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

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פ, ף

S. 2, 1, Pe, seventeenth letter; used as numeral 8o in postB. Hebrew. ND v. n'B. ' I ni"fS] vb. perh. (si vera 1.) cleave in piece3 (Ar. (l?U, .U) Uj cleave, spilit (head, bowl, etc.); Sab. ijffl DHM ZMQ '" (,S76)TOlf ) ;— Hiph. Impf. i s. sf. DfVKBS Dt 32 s6 / [] will cleave them in pieces (poss. point's?, i.e. Qal; on other views v. Dr ; rd. perh. D?P?? © Gr). DN3 n.f. corner, side (part cut off, •Abschnitt,' ace. to Schroter in Me Archw - l "" il Ba zMG .mm), 6,5 Buhl 161 , but perh.bilit., No"- 485 Sta" 86 , and not fr. vVlNB ; cf. Ar. i_j company, etc. (Nii lc ) ; As. pdtu, side, edge, border, v. esp. Meissn 8 " 1 ""' 74 ; NH=BH, Aram.KriNBjL'Ja);— abs. 'D Je 9 S + 4 t.; cstr. DKB Am 3 12 + 77 *■ ; pi. abs. HNS Ex 25 s6 37 s3 ; du. cstr. VW$? NU24 17 (but read prob. HSS as || Je 48 45 ); — +1. corner of divan Am 3"; table Ex25 26 3 7 23 ; field Lv 19 9 23 s2 (H); land (prob.) PttB? Dj?!>rirn Ne 9 22 , i.e. into every corner; D??*^" 1 'B Lv 19" (i.e. your temples), 1$] 'B v 27 cf. 21 s (all H); '3fW£ nNB i/to*e dipped on the temples Je 9 25 2 5 23 49 2 (epith. of Arab, tribes, Herod. 1 "- 9 WAIM A *"- Eur - HOf. We 6kl««n 111.119; Held.2, 198j. <em ^g s f Moab (uil- der fig. of man) Nu 24 17 (JE) Je 4 8 45 . 2. «'de : a. usu. of Ezekiel's temple, the tabern., the holy city and the land, or its subdivisions (only Ez 41-48 [47 1.] and P[26t.]): in plur. (n)D»T5 n«a East side Ez 47 18 + 17 t. Ez, = 'B nenp. Ex27 l:l + 3 1. Pand Ez 4 5 7 (v.CoToy); 'B (n)3iBX JTortA side Ez 47'* Ex 26 20 + 9 t.; 33) 'D (nSJJ) .Siwdl sj'de Ez 47" 19 Ex 27'+ 8 1.; BJ 'B (W) JT««< *j"rfe Ez 4 5 7 Ex 27" + 2 1 1. + fH ' s D^n Ez 4 1 12 (also Djn DHp 'B 48'); abs. only .nnsn natal? Ex 27'. b. V3B nKB Lv 13 41 side (border) of his face (forehead and temples ; P). Q«D v. TO»B. tl. [1^2] vb. Pi. beautify, glorify;— l'f 3 ms. sf. TQ«Q (obj. Isr.) Is 55' 60 9 ; c. ace. of temple ; Impf. 1 s. ~i«Q>* 60 7 ; Inf. cstr. 1KB v" Ezr f 1 ; so nyiB*3 D^y 1KB ^ 1 49 4 . Hithp. 1. glorify oneself c.?5?peis.:=boast,/m/>/.3ms. "NBJV Ju7 5 Isio ls ; as polite address to king, Imv. ms. "'XEnn Ex 8 5 (J), assume the honour over me (to decide) when, etc. 2. get glory to oneself be glorified, by means of (3), of , -WEJV i>?0'e><3 Is 44 21 , so 1 s. "*<&& 49 3 ; of people [by "'J, Inf. cstr. "iNEnn 60 21 61 3 . » t "IMS n.m. E * "■ 18 head-dress, turban (*! orig. ornament ; — abs. 'a of bridegroom Is 6 1 10 , sign of joy v 3 (opp. mourning, and so) ^]XB Ez 24'", pi. sf. D3"!<B v 23 (worn by men of position); of priests' D^B n.NB Ez 44 18 , 'B &# nV33t?n Ex 39 2S (P) ; pi. abs. D»T*i Is 3 20 (of luxurious women). tiTWDJJl n.f. beauty, glory;— 'n Is 28 s Je48 17 ; elsewh. abs. and cstr. FOXTtR Is 3 18 + 20t.;niVEriPr28 12 4-6t.; sf.'rnKBn Is 4 6 l3 + 20 1. sf.;— 1. beauty, finery Is 3 1S ; of garments 52'; jewels Ez i6' 7 - 39 2 3 26 , cf. 2 Ch 3 6 ; flock Je 13 20 ; a man IS44 13 ; city of Samaria 28 14 ; diadem V s . 2. glory: a. of rank : apparel of h.p. Ex 28 2 - 40 (Py; 'n JTJ^ crown of glory Pr4 9 16 31 Is62 3 Je i3 ls Ezi6'- 23 42 ; greatness of monarch Est i 4 ; house of David and in- hnbilants of Jerus. Zc 12'". b. of renown TlVl D?6 Dt 26 19 1 Ch 2 2 s Jei3 u 33 9 . c. attri- bute of ;, ^7i s 101129"; 'n 0^1863" 1 Ch 29"; TV 'n V 89"; 'n yi-1? Is63 ,2 ; hence 'n in v s sanctuary ^ 96 s , ^BJ 1V3 Is 60 7 cf. 63 13 (of heavenly temple), 64 10 ; 'n as 's gift to Isr. 46' 3 cf. 60 19 (abo yr 89 18 supr.); of future fruit of laud 4 2 ; design, of ark of *» f 78 61 . 3. a. honour of nation Isr. La 2 '. b. glorying, boasting, of individ., Is 20 5 Pr I7 6 i9 n 20 29 28' 2 ; warrior Ju 4 9 ; riionarchsls io 12 ; nations Is 13 19 Ez34*, 'H ^Orod{sccptre) of glorying Je48' 7 (others 1). II- "IKS (doubtful V). t[m«2] n.f. bough;— pi., all in fig.: of vine, abs. nnSB Ez 1 7 6 (Baer HINIB); of cedar, sf. Ww<»3i»(Ktj 'VQr); witte v 6 , vntna V s - 1213 . tmND Kt., m|B Qr n.f. coll. boughs Is io 33 (van d. H. Baer mK3). f["lSE] vb. denom. Pi. go over the boughs ; — Impf 2 ms. " | S??n Dt 24 20 thou shalt not go over the boughs after thee (i.e. glean). ""rtnNS n.[m.] mng. dub.; only 'B ttBP Na 2" Jo 2 6 ; Tlies, all faces gather a glow (glow with dread, fr. assumed ■v/lXB), so We pHB

WSD Now; AE Hi al. gather in (their) beauty ( </l. "1KB; grow pale); Vrss AV gather blackness (fr. "fflB a pot !), v. Dr ; all very uncertain. T]"^NS n.pr.loc. Paran, bnpav (cf. n.pr. pKB Sin. Inscr.);— ubu. 'B 1311? home of Ish- mael Gn 21" (E), traversed by Isr. in Exodus Nu 12 16 (E), io 12 13" 6 (all P); it lay NE. fr. (the traditional) Sinai, with Gulf of Akaba and the 'Arabah as its E. border ; in the same region was 'B "in Dt 33 s Hb 3", — perh. coast- range of mts. along W. shore of Gulf of Akaba; 'q alone 1K11 1818 (betw. Midian and Egypt); Dt i 1 (loc. dub.).— 1 S 25" v. 11. jiVDsub PP.— Vid. Rob B " '• m '■ Palmer De " rt of *«*<••■ ■" * Di Dr w . HB (-/of foil.; rang, dub.; NH n3S un- ripefig, pi. P?3 ; so Syr. )^ in Lexx; Ar. *i unripe fruit; X N33 unripe grape; cf. Post in Hastings DB -' F "' Tristr N ' HB ^ Low" *"). t[n^] nf - (cf- NH) early fig;— pi. sf. ■vas Ct2 13 . Jl2(-/of foil.; mng.dub.; Ar. JiJ (J-^i, JjeJ) is 6e thick and soft, flaccid; NH ?'33 = BH, cf. Levy !,HWB>v ).

