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

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נ

J. |. iVt^w, fourteenth letter; used as nu- meral 50 in postB. Heb. . JO part, of entreaty or exhortation,

(we) pray, now (enclitic) (Syr. j, wJ; cf. 

Eth. it: vent, age ! Di» 1601 Lex 675 Kb" 244 );— attached: 1. to the imv., esp. in colloquial style, when it expresses an entreaty or admoni- tion, as Gn 12" Kp-VO« say, J pray, 13 9 Tffl ^yn to, v 14 V?? N 3" N '?'i x 5 5 TO D £' r| N r e ? n >

4* + ok, Nu 20' tmten w-iyoe>, Ju i3 4 i6«- 10 - M 
5 , etc., Is i 18 5 3 Am7 25 ; rarely in a command, 

Gn22 2 Is^ 3 . Ironically, in a challenge, IS47 12 Jb 40 10 . Once anomalously attached to a subst., or (accents) prefixed to a verb, Nu 12" K: MP] KJ btk (Ew !246a Di W"^K ; v. 3 b). 2. to the pf. with waw consec, in a precative sense (Dr* u ") Gn 40". 3. to the impf., when leave is asked, or a prayer or desire expressed ; a. in 1 pers., esp. with n cohort., Gn 19 8 NrriN'xIN let me, I pray, bring out, v 20 rms? Kpi^aij, 24 12 'job tyrnpj, v 14 *FW, v r7.a43.« 2 gi)' 32 i2.30 +o f t) 'j; x3 i8 Hrm <? 3 l et us go, / pray, Nu 20" Is 5 6 ; and in self-delibera- tion, Gn 18 21 UnTW I will go down, now ! Ex 3 s nJOtO WfTttOK I will turn aside, now, and see, 2 S 14 15 Ct 3 2 IS5 1 ; with % Jb32 21 . b. in 2 pers., with ?N, in deprecation, Gn 18 3 •pay byo -uyn tor^Mi 19 7 47 29 Nmo 31 , etc.; hence ellipt. N3~?K do not, / pray, (do this,) Gni9 18 33 10 Nu 12" EwDi. c. in 3 pers., Gn 1 8 4 fr<3 — ng* let there be brought, / pray, z(P 33 14 44 w * l etc., 2 S i 4 » 13 ' 7 1 K 1 7 21 2 K 2 9 ^7'° 118" 3 ; ironically Isi9 12 47 13 , or defiantly Jer 1 7 15 where is the word of J.I N3 W3J ; with bx, G1113 8 nanp ^nn Kfbx, 18 30 y£ Kffy 'JIK?, 37 17 Nu 12". 4. joined to con- junctions and interjections : a. [SO'flN, contr.] N ?? ; v. p. 58. b. Hyi*, see above 3 b, c. C. NJ'DN, es P- in tne phrase jn 'DNVD NJ DN 1*yjDi used by one craving a favourable hearing tGn30 27 33 10 Ju6 17 1 S 27 s , and with N3 repeated in the request itself tGn 18 3 47 s9 50 4 Ex 33" 34 9 ; otherwise Gn24 42 . d. W'HSri behold, I pray, craving a favourable consideration of the fact pointed to by iljjn, and of the request founded upon it (with which t« is often re- peated), Gn 12 11 16 2 18" 31 i 9 28 '»» 27 2 Ju 13 s 19 9 1 S 9 6 16 15 2 S 13 24 2 K 2 16H 4« + , Jb 13 18 33 2 40 1516 . e. (u!>) "h NJ-'iK Woe, now, to me (us) ! tJe 4 31 45 7 La 5 16 . f. KJfTlSf where, jyray f +^ii 5 2 . g. iqrn^J, peculiarly, tfn6 R18 my vows to J. I will perform, lOjrW tUTTlM that (it may be) before all his people ! . N2 adj. v. N*3< tfcO n.pr.loc. No = Thebes (Eg. nt, city, i.e. prob. ne(t), v. Steind BAS1M6f -; As. Ni-'u, Ni-i' Dl p * r318 Steind 1 - - Schr C0T "°»-; Tel Am. Ni (Ni-i) Wkl T< " Am - 39 * Bez TolAmloB>,U3 );— "??? ft? mtrb* 1#t Je 46 s5 Anton from (of, © fc =3)^0,- jiDN N3 Na3 8 NoofAmon( = city of god Ammon, = ® Aioawokis Ez 30 1416 Steincl , • <, •,• v. also Jerem. and Billerbeck BASllLllHt ); EZ30" (II dYvib, jyx), to |ton-n$ vn^rn v 15 (|| pp « but © Co Berthol ^ q.v.'for td) v 16 '(|| Pp, Co }1D). It lay on the right bank of the Nile, c. 400 miles (by the river) S. of Memphis. tlNJ (Ju 4 19 Kt 1UO, i.e. prob. 1i«3), n.m. jM9 ' 4 skin-bottle, skin (/unknown; NH nij ; As. nddu, D1 HWB43, ; Aram, tn«);— 'i abs. f 119 83 ; cstr. Ju4 19 1 S 16 s0 ; sf. ijfc ^56"; pl.nnX3Jos9 4 -' 3 ;— skin, E '3J0S9 4 ' 3 1S16 20 ; abnn '3 Ju 4 19 ; for tears i/r 56" (fig.; v. Che); liD'pa "1 i.e. shrivelled and useless ^ 1 19 83 (in sim. ; cf . [De] Che Schu De Witt We > as t hrust

B r rmj

y^ aside, out of the way Now (in Hup), cf. De, or as black and wrinkled outwardly, while retain- ing the choice wine within Bae, after Rosenm. Hup).— Vid. Winer BWBAlts, * fc "«* Kmp B,HWB "- t[nNJ] vb. only Pi'lel be comely, be- fitting (Thes 01' S51 »' ,8 "Sta» 416b Ges» 7il '- B - 4 SS Bae* 831 > AE Ki Hartm Plurlllt - l " ldu, " e,ia87,i,13ff - N5 ZMG«XX.1876,18 S Nqw Hup *3.,l.M.( Bufll ^ph V I. ms desire, i.e. desirable, beautiful; KH nN3 Pi. Hithp.; X "NU beauty); — Pi'lel Pf. f1 }«? t* 93* ( so van d. H Ginsb; Mass Baer De" 1100 - rmj = ri}K3 v . H}«J adj., but v. Sta ' «>»); 11N3 Is 52? Ct i 10 (on form cf. Gea^);— 1 . fee comely; of feet of messenger, (fig.) Is 5 2 1 ; of cheeks Ct i 10 . 2. be befitting: EHp"'3 yJK$

  • 93*-

T!T1N3 adj. comely, seemly; — '3 m. Ct 2" + 3t-;V. m»q *33' + 4t., ™3 J e 6 2 ;— 1. comely, beautiful, of woman Ct i 5 6 4 (|| HBJ); of face 2 14 (HK-ip); so mj Je6 2 (fig. of Jerus.; || "JR?); of mouth Ct4 3 (||rrir>S'£>). 2. seemly, of praise nWin^ 33 > i 47 > ; subj.in>-nBb'Pri77(cf.Ct4 3 ); 3Ujjji I0 io. ni 3 3 26 1 . So also ^93* Mass. (anom. fern.) v. [ilN3] supr. frtN3 t. n.pnj]»nbn.rfB. ON J (v of foil.; cf. lli groan, sigh; perhaps also NH 1313 speak). ON3 n.m. utterance (Ba NB82< Ko 1 ""' 601 > older expl. as Pt. pass.) ; — '3 always thus, as cstr.: — 1. utterance, declaration, revelation, of prophet in ecstatic state DJ??3 '3 Nu 24 31S ; by not* yc'e> '3 v 4 - 6 : nnan '3 y 3 " 2 S 23 1 Pr 30 1 ; )1 '3 2 S 23 1 ; yK'S '3 ^ 36 2 (transgression per- sonified, speaking with proph. voice w ^.pa) • elsewh. alw. 2. before divine names (exc. Je 23 31 see vb.): itirp '3 utterance, declaration of '< (prophet citing divine word given through him), Gn 22 16 (J), Nu i4»(P), 2 K 9 26 - 26 1 9 33 = Is 3V 34 , 2K22 ,9 =2Ch34 27 , Is 14 s 30 1 31" Ez ,36.7 l6 S8 3? ,4 JJ 2,5,8.23 1 ,11 J 2 U Qb 4.8 MJ + 6 " Zp !«-'» 3 » Zc 8' 7 io 12 11 6 12 14 13 8 Mai i 2 + Is 2 i2 t., Je 162 t., Am 14 t., Hgst., Zc'(i-8) 6 t. ; sq. iwne* Vlfo 1 S 2 30 Is 1 7 6 ; VPfj " ntoS(ri) Am6 814 ; nitTCX" '3 Is 14 2223 1 7 s 2 2 2 * Je 8 3 25- 30 8 49" Na 2" 3 ' 5 Zc 1 3" + Hg 5 t, Zc 1 (1-8) 7 t.; sq. ^nb» ^K Zp 2 9 ; 'x }HNn Is i 24 19 4 ; in "$* « tfw Am 3 13 ; 'v * <n«  l8 3 IS Je 49 s ; '* * 7]i?sn 46 ,8 4 8 16 57 w ; rW '31K '3 Is- 56 s Je 2 K Am 4 s 8 39 " + Ez 82 t. DM begins sentence only Is 56 s ^ no 1 ; often in middle Is49 18 Am3 10 + ; most frequently at end IS54 17 Am 2" 4 3 + ; found in all proph. except Hab., Jon. ; not in H D of Hex., Chr. (except || Kings), Dan., Job or the five Megilloth. i[DH3] vb. denom. utter a prophecy, speak as prophet ; — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. 'OJOfl DN3 Je 23 31 and they uttered (in the prophetic manner), it as an utterance(of'*) ; they used the prophetic formula (cf. * DK3 DnDK Ez 13"). t[*WJ] vb. commit adultery (NH id.; Aram. *1K3 (rare)); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. *1M? Lv 20 io.io. 3 mpl ,2x3.1 J e 5'+ 3 t. Impf.; Inf. abs. ' f|iM 23 14 ; 1&) H04 2 Je7 9 ; Pt. <j$ Pre 32 Jb 24 15 ; fs. nSNi Lv20 10 ; fpl. rim) Ezi6 S8 + 2 t.; — 1. lit. commit adultery: a. usu. of man, always with wife of another; c. ace. woman, Lv 20 1010 (H), Pr 6 32 ; elsewh. abs. Ex 20 14 =Dt 5 17 (Ten Words), Je 5 7 7' 23" Ho 4 s ; pt. m. Lv 20 10 (H), Jb 24 15 . b. of women, only pt. Lv 2o 10 (H), Ez 16 38 23 4545 . 2. fig. of idola- trous worship, yyn nxi par) na Je 3'. Piel Pf. 3 fs. nstu j e 3 8 ; 3 mpl. teX3 Ez23 3737 ; Impf. 3 mpl.' »M» Je 2 9 23 ; 3 fpl. nj3wn Ho 4 13 - 14 ; Pt. *imo is'57 3 ; pi. tmup JeV + 4 t.; f. nsxjD Pr3o^+a t,;-~ 1. lit. commit adultery: a. of man, c. ace. woman, J6 29 23 ; abs. EZ23 37 ; pt.pl. Je 9? 23 10 Ho 7 4 Mai 3 5 V/-50 18 . h. of woman, abs. Ho 4 1314 ; pt. 3 1 Pr 30 20 ; pi. Ez 16 32 . 2. fig. of idolatrous worship, DIT^S-nX Ez 23 s7 ; abs. Je 3 s , JHt 'I^OIsST 3 .' t[f)M3] n.[m.] adultery;— only pi. D'BW Ez 23 43 (but @@Co 1BW, cf. Berthol); sf. ^BN3 Je 13 27 (Ko 1151 ); fig. of idolatrous worship. t[?yiEW3] n. [m.] adultery; — only pi. sf. rp$U>r$ Ho 2" (Ba 1 ™ 216 ), of idolatrous worship of Baal. tl^Ni vb. contemn, spurn (NH id., Pi.; X K™Vreviling);—Qal Pf. '3 Pr 5 12 ; 3 pi. »4i Pr i 30 ; «X3 V 107 11 ; Impf. Y^l Pr 15 6 ; pSN3J Je 33 24 , etc. ; — contemn, subj. wicked and foolish, obj. nnain p r i 30 5 12 ; obj. id'io Pr 15 6 ; ™y+iof>; Jess^^bj.^Dy; cf. Gie); subj. '» ])t 3 2 19 Je i 4 21 La 2 6 . Pi. iy. r N ? V' io3 ' s ; riXK? 2 S 12", etc. ; Impf ft?, + 74 10 ,' sf. '?^ Nu 14 11 ; Inf. abs. YW (Sta 5221 ) 2 S i2 14 ; Pt. sf! ^SK3>p Nu 14 23 ; 70? Je 23 17 ; 1!»«3D Is 6o 14 ;— POM3

N"Q2 contemn, spurn, subj.men, obj. etc. : Nu 14" 23 16 30 (all J), L^i 20 Is I 4 ^ io 313 Je 23 17 ; obj. "■ DB> f 74 1IUS ; "" nnCN Is 5 24 ; *• nH3D 1 S 2 17 ; once obj. Jerus. Is 6o 14 ; cawse <o contemn (blaspheme AV RV) 2 S I2 14N (but 'Jl* prob. interp.; v. Comm). Hiph. /«»/>/. yah v. )>XJ. Hithpo'el P«. K? 5 "? *90 DVn-b Is 52 s every day is my name contemned. t H2N3 n.f. contempt, contumely ; — DV 'i nroirn Vny 2 k i g 3 = Is 37 s . t [n2N2] n.f. contempt (toward '<), blas- phemy [—pi. nftW Ne9 18M c. nfe^, of Isr.; I'rtSKJ Ez 35" of Mt. Seir, spoken against tpKj vb. groan (Aram. p*<3 (rare)); — Qal Pf. pSJl consec. Ez 30 24 c. ace. cogn. fig. of Pharaoh before king of Babylon (emend. Co v. ng|tj) Imp/. Jb 24" *$» r[npN2] n.f. groan, groaning; — cstr. TW1 Ex 6 5 '; sf. tjn^MJ Ex 2 24 Ju 2 19 ; pi. cstr. rtfpKJ Ez 30 24 ; — groaning of oppressed people Ex 2 24 6 5 Ju 2 19 ; of a wounded man Ez 30 24 ; (® Co nja X& for MT rrtpK? pM*., but cf. Berthol).* [ iNj] vb. only Pi. exact mng. uncertain; prob. (from context) abhor, spurn (De comp. Ar. Aj abhor, but this is med. j); — Pi. Pf. subj. ' T» La2 7 (obj. teNpPj ||n:j) ; 2 ms. nrntw ,/, 89 40 (obj. V?V n "1?; |pfo and rat, DKO v 39 ; doubts cast on text by Hup (reading Jtu), Now, Bu L * 2 ' 7 ). T2j n.pr.loc. 1. ancient priestly city 1 S 22 19 cf. v 11 c.n loc. ru'j (Ges S90 ■ 2ld ' 1,, •), 2 1 2 2 2 9 ; © No/i|3a, 'Sofifia, Noj3a, etc.; peril. = 13} (q.v.) Ezr 2 M =Ne 7 33 , Ezr io 43 , © Na/3ov, Na^., etc. Site dub. ; on Jerome's identif. with Nobe near Lydda cf. Buhl G ~« r 189 ; a Bet Nuba lies c. 13 m. WNW. fr. Jerus., c. 10 SE. fr. Lydda. 2. Is io 32 just N. of Jerus., station in (ideal) Assyr. march ; cf. Ne 1 1 32 (inhab. by Ben- jamites); perhaps= 1. — 2 S 2i 6 read 33 (q. v . p. 146 supr.) K1J (v/offoll.; EwFlDeKb^" 1 ' 133 ^. s^, * . comp. Ar. Cj [Uj utter a low voice, or sound, (esp. of dog); announce; but also be exalted, elevated (sil> eminence); in, iv. acquaint, inform, LIT information, announcement, intelli- gence] ; As. moid, ca//, proclaim, name, Dl HWB441 ; Eth. iaa: speak; Sab. K3Jn ? cf. Levy- O s z* ai ix. 1365 ' • CIS" 1 -" - "; Ges Kue al. think weakened form of j?33 bubble up, pour forth (of flow of words under excitement of inspiration); Hup Ri Sch cf. DN3 ; v. careful discussions by JJgProph.ll,n. 18 J£gOBL71S. t033 n.m. spokesman, speaker, prophet — '3Gn20 7 +i55t.; sf. 1*f33 Ex 7 1 ; pl.DWai Nu n M + 82 t.; B*N33 Je*27 18 + 16 1.; sf. WSJ

  • 105"; VN33 1 K 22 s2 ; Sf?3 2 K *?*> etc.;—

1. genuine prophet of'*, K'33, anciently called i"lN"> , 1 S 9' (antiquarian note) ; change prob. occurred in times of Elijah and is first reflected in Ephr. lit. as applied to Abraham Gn 20 7 ; Moses Dt 34", M. and other early proph. H06 5 I2 ii.ii.u.i4 Am2 n ' 12 ; of proph. in ecstatic state Nu I2 6 (E), 11 24 (JE). So in Judaic lit., of prophet like Moses Dt i8 1513 (D), of Aaron (as mouthpiece of M.) Ex 7 1 (P), of Sam. 1 S3 20 , an unknown Ju 6 8 ; in time of Sam. proph. were organized in bands : t 0W23 pan 1 S io 510 ; t'^n npni> i S 19 20 ; and in time of Elijah were + Q , N , a?n V.a— members of prophets' guilds i K 20 35 2 K 2 357IS 4 1 ' 3838 ; S03J of genuine proph. (besides phrases), in Judaic prophets, only of Jer., Je i 5 ; Ezekiel, Ez2 3 =33 33 ; of ancient prophets Je 28 8 ' 9 - 99 Zc i" 8 9 ; esp. tDW33H cieta-in Zc i 4 7 712 , cf. ttrtonan (i)nas) my (his) servants the prophets 2K9' 17 1323 2 i 10 24 s (all R D ) Ezrg 11 Dn 9 10 Je 7 25 25 4 26 s 29 19 35'* 44* Am 3 7 Zc i 6 , cf. Ez 38 17 Dn 9 6 ; Y™ "3V his servant the prophet I K 14 18 2 K 14 25 ; K^Zian withn. pr.: Jer., 2Ch36 l2 Dn9 2 +3i t. Je (but © only 4 t., the rest prob. redactional, see Gie Jor - m "); Elijah 1 K 18 36 (om ©), 2 Ch 21 12 Mai 3 a ; Nathan 2S7 2 +iot.S.andK.; 4 t. Chr. V'Si 2 (title); Isaiah, 2 K 19 2 20 114 =Is37 2 38' 39 1 ; 2 K 20 u 2 Ch 26 a 32 2032 ; Habakkuk Hb i 1 3 1 (titles); Haggai.Hg 1 '•»■'» a 1 - 10 ; Zech., Zc 1 17 (titles); elsewh. several others in S., K. and Chr. 1 5 1. ; toaj is used elsewh. of genuine proph. only 1 S 9 9 + 34 1. S. and K. ; 1 Ch 1 6 M = yfr 105 15 , + 1 3 1. Chr.; ^ 7 4 9 complains of absence of 'j ; N'afi jitn Dhn^ Dn 9 24 v. cnn. 2. false prophets: t prophets as official class, beside priests, charact. as false prophets : Is 28 7 Je 2 26 " 14'° 1 i

11.:«.34 26 7.8.11.16 32 32 Zc 
3 , app. also 2 K23 2 Ne9 32 La2 20 Je2 9' EZ7 26 

(in these not characterized); alw. false (exc. of ancient and special prophets given above) in Am 7 14 Ho 4 s 9 78 Mi 3 6611 Is 3 2 9 14 29 10 Je 2 8 ' 30 v r 2 N33


-1SJ1 j .13.H.1S.1S 2 -9+l«t. 2 _9.14.1i.l«.18 jQ 8 ' 15 a 1 ? 19 Ezi 3 ' I4 «-»-».i» 2 a 2 " 28 Zp3 4 La2 914 4 13 ; especially discredited Dt 13 s4 ' iff**** Zc 13 5 ' 45 ; such a prophet Hananiah called tW?P Je 2 8 1510 - ,JIS " (® omits in all but v 1 , where tytv&oTipcxfrJirqs). Usage of prophets themselves gives such a bad flavour to K<33, that we are not surprised that it is absent from exilic Isahih, the Wisd. Lit., and t//-^ (except for special reasons in 3 ^1// given under 1). + 3. heathen prophets 1 K 18 20 19 1 2 K 3 1313 ; W33 niB-Kn 1 K 18 19 ; i>y3n W33 1 K 1 8 19 - 22 - 25 - 40 2 K 10"; 1 K 2 2 6101213 - 22 - 23 = 2 Ch is** 1 "***. t[^2;] vb. denom. prophesy (in oldest forms, of religious ecstasy with or without song and music; later, essentially religious instruction, with occasional predictions); — Niph. Pf. 3 ms. N33 Je 20 1 + 7 t. ; 2 ms. n«33 Je20 6 +2t.; n-33 Je26 9 ; 1 s. ^msi Ez 37'; 3 pl.1K33 Je2 8 + 3t.; 1X33 Je23 21 ; Impf. 3 ms. K33? Am3 8 +9t. Impf.^ Imv. N33n Am7 15 + t; 7n/.N33nAm7 13 ; sf.iK?3n ZC13 3 ; iniqsn Zci3 4 , + 4t.Inf.; Pt. K33 Je - 26 18 +20t. Pt.';— 1. prophesy under influence of divine spirit : a. in the ecstatic state, with song 1 S 10" 19 20 and music iCh25 L2,3 . b. the word of '»: abs. Am 2 12 3 s (emend. Ttfl* We Now needless), 7 1S1 * Jo 3 ' Jeip" 26 18 2 8 9 3 2 3 Ez n 13 12 27 21" 37 7 38" but esp. in phr. n")DW «33n Ez 12 s7 2i 14JB 30 2 3 4 2 3 6 3 37 712 38 1417 ; c. ace. Je 20 1 25 50 28 s ; sq. ?? against Am7 16 Je25 13 26 20 Ez 4 7 1 1 4 13' 7 2 5 2 28 21 2 9 J 34 2 3 5 ! 3° 6 ^ 39 1 ; unto ¥.7. 37 4 ; ?» unto Am 7 15 Je 26 1112 28 s Ez 36 1 37 9 ; against 6 2 13 2 21 27 ; "• DP3 Jen" 14 15 23 s5 26 9 . 2. of false prophets : abs. Je 23 s ' Ez 13 2 Zc 13 334 ; c. ace. 1 K 22 12 = 2 Ch 18"; -ip?> Jei 4 14 2f 27 101416 29 21 ; y&b 27 IS ; ij3B»3 5« 20 6 29"; 'B>n 'KSJ 23 26 , cf. v 32 ; c. i> 14" 23 16 27 15 " 29 31 37 19 ; sq. bit concerning Ez 1 3". 3. cf. heathen prophets, ?J?33 Je 2 8 . Hithp. Pf. 2 ms. Cl"3?nn iSio'; is. 'WRI Ez 37'°; Impf. N33JV ' x S io'°+ 7 t.; 3 mpl. W33n> Nu 1 1* + 5 1.;' Imv. lN3|n J e 23 13 ; /w/. ntorin iSio"; Pi'.ns?™? Je26 20 +9t.Pt. ; — . prophesy under influence of divine spirit : a. in the ecstatic state Nu n 25 - 26 - 27 (J), with music 1 8 io'- 61013 , in frenzy 1 S i 9 2 »- 21 - 2 '- 23 - 2 < ; excited to violence 1 S 18 10 (= VV » mad 2 K 9"); Je29 M . b. apart from ecstatic state, abs. Ez37 10 , c. 5» 1K22 8 JC29 27 ; ?y iK22 18 = 2 Ch 1 8", 2 Ch 1 8 7 20 37 ; '" DB>3 J e 26 20 . 2. of heathen prophets of Baal in ecstatic state 1 K I8 29 ; by33 Je 23 13 . 3. of false prophets I K 22 10 =2Chi8 9 , Jei 4 14 Ezi 3 17 . Tnt^QJ n.f. prophecy (late : earlier syn. I"5)j — 1- a. specific and genuine 2 Ch 15 8 . b. false Ne 6 12 . 2. prophetic writing "by njnK 71N133 2 Ch 9 s , Tn^23 n.f. prophetess; — 1. a. of the ancient type endowed with gift of song, Miriam Ex 1 5 20 ; Deborah Ju 4 4 . b. of the later type consulted for a word of '», Huldah 2 K 22 14 = 2 Ch 34 s2 . 2. false prophetess, Noadiah Ne 6 14 . 3. wife of Isaiah Is 8 3 . t [33 y vb. hollow out (cf. As. imbubu, flute, D1 H ™ ,443 ) NH 313K id., Aram. |»&£ K313K id.; hence also Ar. i_j«-ol knots in reed, ^>art 0/ reed between knots, reed; vid. Hofim LCB188S.321 Fra 23 F1 in Levy TW '- 417 );— Qal Pt. pass. 3133 Jb II 12 Je 52 21 ; 3133 Ex 27 s 3 8 7 ;— hollowed, hollow : of altar of tabern. Tvb 3133 Ex 27 s 38 7 (P); of pillar in temple Je52 21 ; fig. 3133 B^K Jb 11 12 , i.e. empty, hollow-minded man. nn'5 v. 33. fi.in2 n.pr.loc. (prob. connex., at least for 2, with (Bab.) god Nebo, NaM, cf. n. ^33 and Bae 2 "- 15 ' 89 ' 258 ; yet not certain, No ZM01 "'- 1888.470 comp Ar Jj^i the foigh^ etc .) : @ Na#au; — 1. a. city in Moab NU32 388 (where assigned to Reuben; both JE = H33 MI 14 ) Is 15 2 Je48 122 1 Ch5 8 ; prob. on or near Mt. Nebo (v. infr.), cf. Buhl 0eo8T - 266f - Tristr" * b 338 . b. city in Judah, '3 '3.3 Ezr 2 29 = inK '3 f?S Nef (the men of the other N., so disting. — si inn vera 1., cf. Kyle — fr. a , or fr. another 33 ?), Ezr 10"; — this 133 in Judah perhaps = 33 1 q. v. 2. mt. in Moab, where Moses died Nu 33 47 Dt 3 2 49 (i3pn), 34 1 (id.; all P), six miles W. of Heshbon ace. to Onom. (ed. Lag 283 ). Prob.= mod. NebA at NE. corner of Dead Sea, Survey u.p.i.i.i8eff. GASm G ' ,0 « ^ • 562 ' , • Buhl ""'- 266 '- Tristr Moab 318, 338 J^ err JJJ E.of Jordan. 2421T. Qf n3D3. fn. ^23 n.pr.div. Nebo (loan-wd. in Heb., cf. Ph. n.pr.m. 133 ; = As. Xabu, Schr 00T0,0 "* I " i 1,461 Jastrow E,,1B * 1>m ' r - Jen Kamol ' rm Tiele*"- - Bab. G. K b.63at g ay B.l. Bab. 112 ff. ( cf p a l m n p ,. ^21)23,

Vog p " m - "*■ 73 ), and this perh. VnabA, call, 

name, v. N33); — Babylonian god 133 Dip 73 yi3 Is 46 1 . m"1M"WI23 n.pr.m. (= NabH-zer-iddin, Nebo ath given teed, Schr COT2K26 - 8 );— general of Nebuchadrezzar, always entitled D'nSB'ai 2 K 25 811!0 = Je 52 12 '" 6 ; Je 39 «>°»» 4 o' 41 10 43 « 5 2'*-*>. tngNVlSGa and (incorrectly) -i5fK3-T3tt3 (v. also infr.) n.pr.m. Nebuchadrezzar, Nebuchadnezzar (Bab. Nabd-kudurri-usur = (prob.) Nebo, protect the boundary ! Dl * 1 "" BL Budge N " 1>uch * d °- (on kudurru, boundary, v. Dl HWB319 ); poss. is also crown, and so Schr COT2K24, '; Jager BASI ' 471 prop, (thy) servant); — © Na/3ou- Xo8ovoa(<r)op ; Can. Ptol. NafJoKoXaoaapov Schr cot 4m Abydenos etc. No^ouicoSpdo-opor, v. Schr it. 2k 24,i. — ^. ne gj. ea t; ]jj n g f Babylon (reigned b. c. 605-562), who captured Jerus. and car- ried Judah captive : most oft. TJJO "iStrn3*33 S>33 ('3 oft. om. in ©) Je 21" (but om. © Gie)', 22 M 25 1 - 9 29 21 32 s8 34 1 (v. Baer's note; van d. H 'rDOJ)> 35" 37 1 39 15 (v. on 34 1 ), v» 43 10

30 ^2.13.26 49 30 50 .7 5 ,34 ^4.12 Ez 2& ^18.19.30. 

so Qr Je 49 !!S (Kt '3 '» "vWKTOB*); y*flfB) (!>33 *^D om.) Je 32 1 52 292930 . Spelt corruptly with n, '3 '» ->»S?.13 ! '33 ( c f. Schr COT2K24 ' ln ) 2 Ch 3 6 6 Dni 1 Je27 6 ' 820 '28 3 2 9 3 Ezr 2 1 Qr (Kt '3 'D TWrOOJ, cf. Je 49 8 supr.); isw-nttJ alone 2 Ch 36 7 - ,0 - ,s ('3 T^jfJ), Je 29 1 ; "tH^S?? '3 'D 2 K 24 110 - 11 25 1822 Je 28 1114 ; "JP^3J 1 Ch 5 41 ; '3 '» " l ?31? ! 0? Ne 7 6 Est 2 6 ; "^TP ? Ezr i 7 ('3 "D om.), "l*3"paj Dn 2 1 - 1 , "1M"]?3S 1" (v. also Tobit 14 5 , Jud I 1 -|-oft., as © supr.) — On N. v. further Tiele Bab - AM - GeMh ' <21ff " 4Mff - T , jiRE 5 Q3 n.pr.m. (= Nabd-sezib-anni, Nebo delivers me, Schr COTJe39 - 13 ); — officer of Nebuchadrezzar, called D ,- ip"31 (q.v.) Je 39 13 . DuD n.pr.m. a Jezreelite ; — 1 K 2 1 *** T22 * + 1 6 1. 1 K 2 1 ; 2 K 9 51JS M . © Nafiov6cu. t[rQ^I] vb. bark (of dogs) (NH id.; Ar. ~J£; Eth. i-flrh:; Aram. -JL», ri33);_Qal Inf. cstr. only naab >bp t6 Bfl^lJ B^f D^3 Is 56 10 fig. of helpless prophets. trc5 n.pr.m. et loc. 1. m. a Manassite Nu 32" (JE), © Na/3«</. 2. loc. in Gilead Ju8 u , © Na(3nt, tiafS((6); Nu 32" (formerly n3p, q. v.), © Na/3u>0. TirO^ n.pr.div. god of men of Avva, 2 K 1 7 31 ; name otherwise unknown, cf. Sch C0T,d loc -;

tann ®B tiji» "E/3Xafaj, ©L 'E/3Xa«£Vp, A 'A/3aaf«Y> xai njv Naij9at ; Thes comp.Mand.denom. jJL»=TK33 (Cod. Nasar. Norberg.) Codd. give variant |ri3J cf. Baer* < " oc - Frensdorff " u "•»"'• **. t [1222] vb. Pi., Hiph. look (NH Pi. id.; Ar. lx^ is well or issue forth (of water). As. nabdtu is shine D1 HWB443 ; Sab. epith. B33 pro- tector (? lit. looking with consideration upon Mordt z " a " I187 «' 37 ); n.pr. $>KB3J Cod Aa* m, i.e. considered Levy-Os 2 * "" 1 ^- 231 );— Pi. />/. consec. 0331 Is 5 30 fooA (lit.), sq. K Hiph. .P/. B<3n Nu2i 9 +3 t.; noarn i s 2 32 , etc.; Impf. B'3! Nu 1 2 8 + 4 t. ; B3»l ' 1 S 1 7 42 + 4 t., etc. ; Imv. Ban 1 K 1 8 43 + ; C'aa ,/, 1 4 2 5 (or Inf. abs.), cf. La 5 1 Kt ; n? , an ^ 1 3 4 4- , etc. ; Inf. cstr. B'an Ex 3 6 + ,etc; Ft. B'3D ,/, 104 32 ; — look: 1. lit., a. human subj., sq."?? Ex3 6 (E), Nu 2i 9 (JE), Is 8 s2 (|| nbyoj> n;s V S1 ), cf. 51', Jon 2 s ; sq.-by Hb2 15 ; sq.^ns Gni 9 ,7 - 26 (J), Ex 33 s (E), 1 S 24/; sq. H_ loc.,' Gn 15 s (HD'OP), c f. Jb 35 s (Er£B>); sq. Dp]T1 1X18 43 ; sq. ace. = look upon, behold Nui2 8 (E), Is 38"; abs. Jb6 19

S 17 42 (|| nso), 1 k 18 43 19 6 (sq. nan), 1 ch 2 1 21 

(II ^?1)> so V' 22 ' 8> ^- subj. eagle, abs. Jb 39 s (sq. adv. piTJOp). 2. fig.: sq. «>K regard, shew regard io'iSi6 7 (*H^jr^J), cf. 2 K 3 14 (|| '"I&TJ); pay attention to, sq. ~?N Is 22 s ; = cotj- «(fer Is 51 1 ' 2 ; Z00& Mw/o sq. "?K i/c34 6 (read Imv. pi. © , '? n .w? Bani i^92 12 see its desire upon, gloat over (cf. 3 n 91), diff. 1 S 2 s2 ; sq. ace. adv. ■f 1 42 s (rB* to the right; || nso); abs. Is 42 l8 (sq. niKnb of purpose); 63 s Hb i 5 (|| ntO), so ^91" (T?. ; ?3), cf. Pr 4 23 , sq. nabb (subj. 1"yif ; || 1^3J «"f»jn. 3. subj. '-: sq. ?X + D^OGto i, I02 20 ; sq. "?S z= look upon, i.e. endure to see Hb 1 13 (|| HNn) • S o sq. ace. v 13 , cf. i 3 (or causat. Ew ; || s VTjB) ; sq. i», ^ 104 s ' Jb 28 24 ; V 74 20 ( n, "!?^ ) ) ; sq- ace. Is 6 4 8 (|| jn), La 3 63 ^10" (|| , " 1 ?1); =regard, shew regard to, Am s 22 ^84'° La 4 16 , cf. *i3 4 ; sq.'i'K irf. Is66 2 ; abs. ^ 94* i.e. Aat>e power of sight, Is 18 4 ; sq. D^DEto + 33 13 8o 15 Is 6 3 15 (H n*TJ), La 1" (||nNTJ), so v 12 2 20 5 1 . t[^Sp] n.m. Zc9,ls expectation = object of hope or confidence (lit. thing looked to); — sf. UB3D Is 20 6 , DB3D v s , RBSB Zc 9 s ;— of Cush 222

Va3 " 22"" 16 2Ch as ally of Judah Is 20 56 ; of Tyre as ally of Philistia Zc 9 s . TI322 n.pr.m. father of Jerob. I (cf. Sab. 1333, i>Nt333,v. t333 supr.); — only in phrase t333"|3 DJJ3V 1 K II 26 I2 S1S 15 1 i6 326 - 31 2 K 3 3 9 »'io» 13 211 14 24 i 5 9I8 - 24!B 17 21 2

M I0 2u I3 6 . @ Na/9a0, Na/3ar. 

tni' , 22 n.pr.gent. (Nab. 11333 =Nabataean and Kabataeans, Eut N * bI ' 4 and oft., cf. 1333 of Jewish trad. No 2 " "*-' 87 '- 124 , t333 S 1 ' 60 - 7 (on form of name, and on t3 = n cf. Lag BNlnr ); in As. Nabaitai, etc., Schr C0TGn2 * IS ; KQF,i " r - Dl p » 296 f ); — as (eldest) son of Ishmael (brother of Kedar) Gn 25" 28" 3 6 3 (all P), 1 Ch i 29 ; people (|| Kedar) Is 60 7 , cf. Nabataei + Cedrei Plin hht.ii.66. © Na (3 mo> ^ ; Gk. Na^arolot.— See fur- ther No i ZMGlXY - lsr, ' ,22f - Eut N * bp - 78 GASm GoOBr - -629 pus. r["ipp] n.[m.] spring (si vera 1.) (-/un- known);— only pi. cstr. O)-^: Jb38^ 6 the springs, sources of tlie ocean, (|| Dinjjl ~i[5n); —

Siegf ^33 ; Bu suggests ^33 = ->j;a» as 

poss.; but GrPerles rd. 'a?? Jb 28 11 , also, for Mass. ♦?|0, cf. 1H3 2. j-I. 7^3 (V'offoll.; meaning dubious). . 713 n.m. Jel3,u 1. skin-bottle, skin ; 2. jar,pitcher; — 733abs. 1 Sio 5 +; cstr.v 3 +(on?33 v.Baer 18124 );— 1. skinofwine, f* ^33 1 S I 24 io 3

S 16', cf. also Je I3 1212 ; pi. f* ^} 1 S 25 18 : 

fig. QT>& ^33 Jb 38 s7 i.e. clouds (|| D^nf). 2. earthen jar, fritcher : fig. of connexions of Eliakim D^33 ^3 Is 2 2 24 ; WBT Dn^33 Je48 12 (|| <pnj Q'5>|) in fig. of Moab (cf. f 2 9 ) ; fc^lT*^ La4 2 sim. of men of Judah (|| "W* *T njt^P); sim. of destruction of Judah, DnxV'i>33 TJJjf Is 30 14 . fn. 723, 7n: n.m.* 57 ' 9 a musical instru- ment, either a portable harp, or a lute, guitar (with bulging resonance-body at lower end); (perh. = I. />33, and then shape seems to favour lute; perh. independent word, e.g. Egyptian loan-word, cf. nfr, Z^e,We Hpt222 );— abs. ^33 1 8 io'+3t., *>?? ^7i~+3t.; bAm6'+2t.; pi. trjoa 2 S 6 5 + 4 t. ; sf. *I^33 Am 5 s3 Is 1 4 11 ; — Aar/> (or lute), played at feasts and religious ceremonies, probably less simple, cheap and common than 1133 (q.v.; oft. named with '3): — as mark of luxury, revelry Am 5 s3 6 5 Is 14 11 , so 5" (*>i>n f[h '3 1133), also (not in bad sense) iKio"; played by wandering band of prophets 1 S io 5 (list as Is5 12 ); in worship 2 S 6 s ; elsewh. only ijfijf Chr. always in worship : ^57 9 81 3 92 4 108 3 150 3 ; t>33 if)3 71 22 ; llfc^ '3 a harp with ten strings 33 2 144 9 ; I Ch 13 is' 6 - 20 - 28 16 s (b| D>< ?^), 25 1 ' 2 Ch 5 12 9 11 20 28 2 9 25 Ne 12 27 .— Cf. further Benz Aroh - 273ff - Now*"* 1 ' 273 * Dr Amo,234<r - ■^T e Hpt222ff. •{"II. 73 J vb. be senseless, foolish (NH "???j ri, ' ) ?? of immodesty; Ar. jli = (per contra) fee reoWe, distinguished, JJLT also 6e gracious (Frey) ; Aram. P33 ' Pa. reject, despise, v. % Ne 3 6 Jei4 21 ; in deriv. as NH); — ■ Qal Pf. 2 ms. Jjy33 Pr 30 32 if thou hast been foolish in lifting up thyself (opp. JniBT). Pi. Pf. 1 s. sf. consec. 'ipnpasi Na3 6 ; Impf. 3 ms. 5>8J$ Dt 32 15 ; 2 ms. ^33P1 Je 14 21 ; Pt. ^33D Mi 7 6 ; — regard or «reai a« a P33 (q.v.), i.e. with contumely, c. ace. : 2N 733D |3 Mi 7 6 son treateth father as a fool (with contumely); '3*1 "W3f Dt 32 ls and he treated with contumely the Rock of his salvation (i.e. ** ; || t?D3); * subj., Na 3 6 / will treat thee (Nineveh) with contumely (|| rj'J/jjtf i]^y "FahfrW); J e 14 21 do not treat with contumely the throne of thy glory (|| J'XS). fi. 7H3 adj. foolish, senseless, esp. of the man who has no perception of ethical and religious claims, and with collat. idea of ignoble, disgraceful ; — abs. '3 2 S 3 s3 + 1 4 t. ; mpl. D y33 i 3 13 Ez 13 3 (@ Co B$Q); fpi. rtbx Jb 2 10 ;— senseless, esp. of religious and moral insensi- bility: '3 Dy Dt 32 s (of Isr., unappreciative of J.'s benefits ; opp. 0??), so of heathen nation yjr 74 18 (blaspheming name of '•>), '3 ^3 Dt32 21 (||D|W); '3n D"N3jinEzi3 3 (siveral.,v.supr.); elsewh. as subst. (impious and presumptuous) fool, Is 32 s (opp. 3H3 noble-minded), character- ized as at once irreligious and churlish, v c ; denying God V'i4 1 = 53 2 ; insulting God 74 s2 , and God's servant 39 s ; Pr 17 7 arrogant speech becometh not the (impious and presumptuous) fool (whose faults it only makes the more con- spicuous), much less do lying lips him that is noble (3H3), v 21 (|| ^D3), 30 22 Dni> JQE» '3 ^331 (one of the things under which the earth trembles), 733 )3 Jb 30 8 i.e. ignoble men (|| DB*" 1 ^ »33); a-s one who might be expected bv

jra to have a contumelious end, "03K mc '3 ni»3n

S 3 M was Abner (destined) to die, as a '3 

dieth ? of the man who amasses riches unjustly 733 TTTV Wirwai Je 17" i.e. will prove him- self to be a '3; as acting immorally (with collat. idea of disgracefully) z S 13" into irnn KM burton D^n ( c f. n^33) ■ f. only in nn« -aia nibjin JbV 10 (of Job's wife). Cf. Dr W!S ' ! S2.6.I5.21; Pi»lt.«7 . 722 n.pr.ni. (on popular etymol. see 1 S 25 s5 infr.); — a churlish man of Carmel, whose widow David married 1 S 2S w-«>.u.n.*.a, (toy r6aji toe> 733 Nirqa toe>a), V M + iot. 1 S + 2 S 2 2 3 3 . © No/3aX. Tn7D3 n.f. senselessness (as shewn in t t : v disregard of moral and religious claims), esp. of disgraceful sins; also disgrace; — alw. abs. '3 ; — 1. disgraceful folly, esp. of sins of un- chastity Ju 1 o 23 (wanton deed GFM), so "D"! nwn 'an v 24 , 2 S i3 12 ; oft. Vj^3 '* ^ i.e. do a thing disgraceful ace. to Isr.'s standard : Gn 34 7 (J), Dt22 21 (cf. Dr on mng. of wd.; only here of woman), Ju 20 6 ( + n©J), v 10 Je 29 23 (cf. ^tob^a |3 rfV K? 2 S 1 3 12 ) ; also of inhospitable churlishness 1 S 25 s6 (v. I, 11. 733, and esp. Is 32 s ); of profane action J0S7 15 (Achan; '3 n'B'V 7tflfe^2,); of senseless and irreligious language Is 9 16 "13.M, 32 s paT). 2. contumely, disgrace '3 Daay TEW. Jb 42 s (of '•>), i. e. deal out to you disgrace, expose you and punish you as Dv33 (cf. 2 S 3 s3 , sub 733), because of your utterances about me. TjT/17122 n.f. immodesty, shamelessness, lewdness of Isr. under fig. of adulteress Ho 2 12 . t /Zl 2 vb. sink or drop down, languish, ■wither and fall, fade (NH id.; As. nabdlu, destroy, Dl HWB443t Ar. jlj v, vin. die; Aram. Nb'33 corpse);— Qal P/. 3 ms/3 Is 40 78 Je 8 13 ;

f s . n^33 Is 2 4 44 ; Trap/. 3 ms. 713? ,/, i 3 + 4 t. 

(onfor^n' T cf.GesS <33 ' B - , ' h 01 S246e ), 2 ms. 730 Ex 18 18 ; 3 mpl. 173? 2 S22 46 = V'i8 46 , J$ty + 3 f ;

pL 7331 Is 64 s (on form cf. Di and 01 5236e ); 

Inf. abs. 733 Ex i8 ls ; cstr. 733 Is 34*; Ft. 733 Is 28 1 ' 4 ; f. rbl3 abs. Is 34 4 ; cstr. Is i 30 ;— 1. sin/i; or drop down, fr. exhaustion 730 733 Ex 18 18 (Moses and Isr.); fr. discouragement 2 S

2 46 = ifr 1 8 46 (of foreigners, foes of Isr.); of mt. 

? t'Bb— in Jb i 4 18 (but bS& 71B3 Lag Prop,, - 0,,,,d - Siegf Baer, after @, so Bu [or H^3J]; Du 713? 7133). a. usu./aW like a leaf, or flower wither and fall, fade : nj$ nb£b r6t$3 Ibi 30 like an oak falling as to its leaves (sim. of people of Jerus.); the host of heaven n^V 7333 siS) njxnp rfabrn jean IS34 4 ; v6j?'a? T t6 Ez47 B (trees in Ezek.'s vision), so fig. of good man V'l 3 ; of Isr. Je8 13 , tfffl 7331 Is 64 s ; also ff 733 4 o 7 - 8 (both || 1W B^), 733 f»X 28 1 , cf. v 4 ; of wicked V Nfj PTO ^ 3 7 2 (|| ^W 17"?); of devastated earth H733 nWJDK H xn "^ 3 f73«  pan is 2 4 4 . Tn7!12 n.f. carcass, corpse (as inert, flabby);— '3 ahs. I K 13"+; cstr. n$33 v *>+; sf. ^33 Is26 19 ; ^33 Dt28 26 I K 13 22 ; in^>33 Jos 8 M + 6 t.; nn!?33 Lv 1 1 39 - 40 - 40 ; Drib? Is 5* -(- 1 4 1. ;- — carcass, corpse : 1. a. human (not in Ez P, (H), which use 133); Jos 8 s9 (JE), 1 K j g22.24.24.2S.25.28.2S.28.29.30 2 R g V J e 26 23 ggJO TJ t 2 ,M

M ; coll. corpses Is 5^ 26 19 (wish for restora- 

tion to life), Je l 33 9 21 16 4 19 7 34 20 ^ 79 2 . b. of lifeless idols, coll. "131 OiTX^E> 1^33 Je i6 18 . 2. of animals (clean and unclean, wild animals, cattle, birds and reptiles, chiefly Lv Ez), Dt

8 ; Lv5 2 "n 

.11.24.25.27.2S.35.36.37.; i7 15 (allP); '3 specif.— body of animal dying of itself Dt 14 21 ; Lv 7 24 1 1 39 - 40 - 40 (P), 22 8 (H), Ez 4" 44 3 '. Tt3 933 n.pr.loc. place where Benjamites dwelt Ne 11 34 . ©L N<./3aX«r. Mod. Beit Nebala, 6 m. NE. from Lydda, ace. to Guerin s.m.n.67f.. Mishn. KD733 rV3 Buhl GMl2; G ~» rI97 . r[>/J^] vb. flow, spring, bubble up, poet, and late (NH id. (rare); As. nabtl, id., Dl HWB 442 ; Ar. JLo well or issue forth (of water) ; Aram. •^i, 5»3 ; Eth. M10: 11. weep, ft*HlO: tear(s));— Qal Pt. 5?33 703 Pn8 4 a flowing wady, metaph. of '""J^n ""^PP- Hiph. Impf. ¥}l + I 9 *+ 3 t.; nV"3{<^78 2 Pri 23 ; «*3!^94 < M5 7 ; im * 59 8 ; 3 fpi- ™m + ii9 171 ;— pour out, emit, cause to bubble, belch forth : 1, pour out, fig. wi raaS n^as Pn 23 (|| nrniN OSHX *T?"J). 2. cause to bubble, ferment Djpi-i af ya: e^nt nio »3aj Ec 10 1 . 3. fig., usually of speech, pour forth, emit, belch forth, emphat. expression : Jlijn y?: D'VEn '9 Pr 1 5 28 (opp. ni35?.7 nan^ pn>- ab) i.e. the righteous yntt


considers before he speaks, the wicked bursts out with reckless utterance ; n^K JpJC D^D3 «  Pn5 s (opp. nyn a^n D'oan jie6); tot f?: pri? ^, 94 < (|| ijk "tyrfy vibkit); rjrvM 'a: 59 s (HDrt'n'iriBb'a ntann); in good sense, rtWl nffB 78 s (|pB^Eto3nnnBK); n^nri ^nsb» nsjran 119'"; ijra: laic-ai tji i 45 ? (Heir* ^n^Pl, cf. also v 6 ); metaph. 10K 'a: DVp Di< 19 » > i. e . though silent, it really pours forth speech. Tj^QTO n.[m.] spring of water (As. nam- ba'u. D1 HWB442 , Ar. 541;, Syr. ^c£*£);— abs. 'O Ec 12 6 ; pi. cstr. D<» 'JfttO Is 35 7 49 10 (for returning exiles). ]un? v. jeb. J3 (-/of foil. = 6e rfry, parched, NH 253, Aram. c»^, MJJ, 3<33). T23 j n.[m.] south-country, Negeb, south (cf. Lag BN rs ) ; —'3 abs. Gn 20' + ; cstr. Jos n 2 + ; IJMGn I3 14 + ; — 1. south- country, i.e. a. specif, the region S. of Judah, boundaries not exactly defined (see cities in it Jos 15 21 " 32 ), but c. fr. hills S. of Hebron to Kadesh, '3n p.K Gn 20 1 (E), 2 4 62 (J), Nui3»(JE), Jui I6 Jos'i 5 19 ; aim. = n.pr. 'an, naajh, Gni2» 13 1 Nui 3 l7a 21 1 (all J), Dt 34 3 (JE), Dt I 7 Jos 10 40 11" 12 8 (all D), NU33 40 Jos 15 21 (both P), Ju i 9 1 S20 41 (but rd. 33"!«n, i.e. the mound ® (ya/9) Th We Klo Dr Kit Bu HPS), Je 13" 17 26 32" 3 3 13 Zcf Ob 20 V'i26 4 (sim.),Ez2i 3 *(=Judah); '3 (no art.) Gn 13 s (J), 1 S30 1 , IS30 6 (cf. Di); of particular districts in the Negeb : Tig '3 Ju i 16 (cf. GFM), rrjW '3 etc. 1 S 27 1(U010 (cf. Dr), 3c. 14 - 14 2 S 24 7 2 Ch 28 18 ; v. also Zc 14'°; '3 DO - } Jos 19 8 , '3 niDT 1 S30 27 ; coll. c. pi. vb. = people of south-land Ob ". b. land S. of Babylon Is 2 1 ' (cf. Di). c. = Egypt Dn 1 1***" 44 ****" (v. Meinh Bev Behrm, cf. v 43 ). 2. hence south (opp. N.,E., W.) Gni 3 ' 4 28 14 (both J), Jos 17 10 (P), 1 K 7 25 = 2 Ch 4 4 , 1 Ch 9 24 26 1617 (cf. v 14 " 18 ), Ez 2i 3b -» Dn 8 49 , further 1 K 7 39 Zc 14 4 ; DKQ .13071 row Ex26 18 , cf. 2 7 9 < 36 53 3 8 9 40 s4 (of S. side of tabernacle); '3 nyB' Ez 46 s - 9 ; '3 DKS

  • om<A «'(/« or iorrfer Nu 34 s 35 s Jos 18 16 (all P),

EZ47", cf. v 19 4 8 I « S8B ; '3 ^33 south boundary Nu 34 s Jos I5 5 - 4 18" (all P), of. ? 3330 (fcjp) on the south of Nu 34 44 Jos 15 3 (b '30*i>N), v 37 i8 3 (all P), Ju 2 1 19 ; '30 abs. on the south Jos i8'(JE), ^"(P), iSi4 s Ez4o 2 ; '3D >D13;n t|n| Jos 15 8 , cf. i8 13 - 16 (all P); fl333 15" ,&*** ( al i P), 2 Ch 4'° Ez 2 1 3 (Co ; £ an), 48' 017 ; i> naj3 Jos 17 9 (P).— For rfn33 '3 1 1 2 rd. TjJ (®Di)." vb. be conspicuous (NH in deriv.; Ph. n.pr.m. 133; Ar. J^j conquer, overcome, also be apparent, conspicuous; jjs>5 high land or country; is»j 6e courageous, vigorous, effective, Xs>J courageous, efficient; Aram. *^, TJ3 drag, draw, lead; J?cl^, ""1133 leader; Eth. VIA is travel) ;— -Hipb..^ P/ - . T|Pi Gn3 n + , 3 fs. HTan 1 S25 19 + , rnjri Gn i2 8 +, etc.; Impf. T3? 1 S 9 6 +; 13'1 Gn

s2 +; sf. nf?: is 44 7 ; rnr j e 9 11 ; fgj. Dt 
7 (juss.), etc.; J»w. "Un 2 Si8 21 + ; nT3n 

Gn29 15 +, etc.; /n/. a6«. nan Ju i4 12 + 2 t.; Tgn Je 3 6 16 ; c«<r. T3np Gn 3 2 6 + ; TfA 2K9" Kt. (Qr '3r6); Pt. T?p Gn 4i M +; f. map Est 2 20 ; pi. cstr. 'Tap Ju 14 19 ;— declare, tell [usu. sq. ? of indir. obj. Gn 3" + oft.; ins. also 1 S 12 7 2 S 13 s4 @ Th We Klo Dr Kit Bu, so HPS 2 S 1 3 M (1 S 1 2 7 he foil. $ as more diff.); sq. ^NExi 9 9 1 S3 15 ; sq.^ 1 S17 31 + 142 3 ; V3B-^JJ Jb 2 1 31 ; V.Wa Je 36 20 ; sq. 3 loc. (instead of indir. obj.) chiefly proph. Je 4 s 5 20 3 1 10 -4- ; also 1 S 4 13 2 S i 20 2 K 9 15 Mi i 10 ; rarely sq. ace. pers. 2 S 15 31 (but rd. Tan nnffl HPS (indef. subj.), or lan 'l^i "We Dr Kit, ©33 Th Klo Bu favour nan), 2 K 7 911 Ez4 3 10 Jb 17 5 26 4 31 37 ; sq. dir.obj. in ace. Gn 45 13 + oft. ; sq. cl. wi. '? Gn 3 ll + oft; sq.cl.wi.1» i « = ' , 3(late)Est3 4 6 2 ; sq. cl. wi. no Gn 29 16 Ju'l 6 13 Est 8 1 + ; sq. cl. wi. "D 2K6 11 ;sq.cl.wi.n3' l NCti 7 ,oncesq.cl.wi.nGn43 6 , etc.; oft. no dir. obj., sq. ~tonb Ex 13 8 1 S 25" + ; sq. net<'l Gn 47 1 + ; -Oti then foil, by oral, rect.; 'an alone sq. orat. rect. Zc 9 12 ; sq. ?5? concerning, 1 S 27" Est 6 2 ; oft. indir. obj. om. 1 S 24" + ; dir. obj. om. Ju 13'° + ; both om. Lv 5' + ]. In Hex. rarely P, tLv 5 1 14 s5 Ex i(Pi; J, Gn 3" i2 18 Exi3 8 +i8t.; E, Gn2i 6 3i 20 4 i 25 +i5t.; D, Dt 17 9 26 3 30 18 +5 t.; — 1. tell, announce, report, usu. human subj. Gn g 22 24 23 32" Lv 14 35 Jui 3 6 1 S3 18 iKi 23 Ne2 12 Est 2 1010 Jbi2 7 V.142 8 Isi9 ia Je5 20 Ez24 19 - r . 2. declare, make known, expound, esp. of something before not understood, concealed or mysterious, Gn 3" 12 18 , etc.; iK io 8 =2Ch 9 2 ; a riddle Ju i 4 ,21i - 16.W.W.1.. dream Dn 2 2 ; secret Jb 1 1 6 , etc.; of' 1 - as revealing, Gn4i K 2 S 7" 2 K 4 s7 Mi 6 8 Je 42 s ty 1 47" 1 ; of declaring by '*'s agents Dt 5 s Mi 3 s 1 S 15 16 2 S 24 13 Je 50 29 Is 58 1 ; by divin. Ho 4 12 . na

T»aa . inform of (play the informer concerning) Jos2 UM Jezo 10 Jbi7 s Lv5 l Pr2 9 M . 4. publish, declare, proclaim, esp. of proclaiming wisdom, power, loving-kindness, etc., of ' (esp. W): *9 12 22 M 51 17 92 316 i45 4 + . sub J- heavens f 19 2 50 8 gf; Is 42" 57 12 . 5. avow, acknowledge, confess: Is 3' ^38", cf. Is 48 s . — Pt.= messenger 2S15 13 Jesi 3131 cf. "W T?pn 2 S i 5 - 6 - 13 ; 'an (tojdl 2 S 18". tHoph. Pf. ^n Jos9 M + ; Impf. *>|J) Gn2 2 !0 + ; /»/ aft*, "tt'n Jos 9 s4 Eu 2"; — be told, announced, reported, alw. sq. f (sts. impers., logical subj. inacc, cf. Gn2'7 42 2S21 11 , c. fern. Is 2 1 2 ; not in P): Gn 2 7 42 (J), 3 1 22 (E), Dt 17 4 Jos 9 2424 (D), Ru 2 11 " Ju 9 25 2S10" 19 2 2i" 1K10 7 18 13 1 Ch 19" 2 Ch 9 s Is 2 1 2 4 o 21 ; sq. lbK> Gn 22 20 38 1324 (all J), Jos io 17 (JE), 1 S 15 12 19 19 2 S 6 12 1 K i 51 2 K 6 13 8 7 Is7 2 ; sq.cl.with"3Exi4 5 (J), JU 9 47 lS2 3 713 2 7 4 lK2 29 ' 41 . < "TO subst. what is conspicuous or in v v 151 front, always as adv. or prep, in front of, in sight of, opposite to, "lj3, cstr. *T33, sf. ^H ^38 n + , T1?? 38 10 +, etc.; with n loc. TKll t^ 116 1418 ;— 1. as adv. accus. in front of, a. locally (rather stronger and distincter than )BJ>), (a) Gnsi 32 W-Ol 1 WW 133 to front of our brethren own it, now, v 37 47 15 J11D3 n»71 1133 why should we die in thy sight? Ex 19 2 Isr. encamped inn 133 in front of the mountain, 34 10 nsC^M nbl'K T,Ojr5>3 133 &e/ore, t» sight of, all thy people (cf. ^ 78 12 ), Jos 3 16 the people passed over MTV 133 in front of J., 1 K 20 27 ,etc.; Ne 3 s3 to /ro»i« of their house, v 29 ; (!>3) 133 bvcto* Dt 3 i n Jos 8 s6 1S15 30 2 Si2 12 + ; iK 2 1 13 set Naboth DJW TJJ; '" 133 1 S 12 3 16 6 ir^Eto " n?.3 i]K, so ^ ^89 37 , ft» 18 13 ; 133 ttotfn Nu 25 4 2 S 12 12 ;'* 22 20 WT'Jj 5* 11 (so poet, ? ni33^ n6 1419 ); hostilely, Jb 10"; with collat. idea of to the mortification of, ^23° 3i 20 ,cf. Jo i ls ; with collat. idea of being open or known to, Pr 15" *■ 133J113K1 blNB>, Jb 26 s ; if 38 10 ♦nwrio -pu (||rnnw vb tod), 69 20 (yriyr),

1 9 168 Is 59"; so Vn «3B 133 Ho 7 2 . (b) with 

reflex, sf., and vb. of motion, to go in front of oneself i.e. straightforward, Jos 6 5 STN DIM £jn 1133 each straightforward, v 20 Am 4 3 Je3i 39 Ne 1 2 s7 , cf. Pr 4 s *. b. mentally, = vividly present to, f 38 18 TOD H33 '31N301, 44 16 5 1 * T»n 133 TlNOni, io9 ls ' '3 (remembered by) : nearly = 175??, *ljj W? Is 4c 17 *39 6 5 so '31 WfOl DiTjB Is 5 21 . But Ex io 10 WM 133 njn »a e/or« yowr /ace is = in your view, or purpose (cf. &jW5"«n TJ *i?.3l> rrtyx t6 ^ 101*). . With preps.: a. +1333 ace. to what is in front of= corresponding to, Gn 2 18 I will make him fa??.? 1$ a help corresponding to him i.e. equal and adequate to himself, v 20 among the animals there was no 11333 1$. b. 133? in front of, before, Gn 33 12 ^J> n^KJ, Nu 22 s2 2 K i 13 fell on his knees VV^N 133^, Is i 7 your ground nniK D^3K BT8 D3133^>; with 101? Jos 5 13 Dn8 15 io 16 , in a hostile sense v 13 , cf. Pr2i M ; in the sight or presence of, Hb I 3 'I??? DDm 1B1 , ^39 2 n33^ yen iijn, 50 8 Ton n33$> Trfrijn, Ne 3 37 ; opposite to (prob. of opposite choirs), Ne 1 2 9 ' 24 ;= parallel to, 1 Ch 5"; = over, for, a business (peculiar) Ne n 22 ; fig. of what is visible morally, ^ 18 23 '133^ NJttOfc i>3 »3 (|p3D TDK t6), with <o se« or pZace ^ 16 8 54 s D133^ trrbtt IDS? nb (cf. 86 14 ), 90 8 J oft. in the phrase . . . *JP| ^J& both lit., as Jb 4 16 nsiori

  • £8 "b, ^5 6 T3"y '3*> o^inn lassw ab (cf.101 7 );

and in a moral sense, * 18 s5 W* 'lb "V 133, 26 3 "O'JJ '3^> "]1Dn *3 i.e. is ever present to my mind, 36 s Wy '3^ DM^X inB fK i.e. he has no eye to discern God's awe-inspiring judgments (cf. 1 o 5 ); with JVBfc t6 i.e. have in view, pur- pose (flWJfcO 10 1 3 . c. •npj'? (a) adv. off (JO 1 c) the front, in front, opposite, ex adverso, Gn2i 16 133D ?lb 3SynT sat her down opposite, v w , 2 K 2 7 ; Dt 2S 66 13313 1^> D'K^n T ,f1 vm shall be hung up for thee in front (i.e. sus- pended, as by a thread, in front of thee) ; Ju 9 17 133D WS1 ~]b&1 and flung away his life in front or straight away (i.e. hazarded it) ;= some way off, from or at a distance, Nu 2 2 Dt 32 s2 Tj3D »3 psn ns nsin, 2K2" '30 WSl'l a < a distance, 3 s2 4 s5 ; aioo/, 2 S 18 13 1J30 3V"Tin imtO, Ob 1". (6) as a prep, (a) /rom the front of, away from, Ct6 5 ^MD T^5? '3Dn, r S 26 20 ib^K "3B '3D nxiN 'OT ; ^^J? 1330 ^rom before the eyes of, with verbs of removing Is i 16 , cutting off ^3 1 23 Jon 2 5 , hiding Am 9 s Je 16 17 . (0) opposite to, Ne 3 I9 ' 2s - 2 7; at a distance from, -^ io 5 11330 TDBtPD Dno, 38 12 nor *JU3 1330. (y) P 1330 /rom 6e/ore, Pr 14 7 , in front of Ju 20 34 . d. t13?. 13? as/ar a* the front of, Ne 3 1626 . tT33 n.m. leader (lit. prob. one in front), ruler, prince; — abs. 'l lS9 16 +3it.; cstr. T33(133) 2 K2C> + 6t.; pi. DH'33Jb2 9 10 +3t.;

  • T3J 2 Ch 25 s ;-^ruler, prince + 76 13 Pr 28 16 Jb nm

nycBo

10 31 s7 (in sim.). Esp. 1. of king of Isr.: of 

Saul by '3b two ( + acc. pers.), I S 9" (subj. proph.), cf. of Sol., subj. people, 1 Ch 29 s2 ; io 1 (subj/'); of David by '3b TO 1 Si 3 14 25 30 , V1JX ?? '3 2 S 6 21 (in these '» subj.), by 'sb R»H 5 2 , ^ 'i tm f 1 Ch 1 1 2 1 fl cf. also 5 2 2 Ch 6 5 ; of David also 'j> '3 £3 Is 55 4 ; of Sol. ins njx ^y '3 Wnb 1 K > (* subj.) ; of Jerob. by 'S |TU ( + ace. pers.) 1 K 1 4 7 ('♦ subj.) ; so 1 6 2 of Baasha; of Hezekiah n?j> '3 2 K 20 5 ; T?J^ Vrisa ob ( + acc. pers.) 2 Ch n 22 (of Abijah, subj.' Rehob.); of Judah 1 Ch 28*. 2. of a foreign ruler or prince Ez 28 2 Dn 9 s26 . 3. the title of some high official connected with the temple Je 20 1 (of Pashhur) T3J Tj?B tWTj n'33 and he was prince-overseer in, etc. (for 'B see 29 26 ); hence D'nbsn flU '3 1 Ch 9 11 2 Ch 3 1 13 35 8 (three 'n '3 TJ3, including the high- priest), Neil"; of high-priest Dn n 22 '3 TVia. 4. ruler in other capacities (late): of tribe 1 Ch 27 16 2 Ch 19"; of Korahites 9 20 ; of Aaronite warriors 1 2 s7 ; of division of army 1 Ch 13 1 2 7 4 2Chu" (commandant of for- tress), 32 s ' (in Ass. army: ||"rt?); of temple- treasuries 1CI126 24 , cf. 2CI131 12 ; nun '3 2Ch 28 7 (i.e. of palace?). 5. princely things, pi. abstr. Pr 8 6 . tPTJ3 vb. shine (As. nagu, shine, beam, be joyful, D1 HWB446 ; Eth. }7H: Aram, 0^; NH S tirp planet F«nws)— Qal 7 J /.-iiK '3 frrT ^B I Jb22 28 ; nn^by'3 iw is 9 '; Jmpf. 3»3f> nirwi "lE>N Jb 18 5 . Hiph. imp/ 1. enlighten "s&n rtv mm 2 S 22 s9 = ♦arti gac 'nbx niT • : t - -- - • . yjr 18 29 . 2. ca^se to «At'«e (of moon) TO DTI

niNiwisi3 10 (||-Fn).

fi.TO] n.f." b3 ' 4 brightness; — '3 abs. Am 5 10 +; cstr.Is4 5 + ; sf. OHM Jo 2 10 4 15 ;— bright- ness of a (clear, sunshiny) day Am 5 10 (|| 11K; opp. bsx, ^Bfrl), 2 S 23 4 (lOStp after rain); so fig. of Zion ; s dawning, ^n-]]'3 Is 60 3 (||-iiN); of her righteousness ^33 62 1 (c. art. only here and Ez i 2 "), || TJOJ Tabs ; of moon Is 60 19 , of stars Jo 2 10 4 15 ; of theophany 2 S 22 13 = >/<■ i8' 3 (in storm); cf. Ez I 4 - 27 - 28 , " ni33 '3 io 4 ; 11K3 '3 Hb3 4 ; tf?<b'3 Ezi 13 , n3nb m '3 Is4 6 ; |TQ '3

3q Hb 3" (of glitter ofs spear; || T? n -iiK) ;

of individ., ib '3 |'K1 Is 50 10 (fig. of distress || D'???") ; so '3 "liNS D'i?' ,,: !X rn&fl Pr 4 18 the path of righteous men is like a light of brightness. .< •f 11. TOO n.pr.m. a son of David ace. to lCh3 7 I4". © Noym, yayid, etc. t[PITO2] n.f. brightness; fig. of pros- perity ;— pi. ninisb is 59' (opp. nibsx ; fl •&), tnJD vb. push, thrust, gore (NH id.; Ar. ^ succeed, attain, make progress; Z as BH);— Qal Im V f. HR Ex 21 283132 (E), 1$ v 31 ; — <?ore, subj. 'w, sq. ace. pers. Pi. /mp/. n|j| Dt33 17 ; 2 ms. nasn 1 K 22 11 2 Ch

10 ; WT33TI Ez34 21 ; 0333 ^ 44 6 ; Pt. 0.330 Dn 

8 4 ; — push or thrust at, sq. ace: of Joseph under fig. of wild ox Dt33 17 , cf. 1 K 22"= 2 Ch 18 10 ^44 6 (|| D13); v. also Ez 34 21 (of Isr. under fig. of sheep), cf. Dn 8 4 (of ram in vision ; obj. not expr.). Hithp. Impf. 333? ^bo ta>S H33JT Dn 1 1 40 engage in thrusting with, wage war with. TTOO adj. addicted to goring, pred. of •W Ex^i 29 - 36 (E), cf. Ba NB49 . JJ (-v^of foil., mng, unknown ; Ar. J^J is strike, split, pierce, but v. infr.). tbSp n.[m.] sickle (Ar. Jjj^i* (yet poss. Aram, loan-word Fra 133 ), Aram. )k'>v!^o); — c. ban handle, wield Je5o 16 {$*%); c. nb^ Jo 4 ,s fig. of judgment. t [|J J] vb. touch (strings), play a stringed instrument (NH Pi.; Aram. J3? Pa.);— Qal Pt. D'333 ^68 26 payers (|| Bit, niBBin ntoby). Pi! Pf. |3?1 1 S 16 16 (consec), v 23 ; /mp/. 1 pi. J333 IS38 20 ; /«/. cs<r. ?M iSl6 ,7 + 5t.; Pt. fjUD 1 S i6 16 + 4t.;—p«a2/ 11333 1 S 16 16 ; 1T3 v 1623 (T33 in context), 18 10 19 9 ; c. ace. cogn. Is 38 20 ; in sim. 1.33 3D» Ez 33 32 (|| HpTO DUW tf). «^K '3b 3-C3-D 1 S 16 17 , cf. ■f 33 3 Is2 3 16 (both ||T^ f 3 JTT 1 S 16 18 ; also 2 K 3 15 ; Yt.=player, min- stref{ci. Qal) 2 K 3 1515 ; cf. also |8» VT &«  li333iSi6 16 (Ges 5120b ). t[n2^] n.f. music;— abs. WM ^6i' (v. infr.); sf. "nr?3 + >jf; Dn3'33 Jb 3 o 9 + 2 1; pl.ni3'33^ 4 1 + 6t.'; *)&% IS38 20 ; 'n-Hb 3 19 ;-- 1. music (of stringed instr.) ace. cogn. Is 38 20 ; as occupation La 5 14 ; esp. ni3 , 333 in i^-titles ;

  • 4 l 6 1 54 1 55 1 67 1 76'; so Hb 3 19 ; cf. nr?rby

^ 61 1 (rd. perh. pi. Ges 580t ). 2. song (with string accompJ) f 77 7 ; «M6jec« 0/ mocking «okjt Jb 3 o 9 (||nb»),^69 13 03B^niE"3),La3 14 (|| pn'f). t [nO^aO^] n.f. (mocking, derisive) song (cf. foreg.);— DTifaso La3 ra , i.e. sm6j«c< o/<A«tr mocking song. w

W y^ vb. touch, reach, strike (NH id. ; Ar.

