB^D + p or ? pers. : a case of death to, or in a man, guilty of capital crime Dt 19 6 21 23 Je 26" 16 ; t'» KPO Dt 22*; t'D (')33 1 S20 31 26 16 2 S 12 5 ; 'B^N 2 S 19 29 ; 'D 'B'JX i K 2 26 ; 'D ,, 36<i'P Pr 16 14 messengers of death ; VniD3 Is 53" in his {martyr-)death (v. Br" F359 ). +3. state of death or place of death (|| bm) Is 28 1518 38 18 Ho 13" Hb 2 6 ^ 6 6 49" Ct 8 6 Pr 5 5 7 27 ; (|| JH3N) Jb 2 8 22 ; 'o nye> 5-ate« of death ^9" 107 18 Jb38' 7 . t[niT3Q] n.[m.] only pi. death (cf. Ar. wlii);— catr. D^rn Wdd J e 16 4 of painful death by diseases; bbn 'D Ez 2 8 8 .— For D'niopn (Kt) 2 K 1 1 2 , the slain, Qr. D'TIDlDn is certainly correct (v: niD Hoph. supr.) tnrWn n.f. death;— 'n "33 children of t : death, those worthy of death and appointed to death, ^79" 102 21 (see nip 2). inin v. "W. TT2.m v. n3t. T — .. . . ^STO v. 1. ^3] sub br. sta

X?2 (-/of Ml.= mix, cf. Syr. <JL», and denv. ; X 5TD mix, -prepare by mixing. — Ar. " j_I & is denom. fr. ^ v. foil., Fra 172 ). [TOjn.m. mixture, i.e. mixed wine(NTCd, Aram., and thence tU jo, NJ'ip,^ iciao; Ar. *ljL. wato- jnz'aie&J W! «A w ine, mixture (Friil.c.)f cf' ET' C>-) ; ~^ ■*9T^ Ct 7 3 (Tosafoth here sptcerf w .• cf. Levy NHWB '"•"), ("FTO (v'of foil.; prob. cf. Ar. £ mi ««*, cf. Dr 1 " 32 -"). "^ [nj^] adj. (si vera 1.) sucked out, empty, 3jn V» Dt 3 2 24 wcferfoMi, empty, from hunger (W>1 TO so Is 5 « Ew De Che Di Du (for MT^no; ©93 "no). Tntp n.pr.m. grandson of Esau Gn 36 1317 (@ Mofr); 1 Ch i 37 (@ o^e, ®L M«f«). [ito], mn? v. mr. rswn v. w. JftO v. pr. i. Tito v. in. nit. . TfaQ v. II. ire infra. tntp n.m. girdle (ace. to Bondi " WMM nnrro ^T?!?, !"Ttoto v. II. nor. ijnp v. nvr.

*"!?£ "^ fo11 - so Thes 781 cf. Ba NB » 18 ">; 

otherwise Gei D ™ Mft52 : NH "LTD and Aram'. >r*> be bad (of eggs), Ar. 'jj be foul] corrupt). ^' T"W*0 a - m - bastard, specif, child of incest (NH id. (v. Levy), nVTOD incest; Aram, (loan-word) NTTDO bastard) :~1. lit. iastan*, Dt 2 3 3 (v. Dr).' 2. perh. fig. coll., of mixed population Zc 9 6 @ dXAoyemr (cf. also Q e JUrachrift.52t II. IT/2 ( v/ f foil., si vera 1.; poss.= spread out; Aram. iUalf stretch oneself, cf. Ar. 'Z, aequaliter distendit utrem). fn. TitO n-»a.Ob 7 1' l finri'o^O^,verydub., perh. net (as something extended.) : © (IWfya)' <S93 amfo«A (? list) or fniyp ^i, Vollers ZA * M84 ' " ; liXO « e5 ,e Prince JB ^ ">• W ^), Aq Theod /««*•, 6<wd, %(xbpr)stumbling-block; GrlMD, "ID2D; We Now leave untranslated • Dl Fr °'« 7 ' comp. As. mazuru, appar. o jpoZe wM As. u. Eur. 104 1 J !■ t-i »-«"*•/. iio. musu'i n«M. Ioan " w ^ d fr ; Egypt w #, cf. Lag anmwAooft, but improb.-i. Tito v . sub II

— abs. O 
— in sim. of curse enfold- p. 267.

mto v. mi. ing the wicked + 109 19 (|TJ|). fig - restraint Is 23 10 (but text dubious). t[rTO] n.m. id. (of like orig.) : — only cstr. HSn DT^ 'o Jb 12* loosen the girdle of mighty; i.e. weaken them, make them defence- less, by ungirding. T'Sto v. 13t. TJ-ffrto n.[f.]pl. constellations, perhaps signs of the zodiac (prob. loan-word fr. As. manzaltu, mazaltu, station, abode (of gods} D1H 7 :M - ,<3 Jen*-**-; C f. NH rtbo[ id.; i>JD Aram. «)&, star of fortune or fate Ph.Djn tyo] CIS-.' (Vogue; bilingual inscr.j Qk. dya^ ri xv ); Syr. Jfc^Joi sorfw,,; PS 109 JJIao mansiones lunae, Lexx, PS 2332 - Ar H" " (loan-word ace. to Hoffm ZAWm - le83 .™, Suida. r*C°vf>»6=Cfio) ;_only 1e^ 2 K 23 s as obj. of worship ( + ?J,?,B^, [TV, an d rptfn Mjy^) © tow iut{ovpa>6 ; prob. = Tli"iJp Jb 3 8 32 . &to, [rr£to] v.^,. nafcT.oor. TiEto v. 1 nor. tniTto n.[f.]pl. prob. =n^jp q. v . supr. (on "I = t> v. W SGCT , yet also N6 ZMQ "• P» ») only

  • l?a 'O N^hq Jb 3 8 32 , where treated as

and perh. understood of some particular star or constellation. © iui£ov P <d6. mflp v. mr. 0"ntt? v. mr Pi. 1. [jnrc] v. 1. mr. pyp v. **, [n^], nb v. nno. t£Kr?D] vb. strike, only = clap (the hand) (Aram, form of II. nno q v ) •— Qal Impf- 3 mpl. only fig., f joy ' of ina ' nimate things before: ^ixno' nhn ^ o8 8. ^[,3, typ»«JB! «n^ isss'^-Pi-V. c,.^. 8 f «.' of exultation over foe T ^jnho ry £ z 2 J (II T;?^l). ' K#T», [Nino] v. ran. mirro, [rna^j v. n 3n . rinno v . nan. mama v . ij n . O o nm tl. TirtiS vb. wipe, wipe out (NH id.; Ar. LS*, efface, erase, cancel, obliterate; Aram. Knp (i), cf. Ph. nno 1 ? ace. to stroke = exactly Hoffm pb " ,MChr - Abb - cow - xx " 1 - Mm I889, 9 V Qal Pf.

ms. nno Nu $*+ 3 t.; 3 fs. nnnn Pr 3 o°° + 

4 t. Pf.; Impf r &. 2K21 13 ; np?l (Baer; var. n$3) Gn 7 s3 ; 1 s. sf. UnDK Ex 3 2 : ' 3 ; + 4 *• Impf.; /mft nnp ^ 51 3 "; sf. *$tO Ex 32 32 ; Inf. abs. nno Ex 17"; c«<r. n^noi* 2 K 14 s ; P<. nnb Is 43 25 ; fpl. ninb(J>) Pr 31 3 (Ges Fl No De Str for MT ninc&);— 1. wipe, the mouth Pr30 M ; tears from {bvo) the face Is 25 s ; written curse, into the water (D'D'PK) for drinking Nu 5 ra (P) ; Moses' name from the book (TDDD) of God Ex 32 s2 - 38 (J); -W WnW n s 3B-^y mm nno nnWn-ns nno" -wtej D^m T V T e ' - i : t t v v : • V . T

K 2 1 13 and I will wipe Jerusalem as one 

wipeth a dish, — lie doth wipe and turn it (but rd. prob. ^Bni nhp) upside down. 2. blot out = obliterate from the memory, E^DB'n nnno from under heaven e.g. the name Dtp 14 2 9 19 2 K14 27 ; the remembrance Ex 17 1414 (J), Dt 25"; the name for ever ^9°; transgressions (y^S; no more remembered by God against sinner) ^ 5 1 3 Is 43 K 44 s ; P? V' 5 * "• 3 - 6 ^ 0M< = exttr - minate, tfp"iT?3 all existing things Gn 7 s3 (J) and mankind, npnsn »JB ^>yp Gn 6 7 7 4 (J);

^D rfinb Pr3i 3 (with the text-change, v.

supr.) = destroyers of kings (i.e. impure women), but expression strange and dubious. Nipb. Pf. 3 mpl.inp? Ez6 6 ; Impf. nno? Dt25 6 Ju2i 17 ; ne^ioQ 13 ; 3fs. nOTl ^109"; + 4 t. Impf.;— 1. be wiped out D H >n "1DBD ^ 69 s '. 2. 6e Wo««Z out, V^J? of a name Dt25 6 ,a tribe Ju 2 1 17 ; name (|| posterity)^ 09' 3 ; from memory, of sinsNe 3 37 ty 109 14 ; reproach, Pr 6 M . 3. be exterminated, fWJW Gn f* ( J ) > of idolatrous works of Israel Ez 6 6 . Eiph. Impf. 2 ms. ncn Nei3 14 ; 'npn JeiS 23 (but tone suggests nori cf. Ges" 8 " 8 - 17 ; Gie reads Qal aud doubts Hiph. altogether); Inf. rfnp^i Pr 3 1 3 ( = ninpni) but see Qal 3) ;— blot out, from the memory ; pious acts Ne 13"; sins Je 1 8' a . fll. TinD vb. strike (Aram. «ntp (n), H» ; ace. to L Gei Vnt '- d - 8pr "" 6 Lag 8 ™-.'- * BN 142 No z»g m*. m «• weakened fr. <wao = ^ii-, Heb. J*np q.v., cf.Dr' 1 ™"-; As. mahA = crush, oppress, accl to D1 HWB596 );— / J / 3 ms. consec, nn»?

^nQ 

J1 tffjjht Nu 34" (P) awe? the border shall strike upon (reach unto) the shoulder of the sea of Chinnereth ( > Di al. der. fr. I. nno ru b along by, brush past, skirl). "hrra n.[m.] only in &% "no Ez 26" the stroke of his battering ram (cf. Vno(o) Ecclus 42 s smiting a deceitful servant, marg. "IDlo). III. nnn v. nb sub nno. nrftns v. aw. t t t : f[Tirrc] n.[m.] city (As. loan-word; fr. mahdzu, city, Asrb^"* 1 "" 116 and oft.; v. Dl HWB271 ; cf. X Winp market-place, province, ))"rr^ small town) — only cstr. tfnp-?K DfW DXSn ty 107 30 and he guided them unto the city of their desire. t , N^IT^ n.pr.m. great-grandson of Cain Gn 4 18 *= 5>K»;TO v 18b (J ; A@L in both M<u,X, E Uaovtr,; cf. further Lag 0r "' s5BN96 (Maioi;£a^X) Bu ur 8M .h. I*) _(Etym. dub. ; Thes Add - v perhaps smi«m o/J5; -/WW ; Bu UrBeKb - 128 Kerber EI «-"»* d.AT.91 ^«np, or VjJB £/ Tna/lei/t a««e/ DHM MV1 ° thinks of n. pr. div. btt— cf. Ph. n. pr. bysbtC, and CIS'- ,32 - 4:< »>' 163b ,= ^ bt? giveth life (against this Gray Prop - N - 164 )). O^TO v. sub 11. mn . 1. bino v. I. bw. ■fn. 7"int2 n.pr.m. father of Heman, etc., I K 5 11 , ® MaX, A MaouX, ® L MaaXa. DTinp v. 11. ??X p. 6 supr.; v. also '"y n P. njno, njnn, niN^no v. ntn. pfn^3 (•/of foil.; cf. Ar. 1* iv. be fat, also contain marrow). t[np] n.[m.] fatUng (Ph. no /a< (adj.); NH xn'D fig. of choice flour) ; — only pi. abs.: DWp flv'y ^ 66 15 6«rn< offerings of fatlings; so D"TO Is 5" (|| Dto) ace. to Hi Du Che Hpt (rd. ntann and del. D , "!j!) ; most, fat ones, fig. for rtcA men. tnfo n.m. marrow (NH tjte, Ar. i_i, Aram. " n ^°) )>— «^» all marrow, brain); — only cstr. n$l£ rrteyy nb Jb2i 24 fig. of prosperity. fill, nno vb. denom. only Pn. P<. D$C«p (Ges i7!iTB - ,3 ) in phr. 13 B^ Is 25 s fat pieces full of marrow. TTO v. II. nno. MTTP3 TNT^np n.pr.m. head of a family of re- turning exiles Ezr 2 s2 (@ MaovSa, © L M<«8u) = Ne7 M (@M«i8a). rmo v. rwt. TNTia v. ^ino. T : • •• T • ; T : til nO n.pr.f. l.adaugliterof Zelophehad Nu 26" 27 1 36" Jos 17 3 , ® Ma(a)X(a)a. 2. a Gileadite name (poss. m.) i Ch 7 18 © MacXa, © L MaaXafl. [n^nn], n^TO v. I. rbn. n^no v. 1. hn. [n^rro] v. I. M>n. t : t • : T^TpP n.pr.m. son of Elimelech and Naomi, first husband of Euth, Eu t¥ 4 910 , © Maaa>v. •(•1. vTO n.pr.m. 1. Levite, son of Merari Ex6 19 Nu 3 20 iCh6 4u 23 2121 2 4 26i!8 Ezr 8 18 (prob.), © MooXXfi. 2. son of ITushi, and grandson of Merari 1 Ch 6 32 23 s3 24 30 , © MooXd, MonX(X)i. ■(•11. ""^np adj. gent, of above; only cart, as coll. / Dn'Nu3 33 26 s8 . EFhnQ v - t^JO] sub J - H&n. [*^no], [ncW] v. ^n. rteSro v - ["$??] sub L r^ n - n. rnpbrm v.ii. p^n. np^ro v.i.pbn. 1. ri?no v. sub II. rhn. tn. DpnQ n.pr.f. 1. daughter of Ishmael Gn 2 8 9 , © Mat <6. 2 . granddaughter of David

Ch II 18 , © MoXXafl; © L Mcue8. 

rhhv v. n^no sub I. Sn. TVPhO adj. gent, only c. art. 't?ri the Meholathite, of 'Adriel 1 S 18", A tu MoovXa- 6fiTj) ; @L tvv MuoXXaiou ; of Barzillai 2S21 8 ; © to) Ma>ova6(i, ©L ToC Maa&t. +nNOnO n.f.pl. only (appar. cstr.) 1p5>n V3 'D f 5 s 22 , ace. to Ew De Hup=cMri-zi/fce (i.e. smooth, hypocritical) words, smooth are the butter-words of his mouth; but read prob. (TO*) VB (or nKDTO) DNOnD (l)p^n A^/ace ,-, smoother than curds (Vrss Ki Thes 01 Che Bae We). . TQTTQ [tbnQ, DrnWTO] v. non.

-xtq 

[^9™?] v - ^»n. ri^onio v. I. }>en n£H?i n _rT ^P. C]nn v. run. p^nn v. p:n . npno , npno v. nDn. DiDTO v. DDn. T1DTO v. nDn. rPDrra v. nDn. TFljiJ vb. smite through, wound se- verely, shatter (poet.) (As. mahdsu, smite, wound, D1 HWB398 ; Ar. ^jks* churn; beat or agitate the milk, etc.; Sab. fno DHM ZMGlM , «4; ixurll. 1883, 338; Burgen u. SchlOsser (SB. jcvli. 1881), 965 (of stone-cutter's work), Hom chrettom - I27 ; Eth.- oorfjR:) ;— Qal P/. 3 ms. -'o Jb 26" + 3 t.; nxqoi Jus 26 etc.; Im } ,f. }*nD> Jb 5 ' 8 ^68 M ; 1 s. sf. DSriDK ^ 18 39 ; 'JO a S 22™ -—smite through, sq. Wth, of Jael, Ju5 M (JjB&J, POD, H^O); of Isr., shattering enemies, 'ttj VSn Nu 24 s (obj.om.; ||D1^Qn < ntasy) c f.v 17 (obj.3K , ID 'JlKa); cf. ^ i8 39 = 2 S 2 2 39 ; of smiting through or shattering his foes, ^no', their heads v 6 68™ Hb 3 13 , loins Dt33 u ; cf. Jb 26 ,2 obj. ann q.v.; abs., Dt32 M (opp. KEfJ; ||cl. njrwn TVDX) cf. Jb 5 18 (opp. KB"), || cl. r^J VIQC). ' For J'DDn (DT3 -fin) + 68 s4 , rd. rOin ( 5 8»), 01 Br Che Bae' We. TyPHa n.[m.] severe wound; — only cstr. KBT frl3D fTfQ Is 30 26 of V 8 restoration of his people (iptsy -UB> Ebri). nsno v.avn. rnro, i fS TX i v. ram, t[pH^] vb. utterly destroy, annihilate (cf. GFM) (NH id., wipe or rub off, erase; Aram. pTO t'rf./ Ar. Ji* utterly destroy, an- nihilate) ;— onJy 3 fs. : ie>*h HjjnD J u 5 s6 ( || D^n , [ipnp] v. npn. nrtQ (-/of foil. ; be in front of, meet, cf. As. mahdru, D1 HWB40 ° come to meet, receive [cf. %p], and Id Prol - M ; Sab. ifo rec«we, etc., n. trf„ <oAm of favour, yift, n^m; DHM Z " G "™ IL , 408 "in?D 62 a.m., used oft. as adv., to-morrow, in time to eome (Aram. inD, jJL» ; prob. properly time in front, Kb" 263 , cf. V, and As. mahrujront, oft. of time, though alw. of former time, of old, T>l UWBm ):—l. to-morrow (the day following the present day), a. as subst. Ex 16 23 564 TO "ji BHp nac* finatJ> to-morrow is a sabbath, etc., i S 20 s "iHO BhH to-morrow is the new moon, v"; in nrtp D* tGn 30 s5 Pr 27 1 Is 56'"; in the idiom, phr. nnp njJ3 at the like of the time, (being) to-morrow, = about to-morrow (v. 3 la) tEx 9" 1 S 9 ' 6 20 12 1 K 19 2 20 6 2 K 7 118 io 6 ; and in ->np5> + Ex8 19 mn nxn n;n> nnpb, = /or, against, to-morrow, Ex 8 6 Nu n 18 Jos •j a Est 5". b. as a<fo. ace. Ex 8 26 9 6 nf?£ nnp mn "i:nn * io 4 nans nno K"3p *}Jrt, 17 9 32 s Nu i4» 1 S 1 i 9 etc, Jos 1 1 6 nsn njn inp 5 opp. to Di>n Ex 19 10 inpi Divi, Jos 22 18 2 S n 12 *; rhetorically, Is 22" ITOJ ITO *3. 2. = in •future time, Exi 3 M ibK.S inp ^32 *|W ""3 = Dt 6 20 , Jos 4 621 2 2 24 - 27 - 28 ; so nnp Bl'S Gn 30 33 . tn">n*2 n.f. the morrow (the day following a 'past day) — abs. 'a Gn 19" + , cstr. rOTO Lv 23 " + ;_<&, marrow, Nun" rnnpn D*> fcfj; mntSO z= on </j« morrow, so JTJllBD W*, Gn 1 g 3 * ExV8" 32 30 Nu 17* Ju 9 42 21 4 1 S11" 18 10 3 i»(= iCh io 8 ) 2K8 15 Je20 3 ; (10 , 3fM) D?f?l mnrSG, Ex 32" Ju 6 M 1 S 5 s4 ; Ex 9 6 VlX *" Wl '00 mn nann , Nu i f Jos 5 12 ; 2 S 1 1 12b : m.npp JiaB'n on tlia morrow of ( = a/ier) the sabbath, j/y 23 ii.i5.i6 ( npsn 'dd Nu 33 3 Jos 5 11 , nnnpp »jgfh [Di>a©] tshhn (MTfalsely rnrrep) 1 S20 27 ; of the morrow after a day specified in a law, Lv io 6 mrnsDi fctf oanai ova, 7 16 . Twice (late) with ?, Jon 4 7 rnnB? on, </j« morrow, 1 Ch 29 21 tnnn D ; ,»n rhjjpp.— I S 30 17 strangely Drnnpi> anyrrnjn. ffro "in ttgj from the dawn to the evening of their following day (We Bu Donnnb). •)• 1. "VnTD n.m. price, hire (as that which is placed in front of one, jrresented, offered; As. mahlru, price ; mahirdnu, buyer, Dl HWB4w ' Pro1 - » 4 );— 'o abs. Mi 3"+ 9 t.; cstr. Dt 23" + 2 t.; sf. irvn? Jb 28"; pi. sf. Dnn;no ^ 44 13 ;— . price, oft. n'npa for a price; in trade 2 S 2 4 24 1K10 28 2 Chi 16 ; cf. La 5 4 (H^M), also (no?) 1 K.2i 2 ai.d trmg rn.B> 'D Pr27 M ; of wisdom Jb 28" (||«|03 niJD) cf. Pr 17 16 (no 3); fig. 'D K^3* «195Trt?a Is'55 1 in purchase of blessings fr. ; of price of people, fig. jf 44 la ; cf. Je 15". 2. hire, 3^3 'O (i.e. of male prostitute) Dt 23" (||nr,t fjnK) v. Di Dr ; of venal priests Mi 3" (j| THE'^; = reward, gain, denied of Cyrus Is45 13 (11 **^)i affirmed of Aut. Epiph. Dn 1 i 39 . fll. "VHO n.pr.m. 1 Ch 4", © Ma(x)«p- "WO [n**nnc], fflMrra v. rw. [ n tp.t r ? . n ff fona] v. 1. ehn.

  • ]torra v. P|'e>n.

marro, rairno v. aeri. "?jtt?rra v. ^n. nno, none v. nnn. nfinp v. nnn. ni.rinn v. nnn. ap v. neo sub nti3. NC3«pD v. ndsb. nntpo v. nao. ntsOj rneo, ntan, ntao v. im iTitpQ v. nm. J0D (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. Ji^ s«rtA«, beat, extend by beating, shape iron into a helmet, Frey, J»ii^» iron, or a sword, beaten into a long shape, Lane 3021 ). tb^ipQ n.m. wrought-metal rod (Aram. (£) bcp);_ cstr. ^n? ^BD Jb 40 18 fig. of bones (Dn?1?) of hippopot. (|| nfm «g>9g VD5T5|). ^Ct5Q v. |CD. J^ v. VBJ. [D^B»], D^SWEJO v. ciyts. nnstpp v. nstj. ■nttft n.m. El 93S rain (As. metru, JA*™ 406 ; Ar.jL; Sab. (Min.) noo Horn Chre,,0,n - 127 ; Aram. KiBp, ji^io);— 'd Ex 9 s3 + 30 1.; cstr. 100 Dt 1 1" + 5 1.; pl.cstr. nntpp Jb 37 s ;— rain, aswateringearth,esp. Canaan, Dt 1 1 11 D'PE'n 'D; as blessing sent (vb. usu. jnj) and withheld by

Dt 1 1" (|| rrp, npbp); v 17 (here djktb 'p) ; 
12 1 K 8 XM 17 1 (|| 5>0), 18' 2 Ch 6 !627 '7 13 Jb 5 10 

(|| D^D), cf. 2S 26 3 6 27 V.147 8 (vb. ?"?P); so ip 'p Is 30 23 Zc io 1 (H^ip^P), v 1 t^-TCDj ipp D^3 Jb37 6 ,'M ninpp da>3v 6 (||3^); 38"^^^ ^ cpna ^ 135 7 Je io 13 = 5i 16 (||Q!P non); also in layi P3S ^"j* 'p ns jn; Dt 28 24 ; cf. Is 5 6 (where ace. cogn. withn'ODfl) ; wish of David 2 S i 21 (|| bo); V5H5 'O sim. of the unseasonable, Pr26 1 (HK^a Ijf); sent by extraord. supernat. power as sign Ex 9 33:l4 (J; loth || TJ3, rf^p) cf. 1 Sia w -*(Urt^>); sim. of refreshment Dt32 2 (|| te), Jb2 9 3 (vvbv), v^72 6 (ll D, ? ,3 1). cf. S23 4 ; as destructive Ps 28 s (^nb ipp); also fig.,is4'(||DlJ). lea

t["ltt»] vb. denom. (cf. Gerber Vwbdenom - m ) [rain] (Ar.jil ; Syr. 4*> J S Aph.ipON) ;— Nipb.. /m//. 5e rained upon 11?GPI nnK nj^pn Am 4 7 . Hiph. jyVBDn Gn 2 s 1 9 24 ; wppr/! Am 4 7 ; Impf.^r?: + 1 1' 6 Jb 20 23 ; ipp'1 Ex 9' + 2t; 3fs.l , BOn Am4 7 (butrd.^pt3«@gS); is. •VCBK Am 4 7 + v 7 (for TOCR), Ez 38 s2 ; /«/. erfr. "PB&n Is 5 « Jb 38 s6 ; Pt. TDCP Ga 7 4 4- 2 1. ;— sewrf rain, rain (sq. 75? exc. Ex 9 18 16 4 ); subj. * (nodir.obj.)Gn2 5 7 4 (bothJ),Am4 7 ",cf.Jb 3 8 56 ; subj. clouds D^y by divine command Is 5 6 (ace. cogn. "IBD); jp 'OH V78 24 ; y$ v 27 ; D$ Ex i6 4 (J; D^rrfp'; noSy); as act of judgment "P3 'DH rain hail, send hail, subj. Ex 9 s3 (J); cf.v 18 (J ; no i>J?); obj. Bfcj rriM Gn 19 24 (J), cf. Ez 38 s2 'ek nrjtti &$ e*agj>$ 'ja*) *)pie> doti; fig. V ii 6 (obj. b'n? ; but rd. e% '">pna v.Ew CheBae al.); Jb 20 23 (|| cl. iSK [fin 13 n&J). "H1Z2T3 adj. gent, only c. art. as subst. coll. 'Bn 1 S io 21, + v 21b © The We Klo Dr Kit Bu HPS. © Marrap.. NIlSO, mtStt v. -a:. -hESO v. TIB. TT * tt - •■:- HE] n.m. 28uu only pi. D^D waters, water (NH wt; Ml^fpjo; SI 5 B'DPI ; Aram. IPO, W.ti; As.mri,pl.m«, also»KJnMtDl BWB 394 ; Ar. "*U; Eth. "?£:, pi. «*7.Pt:; Sab. [l»], DID, pi. PO, Min. [HO], pi. JiTD DHM 6th0r - Con « r - (L.id.n) 11.1. 451 f. ( v _ on thes() forms Ba ZHQHU.1888. «>»));_tro (Dns) Gn i 2 + ; TO:pn Ex 7 15 8 16 ; cstr. , Gn 7 7 + 7 1 1. ; VV Ex V 4- 1 o t. + Qr 2 K i8 27 =Is 36 12 ; sf. VV Ho 2 7 + 1 S 25 11 (but rd.^ here 'J*! © Ew Th We Klo Dr Kit Bu); T>? , l?Ex23 25 +3t.; 1 , D"ONu2o 8 4-6t.; rwp JeVso 38 ; U'P'PLas 4 ; Drrp'OEx f>+4t.';— waters, water (c. adj. pi. Gn 26 19 Ex 15 10 Lv i4 5 - 6SO + oft., so alw. c. adj.; also c. pt. pi. Nu 5 h.i9.m 2 K 3 20 4-; c. pron. pi. Nu 20 13 27 14 2 K 2 21 + ; cf. sf. Jos 4 18 ; before pi. vb. Gn i 92021 7 17 + oft.;afterpl.vb.Jos3 13 Is28' 7 Pr9 17 Ez 3I 4 4-; rarely c. sg. vb.; before, Gn 9 15 Lv 1 1 34 Nu 20 2 24 7 33 14 2 K 3 9 ; after, Nu 19***);— 1. a. water, of a spring or well (W.^Kf) Gn 16 7 24 111313 - 43 Ex 15 2727 (J), Gn2i 1925 Nu'20" 21 16 (E), etc.; for drinking, also Am 4" 8" Jon 3* + oft.; out of rock Ex 1 7 6 (E), Nu 20 8 ' 810 " (P), Dt 8 15 etc; nyjP »D (.RSS.m.i.165; 2a««1.181 Nu 20 13.24 2 7' 4 (P), Dt 3 3 8 V'8i 8 io6 32 ; cf. Dt 32 51 Ez47 19 4 8 28 ; for washing (hands, feet, person) Gn 18 4 24 s2 43 s14 (J), 2 K 3", Ex 2 9 4 30 20 Lv 1 5 5 - 6 + (P); (victims) Lv i 9 - 13 S 21 (P); (vessels) Lv 6 21 1 a** (P); (gar- ments) Lv 15 17 Nu i9 8 (P); for cooking Ex 12 9 (P), cf. Is 64 1 Ez 2 4 s (symbol.) ; for purification

Nu 8 7 (risen "p), i 9 9 (jm

, c f. v i 3 ' 8 *>*'- 3 ' 31 (allP),Ez 3 6*(fig.). ,10 b. of a river, Nile Ex2 10 4" (J), Je2 18 etc.; Jordan Jos 3 s (D), v 1516 (JE), etc.; Euphrates Is8 7 (fig.), Je 2 18 ; Ezek.'sriverEz47 u ' 2 + ,etc; of streams, canals, etc., esp. as condition of fertility Dt 8 7 1 o' Is i 30 Pr 30 16 2 K 3 I7 + , etc. c. of sea Am 5 8 9 6 ; Red Sea EX15 81019 (song), i 4 2l - 22 - 28 + (P). Jos 2 10 (D), etc. d. of flood Gn 7 710 8 37 - 8 - 911 (J), 6 17 7«> 7 ' 8 ' 8 ' 9 8 s 9 11,S (P); so ni-p I s 54 9 - 9 waters of Noah. e. subterranean Ex 20 4 (E), Dt 4 19 5 8 , cf. Jb 26* yfr 136 6 . f. in clouds Je io 13 Jb 26 s ^ 29 s3 104 3 148 4 , etc. g. of rain Ju 5 4 2 S 2 1 10 Dt 1 1" yJA 65 10 Jb 5'° (IpBD), etc. h. of dew Ju 6 s8 . i. primaeval deep Gn i 26 (P). 2. c. nomm. pr. loc. (q. v.), to denote springs, streams, or seas belonging to, near, such places: D^fO "P'P Ex 7" 8 2 ; ranp "D (v. supr. la); Dinp "p Josh 57 ; &$Ti *V Jos 15 7 ; ninsi "p 15 9 is 15 ; Vrj; »p i6'V vi?p *b Jus 19 ; Btylfc % Isi5 6 Je 4 8 34 ; p»H *p Is 15 9 ; cf. nWri <p is 8"; frffln fima <p'p 2 Ch 32 30 ; cf. also n. pr. loc. D?P nisibp Jos n 8 13 6 . 3. special uses are: Dy?l *P water of the feet = urine 2 K i8 27 = IS36' 2 ; cf. ^p? rop*ip Is 25 10 Kt in water of a dunghill ( >Qr ^° 3 ) ; Yv? ^?9 water (which is) distress, because drunk in imprisonment 1 K 22 17 (|| J*np On?) = 2 Ch T8 26 ; ^B*-"P3 in snow-water Jb 9 30 Qr (Kt 1»3; Me Hoffm Siegfr ^3), 3^ W 2 4 19 ; D<Bhj5 D>0 tNus 17 holy water (cf. RS 8 "" 165 - 204 •"• 181 , "but text dubious, v. Di); D*"ipn 'p bitter water +Nu ^■'^■' i ; cf.Ex 1 5 2:, (En Dnp '3), opp. O^Pl! 'pl?0?l v 25 and the waters were sweetened; nspn 'p,' n^J p v. supr. 1 a ; C'D D^p living (i.e. running) water Lv i4 ifi, - >,!il Nu i9 17 , also (fig.) Zc 14 8 (cf. EZ47), and (fig.) Je 2 13 I7 13 . See also infr. (cf. Nu2i 1718 ; v. RS 8 nd ed. 13S, 176' '). 4. among fig. uses are : a. of distress Is 43 s + 66 12 (||»«), 69 s La 3"; usu. many waters 2 S 22 1 ' =^i8 17 , cf. Jb 22"^ 32 s 1 44 7 , or deep waters ^ 69 31S , cf. v 16 ; also tysi^p water of gall Je 8 14 9" 23 15 . b. D^P H? 2 S 5*°=: 1 Ch 14" of outbursting force. c. JiSf C s 1? Is 1 7 12 1S of rushing nations. d. of what is impetuous, violent, overwhelming Is28 217 Ho 1 o 7 J b 2 7 20 V' 1 2 4 4S 88 18 ; sim. of impetuous- ness D?P? ina Gn 49 4 . e. (as running away) of heart in timidity Jos 7*, cf. ^ 22 15 , of knees Ez7 l7 2i' 2 . f. of transitoriness Jb n 16 24 18 ^ 58 s . g. of refreshment Is 32 s 49 10 ; spiritual 1 2 3 . h. rrtrutp <p f 2 3 2 in fig. of rest and peace, cf. Je 3 1 9 . i. of reckless bloodshed (poured out nm na