7*153 n.m. Iv718 foul thing, refuse, but 

only as term, techn. of unclean sacrificial flesh ; — it is 's if eaten on third day Lv7 18 (P), 19/ (H); cf. 'a i?a Ez 4 14 (undefined) ; pi. D33 pit? Is 65" broth of refuse things (Kt fna), RS Semi - s25 - 2nded - 313 thinks of flesh with the blood; Du* d,oc - of mice and other unclean animals. TJ/ 2S vb. meet, encounter, reach(NHt(f.; Aram. 5?2Q, -"fts^p J poss. akin to Ar. l^j , ^s>j happen to, light upon; isLi is pain, afflict);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'a 1 K 2 :,2 + , sf. tyaai consec.Am5 19 ,etc; Impf. 3ms. S5BJ] I Gn28"+ ; 1 pi. VSB: Jb 2 1 15 , etc.; Imv. ms. VaS J u 8 21 + ; mpl. WJ? Gn 23 s ; Inf. cstr. $Bf> iS 22 17 , sf. 1V3B Nu35' 921 ; — 1. meet,light upon, c. ace. pers.

S io 5 Ex 5 20 (J), c. sf. pers. Am 5"; ~W t 

EX23 4 ; c. apers.Gn32 2 (E),Nu35- 21 (P); c.3 loc. Gn28 u (E). 2. meet, with kindness, c. ace. pers. Is 64 s (subj. '»), so 47' ace. to Ew De Di al.; Che Hpt 5T1BS (reading, with Du, 1DN for D1X). 3. encounter with hostility, /aZZ Mpon c. 3 pers. Jos 2 16 (JE), Ju 8 ;i is 12 ^ 25 1 S22 17 ,sls

S I 15 I K 2 «.».3..S 2 .34.46 Ru ,«. of Q^ ft ^ 

(sf.), +3 instr. Ex 5 3 . 4. encounter with request, entreat, c. 3 pers. Je 7 16 Jb 21 15 , sq. cl. Je 27 18 Ru 1 ", + i> pers. on whose behalf Gn 23 s . 5. strike, touch, of boundary, c. 3 loc. Jos 16' ^.LSUW** cf I7 ,„. c ^ j oc I9 „ H . ph> . ca«6« to light upon, Pf. 3 ms. 5T?Bn c. ace. rei + 3 pers. Is 53 s . 2. cawse one (ace.) to era- <rai< 1 s.^iBn (a pers.) Je 15" (otherwise Gie; Co del. v. as gloss). 3. make entreaty, 3 pi. lyaBn Je 36 2a c. a pers.; more gen. interpose, Impf. 3 ms. S/'SB: Is 53 12 , c . b pers. in whose behalf; Pt. JPaBO 59 16 one interposing. 4. make attack, only P<. Jb 36 s2 assailant, but 01 Bu Du al. Vast? mar/ t. l"W3 n.m. occurrence, chance; — abs. 'a 1 K 5 18 evil occurrence; Ec 9 11 time and chance. tySBta n.[m.] thing hit, mark;— naf Tfe 'ej> »£$> Jb -J** ( c f. also j» 3 Hiph. 1). TW^M n.m. Asherite, *ayan 7 X, -«^X; — Nu i 13 2 27 7 72 ~ io 26 . t [7^3] vb. Pi. be exhausted, faint (X 1iB der. spec, tear down, destroy; As. pagru, body, corpse; NH"0B=BH; Aram.KiaB, j?^ ; Palm, 133; Mand. truss No" ,89 );— >/. 3 pi. |J? 1133 </ie^ wfr« too faint to go, etc. 1 S 30" 131 . t-os n. m. corpse, carcass; — abs. 'a Is i 4 19 + , 13Q Na 3 3 ; cstr. 133 1 S 1 7"; pi. D'lJB 2 K 1 g 35 + ; cstr. "^M Je 3 3 5 ; sf. ED'"!?? Lv 2 6 30 + , etc.; — 1. of men, sg. Is 14 19 ; usu. pi. 34 s 66 24 Je 3i 4 ° 33 5 4i 9 Ez 6 s 43 M Lv 26 30 Nu I4** u '

Ch 20 34 ,— v 25 rd. prob. DT^S, so © (?), 33 Be 

Krochm Kau Kit;— DTID bnjB 2 K i9 33 = !s S7 36 ; sg. coll. 1 S 17 46 , laan-aV Am 8 3 , 'B-133 Na 3 3 ; fig. of idols Dfl*^*! T>33 Lv 2 6 :, °. 2. of animals Gn 15 11 . t [l^J2] vb. meet, encounter (syn. VaB); — Qal Pf. 1 s. »JJ«k| Gn 33 s ; 3 pi. consec. IB'aa? Is 34 14 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. ifjjp Gn 32'" (Gi; Baer Tf3^; van d. H. tf) 3 ,'), "I? 3 ?!! Ex 4 24 - 2 '; 3 fs. twsril 1 S25 20 (rd.prob. B : 3Sri1 Ges 547k , cf. van d. H), etc.; Inf. abs. 55^3B Pr i7 12 ; cstr. E*3B J c 41 6 ; — meet, c. ace. Gn 33 s 1 S 25 20 L334 14 Je 4 1 6 , so c. sf. Gn 32 18 Ex 4 24 - 27 2 S 2 1:l ; meet, en- counter, of bear, c. a pers. Pr 17 12 , of > (like a bear) Ho 1 3 s (c. sf. pers.). Niph. meet to- gether, each other, Pf 3 pi. V"3W Pr 22 2 29 13 , fig. of riCW ion f 85". Printens. Impf.

mpl. J?n SK'aB' Jb 5 14 <A«y i-eep encountering 

darkness in the daytime.

F 2 mo 

no tn"T2 vb. ransom (NH in deriv.; Ph. in n.pr.; As. pad&, id., Ar. <ji ; Eth. i.fiR; Min. JVIB redeemed or purchased land Mordt Beltr.!3._Q al p£ 3 ms . HIS Lv 27"+ J b£ T|S Jb 5»; 2 ms. nnB Dt 9 26 -r, etc.; 7mp/. R$! ^ 49 s + , etc. ; Imv. rHB ,/, 25 s2 ; sf. 73? f 26" + 3 t.; 7n/. a6s. "'"IS Nu i8 15 * 49 s ; cs<r. ni1B> 2 S 7"= 1 Ch 1 7 2 ; ft. act. rnlB V 34 23 ! sf. 1T» Dt 13 6 ; ;«»». pi. cstr. "Jflf Is 35 10 5 4 - 11 Nu 3"; also abs. D^TT? Nu 3 51 (Qr; KtDHfi), cstr. V.VIB v 46 ; sf. WB Nu 18 16 (all n. abstr. ace. to Di Ko" -11 ™, v.DTIB, 0*19 infr.); — ransom: 1. for an assessed price Ex i3 13,s 34 20 (J). Ev 2 7' ;7 j^ u ,46.is.j9.5i jgi5.i6.ir/p 2. fr. violence and death 1 S 14 45 Jb6 23 ^ 49 s . 3 - God subj. (underlying thought of payment): a. fr. Egypt, c. JO, D'-ny JV3D Dt 7 s 1 3 6 W i 6 4 ; T^ * 7 8'" ; DnxiOD 2 S 7* (but del. nHB Gei CrKhr - 2SS We Dr al.)=i Ch i7 2 '; DEto Dt 2 4 ls ; abs. Dt 9 26 i5 lb 21 s Ne i 10 . b. from exile, Je 31 11 Zc io 8 ; JOB* " »TtB Is 35'°= 5 1 11 . c. in gen. Ho 7"; vnWx fe>p ^ 2 5 22 ; l'TjW^ ^3? ^ 1 30 3 . d. c. ace. individ. f 26' 1 3i 6 44 27 69 19 ; Abraham Is 2 g 22 ; 'a B!B3f34 23 7I 23 ;+mvb02S 4 9 lKl N ;nnB'3T35f0 Jb33 ;s ; ^-n-)i5» ^ 55 ' 9 ; m.BD Jbs^UCtfTD f 49" Ho I3 M ; CH? pfya'iriig™; DT"J?*I59 Je 1 5 2 '. Niph. 7 3 /. 3' fs. ( + Hopb. Inf. abs.) rUVJB? tib irjBfl Lv 1 9 20 s/i« 7^/t not been at all ransomed (from bondage); Imjpf. TCV[ Lv 27 s9 (from ban); 3 fs. iTJfn DEE> D3 fa? Is 1 27 . Hipb. P/ 3 ms. sf. I^Eni Ex 2 1 8 /je shall let her be ransomed. Hipb. Inf. abs. v. Niph. t D" 1 V12 n.[m.]pl.abstr. ransom ; — so rd. perh. Nu 3" for MT D'nB, Sam. DTTB; cstr. "lis v 48 ; for other poss. cases v. Qal Pt. piasa. tp"TC n.pr.m. {ransom; cf. Ph. Hb) head of family of Nethinim Ezr2 44 Ne7 47 ; *a8oi<. t ni*lB n.f. ransom ; 'B f 1 1 i 9 + 2 t. ; DIB Ex 8";— fr. exile Is 50 2 ; fr. iniquities f 130 7 ; in gen. f 1 1 1 9 , I^B I'M "W P? TIB *Wffr Ex 8 19 7 wiM set a ransom (distinguishing) between my people and thy people X, but improb. and text dub. ; ©©23 set a distinction (rdg. what?). t0YH3 n.m. ransom;— Nu 3 49 , rd. prob. tfTtB (soSam.); D'"l? v 51 Kt (QrBT'B);— v. n-JB Qal Pt. 2)ass., and IWB supr. t rtns n.m. id.;— B*B3 'B Ex 2 i^E), *49 9 - tV^rnS n.pr.m. (7iV Aa«/i ransomed; cf. Ph. ma^jn; As. Pudu-ilu, Pudi-ilu COT 010 -); — prince of Naphtali Nu 34 23 ; *a8ai;X. t"l^2mS n.pr.m. {theRoch hath ransomed) Manassite, Ntt i'° 2 20 7 s4 - 59 io 23 faSao-crovp. t irflQ , fT"® n.pr.m. ('i 7<a</t ransomed ; in late' As. TWama, Hilpr «* •*■ ■* "■ "■ ") ; nHB : 1. father-in-law of Josiah 2 K 23 30 , but*® E8«X (®L Upturn, fr. v 31 ). 2. father of Zerub. 1 Ch 3 1819 . 3. a. Ne 3 ». b. 8 4 . 4. Benjamite Ne n 7 . 5. Levite Ne 13 13 . 6. wns, Manassite 1 Ch 27 20 — ® (exc. 1)