  • So5 is agree with one (of food), produce effect;

Aram. Vli Ithpa. be struck (sc. w. leprosy), cf. Pi. infr.);— Qal Pf. 'j Gn 3 2 33 + ; PI^JJ J u 20"+ ; i pi. sf. ipm Gn 26 M ; 7mp/ WJ Lv5 3 + ; VI* Gn 32 :6 + , etc.; Jmu. V? -^ 144*+ 2 t.; 7n/ cstr. yi3, yij3bGn2o 6 +3t.; nya 2Si4 ,0 Ez 17'°; sf. T]J?M Ru 2 9 , etc.; P«. <zc«. J?33 1 K 19*+; D^S Jei2 14 ; f.nyiiNui9 22 +2t.; pi. ri5>33 1K6 27 ; pass. yi33 V' 73 14 Is 53 4 ; — 1. a. fowcA, usu. sq. 3 Gn 3 3 (J), 3 2 26 - 33 Exi 9 121213 (allE),29 37 30 M (P), Lv 5 23 + 25 t. Lv; Nu i6 26 + 7 t. Nu (P)+ 19 22 (no 3 or obj.), Dt 14 8 Ju 6 21 2 S 23' 1 K (F* i9 s - 7 '2Ki 3 21 Ests 2 Dn 8 618 io 1018 La 4 "; sq. ~W Hg 2 12 Nu 4 15 iK6"Dn 9 21 , cf. Ho 4 3 ; sq. nB-^5? Is6 7 ; na'f-by Dnio 1 '; sq. ace. IS52 11 ; abs. (no obj. expr.) Jb 6' La4 15 . b. of touch- ing earth, mountains, etc., sq. 3 Am 9 s jr 104 32 144 5 ; fig. of "* touching the heart, sq. 3 1 S io 26 . 2. nearly —strike, pass, stricken, yfr 73 14 Is 53 4 (|| n|D), of wind Jb i 19 Ez 1 7 10 ; of divine chas- tisement 1 S 6" Jb i" 19 21 ; sq. b* 2 5 . 3. touch=ha.rm, sq. 3, Gn 26" (J), J0S9 19 2 S 14 10 1 Ch 16 22 (|| 0?)=* io5 15 , Je i2 M Zc 2 1212 ; sq. "7K Gn 20 6 (touch a woman), so Pr 6 19 (sq. 3); sq. ace. Gn 26 s9 (J, sf.), so Ru 2 9 ; v. also Jb 5 19 (subj. VI, sq. 3), Ju 20 3441 (both subj. nyn, sq. "?y). 4. reach, extend to, 2 S 5 8 , sq. 3 (but crpt. v. Dr HPS); in metaph., sq. 1$?, of vine Is 16 8 Je 48 s2 ; of sword Je 4 10 , cf. v 18 ; of chastise- ment Mi i 9 , cf. Jb 4 5 (|| "bit VfO) ; also (sq. b«) Je 51 9 ; =:come, sq."?N Jon 3 s ; arrive (of time), abs. Ezr 3 1 Ne 7". tNiph. Impf. WMJl Jos 8 15 be stricken, defeated (in battle), i.e. feign to be so, but rd. prob. IS"!!, v. «P3 Nipt. tPi. Pf. sf. iJ>« 2 Ch 26 20 strike (with leprosy, 2 ace), subj. ; so Impf. Vl? 2 K 15 5 ; Gn 12 17 (subj. 1 ; ace. pers. + ace. cogn.). tPu. Impf. lyjj* be stricken by diseases (1; cf. Pi. and V% 2.3. esp. 2 S 7 14 ) + 73 s . tHiph. P/. Fan Is 25 12 + 6 1.; 2 fs. ny|n Est 4"; 1 s. sf. in-nyrm Ez 13 14 , etc.; Impf. ST?! Is 8 8 + 3 t,; MM Is 6 7 Je i 9 , etc.; /«/. cstr. TVi Est 2 1215 ; P«. JH8 Gn28 12 + ; f. nyao 2CI13 11 ;— cause to touch; reach, approach, arrive: 1. cause to touch, apply, Ex 1 2 n (JE ; tFVQ, "PS) ; cawse to touch (sq. "13J? iy, }*???)> i- e - bring to ground, Is 25 512 , cf. La 2 2 , Ez 13" (sq. "%), Ex 4 26 (J; sq. ^f^»)j sq. HB^y Is 6 7 Je i 9 ; sq.

Is 5 8 . 2. intr. reach, extend, Gn 28 12 (sq. 

n_ loc); sq. - ^« Zc 1 4 s , sq. IV Is 8 8 ; cf. 'an nB» wj Vv l v g7 t y ^j S ^ a7U / <fo noi reac f,, en ough for a lamb (i.e. he be not able to furnish a lamb) ; sq. i> Jb 2o 6 (hyperb.) 2 Ch 3""; S q. i> iy 28" ; attain, sq. ? Est 4", arrive, come, sq. ace. loc. Is 30 4 Est 4 s 8 17 , sq. *? (of time) Dn 1 2", sq. "S« 

S 14 9 , sq. "13? V' 107 18 , abs. Est 6 14 ; sq. b*K 

Dn 8 7 . 3. approach, of time, abs. Ec 12 1 Ct 2" Ez 7 12 (|| Ki3); v. also Est 9' (sq. Inf.), cf. 2 1215 + 88 4 (sq. *?). 4. of fate or lot, =befal, sq. - i>KEst9 26 Ec8 1414 ^32 6 . W2 n.m. Gnl2 ' 17 stroke, plague, mark, plague-spot ; — '} abs. Ex 1 1 l + , VJ3. Lv 1 3 13 + ; cstr. Dt24 8 + ; sf. ^J? ^38 12 ; *Vn 39 11 ; tt$ LV13 44 2CI16 29 ; pi. 13^33 Gni2 17 "V'89 33 ; cstr.

  • 5??? 2S7 14 ; — 1. stroke, wound, inflicted by man

on man Dt 1 7 8 2 1 5 (|| 3*1), Pr 6 M . 2. sfro&e, metaph., esp. of a disease, regarded as sent by a divine chastisement, Gn 12 17 (J), Ex n 1 (E),

S 7 14 (D™ , ?.3 '3, || D'BOS 032?, i.e. customary, 

ordinary), 1 K 8 37 = 2 Ch 6 s8 (both || rbno) ■ I K8 3S (^)> '3) = 2 Chd 29 ^??); V9i 10 (llH"!); of Israel 38 12 39 11 (|| T^ ll?"), 89" (|| B^); v. also Is53 8 (of suffering servant of '>, iOJ> y?3). 3. mark (60 t. Lv 13, 14), indeterm. Lv 13 56 (nn3DD),v 17 - 29 - 30 - 32 - 43 - 44 ;ofleprosy,regardedasthe heavy touch or stroke of a disease, nyiX '3 Lv i 3 2 + ; v 51 ('an rmpp nyis), v 59 1 4 3 - 32 - 54 , Dt2 4 8 ; also pran '3 Lvi 3 3 '; B«^ fab '3 v 42 ; identif. with person having it 1 g 412131 ?- 3 ^ i n garment, etc. v 47 + 15 t. Lv 13 ; in house I4 **mmmm-*m. i.e. house- wall v 373739 ; in stones of wall v 40 ; = garment, etc., with plague-spot 1 3 s0 . t *"]J J vb. strike, smite (Aram, ^a?) ; — Qal Pf'i 2 Ch 13 15 Is i 9 22 (1 consec); sf. iC33 2Ch2i 18 , etc.; Impf. ^ Ex2i 35 +2 t.; *$*[ Ex 32^ + 4 t. ; ^m f 8 9 u + , etc. ; Inf. abs. *p3 Is 19 22 ; csir. *ia$ Ex 12 2323 ; 1S33 v*;— strike, smite, of serious (even fatal) injury, sq. ace. pers. Ex 2 i 2235 (E); one's foot against (3) stone ^9 1 12 ; abs. (stumble) Pr 3 23 ; esp. of judgment, subj. obj. individ. (fatal stroke) I S 25 s8 26'° 2 S 12 15 2 Ch 1 3 20 2 1 18 (^nb) ; obj. people (abs.) Ex 1 2 23 - 23J7 (JE), 32 35 Jos 24 s (E), Is 19 22 , cf. v 22 ; v. also ^ 89"; cf. c. ace. cogn. nsap Zc 14 1218 2 Ch 21" (sq. also 1^3); c. 3 instr. Ex 7 s7 ; of causing defeat in battle, sq. ace. -f-'JSp Ju 20 35 1 S4 3 Chl 3 15 I4 U . tX

BKC Niph. Pf. 1" 2S io 15 ; »3? v"+ 2 t., etc.; /mp/ «)?.?: 2 Ch 6 24 ; *&$ 1 S 4 2 + 4 1.; /n/ a&s.

  • liU Ju 20 39 ; cstr.ei.33n 1 K 8™; Pt. *133 Dt 28 25

Ju 20 39 , etc.; — 6« smitten, bef. enemy, in battle, sq. »J$ Ju 20 32 - 3939 1 S4 2 7 10 2 S io 1619 18 7 1 K8 33 2Ki 4 1J iChi 9 1619 2Ch6 24 25 22 Lv26 ,7 Nui4 42 Dt i 42 ; abs. Ju 20 36 1 S 4 10 2 S 2 17 2 Ch 20 22 ; Pt. after RJJ, sq. '|$ Dt 28 7a . Vid. PJJ Niph. Hithp. /mg/:'B33JV Je 1 3"= stumble, subj. D?^?l, sq. !>y (loc); cf. Qal (f 91 12 ) and *$ 2. trgS n.m. Kl1213 blow, striking (as judg- ment, only P);— ': abs. Ex 1 2 1S + 6 1. ;— 1. fatal blow, plague, Ex 12 13 (death of first-born); 3o' 2 Nu 8 19 (indef.) ; = pestilence Nu 1 7 1112 Jos 22 17 . . striking, '3 ?3$ Is 8" i.e. against which the foot strikes and so stumbles (|| b'KtiO "TO?). tnDilTD n.f. blow, slaughter, plague, pes- tilence; — 'D abs. Nui4 37 +23 t.; cstr. noa.D ZC14 15 ; pi. sf.'O'Ba.D Ex9 14 ;— 1. blow, = fatal stroke Ez 24 16 ; in divine judgment (plague) Ex 9 14 (J). 2. slaughter in battle, 1 S 4 17 2 S 1 f 1 8 7 . 3. plague, pestilence (divine judgment), of tumours on Philistines 1 S 6 4 ; against Isr Nu 14 37 1 7 131416 25 891819 3 i 16 2 S 24 2126 (ins. also v 16 ® Th WeKlo Dr Kit Bu), 1 Ch 2 i 22 ^ 106 29 »; specif, disease of bowels 2 Ch 2 1 14 ; 'D = infected people iCh2i 17 ; wasting of flesh, eyes and tongue, of hostile peoples Zc 14 1218 ; attacking beasts v 1616 . T [ 'JJj vb. pour, flow, run (Aram, j^ be long (of time), Aph. prolong, protract; 133 endure, flow, stream) ; — Niph. Pf. 3 fs. i"Pa3

  • 77 s La 3 49 ; Pt. pi. ana 2 S 14 14 ; rfrSj

Jb 20 28 ; — 1. be poured, spilt, 2 S 14 14 (D)l?3 niPX CiaD in sim. of mortality). 2. j>our oneself, flow, trickle, of eye (in tears) La 3 49 . . fig. vanish, Jb 20 28 (|| >Vt). 4. bestretched out (?) ma nb$ n; ^ 7 7 3 (or rd. T8 1). Hiph. -P/ ; 'W^Hj Mil 6 ; Impf Tgl ^, 75"; TffiJ Ez 35 s ; vn'a: ,/, 63"; Imo.dXr&n Je 18 21 ;— pur down, hurl down the stones of Samaria, subj/' Mi i 6 ; pour out, fig. of '»'s wine-cup, ^ 75 9 ; sq. '3J/8 "in = deKi«r over to Je 18 21 V' 6 3 n Ez 35 s . Hoph. />«. Tltoa Bnao B<103 Mi i 4 in sim., of mountains melting at theophany. T [CJJ] vb. press, drive, oppress, exact (As. na-jdsu, throw down, overthrow, D1 HWB448 ; Ar. ^jiij rowseand driveg&me, driveveliemently; Eth. ilWl reign, wield power, TW; king) ; — Qal Pf '3 2K23*; Impf #a> Dt 15 2 ; 2 ms. WW Dt 15 3 ; 2 mpl. fen L358 3 ;— P<. fc*# Is9 3 + , etc.; — 1. press, drive to work (obj. D3'3Xy your workmen), Is 58 3 (Ges 0omn ', De DiDu; exact [changing 'V, q.v.]Che,etc); v. 3. 2. exact c. ace. ^191' 2 K 23 s5 ; sq. ace. pers. only Dti5 213 . 3. Pt. (=subst.) driver, task- master Ex 3 7 5 6101314 Jb 3 18 ; (ass-)driver Jb 39 7 ; of (arbitrary) ruler Is 3 12 , ruler (good sense) Zc 1 o 4 ; = foreign oppressor, tyrant Is 9 3 (c. 3) 1 4 24 Zc 9 8 ; exactor of tribute, Dn n 20 ; pi. abstr. lordship = lord, ruler, fig. of n[J"1ijr (personif.) Is 60 17 (II Qi^ W5®. Niph. Pf. t«3

S i3 6 + 2 t. + Is 3 5 (| consec); — /win/ 2 wessea ' 

by enemy 1 S 1 3", and so 1 4 s4 (but om. by emend., after ©, Th We Dr Kit Bu HPS); treated harshly, of suffering servant of '< Is 53 7 ; recipr. tyrannize over {'2) each other Is 3'. rtWJl vb. draw near, approach, less L - T J 126 freq. syn. of 3"ip q.v. (NH id. Hiph. (rare) and deriv.) ;— Qal 68 Impf B$ Ex 24 14 4- , B>£ + 9 1 7 ,

  1. 3$ GniS 2 ^; 3fs. ttefi Gn 3 3 7 ; 2 ms. "TO

Is 65 s ; 3 mpl. Vffi) Is 41" + , WW Ex 24 s , «£ Jb 4 i 8 (Baer; van d. H. «£); 3 fpl. ,f0«! Gn 33 6 , etc.; Imv. #3 2 S i' "VJ Gn 19 9 , ne>3 Gn2 7 21 -(-2t.; fs. ^3 Ku 2 14 , etc.; Inf. cstr. Mfft Ju20 23 4-; sf. W?Gn33 3 ; BnfaEx28 43 4-2t.; — draw or come near, 1. human subj.: sq. "ty pers. Gn 27 21 43 19 44 18 45 4 (all J), Ex 19 15 (of sexual intercourse), 24 s Nu 32 16 Jos 14 6 (all E), Ex 34 s * Jos 21 1 (P), + 10 t. elsewh. (not D), + yjr 91 7 (subj. pestilence personif.) ; of priestly approach to '*■ Ez 44 13 , cf. Je 30 21b , also sq. "^K of altar Ex 28" 30 20 Lv 21 23 and abs., v 21 (all P or H); sq. "?K rei also Nu 8 16 ; sq. "1J? pers. Gn 33 3 (J), rei Ju 9 s2 ; sq. "vj? pers. Ez 9 s , rei 44 13 ; sq. 3 pers. Is 65 s (-b* 3115); in Am 9 10 rd. UnjQ t^PI (for MT IT» Hiph. cf. We GASm Dr Now ; || BJg) ; sq. no^rW draw near for battle Ju 20 23 Je 46 s

S io 13 =i Ch i9 14 (4- , 3Sppers.); sq. ace. pers. 

iS 9 ,8 30 21 , rei Nu 4 19 (P),' but ace. difficult; Dr rds. - bs for -m 1 S 9 18 Nu 4 19 , cf. Klo HPS; in i S30 21 Dr takes Ti8=with; sq. D^l! hither,

S 14 38 Ru 2 14 ; abs. Gn I8 23 27 21 29 10 33" 45* 

(all J), Ex 24 s (E), Jos 8" (E; 4- W3*,),4- 9 t. (not P, D),-f-Gn 27 M27 (E), Jos 3 8 (J), 2 S i 15

Ch 29 31 (all Imv. sq. 2nd Imv.), 4- Gn 1 9" (J), 

Lv2i 21SI (H), 2 K 4 27 (all sq. Inf. purpose). Note esp. "IKpn'e'a Gn 1 9* lit. approach thither ! 12

ram i. e. move away ! cf. , " | 3ew V""'?'? Is 49 20 woi;e away for me (make room for me) that I may dwell (|| Dipran •'(r-tf). 2. inanim. subj. *in«  W "inK3 Jb4i 8 one to another they approach (fit closely together ; of scales of crocodile). — Qal not in D. Miph. Pf m Gn 3 3 7 + ; 3 fs. ne>331 Dt 25 s ; 3 mpl. 1E*aa Ex 34 s3 + ; tine>2? 2 Sii' M21 ; Pi. pi. D'Eto Ex 19 25 ;— drait> near = Qal (and substit. for it in D) : — sq. "/$ pers. Dt2 5 9 1 K 20 13 Ezr 9 1 , of priestly approach to Yahweh Ex 19 s2 (J), Je 3 o 21 ; sq. _ ?« rei Ex 20 s1 24* (both E), 2 S n 20 - 21 , D f ftprrT^ Dt 25 1 ; sq. 3 pers.Am 9 "; sq.nDr6t£ 1S7 10 ; abs. Gn33 7 (J), Dt 20 2 (|| 3ip), 2 I s Ex 34 32 (P), so fig. of worship Is 29". tHiph. Pf. 3ms.sf.consecJt5 i, ?niEx2i 6 - 6 , HB"3niLv2 8 ; 3pl.1B' , 3n2Si7 29 ; 2 mpl. DPpn Am 5 26 ; Impf. juss. Bfc Jb 40 19 ; T^H Gn 2 7 2S ; EW Ju 6 19 ; 3 fs. B*3n Am 9 10 , &V< 1 S 28 s5 A — - JO •- 7 1 •■-- Si3 n ; 3 mpl. **S Is 4 1 22 ; 2 mpl. «NJ) Mai i 8 , pB^HJ v 8 , J1B»?nt Am 6 3 , etc.; Imv. ms. ne"?n Gn27 25 +; mpHB^n 1 S 13'+; iYe*a» Mai 2 12 ; pi. cstr. 'fT'Sl? Mai 3', etc.; — cause to approach, bring near, bring, sq. "?K pers. (usu. obj. ace. rei, rarely pers. Ex 2i 6,6 1 S 15 32 Gn 48 10 cf. v 13 ) :— Gn 4 8 1013 (E), Ex 2 1 M (E), 1 S 1 3 9 14 34 15 s2 2 S 13 11 ( + Inf. purpose), 2 K 4 s - 6 ; sq. nansn-^N Lv2 8 (P; of sacrifice); ^naiD-^Mali 7 (sacrif.);' |» pers. Gn 27 26 - 2S (E), 1 S 30 7 2 S 17 s9 (rd.^3>l © Th We Klo Kit, cf. Dr), of sacrifice Am 5 s5 Mai 2 12 3 s ; Nepers. 1 S 2S 26 2 Ch 2 9 23 ; no prep. Ex 32 s (J),' 1 S 14 18 * 4 23 s 30 7 Ju6 19 (foil, -bx tnatj, Am6 3 1K5 1 Lv8 14 (P), of sacrif. also Mai i 8 (03JP), v 8 (flanpn); fig. (obj. proofs, evidences) IS41 21 (||3np), v 22 ( + *+K(), c f - 45 2 ' (II ,T ? n ); ,3 1 n ^ **" Jb 40 19 let him that made him (the hippot.) draw near his sword, is dub.; Du nan fc»33 [»]*»$J wh. is made ruler of its fellows (other conject. v. Di Bu) ; Am 9' rd. tfW Qal q.v.). +Hoph. Pf. 3 mpl. WiJ] VWflcjpfo 2 S 3 M (Ginsb W^T) thy feet have not been brought near (put inio) fetters; Pt. *ah WC Mai 1" it (impers.) is offered to my name. i Hithp. Imv. mpl. 1E>33nn Is 45 20 draw near! (||1K3} 0?jM?). •n v. II. TI3. ID v. 113. f[^*7J] vb. drive away, thruBt aside (|| form of H13, q.v., or text, err.; Eth. £b. drive cattle, etc.); — only Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. f> npjKD !>tofe*-nK . . . nti 2 K 17 21 Kt (Qr n?_l Vm3 Hiph.'). t^*7J vb. incite, impel (NH id.; Ar. >^>ii call, impel, incite (C>J>J be noble, willing, gen- erous, is denom. fr. [i_>Jo cf.] 3H3 ace. to Ba NBJ12Bo ); vni. i_>Jj ready, willing; As. nidbu, freewill-offering D1 HWB448 ; Aram. 31.3 be wil- ling Pa. Ithpa.; Zinj. 313 inciting, instigation DHM 8 """'*- 60 );— Qal pf 3 ms- 3-ij EX35 29 ; 3 fs. nX]3 v 21 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. «3T 25";— 13? 3"13 lt2K 25 s whose heart incited, cf. 35 s9 ; subj. nn" 35 JI (all P). Hithp. Pf. 1 s. Vn-Win 1 Ch 29 17 ; 3 mpl. U^nn Ezr 2 68 1 Ch 29 s ; Impf 3 mpl. »3^P v 6 ; Inf. 3}3Tin J u 5 s + 2t.; "3-!|3nn 1 Ch 29 17 ; sf. D^nn'v'; Pt. 3}3nt? Ezr 3 5 + 2 t.; pi. Dn^nD Ju 5 9 Ne 1 1 2 ; — 1. volunteer for war Ju 5 2 - 9 ; for service of other kinds 2 Ch 1 7 16 Ne 1 1 2 . 2. offer free- will-offerings for the first temple 1 Ch 29 s - 6 ' 9 - 9, 14.17.17. f or the second Ezr i 4 2 s3 3 s (cf. BAram.). T213 n.pr.m. (generous, noble) — 1. eldest son o^Aaron Ex 6 s3 24 1 - 9 28 1 Lv io 1 Nu 3 2 - 4 26 6061 1 Ch 5 M 24 1 . © NaSaiS (so 3, 4). 2. son of Jeroboam I I K 14 20 15 s5 - 27 - 31 . © Na/3ar, Na/3a0, ©L Na8a£. 3. a Jerahmeelite 1 Ch 2 2830 . 4. a Gibeonite i Ch 8 30 9 s6 . T!"Q12 n.f. voluntariness, freewill-offer- ing;— abs. '3 Ex3S 29 +i4t.; cstr. n3"13 Dt 16 10 ; pi. ni3-i3 Am 4* V68 10 ; OS}) no 3 ; cstr. n«.31 : 3 119 108 2CI131 14 ; sf. TO*]?' Dt 12 7 + 4t. sfs. ; — 1. voluntariness n3"!3 D3nK Ho 14 6 / (*») will love them freely; B^f Tarn T?l? 1<?0 V' 1 io 3 thy people will be (all) voluntariness in the day of thy host (be ready to volunteer, v. Br" P133 ); WarU DK/a 68 10 generous (copious) rat'n/ H3133 54 s voluntarily, and adverb, ace. ri313 Dt 23 1 " (v. Dr). 2. freewill, voluntary, offering: a. incl. gifts used in erection and furnishing of tabernacle Ex 3s 29 36 s (P); fcr first temple 2CI131 14 , second Ezr i 6 8 s8 . b. incl. r6lj> and D'E^E* Ez 46"; prob. also Am 4 s , 'D ni31) yf, 119 108 . c. usu. a n3t for festival meals, at Passover 2 CI135 8 , Pentecost Dt 16 10 , Tabernacles Ezr 3 s (besides the ritual offer- ings); disting. from "VJ3 votive offering Lv 7 16 Nu 15 3 2 9 39 (P), Lv 2 2 18 - 21 - 23 23 s8 (H), Dt I2 617 . —(Verbs usedare'3 W2n EX35 29 36 s ; '3 snpn Lv22 18 ; '3 n'BT; NU15 3 Ez46 12 ; '3 |n3 Lv 23 s8 Dti6 10 .) Iran

rm f 2"H3 adj. and n.m. IsS2,8 inclined, gener- ous, noble; — abs. 'i Is 32 s + 6 t.; cstr. 3**]J Ex 35 6 + at.; f. nana + 5 i 4 ; p l. von) Is 13' + 9 t.; cstr. *3*TJ Nu2i 18 +2t.; sf. ta?H$ ^ 83 12 ;— 1. incited, inclined, willing, 3J 3*TJ Ex 35 s - 22 (P), 1 Ch 29" (v. 31? Qal), nrarn ana 28 s1 ; na*T3 nr> f 51" a willing spirit. 2. noble, princely, in rank i S 2 8 (poem), Jb 1 2 21 = * 107 40 , Jb 34 18 Pr8 16 ^47 ,0 8 3 IS 113 88 118 9 146 3 ; anj'JS Pn 9 6 2 5 7 ; 'arva Jb2i 28 ; '3VJ1B Is 13 2 ; '3 ro Ct f; DVH »3H3 Nu 21 18 (poem). . noble in mind and character || p ,-r I3f Pr 1 7 26 ; opp. ?3J Is 32 s ' 8 . T [n^' 1 "T3] n.f. nobility, nobleness ; — sf. 'nan? JD30' 5 ; pi. ntana is 32 s - 8 ;— 1. «ofo7% of rank, Iwnour Jb 30 15 . 2. pl. = noble things as counselled by the 3H3 in character Is 32 s - 8 . tnii n.pr.gent. Arab tribe ace. to 1 Ch 5 >» ( + ^0), B*BJ q.v. Gn 25 15 1 Ch I 31 ); ® NaSa- ficuav. (Connex. with above v^quite uncertain.) tn' , 3."T2 n.pr.m. (whom Yah impels; in As. Na-ad-bi-ia-a-u Jager BA81 - 468 ); — son of Jeconiah I Ch 3 18 . ® Afj/e0«, @L NaSa&a. +1. [*7*73] vb. retreat, flee, depart, stray, wander, flutter (NH id.; Ar. jj flee, run away ; Aram. *J hate, abominate, shrink from, Aph. jmt to flight, etc.; "H? flee); — Qal Pf. 3 f 8 . HTM Is io 31 Est 6 1 ; 3 pl. VH3 Ho7 13 + 4 t., mj Is2i 15 Je^; Impf. "rtT Na 3 7 ; 3 fe.TWIl G^ 40 ; 3 mpl. JV1T ^68 1313 ; Inf. cstr. I'M f55 8 ; P<.^Je 4 9 5 + ; f- ^.1«'pr2 7 8 ; pl. D S T!'3 H09 17 ; — 1. retreat, flee Is2i 15 /r. before (V.SO) swords; 33 s a< <Ae sownd (?ipO) 0/ tumult; abs. io 31 22 3 1/? 68 1313 , of birds and beasts Je 4 25 9 s (-j-IOpn); pt. = fugitive Is 16 3 21"; of fleeing in horror, disgust, c. JO pers. Na 3 7 V 3 1 ,2 . 2. flee, depart, Isr. fr. (JO) "> H07 13 ; of sleep (»rW) Gn 3 i 40 (E), abs. Est 6 1 . 3. wander, stray (homeless, cf. 113), 1Ti3 tW Is 16 2 (in sim.), so Pr 27 s (JO loc, in sim.), cf. v 8 (|D loc); of scattered Isr. Ho 9 17 Je 49 s ; (searching) for food Jb 15 23 (wicked man); "VU p'niK ^ 55" J w iU wander afar. . truns. flutter wings (of bird, in fig.) Is 10". Po'el Pf. consec. "l4j) HPTIt B>DB> Na 3 17 the sun hath arisen and it (the locust swarm)/ee//i away. Hiph. chase away, Impf. 3 mpl. sf. Wffi bntM Jb 18 18 (of wicked, || "tiKO iriB'liT). Hoph. be chased away, Impf. 3 ms. JiMna "IT1 Jb 20 8 (of wicked); lac }^P 2 S 23 s thorns thrust away (si vera L, cf. Dr.; Klo Bu HPS ">37? '?)• ' Hithpo'l. Impf. VTtijn> ,/, 64' flee away (in horror, disgust, cf. Qal Na 3 7 ty 3 1 12 ). t ["WT3J n.[m-] tossing of sleeplessness, only pl. ^"H? Jb 7 4 1 am sated with tossings. TrnJ n.f. impurity (as abhorrent, shunned) ; — abs. 'a Ez 1 8 6 + ; cstr. J"H3 Lv 1 2 2 + ; sf. "W'J? v s + ; — impurity (esp. P and Ezek.) : 1. of ceremonial impurity, as union with brother's wife, Lv 20 21 ; esp. of menstruation Ez 1 8 6 (rd. nrnaa n&tt for MT ni? '« @ Co), "an nsco 22 10 , cf. 36", Nrf! rHSLviV, cf.v 6 l5 1MM **(' , 'nf) 1 v 25 - 25 , v 26 (**?, ase-D), v 26 ("1? IMJtDtg), v 33 i8 M ; of defilement contracted by contact with a corpse, ■^(l 1 ) *B wotec of impurity (i.e. to remove it, cf! Di) Nu I9 913 - 20 - 21 - 21 3 1 23 . 2. fig. (with allusion to cerem. usage), impure thing, Ez 7 19 ' 20 (of gold), La i 17 (of Jerus.); of idolatry, im- morality, etc., 2 CI129 5 Ezi-9 11 (ftt3 fft), v", Zcis^n^^nN'Bnb). trTT»3 n.f. id. (on form cf. Ges«»' 3 ' B1 Ko " 1 - 497 ); T — of Jerusalem La i 8 («efl$ v 17 ). II. "H^ (./of foil., v. Ko 111 ' 42 ; cf. Ar. JJ /«'<;A AtZZ, /tiZZ rising high into the sky, Lane 2778 ; also earth-heap, sand-lwap). tl? n.m. ,os3 ' 13 heap of waters ; of Bed Sea Ex i5 8 (song), ^78 !3 ; of Jordan Jos 3 1316 ^33 7 (sim.). "VSjJ "13 Is 1 7 11 harvest-heap is perhaps corrupt : Ges Ew Di Du der. from *N3, reading (probably) "I? {Di) fled is the harvest; Che Hpt proposes J?^> therefore; Buhl Lexl3 15?, after © X. fl. [HI J] vb.Pi.putaway,exclude(NH Pi. (excommunicate) Hithp. Niph.; As. nadd, throw, overthrow, de«<9W/,etc.,Dl awB4481 ); — Pi. Pt. 5T| DvJ> Dn?6n Am 6 3 they that thrust off tlie evil day (i.e. refuse to think of it); lit. DD^JD Is 66 5 thrust away, exclude from association in worship (on usage v. Che). II. )"7*7J (/of foil.; cf. Ar. erxJ be moist, moistened, and also betide, befal; ijj~.> rain, dew, and also bounty, liberality, a gift, Lane 3030 ). trn] (so Baer Ginsb; van d. H. rrn), n.m. gift (on format, cf. Ges i84 "01*" 4 *'Kb lu - 65 Ba nb S i2.) ._ rrvnotp. nisr^b Ez 16 33 (|| can?). ITU

T3

pn 2] vb. impel, thrust, banish (esp. Dt. 

Je. and later) (NH id., beguile, Hiph. Niph.; Aram. n"U (rare)=BH; Eth. l&rti: thrust; Ar. -tlo is drive a ship to sAore) ; — Qal Impf. fV? 2 S 1 4 14 ; Inf. rriap Dt 20 19 ;— trans. 1. tmpeZ(i.e. «a«W) an axe, sq. "?y Dt 20 19 ; 2. thrust away, banish, sq. "!9 2 S 14". Niph. i>/. 3 fs. nrn? Jb 6 13 , etc.; (Tmpf.W?. Je«3»T.Wfl)j Pi. r"J 2S14"; rm: Mi 4* + 2 1. 5 nnh Ez 34 416 , etc. On "rna Is 1 1 12 56 s + i4f v. Ki Kb 1 " 7 ;— 1. 6« impelled: fnaa flj nrnjl &g impelled with the axe Dt 19 5 . 2. J« thrust out, banished: of dispersion in exile, sq. Of Je 40 12 43 s (|| 3*>); sq. Iffc 49 s (||r?i?); cf. also fig. ^sd nn^ nj^n Jb6 13 ?'s banished from me, i.e. is non-existent; esp. Pt. banished one{s), outcast(s), as ace. cogn. c. m.J 2 S 14"; c. f?i? Mi 4 6 Dt 3 o 4 Zp 3 " Ne I 9 ; W$P* '), C 1PK Is 11" (|| )«3i5> riiSM); c KIP 56 8 ; c. D33 V 147*; c. afo '2 S I4 13 Ez 3 4 416 (both |p?K); c. ifa Is 27 13 (||iU); v. also Is i6 3,4 JC49 36 ; outcast = neglected one, fig.of Zion 3o' 7 (|| fb p« Bn>). 3. Mm away (fr. herd, i.e.^rayiVi^Dt 2 2 1 . 4. thrust away, aside, from '> to idolatry Dt 4 19 3o' 7 (sq. ninnf m). Pu. -P«. rn?? n^)DK Is 8 M <Arws< into darkness. Hiph. P/. nnni consec. 2 S 15 14 ; V»J$J Je 23 s 29 14 , etc.; Impf. sf. rrw 2 Ch »i n +a K 17" Qr; *H?1 Dt 13 14 , etc.; Imv. sf. to»fan t^5 n ; Inf. D'^n 62 s , etc.; — 1. thrust, move, impel, fig., obj. ny-} 2Si5 14 (sq.-by). 2. thrust out, banish, esp. of exile, subj. c. ace. sq. n$ Dt 30 1 Je 46 s8 ; i6 15 (|| n^Jtn); sq . Of Je 8 3 24 9 29 18 Dn 9 7 + Ez 4 13 (om. © Co); Je 2 3 3 (II r&). v 8 (ii ^so, »♦?"), 29" (II rsK 3 ^), so

  • also 27 10 (IIPVTW). v 15 (|pa*t), cf. 2 3 2

(Judah under fig. of flock, subj. evil shepherd, || psn), 50 17 (Isr. as sheep, subj. enemies as lions); of driving out priests 2 Chi 3'; invader Jo2 20 (sq.-^); wicked *5» (|| Offftp)-, good man from his eminence ^62* (sq. t»). 3. thrust away, aside, from '< to idolatry, c. ace, Dti 3 14 ; sq. IffTft v 6 ; " $W v 11 ; " rSEJWS 2 K 1 7 21 Qr (Kt v. *»); cf. 2 Ch 21 11 (|| njjn). . compel, force, subj. adulteress (by flattery), sq. ace. Pr 7 21 (|| ntsn). Hoph. Pt. JTTO chased, hunted, '» ^ Is 1 3 14 , sim. of fugitive Babylonians. T [iTno] n. [m.] a thing to draw aside, enticement (cf. -/Hiph. 3,4); — pi. DltTOC La 2", '»' w& nix^o rb »jm ( c f. || bsrn Kie> v»). ti Ers» n?. r3 a -[ m -i «* (p rob - As - loan-word, cf. As. nudnu, dowry D1 HWB4M , vWdrau^n:), Dl BMr,t, «*- 1 ");— T?"J? Ez i6 M ,of bribe from harlot (|| nTJ,), metaph. of Jerusalem. f u. [p2] n.[m.] sheath (NH id.; Aram. KyjJ ($ Talm.); Pers. loan-word No GQA - ,8S4 ' ■""j;— infir^K ia-in 3b»i i Ch2i s7 . t [*V"TJ] vb. drive, drive asunder (NH id., spread, be diffused, disseminated (of odour); Ar. i_Jio strike, beat, esp. bow-string with mallet, to clean cotton; also play the lyre; Aram.*n?=NH;Eth.h££;<fe-OM;,/jwrZ);— Qal Impf. a£ WJT Jb32 13 (juss.); 3 fs. sf. ^f? •^ i 4 ; 2 ins. TO 1 ? ^68 3 ; — drire about, chaff, subj. wind ^ i 4 ; wicked, subj. God 68 3 (}pV TOrQ, v. infr.); cf. Jb 32 13 (=defeat, anguish). MTiph. Pf. »TB Isi9 7 ; /w/. TOna ^,68' (v. Ko IM6r ); Pt. TO Lv 20 36 + 3 t.;— 6e eforoerc, driven about (esp. by wind) i/f 68 3 , v. supr. (like a driving [Che drift] of smoke) ; of breath (???) fig. of deceitful gain Pr2i 6 (® Hi Ew TP; v. De Now) ; of withered plant Is 1 9 7 (where subj. nny, jrjtt? i.e. place; whence Che trans. '3 vanish ; but ref. prob. to plant-life in these places, v. Di); of leaf Lv 26 M (as making slight sound), Jb 13 25 (fig. of sufferer, ||B>T Vfe), of chaff (K*p) Is 4 1 2 (sim. of bow of hostile kings IP??)- tlT) vb.vow(NH id.; Ph.m:; || form of ">!?,q.v.);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. '3 ^i32 2 2 S 15 8 ; in? Ju ii 39 ; 3 fs. rrnj Nu 30 11 ; 2 ms. ri")1J Gn 3 i' 3 +5t. Pf.; Impf. 3 ms. "^ Nu 6 31 + 5 1. ; 2 ms. iVf Dt 1 2 17 + 4 t., 1*^ Ec 5 4 + 4 1. Impf.; Imv. pi. VT1? ^76 12 ; Inf. "^ Nu 6 2 Dt 23 s3 ; Pt. "Hi Lv 27 s Mai i H ;—vo'w a vow 11?. T!J Gn 28 20 31 13 (both E), Nu 21 3 (J), Nu 6 2 '30 3 ' 4 (P), Ju ii 30 1S1 11 2 S 15" Is 19 21 ; 1% om. Lv 27 s Nu 30" (P); Dt 23^ ^ 76 12 Ec5 4 - 4 ; c. )> to whom Nu6 21 Dt 23 s4 Mali 14 ^ 132 2 Ec 5 3 ; "HJ IK'S 1"J? ww which he vowed Dt i2 11 -' 7 2 3 22 - 22 Ju 1 1 39 Je 44 25 Jon i 16 ; cf. T0J TO^K '3 Jon 2 10 D^ "HF! "i^K TIN Ec « 3 . t-ilf, TJ3 n.m. Nu30 ' 5 vow;— ii? Gn28 M + i7t.;Ti3Nu3o 10 -i-4t.; sf. nn? 2 S 1 5" + 5 1. sfs.; pi. OTfTi Jon i 16 Pr20 a ; sf. TJ3 ^22^ ru

hns + 3t.; DHVH? Lv 22 I8 + 24 1. sfs.; — vow: 1. of personal service to Gn 28 s0 31 13 (of Jacob at Bethel), 2 S 15 78 (at Hebron); Lv 2 7 2 (P, any one), of Nazirite Nu 6 26J1 ; Hannah's conse- cration of her son 1 S i", cf. m; 13 Pr 31 2 . 2. in gen. of any kind of votive offerings or promised gifts to '•> Nu 30 »^-^-7.s.m<>.u.u.um, ( P) Dt I2 11.17.J6 23 19.B Ig j 9 21 Nft 2 1 ^ 22 M 6l 6.9 65 2

1 6 1418 Pr 20 ffi Jb 2 2 s7 Ec 5 3 . 3. Jephthah's 

daughter as rpiy Ju 1 1 30 - 39 . 4. the ban Nu 2 1 2 (E). 5. || nbiy ^66 13 ; rnta ,/, 5 o 14 56 13 ; tsnste Nu 1 5 s ; opp. run: Lv 7 16 Nu 15 3 29 39 (P), Lv 22 i8.!i.z. 23 s3 (H), Dt 12 617 1 S t 21 Jon i 16 . 6. once of idolatry Je 44* (D^tfn D3^K>b 1Bp!> '3). — Vbs. used are : "HJ q. v. ; tlW pay 2 S 1 5 7 + 12 t.; nfe>y Jun 39 JC44 26 ; Kfc>3 Dti2 w ; Dip Nu 30 6.8.i2.i5. D ,pn J6 44 25 ; 1DN Nu 3 o 14 ; N.;>B Lv 22 21 27 s Nuis 38 '3 *J6 K^B Nu6 2 ; IDfl Nu 30 9 . (See these vbs.) n: v. TO. fl. JnJ vb. drive, conduot (NH conduct oneself, behave, be accustomed/ Ar. ^£5 ^0 aZow<? the road, keep to the road ; Aram. 3D? lead) ; — Qal Pf. '3 La 3 2 ; WH3 1 S 30 20 ; Impf. Jnfl Is 20 4 , etc.; Imv. 3H3 2K4 24 ; Pi. act. 3H3 Isn 6 4- 2t.,etc; pass. D^VUL^o"; — 1. drive, flocks Ex 3 1 ; cf. (in predict.) Is 1 1 6 (sq. 3) ; fig., obj. Joseph, ^8o 2 (sim. of flock); hence, obj. human being, lead on, Ct8 2 (||"<>*f t03n)); also fig., subj. , La 3 2 (II wfofy pass. pt. of kings led in pro- cession Is 60" cf. Di (rather than as captives, Che, as earlier usage ; || N^n) ; drive away, off, (obj. i"!3pD) Gn 3 1 18 (of Jacob, going by stealth); usually as booty (obj. flocks and herds) 1 S 23 s , Uny D'DllV llDn Jb 24 s (unjustly) ; cf. I S 30 220 (rd. WW We Dr Kit Bu, cf. Th, not HPS q. v.), v 22 (no obj. expr. but really captives || 'H??), Is 20 4 ; drive an ass for riding 2 K 4 24 (|| t|pn) • a cart (rtajl) 2 S 6 3 = 1 Ch 13 7 (where '1>3) ; abs. of driving chariot 2 K 9 20 ; lead out an army to battle (late) 1 Ch 20 1 2 Ch 25 11 . 2. fig. *$) n ?3na 3H3 Ec 2 3 my heart behaving itsetf in wisdom (cf. NH supr.). Pi. Pf 3H3 Ex 10 3 ; R3ri3 Is 63"; Impf. VV Dt 4 27 , etc.;— 1. drive away, lead off, sq. ace, daughters of Laban Gn 31* (|1 333); of '*, leading off people into exile, sq. TOB* Dt 4 « (||PW), 28 s7 (fiT^). 2. lead on, guide, sq. ace, subj. '», ^ 78 s2 (TIJ?3 111**3 W); Is 49 10 (I*B, cf. * 23 s ); 63"; ^48 16 ; ^wiiZe orc, a wind, Ex 10 13 (sq. H? a ), V' 78 M (||yBn). 3. cause to drive (cf. Qal, 2 K 9 20 ) Ex 1 4 25 (JE ; subj. '♦, v. Di). ~3i~f2?D n.m. driving, charioteering; — abs. 'D 2 K 9 20 ; cstr. 3H30 v 20 . til. [Jn Jj vb. Pi. moan, lament (Ar. I4S be out of breath, pant, breathe heavily ; Aram, j^^u sigh, groan) ; — Pi. Pt. fpl. ni3rt3tS Na 2 8 t MM J vb. wail, lament (prob. onomatop., cf. Sta 8 ^ 1 - 388 ; Aram. )^i, (in Lexx) ; Eth.' 10?: is recreari, respirare, etc. Di 632 ) ; — Qal Pf. nn31 Mi 2 4 lament sq. ace. cogn.; Imv. HH3 Ez 32 18 , sq. P5?, concerning, for. Niph. Impf. "^Q 1 S 7 2 sq. Tintf w>m< mourning after (so most, cf. Th Dr, who argue against Thes were gathered), < rd. (n)3B , 1, US>1 turned after = submitted to (as Ez 29 16 ) © (perh.), We Kit Bu HPS. T i^ n. J m . J wailing, lamentation, mourn- ing song;— '3 abs. Am5 I6 -f-5t.; VUl Je9 9 ; — wailing, at s judgment Mi2 4 as ace. cogn.; Je

, (c.-!'5?tfc'3 ) +^3, ||n3'p),v 17 (c.td., ||nyt*T), 

v" ('3 ^P), 3 1 15 (II "33, nnnon) ; mourning song 'J *JF1^ Am 5 16 of professional mourners, skilled in mourning song ; cf. Je 9", where taught (||nyp), also VI Ez2 10 (||i>3N, 1BDD) q.v. (01 Co rd. T13, cf. Berthol). Tn^n2 n.f. id. (si vera 1.); — only Mi 2 4 !Tn3 Vti nn3, where, however, Thes al. der. iTn3 fr. rWl (Niph., v. p. 228a supr.); but prob. cor- rupt, del. © Sta ZAW1886 - 122 '• We Now as dittogr. t [*0] n. [m.] si vera 1., wailing (AV RV) (=vi3;_n3V> onisa *p^x «fe» EZ27 32 , but improb.; © <S 0^33, v. MV; so Co, who, how- ever, del. as gloss, cf. Buhl Berthol. t VI n. [m.] si vera 1., wailing (= , n(3) q. v.) Ez 2 10 W, where probably read HSX 01 Co, cf. Berthol (|| n3H1 D'3*p). [ /H3] vb. Pi. lead, guide to a water- ing-plaoe or station, and cause to rest there; bring to a station or place of rest; lead, guide ; refresh (cf. Ar. J4^ watering-place, J^j take a first drink ; likewise (Dozy) il+i* station, stage of the road ; perh. also As. ndlu, lie down D1 HWB438 ; Dl HA5ti ProlI7ff - tries to exhh TO

in] plain all the passages from this As. ndlu ; against him v. Pra L0Ph '• m Che Acvi - Apr " "■ 1884 DHM ZDr, - wt No™ "- 1886 - 729 ; <«>o ^-/prop. by EDWilson p "» bB,,T - (N - Y - ) ' A ' ,r "- 18!B (careful art.), cf. Che* 21 * «"•»•);_ Pi. p/ 2 ms . ri5>n3 Ex 15 13 ; Impf. 3 ms. f»n3^ Is 4 o" ; sf. ♦jj^ ^ 23 s , dW Is49 10 ; D .^n?;! Gn47 ,; aCh3a"; 2 ms. sf! S&J?? ^3iV 3 mpl. sf. Q^Wl 2 Ch 28 15 ; P<. • , n30 Is 5 1 18 ; — 1. lead to a watering-place (or station), and cause to rest there, subj. '< as shepherd,Is49 10 (-i'yioc.;||jn3) > ^23 2 (c.^yioc.; || F¥")lt), Is 40 11 (|| nn, J»?i?). 2. lead or ftriw^ <o a station, a goal, '< subj. Ex 15 13 (song; no obj. expressed, vK loc; ||nn3); human subj. 2 Ch 28 15 and they conducted all the feeble of them by means of (3) asses (|| N^n). 3. lead, guide ; %•< "V •'539 P$? Is5i' 8 iAere is no one to be a guide for her, i.e. for Jerus., drunk with cup of *» *s fury (|| PITS pvno) ; *i su bj. f 3 1 4 Zead me (II "%!$&)- *• ?«w «?«< to (T)3^BD^ 2 CI132 22 aw<£ he gave them rest on every hand, cf. © 33 ( = 'DO QTO TOM i Ch2 2 I8 +, prob. so read here, v. Be DHM Ot). 5. refresh with food, '^1 0^3 Gn 4 7 17 (J). Hithp. Impf. prob. journey by stations, stages, only 1 s. npruriK Gn 33" (J), I will pro- ceed, journey on, by stages (i.e. deliberately, with family and cattle). bbrtt v. 11. &ffl. f 1. 77TO n.m. pasture, or perh. (EncBi 614 ) watering-place (see V), only pi. Ov^n? Is 7". . 7 • TO n.pr.loc. Ju i 30 in Zebulun, ® Am/iava, A Eva/i/iav, ©L Apfmv ; =: ??n3 Jos I9 15 2 1 35 , ® Naj9aaA, NaoXwX, ®L Ava<o6, AXun;— site unknown, cf. GFM Ju,S0 . I [D77.D] vb. growl, groan (NH id.; Ar. 'J£ ; Aram. fo,j, 0™);— Qal P/. norm p r 5". ononM EZ24 23 ; 7mp/. D'n3? IS5 2 " ; P<. Dnb Pr28 16 ; — 1. growl, of a lion (viz. while it is devouring its prey : opp. 3Kt?, of roar with which it springs upon it RS Pro,,h - 243 ) Pr28 ,s , of Assyr. (under fig. of lion) Is 5 s9 ; sq. ?5? (over), v 50 . 2. groan, of sufferer Pr 5 11 Ez 2 4 23 . TOrC n.[m.] growling of lion; — fig. of king's wrath Pr 19 12 , cf. 20 2 . t [rTOTO] n.f. growling, groaning; — only cstr. n Onj ; 1. Is 5 30 of sea, in sim. of growling of Assyr. lion. 2. fig. groaning i//- 38' of heart ('31? WNB'). t [pHJ] vb. bray, cry (NH id.; Ar. J4^ bray (of ass); Aram. pn3 cry out (of men), KjWO braying);— Qal Impf. pn3> Jb 6 s of wild ass ; ^P^T. 30 7 of cries of destitute outcasts. fl. [""in J] vb. flow, stream (kx.^run, flow ; perh. denom. fr. .4$ river, and this loan- wd. (cf. Frii S8B ) ; As. n<!rM, stream, river, D1 HWB 44 °; Aram. ]>o»j', N"jn3 river);— Qal P/ 3 pi. consec. VV131 Is 2 2 + 2 t. ; Tim//. 3 mpl. VVU* Jesi 44 ; — _/?<>«;, stream, only. fig.: of restored Isr. streaming '131 fJJTJf "> 3W?$ Je3l 12 ; nations to ("?«) Bel 51 44 ; to temple-hill at Jerus. Is 2 2 (V%) = Mi 4 1 (l^y). ~1TO n.m. 0n2,1 ° stream, river; — abs. 'j T T 120 Gn 2 10 +; cstr. in? Dt i 7 + ; pi. 0*Tnj I s 18 27 + 4t., cstr. *X£ Is 1 8'+ 2 t.; but'oftener n(1)iro is 1 9 « + 23 1. ; cstr. nYvu 2 K 5 12 + 2 t. ; sf. ^riiina E z 3 2 2 , TCiiru i s 44" irrnns Ez 3 i 416 , DJjHnj Ex 7", Dni-vu EZ32 214 ; appar. du. Dnn? Gn24 10 +2t., tsnrn Ju 3 8 (v. infr.) (all in '3 D1X); — 1. stream, river, Nu 24" (JE), Jb 14 11 40 13 ^ 105 41 (in sim.), Is 48 18 (id.), 59 19 (id.) + oft. ; freq. of partic. rivers ; r. of Eden Gn 2 10 and its branches v 1314 (allJ); 0^*9 "™ 15 18 (J; i.e., si vera 1., the Nile) but rd. prob. 'D bn, whence 1H3 through infl. of foil. "VU— cf. 2 K 2 4 7 — N6 ZMGlll886 > 699 (alternat.), Lag BN14 ° Ball Hpi ; 1H3 of Nile Is 19 5 ; esp. of Euphrates n-je - i Gn 15 18 Dt i 7 (both + Snan 'an) j 0S i 4 + 8 t.+ 2 S 8 3 (Qr @ and || 1 Ch'i8 3 ; Kt om. m r B;_cf. also Gri2 14b supr.); oftener (of Euphr.) without 'a : "l™? kot t'$oxriv, Gn3i 21 Ex 2 3 31 Nu 22 5 Jos 24 231415 (all E), poss. also Gn 3 6 37 (P; cf. Di) = 1 Ch I 48 , + 13 t. + 2 S 8 3 Kt (v. supr.); and even without art. (poet.) t Is 7 20 Je 2 18 Mi 7 12 Zc 9 10 + 72 s ; '3H 'an once ofTigristDnio 4 ; t^ nn3 (man) 2K17 6 18 11 cf. 2 Ch 5 s6 ; pi. B*0 nqj 'Zp 3 l °; perh. of a canal: ">33- 3 Ezi 1J +6t. Ez; wnK nnan Ezr8 21 , 'N-in3 v 81 ; cf. ^33 Tiro? ^137";' canals poss. also in '3n ^lyB* Na 2 7 (of Nineveh); of canals of Egypt Ex 7 19 (|| tt*f* etc.), 8' (|| id.). 2. nhTU ('331?) Jb28" usu.' understood of (underground) streams; Szold Comm - Jb Gr Xo, '" ncbt - 1887 ' 410 and Perles Anm,d " e ° 6 »prop. '1 »33} sources of rivers (cf. 36 16 ); Wetzst Hoffm Bu '3 ^30 s s ire

  • T12

(not elsewh.) with similar meaning. 3. fig. of a favour f 46 s . — On 0)1?} ending appar. du., v. tJHS ; Tel Am. Na-ri-ma, Nahrima (Wkl »"••), and Eg. Nhrina (WMM A *- u - Ktt ' M9ff ) point however to orig. ending &— ; this in- consistent with view of EMey «" h » 180 that tf— here a locative ending (cf. Ba 5,94cAM '- 1 Buhl QMl2 ), v. also Di - 24 - 10 . •j-II.nnJ vb. shine, beam (Aram.) (NH id., esp. in deriv.; As. nilru, ligM, D]hwb«o. Ar. y+i daytime, JI4J day, daytime; Aram. toii shine, ~™ id.; Palm. NTfU illustrious, e. g. Vog p " mN, '- 2! ) ;— Qal Pf. 2 fs. consec. flrjgjfj Is 60 5 ; 3 pi. "VJJ ^34 6 ; — 6eam, 6« radiant, fig. of joy : '31 *KTm Is 60 5 , '31 *^f WJIJ ^ 34 6 (rd. '3n, nn», v.'®@33 CheBae Du). tmn3 n.f. light, daylight (as Aram. K"iin3, J5o.cS m!);— '3 V^V V^T'W Jb 3 4 (opp. ^H). t [n-jn2T2] n.f. dub., only pi. -f» nhroen Dnna J u 6 2 ( + nnyE>n caves, nilStpn strong- holds) — (clearly, si vera 1., fr. a V"VI3, but with what meaning? Schultens ,b49 comp. Ar. iJ+L*, j+L; [which means a place hollowed out by water'], and rend, crevices, ravines, so Thes al.; Rashi Ki Wetzst *■»■• 46 think of caves with a Zi(/fa-opening; R. Levi ben Ger- son beacons, i.e. towers for fire-signals, GFM; but 11. "VH late in Heb. ; © rpv/iaX/ar, 93 antra; Bu thinks nrWBn a gloss explaining '3t?n). f [N13] vb. hinder, restrain, frustrate (Ar. (y) «5 (or 'U) rise with difficulty, rise against one (Frey), in. contend with, Lane s*» ; _Qal Impf. 2 mpl. pK13n Nu 32' Kt, but read Hiph. (so Qr), cf. Di. Hiph. Pf. N^n Nu 3 o', etc.; Imp/. *$ v 9 , T, * 141 s , P*J9 Nu 32' Qr;— 1. restrain, forbid (performance of vow), sq. ace. pers. Nu 30 669 n ; frustrate (device of people), subj. sq. ace. rei, + 33 10 (II "Van); refuse 1 4 1 6 (text dub. v. Che). 2. restrain, make averse the heart (ace.) Nu 32' (sq. ^J»), v 9 (sq. Sfc-"!?^). t [nN'tin] n.f. opposition;— sf. T^unNu 1 4 s * my opposition, of '*; pi. «?»? ^V HiKUn Jb 33 10 =occasions for hostility (|| count as enemy). tpW] ▼»• bear fruit (poet.) (Aram. K3*i3 fruit (rare));— Qal Impf. 3W ^6 2 11 Pr 10"; p3U? ^ 92 16 ; — only fig., abs. of righteous under fig. of tree ^92 lb ; 313J '3 b*n 62" if wealth bear- eth fruit ; Pr io 31 HDSn WJ p^S <3 Seared <fo ^rMt* of wisdom. Pol. Impf. 33^ Zc 9 17 , J3"? rfbra '3> En-iw nnina fig. for mate to flourish. fy Kt (Qr a'?, q.v.) n.[m.] fruit;— cstr. Is 57 19 fruit of lips (fig. for thanksgiving). t[lt2] n.[m.] fruit;— W cstr. Is57 19 Qr, v. supr.; 13*3 Mai i 12 of offerings to •> as fruit of his table (|| fan). t !»3fa n.pr.m. a chief of people Ne io 20 Qr »yj (Baer ; *J3 van d. H., Ginsb; © Nu/3ch (cf. Palm. "33 n.pr.f. Cook 124 Lzb 32 '). Ml^fi n.f. fruit, produce ;— abs. Is 27"; cstr.Vnyn EZ36 30 ; 'roun ju 9 "; pi. naun Dt 32 13 , nl- La 4 9 ; esp. *"# ' n /"■«'<, .p™>a*wce, q/>Za* Dt 3 2 13 La4 9 ; cf. rr$n 11 Ez 36 s0 (|1 JTB yvn); of fig-tree Ju 9"; metaph. of Isr. W?W 'n bn-'ja is 27 s (||'fc» rrun ft> apjr ehjty, f *T) J vb. move to and fro, wander, flutter, shew grief (NH id. (rare); Aram. ,J, TO, slialce, move to and fro, be disturbed, agitated; BAram./ee (v. infr.); Ar. (jjj) 3U waver, tot- ter) ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 13 , so rd. for MT "IJ Is 1 7 11 Ges Hi Ew Di Kit Che*" EV ; 3 pi. "? Je 50 3 ; Impf 3 ms. W1K1 4 15 + 3 1. ; 2 ms. TO? Je 4 1 , juss. "tin 16 5 ; 3 mpl. "3;i Jb 42"; 2 mpl. «$ Je 22 10 ; Imv. fs. HU ^ 1 1 1 Qr (Kt 1113); mpl. ra Je48 17 +2t. Je; Inf. **$ Jb2 n + 2t.; Pt. 13 Gn4 1214 ; — 1. a. move to and fro, wander aimlessly, as fugitive, TJJ V3 Gn 4 1214 (J), Je 4 1 (Gie, as apod., so RV; but Ew Hi Gf Che Ke, as prot., if thou wanderesi not [morally], and swearest, etc., — Ew Hi reading with © TW' ni3n *h *3BJ?1 t|f9 ; Co del. v'- 2 ); take flight (perh. metaplast, form of TTJ q.v.), ^ "?. «J Je49 30 (on dagh. v. Ges {20g ), of harvest Is 17" i. e. be destroyed, in fig. (v. supr.); Je5o 3 (|| -pn), v 8 (sq. 'HinO ; || kp), }>. flutter, of birdPr26 2 (|| IW); fig.of soul ty 1 1 1 . c. waver, wav«, s/(aA;«, of reed 1 Ki4 15 (sim. of smitten Isr.). 2.s/tew grief {i.e. by shaking or nodding head), usu. sq. !? pers. : a. lament for the dead (Josiah) Je 22 10 (|| r03), for Jerus. Je 15 5 (|| bvn), 16 5 (||nBD), Is 51 19 ; for Nineveh Na 3'; Moab Je 48 17 . b. con- dole,slvew sympathy with Jb 2" 42" ; abs. ty 69 21 . Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. TJJ Je 18 16 ; 3 fs. sf. ^nsn Jr 36 12 ; Imv. ms. sf. toj?q * 59 12 ( s0 rd - for MT »inin '<S Lag Pro, *- ch * 1<1 -" iv '"- Dr 2916 - 20 cf. Che <*""• Hup-Now Bae Du); Inf. T3n? 2 K 21 8 ;— TU

. cause to wander aimlessly, as fugitives, c. ace. pers. V*^ 12 59 12 (v. supr.), sq. ?3~ 2K21". . make a wagging, wag with the head, BW3 Je 1 8 16 . Hoph. Pt. 13» pp3 2 S 23" and the worthless, like briers made to flutter (tossed away) are they (text dub.; Klo Bu HPS rd. •mo). Hithpo'lel Pf 3 fs. nnnwnrn consec. Is 24 20 ; Impf. 2 ms. TJJSp? Je 48 s7 ; Pt. Ttatfr Je3i 18 ; — 1. move oneself to and fro, sway, totter, Is 24 20 (of earth). 2. shake oneself in excitement Je 48 s7 (perh. of scorn = wag the head, as Hiph. Je 18 16 cf.Gf RV). 3. bemoan oneself (cf. Qal 2), Je 31 18 (the lament follows in orat. recta). fi. |_113, ~OJ n.[m.] wandering of aimless fugitive ; — only sf. *T3 ^ 59 s my wandering (word-play with 11.N3 v b ). fn. T1J appar. n.pr.terr. 'rpx Gn4 18 of region into which Cain wandered (cf. v 1214 ); ® (strangely) NmS ; 33 appellat., jorofugus in terra, cf. Symm Theod, v. Ne Marg - '. f-n n.m. (v ' 1 " fr) quivering motion of lips ; - only cstr. V???' '3 Jb 16 5 <//« motion of my lips (in expressing sympathy). — luT makes subj. of "]BTI but rd. prob. -jfeTIK, v. "fim. i~n"0 v. TO sub T13. T • T t[Ti2E)] n.[m.] a shaking, wagging; — only cstr. tW< 11313 j/ 44 15 o&;'«:< of head-shaking, in derision (of Isr.; ||^1?; v 14 nfi-in jyb, D^p). FlU (prob. Vof foil., si vera 1., cf. Ar. Ill (»»j) be high, eminent). 'rT2 n.[m.] eminency, distinction; — tfc DH3 nb Ez 7 11 wo eminency is left in them (so A© Theod Symm Ges Ke), < del. ®B Co Berthol Toy, cf. also Da. fi. [H10] vb. only Hiph. (si vera 1.) lit. beautify (then connected with HN3 be comely, so Buhl SS; cf. NH H13 Niph. shew oneself beautiful, Nithp. adorn oneself, !TI3 adj . beautiful, Levy SHWE );— Impf. 1 s. sf. WJJ* Ex 15 2 / will beautify, adorn him (with praises ; obj. '< ; ||Dcn; © h„^ aa ,, 33 glorificabo).—Adij. ni3 J e