  • Q
like water) ty 79 s ; cf. pouring away (and not eating) blood Dt 1 2 1624 1 S 23 . j . D«n D?0 1X3 Ct 4" fig. of bride ; ^JSQ IVP Pr 5 15 of enjoy- ment of one's own wife ; of harlotry D'OVa D^p Pr 9 17 stolen waters. k. of outpoured wrath of '< Ho 5 10 . 1. of abundant justice Am 5 24 . m. of outpoured feelings Jb 3 24 ; !©!> WSi "=BB> La 2".— Is 48 1 rd. prob. Vg&Q for MT •"#? , so Seeker Du Che *"* Skinner/cf. Di. tarij '•Q n.pr.m. an Edomite Gn36 39 (@ Mffooj3, ©L Ma<foo0) = I Ch I 50 (®L Maifna/3). tlip^^n V3 n.pr.loc. in Dan, near Joppa Jos 19 46 (reading dubious; © dn-o OaXda-a-r/s [i. e. D'D = DJO] Ifpa«a»-). O pron. interrog. who ? of persons, as HO (q.v.) of things (Eth. OH.; but only = What ? and How? As. ml, me (rare) Jager BAS - IL2n , the usu. Sem. form for Who ? has n, viz. As. mannu, manu(T>l avfBiV >), Eth. m>J.; maww, Aram, ^i, Arab. ^», vulg.-Arab. mire, win, from a form resembling which, by rejection of n, prob. Heb.
  • t? : W 801 * 1 ): — wAo? (m; ? wis ?) Gn 3 11 M?
^b Tan who told thee ? 24^ nf?r vrttn n? w /m> is this man ? 27 18 ya nnN D JfAo art thou, my son? Nu 22 9 Ju iH 2 ' 15 6 18" 20 18 2 S i 8 + oft.; Ru3 9 flX y who art thou (fem.)? IS51 12 ; of more than one, n?X *p who are these? Gn 33 s 48" Is 60 8 ; DDK '» 2K10"; once, more ex- plicitly, D^'nn •>»} n? Ex io 8 ; =as who? (i.e. in what condition, or capacity), Am 7 2 Dip* D Spy, v 6 Is 5 1 19 TOqjjj *? (but Vrss Che Lag Brd Du * W, as || "W '»), Ru 3 16 (Be Ke Kb 1 "- 388 ). Note in partic. : a. *p is rarely used of things, and usually where persons are understood or implied : Gn 33 s mn mnCiVba i? *-D who (or what) to thee is all this camp ? Dt 4' Ju 9 s8 'P 03^ who is Shechem (i.e. the Shechemites) ? Mi i'jItOP xbn abjr ye's' , p, v b Ct3 6 Ju i3 ]7 ^ <D (but no'Gn 32 s8 Ex 3 13 : with '0 cf. fP in Aram. Ezr 5* Gn Ex. II. cc. %; and see Ntt"" *"). On 1 S i8 18 , v. II. "0. b. in the gen., JjlN "P*n3 «)Ao*e daughter art thou ? Gn 24 KU7 'i S /2" J 17" Je 4 4 28 Jb 26 4 33 M ; after various preps., as P TiDK 1 S 24 1515 ; , P~7&? 1 S 6 20 2 K 9 s + ; n?3 by wAom ? 1 1 K 20", t?^ to whom? whose? Gn32 18 nfiSCpb, 38 25 Pr2o M (6t.) + ; nap tEz 3 2 19 ^27'-'; ^ 2 K i8 M 19" Is57 4 + ; 'P'nK (so alw. in ace.), 1 S 12 33 28 11 Is 6* ; =with whom ? Jb 1 2 s . c. in an indirect qu., as Gn 21 26 43 s2 DB> *B Vfiflfi t6 we do not know who put, etc., Dt 21 1 j/ 39" Jos 24 15 !F}p8n 'OTIS . . .nna choose whom ye will serve, after HN1 1 S 14 17 , bi<E> 17 56 , Tan 1K1", Jjnin v 27 . d. '3 <» Wio among ...? S 22 14 Is 36 20 ; 43 9 48 14 (ona); 42 s3 50 10 Hg 2 3 (allD33); ]W<awhoof. . .? Ju 21 8 2 K 6" Is 50'. e. strengthened and emph. forms of interrog.: (a) nt s » (v. HT 4 b), Kin ■>» (v. KV1 4 b j3), ^D nr (Wl +V 2 4 10 Je 30 21 Est 7 5 (v. t '6ti.); (6) *?
  • in« w / ta < «')ij/« one . . . ? Ju 21 8 , cf. 2 S 7 23
(= 1 Ch 17 21 ). f. various rhetorical uses (oft. repeated in || cl., as }r 15 1 18 32 Is 28" 29 15 ): — (a) sq. impf. it expresses a wish (the question implying a desire that the person asked for were present), 2 S 15 4 MW 1W '» who will set me judge 1 i.e. would that some one would make me judge ! 23 15 DJD "3g^ "15=0 that one would give me to drink, etc. ! cf. Nu 1 1 418 Mai i 10 ^4' 6o" 94 16 Is 42 s3 , and very oft. in the phr. JPI? ~"Q who will give ? i.e. would that tlwre were . . . ! as Nu 1 1 29 DW3J '•> DJ? ^3 JJT 1 'DI = and would that all 's people were prophets ! Dt 28 67 my jTV ^0= would it were even ! Ju 9 s9 + (v. [03). (6) it expresses contempt (who ? implying the answer no one at all), Ex 5 2 '* 'O ^1p3 VOB'K ItW wAo is that I should listen to his voice 1 Ju ^WjaJS ^3 D3^ *& ^yO"^ : »?, v 38 1 S 1 7 56 w/*o is this Phil, that he should have reproached, etc.] 25 18 ♦Jf* }3 *D1 nn »D, Is 28 9 Jb 26 4 Pr 30 9 'i 'dj or modesty (real or assumed), Ex 3 11 ninr^f ^ *i *?^j ^», 1 s 18 18 •sin* «  w n Cl who am I, and who is my clan( , ?D) | that I should be the king's son-in-law? 2S7 18 iCh29 14 Ch 2 s ; or surprise, Is 44 10 49*'. (c) in im- passioned prose, and esp.in poetry, implying the answer few or none, it is equiv. to a rhetorical negative, Dt 9 2 PJJ| "P/JD? 2!HT S? wAo can stand, etc.? 30 12 HDVpB'n Vtpfy '•O, v 13 I S 4 8 '31 VJT. »9, 6 20 22 14 26 915 2 S16 10 ; 1»K"D»Ao shall (or can) say ? Jb 9" Pr 20 9 Ec 8 4 ; with the perfect (of experience), who lias ever . . . ? Nu 23 10 Dt 5 s3 Is 36 20 66 8 - 8 Je 18 13 n^X| VDV «?, 23 18 (MT), 30 21 Jb 4 7 9 4 D^?l V)k nVpn 'O^i 3 Pr 30 4 La 3 s7 ; poet., very oft., as Gn 49" « , 3731 WD'p^ ip who can rouse him up? (i.e. no one), Ex is 11 - 11 f»? »9 (so f 35 10 al.), Nu 2 4 923 1 S 2 2S lb bbsn' S D w/to shall intercede for him ? (i. e. no one), Is I 12 io 8 4 o 1314 - 18 4i 26 42" 43 9 48" 50 1 53 1 IJnyjrB'b J'OKn »p (i.e. few or none), etc.; f 18 32 " HV^ap 'rl'ibs n*>, 76 s 89 7 130 3 Jb 21 31 •>» I w Je i f Jo 2 U Mai 3 2 ; . . . tb 'D Am 3 8 Je io 7 Jb I2» (cf. 25 3 Na3 19 ); ('133^) »y^ *p «,-/«> shall (can) turn it back? t Jb 9 12 1 i 19 23™ Is 14 27 43 13 Je 2"; implying the answer, no one but God, Is 40 12 41 2 Jb 3 8 5 - 6s5 , etc.; defiantly, Is 50 9 W?$ W "D, Je 2 1 13 4 9 4 <JB Kin; •>», v '» Ob 3 f 1 2 s »J fViK n?, 5^ 6 4 fi Jb 9 19 esp'ob dni TT?* *9, 13 19 *W a T, ■*" 1? toAo is' he' that will contend with me ? 1.7 s 4 1». Notice in ex- amples of this kind the freq. order of words : Pr 20 6 NXD' »B D'HDK B*W, 2 4 22 »D DrW TBI W, 3 1 10 Na i 8 TB^ "D lDjtt »JB^, ^ 147 17 v) B l> nor ^d in-j'p, jb 4 2 5»» »p piupa Tsyi, 2 6 14 3 8 37 s 41 56 f 6 6 I^TT^N? W?, i 9 13 ;'and with the nom. pendens, Je 2 24 fl33<B* , » WOtjn, Pr 18 14 Jb 1 7 15 nfye* ip 'nipni, 3 8 M ft£ ^p *d'?pb> "to, (d) jy> np who knoweth ? (f 90 11 Pr 24 s2 ), sq. a verbal clause, becomes (cf. nescio an) = it may be, perchance, 1 2 S 1 2 s2 "> ♦JJJ} ynV ip (Qr ♦Jjm), Jo 2" (=Jon 3 9 ) BTB1 3»* JCW "D, Est 4 14 >D DN JHV. (e) especially in poetry, a question with ■>», to which the answer follows, is an effec- tive mode of affirming a fact, or introducing a description: ^i"5 u {see v 2 " 5 ), 24 3fu0 Is23 8 J>JP 'D '31 DNT (v 9 the answ., WXV 'S "), 33" ( see v 15f ), 37 23 4 i"6o 8 6 3 1 Je46 7 C T t3 6 , cf. 6 10 8 3 ; answered by *6q Ex 4 » L542 24 45 21 Mi i 5 - 5 . g. <D may sometimes be rendered whosoever, though, as the examples will shew, it does not really mean it : Ex 24" Orriw tfi; Dnn bv2 "D, lit. Who hath a cause ? let him draw nigh unto them, i.e. whoso hath a cause, let him, etc., Is 5o 8b
  • btt b$ <ps^p i'y? n?, 54 i 5 j n f ±h nini nt «p
'31 who is fearful and trembling? let him return Pr 9 4 ' 6 ran id; »^ng f Ezr I 3 (cf. with 1 in apod. Je 9 11 Ho i4 10 '^ 107 43 ; Zc 4 10 is dubious, on account of anom. tense and construct.) ; so with . . . -vx E^xn i» Dt 20 5 " Ju io 18 , cf. V'25 12 . With 1 ps. in apod., Ex 32 s3 X>K »» Tftflp vnm $ Npn, j e49 i 9 (= 5 o 44 ) -urcnpi ^pS? n yN anti who is chosen ? I will appoint him over her! Is so 8 "; with an imv. in the apod. Ex 3 2 24 (against accents; v. Ea) 3nr *cb Ipnsnn who hath gold? break it off you 1 Gn 19 12 1 S 11 12 , cf. +34 13 '-; without a verb, Ex 3 2 M '!?« *b ^d who is on J.'s side? (let him come) to me ! so 2 S 20" (lew id); Ec 5 9 9 4 (-vtt id). h. once, following a verb (cf. np 3), any one, 2 S 18 12 d£b»3Q 1$?33 nrriptf Have a care, whosoever ye be, of, etc. (but ©SaSBu^; cf. v 5 ). Namo
  • ^?? , 9 n.pr.m. Michael, ® Mm^X,
Mi^X (IFAo is like God? cf. VVS'p, an d As. proper names, as Mannu-ki-Rammdn, ' Who is like Eamman 1 ' Mannu-ki-ilu-rabu, ' Who is like the great God ? ' Dl rr °'-2>°: hwb«». g c jj r COT<78 ; cf. Cook Ar * mGI »»' 4 ) : _l. Nu 13" (P). 2. iCh5 13 . 3. 5 14 . 4. 6 25 . S. 7 1 . 6. 8 16 . 7. 12 21 . 8. 2 7' 8 . 9. 2CI121 2 . 10. Ezr 8 8 . 11. the ' prince,' or patron-angel, of Israel, Dn io 13 - 21 12' (cf. Jude 9 Eev 12 7 ; Levy HBWBI "- ll »). tWyO n.pr. (Who is like Yah? cf. '??? , »?) : — 1. m. a prince under Jehosh. 2 Ch if. 2. f. 2 Ch 13 2 f. 1. for nygp 2 h, q. v. Of this name, the following are abbreviated, or softened, forms — T^Tya n.pr.m. (so on an Isr. scarab, Ganneau" 81883 ^*- 42 )— 1. an Ephraimite, Ju 1 7 1 - 4 (in 1 f«- 1 8 2ff - called n^p). 2. a prophet, the son of Imlah (© Mft X alas), 1 K 2 2 8 - 26 (9 t ) ||2Chi8 7 - 25 ( 7 t.)+v 8 Qr(Ktin3'D). 3. aeon- temp, of Jer., Je 36 11 (W3?), v 13 . tjTS^ES ix.pr.in. 1. the canon, prophet, Micah, Je26 ,8 Kt(Qrn^p j asMii 1 ). 2. Ne 1 2 35 (called N3'p, 1 1 »•»)_ 3. Ne x 2 4i_ 4. 3 K 22 12 (|| 2Ch 3 4 M n3'D). t nr^n n.pr.m. 1. Micha, the Ephraimite (© ftfexofat), Ju i7 5 - 8 - 9 '» 1212 -i 3 i8 2ff - (i2t.), called STO^ lyw 2. the prophet Micah (® M«- Xa(as), Mi I* (Je 26 18 Kt '"I;?'*?). 3. I Ch 5 4. son of Meribbaal (Mephibosheth) 8 s4 '■ (ffi M< X m), 9 40f - (® M€ IX Lv io 4 (P). 2. one of Daniel's companions Dn i 6 " 1119 + 2 17 (Aram.), elsewhere in c. 2-3 called ^'D (i 7 ). 3. Ne 8 4 . tNl-pq n.pr.loo. city in Moab (MP rmnb)— Nu 21 30 Is 15 2 ; Jcs 13 916 assigned to tre T» Reuben (@ &iu&a&av, Maibada, @L MfSa/3a); i Ch 1 9 7 meeting-place of Ammonites (® M<u- a&a, A@L MrjSa^a). TTO v. II. -it. JTPQ Kt Ru 2 1 v. ynio sub jn C'JTE v. no sub nno. [2B"C] v. 3B». sms, nana, n^n, ^rT^n v. '». T • ' T • ' tt . : lT . ^WE v. *». •* T • t [S^Q] n.[m.] brook, stream (?) (dubious word, cf. Dr •* loc HPS), cstr. Dnsn ^J*p 2 S 1 7 20 . t^D'E) n.pr.f. (ace. to Ol* 277 '-, contr.from ^? , °) : — younger daughter of Saul, wife of David (@ M f X, V oX), 1 S 14 49 iS 20 - 27 - 28 I9 «i2is.i7.i7 25 « 2 S 3"" 6 I6 = 1 Ch 15 29 , 2 S 6 "•*"*; also 2 1 8 (@ M.^oX), but err. for 2n» (®L M^o/3). Q^O v. 'P. tp*o, j-n^s, jgjao, paj^a n. P r.m. . priestly name : a. JOJD assigned to David's time, 1 Ch 24'. b. Neh.'s time Ne io 8 = (VJO 12 "•". c. |BJ» assigned to Hezekiah's time 2 Ch 3 1 15 . d. pOno went up with Zerub. Ne 1 2 5 . 2. one of those who took strange wives Ezrio 25 .— © Bfwa/wiv and (esp. A@L) Uia/uir. P?3, ]10 (-/of foil; dubious; Fl in Levy irawBoi.™ comp Ar -(_; ^ med ^ splu the earth (in ploughing), cf. Dr DtM - u ). t[pp] n.[m.] kind, species (NH id. (Ecclus43 25 id.), also schismatic, heretic; Jewish- Aram, tun?, species, so Syr. (Edessa) )i-_v» ; Palest. Syr. = nation PS 2094 Schwally Id,otlcon6 °; yet not Aram. loan-wd.inHeb.; v.Lag BN183f ); alw. sf. + prep. VUn?f> Gn i ,212 + 2 t.; fon?? Gn 1" (6m. @) + 3 t.; Mn?!» Gn i 24 - 24 + 9 t.; f^Tf) Ez 47 ,0 (del.Co); Dnrpb'Gni 21 ;— kind, species, of plant Gn 1 »•"•»; usu. of animal (beast, bird, fish, insect) Gn !»•»«*•*• ^20.20.20 *u.umm. Lv x giuuuuuuuui (all p); a , s0 Dt |4 ».mj,.m (cf. Lv) Ez 47 10 (on text, cf. Co). t n^Qri n.f. likeness, form; — 'n Ex 20 4 + 1.; cstr. iwen (rupri) Dt 4" + 3 1. ; sf. frown V' 1 7 1& >" — Ukeness, representation (|| i>DB) Ex 20 4 = Dt 5 8 , cf. 4 162325 ; form, semblance of * Nu 2 8 f 1 7", cf. Dt 4" (vid. Dr), v 15 ; of nocturnal apparition Jb 4 16 . JlprQ v. pr Hipli. fD^Q v. p|MO] sub 13D. jw-o. nrwa, nro-ra v. m. t [ Y YJ] ( v of foil. = press, squeeze, cf. NH id., />ress, suc&/ Ar. iJ^VS (med. 1) is wash gently, rub with the hand). Typ n.m. squeezer, i.e. extortioner, op- pressor, only J*t3n Is 1 6 4 . TV^U n.m. squeezing, pressing, wring- ing (3 1.) on tosfr c)N-'c^ nttpn toxii zbn pp jan N'XV Q$tf TM Pr 3 o 33 «Ae squeezing of milk produceth curd (v. Thomson L * nd a ° dBook ' c,,n,r - p * 1 - 456 Rob"" 485 ' "- 418 ), ar^ <Ae squeezing of the nose produceth blood, and (so) the squeezing of anger (i. e. pressure, insistence) produceth strife. crp v. bHo. TMaJ^Q n.pr.m. of Benjamite in Moab Ch 8 9 . © Micro ; A Macro. Vnc^Q v. no. •* T * -I'lttrn, h^n], Dnaha v. n«K t"qtij*»r2 n.pr.m. (ace. toDl BMr - I * D - II for.M- sha-aku ' who is what Aku (the moon-god) is?' cf. -'&???, p. 567); — the new (Bab.) name given to Mishael, Dn i 7 ( + Aram. 2 49 and c. 3). jrcro, yttfas v. jn^. ["are] v. in'. niton v. ate. *V^aaO v. I. naa Hiph. fcwnan, naao v. pa. -oao, -aao v. n. naa. TOO v. roa. mao v. ma. pao, ntfao v. pa. [rniao, rnac] v. n. n«. t "-aa n.pr.m. a Gadite Nu 1 3 15 . © Ha(«) X i, TMJ/j] vb. be low, humiliated (Aram. 1?D, ^ao; Ar. eL» is suck entirely out, diminish, consume) — Qal Impf. O0J1 ^ 106 43 of perverse Isr. Niph. Jm^/". ^ Ec 1 o 18 sink (in decay) of house-timbers. Hopb. Pf. QMJ] Jb 24 s4 6e brouyM low, of wicked. x. Jlb?V v. *b. ii. [n^3*2] v. rta. %Dp; feb©, t^ao] v. '&>. nVisn v. ^n. tjos?], "•aoso v. pa. onrra, toons v. DM. T 1 • " T : • v. III. 103. J1.TTO3E v. nos. T : : • T' , 2'123Q n.pr.m. one of those who had taken strange wives Ezr io 40 (G ra yB«p«»-Tim«», F.b.i 8 9 9 , P .233 prop < a yy ao — possession of Nebo); hi NTO ® Ma^aSra/3ou, A Ma^va8aa/3ou ; @L Na&ajiov tn:bD n.pr.loc. in Judah Ne II s8 . @L T Ma W . — npo = njtap v . ;i3. [wro], "VS3Q v. dm. Drn, [nrao] v. dds. ITEM?, nopn v. Lmso. rrbsso v. 5*3. t *• ; — "HDO vb. seU (NH id.; Ph. 130; Zinj. rODjprtce, DHM s " nd " h - m ; Aram, iiao, T3D marry (i. e. 6«y as a wife); cf. As. makkHru, namkur(r)u, nakkuru, possession, property, Dl BWB408 );— Qal Pf. 'd Lv27 20 +2t.; sf. Vi30 Ex2i 37 +2t.; i s. fHSD Is5o'+2t., etc.; Impf.^W Ex 2 1 7 + , etc.; Imv. TTOQ Gn 25 31 ; fs. , '13I?2K4 7 ; /w/. a6s.130Dti4 2l 2i H ; cstr. itDNe io 32 ; sf. Fn3D Ex 21 8 ; ffja? Am 2 6 Ne"i 3 15 (cf. Ba 1 ™ 104 ); Pt. "Ob (T3to) LV25 16 + 3 1. ; f. Ti3b Na 3*, etc.; — ae/ 7 . (c. 3 pret. Am 2 6 Jo 4 3 + 44 ,s ) sq. ace. e. g. land Gn'47 2022 (J), Lv25 u (ace. cogn.), v 25 (H; sq. injrwo) c f. Ez 48 14 (sq. JO partit.), Lv 25 15 (no obj. expr.), so v 27 ; 27 20 (H), Ru 4 3 ; house Lv25 29 (H); beast Ex 2i 3537 (E); flesh Dt 14 21 (no obj.); crop Lv 25 16 (H); food Ne io 32 i3 1516 , cf. v 20 (sq. ">=»>?); oil 2 K 4 7 ; linen Pr 31 24 ; birthright Gn 25 3 '- 33 (J); most oft. human beings, e. g. as slaves Gn 37 27 - 2 *- 3 « 45 « (all JE), Ex 21 16 (E), Dt 2i 14 - 14 2 4 7 , cf. Am2« Nes 8 Zen 5 J04 3 " 788 ; esp. daughters Ex2i 78 (E); in marriage Gn 3 i 15 (E^; Pt. = seller Is 24 s Ez 7 12 ' 3 ; fig., obj. truth Pr 23 s3 ; of Nineveh, selling nations 0^13 Na3 4 ; esp. selling his people (to enemies i.e. giving it entirely into their power: Dt32 M ^44 13 Is 50 1 , also (T3 13) Ju 2 14 3 8 4 2 io 7 1 S 12'; cf. JU4 9 (Sisera to woman); also Ez 30 12 (del. Co alter B al.) Niph. Pf. -I2JM Lv 5 4S + 5 1., etc. ; Imp/. T3f! Lv 2 5 s4 + 3 t., etc. ; Inf. n3Sn Lv 25 s0 ; Pt. pi. OniCi Ne 5 8 ;— be sold, of land Lv 25 a - 3 '; beast Lv 27"; cf. v 28 (all P); of human beings as slaves Ex 2 2 2 for (3) theft (E), Lv 25 42 (P), f 105 17 Est 7 4 ; sell oneself Lv 25 394749M (PH), Dt 15 12 Je 34 14 Ne 5 88 ; fig. of Isr., sold by ' Is 50 1 for (3) their sins, 52 s ; cf. Est 7 4 = given over to death. Hitlip. Pf l?prin 1 K 2 1 25 ; DR-I3pnni consec. Dt 2$*; ryVfH '2K17"; Inf^iorin 1K21 20 ; sell oneself us slave Dt 28 68 ; fig. 1 K21 2025 2 K 17 17 , all sq.JHH nVB>vi>. t">30 n.m. Pr31 ' 10 merchandise, value; — 'O abs. Ne 13 16 ; rTlfSQ Pr 3 i 10 ; BTJS? Nu2o"; prob.also VJ200 (rd.' VJ3B9) Dt 1 8 8 ', v. Di Dr ;— 1. merchandise Ne i3 16 ; value, price, of water Nu 20" (JE), cf. Dt 18 8 (v. supr.); of capable woman Pr 3 1 10 . V59 n -P r - m - ® M °X»P (Sab. nso Hal 4 ). 1. eldest son of Manasseh ; — Gn 50 23 Nu 26 29 - 29 27 1 32 3940 36 1 Dt 3 15 J0S13 3131 17 , cf. 1 Ch i 21 - 23 7»^"'> 7 ; v . also Ju 5 14 (poet.) where = Manasseh. 2. son of 'Ammiel 2 S o, 45 1 7 27 . t ,| 'V30 adj. gent, only c. art. 'En as subst. coll. tlie Machiriles Nu 26 19 . Ti")pQ n.pr.m. a Benjamite iCho 8 . © Ma^f ip ; A Metope ; © L Mof^eipi. tlSpQ n.m. 1 " 26 - 28 sale, ware;— abs. 'D Lv 25"+ 2 t.; cstr."?0'?Lv25 25:B ; VlSDO Lv 25 17 + 3 1. ; pi. sf. VJ3DD Dt 1 8 8 (but v. sub TJD) ;— sale LV25 2729 ' 50 ; thing sold Lv25 14 (acc. cogn.), v ».ffl Ez y« JJg j 3 ». n , ? n?)? p Ly 25 33 ^ Hex> only PH). On Dt 18 8 v. 13D. trrjpp n.f. oale; — cstr. TrvzUD ^f] WLv2 5 42 (H). [T3D] v. nsj. [rnac] v. i. rro. [rn?^], [n^ba] v. u.to. t^n"1pp adj. gent. iChii 36 . © Mo^op, © L 6 Me tofxi8i. hw??, ^Wap, rtSttteo v. ^3. v. 3D3 [nna?] v. nro. □npp v. 11. una. ttfrpn v. b^o, ^79„ vb>be ftU1 ' flu ( NH irf - ( Pi - trans.); Zinj. V^O (Pi. trans.) DHM s «" dKh - «°; As. »naZ«2 2 5 24 29* " (JE); LvS*™- Nu6 5 (P); iSiS^zS? 12 ; Je 2 5 12 29'° La 4 18 Ez 5 2 1 Ch 17" Est i 6 2 12 Dn 10'; cf. also with other subj. (lit.) Je 25 s4 Is 40*. 2. trans. Jill, of populating sea and earth Gn I 22 - 28 9 1 (all P); consecrate TVfffb D3T IKpD; (lit. fill the hand) EX32 29 (cf. infr.); esp. of glory of '♦ filling tabern. and temple ; Ex 40 34 * (P) 1 K 8 1011 , cf. Is 6'; v. also Je23 M , esp. lit. Ez io 3 43 s 44 4 2Ch5 u 7 12 ; sq. 2 ace. Jill jars (with) water K 18 34 ; abg. overflow Vninj-^-Sjj 'D Jos 3 16 (cf. 1 Ch 1 2 lf ' Pi.); fig. Jill land with sin Je 1 6 18 , cf. i 9 4 Ez8 17 28", cf. 30"; ?3"rne>j£ isf> is6p Est 7 s (cf. Ec 8" supr.) ; D'P^n li6p Je 51" meaning obscure, v. [tt?B*] ; Gie prop. 't5>n to"ip tWiph.. P/. -kS»3 Ct 5 2 ; Impf ^ 2 S 23 7 +9t-; N .^ 1 -Ex7 25 '+5t.; ^B:Pr3 ,0 +2t.;
  • £$ Pr 2 4 4 ; 'WpP? Ez 3 2 6 ;— 1. be filled, usu.
c. ace. mat. (c. ?p of source Ec i 8 , cf. Ez 32°; c. p Hb 2 14 ) ; land, with people Ex i 7 ; cf. 2 K 3 1720 Is2 778 ; house with smoke Is6 4 , cf. Ez io 4 ; v. also Pr3 10 24 4 Je i3 12 ' 2 Zc 8 6 Ct5 J Ec 11 5 K io 21 Ez 32 s ; = be armed 2 S 23 7 (lit. be Vbn 570 (trans, and intrans.) D1 BWB4 *; Ar. iU (trans.) jL», Jl* (intrans.); Eth. cn>2vA: (trans, and intrans.); Aram. JLao (trans.), top (intrans. and trans.), Palm. n.pr. vkn = plenitude, Vog Palm 7.2^.. gilb _ N t, D 0s „ Levy . 0g Z«Gxl,.l 8 65.21H: DrlM"" 3 "*- 18 ***) ;-Qal 93 P/. 'o Ex 4 o 34 + ; sf. iN?D Est 7 s ; nsSo Jb 3 6' 7 ; ^K.^D Mi 3 8 Je "; V^P Jb 3 2 ,8 ; ! *6pGn29 21 4-; ^O Ez 28 16 (mho @ *£ Gn 5o s + 2 t.; *J^1 Gn 2 5 24 50 3 ; Imv. 1«p? Gn I 22 + 5 1.; 7w/. csir. n^p (nu6p) Lv S 33 ^- 12 t.; Pt. K^D J e 2 3 24 ; D'J^D Is 6 1 ; (cf. also sub K.bo adj.);— 1. bejull, usu. c. ace. material : a. lit., subj. houses Ex 8' 7 io e (bothJ)Jui6 27 Isi 3 2l 2Ch5 13 ,cf.Ezio 4 (del. Co); winepress J04 13 ; threshing-floor Jo 2 24 ; vessel 2K4 6 Jb2i 24 , etc.; Jb 20 22 niX^O ( c f. N?P), i. e. fulness, abundance, b. fig., earth full of violence Gn 6 13 , cf. Lv 19 29 (both P), Mi 6' 2 Is i 15 Je 23'° 51 6 V. 26 10 Ez 7 23 - 23 Ec 9 3 , etc.; earth full of glory, mercy, goodness, knowledge, of' ^33 5 1 1 9 s4 Is 1 i'Hb3 3 ; cf.also^ 4 8 n i04 24 , etc.; subj. PS? = desire be satisfied (full) c. sf. Ex 15 9 ; '» Vf) n Jb 36 17 and of judgment on the wicked art thou full (hast thou thy fill), cf. Di Du; JH nit??) 3> K>0 Ec 8"; esp. of days, years, be full, accomjilislied, ended, Gn W712 filled or fill himself, i.e. his hand, with weapon, cf. Pi. 2) ; be satisfied, subj. tyaj = appetite Ec 6 7 ; subj. fttc Ec I 8 ; fig. earth filled with violence (cf. Qal) Gn 6", cf. Ez 9 9 23 s3 ; with glory and knowledge of *» Nu 14 21 Hb 2 14 ^ 72"; v. also 1 K 7 14 ^7 1 8 1 26 s Est 3 5 5 » Pr 20 17 ; abs. Ez 26 s (but Co sub K.S? adj., so © S) 27 s5 . 2. be accomplished, ended, subj. days Ex 7 25 ; of an exchange, requital, Jb i5 32 . Pi. 112 Pf K>D Ex 35* + ; NpO Je 5 i M ; n*?? Dt6" + ;^Kp» Nu 3 2 ll +, etc.; Impf. N.b; Lv 8*>+; n^JJ Jb8 21 ; WpP|l Gn 4 2 26 Ex 39 10 ; ,x j>°; Ez 7 19 , etc.; /«». Mfe Gn 29"+ 5 1.; WpP Je 4 5 Ez 9 7 ; 7m/ c««r. N.k) Ex 29 s9 + 5 t.; niXpD (nk-) Ex 3i 5 + 5 t.; sf. DNs>p Je 33 s ; 7Y RJPP Jei 3 13 iChi2 16 ; pi. D^pp Is 65 11 + 2 t.;— l.fill (oft. c. 2 ace; lit., c. 3 2 K 9 24 Ezr 9 " Jb 4 o 31 ; c. fP Je 51 s4 ^ 127 6 ) :' Gn 21 19 24" 26 15 4 2 25 44 1 Ex 2 16 Dt 6" Jos 9 13 1 K i8 3S 20 27 2K3 26 23" IS23 2 Jb3 15 22 18 Je 4 i 9 Ez 3 3 7" 9 7 io 2 24 4 Na 2 13 Hg 2 7 f 129 7 2 Ch 16 14 , etc. (indef. subj.); fill (cup) tgft& rfWn/i; for libation Is 65"; fig. fill with spirit Ex 28 3 31 3 35 31 cf.v 35 ,-fio7 9 Is33 5 Jei5 17 ; fill (with blood) 2K21"; with abominations Ezr9 n (c. 3). 2. special uses are : satisfy appetite Jb 38 s9 ^ 1 7 14 Pre 30 Jbzo 23 Jesi 14 (fig.); take a handful of IP 133 'D Lv 9 ' 7 ; grasp 3 «,T 'D 2 K 9 24 , cf. (of laying arrow on bow) fig. D!!?N3 J-ffen 'D Zc 9 13 ; overflow Vtftififfy N.k>D 1 Ch 12" (cf. Jos 3 1S Qal); give in full >$$ »»?S« I S 18 27 (rd. DSpp;i A@L 58 We Dr Kit Bu); 'B T N^p fig. for institute to a priestly office, consecrate Ex 2 8 41 2 9 9 -s>-33.35 Lv 8 13 1 6 32 2 1 10 Nu 3 3 Ju 1 7 512 1 K 13 33 Ez 43 26 (altar), 1 Ch 29 s 2 Ch i 3 9 29 31 (cf. As. umaMw katu, confer upon, D1 HWB409 ); ^ns 'O wholly follow * Nu 14 24 32 1112 Dt i 36 Jos i4 8 -'-" K 1 1 6 ; _/i/Z iw, i. e. set precious stones Ex 28 17 (m n ^ D i 3 "O) cf. 31 6 35 s3 39 10 (all P); etc. 3. fulfil, accomplish, complete, obj. week, year, day, Gn 2 9 2728 Ex 2 f> Is 65 20 Jb 39 2 2 Ch 3 6 21 Ln 9 2 ; obj. word, promise, etc.; subj. '< 1 K 8 1524 Ch 6 415 V' 20 5 - 6 ; subj. men 1 K 2 s7 Je 44 2S 2 Ch 36 21 . 4. confirm words 1K1". tPu. Pt. filled, i.e. se< with jewels WcWsD B»fh«B Ct s 14 . tHithp. 7«ip/. px^ipn: ^V Jb i6 10 , mass tltemselves against me ; peril, denom. fr. K>"0 2. t«TO adj. fuU;— 'o Gn23 9 +i5t.; cstr. N .^? Je 6"; f. ns^p Nu 7"+ 20 1.; cstr. Vl^o Is i 21 cf. Ges* 90 - 8 ; pi. D'N^O Nu 7 13 + i8t.; abv nbn f. niK.bo (Jilt-) Gn 4 1 7 + 4 t.;—full, abs. of ears of corn Gn 41 722 ; of value, price, Gn 23' 1 C'h 2I 22.m. f -wind ( = strong) Je4 12 sq. ace. mat., bowlsoffineflourtnbbjN^ 1319 - 25 - 31 ' 37 - 43 - 49 - 65 - 61 - 67 - 73 - 79 ; spoons of incense Nu y"-».MJ».».«-»J».<B.m.r4.8o*. bowls of wine Je 35 s , cf. fig. f/ 75'; houses, of contents Dt 6" Ne 9 s5 cf. Pr 1 7 1 ; cage, of birds Je 5" (in sim., v. infr.); cart, of sheaves Am 2 13 (in sim.) 1 Ch n 13 2 K 7"; Ez 1" io 12 17 3 36 3S 37 1 ; as pred., of storehouses^ 144 13 ; cf. fig. of Naomi Ru i 21 ; of sea Ec i 7 ; with art., of full vessel 2 K 4 4 ; >">KpD pregnant woman Ec 1 1 5 ; fig- full of blessing Dt 33 23 ; wisdom 34'; justice Is i 21 ; commotion 22 2 ; fury 51 s0 ; lies, etc. Na3'; wisdom Ez 28 12 (del. A BCo) ; only twice in cstr. before that with which a thing is filled Is i 21 BSfp 'D ; J e 6" WSJ *Jo (as subst.); as subst. ingenit.(Ges il28n )f73 10 S.bo , D;asadv.=/MZ^ Nai 10 Je 1 2 6 (loudly, cf. 4% t*&», [ttifcp] n.m. 1 '" 4 fulness, that which fills (Ar.'lL Lane 27 ' 29 ) ;— 'o cstr. Gn 48 19 + i 9 t.;ii'l?Ez4i 8 '; sf. i iK%Is42 10 + 3 t.; B^W? Dt 3 3 16 + 1 2 1. ; — 1 . fulness of hand ( = handful) Ec 4" sq. ace. mat. 0"3 D3isri 'D Ex 9 s cf. Lv 16' 2 1 K 17 12 ; so homer-full of manna; Ex 16 33 cf. Lv 16 12 Nu 22 18 24 13 Ju 6 s8 ; simil. Vm t&O 2 K 4 s9 ; rarely sq. |» Lv 2 2 5 12 , cf. Ex 16" (but rd. perh. W?D so © Sam. v. Di). 2. mass of shepherds Is 3 1 * (in sim.); multitude of nations Gn 48 19 (cf. Ar. fc Qor 2 M7 al.) 3. fulness = that which fills, entire contents, of JHK Dt 33 16 f 24 1 Is6 3 8 8 34 1 Mil 2 Je8 16 47 s Ez it M 19 7 30 12 32 15 ; bin ^ 5 o 12 89 12 ; DJ IS42 10 1 Ch 16 32 ^96" 98 7 ; ■*»? Am 6 8 . 4. phrases:— top^p '» = at full length 1 S 28 20 ; full line, or portion bnn 'D 2 S 8 J ; n3i3n 'D Ez 41 s full rod (reed). f niv?P n.f. fulness, full produoe;— 'd Nu 18 27 Dt 22 9 ; 1"sbo Ex 2 2™;= full pro- duce of field Ex 22 s8 ,' 7]jn 'D <Ae/«ZZ jwodwee 0/ </te seed Dt 22 9 ; of winepress Nu 18 27 . t [nsVrp] n.f . setting of jewel (cf. vb. Pi. 2,Pu.); T — 'cstr.ns^OEx 28" 'Q« '» (as acc.cogn. with KJft); cf. sf. Dnkfe ('«£») Ex 28 20 39 13 . t [Wl vJQ, N?£j] n.m. setting, installation; (cf. vb. Pi. Pn!) ;— pi. D'Njip ('^D) Ex 25 7 + 1 3 t,; 0$ykp Lv 8 s3 ;— 1. *e«m^, '» »J3* stone* /or setting!!*. 2 5' 35 9 "cf. 1 Ch 29 2 ('D1 DHt? ^aK). 2. installation (of priests) : Lv 7 37 8 33 j = in- stallation-offering S 28 (||n#K) c f. tsrr^D v"; 'tan ^s Ex 29 2226 - 27 - 31 Lv S 2229 ; 'D? "IP? Ex 29". tNi^Q n. pr. loc. (Thes 'fill' of earth, earthwork, but v.GFM ,u9 - 6 );—l.Ki^p n'S Ju 9" (ll D ?f »Jp) bo v 20 - 20 ; near Shechem, site un- known ; © o«or Bi/d^oiiXuv. 2. citadel in Jerus. Nfmn 2 S 5" 1 K 9 1524 1 1 27 1 Ch 1 1 8 2 Ch 32 s . © usu. jj <«p<i (A 1 K 9 1524 also M*Xw). . te?ip rv? 2 K 12 21 (+«b ni'n) dub.; = 2 ? © oZcqa MaaX<u. tjlNTQ n.f. dub.: only "D - ^ nb^> Ct5 1J of lover's eyes; AE De Bae^" 1 setting, perh. better border, rim, Ot Wild fulness, abun- dance, of surrounding of eye. tjTftjF, Vh&l n.pr.m. father of prophet Micaiah of Isr.:— rbto) i K 2 2 8 - 9 © Ufua, ©L Na/ioXc ; = &6tp> 2 Ch l8 78 . © I f|ua , A IfpXa, ©L Nu^aXi. v. "pb. "in^O v. ii. 15. UJ12^a v. wfn. ]abtt v. pk n^n v. i. fc& <bn v. »6d. ?i^, rra^o v. rb.
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"'JYlTE) a. pr. v. I. J£d. fl- [m7Q] vb. tear away, fig. dissipate (cf. Ar. ^Il pw^ ow< eye, tooth, &c; esp. Dozy tear off branch to plant it, &c. so Eth. fl»£V*l: evellere); — Niph. fig. be dispersed in fragments, dissipated, Pf. V^Jfl JCty? tmf Is 51 6 . ti-[n?lD or H-Tp] n.[xa.] rag; only pi. wnb'o Je38 ,112 (||ni2nD). II. M/Q (-v/of foil.; meaning dubious). fn. rh'O n.m. salt (NH id.; Ar. *Ju Aram. U^i, KPlbp);_ " D a bs. Gn i 9 2r + cstr. Lv2 13 ; — safe for seasoning food Jb 6 6 offering Lv 2 ,3 - ,3,3 cf.Ez 43"; rh'O nna Nu 18" 2 Ch 1 3 s (cf. Lv 2" v. Di); used in purifying waters 2 K 2 2021 ; strewn on site of devoted city Ju 9 « cf. Zp 2 9 fO-rnap) Dt2 9 ffi (||nnS3); pro- duced in marshes reserved for purpose Ez 47"; pillar of salt 'O 3^3 Gn 19 26 ; usu. in combin. rfya- od; Gn 14 3 (fl^n poy), Nu 34 3 - 12 Dt 3 ,: rbo f» (||nri-JJ?rt tf), J0S3 16 12 3 15" 18 19 ; also WPJ 2 S 8 1S 2 K 14 7 Qr, t 60 2 (title), 'Bn N<3 1 Ch i8 12 2CI125" 2 K14 7 Kt. till. [rH"2] vb. denom. salt, season; Qal Impf. 2 ms. f^O^ sq. ace. Lv 2" (olij. offering). Pu. Pi. riVoD Ex 30 35 satod, i.e. the incense (v. Di.) Hopli. Pf 2 fs.+ n/ a&s. IWOn *? DcOn Ez 16 4 , i.e. rubbed or washed with salt (of infant, in personification). T nn7D n.f. saltness, barrenness ; — Jb 39 6 (||n:ny) as dwelling-place of wild ass, salt- plain; nnhs ry$ Je 17 6 (||3g*n t6) ; ^io7 M (opp. "IB jn^). Trn>72 n.[m.] mallow; plant growing in Bait-marsh; Jb 3 o 4 (cf. Now*"*- 1 - 67 - 112 ). [n v72 J n.m. mariner (loan-word from As. malahu bl HWB412 cf. Id Pr ° 1178 ; Hal ZAlvl889 ' S3 ; so also Aram. )»S,v» (v. Brock.), whence Ar. iSj! Fra 221 );— pi. D'nVp Join 5 Ez 27 s ; !ft$P Ez 2 7^; B|T nk) v 9 (Ba** * Anm - 3 );— mariners, sailors of ship going to Tarshish Joni 5 (cf. bahn3T v 6 ); to Tyre Ez 27', cf. v 27 - 29 (|| D*J>3h). rrcn^ra v. 1. nrb. t t ; • t [E?^] vb - s11 p awa y ( not in Q* 1 ) ( NH KM^D rescue/ X obo (rare)=BH; Ar. Lil is Aat-e scanty hair; IV. co«< the foetus without liair; [slip away, escape fr. hand is ^AJ^Y, — Niph. P/ 3 ms. d]?W Ju 3 s6 -)- 6 t.; 3 fs. npbo? V' 124 7 , with cons. HC^IMI Je 48 19 ; 3 mpl. »£»? 2 S 4 6 + 8 1. Pf. ; J™^. B$^ Am 9 1 + 1 3 1. ; 'tan j u 3 26 + 7 1. ; is. npbpx Gn 1 9 20 + ; 3 mpl. >^m Mai 3 ,5 + i2 t. Impf.; Imv. tb®n Gn I9 i;.i7.m. f.^anZc2"; Inf.abs.^n 1S27 1 (but rdO^ DM © We DrLbhrHPS; >Th Kit Buins.DNbef. '»?); cstr.jtf.,Gni 9 19 Est4 3 ; Pd. ttT>p? 1 K i 9 17 - 17 ;_l. ^{p aw ,. ay NJ nt?!>BK 'P?" ? n ?1?1 1 S20 29 let me slip away to see my brethren; slip through, or 2>ast (into the house) 2 S 4 6 (cf. Dr HPS and Pi. 1, Hiph. 2 ; >Klo