  1. a()§cnas, etc.

•J12 n.pr.loc. (igarden, field; cf. £ «J^S 2/oA«, span of oxen; Syr.Uts 2/o^«, whence, as loan-wd. Ar. ^lli Fra 129 ; As. padanu, —road, and also garden, etc. (in word-lists, v. KAT 2 ' 612 ) ; also No A ™ m - in Ency. Bib.) ;— 'B Gn48 7 , abbrev. fr. DTHT) 1 !! (1 = garden, field of [in] Aram ; conj.'by many that DP^ nn'E' Ho 12 13 is Heb. transl., cf. Di c " 25 > 2 °) 2 5 M + 5 t.; '« ™. a 28 2f - (v. Dl?< b ; all P); ® Meeron-ora^ia (Su/nas); perh. Padd&nd, near Haran (and Tel Faddan of Arab, geogr.), v. No 1 ' -. t pTTB] vb. dub., only Imv. ms. sf. injHB Jb 33 34 a mng. like deliver him needed, Codd. Bu Du injns; <rd.irnB (ma) EwDi SS. t[mB] n.[m.] suet, of rty (so Vrss NH : ^/unknc;vn) ; -abs.llB Lv i 8 8 20 ; sf. ^B i«. H2 n.m. Jos9 ' !! mouth (prob. bilit. [IB, -B] Sta 5183 ; NH = BH; Ph. "B? ace. to; As. pu, mouth; Ar.yi,*l3,t*i; Eth.^¥:; Syr. U'aX ace. to; but also Ar. li, ll, ^*, BAram. Df, J «D=1B; Syr. Jjoab ; Mand. NCia No M *");— abs. 'BEx4 10 +,cstr.' , BIsi 20 + ; sf. is.^S Gn45 12 + ,

ms.T? 4i w +, 3 «s. « 2 5 28 + , W» Ex 4 15 + , 
mpl. D?3 J u 7 6 + , i^ 3 f 1 7'°+ 2 *•» etc -; P 1 - 

ni>BPr5^rlVB('«?.B')Ju3 ,6 , rf>B'3is4i 15 V' 149 6 ; D'B iSi3 2, (corrupt,v.Dral.);— 1. a. mouth,oi man, organ of eating and drinking Gn 2 5 s8 Ju 7 6 iSi4 26 " 7 Ne9 20 Pri9 24 =2 6 15 + ; fig. as finding things sweet Jb 20 13 f 1 19 103 ; fi g- of earth Gn 4", swallowing Korah.etc. Nu i6 :,0K 26 10 Dt 1 1"; fig. also of She ol, H'B nnjJBI Is 5 M , cf. ^ 6 9 lr '. b. external organ, V3"by VB t*^l 2 K 4 34 Pr 3 o 2fl ; of kissing 1 K 19 19 Ct i 2 ; *? TJ PW» Jb 3i 27 : cf. phr. W78 1J D^ (of keeping silence) Ju 1 8' 9 Mi 7' 6 Jb 21 5 , cf. 29" 40 4 Pr 30 32 ; of mocking triumph 'B3 ^ ^B Jb 1 6 10 ; !?» * ^n ^. 35 2 ' Is 57 4 , also by *■ an-j 1 S 2'. c. of' in theoph., sending out fire 2 S 2 2 9 ='f 18 9 . 2. a. much TO

no oftener, as organ of speech, of man : 'a speaks Gn 45 1 - 2 Si 16 Is 9 ' 6 Jb 9=° 15" f 3 7 30 + ; speak ■>EriC3 Jb 19 16 ; open 'B, "--^8 Ju 1 1 35 ' 36 , abs. Jb 3 1 33 2 + ; shut 'S (be silent) Is 52 15 , cf.'B WJ Jb 7", and (of iniquity, personif.) '3 S|XiJ Jb 5" f 107 42 ; guard 'a, Pr 1 3 3 pX?), 21 3 ("»?>), cf. 'a 'nna -ip# Mi 7 s , also//-39 :: (v.nDB i ); words, etc., are in (3) mouth 2 S 17 s 18 25 Dt 30'" 1 K if*; 'B3 Dn31 D'to 2 S I4 319 Ex4 15 , also (God subj.) Nu 22* , '23 1 - A6 +; of utterance 'SO K£ Ju 1 1 36 Nu 30 3 32" 1 Jos 6 10 + ; depart fr. mouth (cease to be mentioned) '30 55*10 Jos I s Is 59 21 , cf. '3D maj Je 7 s8 , T?~^? 9Bfl K$> Ex 23"; 'B "HON Dt 32 1 words of my mouth, so Jb 8 ! •^ 19' 5 54 4 ; 'B 'H3 ,! ! yj, 36 1 Ec io 12 ; of agency, '33 by the moutli of 2 Ch36 2 '- 22 ='B? Ezr I 1 ; V3"Dy V3 131 J e $2* speak mouth to mouth= 34 s ; 'B=speec/t, sayings Is29 ,3 ^49 14 Ec io 3 ; 'B "133 Ex 4 1 " lieavy of speech (not eloquent); 'B~Dy !"PnN v 1215 , i.e. aid thee in speaking; 'B^> ^^TW v 16 he shall be mouth for thee; *& #%»?& Je36 18 , i.e. dictate ; 'BO 3D3 v. 3H3 1 b (3) ; bad quali- ties ascribed to it, 'arwjpy Pi- 4 24 6 12 ; ntesrn "3 8' 3 ; phn HS 2 6 s8 ; 'a hirr^s Ob 12 , cf. Mi 6 12 EZ35 13 . b. as laughing Jb8 2I i^ 1 26 2 ; panting 119 131 . c. of God; his mouth speaks Is i 20 4O 5 Je 9 11 + ; he speaks 'B3 1 K8' 5 - 34 ; wd. proceeds '30 Dt8 3 Is45 23 + ; ta '-13-1K rfi-i>K nS Nu 12 8 ; he creates V3 Pfl^V'33*; he executes judgment V3 B3E>3Isii 4 ; esp. = command.- '"BVItpay 1 S i5 24 'Nu 14", cf. 22 ls Pr 8 M ; 'B ("JIN) nip 1 S 1 2 141S Nu 20 24 1 K 1 3 21 +; cf. 6 d. d. of idols', yjr 115 5 I36 16 ' 1 ". e. of musical instr. = sound Am 6 s (cf. 6 d). 3. of animals : bird Gn 8" (carrying), Is io 14 (chirping); ass Nu 22 2S (speaking); bear, lion 1 S 1 7 s5 (seizing), Am 3 12 (id.), hippop. Jl)40 23 (drinking), crocod. 4i"- 13 (breathing flame) ; also of human foes, under fig. of ravenous beasts ty 22 12 Ez 2 1 27 34 10 ; i"ISB ?V 'B yfr 22 14 La 2 16 3 4li ; lience of edge of sword, rri'B 3"in Pr 5 4 a sword with edges (in sim.), = 'n rt»f*f$ 149"; c f. Ju 3"; v. also 60(2), infr.; ni>B"3 ^y3Is4i ,5 ,ofniO. 4. mouth= opening, orifice; of well Gn 29 2 - 33810 ; cave Jos io ls2 "" 7 ; ravine, abyss Je 48 c ' ^si vera 1., cf. Gie); also of Sh e '61 ^ 141"; of a sack Gn 42 27 43' 221 44***J ephah Zc 5 s ; high-priest's robe Ex 28 : ' 2 + 5t.,cf. prob.^133 2 ; tunic Jb30 13 ; ofaround opening also 1 K f' ilM (on text and meaning v. Benz Kit); of mouth of Nile Is 19" (others brink); gate of city Pr8 3 (but rd. perhaps , J a A v. Toy). 5. a. extremity, end HB? 7&from end to end, of a temple 2 K io 21 ; city 21 16 , fifty nap f land Ezr 9". b. =portion, *? B^tDtai 11 2K2 ZC13 8 . 6. with preps.:— a. '3 b$, v. infr. d(2). b. 'B3 ; (a) ace. to the command of, 1 Ch 1 2 2 ' 1 ; (b) ace. to the mouth of, i.e. in proportion to (cf. As. ki-i pi-i, Dl HWBa2i ), tExi6 21 they gathered it ta« "B3 STK each in proportion to his eating (v 16 ' a ^Bp), Lv 25 s - N B3 I'JB' ace. to the number of his years (cf. v 16 '??); Nu 6 21 7 5 SnpV "'B? t^K (so 2 Ch 3 1 2 ), 7 M 35 8 (all P); Jb 33 6 %b T?3 *HTTO 1 am *• <*« jw>- portion of thee as regards God, i.e. I stand towards God even as thou dost. As conj., 'B3 yfe tMi 2 9 'Typ^ Dnc'e'oayx -©>« "a? a cc. as ye do not keep, etc.; and without 1£'K Zc 2* Wtfl K&O |6tS^I "B3 in such proportion that none did lift up his head (but We Now "itW for t^K, that it, Judah, did not, etc.). C. "B>, nearly i.q. 'B3 (v. p 5 i 6), but more common (cf. Aram. D*fc UaX) : (1) t Gn 4 7 i: «|ttn -s 1 ?, Exi2 4 ye shall compute '?3^ *?? E"K each acc. <o his eating (acc. to the quantity which his family will consume), i6 ,6 "Lv 2 5' 6 D-Jtfn 3i <3p, v i fi .M 2 7 16, isrirBp, Nu26 M Josi8 4 1K17 1 except n3n ••Bp, Ho io 12 iDn "sb rv^p (J| n^nsb), p r i2 8 2 7 21 : sq. inf. Nu 9 17 )V} ni^i'n 'Bbrzacc. as the cloud was lifted up, Je 29"'. (2) in the phr. 3"in 'Bp acc. to the mouth, or measure, of the sword, i. e. as the sword devours, without quarter, Gn 34 s6 Ex 17 13 Nu 2i 54 +oft. d. ^5? ^B: (i)acc.fo(7Vl fa) the mouth of, i.e. (a) the command of, Gn 4I 4 " 45 21 Ex 17 1 38=' Nu 3 16a ' + (esp. P), 2 K 23 :r '; (0) the evidence or sen- tence of, Dt 17 6 ins ny "3-^ , 9 >» 2I - ( on f)^3n ,, 3"75J Am 6*, v. 2 e supr.). (2) acc. to tlie measure of, in accordance with, 1 Gn 43' we told him ibxn D*"Oin "B by acc. to these words (i.e. the questions Joseph asked), Ex 34 2 ' in accordance with these words, Lv 27 s ^ ; N s S~b]l "nin 11 J^n acc. to what the hand of the vower can reach to, v'^cf.'B? 25 ,6il ), l)ti7'°" 2S13 32 (but v. ncfl'c), p r 22" tt"n »b i>y nys? ljin. in the same sense '? 7X ; +Jos 15' 3 17 4 21 3 . nSr,», and (Ez 40-41, 23 out of 35 t.) 12, also tJb38" b KD, adv.loc. here, hither (prob. from the same demonst. V found in ^i so, then (oft. in apod.), ^K, NIBS : c f. Ko"- 1 - 247 243 - 33 "):— 1. here: a. Gn i 9 12 limply n'B whom hast thou still here? 22 s n'3 DaS «B», HNID