2 , v. maj sub [nw], 

II. (I IJ ( /of foil., mng. dub. ; Ar. ijy is aim at, propose tooneselfas aim (e.g. of journey), vm. betake oneself to a place of alighting, or abode; <jIj, i-j place to which one purjwses journeying Lane 3040 ; hence poss. 1. H}3 as goal of shepherd; cf. Sab. *B meadow, pasture, DHM M.ur.Ait.32. see however Dr 1 B19 - M HPS' b -; NH ng dwelling, habitation). fi. Mia n.m. 1 ' 27 ' 10 abode of shepherd, or flocks, poet, habitation ; — abs. Is 27'°+ ; cstr. 19) Exi 5 ,3 + ; r»3 Jb8 6 (as if fr. ITJj; or rd. ny ?) ; sf. 1« Jb 5 24 , 1™ 2 S 1 s 28 + , Dm? J e 49 » Ez 34 14 (cf. Sta sssu ), f™ Je 23* (so Baer Ginsb; fi™.? van d. H., pl.acc. to Ko"- 1 -- 77 );— -1. a. abode, of sheep 2 S 7 8 (|| JKSn ipino) = i Chi7'; Is 65'° (II K?l) ; of people under fig. of sheep Je 2 3 3 4 9 s0 = 50 4S , 5o 19 Ez34 1414 (||r3"), njn?); of camels Ez 25 s (|| JN2f f3-10). b. a&od« 0/ shepherds Je 33 12 ( + 1** DT?->P). c=meadow, in fig. of Ephr. planted (WlE>) as tree Ho 9 13 . 2. habitation, usu. of country, or of domains in the country (chiefly poet.), Jbs 3 8 6 (IPI* n}3, v . supr.), Pr 21 20 ; ||Snk Jb 5" 18 15 ; ijrra p r 3 s3 ; || Pi! 24 15 ; of * in Canaan 2 S 15 25 ; of Can. as place of v s sanctuary, IBhjJ '3 Ex 15 13 ; fig. of '■< himself, P"1X '3 Je 50 7 ; habit, of nation Je io 26 25 30 Is 3 2 18 "(Di^ '3), yj, 79 7 ; - c ity Is 27 10 , esp. Jerus. IS33 20 Q30 '3, brk); JJTK '3 Je 49 19 (fig- of Edom) = 50 44 (of Bak) ; of land of Isr., PI* '3 JC3I 23 (H^lPn "W> Twice of habitation of jackals Is 34 13 3s 7 (both |{ "V3f n). f 1. [IT^] vb.denom. dwell, abide (si vera 1.);— only Qal Impf 3 ms. Mf *6 Hb 2 5 he shall not abide, so Ke; Hi rest (cf. Da); We prop. HVV oe satiated, cf. @ ; Krochm 013J. t 11 - [TO] adj. dwelling, abiding; — only (si vera 1.) J"l?3 1113 ^ 68 13 she that is abiding at home.— mj Je 6 2 v. OJKJ sub [flNJ]. fn. [mi] n.f. pasture, meadow; — pi. cstr. fri: Zp 2 8 , usu. niK3 ^. 23 s +n t.; — 1. pasture, meadow: D'jnn '3 Ami 2 , cf. Zp 2 6 (II !«* ni-n? ; v. also [iTJ3] p . 500 supr.); esp. 13-1B(n)niS3 Je9 9 23 10 ^65 13 Joi ,!,a) 2 22 ; Bjfy'J // 2 3 2 g-ra««y pastures; D'HPX '3 J, 83 13 pastures of God, i.e. the land of Canaan, 3p£ '3 La 2 2 ; DWH '3 J e 25 37 meadows of peace; DDn '3 ^ 74 20 appar. liabitations (1) of violence, but rd. prob. <nj ni«3, so Bi Che (v. 7 3 «)._Je6 2 v. foil.; Jb 8 e v. 1. r)3. trnia Kt (i.e. n'U, or n!13, Ginsb), J*J Qr; prob. n.pr.loc. in Ramah (poss. = habita- tions, but dub., v. Dr 18 ".' 8 HPS);— abode of prophets 1 S I9 > 8 »^!o.23 an d 2 o' (where Baer s s 2 rro

rrti ntiJ Kt) ; sq. np"J3 (exc 1 9 1S ) ; © 'Ava6 (v dropped out after i»), so © L ; A Naviad. t ITU vb. rest (NH id.; Aram. HO, -J ; Ph. nru n. rest; poss. also vb. ru* (Iph. Pf.), cf. Levy cited CIS L1,8 Lzb SM ; As. ndhu, rest (inuh), and deriv. ; Eth. P«*i: be extended, long, rarely rest; Ar. -tb iv. is make camel lie down on his breast; i^L« resting-place of camel, cf. DoUghty A«b.D».l.»T.ll,« S .4f«>.6^._Q al pf 3 fs- nn5 Is7 5 +2t., consec. nrm Isn 2 ; i s. wrn Jb 3 s6 ; 3 pl- ,n ? Est 9 22 , consec. Wlfl Is 7 19 ; /m^/. 3 ms. tw; Ex 23"+ 6 1., rw Ex io 14 20"; 3 fs. nun is 25 10 Pr 1 4 s3 , njSi Gn 8 4 Nu 1 I 26 ; 2 ras. rtori Dn 12 13 etc.; Inf. abs. Hb Est 9 W1 ' 18 ; crfr. TO^ 2 S 2 1 10 ; ni33 Nu i i 24 Jos 3" Ne 9 s8 ; sf. 3 ms! nroa Nu 10";— 1$$ 2 Ch 6 41 v. nnup;— . rest, settle down and remain, sq. ?$? ; of birds 2 S 2i 10 ; ark Gn 8 4 (P); DnsK^y tT$t nm Is f Aram hath settled down upon Ephraim ; of spirit of "• Nu 1 1 25 - 26 (E), Is 1 1 2 ; spirit of Elijah

K 2"; sceptre of wicked ^ 125 3 (in fig.); sq. 
loc: of insects Ex 10" (J), Is 7 19 (fig. of in- 

vaders); of soles of feet resting in water Jos 3" (JE); hand of '♦ Is 25 10 ; wisdom Pr 14 33 ; anger Ec f; DP} D^S"} 5»nj53 Pr 21" in the assembly of Shades shall he settle down; abs., = stop, of ark at stages of journey Nu io 36 (JE); cease speaking 1 S 25'. 2. repose, be quiet, have rest: after labour Ex20 n (E; of God), 23 12 (E ; of cattle), Dt 5 14 (of slave) ; have rest from (IP) enemies Est 9 16 (inf. abs. Hti, +ftt$, aft?), v", cf. (abs.) v" 18 (in both + l*f), Ne 9 s8 ; be at rest (from trouble), abs., Jb 3 26 ( + "*{#, ™i>f); of the earth Is 14"; in couch of the grave 57 s ; in She'61 Jb 3 17 ,so prob. Dn 12 13 ; also TOPI 16 ^7 Is 23 l2 = thou, shalt not be at rest, cf. impers. "h np} Jb 3"= I should be at rest (in Sb.e'61). — rnx tfrh nPK Hb 3 16 is dub. : / wait quietly for the day of distress De Ke Hi-St SS, so Now, doubtfully ; We conj. DnSN as Is I 24 / will ap- pease me, GASm leaves untransl. Hiph. A. Pf 3 ms. npn Jos 22 4 + ; 1 s. 'nnprn 2 S 7 11 + ; vnn Zc6 8 ; Impf. 3 ms. HP) Ex 17"+ ; l"0;i Jos 2 1 4 ' + ; sf. 'jnw Ez 37 1 40 2 ; 3 fs. sf. VtJV} Is 63" (but v. infr.), etc.; Imv. mpl. Wjn Is 28"; Inf. estr. WJH Is i 4 3 +, sf. W?Jj Ez 24"; Pt. npp Jos 1 " ; — 1 . cause to rest = give rest to : a. sq. ace. ft} Ex 17" (E), Wt Zc 6 8 ; so appar. sq. Vipn + 3 pers., quiet (i.e. sate) my fury by (wreak it upon) Ez 5 13 (del. Co), 16 42 24 13 , also 2 1 22 (Co adds 3 pers.). b. usu. sq. 7 pers. : (1) give rest to i.e. bring to resting-place Ex 33 14 (J), Dt 3 20 Jos i 13U 2 2 4 (all D), 1 Ch 23 s6 ; so, c. sf., Is 63 14 (si vera 1.; Vrss Lo Ew Brd Che Hpt rd. •»$?, leadeth him, -/nm); (2) of free- dom from enemies, Is 2 8 12 2Chi4 s ; + DU"N-i'3p p-OBlp] Dt 12 10 25" Jos 23 1 (D), 2 S 7 111 1 Ch 22 9 ;'so +3*3f? alone 1 K 5 18 Jos 21 42 (P), 1 Ch 22 18 2 Ch 14 6 15 15 20 30 , so also prob. 32 s (forMT3»3Dp t3.bq3}l) ; (3) of freedom from suf- fering, + '131 13Syp Is 14 3 . c. make quiet in mind, set at rest VJT1 Pr 29 17 discipline thy son, that he may give thee quiet (of mind ; || |W y&Bib BTSjS), ' 2. cause to rest (i.e. light) upon, c. ace. staff + ?5> pers. Is 30 32 ; e. ace. blessing + "?*? Ez 44 30 ; cause to alight, set down, c. sf. pers. + ^i)"l3 loc. Ez37'; + "?? loc. 40 2 . — For this mng. v. esp. B. infr. B. Pf. 3 ms. rvin Ju3' + , nan 1K8 9 , sf. inpni Dt 26 4 , Dnpm LV16 23 both consec; 2 ms. "nam Dt 14 28 , sf. innam 26 10 consec, etc.; Impf 3 ms. Ml Lv 7 15 , nm Ju 2 23 + , sf. innw Ex 1 6 s4 ; 3 fs. n|niGn39 16 ; 2ms.jnss.n|n-^NEc7 ,8 +2t.,etc; Imv. ms. nan Ho 4 7 + 2 1., nn»an Ex 32 10 Ju 16 26 , etc.; Inf. cstr. sf. tapnj> Nu 32 15 , Drpanb Est 3 8 ; Pi. Dpp Ec5 u ; — 1. lay or set down, deposit, let lie, 0. ace. rei, usu. + word of place : stones at ford of Jordan Jos 4 s8 (JE), ark 1 S 6 18 , garments Gn 39 16 (J), Lv 16 23 (P), Ez 42 14 44"; cf. Ex I6 23 - 24 - 33 - 84 Nu 17 1922 (all P), Dt 26" 1 K 8 9 13" Ez 40 42 42 1S ; so, ace. om., JU6 18 - 20 Dt 1 4 s8 Nu I9 9 (P), 1 S io 25 ; place, put, sq. ace. pers. + local modif., Gn 2" (J), 19 16 (J), Jos 6 s3 (JE),Lv24 12 Nui5 34 (bothP),Isi4 , 46 7 Ez 3 7 14 ; prob. also Zc5 n (rd. nrvarn, v . Ges i72M ); rd. DPI"?!! also 2 K 18 11 (© Z6<to; for MT Dn»; cf. DHiK 3B>»1|| 2 K 17 6 ); place corpse on (~b») ass 1 K 1 3 ffl , in grave v 30 ; horsemen and chariots in cities 2 Ch i 14 9 25 , so rd. also || iKio" (® cdtro ; for MT Dra;i) ; tables in temple 2 Ch 4"; idols in shrines 2 K 1 7 s9 (ace. om.). Here belongs perh. also ^V"? "W^ n ?? D ?1 Ec 7 18 and also from this do not let thy hand lie (idle), i.e. engage in it, cf. n 6 ; lay down forcibly, thrust down T3 f%fo P'W Is '&, cf. Am5 7 ; perh. also Ez 22 20 (abs.; but del. Co Berthol, after ©). 2. let remain, leave (in present condition), obj. nations Ju 2 s3 3 1 Je 27 11 , people in wilderness Nu 32" (JE); OJTjn DTJ? ^npni ma

nrroe Ez 16 39 ; sq. ace. rei Lv7 16 I K7 47 (leave tin- weighed) ; leave behind sq.acc. pers. Gn 42 33 (E), 2 S 16 21 20 3 I K 19 3 Je 43 6 ; + , ?B"n« 1 S 22* (rd. Dnj'l, for MT DBJJ1, m{ /t« Z«/i <Aem w'tfi ©XaSWeDrKloBuLbhrHPS; leave name, for a curse Is 65 15 ; Zea«?« or bequeath to (7), c. ace. rei, ijr 17" Ec 2 18 . 3. leave = depart from, n|PT"iK ipipp Ec io 4 do not leave thy place. . abandon, sq. ace. pers. Je 14 9 ; Wfft"/* 'PB'VS f 11 9 121 abandon me not to my oppressors. . let alone (refrain from interfering with), sq. 7 P ers.Ex32 10 (JE;obj. , '),Ho4 17 2Si6 1, 2K23 18 ; sq. ace. pers. Est 3 s ; = avoid tttyfy D'NBn tVfl Ec io 4 (but rd. perh. O'r, causeth to rest = atlayeth cf. Wild). 6. permit, c. ace. pers. Ju i6 M ;+inf. D^vb D1K tysn t6 ^105"= 1 Ch 16 21 , but here E^? man, cf. |te>^ ib D>-J» Ec 5 11 . Hoph. A. Pf. 3 ms. VTVfn La 5 5 i.e. no rest is granted to us; for 3 fs. nn^ni Zc 5 11 [so Baer Ginsb ; van d. H. '3rn] rd. prob. fWjTI] v. supr. Hiph. B 1. B. PL njp as subst. = spac« left, open space Ez 41 91111 . ni2 v. m: Inf. abs. TK 2 Ch 6 41 v. nrap. t nni3 n.pr.m. 4th son of Benjamin ace. to I Ch 8 2 . © Iwa, A Ntoa, ©L Nouaa. fi. Jin: n.[f.] (appar. m. Jb36 16 , but v. infr.) quietness, rest (under this -y/ Thes 01 '""Sta'^Ko" 172 '-; >subnm Dl 1 ™" 8 ");— 'i Is3o 15 +2 1., nro Jbi7 16 +2t.; cstr. nnS Jb 36'*; — 1. quietness, quiet attitude Is 30 15 (||Bpfn) ; D-yriE'3 ':a nnpan n^f Eec; 17 ; opp. mi W* ?PV 4*; opp. JJTJ, pn'E> Pr 29 s ; of com- fort of one's table, i.e. its satisfying plenty, J2H ttba yrffl) ':) Jb 36 16 tJie comfort of thy table, which (i.e. the table) was full of fat (Di, cf. Bu ; > tltat which is set on thy table shall be, etc. De id., making 'j subj. of &Op, and so masc). 2. rest of death Jb 17 16 ; of a still- born child Ec6 5 . — 11, in. rina v. nru. TO n.pr.m. Noah (Nab. n.pr. ni3 Lzb 322 , Syr. n.pr- -<u Meissn VOJ ' ul '< 1884 >' s,>s ' ,1 «-< No - U6) ); — Gn $*> (wliere trad, etym.), + 40 t. Gn 5-10 (not in ED); 1 Ch I 4 ; Sty T*R nj Ez 14 1420 ; ni "0 = flood Is 54 9 - 9 ; © No*.— On hist, of interpret, of name v. Goldziher 2 " ""' 1870 207 "- TT^'l and (Lv i 9 )rhn"0 n.[m.] a quiet- ing, soothing, tranquillizing (cf. 1. l"in? Jb36 16 ) (nn'3 m also Ecclus 45 16c ; on format, v. 01 ia» gta (B3 Ba 5 ™ 4142 Ko"" 1 - 489 , where, after Philippi BA8 " M , *— expl. as dissim. from <); — abs. ': Gn 8 S1 + ; sf/nh"? Nu 28 s , Bjqfrj Lv 26 3 ', DiTnirVJ Ez 20 28 ; — a soothing, tranquillizing, only in phr. '3 HH = soothing, tranquillizing odour of sacrifices acceptable to *< Gn 8 21 (J), Ex 29 1825 41 Lv i 91317 + 32 t. P. Ez 20 41 ; of sacrif. toidolstEz6 13 i6 19 20 28 . trrrun n.f. a giving of rest, i.e. perh. T T — . holiday-making (cf. nu Hiph. A; prop. Inf., Sta S621c Ba NB9 °, cf. Ko"- 1 ' 402 );— nb^ nfontsfc 'm Est 2 18 and a holiday-making for the provinces be enacted, 93 requies; but © afams, whence al. release from taxes, or amnesty. tni^ n.pr.loc. in extreme N. of Isr. 2 K 15 29 ; site dub., Ydnuh (Conder Llrts *) near Tyre is prob. too far W.; Guerin "" 871 '- prop. Huntn, W. of upper Jordan, cf. Buhl "**- 237 ; © Akkb^, A®L lava>)(. tnni: 1 ' n.pr.loc. on border of Ephraim Jos 1 6", identif. with Ydnun SE. fr. Shechem Rob™" 1 - 297 cf. Buhl 6 """" 178 ; ® lav^a, avvKa.

1. HIM n.m. resting-place, state, or 

' — T condition of rest ; — abs. 'O Gn 8 9 -f- 4 1.; cstr. ni3D 1 Ch6 16 ; pi. sf. 2 fs. "^nyp ^n6 ; (Ges •**);— 1. resting-place ^ h?b Gn8 9 (J), cf. Dt 28 te La i 3 ; Is 34 14 (cf.' also' nrup Gn 4 9 1S ). 2. rest, repose of soul ^ 116 7 (pi. abstr. vel intens.); condition of rest and security attained by marriage Ru 3 1 . 3. with force of inf. (cf. Aram. inf. c. D pref.) P# 0«OBD 1 Ch 6 16 from the coming to rest of the ark. . rTi2Q n.pr.m. father of Samson Ju 1 3 2 - 8 - T 18 " + 15 t. Ju 13, 16 31 , © Mow*. t ntTOJp , nnjQ n.f. resting-place, rest ; —abs. 'D Mi 2 10 + , nriJD Gn 49 16 (but v. infr.),

S 14 17 ; sf. 'nnwp ,/, 95'" + 2 1, Ijnnup + 1 32 8 

= 2 Ch 6 41 (where rd. as in ^, for anom. 1™- MT), 'innop is 11 10 ZC9 1 ; pi. nh«p IS32 18 , nin3D^23 2 ; — 1. resting-place Mi2 10 Nuio 33 (JE), Dt 12 9 ( + nbnan) so ^95" ( v s resting- pl.), cf. I32 8 =2 Ch 6 41 (v. supr.), f 132 14 Is 66' (|| 'b van -?x JV3), c f. 131 ?ns^> '» rva i ch 28 2 ; also Is 1 1 'Y prob. also Gn 49 15 (||n?7; 3to here is appar. subst., Sam. rds. adj. H3it3 ; but rd.perh. finjp, his resting-place, fr. ni3D, Ball Hpt Holz after <S) ; ri nh«p Is 3 2 ls ( + nSbf m, D'npap ni33^p); of v s word ZC9 1 ; restingmroo

D13 place on journey.in'O iU> Je 5 i M (Ew Gf Gie al.) ; fig. for security, assurance 2 S 14 17 (taken from resting, equilibrium, of scale ace. to Klo). 2. rest, quietness, pi. rrtrup 'D 1^23*; =refresh- iiient Is28"(|| TOA10); rest (fr. enemies) = peace 1 K 8 M (cf. 5 18 ), 'O &* 1 Ch 2 2 9 a maw of peace (cf. H'jn v b ) ; = relief fr. sorrow Je 4 5 3 ; condition of rest and security attained by marriage Ru i 9 (=rtaD 3 1 ).— 'D Ju 20 43 is pern, n.pr., cf. GFM. nin^P n.pr. v. "OrOO infr. ft [XiniOj n.pr. loc. (= resting-place, settlement), Drop 1 Ch 8 6 , site unknown, © Ma)(avad(i, ©L Mapouad. T^PTOQ adj. gent. perh. fr. foregoing, only c. art. as n. coll. *Bn 'Xn 1 Ch 2 M of a Judaean tribe (® Makafoi, A@L Mava6(t)); so rd. also prob. for rrimtpn 'Sn v 52 (© Mavaia, A Knitaviff). < ■fu. firUO n.pr.m. in Edom Gn36 23 =

Ch I 40 ; © Mav(*)axa0, Mavaad. 

t[i31J] vb. dangle, shake (X [ou] Aph. scare, sld., Levy chWB "» 7 Jastr"' '- 886 ; Ar. CjJ a bag hanging down, &li suspend, hang) ; — Qal Impf. 3 fs. tttJPI ^ 99 1 Ut (the earth) s/taie (||»1).— 01 We prop. 31DTI. JV"0 v. sub 1. RU. tD^J vb. be drowsy, slumber (NH 00, DJOJ id.; Aram. DM, pj • Ar. (^i) '13 id.; Eth. yon;);— Qal P/. 3 pi. «M Na 3 18 V 76 s (Ges' 72 '); Zmp/ tffln Vi2i 3 +2t.; 3 fs. D$J

S 4 s (so id. for .§ *OS, with other radical 

changes, © Th We Dr Kit Bu HPS) ; Inf. cstr. Oob Is 56 10 . — be drowsy, slumber, lit. JB"fll Djrn 2 S 4 6 (emend., v. supr.) and sfo? arew drowsy and slept; fig. of inactivity, indolence, Is 5 s7 (|| JB"), fin" (of '-, I «L); Na 3 18 (|Bf); "^ »3nfc Is 56 10 (|| aaf); sq. ace. cogn. H# f 7 6 6 (of death, ||DT)J). T TXCrM n.f. somnolence, fig. for indolence, Pra 3 < t nttlin n.f. slumber ;— abs. + 1 3 2 4 Pr 6"; pi. nioyri Pr6 ,0 +2 t.;— slumber as time of visions Jb33 15 (||nDTW); of indolent slumber

  • 132 4 (ll n 5F) Pr6 4 (j|rw) in both c. RJ), sq.

acc. + ?; 6 10 2^ (both ||nUB>, 330), TOWJ n.pr.loc. city in Judah, Jos 15 63 Qr; Kt DM' (so van d. H. Ginsb ; Baer only DO}) ; @ ll/uutlt, A@L lui/ovp. [nJj j J] vb. propagate, increase (si vera 1.) (>denom. fr. JM Hup-Now SS; — NH fU z=fish, so Aram. 80U, |Jcl», As. nunu) ; — Qal (or Hiph.1) Impf. J>T Kt; >Niph. |* Qr //- 72 17 let his name have increase (or, if Niph., be propagated, spread); but dub., Vrss perh. fi3? be established, endure. tpj and (1CI17 27 ) ]i2 n.pr.m. father of Joshuai CI17 27 ; elsewh.alw.t«-f3(S?BniV)Ex33 11 Nu 1 1 28 i 3 816 + 22 t. Nu Dt Jos (JEDP); also Ju 2 8 1 K 16 34 Ne 8 17 ; © Now; (for Now by err., cf. Thes). Tp3 n.[m.] offspring, posterity; — abs. Jb 18 19 Is 14 22 ; sf. fi Gn 21 23 (all ||"1M). p2?3 v. p. 584 supr. PI J 160 vb. flee, escape (Syr. «n»J tremble (rare), cf. Brock; Ar. jm), ^Li more <o and fro, be in commotion, dangle, Lane 2866 ) ; — Qal Pf DO Nu 35 25 + ; nriD? 2 K p 3 ; WD? 1 S 4 16 , etc.; Impf. WSJ Ex 2>+; Bgl Gn 39 12 +; P^CJ V' 104', etc.; 7wp. mp 7 ,. *D2 Je 48 6 + 4 t. Je Zc; 7n/.a6s. DU 2S18 3 ; csHr. 6ob (D^) Gn iq^ + j i><. D3 Am 9 X + ; D'DJ Ex 14"+ ;— 1. flee, abs. Gn 39 12 - ,5 Nui6 34 (allJ); Josio 16 (JE); LV26 1 " 6 (H); fig. of sea V' 114 3 ' 5 cf. 104 7 ; sq. ace. cogn. DUD Je 4 6 5 , sq. fj^ Jos 8' 5 (J), 2 K 9"; sq. ITJja Dt a8 ? *j DB/ar^S '3 2 K f flee for their life, 1 Y?13 '3 Ju 4 1!, flee on fool; + 44 t. abs. (not elsewh.' Hex); sq. ~b« loc. Dt 4 42 i9 51l (D), Nu 35 32 Jos 20 4 (both P), Ju 4 17 1 K2 2829 Is i3' 4 ; sq. b iS4 10 +6t. + 'iritnp^ Ex 1 4 s7 (E; not elsewh. Hex); sq. *15> Ju 7 22 + Pr 28 17 pi3~iy, v.113); sq.-^Is io 3 ; sq.n_loc.Gn I4 10 +4t. JE, Nu 35 6 + 6 1. P, Dt 4 42 19 34 (D), + 6 1.; sq. DB> Is 20 6 ; sq. ace. loc. Jos 8 20 (J), + 4 t.; sq. pr™*? Isi7 13 =/ar away; sq. f» from, Jos 20 6 (P), iS 4 16 +3t.; tjinp Jesi 6 ; esp. MBD /rom 6e/ore Ex 4 s 14 26 Nu io 35 Jos 10" (all JE), 1 S 1 7 24 Je 4 8 44 (Qr D|n, > Kt Wn), + 19 t.; sq. MDb Jos 7 4 8 5 "' 6 (all J), 1 S 4 17 2 S 24 13 , P.STO 1 Ch 19 18 . 2. escape Am 9 1 (||oi>DJ) so Je46 6 ; hence 3. take flight, depart, disappear, only fig.; Dt 34 7 (JE) his freshness (nh? vigour) was not gone (WW n] ?i 2 T *&); of shadows (at evening), Ct 2 17 4 6 ; of sorrow etc. Is 35 1C 51". 4. D1D"?5) '3 Is so u fly (to the attack) on horse- back, t Po'lei Pf. Is 59 19 ta nppi *» rjn <a«  breath of '* drive'h at it, driveth it on (cf. D13'2

m Hiph. 2). tHithpo'l. Inf. cstr. DDfonnb. •OSD jf 6o 6 tn. order to take flight before the bow (soVrss Hup-Now Che Bae al.). tHiph. Pf. D'3n Ex 9 20 ; Imp/. Kf?, Dt 3 2 30 + Ju 7 21 Kt (Qr «^J Qal); /m/. csir. D"3n!> Ju 6";— 1. ^«< to flight, sq. ace. Dt 32 30 (||sp"l). 2 - *we hastily to a safe place Ex 9 20 , sq. ace. + "?K. 3. cause to disa]>pear, hide Ju 6" (no obj. expr.) ■t »J»D. + Di3Q n.m. Am2 - 14 1. flight. 2. place of escape, refuge;— abs. '» Am 2" + 5 1.; sf. W 2S22 3 Jei6"; — X.flight, acc.cogn.cD13 Je46 6 . 2. {place of) escape; |D 'D "13K escape perished from, = there was no escape for, Am 2" Je 2^ Jb 1 1 20 ^ 142 s ; of' 11 as a re/u^e 2 S 22 3 (|| aa'tro ; '151 D13D not || >//■ 1 8 3 ; txt. disputed, Kit Bu retain in Sm, Klo Bae LohrDu ins. in ^; < del. in Sm DeHup-NowHPS cf.Che),*59 w (||w*.); Je 16 19 (IItjuivo). tnD^Q n.f. flight;— 'o Is 52" (||PTfin); ainTIWD Lv 26 36 =flight from sword, ace. cogn. c. DM. t J^ J vb. quiver, wave, waver, tremble, totter (NH Pilp. V?V? shake, Aram. 5?*3 waver, stagger (rare); Ar. c.y, clj bend (of boughs), v. commotus fuit (of id.), so Kam Frey ; also change, cp kind, species, variety; Di cp. Eth. Wm: hunt);— Qal Pf. W3 Jb 2 8 4 + ; W31 Am

8 + 2 t.; Impf. WJl Is v 2 ; 3 fs. 5?«n Is 24™; 

15^ 2 S 15 20 Kt (but rd Qr Hiph q.v.); WJ ^ 109 10 ; PW) f 59 16 Kt (so rd.; not Qr Hiph.), etc.; Inf. abs. »U Is 24 20 + 109 10 ; etfr. JW Ju 9 9 + 3 1.; pia Is 7 2 ; Pt. Vi Gn 4 1214 ; la'?} Pr 22"; niVJ 1 S l' 3 :— 1. wave, of trees, sq. by JU9 91 ' 13 ; sq. ijlBO of cause Is 7 2 ; quiver, vibrate, of lips 1 S i 13 ; swing (to and fro) of miners Jb28 4 (|| ^1) ; stagger like drunkard, of mariners in storm ^ 107' 27 (|| Mn), cf. Is 29" (||-OB>); hence be unstable, fig. of ways of harlot Pi'5 6 ; tremble, of doorposts, Is 6 4 (sq. JO caus.), idols 19 1 (sq. 13.SO), earth Is 24 20 (||YTl3nn), people Ex 20 18 (E); fig. of heart Is 7 2 . 2. totter, go tottering (faint and uncertain) La 4 14 v 15 fllfU), Am 8 12 (|| DOW); as beggars * 109 10 {bw), cf. 5 9 16 ; Am 4 8 sq. "?§ ; pt. vagabond Gn 4' 214 (both ||"I3); fig. = err, sin, Je I4 1U . Niph. Impf ?i3i Am 9 9 be tossed about (of corn) in a sieve ;

  • !?& id., of bulwarks as fig-trees Na 3 12 (H^aa).

Hiph. Pf. 3 fs. W*h 2 K 19 21 = Is 37 12 ; 'niwm Am 9 »; Impf. tfJJ Zp 2 16 ; juss. 39] 2K23"; IS^K 2 S i5 20 Qr (cf.Qal); |^J) * io 9 25 + 59" Qr (rd. Kt Qal q.v.), etc.; Imv. sf. tojhfj ip- 59 12 ; — 1. toss about Am 9" subj. '», obj. Isr. sq. D^aa (cf. Niph.). 2. shake, cause to totter: =-set me tottering Dn io 10 on my knees and hands; esp. shake or wag the head, in mockery 2 K 19 s1 = Is 37 s2 (|| 111, 3j£) cf. V' 2 2 8 I09 25 ; sq. •by Jb 16 4 p toa [Ges* 119 «]), also La2 16 (|| jn&), Zp 2" 1tJ (|| id.), [v. also Ecclus 1 2 18 1 3 7 p3)j. . (shake), disturb, bones of dead 2 K 23 18 . . cause to wander NU32 13 (J); 2S 15 20 (sq. nafc);*59 B (|| , rwi, for which Lagft.pb.owi. """•prop. T3n). tn5*p n.pr.loc. in Zebulun ; n^pn J0S19 13 . © Aofa, A Avvova, @L Nova ; site unknown. tni'i n.pr.f. a daughter of Zelophahad (of Manasseh), Nu 26 s3 27 1 36" Jos 17 3 , © Nova. '[yiVl'Ci] n.[m.] appar. a kind of rattle, only DiJHJttpai 2 S 6 5 , in list of musical instru- ments; © Kv/iflaXa, but this usu. ( 1 2 1.) =DVipirD ; 33 sistra; the sistrum (Gr. o-f'io-rpov, fr. o-eiw) was much used in Egypt ; it was a small metal frame with loose metal bars carrying loose rings, borne and sivung or shaken in the hand, v. Wilkinson Anc. Egyptians (1S78), 1. 197 B. JJqW *"*' 27S BenZ Arcl1 ' 278 We i^ Eng. Trans, p. 233 TFT&Q v. tg>. t :~ I. Wtj] vb. move to and fro, wave, besprinkle (NH Hiph., Pilp. wave, blow, fan, cf. >"ID3 sift, nsj n. sieve (as BH) ; X Aph. as BH ; Syr. .aJ bend, wave, shake; Di cp. Eth. quadril. }<?}&: distil, drop like dew; Jit?: sift); — Qal Pf. i s. '«i ">b -asE'p ins? p r 7 17 / Aa™ 6e- sprinkled my couch with myrrh, etc. Po'lel Impf. 3 ras. "131 in IT t|B3» Is io 32 he brandisheth his hand toviard the mt. (on ace. ">n cf. Ges iiis f. Da s^t.i69,E2^ Hiph- pf 3 ms cj-an Jos8 31 -|-, 2 ms. riwrj Ex 20 !5 (Ges 472k ), )?S3ni Ex 2 9 24 -r 3 t.; 1 s. "n'SUn Jb 3 1 21 ; Impf «|3»1 Lv 8 W Nu 8 21 , sf. Siyn Lv 8 a ; 2 ms. T?" Dt < 23 26 + 2 t., etc.; Imv. mpl. ^S^n Is 13 2 ; Inf. cstr. «p?n Is io 15 + 2 t.; nsjn^ Is 30 28 (Ges' 72 ' BA nb» T v alg0 nnjq), e tc; P*. V» Is 19 16 Zc 2 13 , etc.; — swing, wield, wave: — 1. uneld, move tool to and fro in using it, c. "v? of material: n^V riB3n ^jain 1? Ex 20 25 (E^i.e. over stone, so Dt 27 s Jos 8 31 (D), and Dt 23 26 HD2

-13 a sickle thou shalt not wield over the standing grain of thy neighbour; abs.iB'SB Is io 15 against him that wieldeth it (i.e. a saw), and Bat? I^na tonDTIKl v' s (rd. "TIN) like a rod's wielding him that lifteth it. . Shake or wave the hand ; a. wave hand D^pSn~7N 2K5", in healing ceremony (i.e. prob. toward sanctuary Kmp K * tt ; > toward the spot [where leprosy appears], so most). b. c. "?J?, shake or brandish against, Is 1 1 15 1 9 16 Zc 2 " (all of"), Jb3i 21 [cf. Ecclus 12 18 (without 5>5?) in mockery]. c. wave hand, as a signal, Is 1 3*. 3. swing to and fro J1S33, in a sieve, Is 30 28 (fig., of nations). . Oft. term, techn. in P (H), of rite in which originally the priest lifted his share of offering and waved it, i.e. moved it toward altar and back, in token of its presentation to God and its return by him to priest : in H, " *jb£ iDjn-riN ipjrn Lv 23"' cf. v Ilb - 12 , also v 20 (on text v. Di Dr-Wh Hl ") ; in P, TK nsam " »3si) nsun Ex 2 9 s6 , so Lv 7 30 8 M 9 21 io 15 (obj.' om.), Nu 6 20 ; thus also Levites are set apart for service of the priests Nu 8" (Di del. v.), v 13 - 21 , cf. v 14 ('" , ?.b!> om.); but same phr. of entire lamb, with oil, Lv 14 1224 , and of offerings wh. were burnt, entirely Ex 29 s4 (cf. v 25 ), Lv 8 27 (cf. v 58 ), or in part Nu 5* ("" "?.B? nnjsn spn), — in these the orig. signif. seems lost; so, clearly, of contributions for tabernacle, = offer, "6 ant nsun wg Ex 3s 22 .— Cf. nwn i n fr. . Shed abroad (si vera 1.) ^ ni3"l3 Dtfa V' 68" bounteous rain thou didst shed abroad [cf. Ecclus 43 I7c ], but vb. not wholly suitable; Lag Gr prop. TtSJ?, yet this also questionable. Hoph. Pf. 3 ms. * n, be waved, Ex 29 s7 (P), pass, of Hiph. 4. fi. Li-f-^J n.f. sieve or other winnowing implement, Di Du Schwinge, Che H?t fan (as swung) ;— only cstr. M& J"IB3a BMa flB3r£ Is 30 28 to swing nations in a sieve of worthlessness. riD^n n.f. a swinging, waving, wave- offering, offering ; — abs. 'r Is 30 s2 + ; cstr. noun Is i9 ,6 Ex35 M ; pi. cstr.nbUriNui8 n ; — . a swinging, brandishing, 1! 'fi Is 19 16 the brandishing of' '< '« tuind (in hostility) ; Tl niDn?D 30 33 battles of brandishing (brandished weapons). . a. waving, wave-offering, term, techn. in P (H), orig. of priest's share of sacrifice (cf. S)13 Hiph. 4), D'nro ^ 'to] »ja nbian-b!» Nu 18"; oft. as 2nd ace. after TSrj Ex 29 s5 + 5 1.; even of Levites Nu 8 nl316M (on all v. IpJ Hiph. 4); '^n njn Ex 29 s7 <Ae wave-breast, so Lv 7 s4 io I41S Nu 6 20 ' (all + nonrin pW) ; 1 8 18 ( + jwi pie*) . 'JJin "1DJ> Lv2 3 16 ; 'rin D$ v 17 ; 'n alone v 20 (all H); less accurately Ex 29" Lv 2, v 14™ 1 ™ (v. tfO ). b. offering, of gold and brass for tabern., Ex 3s 22 38 2429 .— On 'n v. Di 1 ' 7 ' 30 Benz Arch.4»I an( J egp Now Arch.ll.a»£.. a J gQ flOTVI. II. *pJ (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. u^J; uStS 1, iv. overtop (Frey), v_Jjj camel-hump (ib.); i .» ■ i i AtjrA, Zq/iy (of mt. and building, Lane 3039 ). t Ppi n.[m.] elevation, height (NH ffU is tree-top, bough, so X NB13) ;— '3 fWJ f 4 8 3 beautiful in elevation (of Mount Zion). ir. LiTEJj n.f. height; — only cstr. in combin. -in nsa j os 1 2 23 =-isn 'a 1 k 4", pi. cstr. "i nisa Jos 1 1 2 ; cf. 11. "fa, and Di J °" 12 ; v. also [DM]*. t[DD3] n.f. id.;— only nssn J 0a 17" (but rd. perh. Oban, fr. foregoing, v. Di ; © Mantra, A tiacbfOa, ®L NocbtO, cf. 12 23 [supr. sub 11. '"1S3], @L Ka<ba68a>p). — DB3 Acmey, v. nS3. H!h3 v. I. im T Lpnj] vb. whence (si vera 1.) might come, Hiph. suckle, nurse; — Impf. 3 fs. sf. WjVani Ex2 9 , but v. p3" and Ges* 708 ; rd. prob. '3'rn (Sam. inp»3Tll). TO (-/of foil; cf. NH ->«, flame, fire, %id.; Ar. .«j, jli grt'^e ZigrAtf, shine, I. (Kam Frey), iv. Lane 2864 , jj>fire,Jy light; Syr. *cl» ./ire/ also in n.pr. Palm. Pun. v. Lzb 322 Cook 81 ; Min. mi3D torclies{]) Hom SMm, '- Chra,t128 ; As. tiw&ru, furnace, oven (D1 h wb7hj belongs here ace. to Jager BA3 " m ). . "Ip <3 n.m.^ 25 - 37 lamp ;— '3 abs. Ex 27=°+ , cstr. iS 3 3 + ; sf. «TJ ^S 29 , fT?. H2S22 29 , etc.; pi. nn3 abs. Lv 24*+ ; cstr. Ex 39 s7 ; sf. nTftj Ex 25 3737 4- , Syrp} 1 Ch 28' 5 2 Ch 4 20 ;— Zamp in shrine at Shiloh 1 S 3 3 ; esp. of lamps in temple 1 K 7 49 + 7 t. Ch, and in tabern. Ex 25 s737 + 1 5 1. P ; cf. in Zech.'s vision Zc 4"; as token of merrymaking Je 25 10 ; used in search Zp i 12 , cf. (fig.) DTK npBO " 13 Pr 20 27 ; used in household work Pr 31 18 ; fig. of prosperity Nnfc ' 3 2S21 17 (embodied in David); also Jb 18 6 2i 17 2 9 3 f i8 w = 2 S 22 29 , + 132 17 Pr 13 9 20 20 24 20 ; of God's word as a guide i/r 1 19 105 , cf. Pr 6™. 12

DM fii. Tjj n.pr.m. © Nqp: 1. father of Abner i S i4 60 - 51 26 514 2 S 2 812 3 23 - 25 - 28 - 37 1 K 2 6M 1 Ch 26 M . 2. father of Kish 1 Ch 8 s3 9 309 . fi. i(»g n.[m.] lamp;— alw. fig. 'rni

jy»S 

"W"Jr ' K"" i- e - ^at his family may remain on the throne; cf. 15 4 2 K 8 19 = 2 Ch 2i 7 ; = happiness, delight (estr.) D'yBH 13 Pr 21 4 (so Vrss Thes Buhl Now Wild' >Ew Del SS Frankenb = 11. TJ sub II. TO infr.). TSJTH3, TV 1 ")} n.pr.m. father of Baruch :

  • Ol Je T 3 6"- 32 4V 45',=father of Seraiah 51' 9 ;

n np 32 I2.1« 36 4.8 43 3. @ Nwlov . cf Q ray rropN.2«. n"^i2p, niiip n.f. lampstand (Ecclus rrWOjftw, 43 4d j;— abs. 'UO 2 K 4 10 + 9 1., rniD Ex25 3232 +i9t.; cstr. niJB Zc 4 2 2 Ch 13", nnic Ex 25 3I +2 t.; pi. nttto abs. 1 K 7*'+ 2 t.; cstr. 1 Ch 28' 515 2Ch4 7 ; — lampstand: 1. in private house 2 K 4 10 . 2. ten lamp- stands in temple, pi. 1 K f 49 = 2 Ch 4 7 , Je 52 19 (so also © ; om. || 2 K 25 1415 , del. here Now A rch. n. 40 < reta i n Qf Gie), cf. 2 Ch 4 20 , also 1 Ch ? 8* ,MMM, - ,W » but 2 Ch 13 11 has 'o in sg. (as 3); cf. sg. in Zech.'s vision Zc 4 2 . 3. seven-branched lampstand in tabern. Ex 2 5 3i.3i.32.32 + 15 t. Ex, LV24 4 (with lamps upon it), Nu 3 31 4 9 8 2 - 3 - 44 (all P).— TJD v. II. <V3. t02ni] vb. be sick, si vera 1. (=1. smk ace. to Thes who comp. Syr. *j) ; — Qal Imp/.

s. nE«13N1 f 69 21 , but rd. perh. [^BJ T)3ID] HB«I3N1 

(|pab nrjajg? ns-iri), Bi Che crit - n -, cf. ®, v. 1. 03M; or ( < rtp) mg Kin e*UM1 (with different word- division), Weir Ac * dm ° 2 * 7 ' (who cp. Je I7 9 8 ,s ). f I. [HTJ] vb. spurt, spatter; Hiph. sprinkle (NH Hiph. sprinkle; Aram. KTJ, HX Lv 4 6 and oft., for njn ; Syr. )<j is erupit, stillavit Is 63 s , also prominuit, etc. PS 2291 ) ; — Qal Jmpf. 3 ms. nr Lv 6 20 - 20 , n Is 6 3 3 (but rd. t s l Che Di Du Gee 8 -' , - ,, - ,wl " , -al!), W 2 Kg 35 ;— spurt, spatter, alw. of blood : — "?N ntp'np 1*1 2K9 33 a«</ some of tier blood spurted against the wall ; so Dnsj W Is 6 3 3 (c. _ i>y rei, in metaph.); HDTO nr LV6 20 , cf. v 20 (both c."bj? rei). Hiph. iy. 3 ms. njni consec. Lv4 6 +i2t.;

ms. riMm Ex 29 21 ; /to;;/. H£ Lv 16" (Is 52", 

v. infr.); »3 Lv 8 11 - 30 ; /am njn Nu 8 7 ; P«. cstr. nip NUI9 21 ; — cawse <o spurt, sprinkle upon, in ceremonials of P : c. ace. + "?5? pers. Nu 8 7 (water), + "^5? rei, "?.sb rei Lv 16 15 ; obj. oft. JO partit., or implied in context; sq. "?5? Lv 5" 14 7 16 1418 (all of blood); 8" (oil); Nu i 9 18 -' 9 (water), Ex 29 21 Lv 8 30 (both blood and oil); sq. ~b* Lv 14 51 (blood and water), "Vf "jCP^J Nui 9 4 (blood); sq. »J$ Lv 4"- 17 16" (blood), 14 16 ' 27 (oil); once without prep. niD Nu 19 21 fA«  sprinkler of the water. — Is 52'* v. II. no. TrP-'p n.pr.m. (may *» sprinkle, rd. prob. "'!, © Affia, KA8«a, ®L Iafiot); — one of those who took strange wives Ezr io 25 . II. [HTJ] vb. (dub.) spring, leap (cf. Ar. jj leap, leap up, upon, Thes Frey Pr0T - Ar - 1 ' m - 297i 22,i38;2s,nj. — h encej acc . t many, Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. Q^n D^5 nj2 J3 Is 52 14 so sU he cause to leap (i.e. in joyful surprise, or = startle) many nations; but perh. crpt.; Che Comm - "WP in like sense; <*WT. (for tVUnp) wiawy s/iaZZ tremble (v. fin), GFM ,BL189oa6tt cf. Che Hl *. TM v. Tt • T [70] vb. flow, trickle, drop, distil (poet.) (i. ?]i of flowing water; Syr. ^Jj de- scendit, defluet PS 2331 ; Ar. Jjj descend(m'dk into udder, but also in gen.)); — Qal Pf. w Ju5 5 ; Impf. ^ Nu 2 4 7 , etc. ; Ft. ofy Ex 1 5 8 + ', etc. ;— 1. flow, subj. water, Nu 24 7 (JE); V M7 18 ; cf. Je 18 14 ; subj. clouds, Jb 36 s8 sq. rain as ace. mat. Ges» 1171 (||t|in and, v 27 , ppr), cf. Je 9 17 (of eyelids); so fig. Is 45 s sq. P"1X (Ihjn); of mts. (i.e. their torrents) Ju 5 5 ace. to 23 Ew GFM al., but v. I. 77T; esp. pt. as subst., = streams, floods, Ex 15 8 (||D'D, Dinn of Bed Sea); V 78" (|| IK!); for drinking V' 7 8 16 ( II nnn33 D'D, Dinn v 15 ), Pr5 15 out of well (HD'O); for irrigation Is 44 3 (|[D-0) ; fig. of Shulamite jtajr|» Ct 4 15 (llD^J pyo, D'D nX3). 2. distil, of spices D'O'ea Ct4 16 ; fig. of words, like dew Dt32 2 ( || ffy). Hiph. Pf. T^n Is 48 21 cause to flow, water from rock (||31t). — Vid. also I. ??T. QU (-/of foil.; meaning unknown). t DT3 n.m. Jb * " ring, always of gold when material mentioned; — '} abs. Gn24 30 + ; cstr. v M +; sf. HOT? H02 15 ; pi. D'OM Gn35 4 ; cstr. 'OJJ Ex 32 2 +; — 1. nose-ring (Syr. JjL»)) woman's ornament, flBN"?y "i Gn 2 4 47 cf. v 2230 (J); S)Kn 'D]3 Is 3 21 (||nyao seal-ring); perh. also Ho 2 15 ; Ez i6 12 fig. of '<'s adorning Jems. (||^3]K^8 D^V.); cf. Tin e]S3 '3 Pru 22 . pa . earring, ornament of men and women, Gn

«, Dn"JW3-i3*psoEx32 :u (allE); cf.Pi-25 12 

(in sim. of wise reprover), and perh. Ex 35 s2 (P; ||nS30); prob. also Ju8 24 - 24ffi - 26 (of men, cf. GFM), J042 11 .— Cf. further Gei•" ld ' z •" 8Cl ' r •• a8re, ■ 49 s RS s.m. 1.434. mm. 453. alg0 ref 8U |j m t [pf?] n.[m.] injury, damage (Aram. loan- word v. BArara.) ;— only cstr. ^0 PJ? a Est 7 4 at tlie price of injury to the king. [~W2] vb. dedicate, consecrate, (cf. We akiuenut.u*^ geparate, in relig. and ceremonial sense (NH only as denom., cf. II. 10 ; Ar. ^Jj make a vow, cf. We 8 "™" 11 '"", p S '- 463 '-- 2d,,d - 482 '-; Sab. -HJ vow Levy ZMOlz " <1868, - 1M Min. id., Horn suctar. chrert.i28. Aram. *{L» ,">"]?, ww; As. wazftri^cwrse D1 HWB4OT );— jriph.'/wp/. 1W Ez 14 7 , T&S Lv 22*; rijjM Ho 9 10 ; Inf. abs. "ion Zc f;— devote, dedicate oneself unto (7), riC5>3n, i.e. Baal H09 10 ; from ()D) '* Ez 14' (of apostasy); hold sacredly aloof from, (IP) Lv 22" (H); abs. Zc 7 s conse- crating my(self), i.e. by fasting. Hiph. Pf. DflKptSD / 'B^- , J3-nK Dnnjnl Lv 15 31 (P) and ye shall keep the sons of Isr. sacredly separate from their uncleanness (but rd. perh. DPi"l 1 ! l ] i ! , 1 warn away from — as Ez 3 18 33 s - 9 , — so Sam ® — as to sense — Di Kau). — Vid. also 11. pO]. T1T2 n.m. +ls2 ' 18 consecration, crown, Naziriteship ; — '3 abs. 2Si'°+; cstr. Ex 29 6 + ; sf. i">!? ^ 89 40 + , V$ Je 7 19 ;— 1. crown (sign of consecration; We 8kUMn " 1 - 118 cp. Syr. KS5HP [U-lo], earring; v. also Gei ,MZe,u<:, ' r - , " ,r - on DM) : a. of kg. 2 S I 10 2 K 1 1" = 2 Ch 23 11 ; symbol of royal power ^ 89 40 132"; cf. Pr 27"; '3 03N Zc 9 16 «<<»ies o/"a crown, diadem (prob.; > We Now — who del., cf. GASm — stones of charming, fr. use of precious stones as charms. b. of high priest, BHpn '3 Ex 29 s , made of gold 39 30 Lv 8 9 (all P). 2. woman's hair (orig. prob. of long hair as sign of consecration, as in Nazirite vow, cf. Nu 6 19 infr., and "V1J, also We Skluen 111.117, 107 ; Arab. Heldenthum2,p.HS J^g Bern. 1. 464, 2d ed. 483 Je 7 19 (of personif. Jerus.). 3. consecration a. of h. p. V7V '« nntyp JOE? '3 Lv 2i 1! (P) the consecration of the oil of anointing of his God is upon him. b. in Nu 6 (P), specif, of Nazirite consecration (cf. I*]?) ; I^V Vr6.K '3 Nu 6 7 , i"t|? "TJJ v 6 , '3 NDO v 12 , '3 B*lh (because of unshorn hair) v 91818 , '3 *DJ ("^) ***"*, '3 "1^ cf. 'rby consecration (cf. Je 7 29 supr.). in v ,9 '3 = <A« hair of his

nro 

TTp n.m. Gn49,26 one consecrated, devoted ('» TO Ecclus 4 6 Uo (of Samuel); cf. Syr. jjjj KS s,m. 1.463. 2d .d. 483^ ._/;, abs Nu6 2 +5t.; cstr. "I«JJ Gn49 26 +4t.; sf. <$P, LV25 6 ; pi. Cnn Am 2"- 12 ; sf. nrJ5 Lv 25", n^l? La 4 7 J— 1- of prince, ruler, as consecrated: VPIK "V]3 Gn 49 s6 (poem in J), one consecrated among his brethren, = Dt 33 16 ; cf. ijT!? La 4 T Aer princes. 2. specif, of one dedicated to by vow involving abstinence fr. intoxicants, fr. touching corpse, and fr. cutting hair (cf. ">P. 2), devotee (GFM), Nazirite: ^TpVi '3 God's devotee, of Samson Ju 13 5 ' 7 16 17 (exceptionally, from birth); usu. voluntary Am 2 1 ' 12 , and for limited time, cf. '3 T13 Nu 6 2 (of man or woman ; cf. Peritz JUL xvii (1898), 128^ /J fl-flf, yfcft &ho y 18.19.20 ( a H p ; cf. also 1)3).— On Naz. v. GFM Jul3 - s Dr A » 211 , esp. Grill 1 ™ 1 - 1880 - 645 -* 80 Now Areb - 1U9T Benz*"*- 429 '- Gray JTh8 -" n - 1900 - 201ff - 3. = untrimmed vine (like Nazirite with unshorn hair) L v 2 5 511 (HP). f [~lT2] vb. denom. Hiph. be a Nazirite, live as Nazirite, sq. JO (abstaining) from (so NH);— only Nu 6 in law of Naz.: Pfb itf consec. v 12 ; Impf. "b If v 5 ; also If. . . . f»P v 3 yrom wine . . .lie shall abstain as a Nazirite; Inf. *$ i , jn|> v 2 , ^ ITW >0^"b v 6 . r["ttM] n.[m.]pl. perh. consecrated (i.e. anointed) ones, princes; — only sf. 'H^P Na3 17 with d. f. diriru. Ges S20h (of Nineveh); — form dub.; Kb"- '• ^ prop. TOl$?P=<Ay crowned ones; Gr TO! 1 " 1 ; Now GASm leave untranslated. re n.pr. v. ma <t 3TQ n.pr. v. nan. t [Hn^] vb. lead, guide (Ar. ^ go in direction of, turn (eyes) toward) ; — Qal Pf. sf . ♦JDJ Gn 24^+2 t.; ^rui IS58 11 ; Dna Ex 13"; 2 ms. rms Ex is 13 + 77 21 ; 7m». nn; Ex 32 s4 ; sf. Mnj i^5 9 +2t.; — lead, bring, sq. ace. pers., subj. man Ex 32 s4 (sq. "i>K), cf. ^ 60" 108" (both sq. _ "iy; ||^ain); usu. subj. '* Gn 24 s7 (J; also sq. ^? + ace. loc), Exi3 17 (E; sq. TJDi 1 5" (song; Wbrn^yfrlf 1 ; fig. of guidance in prosperity and righteousness V , 5 9 (llT 1 ' 1 ^W),

11 (sq.n-ika; || jn n-iin), 139 24 (sq. D^y Tn3); 

cf. Is 58 11 . Hipb. Pf sf. omn Gn 24 48 ;

ms. sf. Dnnsn Ne 9 12 ; Impf sf. ^ Nu 23' 

+ 2 3 3 ; wns: Dt32 12 Pr 18"; 3 fs. nran Pre 22 , etc.; Inf. cstr. sf. Dnh3ni> Ne 9 19 ; Bfi$ Ex •?ra

21 ; — lead, guide (= Qal) sq. ace. pers. Nu 23 7 

(JE; +|t?)._iS2 2 4 ( + , 3B-nS) > iKio m 2K 1 8" v. sub ni3 Hiph. B. — ; of guiding = treating kindly (the helpless) Jb 3 1 18 , of guiding constellations 38 s2 (||fOVin); usu. subj. '> Gn 24" (J; sq. , ?n'!!3) Dt 3 2 12 yfr >jS ui3 ^ (Isr. as flock; ||njn); Is 57 18 f 107 30 (sq. "?«); cf. of pillar of cloud Ex 13 s1 (J), Ne 9 1219 ; also Jb 12 23 (|[nt3B>), ^ 67 s ; esp. in path of blessing

  • 2 3 3 3 x« <|| 5*naX fSx» C«q. a), 73"; cf. 4 3 s i39 10

(||friN), 143 10 (sq. 3); also of instruction, etc., Pr6 M 11 3 i8 , «(sq.' , ?.s!'). I. 717.3 (Vof foil.; cf. Ar. Ji> give for one's own, bestow, so Sab. 7PI3 Sab. Denkm. No. 9, 1.10; No. 15.1. 4 ; ct pp. 41, 66 ; hen(;e ^pjj or ; g ^ as Sab. n?ri3 Levy-Os ZMG **< 1865, > 284 Sab. Denkm. ,c -; Min. id., Ho^l Slld "• ohrM, • ,28 ). n^n] n.f. possession, property, inheri- T - : - 224 tance (orig. gift; NH=BH);— '3 Nu 18^+ ; rhm ^i6 6 (Ges J90 «), rd. "Tlbq? EwSSWe Kb"- 1 - 42S ; cstr. n^n? Jos 13 23 ; sf. 'rbni r u 4 6 ; torhm + 105"; pi. n^n? Is 4 9 8 , n*>na j os 19";— l. property : a. in Canaan given by /% to Israel, t^Ni'B" rib™ Ju 20 6 ; t3py '3 is 58", esp. iyfa nbq? *|j> ;rt Dt 4 21 15 4 19 10 20 16 21 29 24 4 2.5 19 26' (all D); »oy nx 'nbron nefc npmn Jei2 M . b. distrib. among tribes : ? '3 JJ"0 Nui6 14 36* Jos 14 3 (restore b), 17 414 1 9 « (all P); b 'J? JW Dt 2 9 7 Jos 1 1 23 14 13 (all D 2 ); nbm ©TO Jos 1 7* (j) ; '33 p>nn Nu 26 s3 - 56 (P); nbma ?B3 Nu 34 2 (P), Jui8' EZ47 22 ; '33 b'Sn Josi3 6 2 3 4 (D 2 ), Ez 45 1 47 M , also v 29 (Co rds. 3 for »). c. nations as possession of the people, ^ m 6 ; of the king 2 s . d. Levites have no property in the land Nu 18 2324 Dt 10 9 12 12 ; their possession is '1 Nu ^"(P); ir6n3 Wl " Dtio 9 18 2 Jos 13 1 " 3 (all D) ; the tithes Nu 1 8 21 - 2426 (P). e. t takes Isr. as his property, 1S10 1 1K8 63 2K21 14 Isi9 25 Mi7 18 ^33 12 68 10 io6 s ; nbn3 DV Dt 4 20 (D 2 ); ^n^nii *)By Dt 9 26 - 29 (D), 1 K 8"; || Dp. Is 47 6 Jo'2 17 4 2 Mi 7 14 + 28 9 78 6271 94 s14 106 40 ;

  • nbru 1 S 26 19 2 S 20 19 2 1 5 ; dv6k ': 2 S 14";

'3 bn3pjT'Dt32 9 ;'3 t33!P Jeio I6 =5i ,9 ,f 74*; / 3 , t33C'Is63 17 ; also, the holy mt. Ex 15" (song), temple Je 12 7 1^ 79 1 , land Je 2 7 12 89 i6 18 5o". + 2. portion, share : a. assigned by God, IS54 17 ^37 18 i27 3 ; elsewh. ||pbnjb20 29 27 13 3i 2 . b. by choice, ||pVl, •>& J33 h '3 t6 2 S 20 1 we /taue no *7iare in the son of J esse = 1 K i2 16 =

f, ra 
Ch io 16 . 3. inlieritance (45 t.) npq31 pbn 

13 '3K IV33 Gn3i 14 (E) portion or inheritance in the house of our fatlter; ? '3 "V3yn Nu 27 7 - 8 (P) cause the inheritance to pass unto; ? '3 JJ13 Nu 27 , - ,4 -» (P), Jb 4 2 15 ; tnutc nbru Nu 3 6 3 - 8 1 k 2 1 3 - 4 Pr i 9 14 ; nrm wa& '3 Ez 46 16 . f VH2 vb. denom. get or take as a possession (cf. Gerber 236 * ; Ecclus 7PI3 45 Mb + J NH id. (rare)); — Qal Pf. '} Zc 2 16 ; 2 ms. nbm Ex23 20 +8t.Pf.; Impf. 3 ms.703* I s 57 "»;

mpl. 'bqy NuiS^+s t.; IpnV 2 6 M +2 t.; 

+ 8t. Impif.; Inf. 7H3 Nu 3 4 18 J0S19 49 ;— 1. take possession, inherit : a. land of Canaan, Ex 23 30 (E), 32 13 (J), Is 57" Ez 47 14 ; Zion and Judah ^r 69 s7 . b. special sections in the land, of tribes and individuals, n?ri3 7PI3 Jos 1 7" (J) ; '3 -wta nbra Dt 19 14 (D), Nu 35 s (P), cf. Jos 14 1 (P); without ace, have or get a (landed) pro- perty, Nu I8 20 - 2324 26" 32 19 Jos 16 4 i9 9 (all P), Ju 11 3 . c. land of Moab and Ammon by con- quest Zp2 9 ; landed property D'Un 733 ^82 8 . d. God takes possession of Israel as his private property Ex 34 9 (J); Judah Zc 2 16 . 2. fig. have or get as a possession, property : testimo- nies ifr 1 1 9 1 ", glory Pr 3 35 , good things 28 10 , lies Jei6 19 , wind Pru 29 , simplicity 14 18 . 3. divide the land for a possession, Nu 34 1718 Jos i9 49 (all P; incorrect pointing for Piel, so SS). Pi. divide for a possession : Pf. 3 ms. 703 Jos 13"; 3 pi. '7q3 Jos 14 1 19"; Inf. bm Nu 34 M (all P) ; also Nu 3 4 17 - 18 Jos 19 49 (v. Qal 3). Hitbp. Pf. 3 pl.sf. Dlbqsnn Is 24 s ; 2 mpl. Dnbnsrin Lv25 46 Nu 3 3 54 ; Impf ^nsnn NU34 13 Ez'47"; ^.nriNuss 54 ; /«/• bn?nn Nu 3 2 18 ; possess oneself of land (ace), Nu 33 s4 34 13 (P) Ez 4 7 13 ; rbm Nu 3 2 18 (P); slaves Lv25 46 (P) Is 14 2 ; abs., ref. to land Nu33 54 (P); all c. b pers. (for whose benefit), exc. Nu32 18 34 13 Is 14 2 . Hiph. Pf. 1 s. "nbn? n Je 3 18 + 3 1. Pf. ; Impf 3 ms. b*$: Dts 28 ; 7T0; Ez 4 6 18 ; 2 ms. sf. "3^30 Dt 3 1 ' + 5 1. Impf. ; Inf. cstr. b'nsn Is 4 9 8 Pr 8 21 ; bnsn? Dt 32 s (on form cf. Ew* 238 " K6 ISU Ges

  • a ' k ; rd. bnsna?); s f. i^nsn Dt 21 16 ; Pt. b*n:o

Dt 12 10 ; — 1. give as a possession : a. land of Canaan (given by ' or his servants), ace. pers. et rei, Dt i 38 3 s8 1 2 10 19 3 3 1 7 Jos i 6 (all D), Je 3 18 1 2 14 . b. various things, ace. pers. et rei,espec. blessings, Zc8 12 1 S 2 8 Pr8 21 ; ace. rei Is 49 s ; ace. pers. Dt32 8 . 2. cause to inherit, give as an inlieritance, c. ace. pers. et rei, Dt2i 16 ; ace. pers. + ;o rei, Ez 46 18 ; ace. pers. Pr 13 s2 ; ? pers. i Ch 28 s . Hoph. Pf. 1 s. vibron Jb 7 s made to possess, c. ace. rei, e.g. months of vanity. [n 7T12] n.f. meaning unknown; only pi. in phr. rf^rffln-!^ f 5 1 (title); most conj.=rrt;>n3 Vbbn^bn Jlvie; v. against this Bae ElnlI1 ,who thinks (cf. © xmip rijs KKi)povopov<rqt — njn3n"?N [cf. 93], Jerome [Aq. Symm]pro hereditatibus= rpnsrrPN) possibly designation of a melody. II. /TO (Voi foil.; meaning unknown). ti. hn n.m. 2K3,16 torrent, torrent- valley, wady (Ecclus 40' 316 ; NH id., stream (rare); % t6% Syr. JLJ, = BH ; As. nahlu = BH ; L a gBNuoAnm. thinks NtiXor may be from NeeX = ?n pronounced *?n3 ; on '3 in Sab. n.pr.loc, v. Hal B «' Mm,t " <1896>s0 ' U4 ); — abs. '3 Gn32 24 + , r6n3 fi 24 4 ; cstr.-'na Gn 26" + ; c. n loc.Nu 34*; so read also Ez 47 19 48 s8 (where MT r#TO ; v. Thes); du. D&TJ Ez 47 s , but rd. bntn @ % @ 33 Co Berthol ; pi! D^ Nu 2 1 4 + ; "bni Dt 8 7 + ; sf. OVW I s 34 9 l — 1- torrent, of rushing water in narrow channel Ju 5 212121 4 713 ^ 83 10 (all of I'^p , q.v.) ; mountain torrent Dt 9 21 (cf. Ex 3 2 20 ) ; so Am 5 24 (sim. of righteousness) ; spits'? '3? 2Ch32 4 (||ni3^P); nB^'JUBnj Is 34'; sim. of tears La2 18 ; hyperb. I?^"' 3 Mi6 7 torrents of oil, cf.of honey and curd Jb*20 17 (|| niJ^S, Qnnj); fig. h?^3 '3 2 S 22 i torrents ofworthlessness( *T|^9 mo),=^ 18 5 ; «lt? i iB' '3 sim. of glory of nations Is'66 12 , fig. of invaders Je 47 s (|| DJ?), or foes ^ 1 24* (^D?, v. supr.); 1 K 17 46 (for drink- ing), drying up in summer v 7 {&?); all of Elijah's stream JV1?, q.v.); for drinking also |no', and (fig.) T31S ' 3 36"; Jb 6 1615 (P«j D'i'nj ■ in sim.) ; of water bursting from rock + 78 20 (*|p£ ||tw?), cf. 74" (+ I:??); fig. of TO3PI "rtpp Pr 18 4 ($>33 '3 ; || tfjJBjj D?P); more gen. = stream, brook, river (chiefly late) Is 1 i u (divisions of river, ">nj), in desert 35" (|| D?P), Je 31" (tre> "bjO), Ez 47 6 - 59b (all del. Co), v 6M » (rd. ?D|n, v. supr.), v 12 ; containing fish, etc. Lvii» 10 (||D»P,D'b:),Eci"; fig. of '" pn Is 30 28 (WW '3), 3a 33 (nnw '3). . Torrent-valley, wady, as stream-bed 1 S 1 7 40 Ne 2 1S Is 57 s ; with torrent flowing through it, jrrK '3 Dt2i 4 - 4 «, D»p bna jn« Dt8 7 (||nrj| nppaa DW 1 nbnrw), c f. io 7 , 1 k 18 6 (|| *?$5 D^Bn), ^, I o4 10 ; abode of Elijah 1 K 17 35 (cf. v 4 "supr.); '3 "3lV Pr 3 o 17 (cf. 1 K 1 7 4 «) ; rfnan '3

Dm 

Is 7" as home of bees; fertile, bbWX '3 Nu ,3«.»(B)j 'an >3N Ct6"; 'i'^lV poplars of the wady Lv2 3 40 (H), Jb 4 o 22 ; W^j '3 Is 15 7 ; needing water Gn 26 17 (T}| 'J), v 19 (J), cf. 2 K 3 1617 ; place for refuse, ruins, etc. 2 S 1 7 13 ; poet, also as wild, remote ravine Jb 30 6 , cf. "AXS DOnSin 22 24 ; place of child-sacrifice IS57 5 ; burial-place Jb2i 83 ('3 • , 3r))._Nu24 6 v. n. bfV. Particular wadys designate localities : f'3"]K Nu 2 1 14 (E), Dt 2 24 - 36 - 36 3 8121616 4 « Jos 1 2 1 - 2 - 2 1 3 9 - 9 (all D), v 1616 (P), 2 K io 33 ; btyX Nu 32 s1 (J), Dti 24 ; ->*B iS 30 9102 '; 12 2S 24 s ; TJJ Nu 2i 12 (E), Dt2 131314 ; P3! Gn 3 2 24 (J), Dt2 37 3" Jos 1 2 2 (all D); Jtrip 2 S 15 s3 1 K 2 37 15 13 18 40 H3|7 Jos 16 8 (all P); p-iYC Ju 16 4 ; D* '3 Jo 4 18 ; '3