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Ju 3 M 1 S i9 I0 (||DU), v 12 - ,8 (!,oth rra), V 17 2 2 S0 ( II ^-1), 30 17 1 K 1 8 40 20 29 (|| DU), 2 K io 24 Is 20 6 (|| Hf?, MJ), 49 24: * Je 4 6 6 4 8 S - ,9 (||D«), Ezi 7' 51518 Am 9 1 Jo 3 s Zc 2" Mai 3 ,s f 1 24 7 Prig 6 Jbi 16 - 16 17 »; c. JO of place whence 1 823" 2 S i 3 yfn 24 1 ; e. "?«= whither iSaa'27 1,1 ; c.^Ju3 M ; c.n— loc.,Gni9 I7 - ,9 - 20 - 22 (J), Ju 3"; c.acc. 2 Ki 9 37 = Is 37 33 , Est 4"; c. ip of person fr. whom Ec 7 26 ; 0!P iS27 1 2Chi6 7 Je32 4 34 s 3 8 I8 - 23 Dnii 41 ; pap Je 4 i 15 ; SrjnS 1 K 19 1717 ; c. Btej^ for one's life Gn 19 17 . 3. pass, be delivered ^ 2 2 6 Pr n 21 28 s6 Jb 22 30 Dn 12 1 (later usage). Pi. Pf. 3 ms. pta Ez 33 5 ; "D^M Ec 9 15 ; sf. ttpb 2 S i9 10 ; Impf t$& t Am 2 ,4 + 8 t., sf. Vtyffi + V*; +5t.Impf.; 7m^np|)p^ii6 4 ; f. npj>5 1 K i 12 ; + 4 t. Imv.; Inf. abs. D& Is 4 6 2 Je 39 18 ; Pi.pbp 1S19 11 ; pl.B'obp 2S19 8 ;— 1. lay (eggs; i.e. let them slip out; of arrow- snake) Is 34". 2. let escape: VflOVV lO^Ci K 23 18 and so they let his bones (the prophet's) escape (from the burning). 3. deliver, abs. Is 4 6 4 ; c.acc. Is46 a Je 39 1818 ^ 4 i 2 Jb 22 30 2 9 12 Ec8 8 9 15 ; c.n?p Jb6 23 ; «]?» 2S19 10 ; nnirvn^p i/r 107 20 ; elsewh. 55*3?. P?P deliver, save, life I S 19 11 2 S 19 6 1 K i 12 Je 4 8 6 5i 64S Ez 33 5 Am 2 1415 f 8g 49 1 16 4 ; E>B3 om. Am 2 15 ■f 33 17 Jb 20 20 . — (This form not in Hex., Ju., Ch., Is. 1 ) Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. O'bpn is 31 5 ,- 3 f s . np^pn i s 66 7 . . give birth to a male child Is 66 7 (|| Tjfej cf. PL 1). 2. cfofttw : abs. Is 31 5 (|| |33, ^sn, nps). Hithp. Impf. 1 s. npbnsj jb 19 *> ; mpl. *B?pn? Jb4i". 1. slip forth, escape (sparks of fire from jaws of crocodile ; EV leap forth) Jb4i". 2. escape (with the skin of the teeth, the gums ; only these left unattacked by leprosy) Jb 1 9 20 . TI37pn.[m.] mortar, cement (etym. dub.; Aram. |^L» id., whence Ar. U!i. Fra 10 ) ; — Je 43 9 . TJTtSTQ n.pr.m. (Yahweh delivered, cf. Gray 1 ^ 8 - 287 ' 293 ) a Gibeonite, a builder at the wall Ne3 7 ; ©L Ma as. ns^o v. rb. t ■ : ' I. I /U (v of foil.; mng. dub.; Thes comp. Ar. dJU possess, own exclusively, cf. Eth. ao([h: so Bae 2011 " (cf. 5>ja), and No 2 " "' 1 "*"'; Lyon Bib. to, Apr. 1884 D1 rrol.30 al comp _ Ag _ ma Wcu, counsel, advise Dl HWB412 , BH and NH ?|^p , Aram. <^o, vp, whence king as orig. counsellor, he whose opinion is decisive). . *^P 25]3 a.m. king (NH id.; MI 1 - 51018 - 23 ^O; l 4 I35wi; Ph.^o; Zinj.^DDHM s "" dKh ' ,l, >; ■fa •fa As. mdliku, malku, prince (As. sarru=king) ; Ar. alt* fa'wgr (orig. Heb.*vP inferred, Lag BN7:l Ba NB(na WMM A..u.Kurop.76). gal) ^ g ftb Denkm" 01 ; cstr. ^D, pi. -bm CIS"- 37 ; cf. Eth. «y"«l»l: (?o<f (and No 1 -'-); Aram, ^*>, "tfj©; Palm. ttt^>D "£o Vog 110 - ®; Nab. N2^D Eut N * b - ');— 'O abs. Gn I4 7 + (ins. also 2 S 13" @ Th We Dr Kit Bu, and v 34 © WeDrKit Bu); in p. alw. lj/g Gn 49 M + 238 1. (so also n. pr. in iJ^B-); cstr.Gn 14' + ; sf. vfyo 2 S r 9" + 6t., etc. ; pi. D^O Gn I4 9 +; r?^«? Pr3i 3 ; cstr. vbo Gn i7 16 +; sf. n'aSlp Is 7 »+ 3t.; Dn^bp Dt f*+ 16 1., etc.;— 1. £%.- of Egypt Gn 3 9 20f - Ex i 8f - Dt 1 1 3 1 K 3 1 ; of Mesopotamia, Shinar, Assyr., Babyl., Pers., etc. Ju 3 810 Gn 14"- 2 K is nM - n if- i8 13t 24 lllf Ezn lf 4 3[ Esti 2 +,iKii 18 - <(, i4 25 2Ki7 ir - 2 3 29 + j °f Canaan, Philist., Edom, Moab, etc. (often of single city) : Gn i4 2f - v 18 20 2 26 18 36 31 Nu 20 14 2 1 11 22 410 Dt i 4 3 U Jos 2 2 (oft. in Jos), Ju i 7 5" 8 SB 1 1 12 '- 2 K 3 4 '- + ; of Aram, Hamath, etc. 2 S 8 3 '- v 9 1 K 15 18 2o' f - 22 3 2 K 5"- 8 7t v 29 9 u.is I5 37 l6 sf. + . of Tyrej etc 2 g 5 u j K 5 » 9 » + , etc.; esp. of Israel (undivided, and of both divisions) Gn 36 31 Nu 23 21 2 4 7 Dt i7 14f - Juiy'iS'ip^i 25 iS2 10 8 5f - 2S2 4t iKi 33 - 34 '- -f-very often; cf. also Ju 9".— 2 S i8 Mb del. 'BH We Klo Dr Kit Bu. Note that in early books in "pen is nearly always said; in late books usually "|^on ('U1 fttbtf) 111 ; cf. Aram. Na?p KH^a, etc. 2. of Davidic king, as under divine protection, 1 S 2 10 (|| in'K^O), j, 2" 18 s1 89" 6 1 7 , cf. 99 4 ; so in (Messianic) predic- tion Ho 3 s Is 32' Je 23 s Ez 37 s224 Zc 9'. 3. used of' as king of Israel 1 S 12 12 ; poet. Dt33 5 cf. + 5 3 io 16 29 10 44 6 48 3 68 a 74 12 8 4 4 145 1 149 2 Is 41 21 43 15 44 6 Zp 3 15 ; "liaari jfi + a^"***; universal king ^47 3 ' 8 95 3 98 s Je io 710 , cf. 46 18 48 1S 5 1 67 Zc 1 4 91617 Mai 1 M ; of false god Am 5 26 . 4. in fable, king of trees Ju 9 816 ; fig. of croco- dile Jb 4I 21 ; na-)Sj£ ps 'B P^o 27 ; of death, J"lw3 t^B Jb 1 8 14 . 5. combinations are: — a. THM ten 2 K i8 19 - 28 =Is 3 6 413 (of Assyrian king: cf. As. sarru rabu); ?i"13 'BEc9 14 (indef.); of '> Mai i 14 , Whw7r^i '1 '8 ^ 95 3 ; 'd D^iV Je io 10 (of '1); D"3^P 'B Ez 2 6 7 (king of Babyl.) b. rfysn W 1 S io 24 2 S 16 1616 1 K i 34 - 39 2 K n 12 2 Ch 23"; nh*Y3 rbD Ec i 1 , cf.
  • a s s 2 1 K i 4 2 1 Ch 2 9 25 2 s 2" ('o rm
"by P"Uru) i K 1 1 37 2 Ch 28 4 Ec i 12 . C. fol- lowing a verb (one or two ace.) ?V '8 O'E* Dt I j*** 1 * 1 S io 19 ; 'B nb D"& 1 S 8 6 ; lsj> D'fe' 1 K io 9 ; j> 'B JOJ 1 S 8 6 Ho 13 10 "; by jnj i S i2 13 2Ch2 10 Ne9 37 i3 26 ;^pH , l! Bnju9 6 iSi5 11 ; ^V 'B TJ'i'Bn i S 12 1 ; S> 'B -]'^pn S 8 s2 ; 'B na*p by Ju 9 8 ; 'Bb nt?o iK i 4S ; by 'ob nyo J u 9 " 1 S 15 117 2 S'2 4 5 312 12 7 1 K- 1 34 1 Ch 11 3 14 8 ; by iwi; 'b 1 s 8 19 ; by 'eb Ef a 2 S 3 17 ; 'ob pan ^ 2S 5 12 1 Ch 14 2 ; by 'B D'pn 1 K 14 14 Dt 28 36 ; 'i3i nnn t§ « NBa-by a^ iCh 29 s3 , cf. Pr 20 8 ; ynb» "b '6b awby fnj 2 T Ch 9 s . d. i l^lT ^g Gn 49' royal dainties, fig.; 'BH '"^^P I S 25 s6 royal feast (in sim.); 'BH |3X 2 S 14 26 king's weight ; 'Bn~T 1 K io 13 royal bounty (in sim.); 'BH 'W Am 7 1 fe'n^'s mowings; 'B EHpp Am 7 13 royal sanctuary; Da?P JT1BV 2 S 12 30 crown of their king= 1 Ch 20 2 (but rd. D'aiip ® We Klo Dr Kit Kau— not Bu Kit chr - Hl>t j; cf.also n^a, ppy, ja, nif, etc. — N.pr. i^ax, ^ens, ^b^n, i^b jna, ^b nay, v. sub as, nx, etc. rGyQ n.f. queen: — abs. 'o Est l 9 + 24 t. Est.; cstr. flS^B iKio' + jt.; pi. niabp Ct 6 89 ;— queen ofSheba 1 K i O '- 4 ' 10I3 = 2 Ch 9 1 ' 3 - 912 ; of Persia, Vashti Est i 9 + 7 t. Est 1 ; Esther Est 2 K + 1 6 t. Est 4-9 (in Esther mostly appos. of n.pr.; it precedes n.pr. Est i 1215 ; follows n.pr. Est i 9 + 1 7 1.); of Isr. queens only pi. and only Ct 6 8 - 9 (both || n<tp>jb"3). Cf. ny?j. TDD ,Q n.f. queen (form difficult; cf. 01 il«d J£yll,169n. Q-i e J e'.18 J5 a NB166,Anm.2:2MGilI.18S7,606 . — only cstr. D?P!#n 'B Je 7 ,8 +4 t. Je = queen of the heavens, a goddess; identif. dub.; perhaps = IStar, Venus, cf. Schr'° fr ' al. ; ( > =rox!?B (Codd.), cstr. of naN^B ( v . -xb), worship of the heavens (Cast LexSj "'-), or creative work of the heavens, coll. ss'B'n N3^f ]wst of heaven, Sta lnfr - (cf ©)' v. Schr COTJ ° 7,I8i SBAklS8 ". «■"*•; zaiu. i88«, 353 it.. lv. 18S9, 74 ff. gJ a ZAW1886.iaff.289tt g ue Gm. Abh. 1S6IT. Wp Skiizen ill. 38 JjjZMQ ill. 1889,7101 Jjci s»m. 1.07, 172 (ed. 2. 57, 189) Grunb 2 " 01 " 1 - 1888 - 46 );— only as worshipped by people of Jerusalem 10? 'B^ D'3J3 rii&yb Je 7 18 (||DnnK &d»b D^ao; Tjgn); 'tfn ^ ne^ j e 44 i7.i8.i9.ji ( all j| Dippj nb ^Dn). II. "5T7Q vb. denoni. be. or become I- T Ml king, or queen, reign ; — Qal m Ff. 'd Jos i3 10 + , etc.; Impf $>» (^-)Exi5 18 + ; ^W Gn 36 32 + ; 2 nw. ^Bn Gn 37 s + , OlWin j e 22 15 Baer); Imv.~!bn Jug 14 ; na^pJu 9 8 ; "3b:2 Jug 1012 ; Inf. abs. $9 Gn37 8 'iS 24 21 ; cstr. "> ^O i K 2 U +; Bf. tafiD 1813' + ; Pi. $9 Je 22+ 2t.; ria^b 2 Kn 3 =2Ch22 12 ;—6e (be- come) king, reign, mostly of Hebrew kings, 2 S 2 10 1 K 16 22 2 K 3 1 9 ' 3 , but also gen. Pr 8 15 30 22 ; of Can., Edom., Aram., Assyr.,Pers. kings, etc.: Ju4 2 Gn 3 6 3, iK 1 i 25 2K8 ,5 io 3 'Esti , + ; sq. 3 loc. (usu. city) Jos 1 3 1012 Ju 4 2 2 S 5' 1 K 1 1 24 1 4" + oft.; but also Gn 36 3132 1 Ch i« pK3, and even IgM njKPl-iB'K i>33 2 S 3 21 ; sq. by c. people or land 1 8 8 on ' 12" 13 1 1 K is'- 9 i6 ra 4- oft.; sq. 2 loc.+ 'y territ. (or pop.) 2 S 5 1 1 K 1 1 42 ; sq.rinn (Winn) 2 S i6 g Qn 3 6 M = 1 Ch i 44 ', IKI4 20 - 31 2K8 ,5 i3 24 Je22 u -|-oft.; tsubj.God, sq. by ^ 47 9 Mi 4 7 Ez 20 33 1 S 8 7 ; sq. 3 Is 24 s3 ; abs. Ex 1 5 18 Is 52' + 93' 96'°= 1 Ch 16 8 ' 1 , 97" 99 1 i46 10 t; subj. future (Mess.) king Is 32 1 Je 23 s ; tsubj. a woman ( = 60 i^wem) 2 Kn 3 =:2Ch2 2 12 (both sq. ty, Est 2 4 sq. nnn f ; Imv.only in fable, king of trees, Ju jf"** all sq. by J 13^03 esp. = when he began to reign, became king 1 S 1 3 1 2 S 2 10 K i4 21 + oft.; Inf. also = reign : tlfif Kf2 to^p{> 2K24' 2 25 1 , cf. v 27 ; 1K6 1 aChi6 u 7 2 9 3 34 3 - 8 , cf. nrj ^o ny i ch 4 31 ; ijfcp ny D"JB r03 pD 2 Ch 3 6 20 ; iegraji <o mgm and reigned
  • !»»j Ijh? I K 1 5 25 1 6 ffl 2 K 3 1 + ; oft. *&? alone
with «a«ie meaning 1 K 16 23 2 K 13 110 i4 =3 + . tHiph. P/lpJwi iSi5 ss +2t.; M^ori 1K3 7 , etc.; ImptlJoQ 2K33 34 +4t.; 13'tal J u 9 6 + etc; Inf. cstr. t"bon 1 K 12' + etc.; Pi. ybva Ez 17 16 ; — make ling, or gweew, cause to reign, sq. ace. pers. Ju 9 16 1 S 1 1* 1 K I 43 1 2 1 16 21 2 K 10 s 1 1' 2 (anointing and coronation) = 2 Ch 23", 2Ki7 21 iChn 10 i2 31U9 2Chio 1 ir a Ezi7 16 ; sq. fioi>B>j) (i> of dir. obj., as Aram.) 1 Ch 29"; sq. acc.cogn. 1 S8 22 (+6$), 12 1 ( + 5>y), Is 7«( + ^i"3) ; sq. ^»i> Ju 9 6 1 S 15"; sq. ace. pers. + 31oc.Je37 , ;' + i>3?Ju9 18 iSi5 s5 iKi2 20 i6 16 K 8 20 1 Ch 1 2 s8 2 8 4 (ace. om.), 23 1 2 Ch i 911 8 36 4W , cf. 2 s 2 9 (3 1. -b$, 3 1. -!?«); + nnn K 3 7 2 K 14 21 2 1 24 23 30 (anointing), v 84 24 17 Ch i 8 22 1 26 1 33 25 36'; Est 2 17 (=make queen at coronation) ; abs. Ho 8 4 . f Hoph. Pf. ^DH onfca rtobo by Dn 9'. t n - "=179 n -P r -™- son of Micah, a Ben- jamite (on 'o as individ. name v. Gray Prop - K - "*■*>•>■*; cf.Ph.n.pr.^o(v.Bloch); Sah.n.pr. D37D CIS"- 1 ; Palm. n. pr. <abu Vog r *"° w *'- Nab. id., Eut 1 "" 21 ' 4 "- Vog 1 "" 1 ' 2 ); — i Ch 8 M (® McX OT X), 9 41 (® MoXa* ; © L M* X X «,X in both). rmho 7J76 n.pr.div. Moleeh (@MoXo X , ^QMoloch) ( = =1?9 i- e - {divine) King, with vowels of JIB'S to denote abhorrence, Hoffm ZAWm - 18SS - 124 RS 8em - i. 353; aided. 372. c f J^g-j^ GO Abh. Mxvl. 1890 (May, 1889), 25 . Ph. n. pr. div. n^» Milk, in n. pr. cf. Bloch, Dr Dt222f );— c. art. 'EH : _the god to whom Isr. sacrif. children with fire (in valley of Hinnom);
  • h t5>X3 -VSm 2K23 10 ; l£ "Vajm Je 3 2 3ii
(II^SH), Lvi8 21 (H); t^ JW Lv2o 2 « (H); more gen. 'Bn nn« n<J}|» v 6 (H). In i K 1 1 7 rd. prob. D3pO, q.v. tnrDQ n.pr.f. c. art. ns^'tan 1CI17 18 (of Manasseh). © 7 MaXegcd, ©L MeXxatf. tn37Q n.pr.f. © M«-X X a (=n||jD} No uodLikat comp _ p h . n pr defB n T 3 i, D . c{ Gray^"-" 6 );— 1. wife of Nahor Gn n aM " (all J). 2. daughter of Zelo- S0.2S 24 15.24. phehad (of Manasseh), Nu 26 s3 27 1 36" Jos 17 3 (all P). — Perhaps orig. town-name, Gray 1 '- TnDIT'Q n. f. kingship, royalty; — 'd abs. 1 S I0 16 + 23t.; — kingship, kingly office, royalty: 1 S io le - 25 n 14 18 8 1 K 2 151622 n 36 i Ch io 14 IS34 12 ; belonging to '> Ob 21 ^2 2 20 (|| Cl)m b#») ; by '» ^b i S 14 47 assume sover- eignty over; TS'D |nj 2 S 16™ give kingship to (subj. 'J); 'b 'D 3"^n 1 K 12 21 restore king- ship to; by 'D nfc^ 1 K 2 1 7 exercise kingship over; metaph. of Jerus. HS^p 1 ) 'nbvni Ez 1 6 13 (del. © Co); nsn -"y 2 S l2 m =royai city; cf. 'on km 1 K i 46 ; o 'on jnj a k 25^ so Je4i' Ez 17 13 Dn i 3 ; '» sfl3S I s 62 3 (|| rTIKBn JTlCiy). T rVD^JS n.f. royalty, royal power, reign, kingdom (chiefly late) ; — 'd abs.Est I 9 + ; cstr. 1 Ch 1 2 23 + ; sf."n«S»D 1 Ch 1 7 14 , etc. ; pi. I&$Q Dn 8 s2 ; — 1. royal power, dominion Nu 24 7 (c KfeW), 1 S 20 31 (c. P3J?), 1 K 2 12 (c. id.); cf. Je o 7 Ec 4 14 ; 1 Ch 1 1 10 1 2" 29 30 ( || mwa), 2 Ch 33 13 Est i 19 , royal (queenly) dignity 4 14 ; 1 Chi4 s (c. mm); c. 1?b Dn 11 21 ; c. P3n (gubj. '>) iChi7" 2 8 7 ; 2Chi2 ! (subj. Rehob.); Isr. royalty as belonging to * 1 Ch 17 14 ; dominion of f 103 19 (c. n^fO), f 145 1313 ; 'D "1U3 v"; 'D nnn nbs v 12 ; "0 aw ^ 45 7 ; 'd kb?'i Ch 10 28" 2 Ch 7 18 ; of Pers. Est I s 5 1 ; 'd? D^S Chi 18 2 11 ; '» n^3 Est i 9 2 18 5 1 (cf. As. bit sarruti D1 HWB ,71 ) ; 'D |M royal wine Est I 7 ; 'D n3n royal command Est 1 19 ; 'D nin royaZ honour, majesty 1 Ch 29 s6 Dn 1 1"; so perh. also rc& nn 'D Tin Dn n 20 v. Bev; 'D 1*133 "W* Est i 4 ; 'O "iris ro?/aZ crown Est i" 2 17 6 s ; 'O E^3i> royaZ OftHfvZ Est6 8 8 15 ; 'O (P"? om.) Est 5 1 (queenly attire). 2. m'gw .• 40th year of reign of David iCh 2 6 81 cf. 2Ch3 2 i5 ,0 "i6 ,13 35 I9 Je49 34 Dni 1 ; also 2 Ch 29 19 ; of Babyl. and Pers. kings Je 52 31 ('D W^a || 2 K 25^ t^B/) Dn 2 1 8 1 Ezr 4 5A « 7 1 8 l Ne 1 2 s2 Est 2"; cf. DT| rWB^p ^»py 2 Ch 36 20 . 3. kingdom, realm 2 Ch I 1 11' 7 20 30 Ne 9 s5 ; esp. realm of Babyl. and Pers. 2 Ch 36 s2 = Ezr i 1 , Est !"•» 2 3 3 68 5 16 7 2 9 30 Dn 8 M 9 ' io 13 ; cf. JJJ..U.9.17. v a> ' D n>in = Jems. ace. to Hi., but V. 1 supr. t n37T3?3 n.f. kingdom, sovereignty, do- minion, reign; — abs/D Josio 2 +; cstr. !"I3J13D Ex 19 6 + n t. (incl. Mi 4 8 before b); si. 'IJ^&JB Gn20 9 + ,etc; pi. niS^OD Dt 3 21 + ; cstr.nbjjpp Dt 2 8 25 + ; — 1 . kingdom, reaZm,chiefly non-Isr. : Gnio 10 (J), 2o'(E), Nu 3 2 3333 (P), Dt 3 4101321 28 s5 Jos n'°(D), 1 S io 18 1 K5 1 io 20 18 10 -' (both || *), Is 1 o 10 1 Ch 1 6 20 = ^ 1 05 13 ( || D5? and 1l), + 135" Is I4' 6 19 22 23 11 2 Ch9 19 14 4 29 21 32 13 (I]*), Ne 9 22 (||Dy) ( * 4 6 7 (11% 79 6 (Ud.), io2 £3 (||DJ?), Is6o 12 (H'ia), so Jei 10 i8 M 27 s 28 s ; Je 49 28 5i M27 Am 6 2 Na 3" Zp 3 8 Hg 2 22 Ez 17 14 29" 15 37 s2 ; crtan niajjpp 2 Ch 20', cf. Is 13 4 ; n^n ni3|>pp 2 K i9 15 ' 9 =ls 37 1620 , 2Ch 6 23 =Ezr i 2 , yj, 68 s3 Is 23 17 Je 15 4 24 s 25 26 29 18 1 - 1 ?; nix-wf! niatap 1 Ch 29 30 2Chi2 8 17 10 20 29 ; of 1st." Am 9 8 Dt 1 7 20 '2 S 3 ffl La 2 2 2 Ch 2 1 4 ; cf. inns nabpp Ex 19 6 (&n% *); of Mess.kingls 9 6 ; rtcfysQ "3X (of Babylon) Is 13 19 , 'o nnaa (irf.) 47 5 ; njiss nia^op nhBtyp j e i 16 . . sovereignty, dominion 1 S I3 l4 (lsr.; c. Wp^ 1 ), cf. 24 21 ; 2 Ch 1 3 8 T^ V.3 T3 " 'D ; 'DBn * ^i) Ch 29 11 ; ra njjjn 2 K 14 5 '; "jy 'n 2 ch 25 s va P'inn 2 k 1 5 19 cf^ Ch 2 2 9 ; $>« 'o | , 3n(subj/") 1 S 13" (Isr.), cf. 2 S 7 1216 (||TV3); 2 Ch 1 7 5 (T3) cf. 1 K 2 W (Ta njtaj) ; 'O Kft (subj. '«) 2 S 5 12 ; ^ nnb 'o jna (subj. '■>) 2 Chi 3 s , cf. 21 3 ; |9 tn Pipj (subj. *>) 1 S 28 17 (Isr.), 1 K 1 1" (sq. &»), v 31 14 8 ; JO om. ii 13 ; iTD npb it** (ore kingdom!,), JO t) T3Jjn (subj. *•), 2 S 3 W (Isr.); jo "a nasya Is 1 7 3 ; cf. p 'on 3«?fi 1 K 1 2 26 ; yiy 'to... nsai nntm Mi 4 8 '; ^ ' D ^ 2 Ch 1 1 '; kds 'O Dt 1 7 ,8 (Isr.; b$ 3B*;j, 2 S 7 13 (? JJ3), 1 K 9 > P cpD) 2 Ch 23 20 , niabpp ke>3 Hg 2 s2 ; 'e iva royo? AoMse Am) 1! ; 'On 'Hy royaZ a&M Jos io 2 cf. 1 S 27 s ; 'on JHJ roya2 seed, children, 2 K q^ 1 ' = 2 Ch 2 2 ,0 . 3. reign, 'D JVPtqa Je 2 7 ' 1 m /Ae beginning of the reign of (cf. n*3pp 2, niabpp 3). t [m j?DQ] a. f. kingdom, dominion, reign (on form cf. We ' » * » Dr * d l0 °- Id ) ;— cstr. TToi>pp Jos I3 I2 + 8 t.; 1. kingdom of Og Jos j ;} 12.30.31 . of Sihon v 21 ' 27 . 2. dominion, royal power c. i>$?p in? (subj. "') 1 S 15 28 ; c. ^ 3f«p (hum. subj.) 2 S 1 6 3 ; c.n , 3B i n Ho I 4 . 3. reign 'op n^x-a j e 26 1 (cf. na^pp 3, nia^p 2). TT>N 1 37'? n.pr.m. son of Beriah(of Asher) (my king is El; cf. Tel Am. Milkili Wkl Tel Am - , I v. Jastr JBI ' ,8S2 ■ I20;I893 • 61, •; cf. further, Gray Frop.N.ust.aK T a]g0 p h- „ pr l,^^ Pa i m . n . pr> l >aaboVog p * ,m14 ^ 140 and BH^P'i)N);_Gn46 17 Nu 26 45 1 Ch 7 31 . ® McX w X. ' "" , 7N' , 3 ,Y1 adj. gent. c. art. as subst. coll. 'on nnsE'p Nu 2 6 45 . t'flWpO (only Je38 6 ), n;?!5p n.pr.m. (my king is Yah; cf. Gray rr " I '- N " 9f -' 148 " 1 );— © M f X- x(e)ta(t). — 1. father of Pashhur Je 21 1 38 1 , cf. 1 Ch 9 12 (priest), Ne 1 1 12 . 2. a prince Je 38". 3. priests : a. 1 Ch 24". b. Ne 12 42 . 4. one of the sealed Ne io 4 ; perh. also 8 4 . S. a Levite 1 Ch 6 25 . 6. various men : a. Ezr io 25 *. b. Ezr 1 o 25 ". c. Ezr 1 o 31 = Ne 3 ". d. Ne 3 14 . e. Ne 3 31 . tpTS-^V^ n-pr-m. king of ob& (q.v.), (my king is Sedefy — Gn I4' 8 ^ 1 io 4 . © MfXxt- <Tf8f(C. TD"" , S7Q n.pr.m. son of Jeconiah (= Jehoiakin) (my king ( = Yahweh) is high, cf. Gray rro P .N. 1 «i:. p h n pr cna^o); — iCh 3 18 . © M«X^(«)<pa/x. tyi2J' , 37Q n.pr.m. son of Saul (my king (=) is opulence, cf. Gray Pro,,N - 147 );— 1 S 14 49 31 2 i Ch 8 s3 9 39 io 2 (in Ch. jnt^S^P). © M<X- Xftaa, Mf)(((rovc y etc. tDS'Vn n.pr.m.a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 9 . © B MfX^as, A MtX^a/i, ©L M«Xxo^i. On Je 49 1 ' 3 Zp i 5 v. Dbbp. TDJ37Q n.pr.div. Milcom, god of Am- monites'^. rs 8 " 01 - 1 - 67 )— cpaey y^ 'o i K n 5 (Unnhe'y); c f. Jioy '33 >rbx 'D v 33 (||'y+B'i03), so rd. also (for MT ?i$e) v 7 (|| Bnoa); nayin 'D pBSnaa 2 K 23 13 (|| as 1 K 1 1 33 ); rd. DS^O also ~]bw 576 for D3k> Je 49" (@ M*XxoX, M«X X ofi), cf. Gie, and Zp i 5 (<g ?3, cf. Now), prob. 2 S 1 2 S0 = 1 Ch 2o'(v. tyy® 5d), and perh. Am i 15 (whence Je 49 s ; cf. Dr Now;— not We GASm). TTJT'Tp^ n.pr.m. a Simeonite (cf.Palm. n.pr. 13^ Vog 1 "* 110 - 36 *);— 1 Ch4 M . © I (f xoXo X . t"?p7p n.pr.m. © Maa, MaXou^, etc. 1. Levites: a. 1 Ch 6 W . b. Ne 1 2 2 (priest ?). 2. various men: a. Ezrio 29 . b. Ezrio 32 . c. Ne 10 5 . d. Ne io 28 . "hai^Q Kt, yyhto Qr n.pr.m. a priest Ne I2 U . © MaXou^, ©L MuXou/c. til- ["^T / Q] vb. counsel, advise (loan-wd. from Aram. ■ s ^^ , 'HpD ; cf. As. maldku, Dl HWB412 );— only Niph. (so NH) Impf. $QH VV *3? i. e. I considered carefully, Ne 5'. [rvp^n] v. tA. pb'O v. f^P sub p$>. fl. [ 7/Q] vb. Pi. speak, utter, say (NH Pi. id.; Aram."^£i (and many deriv.), ?.?P; perh. cf. Ar. JJI iv. dictate (a letter, etc.), (^L.) 3U IV. td. No 2 " 011 - 1886 - 725 );— Pi. Pf. Vgq Gn 21 7 ; cf. 1 s. VrtVp (Ew S274b - N ) as n.pr. infr.; ^Jb33»; /mp/^V'iofi 2 ; ~^»njb8 2 ;— say, sq. dir. quot.4- ?of ind. obj. Gn 21'; utter, obj. njn Jb 33 3 ; cf. *8 2 ; obj. * ri"W| ^ 106 s . Tp ^Tp n.f. word, speech, utterance (poet., esp. Jb; common in Aram.); — 'd ^139* Jb 30 9 ; sf. VJjQ Jbi3 17 +3t.; folk) 2 S23 2 ; pi. D'k> Jb6 26 + 9 t. (all Jb); P& Jb 4 2 +i2t. (all Jb); pi. sf. j$ Jb i 9 23 +4t,; }$D Jb 4* Pr 2 3 9 ; Dn p i|> 1 9 s ; — word JiBO? tn (on) my tongue fr 139'; word (of '»), ^iKOv? ore my tongue 2 S23 2 ; '0^3*? > Pr23 9 ; fig. f I9'(||D}5; but rd. D?ip v. Che crit. n.); elsewhere only Jb (34 t.); sg. speech, utterance Jb 13 17 21 2 24 s5 29"; also word = by-word, n?D? DH7 <nX} Jb 30 9 ; pi. words, Jb 4 4 6 26 8 10 12" 15 3 <&"*?$, x6* s23 32 1 " 4 33' 8 C° ^P), 34"" ('» ^P), 36"; words of God Jb 23 s ; words = speech, speaking, bv <K> pba IJfJfl Jb 4 2 , cf. 2 9 9 ; utter words, pk) T?» riKShl i 5 »; 'O PHJn 2 6 4 ; lay mares for words P.i>J?b »»(? |W%n Jb 18 2 , cf. Jb32 15 D^k) DHD ip^n ; D'k V)]£p Jb 32" 7 am full "1270 / word*, cf. Wtpta pkre»-DK 3 3 32 ; pk^Tete Jb 35 4 ; ">??- rfe? "JT^?? 35 m, C f. 3 8 2 . t "TVl 7ft as n.pr.m. a son of Heman (7 liave uttered = ^0 Ew i274bN - v. ?to);— 1 Ch 25* (on this appar. list of names v. Ew 1 ' " ES 0TJC ; 2nd ed. 143 „2I ^Y?'fi n.pr.m. a priest's son, Ne 12 36 . til. [777D] **■ rub ' scrape (NH id., rub ears of wheat, scrape) ; — only Qal Pt. Wo in vn'jasso rnb'&na Wto 1373 v*p p r 6 13 lie that winketh with his eyes, that scrapeth with his feet (making signs), etc., so De Now Str < Ew "Wild fr. I. i>?D that speaketh with his feet. T [nT 1 ^p] n.f. ear of wheat, etc. (perh. as rubbed or scraped, cf. NH HiTk • , .?^T); — only pi. abs. niWtp Dt 2 3 26 (cf. Di). till. [7773] vb. languish, wither, fade (apparently secondary ■•/of pox q.v.); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. k* Jb 18 16 ; 5wj Jbi4 2 ; 3 mpl. vJK Jb 2 4 24 ^ 3 7 2 (so Hup De and most ; > Niph. fr. IV. 770 Thes); — hang down, vn'her, fig. of man Jb 14 2 (H 3 ) ; of wicked vjftf nrUTIO i-vsp 7®) by£tt Wftj; 18 16 ; 6w nVaV Btens 24 s4 (|| fWBj&iattn); ^m T npT i sn3 1 /,37 2 (|| jte^). Pol. Impf ?.?it3) i/' 90 6 1'< withereth (of grass ; tlV. [77Q] vb. circumcise (= ko);_ to this are sts. assigned : Qal Imv. ?b Jos 5 2 . Niph. 7y. Dnktf Gn 1 7 11 . Hithpo. be cut off: Impf. ^fclV ^ 5 8 8 . Vid. ^O. [nn^p, -raVo] v. noi>. r[1^70] vb. prob. be smooth, slippery (Ar. J42 slip)-,— Wiph. p/. "?n^ vfarre J3T9^ t" - 1 J 9 103 ^ 0M ' smooth (agreeable, pleasant) are <Ay words to my palate ( || 'Sp t^a^D). Tl2pO n.m. a Bab. title; dubious; perhaps guardian'? (Schr C0TDnl ' u D1 B " ^D ' ,,I conj. loan- word fr. As. mas(s)aru, keeper, guardian, cf. 1)1 UWB4 ' 23 ; hardly connected with (mod.) Pers. mulsaru 'kellermeister' (cf. Meinh.), v. against this Bevan);— only cart. 'BH Dn i" 16 . tp/^2 ▼»• nip, nip off (head of bird; without necessarily severing it fr. body, cf. Lv 5 s ) (NH id., Aram. P.^P, ^jo);— Qal Pf consec. Wrim p^Cl Lv i 15 , i. e. head of dove ; c f. b^a; kS te-iy bmp it&h-nt? p^oi Lvs 8 . Cf. Di-Ry. © anoKvifa. i.n.nv^ti, uv$ha, dv^o v. npi>. tyipVn v. e>p!>. nnr&p v . nn!>. [n^wAjO] v. nivkio sub yi>n. rn-oran v. i. to. [nop] v. -no. TJS'Op n.pr.m. a prince of Persia and Media— -Est i 1421 also v 16 Qr; Kt pOIB. ©Mov- [frtoo], OTvrao v. mo. yean v. i.-to. i3nn, rnsnn v. -ob. ro^pn, [niD^pn] v. ^o. ,, |73n, etc. v. t». ^opn v. 1DB. ip6, [iStod], Dn^sn v. mo. TN~lr2to n.pr.m. et loc. Mamre, only in Gn: 1. in J only N1B8 ':6k terebinths of M. (n.pr.m.?), Gn i 3 19 (denned by fnana 1B*S), i8> (in both the dwelling-place of Abraham). 2. n.pr.m. in Gn 14" pb«n 'B <?>K), c f. v 24 (where ally of Abr.) 3. n.pr.loc. in P : near Abr.'s place of burial Gn 23 17 25° 49 30 50 13 ; appar. identified with Hebron 23 19 3 s 27 , cf. Di— © Ma/4%. rnppp v. rwk>. hxavci, nation, rhfam v. bvm. t : • 7 t T : v ' v v : v [pffi'pp] v. pb>b. Q^rm^ v. pno. fl. YQ n. m. Nu11 ' 9 manna (=Ar. ^», known to Beduin in Sin. Penin.; a juice exuding in heavy drops from twigs (some Bay also the leaves) of Tarfa (Turfa) tree {tarnarix gallica mannifera) in W. Sin. Penin., end of May and in June, sweet, sticky, honey-like; cf. Di El 16,ss J^„lj BR i. 75. 1 15, 590 J£Jj GS 233 B„ SH B. g QC ZMO uxv. 1881, 254 . — 'o abs. Ex i6 15 +i2 t., sf. ^P Ne 9 20 :— manna: Mrrnp «V t6 '3 MM '|B IIDNM Ex 15 ; v 3 Nu ii 6 - 7 - 9 (described Ex i6' 4 - 31 np after Israel reached Canaan Jos 5 12 "; as 2nd ace. fprrriK l^axn Dt 8 3 , cf. v 16 ; Dn>bj| -ipp»i ^3^6 ID ^ 7 8 24 ; DfVSB fi;WB-&6 ^Bl Ne 9 s0 . tH. ]Q in Ex 1 6" (with reference to the manna) WV N^> '3 tttn fB Vnar^K B"i< TIBKI. KVmp, most prob. 'What is it?' the question being intended as a popular etym. of JB 'manna,' based upon the late Aram, ^o What f (man is 'Who?' in Arab., Aram. (JB, ^so), Mand. (|NO), Eth. (manu), 'What?' in these dialects being U, TO, )jo, KB (Eth. ment) ; JO in the sense of 'What?' must correspond to the later Syr. ^jo, contr. from ^? |c&, X HO : No" 8 W 80125 ). fl [|Q] n.[m.] string (of harp) (prob. loan-word fr. Aram. Jfcjjo, Aair, string PS 2163 ); pi. D^B if, 150 4 , so also prob. 45 s (rd. D^P for MT W, c f. Che Bae We > Ges' 87 ' 1 " Hup al., who think 'SB an apoc. pi.) . [Jo], map v. pa. Nu ii 7 ; accomp. dew Ex i6 M Nu n 9 ); ceased ™]Q, an d 'Q, before J (exc. Dn 12 2 2 Ch 20") contr. to 'B (as VFP from *59)i before gutt. and "1, mostly P , occasionally P (Ges s m - ' B - ; more fully Ko"' m "), JP before art. in all books much, commoner than -p ; JP before other words most freq. in Ch [51 t.: elsewhere 47 t. (Ko 292 )]; poet, also 'IP, with the old , of the gen. (Ges J90.3.) J u g 14.14 J s 46 3J ^ 44 11.19 68 3S ^22 ? g2.42 10 + i9t. Jb, and in "apj> tMi 7 1212 , and fj (on anal, of HJJ, v}?) tls 30 11 ", prep, express- ing the idea of separation, hence out of, from, on account of, off, on the side of, since, above, than, so that not (Ph. 13; Aram, ^i; Ar. ly>; Eth. 2iy°i: ; Sab. p (DHM z " G » 1 "« )6 « r ' •= n * *■■)); with suff. ^»p (the fp reduplicated, 01 S223 °, al., Ko iL289f ), poet. ♦» tls 22 4 30 1 38" 1 Jbi6 6 , 1g tfi8 23 6 5 4 i39 19 Jb2i 16 22 18 3o !