pa " Nu 22 8 3-! 16 Dt 5 s9 1 2 s Ju 4 50 &K n's Bftj,

K 3", etc.; asked in some surprise, Ju i8 :l 

nb ^Jp"np = what is thy business here 1 simil. 1 1 K i9 9 - ,: ' Is 22 ,f ' 52 s nD-Wip nnjn. Cf. the syn. ma, nb 2. b. nb-iy t Jb 38"*. c. nap or iSD, only Ez 40-41, and always (exc. 40 12 *, where it must be supplied with © <S) repeated, on this side . . . on that side (if. HJD , . . njP), Ez 4 o , "i 0l::bl > ; '-- -1 , etc. d. with the interrog. S N, HD'N where 1 v. p. 33. +2. after a verb of motion, hither, 1 S 16" nb iK3"iy, Ezr 4 s . TnSIE, n^lE n.pr.m. in Issachar, *oua, etc.;— nWB Juio' (v. GFM), 1 Ch 7'; ftiS Gn 46 13 Nu T 26 3 . "HyiS adj. gent, of nte, c . art. Nu 26 w ; rd.

  • J|B 1 or (*ova«) ^B ?— © L *ouXaI.

t [j'lS] vb. grow numb (Ar. i-U grow cool; Syr. <^3 be cold; 'X 3'3 cease, be helpless; NH id. vanish): — Qal Impf. 3 ms. 13? 33M G n 45"; 3 fs. ^BH i// 77 3 of hand (si vera 1., v. "03), i.e. drop helpless; Hbi 4 of nito, i.e. be ineffective. Niph. Pf. 1 s. *r?3iy TOIBJ 1^38' / am benumbed and crushed (fig.); rd. prob. also HJIBK ^ 88' 6 (for MT aTr.Xfy. njIBK), 01 Hup Dy GrChe njlBX. t ftt*IS (Ges * * ') n.f. benumbing (fig.), ces- sation ; — ?t> 'B ^nrrPK La 2™ grant thyself no benumbing (rd. prob. H^B). t[na-.DPT] n.f. id.;— pi. TliJDn ftjg La 3 4!l (of weeping; form very strange, rd. prob. niJS), t[rP3] vb. breathe, blow (NH HIS blow out; Ar. (f-s*), i-U=Heb., so Aram. n^B, ^£ • — Qal Impf. 3 ms. Di'H ma; Ct 2 17 4 s until the day breathes, i.e. grows cool. Hiph. Impf.