6612 2Ch 15 16 29 16 30 14 Je3i 
  • 7

D^ISO is SW. limit of Pal. (As. nahal [mat] J/Msn,Dl p * r - 3l0 Schr OOTNu34 ' 5 )Nu34 5 (P),Josi5 4 (D),"v 47 (P), iK8 65 2K24 7 2Ch7 8 Is27 12 , + (om. DnXD) Ez 47 19 48^ (v. supr.); so rd. also poss. Am 6 14 (v. rnnjj : usually identified with Wddy el-Arlsh; on Wkl's different view, v. reff. sub tarn? ad fin.); on identif. of ': J0S15 7 19 11 (both P), 2 S 2 3 30 =iChii 32 , 2 Ch 20 16 33 14 , v. Comm.; O^ran W Nu 21 15 , v. 'tffc. 3. J/iner's shaft, '3 H B Jh 28 4 . til. [^n5] n. [m.] perh. palm-tree (Ar. J^3, n. unit, il£j; v. Perles^'"*' 1899 ' 688 ),— only pi. abs., Vt33 Dvn33 Nu 24 s Zt'&« palm-trees, which are stretched out, spread out (as to foliage). So Perles' 0- , who compares 7f13 UiJJS Ecclus 50 12 °, ® i>s o-TfXf'xv (poivUwv. tb^^bni n.pr.loc. ^—valley — or palm — ofEl)-,— station of Isr. E. of Dead SeaNu 2 1 1919 (JE), poss. (if = valley) one of main tributaries of Arnon, e.g. W. Wdle (v. Bliss PBF ,895 - "•• 215 ). t^Qbn^ adj. gent, (noun not found); — Je 29 24 ; T also v 3132 (where van d. H. 'pW). rhm v. n^H3. t[Dnj] vb. Niph. be sorry, console oneself, etc. (only in der. species) (NH Pi. com- fort; Ph.in n.pr.Lzb 322 ; $Pa.=NH, andderiv.; Chr Pal Aram. Pa. id., Schwally Id,ot - M ; Ar. lj? breathe pantingly (of horse)) ; — Niph. Pf. On Am 7 3 +4 t.; DjTJ Je 2o 16 + 2 t.; 1 s. '•PPPS Gn6 7 +8t.; 'Ijion? Zc 8 14 ; 2 mpl. Dppn? Ez 14 22 ; /mp/ Dn^Ex 13" + 6 t.; D0i»l'Gn6 6 + 6 t. ; -r 5 t. Impf.; Imv. Dnjn Ex 32 12 f 90 13 ; /»/ Dnsn j e 3 1 1S 1 S 1 s 29 ; P<. on? Ju 2 1 15 + 3 1.; DPI] — 1. be sorry, moved to pity, have compassion, for others, abs. Je 15 6 ; c. by f 90"; b« Ju 21 6 ; b Jt? 2 18 . . be sorry, rue, suffer grief, repent, of one's own doings, abs. Ex 1 3 17 (E), ^ 106" Je 20" Jo 2 1 . 4 Zc8"; pW? 1 S 15 2929 ; DN»Jb 4 2 6 ; 31B» Je4 28 3 i 19 Jon 3 9 ; Din Ez2 4 14 ; '3 xb, || yafco * 1 io 4 ; c. ^ Am 7 3 - 6 Je 8" 18 10 ; nyin-^y for ill done to others Ex 32 1214 (J), Je

8 Jo 2 13 Jon 3 10 4 2 ; njnn-bx 2 S 24 16 = 1 Ch 

2 1 15 (by), Je 2 6 31319 4 2 ,0 ; '3 Gn 6" (J), 1 S 1 5 11S5 . . comfort oneself, be comforted ': abs.Gn38 12 (J) f 77 3 Ez 31 16 ; c. by 2 S i 3 39 Je 3 i ls ; njrm by, concerning the evil Ez 1 4 s2 32 s '; nnK Gn 24" (J). 4. comfort oneself ease oneself, by taking vengeance c. }D Is I 24 ; by 57 s . Piel Pf am Is 49 13 ;+8 1. Pf. ; Impf. Dnj) Jb 29=*; 3 mpL «qjj Jb 42 11 ; |»nr Zc io 2 + 1 3 1. Impf.; Imv. XOTO Is 40 11 ; Inf. Dm Is 6 1 2 ; sf. ton? Gn 37 35 + 9 i Inf. ; P<. Dn?D La i 2 , pi. D'OnjD yjf Qg^ t + 1 1 1. Pt. — comfort, console, abs. Gn 37 36 (J), 1 Ch i 9 3 = 2 S io 3 ; f 6 9 21 Ec 4" Zc io 2 Na 3 7 Lai 16 ; c. ace. pers. Gn 50 21 (E) 2S12 24 iCh7 21 19 2 Jb2 U 7 13 2I M 2 9 26 KU2 13 + 23 4 7I 21 II9 7682 ISI2 1 22 4 40 U 51""" 1 6l S

1;U3 Ezi4 23 16 54 Zci 17 La2 13 ; ||-?y ^86"; 

Dm Is 49"; bwls52 9 ; neb Je 31 13 ; p rei Gn 5 29 (J); by Je i6 7 42»; bx 2 S io 2 =by 1 Ch I9 2 ; bey "cnDtp Jb 16 2 ; b Droo px La I 2 - 917 - 21 . PuaIP/.nDn3Is54 il ;/m^/: ! inn3riIs66 13 ; be comforted, consoled. Hithpa. Pf. 1 s. *M?3J!J) (for 'Jnri; but del. Co) Ez 5 13 ; Impf. Droiv Dt 3 2 s6 +2 t.; is. Dnanx^iip 62 ; 7w/.DmnnGn37 85 ; P«.Drono Gn 27 42 — 1. be sorry, have compassion VlDST/y upon, his servants Dt 32 M = ^ 1 35". 2. rwe, repen* o/, || 3 ' 3 , Nu 23 19 (poem). 3. comfort oneself be comforted, abs. Gn 37 s5 (J), ^ 119 52 . . ease oneself, by taking vengeance Ez 5 13 (?); c. b pers. Gn 27* (JE) : cf. Qal 4. TOPO n.pr.m. (comfort), a chieftain of Judah I Ch 4 19 ; © Nax*0, A Na X ^, ©L Naov/i. tnnb n.m. sorrow, repentance, Ho 13" T 31P13 n. pr. m. (comfort) the prophet Nahum, Na 1 ', @ Naou/i. T D^ni n.pr.m. (comfort) a returned exile Ne 7 7 © Naovp=Dinn Ezr 2 s . t[Din3] n.m. 1. comfort, pi. BIRJJ IS57 18

-vma 

Zc i 13 . 2. compassion, sf. •gWJ Ho 1 1 8 (We rds. "on-i). tnV3n3 n.pr.m. (Yah comforts, @ N«- /imr (-ou), etc.; — n.pr. (l).TOm on Isr. scarab in BM, Cl-Gann ,Ajl883 ' TC '-""' 15SNo - 42 );— 1. the son of Hachaliah, governor of Judah under Artaxerxes Longimanus Ne i l 8 9 10 s 12 2647 . . ruler of half the district of Bethzur Ne 3 16 . . one of twelve heads of people who returned with Zerubbabel Ezr 2 2 = Ne 7'. T "'MTO n.pr.m. (compassionate) a returned exile Ne 7 7 ; © N«/iiov (gen.). t[nnn3] n.f. comfort, sf. <&ffl V119 60 Jb6">. TDn2Q n.pr.m. (comforter), king of Northern Israel, 2 K 1 j**"*"" ; © m™ ¥ . t^lTOri] n.m. * 94,19 consolation, only in pi. (usually abstr. and intensive) DWnjFI Je

7 ; sf. T9 ,n ?ii | V'94 19 ; n, 9^ Is66"; ntanjn 

Jbi5 n ; D^ntoran 2 i 2 . tnQTCn n.pr.m. (?Lag BS126f - thinks f.) parent of Seraiah, a Hebr. captain, after fall of Jerus. Je 40"= 2 K 25 s3 (Lag lc - conj. nnnDn, Egyptian name).

v. yn?X p. 50 b supr. 

f [l^nj] vb. urge (i), whence (si vera 1.); — Qal Pt. pass, (active Pt. in u, ace. to Ba NB175 ), pnj Ijbsn -Q?l 1 S 21 9 the king's business was urgent (© Kara airovbrjv, A Kar aait (vhov). (TheS cp. Ar. i SmJ ursit instititque rogando [Kam Frey]); text dub.; HPS fix? (from px), >v . "IF! 2 (prob. onomatop. V of foil.; cf. As. nahtru, nostril; Ar. j±j snort, ^j nostril; Eth. "Vh&i snort; Syr. J*t id., )1*Zj nostril; % Wftft id.; also NH Pi snort).— "iro Je6^ etc., v. I. vtn. t [in3] n.[m.] a snorting ; sf. nnj Jb 39 20 (of horse). t[mn3] n.f. id.;— cstr. VD1D nnn? Je8 16 . T"Yiri3 n.pr.m. (connexion with -/ ob- scure);—!, father of Terah Gn 1 1 22 - 23 - 2425 (all P), 1 Ch i 26 . 2. son of "Terah and brother of Abr. Gn ii 2627 (P), v 2929 2 2 20 - 25 2 4 15 - 24 - 47 cf. 29' (all J), Jos 2 4 2 (E); '3 i"? Gn24 10 ( J ); '3 fl'bs 3 i S3 (E).— © always Na*^. •wn

meto ' ["VPTj] n.[m.] nostril (appar. fr. above V , and not connected with Ar. Z^J> stab camel in wind-pipe, etc., Aram. TjJJ kill by stabbing in nose or throat, cf. NH 10J perforate, kill by stabbing, so that "WJj would = perforation, and iro snort wd. be denom.) ; — only du. sf. VVrBD )fy Kg Jb 4 1 12 (of crocodile). T"Hn2 n.pr.m. one of David's heroes, 2 S 23 s7 ; ©IVXap*, @L ApaM.;= + nn3 iChu 89 ; ® Nax<op, A Naapai, ©L Noapai. I. IC'rU (appar. onomatop. v'of foil. =/«'««, soThesBau SemB « 1 - 1 - 287 al.). fi. ©TO n.m. Gn!U serpent (NH «&; Ar. (jil^. serpent, vijyer (Lane 406 anything hunted) is cp. by Lag M '- 2S0:K ' 50 ' 188 Ba* 848 , but improb.; Ar. l J^S v. sub [K'nj] infr.; on formation cf. Lag BN50 );— abs. / jAm5 ,9 +;c8tr.Cn?]Sru2i» + 2t.; pi. D^m Nu2i 6 Je8 17 ;— 1. serpent : a. as biting, Am5 19 Ec io 8 , in spite of charm (t^np) v" [cf. Ecclus 12 13 ], Je8 17 (-i-D^ySS; fig. of enemies); so D'Enbn D't'nan Nu 21 '(deadly ; JE; cf. Jacob*""-' 1 " 01 "-"- 10 *), and sg. v 9 , also (coll.) v 7 , cf. nUr '> Dt 8 15 ( + anpy) ; fj fi g . f oppressor, ^OiPO T^ i'")?' VSX NX? BTIJ B^ftte IS14 29 ; fig.of DanGn49 17 (poemin J; || fbBB>) ; '3 npn ^58 5 (sim. of perniciousness of ungodly), cf.': 140 4 ; sim. of effect of wine Pr22 32 (|| , 3Vss). b. rod becomes': Ex 4' (J), cf. 7 15 (E); '3 Jfyj ■flJT ^J| Pr 30 19 . c. '3 (appar.) as hissing Je 46 s2 (in sim., cf. Gie) ; as eating dust Is 65 s5 cf. Mi 7 17 (in sim.; v. also Gn 3 14 ). d. as crafty tempter Gn 3 >- 2 - 4 -> 3 ». 2. nt?ra(n) '3, bronze image of serpent Nu 21 99 2 K 18 4 (cf. (RETO). 3. mythol. D"13 '3 Jb 26" fleeing serpent, of eclipse-dragon (cf. frni> 3 6 ); also . . . 013 '3 mb Jin?j3j> '3 in^pIs2 7'(syrnbol. of world-powers); '3 of sea-monster Am a 3 . — '3 c. vb. 'SJBO Wte Nu 21'+ 8 t. On supernat. character of serpents in Arab, belief v. No Zelt *' :hr ' mrV! ' 1 <!rp,,choU<1860) ' 412 ~ 416 JJgKlttihtplOT; Bern. I. 421 f.. 2d ed. 442 ^y e 6kizzenill.l47;Arab. Held. 2. 152 f. J aco b Ar,b - Dl <*<- lv -5 fn. UTO n.pr.m. 1. king of Ammon 1 S ii 11 - 2 12 12 2S io 2 iCh 19 12 ; perh.also 2S 17 27 ; © Haas. 2. father of Abigail and Zeruiah 2 S 17 s , si vera ].: © Naar, but ©L Uo-crai (cf. iCh 2 16 ); We G " ch - 2OTA ""' 1 Lbhr defend pro; dub. We 8 "HPS. 3. giving name to a city, '3 "VJ 1 Ch 4 1S , © n6 c <os Naat ; ©L Hpvaac. tpCJni n.pr.m. son of Aminadab.of Judah, brother-in-law of Aaron Ex 6 23 Nu i 7 2 3 7 1217 IO 14 (all P), EU4 20 - 20 lCh2 10 -». © Naa<r<™, (DHM 2 » Q »™"< u »»>- 15 cp. Sab. tribal name pru). fll. [l^Mj] vb. only Pi. frractise divina- tion, divine, observe signs (denom. from EJnj ace. to No Zeiuchr ' ' volkerp * )rcho1 ' ' (1S60) ' 41S B a u 8<! " nB,!KI - 2s7 Las BNi88 GerDer v.rb.D. nM n.2«. ot b er wise We™""""'" Me Chr«.TK».«. Ba K848 ( aggt him v _ g^hl* Aprils, i3M, 235^ . c ijj ef difliculty is that Aram., which has 8*0?, has no On;, c f. KS JPhx " 115 ;— NH Qal Pt. tfrfo, and Pi.; Aram. Pa. BTI3, ^ s.=divine, learn by omens; perh. cp. also Ar. J~s>S be unlucky Lane 2775 cf. Me 1 - .);— Pf. 3 ms.E'nil 2K21 6 2Ch 33 6 ; 1 s.-nfro GU30 27 ; Imp/. tfrW Gn44 515 ; 3 mpl. WfrjJ} 1 K 20 s3 , W^JI 2 K 17 17 '; 2 mpl. ie>n:ri Lv 19 2 '; Inf. abs. hm 1 K 20 33 ; Pt.Vnyo Dt'i8 10 (cf.esp. US"""-'"- 113 *);— 1. practise divination Gn 44 s (J ; by means of cup, i.e. by hydromancy), with implied power to learn secret things v 16 ; condemned by proph. writer 2 K 21 6 = 2 Ch 33" ( + 3iK n'E>J)1 Jjfr tfifrft), 2 K 17 17 (|| DVSDj? WD£1); forbidden in Dand H: Dt 1 8 10 ( + W3W Btt^ Dn?Dj5 DDp), Lvi9 26 (H; |03top). 2. o&serw «/te signs or omens Gn 30 27 (J); so prob. WJJJ 1 K 20 33 now the men were observing the signs. T©n2 n.[m.] divination, enchantment. only abs. 'i Nu23 B (JE; || DDJ3), and pi. abs. DTD3 Nu 24 1 (JE), both in story of Balaam. III. tiTTJ (■/of foil., meaning unknown). . ritt?n3 n.m. 1K7 « (cf. Albrecht 2 ^" 1 <1896 >-

137 v

m ; f. 1 Ch 18 8 ) copper, bronze (NH = BH; Ph. DCra; Palm. KBTD Lzb 322 ; Syr. )Hj, %«&&, Ar. J.UJ, Eth. TAft: (so also OEth. DHM Eplgr. Ik-nkm. aus Abes».(1894),62 . ^^J^J *»• U.Eur. 127 gj+gg Egypt. teh(lt)ost, copper ( = *tenhost), as loan-wd. fr. ntJ-rU + fem. art.);— 'j abs. Gn4 S2 + ; cstr. EX38 29 ; sf.^nji La3 7 , ijfl^rg EZ16 36 , nn^m

11 , DTi^ra 2K 25 ,3 +2 t.; du. DWm Juio" 21 

+ 6t.; — 1. copper, as ore Dt8 9 , cf. Zc 6 8 ; worked by artificer Gn 4 22 (J) i K 7 1414 2 Ch 24 12 ; material — doubtless hardened with alloy, prob. tin, making bronze, cf. Now Archl243 Benz Arch - 214 — of armour 1S17' 6 1K14 27 , uten- sils 2K 25 14 =Je52 18 , Lv6 21 Nui7 4 + veryoft, altar 2 K 16 1415 ExsS 31 ^ 39 , etc., and other objects Nu 2 1 9 - 9 (JE), 2 K 1 8 4 1 K 4 13 7 16ft + , esp. in description of tabernacle and temple ; cast 1 K 7 14 ; polished enbo v 4S , prio 2 Ch 4" (cf. Lv6 21 ); and shining 3rm> EzrS 27 . On tiftrc

»yi? '3 Ez i 7 Dn io 6 v. h>; '3 as spoil of war 2 S 8 8 2 K 25 13 = Je 52 17M etc. +2. fetters of copper or bronze, usu. du. Ju i6 2 ' 2 S 3 s4 2 K 25 7 =Je 39 r 52 11 2 Ch 36", also 33"; sg. only La 3' (fig. of oppression). 3. as less in value than gold but more than wood Is 60 1717 ; fig. of worthless people Je 6 s8 ( + -'J"]?), id. (as dross of silver) Ez 22 18 ( + ^1?, br]3, tt$&). — On Ez 16 36 v. IV. BTU. 4. fig. of pitiless sky Dt 28 23 . tSJWIJ adj. of bronze;— '3 ^V?" * Jb 6 12 or is my flesh of bronze f fig. for strong, enduring (II *m; cf -4° 18 )- tnCTlTO and (Lv26 19 Jb 4 o 18 ) HtfTU n.f. copper, bronze (only poet.; cf.i.nBTO); — 'j a lw. abs.; — 1. copper produced from ore by melting Jb 28 2 . 2. copper, doubtless hardened with alloy, =^bronze, as material of bow 2S22 35 = V--I8 35 , Jb 20 24 ; gates Is 45 s ; fig. of strength Jb 40 18 (bones of hippopotamus), cf. 41 19 , Mi 4 13 (hoofs of Zion) ; of obstinate brow Is 48* (|| T5 1B1V 'n^)» unproductive earth Lv 26". t NDUJni n.pr.f. mother of king Jehoiakin

K 24 s ; ® Nf<r0u, A Naurda, ®L N«<r0ai/. 

T|riU)n3 n.pr. given to bronze serpent 2K18 4 prob. = bronze-god (so Thes, v. also Bau 8em.Bel.I.288 ; cf fgfy pfU y 4 Nu 2I 99._ chief arg. ag. this are vocalization of© Nt<7#aX«, A©L N((()ordav, and comparat. unimportance of material of wh. image was made ; others think of B'ro serpent (No ZM0 * (1888) ' m |n + B>ro, Klo* 4 10 °- in' + e>ro) ; Lag BN 188 - ** thinks loan-wd. IV. iCnj (poss. /of foil., si vera 1.; but precise meaning uncertain; Gei Cr " chr " ,39:! cp. Ar. fJL^j [=goad, prick; u-Li^ a certain piece of perforated wood (Frey)], NH nB>nj [bottom of vessel, Levy 5rawB1 "- 374 ]). fii. [mfn] n.[f.]atT|«f>rgEB 16 36 where context (|| n J"!y) favours mng. lust, harlotry, or specif, sens, obscoen. ((5o [citing Ki Ea] Ber- thol, v. also Da); text perh. crpt. (cf. Nii 2 " * 1 0886). 7»). Sm prop ^nuin, so appar. Toy""'; Or W?. t [TT y vb. (Aram, and poet.) go down, descend (Aram, nro, fcJL> ; Palm, nru Lzb 323 ); ^Qai Tmpf 3 ms. Hn; j e 2 1 ,3 ; 3 fs. nnn p r 1 <j » On?W ^3 83 ; 3 mp 1 - w !?- J b 21 13 (forms lljg, ■lfin; v. also nnn); — 1. </o doivn, descend, to into She'61 Jb2i 13 . attack Je 2i 13 ; into She'61 Jb 21". 2. fig. descend in chastisement ^ 38 s (hand of  ; 1 1 Niph. v. infr.); sq. 3 descend into i.e. make impression on, Pr 17 10 (of reproof). Niph. Pf 3 mpl. Wn3 S q. 3 = penetrate ^ 3S 3 , (of arrows of ). Pi. Pf 3 ms. consec. firm 2 S 22 3S (v. Ges' 148,7 ); = 3 fs. nn_™ ^is 36 ; /m/. abs. nro ^65";— cawse to descend = press down, ace. to most, in 'nsn] nfNnj npp '^ 2 s 22 s5 = -f i s 35 so </<a< my arms press down, stretch, a bow of bronze, but dub.; Bu conj. Hiph. nH£; HPS Tfh and makes my arms a bow of bronze; of pressing down, smoothing out, furrows of land ty 65". Hiph. Imv. nnjn J 4" thither bring down thy heroes, '•> ! (on form cf. Ges i64R - 3 Kb 13 ' 4 '). < f 11. nriw n. [m.] descent; — only cstr., of s arm in judgment Is 30 30 . — 1. nrrj v . sub 1113. t[nn2] adj. descending; — mpl. D'firo (on form cf. Kb" 81 ), 2 K 6 9 (to battle); but rd. prob. with Th Klo Benz after ® CSTO hidden. fin. Jiro n.pr.m. 1. son of Reuel, grand- son of Esau Gn 36 1317 (P ; ® Na^o/i, ^a X od, ®L Na x «9), I Ch I 37 (© Na X et, A ®L Na^cd). 2. grandson of.Elkanah 1 Ch 6", ® Kmvad, ©L Naa6 ;— prob. crpt. for nta v 19 , or Vm 1 S 1 ' (v. these words and We d,g,n1 -'" [who prop, nnn for nru], Dr 1 3 1 7 ). 3. an overseer, Hezekiah's time 2 Ch 31 13 , © Mat6, A fiae6, ®L Naatf. lIUJ vb. stretch out, spread out, ex- T T 215 tend, incline, bend (NH id., incline, spread tent, etc.; Ar. «isj, Lkj stretch out; — Qal l; . Pf. 3 ms.': Gn 3 3 I9 + ; 3 fs. FIT!?} Nu22 M ; 2 ms. JTIpJ Ex 15' 2 ; 3 pl.1CM ^ 2 1 42 Is 45", V$] ^ 73 2 Qr, etc.; Impf. Rf* Jb 15 29 , juss. 0* Zp 2 1S ; DJJ Gn 12%+, "BJ! ^ t11 2fi27 1 Ch 15'; 3 fs. ntsn Jb3i 7 , DP11 Nu 22 23 +2 t,; 2 ms. juss. tin p r 4 527 ; 3 mpl. its'l 1 S 8 3 ; 1 pi. n»D Nu 20 17 21 22 ; /mi). HO? Ex 8' + ; Inf. cstr. nitM Ju i 9 8 + 4 t., nb3 Ex 23 s ; sf. »rib3 Ex 7 5 , intoj f io9 a ; P«. ac<! nCJ Jeio^+et., nO*0 Ez 25"+ 3 t.; sf. nn'Ll i u'ls42 s ; pass. "IBJ ^ 62"+ 2 t., + ^ 7tf (v. infr.); fs. rPttM Is 5^+24 t.; pi. ni'CJ Is 3 16 Qr (Ktmit33) : — 1. a. stretch out, extend, hand, rod, usu. c. ace. + ?i? of direction Ex g*™ 3 (all E), V 9 14' (all P), abs. Jos 8 19 (JE), Ex 8' 2 (P); c. 3 of dart or rod -b<* pT?3 '3 Jos 8 1818 (JE), -^5? ^P3 »|T ': Ex 8' (P), cf. v 2 and fy om.) v 13 (allP), Jos 8 s6 (JE); fig. of hostility to God "^ VlJ ': Jb 1 5 = 5 ; rro:

mw et.p. of God stretching out his hand over (?5>), oft. with idea of against, i.e. in judgment, Is 5" 6 23" Zp i 4 2" Ez 6 ,4 + 7 t. Ez, Ex f (P); c. "S«  against Je 51 25 , cf. sword Ez 30 28 ; abs. Ex 15 12 (song); pt. pass. }^1| 'J Is 3 16 outstretched of neck; oft. HJ1D3 yil] arm stretclied out (of '*) to deliver, Dt 4 s4 + 14 1. (v. t") ; '3 JftlflJ Je 32 21 ; '3 T, to oppose, Je 21 5 ; mo) Yv Tty in judg- ment, Is5 25 (||i3«3B'^),so9 1116 - !!0 lo 4 (all id.), cf. 14 27 ; "i>5? '"nofrt l»n v 26 ; ♦*£ W?j Pr i 24 (of wisdom's appeal; ||VltOi3). b. stretch line and plummet, c. 75?, 2 K 2I 1S (subj. fig. of destruction), cf. Is 34" La 2 8 ; line, of artisan's measurements (abs.) Is 44 13 , and (c. ?$?) Jb 38 s . c. = offer, only T^V n ? 3 *HJ "^ iCh2i 10 <Are« things do I offer unto thee (so rd. prob. also || 2 S 24 12 , v. bai). . Spread out, i.e. ;ntcA, tent Gn 12 8 26 25 " (all J), 33 19 (E), Ju 4 11 , cf. Je 43 10 ; fig. of establishing people Je io 20 ; of sacred tentEx33 7 (JE), 2 S 6 17 = i Ch I6 1 , 1 Ch 15 1 2 Ch i 4 ; obj. heavens (spread out by '< as tent) Je io 12 + 9 t., cf. Jb 26 7 ; obj. likeness of firmament in Ezek.'s vision Ez i 22 . . Bend, turn, incline: a. intrans., of wady Nu 21 15 (JE; c. p); turn aside, of Balaam's ass 22 s3 (^^519), v 33 (^fO), cf. v 33 C???); c. adv. ace. 22 26 , so of Isr. 20 17 , and (c. vSyt?) v 21 ; c. 3 into, 21 22 ; of individ. 2 S 2 19 (^ TG$), v 21 fy), Je 14 8 (c. inf.); cf. Gn 38 1 ("•if), v 16 ( v*?) ; fig. of deviating from path of loyalty 1 K 2*> (c. nnK), cf. Ju 9 s (of heart), or of righteousness Ex 23 s [yet on text cf. Bu zaw»uiwi).ii3 Ry-noc.^ i S 8 3 (all c. T>nK); c. ft? Jb3i 7 V'44 19 , cf. Pr4 5 and (c. adv. ace.) v 27 ; '* DV» 1 K 1 1 9 (of heart), cf. + 1 ia' uw ; incline, of heart, c. |> 1 S 14 7 (rd. -103 ^ or flBi 6 Th We Dr Klo Bu HPS Lohr); decline, of shadow on dial 2 K 20 10 (fll^n, opp. nfaNj 311?), fig. of failing life ^r 102 12 109 23 ; of day Ju 19 8 + v 9 (txt. emend., v. GFM); bend down, H$ "f! Jb 1 S 29 , H?? "^^ 1 7" (both dub., v. Coram.) ; appar. nba B'l J u 16 30 and /je bowed urith all his »ni^A.« (after n'apjl, ^DBJI ; al. stretched him- self, i.e. yave a thrust, Be GFM, but vb. less oft. intrans. in this sense); of '♦, vN Bjl ^40' ana* Ae inclined unto me, — ntpnpBn Bfll is rd. 1 S 4 2 by © Dr Klo Bu, cf. 0©}. b. less oft. trans. ,6end,oow, «>3i?p iDac* B»1 Gn49 16 (Issachar under fig. of ass); ^DJ "VjJ ^ 62 4 (sim. of fate of wicked; || rwnn "n3); here belongs also prob. "bl W> t35?0? *?$ ^73* (Kt) and I was almost prostrated as to my feet (i.e. by stumbling; Qr VB3 Pf. 3 mpl. but needless, cf. 01 Bae ; || : nw K&f fm); 'ap '3 f n f 7 A<we m- clined my heart (c. inf.); of ' "TS3 DW 0*1

S 2 2 10 =^ i8 10 ; also fig., ^oW o«<, extend 

unto, of '», obj. nDPI Gn 39 21 (J), tibti, etc., Is 66 12 (both c. _ ^)'; of men njn ^, 2I " (^>). < I Niph. be stretched out; — Pf. 3 mpl. ^BJ Nu 24 6 (JE ; cf. 11. ^03) ; Impf. 3 ms. "£ n$fl Zc 1 16 (of measuring line, for building) ; stretch themselves out, i. e. grow long, 3 mpl. ^03) Je 6 4 (of shadows, || Divinje). Hiph. 75 Pf nen Ezr 7 s8 * 1 16 2 , sf. *T$nj

fs. sf. wan Pr 7 21 ; 1 s. wen p r 5 1S ; 3 P l. ttn 

Am 5 12 + 8 1.; 2 mpl. Drmri J e 25 4 3 5 ls ; Impf. Hip. Is 31 3 , & 2 S 9 15 Ezr 9 9 ; 2 ms. nan Ex 23 s + 3 t., juss. Bn f 27» 141 4 ; 1 s. HBN Je6 12 ^49 5 , BK Jb2 3 ", Btf] Ho 11 4 , but rd.'perh. BK1 (cf. Now) as Je 15 6 ; etc.; Imv. ntsn 2 K I9 16 + 7 t., tDHf i7« + 5 t. •fV'Pr; fs. , 'BnGn24 ,4 V'45 11 ; mpl. WfJ Jos 24 23 + 3 1.; 2w/. cs«r. niisnp Is io 8 + 4 t., n'tsnp EX23 2 ; sf. nnitsnp NU22 23 ; P«. nap Dt 27' 19 ; mpl. D'BID ^ 125 5 , cstr. 'ft Mai 3 6 ; — 1. rarely stretch out (as Qal 1), hand Is 3 1 3 (of "> in hostility), c. ^ Je 6 12 15 6 . 2. rarely spread out cloth on (?£) rock 2 S 2 1 10 ; as Qal 2 : tent 1 6 12 ( + ? pers.), tent-curtains (fig. of growth) Is 54 2 . 3. usu. turn, incline, c. ace, in many senses : a. lit. turn ass into (ace.) road Nu 2 2 23 ( JE) ; take aside 2 S 3 s7 (ace. pers. +"-'*?), 6 ,0 (acc. rei + acc.=to)=i Ch 13 13 (•'?)> incline, turn jar of water Gn 24" (J; to give drink) ; intrans. only "/J? 'B! Am 2 8 on garments taken in pledge they recline, and n l x " , 3'? ^L 1 Is 30 11 turn aside, out of tlie path (i.e. do not interfere with us; HTJTTP TJ). b. fig., Eni^fe? B'tpPL 1 ^ 125 5 those turning aside their crooked (ways), i.e. making their ways crooked ; cf. (neg.) Jb 23 11 . . c. turn, = influence, heart 2 S 19 15 ; turn (away) heart (cause to apostatize) 1K1 1 24 (c. , "!DX), v 3 (abs.); 3? subj., c. ace. pers. Is 44 20 cf. Jb 36 18 (ace. pers.) ; of persuasion, c. ace. pers. Pr 7 21 (Ipsn^Fl). d, incline one's own heart unto (??) God and his commands, Jos 24 s3 (E), cf. Pr 2 2 (?) ; subj. 1 K 8 58 V. 1 1 9 36 , c. "Tf Pr 2 1 1 ; neg. (c. ?) V' 1 4 1 4 . «• esp. incline the ear, of men (in obedience to God), usu. ||VOE>: abs. nw

PIBO Je7 24 +6t. Je (all neg.), bo 25 4 44' ( + inf.), Is 55 3 ; to inspired teacher Pr 4 20 (|| S^pn), 5' (|| id.) v' 3 (all c. b), 22 17 ^45" 78 1 (|| hi%?) ; to receive revelation V' 40 6 ; of God, listening to men, sts. ||J»B>: 2 K i 9 16 = Is 37 17 , Dn 9 18 , c. b f 17 6 ; also (c. "bx) 31 3 71 2 102 3 , c. b 88 3 116 2 , abs. 86'; once vb'tj ONI Hon'anrf/ itsed <o incline etc. (either rare intrans., or obj. om., e.g. "?W; rd. perh. ONI (BW ?) aw ^ / t?ic?i««d, after nVMl). f. bend ^^ heavens, of '1 (cf. Qal3b), yjfi44 i ;=hold out, extend unto (from above, b$?) Ezr 7 28 9 9 (obj. IDn). g. thrust aside, esp. c. ace. BB trp, f perverting or wresting justice: Ex 23 s (E), 1 S 8 3 Dt 16" 24 17 27 19 Las 35 , cf. Am 2 7 ; BB^p nirnx nionb Pr 17 23 ; also c. ace. pers. , b] Hp nionb Is io 2 Am 5 12 Is 29 21 Mai 3 5 , r-yrg d^3K «< Jb 24 4 , nionb BBE>B3 pnx p r l8 « ; here belongs prob. nonb EX23 2 (E; abs.), perh. ins. CSPO ( c f. Bu ZA * il. (1891), 113 T>_ T «dloc. ' x, -i„ J » /. ■Ky ). lx. thrust away, of », j?B WP "P"^ ^27'; cf. ."i^nen uypb^ Je5 25 your iniquities have thrust away (de- prived you of) these (harvests). fills': J0S21 16 , nWVi (so Baer) 15 56 n.pr. loc. town in Judah (15 55 © Tav , A@L l€rra, 2 1 16 © Taw, ©L Itrra). TntSO, PlED adv. downwards (from [CO] for [HOD] a place of declension (cf. HDJ, 3 a), with n_ / oc . ; Ol 222 " Kb" 260 : cf. the opp. nflQ, sub nby):_l. alone, Dt28 43 and thou shalt descend HBO HBO downwards, downwards, i.e. lower and lower, Pr 15 24 'O biKE>p "UD JJfpb. 2. nppb : a . downwards Dt 28 13 'ob PMlp xbl, Is37 31 = 2 Ki9 30 'ob enfe? ( c f. Ph CIS 11 - 2 '"'- byob 1B1 Cob Eht5> Db p bx let them not have root downwards, or fruit upwards), Je 31 s7 Ec

21 2CI132 30 ; Ezr 9 13 uftjg nppb robin nnx '3 

either (Be) hast kept back, downward, part of our iniquity (prevented it from appearing, and being counted against us), or, held us (Ges), or thy anger (Ke), back, below (cf. byp nbypb above, 2 Ch 34*) our iniq. (punished us less than our iniq. deserved). b. nopbl, (a) of space, and downwards, Ez i 27 'bl Vjnp HN-ippi, 8 2 ; (6) of age, and under, 1 Ch 1 7 s3 BHtt [3pb 'bl ru«>. 3. ncobp beneath (v. fD 9 a : opp. nbypbp above), Ex 26" =36*', 27 s = 3 8 4 , 28 2r =39 a> . n^D 2tj n.m. El4 -" (f. Mi 6 9 ace. to MT, but dub., v. infr.) 1. staff, rod, shaft. 2. branch. 3. tribe (Ecclus 4 8 2 staff, 45 6:a tribe);— abs. "o Gn 38"+ ; cstr. HBO Ex 4" + j sf. 19° Gn 38 18 4 5 1., cp Ex 8 1 , ^nopis io"+iot.; pl.niap 1 K8' + , etc.; sf. DniBO EX7 12 Nu 17 21 ; also VBO Hb 3 14 (but rd. T?P, or— Gr— I'nCD) ;— 1. (cf. bj30, B3E>) «tejf of traveller Gn38 1826 (J); in gen. Is ro 16 (sim.; ||C3B>); from staff as support comes fig. Dnb/flBD staff of bread (food supply) Ez 4 16 5 16 1 4 > 3 Lv 2 6 26 + 105 16 ; of staff or rod, Moses as shepherd Ex 4" 7 15 (J), 4 17 7 172 » 9* io 13 17 5 (all E); cf.also Is io 26 ; Ex 14" Nu 20*- 911 (all P) ; called D^ftn '0 Ex 4 20 17' (both E),becauseofmiraculouspower connected with it; cf. mirac. rod of Aaron 7 9101219 8 11213 (all P), and of Egyptian magicians 7 1212 (P); cf. Aaron's rod that budded Nu if****" ( c f ES 8e m .,.i8o iM .d. W) . can . ied eyen by warr . or

S 14 2743 ; b& nop Is 9 3 i. e . rod that strikes 

his shoulder, task-master's rod (||13 btin B3B>), cf. io 5 and v 24 14 6 (||C3^), all fig. of oppression '; ITJPW nop 30 32 appointed rod (of punishment); cf. 'o Ez 7 10 " (but text obscure, Co— q.v.— sceptre), also Mi 6 9 ace. to MT, but v. sub 3 ; used in beating out (C3n) fennel Is 2 8 27 ; staff as badge of leader or ruler TJTnpp Je48 17 (||bgp),cf.^iio 2 ;soNui7 17 -' 7 - l7 ' 7 +iot.Nui7; appar. shafts, i.e. arrows or spears, Hb 3 914 (cf. Now Da GASm). f2. branch of vine Ez I9 11.12.!4.H 3 trib g( l83t:)) orig company led by chief with staff: specif, of tribes of Isr. in both sg. and pi., 1 K 7 14 8' = 2 Ch 5 2 , Ex 3 1 2 + 5t. Ex; LV24"; Nui 4 +8 9 t. Nu; Jos 7 1 + 56t.Jos(allP); iCh 6 45 + 21 1. 1 Ch6, 12 31 ; prob. also Mi 6 9 (vocative; so © We Now GASm).— Cf. 03e>, and on relation of these two words for tribe in Hebr. usage D r jri i-n.ae82),:asf. TntflTp n.f. eoueh, bed (place of reclining ; DniCO Ecclus 4 8 6 );— abs. nop Am3 B +i 4 t.; cstr. nop 2 K 4 21 ; sf. ^OD f 6 7 , ^nop Ex 7 s8 , fr>pp 2 S4 7 +6t.;pl.niopabs. 2Ki"i 2 2 Ch 2 2 n , cstr. Am 6 4 Est I 6 ;— couch, bed, common article of furniture 2 K 4 10 , cf. v 2132 1 K 1 7", for repose, esp. at night, or in illness Gn 4 7 31 ( J ; 'OH B>SO) cf. 4 8 2 (J), 49"(P). f6 7 Pr 26 14 2 Ch 2 4 25 (prob.)! and for sitting, or reclining by day 1 S 28° 1 K21 4 ; '0nSSAm3 12 ; seat of King Solomon Ct 3 7 ; in bed-chamber (33C>p Tin) Ex 7 28 (J), 2 S 4 7 ; sts. portable 1 S 19 16 cf. v 1 10 , hence ='bier t t nan

S 3" ; sts. high 2 K 1 *-' M {Of rfy, opp. |9 TV) ; 

sts. costly, (with frames) of ivory Am 6 4 ; for reclining at feasts, made of gold and silver Est i 6 ; cf. fTJiaa 'D Ez 23 41 glorious couch/ TTTJ nitsen a K 11*= a Ch 22" (v. Tin).— Cf. also 33^ (330), feny. T [ntSp] n.f. spreading, outspreading; — only pi. cstr. VB33 nitSD Is 8 s </je outspread- ing of his wings (cf/'Ges s " 7 - 7 »K6 ll - I - 1M ' 399 ), fig. of invading Assyrian army. ' ntSTp n.[m.] that which is perverted, perverted justice (see •/Hiph. 3 g) ; — only 'D n«i)D Tj?n Ez 9 9 (as above Ke Sm Da Berthol Toy RV > j>erverseness AV) >Co DDH ( as 7 a ). t/pj vb. lift, bear (rare synon. of l^J; BAram. X pP? Z//J/ hence specif., Syr. '^.j sustulit (aquam), further, be heavy ; also bor- rowed and denom. forms in Ar. and NH, cf. Fra" ') ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. ') La 3 s8 ; Impf. 3 ms. fa. Is 40 15 ; Pt. act. bah 2 S 24™;— lift, c. ace. Is 40 13 (fig. subj. '*); Zt/t over thee (?y) i.e. offer 2 S 24 12 , but rd. nnia (as || 1 Ch 2 1 10 ) We Bu HPS ; lift (and lay) upon (?S) La 3 s8 . Pi. impf. sf. D.?t?3^ Is 63' and he bare them, fig. of '1 bearing his people (|| ON|W). T7CDJ n.[m.] burden, weight; — 'j cstr., of sand, Pr 27* (||TJ3). t [^3] adj. laden, only pi. cstr. *|M £»B$ Zp 1" those laden with silver. tj/tOJ vb. plant (NH id., and deriv.; cf. Sab. nyU3 pavilion [? as planted, established] DHM z " Gl " Tll - aaB) - 337 - 349 );— Qal Pf. 3 ms. Nu 24 6 + , 2 ms.nyt?? Dt6 u , sf. 3 mpl.D?llBJ Je 12 2 ; 1 s. TiypJ Je 45 4 + 2 t., WVBJI Je 42'° Ec 2 s , sf. !|*(jf©3 Je 2 21 , Vn?BM consec. '2 S 7'° = 1iTri?B31 iChi'7 9 , trnyBM consec. Am 9"+ 2 k, etc!; Impf. 3 ms. "hi Dn if 5 , JJftS Gn 2 s + 2 t., sf. ,r >??!l Is 5 2 ; 2 ms. yon Dt i6 !1 + 2 t., sf. 3 fs. nyprn ,/, 8o 9 ; sf. 3 mpL tojfern Ex 15 17 , B^ffl ^44 3 , etc.; 7mu. WBJ Je 29 s + 3 t.; /«/. 8*$ Is 51" Je i8», yiD?b = Je i 10 31 28 , nj?pb Ec 3 2 ; Pt. act. yCSii Je 11 17 , l?pb -^ 94' (shewing orig. a ace. to Lag 8 * 84 ); pi. EPypi Je 31 6 ; ;;a«*. jnt33 Ec 3 2 , pi. D^O? Ec 12";— 1. ;>Zam«, c. ace. of tree or vine NU24 6 (JE; subj. '"'), Gn 21 33 (J), Lv 19 (H), Is 44" * 106 16 (subj. *»), Ec 2* also (fig. of people) Je 2 21 n 17 i^8o 916 ; c. ace. IJB3 of vineyard Gn 9 20 (J), Am 5" 9 14 2 K I9 M = Is 37 30 Zp i 13 Dt 20 6 28 3039 Je 31" 5 3 5 7 Ez 28 26 IS65 21 Pr3i" 1//107 37 Ec 2 4 ; olive trees and vineyards Dt 6 11 Jos 24 13 (D) ; garden Gn 2 8 ('<), Je 29 528 ; so c. ace. flP| IT}?* Dt 16 21 ; VPfl ') D^DVJ Is 17 "> (fig. of idolatry) ;'abs. (lit.) Is'65 22 Ec 3 22 (opp. ~$y) ; c. 2 ace. Is 5" (plant vineyard with vine). 2. plant, fig. = establish, usu. of establishing people, c. ace. 2 S i7 10 = 1CI117 9 Am 9 15 (opp. BTI3), Ez 3 6S6 E x j^w (song), esp. Je 24 s 32" (3 loc), 42 10 (opp. eri}), 45 10 («PP- id.), ^44 3 (allof establishinglsr.); of establish- ing wicked Je 12 2 ; abs. of establishing people Je 1 10 1 8 9 3 1 28 ; more t., establish heavens Is 5 1 16 (|| Hv " ,D ^); J*»«iAfix (late use) tents Dn 1 I 45 ; D'JftDJ ninp'^p Ec 12" nails planted, i.e. fixed in; even }TK '3 ^ 94 s A« that planted the ear. Miph. Pf. 3 pL W»3 IS40 24 be planted, fig.,= be established. t [Ve5] n. [m.] plantation, planting, plant;— abs. VQ1 Jbi 4 9 ; cstr. yp? Is5 7 ; sf. •I!;03 Is 17; pi. cstr. *}?OJ Is 17 10 ;— 1. pZawta- «t'ora IS5 7 (fig. of Judah, planted by '*); 17 10 (fig. of idolatry), so 2. act of planting Is 17' 1 . 3. plant Jb 14 9 (in sim.). tn^QD n.pr.loc. 1 Ch 4 23 , © Afa^, A Aract/i, © L Erafi/i. t[^B>3] n.[m.] plant;— only pi. ttfPJ ^ 144 12 (fig. of vigorous sons). tytSJD n.m. place, or act of planting; plantation; — abs. 'o Ez 34 s9 ; cstr. VPP Is 61 3 ; sf. iJ?PP Is 60 21 (Kt ; Qr *!$«); ^ypp Ez 17 7 , also 3 1 4 , but rd. nypp © Hi Co Berthol Toy; pi. cstr. ^PP Mi i 6 ; — 1. planting-place, "^PP D"}3 Mi i 6 vlanting-place for a vineyard, so EZ31 4 (rd. nypp, v. supr.); prob. also D$18 < rd. tity '» © Co Berthol Toy i.e. peaceful (fruitful) planting-place ; cf. 'OniriJ? if=beds where it was planted. 2. act of planting 'D ~)3fJ Is 6o 21 sZiooi o/7«'s (wy) planting (fig. of people). 3. '» 'o Is 6 1 3 plantation of * (id.). t[Hpj] vb. drop, drip, fig. (esp. of pro- phet) discourse (NH id.; % ^B? aVo^>, dr»/>/ Syr. a&j drip, )kis^ «fowp (m»"- '- im ) etc.; Ar. (_iij t'rf./ Eth. }TQ: r^., Imi: coZar«  (stillando), expercolare) ; — Qal Pf. 3 mpl. ^BPJ Ju 5 4 + 2 1.; WJM Ju 5 4 ; 7w^/ 3 fs. ^ Jb 29 s2 ; 3 mpl. ttfl Jo 4 18 ; 3 fpl. naatsri p r 5 » a 4"; F)t03

ajea P<. niSCi Ct 5" ; — <2rop, drip, usu. trans. , c. ace, of clouds dropping water (Q'P), in storm Ju 5 4 , ||heavens v 4 (obj. om.), -<r 68 9 (id.; all theoph.) ; of hands dri]>jring myrrh pio) Ct 5 s ; in predict. D'Dy *SB? Jo 4 18 the mts. slwdl drip must; fig. of (seductive) speech 'tSH DDi Pr 5 3 the lips of the strange woman drop honey, so perh. Ct 4 11 (Bu of kisses); "*3 '3 vniriB'e> 5 13 fo s Z?> drip myrrh (perh. of sweet breath). Intrans. only TOO f)bri io'Oy Jb2 9 K iywra. </tew my speec/t used to drop. Hiph. Pf. 3 mpl. ^Bni consec. Am9 13 ; Impf. 2 ms. H'tsn Am7 16 ; 1 s. H 1 ?*? Mi 2 11 ; 3 mpl. r la ' , t^ , - v 6 ; 2 mpl. ttl'Bn v 6 , «MP0 v 6 ; P<. T99 Mi 2" ;— 1. drip, D'pJ? IMTI) Am 9 13 and the mts. shall drip must ( = Qal J04 18 ). 2. of speech, esp. prophecy (without ace): c. ?5? against, Am 7 16 (||N3|n), c.~b« toward, Ez 2 1 2 (id.), v' (id.); c. !> concerning Mi 2" c f. v " ; _n^6 wb:t6 fWR iQtsn-^K Mi 2 6 ' talk not ' — so they talk — ' they (rd. ye 1) shall not talk of these things ' (where 'BR, 'BO' ref. to prophets). fi. [n^] n.m. drop ;— D^BM Jb 36 s7 (|pBD, ram). + 11. ^t22 n.[m.] an odorif. gum (gathered in drops), used in sacred incense Ex 30 34 (P). Identif. dub. ; © otoictt}, 93 stacte, i. e. (Hesych.) a kind of myrrh, so Kn, cf. Ri HWB ; Rosenm Thes Ke al. storax; Rabb. opobalsamum (cf. J_)[«dloc. JJ ow Arch. U.M.M8 t[nD ,, tt3?] n.[f.] drop, i.e. pendant, an ornament (or pearl as Ar. i ~i Ul, fr. likeness to drop of water ; cf. GFM) ; — only pi. abs. niB'BS Ju 8 26 , niBM Is 3'°. TnQtOp n.pr.loc. in Judah (dropping, dripping, cf. Lewy 8emFr « md - 0r,OT<0 );— Ezr 2 K = Ne f 26 ; © NtToxfxi, ®L Ncra^art (as adj. gent. Ne^ 28 ). t^nC't33, 'flOtea adj. gent. ;— 'Bb3 2 S 2 3 ffl 4- o^t-, 'B'iB? T i Ch 2" + 4 t. Ch ; — '3H tf«j Netophathite 2 S 2 3 28 - 29 2 K 25*'= Je 40 8 1 Ch ii 30 - 30 ; sg. coll. (the) Netophathites (no art.) iCh2 54 9 ,6 Nei2 S8 . tppj] vb. keep (less common || of 1X3) (NH id.; X "HJ?, Syr. ;£j «.; Nab. in n.pr. Lzb 323 (cf. also infr.), Ar. jio to", (obj. garden, etc.));— gal Pf 1 a V$J Ct i 6 ; /my/- 3 ms. lio? ^103", 1103? Je3 6 ; rd. "fo?l also Ami" (for MT «P<?:) 01+ 1039 We Now GASm Dr; 2 ms. "*? Lv 19 18 ; 1 s. "tits? Je 3 ' 2 ; P«. act. 1013 Na x 2 ; f. .TJB3 Ct 1 6 ; mpl. 0^01 Ct 8 1113 ; — 1. &«e^>, maintain (sc. wrath), of ' Je 3 512 Na i 2 (c. ? for), ^ 103 9 ; of Edom Am 1" (rdg. iEK "Vf? "lb^l and he kept his anger perpetually, v. supr.). 2. &e«p, guard a vineyard Ct i 6 " (in fig.), abs. 8", obj. in? v 12 . t niton and (La 3 12 ) kTlffiQ n.f. 1. guard, TT" ^ / TT~ ward, prison. 2. target, mark (as kept in the eye, watched, cf. 1X3 Pr 2 3 26 , and axdn-oc (watcher, mark) from oxiitToiiai ; perh. Nab. [wn]l3D Lzb 323 ); — nlways abs.: — 1. guard, ward, prison, usu. 'OH IXn court of guard (v. 1. 1XPI) Je 3 2 2 - 812 33 1 37 2 ' 121 38 61328 39' 413 ; 'tan nyc* Ne 1 2 s9 . 2. taroei, wiaryfc Jb 16 12 (fig. of '>'s chastisement), Y^ x 7?>?3 La 3 12 (sim. id.); lit. only 1 S 20 20 . ttfc^JDJ vb. leave, forsake, permit (Z for- sake ; draw off" skin of dead animal ; Ar. (jUoj = abstinens ab impuro ace. to Kam (Fr'ey));— gal Pf. 3 ms. '3 1 S io 2 , sf. 1 pi. 13&03 Ju 6 13 ; 2 ms. ?f 0? 1 S 1 7 28 , nriBtoj Is 2*, sf. »SJfC? Gn 31 28 , IWM consec. Ex 23", etc.; Impf®®] 1 S i2 22 ^94' 4 , ^ Ho 12 15 , sf. i pi. Vfht) 1 K8 57 ; 1 pi. B>B3 Ne io 32 , etc.; 7m«. Bnc'3 Pri7 14 ; Pt. pass. f. ."12*103 Is2i 15 ; mpl. OTpBJ 1 S 30 16 ;— 1. Zeaw, Zei aZ-cme Ex 23 11 (E ; =let field lie fallow, ||BDB>), cf. n3fn-riS BT331 T^»3 NEtol n*y*3^n Ne io 32 (i.e. leave field £gdlow and debts unclaimed); obj. quails, let them lie, (?y loc.) Nu n 31 (JE), of Amalekites fnsn-bB »3B-^y D^W 1 S 30 16 left to themselves over all the land; VM Vft X%ft Ho 12" and his mortal guilt shall lie leave upon him; leave in charge of, entrust to (?y pers.) : sheep 1 S 17 20 ' 28 ; baggage v 22 . 2. usu. forsake, abandon, ni3h«n n.31 '3 1 S io 2 thy father hath abandoned the matter of the asses (ceased to be concerned about them); tyit33 Tin Pri7 14 abandon con- tention; oft. subj. c. ace. pers. Ju6 13 Is 2 s 1 S 12 22 iK8 57 (||3!y) 2K21 14 Je7 M i2 7 (|p!V), 2 3 33 - 39 ^2 7 9 (|p!y), 94 l4 (||^.); of '"leaving Phar. forsaken (on ground, cf. Niph. 1) Ez 29 s ( + H loc), 32 4 ( + 3 loc); abandoning the sanctuary at Shiloh^78 60 ; of men forsaking God Dt32 13 (poem), Je 15 6 ; cf. 1|K rnin B-sn-bK Pr i 8 6 M ; of men abandoning kg. (under fig. of cedar) T t 2 mrea Ez 31" 11 . 3. permit, only pt&j> »»^J ■&) '131 'Up Gn 3 1 28 (E) and hast not permitted me to kiss my sons, etc. — For nonpen B>tsri1 1 S 4 2 rd. prob. BO! (® ?kAii<h/) Dr Klo Bu, or < E>pni (nj?p) grew _^erc« HPS (Lbhr prop. ctojn c f. Ju 15 9 etc.). For neto nnn is 21 15 (||n3mn^)rd.perh.nB^>'rt. ' Niph. Pf. 3 fs. neto? Am 5 2 ; 3 pi. 1BT33 Is 16 8 33 s3 ; Impf 3 mpl. ^03M Ju 15' + 2 t; — 1. he forsaken, Am 5 2 she (Isr.) lieth forsaken (?"$ loc). 2. &e loosened or Zoose (prop. 6e 7e< alone, left to hang down) of ship's tackle Is 33 s3 . 3. be let go, spread abroad, of warriors, Ju 15 19 2 S 5 1822 (all c. 3 loc, for purpose of plunder); of tendrils of vine Is 1 6 8 (fig. of Moab). Pu. Pf. only S5te3 [to")K Is 32 14 palaces are aban- doned, deserted (|| W "*$ fi»n). t [n© , ip2] n.f. twig, tendril of vine (as spreading, cf. -/Niph. 3) ; — only pi. nit^Bjn '00 "^PO Is 18 5 tlie tendrils he hath removed, cf. nTife><t33 Wpn Je 5'° (appar. cited from Is.; expl. by Finn JournTr "'* YictIn """ S06r - from use by shepherds of poterium spinosum, called nettsh, as defence of sheepfolds), — in both of destroying city (under fig. of vineyard); 'ilTIBtp3 D' 1"OV J e ^g 32 thy tendrils went over the sea (fig. of prosperity of Moab). ["O] v. nm. N"0 (/of foil., cf. At. 'U (med. "), be raw). f 11. N3 adj. raw, of flesh Ex 12 9 (P;

"12a opp l ,€>2). Of [Ml T^a, rra v. 30. L - J AT • AT " "pa v. m rrra v. 11. Yij.

  • T *

nv3 v. rvu eub 1. rm. T nira, rtirra v. rro. pa v. p. tnt*Pa n.pr.loc. Nineveh, capital Assyria (As. Nind, Niwua, NirvA, cf. Schr cotg.o„. Ul r " a »);— Gn 10 1112 (J), 2 K 19 s6 = Is 37* Na i 1 2° 3 7 Zp 2" Jon i ! 3 »m*W ca n ed r^hjn nrpn v 3b 4 » (cf. 3 4f ) ; @ n<™,, ®l Niwut. Site on E. bank of Tigris marked by mounds Neby Yunus and Kuyundjik, opposite Mosul. Cf. Layard "'"'"h «id I" Rem»in«, 18« : Monument! <*»•"•'• Billerbeck u. Jeremias BA8l "- I(189B ' I07ff - D s 3 v. D13 Qal 1. ad fin. " ^D l, 2 n.pr. of 1st month (loan-wd. fr. Bab. Nisannu, cf. Schr 0011 " 1 ' 1 MuEs-Arnolt JBL * • < um) - n ; NH = BH; so Nab. Palm. v. Lzb 323 ); —only post-exil.: '1 EHh Ne 2 1 Est 3' ( + EH.nn pt?N-in),=pre-exil. 2'3Xn (BH.h)._ On sacred- ness of Nisan cf. also RS 8em -'- SOT > M ' id - 406t yiara v. yw. -pa v. -0. fl. P"^] vb. break up, freshly till;— Qal Imv. mpl. H»$, c. ace. cogn. - ^? Ho 1 o 12 Je 4 3 . |n. "Pa n.[m.] the tillable, untilled or fallow ground; — ■') abs. as ace. cogn. ^ , ? "M D3P Ho 1 o 12 Je 4 3 ft'ZZ- ytwt i/t« untilled ground (fig. of unaccustomed moral action); cstr. only D^IO T} ^jfeTTJ Pr 1 3 s3 abundant food (yields) <Ae fallov} ground of poor men (i.e. with ' s blessing). — I. "V? v. 113. II. "TVJ (/of foil.; cf. NH -I s ?, Ar.^i, Syr. i*J (in Lexx), all = the system of heddles or ' apparatus [of small cords with loops, or eyes] by wh. the threads of the warp are raised and lowered to make an opening for the passing of the woof ' GFM PA0S 0ct - 1889 ' *** '■; cf. As. niru, Syr. -Ji, yoke).

["fiao] n.m. beam (prob. round) carrying 

the heddles (in loom), = hat.jugum, soGFM lc "; — only cstr. in phr. 0'?"]N 1130? beam of weavers 1 S if 2 S 2i 19 = 1 Ch 20 s , 1 Ch n 23 , all sim. of thick and heavy shaft of spear. f [^DJ] vh. smite, scourge (rare Arama- izing form of n:i) ■ — only Niph. Pf 3 pi. W33 )HXrr|0 Jb 30 8 they are scourged out of the land. t[*Oa] adj. stricken ;— mpl. D*?J Isi6 7 (Kb" 1 ' 73 ), of Moab prostrated by conquest. t[Npa] adj. id., alw. f. nt03_ 0" a stricken spirit, Pris 13 17 22 (both opp. ncfe> 3.?), 18 14 . tn^Da n.f. a spice, (usu. understood of tragacanth gum, exuding fr. astralagus bush, Di " 27 - 26 and reff.; Now ArchlM( * n,i249) ; cf. alto Low' 24 ; but = Ar. ilXj = iJLXj summitas rubicunda sive fiores plantae (i.e. a certain plant, Frey), ace. to Hom AuM,M4 );— abs. '3 Gn 37 25 ( + If b6, as merchandise), 43 11 ( + id., also B>3^ ( D'StJS, OHpf, as gift). ^TDJ (./of foil., mng. uncertain; Eth. i7^f — gens, stirps, [cf. Sam. 133 Gn 21 23 ]). 122

naa T"T3J ii.Tm.] progeny, posterity, alw. c. P? in standing phr. (Ecclus 41 s 47 mi! , both c. p) ; _abs. teya '3 *6i b r? *6 Jb 18", cf. Dt? '3] pjj -K^1 Is 14 25 ; sf. ^^ 'J*?^ »j> Gn 21 23 to me aW to my offspring and to my posterity. [HDJ] vb. smite (not in Qui) (NH Hiph. id.; Pf. 3 pi. 13H SI 4 , Inf. [n]3i"6 ib. 2 ; Syr. &j, laesit, nocuit, repugnavit; Aph. laesit, vulneravit; Eth. Jh?I laesit, nocuit; cf. Ar. ">j 6e defeated, iIiS>J the inflicting of injury on an enemy Lane 3038 );— tMiph. Pf. npj nMl consec. 2 S 1 1 15 and he shall be smitten [struck by weapon in battle] and die. + Pu. Pf. 3 fs. WIM Exo 31 ; 3 pi. 133 v 32 (J), both be smitten dovm by the hail. Hiph. <8 , Pf. 3 ms. ftpi Ex 9 s5 + ; sf. 'JSrn consec. Gn 3 2 12 , Q3H Je 5 s ; 2 ms. n'Sri Ex 1 7 s + ;

s . wan Ju i5 16 + , Warn Ex 3, M +; 3 pi. WJ 

Gn 19" + ; 2 mpl. DH'Sn Je 37 10 +3 t. consec; etc.; Imjtf. 3 ms. nil Ex 2i 2 ° + , }! H06 1 (but rd. Tin We Now GASm); Tp : Ho 14" (v. infr.); H3>1 Jos io 40 + , usu. Id Ex 2 12 + ; sf. 2 ms. naa: Je 4o' 5 + 2 t., 3 ms. 13!! 2814" (but rd. H3 © @ 93 Th We Dr Klo Kit Bu HPS), 13?: 1 S 1 7* + 2t; usu. in3HNu2i 24 +; 3 fs. W. Jon 4 7 - 8 ;

ms. nan Ex2 13 + ; sf. 3 ms. ttfn Pr 23 1314 ; 
s. H3K i S 18" +; n|KJ Ne 13*, WJ Ex 9 15 ; 
mpl. »: Mi 4 14 ; usu. «3 Gn 1 4 5 + (1S4' rd. 

prob. Hoph. q. v.) ; 1 pi. "nM Nu 2 2 6 ; ^1 Dt 2 s3 , etc.; 7m». nan Ez6", ^n Am 9'+; mpl. On

S 13 29 , etc.; /«/. a&s. nan Dt3 16 +, nian 

2 K 3 24 (Ges « 76<r ) ; c*<r. nisn Gn 4 16 + , etc. ; Pt. nap Ex2 n + ; cstr. nap Ex2i 12 +; pi. D*W 1 S 4 8 + , etc.; — 1. a. lit., «mt'<e (with a single, non- fatal, blow), strike, sq. ace, ass Nu 2 2 23 - 25 ' 27 (tea^v^allJ); manEx2i 1519 (E); cheeks Jbi6 10 ; man (on) cheek (2 ace.) Las 30 V'3 8 ; man'nb-^J Mi 4 14 (3 instr.), 1 K 22 M = 2 Ch 18 23 ; eye Ex 2 i 26 (E); TJ30 03B> Is 14 29 (fig. of con- queror); with (3) stone or fist Ex 21 18 (E), cf. (fig.) Is 58 4 (abs.); smite lion or bear 1 S 17 35 ; strike river (with rod nop) 7 17 (c. ?5> obj., + 3 instr.), v 20 Ex 17 s (E; 3 instr.), also (with mantle) 2 K 2 81414 , cf. smiting Euphrates into (b) seven streams Is 1 i is ; dust Ex8 ,213 (P); rock 17 s (E), Nu 20" (P; 3 instr.), V 78 20 ; fig. smite earth V3 1232*3 Isn 4 (of future Davidic kg.); strike on ground (nint< ; with arrows) 2K13 18 , also (abs.) v 1819 ; strike weapons out of (ft?) hands, Ez 39 s ('» ; fig. of making power- less); lintel of door Am 9 1 ; barley-loaf strikes tent Ju 7 13 (in dream); in fig. of regret, remorse ink tn 3? 7|»1 2 S 24 10 and David's heart smote him, so 1 S 24 s ( + " , B i N"?5? because); of goat smiting (butting with horn) the ram, so as to break its horns Dn 8 7 (in vision) ; smite = hit with missile, sling-stone 1 S 1 7 49 (c. ace. pers. + insp-i>K), cf. 2K 3 s5 (but text perh. corrupt, v. Benz); arrow, 1 K 22**= 2 Ch 18 33 (c. ace. pers. + P3), 2 K 9 24 (c. id.) ; of piercing, nisn TJ331 1H3 n^na 1 S19 10 smite with the dart into D. and into the wall, pin D. to the wall, •vi?3'nrrns t|>i v 10 , cf. 18", H??' n, ?0 3,3 ?$ 26 s . b. smite repeatedly, beat, a man Ex 2 1113 (E), 5 16 (J), Ne^ 25 (JO partit.), cf. Dt2S u ; here prob. also 1 K 20 35 - 35 - 37 " (S'sSl nan beating and bruising him); of Assyr. under fig. of task- master Is io 24 ; beat a woman so as to bruise her (VSB) Ct 5 7 ; beat by authority, scourge Je 20 2 37 15 Dt25 2 - 3 (c. ace. pers. -face. cogn. nan nap), v 3 cf. ntan J3 v 2 i.e. worthy of scourg- ing, bastinado, (cf. Dr) ; 2 Ch 25 16 ; Pr 17 10 19 25 23 13U (3 instr.); cf. D'apb WI3 '13 Is 5 o 6 ; of hail, beat down herbage etc. Ex 9 2S25 (cf. Pu.). c. 'I? }a>l 2 K 1 1 12 and they clapped hands (in applause); elsewhere only Ezek., in mockery; 513-^J *|3 Ez 2I 19 - 22 ; 1f33 6" (|| lj>fi3 SF&; ace. V3J 22 13 . d. give a thrust (with fork) into (3) pot 1 S 2 14 ; strike roots Ho 14 6 (in fig., but 13?>1 We Now). e. rarely smite (in battle) so as (merely) to wound 1 K 8 s8 , so ( + ace. cogn. nap) v 29 9 18 =2Ch2 2«; fig. of V B wounding Isr. Ho 6 1 (opp. E'an, bind u]>), Je 30 14 (c. ace. cogn.). Cf. smite with (3) the tongue Je 18 18 . f. smite, of sun, etc., c. ace. pers. Is 49 10 ^ 121 6 ; c. i>? Jon 4 8 . . Smite fatally : a. (subj. man) smite, c. ace., 4-word of killing (dying): — obj. lion and bear 1 S 17 35 ; man Ex 21 1220 (E), Jos io 26 (JE), 11 17 (D), 1S17 60 2 Si 15 2 31 (JO partit. + 3 among), 4 7 14 6 18 15 21" 1 K 16 10 2 K 12 22 15 30 25 2l = Je 52 17 , 2K 25 25 Je 4 i 2 Nu 35 161719 - 11 (P; all c. 3 instr.); c. ace. + typh"7S 4. 3 instr. 2 S 2 23 smote him (fatally) in the belly with (on text v. HPS), 20'°, cf. 3 27 4 6 (but del. © Ew Th We Dr Bu HPS); tfM insm Dt 19" and he smite him in his life (mortally), and he die, cf. (without word of dying) v 6 Gn 37 21 (J), Je 4O 1415 [otherwiseLv24 ,7 - ,8 Nu35 1116 - 30 Dt27 35 Jos 20 39 ] ; with prolepsis D v?n nisn? smite the slain ma

mo Ju 20 S1S9 ; + n ?1^ smile to the ground i.e. kill 2 S 2 12 1 8". b. smite, of worm gnawing or boring so as to kill plant Jon 4 7 . c. very oft. = kill, slay, man or beast (c. 1 50 t.) : Gn 4 15 8" (exterminate ; both J), Ex 2 12 Nu 21 35 (E), Jos 7 s (JO partit,), v' (JE), DU9 6 21 1 27 s4 - 25 Josh 10 (3 instr.; all D), Lv «4» JMUI (H), Nu 3 5 n ll.U.21.24.30 Jos 9 18 20 3 - 9 (all P), JU15"

S 1 7 9936 2 S 1 2 9 (2 instr.), 2 K g 7 (exterminate), 

etc.; c. 3 among 1 S 23 s , ft? partit. Ju 14" 20 45 ; c. 3 partit. slay at, work slaughter among 2 S 2 3 10 (ins. also in || 1 Ch 11" v. Be"""*- Dr 2823 ' 10 ), but also 3 of dir. obj. I S 18 7 21" 29 s ; subj. lion 1 K 20 3636 cf. Je 5 6 (fig. of judgment) ; f i subj. 1 S 6 ,sb (2 among, +&cc. cogn.; 1 S 6 19 * :J'1 crpt. v. @ Th We Dr Kl Kit Bu HPS); slay firstborn Exi2 2 (J), v 29 Nu 3 13 8" 33 4 (all P), * 78 s ' 1 05 36 1 35 s ; God slays for (?J?) sin 2 S 6'= 1 Ch

10 O^"^); slay 3yp$ Dti3 16 20" Jos 

, jii.is.i4- ^ all D ^ Ju l8 2?" 2I io j g 22 9 2 K IO » Je2l 7 Jb I 151 '; kill, slay, c. ace. cogn. (i"QP)

S 14" 1 K 20 21 (3 among), 2 Ch 13" (DH3), 

25" (DiJP); c. acc. pers. + acc. cogn. Josio 20 (JE),Est 9 6 , etc.; kill unwittingly, unintention- ally nyn »Ja? nan Dt 19 4 Jos 20 6 (both D). . Smite = attack, attack and destroy a company Gn 32 912 34 30 Jos 8 21 Ju 8" 9" 2 K 8 21

Ch 2 1 9 ; attack and capture a city Ju I 9 v 12 

= Jos 15" (JE), Jos 7 3 io 4 (JE), 1 S 30 1 1 K i 5 20 =2Chi6 4 , 2K15 1616 iCh20' 2CI114 13 Je 47 1 ; tents 1 Ch 4 41 2 Ch 14 14 ; = sack a city 21$*$ (slaying inhab.), Jos 8 24 19 47 (both JE), io 2830 - 323537 cf. v 39 (all D), Ju i 26 20 37 2 S 15"; esp.defeat kg. or army (involving oft. overthrow, pursuit and slaughter), — c. 95 t., — Gni4 51517 NU14 46 2i 24 (JE), Jos8 12 io 10 ( + acc. cogn.), v 10 (15 loc), 1 1 88 (all JE), Dt i 4 2 !B 3 3 4" 7 2 29° Josio 3340 fW— JO loc), i2 1612 13 12 (all D); Ju i 617 1 S 11" (ip temp.), 1 K 13 17 (jfanS), 2 K 3 24 * + v 24b (where rd. nisnl Ki3 1K3£ and they went on defeating), Is io 20 Je 37 10 , etc.; ins. 13 or nan in 2 S 8 13 Th Ke Kit Bu cf. Dr, after © ; c. 3 obj. 1 S 14 31 23 s ' 2 (n loc— JO); -f-3"in 'Dp Ju 20 48 , etc.; of gods causing defeat 2 Ch 28 s3 ; smite land = conquer, subjugate, sts. ravage, Gn 1 4 7 Jos io 40 (D), 1 S 27 s Je 43" 46 13 , cf. Is 14 6 (acc. cogn.); subj. ■' NU32 4 (P); of ^ smiting sea ttfyl DJ3 nam Zc io" (Bev 3Tb " msi '""••"prop. D^3J). . Of God, a. smite with (3) a plague, disease, etc.: — blindness Gn 19 11 (J), 2 K 6 1818 cf. Zc 1 2 4 - 4 (symbol.); of Egyptian plagues EX3 20 9 15 (both J), 1 S4 8 , without 3 Ex 7" (J), 12" (P), •f 136'° (acc. + Dnn'oiQ); tl ler plagues Nu 14 12 (JE), Dt 28 22 - 27 - 28 - 35 1 S 5 6 2 S 24" Jb 2 7 Am 4 9 Hg 2 17 Mai 3 24 ; without 3, 1 S5 9 2K 19 35 = Is37 26 ; Nun 38 (JE; DP* + acc. c °g n -): smite vines with (3) blight ^ 1 o 5 s3 . b. smile = chastise, or send judgment upon, usu. c. acc, 1 K i 4 16 1 Ch 2 i 7 lss* 9 n 2f (iron wjo napan), 30 31 (3 instr.) 57 17 6o 10 (opp. DO!) Je 2 30 5 s "14" EZ32 16 (® Co iTVI scatter); c ?5? punish for, (sin) Lv 26 24 (H). c. of God's destroying palaces Am 3" 6 11 (2 acc), cf. Zc 9 4 . tHoph. Pf nan Ho 9 16 Nu 25 14 , nain f 102 6 ; nam consec Ex 22 1 ; 3 fs. nrian Ez 33 21 40 1 ; 1 s. wan Zc 13 6 ; 3 pi. Wl 1 S 5 12 ; Impf 3 mpl. 13'! Ex5 14 ; 2 mpl. «« Is i 6 ; Pt. nap Nu 25 14 , cstr. H30 Is 53 4 ; f. fifD Nu 25 15 ' 8 ; pi. D^ap Ex 5 16 , cstr. ""JW Je 18 21 ;— be smitten: 1. = receive a blow Is i 6 (Judah under fig. of man). 2. be wounded Zc 13 6 . 3. be beaten Ex5 1416 (J). 4. be (fatally) smitten+vh. of dying Ex 22' (E); be killed, slain Nu afc*"*" (c. b$, for), 3^*»JB Je 18 21 (||njO rnn) ; so also (abs.) prob. 1 S 4 2 "(rd. «*1 0(52? Th Dr Klo Kit, for MT OQ). 5. be attacked and captured, of city Ez 33 21 40'. 6. be smitten with disease (by God) 1 S5 12 ; abs., of '"'s servant IS53 4 . 7. 6e blighted, of plant (in fig.) Ho 9 16 (Ephr.), + 102 6 (heart, 3bP3; both +W3J). t[m]] adj. smitten, stricken(cf.[N33]); — only cstr.: Dy?l '13? 2 S4 4 9 3 crippled offset; nrrn33 Is 66 2 contrite 0/ spirit ( + , ?V)- f[HS>J adj. id.;— pi. D"??. ^35" «mt«m ones, but rd. prob. r 3 , "133 aliens 01 Che Bae al.