<> ; 1PP, 3»p, 'HPP; 13BD (fJb 4 12 VUB), n|©P; 1 pi. yep (ace. to Orientals ^pp : v. Baer jot. p. 57 Ko 290 ); D|P; Dnp (Dnsp t Jb 1 1 20 ), npnp t Je io 2 Ec 12 12 ; nsno 7 1. (v. npn 8 c), jnp (edd. jnp) fEz 16 4752 (v. Zerweck Heb - r,, <>- M,n - 1894 ): — 1. with verbs expressing (or implying) separation or removal, whether from a person or place, or in any direction, also from guilt, calamity, etc.: — thus a. to descend from a mountain Ex 19 14 , to fall from a roof Dt 22 s , from heaven Is 1 4 12 , to go up from a valley pp ■p ° Jos io 7 , to raise up from the dunghill I S 2 8 , or the ground 2 S 12". So constantly with vbs. of going, as K3, l^n, 3B>, ITU (sq. a person, usu. -:tx>), of calling, as Is 24 14 QJt? £qx, 4 2 ,,ul ^ 148 1 , of asking or exacting, as 7NB>, E>p3, B^T, Op?, Di?3n, of delivering, as yw, Wn, etc., of tofe'ngr, -as D^y3, D^yn, etc., of <aK»tjr or withholding, as npb, Ye>n, yjn, of keeping (from), as "1X3, ">DB', of &em# /ar, or desisting, as pm Ex 23 7 , 13SD ^nn desist ./roro us, 14", so H"jg Dt 9", n"?n i2 10 , t?pe>n ^ 94", me* Gn 2 2 , cf. 5 M ; note esp. the pregn. constructions, DSe* to judge (and save) from ^ 43 1 , sq. IV? 1 S 24 l6 + , fl3y to answer (and save) /rom ■f2 2 M , enn and HETI to be silent (turning) from ^ 28' 1 , »3»» wnnn Jb 13 13 Je 38 27 , ^ 18 22 v6ko s nycn ttbl nor did wickedly (turning) from my God, 30 4 Kt., 73* "P» rOtHo, Je 3 20 |9 133 (® «fc=3), 31" c nw (2 Ch 20 27 ), Ez 27 s * Pr 25 ,7, ip ri" 3 '? ^P- "^1 Is 29* 63 17 Jo i 12 ; Je 51 5 Vri^NO pi>K widowed (and severed)/rom etc., Ez 44*; also Ju 7 17 *^l ?51 W)TI *3BD ye shall see from me, i. e. learn what to do by observing me. Some of the verbs mentioned above are construed more precisely with flNO, Djp, •ye, q.v.: and others, esp. npb, Bhl, yann, ^sn, ma, D^f, idiom, with THJ. With inff., v. infr. 7 T). Often also with adverbs, as OBp tlience, 1?K» wtoice ? HJ», n'SD Ae»ice. Cf. al'so ;» f*S free (safe) /row Jb 3 19 , VJSD IJg a help J*w»' his foes Dt 33 7 , Na 3 n S#«B ttt», ^32 7 iso ttid, 60 13 ix» rn T ]y, Is 4 6 annio i>x a shadow /rom the heat, 2 5". Here also belong Is 40 15 7^9 "!P a drop /row (hanging from) a bucket; Ct4 J goats "Ufa 1HD «$£ that sit up (seeming to hang) from the hills of Gilead (cf. Od. 21. 420 ^k &i(ppoio Ka6t]fitvos : also the Arabic idiom ^* CjJ>, lit. to be near from a thing) : prob. also the difficult passage Dn 8 9 , and from one of them there came forth Tins ]""§) rrvySO a horn from (being) a little one, i. e. gradually increasing from small beginnings (but t id. nry? rvjnK Bev cf. 7"). T). p also, without a verb of similar significance, sometimes expresses the idea of separation, away from, far from (cf. II. 2. 162 <j>irjs diro narpiios atijt) : Pr 20 3 3 ,- p rot? to sit away from strife (cf. ^s. lis ap. De), Nu 1 5 24 if the thing be done 'Tiyn "O'yp away from the eyes of etc., Ju 5 11 De RV (but Be RVm because of), Is 1 4 19 cast out TpipD away from thy sepulchre, Jb28 4 B^NO iVl, Gn 4 U cursed art thou -J» n»1Nn, De Di away from the (tilled) soil, cf. v l4 (butKn Kefrom, cf. v 12 *), 27'* (prob.) ^OEp r3¥" away /rom the fatness of the earth shall be thy dwelling ; almost ^-without, Jb 1 1 15 then shalt thou lift up thy face D1E>» away from, without spot, 19 25 (prob.) 'I'B'ai? without my flesh shall I see God, 2i 9 *ins» trfty Divna a re at peace without fear, Pr i u Je 48 4S fleeing nap Vpy they stand without strength, Is2 2 3 ViDK ne»j3D (Hi De Di Che) they were bound without the bow (being used) (but Ges as 2 e : by the bowmen), Zp 3 18 . (On 2 S 13" v. We or Dr). See also 7 b. c. of position, off, on the side of, on, esp. with ref. to quarters of the heavens (cf. irpot Notou, ck 8c£i5>v, a fronte, a tergo, etc.) : Gn 2 8 'i planted a garden in Eden Clip of, on the east, 12 8 "$?ni Dp i^a CHiP Bethel o^(on)the West and'Ai off(on)the East; so rripp, [iasp, 3530 j os 1 1 3 15 8 18 6 1 S 14 s , etc.: similarly jpp on the right, i>lKO?p on the left, JWH? and (more rarely) D'?BO ow the front, linSD = behind (2 S io 9 ), 3»3D» Dt I2 10 + round about, ^BO, nSypbo, and bV0 (r are) = above, nnriD Ex 20* + beneath, TV3» on the inside, pno )i the outside Gn 6 14 + , ~I33» in front, at a distance, Gn 2 1 16 + , pirn» Ex 2 4 + a/ar off, ncMBO m»Wji, If? . . . np and . . . HSO n'SD on this side . . . on that side. And so even with verbs of motion, as Gn 1 1 2 DyD33 Tto E}ip as they journeyed — not from, but — on the side of the east, virtually =eastwards, 13" and Lot journeyed DfTpD east, Is 17 13 2 2 3 pirnp. irro they fled — not from afar but — afar, 23 1 whose feet used to carry her pil"np afar off to sojourn, 57 9 thou didst send thy messengers pirno"iy even to afar. With a foil, p (or sf.), most of these words are freq. in the sense of on tlie east (west, etc.) of ... , as Jos 8 13 Dp "t$ on the west of the city, |> EHip Gn 3 s4 , b jiBSt? (cstr. Ges* 130 "'") Jos 8 1U3 24 30 , l^pP V91 7 , 5> n ™?» Gn i 7 , ^ ^? 229 > r 1 r|,3 '? L vl62; nn^Mlind Ex 14 19 , i>«n"3 ns» 6««-aV Bethel Jos 1 2", ^W? 6e«id« it 1 S 6 8 , fT!^ "^J?"? 01 the other side of Jordan Nu 2 1 ' + ; p n ?pjl? beyond Am 5 27 ; tablets written Dfp"55| SJ^P o» both their sides, Vjsy-^p J e 4 9 32 + (v. further the words cited). So TVSnp on the side oftlie house Ez 40 7 - 8 -', b?K<» J«sto!e Ez 40 7 ; 1 S 20 21 the arrows V V are nsnj ^]BB /ro»i ifoe and hither = on this Bide of theej v 22 Nnbnj sjBB, c f. Nu 32" 19 . . Out of, Gk. Ac, Lat. ex: thus a. B*IPW om< 0/ Egypt : so (o) with verbs of proceeding, removing, exjyelling, etc., as K'Xin, "5f J (v. N5P), nW Gn 3", npb 34 26 ; 33J 40 " j ryisn Ex 8 5 ■^ 101 8 , BTI.3 Ju 11 7 , etc.; to draw out of water, a pit, etc. Ex 2 10 ^ 40 3 ; to cast out of the hand Ju 15 17 ; to rescue out of the mouth Am 3 12 ; to drink D13B 2 S I2 3 ; Dt 30 3 BnRjn-JO ^2y>), Ez 11 17 36"+ : pregn. with Tin Ho io 10 ", T31 Mi 7 17 to tremble (and come) out of, J"in ^ 18 46 (|| 2 S 22« -on), 74 11 Is 38" pe/n ( n i ifeg i eg .), Ez 28'° ^n, Ezr 2 62 ; cf. nBB n3B*J Dt 31 21 , Wf 1 13 . In this applic, often made more definite by the use of • • • ^IF"?, . . , n'lJB out of the midst of. (b) of the place out of which one looks, speaks, exerts power, etc., Gn 4 10 Nu 24" (^ no 1 ), Dt 4 36 -jiN* ns'otrn vodtinp •bp, Ami 2 JNB» JVVB ^i4 2 20 3 send thee help enpe, v 7 te*[> 'b$b snay: , 42 7 68 M 85 12 10 DrTTIiannO Itrni seek (their bread) out of their desolate homes (but Ew De as 1 b far from ; © Gr Che ^nr let them be driven from), 128 5 130 1 Jb 2'7 23 Is 29 18 to see out of darkness, Ct 2 9 to look out nii?nrrjB from the windows (usu. tjn), 5* he put forth his hand "linrrjp from (i.e. in through) the hole (in the door or wall), (c) with "ip3 to choose out of, Ex iS^ + oft., cf. with Hifl Dt 29 20 1 K 8", with VV Am 3 2 , Ex 19 5 ye shall be to me D'ByiVTOB nklD a treasure (chosen) out of all peoples (cf. with ina Dt 7« 14 3 ). b. of the material out of which anything is formed, or from which it is derived : (a) Gn 2 19 to form nDIKrrjD out of the soil, v 23 "^M 'oygo DS«  n^SD, Ex 39' Nu 6 4 Ho 13 2 to make' images DBD3B, ^-i6* DTO QiTspj, 45 '< Ct3 9 ; IS40 17 iinn x j m inni DBKB as made of nought and unreality are they reckoned by him (|| nu 1^3), 41^ flJ5 nm (|1 VQNO, rd. DSNp),"^62 10 brio ( a l. 6 c),'Pr 13"; Ex 2s' 9 - 31 its cups, its knops, etc., W rUBB shall be /row i< (i.e. of one piece with it), so v 3336 27 s 30 2 al.; (6) with verbs of eating, filling, etc., as nnt5' Gn 9 21 , Jb 2 1 M rmf) «g> npnp, ct 8 2 npwrt, an -^ 3 6 9 + , HJ1 Is 3 4 7 , JOS? Pr 1 8 20 + , jra'CT ^ 8 1 17 + , K*?D (rare) 127 5 : cf. Dt32 42 DTO ^SPI "VS^S, IS51 21 ; 1^ 28 7 (peculiar) '3"liritt v yE i CT out of my song I will thank him (69 31 '3), also (unusual) Is 2 3 "^IIP WyF i.e. out o/(the treasure of) his ways (al. part. =some of), ■f 94 12b WJf&fl V$*Q Ec 7 10 to speak np3Pip (cf. Rabb. f(9Xf), 0. of the source or origin : viz. (a) of parents, Gn 16 2 WOO n33K I shall be built up out o/her (so 30 3 ), 17 16 ViT 11)00 D'By ^B, 35"*: often of coming forth fB3t? Jb I 21 , T$- nD Gn 35"*, fyBB 15 4 , 1 S 2 20 '*■ give thee seed from this woman ; cf. Jb 16 4 NOB? "faO RE "». (6) of the tribe or people, from which a person comes (cf. 1 a), Nu 3 12 'IB* »33D . . . 1133 b, Jos 12 4 2S4 2 2i 2 Jei'+; and so of a person's native place, as Ju 12 8 Dl"6 JV3B [¥3K Ibzan from B., i 3 2 ny-]SB ti% i7'- 7 1S1 1 9 1 2S23 20 - 30 Ami 1 + , cf. Je'46 25 «3» pDK; IS48 1 Wig ITJBT "BB1, v * uopj enpn -vyo, 58 12 ^bb 03* (those) ./row th'ee shail build, f68 27 ^"IB" lipBB ye (sprung) from the fountain of Israel, Mi 5 1 Na I 11 (v l< fig.^pEn?),Zp3 18 ; Je30 21 Zcio 4 . (c) of beasts and things, Gn 2 7 nowrrfo lay, J e 5 s t£0 nn«  a lion from the forest, f 80 14 "IJsS "*!EJj c f. io 18 Kl? n "l'? ^ 3 ? man /rom the earth (terrenus), 1 * npJS 'ys;; Jb 28 12 nsbr p«B niDsrim. (d) 3?B Is 59 13 Jb 8 10 , esp. with reference to what is self-devised, Nu 16 38 *fe & % 24 13 1 K 1 2 ra Ne 6 8 ; D3^» IMj Ez 1 3 2 . d. of the source or autlwr of an action, counsel, or event: 1 S 24 14 yen N??. tJ^yenB, 2 S 3 37 h ■JPBnB nn'ri it was not from the king to, etc.; spec, of '*, Gn 24 50 nam NV B *3, Ju 14 4 knew Sin 8 ^3 that it was from J., 1 K 2 15 •B >3 b nn'n, Pr 16 1 20 24 is? nysB "o, ^ 37 s9 6 2 2 »njB>J «BB, H08 4 they have made kings, & 'JBB not from me, i.e. not at my prompting, Is 30' 50" CTP), Ez 3 ,7end =33 7 and warn them from me, 1 Ch s 22 13 2 2 Ch 2 2 7 25 20 (syn. OXB, Dyp, which are more frequent in this sense); poet. Ho 7 s P!0 non heat ^rwn tOT»i«, yjr 9 14 ^3y ^tfO a < the hands of my haters, 74 s2 Jb 4 13 fljp ni: ; jriB D*ay'B> thoughts (arising) out of, etc., 6 25 D3B npin reproof proceeding from you, 20 2929 , ^ 7 8 2 QTjP nin^n indirect lessons (springing) out of antiquity; Dn n 31 «BB D'jh] (Ko 1 " 241 ). As marking the author of a judgment or esti- mate (rare), Nu 32" ^^01 '"B D>p3 guiltless at the hands q/"( = in the judgment of) J. and Israel (cf. DV? 2 S 3 s8 Jb 34 s3 ), Jb 4" shall man be just r)b$Q at God's liands ? ()TWVV), Je 5 1 5 " (Ges Gf) ; so in *D »J n^bn. e . of the immediate, or efficient, cause (chiefly poet.), in consequence of, at, by (cf. Gk. airo, as Hd. 2 54 v p 2 •p •P ^rjrr)(Ti¥ airb e<f>tav ytvitrdai) : (a) the cause, a person Gn i9 S8 +JO n 91j? to be pregnant by, 49 2i i S 3 1 3 D^itsno pnjl wa s in anguish from the archers, Ho f HBND iT)5?3 (ni Dn nj>3 leg.: v. We), ijr 18 9 Na i 5 mod Win BHTt, Dn n 31 (accents) ; with pass, vb., Na I 8 UDO SB? Dmsn,
  • 37 s3 (cf. Pr 20 24 d), Jb 24 1 Ec 12 11 Dn 8". (6)
the cause, a thing, Gn 49 s4 his arms were agile 3pJT TOM 'Tia ./row the hands, etc., Is 6 4 the thresholds shook NH^M ^P*? (so ?1pD elsewhere, as 30" 33 3 Je 8 16 ), 2 8 7 IflflrfB tyn (|| 3), 3 i 4 - 9 Je io 10 Ez 19'° became fruitful £3^1 tTBD, 31 6 Jb 4 9 rO# Fli^K npffo? at the breath of God, 9 D1?: D*p rnp,' 3 i ffl 39 215 jo-atr inrapn , r*39 ll 73 19 nta^a-fp ran wp, 78 s5 pip f?nnp, " pB« D'JS bnfllP^ /rom oil, 107 39 , cf. Jb 7" (|| 3) ; so with " n!$»p at J.'s rebuke, 18 16 76'+; with a pass, vb., Gn 9" to be cut off i>*apn <pp, 2 s 7» 1tP t "jrnnap*, i s 2 & yfal pTfD are undone through wine (22 s is dub. : see 1 b), Ob' Jb 2 8 4 br W D"n3^?n ; c f. Is 34 3 Ho 6 8 . (c) with verbs of fearing, to ex- press the source of the emotion, as NT V' 3 7 + oft. (also c. "?«?), "ina 27 i ( J>roj Ez 26 18 , n«i Dt 8 s3 Jb4i 17 , Est 5' 130D Dt «S Dp-N^l ; with E'Q <o be disconcerted or disappointed, to ex- press the source of the disappointment, Is i 29 + oft.; with npb' tPr 5* Ec 2 10 . f. of the remoter cause, the ultimate ground on ac- count of which something happens or is done. (N.B. The line between e and f is not always clearly defined) : Ex 2 23 they sighed rmyrr|D on account of the bondage, 6 9 1 5 s3 Dt 7 7 not E? a !J? through, by reason of, your numbers did J. set his love upon you, Jos 2 2 24 to do a thing '"IJNTO out of carefulness, 2 S 23 4 i^P, 1 K 14 4 Is 53 5 wounded U'JIB'Bp on account of our transgressions, bruised OyjWJjy, v 8 Jb 4 19 Ob 10 Hb 2 17 + 6 8 Djrap »J* TWWfrom vexation (cf. Jb 1 7 7 : ^ 3 1 10 '3), 3 1 n 38 19 1 am concerned on account of my sin, Pr 20 4 fchrp tib bw *l"}.hp by reason of the winter, Jb 22* in/ 1 ?* ^nSO*pn on account of thy fear of him 1 Ct 3 s Ru 1 13 D30 ixp ^-ip- ,, 3 because of you: see also Dt ^67 3 > J U2 18 J g65 M J eI2 4 24 ! ^ 5Q M "" (Ew Ke), Ez 7 s7 (but read prob. with © ® 93 Co 03-n?), 16" 35" (AV out of), 45 20 Mi2"7 ,3 V5 n iz'ic^ 17 !^ 63 ; Gn49 ,2 redof eyes ?"P , and white of teeth S^np. Often also in 3ip from the abundance of, abs. for abun- dance, with many different verbs, as Gni6 10 ^0 IBB? tib Jos 9 13 1 S i 18 , etc. Similarly in IIS?. •Sft, ^?«? (pp. 35, 115, "7); and before an inf. (7 a), and in "IB^P (p. 84). g. the cause being conceived as regulative, |D occasionally approaches in sense to accord- ing to (cf. Lat. ex more, ex lege), Jon 3" pro- claimed in Nineveh vinjl "]ban 05?0» at, by, in accordance with, the decree of the king (cf. Aram. Ezr 6 14 Dn 2 s ) : so Jb 39™ (2 e (&)) ace. to Ges Hi. . Partitively (a sense connecting with 2 a (c), above):— a. Gn6 19 bbt> 0)& two out of, from, all, 7 s ; 39" . . . JD B*K a man (or one) of ... (so Nu 25 s 1 S 24 28 + , . . . |D D^BON Nu 16 2 Jos 2 2 + , 2 K 2 7 , etc.); Gn 42 18 send triK D3p Lv i 2 * 17 12 D|P &Px, 19 34 26 s , Ju 8" 1?? niap 'B>JKp, 1S22 8 , etc.; Ju 14 19 2K 2 I4 Is 66 19 ; ... jp Vpin j s i6 18 +, . . . IP tU^Ges' 130 ' 1 ) Dt ' + ; n ?6» "ON f 34 !l Is 34 le ; • • • r? * Jb 5 1 Is 50', • • • jo n 1 S 14 39 Is 51 18 ; Is 2i u -no nWo how much of the night? 2 Ch 31 3 njpi itJ^ayip T^ert. b. the number being omitted, IP is used indefinitely: — (a) =some of, — as subj. Ex 1 6 s7 DyrrfD WW there went out (some) of the people, Lv 25 49 2 S n 17 - 24 , esp. in late Hebrew Ezr 2 8870 7 7 Ne 1 1 4 •* 1 Ch 4 42 9 3032 2 Ch 1 7" 32 21 Dn 11 35 ; more freq. as obj., esp. with npb, Gn 4 3 rrenm nap K33 brought of the fruit of the ground, 30 14 give me ?1?3 WWTO (some) o/thy son's love-apples, 33 I6 Exi2'i7 5 Lv 18 s0 20 2 Nu n ,r 13 23 1 K 12 4 Is 39 7 47" Am 2 n Dn 8" + , Ct i 2 if nip^SO VP& let him kiss me (with) some of the kisses etc., yfr 72 137 3 p>X "l^p (some) of the songs of Zion, Jbn 8 (Ges RVm) +oft.; in late Hebr. note also • . • IP t?' 1 . there are some of . . . Ne 5 5 ; . , , Dnp , . . Dnp some . . . others . . . 1 Ch 9 281 - (as in' Aram. Dn 2 a , and PS 2165 ) ; . . . nspp some of. . . (as in NH) tDn i 2 Ne 7 69 . (b) to designate an individual (rare), Gn 28 11 and he took Dippn V. 3 ^"? (one) of the stones of the place (see v 19 ), Ex 6 a !»W9» niMD (one) of the daughters of P., Ez 17 613 Ne 13 28 ifr 132"; as subj. Lv 25 s3 Dn 1 1 5 the king of the south "IP* Vff and (one) of his captains, v 7 , cf. Je 41' Est 4 6 2 Ch 26"; Ru 2 20 Ktn «.^ap he is (one) of our kinsmen, Ex 2 6 . (c) in a neg. or hypoth. sentence (whether subject or object) = any, aught, Dt 16 4 -V2rrp fi&» t6~ and there shall not remain any of the flesh, iKi8 s JV133 sh T n»nan")0 and we shall not destroy any of the beasts, 2 K io 10 (cf. Jos 2 i 4S 23" i S3 19 1 K 8 66 Est io^ v 33'» <>-iayo n9T5>»-jB, jb 27 6, o;e *?ab ^pjjj *6 my heart reproacheth not one of my days : with DK, etc. Ex 29 s4 Lv 4" (cf. v 2227 ), 1 i B (DTO), v 33 - 36 -
  • H* i8 M 25 s5 Nu 5 6 ; ^>3P anything whatever, Lv
5 24 1 1 M ; cf. 1 S 2 3 s3 (1). (d) peculiarly, with a noun of unity, esp. "I^S, to express forcibly the idea of a single one : Dt 1 5 7 if there be a poor man in thy midst, T£S DSP any one of thy brethren, Lv 4 ,b if he doeth nsno nnKD any one of these things, 5 13 Ez i8'° ns ri&V) njttt) "inKD (where ns is a vox nihili) and doeth aught of these things ; 1 S 1 4 45 if there shall fall HflK Wtfl myfrp a stngrfe hair of his head to the ground ! (for n"ivV* as a nom. unit. v. Ges» m ' Dr), cf. 2 S 14 11 1 K i 5S . (Probably a rhetorical application of the partitive sense, though the explanation 'starting from one'= ' even one ' would also be possible. ^ is used similarly after neg. and interrog. particles, not merely with collective nouns, as %» -iJ U J_c nought have they of knowledge (Qor 18 4 ), but also with nouns of unity, as Qor 3" Ye have not 5JI .!„• aught of l = any) god, except Him ; 1 9" dost thou perceive ±L. ^ ■»!*-; even one of them 1 6 s9 there falleth not Ut« ( ° r » even a single leaf (nom. unit.) without His knowing it. See further Thes, and W A0 - "• » 48 '• 6 ). (e) (rare) specifying the objects, or elements, of which a genus consists (the Ar. ,jlllll ^» , min of explication, W*"'*"): Gn 6 2 !»S nra "IB'X consisting of all whom they chose, 7* 1 9 10 Lv 1 1 32 (be), 1 Ch5 18 Je 40 7 (-lefoo); 44 s8 and they shall know Dnoi yep Dip; HJTO^ whose word shall stand, consisting of me and of them (denning the genus embraced by 'D : cf. j^lSj J-rfU ^- JS both (of them), Abel as welfas Cain, and Qor 3 193 : W '■«•).— On fWD Je io", v. PS ad fin., p. 35. . Of time — viz. a. as marking the ter- minus a quo, the anterior limit of a continuous period, from, since Dt 9 s4 D3n« injn Di>p from the day of my (first) knowing you (so I S 7 2 8 8 + ) ; 1 S 1 8 9 ns6nj ttnn DWW from that day and onwards, simil. tLv 22 s7 Nu 15 23 Ez 39*5 Isi8 27 (where W.Vfp = tHn "lBteD; cf. Na 2" son ws = kvi tb»U njn?>; n^yni Kinn BMW tiSi6 13 30- 5 (Hg 2 1518 appar. of time back- T wards); WD from the time of .... (v. p. 23); )C3n-|» /row the womb Ju 13' 7 , n?K iP?;? i6 17 + ; . . . . W Ho io 9 Is 23 7 Je 36 2 + J TP',P idiom. =since thou wast born ti S 25 s8 1K1' (WO), Jb 38 12 ; DT15D /row antiquity Hb I 15 f 74 12 , Is 42 14 DbiyiD Wnn I have been silent since old time ; '"inyp from now, hence-/or</t Je 3 4 +, Btt? /rom to-day +Is 43 13 Ez 48 s5 , ntn BWJB Hg 2 19 . See also 5 c, 7 c. Cf. Ex 33 6 aiin iriD from Horeb, Ho 13 4 I am *• thy God D^lStp f^NO. b. as marking the period immediately succeeding the limit, after : Gn 3 8 24 D"Bnn b6b>P? after about three months it was told Judah,'D , 31 D<p;p fJos 23 1 Ez 3 8 8 , D'O^P after (some) days, tJ.u 1 1 4 14 8 15 1 , 0?P 4 P after two days tHo 6 2 ; D'P} 3np Is 24 s2 : more freq. with Yl or nxP T( Gn 4 3 W^ fgfc 8 3 Jos f + oft.; Dt 14 28 D*$ vfay nxpp, 15 1 yap nvpp D , 3B' (by which is meant not the actual end of the three or seven years, but the period when the third or seventh year has arrived); rnriBD after the morrow (had arrived) = on the morrow, Gnio M +oft.; -ijsano 2 S 2 27 .— 2 S 23 4 "ippP; Is 53" te>M b0VK>; perhaps 29 18 (Ko 681 ). Cf. 2 S 20 5 and he delayed "JJflU""|D beyond the appointed time. c. in such phrases, however, jp sometimes (cf. 1 c) loses its signif. : thus TND 2 S 15 34 Is 16 13 not from former time, but in former time, formerly, Gn 6 4 t&yp -f*, Dntaan which were of old, Jos 24 s dwelt of old, i/'77 6 days DTiSt? aforetime, H TJ}W? Dt 29 21 (p. 30). — t3ili3t5 lit. /rom near, i. e. recently Dt 32 17 , of short duration Jb 20 5 , shortly Ez 7 8 ; at hand (in a local sense, 1 c) Je 23 s3 . . (tJH) "15? • • • IP from . . . even to : very oft.: — a. in geogr. or local sense, Gn io 19 15 18 b"mn iron ny nnyo "vue, 25 18 Ex 23 s ' Dt 2 38 I S3 20 2S5 26 Jesi 38 V'72 8 + oft.; so with Rfc^D I I K S 65 (2 Ch 7 8 ), 2 K 14 25 Am 6 14 ; Dt 13 8 rflin nxp 1Jf| p«n nspp, 28" Je I2 ,J ; Gn47 21 insipyi D^fD^nai nspp ; 1 K6 24 7 s3 "TO insfe'p inaV'; Lvi 3 ,2 v^i iyi «*no, Dt 28 s5 ^n sjao ~[>"> nyi (similarly 2 S 14^ Jb 2 7 Is i 6 ). Cf. 1 S 9 2 nbypj iDSEto, 2 S 5 9 Jos 1 s 46 . b. metaph. not of actual space, but of classes of objects, to express idiomatically the idea of comprehension, so that the two preps, may be often represented by both ... and : Gn 19 4 fppyi ny?p from young to old (i. e. both included)= both young and old, v" 1 S 5 9 + ^p5?1 t^W = both great and small, Je 6' 3 E^npyi DJPipP /row the least T ° of them even io the greatest of them, ib. K^ap |nb~1$)l/roTO the proph. even to the priest every one dealeth falsely, Ex 9" + nana njn D1ND 6o«A man and beast, n 6 ny . . . HIPS "1133D 'ui nnsBTi 1133, 13 15 Nu 6* Dt 29 10 Txy aano Tco aKB> "15?, Jos S^+nsPK "ijn &xn, 1 S 15 3 (4 pairs), 22" 1K5" 2 K 17 9 = 18 8 , Is io 18 "Vt5>3 "lyi E'SJD = both soul and body, Je 9"; after a word implying a negative = either . . . or Gn 1 4 s3 3 1 24 - 29 m nj? 31DD either good or evil. The "iy may be repeated, if required : Gn 6' D1XD CDtpn nijnjn ban ly nom-iy (so 7 s3 ), Ex 22' Jos6 SI Ju 15 5 r% D"3?-nyi npp-ny] synap, 20" S 30" : without }0 , Lv I i <2 Nu 8 Similar is the use of p in the idiom (np»1) nbypj mf . . . ||p (also rut? . . • !?~lSn): v. p. 1 22 »; and cf. 2 K 3". c. of time, Gn 46 s4 nny 1J) WlMp ^om our youth even until now, 1 S 12 s Je 3 s5 ; Nu "; Ex io 6 ; 18" anymy -lparrp, i s 30^ K18 26 ; Is9 6 ^90 2 ; -foft; with two inff. Hos 1*: and implying intervals (not duration) Ez 4' " (cf. with *? Est 3"). d. there occur further (i) ~b» . . .' ft?, Jos 15 21 , Ex 26 28 = 36 s3 HSiSn-^K nXisn-JD from end to end, Ez 40 2327 Ezr9" HB-^-nBO; ^ 144 13 ] b* }K> from kind to kind = kinds of every sort ; with a verb of motion, Je48 11 /'io5 13 iChif 5 , and expressing a climax, + 8 4 8 ^D^S ^PID tt^ , J e 9 2 (cf. Rom i 17 ) : of time, tjHtfWO +Nu 30 15 , cf. 1 Ch 16 23 (|| ^ 96 s p) ; implying intervals, ny"7K nyiD + 1 Ch 9 s5 . (2) ? ... JO Ex 32" Ez 40" Zc 14 10 : of time ^ 96 s ; Jb4 20 : with intervals, 2 S j 4 <*. ( 3 ) n_ . . . ;o Nu 34 10 Ez 6" nn?a-i -onpp (so Ges Ew Hi etc.) from the wilderness to Riblah, 2i a 25" nrni RjfTO (Co Ko Berthol); without — , 1X5'. And of time in the phrase (implying intervals) nppj D"D»D Ex 13'°+ 4 t. 6. In comparisons, beyond, above, hence in Engl, than : so constantly ; viz. a. when an object is compared with another distinct from itself, Ju 14 18 Kb "TO pinErnp what is sweet away from, beyond, in excess of, honey 1 i. e. in our idiom, what is sweeter than honey] Lv 2 1 10 VIHKD toljn (nan the priest that is great above his brethren, Nu 14 12 Ez 28 s btiflB Dan wiser than Daniel, ^ n 9" + very oft.; Ho 2 9 nnyp tK $ aiD '? ; with an inf. (sts. c. ?) as subj., Gn 29" 131 nn« »nnp *ji> nnx inn aio better is my giving her to thee than my giving her to another, EX14 12 1 S 15" Pr2i'" 25' ^n8 8 ' + ; with verbs, Gn 19' DTO^i W) WW now we will harm thee beyond them, more <Aan them, 25 23 fffg DK?P D*?, 26 18 29 30 "DJ »*! nK^t? brrrm, 3 8 26 'aep np/re, 4 8 19 wpp bw, Ju 2 19 Dmaxo MVnB'n they have done corruptly more than their fathers, 1 S 2 19 2 S 20 6 1 K 1 s7 i4 9 Je5 3 Ez5 6 + oft. ; = in preference to, above, + 45 s 52 s6 Ho 6 s Hb 2 16 , after ina Je 8 3 Jb 7" 36 21 ^84" ("WTO) + : note also IP i>Bi Jbi2 3 1 3 2 = inferior to (Ew Ges: al. Hi; al. De); |P njtf different /rom Est I 7 3 s . b. when an obj. is compared with a group or multitude of which it forms one, esp. with ?ap, Gn 3 1 WW rnfe*n n»n PSD subtil out of all beasts of the field, or beyond, above all (other) beasts, v M cursed above all cattle (but without implying any judgment whether other cattle are cursed likewise), 37 s Israel loved Joseph VJ3-?3p out of all his sons, or above all his (other) sons, Dt 7 7 33" "IE* D'Jap rp$ blessed above sons be Asher, Ju 5 24 D^ap ?ll'3n blessed above women be Jael, 1 S 9 2b 15 33 18K D^D b$R |3, 18 30 Je 17 9 ?3P 3py deceitful above all things, 1^45" Ct 5 10 naa-ip yvsn ( c f. |p -ira supr . 2 a c- ez in eximius, egregius ; II. 1 8 431 W, i/uA in ndatav Kpow'Sijs Ztiis akyt' tdaiccv, ^ l|o^os 'Apyiiav . . . Kf(j>ar)v). c. sometimes in poetry the idea on which |D is logically dependent, is un- expressed, and must be understood by the reader, Is io 10 t b&T1<Q BtWtfl and their idols are (more) than (those of) Jerusalem, Mi "j* rDIDpp 1E^ the uprightest is (sharper) than a thorn-hedge (but We from), Jb n 7 28 18 ; ^ 4 s nyp beyond (that of) the time when etc. Ec 4 17 9 17 ; cf. Ez 1 5 2 . d. Q not unfrequently ex- presses the idea of a thing being too much for a person, or surpassing his powers : Gn 1 8 14 N.?B'i] ~oy ""D can a thing be too hard for J.I (soDt i 7 »+; cf. V131 1 i 3 9 6 + ). 32" W Wty, Dt 14 24 ViTP 1PP n ?1! '* = is too great for thee (1 K 19 7 ), 32" D3p'pT : bo c. OVy Gn 26 16 , n?3 be too heavy for Ex 18 18 ^ 38 s , ^ip Lv 27 s (too poor to pay), nE/j? Dt I 17 , "1? be too narrow for, 2 K 6' Is 49' 9 , 1VP Is 50 2 , r»? + 18 18 , "3DD Of is too high for me 61 3 , 135 65*; "ipp Bypp f Jb 15 11 too little for thee? D?P eypp fNu 16 9 Is 7 13 Ez 34 18 (v. BJ?p; also on 16 20 )'; oft. with an inf., as Gn 4 13 Nibsp ^iy bina is greater than I can bear, 30 7 their substance was W}1 n3E*p 31 lit. grrea< beyond dwelling together = too great for (their) dwelling together, Ex 1 2* Ju 7 s 31 ^nnp = too great for me to give, I S 25 17,> I K 8" KffiR 31, I828 20 33 19 59 1 Hbi 13 f40 6 Ru 583 T i 12 : note esp. IP 31 it is more than that . . . (= there is enough of), Ex 9 28 i K i 2 s8 , sq. subst. Ez 44 s (v. 33); and Is 49 s "? VpHf W.} "IM D»j3nf> n3{> <oo %A< for thy being my servant was it to raise up, etc., Ez 8 17 *lfc n'?b bgJJ] '131 nife'VO was it «oo trifling to the house of Isr. /or the doing etc. (less than the doing etc. deserved)? (but ?rd. nifc>$> on anal, of 1 K 16 31 ). 7. |D is prefixed to an infin.: a. with a causal force (rare), from, on account of, through (cf. 2f): Dt7 7 ' 8 D?™? * rnnKD through J.'s loving you = because J. Joved you, 9 28 (cf. I 27 3) 2 S 3 11 ink inN1>0 = because he feared him, Is 48 4 . . . ,r iiy ! !>? = 6ecaMS« I knew ... So in . , , ij>3C, 'JjllJaO. b. after verbs implying restraint, prevention, cessation, etc., as P1XJJ T^P Gm6 2 hath restrained me from bearing, rroo nbjp 29 s5 30': so with i'e>n 20"+, inn Ex 23 s + , rfy* 34 s3 + , "^ 36 5 , «9 1 S a 5 *+ , rotf Je3i"+, B'lwin;Bx3 , +,.B3H! p W. n fl' t Jos 6 M , 2 Ch 25 13 To)® TB>n . Esp. (a) after similar verbs, expressing concisely a negative consequence, lit. away from . . ., i.e. so as not to, so that not: Gn 23"' 27 1 Jacob's eyes were dim, Fltno away from seeing = so that he could not see, " 3 > J? ipB?3 (||v 24 JB), Ex 14 5 Lv a6 B NU32 7 Dt28 55 (his eye shall be envious etc.) nnp from giving = so that he will not give, Ju 6" iS 2 31 7 9 do not be silent from us p'Vf? so as not to call (cf. 1 K 2 2 3 ), 8 7 me have they re- jected OrAv ^>pp, i6' (Ho 4 e ), 2814" (rd. ni3"inp), Is 5' 8" 21 3 23 1 is destroyed Niap so that none can enter in, 24 10 33 15 44 18 49 1S 54 9 56" 58 13 Je io 14 njnp • • • ">ya? is stupefied so that he has no knowledge, 13 14 33 s1 - 5 "* Ez 20 17 Mi 3 6 Zc 7* a V 30 4 Qr» 39 s 6 9 M i 02 * ( after natf, peculiarly), io6 23 La 3" 4 18 Jb 34 30 * 2 Ch 3 6 13 . So in rritpjio 'jm^bn <fei« 7 WktmU wo< do Gn 44 17 + . (0) still more concisely, esp. in poetry, with a noun alone : 1 S 1 5 s3 has re- jected thee ^BD from (being) king (v 26 ni'np ^p), Lv 26" DHD, Is 7 8 DVP flffi shall be shat- tered /roOT (being) a people, <Aa< it be no more a people, 17' TfB "«», ttf" 52" •W?? I 3 VltOO BhflJ marred away from (being) a man('s), Je2 25 *|n»p, 17" fiyip, 4 8 2 ^P nsrnaii, v 42 DVP, ^ 8 6 hast made him lack but little DT^NO ut non esset Deus, 83 s ^P, Pr 30 2 ">5?3 t^NB »3lK too boorish to be a man; cf. Dn 4 13 ; 1 K 15 13 n^*3atp nip?! removed her from (being) queen-mother, Ez 1 6 41 njitt? ^n3l?