ms. n<D; V io 5 +; OBJ Pr f>; ns;i Hb 2 3 , 

etc.; Imv. fs. WBn Ct4 16 ; — 1. cause garden (ace.) to exhale (sc. odours) Ct 4 16 . 2. a. pw^, snort, against, 3 pers., if- io 5 . b. ?5? pers., Ez 21 3 " with the fire of my wrath will I blow against thee. c. excite, inflame city Pr 29 s . d. c. v yjf i2 r ' puff, =pant for it (so most ; Thes Hi al. against whom men puff; Bae yBK v / will shine forth to him); YW> Hb 2 3 the vision panlelh (hatteth) towards the end (so most). 3. breathe out, utter, D'atS Pr 6" , 4 5.2i j 9 5. 9) nviOV. i2 17 . tl"PE n.fm.Jsoot,© alBuX^. wafted about); — cstr. fB^KO) 'B Ex 9 810 (P) furnace-soot. TtaiB n.pr.gent. prob. Libyans, or Lib. tribe ; usu. named with African peoples: Na 3' Je 46* Ez 27 1 " 30 5 38 (© usu. Ai'Sm); Gn 10' (P) =1 Ch i 9 (*,wb); + Is 66 19 (for MT ^3; ® *ouS),— vid. Di Un10 - 6 Jen 2 * 1 - 325 "-. T bS^tO^D n.pr.m. Eleazar's father-in-law Ex 6"', $OVTlr]. I "tfi^ErtB n.pr.m. Joseph's master (abbrev. fr. foil.);— Gn 3 7 3r ' (E), 39' (R J ), Ibrtftw, etc. tjn6 ""tpiB n.pr.m. priest of On, Joseph's father-in-law (Egypt. P'-dl-p'-R, i.e. he whom tlie Ra gave.v. Sethe "• •" p,, p™""" 1 ™ "' »"«• •««• A"**; Dr in Hastings DB );— Gn 4 i« M (E), 46- (P), tl(Tf<f>fjrjS, A IIcTpf<pr]S. TTTIS n.[m.] antimony, stibium (NH = BH ; cf. poss. Ar. ejj open, separate; Syr. »s pulverize; but ^1B peril, foreign word); — black mineral powder, for increasing brilliance of eyes by darkening edges of lids; '23 DOTl !?$$ 2K 9 30 , "131 "V"!i?n Je 4 r '°; (on practice in Arab. y .We GG *' l * a -« ; '; in Egypt, lane *•*■*»*■ ed.6.i.*5f.j . fj„ j s g^u j- ,j a ,.] t cement setting off precious stones (but We DLZ - AU|! - 2 -' S90 Che 1 "" al. rd. TJD3 q.v.); 'B V.?^ 1 Ch 29 s are perh. stones of brilliant hue of antimony. — Cf. n.pr. ^Bri pip, and br. tf?TS n.[m.]coU. beans (NH = BH; Ar. Jy; Eth. <p&: £ «§*);— 2 S 17 28 Ez 4 9 , © icua/zos. t^B n.pr.m. =">D*$B nb?n (q. v .) (As. PmZm; Babylonian name of TP.'Schr 8 ™ 1 " 1 * 7 ' 692 ' K8M.w.ct,OT Tie i e ««ch.»it ; c£(thronghPerB.tracL, EMey E "" ,tl ""'« :,,, )n^o f ,CanonofPtol .KAT 2 '- 19 "); 2 K i 5 ' 9 -' 9 1 Ch 5 16 , ♦ow.[X].— Is 66 19 , v. DIB. t[pS]vb.(?); onlyn:iBNV88' 6 ; rd. prob. njiBN, v. 31B, miBN. TV' ' T T HDis 2 Ch 25 13 v. njs. 1^3 v . nws. Tp^lE n.pr.loc. 2nd station of Isr. fr. Hor Nu 33** M , *(f )(M» ; betw. Petra and Zoar, famous for mines, Gk.*.i/a>^,*aii/ui'Euseb 0nome,1L * li - iW ' si , v. also Ritter E ' ,iku " ,i ' !A,l «"- , " 12!Sff - Seetzen 1 """ 1 "-" (Kdlaet Phendn) ; perh. = Edom. n.pr.m. p*B q.v. TnVIE n.pr.f. a midwife Ex i 15 , *owa. fl. V lS] vb. be dispersed, scattered (NH = BH ; peih. akin to Ar. [ _^s break asunder, scatter); — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. WIBJ f 68 2 , «bj Ez 48 l6 + ; 3 fpl. nr^ani Ez 34 s +, nr2riBniZci3 7 ,etc.; Imv. mpLWB '1S14 34 ; Pt. pass. pi. sf. 'SIB Zp 3 10 (v. infr.); — be dispersed,, disperse, DV3 1 S 14 34 ; be scattered, of enemies 1 S 11" Nu io 35 yfr 68 c ; of Isr. (among nations) under fig. of flock Ez 3 4 s * Zc 1 3 7 ; 'XIBTQ Zp 3 ln i s prob.crpt.,and v 910 gloss v. Schwally ZAW " (l ™ )aB Now Da; of besieging army 2S20 22 p'V? •'V?); people from (ft?) possessions Ez 46'"; men (from Babel) Gn 1 1^3? loc). Niph. Pf. 3 fs. nsiDJ J e io 2 ', 3 pi. ttti) Gn io ,s + , 2 mpl. DnJt'DJ Ezii 17 + , etc.; Pt. f. nxiBJ 2 Si8 9 Qr (>Kt nWW) cf. Dr al.; pi. D'SEtf 1 K 22 17 , D'XIB: 2 Oh 18' 6 ; — 1. be scattered, of army 2 K 25 5 (7jfO pers.)=Je52 9 , 1 K 22 17 (/« loc.) =2 Ch i8' 6 (75?), cf. Je 4o' 5 (abs.); of dispersed Isr. c. 3 loc. Ezn ,; 20 34 - 41 2 8 25 , as flock Je 10" Ez 34 s (^5? loc), v ,2 (DB>); Egyptians 29" (nBB>); of battle scattered over country by defeat 2 S 18 9 . 2. be spread abroad, of peoples Gn io*. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. consec. }"W1 Dt 4 27 + , 1 s. contec. , nii' , Qnl Ez 22 15 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. ffj Jb 37", }>B>1 Gn 1 1 9 + , etc.; Irnv. ms. fan Jb4o"; Inf.cslr.ypy} 1 ? Ez20 23 ,etc;— 1. trans. scatter: a. c. ace. pers. Gn 1 i 89 (?S loc), Is 4 1 16 Hb 3 14 ; c. 3 Gn 40/; Isr. among (3) nations Dt 4 27 28 M Je 9 13 Ezi r 1, i2 I *ao*'2i M 3 6 19 Ne i 8 ; c. (n)DB> Dt 30 3 Je 30"; c. W loc. EZ34 21 ; abs. Je 13 24 18 17 , underfig. of flock Je23' 2 ; Gr rds. D?"B^ also Dt 3 2 26 (v. [nxs]); Egyptians (c.3) Ez 29 12 30"' :b ; inhab. of earth Is 24 1 . b. c. ace. lei, arrows (fig. for lightnings) 2 S 22 15 = 1// i8' 5 , ^144"; cloud Jb37"; 13K ni-uy fK 40 11 (i.e. lightnings?); seed Is 28". c. WrBrtJ Jbi8" and drive him (si vera 1., vid. conj. in Bu). 2. intrans., scatter, c. 3 loc Ex 5 12 , c ^yo pers. 1 S 13 s ; of wind Jb 38'-" (^? loc). TV^CTD n.m. seatterer, disperser; — Na 2 2 (si vera 1.), but rd. perh. f*3D club, hammer JD Mich We Now; so also Pr 25" cf. Toy. r[ -, ^"-riJ assumed as sg. of n.f.pl. sf. DD'TiixisrVI Je 25^ (so van d. H) your disper- sions (33 al.) ; but Baer Gi D?^-, expl. as vb. Tiph. 1 s. Thes al., so (rdg. Da'rfoPBri) Hi Gf Kb 1471 ; word corrupt; Gr tW'HSBJI, Gie DFIXBJ]. fll. 1^)2 vb. flow, overflow (Ar. ^li flow, cf. Ba E869 );— Qal Impf. 3 mpl. KP» % Pr 5 K of springs, fig. for sources of pleasure ; 3 fpl. 3it3T? 'IV njyiSPl Zc I 17 my cities shall overflow with good. fl- [p^S] vb. reel, totter; — Qal Pf. 3 pi. n)p73 IpB Is 28' they reel (drunken, in

•me giving) judgment (|| W, Wfl, etc.); rd. prob. also Impf. 3 fs. pIBn Am 2" tolterelh (v. piy). Hiph. Impf. 1. totter: 3 ms. P'BJ Je io 4 (of idol). 2. rd. prob. also Pt. P'BD Am 2 13 cause tottering (v. piy). T np^l2 n.f. tottering, staggering; — fig. for qualm of conscience 1 S 25 31 ( + 3 .? •'i-J'3'?, v. Dr). tp"B, pS n.[m.] id. lit.;— D"Ta p5 Na2 n tottering of knees (so Baer Gi; p*3 van d. H). fll. p^D vb. Hiph. bring out, furnish, promote (NH id.; appar. akin to Aram. pB3 go forth, Aph. bring forth, produce; — 1. pro- duce, furnish : Impf. ( juss.) 3yip PBTrj Is 58 1 " c.^fB? (id. perh. 10nb v . CJie""'); Pt. D'p'BD ir-"? I??^ I 44 13 ( v -'-')- 2> * r! "0 °"'. *«£ obtain, c. ace; P'BJ Pr 3 13 , 4-fD pers., p3>l 8 :,i

22 (all || KYID), 12 2 . 3. pBrri>« teDJ ^i 4 o 9 

/a* device do not promote. t"WS n.m. lot(NH = BH; perh. As. loan- word fr. puru, buru, stone Jen ZA,!B9f ' and in Wild*""" 3 ');— expl. by ^j^, Est ^4. QgJ TWn v 26 explains name of feast D'l'B v 26 ; W Dncn daysofPurimv* 1 -"; 'Bri rvjM« v » In *TO^ v 32 .— Vid. on Purim esp.Now Arcl,lim,r and reff. I. llD (v^of foil. ; poss. foam, cf. Ar. ( ,jj), Jli, boil, ferment; Syr. »as, Ethpe., of anger). TimS n.f. wine-press; — 'FDTJ 'B Is 63 s (v.^?5 3); disting. fr. 3p', and perh. part of it, rig 2 16 (rdg. '3D, so Sm Now ; usu. measure of juice from one filling of the 'B, v. Ke). tlVlB n.[m.] pot (Thes fr. boiling, dub.; otherwise Ko" 1 - 15 '); — pot (earthen? v. 1113 Ecclus 13 2 , Gk. xir/>a, opp. X«'3ijt ; Syr. ji ]i*»3» jar 0/ the potter, opp. JLLLi? )t.^), for boiling Nu 1 1 9 (JE), 1 S 2 14 . cf. Ju 6 19 (® vr P a, II. "113 V. II. TI3. TWHIB n.pr.m. son of Haman Est 9 s , &apa8a0a, BapSaBa. fl. [ti'lB] vb. appar. spring about, Qal Pf. 3 pi. consec. VtriB WB1 Hb i 9 (but prob. del. ^Bl as dittogr. v. Now); 2 mpl. consec. DfnB'BI Hal 3 50 , Impf. 2 mpl. WBri J e 50" Qr (so ©; > Kt 'B^Bn), in both, sim. of gambolling calves. fH. [li^^D] vb. Niph. be scattered;—

pi. Q , "!^-^y TjQy WS3 Na 3 ,s (rd. prob. «B3). 