1. ]*D3 n.[m.] = blow Jb 1 2 5 acc. to Schult 

Di Bu, but precarious; <Niph. fr. J13 q.v. tn30 n.f. blow, wound, slaughter; — abs/DlS4 8 + ; cstr. DSD Is io 26 + ; sf.'nSDJe io 19 15 18 , etc. ; pi. niSDabs. 2 K 8 M + ; cstr. Dt 29 21 + ; sf. IDbp Dt 28 s9 , ^niso J e 30 17 , etc.;— 1. a. blow, stripe, lit. of scourging, chastising Dt25 3 Pr2o 30 (||pss rinan); ann nap Est 9 s (as acc. cogn.). b. beating, scourging, fig. of defeat of Midian Is io 26 (||Bte> T(il>). c. oft. wound 1 K 22 s5 2 K8 29 9 ,5 = 2 Ch22 6 (rd.'erqp), Zc 1 3 6 (^pT J'3) ; symbol, of violence Je 6 7 ( + ^pn) ; nno nap^ nnani psb is 1 6 (of Judah, under fig. of maltreated man), cf. Mi 1 9 (nSW >! '0) ( 133

-i3: Na 3 19 (IP??'; of Nineveh), esp. in Je (of Judah) : Je io 19 14 17 30 12 (all + nbnj severe; ~™?), 15 18 (nam, 'D) t l9 * 4? i7 jgw as acc> cogn 30 h c. vb. NST heal v 17 ; also "0 JTIO Is 30 26 (||"OB'); of wounds made by '<' s arrows ^64". 2. = daughter 1 S4 10 14 30 , usu. as ace. cogn. c. n3njosio 20 iS6 19 i4 14 io 8 23 5 iK2o 21 2Chi3 17 . 3. = defeat, as ace. cogn. c. nsn Jos io 10 n 33 15 9 2 Ch28*; = conquest (of '<) Is 14 8 . 4. plague, esp. disease, as punishment (of '<),

S4 8 Dt28 MMM (||^n), v 81 (||^.), 2 9 21 (||irs6nfi), 

Lv 26 21 (H), as ace. cogn. Nu 1 1 33 . — ni3D 2 Ch 2 9 rd. nbbD (v. b«) as || 1 K s 25 , so ® 93 Be Ot andTh 1 * 6 ' 25 . tiD2, n32 n.pr.m. Necho (II), king of Egypt (Egypt. Nkw, i.e. (Steindorff 8 * 81 - 346 ') Nekawo; As. Niku Id.'"- Schr C0T2 K »■ 29 is grand- father of Bibl. Necho);— contemp. of Josiah andNebuchad. [b.c. 611-605]: 133 2 Ch 35 20 (© -Papaa, Nf X aa>), Mbj 2 Ch 35" 3 6 4 ' (® <t>ap aa> N^ao)); to3 njnt j e 46 s , nb3 njria 2 K 2 3 2933 - 34 - 36 (all © id.). . JwJ n-pr.m. v. sub [13, and v. J'TS. )"7DJ (-/of foil.: prob. be in front of; Lag BN30 cp.Ar. IXj marry (perh. orig.inphys. sense); Syr. u~aj is gentle, |l'iLaj gentleness). Tnp3 subst. front, always in prep, or adv. phrases, with sf. in33 EX14 2 EZ46 9 :— 1. as adv. ace. in front of, opposite to, Ex 1 4 2 il"l33 ynn ; 2 6 M the candlestick jnj'B'ri 1133, 40 24 , Jos 18 17 (in the || 15 7 , ^> ri33 : v . } 5 c), 1 K 20 29 nfcj rob nW on*}, 2 2 K (= 2 Ch 18 34 ), Est 5"; Ez 4 6 9 Qr XV iVl33 *? shall go out m^rowi o/ himself, i.e. straightforward; cf. V133, 133 1 a (6). Fig. Pr 5 21 b^k »3-y! '• »yj n33 9 fe& «<,«< of V B eyes are, etc., Ju 18 6 D33"n i n?3 6«/ore 'i is your way, i.e. under his eye and favourable regard. In the phr. )B n33, J e 1 >j™ insE> SSto njn T? s n?3 was o«/ore thy face, La 2 19 ' Ez 14 3 t3!T3B n33 CflJ D3ij| i>ie»3J? (i.e. they contemplate it with pleasure), v 4 - 7 . 2. combined with preps.:— a. rob - ^, NU19 4 few *» 'J-^W m lyiD and sprinkle it towards the front of, etc. b. I"l33p : (a) as adv. Pr 4 25 io'D.' '3^ "j^y let thine eyes look to tine front or )•?</«< on (|lTBJJ3J)l ^J «P^j (6) as prep. Gn 30 38 fxsn njjji in front of the flocks, 25 21 faB'N nzjib . . . "injn in front of, i.e. ore eerta?/ o/(cf.^ro), his wife ; (c) nsbny, j u i 9 *ra: 'j-ny »t5*j a * /ar a* in front of Jebus, 20 43 Ez 47 20 (i> n33"iy). S yn . , q-v. T[n33] adj. and subst. straight, right, straightness, f. nribJ, pi. D'ffo Di-; — Is 57 s inb3 -]bh he that waiks in (cf. '33" 50 10 ) his straightness (Ges 'der seinen geraden Weg geht'), fig. for straightforwardly (cf. Pi^ 25 ); nn33 w / ia < is straiglU in front, fig. straight- forwardness, honesty, Am 3 10 '3 niby tyT *6, Is 59 14 mb &9W1 (6tu (linos); 2S ! i 5 3^n3T D*nb3} D'3io thy pleadings are good and right (i.e. irue), Pr 8 9 (of words of Wisdom) D<nb3 0^3 p3B? i. e. they lead straight to the right goal (||d'-ib*; comp. v 8b B»ipjsn bnpi nna px), 2 4 26 D'nb3. Dn:n 3^5 i. e . either corra^eading to the right point), or honest answers ; Is 30 10 ninrw vb ^nntib true things' (opp. nipbn, ni?nnp illusions), 26 10 b>$ D'lnbJ p«3 in a land of rectitude (Che) he will do wickedly. t [73 J] vb. be crafty, deceitful, knavish (As. nakdlu, be crafty, cunning; X i>33 be crafty, Pa. deceive; Syr."^aj deceive, plot; cf. perh. wi?A act faithlessly, (DllA faithless, Pra AmhT. spr. «>) ; _ Qal p L ^ Mal , ,4 ^^ p i# iy. 3 mpl. c. ace. cogn. 02b ^33 ne*K Dn^33 Nu 25 18 their wiles with which they beguiled you. Hithp. Impf. "mvirb ink ^|3n>l Gn 37 18 they knavisfdy planned against him (Ko m 9 ), etc. ; Inf. cstr. 3 733nn5> ^10^ to deal knavishly with. I L^32] n.[m.] wiliness, craft, knavery; — only pi. sf. D«J7a? Nu 25 18 <Aet'r cra/«, their wile (as ace. cogn. c. P33). t ,, 7 ,, 3, ^73 n.M. knave (for 'b'33 v . Kb "■'• 118 );— abs. ^3 Is 3 2 5 (opp. yiC?, ||i>33); ^3 v 7 (assonance with lvS, f r . P3 q.v.). t[D33] n.m. Josa8 only pi. D'D33 riohes, treasures (prob. As. or Aram, loan-word, cf. As. nik&su, property, wealth, gain, Dl HWB< « 3 i Syr. Liiu wealth; on deriv. fr. As. nikdsu, cut off, hew down, behead, etc., Syr. jxiki slay, % D33, NH D33 id., through meaning cattle for slaughter, cf. Fra 98 Hpt Hbr - '" < 3la - 1887 107 "■ Sch wally id.ot.23ot Brock* 4 "*■);— Jos 22 8 (P), 2 Chi 11 " Ec 6 2 (all llfy, ni33), 5> 8 (ll-i^V). tl- [""1?^] v^»- (not Qal) regard, recognize (NH Hiph. know, be acquainted with; X Aph. man

■H33 id.; Syr. Aph. J>(id.; cf. also Ar.jXj in sense be shrewd, cunning); — Niph. Pf. 3 mpl. K7

  • "I33 La 4 8 they are not recognized. Pi. Pf.

^PJ?!> ^ ">» *& Jb 34 19 he regardeth not the opulent above, the poor (||D^ V.& X '?T^); 7m/)/. , " , 3?'P *W Jb 2 1 29 do i/e not recognize their tokens. * Hiph. Pf. Tan Dt 33* Dn 1 1 39 Kt; sf. vvan G1127 23 ; 3 pi. wan j U i8 3 +2 t., sf. inTsn Jb 2 13 , rtVfn Gn 42 s ; Impf.^T Dt 2I 17 + 3 t. + Dn 1 i 39 Qr ; 1?»! Gn 38 26 + ; sf. VT2EJ 1K18', «t 3 - Jb 7 10 , «?*!! Gn 37 s3 , etc.; Zww. ~>3p Gn 31 32 + 2 t.; /«/. abs.^r} (Ginsb van d. H.-i|p)p r 24 23 28 21 ; cs*r. sf.VT?n Ru 2 10 ; Pt. T3D f 142 5 , sf. TYW Ru 2 19 , etc.;— 1. regard, observe, esp. with a view to recognition, c. obj. cl., Gn 3 1 32 37 32 38 25 ; pay attention to, c. ace. pers. Ru 2 1019 ; ace. rei (of God) Jb 34 s5 ; ace. rei om. 2 S 3 s6 ; '1 subj. n3to!> . . . "V3K J3 J e 24 s so wfl'ZZ / regard the exiles . . ./or oyjooJ; Antiochus subj. Dn 11 39 ; D'OS "V3H pay regard to (shew partial ity, = 'B »jfc f^J)Dt I 17 1 6 19 (|| BBE>0 nan), Pr2 4 23 28 21 . . Recognize (as formerly known) c. ace. pers. vel rei, Gn 27* 37 s3 3 8 26 (all J), 4 2 7 - 8 ' 8 (E), 1K18 7 20 41 Jb2 12 ; proverb. BNj T?: 0^3 "•Sn.TIX Ru 3" before a man could recognize his fellow (i.e. before dawn); recognize voice (-^p), Jui8 3 1 S 26 17 ; = 2>erceive the true situation, ri ?. ! ! , 1 TI'SIKJ Ne 6 12 and I perceived, and lot God had not sent him. . Be willing to recognize, acknowledge Dt2i 17 33 9 Is63 16 (||yT), ^i 4 2 6 ; acknowledge with honour Is 61 9 . . Be acquainted with, it>ip» ifa tfyg $ Jb 7 10 his place shall be acquainted with him no more (he shall be gone and forgotten), cf . ty 1 03 16 ; c. ace. rei Jb 24 17 . . Distinguish,understand,7v? • . .Pip "V3H Ezr 3 13 could not distinguish, etc. ; cf. Jb 4 16 could not distinguish its appearance; "131? "VipPI Ne 1 3 2 * understand how <o speak, etc. Hithp. imp/ .-IJ73-133JV P r 2 o" by his deeds a youth maketh himself known, whether his doing be pure, etc. 'D"'"]?L'] n -£ !ook (or expression?); — cstr. DrWB nian I 8 3 » a 7, 00 £ a j their face witnesses against them (93 Che Con " n - al.), or the expression of their face (Ges 00 ™- De Gu SS, cf. Kit-Di), > ttteir regarding of persons <S X Thes Hi Du Che Hi "(v. against tbisKit-Di); EwDi the impu- dence of their face (■/"On), but this very dub. T ["IS??] n.m. acquaintance, friend (dub., cf.Benz"" 00 );— sf.ii3P2K 12 8 ; pi. sf. nanao v 8 . II. "ID J (-/of foil., poss.= I. "i, whence the foreign, strange, as that which is intently regarded, so Thes, but precarious ; cf. As. nakdru, rebel, Pa. change, nakiru, and nakaru, enemy, nukurtu, enmity, etc.; At. J^S in sense be bad, evil; 11. change, alter a thing ; Sab. naj 11. reject, injure, etc., m33 injury Sab Denkm " 6 CIS iv.8i. 9i 29.5. JBa-ga aZ<erHom 3M ' n " > - Ch ™ rtl2B ; Syr. jfij reject, U£acu alienus, etc.; 3! lay strange, foreign). T133, [^?3] n.[xn.] misfortune, calam- ity ;— abs. 133 Jb 31 3 calamity (|| TK) ; sf. ^33 Ob 12 Ats calamity. T"Op n.[m.] that which is foreign, foreignness (on format, cf. Lag 8 " 51 ' 154 ); — abs. '} Ju io i6 -t, cstr. ~~0). Dt 31 16 ; — foreignness (of another family, tribe, or nation), esp. 1. wN -(n)=foreign gods Gn 35 s - 4 Jos 24 2023 (all % = Dnns 's of D, cf. inN), j u I0 ,s 1 S 7' Je 5 19 2CI133*; n? n_n3 ?. ' K Dt3i 16 =/omom <70<fe o/<Ae land; sg."0?. ^ Dt 32 12 Mai 2 11 ^81'°; '3 n^K Dm i 39 . 2. "ia?.( n Hl = foreigner Gn i7' 2 (|| ^y-i?» «6), v 27 Ex T i2 43 (all P), Lv 22 s6 (H), Ez 44 9 - 9 ' Ne 9 2 Is 56 s ; '3(H) *J| 2 S 22 4S «  =f 18 4546 , Ez 44 7 Is 56 6 60 10 61 5 6 2 8 ^ 144 711 . 3. other com bin. : '3 van J eW foreign vanities (idolatries); '3n mrnjD 2 Ch 14 2 foreign altars; '3 nDlS Vi37 4 MJ« 8OT '^' '^l? Nei3 30 from everything foreign. t^")33 adj. foreign, alien (NH ^33 = Gentile)]—'! abs. m. Zp i 8 + ; f. nnaj Ex 2 22 + ; mpl. D^aj Is2 6 +2t. + Pr20 16 Kt(>Qr nnaj), + 27 13 (so read for MT nflM); fpl. ninaj Gn 3i 15 +;— 1. a. foreign: naj Dy Ex2i 8 (E) a foreign (non-Isr.) people, '3 C^K Dt 17 15 (|| *& ^ns); '3 B»o|>p Zpi 8 ; nnaj p.K Ex 2 s2 (J) /ore^n ?awd," so 18 3 (E) ; 'esp. hi>n33 D^3 foreign (non-Isr.) women I K 1 1 18 Ezr io 210 "- i4.i7.i8.44 jj e j 3 26.2i_ j, # as gu b s t. HM foreigner (non-Isr.) Ju 19 12 (+V^ y. 31 ? * T»?)> 1 K 8 41 ( + 1«?S9 ^ f^J), = 2 Ch 6 32 ( + id.), 1 K 8 43 = 2 Ch 6 83 , Dt M^'dl ">!!), 15 3 23 !1 (opp. 1 ,n ?), 29 21 ( + np T im. fjfil N3; n0{); as predicate, 2 S I5 19 (|| n^j, njnaj R u 2 10 ; pi. O'-pi foreigners La 5 2 (|| ant), Ob" (|| wT.); cf. D^a? »^ Is 2"; fpl. aZiew women Gn 31 16 (E ; i.e. not of one's 133 father's family). 2. n»133 f weign w(yma ^ as term, techn., in Pr, for harlot (perh. because harlots were orig. chiefly foreigners): Prz 16 (II TJJ r*f*U 7 5 (ll id.), 5 »(|| rnj), 6 « (II m nsta unknown,unfamiliar : On^J?? 'JTVl n33 Jb iq" an often am / oecowie m </Wr eye/- »BK 'jajj '3 ♦ VdWVSB ' 3 ** Ec6 V ; of'v s judgment, W-pj? Pinaj I S 28 2. ^ f> ^

  • »*/ 01 **?>!); «rJ?J f?J Jea" an «!««,

mm (opp. nCN rjj), fi g . f degenerate Israel; as subst., nnaj p r 20 ie Kt ( > Q r n»i33) aftms, persons unknown to him (II it), so'read also (for MT (V133) || a f» T [~Oj] vb.denom. act or treat as foreign, or strange; disguise, misconstrue; — Nipt' Impf. 133* Pr26 « with hig Hps a ^^ dig _ guiseth himself (dissembles, speaks what is foreign to his thought). Pi. Pf 133 x g 2 »; but v. infr.; / TO; ,/. nj^jj Je I0 « an ^ y ^ ft-eofed this place as foreign (profane); 1133; ,n ^ Dt 32 57 lest their adversaries should mis- construe (it).— HJ3 'N ^X 133 ! S 23' God hath alienated him into my hand, but improbable; © "«9 (cf. Ju 4 9 ) hath sold him, so Th Klo HPS (cf.We); <13D ( as I s I0 4) KrochmDr; Kit either of these; >13DBu; Lbhr either 13D or 1?P. Hithp. Impf D.T.fo 133JV1 Gn 4 2 7 A«  acted as a stranger toward them; Pt. f. ni33nn 1 K n™ feign to be a stranger-woman. TLrO:] n.[f.] treasure (so context demands) (®L 2 K 20" rf) r Wipfrw, c f. ©£; der. uncertain; Dl™»> C p. As. M '< Wa >fca7n«], whence '3 '3 • perh. borrowed; this favoured by No ZM0 *> asss;. ?si jj (.zaii.266 (readingna/Waft=rea/iama^;andHeb.Vrii33'3 or ini3J '3))._Only sf. ,lh33 TT3 = ^ <reamre . house 2 K 2o 13 =Is 39 2 . nTJ doubtful y (Ar. j^, ju „ 00l!at - mi

  •  ! 1 . J4j w^a< one ofaams by another's

bounty.. Lane *">) ;— for supposed Hiph. Inf. sf. TPjB L3 33' = ^3,13 (Ki Ges L « b - 8 ? Kb 1 - 6 "), read ^33 (Pi.I n f. f fa . 80 R a C a ppGes The » Ew Kn Che Brd Di Du), cf. || ^Ofin?. U^^O] ».[».]' gain, acquisitions- Only sf. dJ>31? n^ n ?: n^ Jb Ig » (si vera L j their acquisition, but very dub.; Di (formerly) Bi&, Hi D^D eors, cf. Bu; other conj. v. trmsi in Di ; Du thinks hopelessly corrupt.—® <r«aV [i.e. D?JTJ, @ their word [Dnfeo]. HJ3S0 iSi5 9 v.nj3Kiph. TtWEJ n.pr.m. (cf. Gray Proi,N - 30T ); l. son of Simeon Nu 26 12 1 Ch 4" (=i>K»» q v Gn 4 6» Ex 6"), ® NaF o„X. 2. a Reubenite (brother of Dathan and Abiram) Nu 26*, ® id. tvNiaS adj.gent. of 1 supr., only c. art. 1Q as n.coll. Nu 26 12 , ® Na^o«,X«. a J (-/of following, meaning unknown). trOffil n.f.nnit. (Lag™ 81 ) ant (NH id.; Ar. Hi; (nom. unit, of j£j) ; Syr. ILL);— abs. '3 Pr 6 6 ; pi. D'blMn 30 25 . "lO J (•/of foil., meaning dub.; poss. cp. As. namorw, *Ame, o7earo (fr. glossy coat of panther and leopard), [v. Ar.J^l pardus, and limpidus, purus (of water; cf. infr. nntM)] so Horn N82M S- ag. this Nii **°«am>. 736 Schwally™ '- 12 '; 1?j is comm. Sem.: As. nimru D1 HWB468 - Ar! J*I,^5 Lane 2853 ; Eth. i<TCi Syr. J-jaJ, $ N1D3 • NH 103). tlQ2 n-m. 1 '". Meopard;— abs. ') Ho 13' + 3 t.; pi. Dn»3 Hb i 8 Ct ^-leopard, as spotted Jexs 23 , swift Hb i 8 , keen-eyed Je 5 6 (symb. of calamities of Isr.), so Ho 13' (sim of ); TIL *TW ' 3 Is n 6 (predict.); mn CIOJ Ct 4 8 (IjninK niajjjp).

  • rn?M n.pr.loc. place E. of Jordan Nu 3 2 3

® L Ma^par. P er h. = Tel Nimrin, c. 6 m. E. of Jordan, nearly opp. Jericho, cf. Buhl 080 ^ 264 — Cf. '3 TVS (q. v.), also in NH (cf. H103 n.pr.m' Sinait Inscr. SACook 8 ' Lzb 323 ; meaning dub. : N5ZMGM " <lm437 thinks from spotted or striped appearance of ground; place of leopard also Gray***-" ( on tribal names from leopard v.RS 20, alsoSabn.pr.niD3NLevv-Os lc - etci- "Wp Held. 2, 82 i.1- 1 , , r J > C ^V, w e thinks of clear water [cf. foil.]). TD'np] n.pr.loc. in Moab (cf. Sab. J1D3 attrib. of Bark m , DHM ZHG "' , " 1 875),692 y a j QJg IV. No. 103, p. 109. * T *r- 17 ' j^r^ *U wholesome water Lane 2853 , also We 1 ");— only Dnes <g I sl g6 Je 48"; prob. = Brjwanapnn Lag°" om - m - !e i n Wady Kum&re at SE. end of Dead Sea Buhl " 08 ' 272 . ' TttM

T» tl^Pp, THE? n.pr.m. Nimrod (etym. and meaning wholly unknown ; Thes (dub.) sub "PD rebel (of which Hebr. may have thought [cf. Lag"" 06 ]); in fact prob. Bab. name; l. = a god eg. Marduk We Con ' p ' B<!1 ' <2),308f ' : N ' mrod ' K ° crc, ' Brlt ' (9),irU.Sll J{gSem.l.91n.;2d«l.92. H om p SBA IV (1893), 191-300 prop. Narddu = * Namra-uddu, a star-god. 2 . < name of Bab. king or prince : Nu-marad = ' Man of Marad ' cf. Dl 1 * 220 De Gnl0 - 8II8S7] ; more plausibly = Nazi-maraddash (maratlash, muru- das) jjDt And0 " >rB ° Tjul, ' I884,93f Dl K(1884, Sav A " 1 ™" FebI6 ' S.A^d.lUr.2.1895 ( cf Qjgib. M«. »_ j_ e a Kashite kg., B.C. 1378, but dub., cf. Hpt BA9ia889, ' 183 J Jeremias Ildutar - N,mroi ' 189J ' lff );— son of «*» (q.v.), hero and hunter Gn io 89 (J ; kg. in Babylonia, builder of Nineveh, etc. v ,or ), TVlDJ i Ch i 10 ; nit?? jns Mi 5 5 (jp^K H?) ; ® N«ft»fc t^ttJT23 n.pr.m. grandfather of Jehu 2 K 9 !.u. ' 3 -'|3 wn; 1K19 16 2K9 20 2C1)2 2 7 ; © Na/i€(r<3«, Nu/ie(r(cr)fi. D2 V. DD3. PQD3 v. 33D. T • : rD2 v. n'sw. t : t[HDJ]vb. Pi. test, try (NH id., Pi.; X Pa. *??J Syr. Pa. ~£u ; cf. Eth. ffolrt-t: temptation); — Pi. Pf. 3 ms. nDJ Dt4 M + 3 t.; sf. V1B3 Ex 1 5 s6 ; 3 fs. nriD3 Dt 28 66 ; 1 s. »JTPBJ Ec 7 23 , + 4t. Pf.; 7«ip/. 3 ms. sf. DEO* Dm 14 ; 1 s. HEOS Ju6 39 ; sf. J13B3K Ec2 2 ; 3 mpl. W* Nu 14 22 ;" 2 mpl. pe?n ' Ex 1 7 2 , + 7 t. Impf.; Imv. 0: Dm 12 ; sf. •Sffj V26 2 ; Zra/. c«<r. niD3 Ex2O 20 , + 8t. Inf.; Pt. nD3D Dt 13 4 ;— 1. test, try (syn. fro), abs. 1S17 39 (a sword); c. a Ju 7 M Ec 2 1 ; c. ace. Dn i 1214 ; acc. + 3 1 K io 1 = 2 Ch 9 1 , Ec 7 23 . 2. attempt, assay, try to do a thing, c. Inf. Dt 4 s4 28 56 ; c. ace. Jb 4' (venture a word). 3. test, try, prove, tempt [but not in modern sense of the word : v. Dr w«.i«i++«3,«3j a Q i tests or proves Ahr. Gn 22' (E), Isr. Ex 15 25 20 20 (E), 16 4 (J), Dt8 216 'S*; c 3Ju2 22 3 14 ; tribe ofLevi Dt 3 3 8 (poem); Hezekiah 2Ch32 sl ; psalmist V' 26 2 . b. Isr. tests, or tries God : Ex 1 7" Nu 1 4 s2 (J), Dt 6 16 f 7 8«-"» 95 9 106 14 ; so Ahaz, Is 7 12 . •f 11. HDD n.f. test, trial, proving; — 'D

  • 95 8 ; cstr. riDD Jb 9 23 ; pi. nBD Dt 4 M 7 19 ,

n^DD Dt 29 s ; — testings or provings of Pharaoh and Egyptians at Exodus, Dt4 34 (v. Dr), 7 19 29 s (||nhk); — test, trial, of innocent person Jb 9 s * ace. to Hi al., but v. 1. HDD sub DDD. •(■in. HDO n.pr.loc. where Israel tried '* in the wilderness, Ex 17 7 (JE), Dt 6 16 9 s2 + 95 s (all @ (o) iriipaapos), where Levi was tested Dt 33 8 (® irdpa). t[npJ] vb. pull or tear away (NH ntO, % np3 both remove; As. nasdhu = BH, so OAram. nBJ Cook 82 Lzb 323 ; Ar. eT annul, supersede, change by substitution, copy ; cf. As. nishu, nushu, extract, excerpt Dl^ 84 ' 2 Meissn za womw. 367. Njj nnw, Nab. nnw id., also Aram.NnD13(whenceAr.lLli)Hoffm 2 » Gmll - 7 « > cf. Fra 251 ; Syr. wm> copy); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. " l"ID? 04*11 1V3 Pr 1 5 s5 i/te Aowse o/" proud men will '» tear douw; ^HND ^ni^l ^, 5 2 7 yea, Tie ["] shall tear thee away, without a tent; 3 mpl. [J? V1B) Pr 2 s2 transgressors shall (men) tear away from the land (rd. perh. VIOjK «7iaW 6e torn away; 11*1?.$; cf. Q«» »*»»•* Da** » mb ). Niph. P/. 2 mpl. consec. ™?™7 ?!9 D"?? 3 } Dt 28 s3 and ye sAaZZ 6e torn away from off the land. HDft 2 K 1 1 6 , v. p. 587 a supr. ■fl. "!TD^ vb. pour out (NH id., pour, cast (metals, Pi. make libation; Ph. "]DJ cast gold or iron Lzb 323t ; X =]?? ma&e libation; Syr. Ju jjow om<; Ar. isl!3, orig. be-pour, water Nb zmqxii (leer), 719 (mre), usu. worship Lane 3032 (cf. JJg Sem. 1. 213; 2d ed. 229^ J_ e ^, 0Mr 0M< fclood f victim, pour out wine We H « ld - 2 ' >"."».'«;— Qal P/. 3 ms. 'HPJ Is 29 10 40"; DJ 44 10 ; J'»P/- 3 nipt OBJ Ho 9 4 ; 2 ms. OW? Ex 30 9 ; 7w/ ^bj? Is 30 1 ; Pt.pass. f. '"I31D3 25 7 ; — 1. ^owr out, c. ^J? (the spirit of deep sleep) Is 29 10 . 2. pour out libations, c. ace. "!Oi Ex 30 9 (P) ; H3DD Is 30 1 ; f*! Ho 9 4 . 3. cast metal images, c. ace. boB Is 4 o' 9 44 10 . Piel Impf. "i®?. 1 Chi i 18 pour out as libation, c. ace. Dtf+miT^ (=2 S 23 16 Hiph.). Hipb. Pf. 3 mpl. ttDn Je32 39 ; Impf 3 ms. 195 Gn35 14 +2 t.; 1 s. T D « ^ 16 4 ; 3 mp 1 - WEn Ez 20 28 ; /rati. sJDn Nu 28 7 ; Inf. abs. TBH Je 44"; WJ Je 7 18 + 3 t.; c*«r. "^©0^ Je 44 19.25 (Kci 1 - 309 ); — pour om< libations, c. ace. ?1D3 Gn 35 14 (E), 2 K 16 13 Nu 28 7 (P), D!P 2 S 23 16 mrr£; elsewhere, D^DJ to other gods Je 7 18 19" 32 19 44 "-w-J»-"-« Ez 20 28 V' 16 4 . Eopb. Impf. 3 ms. T]B' be poured out, Ex 2 5 M 37 16 > °f no ^y wine, c. 3 of vessels. ■jra 651 TiyD3 n.m.drink-oflfering; — abs. '3 Gn35 14 + 6t.; ^WEx 29 4 °3o 9 Ez 45 17 ; *|D3 NU4 7 Jo i' 3 ; cstr. ^M Nu 28 7 ; sf. Vfifi Is 48 s , etc.; pi. D^DJ Je7 18 + 9 1.; sf. n^W Nu 29 31 , D^SD? v 39 , etc.; — 1. drink-offering, c. 75? (on Jacob's H3SD at Bethel) Gn 35 14 (E); elsewhere in worship of only P and related doc; once of vessels of holy table ?JPjri nVcp Nu 4'; elsewh. in classi- fications Lv 23 s7 Nu 29 s9 , usu. offered with the nbv Ex 29 40 Lv23 1318 Nu i 5 *- 7 -i°-« 2 8 7H " 29 18 - 21 - 2j.27.3o.33.37 e Tenn n^y 2 8 9 ' 1015 ' 24 2g 6 - 1U6 - 19 - 22 - 26 ' 28.3i.34.38. -^ n ^ Ex 29" Nu 28"; but sts. also with (D , oi>e>) rat 6 1S - 17 15 1510 ; usu. + nmp; elsewhere only 1 Ch 29 s1 2 Ch 29^ EZ45 17 ; i"irt3p '31 Jo i 913 2". Offered to other gods 2 K i6 1316 Is 57 6 Je 7 18 19 13 32 M 44 "-w-»-«>-* Ez 20 28 + 16 4 . 2. molten images, Is 41 29 48* Je 10" 51 17 . — Combinations are: '3 "HPJ , '3 TW (see vb.); f 1. [^02] n.m. 1. libation; 2. molten image; — 1. sf. D?'?? IV. wine of their drink- offering Dt 32 s8 . 2. molten image, sf. DfJ'? 1 ?? Dm i 8 .

1. PT3BQ n.f. 1. molten metal, or image; 
T •■ _ 

. libation; — 'o Ex 32 4 + ; cstr.J"OpP Is 30 22 ; pi. ni3DD 1 K i 4 9 +; sf. DnbDD Nu 33 52 ;— I. libation, with covenant sacrif. in making covenant Is 30 1 (=1. TJD3 j see, however, sub II. [=]D3]). 2. molten metal, or image : ?3}) H3BO molten calf EX32 48 Dt9 16 Ne 9 18 , cf. ^106"; H3DP , n'?KTOote)i5fO(ZsEx34 17 Lvi9 4 ; 'd lob* Nu33 52 ; nappi ^ds Dt27 15 Jui7 3 - 4 18 14 Na 1 14 2 Ch 34 34 , elsewh. (variously) Dt 9 12 d: Jui8 1718 1K14 9 2K17 16 2CI128 2 Is 3 o 22 42 17 Hoi 3 2 Hb2 18 . f II. [TfD J] vb. weave (Ar. 1U has same- meaning) ; — Qal Pt.pass.L fl^D? L325 7 ; perh. also Inf. cstr. ?]D3p 30 1 ; on both v. foil. ■f 11. H3DD n.f. woven stuff, web, esp. as covering; — abs."75? na^DSri 'en IS25 7 the web tliAXt is woven over all the nations (i. e. mourn- ing-veil, symb. of distress; || BW Di?n); = bed- covering 28 20 (in fig.). Perhaps also "O ?p3p 30 1 weave a web (|| HSJJ TWVb), ref. to negotia- tions with Egypt (so 23 Aq Ew De Che Di ; > ® Ges Hi Kn Brd Du pour a libation ; 'o not elsewhere='nD3). loom Jui6 1314 I [n^p^j n.f. web of unfinished stuff, on (v. GFM FAOfl ' o"- 188 ».«"<"") ;— only abs. rODD -1DO, H3DP v . -p D . f III. ["Hp^l vb. set, install (As. nasdku, id., whence nasiku, prince, D1 HWB472 ; v. also Muss-Arnolt Hbr " s, - B17 and reff.) ;— QalPf. 1 s. |^jH>S ^bo <n3D3 f 2 6 / have installed my king upon Zion. ZTiph. Pf 1 s. ^PB? Pr 8 s3 I was installed (of Wisdom). fii. ["SpDS] n.m. prince; — pi. cstr. "O'W Jos 13 21 Ez 32 30 Mi 5 4 ; sf. toDJ ^ 83 12 . TOD2 v. |DO. f I [DD 2] vb. be sick (?'; cf. Syr. uaj id., and esp. ."».™i debilis, infirmus, aegrotans, etc., PS 2387 ; IE DD3 6« sad; As. nasdsu, wail, lament Dl HWB4 ' 2 ; Ar. ^.J is go at a gentle pace) ; — only Qal Pt. act. (si vera 1.) DD3 Dbp| Is 1 o 18 like the wasting away of a sick man (so ThesEwDeCheDiDu). II. UU2 (v of fol.=behigh or conspicuous? Hithpo'l. Inf. DDMrin? yjr 60 6 , ace. to some denom. from D3 that it may be displayed, AV, cf. De ; < v. DM J Pt. niDDMJTO Zc 9 16 raised ? prominent ? (^np"lK"7JJ ; of precious stones, in fig.) very dub.; We Now del.; Gr nijKMnp). TDj n.[m.] standard, ensign, signal, sign (NH id., flag, usu. sign, i.e. miracle; X 0), NB3 sign, miracle); — '} abs. Nu 2i 8 + ; cstr. Is n 10 ; sf. 'DJ Ex 17 15 Is 49 22 ; — 1. a. standard, as rallying-point, 'S3 '* Ex 1 7 15 (E), '1 my standard (name of altar); conspicuously set on hill Is 30" (sim. of solitariness; || "»nn thfrfy fjh) ; signal of war [v. Schumacher ZPVll!SI! - AcroMU '«  jord«,, m f.j ^ egp to the nat i ong> f or destruction or deliverance of Judah, Is Je), D?is£ '3 NB>3 Is 5 28 1 1 ,2 cf. 1 8 3 (on mts., || "IfW ygn) ; nnsjHijK '3 tfyf 49 22 (iri; 0>Srb» N^K),— in all these subj. V cf. D'PV D3.b npy Is 10 11 (of Mess, kg.); '3 1K'E> 1 3= (on mt.), Je 50 2 5 1 12 (c.'b« against), v 27 (|| D^i2? is'iB' vp5), D'pr^y '3 »nn i s 62 10 , cf. Je4 21 (|| "l?it5> bSp); DpMrjnb '3 . . . HKnj yj, 6 «  <Aom /tas< ««< a standard (only) for fleeing, b. signal, HJl'S '3 IKS' Je 4" (i.e. to direct refugees to Zion). 2. standard, as pole, supporting serpent of bronze Nu 2 i S9 (JE). 3. a. ensign, signal, D3.b i£ nVrib ^ensp n;n D^ispp . . . vv Ez 27' byssusfrom Egypt was thy sail, to serve VD1

nw thee for an ensign (so DaToy ; on lack of pennon on ancient ships v. Co ; > del. Co Berthol) ; so b. (since sails were the only ensign) xlH Is 33 s * (Che Di al. ; > pennon Ges Hi Ew De Du). 4. sign (cf. NE.)=warning Nu 26 10 (P). I. VV 2 vb. pull out or up, set out, - T 147 journey (SH id., move, march; As. nisA, set out, withdraw, etc. D1 HWB47 °; No ZMQ xl <1886,> 723 cp. also Ar. cjJ, Eth. }"H0: [rare] ^)mK up, away, soBa KSS1 ); — Qal m />/. 3 ms. '} Gn 33 17 +, 3 mpl. WpJ Dt io 6 , WD3 Nu 2 34 + , etc.; /wip/. J»R Is 33", SHU Gn*i2 9 +, sf. Dg|*I Ju 16 3 ; 3 mpl. WD) Ex40 36 +, WB? Nu 2 9 + ; 2 mpl. lypn Jos 3 3 ; 1 pi. njJCO cohort. Gn 33 12 , »§H Dt I 19 2', nyp31 Ezr 8 31 ,' etc.; 7wm>. WD Dt 2 24 + ; /»*/. o6*. yfo Gn I2»; cs<r. 5?D3 Jos 3" + ; sf. WW Gn 11 2 Nu io 34 ; Pi. 3?pj Exi 4 10 Nuio 33 ; pi. D'ypi Nu io 29 ; — 1. £>ttW out ovuj), city-gate and gate-posts Ju 16 3 ; loom v 14 (on text cf. GFM), tent-pegs Is 33 20 (fig. of Jerusalem; cf. also Niph.l 2. hence (from pulling up tent-pegs), a. set out Gn 35 s Nu 1 2 15 (both E), Je4 7 (|| toipBl? K|J); even of lifeless things, e.g. the ark', fhjMl Nuio^JE); oft. in P: Ex 14 15 40 37 Nu i 61 4 515 9 17 + 8 t. Nu 9, io"- 17 -"- !1 - 22!5 , so prob. also 2 8 + 6 t. Nu 2 (v. infr.; even of lifeless things, bn io 1822 , fP^D i 51 , 1J?iD ty* "). 33 3 5 ^t 1 - • • ' *W Gn 4 6 ' ( E ) anrf Isr - * e< out, and came, etc., Ex 16 1 19 2 Nu 20 22 Jos 9 17 (all P),Dt i 7 ,^2) "Vp? 33 12 (J); f^S . . .) WD) Ju 18 11 , VQjn WD Dt 2 24 ; 'J oft. e. I? Gn 35 16 (E), Nu io 34 (JE), t$ VtfXftQ '3 Jos 3 14 (JE), set out from their tents, to cross, etc., cf. 'j n?^ • • • i» Ezr 8 31 ; c. JO + K31, Jos 3 1 (JE), Nu 33 9 (P), +fy v 3 (D), Dt i 19 , +?q& Nu

8 (P) I + *fa + y -H-l Nu 33 7 (P). b. depart, 

c. J? Gn 3 7 17 (J), 2K3 27 i9 M «=Is37 8 - w ; even of Ijyn "Ifey Ex i 4 19 (J); of angel v 19 (E; +^.1). 3. journey, march (by stages) Gn 1 2 9 35 21 (both J), Nu io 131428 (P), (poss. also Nu 2 9 etc., cf. 2 supr.); -t-DiTyppp ace. to their stations, i.e. by stages Ex 1 7 1 Nuio 12 ( + ?P), cf. Ex 40 36 (all P) ; 6q.nloc.Gni2 9 33 ,7 (bothJ),Dti 40 2 1 ; D^> W? nanen Nu 14 25 (JE); sq. D*jpp eastward (v. ft? 1. c) Gn 11 2 13" (both J), *VJ¥ Ex 14 10 (J), ^K Nu io 29 , 'Jb{> v 33 (of ark ; all J) ; sq. I? + n loc. Gn2o'(E), Dtio«- 7 Exi2 37 (P), + ace. loc. Nu ii*(JE); sq. iP + acc. of distance, TH io 33 (JE), 2i 4 (P); esp. «n>l . . . ft? W£J Nu 2i 1S13 (JE), Ex^Nu 21" 33 6 + 37 t. Nu 3 3(all P); of shepherds Jesi 24 .— |J& ,D3 WDJ Zc io 2 is dub.; "We WJ or V)i), so Now. 4. of wind, nXD rni 'J Nun 31 iAere ««< /ort/t (sprang up) a wind from '», I TTiph. /y. 6« pulled up, removed: 3 ms. fi bnba <3o n^jj) yp? n"n is 38 12 ; of tent-peg ypj s6n Jb 4 21 (reading D"T) for 0^, v. 11. "W). tHipb. /»./>/. 3 ms. yp! V 78 26 , yp!l Ex 15^+2 t.; 2 ms. rpn ^ 80 9 , 3 fs. Tpn 2 K 4 4 ; 3 mpl. Wfe 1K5 31 ; P<. JTPP Ecio 9 ; — 1. cawse <o se< om<, lead out, c. ace. pers. Ex 15 22 (J ; + |p, W^U), f 7 8 52 (TNV3 ; || njjW), 80 9 (ID; fig. of vine); fig. of a wind, cause to spring up, D , "!i> yP! V 1 8 26 (II 3 0??1 ; cf . Qal 4). 2 . remow, c. ace. rei 2K4 4 ;' wpn ft*? ye?_ Jbi 9 10 ; specif., remove from quarry, quarry : 1 K 5 31 and <Aey quarried great stones, cf. Ec 1 o 9 . T J'DQ n. [m.] pulling up, breaking camp, setting out, journey ; — abs. '» Nu io 2 Dt io"; pi. cstr. Wpp Nu io 28 33 1 ; sf. vypp Gn 13 3 , Dn'ypn Ex 1 7 1 + 6 1.; — 1. a. pulling up, break- ing camp (c. ace. n?.np ; Ges S45e ' 116d ) Nu io 2 . b. setting out Nu io 6 , cf. v 29 . 2. station, stage, journey (by stages), 'Dp T]p»5 Gn 1 3 s and he went by (ace. to) his journeyings (cf. "]S"l, p. 231a supr.); BOWDDi) Ex 17 1 cf. 40 36 ' 38 Nu io 12 (all P; all c. yp}), 33 1 ' 2 (|| Dn'KSiD), v 2 (id.); D'P ypDp 1Q Dt io 11 for journeying (v. Dr). fi. yDQ n.[m.] quarry or quarrying ; — only abs. as adv. ace, ypD noW J3K 1 K 6 7 s<oree perfect (at the) quarry (or a< quarrying, i.e. when it was quarried ; cf. Benz ; text dub.). II. VV J (/of foil.; poss. Ar. LlS throw (puncture, wound, etc.), Kam Frey, so Buhl 13 ). fn. VD"0 missile, dart ; — only abs. Jb 4 1 ls

T - • 

( + n ,| 3n, rvnv). DD 2 whence PP? V' J 39 8 acc - to Thes al.; but v. p^D. t"j]hD3 n.pr.div. Assyr. god, worshipped by Sennach., 2 K i9 37 = Is 37 s8 ; © E(r8pa X , A Eaffpax, ©L Aa-pax (K) ; © Naaapax, N haapax, A Aa-apax (Is); Jos AM ' 1,1,8 Apa<TKr); no such god in cuneif. inscr.; see views in Meinh Je -' Mrl * h,un " !, ' 0898) .d loc. . crpt f orm f N U gku ( = -jiDJ) acc. to Hal JA "- I|U (1879). s87=M 8 i.d. crit. 177 Muss-Arnolt JBL "• ] OXim.*-. Hbr.Tll.89E.17. frugfa J s a 30^ d e ity ; C f. Jastr 8 " 18 * 1 '- 220 '- run, nv: v. tobw: 653 tb^yi n.pr.loc. on border of Asher Jos 19 s7 ; ® Ii/ai)X, A AkijjX, ®L NattijX. i?J?} vb. bar, bolt, look (NH id.);— Qal Pf 3 ms. by: 2S13 18 , bjJJ Ju3 s ; Imv. bj>3 2 S i 3 17 ; Pt.pass. bwi Ct 4 M : fpl.ni^J Ju 3 24 ; — 6ar, 60&, lock, usu. c. ace. nj'l, nin?' ! j: Ju ■£*, + ,_ !T)S after, behind, v 24 2 S 13 1718 ; elsewh. only 2*VJ I? Ct 4 V2 agarden barred (fig. of Shulamite), bo also v 12b (reading Is for 73, Vrss Gr Bu). iby) n.f. J °' 9 ' 6 sandal, shoe (NHtA; Ar. jJLi id. (also horse-shoe, etc.); Syr. Jl^J appar. only horse-shoe (rare ; also NS) PS 2405 ; cf. poss. Eth. lO'^Vi (obsol.) wife of Levirate marriage Di 6 ' 6 );— abs. '3 Gn 14 23 , bj» Dt 25 10 ; sf. $? ^ 6o'° 108' , im Jos 5", etc.; du. D^ Am 2 6 8 6 ; pi. D^V? Is « lW Ct f, nbvi Jos 9 s "; sf. T^V? Ex 3 5 Ez 24 17 , vby3 Is 5 27 , «bva Jos 9 13 , n?by: Ex 1 2 11 Ez 24™;— sandal Ju 9 13 , Am 2 6 8 6 (du. = pair of sandals ; mentioned as of little worth) ; Dt 2 9 4 ; on (3) feet Jos 9 5 (JE), 1 K 2 s Ez 24 s3 Ex 12 11 (P); cf. D^jp -I^PVB Ct f, '33 VTffl Is 11 15 ; put on sandal is bra 'i D'b EZ24 17 ; loose the sandal is f?n Is 20 2 Dt 25 s cf. v 10 ; W (Imv.) Ex 3 5 (E), Jos 5 15 (JE); *[bf Eu 4 7 - 8 (cf. Burton""" 1 ""- 197 ); sandal-thong is Xfiip Gn 14 23 IS5 27 ; ^y? T.Vk DinN-^J? V 60 10 upon Edom do I cast my sandal = 108 10 , denotes either contempt (Hup ; ?y = unto, fig. of slave), or taking possession of (Fl in De, Che Bae), || , V r !'1" |, D 3SiO favours former. — Onsymbolicuse of sandal v. further Goldziher AbhI - Ar "- Ph " < > , - , - 47f - Jacob*""' 1 " 01 ""- 23 . t [ ?W] vb.denom. furnish with sandals, shoe (X ?y? (rare), bind on sandal; Ar. Jij furnish with sandals, shoe horse or camel ; Syr. s^ shoe horse);— Qal Impf 1 s. sf. ^Sl t?nn Ez 16 10 and I shod thee with B»nn (q.v.). Hiph. Impf 3 mpl. sf. D^Jjg 2 Ch 28 15 and gave them sandals. tblWn n.[m.] bolt;— abs. 'tan niSBCts 6 (of house-dcor); pi. sf. vbwJD Ne 3 3 , vbwo v 6.i3.i4.i» ) a n f city-gates, in phr. 'iQp) Wrta rra>>: t[Sv?n] n.m. id., only sf. *&•?? neTm bra Dt 33 s6 (song). tl. [QJP] vb. be pleasant, deUghtful, lovely (Ph. Dyj j/oorf Lzb 324 (and many n.pr.); Ar. Lxj be plentiful, easy, pleasant; ^lc »ijl sfoio gracious favour toward, oft. in Qor ; Sab. Dyj 6e foveZy, agreeable, well Levy-Os ZMG xU <U,B) ' 178 CIS" 19 - 11 , so Min. Hom 8,ld • ^ • c ' , ~ , • 128 ; OAram. in n.pr. Lzb 222 ' 324 Cook 82 (^JIDyj my darling [or my songs, cf. II.'jJ); X O^Vi pleasant, lovely, NJTO'yj loveliness; p r a BA91 - 46t cp. Eth. b£av; be pleasant, = *KlOa°); -QalP/. 3 fs. «$} Gn 49 15 (poem in J; of land); 2 ms. (of delightful friend) 1NO ^ 133 1 ; singing praises to '*« x 35 3 '47 1 ; keeping wise teachings Pr 22 1S ; as subst.=deZi^ D'O-yS? Bn'J^ 31D3 Dn^D; ^3) Jb 36 11 (of earthly prosperity); of spiritual delights •<//• 16 611 . 2. lovely, beautiful (phy- sically), Ct i 16 (|| "?:).—* 81 s 2 S 23 1 v. 11. D-y; sub II. Dyj. fi. nQVw n.pr.f. 1. sister of Tubal Cain Gn 4 M ® Noffia, ®L Nof/ifxa. 2. Ammonitess, mother of Behoboam 1 K 1 4 21 ® Mau^a/i, A Naa/ja, ® L Naara = 2 Ch 1 2 13 , © Noop/za, © L Naa^ia ; also i K 14 31 but prob. gloss (om. ® B, ®L, etc.). z 5 (E), i S 25 42 Pr 9 3 27 s7 3 i ls Est 2 9 - 9 4 416 ■ gleaners Ru 2_ 5 - 8 - 22 - 23 f.—Note. -1JT3 Kt in Pent, as fem. (Qr TJj?) is prob. not original ; it is not found in Sam. Pent., and fpl. HVVlJtt occurs GnEx; cf. Ges« 2n '" c . t □ V 'W2 n.[m.]pl. youth, early life; — abs. ') Is 54 6 ty 1 2 7 4 ; elsewhere sf. TSQ i S 1 2 2 , TtS Jb3i 19 +, T1.W 2S19 8 , *n»? Pr5 I8 + , VJ»| Je2 2 + , ^JJJBJ f 103 5 , r?yvi Ez2 3 », etc.; — youth, early life, esp. in phr. '31? _/ro«i one's y<wi<A w;> Gn8 2, (J), 1 S 17 33 1 K 18 12 Je 3 24 ZC13 5 Jb 3 1 18 (extreme youth; || 'ON fD3D); fig. of Babylon L547 1215 , Moab Je 48", Judah . -Ij>2 655 youth : of young Ishmael Gn2i 12f (E), Isaac 22 512 (E), Joseph Gn37 2 (E; 17 years old),Benj. 43 8 44 s2 '• (J), sons of Samuel 1 S 2 17 , of Jesse 1 S 16"; ?'Bi3 '3 little lad 1 S 20 35 1 K 3 7 2 K 5" Is 1 1 6 , fBiJ '3 1 K 1 1 17 , pi. 2 K 2 23 . d. '3 with special stress on youthfulness Ju 8 20 1 S 17 3342 Ho 1 1 1 Is 3* cf. Ec io 16 Is 3 s 10 19 Je i M i Ch 22' 29 1 2 Ch 13' 34 3 ; so in phr. |gj 1)3) '3D Gu 19 4 (J), Jos 6 21 (J), Est 3 13 cf. Ex 10 9 '(E), Dt 28 50 Is 20 4 65 20 Je 51 s2 La 2 2 ' + 37 s5 148 12 Pr 22 s . e. of marriageable age Gn 34" (J), warrior Absa- lom 2 S i8 6l2 + , Zadok 1 Ch 12 28 , etc. 2. servant, retainer (c. 105 t.) : a. = personal attendant, household servant, Nu 2 2 M (J), Ju 7 1011 19 3 1 S 9 3f - 2 K 4 12 - 2S + oft. b. =retainer, follower Gni4 24 1 S 25 s '- 2 S 2 ,4f - 1 K 20 uf - 2 K i 9 6 = Is 37 6 , Jb i 151617 Ne 4 I017 + oft.— Zc ii 16 is corrupt, cf. We Now. — Note. "ij?3 occurs in Pent, as Kt with Qr perpet. n"ljf3 q.y. ~y2 n.m. youth, early life (rare poet, synon. for DnW3);— abs. 'j Jb 33 s ( = youthful vigour), 36 14 , '3D Pr 29 21 V' 88 16 from youth up. •fn. n*iy3 n.f. girl, damsel; — abs. '3 Ju 19 3 + 22 t., also Qr Gn 24 14 + 20 t. Gn Dt ('"H3» Kt in Pent, only Dt 22", v. infr.) ; pi. abs. nnva iS9 1l + , cstr. rrt-ijj? Est4 4 ; sf. l'rrt-ijD Ru 2™??, n^SJ? Gn 24 61 Ex 2 6 , etc.;— 1. girl, damsel; i"l3Dp '3 little girl only 2 K 5 2 , cf. v 4 , perh. s young daughters Jb 40 29 ; elsewh. = young woman I S 9 11 ; esp. as marriageable, Gn 24 1416 - 23 - 55 - 57 34 312 (all J), Dt a a llJUMMMMt .26.29 , Kl S.4 Jfr ,«.*MUUi . 8pecif- vlrgin rfym '3 JU2I 12 Dt22 2328 I K I 2 Est2 2 - 3 (cf. D T t2 2 lib - 20 ); nfentCD '3 betrothed girl Dt 2 2 2S27 ; young widow Ru 2 6 4 12 ; of a concubine Ju 19 346689 , a prostitute Am 2 7 . 2. of female attendants, maids (alw. pi.), Gn 24 61 (J), Ex 2 1 nc3

2t , cf. ^ 71 617 129 1 - 3 ; nfijrijn 'so Gn 46 34 (J), 

2 S 19 8 Ez 4 14 ; njn DtaHJf] '3D i S 12 2 Je ■$*; as time in or during which Lv22 13 (H), Nu 30 417 (P), La 3 s7 + I44 12 , fig- of Judah and Sam., personif., Ez 2 3 2 - 8 ; cf. '3 W (in fig. of Isr.) Ho

17 (|| Dnxo yy*n pafbs tff), Ez I6 22 - 43 - 60 23 19 ; 

other phr. are : "i H^K Je3 4 friend of my youth, cf.Pr2 17 /3 ni3ij> Jb^ 26 , '3 mtton f 25V3 *iDn Je2 s , '3 na-in 3 1 is, '3 nst Ex 93", '3 he* v ' 2 '3 ^3 Jo i 8 , and esp. '3 nete Pr 5 18 Mai 2 1415 Is54 6 (fig.); '3 '33 ,/, 127 4 sons of (a man's) youth ;= youthful vigour j/ 103 5 . t[rrtT^] n.[f.]pl. id.;— only Q$tfy& Je 32 30 (fig. of nation). fn. [rPM] n.pr.loc. on border of Ephr.: — only c. n loc, fUTJJj?. Jos 16' (® at napai airav; ®L id. + Avapa6a); appar. = fJJJ?, q. v . infr.; Noopatf lay 5 Rom. miles fr. Jericho Lag " " 1 - 283 ' " cf. Buhl Ge08r181 . fm. STg^ n.pr.f. in Judah 1 Ch 4 s - 66 ; @ 6<oa8a, A Noopn, ®L Nofpa. t'HS'J n.pr.m. one of David's heroes, '3 ,3 ,]?"i a I Ch 1 1 37 ; © Naopm, A Noopa, ®L Napa. (='3")Kn njjB 2S23 35 ). 'n' , 13*3 n.pr.m. 1. a descendant of David t : — ; I Ch 3 M23 , ® Naafifta, ®L Ntapjov. 2. a Simeonite I Ch 4 42 ; ® id., ®L Naapws (cf. Sinait. n.pr. mj?3 Cook 82 ). tng3 n.pr.loc. in E of Ephr., 1 Ch 7 s3 (® Naapvav, A Naapav, ®L Noapav), appar. a TO] q-v. tjpS n.pr.m. 1. a Levite Ex 6 21 (P), @ Na<p«, F Nacfxy. 2. a son of David 2 S 5 15 (© id., ®L NaO^tf), I Ch 3 7 (® »a<pa6, A Xacpey, ©L Ntry), 14 6 (© id., N Naoiar, A Naoiay, ©L Nai£«). , 11. HD3 v. I, II. f)i3 . D^WM, □"'DttJIC: v. D'D'S3 infr.

  • [nSJ] vb. breathe, blow (niS3 "M3 Ecclus

43 4 a furnace blown upon (heated hot); NH n ?3, id., X n ?3, Syr. wAj ; As. napdhu, inflame, nappdku, smith D1 HW1 blow; Eth. i^: or nns3 Jei>5 9 ; 'nnasi ; ri » ; »nns3i EZ22 21 ;

Ar. ('Li and) ^jb

6/ow; Eth. }¥-*/: or J£rfi: Di 712 ) ;— QalP/ 3 fs. raa

bu Zrop/ nB^ Gn2 7 ; Imv. fs. <nB Ez 37 s ; Inf. l"in|(^) Ez 22 20 ; Ft. act. UB3 Is 54"; } >ass. n*B3 Jei' s Jb4i 1! ;— 6rea«A«, Wow, nW3 13S3 riB'l D^D Gn2 7 (J); sq. 3 also EZ37 9 Is 54 16 and Hg i 9 6Zou> into it (to scatter it); sq."??: nnBT> t?X 1 vV Ez 2 2 20 <o blow fire upon it (ore, for melting), so fig. Ez 22 21 and I will blow upon you with (a) the fire of my wrath; WiM '} Je 1 5 9 sAe hath breatlied out her life (of a mother, cf. Hiph.); abs. TOB3 TD Je i 13 a blovm (i.e. well-heated, boiling) pot, cf. '3 "1W Jb4i 12 (sim.). Pu. P/. ng) «b CW Jb 20 M a fire not blown (by any human breath). So perh. also Nu 2 i s0 (reading '131 Bfc napj) wi<i7 fire was blown [hot] as far as Medeba), cf. Di. Hiph. Pf. 1 s. wnsn n^ya tfas Jb 31 39 (or if) the life of its (the land's) owners I have caused them to breathe out; WK DnriBni Mai 1" and ye have sniffed at it (in contempt). TOb appar. n.pr.loc. Nu2i 30 (=nab?) perhaps l">B3 (© Trpoo-tf inawrmi), v. riS3 Pu. f [PIEO] n.[m.] breathing out ; — onlycstr. t?B3 nap Jb 1 1 20 a breathing out of life = ex- piring (cf. P1B3 Jb 3 1 39 Je 15 9 ). t pEn n.m. bellows;— 'O ini J e 6 a (fig. of vain prophetic labour). f 1. niDO n. [m.] apple-tree, apple (from aromatic scent (breath), Thes Lag BN1 "' 129 Post (v. infr.); Ar. _Ui is loan-wd. Fra H0 ; on mean- ing apple v. Low N °- m US Jph •» ■ '■ Post H "'- Dlct - Blb - '-»ppie')_l. S g. men apple-tree Joi 12 Ct 2 3 8 6 . 2. pi. D'rusn a #pfcs Ct2 6 , 'ns ^1BK nn 7'- anj 'man p r 25 4 (in sim.). t n. nEFl n.pr.m. son of Hebron, ace. to I Ch 2 43 ; © Bairovt , A Gafljojoi;, ®L Qcdpovd. fin. rnE.Pl n.pr.loc. 1. in lowland of Judah Jos I2 17 (© Tcupovr, A Qa<pcpov, ©L Gott^ou), 1 5 s4 (© IXouAoio 1 , ©L Oucfxpova). 2. on border between Ephraim and Manasseh Jos 1 6 s (© Tatpov, ©L Ban^ovf), 1 7 s8 (® Qa<pt6, A a8<o6, ®L Galois'), ='n }'}) v 7 (® 0atjy$a>3, ®L Tia<f>8u8); so read also perh. 2 K 15 16 (for MT nperi ; ®L Th Kmp^" Benz; @ e fp <r„, A Oaipa, but ®L T17V Tu(pa>i). On locality v. Buhl " *- 178 .— Vid. also nian ma. tQiD^C: n.pr. Kt, in phr/3 M3 Ezr2 60 , Qr D'WBi, of family of returned exiles ; ® Na- <j>e la-aii', A N«^>ovo«/x, ®L Nf t/)o)o-f ifj ; = D'DtthBS Ne 7 62 Kt, Qr D'D^M, ® N*tfWao-«, etc., ®L Ne(^ofof«ja ; — Kt Ezr and Qr Ne, respectively, are prob. to be preferred (cf. E^BJ su b B^Bj), but Ne has mixture of two variants, D'D^BJ, D't^Bi. D^Dtt^M v. foregoing. T^JO] n.[m.] a precious stone which Tyre gained by trade Ez 27 16 (where '} doubted by Berthol, queried by Toy Hpt ), cf. 28 13 (symbol, of wealth and honour of king of Tyre); in high priest's breastplate Ex 28 18 39 11 . ¥exh..=ruby or carbuncle @ Joseph, livdpa^, 35 carbunculus, cf. Di M Kau El Sgfr KMk Co Berthol; SAY emerald.