>rn • and even T to express absol. the non-existence of a thing not named in the principal clause, as Is 23 1 '? J-pap "IIB' so that there is no house, Ez 1 2" (32 1 ' 6 ), 25' Dnynp, Ho 9 »-»-»-» Mi 3' Hg i 10 ?BB, Zc 7 14 9 8 ^ 39 s 49 15 ^"ban? «o that it has no dwelling, 52 7 7t}faQ ^ne? pluck thee up tent- less, 109 24 is lean fCtf? so that there is no fat- ness, Jb 28" 33 21 34^- 0ft - strengthened by pleon. pK or ?*, as 3E* pKB Is 5', 3En" ^ap v. pp. 35a, 115K Cf. Ko UL5Wt c. with a temporal force, smee, a/ter (cf. 4), chiefly late : Nu 24 23 bt* iBtpp a/i!er God's establishing him, Is 44 7 ol'iVDy 'P&p since I appointed the an- cient people, Ho 7 4 Hg 2 16 (?) Eu 2 18 Ne 5 14 1 Ch 8 8 DniK ini>B>-fP (cf. 6 16 ) 2 Ch 31 10 Dn n 23 12 1 (cf. 9 25 ), ^ 73 20 Ti?™ D ^na ajftw (one's) awak- ing, Jb 20 4 . . Once Dt 33" as a conj. before a finite verb. Smite ... his haters POPHP that they rise not again, poet, for D'PP (7 b) : cf. Dr in . — On iB^tp adv. and conj., v. p. 84. . In compounds :— a. *2JW?j n $9, P 3D , ^S^P, "isfl?, ?>p (common in NH, esp. before inf.' ; in O.T. only in 13^?, Kiabp (supr. 5 a), r6^pi>p, npp!)p, np^D, D^B^p, ps^p, and, si vera 1., DTinn n.bjjobp Jd 8 13 , v. n^jjp), nasp, i>SP, Dyp, nnnp; see *!}&, n«, etc. b. |pi» (^pis fMi 7 1212 ), with |» pleon., from = P?, but used almost exclusively of the terminus a quo, whether of space or time (cf. JP 5) ; — (1) of space, Dt 4 32 Ju 20 1 V2# n«3-iyi pipS, Mi7 15 - 12 (both ^P^), Zc 14'° 1 Ch 5'; pimp^ from afar Jb 36 s 39 M (on Ezr 3 13 2 Ch 26", v. sub i> IS); p nnnpp = underneath I K 7 3S . Idiom., esp. sq. lyi, to denote comprehensively an entire class, npna nyi ^nd|j t Ex 1 1 7 Je 5 1 t2 (WJf5$), n^x nyi ^xpb t z S 6 19 2 Ch 1 5 13 , bina ijj jbijp^ t2K23 J Je 4 2 8 , simil. 2 Ch 15" Jep 34 Est jj^ nto-ijn vipi» +2 S 13 23 , n;^ tan'^-y japi» nppisl 1 1 Ch 27***, cf. 2 Ch 25 s .— On rv'api* Nu 18 7 , see p. 1 io b . (2) of time (oft. foil, by *1$?), . . . lEfc Di»n pi) /row the day when . . ., fDt 4 M 9 7 2 S 7 11 (j| 1 Ch i7 10 W D'PJPI") Je 7 2S 32" Hg2 18 ; ...1'f« Q'Pjn nxpp^> +Dni 18 ; Di>n jpb sq. inf. (in appos.) fEx 9 18 2 S I9 2S ; Di s p|> sq. inf. (genit.) tJu 19 30 2 S 7" Is 7 17 ; . . . "on?^ f 2 K 1 9 25 (|| Is 37 26 »0»D) Mai 3 7 ; "|D^ D^iy nyi D^J? t Je 7 7 25 s ; Pirnp!> from afar = long before, 2S7"=iChi7 17 , 2"Ki9 25 =Is37 28 . JliWQ v. njD sub fUO. TmJO vb. count, number, reckon, assign T (NH id.; Ks.manH D1 HWB41S ; Ar. JS assign, apportion; Aram. )qy>, W*?); — Qal Pf mo Nu23 10 ; WjM IS65 12 ; Imp/. 2 ms. toot iK2o s ; «JM 2 K 12"; Imv.mp 2 S 24'; 7n/ estr. Htaffc Gn 13"+ 4 t.; i 1 *. njto J e 33 ls ^ 147 4 ; — 1. count, number (cf. ">pp) dust (grains) Gn 13" (J), cf. 3|?£ -|?5| Nu 23 10 (JE); money 2 K 1 2 n ; stars (D'?^ IBM? "D) 1^147*; flock Je 33 13 (symb. of peace); days ^ 90 12 ; people, army 2 S 24 1 1 Ch 21 117 , cf. 27 24 (object om.); 1 K 20 25 . 2. reckon, assign, appoint ^.n? Is 65 12 (with play on V? v 11 ). KTiph. Pf. mm Is53 1! ; Inpf- n W. Gn h w 1K3 8 ; Vg 1 K 8 6 = 2 Ch 5 6 ; Inf. cstr. flUDn Ec i"; — 1. be counted, numbered, of descendants Gn 13 16 (J), of people 1 K 3 8 (|pBD3) ; of sacrificial animals 1 K 8 6 = 2Ch5" (both || id.); indef. Ec I 15 . 2. be reckoned, assigned (a place), of servant of *• Is 53" (c. Vy&a m). Pi. (late and poet.) (B Aram, and % '?»);— -P/. "30 Dn i 1011 ; UB Jb7 3 ; Impf. fP^l Jon2 l + 4t.; Imv. JP^6i 8 ; appoint, ordain, food Dn i 10 , v 6 (sq. ?), officer v" (sq. bv); nights of weariness (/Olt W?) Jb7 3 (subj. indef.; sq. p); in story of Jonah, obj. fish Jon 2 1 , ricinus 4 s , worm v 7 , wind v 8 (all subj. ); obj. new TDn ^6i 8 (subj. '*). Pn. Pi. pi. MD 1 Ch 9 a appointed, of porters (sq. ^S). tnjQ n.f. part, portion; — '» Ex20 26 + 4 t.; (on TOO Je 13 s5 , cf. V' 16 6 , v. tjft); pi. nOD 1 S i 4 + 5 t.; sf. TVfVQ Est-2*;— part, por- tion, esp. choice portion, Ex 20 26 Lv7 33 8 a (all of sacrificial animal ; all P) ; cf.2Ch3i 19 ; also iSi"; of distrib. of choice bits Ne8 10 - 12 Est 9" 12 ; cf. also Est 2" (v. Dn i'- 10 ). Tn2Q n.m. maneh, mina, a weight (peril, orig. a specific part; NH id.; As. mand Dl DWB4 ' 7 ; Aram. J-Lii, NJ3S) ;_'o E Z45 12 ; D^D 1 K 1 o 17 + 3 1.; = 50 shekels Ez 45 12 (on D'tfcn for n^ton v. Hi Co) ; of gold 1 K 1 o 17 ; of silver Ezr 2 M Ne 7 7 '- 72 .— The weight of the mina was T V of talent ; i.e. ace. to older (Bab.) standard, 982-2 grammes ( = 60 shekels at c. 16-37 g.) = c. 2 lbs.; in Ezekiel's time the mina= 50 shekels = 81 8-6 g. = c. if lb. (cf. 133, Vid. Benz*"^ 1 * 7 " 1M Now Arch - '• *» u paQ . T [r?DO] n.[m.] counted number, time ; — only DOb TCJft . . . tfy$ Gn 31 741 changed ten times. T"3P n.pr.div. M«ni, god of fate (award, apportionment; cf. Ar. n. pr. div. Maniyydt, and perh. Mandt, We 8ktall " t » £&& No ZHQ A 18M.70. . J n Nab , nuo Eut N.b. No. % 1. 6> ^ ._ JDDD *}$ K^O Is 65" (H-iab) — v. Che Di Bae t[n3Jp] n.f. portion (=slTJ9, chiefly late; on form cf. Ges'* 5 -- Lag 3 " 81 ' m );— cstr. TOO 2Ch3i'+5t.; PZ. cstr. rfWD Nei2 44 ; n*lOO Nei2 47 "i3 10 ; — portion of king, for sacrifice, 2 Ch 3 1 3 ; of priest v 4 ; also Ne 1 2 44 rntan rtfJOD '3^>; of Levites 13 10 ; of singers 12 47 ; fig. 1130 Dpta ^ 1 1« (of judgment of wicked), cf. vh>W 'D ^63"; so qjlJjrrjjflp Je 1 3 s5 portion of thy measure = thine allotted portion ; rd. also (H-^njD for W*$D ,/, 68 24 (so 01 Dy Bi Che We) ; in good sense, 'pia] "pbn nje "1 yf, 16* "i i s the portion of my lot and my cup. tn^pn, nrEQJn n.pr.loc. (prob. =por- tion, territory); — (njOT Jos i5 10 - 57 2 Ch 28 18 ; nnjpn [ as nomin. v. GFM Ju "* »] Jos 1 9 43 Ju 1 4 126 ; c n loc. nnjpn Gn 3 8 121314 j u 14 15 ; ® e aii p a , ea/ivaBa): — 1. place in hill-country of Judah Gn 38 121314 prob. = Jos 1 5". Site unknown (cf. Di Qn38, a Rob BRH.17n.) 2 ^ Qn bordei . of Judah Jos 15 10 19 43 (assigned to Dan), Ju 1 4 "*M 2 Ch 28 18 . Mod. Tibneh, c. 1 5 m. S. of W. fr. Jerusalem cf. Rob BE " 17 Buhl 060 "- I96 . t'OpFl adj. gent, 'fin J u 15 6 the Timnite. tD"in r>2p]n n.pr.loc. (prob. = (sacred) territory of the Sun; WMM A *- U - Kur - 165 thinks perh. Eg. H'i-ra-td); in hill-country of Ephr., westward, Ju 2 9 = foll. (cf. GFM) = OafivaBa 1 Makk 9 M = mod. Tibneh, c. 17 m. W. of N. fr. Jerusalem, v. also Buhl " 081 - 17 °. tlTTp n^iy n.pr.loc. by metath. from foregoing, to avoid idolatr. suggestion (GFM Ju2 '»), Josi 9 H, 24 80 .
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n v. jru. [<r^n:n] v. n. -m.
~rtt v. to. T , 11. rroo, WTO^ v. not t)i:m n.m. dub.; only in '» .Tn) ^nnnKi Pr 29* 1 Ew Now tlumkUss one (Eth.oo)}; Di m ); DTK ma De "Brutstdtte" i. e. father of numerous progeny (Vpj); <Be Str (who cites A. Miiller), cf. Wild., rd. JVid ««n/«. D^D, HD^D v. ua. -fan v. 1»3. T t ; T n-fan v. to. [ffnjsn] v. in. njQ (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. 1L. Zenrf, $we a gift, i.ivL* toa», <7i/i! esp. of she camel, sheep, or goat for milking, Ph. ni"UD, gift, offering'). nri3Q 153 n.f. gift, tribute, offering (NH id.; Ph. nnJO ; X ""rot? ; on Ar. v. supr.) ;— abs. 'o Gn 4 3 + 8i t.; cstr. nn3D Lv 2 7 + 22 t.; sf. VlPiJO Gn 3 3 10 +3t.; + 4i t. sfs. sg.; pi. sf. fnmii ^ 20 4 ; M'nrao Nu 29*' Am f;— 1. gift, present Gn 32" 19 J1W (E), 33 10 4 3 1U5 * - M (J), Ju 6" iSio s iKio b =2 Ch 9 24 2 K 8 8 - 9 2o' 2 = Is 39 1 , ^ 45" 2 Ch 32 s3 . t2. tribute Ju 3«.w*« 2 S 8 26 = 1 Ch 18 26 , 1 K 5 1 2 K 17 34 2 Ch 17 s11 26" Ho io 6 f 72 10 . t3. offering made to God, of any kind, whether grain or animals Gn 4 3 " Nui6 ,s (J), 1 S 2 17 - 9 26" Is i 13 f 9 6 8 Zp 3 10 ; + (prob.) nnjen rri^) 1 K 18 s9 - 36 2K3 20 (f]phr.; usually regarded as = S^V nroo, but that much later usage). This gen. meaning poss. also in foil. : nnjDl mr 1 S 2 W (see v Mb ), " IS19 21 ; nnjoi ni>» Jei4 12 -, || nSy ^2o 4 ; II D^ Am 5 M (niVy gloss, to explain nnN); or these may shew early stage of discrimination. t4. grain offering (whether raw, roasted, ground to flour, or prepared as bread or cakes, see below. AV meat offering, misleading < RV meal-offer- ing. GFM 3tt °* n *** renders cereal oblation) ; — nine ^33 nroorrriK VP% Is 66 20 they bring the grain offering in clean vessels (restored Jews are brought as such an offering), cf. mine nrUD Mali 11 ; brought in hands Je4i s (late addit. Co); received from hands Mai i 10 ; iiri3D7 D^tsn 1 Ch 2 1 23 wheat for grain offering; TOO 1 Ch 23 s9 , mixed with oil Ez 46", baked v 20 ; disting. from other offerings 1 K 8 64 - 64 =2 Ch f, 2 K 16' 3151515 Is 43 ra 57 6 66 3 Je I7 2S 33 19 41 s (late editors Co), Ez 42 13 44 s9 4$"*** Dn 9 s7 * 40 7 ; used alone Ne 13 69 Ez 45 s4 4 6 6 - 67 "" 1415 Mai i B a** 3" Ju I3 19 - 23 (R, GFM Jud « M322 ); nruo 3^.y(n) evening grain offering 2 K16" Ezr 9 4S Dn 9 21 ^ 1 4 1 2 ; Tonn nmt? continual grain off. Ne 1 o 34 , cf. Lv 6 13 Nu 4 16 (all cases under 4 exilic or post-exilic). 5. grain- offering, always with this meaning in P, in classifications Ex 30 9 40 29 Lv 7 37 23 s7 Nu 18 9 29 s9 Jos 22 s3 - 29 :— a. 3<at ? grain in the ear parched with fire, with oil and frankincense Lv 2 14U . b. Tl?b fine flour with oil and frankincense Lv 2 1 6 7 ; else- where JOB'S nW>3 mingled with oil Lv i4 ,Ml " Nu 7 1 s I5 4.e.. Nu 2gi b + 6«. 29 3.9.U ; except sin offering of very poor where offered without oil and frankincense Lv 5"" 13 . C. T JD baked in an oven as ni?n perforated cakes, or , i? , i?"! flat cakes Lv 2 4 7 9 Nu 6 15 , nanori by on a flat pan Lv 2 5 6' 4 7 9 , or DE'tl'lO frying pan Lv 2 7 7 9 . All these always unleavened (J"liSD) and mixed with oil and salt Lv 2"" 13 . d. at Pentecost to consecrate new bread, nehn nriJD new grain offering of two loaves of leavened bread Lv 23 1617 Nu 28* e. barley meal without oil or incense ; I^Jp nnoip grain offer- ing of jealousy, Jil3] 'O Nu g 151825 . Cf. phrases "£>3n rinjjp morning oblation Ex 29 41 Nu 28 s ; 'b ja-i^ Lv 2 1 - 413 ; D^iss 'o Lv 2 14 ; D-na 'o Lv 6 14 . T 6. vbs. of offering are N*3n Gn 4 3 (J), Lv 2 2 -» (P), Is i 13 66 2020 Je 1 7 26 Mai i 13 ; 2 ,_ !i?n Lv 2 1 - 81 ' 6 7 Nu s 23 ; n'B»y Nu 6' 7 28 31 1 K 8"= 2 Ch 7 7 , EZ45 24 46 714U ; wpr 2 K 16 13 " Je 33 18 ; TOjm Is 57 6 66 3 Je i4 12 ; B^;n Am 5 25 Mai 2 12 3 s ; bwn Zp 3 10 ; atw + 9 6 9 , also ("d = tribute) 2S8 26 and ||. nnjn v. nnwo sub nu. OTOn v. oro. nn:n, niron, '•rirun v. nu. "»Xa v. njo. fi.^JO n.pr.terr. region of Armenia ; — Jesi 27 (HO-i-iS, T33ipK); = As. Mannai Schr. COTadloc.: KGF 174.212.520 ii. ^n, ■'so v. jo. *m + 45 9 v. i. [jo]. HV3Q v. njO sub H3D. t : T - Q^:Q v. [n^o] sub rbi. |J?3 (of foil.; Ar. ^ is praecidit funem, diminuit numerum, debilitavit; also 6e boun- teous, Qor 3 158 al., ^ a ^if<y whence Zerweck rr»p.Min4 assumes a primary mng. <o separate — either /rom or for (" zutheilen"), as the case might be). fn- []D] n.[m.] portion (Sim Hup al.); — injrp ^ 68 24 , but rd. (n_) .njD 01 Dy Bi Che We (v. ri3D supr.). — ^45' 154 4 v. 1. JO supr. Tn^ip n.pr.loc. in Ammonite territory, site unknown (4 Rom. m. fr. Heshbon Euseb. nD2n Dn Onom. 553, S3. c f Buhl """' **); Ju II 33 (® a X piS 'Ap&r, A €tr 2f/ioi«0, @L 2(nivft6); "0 'pn Ez if 1 wheat of Minnlth (cf. wheat fr. Ammon 2 Ch 2 7 s ) so Berthol, but dub.; Co conj. Wfft J1N331 wtaai and storax. [HD3T3] v. npue sub Dtt. t^JQ vb. withhold, hold back (NH id.; Zinj. yjD DHM 8 """'" 1 ; Ar. ^Il ; Sab. J>3D Levy-Os 23 " 31 "- 1865 - 268 ; Aram. V?o);— Qal Pf. 'D Gn 30 2 ; sf. »?$JB 1 S 25 M ; nyfo ^ 21 8 Ne 9 s0 , etc.; /mp/ TOD* * 84 12 ; sf. Oft 2 S 13 13 etc.; /m». V3tp Pr i 15 ; 'J»P Je 2 s5 31 16 ; Pt. fflb Pr ii 56 Je 48 10 ; — withhold, sq. IP Gn 30 2 (obj. jpirns), Am 4 7 (rain), Ne 9 20 (manna ; all subj. ); Jb2 2 7 (bread), 1 K 20 7 (obj. om. ; both hum. subj.), so Je 48 10 (sword), Ec 2 10 (heart), Je 5 s (good), Pr f- (id.), I 15 (foot); Je 2 25 {id.) 31" (voice); further, 2 S 13 13 (woman), Je 42 4 (knowledge), Jb3i 16 (poor), Pr2 3 13 (correction), obj. om. '1 subj. Pr 3c- 7 ; J? om. Pr 1 1 26 (obj. corn); cf. *2i 3 subj. '» (obj. Vnsb» TOnK || $ mm IDj), Jb 20 13 fig. (wickedness), Ez 3i ls,, < subj. (obj. rivers); obj. pers. '*< subj. sq. JD Nu 24"; sq. IP + inf. 1S25 2634 ; sq. i>, subj.'» *8 4 12 (good). Kiph. Pf. J>?p? Jo i 13 ; Impf. V?P! Jb38 15 , etc.; be withkolden sq. IP, subj. HTOD etc. Jo i 13 ; light from wicked Jb 38 15 ; Nu 22 16 (sq. IP + inf.); subj. showers (D33n) Je 3 s . tySC 1 n.pr.m. son of Helem (of Asher) I Ch 7 s5 . © IfJiava, ©L lafiva. y20Fi n.pr.m. and f. Edomite name. © t : • eappa : — 1. Vjpn n.pr.m. a. a chief of Edom Gn 36*= 1 Ch'i". b. son of Eliphaz 1 Ch i 36 (for Korah Gn 36 1 " 6 ). 2. JUOH f. Gn 3 6 22 = 1 Ch i 39 sister of Lotan (of Seir); Gn 3 12 con- cubine of Eliphaz son of Esau. 'wan, [hy:p] v. ho. [CEMtt] v. ays. CVpWQ v. ya. [rpjwp], njj«o v. npi. rp2ft v. p: 1 Hiph. mbtt v. rrVup sub 113. t : nttJ3T3 n.pr.m. et trib. Manasseh (in- - : 136 x terpr. Gn4i" as Pi. causat. */TL TUff) q.v.); — 'd Gn 4 6 M + ; "f?P 4i 6l + (on Jui8 :i0 v. TfO); c. art. (strangely), 'pn Jos i 12 + 10 t. (v. infr.); © Mav(v)a<ror] ; — 1. ia. Manasseh, eldest son of Joseph Gn4i 61 48 I "" 14I7M ' 20 , also 5 o 23 (father of Machir; all E), 46 20 4 8 5 (both P). b. of tribe, oft. + Ephraim (v. DH?S): ( x ) the P alt W. of Jordan: +a. 13 »J3 Jos 16 9 17 2 * ('DT»» nnrtsn), v 2b - 6is (all JE), i Ch7 29 9 3 ('tM B*^ "33; Jos T i 3 M v.infr.); 0. 'd alone, Jos i 7 ^»"»:' 7 Dt 3 4 2 (181 D^ISK H? ; all JE), 2 Ch 30 10 (id.), Jos 1 6 4 1 7 7 - 9 ' 10 (ail P), also appar. Dt 33" (poem), Ju i 27 6 1536 7 s3 Is 9 2020 ^ 8o 3 + 10 t. Chr ; iy. 'o nap 1 Ch6 M ; 13 npp 7q j s 21 625 1 Ch 12 32 (van d. H v 31 ); '» 70 npp TVXnp 6 46 (but on text v. Kit); 0*3$$ 'D nitsp "J? Jos 14 4 (P); +J. 'D D3tJ» "Sq 1 Ch 27 s0 ; c. art. 'pn t33tfn Jos 13 7 (D). t(2) of Manasseh E. of Jordan ; a. 'D iJ3 Jos 2 2 30 - 31 (P) ; /3. 't3 alone, Ju 1 1 29 (dis- tinctly of territory), 1 2* (but on text v. GFM), ^ 6o 9 =io8 9 ; 'BH 'Sn i Ch 27 21 ; y. '» npp Jos 1 7" 20 8 (both P), 1 Ch 6 47 ; 13 npp 70 Jos 2 2 1 (D), Nu 34 14 Jos 2 1 5 - 27 (all P), 1 Ch 6 56 ; 'npp <ty 13 'J| Josi3 M (P); 8. 'O £35^ "sn Dt 3 13 (D), Jos 13 29 22 1315 (all P), 1 Ch ; 5 «»»-» 1 2 s8 (van d. H v 37 ) ; IB^T? 13 EO^ 70. Nu 32 s3 (P) ; c. art. 'pn £33^ 70 Jos i 12 4' 2 12 6 18 7 22 17 (all D), 2 ' 2 9.io.n'.2i ( a n'p). Here belong also (chiefly) reff. to '» as father of Machir (cf. Gn 50 23 supr.) : + Nu 27 1 32 3940 36 1 Jos 13 31 17 13 (all P), 1 Ch 7 1417 ; and of Jair Dt 3 ,4 (D), Nu 3 2 4l (P), 1 K 4 13 (cf.T'3p,1^). t(3) of undivided tribe (never 'D BS*)':' a. '» P.? Nu I 34 2 20 7" 26 M 36" (all P); /3. '» alone, Nu i 10 2 6 28 - 34 27 ,b (all P), Ez 48"; y. 'o npp Nu i 35 2 20 13", is P.a npp Nuio S3 34 13 (allP). 2. son of Hezekiah, and king of Judah (As. Menase, Minse Schr cot 2kzi,^._ 2 K20 21 2^+9 t. Kings, 12 t. Chr, Je 15 4 . t3. two who had taken strange wives: a. Ezr io 30 . b. io 33 . ■faBjQB adj. gent, of 'd 1 ; only c. art. 'pn, as n. coll., of tribe E. of Jordan : Dt4 43 2 K io 33 ; 'pn t33B» Dt 29 7 1 Ch 26 32 . rWO v. n3». t : fi. D?3 n.m.^ 5 ' 27 usu. coll. body of forced labourers, task-workers, labour-band or gang, also (late) forced service, task-work, serfdom (X N?P, esp. in phr. XW9 "^ (implying late and [for BH] false sense 'tribute,' so NH &iDp ^J-P; -/unknown, prob. loan-wd. ; follows anal, of y"y) ; — abs. 'n 1 K 5" + ; Dob Jos 1 7 13 + , DBn , S 20 24 + ; pi. D'Dp Ex i 11 ; — 1. labour-band, labour-gang, body of task-workers for public service, formed on DDn by levy upon the people by Sol. "^liTf 7JJ*} hnfc -TfP DO nbbB» i K 5 s7 , amounting to 30,000 men v 27 ; nbyn nste 'an 9 ' 5 ; 'E> D.bj|!l 55ft Dp? v 21 om<2 ^oZ. ZmeeZ ^em /or a toiling labour-band (cf. Gn 49 15 Jos i6 10 ) = 'B' cbtf). DO? 2 Ch 8 8 ; appar. instituted, earlier, by David, cf. BWrt^J D?1K1 2S20 24 , i.e. had charge of the body of labourers, so 1X4* 5 s8 I2 18 = 2 Ch 10 18 . 2. a. of labour-bands, slave-gangs of Isr. in Egypt, only D'DD n'B> Ex 1 " ( J) £<m<7- overseers. b. of conquered populations, sub- ject to forced labour: V*0$ D ^ "£ **$ Dt 20 11 cf. Ju i 30 - 33 - 36 (v. GFM), Is 31 8 La i 1 '; so Dpb W n?5? Josi6 10 (cf.Gn 49 15 i K 9 21 ); farms' wi Bf$ Jos 17 13 , cf. fW tifa) Ju i 28 . 3. in gen.: najrDp? *TW Gn 49 15 a»i<Z /»« (Issachar) became a slaving labour-band (poem in J ; cf. Jos 16 10 1 K 9 21 ); cf. DD^ nwi n;»T Pr 12 s4 (here appar. of individ.) 4. forced service, serfdom (or poss. (in late passage) tribute = enforced pay- ment, cf. NH, 3!, v. supr.), only of Ahasuerus : "i3i n?7"^5? dd i&vj D ^- Est iq1 - . DO v. DDO. 2DQ, 2DJD v. 33D. "iapp, rnapp v. nsD. ipp v. nD [J^wp] v. T1D. f[nDQ] vb. melt, dissolve, be liquefied (Eth. ao(a): liquefy; Aram. NDD melt away, rkvr, dissolve, decay, coagulate; As. tnasA is wash; v. also DDd); — only Hiph. Pf. 3 pi. VDCn Jos 14 8 (on form v. Ges },6al7 ). Impf. B f. DDtp: yf, 147 18 ; 2 ms. DDFIl ^39 12 ; HDOK >^ 6 7 ; — cau«« to dissolve, melt, ice ^ 147 18 ; hyperb. HDOK Ifhg 'nypna ^ 6 7 wi«A my fears I cause my bed to dissolve; l*flDJJ Etya DM1 ^ 39 12 = consume, cause to vanish; fig. sq. 3? = intimidate Jos. 14 8 . . [HDD] v. DDD. 11, in. np!2 v. HD3. [nop] v. nop. rnbn v. it©. rCrtOD = nj*>g v. 1. tid (tSc). tPDp dub.word.,onlyin nytft?T% DPTipB* nap rvan 2 K 11*; Thes al. sub VrD3=for plucking away, i. e. repulse, defence, but very uncertain ; prob. text. err. ; om. © B "We Sta"' 36 *; ®L M«r<ra(. [inpp] v. -rD. fTTD^ vb. mix, produce by mixing (cf. perh. 3TD, T 3Tp Ba ES33 ' 5 ');— Qal Pf. 3 ms. '» Is 19"; napp Pr 9 2 ; wapo Pr 9 5 ^io2 10 ; Inf. cstr. ?]bp"l s s 22 ;— 1. pour, only fig., nanpa 'D D'yitf mi Is 19 14 (subj. '<); mix, c. ace. "t# Is 5 s2 ; i. e. make a choice drink by mixing with spices, etc. (mixing with water came later, cf. Mace 15 39 ) Low" 419 Fra 162 '- 171t Now*""- 1 - 12 ° Benz Arch. 9 s. ob j_ jv fig> sub j w i S( ] om p r9 " ; ^pp paa ^jse* ^102" my drink with weeping have I mixed (v. As. [a/cdZ] ul dkul, bikitum kurmati, me ul asti, dlmtu mastiti Zim BP34 ). TTJpP n. [m.] mixture, i.e. wine mixed with spices; '» &0 ">OPI fc] * 7% D13 f 75 s (fig. of a judgment). t^Dpp n.m. mixed drink (v. ^ipp); — !]Dpp Pr 23 30 mixed (wine), as beverage ; Is 65 11 as libation to M e ni. JDO, [rODO]T.T». . n3pp v. 1. 103. n.rnpp, [rows] v. ii.tw. TJSpp adj. poor, only Ec. (NH id.; Aram. id., v nmv> PS 2632 ; Ar. ^jCl, ; Eth. ^fittf: Di 382 ; /dub.; usu. der. fr. III. pD q.v.; perh. loan-wd.; ace. to Jen 2 *"* 1889 ' 271 ' Zim lbY " (,892) ' *» = As. muskenu, beggar, needy one); — alw. abs. "D :— D3ni 'D nb; Ec 4 13 (opp. £pW |J5T ^. Dan ts e^M 9 1S , 'en e*Nn v » ; as subst. 'tan v 16 the poor man. tn23pp n.f. poverty, scarcity, Dt 8 9 . nDQ v. I. pD. n^DQ, ViVde v. ho. [ippp], Dnppp etc. v. ncD (nob'). t [DDQ] vb. dissolve, melt, intr. (X Dpp ; cf. HDD, and II. DN») ; — Qal Inf. cstr. Dpi DDE Is io 18 ; like the melting (wasting away) of a DD3 (q.v.) Niph. Pf. 0V1) consec. Ez 21 12 ; DD31 Ex 16 21 + 1 1 2 10 ; 1Dp3 fgf+zt.; Impf. Dp? Dt 20 8 + ; 'DP?! Ju 1 5 14 ; Inf. abs. DQH 2 S 17 10 ; cstr. id. ^68 3 ; Pt. DD3 ^ 2 2 15 + 2t.;— 1. melt (intr.) of manna Ex 1 6 21 ; wax ^ 68 3 (sim. of wicked); manacles Ju 15 14 (= vanislied, dropped off); wicked ^ 1 1 2 10 (melt away) ; esp. of hills and mts. Mii 4 i^97 5 Is34 3 . 2. most oft. fig. of heart = faint, grow fearful, Na 2" 2 S 17 1010 (cf. Dr), Dt 20 8 Jos 2" 5 1 f Is 13 7 DO 9 1 Ez 2 1 B V' 2 •*< 3- ■?'• = wasted, consump- tive (?), i S i 5 »(iinnt??, rd. nj3J v. nt3 Niph.) <rd. riDNDJ worthless, lit. rejected (v. DNO Niph.) ■ ' Hiph. Pf. 3 pi. ttS^WJ Wfcl Dt 1 s8 c« ».<('. <o meit (= intimidate). f 11. [DQ] adj. despairing (lit. melting, i.e. failing, collapsing); — DB? Jb 6" to him who despaireth belongeth kindness, etc. f 1. [nDO] n.f. despair (lit. melting, fail- ing} ;— only XT?. D*B? n ?9? Jb 9 s3 at the despair of innocent ones he mocketh; so % Ew Di Bu Du > Ges Hi al. trial (by calamity), V HDJ. tDpfl n.m. melting (away);— W^ *»$
  • fe ' n ^58'like a snail that goeth into melting
(leaving slimy track). y©0 , 1. VUQ v. I. yDJ . II. V DP v. II. 5JD3. t^de v. nyD. ^D?a v. nsD. t : • ** : • NiDD?? v. NSD. nnspp, rnnspp v. nsD , 11. nspp, rn§Dp v. nsD. t["lDD] vb. si vera 1. deliver up, offer (NH "ipD ; Aram. ;~>« deliver up, denounce, betray, IpD ; Hom ZMG ,M - ,892 ' 530 comp. Sab. nD» take away);— Qa.1 Inf. cstr. 3 ^W^i? Nu 3 1 16 q$V (commit) a trespass against ', but rd. bin??, cf. Thes Di (v. Nu 5 6 2 Ch 36 14 ). Niph. Impf ^DB*1 NU31 5 delivered over to, assigned to (of warriors), rd. perh. ^Bf 3 (® f£r)pt0firjarat>) cf. Thes. rrnDP, mDio v. idx. , " V T [-Ipb] v. 1D3D sub -ID tripp n. sufficiency (der. obscure : Aram. JID'D , l^i.i , common in X <B, both absol. and cstr., in sense of sufficiency, enough; e.g. for Heb. 31 2 S 24 16 X, ♦"! Ex 3 6 7 % 6, Ob 6 £@, for 'Bp Ex 1 2* <5 ; )&>oL k-mi the amount of the debt, PS 2183 );— Dt i6 10 and thou shalt keep the pilgrimage of weeks IT ri3"|3 nptp ace. to (adv. ace.) the sufficiency of the free-will offering of thy hand, which thou shalt give, i. e. with the full amount that thou canst afford (cf. rfo ^ Lv 5 7 12 8 ; X «r»«p»«J nB'DS). •YiriDTD, "iflDD, "tflDtt v.inD. [•oyp] v. nay. [niyp] v. my. nv<o [-oyp], rnayp v. -uy. ^njra, nS^n v. ^iv- T : - ' TT : - t[*l^Q] vb. slip, slide, totter, shake (only Heb.);— Qal Pf. 3 pi. "j|p 2 S22 37 = + is 37 ; impf. 3 fs. iy»n * 37 31 ; fft * 26 1 ; P<. pi. cstr. 'ISfto Jb 1 2 5 ; — s%, subj. feet, (fig.) 2 S 22 37 = V 18 37 , Jb 12 6 ; subj. lntfg V 37 31 5 cf. + 26'. Pu. Pt. rqg«3 (= "100 Ges '■*■; or old Qal Pi. pass.,— cf. Ba NB273 ; — but pass, not needed here, read perh. 'to Qal Pt. act. v. Schwally 2 ^ 1 ' 1890 ' 176 );— '» 5>Jf) Pr25"(sim. of untrustworthiness). Hiph. Pf. ^~W^ (so rd. for .§ moym, cf. Sm Co Da Berthol) Ez 29'; cause to shake obj. D>?riD-?3, i.e. make them totter; cf. Imv. "TVOn (obj. td.) ^ 69 s4 . t'HJJfi (van d. H ""W) n.pr.m. one of those who had taken strange wives Ezr 1 o 34 . ® Mo8e8(f)ta, A® L Moo(u)8«a (perh.= foil., q.v.) t rV^JHS n.pr.m. a priest of Zerubbabel's time ace. to Ne 1 2 b ; ® K Maa&ias, ® L MatHTiar; appar. = HJiyto v 17 , ® L Mao-m (etym. dub. ; Thes puts sub my = ornamentum Jovae, but prop. 'yb='yto, VlW^conventus Jovae). IVp v. IJ^O sub T»i tnWS^D n.[f.]pl. Jb 38 31 v. sub TV; n^15!P 1 S 1 5 32 is dub. ; = above, as adv. ace. in bonds, fetters, Ki Gr Klo ; X Sym We Dr assign to v pj) = delicately, voluptuously ; but ® rpfVo,^ whence Lag Proph - ch * ld " prop, nni"? (cf. n'll'nN) Viy® = totteringly, so HPS. -Hyp v. -ny. n^^ (■/of foil.; meaning dubious). t[ny?3] n.m. 1 " 6,11 only pi. internal or- gans, inward parts (intestines, bowels), belly (NH id.; Aram. WO, ^SfP, Jjoe, l£L*J Ar. JS ; Eth. X<»ltHfr ;— on form cf. Lag BK156 Ba zMaxfu. 1888. 345^ ._pi > [D^VIO] cstr. Ifff f 7i 6 + 3 t.; sf. ,, y02S 16"+ 9t., , J«? V22 15 40 9 ; T?»Gn i5 4 + 6 t.; TO» Gn 2s 23 Nu 5 M ; VVO 2 S 20'° + 5 t.; Dn^o Ez 7 19 ;— 1. lit.: a. nsns vyo Tjb^ 2 S 20 10 and he poured out his inward parts on the ground (through a wound) ; cf. 'O n .?n a 2Ch2i 1618 , 'O W v 1619 . b. as digestive organs, but without precision, nearly = stomach, nyn tsyn belly, Jb 20"; Ez 3 3 (|| JB3), 7" (|| CB3 ; both c. K.7D), Nu 5 M ; so of fish that swallowed Jonah Jon 2 12 . 2. source of procreation : XT tE'K 'BO (said of offspring) Gn 15* (JE), 2S7 12 (IHP), 16"; 13 "KSKX Is 4 8 19 (|| id.)} 'B WTO 2 Ch 32 21 . 3. =womb, ms" TJBB D'BSS »# Gn 25* (J; || fB|), cf. Is 49 l (II <*),* 7* 1 (ii «•). Ru 1". 4. in gen. = mwara's, inward part, 'o ^ins doj . . .'si* ,/, 2 2 15 , cf. "0 *|ina irnin 4 o 9 . 5. fig. = seat of emotions : pity, Is 16 11 ( of God's compassion, Je3i 20 (||Dm; in both subj. of vb. WO); Vfl? I^q Is 63 1S distress, Je4"" (|| 3^), nonon <yp La i M (j| Z% a" (|| 133 Ztwr); inrn ^yp jb 30 27 (dub., v. Bu); love, vty «9n "JJO Ct 5 4 . 6. the external belly, it? flflf VVO Ct 5 14 . t [iiyO] n.f . grain (of sand), si vera 1. (NH H^O, seed (of melon, etc.), coin, Aram. Jooo, K?0 com);— only fpl. sf.: ^JfKSI ^p ^in? WJ Vnytp? *pyo I s 4 8 19 and thy seed had been like the sand, and the offspring of thy bowels like the grains thereof, cf. 93 %. De Di Du al. > pi. of [•"■J??] the entrails of it (i. e. the sea) AE Ges Hi Che 00 """'. — © it <5 x«Cs Tijf yijs, whence Gr vnnBV3. TOD v. mr. rtjna, fytt v. nv (cf. ny). 1, 11. (too, n2(i)yp, ""rtfyn v. py. TtD^yQ n.pr.gent. M 6 'unim, M e 'unites (usu. connected with JiJIO (v. pV), but dub., cf. Buhl Mom - «■•); — a people S. (SE 1) of Canaan (cf. Buhl' -);— 'Bn 2 Ch 26' and 1 Ch 4" Qr (Kt D'Vycn, ® B rois M«vaiW, ®L t. K.khW) ; rd. also D^lrtSno 2 Ch 20 1 (for MT BOiDyrip), so© BA (®LA W um« A t), EwBeKeOt KauKit; O^yB^J^amongNethinim who went back with Zerub.)Ezr 2 S0 =Neh 7 52 are perhaps descendants of those named above (2 Ch 26'). © oi Mtvaioi, but against 'd =Minaeans (Glaser Bkilzell.4S0f.gJ v> Sp ren g er ZMOxlW 0890). 506. [tpva] v. I. spy. "liyn v. II. my. T.J70 (-/of following). Mi"PT5?J2, i"W3 n.pr.m. of priests. 1. t:- |- t:- |- Ch 24 18 ascribed to David's time, A MoofaX, ©L Moofia. 2. Neh io 9 , Nehemiah's time, A Maaffia, ®L Maafiar. t [t2^/Q] vb. be or become small, dimin- ished, few (NH, Talm., id.; Ar. )a*S is to be without hair on the body) — Qal Impf. Byp? Exi2 4 ,2mpl. »jpn Je2 9 «, 3 mpl. Wg# Is 2i + , IBgpjl ^ A io7 m ; Inf. BjlD Lv 2V';— Exi2 4 nfrp'ni'np n«pn Byiy-DX if the house be too small for' a lamb; Ne o 32 T??} Byp^K nNbriil-b m (cf. Ges' 11 "); of a people, Je 29 s •WO?*^ Of BTI and 6ecom« not /eu>, 30 1 ' ieyp? xb"> D'n^-im, Is2i 17 fic.7 39 ; Pri3 n B1TB? ^3np [in diminishes (opp. na^); Lv 25 16 D^tfn B'yp 'Ml ace. to the feloness of the years. Pi. become few (Ges » 624 ), Pf. 3 pi. Ec 1 2 3 ^B31 rayp '3 nijnbn. Hiph. Pf. 3 fs. consec. np'ypm (Ges » 4 "), Lv 26 22 , 1 s. with sf. tfnpyprn Ez 2 9 1S ; Impf. 2 ms. B-yDTl Lv 25 16 , ^Bypn'je 1 o 34 , 2 fs.'B'yBn 2 K 4 3 ,etc; — make small or few, diminish: a. LV26 22 (of the sword) np'yprn D?nK, Ez29 15 criBypm, j e io 24 "i| 1bn3-^s ^Cypri lest thou make me (the people) small, f 107 33 B^yp: s6 Dnprni; LV25 16 Byp *b^ iropp tJ'ypn' D'JE'n ace. to the smallness' (few- ness) of the years, thou shalt make small its price, Nu 26 s4 B^ypn Byp^ Srbn: ns-in an*) ^fyD? and to the small (few) thou shalt make small his inheritance (so 33 s4 ). b. qualifying an action (sts. to be understood from the con- text), Ex 16 17 B'yppm nsnpn »pb?1 and they gathered, he that made much, and he that made little (sc. Bi?5>b), v 18 Nu n 32 tpx B'yODn Dnon mfcy, 2K4 3 WPD"^K B»P3 D'b? empty vessels wiaie mo< /ew (sc. in borrowing); Ex 30 15 i>i?^n rvjrnep B^yp: ^^> Sni n|T t& T^yn '1J1 nn? «AaK not diminish from the half shekel to give, i.e. shall not give less, Nu 35 s Jixp