tipiE adj.gent. cart.'Bn 1 0112" a family in Judah; MtHpaScip, A H<)>id(w, ®L AcjxpovSt. ra

rntno ts v. I. trs. fl. [ITS] vb. Hoph. be refined (I) (dub. •/);— PfcTBJD DHJ iK io ,s refined gold (si vera 1.; © fefopor, || 2 Ch 9 17 "W1B). TTB n.m.* ,5,u refined, pure gold (Talm. W3; $ KW3);_!3 nnC5> f 21 4 ; in compar. of value or beauty : La4 2 ,'ET , ?."j« Ct5 B J ||(or + ) am Jb 28'- ('b-^?), ^ i9 n (+3J), ii9 w ; II cr.3 Is i3 12 , cf. 'a ons Ct 5"; + p"in Pr8 19 . fll. [TT2] vb. be supple, agile (Talm. (rare) NT13 hasty; Ar.jl be frightened, excited; Syr. (Lexx.) jJi leap, jLia a^7e, etc.); — Qal Imp/. 3 mpl. Mbjl Gn 49 24 , of arms. Pi. sliew agility, leap (in dance), ft. "Q")3IM TJBO 2 S 6 16 . t [ iTD] vb. scatter (usually regarded as secondary form of ID q.v.; NH id. Pi. (opp. D33 = B>33), Niph.; Ar. "Ji rend, slit, also separ- ate, disperse); — Qal Ft. pass. f. JTVnS nb' Je 50 a scattered slieep is Israel (i.e. driven off, isolated). Niph. Pf. 3 pi. ^"ii33 ^i4i 7 our bones are scattered bS$X? 'B?. Pi. Pf, 3 ms.l?? 1^53* 112 9 , etc.; Impf 3 ms.1JB] 147 16 ; 2 fs. njDFn J e3 ' 3 ; Pi.TJBB Prii";— scaHer^8 9 u 53 6 147" (all subj.'*-), J04 2 ; obj. ^3™ Je 3 ", of Isr. running bither and tbither to strange gods; abs. of spending money x//- 112 9 (alms), Pr n- 4 . Pn. Pi. "IIBO Est 3 s scattered, of Isr. , 11. r.B v. nna. irTS vb. dread, be in dread, in awe (XH Hitbp. (rare), Ecclus 41" Imv. by nna fear fjr; X Xim n.); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. nns f ii9" !1 , 'Slconsec.Isi9" 1 6o 5 ; 1 s. W[ia Jl)3 25 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. TnS? Is 19 17 ; 2 ms. in?Pl Dt 28 6; +,etc.;— 1. be in dread, abs. Dt28 66 Isi2 2 33' 4 44 s "^ 7 8^Pr 3 ::4 ; 'S *6 J e 3 6 24 sign of callousness; c. ace. cogn. ins Dt28 07 Jb3 23 V"4 5 =53 6 ; c. IP pers. Is 19" Jb23 ,i V 2 7 I (|| WV), cf. 1 19 161 , and (c. "?.?«?) Is 19 16 ; c. ^ rei J e 33 9 ( + ^?"}); c. 7K, pregn., turn in dread to each other Je 36 16 , submitting to '* Ho 3 s Mi 7' 7 (II N T t ). 2. 6« mi awe (at '» 's favour), abs., Is 6o' Pi. 7>e in great dread, Tmpf. 2 ms. "IWp. Is 5 1 ,:l , c. "JE!? rei ; Pt. abs.infitp Pr 28" deeply dreading (sc. sin). ilipli. Pf. 3 ms. TnBn Jb 4'* filled my bones t»t<A efreail . "TrE^n.in. lsl1 - 7 dread;— 'b abs. Gn 31" + , cstr. 1 S 1 i 7 +, sf. Tina Dt 2 25 f 119 120 , inna Jbi3" iCh i4 ,; ,etc.; pi. Cnna Jb 15 s1 :— . dread, '< 'b, i.e. before ' oft. (not alw.) ter- rifying, unfitting for action, tls 2 1019,2 ' iSii' 2 Ch 14" 17 10 , so Dt6« 'B f 20 29 , c. sf. Jb 13" |f 119 12 " trembleth for dread of thee ; c. genit. obj. Isr., tDt 2 25 (|| HNT), ii 25 (|| KTto), ,/, 105 s9 Est8 i; 9 2 ,3.iK / Bt^64 2 ,ofindividiialtiChi4 l? Est 9 s ; c. genit. obj. rei Pr i 33 ; abs., in gen., Ex I5 10 (song; || f™), Jb 4 14 (|| nnVl), Je 3 o 5 (|| <?)? n T)n) + ; as ace. cogn. c. nna ^14* + (v.ina); c. genit. subj. tPr i 20 - 27 (both || TN) Dt28 67 . . = <>&><;< of dread t^ 31 12 3 6 2 , $g ID Jb 31°; wjnf nns +Jb 3 2i ; inan i)ippt i s2 4 18 sound of the disaster, for 'BH »JBD of orig. Je 48", but nnriB 5>ip f Jb 15 21 = a sound of terrors; 'B Dkni 2 2 10 Pr 3 25 . 3. as design, dei t P n >"! 'B Gn 31 42 (||Dn-|3S ^K), so v"(|| «*. ; both E). t[n"nnEj n.f. dread, religious awe, sf. K? 1v8 T 1 '?? 3 . Je 2" no awe of me (came) unto thee. f 11. ["THC] n.[m.J thigh (prob. loan-word (through Aram., otherwise 3 = T) from Ar. x±? thigh and (cf. We 00 "- 1993 - 479 ) sub-tribe, Palm. "ina tribe); — ftlTj »7| Jb 40 Kt <Ae «2»ieu>s o/ /«'« </tz(//i (Qr l^na), of hippopotamus. nn3 28 n.m. 2K1824 governor (loan-word fr. As. puh&ti [abbrev. from bel pahcltt], lord of a district ; cf. perh. OAram. TIB governor); — abs.'BnNe5Vstr.nrBHgi , + ,"ri n ? z 21 ; sf. -ns Mai i 8 , Dria Ne 5 14 (but read prob. nriB); pi. abs. nina 1 K20 :( + ; cstr. fling io !5 =2Ch 9", nil"? Ezr8 M + ; sf. n^riina Je5i 2857 ;— as Assyr. captains 2 K i8 24 = Is 36 9 (<del/B, cf. Sta z4W,i(ia86).im al .) ) c f. Ez 23 6.i 2 . of Babylon Je 51 2367 , and Bab. allies EZ23 23 ; of Media Jesi 28 ; Pers. governor of IHSn "JJ ) i. e. in Pal., Hg I 114 2 2 " 1 Ne 2 7,9 + 8 t.; Pers. satraps in gen. Est 3 12 8 9 9 3 ; applied (by late writer) to Sol.'s governors 1 K io' 5 = 2 Ch 9 14 ; Benhadad's captains 1 K 20 2 ' (del. v., Sta al.). — Cf. BAram. I" [THD] vb. be wanton, reckless (NH id. (rare); Ar. lio be JutujlUy, boastful, reckless; X 'fa, Syr. 1a«3 be lascivious, in der. spec, and deriv.);— Qal Pt. Dnq'BI D"m D^3S Ju 9 4 ; of prophets Zp 3 4 extravagant (|| Tftlpl 'B'JS). TtPD n.[m..] wrantonness, recklessness, unbridled license ; — Gn 49 4 , abstr. for concr. ( + D^33 like [boiling, or overflowing] water). T [mtnE] n.f. recklessness, extrava- ganoe ; — sf. 2°- Je 23 s2 of prophets. nnD