2 <aa vb. fall, lie (NH = BH, X ^B3, 

Syr. ^&j ; cf. also Ar. JiS dedit praedam ( N gZMGxl (1886). 725 ^jj*^ Min l, w remove Hom Sud 1 r.Chr M t.^._Q al sc6 ]y /j J u5 =7 +)

f s . f^B3 Gn 1 g 12 + , etc. ; Impf. %) 1 S 1 4 45 + , 

»H Ju 4 16 +; 1 s. b'QX 1 Ch 21" (needless change fr. 1 pi. H7B3 j| 2S24 14 "We Dr); 3 mpl. £f! Ho7 ,6 + , && L^-r, 3 fpl. ruban Ez 13 11 30 25 , etc.; Imv. mpl. vB3 Ho io 8 Je 25"; Inf. abs. SQ3 Est 6 13 ; cstr. &} Is 3 o 25 + ; »$ Je5i 49 + ; sf. i^BJ 1S29 3 , i^B? 2S1", ^3 Je49 21 (on these forms cf. Ba 1 ™ 104 ); Pt. ^B3 Ju4 22 +; f. nb£3Gni5 I2 +; pi. D^B3 Jos8 2S + (ins. also 1 S 28 191> ® Th We Dr Kit Bu HPS; Klo Wfp), etc.;— 1. fall, by accident, n!2&-'31 Ex 2 1 33 (E) and there fall into it (a pit) an ox or an ass, cf. Dt 2 2 4 (T^JS, on the way), bird HJ-^S Am 3 6 ; subj. pers'.,' 1 S 4 18 (fr. seat, byS), Dt22 88 (fr. roof, I»); oft. into (a) pit (usu. fig.) Pr26 57 28 10 , also (abs.), 22 14 , Ec io 8 ^7 16 57 7 (^na), cf. 35 8 i4i 10 ,(net), also, c. ^», Is 24 18 = Je 48"; fall tWJC a?3 Ez 27 s7 (of Tyrian people) ; abs. 2 S 4 4 Gn 14 10 Je 25 s7 ; opp. Wp Je 8 4 cf. Ec 4 1010 ; c. lins fall backward Gn 49" (poem); c. ly? through 2 K I 2 cf. (of locusts) J02 8 ; fVyifzi '3 causing death iS3i 45 = 1 Ch 10"; t'lS-lS VSB-by '3 1 S 17 49 (Goliath); subj. rei, 2 K 2 1314 (?5»), 6 6 f^ into water), v 6 (abs.); c. ^ Lv 1 1 32 - 363738 , ^ v 33 ; abs. of tent Ju7 13 + v 13 (gloss, GFM, Bu) ; of wall Jos 6 5 (JE), Je 51", fig. Ez 13" (del. © © Sm Co Berthol), v 1! ", F$ EZ38 20 ; +™nri i. e . fiat Jos 6 20 ; '3 of bricks Is 9 s (in fig.), H? 3°", towers v 25 , foundations Je 50 16 ; wall fell upon ^

(?y) i K 20 30 , so of house Ju i6*> Jb i» mts Ho io°; mt. also abs. Jb , 4 » ( c f. feu), height EzgS 2 "; tree Ec I," (a loc.), cf. Is ro 34 (3 instr., in fig.), Zc n 2 (abs.); branches Ez 3 i» (fig.) ; a grain Am 9 » (J^J = <0 eart A ); of dew 2 S 1 7 12 ( c . by), hailstones Ez i 3 »; blood (nn«) i S 26 20 ; thair of head (nviN) iSi 4 « 3 S14" 1 K i«; horns of altar Am 3" (ft#) . peg l 8 T ; /™ ' ^ - Na3 ' 2; crown La 5 16 ; arm from (JD) , shoulder Jb 3 i»; f sword (appar.) S20 8 (but on text v. Comm.); tfire from heaven, abs. 1 K 18 38 c. JD Jb ,» + ; thand of ' Ez8' (c. "by ; but rd. Vim (5) Co Berthol)- spirit of '«■ Ez it* (-by ); f lot (W Ez 24' '«"' (both c. by), I Ch 2 6" (c. b- II N2?n +W®ByWiH<if); cf.Hiph/ 3 ; hence' (oi share, inheritance) fall, be allotted, to 6) Jui8»(3 = „. a I 7c ; so Nn 34 »E M 7«) iM", abs. Jos 17 6 .— On Ez 4 7 22b v . Hiph. 3. . a. Esp. of violent death (c. 96 t.), Ju u

K 18 7 " Ru 2 10 , before * Gn 17 s " + 6 t P Ez 

3 23 9 8 i 1" 1 Ch2i>« Dn8' 7 ; + »•£, before man

S 14 4 , before '» Ju 13 20 ; nxiK VBKb 1 g 20 » ™ W? is 25- nVm 'a 2 s 1= (all 

before man); Vtyfrty '3 fall at one > sfeet lg25 «  K 4 «'l^Est8 3 . Vid.syn.eub Tip. o.fall upon (7g) one's neck, in embrace Gn 33 4 4 6 M (both J), 45" (E), vax v.s-by 5o > (j). . a. i^aft upon (by) - attack Je 4s 52 (fig.), cf. Is 16 9 ; c. 3 Jos 1 i» (D), abs. Jb i 15 • mrr^ &« i j*^ b . +dM8rt or ^ awayto,go over to, c. "by 2X25"" = J e 5 2 151S Je 2i» 37" 39 » 1 Ch I2 20 - 21 - 2 ' (van d. H. y***»% 2 Ch i 5 », c. "bK 2 K 7 4 Je 37" 38 » abs . , g

  • T ( + ™?), iS 4 » I4 U 2 S i,« , ,• , K

22 =2 Ch i8», etc.; +A0J1, etc., 2 S i 4 a 23 - 23 ; <VF /J /«W pierced (fatally) Ju 9 40 1 S 17 52 3 i> = 1 Ch io' + j 3nn >b.bn Ez 35 8 ; c f. D'bbn tjina 3 2» ; bwq nnri o Ia IO <- ^p ; = Jeo 2 ' Nui 4 - (P), v 32 (JE); by the sword, 3ina Am 7 ' 7 Ho 7* 14' Is 3» 2 g t a Ez 5.2 6 „ Nu i 4 3 - 43 (JE), ( + ajn3, m?), e tc. ; 3nn «<> 'J tJos 8 24 (JE), Ju 4 »t; V? by the hand of t2 S 21 22 2 4 »»= 1 Ch 2i> 3 «, 1 Ch 5 >» 2o 8 t ; < * n ftnn ' 3 /a# under my feet 2 S 22"=^ 18 39 ! b. fig. = go to ruin, perish, etc. (c. 30 t.) ; Am 5' 8» + ; oft. ||br3 Is 3* 8" (4-other words), 31 3 Je8 12 4 6 12 50 32 V27 2 Pr 2 4 17 ; ||jna ^ ao »- fig. of earth Is 2 4 *> (opp. 0*»)j Haman falls before ('jab) Mordecai Est6 1313 ; c f. Is i4 ,s (abs.); peculiar to Pr are nyeha '3 Pm 5 Via n" nma t^ 20 ?«™ « «1 " : • ' -: l i > "*,f 17 28 . c. ng. = experience calamity Mi 7 s (opp. D'P), f 37 s4 145" P r2 4 16 . d. fall, of a city Je 5 1 8 (|| 13^ni), . a. Fall prostrate, Ju I9 26 - 27 , + nyiK Jb }™; fall at full length (in a faint) "Xbo ba>l iriDlp 1 S 28 20 ; sink down Nu 2 4 4 -'« '(JE; supernat. influence); of arms of Pharaoh Ez 30 a (opp. Pin), b. fall ^prostrate oneself before OSb) man Gn 5 o 18 (E), 1819" Gn 44" (J ; +T)I»); before '1 2Ch20 ,s ; HriN VJB-bN '3 ljefore '» or his representative Jos 5 14 f (both JE); also (mtt om.) Ez4 3 3 44 4 ; before man 2 S 14 22 ; more oft. VJB"by '3, before man 2 S 9 6

3 Je 39 9 - o. T3 '3 fall into tlie hand (power) 

of Ju 15' 8 La i 7 :— cf. also 2. a. supr. S. tFig., of deep sleep, c. by Gn 15 12 (J), 1 S 26' 2 Jb 4 ' 3 33'^; face, countenance (in dis- pleasure) Gn 4 5 - 6 (J); V^y DIN ab '3 j S I? 32 (of sinking heart); QWya I'bs?} Ne 6 16 and they were cast down in their (own) eyes (cf Be-Ey, Eyle); tof calamity sq. "by Is 47" fr°l terr ° r ' etC> ' Sq> "^ Gn 'S' 2 (J), Jos 2' (JE), Ex 1 5 1 " (song), iS n 7 Jbi 3 ^ 55 s 105 38 Est8 17 9 2 - 3 Dn io 7 ; reproach, sq. "by ^69"'; t =fail to be accomplished Jos 2 1 43 2 3 1414 (all D )' 1 K 8" 2 K «o» ( + n n A ); = n ot to be reckoned Nu 6' 2 (P) ; fof word (131) /a fl % into (3) Iar Is 9; t=/aff om<, ftira ou<, resWi Eui" (subj. T^). d . Other idiomatic uses are : 33t?pi> '3 take to one's bed Ex 2 1 «• (E) ; «e«/ e Gn 2 T 5 18 (J); = a%A< jwetty, besn byp Gn 24" (j), byo n 331fn 2K5"; w»(eawyNu5«W_^ 60m Is 2 6' 8 (cf. Hiph. v»j ; = fa ^ re ' rf> of supplication (" »jBb) Je 3 6 7 37 2 » 42 2 ( c f. Hiph. 6); c. fD = be inferior to Jb 12 3 13 2 .

7. = lie, of Midianites, etc. (like locusts; 

3loc.)Ju 9 12 ; =Ue prostrate, 1S19 24 ; usu pt Jos 7 '»(JE; rW^t), iS5 3 - 4 (Wab) ( Am 9", nt?sn-by Est 7 8 ; of the dead 1 S 3 i 8 = 1 Ch io» Dt2i 1 EZ32 27 (Co conj. D^33 [ C f. Gn 6 4 J, v. also Berthol Toy H| ») ; no nnK bai J u 32s cf ' 4 22 (om. HSIN); HSnx '3 BnjBaCh" 20 24 ; cf also EZ32 22 - 23 - 24 (del. in v 22 Hi' Co Berthol, in v 23 Toy a ■ >, ). Hiph. Pf b^an 1 S 3 "+ ; 2 ms. sf. ortban

  • 73 1S ; 3 pi- '^an j u 2 '» +; x p i. «ban NeVo 35 ,

etc.; 7«jp/. b>3.' Ex 2 1 27 , b?>} Gn 2 21 + , sf. D^R u u few

+ 140"; 3 irpl. && 2K3 2 * *22 19 , J^a: Jb 29 s4 , etc.; Imv. ms. sf. npBn Jos 13 6 ; mpl. £'3n 1 S 14"; Inf.cstr. ^3n|5 1 S 18* + ; b&& Nu 5° rd. 5fc}|> (Di 01» 780 Sta'^^Ko'-^Ges » «■ ! B ») ; P«. So 2 K 6 5 + 2 1., pi. D^BD Dn 9 18 ; — 1. cause to fall, c. ace, lit.: a. fell tree 2 K 3 19 - 24 cf. 6 5 . b. <Arow> down wall 2 S 20 15 . c. knock out tooth EX2I 27 (E). d. lay pros- trate Dn 25 s (for bastinado). e. cast (cedar pillars) into ("?5?) fire Je 22' ; so (c. 2), wicked men yfr 140". f. make sword drop from (IP) hand Ez 30 22 (fig.), cf. 39'. g. cause stone to fall ^ Nu 35° flesh V 78 s8 (3JI»), stars Dn8 10 (in vision). . Of causing death S/jn? 2Ki9 7 =Is37 7 , Je 19 7 Ez 32 12 (all '< subj.), 2 Ch 32 21 (human subj.); T3 1 S 18 25 ; + D^n Ez 6 4 P^ 26 ; also 1^ 106 26 Dn 1 1 12 = overthrow, bring to destruc- tion,*37 ,4 73 18 (<^),i°6 27 . . Esp. of casting lot (/fl), Is 34 17 (c. b /or), Ne io 35 (c. ^ + inf.), 1 1 1 (c. inf.), 1 Ch 26 1 ' 4 (c. ? ; so rd. Kit Hpt cf. ®93 Be Ot), * 2 2 19 (c. h>), Est 9 24 (c. inf.) ; abs. Jon 1" 1 Ch 24 31 25 s 26 13 Est3 7 ; +y3ina Pr i 14 (i.e. share with us); om.

<A 1 S 14 42 (c. P?), Jb 6 s7 (c. by) ; hence 'Bil = assign, apportion, by lot, usu. c. ? pers., Jos 1 3 s 23 4 (bothD), EZ45 1 47 22l + v 22b '(rd. >VW. 33 % Hi-Sm Co Berthol), 48" (read nbna for '3D, ® 33 Hi-Sm, etc.), ^ 78 s6 (cf. Qal 1 end ; and 3 I 7 c). . Fig., let drop, cause to fail (cf Qal S), Ju 2 19 Est 6 10 , + nS-iK 1 S 3' 9 . . Cause deep sleep to fall ("<>5!) Gn 2 21 (J), Pri9 15 (abs.), make countenance fall, look displeased at (3), Je 3 12 , cf. Jb29 24 (obj. "3B -ty ; cause terror, etc., to fall {"by) Je 1 5 s . . Other idioms are : bring to life (prop. drop young) Is 26 19 (fig.); present supplication Je 3 8 26 42' Dn 9 1820 (all c. "itb) ;— on both cf. Qal 6. Hithp. throw, or prostrate oneself, 1. Inf.cstr. ?S?nn throw himself upon (?y) Gn 43'" (J ; i.e. attack). 2. l'f 1 s. 'T^nn Dt 9 25 ; Jmpf. 1 s. bsim) Dt9' 826 ; Ft. ^B?no Ezr io 1 ; —prostrate oneself and lie prostrate, * 'JB?. — PiTel. bbs: Ez 28 s3 , rd. btt) Hi-Sm Co Berthol. t 7e5 n.m. JbsM untimely birth, abortion;— ^>BJ abs. Jb3' 6 (Baer, Ginsb.,>van d. H. be: Ec 6 3 ; cstr. njftj i>Bj + 5 8 9 . yen t [?EO] n.m. Jb4116 refuse, hanging parts ; — 1. fallings, refuse, cstr. ">3 ?BD Am 8 6 <Ae refuse of wheat. 2. pi. cstr. VlBO V>BD Jb 41 15 iiie hanging (falling, drooping) parts of his flesh (of crocodile). t !~I75?3 n.f. a ruin ; — abs. 'D of city Is 1 7 '. T T - trn>Sp n.f. id.;— abs. 'B of city Is 23 1S 25 s . tn7EQ n.f. carcass, ruin, overthrow; — 1. carcass, of lion, 'o cstr. Ju 1 4". 2. elsewh. sf. a. a ruin, WSJ? Ez 31 13 (kg. under fig. of tree), b. overthrow, id. v 16 (same fig.) ; 1£?BJ? (kg.)32 10 ; Wfa (of Tyre) 26 1618 27 s ; Dn^BD (of wicked) Pr 29 16 . t CP7D3 n.m.pl. giants, ace. to ® yiyavre t , so @33; b^san Gn 6 4 (J), PJ3? »3| ET^Jpfn D'pB3n-|D Nu 1 f (JE); ® om. '131 '33, and so Di ; these words perhaps doublet, but already in Sam., also 33 (etym. dub. ; cf. Aram. NpB'O, N^B3 Orion; conject. v. in Thes Di*""*-; Tuch Kn Len 0r - '• •* *"«■ Tr - "» £ ; Che Hbr - ul (lsw - m - m ; all very precarious). f I. [YP^] vb. shatter (NH id., dash, beat; As. napdsu, shatter, destroy D1 HWB<76 ; X yea Pa. shatter, but also }»B3 Pa., id., Syr. JL» sAa/fce, 6rea£, soMand.,Nb^ 240 '" d2MOl " 11(1S78, ' 4 ° 6 ); — Qal 7n/. abs. P B ?1 c. ace. Ju 7 19 and a shatter- ing (=and shattered) the jars; Pt. ]>ass. 3sy pB3 11133 Je 2 2 28 (fig.) a »es«eZ <o be despised (ami) shattered (cf. Ew Gie Rothstein**"); also Pt. act. f?3 shatterer of the holy people Dni2 7 (Bev Marti KM , rdg. flD& T D^33). Pi. dash to p>ieces: Pf. 3 ms. fB31 consec. ^ 137 9 c. ace. infants ag. (?N) rock ; 1 s. MS] of dashing all in pieces with (3) Babyl. as war-club Je 51 20 - 2, - 21 ' a22:!2 - 23 - 23 - 23 ; sf. B*N CWSB31 1'nK^K 13"; /otj,/. 2 ms. sf. DSB3P1 nsi' ^33 ^2' (i.e. nations); 3 mpl. «JSJ Dn?33 Je 4 8 12 (symbol.ofdestroyingMoab); /7i/K i '1p"Dy""i! J* a ? Dni2' when (they) finish shattering the hand (fig. for power) of tlie holy people, but rd. poss. Y$, v. Qal. Pn. P«. fpl. niXBJD Is 27 s like chalk-stones pulverized. TyD2 n.[m.] driving storm (lit. bursting of clouds, Che 00 """), "P3 J3N1 DQJJ '3 Is 30 30 (theoph.). t[^BB] n -[ m shattering;— iJtBO '?3 Ez 9 2 with his shattering-weapon in his hand. ysm

jftn t^SQ n.m. war-club (lit. a shatterer); — V fin|<"}'BD Je5i M a war-club art thou to me (' , addressing Babylon, cf. Gf Gie). t II. T^D J vb. disperse, be soattered (oft. taken as secondary v fr. Niph. of pis, yet cf. NH yta, Qal (Pt,), Pi., scatter; Syr. Aj pour out, throw down, X J*S3 ; Ar. ^iiS shake (irreg. correspondence of sibilants cf. No' '), Eth. }4-R: dissipari, aufugere Di 7 ' 3 ) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. vyo Dyn '3 i S 13" the people were scattered from me; 3' ft. H? 1 ?'^ 3 n ??,3 Gn 9 19 (J) thence dispersed all (the population of) <Ae earth; 3 pi. D^5 }XB3 Is 33 s nations were scattered ; Pt.pass. fpl. cstr. HfJW niXW Is n 12 the dispersed of Judah he shall collect (|| V)?* ^nn?). tfSJ (vV foil.; cf. Ar. JLii «w7,, Zt/e, person, living being, blood, desire, ^Hj breath, sweet odour, ,jlio fee AtgrA in estimation, become avaricious; m. desire a thing, aspire to it, v. breathe, sigh. As. napdiu, get breath, be broad, extended; napistu, life, less frequently soul, living being, person. Vbs. appar. denom. ; nouns in all Semitic languages: Ph. CBJ, CIS '• M B 5 , Eth. i¥fl: ; in the foil. = both soul, person, and tombstone, monument, (as representing person, v. esp. Duval *«. wxt.ua*>.).*.*) . NH B>BJ v. Levy ZMGlll<1868, ' a5 ; OAram. CBJ, Nab. Palm. e>B3, v. Lzb 325 Cook 82 ; Syr. U2J, v. 1 Mace 1 3 s ™ 8 ; Sab. DBJ Levy-Os '""-w 255290 Mordtm ">•»"' (ms), ae cf Lihyan., DHM Epigr. Denkm. OT },[[ n Hom 8adlmib - Chrest. 128 XI?D2 n.f. Gn49 - 6 (so even Gn 2" NU31 28 1 K i 9 2 v.Albrecht ZAW ' XT,(1896, ' 42 SS)soul,livingbeing, life, self, person, desire, appetite, emotion, and passion (Ecclus 3 18 4"*" 13" 14 11 );— '3 Gn I» + ; E>B3 Gn 37 21 + ; sf. 'tfBJ Gni2 13 + ; pi. nit?B3 Ez i3 18 + 13 1.; n'{?B3 Ex 12 4 Lv 27 s ; csiir. TWM Gn36 fi +4t.; nfeteJ Lv2i n ; B'PM Ez 1 3 20 (but rd. D'Bten, v. Co Berthol Toy) ; sf. DniPEtf 2 S 23 17 + ; bn'B'B? Nu i7 3 +:— . = that which breathes, the breathing substance or being = ■fyvxh, anima, the soul, the inner being of man: a. disting. fr. "^KQ: S?B3D ie>3 1JJ Isio 18 ; "ikan D V P??? Dtia"; ft. "vXE* p r 1 1 17 ; fr. |B? &ocfy ^ 3 1 l0 . b. both the inner {?B3 and the outer "IBO are conceived as resting on a common substratum : 'nfe'3 "X

ba«n v^>v 'ietan a*? vbv Jb 14 22 <mfy his

itv: v t t : - : A T : ■ 1 1 ^ *^ _/Wi upon him is in pain, and his soul upon him mourneth; cf. ^ 42 5 ' 7 131 2 Jb 30 16 La 3 20 [v. ?y 1 d], all poetical (cf. 6 c). c. 'l departs at death and returns with life : Wi_ nn» '3 FIB'S? riNSS Gn 3s 18 (E) and it came to pass wlien her soul was going forth (for she died); FIB'S? nriBjj J e 15 9 she breathed out her soul, cf. 1 K 1 7 2!22 Jb 1 1 20 3 1 39 . a. oft. desired that the B»B3 may be delivered: fr. She'61 ^ 16 10 30 4 49 16 86 13 8 9 49 Pr 23 14 ; fr. Tint?, the pit of She'61, Is 38 17 Jb 33 > 8 - 22 - 28 - 3 ». . The E>B3 becomes a living being : by God's breathing D"n nDE>3 into the nostrils of its "IBO; of man Gn 2 7 (J); by implication of animals also Gn 2 19 (J); so tJ> 104 2930 cf. 66 9 ; man is njU B*B3 , a living, breathing being Gn 2 7 (J); elsewh. Wl B*SJ alw. of animals Gn i 20 ' 2430 9 i3..5.i6 ( a]1 P ^ Ez 47 9. B0 n >nn Bto Gn i 21 9 10 (both P), Lvn ,(u6 (H); nx-UWl B>BJ Lvn 4 * (H); *n bl tfU Jb 1 2 10 . B*b: is frequently used with the verb iTn : tB>B3 nrvm Gni2 13 19 20 (both J), 1 K 20 32 (E), V 1 19 175 Je 38' 7 ' 50 ; t^B3 «n 1 S i 26 17" 20 3 25 26 2 S 11 11 14 19 2 K ,mj 4 3o ^ all JE ) . cf- f 'j pyv j K 20 3> r£} t Ez

27 f 22 30 ; also Gn i 9 ]9 Is 55 s Pr 3 22 . 

. The Gta (without n'n noun or verb) is specif. : a. a living being whose life resides in the blood [so in Arab. We 8 """'""- 217 G. Jacob Ar»b.uicht.i,.9t.j (hence sacrificial use of blood, and its prohib. in other uses ; first in D), Dt 1 2 s3 ' 24 only be sure that thou eat not the blood, for tlve blood is the living being (B'BSn XW ff^n) ; and thou slw.lt not eat the living being with the flesh (~&3n DJt K*B3n) ; thou shalt pour it upon the earth as water; this is enlarged in H, Lv I7">»' 2 ' 4 and in P Gn 9 4S , cf. Je 2 M . b. a serious attack upon the life is an attack upon this inner living being 2 S i 9 Je 4 10 Jon 2 6 ^ 69* 124 45 Jb 27 s . c. B»B3 is used for life itself 171 t., of animals Pr 1 2 10 , and of man Gn 44 30 (J); B»B3 nnn b*b: life for life Ex 2 1 23 (E), Lv 2 4 18 (H), 1 K 20 3942 2 K 10 24 ; D^nnn UtiU Jos 2 14 (J) ; t?B33 E»BJ Dt 19 2 '; E*B33 for the life of 2 S 14 7 Jon i 14 ; f|33 B'BJ DB* put life in one's ownhandja 12 3 1 S 19 5 28 21 Jb 13"; ib»B3 spn Dioi' Ju 5 18 risked his life to die; tt^BiS at the 1-isk of life Nu 17 3 (P), 2 S 23 17 = 1 Ch 1 1 19 - 19 , 1 K 2 a Pr -f La 5 9 ; fE*B3 B*p3 Ex 4 19 (J), 1 S 20 1 22 2323 23 15 25 s9 2 S 4 8 16" 1 K 19 1014 Je 4 30 11 21 19 79 21 7 22^ 34 20 - 21 38 16 44 3030 46 s6 49 37 f35 4 38' 3 40 u 54 5 63 10 70 3 86 14 Pr 29 10 ; t'j W 1X3"= 2 Chi", iKi9 4 =Joii4 8 ; t^BJ H3H smite mortally Gn37 :l (J), Dt 19 611 Je40 1415 ; +'J npb 1 K 19 4 Jon 4 3 1//31 14 Pr i 19 ; f^Xn tr u 2 ttXU

ttSj niSD B ; B3 deliver life from death Job 2" ^ 33" 5 6»'; f«*J t&B 1S19" 2SI9 6 - 6 - 6 -' lKl M Je 4 8 6 51 645 Ez 33 s Am a 1 ** * 8 9 49 1 16 4 ; t.TlB 'nS 4 'iKi 9 V'34 53 49 ,6 55"7i 23 ; t'J TO*

  • 25 30 97'° Jb 26 Pr I 3 3 16 " I 9 W 22 '-

. The C*B3 as the essential of man stands for the man himself: a. paraphrase for pers. pron. esp. in poetry and ornate discourse, 70 1.; (i) , E'S3 = jne: <B»B3 Kin bii Gn 49 s to me «o< en<er (poem in J) ; One* WD '3 nbn Nu 23 10 to me die, etc. (poem); 'tfM nicn J u i6 :l ° (J); »t?W mCK La 3 s4 7 «ay. (2) ^33 = </tee : f|E?B3 nnri D'BIO IS43 4 peoples instead of thee; ?|K>B3? np« 51 23 . (3) 1^33 = he: ansa wta J'^n V' 25 13 A« wtB no< dwell in good circum- stances. (4) utste? = «,«.- nalra? -lisxs togfe] D'Ppi* nap i^i24 7 . (5) D?'?? = they, them: fWJ , 3B'3 D^B? Is 46 s <A*y are gwie into cap- tivity; Otteh 'IN Is3 9 . b. = reflexive, se?/, 53 t.: E>33 ^ IDS Wnd oneself 'Sn 3 o 3S - 6 «- 8 - 910 - ilm. '3 nSyb Nu 30 14 to afflict oneself. (1) 'B'BJ = myself: *BflH JHN X^ Jb 9 21 J foiow tm>< jnyseZ/ (2) If B3 = %se//: '3 fDV Dt 4' Aeep thyself. (3) tetej = himself: 'sj 3W 1 S 18" 20" fovea* as himself. (4) nB'B? = herself: '3 HpW Je 3" justified herself. (5) D^S? = themselves: '3 b'Xn deliver themselves Is 47" EZI4 1420 . (6)03^33, D3 , n'E>B3 = yourselves : '3 «Jtf?PT/R Je 37 9 deceive not yourselves, also 42 M 44 7 ; '3 H3» Lvi6 M31 23 s7 - 311 Nu 2 9 7 (P) ;

  • •£ urnuBJ Dt 4 16 Jos 23" (D). (7) W&ttyl

= ourselves: '} by Je2 6 19 against ourselves. c. = person of man, individual, 144 t., first in D 2 ; esp. in H, P, and kindred writers: (1) c . D™: D"tN 'l Lv 24" opp. flDna '3 24 18 (both H), and so DIN r 3 human persons Nu 3 i»-«n« (P) 1 Ch 5 s1 Ez 2f± Elsewhere without D1S : H313 '3 Pr 1 1" 5 one who blesses; n;p-| "i Pr 19 16 idle person; '3 nnn '3 person in place of person, Jb 1 6 4 ; "1B3 '3 by Ex 3 o 1316 Nu 15 28 31 50 (all P) Lv 17" (H). t (2) E'BS = person, any one: Dt24 7 " Pr 28" Ez i8 4 - 4 - 4 33 s ; elsewhere only up. Lv 2 1 4 227 e 1 - 2 - 41517 - 21 i»»**** 23 s9 ' 30.30 Nu gl (allP),Lvi7' 01 i5 27 *>i9 22 3 i 19 - 28 35 .30.30 J os 20 3,»

(allH);'3nnm33 

jp Ninn </ta< person shall be cut off from: only in Gn 17" Ex 12 1319 31 14 Lv 7 202127 Nu 9 13 I5> o.3i , 9 .s.» ( an p^ Lv I9 8 22 3 ( both H ). t(3) 0*33 coll. for persons, in enumerations: Dt io B Jos jo 28 - 30 - 32 - 3637 - 37 - 39 11" (all D 2 ) Je43 8

59.3o.3o Ez 2 2 26 . e i sew h er e only Gn 1 2 5 46" 1822 

P"M Ex i 6S 1 2 16 Nu si 33 - 40 (all P). +(4) ntefe? persons Gn 36 s Ex 12 4 i6 16 Nu 19 18 (all P),Lyi8* 20 25 27 2 (allH), 2K12 6 Pr n 30 14 25 Ez I3 18.18.18.19.H.20.!0 ^17 jg* 22 s7 (tfT2>BJ 1 3 20 V. supr.). t(5) B*B3 = deceased person, sts. c. np, np etas Nu 6 6 (P), np neta? (© @ b»m) l v 21" (H); usu. without np, D1K(n) B*B3 Nu 9 6 - 7 19"" (P); or simply 55>B3, Lv ig a 21 1 22 4 (all H) Nu 5 2 6 n 9 10 (all P); elsewhere only Hag 2 13 . . C*B3 = seat of the appetites, in all periods (46 t.)— a. hunger : H3y"j '3 hungry soul i/^io7 9 Pr2 7 7 ; with noun or verb of y3"c satisfy Is 56 11 58 10 Je 50 19 Ez 7" ^ 6 3 6 107 9 Pr 1 3 s6 2 7 7 ; '3b pmo Pr 16 24 sweet to the taste. b. thirst: ntVJJ '3 weary soul Pr 25 s5 Je3i M ; ns^y pto '3 ^i43 6 ; f i nx»^ ^^

s . c. appetite in general : rfy WR '33 '-rk 

yfr 17 9 7ny enemies compass me about with greed; rPB rnyBl rlE'BS biSf Piyri^l Is 5 14 She'ol enlarged her appetite, etc., cf. Hb 2 s ; Pr 23 s t^BJ 753; Ec uses VB3 only in the sense of a, b, c ; the B»B3 craves, lacks, and is filled with good things : Ec 2 M 4 8 6 3 - 3 - 7 - 9 7 s8 . . '3 = seat of emotions and ]>assions (151 t.) — a. desire: t'3 HfflX soul desires Dt I2»I4 M 1S2 16 2 S3 21 1K11 37 Jb2 3 13 Pri 3 4 2i 10 Mi7 1 ; '3 niKn ^io 3 Is26 8 ; t'3 m Dt I2 i5.so.2i l8 6 ,Sj 3 i» J e 2 24 ; so also B'Bsb according to one's desire Dt 21" ^ 78 18 Je 34 16 ; E>B33 Dt 23 26 ; 13K i B3 nNH ah, our desire + 35 s ; E*B33 at one's desire + 105 s2 Ez 16 27 ; n^f '3 ^3"[3 Ct 5 6 ; +'3 NB>3 Zi^! «p *A« sow/, desire Dt24 15 2S14 14 (rd. Dn'bx, not DVlbx), V' 2 ^ 25 1 86 4 i 43 8 Pri 9 8 Je 22 s7 44 14 Ho 4". tb. abhorrence, loathing: '3 rb)13 soul abhorreth Lv 26 1115 - 30 - 43 (H) Je 14" ; *3 nbn3 '3 D31 Zc 1 1 8 and </<eir soul also fell a loathing against me. C. sorrow and distress: t'3 ,_ 1D bitter, gloomy, discontented of soul Ju 1S 25 (E) 2 S 17 8 Jb 3 20 Pr 31 6 ; t'3 n» 1 S 22 2 cf. Jb 7 11 io 1 Is 38" Ez 27 31 ; '3 n»3JJ Jb 30 35 grieved; '3 VD3X sad of soul Is 19 10 ; '3 fl33n my soul shall weep Je 13 17 ; nyT 1 '3 /ti's sow? trembleth Is 15 4 ; r 3 niV distress of soul Gn 42 21 (E). td. joy : b'3n '3 my somZ rejoiceth ^ 35" Is6i 10 ; '3 nBfc» r^OtM <Ae sou? ^86 4 ; also ^ 94" 138 3 Pr 29 17 . te. love: '3 H3HN wy sou? Z«we«A Cti 7 3 1 " 4 ; '3 ""1? darling of my soul Je 12 7 ; '3 '3 Dp3T Ais somZ rfave unto Gn 34 s (J), c. "inN ^63'; npB»n '3 '3 soul is attached to Gn 34" (P). f. aliena- tion, hatred, revenge: t!» '3 Vpn the soul is »M alienated from Je 6 8 Ez 23 1 " 8 ; JO '3 fiPjM Ez 23 na.M. O^Wiaiedo/sowZ 2 S5 8 (Qr); 'j IMft> ^ 1 1 5 Is i 14 . g. other emotions and feelings : '3 a't^n irmgr 6ac& soul La i" 1 * (i.e. revive, cf. c. 3!B> 1 K 1 7 21 '), hence fig. refresh, cheer, v 16

  • 19 8 Pr25 is Ru4 ,s ; '3 3315? ^23'; '3 7DTO

your souls' compassion Ez 2 4" ; '3 m¥p soit 7 - was impatient Nu 21 4 (E), Ju io 16 16 16 Zc n 8 ; O '3 T'INX <Aa< / should prolong my patience Jb 6 U ; "On '3TIK DnyT ye Atww the feeling of the stranger Ex 23' (R D ). . E>B3 is used occasionally for mental acta + 33? (see 10) ; poss. also alone, owing to unconscious assimilation by late writers ; but most, if not all, exx. may be otherwise explained: 1NO nyT tto •>/' I 39" m y sou ^ hnoweth well (or / know well; cf. 4 a) ; N73 31B N7 '3 njTI Pr 19 2 that the soul be without knowledge is not good (but RV° desire with- out knowledge, cf. 6 a) ; '37 nOOfl HJH Pr 24 14 Awow wisdom for thy soul (or according to thy desire, cf. 6 a) ; '33 'Din 7K Est 4" /Amfc no< in thy soul (or irc thyself, cf. 4 b); "lyE* 103 '33 Pr 2 3 7 as he reckoneth in his soul (but RV in himself, cf. 4 b); '3 ICNH TO 1 S 20 4 (but AV RV foil. © «r.0v M «= njljtj; v. 6 a). . Eta for acts of the will is dub. : E* DK DSBta (nx) if it is your purpose Gn 23 s (P) 2 K 9 15 (or if it is your desire, 6 a); '3 mn3 my soul chooselh Jb 7 15 ; '3 !13XD my soul re- fuseth Jb 6 7 1^ 77 s ; nXBn '3 t/ieiV «ou7 delighteth in Is 66 3 ; nriYl '3 my soul delighteth in Is 42 1 ; (all perhaps emotional, 6 b, d, g). . Eta = character is still more dub. : fa '3 rnt5^"N7 Hb 2 4 his soul is not right in him (but © ovk tvhoKti r) ifrvx'l pov iv airm [c£8o«I= nmn], v. 6); "ksbd K7 ^B3 Ez 4 14 my soul hath not (or / have not, 4 a) been polluted. f 10. '} in D, when used with 337, is assim. to it, and shares with it the mngs. of 7, 8, 9 ; and so in later writers influenced by D (unless we may think that '7 is used of intellect, while '3 is used of the feelings): thus, 337 733 Eta 7331 (see 337): c. trn Dt 4 29 2 Ch 15 12 ; tiffS Dt 26"; 3HK Dt 6 5 13 4 30 6 ; STV Jos 23"; 13y Dt io 12 11" Jos 22 s ; I7p3 VDB> Dt 30 2 ; 7K 3W> Dt 30 10 1 K 8 48 = 2 Ch 6 s8 , 2 K 23 s5 ; 1YIYO ICE' 2 K 23 3 =2 Ch34 31 ; '3B7 17H 1K2 4 ; and Dtn 18 1S2 35 iCh22'»28 9 Je 3 2 41 ^i 3 8 Pr 2 10 24 12 . Note. — In three cases is gener- ally found closer approach to supposed radical

N23 

meaning breath:— a.. pnD1 37 HttP mtipl J0e> STQ3 nvy» Wjn Pr 27*. Ges (after Dbderlein) renders '3 riVJJD more than odorous trees, so later edds., even Buhl; but 93 De SS transp. injn nxj?o '3 pnc 4 .. © Hi Bi njnpnoi = tiie soul is rent asunder by cares. In any case Eta is || 37, cf. IO. b. tsr£n D^na ieta Jb

1 13 his breath kindleth coals (of the crocodile). 

The piece is one of the latest in the book ; primitive meaning hardly in such a passage ; context favours ref. to passiom, or fury ; per- haps sub 6 f, his passion or fury kindleth coals. c. etan flB Is 3 20 perfume boxes; mng. evident fr. context ; but not necessarily scent (breath)- boxes; may be 6 a, boxes of desire, or 5, boxes exciting the sense of smell ;■= smelling boxes or bottles. No sufficient evid. in BH, therefore, for meaning breath, odour. — See, for complete study of eta (all passages), Br 0BLlw - 17,: t [tEC2] vb.denom. (cf. Syr. j*aJ refresh ; +iuir, ^ifbe refreshed; Eth. i¥fl:);— Niph. Impf. 3 ms. eta? Ex 23 12 (E) 2 S i6 14 ; eta?! Ex 3 1 17 (P); — take breath, refresh oneself. Tttj^pi n.pr.m. son of Ishmael, ace. to Gn 25" (P),= I Ch I 31 (© Natf>«, ©L Na<£«s); = (Arab) tribe 5 19 (® Na<£«<raoaia)*, A ©L tiatfiuraiusv). ]"©5 V. II. ^13. t neb n.m. Pr24,13 flowing honey, honey from the oomb (Ph. nB3 CIS 1 - 1 "- 8 ' 1 );— '3 abs. Pr5 3 + 3 t., cstr. f 19";— sweet Pr24 13 (U K*?^), cf. 2 7 7 ; fig. of sweet words Pr 5 s , and perh. Ct4 n (Bu of kisses; || «*?}, 3^n); in full '3 tPEW ty 19 11 honey of (the) combs (comp. with

  • ^seto ; || ea^n).

rrinc] v. nns. D^VUpJ, ^flOJ v. i>nD. tOPIWDS n.pr.loc. Gn io 13 =i Ch 1" (® Nf(^daX(t)«4fi, but ®L in Ch f<(cp6a><Te i/x) ; = pltlmhi, the northern land, i.e. Lower Egypt, acc.toBrugsch B " roeLWB - 8ui " ,1 - ,B3 ,and esp. Erman zaw«(woxi«,ii» r d g . D'nonB. Other conj. v. Di G °. . Ef J] v. II. pa ■ O. Y?. v. III. pf3 . t [K3U] vb. = HX3 = fly, ace. Thes Gf al. ;— only Qal }nf. abs. (si vera 1.) »W KX3 J e 4 8 9 , but improb.; X Symm «)P cf. Ol' 246 " Gie ; >Schwally ZAWvm < ,888) • ,,,7 nxn nft, v'HI. nv3. t [3¥2] vb. Niph. take one's stand, stand (NH 2X3 id. (rare), rnxn n . taking a stand ; Ph. (Pun.) 350, H3X3D, 113X0 monument Lzb 324 ; Nab. Palin. 3X3 set up; Zinj. id., statue, all Lzb 325 Cook 82 ; Palm. K3XD tma^e, Nab. 3X3 »'</., DHM VOJ,t " (18M >' 12 , cf. Lzb 1 "-; perhaps As.ttas<J&wTelAm,Wkl TA24 * b ; Aram.3X3, o^j; Ar. (_^j set wp, erect, ij.-aj sign, mark, way- mark ; Sab. 3X3 ci]>pus CIS'"- 23 SabDenkin 95 DHM ZM0 1IX ll876) ' 116t Derenb JA8, 188S ' Au8-Sept - 214 - Min' 3X0 statue (=3X3D)Hom SMwChroi "' 128 );— Niph. P/ 3 fs. H3X3 ^ 45 >», H3X3 Gn 37 7 Pr8 2 ; 2 ms. MX31 Ex 7 15 + 2 t.; 3 pi. 13X3 15 9 , 13X31 consec! 33 s ; Pt. 3X3 Gn 2 4 ,3 + , f. H3X3 Zc «» n?X3 i Si 26 ; mpl. tX3f} Exs^ + j fpl. ni3X3 i S i 26 ; — 1. a. station oneself, take ones stand, for definite purpose, c. ?y loc. (by, on) Gn 24 1343 28 ,3 Ex7 15 33 21 34 2 (allJ),Exi7 9 i8 14 (E),Nu23 617 (JE); Am f 9 1 Pr8 2 ; of '* IS3 13 taketh his stand to plead; c. 3 loc. Ex 5 *> f 82 1 (of God), cf. Nu 22 a.3i.34. n3 eiy'3 iSi 26 ;" ,, 3D^Dt29 9 ; c.nriBNu 1 6 W (JE), Ju i8 1617 ; abs.La2 4 (on text v. Lbhr). b. stand = 5e stationed (by appointment, or in fulfilment of duty), c. ?5? pers. (sitting or lying) Gn45 ] 1 S4 20 22 w - 17 ; WIDEta"^ '3 I 8 2 i 8 gtamd at my watchman's post (|| ">?5?); *|? ,l ?Y V'45 10 )" abs. 2 S 13 31 . C. take an upright position, stand, '31 «MJ>J Ex 33 s (E ; + nna loc), cf. Gn 37' (E; of sheaf); of waters, 13^03 '3 Ex 1 5" (song). 2. be stationed = appointed over (?J)), 1S22 9 Ru 2 56 ; with Samuel presiding over (?y) tliem

S 19 20 . Hence 3. Pt. as subst. deputy ', prefect 

(as appointed, deputed), only 1 K 4 s - 7 5" 30 9 23

Ch 8 10 (all of Sol.'s officers ; so also 2 Ch 8'° 

Qr, < Kt 3'X3), 1 K 2 2** (of Edom). 4. stand firm, fig. 3X3 D"1X"?3 yj/ 39 s every man, (even) ilie firm- standing, is wholly vanity (but ex- pression strange, and text dub.); 0?0$3 '3 1 1 q 89 (of s word); that which stands firm Zc II 16 (Isr. under fig. of sheep), but dub. ; We GASm leave untranslated; Now prop. rWWJ the dis- eased. Hiph. Pf 3<xn 1 K 16 34 ; 2 ms. rnxn Gn 2l M V74 17 ; 3 mpl. VX<W Je 5 26 ; Impf. 3'X? Jos 6 M , 3!T Dt 32 s (dub.; poet, for "1 Ew 42SM Di; rhythmical shortening Ges si09k ; read 3X? D r D a s,ot.p.M)- a s n 2 Si8 18 ; sf. «m La3 12 ; Imv. fs. VW Je3i 21 ; Infcslr. VffQ 1 S 13 21 1 Ch 18'; P<. 3<XD 1 S 15 12 (but rd. a^XH © We Dr Bu Kit HPS); — 1. station, set : c. ace, ewes

nro Gn2i fflM (E; "U apart), trap Je 5 26 ; fig. set me before thee (T?9?) ^4 ll3 J « e < TO « as a target La 3 12 . 2. set rep, erect pillar (""^XI?) Grn 35 14a) (E), 2S18 18 , 4-Dnt?K 2K17 10 ; altar Gn 33 20 (E), stone-heap 2S18 17 ; monument (T) 1S15 12 ; city-gates (c. 3), Jos 6 M (JE) = 1 K 16 34 . 3. cause to stand erect, waters, nrtoD ^ 7 8 13 (cf. Qal Ex 1 5 8 ). 4. fix, esta- blish boundary (subj. '♦) Dt 32 s ^ 74 17 Pr 15"; dominion (T) 1 Ch 18 3 (of king).— 1 S 13 21 is dub. ; AV sharpen, RV set ; Kit ' gerade machen'; Klo 3X3 subst., v. infr.; cf. HPS. Hoph. Pf. 3 ms. 3XH Na 2 8 it is fixed, determined (Kl Or), but very dub.; perh. n.pr., or epith., of queen, cf. We Now GASm, q.v.; Pt. nriK 3X0 D^D Gn 28 12 (E) a ladder set up on the earth ;"0 fb$ Jug 6 , read n3XBn fi!?«  GFM, v. infr.— Cf. also 2T Hitbp. tSSa n.m. 1. haft, hilt of sword Ju f (Ar. vl>l-oJ handle of knife, ' in wh. the (j^U-- [i.e. the shank] is set ' Lane 2300 ). 2. pre- fect, deputy, v. 3X3 Niph. 3. fl.3TOa n.m. pillar, prefect, also appar. garrison, post (Ecclus 46 18 IX WB ]))y and he subdued garrisons, posts, of the foe); — '3 abs. 1K4"; cstr. iSi3- 3 +3t.; pi. D^X3 2 S8 6 + 2 t.+ 2Ch8 10 Kt, ^3X3 2S8 1414 ; cstr. *3*| 1 S 10 s MT, but rd. 3'M ® ©SO Th We Dr Klo Kit Bu HPS;— 1. pillar, n^D '3 Gn 19 26 (J). . prefect, deputy 1 K 4 19 (on text cf. Klo Benz), so perh. also 1 S io 5 (HPS; pillar @ Th Dr Klo Kit), and appar. 13 34 (>al. pillar); this rang, serves also for 2 S 8 61414 (so Ki ; Th HPS garrison) 1 Ch 1 1 16 18 13 2 Ch 8 10 (where rd. Kt), 17 2 (Kau garrison in n 16 17 2 ; Ecclus 46 18 — v. supr. — would favour this meaning in other passages). f 11. IT^S n.pr.loc. in Judah on border of Philist. J0SI5 43 ; ® Na<j«/3, A®L N«r(«)«/3; v. also Lag BN 95 Anm -*; mod. Beit Nasib, c. 8 m. NW. of Hebron Buhl ' 08 *- 193 . tlSft n.m. 1813 ' 23 standing-place, station, garrison ; — 'o abs. 1 S 14 15 , cstr. 3X0 Jos 4 s - 9 + (Baer in Sm 3X0, cf. on 1 S 13 23 , but v. Ginsb) ; sf. 13XD Is22 19 ; — 1. standing-place of feet Jos4 3:9 (JE). 2. station, office Is 2 2 19 (|p»l>9). . garrison, post, or outpost (of Philistines) 1 S 13 23 i 4 i- 4l! » 15 2 S 23"; so rd. also 1 S 14 12 (for MT H3XP) ® Th We Bu HPS. nso

tva £ttp n.[m.] palisade or intrenchtnent ; — only Is 29 s (of siege- works ; ||J"hXD). mStt n.f. '» ff$ 1 S i 4 12 v. 3X0. T T ~ * T tnn-SQ n.f. guard, watch?— only WJffi T T • . 'D W3p Zc 9' and I encamp as watch for my house (so We Now GASm, but dub.; Kue Sta Marti Kau GASm rd. H3SO, but this prob. non- existent, v. supr.; MT appar. intends because ofahost = X?*n). trGaiO, nn-SQ n.f. pillar, masseba, stump ;— abs. rDSD Ho 3* + , HMD 2 S 1 8 19 * (rd. '©n © Dr Bu Kit), v 18 b Is 6 13 , cstr. fOXO 2 K 3' io 27 , naiio Gn 35 14M ; sf. NRSgQ Is 6 13 ; pi. abs. niasp iKi4 B , cstr. ntaSO 2K10 26 , etc.;— 1. a. pillar, as monument, personal memorial 2 S 18 1818 . b. a stone, set up (&'&, 3'Xn), and anointed as memorial of divine appearance Gn 28 i« 3 ,.3 (all E)i 35 m (J) . so also 3320 (E)j where ins. '©, or rd. 'o for MT D2]0 (We Di Now Arch -" 18 ), set up (D'tr, Dnn, 3'Vnj, in token of an agreement JI* - * 1JM * (all E) ; over grave 35 2 °.2° ^y Ci eg p f sacre d stones or pillars in connexion with altar, erected (nJ3) by Moses Ex24 4 (E; 12 pillars), Ho 3 4 1 o 12 Is 1 9 19 ; conj. also 2 K 12 10 for MT na]? sta ZAWv(1885 >- ** Now Arch. 1* but dub., v. Benz"*'"*; (usu.-f- D^B'S etc.) : of Canaanites Ex 23 s4 (E), 34" (J), Dtf 12 s , cf. ban 'B2K3' io 2627 ; Tyre, ^V t, Ez 26", of obelisks of Heliopolis in Egypt; condemned for Isr. by Deut. code, and Deut. redaction of K : Dt 16 22 1 K I4 28 i7 10 18 4 23 14 , 2 Ch 14 2 31 1 ; cf. Mi 5 12 Lv 26 1 (H). — On masseba v. further Now Arcb "• 18 * Benz Arcb - 38or - D***** l We gklizeii III. 99. 165 TjQSem. I. 184 ff. 437 f.J 2d td.aMff. 455 f.; K.50 J„

6 v [3X3] Hoph. 2. sfoc&, stump of tree 

Is 6 13 * (in sim.), so v 13b (fig.; but prob. del. as gloss). ft [HM] vb. fly (?) ;— only Qal Pf. 3 pi. T T i - K (si vera 1.) V3"D3 *2H La 4 15 (of homeless exiles) ; text very dub.; rd. perh. V1J ( c f. Gn 4 12 ' 14 ), so Bu; Lbhr (more venturesomely) WSD] fcO *3 niJO ; Buhl 13 perhaps Wg C>| •>?. TnS'i^ n.f. plumage (cf. poss. Ar. 11^>15 Aair over forehead, fore-lock of horse, Lane 3033 ; v. also As. na-a« kappeY, — of eagle '3n IOO Ez I7 3 (fig. of Nebuch.; + «|J$ "^K); also '3 31 v 7 (fig. of kg. of Egypt ; + *|J3); of ostrich nxi H39*(B*|!&,+«Wfj cf.DiBu). Here belongs prob. also nnxia Lv i'«, rd. nhsba (Dr-Wh""), iriV33 (Sam), or 'iTISi (VlK)l (cf. Di), its feathers; of bird for burnt-offering ; © oiv rtfi nrtpoig, 23 etplumas; so AV KVm ; > with its filth (i. e. of the crop) Z 0u * <S Ges Kn Ke Kal Ew EV,' meaning without evidence elsewhere. fll. [J1X3] vb. Niph. Hiph. struggle (NH id., Hithp. (Jastrow 928 ); Aram. KS3, Jj quarrel; Ar. Lij apprehendit, arripuit ali- quem antiis suis, Eth. IM; vellere, evellere, are perh. denom. from, a-LjU (v. nxii), so Thes); — Niph. recipr. struggle with each other : Impf. 3 mpl. V$ Ex 21 22 (E), Lv 24'° (H), 2 S 14 6 ; 1? nn: Dt25 n ; P«. D»»3 Ex2 13 (E); all of physical struggle, wrestling, and the 1 like. Hiph. engage in a struggle against : Pf 3 pi. Wn Nu ' (pt); Inf. cstr. sf. nrttn v 9 (^V); hk inisn ^ 60 2 (title); only here of war, hence Klo's suggestion (cf. Buhl 13 ) intan is plausible (cf. 2 S S 3 - 5 - 9 ). f 11. rT!ftp n.f. strife, contention; — abs.'o Is gs 4 Pr 13 10 17 19 .— 1. nsn v. yvo. t[niap] n.f. id.;— only sf. IjnjfD W2« Is 4 1 12 i.e. tlie men who strove with thee (|| 'tWK Iftonbn). tIII.-[nM] vb. fall in ruins; — Qal Impf. 3 fpl. 3en' pgp nrsn !pn j e 4 7 </,,, «%* sAaW fall in ruins (read prob. nVXjri Miph.). Niph. Pt. pi. D'SJ D73 ruined heaps, i.e. ruin- heaps, 2 K i 9 25 =Is 37 M .— On Je 2 1S 9 911 46" v. W. . n-^3 v. fti nnp Lv i m v. nsij supr. +1. [Hi j] vb. be pre-eminent, enduring (Ecclus [Pi.] make brilliant 43 s - 13 [?] (cf. Oxford ed. mm ); NH nil conquer, etc.; Ph. rfiH, Aram. nS3, «.j shine, be illustrious, pre-eminent, victorious; Ar. llj bepure, reliable; Eth. }Rvh; ie 2 ,Mre , innocent ; both classes of meaning prob. derived from sAme, be bright, brilliant, v. also Dr 1815 - 29 );— Niph. Pt. act. f. nn« J e 8 5 enduring ( ?1 3B'tp apostasy). Fiel = oc< as overseer, superintendent, director, only Chr. and i^-titles ; — Inf. nS3p

Ch 1 5 21 + 4 1. ; pt OS?!? 1 ) Hb 3 19 f 4 1 + 54 1. ^f"; 

pi:t^nfsq 2 Ch 2' 17 34 13 ';— 1. in building temple

Ch 2 U7 Ezr 3 8 », cf. 2 Ch 34'"'. 2. in PTS3 

bsa ministry of house of '* i Ch 23*. 3. in litur- gical service of song, fWDC'roy, over the bass voices, leading them with riY"t33 1 Ch 1 5 21 ; n» ?»? in titles of W nas prob.sim. meaning, =musical director or choirmaster; Gk.Vrss. of 2nd cent. A.D., AqTheod Sym, and so Jer, think of Aram. victorious, but no clear explan.; © tis to reXos (prob. ""??"??) follows ordinary meaning of noun n ???., which may be expl. in eschatological sense as referring to end of age of world after Euseb Theod; or for full rendering after De; neither satisfactory. Chr., near in date, gives the clue which is intrinsically prob. : ? indicates, not assignment (nothing special in these ^i/r to suggest it, and assignment of yff^ for such use a matter of course), but that these ^i/c were taken by final editor from an older major Psalter known as the Director's Collection, cf. the still earlier collections known as "11*1(7), -)dk(7), mp '33(7). The 55 w with ns:D? were taken 39 from Davidic, 9 from Korahite, and 5 from Asaphic Psalters; only 2 anony- mous. Hb 3 originally belonged to Director's Psalter. This and other Director's 1/^ have musical directions in titles. The Director's Psalter was prob. the prayer-book of synagogue of Gk. period, presupposed by our Hab., the collection of the twelve Minor Prophets, the prophetic canon, and Daniel (v. Br a """ lDtr123 ). < "fi. TT22 n.m. La!U8 eminence, enduring, everlastingness. perpetuity ("1X37 Ecclus 40" as 4 infr.);— nsj 1 S is 2 "-^ t.; nS3 Am 1" + 36t.; sf.'n*0 La3 18 ; pi. BWJJJ 34 10 ; — 1. eminence : ?tCW "TC3 the Eminence 0/ Israel ('») 1 8 ^(Dr 8 * 1 "" 98 glory of Israel); attribute of God 1 Ch 29" (||-nn, mNBn et al.). 2. enduring of life, and so life itself as enduring : , '??? ""?? La3 18 my endurance doth vanish (De sap of life, v. 11. '3). 3. endurance in time : '3 IITMSto V' 74 3 perpetual desolations; "QT 'jj Pr 2 1 28 speaketh continually (?; v. Toy) ; 'iiy VM9 M unto the end (a long duration), so Jb34 36 . 4. everlastingness, ever, usu. "1X3 >for ever, 2 S 2 26 Is if 25 s 28 s8 33 20 57 " Je 3 s 50 s9 Am 8 7 Hb i 4

  • 9 7 " io» 44» 4 9 >» 5 2 7 68 17 74 110 " 77° 79 s 8 9 4?

103 9 Jb 4 W i 4 -» 20 7 2 3 7 3 6 7 La 5 s0 ; DTIX3 "1V37 (cf. D'ohl) D^V) Is 34 10 ; seldom abbr. n» Ami" ('3^ © We Now GASm), Je 15 18 + 13 2 16". II. HEM (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. llJ, liJ Lane 2806 ' 2807 sprinkle; Ba M62 cp. Eth. »"H?: spargere, aspergere Di ■" (rare)). f 11. Ln?P.J n-m. juice of grapes, fig. of blood, gore; — only sf. t3""X3 Is 63 3 - 6 . T n t, !£] n.pr.m. head of a family of Nethinim Ezr 2 M (® Nao-oi/r, A Nfftf) = Ne 7 M ® otut, A Nno-fta ; ©L Nto-ia in both. f 72£Jl vb. not in Qal; Pi. strip, plun- - T J 212 der; Niph. deliver oneself, be delivered; Hipli. snatch away, deliver (Ecclus Hiph. Pt. r6x» delivering 40 24b (Levi conj. b*X" 40 24 *); NHHiph.=BH; BAram.Haph. t^.; Byr.Vj £>owr out; Ar. J-Ii intrans. tincturam exuit emisitque barba, ex cuspide excidit sagitta, etc., Kam Frey ; Eth. 111. i'iR'ft: evulsum vel abrup- tum excidere e suo loco, Di 698 ) ; — t Niph. Pf. 1 pi. Ojf! Je 7 10 ; Impf. bsr Dt 2 3 16 ,+ 1 s. nW ^ 69 15 , + 8t. Impf.; Inf. b}tir I S 20 6 + 3 t. — 1. reflex, tear oneself away, deliver oneself: abs. Pr 6 s Ez 14 1618 2 K I9 n =ls37 n ; c.TO Pr 6 5 ; ?N . . . DJJO escape from — unto Dt 23 16 . 2. passive, be torn out or away **!*<n '3D Am 3 12 ; be delivered, abs. Gn 32" Je 7 10 1^ 33 16 Mi 4 10 ; '3BD Is 20 6 ; "1313 Hb 2 9 ; JO f 69 15 . tPi. /"/. 2 mpl. DFib?3 EX3 22 ; 7m/>/ bf"J| Ez 1 4"+ 2 t.; — 1. strip off spoil, abs. 2 Ch 20 25 ; c. ace. pers. Ex 3 22 1 2 36 (J). 2. deliver, c. ace. DB'BSEz^ 14 . Hiph. ]90 Pf b"Jfn Exi2 27 ; 2 ms. fibvn Ex 5 s3 + 50 1. Pf. ; Impf. W" 2 K 1 7 39 ; W_ Gn 31"; + 63 t. Impf.; Imv. i>!fn p r 24"; "Wn ^ 22"; sf. % &*n Gn 32"+ 24 1. Imv.; Infabs. ?Jfn 2Ki8 30 + 4t.; cs<r. Ho Gn 37 22 + 2 3 t. Inf.; A ^Jtp Dt 3 2 59 +i6 t. Pt. — tl. toyfce away, snatch away, e.g. property Gn 3i 910 (E) Ho 2 11 , prey from the mouth of animals 1 S I7 35 Am 3 12 Ez 34 10 , words of '» from the mouth f H9 43 ; -W 3 ^»P |<f) 2 S 14 6 a«d there was none to tear them apart (two fighting) ; T'-'n' '-'J*!? 2 S 20 8 and take away our eye (elude our sight, Ges; EwWe after® cast shadow over our eye, denom. from ?* ; Bo Th after © tear away our eye, harm us irretrievably, v. Dr 1826 ' 2 ; HPS escape from us [«»D, as ®L], cf. Bu [^*?*]). t2. rescue, recover, e.g. cities Jun 26 ; wives and property 1 S 3o 818SJ . 3. deliver from : a. enemies and troubles, abs. 1S12" Pr 1 9* 9 Is 50 2 Je 39 17 ; t^-P pjf J u 18 28 Jb 5 4 io 7 f 7 s 50 22 71 11 Is 5"* 42 s0 43 13 Dn8 47 Ho5 ,4 Mi 5 7 ; c. ace. Gn i8 8 (E), Ex 5 23 1 2 27 (J), Dt 23" + 39 1.; ttofij ^RJ Is44 !0 47" EZ3 1 ' 21 14 s0 33 1 '; c. JO from Mi 5* + 2 5 t. ; I'D from the hand or power o/Gn 32" Ex 2" (J) + 57 t.; T nnnD Ex 18 10 -123 (E) ; 1 13P 2 S I4 16 19 10 22 1 = f 18 1 , 2 K 20 6 = Is 38 s , 2 Ch 32 11 Ezr 8 31 . +b. from death Pr 1 1 6 1 2"; niBO Jos 2 13 (J), + 33" 56 14 Pr 10" = 1 1 4 ; b^KfO f 86 13 Pr 23 14 . t*. deliver from sin and guilt (in late writings), 'yB'B'bllD ^r 39 s from all my transgressions; , '?'TO i/>- 5 1 lc /row bloodguiltiness; Wntforrfy IB?] C^JRl i/f 79* deliver us and cover over all our sins; prob. also *?!^¥B 'irnoNs ^, n 9 >7». tHoph. P«. ^sp ;_ nsn^o bxo "iiks Am " as a brand plucked out of the burning; V$V Zc 3 i /rom the fire. tHithp. Dnr n ? ^PW Ex33 8 (E) awi </»«;/ stripped tliemselves of their ornaments. tnb-Srf n.f. deliverance Est 4 14 (old Sem. Inf. in V ace. to Ba 1 "" ; Inf. also Sta" 21 * cf. Ges t85 ° Kb 11 ' 1 ' 402 ; prob. here by Aram. infl.). []•£]] v. II. pH. fl. (VStt] vb. shine, sparkle (NH flfl ; akin to Ar. |_^l5 sparkle, flash, % NJW) ; — Qal Pt. Tfm pjJ3 D^Sbl Ez i 7 (of cherubim) ;— Perles AMU5 prop. OT^i their plumage (') || form of nfO), cf. Ew. tfSfiW n.[m.] spark;— Is 1" (fig.). fi. [y2] n.m. only sf. Htt Gn 40 10 , v. foil. tn-2W n.f. blossom (perhaps fr. above -/, blossom, flower, as shining amid leaves) ; — abs. '3 of vine Is 18 5 (|| TIB ; = berry-cluster ace. to Di Kit Che""' cf. J.' Derenb ZAW " 1886,301 '- : ,Kiaw.»>t); g f. frltt Jb 15 s3 (of olive) ; read also WW? Gn 40 10 (of vine) for MT ?«?, cf. Di Hoiz. t I]??] n -[ m -] id - on, y p l B ^? ct2 ,s . t [V22] vb. denom. bloom, blossom (NH id.; Jewish- Aram. J*?? id.); — Hiph. P/. 3 pl. «?.0 Ct6" (no dagh.,' v. Kb'- 381 Ges 1 "- ••"•") the pomegranates have put forth blossoms, so 7 13 ; Impf. 3 ms. P&W Ec 1 2 s the almond-tree wears blossoms. II. V¥2 (vV foil.; cf. Ph. n.pr.loc. DXr"N t'sZe (coast) of hawks, Lzb 213 ' 325 ; Syr. )Jj hawk; £KX? (cf. Me chr " t241 )). s 58, * 1:1 . fn. y2 n.m. a bird of prey, generic name, incl. hawk and falcon (Tristr 1 ™ 8 ; accipiter Bo Hleroz. it. 266 ff. ; ed. Rosenm. Hi. Off. ~c ~Kqw Arch - L ll6 • un- clean bird, Lv n 16 (P), Dt 14" (varieties, Wrap); bird of passage Jb 3 9 M . fl. [*)X^] vb. watch, guard, keep (NH id., observe; As. nasdru, watch over, protect; OAram. nyj protect Lzb 325 Cook 83 ; Palm, in n.pr. Vog 150 ' 4 Cook 124 ; Aram. "WJ, ^j (cf. Wetzst in De' ob(2) on 27 18 ); Ar.^kS look at, consider, examine (Tj»U, overseer is Aram. loan-word Fra 138 ); Sab. TOfTOjr6 <o aid them Hal E.».Mm.iT<i896).n ; ftth. li& spectare, intueri, etc., Di 701 ;— cf. also itn);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. arm? + 119 129 ; 1 s . to ^ II9 22 - 66100 ; 3 mpl. rWJ Pr22 12 ; 7»y>/. "*! PT3 1 ; sf. tW (Ges • **-»•) Dt 32 10 ; f. sf. n3n>'^i Pr 2 11 (Ges i s. "WK f 119 69 ; fTWK f ng 34114 1 19 145 ; 'sf. 11*? Is 42 6 V9 8 (Ges Bo Ew al. from ■*)i n ^M Is2 7 3 ; 3 mpl. Hfj Pr20 S8 ; r&£ Dt33 9 (on forms v Ges' 66 ^ 8 - 1 )-!- 15 t. Impf.; Imv. "W? V'34 M +3 t -; n 1V? f 141* (d. f. dirim. Ges* 20 - 2 "); sf. rrw? Pr4 13 ; 7n£ ais. 11S3 Na 2 2 ; crtr. "*} Pr 2 9 ; Pt. Tfr Pr 2 8 7 ; "WJ Ex 34 7 +7 t.; sf. Ktfi Is27 3 ; pl. BT|to 2 K 17 9 18 8 , etc.; pass. "WJ Ez 6 12 ; pl. BKJWJ Is 65 4 (© eV To<r (nrijXiu'oit, HT^^g) ; cstr. ^sj (Kt *1^ only here) Is 49'; f.'mw: Is i 8 (Di rds. Hp% Niph. PtVl«); cstr. niW Pr 7 10 ; pl. ni-i3H Is 48" (Che rds. Tfnft), . Watch, guard, keep, a vineyard Jb 27 18 (cf. Wetzst in De ,ob(2) ' d,oc ), Is 2 7 33 , fig-tree Pr 2 7 18 , fortification Na 2 2 ; D'lp watchmen Je 3 1 6 ; '3 7^30 <ower of watchmen 2 K 1 7" 1 8 8 ; in ethical sense of men, guarding the mouth Pr 1 3 3 , the wayPri6 17 ,3^Pr4 23 ; the tongue JHO ^34"; c. ?y, over the door of the lips ^141'; of God D"1Nn 1S3 Jb 7 20 (thou) watcher of men (iron.). . Guard from dangers, preserve, c. ace, subj. God or his attributes Dt32 10 V'25 21 31 24 40 12 6 1 8 Is'26 3 42 s 49 8 Pr 2 8 20 28 22"; 0$ "q3 Pr24 12 ; c. ace. and |0 from which ^I2 8 32 7 64 s 140". In WisdLit. subj. is abstr. : riDSn Pr4 s ; Ktan Pr2 u ; HfTiV Pri3 6 ; ^E^ n«3 Is 49 s preserved of Israel. . Guard with fidelity, keep, observe: of, troh6 IDn 1S3 Ex 34 7 (J) ; elsewhere of man observing the covenant Dt33 9 (poem) V'25 10 , the divine law *78 7 1 05^1 1 9 »-»-"."-".«.ioo.ii«».".. cfraa

Tp2 commands of parents Pr 6 20 28'; and discipline of Wisdom Tr 3 1 : 21 4 1 ' 5 s . . Guard, keep secret, dub.: nilJTJ secret things Is 48"; D'lIX? secret places Is 65' (see forms above) ; .3? )"P2f3 secret, wily minded Pr 7'° (of harlot, so RVm close, i.e. secretive). . Kept close, blockaded, dub.: "NXSn the blockaded (so Ew Hi Co Toy ; but Ke Bth Kau preserved; Hi Co Bth Toy del. -iNtwni) Ez 6' 2 ; rni5f3 "Vy blockaded city Is I 8 (see form above); □'"ISb blockaders Je 4 16 (but © (rvo-rpixpal = Dms i. e. foes). Q' , y^ v. I. TB Qal Pt. pass.

t"WOj **U' preserved; — only pi. cstr. 
    • JB Is 49 6 Kt, Qr HWJ q.v. 1X3 P<.

rPL'2 i// 141 s v. I. "iVJ Qal Imv. II. itfj (/of foil.; cf. perh. Ar. ^S 6«  _/re«A, bright, grow green/ Ecclus 40 1S "IV13, marg. "15B, branch; NH IX} = BH). T"^2 n.m. sprout, shoot, in fig. uses: — '3 abs. is 1 1 1 1 4" (sim.) ; cstr. 60 s1 (TWO % Dn

1> (rtfif to ; but © Bev 'poss.' rrfyfi? '3). 

fl. PpJ] vb. pierce (NH id.; SI 114 n3p3n <A« piercing, boring through; Aram. 3p}, ■■>"■ tii./ KSfJ /ioZ«, etc.; Sinait. n.pr.m. I3p3 Eut 441 - 2 , n'pj'Eut 99 - 2 ' 153 ' 2 (Lzb 325326 Cook 83 ); As. nakbu, depth, spring of water; Ar. (J^U perforate, pierce, scrutinize, etc., il-JU sagacity, etc.; <1~?a> leader, chief (one who unWmitw)); —Qal P/ 3 fs. sf. n3P T 3 2 K 18 21 Is 36 s ; 2 ms. B3J53 Hb 3 14 ; Impf "3{$ Jb 4 o 24 , afe 2 K 12 10 ; sf U3j£ Is 62 2 ; 2 ms. 3pri Jb 40 26 ; Imv. ms. n3|53 Gn 30 28 ; Pi. pa*a. 3ip3 Hg i 6 ; pi. cstr.