  • C*ypn tjyon riNDI «-in 3-Vl and from the few
ye shall make few (sc. nnp) ; i.e. ye shall give few (cities). !01 subst. a little, fewness, a few ; — 'D abs. and cstr., B3JD Is io 7 + , pi. D'Byp t^ 109 8 Ec 5 1 ;— 1. a. Gn 30 30 ^ nM itrx tsyo Vsbthe little that thou hadst, 47 9 VH D"jni tsyo
  • n "it? 'B» /«(o and evil, Lv 25 s2 Nu 26 s4 (cf.
33 ») brJ t3"yen oyp^l. and to the small (few) thou shalt make small his inheritance, v 56 35 s K^yen Bypn mat, Dt 7' "bao cypn ddk ♦» D'Oyn ye are the fewest out of all peoples, i S 1 4 6 DIM iK 313 yB'inb, Je42 2 n3->np cyp »0"^3 "? we are left as few out of many, Ez 5 3 OWIi Pnppi -bdd3 tsyo h<' i 6 Byo S3ni nsin onjm (cf.v 9 ) ^,8 6 DVD8B Byo imenm, 37 16 p ,r !sS Byp nits 05W (cf. Pr 15" 1 6"), 2 Ch 2 9 M etgfi rn BWjkn prj , as pred. Nu 1 3'" 3 VBK Kin oypn , J s 7 3 BJD 9 npn, Jbio 50 Ru2 7 Ne? 4 ; Is i6 14 oyo i'k^ ny]D. — Ho8 10 tayo *S»{J*| and they begin as littleness {= to be minished) because of, &c; but id. prob. (©) nbteo oyp 6^ and they shall cease for a little (d) from anointing, etc. b. as subst. with foil, gen., Gni8 4 DT> OJJO a little of water, 24 1743 , ^N tsyo 43 2 44 = s 1 8 14 43 1 7^ nann fKifn oyp lit. the fewness of those sheep, Pr 6 10 +; as gen. to a previous subst., CyD 'no men of fewness tDt 26 s 28 s2 ; in appos., +isio 7 oyot6 n^ia ivonb, Ezr9 8 oyo n;no, Ne2 12 'By 'ay» in^l{l, Eco 4 ; either gen. or appos., io 1 Dn 11 34 OVO tJJ H|}£ with a help 0/ smallness. C. twice declined as an adj., ^ioo 8 D"»yo VDJ W, Ec5*T"m W P'^V D'taytp. d. as adverb, ace, of place, 2 S 16 1 oyo S35? TVp- of time, Jb io 20 "; of degree, k io 18 ego ^yan-nK n?y a$n&, Ez n 16 and have been to them for a sanctuary but little, Zc i 15 ; repeated tJJO oyo % ZiMfe, 6y Zi«fe= gradually, Ex 23 30 Dt 7 K . e. phrases: — a. with the interr. i, +Gn 30 16 "TIN SjnrijJ oypn nnpjl 'E^K was thy taking my husband (too) little 1 and (wilt thou be) for taking also my son's love-apples? Nu I6 9 " 10 ♦* DfO oyon nana dj Drrgrii . . . bnan is it too little for you that J. hath separated, etc., . . . and do ye seek, etc. ? v 13 "Tin"?'? D? -nnvn *$ . , , un^yn *j oypn Jos 22 ,rr - 'i3i aitfn drki . . . ub cyon, is 7 13 '131 *«bn "3 D'BOK nisbn D3D Oyon is wearying men too little for you, that you will weary also my God ? Ez 34 18 (as Ew Co AV RV), Jb 15 11 b$ niDiran *jpp oytpn. But Ez 1 6 20 (si vera 1.) was it (too) little because of thy whoredom 1 (was that insufficient for thee ? Ko" 1 * 06 '"). 6. "> oyp niy, +Ex 17 4 »J^ oyp niy ye t a little, and they will stone me, Je 51 33 Ho I 4 V'37 10 > '1 nyn? oyo niy tls io 25 29"; cf. Hg 2 6 Jb2 4 M . . +0yp3 fo'&e a little: hence a. within a little, almost (cf. ciA.'you), Gn 26 10 . . . 33^ Oy03 almost had lain . . . , ^ 73" Qr, 9 4 17 1 19 87 Pr 5" (all sq. pf.); Ez 16 47 JTO "TlVifm 0[J 0y03 like a little, and thou hadst done more corruptly than they; Ct 3 4 £3no *naj»» 0yO3 = hardly had I passed. b. with impf., just, 2 S 1 9 37 "pay -y OJ703 just would thy servant pass over; lightly, easily, quickly (cf. 8»' dXlyov), ^ 2 12 iSK 0yD3 nya» "3, 8i lb Jb 32 s2 . c. = shortly, 2 Ch 12 7 . d. —little worth, Pr io 20 D'yEh 3^1 n3rn Dy03. e. pleon. for Oyp, I s i 9 (accents) Tnfc> 05)03 a little remnant, V i°5 12 (=1 Ch 16 19 ) ra nnji oyp? • j»n oyps uke the littleness of a moment =for a little moment, Is 2 6 20 Ezr 9 s . ntSSnS Ez 2 1 20 textual error, v. sub ono. nttyn v. noy. [nEtayp] v. i. tpg- t^P only in n^BD 'D IWm Is 17 1 ; ace. to AV RV Thes al. n.[m.] = 'y ruin-heap, but form very strange ; © om. (corai ds inioo-iv) ; Gr prop, 'ys, Di ***p; <dittogr. from n'yo Lag 8 "" 129 Che No™""""- I878 ' 401 Brd SS Buhl Gu ,nK *" Du. t^'TS li.pr.m. a musician Nei2 36 ; ©N c '* Main. @L Mma. Qijra v. nyo. )yo v. sub py. OrW) iCh 4 41 Ktv. D^iyo. [^TJ/Q] vb. press, squeeze (NH id.; X T&q ; Ar. eUI rttt) ; — Qal Pt. pass. $9$ nTGl>rm rWl^) Lv 22 24 (H), not to be offered to ' reference to emasculation (cf. Di); iJVJni J'l??"'"' 3, ^"? 1 S 26' and his spear pressed (thrust) into the ground. Pu. Pf. 3 mpl. Jirn^ 13J)b noB' Ez 23 s there were their breasts squeezed ( || WJ ; unchastely ; fig. of intercourse of Samaria and Jerus. with Egypt, involving idolatry). TTjiyTD n.pr.m. father of Achish of Gath (on form" cf. Lag BN32 );— 1 S27 2 (© A w <i X , A MaaP, ©L Ax'liaav) = ri2Vp 1 K 2 39 (® ur)cra, A ®L Maaxa). t n-S?T3 n.pr.m., f. et gent. 1. n.pr.m. © M(o)<o^a, Ma(a)x<j : a. son of Nahor by his concubine noixn Gn 2 2 22 (J), ancestor of people v. 3. b. father of Ijn, a hero of David Ch 11 43 . c. Simeonite name 1 Ch 27 16 . d. father of Achish 1 K 2 39 (v. 'qtoD supra). 2. n.pr.f. © M(o)a>xa, Maaxa, etc. : a. Geshurite princess, wife of David, mother of Absalom, S 3 3 = 1 Ch 3 2 . b. daughter of Absalom, wife of Rehoboam, mother of Abijam, 1 K 15 2 2 Ch 1 1 20 - 21 - 22 ; rd. also 'D 2 Ch 13 2 (so © @) for MT n^D, where called daughter of Uriel of Gibeah (on this difficulty v. Be Ot, and cf. c). c. mother of Asa, and called also daughter of Absalom (as b) I K 15 10 , cf. v 13 = 2 Ch 15", (on this difficulty v. Th Kmp" lKiu ). d. con- cubine of Caleb ace. to 1 Ch 2 48 . e. wife of Machir I Ch 7 16 , cf. v 15 (corrupt, v. Be). f. wife of {btPV), father of Gibeon, 1 Ch 8 M a 35 . . n.pr.gent., © Moo x a, Mioja, Mo(a)ja ; dwelling W. of Bashan, near Soba, and Geshur (cf. esp. adj. gent, infr.), 2 S io 68 =i Ch 19", 'O BT.K v 6 (cf. Gn 2 2 24 supr.); = TttgD Jos 13 13 (+"W»), © 6 Ma X ar«, Ma X a&.— nsjo TV3 ^3K v. sub 1"P3, p. 1 12 supr., and P^K, p. 5. rDVE v. supr. najjo 3. t'TElJ'E adj. gent. Isn iCh 4 19 ; so "fl 'fl^Jffi? 2 S 2 3 s4 of one of David's heroes, We del. p ; rd. prob/BH rra Klo HPS ; v. also Dr ; of associate of Ishmael the Judaean 2 K 25° = Je 40 8 ; coll. = the Maachathites Dt 3 14 Jos 12 6 13" "(all + ^an; c f. n3J|C 3).—® Ma X («)«, Ma X ar(f)i, Maa X a&, etc. t /]7J2 vb. act unfaithfully, treacher- - T ously, a priestly word (P Ez. Ch.), chiefly late (NH id., act unfaithfully; Ar. AJLZ whisper, backbite, ilUL. perfidy, fraud); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. ^VO Jos 22 M + 4 1.; 3 fs. nbj|D Lv 5 21 Nu 5" + 13 t. Pf.; Impf by* Pr 16 10 2 Ch 26 16 ; 3 fs. bj»n Lv 5 16 Nu 5 s7 ; 3 mpl. ty# Jos 7', qjftfl Ch 5 s5 ; 2 mpl. &gt?n Ne i 8 ; 7n/ <a<r. 7fr$>, so rd. for .§ nD»i» NU31 16 Thes Di; — act unfaith- fully, treacherously, usu. 1. ?J?0 ?5?13 ■ a. abs. D^na in </(« matter of the devoted thing (the sin of Achan) Jos? l ( JE ). 22 20 (P), cf. Lv5 ,5 (P), Ch 36" Ez 1 4 13 1 5 8 1 8 24 . b. wife against (3) husbandNu 5 1227 (P; marital infidelity), c. else- where ag. (3) God, Lv26 40 (H), 5 21 Nu5 6 3 i 16 (?) Jos 22 1631 (ail P), 1 Chio 13 28 19 Ez 17 20 20 27 39 s6 Dn 9 7 . 2. usage without ?J?P (only late) : a. VS bw vb BB0D3 Pr 1 6 ,0 let not his (the king's) mouth act treacherously against justice (RV in judgment), b. elsewhere against God, c. 3 , Dt 32 M (P), iChs 25 12 2 26 K 30 7 Ezrio 2 Nei 3 27 EZ39 23 ; without?, 2 Ch 26" 2 9 6 Ezr io 10 Ne i 8 ; D'ins 1 Ch 2 7 . fi. 7^0 n.m. Klr9,2 unfaithful, treacherous act (NH n^V»);— 'o Lv5 ,5 + 16 t.; % Nu 5 12 +2 t.; sf. l^gD Ez 1^+ 4 t.; C)bj|p Ez 39 s6 + 3 t.; — 1. ag. man: i>y» 1NB0 Jb 2 ^faith- lessness remains (cf. NU5 1227 Pr 16 10 under ?$?). 2. elsewhere ag. God, c. 3, Jos 2 2 22 (P); with- out 3, 1 Ch 9 1 2 Ch 29" 33 19 Ezr 9 24 io 6 .— i>y» elsewhere only c. ?$?I3 q.v. (1 ; all cited). niyo t b^Q n.m. 182,19 robe (Thes conj.orig.mean- ing cover for-Zi'jjD, cf. TO ; Ba E815 comp. Ar. s *jL. an outer garment, but against this Sta ThL *' Apr. 28, 1894, =35) ._/,j Ex 2 g31 + jg fc; gf ^Vrflp , g 27 ; ibvo Jbi !0 2 12 + 4t.sg.; pi. t^h"? 2 S13 18 , (but del. We Klo Kit Bu SS ; orig. gloss oSiVD WeKitBu); D.T^VD Ez 26 16 ;— exterior gar- ment, ro6e, worn over the inner tunic 13713 : . worn by men of rank: Saul and Jonathan 1 S 18 4 24 512 -' 2 ; princes of the sea Ez 26 16 ; Job Jb j 20 2 12 ; Samuel 1 S 15 27 28"; Ezra Ezr 9"; David clothed with }*I3 'o 1 Ch 15 27 (in the procession of the ark) ; the child Samuel had f'Bg'0 1 S2 19 j— (it had a skirt *p iSiS 2 ^" 2 ' 2 ). . worn by the daughters of David 2 S 13 18 (but prob. del., v. supr.) 3. robe of high priest (only P): liBKPl ^y», made of purple stuff, Ex 28 31 29 s 39**; $»jo niDX 2 8 4 ; ^jnsn Lv8 7 , having Vjnpn *J*> skirts Ex 28 s4 3 9 24 - 25 - 26 , around which were alternate coloured pomegranates and golden bells, and TJttSn B, a n opening or hole by which it might be drawn over the head 39 s8 . 4. fig. of attributes (of '», and of men), nsop Is 17 ; np-ix 61 I0 ; uatyo Jb 29 14 ; nea^io9 M . 11. bv'o v. sub rbv. byo v. by, fee], nhyn, rhyv v. sub nby. fctyo, hbyn] v. bby. [tWJl "TCVtt v. *ioy. nDOyn v. Day. T -: - J7 t t: t t t -: - EPfQgB v. pay. jya v. njjio sub I. njf. rnyp, nara, rroyio v. i. ™». no&na v. pp. T^Q (/of foil. ; perhaps =be wrathful, cf. Ar. ^jaxSi be enraged; cf. also n.pr.m. )'yj? , '!'^> supr. p. 27). t yy?2 n.pr.m. in Judah 1 Ch 2 W ; © Maar. nnsyo v. 3vy. -rsya v. nvy. [rcf$?b] v. [nsyto] sub fy -lisVQ- "•SS'O v - ^vy. nf?vn v. npp. Oic?(3j»o v. vps. -yh, rrj^Q v. my. 1. mm v. I. any. . 3-wo, nmyn v. in. any. myn 592 mso v. I. -ny. m-WE i S 17 23 Kt v. nanyo sub -py. ^-wp, nrwp, rcngo v. tj>. [o^anyo] v. 11. -«y. nsnyp v. py. JT>VQ v. rny. T-: - r 'ipyE, •'toyp, rvjtoyp, vntogtt v. rm. "itpyp v. ■**. rnpttfrp v. pt?y. TP]P n.pr.loc. Memphis (Eg. Mr-nfr, i.e. M&nnuftr, *Mennufe, Steindorff BA81KMf -; As. J/emp, Mimpi, Schr 0011 " 9 - 13 Dl p,r314 ; cf. Erman J! «* , " ,,, * i - 243 Eb clceroMl114 '-; ® (and Gk) ■ Mffxpu, on coins M«n£»(s) Steind. ,c -); — 'd Ho 9 s =«li Is 1 9 13 Je 2" 44 1 46 1419 Ez 30", and *Jf "l*J DDV v 16 (without clear meaning, prob. txt. err. Siegfr ,nK » a ; ® (appar.) Dn'D'D «bl <md irtetV waters shall be dispersed (cf. Na 3*); Co 1X1B31 iTmoin and its walls shall be torn down) ; *li also v 15 (for MT ») © Co. saoo v. yjs. nso, nsD v. nsj. t : • t - ' - - n&PWpp v. '3no BU b an. T CEp n.pr.m. family name in Benjamin, Gn 46 21 , @ Ma^<j>€tv; but 1 Ch 7 12 DSt? q. v . ypQ v. ps, fXB, fB3. bsp nVsp n^sa v. bss. T - T T ~ ' V V - [HN^pp] v. nba. [na^pp] v. j!>b. tt'ppp v. taijB. ri^fpp v. pe. [to^pp] v. k^sD^B. [Syso, n^EO] v. i>ya. ▼ : • t t : • J WEp v. nya'D 8 ub ys [yEp], ypp v. j*}. -»j5Ep v. npB. [rj?P] v. p*. [rijrJEp] v. piB. [fenEO] v. fens. nytoEtt v. y'B>B. T • ' T T : • n^pP, [nriEp] v. nns. jripp v. ;ns. yp isi6 4 v. po. yp v. po.
    • ^9 <M vb - attaln to > flnd ( NH id -; A »-
m«?!J, D1 BWB421 , Eth.cwXk: come,arrive; Aram. [Ij» find], Pt. pass. Jlao afcZe, powerful, and deriv.; cf. No z *°"- ,88e ' 736 Dr 1823 ' ,; );— Qal P/. 'D Gn 2 20 + , sf. taXO Jb 3 1 M , 3 fs. HXXp Gn 8 9 + , sf. UnKXD J u 6" Ne 9 32 , CriNSD Ex 18 18 ; 2 ms. riKSO Gn 3 i 37 +; 1 s. "TINXD Gn i8 3 +, 'nXO Nu 1 1 11 , sf. VnNX? Ct 3 12 , ^.TriKSD Ct 5 6 ; 3 pi. ttXj? Ju 2i u + ; sf. VUKXD Jb'37 23 , etc.; /»»;>/. KXD? 1 S24 M + , 3 fs. NJtbn 1 S i' 8 +; 3 mpl. 18XD? Ju 5 30 + , sf. in«S»> Jb 20 8 , *mW- Pr I 28 8"", VwKXD? Je ■*; 3 fpl. JKXpn Dt" 3 i' 21 etc. ; Imv. KXO 1 S 20 2 ' 36 , "NXO? p r 3 4 ; mpl. WXD Je 6 16 ; fpl. JKXD1 Ru i 9 ; /n/ NX?, KiXD ^ 3 ' 2 «  Gni9 n + , sf. D?«Xb3 Gn 3 2 20 [ = D?KXD Ges i74.s.B.2j. p< N? rto^ IX9 » n ^ D Ec ^ '^^Sb Gn4 u PrS 35 ; fs. abs. JINXb 2S18 22 , HKyiD Ct8 10 ; mpl. CJ^Xb NU15 33 , cstr. Wfb Pr8 9 ; fpl. abs. Tl'iKXb Jos 2 23 , etc.;— 1. find/ a. thing sought, c. ace. rei, straw Ex 5" (J), water Gn 26 s2 (J), cf. v 19 , Ex 1 5 s2 (J), grass 1K18 5 , help, consort, Gn z 20 (J), cf. Pr i8 22 + ; with idea of attaining to, arriving at, a resting-place Gn 8 9 (J)Is 34 "cf. ^3nNXDniBX^8 4 4 , Je4 5 3 Lai 3 ; of marriage Ru i 9 ; of finding place for temple + 132 6 ; fig. D3K>B3i> jrtaiO 1KXKA J e 6' 6 and find quiet for yourselves; find grave Jb3 M ; reach cities 2 S 20 6 (where rd. NXO? Vrss Th Dr Kit Bu), cf. ■fyio']*; find = secure prey, booty, plunder Gn 2 7 20 ( J ), Ju 5 30 2 1 12 1 S 1 4 30 cf. 2 Ch 20 25 Pri 13 ^ii9 162 ; of securing gain H012 9 ( + V; -}?V), Jbsi 25 ; so perhaps also abs. ft riNXb nnVca 2 S 18 22 there is no news securing gain i. e. such as to bring you a reward (cf. Th Dr; but text dub.); secure as crop Gn26 12 (J), cf. Ec 1 1 ' ; = acquire, get wounds and dishonour Pr 6 s3 ; 'B V;V3 [n 'DJind ( = gain, secure)/af<mr in the eyes o/any one : of tGn 6 s Ex 33 12 13 - " II 34 9 (allJ),Nun»"(JE),Ju6" 2 Si5 !6 t; oftener of men Gn 18 3 19 19 30 27 32 e + 8t. Gn (all J), Nu 3 2 5 (JE), Dt2 4 ' 1 S i 18 +7t. S, 1 K 1 1 19 Ru 2 21013 Est 5 8 7 3 ; 'B "3bJ) fPI 'O +Est s ; tibf nsxioa n^ya wn w tct8 10 ; abs. «XO iJe^'Prs^zS^f-.^seek and find 1 S 20 21 (arrows), so v 36 ; fig. of grounds of accusation Jb 33 10 he succeeds in finding; so also Is 58 3 13 ; find knowledge of God Pr 2* cf. 8", word of' Am 8 12 , words of wisdom Pr 4 s , wisdom Jb 32 13 Pr 24'* (v. also infr.); ransom Jb3 3 M ; life PrS 33 (Qr «XD; >Kt 'NXD, i.e. 'KXb De Str Wild), 21 21 ; c. ace. pers. Gn ,3S (E), «2?3 i S c,' 313 i K i 3 13 14 cf. I8 26 - 28 - 30 (J), 41 v*, + ; of pursuit Jos 2 12 (J); find '" tHo5 6 Dt 4 M Je 29 13 Jb 23 s ^ 32°+ Ho 6 3 (rd. XTSffl inxso? g, for MT iKSb |tej nn^ Gie Beltr - '••""• Krlt. 208 We Now ^ . SQ posS- a l so ^j. om ) J e io 18 (so Gf.; 33 Or rd. Niph.; Gie «£»*;), (Jb 37 ra 11" 7 v. infr.); find wisdom (personif.) Pr i 28 gir.w c f jis y>. what is lost, missed, c. ace. rei, Gn 3I 3233 - 343537 (E), 1 S 9 44 Dt 2 2 3 Lv 5 s2 ' 23 (P), Gn36 2< (P) + ; nnjsn K'xofi «t{«*JJ Gni9 u and they grew weary in finding the door; find a word (to say) Ne 5 s Ec 12 10 , answer Jb 32 s , vision from La 2 9 ; c. ace. pers. Gn 38 20 ' 22 - 23 (J), 2 S 17 20 1 K 18 1012 2 1 20 - 20 2 K 2 17 Ez 22 30 Pr 7 16 Ct 3 1 ' 2 ' 4 5 s + . C. meet, encounter, c. ace. pers. (one expected), Gn 32 20 (E), 2 K 9 21 3e^i n 2 Ch 20"; cf. also Nu 35 2 ' (P). A. find a condition, find one in a situation; B^OTJ 1^ tJ K^ ; Dt 22 14 cf. v 17 24 1 ; Dr6} . . • ^T™ '»*! 2 K 19 8 and 7ie found the king of Assyria warring against Lachish=Is 3 7 8 ; |?W i^""* '»' Ne 9 9 ; 1BD3 3ir)3 'D Ne 7* 8"; esp. late, I Ch 20 2 2 Ch 25 s Dn i^Ec 7 26 . e.=learn,deviseEc 7 27 - 27 - 29 . f. = experience sorrow yjr n6 3 , cf. Ec 7 14 . 2. find out: a. find out thoroughly, explore: obj. God Jb 1 1 7 - 7 37 ra ; God's works Ec 3" gi7.i7.i7 j c f ^m fb- = detect sin, crime, usu. in (n) one, 2 K 17 4 1 S 29 s6 - 8 Ho 12 9 ; ncrtND n' x 3 'O N? 1 S 1 a 5 ; detect evil in God JeV; subj. God Je 2 M 23"; T"}?? ft( '° Gn 44 ,6 (J), cf. ^36 3 ; abs.^io 15 i7 3 t. C.=guess, solve riddle Ju 1 4' 218 cf. Pr 8' 2 . 3. = come upon, light upon: a. often unexpectedly = happen upon, c. ace. rei, money Gn 44 s (J), book 2 K 22 8 2 3 24 =2Ch 34 141S , cf.Ne 7 s ; honey Pr 25", ship Jon i 3 ; a plain Gn 1 1 2 (J), jawbone Ju 15' 5 ; ark of '"^ 1 32" (ace. to some, but dub.; Bae prop. flUKJrtn); iudef. EZ3 1 (del. © Co); c. ace. pers.=mee<, fall in with Gn 4 14 " cf. Je 50 7 Gn 37 1517 (all J), 1 S 9" 30 11 Dt 2 2 a25 - 27ffl 1 K 13 24 20 3S 2 K 4 29 io 1316 Ct 3 3 5 7 - 8 8 1 ; come upon=dwcoi;er,Nu 15 2233 ; of meeting(finding) Isr. in desert Ho 9 10 cf. 12 s Dt 32 10 ; angel finding Hagar Gni6 7 (J); finding David yjr 89 21 . b. hit, c. ace. pers., subj. bowmen S3i 3 =iCh io 3 ; subj. axe Dti9 5 . c. subj. hand Is io 14 (fig., in metaph., of reaching nests), cf. v 10 , 1 S 23 17 (of Saul's taking David), ^21* (sq. % v» (c. ace); nVC$£ ?£ NSOFl IS* % Ec 9 10 ; sin (i.e. its punishment) will light upon you Nu 32 s3 . d. tsubj. fire, nKXCI VQ KSn "3 D'S'p Ex2 2 5 (E). te. befal, c. ace. pers. Jos 2 a (JE) ; of evil Gn 44" (J), Dt 4" 31™* Ju 6 13 2 K 7 9 Jb 31 29 f 1 16 3 1 i 9 l4S Est 8 6 ; subj. WJfl Ex 18 8 (E), Nu 20" (JE), Ne 9 M t. Ac. noteworthy phrases are : 1]J' T 'DB "i^K? Ju 9 s3 ace. to what thy hand findeth, i.e. as the occasion may demand, so 1 S 10" (c. ace; cf. Ec 9 10 3 c) ; but 2 5 s = what thou chancest to have, cf. ant "b-2 'd yfc Nu 31 s0 (P); *nNso? tib Jb 2o 8 = and he shallnot be, shall no longer exist, c f . Is 4 1 l2 ; Ec 9 1S they found in it= there happened to be in it; ^Bnnb "Qb-nK 18 2 S 7 s7 he found the heart (took courage) to pray= Ch I7 2s (om. i:6"nK, perh. ancient text, err.) ; DfJ'T 1NSO *6 ■^76* they did not find their hands, were not able to use them, were paralyzed ; BXXD 1JTJ Jl»n Is 5 7 10 = (perh.) experience renewal of thy strength (cf. 1. njn p. 312 supr. Che Comm -; for other interpr. of 'n, fT, v. Ew Di Du Che Hp, ) ; KX01 •tf^Kj n3 Lv25 2S = and A^wd (that he has) enough for its redemption (cf. ^), so TTJ nXXD ^n *j v 28 , nb> »>i pit 'en I2 8 (cf. span 5 7 ); without «!, |1 0$ ISfD nV 1 ) Ju 2i 14 = (prob.) and they (the Israelites) did not find enough for them, even so (cf. GFM); also Orb KXD1 Nu 1 i 22 ' 22 (JE)and so onefind(= there be found) enough /or «A«j» (cf. Niph. Jos 17 16 Zc io 10 ). tKiph. P/. NSO? 1 S is^ + j 3 fs. fiNWM J6 48 27 Kt Gf;<KXtM Qr Gie; 2 fs. ntOSM Je 50 24 ; 1 s. "HNS?? ' Is 65 1 , TINSEL consec. Je 29"; 3 pi. WSMDt 22 30 + , 1KSO?n 1 Ch 29 17 (•n = rei, cf. Da 8 """- • m B ' 4 Ko s ""- * ") ; Impf. «SQ^ Gn 44 9 +; 3 fs. KSl?ri Ex 2 2 3 +; 2 fs. WfOfi Ez 26 21 ; 3 mpl. i1«S]?: Gn iS 2930 - 31 - 32 , WSBJI i'ch 24 4 2 Ch 4 16 ; 3 fpl. ruvxveri J e 50 20 ; /n/. xsen Ex 22 3 ( = Inf. abs. cf. Ba 1 " 74 ), sf. ^p Is 55 s ; P«. KXD? Ju 2o 48 + , fs. ntfSO? 2 K 19 4 = Is 3 7 4 ; pi. D"NSW 1 S I3 I6 + 1 1 1.; Q'Ntt?? only Ezr 8 25 ; 8f. 2 fs. ^NSD3 Is 22 3 ; niRXD? Gn 19 15 Ju 20 48 ; — pass, of Qal, be found : 1. a. of a thing lost (asses) 1 S 9 20 io 216 ; stolen Gn 44 910121617 (J), Ex 2 1 16 (all c. T3); sought, wisdom Jb 2 gi2.i3 p r I0 n ^j_ £ thing found unex- pectedly, book 2K22" 23 2 =2Ch34 2130 ; of corpse Dt2I l . C. =6e lighted upon, en- countered; of breaches in temple 2K12 6 ; of cities Ju 20 48b ; of persons in captured city 2 K 25 1919 = Je 52 25 - 25 , Dt 20 11 , cf. Ex 9 19 (J), Ju 20 48 *Isi3 lls 22 3 Je4i 8 ; be discovered, of a con- dition, situation Dt2 2 M (D^ira); "»?) faPI^ 310 1 K I4 1S , cf. 2 Ch 19'. d. be found written (3W3), Nei3'Est6 2 ; of persons Dn 1 2'. wan TOn e. = appeared, were recognised, of words of' Je 15". f. of persons sought Gn i8*>*>^{3), Josio ,7 (JE), 1S10 21 2S7 12 iCh26 81 ; in geneal. register Ezr 2 62 =Ne 7 s4 ; of ' specif., let himself be found of (by) any one : sq. ? pers. IS65 1 Je2 9 14 1 Ch 28' aChl5 MJ *, abs. Is 55 6 - g'=be discovered, detected: (1) of iniquity, crime : Ex 22" (E), 1 S 25* 1 1 K i 52 Je 2 M Ez 28 u Jb 1 9 s9 Mai 2 6 , cf. Mi i 13 , 2 Ch 3 6 8 Est 2 s3 . (2 ) of wrong-doers Ex 2 2 ' 67 (E), Dt 22 ffi » 2 4 7 Je 2 M 48^ 50 24 (linns^, rftVp), Pr6 31 Ezr io 18 . h. = 6e gained, secured, as a crop, of fruit, fig. NSt?3 ^j| <3f? Ho 14 9 (cf. Qal Gn 26 12 Ec 1 1 1 ). i.= be discoverable, to be found Jb 42 15 Dn i" (cf. Is 55" supr. 1 f ). . be found = be: a. c. T3 be found in one's AaW = one happens to have 1 S 9 s 13 2222 , cf. (without T3) 23*. b. c. ? pers., = be in the pos- session of : Dt 2 1 17 , c. "DK (prep.) pers. Ex 35 s3 - 24 1 Ch 29 s . C. be found in (3) a place, esp. of wealth, treasure, Gn 47" (J), 2K12 1119 14 14 l6 8 l8 1S 20 ,3 =IS39 2 , 2K22» 2Ch2I 17 25 24 17 ; cf. Exi2 19 Je4i 3 1 Ch 4";= happen to be, be, Dt 17 2 18 10 Je 5 26 Is 35' 51 3 65 s ; c. neg.= be no more Zp 3" Ez26 2 > ^37^ (||«J^), Dn 11". &. = be left after war, violence, etc., iSi3 19 2Si7 13 Is 3 o 14 2Ki9 4 =Is37 4 . e.=be present Gni9 ls (J), iSi3 lsl6 2i 4 ; esp. late, 1 Ch 29 17 2 Ch 5 11 29" 30 21 3 1 1 3 4 32M 35 71718 Ezr 8* Est i 5 4 16 . f.=prove to be, after numbering, Ch 2 4 4 2 Ch 2 16 ; of NJto? nVwo rrjU? f 4 6 2 . . 6« (found) sufficient: ">nn ttb KXB? to Jos 17 16 (JE), cf. Zc io 10 (also Qal Nu n 22 Ju 21"). tHiph. Pf. 1 s. sf. WP& 2 S 3 8 ; 3 mp 1 - wxpn Lv 9 13 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. 3 ms. 13t«p: Jb 34", insvo: Jb 37 13 ; 3 mpl. W5P?a Lv 9 1218 ; P«. K*xpp Zcu 6 ; — 1. cause to find, attain, c. ace. pers. Jb 34" (subj. God). 2. cawse to liglu upon, come upon, come c. ace. of cloud Jb 37 13 (dub.) 3. cause to encounter, deliver up to, c. ace. pers., +X% 2 S 3 s (subj. man), Zc 1 1 6 (subj. God). 4. present unto ("'?), of Aaron's sons ministering unto him, c. ace. of offering, and of blood, Lv g IJIS - 18 . N2b v. NSIO sub KX T ' nsn. nan, roan, man, roso v. 3x3. T - 7 T •'. * T T - ' T " - V V - trP:&tt c. art. 'BO 1 Chi i 47 , dub.; the t t : preceding n.pr. seems to call for adj. gent., but form not suitable, and poss. deriv. unknown ; Be conj. ""OifO, from §6ba; ® o MtivaBtia, M«ro>/3ia, Ma<raj3ta ; 33 de Masobia. •era, [nnto], rrt^a v. ™. t [iTOO] vb. drain, drain out (NH id., press or drain out ; Aram, j -ao, N?p id.; Kr.ya^ II. drain to the last drop (Dozy); cf. Y$9)~, — Qal Pf. 2 fs. !T»0 Is 5 1 17 , IVSpi consec. Ez 23 s4 ; Impf. 3 ms. apoc. f^i Ju 6 s ", 3 mpl. WO? V' 15 s ;— drain, drain out, HWrrjp 7P JW Ju 6 13 and drained dew out of the fleece ; so fig., obj. nyii? bowl, goblet, of bewilderment fr. Is g 1 1? ( + lints'; of personif. Jerusalem), cf., obj. Di3, Ez 23 s4 ( + TTV); obj. rro? <A« oVe^r* ofit(h. D13) ^ 75 9 (subj. the wicked). Niph. Pf. nsp?1 consec. Lv i 15 and the blood (of the bird) shall be drained out; so/mp/.nxp? 5 9 (both P); ob *XB? a'yo f} ^ 73 10 water of abundance is drained (i. e. drunk) by them (Gr Che Buhl rd. WO? or 1X0} (P" 3 ) <^ey drain). . nsw v. )>vd. 11. nso v. nvj. tn^fa n.pr.loc. in Benj., Jos 1 8 s6 ; © A/iwkij, A A^ao-a, ® L Ma<r<ra. Site unknown. [n^nsn] v. ?nx. ["rixtfj, rrmn, rrnsn v. to. man v. nix. T : * [< I '/fiftj ]; rfase, n^o v. bw. pisn, np*i!ra v. 1. pix. p«a v. 11. pw. j. m ysa, rrflso v. i.-nx. t t : n."ri20 Egypt, v. "urn, D^xp. [n^i-sm] v. nva. TOO (v/ of foil.) treip a.m. K ' 3 - 8 brow, forehead;— 'O abs. Ez 3 7 , cstr. EX28 28 Je 3 3 ; sf. ^nxp Ez 3 8 IS48 4 , xp Ez 3 9 ; ^nxp Ex 28 s8 + 4 1.; tjnxp Ez 3 s ; pi. cstr. ninxp Ez 9 4 ; — brow, forehead, struck by stone fr.' David's sling 1 S 17 4949 ; Aaron's forehead Ex 2 8 15 M ; place where leprosy appears 2 Ch 26 1920 ; place for a distinguishing mark or cross Ez 9 4 ; V * & $ 3 7 the house of Isr. are stout of forehead (i. e. obstinate ; || 3.?"Ti?), cf. v 8 ; so n^n: ^nxp Is 48 4 thy brow (is) brass "two ts na nfria t Je 46", cf. v 1 " 4 .— In 1 K io 28 = Ch i 16i; , 2 K 7 6 Wkl AUtM,Cn, «™ n "- thinks of As. J/t^rt in N. Syria. (On D?1XO as oft. = Musri in N. Arabia v. Wkl *"»'•"■>*"•< •*"-»• •»• . 289, It. SS7 (.; MVQ 1898, 1. 4 tl*l2Q n.pr.terr. = OyiJED ; only poet.: 'd nfc is i 9 « 2 k i 9 s< =Ib 37 s3 ; Wj> tfa; T"$1 tnj 1J1 'D *fch* "0 nyi W* Mi 7" (® mis- understands everywhere). t^SD adj. gent. Egyptian; — ms.'»Gn39 l + 16 t.'; fs. nnso 1 6' + 3 t.; mpl. D'lSO 12" + St.; fpl. n s 1SO Ex 1 19 ;— 1. adj. 'O B^N = an Egyptian Gn 39 1 Ex 2 111 ' Lv 24 10 1 S 30" 2 S 23 30 ; 'en e*ta 1 ch 1 i 23 ; 'o nya 1 S30 13 , 'o nay iCh2 M ; nnxp nree> Gni6', n'nxpn cb^s Ex i 19 . 2. c. art. = subst. the Egyptian Gn " Ex2 ,2M 2S23 3030 1 Chi i 2323 ; so once without art. ^D Dt 2 3 8 ; ^Xeri once (late) coll. = the Egyptians Ezr 9 ' (where with Canaan- itish peoples); pl. = <Ae Egyptians, CHXpn Gn I2 12.H 43 si Dt 26 « j og 24 7. fg _ nnren nan Hagar the Egyptian woman Gn 16 3 21 9 25 12 . [rmp] v. m 7 ivo sub I. -iw. rpsa v. tpx. [n-an] v. nrap sub n». pQ, pD v. ppv. 1, n. ril|o v. apj. TrnjPQ n.pr.loc. in Judah Jos i5 41 , near Beth Horon Jos io 10 , and Libnah v 29 , where was a cave v 1617 , cf. v 21 , captured by Joshua v 28 , with a king v 28 12". © Ma«c>;8a. Site dubious, Warren 8ar " ll,em •"•«»»■.« CO mp. EJ-mughdr, c. 2f miles SW. from Ekron. ttnpo v. trip. o^npo, i, 11. n^npn v. 5>np. N}pp, 1, 11. nipD, rr^pD v. nip. DipQ v. Dip. "lipQ v. nip. [nj?p, nnpp] v. npb. [iapn],n-)ttppv.itDp. t?pQ n.m. Zc "' 7 (appar. £. Gn 30 37 , where fHS, but Sam. Dna) ro d, staff (-/dub.; Thes assumes V bpv s^owf; Schwally ZAW,1 - 189, ' 17< "- from 77p=«/ta&«, with ref. to oracle of the lot (cf. D^JfPia i>pbp EZ2I 2 "); Ba Z5 ' a,II • 1887 • 61 ' , gives •/ ?p, and comp. iii stick driven by another, ppV in sport ; Fra 2A "'• ra , comp. Eth. Q+M": growth, stem, palm-tree (interchange of 3 and D)); — 'D abs. NU22 27 ; cstr. Je i u + 2 t., ^>P_P Gn3o 37 ; sf. ^i?»32 u 4-2t.; i^PP iSi7 40 Ho4 12 ; D^iao Exu"; pi. abs. ni^pp Gn 3o' 7 + 6 t.;— 1. branch of tree as rod, stick, used by Jacob in breeding his flocks, Gn 30 37 (n? roa? 'D), v 37.s8.39.4i.« . f symbolic rod ("1pe> 'D almond-rod) in Jerem.'s vision Je 1"; symbolic rods or staves, with names, used by proph. Zc n*"; fig. of Moab rnNBn 'D Je 48 17 (|| tiTHBD). 2. staff, used in journeying Gn 32 11 Ex 1 2", 1 S 1 7 40 cf. v 43 ; carried even when riding NU22 27 ; so also TJ <>i2P Ez 39* (=riding-stick) ace. to Hi Da Berthol; < a weapon ( + J5», "J*, n$J, Of?, TOi). 3. wand of diviner Ho 4" TiYDpp n.pr.m. 1. a Benjamite 1 Ch8 32 (read peril, also v 31 ^""-, so ®, cf. 9 37 ), 9 3738 .— © MaKakad, MaKfWaB, etc. 2. an officer of David ace. to 1 Ch 2 7 4 (om. ©B ; ©L Ma«XXa>0). tt^ptt v. II. tbp. n ?!?pp v - j^p- °r"? v - D ^*? sub m P- H3pp, njpp, VlJ^Q v. mp. [QDpp] v. DDp. O^pn v. BiP3.