mTtrr '•a rfnS (v of foil.; meaning dub.; cf. Aram. Nns, |*La, whence (Frii 119 ) Ar. >i as loan-word). fi. TO n.m.*' 24 ' 7 bird-trap (cf. Wilkinson Egyptians (1KH) II. 103. 109 f. £)_ Am 3, 5 JT ff m ZA W Hi (1883), 101 ._ 'S abs.Ho5' + ,n3 Je 4 8« + ; cstr. ns Ho9 8 + ; pi. D»na Je i8- 2 + ; — 1. lit. % tfy Am 3 6b (as metaph.; v* del.'D), Pr 7 a Ec 9" (c. Ml< ; both in sim.). 2. usually fig. (sts. || E^piD, nan, WW): a. of calamities and plots, E>ip;'B Ho 9", cf. f 91 3 124 7 ; 'S alone Je 4 8 43 =Is 24", Jb22 10 V' 124 7 Pr 22 5 ; p 'B rpe J e 18" f 140 6 142 4 ; P 'B i™ 119"", p 'B ti% 141 9 ; 'B 3J5V3 ins* Jb 1 8 9 ; 'S3 13£ J e 48" = Is 2 4 18 . b. = source or agent of calamity Ho 5 1 Jos23 13 (D), Is8 H /'69 :: '. — ^u 6 v. Dns. t [~nE] vb. Hipli. denom. ensnare ; Inf. abs. D?3 nan IS42™, c. 3 loc. an ensnaring [i.e. men have ensnared] them all in, etc. fn. [n§] n.[m.] plate of metal; pi. ^I Q'na Nu 17 3 ; cstr. anjn 'na-nx wpvj Ex 39 s . DFIS (/of foil.; cf. prob. Ar. 'Jj, be black, NFi DDS id. (in der. spec), Dns = BH; Ar. ^^i charcoal ; As. pentu ( = *pemtu) glowing coal; Syr. vi~.9 in Lexx). TDnQ n.[m.] coal (coll.); abs. 'a, as in- flammable, Dyn?? 'B Pr 26 21 {charcoal for em- bers, Toy); of glowing coal Is44 12 , 'B tPN 54 16 ; ^ 1 1 6 for JIT eto ens read k*k ana ( r 'ens) coa?* 0//re (|| nnE3), so Ew al.

HD (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^J3 cut off, vu. 

6e perforated (of roof); Syr. U»i Pa. pierce, break through, ))t~~Sb pit, chasm; NH nns dig, hollow out, also diminisli). tnrin.in. 28,8I7 (in 17 9 rd.nnNS) pit;— 'D abs. Je 4 8* ! - r , nna v 28 ; pi. DVirtB 2 S 17 9 ; —pit, 2 S 1 7 9 1 8 17 Je 48 28 (Gie qu. text) ; fig. of calamity fPI 'BJ "in? J e 48^ cf. v 4444 = Is 24 17 cf. v 1818 andLa 3 47 . tripn2 n.f. -a boring or eating out; — Lv 1 3 s5 , of leprous decay in garment. T3.NTO rnS n.pr.m. post-exil. name; — "a 'B-J3 Ne3 u (*<ta/3[0],i<fla/3, ®L Epayiad), / B"' , 33 "D Ezr 2 6 = Ne 7 11 , Ezr 8 4 (all QaaSnaaP, etc.), 10 30 ; 'D 'a Ne io 15 (both <t>aa8[6]na>af3, etc.). tiTTOfi n.f. (m. ace. to Albr ZAW "" 1696)108 ) topaz or chrysolite (ace. to © Toml(iov, 35 topazius, etc.; prob. foreign word, cf. Skr. pita (prop, yellow)} ; — named with other precious stones Ez28 ,3 Ex28 17 =39 10 ; cstr. cns-moa Jb 28 19 .— Vid. Plin""""" * w , Houghton in Sm Pit, Topaz J> JHWB. Edelsteln taJ^HB nW" 023 forge-hammer;— (NH = P»H; Aram, loan-word ace. to Frii 85 , and so Ar. ^Jai (cf. Ar. trad, in Lane), v. % KB»D3 ; but Lag BN 103 cp. i .'. . h j swine's snout, Syr. *^.9 flat-nosed); — 'a abs. Is 41' Je23 M ; cstr. 50 23 fig. of Bab. as destroyer. ILjS vb. separate, remove, set free (NH depart, set free, Niph. also die; Ph. "103 CIS 102 *> 2 depart (die?); As. patdru, S]>lit, break through, ipliru, ransom, Tel Am. escape, set free (perh.Canaanit.); Ar jL5 cleave, split, ahocreate; Eth. &.(I(. create, fabricate ; Aram. 103, j.^9 ivitlidraw, depart) ; — Qal Pf 3 ms. 'B 2 Ch 23 s ; Impf. 3 mOBEM 1 S 19'°; Pt. actuate Pri7"; pass. D ,- !1DB iCh 9 M Qr (Kt Dn'Ofi); cstr. nios r K6 IS! "V!Ca v*;— 1. intrans. remove oneself, specif, escape I S 1 9 10 ('JED, cf. Dr). 2. trans, set free fr. duty 2 Ch 23 s (ace. pers.), so pass. 1 Cl^^Qr (Kt Qn'OB adj. or Aram, pt., same mug.); D^O 'B Pr - u set free, let out; pass. E'SX '"ilea term, techn. of ornament in temple, dub., usually out-spread (garlands) of flowers iK6 M,!,i . Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. naba Wt?B? ty 22 s tliey separate with the Up, i. e. open mouth wide (insultingly). T^tCS n. [m.] that which separates, first opens; — cstr., Orn 'B i.e. firstborn, of man and beast, Ez 20 26 Ex 13?** 34* Nu 18 16 ; apposes Ex 13 2 Nu 3 12 ; DfT] om. Ex i 3 l2B 3 4 ,9 -°. f[JTW^] n.f. id., nni-b? m.tpa Nu8 16 . m WS iCh 9 33 Kt v.nt3B2. S v. na. trip2"3 n.pr.loc. in Egypt (Pabast, Eb G84M , or Per-Bastet, Griffith H *" to «' I,B " i - 874 , 'House of Basket ) ' orig. Pei-wbaste ace. to St eind BAS '• 3S0 , cf.Naville Bub "" ,4, ' 4f ' 4S ' 56 ,Gk.B u ^a<7T«(Herod.), Boi/3aoros (Diod. Sic.)) ; — Ez 30 1 " © Boi»(3do-Tou (genit.), mod. Tel-Basfa, near Zakazik, c. 30 miles NNE. fr. Cairo.— Vid. Herod. 1 ' 1 - 5e '"' 67 ' 1371 ' la D[ i wmmi Naville lc - ; T ™ llsVlct - II1 ". nm.w«  tiTTTin S n.pr.loc. on E. border of Egypt, Exi4 29 (© 17 (iravXts), Nu 33 7 (E(7r)tpa>5) + v 8 (read 11 »BD Sam @ 35 J, or fi 'B ^BO, for MT 'n 'JBD, cf. Di). Site unknown. TO

N7E T3, *7*I3 (v/of foil.; cf. Ar. zy, SO dt«, juj, S'j pews away, be exltausted (of property)). t TB n. [m.] ruin, disaster ; — abs. Jb 1 2'; cstr. 3 i M Pr24 :2 ; sf.VTB Jb 3 o 24 + 2i 20 (forT3). ni*B, nVB v. na. rPB v. ma. T ,b^3 n.pr.m. captain of Abimelech of Gerar Gn 2 i 2232 26 s *, *ncoX, ©L *tx<>X. til^a v. B$B. D^D, perb. < DNS (^of foil., cf. Ar. '0 _/JM, 11. ma£e wufe, iv. become full (of fat); hence (Thes al.) foil., by syncope of N, ef. Ges» ,9k ). TiTTE) n.f. superabundance (of fat); — 'a Jbi5* T (l|fcfo)- DPS'D n.pr.m. (Egypt. Pe-nehasi, the negro, ace." to Lauth MM " (,868, - 71 ' ZMG " v(lm) ' ,39r - cf. Nes Eg U2.AJ8L.IH (1887)174 r5 aen Kx«.26 )) . etv _ I) ^ ; _ li grandson of Aaron, *(e)iMtf, Ex 6 25 Nu 2 5' + 1 6 1. t2. son of Eli I S I 3 (t DH33), 3 * 4 «.u.W.» ^3 t^-B n.pr.m. Edomite Gn 36 41 1 Ch i 52 , 4iwf, $ivo>i' l ^ira ; — cf. pW . rn'tPB v. rra. p"Q v. 1. pi S . tj'iiJj'B n.pr.fl. (Thes sub B*ia, cf. esp. Nes""* 5 , but dub.); — one of the rivers of Eden Gn 2", *(f)itra>i/, (on theories of identif. v. Connn., also reff. sub pn"3). TVirPE n.pr.m. descendant of Saul 1 Ch

33 = |iT , B 9 41 , <bi8av, <t-m8av, @L Qi8w8. 