  • 3p? Am 6 1 ; — 1. pierce, bore, c. ace. 2 K i8 21 =

Is 36", Hb3 14 (all in fig.), Jb40 2426 ; c. ace. cogn, + 3, in!H3 in 3p>1 2 K 1 2 10 and he bored a hole in its lid; 3}p3 "li"13f Hg I 8 a bag pierced, i.e. with a hole in it. 2. prick off, designate, wages Gn30 28 (J), name Is62 2 ( subj.; cf. Niph.i: pt. pass, noted, distinguished Am 6 1 . Nipb. Pf 3 pi. in phr. nWl Of) (Xte) w Ao were pricked off, designated, by name Nu 1 17 iCb.12 32 (v 31 van d. H), 16 41 2 Ch 28" 31 19 , cf. Ezr 8 20 . +1. [-£?? J n.[m.] term, techn. of jeweller's work, prob. tome hole or cavity (Hi-Sm Co Berthol ; Toy H> * leaves untransl.), — only pi. sf. T3JW I'STl Ez 28 13 thy sockets and thy grooves (Da), or thy settings and thy sockets. fll. 2pj n.pr.loc. only in '3? ^"IK Jos 1 9 M (© Appf leal Nu/3a>ic ; A Appal Kai Na«f ; ©L A8(pprj aw(K0); on border of Naphtali; appar. a pass (Ar. (^Ju, road between moun- tains) . trap;) n.f. female (perforata (Ba 1 ™ 16 *); so Thes and most ; > another view in Schwally ZAW1108.1). i8i r. : idiot. B7. NH=BH; Aram. KSpU, snap", I^aJ, J&xoJ) ;— alw. abs. '3 Je 31*+ 21 1. (all Pent., and all P exc. Dt 4 16 ) : 1. woman (or female child) Je 31 22 (opp. 133), Gn i 27 5 s Lv 12" 1 5 s 2 7 4 - 5 " Nu 5 s (all opp. TJJ), Nu 31 15 . 2. /emaZe am'mal Gn 6 19 7 3il 16 Lv " 6 (all opp. 13T), 4 *" 5 6 ._Dt4 16 (opp. ■«?) may include both women and animals. fi. r"Qj?Q n.f. hammer (by means of which one drives in nails and pegs) ; — abs. 'o Ju 4 21 ( + nrv); elsewhere pi. ni3j?0 iK6'(+P); Is 44 12 Je io 4 ( + nilDDC). — On name Maccabee v. Schurer GeschilB . ' < f 11. ril^ n.f. hole, excavation; — only cstr. 113 'D Is 51 ' (fig.), excavation of a pit, = quarry (|| TIS). fll. [2pJ] vb. curse (perh. akin to I. 3p3; perh. secondary format, fr. 33^, q.v. for forms 3fc, 3p, etc.);— Qal Inf. sf. OV 13p3 Lv 24 16 ; Pt. * DE> 3p'3 v 16 (on text v. Di^ Gei ur.chriftm Dalman Adon,,44£ ). I. *7pJ (/of foil.; NHnp3 point, furnish with points; cf. Syr. JLoi (very rare) PS 2453 ; n. jiooj. but also J«ee6 point, mark; vbs. perh. denom. ; Ar. lJL> point or dot (letter, word, etc.), 11. make sjxeks, spots, on garment, etc., prob. loan-word Fra 196 ; Di LM648 cp. Eth. ifrH: be decayed, worm-eaten (of wood, bread, etc.)).

  • 1p2 adj. speckled; — only of sheep and

goats ; '3 Gn 30 3232 , fpl. flftfcJ v 35 (all || t*6o), mpl. D^i?? v 39 ( || id. + D^PV ;— all these J) ; mpl. also 3 1 8 - 8 and (+ D^Pg, DTO) v 1012 (all E). t [Tlj?3] n. [m.] perh. what is orumbled or easily crumbles, crumb (cf. fVJW); — only pi. 1. crumbs : R^ n ^ *Q D T? D 0^ ^ 3 Jos 9 s a?/ i/i« bread of their provision was dry (and) become crumbs (® j3f/3/>o>/i«W[oi] ; 33 m frusta comminuti), cf. '3 Hjni tPSJ v 12 (v. Di Benn). 2. appar. a kind of (hard) biscuit or cake 1 K 14 3 (brought as present ; + OTV, etc.). mpi

op: T[rnp3J n.f. point, or drop; — only pi. cstr. *|D3n" niip? oy ^-n'e>$» 3nt nta cti" rows (strings or chains) of gold will we make for thee, with points of stiver. II. Ipi (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. jJS a kind of small sheep with very abundant wool (Jacob AK.r.b.Brf.L.b*.,.*,;,^ whence ^ shepherd of this kind of sheep ; ip: perh. MI 30 ; As. ndkidu D1 HWB479 ; cf. NH ipi3 (rare)). T^jpp n.m. sheep-raiser, -dealer, or -tender (Lag™ m ) ;— abs. 'i only 2 K 3 4 (of Mesha, king of Moab); pi. yipflD DHP33 IB^ Ami '(of Amos, v. Dr ; cf. 7", where read ipia for npu ace. to We Now Dr, not GASm, v. Bu infr.) ; perh. gloss, cf. Bu Koh,,tMc,morl * ,106f Now* dl(>c - TNTfipi n.pr.m. head of a family of Nethinim Ezr 2 48m = Ne 7 50 - 62 , ® N«G>tfa, N^Sa. t[npJ] vb. be empty (1), clean (Ecclus i6" b Niph. Impf. np3> he unpunished, so 40 15 3i 6 =Pr 2 8 20 ; NHPi.=BH; Aram.N^ P a .= BH, adj. Np3 clean; Ph. 'pj adj. pure; Palm. NpJ 6e cZeara (perh.) in n.pr. Sachau ZMG "" (1881 >' 735 Lzb 32 °; As. n&kil, pour out, pour libation, make offering, nikA, libation, offering; OAram. ttpj perhaps = iTpU libation (Lzb' M ), cf. Syr. ]laaj Cook 83 ; Syr. *aj Pa. pour out, make a libation; on the other hand, Ar. fjo purus, mundus fuit Kam Frey; 11. cleanse, etc., Lane 3037 . — Orig. meaning prob. empty out, hence pour and be empty, clean; — Qal Inf. abs. Hp3 Je 49 12 (np|n np3, prob. err. for 'n npsn, cf. Je2 5 »). Niph. Pf 3 ms. n|33 Zc5 3 +5 t.; f. nrii?3 NU5 58 ; nrijM Is 3 26 ; 2 m s. n-ij>3 Gn 24 8 ; is. ,r ViJ>3 Jui 5 * 3 +2t.; 7«ip/. n[?3> Pr6 20 + 6t.; 2 ms. npjn Gn2 4 41 +2 t.; pi'. *p?n Je25 2929 ; JW *fl5 Nu 5 19 ; /«/. np3H J e 25 59 ;— 1. oe cleaned out, of a plundered city Is 3 26 ; purged out, of liars and perjurers Zc5 33 . 22. 6e clean, free from guilt, innocent, Je 2 K c. ft?, VB : BO ^19"; PPO Nu5 31 (P); C^SO /rom (at the hands of) the Philistines Ju 1 5 3 . 3. be free, exempt from punishment, abs. Ex 2 1 19 (E) Nu5 28 (P) 1S26 9 ; rpl t6 Pi-6 29 11 21 16 5 17' i9 5 ' 9 28 20 Je 25 29 - 29 ' 29 49 I2b , npjn np3 v 12 *. 4. /ree, exempt from obligation, c. JD, from oaths Gn 24 841 (J); Blft IP? from effects of drinking the bitter water Nu 5 19 (P). Piel Pf. 1 s. wg? Jo 4 21 (© 9 "ntyV ; so Now SS Buhl); Impf. 3 ms. njsr Ex 20 7 + 2 1.; npir Nu 14 18 Na i 3 ; 2 ms. sf. VBP} Jb 9 s8 io 14 ; WjiUn 1 K 2 9 ; 1 s. sf. S1$?K Je 30" 46 s8 ; /mv.sf. 'JK^i^™; 7n/ ais.nijtt Ex34 7 + 4t.; — 1. /joZd innocent, acquit, Jb 9 s8 ; ^ij/D Jb io 14 ; nilFIMD ^ 19 13 . 2. Zeaw unpunished; of man, c. ace. 1 K 2 9 ; elsewhere of God r abs. HP) *6 ngg Ex 3 4 7 - 7 =Nu 14' 818 (all J)=Na i 3S ; c. ace. nj33J t6 Ex 20 7 = Dt 5"; ^3K t6 HJM Je 3 o 11 "= 46 s8 - 28 , cf. Jo 4 21 - 21 (but v. sup'r.). T 1 p2 adj. clean, free from, exempt; — 'j Gn 24 4,T +3i t.; cstr. 'p3 +24*; pi. D*$3 Je 2*; D'p3 Gn44 !0 +6 t.; — 1. free from guilt, clean, innocent, || P*tf ; p«TX1 <?3 Ex 2 3 7 (E), *j?3 innocent person Jb 4 7 17 8 22 1930 27 17 V' io 8 15 6 Pr i"; D"p3 Jb 9 s3 ; ^3 tn innocent blood, first used in D, Dtia ,0 27* 1 S 19 s 2K21 16 2 4 4 V'94 2 io6 38 Pr6 17 Is 59 7 Je 7 s 22 s 26 15 ; 'p^H DT Dt 19" 1 K 24" Je 22 17 ; 'pm Din Dt2i 9 ; DT D"P3 Je 19 4 ; TO 'pj 2 S 3 s8 ( + * DTJO); ^3 D>33 ^ 24 4 ; 0»p: DW3N Je 2 s4 . 2. free from punishment Ex 21 28 (E) 2 S 14*. 3. /ree, exempt from obligations Gn 44 10 (J) ; from service in war Nu 32 s2 (P ; + JD pers., v. f? 2 d), Dt2 4 5 1 K 15 22 (cf. Ar. ^S and Wetzst zMa*iom.m. K , D) from oath ' g Q n 24 4. /J Jos2 17 - 19 - 2 °(JE). 'N^pJ adj. innocent; — N'p3 Cn innocent blood Jo 4 19 Jon i 14 (both Kt ; Qr 'pj). tp^pi] n.[m.] innocency; — '3^26 8 73 13 ; f%} Ho T 8 5 ; cstr. flfj Am 4 6 ; ;*P? Gn 20 s ;— 1. freedom from guilt, innocency: ^33 '3 Gn 20 5 (R JE ); "S3 '33 flTft + 26 s I will wash my hands in innocency = 7 3 13 . 2. freedom from punishment Ho 8 6 . 3. in physical sense, B^E' ji'p3 cleanness of teeth (without food) Am 4 6 (but read perh. after © <S X JVnp bluntness, so Lag BN201 ). t [n*p3Q] n.f . sacrificial bowl ; — pi. rrtfcW Je52 19 ; n'i?3D Nu 4 7 ; sf. Vn«j33» Ex 25 s 37 16 - Z3p3 v. Bip. f[DpJ] vb. avenge, take vengeance (Ecclus 46" 3*IN 'CP3 Dp3ni? (Niph. + ace. cogn.); np3 n. also 12 6 (cf. Dt32 41 ), 39 30 48 7 ; NH bp3 esp. in deriv.; Aram. Dp3 (rare), xiai in der. species; Ar. ^J take vengeance (Ji ttpore), Lane 3037 ; cf. Eth. < fey°: Di 458 vindictae studium, ultionis cupido; As. ikkimu, venDp3

geance, requital, is poss. fr. -/DpK Jager BA8 "- «);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. *ODjM I S 24"; 7«ip/. Dip? Dt32 4S ; Dp? Jos 10"; 2 ms. Dpn Lv 19"; Inf. abs. Dp3 Ex 2 1 20 ; cstr. Dp: Ez2 4 8 25' 2 ; Imy. Dp? Nu 31 2 ; Pt. Dpi Na'i 2 + 3 t.; f. nppb LV26 25 ; — 1. avenge, take vengeance: a. God subj. Dip? 1H3J| D-1 Dt 3 a 43 </*e ifood of his servants he avengeth (against those who slew them) (+ 1 K 2 s ®L Klo) ; '} abs. Na i 22 c. p (agst. Nineveh) Na i 2 ; Dp3 '3 (agst. Jerus.) Ez 24 s ; DflvVJTPy on their doings (his people's) ^99 8 ; rP"l3 Dp3 '3 Lv 26 25 (H) the vengeance of the covenant (against those who break it) ; ^Pp?, 1 S 24", c. P? of pers. from whom vengeance is taken (cp. Je 20 10 ). b. Israel and its leaders against their enemies, TVCp2 '3 c. P against whom Nu 3 1 2 (P) ; c. ace. l'Sfc Dp? Jos 10" (poem). c. Edom against Judah *? Dp3 '3 Ez 25". d. in administration of justice agst. murder Ex 21 20 (E). 2. entertain revengeful feelings (opp. nx) agaiust neighbour forbidden Lv 1 9 18 (H). Hipb. Pf. 1 s. W?!? Ju 1 5 7 1 S 1 4 24 ; 3 mpl. 10P3 EZ25 12 ; Impf. Dp?? Ex2i 2 °; is. nppSK Ju 16 28 Is i 24 ; 3 mpl. WW Ez 25 15 ; Inf. Dpsn Je46 10 + 2t.; Imv. Dpjn Jeis"; pi. 10P3H Je5o 15 : — 1. avenge oneself, a. ** subj. c. P of adversary Isi 24 Je46 10 ; c. IP advers., p for whom Je 15 16 ; c. 3 adversary Je 50 15 . b. of Israel and champions c. IP Ju 1 6 28 1 S 1 4 s4 Est 8' 3 ; c. 3 Ju 15 7 1 S I8 25 . c. of enemies against Israel Dpi 'i Ez 25 16 ; c. 3 Ez 25 12 . 2. suffer vengeance (of law against murder) Ex 2 1 20 (E). Piel Pf. 1 s. WOjM 2 K 9 7 Je 51 36 ;— awnje, * subj. TO DW 2 K 9 7 blood at hands of; *jnpp3 '3 Je 51 36 <a£e vengeance for thee. Hoph. 7m;>/. Dp; Gn 4 24 Ex 2 1 J1 , Dj£ Gn 4" 6e avenged, vengeance be taken (for blood). Hitbp. Impf. Dpjnn Je 5 929 9 8 ; Pt. Dpjnp i|c 8 s 44"; avenge oneself, * subj. Dp?nn t6 '3 'Bto J e 5«-» 9 8 ; of Israel's enemies ^j» Dpjnpl ,/, 8 3 44 17 . TDp3 Bum. vengeance ; — '3 Dt32 3 *+ 14!; cstr. Dp3 Lv 26° Ju 16 28 ;— 1. taken by God, abs. EZ24 8 ^58"; JV^S '3 vengeance of the covenant Lv 26 s5 (H) ; Dp3 DV Is 34 s 61 2 63 4 ; '3 n?3 Is 59"; D.e'Bn Dp,3 «i> Dt32 3S ; '3 npb Is 47 3 ; K13» '3 Is 35 4 ; c. ace. adversary '} rC]) Mi 5"; c. ? advers. '3 TVH Dt32 4U8 . 2. Samson against Philistines, '3 Dp3 Ju 16 28 . 3. enemies against Judah, abs. Ez 25 12 "; in- dividual enemy '3 DV Pr 6 s4 . TntDpi n.f. vengeance (on format, cf. Lag 1 "" 1 ))— '3 Je46 10 + 3t.; cstr. npp? Nu 3i 2 +7t.; «/. 'nop? Ez25 14 + 7*- »&•; pi- niep,3 Ju n 36 -^ t.; ntop3 2 S 2 2 48 ;— 1. ven- geance of God, abs. Ez 25"; '3 Dp3 Je 51 36 ; nop? di. ^79'°; ntoi>? ^ 94"; ' 3 n 5? Je 51 6 ; '3 dV Je46 10 ; tW> 'i &?** fr lU , &yB ° 50*51"; c. 3 of adversary, '3 jri3 Ez 25 1417 ; '3 Pi'trj? Ez 25 17 ; c. IP of adversary '3 jn3 2 S 4 8 '3 n'e>J> Ju 1 1 36 ; Dnp ^ncp? Je 1 1 20 2o' 2 ; c. 3 for whom '3 |n3 2 S 22 48 =f 18 48 . 2. of Israel and its chiefs p '3 DP3 Nu 3 i 2 (P); c. '3, "3 JD3 Nu 31 3 (P); '3 n'BT? ^ 149 7 . 3. enemies of Israel abs. Las 60 ; n»p33 fl'cy Ez 25 16 ; of Jeremiah p '3 npb Je 20 10 . t[J/pJ] vb. be [severed, fig.] alienated, estranged (cf. Ar. xlj split, rend, sacrifice RS s.m.i.47H. ; aj^.«i. Eth }$0. ^fa upf opm (intrans.) Di 647 ; NH PP3 cleft, Syr. UaJ «.); —Qal P/. 3 fs. h?P 'Bfei H»p3 Ez 23 18 my soul was estranged from her sister (|| Vp?), cf. t 8 * (both c. IP). fl. [*1pJ] vb. strike off Q$H. strikebound, Aram. *]p3 i<f.; Ar. i_iuu /r«^t< caput, ut cerebrum appareret ; Vulg. Ar. snap with the finger (Dozy 11,71 *); As.nakpu j>roh.=mutilated; Eth. >L: peel, flay Di 649 );— Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. "i$j»rt '33D *)P-31 consec. Is 10 34 and the thickets of the forest shall be struck away (on sg. vb. cf . Ges * 14B ° Da 8 '""- ' "* *; or rd. »p3 ;— form poss. Pi., but cf. Di Du Che H • ,, ). Pi. Pf. 3 pi. -r«) n^nBp3 ^ty Jb 1 9 26 after my skin, which they (Ges' 144 *) have struck off (alluding to ravages of his disease) — this! but text dub.; Bu HP? riKT3 (ffiph.) which has been thus struck off. t F|p3 n.[m.] striking off; — only cstr. *lp33 n?] as (at) the striking of olive-trees Is 17 6 24^ (sim. of fewness of people after s judgment). II. [*lp 2] vb. go around (intrans.), (Ecclus 45' Hiph. inD , p , l surround something with (2 ace); Pf. 3 fs. nBfn 43 12 (ace. + 3 instr.); NH Hiph. Tpn = BH ; also = cling to, be at- tached, joined to, and so Aram. TPX (Aph.),

  • &j) ;— Qal Impf. to£3? D"?n Is 29 1 (fig.) let

feasts go around, i.e. run the round (of the year). Hipb. Pf. VW Jb 19 6 ; 3 fs. ™W Is 15 8 ; 3 pi. «'i?n Jb i s f 88 18 , W!P) consec. 2 Ch 23 7 , sf. T^WflJ V' 22 17 ; « m P ] - D ? D ^1 < consec. 2 K 1 1 8 ; Impf. •IPH La 3 s ; 3 mpl. IB'j?! yfrif, ttliW 2 K 6"; 2 mpl. 1BJ3FI Lv 19 27 ; Imv. mpl. sf. ntt)"pn V48"; Inf. abs. "flR? Jos 6 s , •t" v"; P«. pi. D^)i3D iKf 2 Ch 4 s ;— 1. go around,, surround, encompass: a. go around, c. ace. of city, Jos 6 s cf. v" (ace. om.), ^ 48 13 (all || 030); also (fig.) tin np t y?n np'pn i S i 5 8 the cry hath gone about the border of Moab. b. surround, encompass, enclose, usu. c. /J? : ^BJpll I'yn'Py 2 K 6" and they closed in upon the city (beleaguered it) ; c. ?5? pers. 2 K 1 1 8 ( + ^30), ^i 7 » 88 18 (||33p), +acc. rei Jb 19 6 lie hath closed his net in upon me, cf. La 3 s ; less oft. c. ace. pers. ^/-2 2 17 (||33D), 2 Ch 23' (|| 2 K 1 1 8 ; + 3"??), also of inanim. things 1 K 7* = 2 Ch 4 s (both + 3*?9, || 3?D). 2. make the round, i.e. complete the circuit HRB'Bri 'D^ 'pn Jb i 5 when the days of feasting had completed their circuit. 3. make round, round off '(lit.): DSfs'i risa 'pn vb Lv 19 s7 (||ne«B ns rvnwn 16 v5!)> °f heathen rite. TnDj?2 n.f. encircling rope (of captive), nap? rnian nnn i s 3 «  pp3 (/of foil. cf. Eth. Wto rima,fissura, Di 64 *; NH P^J (rare) cZe//! o/roc/fc). T [p^p3] n.m. cleft of rock ; — only cstr. : sg. V^DH p'pj Jei3 4 ; pi. D-J^pn ^<pj I s 7" (||ninan ^nj), Jei6 16 . tpp-Tj vb. bore, pick, dig (NH id., Aram, "ip?, iAi id.; Ar. Jlo perforate, bore out, hollow out Lane 2838 ; Eth. iH; be one-eyed Di 6 *);— Qal Impf. 3 mpl. sf. nnp^ Pr 3 o i; ; /ra/ "lip? 1 S 1 1 3 , both of boring, or picking out eye (ace). Pi. Impf. 2 ms. T?OT Nu 16' 4 (JE), 3 mpl. Vlpri Ju 16 21 both of boring out eyes (ace); Pf. 3 ms. ">P? Jb 30 1 ' Ae (or it, i.e. the night) boreth my bones ^^O (of effects of elephantiasis ; Bu rds. TfiJ). Pu. P/. 2 mpl. D £H3? Is 5 1 ' the quarry (fr. wh.) ye were digged. t [i"np2] n.f. hole, crevice ; — cstr. JT1P? ■arm EX33 25 ; pi. cstr. wytn nhp? is 2 21 (Ipovp D'l^pn). t [li^pJ] vb. knock, strike, only in specif. Bense of hit, strike or bring down (a bird), and only fig. (Ecclus wpy 4i 2c striketh against (3; marg. SfpUl), so 3 CpU I3 2c ; NH knock, strike

NiM e.g. the knees, or a door (so Hiph.); Aram, (incl. BAram.) B'p? id., jloj fixit, impegit, per- cussit, etc. (Ar. ,_jiU strike in, carve, etc., is loan-wd. Fra" 4 ); — the Heb. vb. appar. means bring down with a [certain kind of] slick, perh. like a boomerang, v. descript. and illustr. in "Wilkinson MtnnBra and Cu«tom« of E(jpt, (new ed. 1878), II. 103 f. 109 f. Erman *««"•" 323 "WM M **'•" "• Kurop * 123 '■) ; — Qal Pt. tffb ^9 17 he () striketh down the wicked (so Hup-Now De Che) ; Vrss 01 Ew Bae Kau We Buhl Ul rd. CpiJ , JTiph. fr. V? Niph. /mp/.

ms.DnnnN B*P|n Dt I 2 S0 lest <Aom 6e </irw««(im- 

pelled) after them. Pi. /mp/. B'P?^ fr 109 11 let the creditor strike at, <a&« aim at (?); 3 mpl. «^9? 38 13 (abs.). Hithp. Pt. 'traaa e>p:nD 1 S 28' why art thou striking at my life ? , n. -0, 13, (*V3) v. TO. ihpl n.pr.div. (Ph. fenj CIS Lm - 2 )— wor- shipped 'by men of Cuth, 2 K 17 s0 (v. Schr C0T 2K "- , ° Jen KMm ° 1 -« 6 - ,il0 MusB-Arnolt JBL "" a8 ' 2, - 1 « 8 ). tlSNlto ?*T3 n.pr.nt. (so Baer Ginsb; van d. H/">B'), chief soothsayer ( 3 P" 3 1) in train of Nebuchad. Je 39" (del. Gie, plausibly) v 3b - ' 3 (cf. Schr *"- 4100 ). T T"0 n.m. nard, an odorif. plant fr. India (via Persia) (Skr. naladd ; Pers. ndrdin ; Sab. Ar. transp. £~ ace. to DHM Bu ™ nu - 8chl,,M "» B < 8B , ""> v. also Sab. Denkm 82 ; Gk. mpios [so ©] (through Semites) Lewy Fr " n """ >TOr4 °; cf. Low »•.»• Lag"- "•»);— abs.'jCt4 14 ; sf. -1*3 fOJ TS i 1! ; pi. D'TIJ 4 13 - STfU v. TJ sub T13. K^ w5 vb. lift, carry, take (NH = BH ; Ph. mi id. Lzb 826 ; As. naM, id. D1 HWB484 ; BAram. NB'jl (rare); Syr. in JL'L»Jjo scales; Palm. ND3, Nt^J n.pr. Lzb 326 Cook 81 - 83 (cp. H&: forget); Ar. Lli intrans. rise, be high, etc.; Sab. in n.pr., e.g. CIS"- 5 - '; also NE>J vb. Hal Bn.MB.fr0M},* Min. NB'J <a/fce, Hom 8a,i ' rCh "*'- 128 ; Eth. lJ"fi: suscipere, tollere Di 635 , so OEth., T)TTf Kplgr. Dankm. ftus AbeS3. (1894), S2 . Qal Pf '1 Gn 1 3 6 + ; 2 ms. niteo i K 2 26 + , nriN'e'j 5 Nu 1 4 19 , sf. ^nNBO Vi02 n ; 2 fs. sf. DTWbO Ez 16 68 ;

pi. W&O 2 S I8 28 -!-, «W3 ^139'°, Vb>31 consec. 

Ez 39 26 , sf. DW3 2 Ch I2 U , etc.; /to;)/ 3 ms. K$) Gn 32 21 + , «H 13'°+ , sf. VIK^ Dt 32 1, + ; Ktoa

NC3

mpl. Wfc Ho 4 8 + , %*&! Hb 2 6 +, Wf'l Ju 

2 * + ; 8 f.«J<^ Is 6 4 5 ; 3 fpl. f#? Je9 17 , n 5^- Rui 9 , mfm Zc 5 9 Rui 14 ; 2 fpl. n3/sfn Ez2 3 49 , etc. ; 7m». ms. Kb> Gn 1 3 ,4 + , *$ V' > ° 12 . n P? 4 7 ; 8 f. OTKbNui i 12 2K4"; fs/Kfe Gn 2i 18 +, etc.; 7n/ ais. Nib} Je io 6 , NBO Hoi'+jI; cstr. KB*3 Is i M + 2 t., Kit? $ 89 10 (rd. perh. f»f roar Ei Bi Che, cf. Hi KiB>), usu. TVfy Gn 4 7 + ; sf.W J ^28V>!W Je^'V^ 61 . etc.; Aramaizing Inf. niNB-O^" Ez 1 f (si vera 1. ; Co Berthol Tt&> Di-b) ; Ft. act. Rfo Ex 3 4 7 + , f. nspJ iKio^, ntfe>3 Est 2 15 , etc. ; pass. cstr. K#3 Is 3 3 + , •**? f 3i etc.; — 1. Zt/<, &/i! up: a. lit., c. ace. pers.vel rei; the flood lifts ark Gn 7 17 (J), *> lifts standard (W) Is 5 M 1 i 12 + (oft. sq: i> pers.), rod Is io 26 , c. i>5? against v 24 , '^ SJH '3 Mi 4 3 =Is 2 4 , etc.;— esp. lift in order to hold, carry away, etc. Gn2i ,9 (E), Juc/ 8 Am6 10 2 S 2 32 4 4 1K13 29 2 K 9 2 " 6 Ez 3 1214 8 3 1 1 24 + ; Ufi up wings to fly Ez io 1619 1 1 22 ; t*fe! V^jl '3 Gn 29 1 A« Zt/i!«(i w;> At's /e«< and went ; lift up, upon (bv) Gn 3 1 " 42 26 (both E), fig. Jb 3 i 36 ; D5J*te» '3 Jb6 2 pw< a thing into scale; fyX 13 O^i ow him (require of him) an oath 1 K 8 31 = 2 Ch 6 ra , so van d. H., ®; correct MT KB'} (Baer Ginsb), but sense hardly possible ; *#J , l'B'3 KfeK Jb i 3 ,4 7 mil take up my flesh in my teeth (fig. for hazarding life). T>. in many phr., lit. and fig., e.g.: (1) lift up hand; against (3) 2 S 18 28 20 21 , c. ? yfr 106 26 ; ~b& (as signal) Is 49 s2 ; abs., in display of power |io ls ; freq. in oath (esp.Ez P; of '♦; usu. sq. inf., oft. + b pers.) Ex 6 s Nu 14 30 (both P), Ez 20 6 - 6 - 615 - 23 - 28 - 42 3 6 7 44 12 47" Ne 9 16 , + DW"S« Dt 32 40 lift hand to heaven; in prayer (c>bN) V28 2 La 2 19 , so flf?f)*$3*» abs. 134 2 , and, remarkably, l^ip-^K 119 48 ; also fig. of the deep (Dinn) Hb 3 10 ; in blessing Lv9 22 (P; c. ?N). (2) lift up one' shead— shew boldness, independence JU8 28 Zc 2 4 Jbio 16 ^83*; of another = restore to honour Gn 40 1320 (E), but lift thy head from off thee (V$9). v 19 , by word-play;— + *6? n*3D 2 K 25"= Je 52 31 ; fig. of gates, lift up your heads ty 24 7 ' 9 . (3) lift up one's face, countenance (E* 1 ??), lit., 2 K ^32 ^"pN); sign of good conscience 2 S 2 22 ("?£), abs. Jb 11"; of sign of favour, "^ ^ '3 Nu6"(P; form of benediction); cf. "llK '2 "^y I'?.? V 4 7 J es P- li fi up face of another (orig. prob. of one prostrate in humility ; opp. 3HrQ D'3B repel), in various shades of mng.: = grant a request Gn 19 21 (J; +n$n "0$), j S 25 s5 Jb 42 s - 9 ; =be gracious to, Gn 32 21 (E), Mai i 89 ; hence phr. D'?S WOT graciously received, lield in honour t2 K 5 1 (of Naaman), and, as subst., honourable, eminent one Is 3 3 9" (but del. as gloss), Jb22 8 t;=shew consideration for Dt 28 s0 La 4 16 ; also in bad sense = be unduly influenced by Jb32 21 , and, specif.,=shew par- tiality (towards) Dt io 17 (denied of '•<), Lv 19 15 (H), Mai 2 9 (rnina), jb i 3 81 » 34 19 Pr 18 6 + 8 2 2 (syn/S Tan); even "133^3 )B '3 Pre 33 i.e. regard any bribe. (4) lift up eyes, on high 2Ki 9 22 =Is37 23 , cf. ^121' ("!**); B%Sfk Is 5 i« (|| -b* C3n); sq. H loc. Dt f 4 19 cf. Ez 8"; toward ('bit) idols Ezi8 61215 33 25 , cf. 2 3 »; toward (~bx) '•> fr 1 23 1 (these with implied wor- ship); "?*? nijij? *3 Gn39 7 i.e. she gazed at him with desire; usu. + vb. of seeing (35 t.) Gn 13 1014 i8 2 + (Hex only JE), Is 40 26 (+B™), 49 18 60 4 (both+ MB), Je 3 2 ( + 'b)l). (5) Hft up voice (^ip), give (loud) utterance Is 52 s , of floods ^93 3 , +and weep Gn2i 16 (E) 27 s8 29 11 (both J), Ju 2 4 , +»3?! aby-m *>#! KJPWl Nu u^P), + 9 t.; +«TIs24 14 ; +^Ju 9 7 ;^ip om. Is 3 7 42 s , v" (|| 13T); also (6) lift up ( + vb. of saying, usu. "'P?), oft. of formal and solemn utterance, bfv '2 Nu2 3 7 - 18 34"?*** Jb 2 f 29 1 + by Mi 2 4 Hb 2 6 Is 14 4 ; Pl^ i3-Nto 1 K 8 31 and he shall lift up against him an oath=: 2 Ch6 S5 (MT V$fi v. Baer Ginsb, but sense difficult; read rather KfeW); mn tifBn vbv '2 "• 2 K 9 s5 ; r*$ '2,+-by Je 7" Ez 26 17 27 s 28 12 32 s , + "^ 1 9 1 2 7 s2 ; BjG «;; word Am 5 1 {bv, + ilfg) ; weeping Je 9 s (^5?) ; lamentation (W) v' 7 ("^1?), reproach V J 5 3 C^)- (7) lift W P> ta ^ e U P— utter: name of ' W ; Ex 20" = Dt 5" •" (Decalogue); cf. 1^ 139 20 (read prob. 'JOB' Bo OlCheKau); , n?B'"^ 0"^ K^?"^V 16 4 ; 1"?"^ *?nf ^ f 50 16 ; prob. also NIB* VIDB' '3 Ex 2 3 J (E). (8) lift up prayer in behalf of OP) + 2 K i 9 4 =Is 3 7 4 , Je 7 16 1 1". _ (9) lift up soul (B'SS), i. e. direct the desire (B'S3 1 d) towards (bit) a thing, Dt 24 16 Pr 19 18 , "ty'b* Ho 4 8 , KJ0 Vr 24 4 (cf. Pi. and 11. WQ 2); *^f ^ 25 1 86 4 143 8 , so the heart La 3". (10) take up (incur) sin, iniquity, (only HP) +Ex28 43 Nu 18 22 , c. ^? for Lv 19 17 2 2 9 Nu 18 32 (cf. also 2 b). (1 1) of heart lifting one up, (inciting), Ex 35 21 ■ 26 36 s (all P); of presumption 2 K 14 10 = 2 Ch 25 19 . — MT appar. requires intrans. or reflex, meaning, lift oneself up, in foil., text dub. MM

NtM in all : Ho 1 3 1 rd. perh. N^feo Oort We cf. Now ; Na I s Now (after Bi) XCT1 (rd. M^Rtf </nttv); ^89 ,0 rd. W Bi Ki Che; Hb i 3 Kfc queried by We Gr Buhl al., cf. Gunkel Sch( "" u °' !3:, . . Bear, carry: a. lit., a load or burden (usu. ace.) Gn 37 s5 44 1 (both J), 45 s3 - 23 (E), iS io 3 - 3 - 3 Je io 6 I7 21S7 + very oft.; D?3 «W armour-bearer Ju g 54 1 S 14 1 + oft. S ; bearing weapons 1 Ch 5" 1 2 24 2 Ch 14"; La 3 s (b'V 'i fig.), Is 1 14 (fig., cf. d infr.) ; a load of care, responsibility Dt I 912 ; share a burden with -m ': Exi8 m (E; no ace); with '3, Kfc "33y» '1^3 Jb 7 13 my bed shall carry at (help carry) my grief, Nu 1 1 ' 7 ; take up and carry (idolatrous images) Am 5 26 Is 46'; bear ephod, 1 S 2 28 i4 s + v 18 (®), 22 18 (v. Dr in Hastings wet.™.) . in triumph Is 8 4 . b. esp. bear guilt, or punishment Gn 4 13 (J, W), oft. Ez HP: tp? '1 Lv5 117 7 18 Nu5 31 14* cf. i5 3l (all P), Lv 17 16 19 8 2o 171s (H) Ez 14 10 44 12 (cf. Hiph.Lv ' 8 ); EZ23 4 Ktpn '1 Lv 20 20 24 15 (H) Nu 9 13 (P), cf.

cf. HEiSs 'i 16 5 " 2 , Vp'l Pn 9 19 /3 abs.

9"; • « • f% 'i = be responsible for Ex 28 3S Nu i8 u cf. v 23 ; =bear guilt for others Lvio 17 16 22 (of goat ; + pN'i'N, cstr. praegn.), Nu 30 16 (all P), Ez 4 4 - 5 - 6 , cf. D3TM] '3 Nu 14 33 ; ttan >) l 8 5312, cf. vhn '3 v 4 ; also • < . PV3 '2 bear at (share in), Ez 18 1920 ' 20 . c. support, sustain, on (?V) wings Exig 4 Dt 32" Vr 9 i 12 (all fig.); land could not support them Gni3 6 (J), 36' (P). d. endure Je i5 16 3i 19 Ez 3 6 6 Jb 34 31 ^55 13 69 8 88 16 Pr 18 14 30 21 ; suffer, bear with, permit Jb 2 1 3 . e. bear, carry, Dn^j WB flXD Xf> Gn 43 34 (J) and they (indef.) carried portions from his presence unto them; carry gifts as tribute 2 S 8 26 ; later, bring an offering yfr 96 s = 1 Ch 1 6 s9 , Ez 20 31 (® Co rWN-U; Toy foil. MT). f. carry = contain, hold : bath to hold T y homer Ez 45". g. bear fruit, of tree Hg 2 19 Jo 2 s2 , fig. Ez 36 s ; boughs i7 23 (in fig.); produce, yield, of mountains Jb 40 20 yf/ 7 2 3 (both c. ? /or). . Take, take away: a. lit. c. JO 1 S 17 34 Nu 16 15 (unjustly), b. take away, carry off, Ju2i B iKi5 22 = 2 Chi6 6 , iKi8 ,2 La5 13 Mi 2 2 JC49 29 (b pers.), Is 40 24 4i 16 + ; take away head (-'SfD pers.) Gn 40 19 (v. supr.) ; sweep away = destroy Jb 32 s2 (cf. Niph. 4); life 2 S 1 4 14 . c. take away, guilt, iniquity, trans- gression, etc., i.e. forgive, c. ace. Gn 50 17 (E), Ex 3a 32 (E), io 17 34 7 (J), Nu 14 18 (JE), 1 S Ig». Ho 14 3 Jb 7 n (|| |iV fm)> + 32 s ; +*> pers. Mi 7 Mi b Gn 18 26 (J), 9 pers., ace. 01 Nu 14 19 (JE; || py nf)D), Ho i 6 Is 2 9 (prob. gloss.), i^99 8 ; c. ? of sin Gn 50 17 Ex 23 21 (both E), 1 S 25^ + 25 18 ; fty KBO Is 33"; "WJ PB'B 1^32'. [In this sense '} used in E ; rbo in D P ; both in J ; 'j also in early proph., S. and Jb, and in earlier and latest ^^ ; not in Je K Is 2 La Chr Dn, which use rta; v. Br HM - 155 .] d. take as wife (usu. c. ? for), late : Ezr 9 212 io 44 Ne 13* 2 Ch it* i3« 2 4 3 Ru i 4 . e. ta/ce an enumeration, usu. c. OT*I sum Ex 30 12 Nu i 2 - 49 4 222 26 s 32 2649 (all P); c. 1BDO Nu 3 40 1 Ch 27 s3 . f. take and carry away, receive, IK33 3 1 K s 23 V'24 5 ; hence, obtain favour (IDn, fH) Est 2 917 (both +*)&), 5 2 ( + VJ'pa). _ WBH^D FirrtK n'lNBT)!) Ez 17 9 (Co Berthol tfl nw Di^) is usu. rendered plucking it up (tearing it away) by the roots, but dub.; 'j not elsewhere in this sense. fNiph. Pf. W? Je5i 9 , 'S) consec. Ex 25 28 + ; 7m/>/. *<?>?? Is 4 o 4 ; 3 mpl. %*|! Ez i 19 - 20 - 21 , Mfe>r Je io 6 , 1K^ Pr 30 13 ; '3 fpl. mmm Is 49 22 > etc.; /w. Nfe>3rt ^ 7 7 94 2 , mpl. WtWI ^, 24 7 ; 7n/. Kfef PI Ez i 19 , sf. DK?' l ?n Ez I 21 ';' Pi. KtW Is 2 2 + , f. fWfeO IS30 26 , HStf? Zc 5 7 1 Ch 14 2 , etc.; — 2 S 19 43 is dub., and pt. (01» 1920 K6 1 - 632 ') inexplicable; rd. Kfr? (Inf. abs. Niph.) Dr (cf. Th), or nNBT) portion Gr HPS; >Ba SB90 thinks WHJR Inf. Niph. with compensative ending ; — 1. fee lifted up, a. lit. Zc5 7 Ez i 19 - 21 (both H? 1 ? ^?), v 19SOi!1 (all in vision), of valleys Is 40 4 ; of gates ^ 24 7 -f- v 9 b (rd. Niph.) ; of eyelids Pr 30 13 {supercili- ousness) ; metaph. of judgment on Babylon reaching up to the sky p$f) ; pt. = elevated, exalted Is 6 1 (of ^'s throne, in vision) ; of lofty hills Is 2 14 30 25 57 7 , cf. Mi 4 1 = Is 2 2 (ft?, lifted from out the hills), once of trees 2 13 (text dub.); gen., Is 2 12 . b. fig., be exalted, of kg., 2 Ch 32 s3 , kingdom 1 Ch 14 2 , servant of IS52 13 , himself 57 16 . 2. refi. lift oneself uj> = rise up, of '♦, to display power in judgment : Is 33 10 V'94 2 - 3- be borne, carried Je io 5 Ex

5 28 (P)> Is 49 22 66 12 . 4. be taken away, 

carried off, 2 K 20 17 (n loc.) = Is 39 s ; be swept away (of multitude) Dn n 12 (cf. Bev Behrm, Prince, v. also Qal 3; Ew Hi as 2, v. Dr). tPi. Pf. »m 2 S 5 12 , W) (anal, of n 'b)

S 19 43 1 K 9", NB'JI consec. Am 4 2 , etc.; Impf. 
ms. sf. W8W1 Est 3', D^pjl Is 63 9 ; 3 mpl. 

sf. WK$W Ezr'i 4 ; Imv. ms. tf. DK^3 V28 9 ; Pt. pi. ClVfSt? Je22 w + 2 t.; — 1. lift «;;=exalt, n*«?3

KWO kingdom 2 S 5" fll»ipn. 1 Ch 14 2 ), pers. Est 5" (7J)), cf. 3*j =support, aid, assist Ezr 8 M Est 9*; c. 2 aid with trees (supply with) 1 K 9", so Ezr i*. 2. fig. B»B3 '3 = desire, long, Je 22" 44". 3. carry, bear continuously Is 63', >//• 2 8 9 . 4. ta£e, takeaway 2 S 19 43 (7 for; but v. ITiph. supr.); Am 4 s (3 instr.; We Now 'K'^).— | Hithp. Impf. l*gi|P Nu 23 s4 ; 3 fs. NEW 24 7 ; 2 ms. Ntwnn Ez29 15 ; 3 mpl. >»fi) Dn 11"; 2 mpUKfin'n Nu 1 6 3 ; Inf. Kfewn Ez 1 7 14 Pr 30 32 ; Ft. KIOTO 1 K I s 1 Ch 29";— lift oneself up, like a lion Nu 23 s * (JE) ; pt. he who exalts himself 1 Ch 29 11 ( + ^" l 5' b^>) as human ruler (Kau), > (sc. rWB) of as ruler; Ew i160 " Ke Be as subst. [inf. of Aram, form], the exalta- tion; of a kingdom Nu 24 7 (JE), cf. Ez 17"; in arrogance 1K1 5 Nui6 3 (P; c. "PJ?), EZ29" (c. 5>J), Pr so 31 Dn ii". t Hipb.. Pf 3 ms. consec. 1. cause one to bear iniquity (2 ace.) Wfrnl Lv 22 16 . 2. appar. cause to bring, have brought, WB>rn 2S17" (c. ace. rei + ^S loc.), but very dub.; Ki Kit Bu Wfc^; HPS tt«m ; >w e ra'bn. nNfew 2 s 19 43 v. Ntw wipii. '[nN'liM] n.f. what is borne about; — pi. sf. TtlOtt% D^nid'O Is 46 1 , your things (formerly) borne about in procession (i. e. idols) are now loaded on beasts for exile. . WtW n.m. one lifted up, i.e. a chief • T 128 w -' prince ; — abs. '3 Ex 2 2 27 + ; cstr. N't?? Gn 23'+ ; pi. D'tOBO Jos 2 2 32 + , D'KB>3 Ex 34 31 -r 7 1., W^ Gni^ + 3 t., DNB>3 Ex 35 w ; cstr. '!<%: Ex l6 a +; sf. WfeO Ez 45 8 , JVK'bO Ez 32 s ', DnWBO Nu 17", DiWbO v 17 , etc.;— mostly in Isr. : 1. ^B5?3 '3 of any chief man, Ex 2 2 s7 (E; human ruler, over ag. Q'r6s). 2. of Solom. iKii". Elsewhere only Ez P Chr: — 3. of Abr. Gn 23", and heads of Ishmaelite tribes 17 20 25 16 . 4. rulers of the congregation, rnpn *%tyl Ex 16 22 Jos 9" 18 22 30 , .T1?3 'in 34", c f. 35* L v 4 » Jos 9 ubl "' J1 , 7 4 2 2 "•"•>«-■ (all P); esp. 5. tribal chiefs and representatives, ace. to the religious organization of P, Nui 16 - 44 2 , + 57t. Nu (esp. chaps. 2, 7, 34 ; note *feft Wtf tvm f); c f. iCb.2 10 4 s8 5" 7 40 2 Chi 5 , also 1KB 1 (prob. gloss, om. © Benz), 2 Ch 5* 6. in Ezek. : a. of Zedekiah (for ^bt}; v. Bohmer 8 "" 00 - 112 "-), 1 V 1 2 10 " 2 1", + 1 9 1 (rd. sg. © Ew Hi Co Berthol Toy), b. chief men of Judah 21 17 22" 45 s - 9 . C. future Davidic kg. 34" 37 s6 , cf. 44 3,3 + i6t. EZ45, 46, 48. d. foreign princes 26 16 27 s1 30" 32" 38 s3 39 118 . 7. leader of exiles re- turning under Cyrus, ace. to Ezr i 8 . 8. non- Isr. chiefs in P : Gn 34 s Nu 25 18 Jos 13 21 . f 11. [H^iEO] n.[m.] rising mist, vapour (Ar. '(jiS , *J~j) ; — only pi. D'WS vapours, forming clouds, and portending rain, Je io I3 = 5« 16 , *i35 7 . t3 , ^?Pr2 5 ». fn. t*WO n.m.* 38 5 load, burden, lifting, bearing, tribute; — 'o abs. Nei3 ,9 + ; cstr. 2K 5 ,7 + ; sf.'lKB'aEx23 s 4-2t.; D3NB>DDti 12 ; ONTO Nu4 27 +2 t.; — 1. load, burden of ass Ex 23* (E), mules 2 K 5 17 , camels 8 9 , cf. Is 46 12 ; hanging on a peg Is 22 s5 (fig.); forbidden on Sabbath Je if^-^ Ne 13 1519 ; fig. of people as burden Nu li nj * (JE), Dt i 12 , cf. "fy tb n;n 2 S 15 33 19 36 (-^K), also ty$ 7J "jrnjj ji, 7"'; of iniquities ^ 38 s .— Ho 8 10 rd. D'b>D, so © We Now GASm. 2. n. verb., lifting, uplifting, only DB>B3 'O Ez 24 s5 the uplifting of their soul, i. e. that to which they lift up their soul, their heart's desire. 3. n. verb., bearing, carrying, Nu 4 24 (+"£$), 2 Ch 20 2S 3 5 3 (*|n33), so prob.

Ch 1 5 22 - 22 - 27 (cf. Be Kau ; > singing, uplifting 

of voice, e. g. Ot) ; esp. of responsibility and duty of bearing sacred vessels (oft. ||rn'3$;, rni?B) Nu 4 ' 5 »"-w-« '» rnasj v 47 , "o nys&o v 31-32 . 4. perhaps what is carried, brought, i.e. tribute 'O IDS 2 Ch 1 7 11 silver as tribute ( + nn3D ; cf. Kfc"3 Qal; others, silver by the load, i.e. in great quantity). — 1. NSPD v. supr. p. 601 b. fin. N&tt n.m. 1 ' 1428 utteranoe, oracle (cf. V&tn 1 b (6) ; Gf ,e23 - 33 );— 'D abs. Is 14*+ ; usu. cstr. 1 3 1 + ; — of prophetic utterance:

K 9 25 Is I4 28 Ez 1 2 10 2 Ch 24 s7 (c. by); i>33 'D 

Is 13 1 , 3Kto 'D 15 1 , cf. 17 1 19 1 21 1 " 22 1 23 lT 30 ,, Na i 1 ; 3"I3?3 'O Is 2 i 13 is later ins. (Di); 'd = revelation, ti"23n p*j33n HJH IB* 'an Hbi 1 ; '« 'D utterance of* Je 2 3 33 - 3436 - 38S8 - 38 (cf. 2 K 9 s ), vid. also v 33 " (rd. N^I?n DRN), with word-play, _ B q. '•rifC31,v 36b ; "• "OT] / »Zc9 1 ( + pK3),i2 1 ( + ijX-)'^-by), Mai i 1 ( + 'b^-!?t!). — Pr 3 1 1 v. 1. WfQi p- 601 supr.; in 30 1 rd. N^l3t? from Massa (Miihlau, De), or 'XV®? (Wild), which however is perhaps not original, but borrowed from 31 1 (cf. Wild*""*- Frankenberg 81 *^ 6 ; cor- rupt name of Agur's home or tribe, Kau). NteB

nsffo t Nffift n.m. lifting up;— only cstr. D'JB '» 2 Ch 19" = regarding of persons (partiality, see /la (3); Ipntrnso). t n«©n n.f. the uplifted (cloud);— '0 133 Is 30 27 weight of uplifted clouds. T J1N&73 n.f. uprising, utterance, burden, portion (on format, cf. 01 * 109 * Sta* 272 " Ko n.1,183. p n (p u „) nas riNCD = payment, tax v. Lzb 326 );— abs. 'd Ju 2o 40 + ; cstr. nst'D Gn 43 s4 + ; pi. abs. riNfl? Gn 43 s1 , + (prob.) niNB-D La 2 14 (v. infr.); cstr. nk'fp Gn 43";— 1. <Aa< which rises, uprising, uplifting: a. i^V^ 'O Ju 20 38 uprising of smoke, cf. ('VH om.) v 40 . b. in gen. = signal Je 6 1 (= D3 Gf.). C. up- lifting of hands ( ,l ??) in prayer jr 141 2 (|| n?BJ|l). . utterance, oracle (=111. KB>1?), La 2 14 (Bu Lbhr). 3. burden Zp 3 18 (of reproach, fig.). 4. a. portion (carried to some one), esp. from table of king or superior, Gn 43 3434,34 (J; on custom v. Di and reff.), 2 S n 8 ; so rd. perh. also 2 S 1 9 43 (for MT TWS) Gr HPS. b. perh. also more gen., present, largess from a superior Je 40 5 ( + '"19™ food-allowance), Est 2 18 0]?? n "'-?)■ c - exacted or enforced gift, from inferior, "Q 'D Am 5 11 (cf. Ph. supr. ; v. also nm»). d. sacred contribution, tax nB*D 'D (") 1?y 2 Ch 2 4 6 - 9 . e. offering to *« Ez 20 40 .

L^^IV J n.m. loftiness, fig. of pride: — 

htip D;pe6 nbjTTDK Jb 20 6 (of wicked). t^S^ip n.pr.mont., i.e. Hermon, 1* in [to"in Kin Dt 4 48 (cf. Di Dr). TnSto n.f. 1. exaltation, dignity. 2. swelling. 3. uprising ;—'V abs. Gn4' + , cstr. Lv 1$*+; sf. irwfe> Jbi 3 » + ; to*^)4l»j — 1. dignity Gn 49 s (dignity of first-born), i//- 62 s , of Chaldeans Hb I 7 ; of God, his exalta- tion, loftiness Jb 13" 31 s3 . 2. swelling, erup- tion,"^? "tips Lv 13 2 (+nnBp, irjna), cf. 14 56 ( + id.); also I3 M -» JM », »2}n 'fe> v « (all P). . uprising, Jb 4 1 17 a< /«'s uprising the mighty are in dread. 4. Gn 4' is dub.; — is there not acceptance? @ 33 al. ; forgiveness X Holz al.; uplifting of countenance, cheerfulness, Ew De Ke Di Kau. t[3l£0] vb. only Hiph. reach, overtake (Ecclusi4 15 IT rUWm, 35 10 T rttOTM (cf. Schechter on 14"), cf. 3 infr.; ftt$rt3 re" 32'* shall obtain an answer; — Hiph. Pf 3 ms. yfrni consec. Lv 25", sf. i^ni consec. Dt 19 6 ;

ms. sf. D^?™ consec. Gn 44*, etc.; Impf. 

Vfe>: Lv 26 s , 3&n Gn 3 1 25 , sf. D3W'! Gn 44* etc.; /«/. a&*. JfR? 1S30 8 ; P<. 1W iSm 28 , sf. V#|pp Jb 4 1 18 ; f. nm Lv 14 21 1 Ch 21 12 (but rd. niVl OKI as || 2S24 13 We 8m Kit);— 1. overtake, c. ace, oft. after *|T1 : a. lit. Gn 31 2 * (E), 44 4 ' 6 (J), Ex 14' (P), 15 9 (song), Dt 19 6 Jos 2 s (JE), 1 S 30 8S - S 2 S 15" 2 K 25 s = Je 39 5 = 52 s , Ho 2 9 , cf. f 7" 18 38 (DTOEta} in || 2 S 22 s8 ), La i 3 (metaph.). b. fig. of battle Ho io 9 , sword Je 42 16 ; on 1 Ch 2i 12 v. supr.; of blessings Dt 28 2 , curses lbM , predictions Zc 1*, justice Is 59 9 , wralh of i^ 69 s5 , iniquities 40 13 , calamities Jb 27 20 . 2. a. reach, attain to, Jb 4 1 18 (if one) reach it (crocodile) with the sword (2 ace.) ; fig. paths of life Pr 2 19 , joy, etc., Is35 10 also 51 11 (Che"" B&tol, for MT fipfci Perles An,Uel " enM '«'f:, fr. n±>); of time Gn 47 s my days have not reached the days . . . of my fathers, cf. Lv 26 s5 . b. cause to reach, bring, put, Vr*t IT J^J 1 S 14 26 no one put his hand to his mouth, but rd. 3 , 55'p © X Klo Dr Bu Kit HPS Lbhr. 3. fig. IT Wfrn one's hand has reached, i.e. one is able, or has enough, Lv 5 11 (c. !>), 14 21 25 s6 - 49 ; c. ace. = able to secure, get 14**** 27 s Nu6 21 (all P), Ez 46 7 ; abs. ss gain (riches) Lv 25 47 (H). — Jb ' v, no. pt!?3 v. pjfef. "lfefj (/of foil.; NH 1D3 saw (Qal Pi.); AranOD3, -J^j saw; cf. Eth. (DVi: id.; Ar. AJL, : ■» n. a saw. t"l%t3 n.m. saw; — abs. Is io 16 .

1. [Nit/ jl vb. lend on interest, or usury, 

be a creditor (cf. Ar. Lli postpone, delay ; sell on credit; || form of I WJ, v. Ges i75o °);— Qal Pt. act. KSO (anal, n 'b) 1 S 22 2 every man that had a creditor; 13 KiM "IK'S Is 24 s against whom is a creditor, and pi. tTKtfJ Ne 5 7 Kt (D'BO Qr, from ntM), + ace. cogn. NBto. Hiph. 7m/>/ 3 ms. 13 3jfe( tOB^X? ^ 89 s3 an enemy shall not act the creditor against him, make exactions of him (|| Way).— 1 K 8 31 2 Ch 6 s2 v. x'cj Qal lb (5). tNtlfa n.m. N " 6,1 ° lending on interest, or usury; — Ne 5 7 (as ace. cogn.), v 10 . t[nS©C] n.f. loan (on pledge); — cstr. newt? mtin *$"ja ne>n '3 Dt 24 10 ; pi. D'aiiJ niNE>p Pr 22 26 <Aos« pledging (giving security for) debts. x x wra

nca + II. Nt^J vb. only Hiph. Hiph. beguile, T T deceive ; — (kindred with I. NIB*, from which, however, the forms can hardly be derived (conj. We°»»' ls )) ;— Hiph. Pf. 3 pi. W$ Is 19 13 the princes have been beguiled (|| vVfi, V?nn). Hiph. Pf. N^n Je 49 16 , sf. <W$h Gn'3 13 , •sjx^n Ob a ; 2 ins. nstfri J e 4 10 ; 3 pi. sf. ^W'^n C-V; 7»ip/. only juss. K^! 2 Ch 3 2 1S , so ^ 55 16 Qr (v. infr.); K#! 2K18 8 1836", sf. ^$1 2 K 19 10 Is 37 10 ; 2 mpl. IN&'n Je 37 9 ; /«/. abs. N#n Je 4 10 ; — beguile, usu. c. ace. pers. Gn 3 13 (J; not elsewh. Hex); Je40 18 Ob 37 ; IJ^TTB

K 19 10 let not thy God beguile tliee = Is 37 10 , 

of Hezekiah 2 Ch 32 15 (cf. infr.), W^pfe D3 , nB'p5 Je 37° do not deceive yourselves; also sq. b pers. D3? Ntfr^K 2 K 18 29 = Is 36" (= 2 Ch 32 15 , v.supr.), Je 2 9 8 ; £3l6 m&n R#n n ? r ? 4 10 'Aom Aas< utterly beguiled this people; iD^ DICK* ^ 55" Kt appar. =desolations (be) upon them.' (but elsewh. only in n.pr.loc, cf. p. 445 supr.), < Qr ttrfW ni» K>£ Ew 01 Pe De Now Hop , cf. @, let death (beguile them, i.e.) come deceitfully upon them/ Brull Che, cf. Bae, conj. plausibly ta$3>. DIB K^. TpXEJ'2 n.[m.] guile, dissimulation (> ace. to Lag BN196 der.fr. 88*19, lending on usury) ; pSB>53 nN3B> nBjn Yt26 w Aa«raZ may Aide jte 7 / with dissimulation. tjfimCJQ n.f.pl. deceptions jr 73" 74 s , but meaning not suitable ; read prob. DiNiB'O, v. HNiB't? sub K1B> (so Klo Now Hup Bae). III. [NEfa] /o^, v. II. TV1. t[2ttfa] vb. blow (NH = BH; £ 0#J (but also 3TI3), Syr. oj»j. all blow; || form of I? 1 ?);— Q al yJ / 3 fs - ^ 3 "vfj * ° n Is 4° 7 <Ae breath of* lias blown upon it. Hiph. Impf.

ms. D'" 1 2t5^ Jri47 18 Ae causes his wind <o 

Woic; Dns 3E^1 Gn 15" and he drove them away (perh. orig. blow away, drive away by blowing, or by a sound like blowing). +1. 71u2 vb. lend, become a creditor T T (cf. I. NW);- Qal Pf. 1 s. WB>3 Je 15 10 ; 3 pi. «*J v 10 ; PL np Ex 22" + 4 t.; pi. D'tfo Ne 5 io.ii + v ? Q r ( Kt &X.p, v. I. mi), sf. TiJ Is 50';— lend, usu. c. 3 pers.: yiflp P] WCO-^ Je 1 5 10 7 Awe wo< £en<, and they have not lent to me, Dt24 n Ne5 7 (Qr; + ace. cogn.), v 1011 (both + ace. rei) ; pt. as subst. creditor, usurer Ex 2 2 24 (E), 2K 4 1 Is 2 4 2 50 1 ^109". Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. 3 Hip? Dt 1 5 2 who lendeth to his neighbour; 2 ms. 3 n& ! ri 24 10 wlien thou lendest to thy neighbour ( + ace. cogn.). t ["'©:] n.[m.] debt;— only sf. 2 fs. "O'EO Kt, T^f? Qr 2 K 4 7 (so Baer ;. van d. H. Ginsb rim) pay 1?o)#) thy debt. t[n^D] n.m. loan;— only cstr. ^>3 BIBB* WJTO Tfl -fX IT nt?>B ^g Dt 15 2 every pos- sessor of a loan of his hand shall renounce what he lends to his neighbour (cf. Dr). fll. [Jlttfj] vb. forget (NH id.; As. niSttu perh. forgottenness Dl HWB486 ; Aram. NB>3 (esp. Ithpe., Aph.), Ju forget ; Ar. ^S forget, neglect; cf. Eth. MlA?: ignoscere, con- donare, indulgere Di <ra ) ;— Qal P/. 1 s. WB>31. KBO D3nN Je 23 s9 I will forget you finally (but ©93® Che Gie *TO^, sq. ^fBJl as V s8 b , v. in. K&D) ; rote WtfJ La 3 17 1 have forgotten prosperity; Impf. 1 s. ^B^ shall I forget 1 i.e. overlook, rd. by We Mi 6 10 plausibly for MT^fcO ; in/. 06*. tfe>J (K ^ J e 23 s9 (v. supr.). Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. sf. Wjfi Is 44 21 thou shalt not be forgotten of me, but dub.; Ges ,u> ifm (Qal); Che 8 . 1 " 'JWan (cf. Dt 32 15 ). Pi. >/. 3 ms. sf. ,| 3E'3 G1141" (E) £<)<£ hath made me forget + ace. rei (— in 1st syllable only here, infl. of n#e Ges 552m ). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. sf. ntfn HD3n Jb 39 17 God caused her (the ostrich) to forget wisdom, i. e. did not endow her with it. Impf. "|B 1? Hj£ Jb 1 1 6 Eloah allows a part of thy guilt to be forgotten thee, i.e. does not reckon it to thee in full (© = nibvo <£ niB* 131J?3 [Du] there is equivalent to thee from Eloah, ace. to thine iniquity, cf. Bi Che Jol " u " JSo1 -; Bu reads ilB'i for nu^ • Du rejects ver. as gloss). tn ft ©3 n.f. forgetfulness, oblivion, '3 fft yjf 8S l3 T^n), designation of b)Xf (cf. v 1112 ). t1^ ,, ©^^ ,7 i s • , n.pr.m. 1. t*n# rOfc T ■ ' T ' • T

2 7 (van d.H. v 6 ) one of David's heroes, © lrja-ov- 

vtt, A Ito-ta, ©L Uaa-ovt. 2. DJ?^, a man of Issachar I Ch 7 3 , © Eto-m, Uam, ®L laaia (and so in foil.). 3. Levites : a. 1 Ch 23 s0