  • VpO n.pr.loc. in Israel, site unknown,
K 4'; © Ma^t/ias, A Max/w (i. e. DD3D), ©L Mayxar. yispn, gqpo, [njmpp, njrej:?] v.yxp. mpp v. nxp. [ppQ] vb. decay, rot, fester, fig. pine away(NHiU; Aram. (X) PPJ?) ;— Kiph. Pf. pi. *i50J ^ 38 6 , '3] consec. Is 34 4 Ez 4 17 ; mpl. Drippy consec. Ez 24 23 ; Imp}'. 3 fs. PPT 1 Zc 14 12 ; 3 mpl. 1PP! Lv 2(?, V% v 39 ; 3 fpl. rupsPI Zc 14 12 ; P«. pi. D'ipP? Ez 33 10 ;— 1. fester, of wounds ^ 38 s ( + trxan, v. B-Sl). 2. ro<, ro< owoy, : on-oa pen We^i innha njpen vrj; Zc 1 4 12 (plague upon foes of Jerusalem). 3. moulder away, of Drp^n K3S Is 34 4 (|| 1SB3 ^331 0^08*11). 4. of pining away by reason of (3), as punishment for, iniquity Ez 4 17 24'° 33 10 Lv 2 6 3939 . Hiph. Inf. abs. P»n, trans, ^ka 'n Zc 14 12 a causing hisjlesh to rot. pn TpQ (c. art. pO) n.m. decay, rottenness; — riW pip DB>3 nnn Is 3" instead of perfume rottenness shall there be; fig. DW pI23 DBHB' 5" (|| nfe; pass Dnisi). Hnpo v. 1. nip. rnpn , rnpn v. mp. rnpn v. mp. 1. rtijjjpp , nrcpn v. ,nt?p. 11. ntfpn v. [hn^p]. I. in, in, «"iQ Eu i 20 , v.I. nno. — T T II. in v. II. mo. fl. [N^E] vb. only Hiph. Impf. ^h.: mng. dub., perh. beat the air, or flap the wings, cf. Di De (and Wetzst in De), Bu Du (cf. Ar. ijJL whip, urge on a horse]); — POS? 1 ? ^.f^ 1 i-3 ipl DW? Jb 39 18 «A« (the ostrich) flaps away, she laughs at the horse and his rider. II. N"1E ( v'of foil., be fat; cf. As. martim. causat., adj. martl, well-fed, fat; Ar. ijjl be digestible, agree with (of food)). t M^in n.[m.] fatting, fatlings ; — abs. 'o S 6 13 + 3 t; pi. abs. DTT? I 8 i», cstr. WTO Ez 39 18 ; sf. Q3W-10 Am 5™ ;— falling: TKfl ty WltM Is 1 1*} elsewh. only of sacrificial animals, Dawno tb& Am 5 s3 (|| niity, Bawuo); abn Wn? Is 1" (II B*H? **{#, Q^B 01, etc.); iHf tjfo Ez 39 18 ( + D^a, D^N, etc.); also sg. coll.', srvo* TW rap 2 S 6 13 , so ( + ">P T 3' l*t) 1 K i» and' ( + ">W, JNX) v"- 23 .
  • [nNin] n.f. orop or alimentary canal,
of bird, cf. Di-Ry (on form cf. Lag™ 81 );— "VOm anxia 'inNno-nN Lv i 16 . Nib v. irjte sub nt. yiNin v. %tq. rwno, nwia v. mo. : -' t : - nsnn v. mo pt. f. pMra v. flnotf. httJMne v. neno. [nittfNin] v. Aft. t^in n.pr.f. elder daughter of Saul 1 S 14'", promised to David 18 17 , but given to Adriel v" (rd. also 2 S 2 1 8 for bvo ®L @ Th Dr Klo Kit Bu Lohr HPS). © M.po/3. Dmin v. II. nan. p^n -pin TianQ, nspn, rWW v. nan. yain v. pi. pain v. pan. yimn v. n. j»n. [rn'wnn] v. fc*. nnmn v. eun. rwana v. n. pn. t ■■ : — t *• : _ t[TP] vb - rebel ( NH **•' Ar - tr* be bold and audacious in acts of rebellion or dis- obedience; Eth. aoi.fi.; run strenuously, attack; ao£.fir: rebellion, Pra"*""" '"• " ; Sab. nno re- bellion Hal 536 - 16 Sab.Denkm. 38 Hom cbre " < ' n, - 1J7 ; Aram. jSL», nno ; rebel); — Qal Pf 3 ms. ino 2 Ch 36 13 , 2 ms.' nnno 2 K i8 20 = Is 36 s , etc.; Impf. nno>l 2 K i8 7 + 3 t., -inon 2 K 24 1 Ez 1 7 16 , etc.; Inf. cstr. nnob Jos 2 2 M , ninob Ne 6 6 ; Pt. pi. OHnb Ne2 19 Ez2oV to Ez'2 3 ; cstr. 'nnb Jb 24 13 ; — rebel, revolt : 1. against human king, c. ? pers. 2 K i8 7a> = Is36 5 , 2 K 24 1!0 = Je 52 3 , c'f. Ez i7 ls 2 Ch 36 13 , Ne 9 M ; less oft. (late) c. i>$? pers. 2 Ch 13 6 Ne 2 1 "; abs. Gn 14 4 Ne 6 6 . 2. against God, c. 3 Nu 14 9 (JE), Jos a2 i«.i8.i..» ( all p^ Ez 2 3 (CoVio), Dn 9 »; abs. Ez 2 3 (pt., Co Dnio), 20 38 Dn 9 s . 3. poet., against light, only niN Hnb Jb 24 13 . < fi. Iin n.[m.] rebellion, revolt, against mto ^yoa-DNi 'oa dn Jos 22 s4 (P; cf. nno 2). < fn.Tnn n.pr.m. name in Judah ace. to I Ch 4 17 , nnO v 18 . © napaS, Nu>po»;X, A MapaS, Mapr/S, ©L BapaS, lapa. Tn'lTnn n.f. rebellion, rebelliousness, only in 'On ni5??"|3 i S 20 30 , where read prob. nnnon nnjW"|a son of a girl of rebelliousness = rebellious girl, cf. © S3 Th We Dr HPS; > Lag
  • '- 23 » f - Bu (cf. also Dr Kit) der. 'o fr. .Tin, and,
retaining MT, rd. a woman gone astray (v. II. TVV)from discipline (Aram, sense: V ""3D- TlJTnn n.pr.div. chief god of Babylon in Nebuchadrezzar's time (As. Mar(u)duk(u) Schr COTOlou rp| e J e B«b.-Ast.Ge«ch.MOff. g Eel. B»b.MIT. . „f Muss-Amolt JBLl, - 18(,2 ' 1Mf -); — ts^ah ba rrrsbi ^nho nn i>a j e 50 2 (® Mmu,8a K ). t|-T«7>a "ijl'in n.pr.m. king of Babylon (As. Marduk-abal-idinna, Marduk has given a son Schr 001 ^ 20 - 12 );— Is 39 1 ( > van d. H SnNnD 'a, v. Baer's n.) = 2 K 20 12 (where read n,nno for ■pNna); © (in both) MapG>&«(x) BaX(a)aa>-; cf. also |ns^3.
  • yne
t ^TIO ( van d. H *3TJt) n-V*- m - Mordeoai (perljfr. n. div. Marduk (}f«5), Zim ZAWlll,n,r -; cf. further Wild (citing Jensen) 00 "" - *""") ;— 'D Ezr 2 s Est 2 s + ; $n$ Est 2 M + ;— 1. com- panion of Zerub., ace. to Ezr 2* = Ne 7 7 . © Mapa^x<"or, MapSoxaior, etc. 2. cousin and adoptive father of Esther Est 2 s ' 710 + 55 1. Est. © yiap8oatos. F|T"G v. «|*n, rm. tl~H?!2 vb. be contentious, refractory, T T - rebellious (NH id., Hiph.; Ar. ^ m. dis- pute with; Syr. «Zjo Pa. contend withy, — Qal Pf. 3 ms. mo i K 13 26 ; f. nrno Ho 14*; nrno Je 4 17 ; 2 ms. nno i K 13*'+ nt. pf.; Inf. abs. no La i 20 ; Pt. mb 2K14 26 (but rd. ID, Vino, Krap 1 "" Wn id' "3); niio Dt2i 18 +3t.; f. njno Zp 3 1 (rd. mb; metapl. form ace. to Ges
  • 75BM ); pi. Dnb Nu 20 10 ; — be disobedient, re-
bellious : 1 . rrpt "nte ?3 Dt 2 1 18M stubborn and rebellious son (towards father). 2. elsewhere towards God : nno* miD "ft ^78"; 'omiD 3) Je 5 s3 ; "Vyn fi!>KMl rwnto Zp 3 1 ; B*^BtJ Nu 20 10 ye r«6«Zs (P) ; abs. Is 50 5 63 10 La i 2020 ; || |KO Is i 20 ; yt?B La 3 42 ; c. 3 pers. Ho 1 4' 1// 5", elsewh. ace. pers. Je4 17 ; '<'s words ^ 105 28 ; *B (m) rnB Nu 20 24 27" (P), 1 S 12 15 1 K 13 2126 (D 2 ) La i 18 . — In Ho 4 4 rd. perh. *3 no /i«ue rebelled against me (for MT "?nD3), so RS Pr0Dh -" D - 8 Che (for other views v. an). Hipb. Pf. 3 mpl. lion x/,106 33 107 11 ; Impf. ITjp Jos i 18 ; f. 10W Ez'5 6 ; 2 ms. 1BPI (as if -/mo) Ex2 3 21 , rd. ion Dial.; 3 mpl. ! no:V'io6 43 + 6t.; sf.innD:^ 7 8 40 ; 2 mpl. Vion 1 S i2 14 + 3 t.; /»/. cstr. nvtc£ Is 3 8 f 78 17 ; sf. Dnnon (Ges^ 20 ) Jbi7 2 ; A pi. DnOD Dt9 7 + 2 1.; — shewdisobedience,rebellious- ness, always toward God : abs. Ne 9 26 (|| T1D), yfr 106 7 ' 43 Jb 17 2 ; c. 3 pers. Ex 2 3 21 Ez 20 81321 ; DV Dt 9 724 3 1 27 ; elsewhere ace. of God or his commands: Is3 8 Ez5 6 ^,j8» MM 107"; mon 'B m Dt i 26 - 43 9 s3 Jos i 18 1 S 12 14 (D 2 ), inwm ^ 106 33 (cf. Eph 4 30 ); perh. 139 20 (v. ">PK 1). "Mo n.m. Frl7U rebellion ;— *Tf Is 30" + iot.; , lbNui7 25 -(-9t.;sf.1!"!ODt3i 27 ; DnoNe g 1 ';— rebellion Dt 3 1 27 1 S I S 23 Ne 9 17 Jb 2 3 2 DV no rebellious peojile IS30 9 ; ne(il) 1V3 rebellious house (referring to Israel) Ez 2 56 - 8 3 9 - 26 - 27 1 2 213 - «•» if* 24', rcn omitted (restored by Co) 2 7 44«; no 'JS rebellious sons Nu 17° (P); with omission of t? (or abstr. for concrete), Tin ?ti eno nj2 [be not a rebellious person Ez 2 8 ; &PT no*]K $H a rebellious man seeketh only evil Pr 17 11 . trnO"; n.pr.m. 1 Ch 7 36 a chief of Asher. © l/Juiprj, A Icppa, ©L Upfipa. mo, me, mo v. i. -no. T T ' T T T nib v. rrf Hiph. Pt., and II. mto p. 435. [iVTQ] v. in. "Pino v. n«. t[ni"1»] n.[m.] dub., only cstr. T|2$ B*«? Lv 2 1 20 ; v either mo ri*6 = a rubbing away of the testicle ; or nn 6e roomy, enlarged = en- largement (read then nno); v. further Di. Di-ra v. on. T tttfHD n.pr.loc. only in DnD '•D Jos 11 s7 waters of Merom, in N. Canaan ; = Lake Hule, ace. to Rel and many, but dub., cf. Di Bad p "- 3259 GASm " "- 481 Buhl 060 * 1 - 1 ". iVlES v. inotf. ynp , 1. [nsiia] v. pn . 11. nsno v. pr> . [O^VTO] v. I. p-io . tjTTlO n.pr.loc. in (Shephelah of) Judah Mi i 12 ; form attested by © obivat (-/ mo). nna v. nn. tlFnD] vb . mb (nh id.; Aram. (Talm.) r0C; cf. Ar. f'S anoint, smear); — Qal Impf. ^Tfdrfhi WW] &;m nba-n W«^ Is 38 21 let them take a cake of figs and rub it upon the erup- tion (D'?' in || 2 K 20 7 ). — On ITPD v. supr. amo, itstot, am. t : v ' t ! - : v prno v. pm. ■ntfrno v. tym. t[Z2")Q] vb. make smooth, bare, bald; scour, polish (NH id.; pull out, off (feathers, hair); Aram. t*l», BID id.; Ar. L^i Aave ZiHZe hair, >JZ pluck out hair) ;— Qal Impf 1 s. nB-lDKI Ezr 9 3 , sf. 3 mpl. D!?1»?} Ne 13 26 ; /«/. cstr. nB-]» Ez2i 16 ; P<. pi. V>V~p Is 50 6 ;
>as«. f. nonb Ez 2i l4 +2 t.; — 1. make bare
nenp finS'bs Ez 29 18 every shoulder is laid bare (fr. chafing of burden; || mpo E^-rb); the cheek (by plucking out beard) ^DJ 'I? Q»D"ibb »Tlb*i D»H?S Is 50 6 ; c. ace. pers. Dp1 D ?J Ne 13 26 (both acts of violence); of hair and beard *}W "'B'XI "iyf» n ?1 D ?J Ezr 9 s (sign of grief). 2 . scour, polish, a sword, only Ez 2 1 : ■no v»( + .Tnmn; Co rds. 'o as Pu), v 18 (del. Co), V. + v 20 none for MT np^O (EwSmCoBer- thol). Kiph. Imp/. Wtl Dnp? Lv is 40 - 41 Aw A«ad is made bald (by leprosy). Pu. Pf. 3 fs. none Ez 2i 1616 ; .Pi.Bnbp 1K7 45 , onto is 18" (Ges ! H ■• e ) : — -scoured, polished, of bronze uten- sils of temple 1 K y 45 ; of human skin Isi8 2,7 ; of sword Ez 2i is - 16 (both + nnmn, v. Qal supr.) "nn v. mo. Vyi-np, Vyi-nnrp v. an. , 11. itrnQ v. an. TrTHQ n.pr.m. a priest in days of h.p. Joiakim Ne 1 2 12 ; ® Mapca, Map(a)uz, @L A/japiar. trrnfc), rffffo n.pr.loc. tan p.K Gn 22 2 (E), place for sacrificing Isaac, © t. yrjv r. i^Xiji- (text dub., v. Di); "ton in 2 Ch 3 1 site of temple, © Apop(c)ia (cf. Jos An, - lls ' lr ) tnVnn n.pr.m. (on form cf. Lag 81 " 1 );— . descendant of Aaron : a. grandfather of Ahitub and great-grandfather of Zadok 1 Ch j.32.33 g37 j; zr ^3. (g Mapflv t Maptpad, Mapuad, etc. b. as son of Ahitub and father of Zadok I Ch 9" Ne II 11 ; © Mappad Map(a)ia6. 2. name of a priestly house Ne 12 16 (prob. err. for niD-)D, q.v., I2 3 ), ®L Mapipa>0. tD"HO n.pr.f. et m. 1. f. sister of Aaron t : • Ex i5 20 (E), and of Moses and Aaron Nu 26 s9 (P), 1 Ch s 29 ; named also Ex 15 21 (E), Nu I2 1 - 4.M0.1.U5.1S 2Q i ( all je^ Dt24 » Mi6 4_ ® MaWJ . m. (prob.) a Judahite 1 Ch4 17 . © tov tAaiav, ®L Matcop. nrfnp, "nTHa v. -no. ip6 v. ion. 3|ia, rnann v. aan. [n^ihtt] v. fan. 1. nn-in v. nen. fii.rTO"1?3 n.pr.m. a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 10 ; © Ipapa, A©L Mapped. i"ni?D"ip n.pr.m. 1. priest, time of Zerub. Ne 12 3 (= rrinp, q . v ., v 15 ) ©L Mn^J. 2. priest, time of Ezra and Neh., Ezr 8 M Ne 3 421 io 6 (prob. same). © MepttpaS, MtpapaO, etc. . one of those who had taken strange wives Ezr IO 36 . © Upapad, A MaptpaO. DQ1D v. Don. proa T VO'lO adj. gent, (deriv. unknown) cart, as subst. = the Merothonite 1. 1 Ch 27 30 ; © 6 €K Mtpa6av. 2. Ne 3'; ©Lo MrjpavaSmos. ID")?? n.pr.m. a Persian noble Est 1". TNJD")Q n.pr.m. a Persian noble Est I 14 . [jnp] v. mn. rtpp, [WTfD] v. njn. ' H^SHO n.pr.loc. on border of Zebulun Jos 19". © Mapayta, A MaptXa, ©L MapaXa. NKHQ, ns-ra v. xsn. pane] v. i»r». t[T^"1Q] vb. be sick, only in der. species (As. 11. mardsu D1 HWB426 ; Ar. Ji^ ; Sab. po sick person, sickness, Mordt ZMG1876 ' 32 ; Aram. vb. ' ^U>, no) ;— Nipb. P/. 3 pi. wno? Jb 6 26 (but v.infr.); Pt. P T D? Mi 2 10 ; f. tttfjlfl 1K2 8 ;— jnpj pan Mi 2 10 a sore, grievous destruction (lit. made sick, cf. nbnj nap Je 14"); n^p nvnpj 1 K 2 8 a grievous curse. — In Jb 6 s5 this mng. unsuit., Bu are strong, effective [cf. As. 1. mardsu, be difficult, inaccessible Dl H WB425r.j a j_ ways of something repelling]. More prob. lynDJ = 1X^03 be sweet (cf. ^ 1 19 103 ) or rd. lx5>D: (q.v.), Che J « Ju * 1897 Du. Hipb. 7mp/. sf. 1 ?np>-np Jb 16 3 what sickens thee (what disturbs, vexes thee) that thou answerest J [rrenp] v . nxnp sub pn. i^nn v. yn. rispn v. spi. fl-tplO] vb. scour, polish (NH. j'd.; Aram. .oiLas, pip ; cf. Ar. Jtl scrape off wool from a skin); — Qal Imv. ^nonn *pnp J e 46* polish the lances ! Pt.pass.p* 1 ® 2CI14 16 polished, of bronze utensils of temple (= Oniep 1 K 7 4S ). Hipb. Imp/. 3 fs. P'npn only Pr 20 30 Kt, fig., in cl. JTja Tl VXS ninan blows that cut in, cleanse away evil (cf. De Now Wild VB); Qr pVipn i.e. (are) a cleansing. (© trwavra kokoIs, whence Gr Dnpn, Frankenb. Hinpn, but improb.). Pu. P/. pltal consec. Lv 6 21 be well scoured, of bronze vessel (|| D^Ba t®WV). t[pnn] (Kb 11 - 138 ) n.[m.] a scraping, rubbing;— only pi. sf. (n'pnp »D) Est 2 12 lit. the days 0/ their (bodily) rubbings, i.e. the year's preparation of girls for the harem. pvron tpWpP n.[m.] id.;— abs. sg. only Pr20 30 Qr, v. pio Hiph. ; elsewhere pi. cstr. P'npri tftfsn Est 2"; sf. n'pnon v 9 , RJtP^ v 3 . II. p"1Q {V of foil.; cf. Ar. jJ^fiUapot urith rich broth (Frey Wahrm)). tp"Tft (van d. H Pip) a.m. juice stewed out of meat, or broth (on form cf. Lag BN5<1 ); — nnea d'b> piDni J u 6" (v. GFM); Pip-Trw •pB?' v 20 ; cstr. PIP Is 65' Qr, so Vrss (Kt pis) broth of unclean things. [np T -)Q], sT7i?7?* n ?£~)P ▼• npi. f I. Tift vb. be bitter (NH id.; As. - T m f mardru and deriv. D1 HWB427 ; Ar. ^ become roused (of bile), n.make bitter, I v. become bitter; y. bitter; Eth. aoll: ; Aram, wo, Tip);_Qal Pf. 3 ms.lD Is 3 8 ,7 + 2 t.; 3 fs. HTD 1 S 30" 2 K 4"; 7»np/. 3 ms.io; Is 24 s ; — be bitter; 1. lit. vn'B'b -OB* 1»2 Is 24*. 2. fig. PB3 rnp S 30 6 the soul of all the people was bitter against ("^if); ^"'TTD HK'B? zKf'fer somZ, tJ t« W«er to her (i.e. she is in bitter distress); impers. 0|O TND *JT" ID R u I 13 it is very bitter to me on your account (I am much distressed), cf. La i 4 .— io ^~iO Cli^e'b Is 38 17 is dub.; Che Comm - for (my) welfare was it (so) bitter to me, (so) bitter, cf. Brd ; so De Kau (treating no appar. as adj.); <Drechsl. Di for my welfare did the bitter become bitter to me (TO adj.); Lo Gr, cf. Buhl (sub ID adj.), rd.TD for ID ( ./mo), the bitter is changed for me into welfare; Che 1 "* del. TO ; Du (after ®) del. cl. as gloss. Pi. Imp). 1 s. TTPJj Is 2 2 4 ; 3 mpl. trVft Ex i M , sf. *TTie^ Gn 49 M ; — make bitter, sheiv bitterness:— X. 'DT Gn 49 s3 (poem) and the archers shewed bitterness (i.e. bitter hostility) toward him (sf. of indir. obj.); ^J? TICK Is 2 2* / will shew bitterness in weeping ( = weep bit- terly). 2. Dn»rrnK tn Ex i" (P) and they made their lives bitter by slavery. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. Ton Ru i 20 Jb 27*; Impf. ms.Tpri Ex 23 21 (but rd.TDn v'mo Hiph. q.v.); Inf. abs. TDri Zc 12 1010 ; — wta£« fatter, shew bitterness: 1. 'B'BJnpn ^Jbz^Shadday, who hath embittered my soul; TNO v *V? n pn Ru 1 !0 . 2. Ttaan-^8 npns vbv Tfjjrij Zc 1 2 ,0 and a bitter outcry ( = lit. shewing bitterness ; || TBDO , TBD) over him, like a bitter outcry over the first-born. ma Hithpalp. /wp/.TpTprn Dn 1 1" and the king of the south shall embitter himself (be enraged); /$ 'DW 8 7 and Ae was enraged against. fi.'Vfi adj. and snbst. bitter, bitter- ness;— abs. 'o Pr27 7 + ,-«?n Hb i 6 ,iD^6 4 4 + ; cstr.^D 1 S22 s + ; f. "TO Gn27 34 + , «T? Ru i 20 ; cstr. rno 1 S i 10 ; mpl. Dno Ex is 23 ^-; cstr. ♦TO JU18 25 Pr3i 6 ;— titter.' 1. lit., of water Exi5 23 (J); food Pr2 7 7 (opp. pinp); wormwood ("?$) Pr 5 4 (in sim. of end of harlot, cf. Ec 7 26 infr.); as subst. pi., of physical pain, result of curse D*TJj£ Nu 5 s4 - 27 , whence D'TOri <D v 18 (cf.Di) v 19 - 23 ' 24 ; of harmful result of ruthless fighting 2 S 2 26 ; of wickedness Je 2 19 4 18 ; = injurious, hurtful Is 5 2020 (opp. pinp). 2. fig., a. of cry (np T yx, np T y?) Gn 2 7 34 (J), Est4'; TO "'SOP Ez 2 7" (del. Co); ID ifi ^6 4 4 ; as adv. (cry, weep) bitterly Ez 2 7 30 (TO), Zp 1 14 Is 33 7 (both TO), b. of feeling, temper, esp. c. Bfci : fftfjK EJ»D3 np Ju 1 8 25 men fierce (GFM acrid) of temper, so 2 S 1 7 8 (like a bear robbed of whelps) ; ion •'Sin Hb i 6 the fierce nation; V&-Q=dis- contented 1 S 22 2 ; B'S? , "l.p=<A« bitterly wretched Jb3 20 Pr3i e , so '3 nip 1 S i 10 ; of. TO tip Am 8 10 ; as subst. abstr. C'DJ »p bitterness of soul Is 3 8' 5 Ez 27 31 (del. Co),'jb 7 11 io ] = mo 55>BJ 2I 26 ; cf. KTD Ru i 20 (name given to Naomi by herself); riip^TD 1 S i5 32 </*e bitterness of death; JYipp->p E'J 7 2 " (metaph. of harlot) ; in Ez 3" I went bitterly, del. TO Co.— Is 38 17 v. "no. t"lb, Tin n.m. c ' 5 ' 5 myrrh (fr. bitter taste; As-wiMrrMMeissn 80 " 1 - 60 ; Ar.J^I; cf.Lag™ 40 );— abs. Tb V 45'+ 5 *•» Tio Ct 4 6 + 3 t. Ct; cstr. ~>p Ex 30 23 ; sf. *Tte Ct 5 1 ; — myrrh (late), an Arabian gum, exuding from the bark of a tree, Balsamodendron Myrrha (v. Sigismund Arom * u i!t j^hwb*^. — ag fl ow i n g ; i. e . fi ne> choice (carefully prepared by pressing and mixing, cf. Di" 130 - 23 Ri HWB ): TWpp Exso 23 ^. i.T*^), ingredient of sacred oil ; T3y nio Ct 5 613 (as perfume) ; cf. (as perfume) Ct 1 13 4 14 5 15 ; iiDn~in 4 6 , i.e. where it is gathered; as perfume also VM5 9 Pr7 17 , as incense n^ lb nippp Ct 3"; lion JOB' as unguent Est 2 12 . NT.O Eu i 20 , v. 1. TO supr. TrP?T, n.pr.f. of bitter spring in Sinaitic penins/Exis 2323 ^), Nu3 3 8 - 9 (P), +n_loc. nrnp Ex ^(i); prob. mod.'^m Hawwdra"". (Cf Eob BBI67 Palmer """ 40 Eb os 125t ) mn t [iTTC] n.f. bitterness (on form v. Ges ,22 - 5R );— cstr. Wj WQ fff 3.b Pr 14'° the heart knoweth the bitterness of its soul (its own misery). t[rnto] n.f. id., cstr. n*l m.b Gn26 3S (P) bitterness of spirit {=■ grief of mind). f["nft] n.m. bitter thing, bitter herb (cf. NH id., Utter herb; on form v. Ba 1 "" 94 );— only pi. DTitp Ex 12 8 Nu 9", Cnhtp La 3 15 ;— bitter herbs, in Passover meal Ex 1 2 s Nu 9 11 (both P); cf. 133 W^n La 3 15 , fig. of distress inflicted (|| nj$£). I [n"HTDj n.f. bitter thing, gall, poison ; cstr. rn.no Jb 20 14 ; sf. torjHo v 2i ; pi. rnio Dt32 32 , rtrtfQ Jb 13 36 ;— 1. jyoK, i.e. seat of gall, gall-bladder Jb 20 25 (|| H13 back; cf. fTTlD 16 30 ). 2. =poison, tnnf 'O Jb 20". 3. nrntp Jt'«er t/ttn$r« Jb 13 26 (of God's edict of judgment). 4. pi. a.bstv.= bitterness ; rD3E>K 'o Dt 32 s2 cZwsters of bitterness (|| B>i"> 33J!).' ' tfrTTMp] n.f. gall; only sf. frf} TJ3B* 'AVID Jb 1 6 13 he poureth on the ground my gall (|| Tivia n^), fig. of God's cruel treatment (cf. rniD 20 25 ). "h-ynn adj. bitter ;— 'O 3B|5 Dt 32™ bitter destruction. (On Jb 3 s v. "V103 sub II. nD3.) f JWnO n.f. bitterness;— ruwi '031 Ez 2 1 " awZ m bitterness (bitterly) shalt thou groan. t"U?t? n.[m.] bitterness;— foH^b'O Pr I7 25 of a fool-son (|| V^ DJ??). t["fl~03] [n.m.] bitter thing; — only pi. trfnap *m®l Jb 9 18 (on dagh. f. dirim. cf. Ges ,20 - 2 ' b ), he sateth me with bitter things (bitter experiences; cf. "no La3 16 ). fi. ["Yncri] n.m. bitterness; — only pi. intens. Dnntpn Ho i2 15 + 2 t. ;— 'n 13DO Jed 26 mourning of bitterness (bitter mourning), so 'n "03 31" (cf. the vb. Is 2 2 4 Zc 12 10 ); as adv. bitterly Ho 1 2 ls (si veral.). — 11. pnon] v. sub n. fi.'HIQ n.pr.m. a son of Levi, and head of a chief Levit. family: © Mtpap(«)< s Mapnpo; — Gn 46" Ex 6 1619 NU3 17 - 20 - 333335 - 36 4 29 - 33 « tt 7 s 10 17 26 57 Jos 2 1 73438 (all P), I Cb.5 27 6'- 414 - 29 - 32 - 4862 9 14 I5 6.17 236.21 24 J6.S7 26 10.!9 2 Ch 29 13 34 12 EzJ . gl» ■j-ii. *H~iT3 adj. gent, of above, only c. art. as subst. coll. 'on Nu 26". II. 1~)D (v/of foil.; perhaps (so Thes) cf. At. yi pass by, go, sts.flov;, ~C*r* cause to flow, .»< water-course. f 11. "IE n.[m.] drop, only 'ho 1D3 D^ia Is 40 10 nations are like a drop hanging from a bucket. tnOhn and (Jos 1 5") nefc-iD n.pr.loc. (etym. dub.) in (the Shephelah of) Judah, Mi i 15 (where named with 3'pN etc.), Jos i5 44 (w£), cf. 2 Ch 1 1 8 14 89 20 37 ; so appar. (as n.pr.m. in geneal. scheme) 1 Ch 2 42 4 21 . — Cf. 2 Mace. I2 33 (Wlapio-a), I Mace 5 M (rd. Maptara for 2apapia, cf. Var. Apocr.). — Joseph*"'- 1 "- 8 ' 6 (Mapi<r<ra). ®A Josl^ u Maprj(ra; @L/3ap(7>)a; © I Ch 2 42 Map(f)t<ra © L Maptjoa, etc. Prob. = mod. Merash 1 m. S. of Beit Jibrin (Eleutheropolis), cf. Rob BBii.3! Be 10.2,42 GASm **"-- 233 (who identif. with (n?) ntsnio Mil 14 q.v. sub eh' p. 440 supr., but v. Lag 0nom - 139 ' m > "*• 282 ) Buhl Geo « r - 192 . ni'Tzno v. yvh. ^iwinp v. vh TQ^rntt used as n.pr.f. = Babylon, ~?5? fJ^V n k ' D YW Je5o 21 ; perh. = Double re- bellion (du.) V mo q. v. ; De p,r ,82 thinks = Bab. Marr&tim, i.e., land by the war Marrdtu, the bitter river (Pers. Gulf) = Southern Babylonia. fi. NiZiO n.pr.gent. et terr. 1. 'son' of Ishmael Gn 25 14 = I Ch I 30 . © Maa-arj, Maaaa, etc. 2. realm of king Lemuel Pr3i' De Now Str Wild.— Perh. = N. Arab. Mas'u Schr COTOn ,14; KGF 102. 262 ft., 364 JJJPirSEt n,m. N©0, HW2, TK*i2Xi,niW2 v.xea rnNtoo v. ni««to sub xtyj. aatep v. aft*. [nsfttop] ▼. n. yiv. "rtteQ v. n'eo. tm^tCD n.f. measure, of water, Ez 4" 16 (IpiJE'D); capacity in gen., Lv 19 s * (+rno, ^^), 1 Ch 2 3 M (deriv. dub.) toitoo v. Wb>. pntop v. pn'C. nnistoQ v. nefe^. [n5ton] v. •]*>. V^ipo v. b'B>. n^ton v. rdkf. [nnSto^] v. -OB>. [HOtoO] v. ^Dfe». nstoD v. rials'. mtoft v. mis'. t : • t : * mintoQ 602 [n"iB"jtoe], cm nic-iton v. ip*. TrPtoft a.m. appar.= pan, dish, Pal.- Aram. nnDD, only iBfJ ngni 2 S 13 9 and she took the pan ; perh. = *rnN£'p , orig. dough-jinn (IKK'), kneading-trough, Gei VtKbr - S82t We (not Dr); > Klo Bu By in Di El * M * A *(115) tnpni 1?.?^ and s/»e called the servant (HPS del. v.) TttJQ n.pr.loc. vel gent. CD Gn io 23 , as son of Aram, Sam. SCO ; @ Moo-o^ ; so rd. in || 1 Ch 1 17 for MT TfO A ® L Moao X ; v. Kau Kit. Loc. dub. Bo Mich Mons Mas-ius, N. of Nisibis (between Armen. and Mesop.), but name not certainly old Aram, (unknown in As.) cf. Di" 1 loc -. As. Mas (Syro-Ar. desert DI*"*"-) is hardly poss., cf. K^D. Nttto, i-iNtZto v. I. KSM. T ~ T T ~ T &$yO n.pr.loc. limiting territory of Jok- tanites, Gn io 30 ; DP" 243 identif. with As. Mas (Syro-Ar. desert); > district Mesene, on Pers. Gulf, Thes 828 (cf. Di); ® Maacr,^), whence Di 1. K^Pq.v. (after Hal"*"*) [iNtpn] v. iw. rrNtra v. nxieto. jiNtfn, niNEJQ v. n. nim. I7NQJO n.pr.loc. in Asher (Eg. Mi-sa'a- ra WlIM**-"-*"- 181 );— J0SI9 28 (® Maaaa, A Mairo^, ©LMao-aX) 2I 30 (® BaorXXav, AMa<raaX, @L M.craXa); = (i.) bfa 1 Ch 6 59 (® Maacra, A MaauX, ©L MawiX). [n^Nttto] v. foe*. '[jTIMttte] n.f. a household vessel, AV (Ex), BV kneading-trough; vessel in which was dough before it was leavened (Ex 1 2 M ) (hence usu. der. nONC" 'leaven (with £> — by error] — for Vf), but this not certain ; cf. TTV&B supr.) ; — only sf. in-)S^O Dt 28 517 (both+'^D); pi. sf. ^niiXB'0Exf 8 (J; + ini3ri), ornKeto 12 34 (E). nittjn v. naitw. nisatpo v. y&. taoJo, [~q&o] v. -oe«. [natfo] v. nat?. natra v. pub*. t[nt^'0] vb. draw (Ar cf— cleanse uterus of camel, Aram. Lvx> c/ecm, stroke, the face, etc.; KBTp (Talm.) w>a*A the hands; Zinj. »eto[| perhaps was/i oneself, DHM 8 "" 1,ch - 60 );— Qal i>/. sf. Weto D^n-|p Ex 2 10 out of the water I drew him (used to explain HE'D, but v. this infr.) Hiph. Impf. sf. = Qal, fig. D'ai DV3D »J^JC 2 S 2 2 17 = TJr 18 17 (subj. '1). TV3?Q n.pr.m. Moses, the great Hebrew v 767 ■• leader, prophet and lawgiver (prob.=Eg. mes, mesu, child,son, Eb GSS39 , cf. Di 8 * 2 ' 10 , where see also older (abandoned) etymol.); — 'o Ex 2 ,0 + nBJD v 16 + ; name occurs 706 t. in Hex. (Ex. 290 1., Lv. 86 1., Nu. 233 1., Dt. 38 1., Jos. 59 1.), Ju. 4 t.+ 18 30 where read TtttD for TVfiO (cf. GFM); 1 S 12 68 , Kings 10 t.', Mi 6 4 Je 15 ' Is 6 3 " ia Mal 3 22 V'77 !1 -r7t.; Chr. 3 t., Dn 9 n ";— Moses was son of Amram and Jochebed Ex 6 20 Nu 26 59 (both P), 1 Ch 5 s9 23 13 ; of tribe of Levi Ex 2 1 (E ; cf. also foregoing); (younger) brother of Aaron 4 14 (J), f-" (P), etc., and brother of Miriam Nu 26 s9 (P), 1 Ch 5 s9 (cf. Ex 15 20 E) ; called prophet Dt i8 1518 34 10 ; agent by whom '» gave law Ex 2O 19 - 20 - 21 - 22 (E) + ; esp. P (15*3 'WW * n}X, etc.),Ex39 1 "- 21 - 26 - 29 - 31 40 19 - 2, - 25 - 27 - 29K Lv7 » g 9.ki7«.29 + oft ; ] aW gi V er Dt 33* Jos i 713 (D)+; priest, vjnba pntn '12 + 99 Phrases are— (faj8 , *$8 ,' etc.) * Tft '» Ex 1 4 31 (J), Nu 1 2 7 (E), Dt 34* (JE), Jos 1 ' (D) + 1 5 t. Jos. (D); 1 K 8 53M 2 K 18 12 21 8 Mai 3" 2 Ch i 3 " Ne i 8 9 14 V 105 26 ; o<nba nay 'd 1 Ch 6 s4 9 Neio 30 Dn9 u ; D^Nn E^'d'Ez^^o 1 ; "D mjn Jos 8 32 (D), 1 K 2 3 2 K 2 3 25 Mai 3 M 2 Ch 2 3 18 30 16 Ezr 3 2 7 6 Dn9 1113 ; '» IS? 2CI125 4 35 12 Ne 13 1 ; '» niin 1SD Jos 8 31 (D), 23 6 (D), 2 K 14 6 Ne 8 1 . v. HOT. HNi©n, nsirn v. n. mrt t ; t ; rrtw^n v. 11. mi. nniajrp v. aw. nrfityp v. aic>. [nafw^] v. aw. own, [al^o] v. me'. PJ&HOto Kt.=nBBto v . ddC. t nti'D vb. smear, anoint (NH id.; orig. prob. as Ar. 'IS wipe or stroke with the hand (cf. ES 8,m - 1 - 216;2 ° d " d - 233 ), anoint, Aram. nB'p anoint ; on riE^, t'd. (?) in Aram, inscr. v. CI Siui,ko.i«.o.i. Palm _ Krt&ooH Vog 1 ' 016 ; Eth. o»?l^h: anoint, feast, dine Di Lex176 ; (As. masdhu is measure; Aram. nB/D irf.y Ar. i»l — • measurennrcn cm ■nUo menl, cf. Dl ProU78 Frii 282 ));— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'o Nu 3 25 + 2 t.; sf. iqw? ^ 45 s 1 S io 1 ; inen? 2CI122 7 ; 2ms.nnBT)Gn'3i 13 +i2t., +9t.Pf.J Imp/. 3 ms. ntW L v r 6 32 4-6 t.; 3mpl. injO? Am6 6 , + 13 t. Impf.; Imv. sf. VO&ft 1 S 16 12 ; pi. VWD Is 2 1 6 ; Inf.abs. niB-O Je'22 14 ; ca<r. nWO ju 9 8 Dn 9 24 + Ho 8 3 @ We G ASm Now ; nnBto Ex 2 9 29 ; sf. Wgfo 1 S 15 1 (Baer); inBto Lv? 36 ; QnPifp Ex 4 o 15 ; Pt. pi. Wjjta JU9 15 ; yass. rnB'D 2 S 3 39 (We suggests deriv. from nv, defect. nt?D (HB'p), wrongly read as OBTO ■ or by transposition niB^D may have been mistaken for an unexampled HB^O Hoph. Pt. of niE'); F#Q 2Si" (but rd. ntyp (or nBto) Codd. We Dr Kit Bu HPS); pi. trwt? Ex 29 s + 4 t.;— . smear, house with colour (paint) Je22 14 ; shield with oil (anoint) Is 21 5 2 S i 21 (cf. Dr ; Gr TOtyp "63 weapon anointed; Peters ,BL1893 ' 66 HVPQ ?3 weapons of one (the king) anointed) ; the person, with ointments Am 6 6 ; unleavened cakes, with oil Ex 29 s Lv 2* 7 12 Nu 6 15 (P). . anoint, as consecration, solemn setting apart to an office, always by the use of oil poured on the head : tOSJP as a prophet 1K19" (Elisha by Elijah) Is 61 1 ; elsewh. of king, c. ace, 'HJO Ju 9* (E), so Ho 8 3 reading •J^p PfetoD (for MT '» N&Bt?) We GASm Now; also Ho f reading W>t£ (for MT W|fc*) We Now ; elsewhere ace. pers. 1 S 1 6 3 - l213 1 K 1 39 2 K 11 12 23 30 2 Ch 22 7 23 11 ; rii? 1»F? ^8 9 21 with •my holy oil; fbfo JOB* ^45* (fig.j; c. b, 2 S 19 11 whom we have anointed over us ; 'H?Op iKi ,s 15 ; c.^W>Ju 9 15 2S2 47 iKi 9 15 ; bmfrby over Israel 1S15 117 2S5 3 =iChn 3 , 2 S 5 17 12 7 1 K i 34 19 16 ; ^nfc»-i>K 2 K 9 3 ' 612 (Ephr.); Txb 1 Ch 2 9 22 ; i>y 1 S 9 18 io 1 ; ifo mete 2 S 3 M (1 v. supr.) 3. anoint, consecrate to religious service : a. Aaronic priests, only P, c. ace. pers. Ex28 41 2 9 7 30 30 40***" Lv? 36 8 12 16 32 ; abs. Ex 29 s9 ; ttneten OMrWl Nu 3 3 . b. sacred things: '"9?fi? Gn3i 13 (E); tabernacle and its sacred vessels Ex 2 9 36 30 26 40 91011 Lv 8 10U (all P); BTOhp Vhp Dn 9 1 ". Niph. Pf 3 ms. wtM iChi 4 8 ; Inf. nBton Lv6 13 + 3 t.;— te anointed, bvT&> ^>3 ^V itai' 1 Ch 14 8 ; Aaron and his sons Lv 6' 3 (P); altar Nu 7 10 - 8498 . Tnnttj?2 n.f. la ointment; 2. conse- crated portion; — -abs. 'o Ex 25°+; cstr. nnro Ex30 25 + ; — 1. ointment, the holy oil used in the consecration of the Aaronic priests, only in P; ntiefan JOB? Ex 25 s 29 721 31" 35 81528 37 29 39 38 4o 9 Lv8 210 - ,2 - :io 2i" ) Nu4" i ; Bnp nriBi? 'B> Ex30 js.25.3i. nw'o'B'Lvio 7 ; vnV'D'B i 2i 12 . 2. consecrated portion, of Aaron and his sons Lv y 35 - 35 (P). tnnffiQ n.f. consecrated portion (Ew 4238 * poss. error of pointing); — Nu 18 8 (P). trPtp?2 n.m. anointed; — abs. 'o Lv4 3 + 5 t. ; cstr. n»B*p La 4 20 + 1 1 1. ; sf. WE'D ^ 1 3 2 17 1S2 35 ; rpBTp Hb3 ,3 +5t.; irvtfo ^2 2 + 9 t.; pi. sf. WfAj 105" 1 Ch 1 6 ffi ;— 1. king of Israel anointed by divine command, HIIT 'o r S 24 7711 9.11.16.2. a g ,14.16 I9 22 Lft ^0. jjjjp ^ / Q 2 g 1 ; so c. sfs. ref. to ~ 1 S i2 3i 16 6 ^ 20 7 28 s Hb3 13 ; Davidic dynasty with Messianic ideals attached t// 2 2 18 51 , = 2 S 22 51 , ^ 89 s952 i32 10 = 2 Ch6 42 , yfr 132 17 1 S 2 10 - 35 . 2. high priest of Israel, D'Eton jnbn, Lv4 3516 6 15 (P); ^5^9 ^ ^4 10 * ®" Cyrus as commissioned by faVBto Is 45 1 . 4. Messianic prince, TM mfr fTS Dn9 25 = ^E t D v 26 (see Br MP422t ; others disting. r D v 25 fr. v 26 and refer v 25 to Cyrus [as 3 ; so Ew v. Leng Schii Co Behrm], or h. p. Joshua [as 2 ; so Gr Bev], v 26 to Seleucus IV [Ew v. Leng], or h.p. Onias in. [Hi Gr Co Bev Behrm]). 5. patriarchs, regarded as anointed kings ty io5 15 = 1 Ch 16 22 . tn©pp n.[m.] dub.; only in nB>D1? 3V13 7|3iDn Ez 28" cherub of expansion (then cf. As. mas6.hu, measure, Aram. flB/D id., etc.) that covereth, after 33 cherub extentus (far-reaching wings), li far-covering cherub," Ew (Or "umspan- nender"); the anointed cherub that covereth, AV RV, so Ha. Co thinks gloss, and reads 3T13TIK f IJOJj textdub.acc.to Siegf^-SSBuhlBerthol. rwrnrto, [nnito], nnttto, [nrron] v. nnB». inffitD v. nnB?. t : * Prttwto, [nnffin] v. noty. [iW^D] v. noB*. t. < "•CTTD n.[m.]a costly material for garments, ace. to Rabb. silk, (so Now 4 "*' 1 124 ); whether this is based on actual tradition is dub. (etym. unknown) ;— abs. 'o Ez 16 13 (j|«V), ^B v 10 (id.) Vid., further Thes Sm Da Berthol. ■>tjjn v. 'Bto. ^Nnvrin 604 t^N.lVttJTp n.pr.ni. Jewish name in Per sian period (God delivers; from Aram. VSP, route oia*. deliver, As. Mzubu, Shaph. from ezebu, deliver, D1 HWBSS ; cf. the Bab. names Musizib- Marduk, ' Marduk delivers,' Musizib-ilu, KB u.381. it. 129^ . — grandfather of one of the wall- builders Ne 3 4 ; one of those sealed io 22 ; father of royal officer (a Judaean) n 24 ; the relation of these to each other is unknown ; © Mao-f- f<(3ija, M«(Taif(^ijX, @L Mao-o-ifa/SeA, etc. t "^]^£3 vb. draw, drag (NH id. ; Aram. WP (rare) be extended, also conduct, take, Syr. .i«.v> is be dry, shrivelled (of fruit, etc.) ; Eth. ffoflh: bend (the bow); Ar. eLlI grasp and hold i. Frey; IV. Frey Lane; cf. also As. masku, «Jfcw» (perh. also march D1 HWB431 ), Ar. eUi id., Aram. &m£>, K?fP id.);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'o i K 22 34 + 2 t., HW<& consec. Jb 24 s2 ; 3 fs. mflS Dt2i 3 , etc.; Impf. rf&B[ Jb2i 33 ;' ^'BTp>l Ju'20 37 ; 2 ms. sf. "?3f On ^ 28 s ; I s. sf. D32pK Ho 1 1 4 , etc. ; 7m«. TJ&6 f 36 11 , sf. »JS^J Ct'i 4 ; mpl. tt^D Exi2 21 , ttrtj Ez 3 2 M ; /«/ c««r. ^ifcto Ex 19 13 Jos 6 s , fvd? Ec 2 3 ; Pt. &Q Amp' 3 Vno9 12 ; pi. D^fO Ju5 14 ; cstr. ^fO Is 5 18 66 19 ; — 1. draw and lift out of (ft?), c. ace. pers., "fan |p Hpi'-nK ^ O^J Gn 37 M (E), so Jeremiah ( + Dv3na, 2 instr.) Je 38"; cf. nana jrri*> -]£>pn Jt^o 23 ; draw, dra<7 a/ore<7 Kif n ^ana ji"y *ae>D i s 5 18 (fig.) ; iafpa WE'ia ^io* (fig. of wicked catching and dragging the poor); draw, lead along (with hostile purpose) c. ace. pers. Ju 4 7 (subj.  ; + '? pers. et rei); lead or drag off (to doom, subj. '») Jr28 3 (cf. 26 s ); similarly, or = draw down to death, "131 nniN tt^O EZ32 20 (si vera 1.; ref. to fall of Egypt), but rd. perh. a form of aatf for laeto, © Co Berthol, cf. Sm.; abs., subj. heifer, ?iV3 nae>0 Dt 2 1 3 (3 instr.); draw, lead (in love), (fig., subj/') DSE'DK DTK bra Ho 1 1 4 , cf. Je 3 1 3 (al. as 5 infr.) 2. draw the bow, n#33 'D 1 K 22 34 = 2 Ch 18 33 , but'P ^f O Is 66 19 (where text dub., © Mo<ro^ xa «'t (eofftX), so Lo Sta a "" 8 Du Che 1 **,— not Gr Che 00 ™ Di). 3. proceed, march (cf. Germ. Ziehen) n3E/p* -fan via Ju 4 « cf. 20 37 (abs.), Jb 2 1 33 (vn'nK); so also (perh.) Ex 1 2 21 proceed (i.e. forthwith), and take you a sheep ; and prob. 032*3 CacPD Ju 5 14 those marching with the staff, etc. (most under 2. drawing with, i.e. wielding). 4. draw out a sound, give a sound, ?3'n Tj't^pa Ex 13 (E) wluen the ram('s horn) sounds, l^.pa 'Da ?3 s n Jos 6 s (JE). 5. draw out, prolong, continue, TJH7 I^DPI TIB*!? <fy 36 1 " prolong, con- tinue thy kindness to them that know thee; iDn *|eto "A «n^j 109 12 ; (so poss. TDn T , naB l p Je3i 3 / have prolonged kindness to tliee, cf. Eyle Ne 9 30 ; al. as 1 supr.); cf. &# DJT>J£ 'CPll ntej Neg 30 (TWI omitted); "nj lib 'JEK 'en " (ll «a n:sn D$tybn) ; taaa ffTHJ tn Jb 24 22 i.e. Ae (God) prolongeth the life of <7(e mighty (Du draggeth them <#f, as ^ 2 8 3 1 supr., — reading also ffTSfe for '3K, with © Bi); cf. Niph. 6. trail seed (draw along in sowing) Am 9 13 (opp. D'SJg Tp/n ; c f. r^D infr.) 7. (late) cfoer (draw, attract, gratify) |??a 'O n'B'a-nN Ec 2 3 ,— so De (who cites NH,Chag 14 *) Now Wild.— ttrrfrNQ iT i^p H07 5 is difficult, © AV HV he stretcheth out his hand with, maketh common cause with, is hardly poss., text prob. corrupt We Now. Niph.. Imp/. 3 mpl. '•SETS? ii? Is 1 3 M they shall not be pro- longed (days of Babylon); 3 fs. TV®n tb Ez 1 2 Kkffl it shall not be postponed. Pu. Pt. long drawn out : T^PP Is 1 8 2 ' of persons, = tall; i"l3Btop njnn Pr 13 12 liope postponed, deferred. tl. ["JJlfe] n.[»n.] a drawing, drawing up, a trail ;— 1. cstr. tfMBO np3Pl TJB^O Jb 2 8 18 the drawing up (fishing up, i.e. securing after effort) of wisdom is beyond corals. 2. cstr. a trail (of seed), V]j|£ 'P ^ 126 6 bearing the trail of seed ; cf. "WO 6. < +11. "^tpp n.pr.gent. the Moschi (Gk. Moo-^oi, v. infr.; As. Musku, MuSki, DP" 230 g cnr COTQ n 10. Si KGFlMff.. cf g^ ^j Hal 243 ) J— 'son' of Japheth Gn io 2 (P), between ?3n and D-J'n, — 1 Ch i 6 ; also, ?Vt3, prob. err., v 17 (v. VQ) ; n#$ V 1 20 s (|| Tffi ; here without ^3n) ; tM 5>3W Ez 2 7 13 cf. 3 2 26 3 8 2 (both + bjB); so also © Is 66" (Lo Sta^'" 8 Du Che Hot ; v. supr. ryo 2); i?3ni 'o k-'s't n"'b»3 i*ai Ez 38 s 39 1 . © Moaox (M«rox), Sam. "](')enD. — On identif. cf. Boch.; in Assyr. times they dwelt in W. (or NW.) Armenia (cf. Schr 1-0- ); in Pers. times appar. farther NE. (SE. of Euxine Sea), cf. Mo<rx<>i ko T«/3a/)i)i«K Herod" 1 - 941 v "- 78 ; also Di (Ju 10. 2 an( J Q ne EncycL Bib. Art. Gtogr. (Biblical^ t [n3Cte] n.f. cord ; — only pi. cstr. niaK'D TD3 Jb 38 31 the cords of Orion, i.e. prob. those by which (ace. to some legend) he is dragged along in the sky (cf. Di). nDtrn 605 n2ttJT? v. 33* )3tTQ v. pd i. ^ffitt n.pr.loc. v. bxvv. tl. [/t^D] vb. represent, be like (Ar. ^11 stand erect (c{.¥l' > ° I 1 ■'), XL effigiavit,repre- sentavit (rem alicui), v. imitate, use a verse as a proverb; ^pu description by way of comparison; As. m<r&, D1 HWB431, ; Eth. ao({; become like; Aram. ?DD be like, ioe compare). Niph. P/. 3 ms. be/B? ^49 13 °'; 2 ma. flb^O? Is 14 10 ; 1 s. ^pro? ^ 28 1 143 7 : — be like, similar, c. ?N Is 14 10 '; 0? * 28'= 143 7 ; ? f 49 13 ". Hiph. Impf. 2 mpl. sf.^VBtern compare Is 46 s . Hitbp. 7m;>/. 1 s. -'B'OflKJ Jb 30" (c. 3) and I have become like dust. fn. 7C773 n.m. 1 * 14 - 4 proverb, parable (of sentences constructed in parallelism, usu. of Hebrew Wisdom, but occas. of other types) ; — abs. 'o Ezi7 2 +20t.; cstr. b&V 1S24"; sf. bm Nu 2 3 7 + 8t.; pi. D^BT? Ec 12'+ 2 t.; cstr. y^O Pr i 1 + 3 t.; — 1. proverbial saying, brief terse sentence of popular sagacity 1 S io 12 Ez 1 a 25 - 25 1 8 23 ; 'P~^ 'O 1 S 24" proverb of the ancients. 2. by-word ^44 16 69 12 ; ??'?? m^S Dt28 37 1K9 7 2CI17 20 Je2 4 9 ; nix!) PE'Dpl Ez 1 4 9 . 3. prophetic figurative dis- course : ->E>0 NBO lift up, utter a 'D Nu 2 3 718 24 315 202123 (all of Balaam); Is 14 4 Mi 2 4 (||vu) Hb 2 8 (II f 1 "!' )) ( c f- J° 2 7 l 29 1 for same phrase under 6). 4. similitude, parable, Ezi? 2 21 5 24 s . 5. poem, of various kinds: the ode (Nu 21 27 " 30 ), the 3,000 pieces traditionally ascribed to Solomon 1 K 5 12 , didactic psalms V 1, 49 s 78 2 . 6. sentences of ethical wisdom D'pan ^IPI collected in the n»V ^p Pr io 1 25 1 (io 1 -22 , « con- sisting of 376 couplets chiefly antithetical; 25-29 chiefly couplets of an emblematic type, but also occasional tristichs, tetrastichs, pen- tastichs, and decastichs. To these are appended D , "}?' ! ! of a more mixed character as to size and U.TJ content in 22' -24 s2 ; 2 4 23 -"; 30" 14 ; V*- : i* v 10-31. j] le p ra i se f Wisdom i 8 " 9 is prefixed, and an introduction to the whole i 1 " 7 , in which the whole contents are represented as) DvB'O Pr i 1 , cf. v 8 . The references in Jb 13 12 27 1 29 1 Pr 26"'" Ec 1 2 9 are to the same type of wisdom. •f II. TttJtt vb. denom. use a proverb, speak in parables or sentences of poetry, esp. Ezek.;— Qal Impf. bttfl Ez 16"; 3 mpl. ^Bfc*; 12 23 ; Imv.b'&O i7 2 24 3 ; Inf.cstr.bwo t 8 3 ; Pt. bm> 16 44 , pi. D'Wd i8 2 Nu2I 27 ;— useaproverb: I'B'D'OEz 1 2 2S 1 8 3 ; aparable c.-^K 1 7 2 (||nTrnW), 24 3 ; c. -^ 18 2 , and ty&Q appar. om.) "b fun bvn) ->bv 1&K} 1 6« (but this is awkward ; point be/ari bb nan); cbpo Nu 21 27 (JE). Pi. Pt. W D"Se/0 btiVC tibn Ez 21 s is lie not a maker of parables f fl. [7ttJO] n.[m.] likeness, one like ; only sf. vB*» Jb 4 1 25 his likeness, i.e. one like him. T 7tt?p n.[m.] by-word, only cstr. (strictly Inf.) D'tpy 5>W$ Jb 17 8 (they) have made me a by-word of the peoples. fill. /u U vb. rule, have dominion, reign (NH Pt. id. J Ph. bvo);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. bjty consec. Zc 6 13 + 2 t., bvv Dn 1 1 4 , {jSTM consec. v 5 ; 3 fs. nbvn ^ I03 i9. 2 ms pty&q i s 63 19 , nbyv Dt 15 16 ; 3 P i. bfo is 3 5 Las 8 ; ^'»i>/ ms. i>fcto Ex 2 1 8 +3 t, bStfV Pr 2 2 7 ; ~bvC) Gn 3 18 , etc.; /mi;. ~bfO J u 8 12 ; /«/. a6s. bit*? Gn 37 8 ; cstr. 5fc^ Ju 9 2 + , *£?$ Jo 2 17 , etc. ; Pt. bpn Gn 45 s6 + , etc.;— 1. human subj., rute, have dominion over (3) Gn 3 16 4 7 24 s (all J), 45 8 ' 26 (E), '3 fepn biB*n 37 8 (E); Dtis 88 Jos i2 5 (D); JU8 22 - 23 - 23 9 2 - 2 14 4 15 11 2 S23 3 (Pt.abs. = when one ruleth, cf. Dr), 1 K 5' 2 Ch 7 18 9 s6 23 20 Is 3 413 19 4 Hi 5 2 Hb i 14 Je 22 30 La 5 8 Jo 2 17 Pn6 32 (inra ^0), i 7 » 19™ 2 2 7 ^19" 105 21 106 41 Dn 11 43 EC9 17 ; rarely other preps.: b (c. inf.) Ex2i 8 (E); _ b? Pr 28" T^eif, ~b» Je33 26 ; c. sf. Is 52 s Je 30 s1 ; c. ace. cogn. SJ bfuq 'D Dn 11' 4 ; 1J?} . . . ft? bei? Jos 12 2 (D); abs. 2 S23 3 (cf. Dr), Ezi 9 14 Zc 6 13 (bj? loc), Pr 12 24 29 2 Dn 1 1 5 ; esp. Pt. as subst. = ruler, Hv"V° Is 16 1 , D'QJ be>» ^ 105 20 ; abs. Is 14 s 4 9 7 Jesi 4846 Ezi 9 11 Pr6 7 23 1 29 1226 Ec io 4 ; mn oyn b^o is 2 8 14 . a. of heavenly bodies, c. 3 Gn i 18 . 3. of God, c. 3 JU8 23 Is6 3 19 ^22" 59" 89 10 103 19 1 Ch29 12 2 Ch20 8 ; abs. ^66 7 ; Sb 'O Slhft Is 40" his arm ruling for him. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. sf. consec. B^pm Dnn 39 ; 7m;»/. 2 ms.sf.Vl^B i pri ^ 8 7 ; /«/. ais. XipH Jb 25 s ; — caw«e to rule, sq. ace. pers. + 3 yf, 8 7 (subj. ), Dn 1 1 39 ; exercise dominion, only inf. abs. as n. abstr. the exercise of dominion Jb 25 s (attrib. of God). bm 606 t n. [?ti?tt] n.[m.] dominion ;— sf. DJt? vfO DHS? Zc 9 10 (of Mess, king); b%fo iBfc tf>BT33 Dn 1 1 4 (of Alexander). T7ttJp?D n.[m.] dominion, ruler (late); — abs. 'o Dnii"; pi. trbenpon i Ch 26 6 ;— 1. 3T 'o great dominion Dn 1 1 3 (ace. cogn. c. ???), v 4 (pred. of tapB'DO). 2. abstr. for concr. *(pl.) — rulers I Ch 26 6 (? rd. D^Eton). Tri7ttJ?pQ n.f. rule, dominion, realm (cf. Dr ,Phu - lU8S2 - S15 );— abs. 'o Mi 4 s ; cstr. nbe'DD f 1 36 s (before 3 Ges »'Kii "- 182 ), Je 34' + a t; sf. ini»^DO Is 2 2 !1 V' 1 45"; ta|>?too 1 K 9 19 + 6 1. ; pi. cstr. Tfhfva yjr 1 3 6»; e f. vrriiJ&isp ^ 1 14 s ,— . rwZe, dominion (human) Is 22 21 Mi 4*; "?31 toy inpE'DD 2CI132 9 and all his imperial might with him (i.e. display of might — soldiers, court, luxury, etc.; of Sennach.); toi'E'OD jns pa K 9 18 = 2 Ch8 6 , Jesi 28 , in; n^tpD pit* niaboo Je 34 1 ; hence 'o alone = realm, domain 2 K 20 13 =Is39 2 , Dnii 5 . 2. rule of heavenly bodies OS*n 'Vteb Gn 1" the sun for the rule of the day, cf. v 16 ; also sq. 3 ^i36 89 . 3. God's rule, dominion: ^145" (|| nttpD), niDpp"?3 FberDti io3 K ; pi. — realm W"fP ffW WW
vrt{j»*t3D lank* m»
[nVttfo], rtfrcto, nn^ipn v.nte. oWto, rrtoO)Vttto, (^)rno^n v. tb&. ^7? v. -B>. ttJ^ttTQ Gn 3 8 24 v. vfrv. natiJn v. dob>. t ~ : joiita, naotfa, 'ato, caiatfo v. jw. 1, 11. ynitfn , [nypaJo] v. jw. "into, [mofo] v. 1^. n^ttJTD v. fUB>. !1DU?T2 v. DDK*. JjvU (cf. As. wn«2, cleanse, wash, cf. Dl HWB ; whence wii#/t< come foil. — though K> = «  is surprising— cf. Dl BMr ' KMCh - xlr ). t *SH|to n.f. (1 = n*$0 cf. Thes Sm) cleans- ing, oniy 'Op nyrn K^ Ez 16 4 i7w>k wast not washed for cleansing (cf. %. Thes and Add 98 Sm ItV al.; 93 ad salutem, as if from jfE"; © om., and so Co Be SS, cf. Buhl ; form strange, and word at best dub.) bfyttte v. 1. byv. T D3?0p n.pr.m. name in Benjamin 1 Ch © Mfercraa/i, ©L Mf aoafi. > ]yyn, proto, nro, na$«to v. ptf. nnEUJT2 v. nee'. tssctt v. dbb*. t t : " t : • QTiEtcn v. rag). pt^O (assumed as -/of two following, but wholly dubious). TpttJQ n.[m.] acquisition, possession (? ; meaning conject. fir, context, fr. analogy of P^DO q. v ., and of "]&o), only tMH W3 pB^ - |?1 ">JT?I5 Prf! Gn i 5 2 (cf. |3 8 (X), supr. p. 121b; Ges' 128 - 2,0,2 - ) and tJie son of acquisition (=he who is to acquire, tlie heir of) my house is, etc.; 'o poss. changed from ^D (cf. Jb 28 18 ) for word-play with ptWl, Kau and So auinm ' 1 , or by copyist's error, but very dubious. © Macrae (n.pr., cf. Lag 8 " 78 ). t[ptt)ptp] n.[m.] possession (t so EV), perh. better place of possession, place possessed by; only cstr. TnH pK'DD Zp 2 9 a place possessed by chickpeas ( > AV breeding of nettles), © Aa- pao-Kos. "Word very dubious (We GASm); text prob. corrupt; Schwally ZAWl - 1890,I88 conj. mean- ing place of growth; Gr (so Now) prop. WBp, or trofetpp. pttfn v. ppt5>. PTpfiJtJ v. npv. tppttJE v. t|pe». [VJ50n] v. yptr. m®Q v. me*. D"nttJD v. en?**? sub n&» . T .. T T^yiCJJp adj. gent, (deriv. unknown), only c. art. as n.coll. tWJ 1 Ch 2 s3 t*Ae Mishrdites, a family of Kirjath Jearim, © 'H/iaca/m/i, ©L Ma<r(p(6i. tftfi^D] vb. feel, grope (NH tf. Pi.; Ar.JJ. feel; Eth. ffi>CM: Di 166 ; Aram. «£, ETC Pa., Palp.— v. also vk> II. BOD);— Qal /m;;/ 3 ms. sf. ^B*?; Gn 2 7 12 perhaps my father willfeelme; ^tStoVv^arad /i«/eZ<o/At'»i(both J). Pi. jP/ 2 ms. FiK'K'b ; /wi,;,/ 3 ms. V&Q Dt Z8 29 , E*Bto;i Gn 3 1 34 ; 3 mpl. *to Jb 5 4 I2 K ; P<. CEOS Dt 28 s9 ; — ^%eZ over or through, grope:— 1. ^nkn-^-riK |$ t*J Gn 3 i S4 a«a* Labanfelt through the whole tent (i.e. searched it); bo (obj. ^a) v 37 thou hast felt through all my possessions (or baggage ; both E). 2. grope, of blind Dt 28 Mb (in sim.), periphr. conj., n"m E>t5T)D v 29 * and thou slialt become one that gropes at noonday (fig. of judicial blindness); cf. Jbs 14 1 2 s6 . Hiph. Impf. 1JB»n BW Exio 21 i/ia< one may feel (the) darkness; rd. also 7«m>. sf.
  • WPEJ (for »je»ovn, v. tin, p. 4 i 3 supr.) Ju i6 26
and let me touch the pillars (2 ace.) rwtpB v. ant?. no v. mo. t[JiP] n.m. male, man ("ino in n.pr.; Zinj. no coll. males, male offspring; As. mutu, husband; Eth. T'Vi id.; cf. Eg. m-t, phallus, male, Steindorff in Ba NB » 2 "•);— only pi. DVID Jb 1 1 3 + 3 t., OnO Dt 2 M 3 6 + Ju 20 48 (probably), for MT Dh», so GFM; cstr. "TO Gn ^H- 13 1.; sf. 2 fs. TO? Is 3 115 ; 3 ms. WD Dt 33 6 ;— 1. males, men, Is 3 25 (|| =1""?°?); more distinctly,
  • |tsni D<tf|n(1) DflD T? Dt 2 s4 3 « every <% 0/
»iaZ«8 (male population, cf. Dr), and the women, etc.; Ju 20 48 (v. supr.; opp. npna). 2. usu. less emphasis on sex, in prose only phr.: a. " 1 ?PP 7)9 nien of number (numerable, i.e. few) Gn 34 30 (J ; appos. of 'JKr^ Jacob, representing his family), Dt 4 s7 Je 44^, also ^ 105"= 1 Ch 16 1 '; cf. ISD? WD W) Dt 33 « and (but) let his men be few. b. DW? Vipa = consisting of a few men Dt 26 s 28 62 . 3. elsewhere only poet., sex usually not emph. : a. Jb 1 1 3 24 12 fr 17 1414 (but text prob. corrupt, cf. Bae We ; at least om. f1> DTIDD 01 Bi Che, cf. Hup-Now); $>tne» TlD Is 4 1 14 . b. poet, phr.: NIB" "TID men of false- hood Jb 1 1 1! jr 2 6 4 ; J1K 'O 2 2 15 «ien of wickedness; '"liD 'D 19 19 ntM 0/ my circle; WJ 'O Jb 31 31 wen o/jrey ten* (household); 3$n 'D Is 5 13 men of hunger, but read probably '1 *JD sucked out, empty from hunger (as Dt 32 s4 ) Ew De Che Di Du (cf. fTO). TTWtthnp n.pr.m. descendant of Cain (Bab. form., mutu-sa-ili 'man of God,' Len
  • »^t«t« Bf .i,.«Bj._ Gn4 , M . ^ @ Ma ^ ou .
o-aXa (i.e.nr>e*inp? S oDi; otherwise Bu CrBMCh12 ") + 117^]!^ n.pr.m. descendant of Seth ytman of the dart : more prob. Bab.; see conj. in Hom PSBA1893 - 243,r );— 'd Gn s 22 - 26 - 2 "^ (P), I Ch I 3 , n^'WO Gn 5 21 (P). © MaBovacXa. v. fan. ffno JJIG (•/of foil.; meaning unknown). tlTin n.m. bridle (Aram. (X) N3np ; NH 3£» of secondary accent-;- ; 3JTO Pi. denom.^w* on a bridle);— 1. lit. bridle, for animals; JTID ni»n? p r 2 6 3 a whip for the horse, a bridle for the ass, etc.; JDni 'D3 ^32* with bridle and halter (on text of verse cf. Che); of '^'s bridle for Sennach. (under fig. of beast), T^ 1 ?^? *$£?* K 19 28 and I will put ("^)) my hook in thy nose and my bridle in thy lips=Is 37 s9 (v. Dr ,22 °). 2. fig. = control, authority, only in flBNn 'D 2 S 8 1 authority of the mother city, ace. to MVBuhl, cf. esp. WeDr; Bu om. as corrupt (v. 1. .TDK, p. g2 supr.); vid., further, HPS. THttknn, rr^ttftno v . sub no 8U p r . t [njlD] vb. spread out (NH id. ; Aram. «.£*>, nn» ;Ax.pSbe long, -X long (prob. loan-word) ; cf. perhaps As. matahu, direct the eyes toward); — only Qallmpf. 3 ms. sf. DfWlOM Is40 22 anrf he ('■>) Aa<A spread */j«»i (the heavens) out as a tent to dwell in. TnnriQN n.f. sack, only Gn 42-44;— 'n constr. Gn44 212 ; sf. 'flnriDK 42 *> ; inrtPIDK 42 *> + 2 1.; pi. cstr. nhnpx 441 ; s f. ynnntps 43 i8 + t.; D3 , nhrU3K 43 i:23 ; _ gac ^ in wn .'brethren of Joseph carried corn from Egypt ; in phr. 'DK 1S3 Gn 4a* to <Ae wow<A of the sack, so 43 1221 44 1 - 28 ; elsewhere 42 s8 4 3 »-«-ss-»3 44 i"".u (all J). V)ft ^interrog. adv. when? (Ar. JLI; As. ma in 0T onl y of ^ture time : a. alone, tGn 30™ '358 Oi n'tWK *no W3? w/iew shall I also do, etc. ? Am 8 5 ^ 4 1* 42 3 94 8 101 2 1 19 82 * 4 Pr 6 9b 2s 35 Jb 7 4 D*pK V», Ne 2". b. 'HD^ against when 1 fEx 8 s "riofj $ "Wlf*. c . "no-ny Mn ft7 «-Am ? Aow fo«y ) sq. impf. Ex io 7 vprh h nr nvr <no Ty, 1 S z 14 Je 4 14 " V74 10 82 2 94 3 Pri 22 -!-, sq. ptcp. S 1 6 1 1 K 1 8 21 D^ayDn '•vifrys D'CP's om wo-ny, sq. pf. tEx io 3 V' 80 5 ; ^b *no *iy +2 S 2 26 Ho 8 5 Zci 12 ; alone, Is 6" 'fix Tjony npKJ, Hb 2 6 <rro-iy «h6 nanan 'in ; ' with an aposiop., f 6 4 'no-iy * nriKi , 9 o» 3 . d. liy '59 nnx a yj„. / iOW /orajr yet ? t Je 1 5 s7 . Bvto v. np. njfna v. pn. nN^nn 608 nN^nn v. radm. rftfona v. j6n. t t : - * : - : DriQ v. oort; Ju 20 48 v. no. ]J1Q (-/of foil.; Ar. ^~S be stout, firm, enduring (Frey "Wahrm), XL ?»a£e stout, ,/irm (Lane)). TD^ritt n.m.dn. loins (Ar. ( T r !l 6ac&, ,jI£LlI the two sides of the bach, etc.; Syr. )#££);— aba. 'o Dt 33" + 7 1., tJ$HJ Ez 2 9 7 47 4 ; cstr. "0™? Jei3 n + 3t.; sf. *MTO I S 2i 3 , $ID J e i 3 2 ; Brnno 1 K 20^+4 t., etc.;— loins : 1 . a. place of wearing girdle 1 K 2 6 2 K i 8 Je 13" 2 ' 4U Ez 23 15 ; fig. Is 1 1 5 righteous- ness shall be tlw girdle of his loins. b. hence place of things attached to girdle : — sword girded on (by "On, 1DN) 2 S 20 8 Ne 4 12 ; opp., nflBK E' 1 ??'? , P. n 9' I s 45* an ^ ^ e fot'n* of kings I will loosen, i. e. will disarm them ('< before Cyrus; cf. Che); ink-horn Ez 9* C. gird- ing up loins = make ready for action, CfpJI Vjno 1 K 18 46 ; more oft. 'O Ijn 2 K 4 s9 9 1 Ex a" (P), Dn 10 5 ; '» 1W Je 1". d. 'D TJ^ Pr 30 31 that which is jrert in the loins, i. e. prob. either a greyhound Ew Bo De (contracted, as if by a belt), or a war-horse, charger, Bo Ges Hi Str "Wild (with a saddle); cf. also "rfW, p. 267 supr. ; text perh. corrupt (Wild). e. girded with sackcloth (in mourning) Gn37 34 (J), Am 8 10 Is 20 2 1 K 20 3 ' ■" Je 48 s7 . f. linen breeches of priests were to extend ISH Q'?nB!3 tr$y> t Ex28 43 (P); to be'ncr^? Ez44 18 ; loins of slaves are girt with waistcloth, cf. Jb 12 18 (v. also 1iW). g. in gen. of the middle of the body, 'JTO "'D Ez 47 4 (i. e. water reaching to the loins); so of the appearance of '■» in Ezek.'s visions Ez I s727 8". 2. a. loins as seat of strength, Dt 33" 1 K 1 2 W = 2 Ch 1 o 10 ; tnno RJTJ Na 2 2 (|| D3 jn?N); Vjnm in'3 Jb 40 16 (of hippo- potamus); in combin. with 1 a (fig.) i"H?n 'D tij?3 Pr 3 1 17 site girdeth her loins with strength, she puts on energy with her girdle; cf. also 'D t'rOE'a Ez2i u sigh with breaking of loins, i. e. in entire collapse of strength ; so Ton 'El lUOn yfr 6g~* and make their loins continually to shake, make them totter ; cf. Ez 29 7 (where rd. ri-iytpni for rnojni, v. ISO), b. as seat of keenest pain, due to grief or dread Na 2 11 Is I s (as in travail); so prob. also ty 66" (cf. Bae; and v. nj$1D sub ply). "HDJTO adj. gent, (deriv. unknown) ; — only 'ton BBB>V 1 Ch 1 1 43 . @ d Button, A MdMbm, ©L Mardapi. i,n.|nn, 1, 11. pwnp, "^rra, (i)itotq v. }ra t [pJ"lO] vb. become or be sweet, plea- sant (NH pn», esp. Pi. ; As. [matdku] be sweet, in deriv.; Eth. TOt^i sweet; Aram, to&o suck (with pleasure), PDO id., be sweet; Ar. j^la-. (L> before <j) v. smack the lips (with pleasure), ilkl sweetness); — Qal P/ 3 ms. sf. ipn» Jb 24 20 ; 3 pi. ipno 2 1 33 ; 7m,p/. 3 mpl. <Pjj# Pr 9 1 ', ^prip*l Exi5 25 ; — 1. lit. become sweet, of water (opp. D*HJ) x 5 25 (J); are (>•• e - taste) sweeJ, 'D; tf^U} DJB Pr 9 17 (fig. of delights of illicit pleasure). S. = be pleasant, v pnn Jb 2 1 33 atueei (pleasant) to /«'» are the clods of the valley (said of one resting in the grave). 3. suck (Aram, sense, cf. Syr. supr.) nt3"l ipriD Jb 24 20 the worm doth suck him, feast on him (on vb. masc. cf. Ges*" 5 - 7 Kb 8 '"'-* 3 * 5 ' Da^t™" 1 ), Di De Buhl (cf. Kau Da ; also SS who render ' angenehm finden'), but this sense in Heb. dub. ; txt. perh. crpt.(cf.conject. by Bu Du). Hiph.. Impf. 3 fs. njn VS3 p^ritpn DK Jb 20 12 if evil gives a sweet taste in his mouth (declarative Hiph.); 1 pi. 1iD pVltM rjTC 10« + 55 * we w ho used to make sweet (our) intimacy. tpn6 n.m. rr16 - 21 sweetness; cstr. DTlDB>'0 Pr 1 6 21 i. e. agreeable, attractive speech, so prob. Vljn 'D 2 7' the sweetness of one's friend, i. e. of his speech. I [pri6] n.[m.] sweetness ; — only sf. 'pJTB Ju 9 11 my sweetness (fig-tree loquitur), i. e. sweetness of the fruit. Tpi/TO adj. sweet, and n.[m.] sweetness (on formV. Lag™ 80 - 60 , cf. Ba NB ' 3 - 36 );— abs.'D Ju 14" + 9 t.; f. npmj Ec 5"; pi. D'pino ■fy 19 11 ; — 1. sweet, of honey Ju 14 14 (where 'D = subst. a sweet thing), v 18 (both Samson's riddle), Pr 24 13 ; so = sweetness, Ez 3 s ; more gen., 'O "10V3 Pr 2 7 7 every bitter thing is sweet to one hungry; fig. ^ 19" (God's command- ments, sweeter than honey), cf. Pr 1 6 24 (sim. of pleasant words) , ?ni» 'O V^Efl Ct 2 3 (i. e his caresses); "tt$ TM *> "9 D'Ofc I s 5 s0 making bitter into sweet and sweet into bitter (obscuring moral distinctions; || JT) 3ta&) 3to SI? D^?). npno iw . = pleasant, sleep of the toiler Ec 5"; light I 1 1 7 (|| EtotfrrnK nitqj> DJjffc 3itD). TpipPQ n.pr.loc. a station of Isr. in desert Nu 33 281 ". ® MartKKa, A MaOtuta, ®L MaTTtKa. TD^pntD^ n.[m. ]pl. sweetness = sweet things; — of drinks 'O VVfh Ne 8 10 (||^3N D<3t>fO); of lover's kisses 'D ton Cts 18 fl|^3 BTWJP). TflTTVIO n.pr.m. name of two Persians; , Cyrus' time Ezr i 8 . 2. Artaxerxes' time Ezr 4 7 . — © Mi0/>a[i]8aT7jf in both. ruro, nnrra, Wnww v. jna.