4 2526 . b. 1 Ch 24 21 , © I(ma, etc. 4. one 

of those strange wives Ezr io 31 , © Ua(r(()ia. TV£2 xx.[m.] a vein (or nerve) in the thigh (etym. dub.; on format, cf. Lag 1 "" 50 ; Ar. Cj appar. the portion of tlie principal vein of the leg which ia in the thigh, vulg. sciatic vein, or (mod.) sciatic nerve and even sciatica, Lane 3<m ) ;— only n$n T5 Gn 32 s " </<e sinew of the thigh-vein (or thigh-nerve, T30 nr^? ■e ? «|) ) cf. v 33 ".— On sacredness of thigh, cf. IiS 8 « ml - 36<);2o,, ' !d - 3!!0 Ve H,ldaM . O^ v. nU^X p. 61 supr. t "?Tt£0 vb. bite (NH = BH, but also transp. B03 Hiph.); As. nasdku D1 HWB486 ; S 71*33 (esp. of snakes); Syr. ka>, Ui 1; Eth. MiuDi"; Ba zKOxiiii <««.). las cp Ar £J^ undo breads, untwist rope, disintegrate, dissolve); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. WJ Nu2i 9 , sf. .3B/31 consec. Am 5", D3f>M consec. 9 s ; /mp/. 3 ms. ^ Ec io 11 , Offi Pr 2 3 32 , sf. «3£ Ec io 8 ; Pfc ac«. tJgfJ Gn 49 17 ; pi. DBO Mi'3 5 , sf. T^F 3 Hb2 7 ; pass. Iptf} Nu 2 1 8 ; — to, chiefly of serpent, c. ace, Am 5 19 9 3 Gn 49 17 (poem in J), Nu 2 1 8 (pt. pass., abs.), v 9 , Ec io 8 also v 11 (abs.), Pr 2 3 32 (sim. of wine); fig. of prophets Dn , 3K'3 '3H Mi 3 s who are biting with their teeth, and crying, Peace ! fig. of oppression, etc., T?F 3 Hb 2 7 (with play on • sense thy debtors, those that give thee interest). Pi. Pf. 3 pi. D;ns O^J] Je 8 17 and they shall bite you fatally (fig.); Impf. 3 mpl. 13^'ri DynTlf? Nu 2 1 6 and they bit the people fatally (both of serpents). t TIC'S n.[m.] interest, usury (lit. something bitten off) ; —'3 abs. Ex 2 2 24 + ; cstr. Dt 23 20 ; — c. "i>y &V Ex 22 24 (E); c. JO npb Lv 25 s6 , |? 3'B>n Ezi8 17 , n^ 22 12 (no prep.), ^33 LV25 37 at interest, so f 15 5 Ez i8 8 - 13 ; '3? Pr 28 s by usury; asacc.cogn.Dt23 20 - 20 - 20 . t["ntT3] vb. denom.. pay, give interest (cf. Gerber Verb " de " om - 89 );— Qallmpf. 3 ms. !$ Dt 2 3 20 interest of anytliing off which one giveth interest (cf. Dr). Hiph. make one give in- terest; Impf. 2ms.!|W Dt23 20 ( + acc. cogn.) v 21 - 21 , all c. *? pers. t IT3tifc n.f . chamber (rare || of ilSB^, q. v. ; cf. W 8 ° OT );— ahs. '3 Ne 13 7 , sf. in3B>3 Ne 3 30 , both rooms of individuals ; pi. abs. niSEO 1 2 44 (Chr) = treasuries, storehouses. t/lu J vb. 1. intrans. slip or drop off; - T also trans.: 2. draw off. 3. clear away (NH ?B ; 3 prob. intrans., Qal not used, but n. ifytfl a falling off, etc.; Pi. Hiph. cast off, let

rtovtin 

fall off, Niph. be cast off, fall off; Z Aph. T/H cast out (fr. house) ; Ar. J-U excidit pluma, etc. ; but also trans., avis mutavit rejecitque plu- mas (Frey); — JJLi celeriter extraxit, etc., is denom. fr. loan-word ace. to Frii 88 ); — Qal Pf. ^BOl consec. Dt7'+ 2 t; Impf. 3 ms. b& Dt 28 40 ; Imv. ms. bv Ex 3 s J0S5 15 ;— 1. slip or drop off, ryn-|t? ->r)3n bgljjj Dt 19 5 and tlie iron slippeth off from the wood (i.e. axe-head from helve); ^ ?& Dt 28 40 thine olives sliall drop off (ahs.). 2. draw off sandal fr. (/V®) foot Ex3 5 (E), Jos5 15 (JE). 3. clear away nations T3BJ? Dt 7 122 . Pi. Impf 3 ms. b&M 2 K 16 6 he cleared- the Jews entirely -out of (ff?) Elath. tEDttfo] vb. pant (NH in nn. HD^3, HOB/3, % XOfl, KnoE 1 }; late Aram. Ithpe.; Syr. pL» breathe, blow; Ar. 1 iT.j gently breathe (of wind), etc. ; v. seek a thing with labour and persever' ance (Lane 3032 ); I^U a soul, Lane ib ) ; — pant, of the deep and strong breathing of a woman in travail; Qal Impf 1 s. Dt5>£ IS42 14 . t TVyr'l n.f. breath ;— '3 Dt 2 o 16 + 9 1. ; cstr. HOBO (cf.Lag BN82 ) Gns'+iot.; sf. ^DfS Jb27 3 ; innBO Jb 34 14 ; pi. ni»E>3 Is 57 16 ;— . breath of God as hot wind kindling a flame Is 30 33 ; as destroying wind 2 S22 18 = f 18 16 , Jb4 9 ; as cold wind producing ice Jb 37 10 ; as creative, giving breath to man Jb 32 s 33 4 . . 6reai/io/man 1 K i7 17 Is 42 s Jb 2f Dn io 7 ; breath of life D"n TOBO Gn 2 7 (J); cf. Wl TOBO D^n Gn 7 22 (J) ; as breathed in by God it is God's breath in man Jb 34" 36-*; and is characteristic of man 1SK3 HOBO nE>K DIN Is 2 M man in whose nostrils is but a breath (late gloss). 3. syn. HOB'S ?3 B>B3 every breathing thing Dt20 16 Josii^iKis 29 ; HDB'jn-.'? Jos io 40 + 150 6 ; niOBO Is 57 16 . 4. sp?'ri'< of man, || nil, DIK '3 " 13 Pr 20 27 </i« spin'* o/»n<m ts a Zawip o/' "JTOE?2n n.f. an animal;— 'n Lv n 18 , nn^n ' Lv 1 1 30 Dt 14 16 : — 1. unclean bird, the iftia, water-hen, © iropfyvpiav, (ace. Tristr NHB249 ); or species of 010Z (Di Bu SS); pelican (Ges): Lvn' 9 = Dti4 16 . 2. unclean HF Lv 1 1 30 , feard (Saad Tristr NHBI2 °), or chameleon ^ Bo Hi.roi.i.ioTOfr. ! ^.B M enm.ii.Bosff.^ g0 most . ( t i er j v . ing name from alleged living on air, Plin NH *'"■ 5 '; but this not applicable to 1 ; cf. Lag B!U30C ). x x 2 t)V)

"MM t*]^ vb. blow (NH = BH; Chr.-Pal.- Aram. *I> Schwally""*- 58 ; Ar. JLU (vulg.) id. (Dozy 11667 ; on usu. mng. of. Wetzst ZPV I,T - ') ; || form of 3t?3, cf. Jen ZA " a889 ^ ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. DH3 '3 Is 40 24 Ae Aa<A blown upon them (of ^ under fig. of wind); 2 ms. 'JO'TO PSBO Ex 1 5 10 (song). T ?|t!?j n.m. twilight (prop, twilight-breeze, cf. Di»n m-ii> Gn 3 s ; NH id.; % •£&, KS^3) ;— '3 abs. i S 3o' 7 +, 1^3 Je 13 16 ; cstr. Is 21 4 ; sf. 1E^3 Jb3 9 ; — 1. evening twilight 2 K 7 s ' (cf. DTP v 12 ); opp. "ij£l Is 5 11 ; time of concealment Jb24 16 Pr7 9 ( + 'DfP 3-iy, IT^WO rM fie»K, to emphasize sin that shuns the day); of refresh- ing Is 2 1 4 ( , i??'n '3) ; of stumbling, in dim light Is59 10 (opp. cnnx), so 1^3 nn Je 13 16 (both fig.); teE>3 naia Jb3 9 the stars of its twilight (i.e. of night of Job's birth).— so 3^"T?1 '*TO Drnnoj) 1 s 30 17 Kb Kit HPS (rd. rjo'-inr6 for 'rsob, AVe Kit Bu); Th, after Luth, sub 2, BO Buhl 1 ** SS; Lbhr allows either. 2. morn- ing twilight Jb 7 4 (opp.2'1J'), appar. also ^ 1 1 9 147 . trfltf£ and (Is 34 11 ) FffaJ^ n.[m.] a bird (with harsh, strident note ? Bo BJ rra -"- 284; ">■»<«»■»■

  • •*, Tristr NHB192 think of ^3— i.e. a tatfftpfa

bird; on format. cf.Lag BN127 Ba"* 231 );— unclean Lvii 17 Dt 14 16 ; inhabiting deserts Is 34 11 . Prob. a kind of owl Bo l ' c- , ' Great Owl' Egyptian Eagle-owl (bubo ascalaphus) Tristr 1-0- cf. <SX Di Dr-White Hl " (Lv), >© OS Lv Is ibis. f I. pt£0 vb. kiss (NH id., As. nas6.hu, % pH5»J, pCO, Syr. >al>, fo«s (orig. smell [J4I] ace. to L il g I,oy - p, * I '- 8 '* c - 24f ): Ar. JJJ is /<wrfe» together, arrange in order, Eth. "MM": pt. ordine dispositus, apte sertus Di 641 , poss. akin to II. ptw) ;— Qal i J /. 3 ms. '3 1 K iq 18 2 S 15 5 ; 3 fs. np^3 Pr7»; 3 pi. lpe>3 ^85"; /mp/. Pf. Gn 4 1 40 , p#>! 2 7 w + ; sf. <?j?# Ct i 2 ; 1 s. cohort. -np,S>K 1K19 20 ; 3 mpl. PPJ5* Ho 13 2 , etc.; Tmu. n^ Gn 27 26 ; Inf. cstr. ~pfi 2 S 20 9 ;— kiss, usu. c. ? pers. : Gn27 2627 29" 50 1 Ex 4 s7 (all J), Gn 4 '8 10 Ex 18 7 (both E), 2 S 15 6 14 83 19" 20 9 1 K 19 20 Pr 7 ,a Ru i 914 ; so of idol- worthip 1 K 19" (cf. We 8kllMnl,, - 1,16!H «' d - 109 ), cf. 'bS» TJ P#™ Jb 3 1 27 anii my hand hath kissed my mouth; rarely c. ace. pers. 1 S 20 41 (B^N

  • WTt*(f), ff. per?. 1 S 10 1 Ct i J ( + nipw>), 8',

also Gn 33 4 'np^l (J ; Holz E ; wd. suspicious, Di rejects) ; Ih. EyJJj Ho 1 3' calves do they kiss; P& D^ns^ Pr2 4 26 lips he kisses; abs. ^85" (fig., recipr.).— Rfc T?"^5? Gn 41 40 is dub., Di ' to thy mouth all my people shall yield ' (fit, adapt themselves, cf. Ar. V ), so Kau Buhl Ux , but this meaning uncertain, and text perh. cor- rupt, v. Di Holz). Pi. Impf. 3 ms. pt?3?l Gn 32 1 45 15 , "P^?;i 29"; Imv. mpl. ~*pf) ^ 2 12 ; Inf. cstr. p$3 Gn 3 1 28 ; — kiss = Qal : c. ? pers. Gn 29" (J), 31 28 32 1 45 15 (all E) ; 13^3 ^ 2 n is dub., cf. 1. 13 p. 135 a supr. Hiph. Pt. nip^BT? Ez 3 13 of wings of cherubim, gently touching each other (c. ""?*?)• t[n^©:] n.f. kiss;— only pi. cstr.: *$f>. VM nip'Vap Ct i 2 ; N3.YE> tfp^ Pr 27* kisses of an enemy. j- II. [pli'j] vb. exact meaning uncertain; prob. either handle, or be equipped with (cf. perh. Ar. J-1J, etc., sub I. ptw) ;— only Qal Pt. pi. cstr. 'ptW :— DB*p '3 i Ch 1 2 2 equipped with the bow, so 2 Ch 17' 7 ( + RO); flB-p "pin '3 ir 78 s is difficult, 'i appos. of '1 ace. to Hup- Now Bae al. (Ges !130e ); del. *tfn as explan. gloss Hup Hi Che Kau ; del. ver. as gloss Hup Kau Bae. t.< .< ptl"0, plM n.[m.] equipment, weapons (coll.), armoury; — abs. p5?3 Ez39 9 +2t., PP?} 1K10 25 2Ch 9 24 , PBO 2 Kio 2 +2t., cstr. '3 Is 22 8 , '3 Jb 20 24 ; — 1. equipment, weapons 1 K io 26 2 K io 2 Is 22 s 2 Ch 9 24 Ez 39 9 (gen. term, foil, by specif.), v 10 ; ^na '3 Jb 20 24 ( &m n^p); P?J3 OY 1 jf 140 8 i.e. day of battle; so '} alone Jb 39 21 . 2. appar. armoury Ne 3 19 . tltW n.m. DtS2U griffon-vulture, eagle (NH id.'; As.nasru; £*")•#; Syr. )i*J; Ar. T.U vulture (Lane 2780 ), vulg. ^Li; Eth. "JflC: Di 641 ; Sab. 1D3 n.pr. dei, and nD3 }JT , a DHM MG III! (1875), 600 i IIJITll (1883), 356 . „jL /, TJ gl . . ^3 Dt 28 49 + ; pi. &lf* 2 S i 23 + , cstr. *3f5l La 4 19 ; — sts. (perhaps not always) the griffon- vulture (Tristr NHBmt Dr^^Now*"* 1 - 84 Lane 278 °), Mil 16 (bald, in sim.), flying swiftly to prey Hb 1 8 Jb 9 26 , cf. Pr 30 17 p-p.a), unclean Lvii 13 Dti4 12 ; soaring Jb39 27 , also in sim. Pr 23 s Is 40 s1 Ob 4 , building nest high Je 49 16 (cf. also Jb 39 s7 ) ; as swift also 2 S i 23 , esp. of Bab. and Assyr. invader Je 4 13 La 4 19 , cf. Ho 8 1 Dt 28 49 Je 48 40 49 s2 (all in comparisons), i>i"l3ri -iK>an Ez 17 3 (fig. of Nebuch.), v 7 (fig. of rnM

king of Egypt) ; leaving no trace of flight Pr 30"; as renewing youth (by moulting) V' 103 5 ; ns training and supporting its young Ex 19 4 (E), Dt 32 11 (song) ; 'i *%f of cherubim in vision Ez i 10 io 4 . — Only Mi i 16 seems to compel ref. to vulture (on eating fresh carrion by eagles v. reff. in Di L " 11,13 ), and '} may be a more comprehensive word, inch both vulture and eagle. tJ"lt£0 vb. be dry, parched;— Qal Pf 3fs. Wffljfj M$KB DjlB^ Is 41" (on D. f. affect. v. Ges**"); also fig. DJTVQ3 nn#J J e 51 s9 , their might is dry, i.e. fails. Niph. Pf. 3 pi. consec. DjriB DWnKty Is 1 9 s and water shall be dried up from the sea; cf. Impf. 0*P ^B>n3? Je i8 14 , where read prob. VT^R (Gf Gie al.).' " t|irnp3 n.[m.] letter (usu. der. fr. Pers. ^4$ 'JiSj i.e. writing, Hoffm ZAi,(1887 > M yet cf. Meyer J ' uden,hum22 );— abs. 'j Ezr 4 7 f "2H2 (-/of foil.; Ar. ^Jl swell forth, be- come prominent, protuberant, Lane 2 ' 60 ). taTO a.m. Jb28 ' 7 path, pathway (as raised);— abs. '3 Jbi8 10 +3t.; cstr. 3'ri3 ^ 1 1 9 s5 ; sf. 3 fs. HZPrD Pr 1 2 s8 (si vera 1., v. infr. ; on om. of Mappik v. Ges' 91 ", v. infr.); — path Jb 18 10 (fig.), 28 7 4i M (track); + 78 60 (fig.); sj^niXD STO 1/^ 1 19 35 the path of thy commands; niCTPS naVB ^-n Pr 1 2 s8 *A<? journey of her pathway is no-death/ (|| D^O niJ-JX niN3) Ew Be De, v. ?K p. 39 a supr. ; others rd. "PX, and either transl. '3 by-paths (Hi Str), or sub- stitute a syn.of 'wickedness' (cf.NowFrankenb; Perles A "" el " en87£ O^n? after Levy chWB1 - 28b ). tn^ri? n.f. id.;— abs. '3 Is 43 16 , sf. »0?9J ^30"+ 2t., Dn^n: p rI i* ; p i. a bs. niTra Pr8 2 +; cstr. id. Jb 3 8 M + ; sf. Tja-ru Jb 19 8 La 3», Vnb'n? Jb 24 13 , etc. ;— path: 1. lit. •gSh riiD'Oi Ju 5 6 goers on paths, i.e. travellers, Pr 8 2 Is '58" (Oort Lag Klo rtirnj but against this Du) ; path through sea Is 43 16 (in fig.) ; of path to house of (personif.) light and darkness Jb 38 s0 . 2. oft. |l im : a. = course of life Jb 19 8 30 13 La 3» * 1 19 105 142 4 , of Isr. Ho 2 8 ; of path of God's appointment Is 42 16 . b. of moral action, and character : paths of wisdom Pr 3 17 , justice 8 20 (|| n^S niN) ; light Jb 24 13 ; nbiy '3 Je 6 16 (II 3itan fjf) ; path of wicked Pr i 15 , Is 59 8 (crooked), path of adulteress Pr 7^; niaw Je 18" is rendered 'by-paths,' by Gf Eothst al. ; < Gie makes cstr. bef. foil. t6 fj$ nW>D — nyw p r 12 28 v. 3*flJ. t[n/lj] vb. only Pi. cut up, out in pieoes, divide by joints (Dr 18I,,T ; NH id., Pi.; rare);— Pi. Pf. nn? Lv 8 20 , nPW consec. Lv i 612 ; Impf. 3 ms. row 1 k 18 s3 , sf. wm;i

S 11 7 , nnri?^. Ju 19 29 , etc.; — cut up, cat in 

pieces, c. ace. of animals 1 S 1 1 7 , of woman Ju 20 6 (all these to be sent about as token for assembling warriors ; on signif. of the practice cf. RS 8MQ, - 383 ' 2,,dod - 402 ); elsewh.usu.+ D'Tirob, C ut up into pieces, of woman Ju 19 29 ; of sacrificial animals 1 K i8' ;3:i3 (ace. only), Ex 29 17 Lv I 612 8 20 (all P). tnp5 n.m. E * 24 ' 4 piece of a divided car- cass (Ecclus D'nriJ 50 12a ); — abs. '3 Ez 24 4 ; pi. owo Jui9 29 +2t.; sf. vnrn Ex29 1717 +2 1., iTriru l v i 6 + 3 t.; — usu. pi. pieces: of meat in a caldron (symbol, of Jerusalem) Ez 24 4 ' 4 (sg. only v 4b ), v 6 - 6 ; of sacrif. animals Ex 29 ,7b Lv i 8 8 Mb 9 13 ; elsewh. 'J? after vb. nn? (q.v.): of woman Ju 19 s9 ; Ex 2 9 17 » Lv i 612 8 20 *. t["!TJnJ] vb. pour forth (intrans.), be poured out (NH id., Niph. flow, Hiph. melt (trans.); As. nat&ku,flow D1 HWB487 Jager BAfl "- 292 ; 'X Aph. pour out, esp. melt; Zinj. nanv (Haph.) Nb 2 " 011 ""^ 93 98 Cook 83 ; Syr. y & (rare) PS 2480 );— Qal Impf. 3 fs. TF

Je42 18 

+ 3 1., ^inni Je 44 6 Dn 9"; 3 mpl. «n>l Jb 3 34 ; —pour forth, alw. fig., ^30 D^a 'n»l Jb 3 M and my groans have poured forth like water ; usu. of divine wrath (m?n) Je 42 18 (c. vj? pers.), 44 6 (abs.), 2 Ch 12 7 34 s5 (both c. 3 loc. against); cf. also Dn 9 11 v 27 (both c. ~^5? pers.). Niph. Pf. 3 ma. Tina Ex 9 s3 + 2 t.; 3 fs. nsro Na i 6

Ch 34 21 , nanji consec. Ez 24 11 ; 2 mpi Dnanji 

Ez 22 21 ; Pt. f. nanj J e 7 20 ; — 6e poured, of rain, ninx Ex 9 ffl (J)', cf. Dn^J| t3)0 '3 2 S 21 10 ; be poured out, of wrath of Na i 6 (abs.), Je 7 20 (c. -b$ loc), 4 2' 8 (c. "^ pers.), 2 Ch 34 21 (c. 3 pers.) ; be poured forth i.e. melted, annihilated in the midst of (?pn3) the fire of 'i's fury Ez 22 21 (subj. persons), so 24 11 (subj. impurity, fig. of caldron). Hiph..P/.3mpl.*)Dfn-nK ^12y U'nn 2 K 22 9 thy servants have poured out the money (||2 Ch 34 12 infr.); 1 s. D2HK "ronn} consec. Ez 22 20 and I will melt you (fig. of judgment); Inf. cstr. Tnjiip Ez 2 2 20 in order to melt it (i.e. metal in furnace; Co after ® <5 reads tinanb JTipIi. Inf., so Berthol, cf. Toy); Impf. 3 mpl. OW 2 Ch 34 17 (|| 2 K 22 9 supr.); W£j

  • jg»^in 3^rD Jbio 10 rfos< (=dklst) <Aom wo<
w«r nie out like milk ? (of beginnings of life).

m Hoph. Impf. 2 mpl. Win |3 Ez 2 2 2 shall ye be melted (fig. of judgment). t'SR.nn n.[m.] a melting (Hophal-format., dissim. from !JWJ, ace. to Ba NB » 102d );— cstr.

  • W3 1JuT2 S|D3 1WH3 EZ22 22 ft/fce a melting of

silver in a smelting-pot. r)2 vb. give, put, set (Ecclus ]T)i

19 +oft.; OHeb. IfT-JW n.pr.m. Lzb 327 ; NH 

= BH; Ph. fJV, JflJ in n.pr. runo, etc., Lzb 292 ' 327 ; As. naddnu D1 HWB4S0 (rarely tte« Id 1 "- 488 ); Zinj. jnj, also in n.pr., Lzb 327 Cook 84 ; Nab. Impf. jw, and n.pr.; Palm., also n.pr. Lzb'°- Cook 1 -'-; Xlmpf. R?*, Inf. |nj?; Sab. |TU Hal' 54 , Lih n.pr. 7JJ33n3 [North-Sem. form] DHM E "» r - D«»km.8o.No.3s. chr Pal Aram ^ ( rare ) Schwally id.o.,68. Syr. Impf. ^^', Inf.^££ Lindberg V.r B ,.S.m.Gnun.93f. )butMand _ ^ No" M );— Qal,, 17 Pf.'i Gn2 4 53 +; 2 ms. nn; Jui5 18 +, nnns Gn 3 12 + , nnn 2 S 22 41 (defended as vulg. form with aphaer. of '3 by Th Ges L « b139 Ew 5195b Ko '• 30 ° De+ 18 - 41 al.; < txt. err. for nnru ( s0 || + , g 41 ) 01J 89 sta* I27b Ges> 191 (hesitantly), Klo BuLbhr HPS, cf. Hup-Now* 18 - 41 ); 2 fs. nnj Ez 16 3336 , 'WJJ v 18 , sf. ViWi? v 19 ; 1 s. WJ Ju i 2 + , etc.; /wp/ JW Gn43 14 + , m 1 5'° + ; sf. 3 ms. U3J* Lv 5 24 Ec 2 21 ; 1 s. ?riK Gn i2 7 + ; 1 pi. RJJ 34 2 ' + , TW Ju 16 6 , etc. ; Imv. ms. |§ 2 K 4** + , "jn Gn 14 21 , njn 1 S 2 15 + , sf. vijn Ne 1" 1 Ch 2i M ,n|?n iSai 10 ; &.'JH Gn 3 o 14 '+,W.Is43 6 ; mpl. Wn Gn 3 4 8 + ; Infa bs.^Dt igl+J™ Nu 2i 2 + ; cstr. fh3 20 21 , "fro Gn 3 8 9 , jnnj) 1 K 6 19 (but read nnS'so Ol^Ges* 671 Benzj, }nn also 17 14 Kt (Qr nri) — >these forms retained byEw* 238 ' Kb 1 - 305 ;— nri Gn4 12 +, esp. nn^> 15 7 + , "nn^» Ju 2 1 18 , -nr6 Ex 5 21 (so Ginsb, van d. H. "nr6,cf.also Ki in Ko 180 *') + ; sPWI Gn29 19 + , inn Dti5 10 +,etc; Pi. ;nb j u 2i 18 + ,etc.;— 1. give : a.=give personally, deliver or hand to, c. ace. rei + 7 pers. i S io 4 22 10 2 K 22 10 Lv5 1, (P)22 ,4 (H) Eu 4 7 + oft.; in trade Pr 31 M ; _ 7N pers. Gn 2i 14 (E), Je 3 s Lv 15" + oft.; ex- plicitly T3 '3 Dt 24 1 3 (bill of divorce); c. ace. rei alone Ju 5 s . h. — bestow upon, c. ace. rei + 7 pers. Gn24 u (J) 2o 18 (E) i 29 (P) + oft.; an understanding heart 1 K 3 912 , blessing Dt 12 15 , mercy i3 18 ,cf.Jei6 13 42 12 ;strengthDt8 18 ^68 36 ; the sabbath Ex 16 29 (J) Ez 20 12 ; = procure for (£) one 1S17 10 1K21 7 ; *2»5> EWWT1 Qs) |* Gn 43 14 (J) he will give you compassion in the eyes of the man (cf. also 2 b, 3 b); give persons 46 1825 (P); of Levites given to (?) Aaron and his sons Nu 3" cf. 8 19 , to *» 8 16 cf. 18 6 (all P); esp. of s giving land to Abr. and his descen- dants Gni5 18 26 4 (J) I7 8 (P) Ex6 8 (P; +n?r|it3) + oft. (pt. in this sense 37 t. Dt.), +mnEhb Dt 3 >8 +; ^>n VVlb inn-bNPr 3 i 3 ; -rf»of source |3 *|j> H3QO 'nnj Gni7 16 (P); c. ace. alone ifV6i 6 Eci2 7 (D 11 " 1 ); give something to (?) one for (7) sthg., in some capacity, ^"nyb 17 '3 VPiK-73-nt* Gn 27 37 + ; prob. also B*tf"l Woa '3 f6g"Hhey gave, as my food, gall (3 essentiae), cf. supr. 3 7 c, Hup-Now* 4100 -; ace. + inf. 73^ Drib 'Jryj 03^ 1)2) Gn 28 20 (J), cf. Ex 16 15 (P), Ne is-'so. D-iawo nito? d^jti ■ nynij 37 dd? '3 t6 y , •- : t : :- •- •• : c -t •■ •; r ybE'p Dt 2Q 3 . Esp. C. give woman to (?) man as (7) wife, Gn 2Q 28 (E), 34 812 (J). Jos i5 1617 (JE), =Ju i 12,3 + ; without 2nd 7 Gn 2 9 1919 (E), Gn 38 21 Ex 2 21 (J), Gn 34 9 - 1416 (P), Ju 15 26 + ; c. ace. alone, Gn29 26 (E), 1S25 44 . d. of (gracious) bestowals of various kinds: give= grant, send rain, M'Cf? Lv 2 6 4 (H), CDS-lK-iCODt 1 1 14 ," 1 ?? ^2f]K-7y 1 K 8 36 , etc.; also of sending plague of hail Exq 23 (E); send herbage (3^5?) in (3) your field for (?) your cattle Dt n 15 ; grant a remnant to (?) Judah Je4o"; "n« *b ^nnsi 77^7 I^B? 45 6 and I will grant tliee thy life as spoil; grant revenge (ace.) to (?) the king on (it?) Saul, etc. 2 S 4 8 , cf. ^ niD|J3 |n3[l 7KH 2 S 22 48 =-f 18 48 ; other gifts Ju 15 1 ' 8 p!3), 1 S 1" (?), Ku 4 13 . e. grant a request, lySe* 1 S i' 17 - 27 Est5 3 ^io6 l0 ( + 7 pers.) , nE>i33 Ezr 7'", ni!<n Pno 24 , (VBn) 1^? fMo 9 , nipn Jb6 3 , m^ nSKB-o ^37 4 , c f. nnynjsi'Oi Dsb ** jn^ Bu I 9 . Esp. tf. fffi ,{ ? w^o M7i'W jfire or grant, in expressions of wish =s O that (I had ! etc.; = As. monntt inamdin Jager BAS "- 279 ), esp. (9 t.) Jb.: c. ace. 3$ WQ Dt 28 s7 cf. v 67 , Jb 14 4 f i4 7 =53 7 . 55 7 Je 9 1 ; c. 2 ace. D'K'M *• D5T73 Nu n 29 (JE), lit. who will make all « people 2 >rophets? cf. Je 8 13 ; c. ace. +3, '? nx? ^ V Ct8 l , cf. Jb2 9 2 ; c. ace. + 3, 'Tja nn DV"nx Ju 9 s9 that this people were in my charge/ c. ace. + p Jb3i 35 , lit. who will give to me (v) one hearing me? also 'Spn? M3 Is 2 7 4 where sf. appar. ="'!'; c. inf. WniO » 'D Ex i6 3 (P), co V*

ire

S 19 1 , lai ni?N ?n? <p Jb 1 i 5 ; c. impf. nur 

, ri?NS' Jb 6 8 that my request might come to pass/ I4 13 3i 31 ; impf. +1 it) 23 -**; c. pf. 'njJT 23 s that I knew! ( + inKYpw) ; c . pf. consec. Dt 5 26 t. g. permit, c. ace. + inf., J/lO? T 7 ™"^ tfyt Gn 2 o 6 (E), cf. 3 i 7 (E) Ex 3 19 (J) Nu20 21 2 1 23 (JE) -f oft.; c. ? pers. + inf. 2 Ch 20 10 ; other constructions are : *|? "1 j3 NP Dt 1 8 14 no< <Aws teA "< permitted to thee ; "01 3*$ T:f RUft* ^i32 4 Pr6 4 ; jrtw thyself (?) no rest La2 18 , give him (?) no rest Is62 6 . h. = ascribe glory, etc. (ace.) to (?) God 1 S 6 s Jb 36 3 , esp. imv. Je 1 3 16 Ezr 10" f 68 35 cf. 115 1 (so On, v. 3n< 4); to man 1 S 18 s8 ; unseemliness (npQJjl) to God Jb i 22 . i. = apply, devote heart to seek out, ace. + inf. Ec i 1317 8 916 Dn io 12 , f» 3? '3 Ec 7"= attend to ; conversely 'a? - ?? 'tin: nrpxrnx Ec g'^zall this I set before my mind, 7 2 ; also (with 8ubj.diff.fr.ind.obj.) ni'BT>?^3?-?K jn'3 «ri?|j no Ne2 12 cf. 7 5 . j. = employ, devote money (ace.) 1}>iO PriN nTbjrp? Ex 30 16 (P). k. give offer- ings, 'P Nu 18 12 (P), *■ np<nn Ex 30 13 (P>, cf. give spoil to (?) * Dt 20 14 ('■> subj.); «nj iflJD if? 1 Ch 29 14 ; offering to (j>j idols Ez 6 13 ; esp. to Moloch Lv 20 24 , to pass through fire to (?) M. 18 2 , etc. 1. = consecrate, dedicate to (?)

  • 1S1" Ex22 29 (E). m. jrt'ue a sign or

wonder, ace. 1 K 13**, + ? pers. Jos2 12 (JE), with reflex. ? Ex 7' (P), aim. = display, exhibit; cf. V}i u ™ Ez 27 10 they set forth, exhibit thy splendour; b*S D133 JW '3 Pr 23 31 when it sheweth its sparkle in the cup. n. = pay, wages (ace., +sf.), *"0^ '3 Gn 3o' 8 (E) Ae hath paid my hire, Ex 2 9 (E) Dt 24 15 , cf. Is 6 i 8 ; + ? pers. Je2 2 13 ; a price, D^SD '3 Nu 20 19 (JE), ^~}2t!> ]F}] Jon i 3 , i.e. paid his fare, passage- money; money (as) price ("WD) 1K21 3 , cf. fVWn f)D3 '3 Gn23 13 (P); pay money for (3) something Dt 14 26 ; wealth for (3) love Ct 8 7 ; tax or rent, c. ace. rei + ? pers. Gn 47 s4 (J); fine (c. id.) Ex 2i 32 (E) Dt 22 29 , ace. om. v 19 , cf. D'??B3 jn 31 Ex2i 22 (v.P , ?S), in3tf '3 v 19 (i.e. pay for hislosttime),i2'23fiH3 / 3v 30 (pay redemption- money ; all E), cf. '^ te*S3 IS'3 B*K '31 30 12 (P); pay votive offering (c. acc. + ?) Lv 27 23 (P); a wager (c. ace. + ?) Ju 1 4 1213 . O. c. 3 , gi ve for (3) money = sell, «]D33 yfPiTQ "?"n3ri 1 K 2 1 6 , cf. Dt2 28 14 25 1 Ch2i 22 ; — '3 EZ27 is trading term, but sts. connexion obscure and text dub.: give wares for (3) 27 12 (but rd. prob. 1 for 3 © <SCo Berthol), v 1316 (del. 2nd 3), v 171922 (cf., further, CoBerthol and esp. Sm); njitt T£n '3 Jo 4 s (|| " , ?9); 3 instr., give ?"}i23 by lot Jos 21 8 . p. give instead of, exchange for, c. nnn Ex 2 1 23 (E) 1 K 21 26 Is 4 3 4 61 3 , IP Jb 2 4 . q. give, i.e. lend, at interest, ?f 33 '3 K? 1SD3 Lv 25 s7 ^ 15 6 , so (ace. om.) Ez 18 813 . r. = commit, entrust to, c. acc. + "?K pers. Ex 2 2 69 (E), c. ? pers. Ct 8", c. T3 Gn 30 35 3 9 A * K (all J), 2 S io 10 . s. give over, deliver up, c. ace. Nu 2 1 3 (JE) Ju 20 13 1 S 1 1 12 2 S 14 7 20 21 i K 14 16 Ho 1 1 8 (|| TAP), Mi 5 s ; ^bg ^B? JT'3^3 Vn'33l D'P'.PB V» '3 Nu 2 1 29 ( JE) ; + P, nip^ 'D '3 f ! i8 18 ; + •JB? Dt 7 2!3 3i 5 + (see Dr Dt - lMXl "' So - 62 , and v. further 2 b «<Z/n.); esp. V3 '3, c . ace, Nu 2 1 34 (JE) Jos 2 M ( JE) Dt 2 24 + oft. t. ytWc 7 , produce, fruit, etc., esp. of land, ground, Gn4 12 (J), LV25 19 26 420 (all H), Dt 11 17 Is 55 10 (-i-? pers.) Zc8 12 ^67 7 85 13 cf.Ez 36 s ; of tree Ez 34 s7 Lv26 4 ' 20 (H) ^i 3 , + vine Jo 2 22 , vine Zc 8 12 ; abs. root of righteous yields, ]fP Pr 12 12 ace. to De Str (dub.; prop, to insert ^f); DyKauWild prop. TVX (as J/- 74 15 , etc.), cf. as to sense Ew ; other conj. v. Now; cf. Nu 20 8 (P) Zc 8 12 Ct i 12 2 13 7 14 . U. = occasion, produce, fn - ^ 31D ?3tJ> Pr 13'" cf. 29 15 , B'iP.iO |*r) DIK itrvn v 25 trembling before man occasioneth a snare. v. requite to (?) a man, ace. to (3) character 1 K 8 39 =2 Ch 6 s3 Jei7 10 32 19 ^28 44 ; c.-?y + 3 Ez 7 9 ; c."P3?pers. + ace. of sin 7 3 - 4 - 8 23 49 (cf. 2 b). w. =report, mention, ^pn'PK . . .ISDp-nN JOT 2 S 24 s he reported the number unto tlie king ; ipi IP nSRKI Ne 2 6 and I mentioned to him a time. ar.= utter, usu. c. ace. Pip, utter a sound, lift up the voice : Je 4 16 ( + ?y against), 2 2°° 48 s4 La 2' ; in weeping, *333 *i?rnK m Gn 45 s (E), 03ft Nu 14 1 (P); '+P pers.' Pr 2 3 (|| ^pn n3/3_P); of wisdom Pr i 20 8 1 (|| Nip); of '», esp. in thunder of theoph. Am i 2 2 S 22 14 (|| OgT), =f 18 14 , Je 25 s0 Jo 2 11 ; of clouds ^ 77 18 , the deep Hb 3 10 ; of young lion's roaring Am3 4 Je 2 15 ; of birds + 104 12 ; 7ip om., "•'} itbfy... "OT '3 1 Ch 16"; so of s voice in thunder, inn Pip? Je io 13 (sc. iPip) at the sound of his utter- ing (his voice) = 51' 6 ; Plp3 '3 J e 12 8 (+"?$? against), of '■> ^ 46% 1)1 Pip iPlp3 |B*^j ggw. '3 with other words, ipx v 12 (of '*); of confes- sion, (ace. + P pers.) Jos 7 19 (JE) Ezr 10". y. give = stretch out, extend, " 1 H' 1 ?^- Cii38 28 (J) it put out a hand ; D"ni35| p3"P? '^"^i 1W. I"

™ (read ntay) Ez 31 10 ' 4 and t< stretched its top amid the clouds. z. combinations are : W) "rh W3DJ> La 3 s0 (humiliation), cf. Is 50 6 ; ttpft nv>b sjr>3 Zc7" (of stubbornness), so Ne 9 s9 (iptypn DB-jV); also niV &$l 2 Ch 29° gave, i.e. tonicd (their) back (on'i; || Dfj^f «B»1 "< &ffy?); of compact, ir n S "J? 2 K io 15 cf. v is , soT «n3 D^SO Las 8 ; of submission, njlJJ HT Je 5o 15 = s/te (Babyl.) 7ta<A surrendered; pTJWj 2Ch30 8 =*u6n^^<<o /, ; more explicitly, rfe6f nnn T 'J i Ch 29"; |» Dip? '3 Ju20 3 V*'«  jo/ace <o (retire before) ; of sexual relation, jnr? irnaB' fwn6 . . . nB>K"bs< Lv 18 20 (H), inasE'-nK tja b^k |«J5 Nu5 20 (P), so (rona-bsa) Lv ^(H), cf. 20 ls (H).— K0 is taken impers. = ' es giebt,' there is, there are, in Jb 3 7 10 Pr 1 o 24 13 10 by De, citing Ew >a6d , Now Pr13 - 10 Str Frankenb (in transl., dub. in note), Bae ,b " ,K ' u Ges* 144b ; but improb., Kau Pr Di Jb , so Hi Bu Du (on Jb 3 7 10 ), reading [JR; cf. Ko 8 "'-" 24 ^. . Put, set, nearly = &ty, and sts. || with it : a. lit., (esp. oft. in Ez P) : c. ace. + "by on, ring on hand Gn 41 42 (E), cf. Ez 16 11 , helmet on head 1S17 38 , also Je 27" 28 14 (in fig.), 1 K 12 49 (in fig.), 18 23 (|| tff), Exi2 7 (ace. om.), cf. 25 12 - 26 - 30 + oft. P ; c. "by = above Ex 25 21 26 s4 (P), =for, "by t£n ') Lv 16 8 (P), cast lots for ; = against Ez 26 s ; c. "bX into: ark into cart 1 S 6 8 , put one in the stocks Je 29 s6 (also c. "by 20 2 ), in prison 37 18 38 11 , cf. Ex 25 16 28 30 (P) ; put water upon ("by) sthg. into ("b«) vessel Nu 19 17 ; = toward JNXn »j» jn>l 1P¥"b^ Gn 30 40 (J ; del. 01 Di al.) ; c. 3, cup into hand Gn 40 13 (E), cf. Ju 7 16 , also Gn 41 48 (E), cf. 1 K 7 5 ', Gn i 17 (P), 9 13 (P), 2 K 19 18 , Je 27 s , riB -eya ': L a 3 s9 (in fig.), WJTO 'nnBB* 'nru Gn i6'(J), n^JM 131X3 .innr; Dt 15 17 and thou shalt put (the awl) mto At* ear and into the door (pin his ear to the door); put disease into one Dt 7 15 (|| D"fe>) ; inflict blemish (UW) on (3), Lv 24 19 - 20 ; D33 UJstf) N'b Vpyp njhW 19 28 ; c. 3+ b, or*»aa unn x'b (toA o*» v 28 (all H); . . before, in front of, set food before one, 2 K 4 43 - 44 '; cf. Zc 3 9 Ez 3 20 Ex 30 6 40 66 (all P) ; c. PI between, Ex 30 18 40" (P); c. jj, H3& '3 nijnse 3'3D 1 K 6* he put ledges to the house; c. other preps/1?y nn; IB* rimr Gn^ (5), the woman whom thou hast set at my side, cf. EX31 6 (tafO; fig. of association, assistance); c. nNlpb Gn 15 10 (J), lay each piece to meet its fellow; he set the sea n?3n epSD 1K7"; c. n loc. put money flQB> into it 2 K 12 10 , so of water Ex 30 18 (P), cf. 40 7 (OB*); c. 2 ace. n<3 iniK ') Kv|n Je37 4 cf. v 15 ; put, place, abs. Ex 49 s (P;'|| ttty, cf. 26 s2 ); set up, 3 IVJ^B ?3« L V2 6 l (H ; || D'pfl) ; -f. b pers., lay snare for me ^119"° (in fig.), b. fig., in many phr. : c. by, put my spirit upon him IS42 1 , reproach upon one Je 23 40 , blessing on Mt. Gerizim, etc., Dtn 29 , curses on enemies 30 7 ; impose tax upon Ne io 33 cf. 2 K 23 s3 ; by "lifl }nj put majesty upon one 1 Ch 29 s5 Dn n 21 Nu 27 20 (P; 1in»; cf. V' 216 ); so a l s0 P ern - V' 8 * *«*< se£ thy majesty upon (over) the heavens, cf. @ S3 X (rd. nnnj for nan, Hup De Pe Bae al.; other views v. in Thes EwOl Now Che We Du) ; = above, fyfn vfcrba-by jvby «j»n» Dt 28 1 cf.

19 ; put (sthg.) over mouth Mi 3 s (i.e. stop 

one's mouth, by a gift); = against "by li2fD "i Ez 4 2 (siege), cf. v 2b ; c. "bx, "bs ^bvik njnKi B^?? . . . , 3 4 1S* Dn 9 3 ; c. 3, words into mouth Dt 18 18 Je i 9 , cf. 1 K 22 23 ; wisdom into heart, or person, 1 K io 24 Ex 31 6 36 12 (all P), cf. ^ 4 8 ; set peace in earth Lv26 6 (H) ; (the idea of) perpetuity (Obiy) in heart Ec 3 11 ; a pur- pose, i3bs '3 nfiinbi Ex 35 s4 (P) ; n^ns >nn;i Dnxm Ex 7 4 (P) ; ip sy$ »BJ ffj fnrrbt* Dt

1 8 ; ^3 13n |n»l Gn 39 21 (J), 

d he put his favour in the eyes of the prison-keeper (made the keeper favourable to him), cf. Ex 3 21 1 1 3 12 36 (all E ; cf. also 1 b, 3 b); c. 3 pers. = against, in phr. set my face against, opjjose Ez 14 8 15 7 Lv 17 10 20 6 (both H); c. PJ, =put, i. e. make a covenant between Gn 1 7 2 (P), cf. Lv26 46 (H); DS^sb H? ' 3 ^e. place at your disposal Dt i 821 cf. 2 M ; set ordinances, etc., before, 'JB? (for observance), 1 K 9" Je 26 4 44 10 Dn 9 10 ; blessings and cursings (for choice) Dt 30 i.».u. / B ^na ^ f) set ov p iace one's way upon his head, i.e. requite him, Ez 9 10 1 1 21 16 43 22 31 cf. 17 19 , also 1 K 8 32 =2 Ch 6 a + (cf. 1 v); jnr?3 nop? nnb NU31 3 to set the vengeance of * upon Midian; 'l '3 ^ 50™ = set in, i. e. impute to (usu. '3 D'E*). c. set, appoint, c. ace. +"by over, hath set a king over you 1 S 12 13 cf. Gn 41 41 (E); c. "by on, 3g* "i 'ND3"by 1 K i 48 ; c. 3 in = over, I Ch 12 9 Ne 1 3 4 ; c. b, Nethinim nn'3J|b Ezr 8 20 ; c. ace. alone, idol-priests 2 K 23 s , prophet Je i* (2 ace), leader Nu 14 4 ; one instead of (nnn) another 1 K2 36 . d. = assign, designate, c. b: God hath )™

assigned victim-flesh to (7) you, in order to bear sins of people Lv io 17 , cf. Nu 18 8 (botli P); cities for (7) flight of man-slayer Nu 35 (P); fjS natsn-^y na^ wij Lv 17" (H). . Make, constitute, a. c. 2 ace, 'PD-H DiTIB' D^V? Is 3* and I will make boys their princes, cf. Gn 1 ; 5 Ex 7 1 (both P), + 1 8 s3 ( >^m in || 2 S22 33 ), 39 6 69 12 i35 l2 ,etc.; + r3 J0S22 25 (P) ; +-7N pers. "j^ T^J y ^ frfr yny ww Ex 23 s7 (E), ana" I will make all thine energies unto thee a back, i.e. make them shew thee their back, flee from thee, so c. ? ^fr i8 41 =2 S 22 41 . b. c. ace. +K t3-f»3b tf^rfrfl^ WIJ) Je 9 10 and I will make Jerusalem into ruin-heaps, cf. Dt 28 13 Is 42 s4 Gn 1 7 620 48 4 Nu 5 s1 Jos 1 7 3 (all P) + ; ^sb tWMJ^ 'S '3 1 K 8 50 make persons an object of compassion before (in the eyes of), so Ne I 11 ^ 106 46 Dn i 9 (cf. also 1 b, 2 b) ; + j> pers. for (esp. Je.), ?bi> njmb DWI31 J*?Nn ITOpOp Je 15 4 and I will make them a terror for all kingdoms of the earth, cf. 24" 29 18 34 17 . C. c. ace. +3, Q-pip^3 '3 DTJKn m

Kio" and the cedars he made like the 

sycomores, i.e. as common, = 2 Ch 1 15 , cf. 1 K 1 6 3 EZ28 6 Lv26 19 (H), Ru 4 n ; D^p.O? Vtm JW Gn 42 30 (E), i.e. regarded, treated us as spies, but ins. "»?>»?>3 © 01 Di Ball Holz — ffin"7K ?5?>b3 na *jp> in^«."nS 1 S I 16 difficult, (not- withstanding Jb 3 24 4 19 ), rd.prob. 3 (HPS), or b, for "yd?. d. rarely c. ace. alone : 1* >.31M 13j; nbV '3 N7 1 K 9 s2 and 0/ «/<« stms of Israel Sol. made no slave, but rd. prob. "I3J? DD? (as v !1 ; © A eh it pay pa, om. B @L ; cf. Klo Benz), •&?}$ Orvbj) jriKJ Ne 5 7 and I made (held) over their case a great assembly ; make a decree, pn, ^ 148 6 ; perh. also njTJBS nhx JPirn Ne 9 10 and thou didst perform signs and wonders against Pharaoh, etc. (cf. 3 nhiK B Ex io 2 V' 78 43 )- Nipb. 82 P/ MJ Is9 5 + ; 3 fs- "W Gn 38" + ; 2 mpl. DfifiJ consec. Lv 26 s5 ; 1 pi. 131?? Ezr 9 7 , etc.; Jmpf fflf! Ex 5 18 + , ^ ?W 2 Ch 2 13 (Ginsb van d. H. £}$), etc.; 7m/. a&s. |fifl Je 32 4 38 s ; cs«r. jranj) Est 3 14 8 13 ;— 1. be given to (usu. c. 7 pers.) : a. = bestowed upon Jos 24 s3 (E), Ez 11 15 ( + nehtob), 33 24 (+«.), Jb 15"; Ez 16 34 Nu 2 6 62 (P), Is 9 5 , portion from sacrifice Lvio 14 (P), glory Is 35 2 , birthright 1 Ch 5 1 , freedom Lv 1 9 20 (H). b. given to one (7) for wife (7) Gn 38" (J), 1 S 1 8 19 . C. provided, pa usu. c. 7 Ex 5 1618 (J); 1 S 25 s7 2 K 25 30 = Je52 M , Is 33" Ne 13 10 ; "»n« njnD f i Ec 12" <Aey are given from one shepherd (i.e. words of wise) ace. to Ew De Hi-No w Euetschi^"; Wild underst. subj. of compilers. d. = entrusted to Je 1 3 20 cf. 2 Ch 2 13 ; c. DT-75? 2 K 22 7 , T3 2 Ch 34 16 . e.=give into the power of (usu. c. T3), esp. of city (kg., people) given into the hand of foe 2 K i8 30 ( + _ nKacc), i9 ,0 =Is 3 6 15 37 10 , Je 21 10 + 1 8 t. Je Lv Chr Dn ; earth into hand of wicked Jb9 24 ; in good sense Gn 9 s (P); de- livered to death (7), unto lower world ("7?), Ez 3 1 14 ; given to us (7) for devouring (7) 35 12 ; '3 3rr Ez 32 20 delivered to the sword (del. @j»3). g. = be per- mitted Est9 13 ( + inf.). b. = be issued, pub- lished (of royal decree), abs. Est 3 514 4 8 8 1314 9 14 ; of law given HE'D T3 Ne io 30 . i.=be uttered, D^ip JiNB' '3 Je 5i 55 (of stormers of Babylon). j. be assigned for (7), Ez 47 11 . . Be put, set: a. lit., crown K>i03 Est 6 8 ; of personif. folly DnpnEfl 73Dii 'i Ec io 6 . b. in imagery of Ezek. Ii3 _, n3"]:3 . . . '3 Ez 3 2 23 , c. ng (with) v 29 , c. #Tffl v 25 , vine put (cast) Bfc? n73Np Ez 15 4 into the fire for consuming ; fig. of terror pX3 'j 32 25 . C. = be made, t3"lN"}3 jn^ "VSri I s 5 1 », d. = be inflicted, of blemish (D^)Lv24 20 (c. 3 pers.). tHopb. (or Qal pass. Ges* 53 *) Impf. r" 1 K 2 21 + 5 t. + 2 S 2 1 6 Qr (Kt Ty) ; f?*! 2 S 18 9 ; — 1. a. be given, bestowed, abs. Nu26 64 ; c. i> pers. 2 K 5 17 , Nu 32 s (TIN c. ace; both P); in exchange for (nnri) Jb 28 15 . b. = 6e given to one (7) for wife (7) 1 K 2 21 (Abishag, "nx c. ace). c. = be given, delivered, up to (7)

S 2 1 6 . 2. 6e put upon f7}?) Lv n 38 (P) ; 

of Absalom '131 ETOBH p? (RJ) 2S18 9 , <?W (Vrbn) © @ We Dr (?), Klo^Kit Bu HPS. D3 42 n.pr.m. © Na^ax ; — tl . a son of David 2 S g" = 1 Ch 3 1S , 1 Ch 14 4 . 2. the prophet of David's time 2 S 7 2 - 3 -"' 7 = 1 Ch 17""*, 2 S i2' + 6t. 2S12, iKi 8 +iot. iKi,2Ch29 25 ^51" (title); K'asn jro rja^ a s name of a book 1 Ch 29 s9 2 Ch 9 s9 . +3. father of one of David's heroes 2 S 23 3C . +4. father of officers of Solomon, 1 K 4" (=2 1). +5. name in Judah: a. 1 Ch2 36 ' 36 . b. 1 1 38 . +6. companion ^o-jna

imnrra one of +8. of Ezra from Babylon Ezr 8 16 . +7. those who ionk strange wives io 39 . head of a family Zc 1 2 12 . t^T^'irO n.pr.m. an official of Judah, Josiah's time 2K23"; © Nadav /WiAews (tov tiivov)(ov ©L Na8*tt eivov^ov tov $ao"iAe<os. TO^TO njil.pl. Nethinim (prop, those given to the service of the sanctuary, as Levites are called DWO Nu 3 9 , 8 1619 ) ;— only 1 Ch 9 2 (where disting. from priests and Levites) + 1 6 1. Ezr Ne (oft. disting. from priests, Levites and porters ; Ezr 8 17 Kt has OWUn, Qr D , ? , r 1 ??). viz.: Ezr 2 4368 - 70 =Ne 7 46 - 6072 (so Baer, Ginsb; van d. H. v 73 ), Ezr f 8 1720 (appointment ascribed to David, cf. 1 CI19 2 ), v 20 Ne io 29 u 3 ; living on the Ophel 3 26 1 1 21 , with their own overseers v 21 , having a house known (in part) by their name 3" .—On ') v. further Bau Pr ' Mterthum 10 °' m ' t^N:n5 n.pr.m. (v. Gray Pr <x , - N18, ' 192 ' 2 ° 5 ; on n.pr.'of this kind cf. RS 8 """- 100 -- 2 ""^ m , Q rav Prop.N.26^ ._© Ka6ava n ; — 1. a chief of Issachar Nu i 8 2 5 7 ia2S io 15 . 2. 4th son of Jesse 1 Ch 2". 3. name of priests : a. 1 Ch 1 5 24 . b. Ne 1 2 21 . 4. priest's son (who had strange wife) Ezr io 22 , perh. = Ne 12 36 . 5. Levite name : a. 1 Ch 24 s . b. 26*. c. 2 Ch 35 s1 . 6. a prince of Jehoshaphat 2 Ch 1 f. tTnrQ, rP3rQ n.pr.m. (cf. Gray Prop! '- 29, Y © NuAiwnr ; — 1. in^ana father of Jehudi Je 36". 2. ') father of Islimael Gedaliah's murderer Je 40 8 41 9 = "$>? 2 K 25** Je 40 w.» 4 i> + 9 t. Je4i. 3. vtifQi Levite name : a. 2 Ch 1 7 s . b. 1 Ch 25 12 = rwu v 2 . fi. ]nn n.m. Pr1816 coll. gift(s);— abs. 'o Gn 3 4 ,2 +2 t; cstr. id. Pr 18 16 (v. Baer*"""- Ges i92,I Ko 111,98 ); sf. MfflD Nui8";— marriage- gifts Gn 34 12 (J; +inb); offerings Nu 18" (P; 'D np*" ); elsewh. gen., gifts, 2>resents, Pri8 16 2 1 14 (IPOS'); ftP &** 19° = a giver of gifts. ■j-n. rVO n.pr.m. 1. priest of Baal at Jerusalem 2 K 1 1 18 = 2 Ch 23 17 ; © Maydav, Mardav, ©L yimdav. 2. father of Shephatiah, in Judah Je 38 1 ; ® Nafla*, Madda. f 1. n:;TO n.f. gift;— abs. '» Nu i8 6 + 4 t.; cstr. IWID Dti6' 7 ; pi. nlnp Gn25 e +, cstr. ninp Ex 28 M , sf. na^ninp Ez2o 31 + , etc.;— gift, Gn2 5 6 (J) EZ46 16 " 17 2 Ch2i 3 ; offerings to Ex 28 38 (OyyiP, ninp), Lv 23 38 (disting. from VJJ and nznj), i8 :9 (cf. DWp v n ;— all P) ; rejected' (idolatrous) offerings Ez 20 26 - 31 - 39 ; th$ iT n?rip| Dt 1 6 17 each man ace. to the gift of his Irnnd, i.e. ace. to his ability ; cf. 0^X3 'TO nnp? ifr 68 19 thou ('») hast received gifts among men (i.e. either tribute gained by battle, cf. Che, or the offerings of those who turn to Hup-Now; > gifts consixting of men JDMich Hgst Bo Ew DeWette) ; 'd used of Levites, as God's gift to Aaron and his sons, Nu 18 6 , whose priesthood is 'D JT13V v 7 , i.e. a service which is a gift from God; D^*3$ nfonp Est g 22 gifts to the poor; = bribe Pr 15 27 Ec 7'. tn. ronQ n.pr.loc. a station of Isr. E. of T T - Jordan Nu 2 1 1819 (JE), © tHav6avaetv. "'JiTO v. ."WHO infr. t[nPQ] n.f. id.;— abs. nnp 1K13 7 ; cstr. nnp Pr 25 14 + 4 t.; — gift = reward 1 K 13 7 ; IT nop tlie gift of his hand, i. e. of his power, what he is able to give Ez 46 511 (cf. njFID and T 2); Vlfa 'O Ec 3 13 the gift of God (of the enjoyment of man), so 5 18 ; "Wr "0 Pr 25 14 a gift of falsity, i. e. one promised and not given. tvrawp, srarra n. P r.m. (cf. Gray pro,,N - ,No.82^. — (JJ MaMas, MavBavuxs, Mardavias, etc.; — 1. il^Pip, last king of Judah, name changed to Zede'kiah 2 K 24". 2. *rwnp, Levite name : a. son of Heman 1 Ch 25 4 . b. Asaphite 1 Ch 25 16 . c. id., 2 Ch 29 13 (Hezekiah's time). 3. HJ3PP, Levite name: a. Asaphite 1CI19 15 Ne 1 1 17 - 22 1 2 835 , perh. = 2 b, c (but much con- fusion and uncertainty; e.g. 'd is of Hezekiah's time 2 Ch 29 13 , and 4th generation before Neh., Ne 1 1 22 1 2 s5 ; while contemp. of Zerub. 1 2 8 and of Neh. 11 17 ). b. other Levites : (1) 2 Ch 20 14 , ( 2 )Nei2 25 , (3) i3 13 . 4. rnrip, name of several who took strange wives : a. Ezr 1 o 26 . b. v 27 . c. v 30 . d. v 37 . "PiFip n.pr.m. (abbrev. fr. foregoing); — © Ma6(8)avia, Muddavui; — 1. a priest Nei2 19 . 2. name of two who took strange wives : a. Ezr io 33 . b. v 37 . tirnnnn, HVtffla n.pr.m. (cf. Gray Vmp - N.2M.No.8iy._@ yiaTTaBiat, etc.; — 1. a Levitical musician, inVinp i Ch 15 1821 25 321 =iTnrip 16 6 . 2. nwip, Levitical name 1 Ch9 si . 3. '©, attendant of Ezra (also Levite ?) Ne 8 4 . 4. one of those who took strange wives Ezrio 43 . nnrra 683 "mAPO n.pr.ni. one of those who took foreign wives Ezrio 33 , © Ada, AOL MotfW(a). t [DjlJ] vb. tear or break down (=pn5);_lQai Pf.j, pi. $yna »nj Jb 3 o 13 itay //atJe broken down my path, made it im- passable (fig). t [jJ/TlJ] vb. break, break down,orout; — Niph. Pf. 3 pi. WW D«TB3 '3B> Jb4 10 ,— Ara- maic (?) form, or < textual error for '5f£0 . tt^J~U vb. pull down, break down (NH Hoph., and deriv.; cf. perh. Eth. }ivi": (with transp. and weakening of sibilant), destruere, demoliri, excidere Di 634 ); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. ') Ju

  • >+, 3 pi. WW, 2 K 25 10 Je 52 14 , etc.; Impf.

3 ms. fr> Ez26 9 + v 12 (Co, for MT ttfP); J**! Juo 45 2K23 7 ; d. % W$ Jbip 10 , ffp! ^ 5 2 7 ; 1 s. JTIK Ju 8 9 ; 3 mpl. Wfll 2 K io 2727 ; 2 mpl. Wfejq Dt 7 5 , pvr-n EX34 13 Ju 2 2 ; ttftm I S 2 2 2 ,etc. ; Zww. J»™ ^ 5 8 7 ; Zn/ erir. ptfl$ Je I 10 18 7 , ff$ 31 29 (on fi v. Ges 5458 ); Pi. pass. pi. D^nJn J e 33 4 ; — !• lit- jP m ^ dotcro a structure (ace): altar Ju 2 2 6 30 - 31 ™ Ex 34 ,3 (J), Dt 7 s 2 K 2 3 ' 2 ; high place (TO3) v 8 , HC3 + D3]t? v 15 ; 113*0 io 27 ; byan n"av 27 ii ls =2Ch23 17 ,cf.2K23 7 ; atower Ju 8 917 , cf. Ez 2 6 9 (vnin-ina); (any) house Is2 2 10 Ez 26 12 Lv 14 45 , so W*r}f Je 33 4 (strangely + b«, cf. Gf Gie); city-wall Je 39 s 2 K 25'°= Je

14 ; city Ju9 

. fig.: a. pull down a nation, break its power, T?$!J* 'fy &T$ (Diinpi) (obj. not expressed) Je I 10 (so Ecclus 49 7b ), = i8 7 , cf. 31 28 . b. an individual, subj. God, a'3D ??«! Jb 19' , ^rP f 52I c. jaw- teeth of lions (metaph.) |/- 58 7 (break down, break off, so only here, but v. 5<TIJ). Niph. be pulled, broken, down : Pf. 3 pi. * 'JED BPU Je 4 M (of cities), so «DD '3 Na I 6 (of rocks). Pi. T 5 /. 3 ms. J*™ 2 Ch 33 3 ; 3 pi. «^IJ) Ez 16 39 (consec); 2 mpl. DFISFI31. Dti2 3 ; Impf. 3 ms. K™'1 2 CI134 7 ; 3 mpl. «n3]l 31' + 2 t.;— tear down (chiefly late) : c. ace. altars Dt 1 2 3 , + J"lto3 2Ch3i', +D , »pn > etc., 34 4 , ftTSB^ v 7 ; ni»3 alone 33 s , ^ntan Ez 16 39 ; city wall 2 Ch 36 19 . Pu. 6e lorn down : Pf. 3 ms. Y$l Ju 6=8 ( of altar + H" W). Hoph. (or Qal ^ass. Ges* 53 ") 6e broken down, broken, only Impf. 3 ms. fj?s. Lvn 35 (of ■*©, v. Dr-White Hl,t , and D^"?, v. supr., p. 468 b). pro [pJ"U] vb. pull, draw, tear away, apart, off (NH id.; 5! PC? in der. species (rare), pull off, tear off"; Chr Pal Aram. ,ofc«_( sliake off, Schwally""" 68 ; Ar. J.li pull off, draw out, sliake; Di <*" cp. Eth. }t7: J*7: detrahere, etc.) ;— Qal P/. 1 pi. sf. 'nUjpriM consec. Ju 20 32 (on d. f. dirim. v. Ges i20b ); Impf. 1 s. sf. ;J?i?™< Je 2 2 24 (cf. Ges 459 ' 1 ); Pt. pass. pWJ Lv2 2 24 ; — 1. draw away warriors • from (JD) city, unto ("'$) high road Ju 20 32 . . draw or jraW 0^ ring from (IP) finger Je 2 2 24 (fig. of rejection of king of Judah by »), . pull, tear away Lv 2 2 24 (pass., of testicles, + 7JW3, nina, Wffl). Niph. P/. 3 ms. pn? Is 5 s7 ; 3 pi.' Ipnj'jos 4 18 Jb 1 7 11 , IpJ)? Je 6 M io 20 ; /my/. 3 ms. pra) Jui6 9 + 2t.; 3 mpl. IpflS'l Jos 8 16 , 'PI?! Is 33 20 ; — 1. 6e drawn away from (JP) city Jo'sS 16 (cf. Qal 1); of soles of feet, be drawn out (from water) unto (•?) dry ground 4 18 . 2. 6e torn apart, or tra too, snapped : of sandal-thong Is 5% strand of tow Jui6 9 (sim.), cord Ec 4 12 ; esp. tent-cord (in fig-) IS33 20 Jeio 20 , so incaa i^nwa |»w Jb 18"; metaph. of plans (TllBJ) 17". 3. 6e separated, in smelting, fig., 'PJJ? *0 D'JT) Je 6 s9 . Pi. i>/. 1 s. "RpPl? Je 2 20 ; 3 pi. *P«? 5 5 ; /wgf.

ms. pra; Ezi 7 9 ^107", pn?;i Jui6 9 , sf. 

DFJW.v 12 ; a fs. "pnjn Ez 23 s4 ; 1 s.'pn?K Na i 13 ; 1 pi. nfjriaa cohort, -f 2 3 ; 2 mpl. 'ipron Is 58 s ; — 1. tear apart, snap, c. ace. D , "! r /! 1 Ju 1 6 9 <Ae cords, v 12 (+ Win] ^5?D) ; esp. c. ace. nnpio, bonds (fig.) Na i' 3 Je 2 20 5 s 30 8 ^ 2 s 107 14 ; obj. note Is 58" (|| nrra, and nBio n'nas* inn). 2. tear aw«, m^, obj. roots EZ17 9 (in fig.); tear out, away, obj. breasts 23 s4 (in violent fig. of Jerus. as drunken woman). Hiph. . Inf. cstr. sf. Wp'rin : draw away warriors from (JD) city Jos 8 6 (=Qal 1). 2. Imv. ms. sf. Dpiyin drag them away like sheep to slaughter Je 12 3 (of "'s dealing with wicked). Hoph. Pf. (si vera 1.) I'JW-JD Spnan J u 20 31 they were drawn away from the city (cf. Niph. 1), but prob. gloss, v. GFM. t prO n.m. Lv "• s scab, an eruption of skin, on head or in beard, causing suspicion of leprosy (lit. a tearing off, i.e. what one is inclined to scratch or tear away, cf. scabies fr. scabere, Kratze fr. kratzen, etc., v. Di L ' "■ TO ); — '3 abs. Lvis 30 - 32 - 32 - 33 - 34 - 34 - 35 - 36 - 37 - 37 ; pnj 14 54 ; J»J P"JlI 13 3131 (all P). nm fl. [IJni] vb. spring or start up; — Qal Impf. iJOipBD W] Jh^f yea, it (the heart) starts up from its place (|| "WJJ). Pi. Inf. TWfW »3? "V^ Lv ii 21 (P), "'to' fcop with them (i.e. its legs) upon the earth (of locust). Hiph. Impf D^l -JW Hb 3 6 he () looked, and made nations start up. til. ["lJ^J] vb. be free, loose { usu. placed sub I., but connexion not obvious ; cf. also NH Niph./ree oneself, Hiph. = BH ; perh. cp. Ax.yLs rend a garment, break string (of bow), etc.); — Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. juss. "BR Jb 6 9 , sf. VnW ^ 105 20 ; 7n/. a6s. 1PI? Is 58 6 ; Pfc TRD i^- 146'; — 1. unfasten, loosen, c. ace. rei; thongs of yoke Is 58 s (|| nris, ^pn?Jl). 2. set free, unbind c. ace. pers., prisoners V.I05 20 (|| vinns;i), i 4 6 7 ; fig. IT -irr Jb6» <Aa£ Ae would let loose his hand and cut me off, — "V?I! 2 S 22 s3 was poss. connected by Mass. with "Wl (v. Comm.), but rd. f»W (as || f 18 33 ). T"Vl2 n.[m.] natron, or carbonate of soda, a mineral alkali (NH = BH ; Aram. TP? , J»fco ; cf. Gk. virpov, irpov, Lat. nitrum (v. Lexx.)) ;— 1TI33 "pasn-QN J e 2 22 though thou wash thyself with natron (fig. ; || JVia; on use of ' nitrum,' for handwashing among

^ID 

Greeks v. Meineke Frwu - o """"™ "• 63s ) ; "inrby j»»h Pr 25 s0 (fig. of the incompatible). ttuJ~0 vb. pull or pluck up, root out, esp. in Je and later (Ecclus Impf. 3 fs. ETiJn J)t23 3 9 ; NH=BH; 3! B*J| «./ Syr. *& <ear o^, away ; Ar. VJ i£J is loan-wd. Fra 137 ) ; — Qal Pf 3 ms. Prm consec. 1 K14 16 ; 2 fs. JJ^JJ ^9', etc.; Impf. 3 ms. sf. EB^M Dt 29 s7 ; 1 s. t ; ns j e 12", t?in« 24 6 42 10 ; 7w/. 06s. Oinj Je

17 ; csfr. Enn^ Je i 10 18 7 , (#1$ 31 29 (on ii v. 

Ges s,5g ); sf. 'tfro i 2 ,s ; p<. a k 6>QS 45 «, s f. DB'ni 12 14 ; — pull or pluck up, c. ace. Asherim Mi 5 13 (IjnW) ; esp. of nation, by? t^nK '31 noTOn 1K14 15 , so Dt2 9 27 Jei2 14 2 Ch'7 20 ; Drrinib trns j e 12"; without "01 by? j e i2 iu7 ; opp. yt?3 45 4 ; obj. om. 24 s 42 10 (both opp. VOi); so inf. abs. nasi BflTlJ 12 17 ; inf. cstr. e>ihjb Je i 10 = 18 7 cf. 31 28 (v. JTtf Qal 2 a); once of cities 'J D'ly ^ 9' <A<w< hast uprooted cities. Niph.. Impf. 3 ms. S?n^ Je 31 40 ii sJiall not Je rooted U2> (|| Din' 1 , ref. to the city Jerus.); 3 fs. K>ri3Fl Dn 1 1 4 of kingdom ; 3 mpl. DTID*]* by? Wfrlj; Am 9 15 (of Isr.; opp. W?}).— For W(lf Je 1 8 14 rd. WfiP ./ntW q. v. Hoph. Impf. 3 fs. B>FIF11 Ez 19 12 and! s/(e was rooted up (of Isr., under fig. of vine).