^D3 (/of foil.; cf. NH 'na/a^, also ^333 trickle, denom., or <onomatop.). t"S]S n.m. 2K9 ' vial, flask;— cstr. JEfn '3, for anointing, 1S10 1 2 K 9 13 . TpirE vb. Pi. trickle, perh. denom.; — Pt. t r pi. JD D'3313 0)0 EZ47 2 water trickling on the south side. '□"2Xn rnrS n.pr.m. (bindress [Aram.; perh. binder (fem. of office)] of the gazelles); — head of pott-exilic family, 'fl 'B '33 Ezr2 57 = Ne 7 5 * (2"3Sn), vloi <ba<rpa8 viui Aofjiuiciv (4><z<ca- pa8, 2a,3uci/4, etc.). fcwD (v^offoll.; separate from the ordinary, distinguish ace. to Thes Gerber 212 , cf. i"6a). TiOB n.m. wonder (NH id.; as unusual, extraordinary); — 'a Exi5 n + 6t.; sf. 1^3 fSa e ; 1j*5>B 77'= 88 13 ; pi. LV*6a Lai'; fpl. l"rt$OB fr 119 129 Dn 12 6 ; — 1. wondev: extraor- dinary, hard to be understood, God's dealings with His people Is 29"; the testimonies of the Law ^11 9 129 ; }W Nj? Is 9 s marvel of a coun- sellor (Eaer *V S ), wonderful counsellor (pi Mess, king) ; pi. as adv. ace. 'B TIRl La I 9 she (Jerus.) hath come down marvellously. 2. wonder: of God's acts of judgment and redemption ^77 1S 88 13 8 9 6 ; 'B flbS Ex 15" L525 1 ^77 15 78 12 88"; of extraord. trials 'an fg Dn 12 6 . [frOS] vb. denom. Niph. etc., be sur- passing, extraordinary (cf. Gerber 212 ); — Niph. Pf. 3 fs. nsba? fi 18 23 (Ges*" f ); nn^w? Si 2r '(K6 , - 610t ' 6,4 Ges i76o °); 3pL«j»J Pi-30 1 ' 8 ; Impf. vbsi Dt 17"+ 6 t.; Pt. mpl. D'^BJ ^139"; fs.ns.^BJ Dt3o u ; pl.niK^B? Jos3 5 +; sf. T^pM Ex 3 20 , etc.; — tl. be beyond, one's power, difficult to do, nkrff 2S13 2 ; 'B Wp Zc8 66 ; c. |D pers.too difficult for Dt 30", for* Gni8 ,4 (J) Je32 172 '. t2. be difficult to understand ; c. }0 pers. too difficult for ^131' Pr 30 18 Jb 4 2 3 , to decide Dt 1 7 8 . Esp. + 3. a. be extraordinary, wonderful, 2 S i 26 i|fi 19 18 ; of God's acts, WTP '3 1 1 8 23 , cf. 1 39 14 . b. Pt. as subst. marvellous things Jb 37 14 (acts of God), Dn 1 1 36 (presumptuous words) ; as adv. won- drously Jb 37 5 Dn 8". 4. TmjB} = wonder- ful acts of in judgment and redemption, Ex 3 20 (J)Ju6 ,3 Je2i 2 iChi6 924 f9 2 26 7 -|-i5t.-ff; also 'j rffctf Ex 34 10 Jos 3 5 (J) Jb 5 9 = 9 10 , + 9 t. Chr^; '3 nton Mi7' 5 ^78". iVi. Inf. cstr. ">13. N?3p make a special votive offering, Lv 2 2 21 Nu 1 5 38 (P). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. N'pari 1//31 22 2CI126 15 ; N?BH IS28 29 ; K^am consec. Dt28 59 (Ges f75o °); Jmpf. vfyl Lv27 2 Nu6 2 ; Inf. abs. sban Is 29" 2 Ch 2 8 ; cstr. KvBn Is 29" J02 26 ; Pt. N^BO Jui3 19 ;— 1. do a hard or difficult thing : TJJ pw) ' sri wa&e a AarcZ tow Lv 2 7 2 Nu 6 2 (cf. Pi.). 2. wia&e wonderful, do viondrously : of God, J"li3p 'Bfl ma/ce pla'jues wonderful (exceptional), Dt 2 8 59 ; nsy'BH I s2 8 29 »ia/c« counsel wondrous, 29 14 do wonderfully with people, +«^?J N.ban ; 'nb D30y r.by Jo 2 M <ZeaZ< «;!<A yow doing wondrously ; y WDH 'Bn ^ 3 1 22 ; TBfflp 'Bfl 2 Ch 26 15 did marvellously in receiving help ; of the temple IvBnj ?H3 2 Ch 2 9 (Kb s ""- 43,8e ). 3. of God, W N^sp Jui 3 19 working wonders in doing. tHithp. Impf 13 S?2nn Jb io 16 </tow dost sJtew thyself mar- vellous (act inexplicably) against me. n-iVd

■oVo t «lfe n.pr.m. (DHM *■"«'• Dmkm - •• ' cp. Lihy. n.pr. n^a); — son of Reuben Gn 46 s Ex 6" Nu 26 s8 i Ch 5 s , *aXXov(r), etc.; v. also J^B. T^S vS adj. gent, of foregoing, c. art. as n.coll., Nu 26 s . [j$'7£] v. following. T [^^7?] adj. wonderful, incomprehen- sible ;— m. ^S (i.e. 'K^S) Kt, Ju I3 13 (name f" , ^|-p;>Qr(K)^s); f/|f? njn tn6b<Le. »W$B) f 139 6 God's knowledge ; >Qr nypB. tfT'NTS n.pr.m. Ne8 7 io 11 , ©L *ak<uat. TrYOQ n.pr.m. (late As. Pi-lldma Hilpr f [nN^DO] n.f. wondrous work (si vera 1.); — pi. cstr. rfiKpBl? Jb 37" (of providence; but read probably TrtitpB? Bu SS, cf. Di). t[j?3] vb. split, divide (NH chiefly in secondary meanings and deriv.; Ar. ~j divide, split; Aram. r?», ^S divide; Eth. &.M; ravine, stream; As. palgu, canal); — Niph. Pf. 3 fs. H3pD3 Gn io 25 -the earth was divided. Pi. 1. Pf. 3 ms. 2?3 Jb 38 25 cleave a channel for rain. 2. Imv. ms. ji>3 (Ges* 62 -) ^55'° divide their speech (their counsels). fi. 2 1 ?! n.m.* 65 ' 10 (cleft) channel, (artif.) canal;— usu. pi. W$B Is 3o" B ( + D^Qnj^); cstr. tfEPJpi ^ 1 3 , sim. Is 3 2 2 Pr 2 1 ', metaph. 5 16 , of tears La 3 48 yjr 1 19 136 ; W3 Vm6 5 (i-e. irrigating canals fr. river, metaph.); ffij^3fV Jb 29 s (fig. of prosperity) ; sg. D'nf'N &B yj, 65 10 , poet, of channel for rain (cf. Jb 38 20 ). fn.3- 2 n.pr.m. son of Eber, #aX«, ©L

  • aA*y : Gn'io* 1 i 171919 1 Ch i*», l)% Gn u 16 .

t[n."7l] n.f. 1. stream. 2. division; — pi. ni;?B : 1. streams Jb 20 17 . 2. divisions, sections of tribe, 'a cstr. Ju 5 1516 (read perhaps nia?B, v. following), > streams. t[n:V;] a-f- division ( = np?no q. v .), of priests, for service ; — pi. cstr. TYlOB 2 Ch 35 s . t [na^BQ] n.f. id. ; pi. aba. nii6an , Ch 35 12 . tt&TB. tfjT'B n.f. concubine (NH W.; ... •.• ■' v v : 37 v Z s " Nflp? , 3 (NflppB), perhaps influenced by Gk. TraWaufi, naWaKts (prop, young girl), Lat. pellex; orig. Gk. word ace. to Sta 01-380 , cf. also Lewy Fremd».o6f.. on posg _ Hittite origin v. Jen"* " 1 '" 1 <"">.«««.);_ 'B abs. 2 S3 7 , cstr. 2 1", "3 abs. Gn 36 12 Jui9 , ,cstr.Gn35 S!! +4t.; sf.^3^3 2 2 54 + ,

  • tf r Ju i 9 = 4 ; tf- 20 4 + 2 t.; pi. &$$ 2 S 5 a

+ 2 t,, 3 Gn 25 6 + 5 t.; cstr. K$? 2 8 16 2122 ; sf. if:^a 2 Chi i !1 , Tf$9 2S19 6 , B0$& Ez 23 20 ;— 1. concubine Gn 22 24 25 s 35" 36 12 Ju 8 31 19'+ iot. Jui 9, 20, 2S3 77 +7 t. 2 S, iKii 3 1 Ch i 32 + 6 t. Ch, Est 2" Ct 6 89 . 2. either

2>aramour (perhaps contempt.; 6 jniXX«£[edit]

youth), or <concubinage Ez 23 20 (fig. of Jeru- salem doting on Babylon). f" [n~HS:] n.f. usu. iron, steel (origin dub. ; TT : * .> > . - x - > steel in Ar. is s^y, JjJU, but Vulg. Ar. jjljj ; Syr. »X&3(iu Lexx); loan-wd.fr. Pers.jSjj ace. to Lag 005 -*" 1 '- 75 , cf. N6 ZHQ! ' II(lim ' , - 7 ' i9 , but uncer- tain, cf. Now and reff.);— pi. [abs.!] Tityr&fl ayjlj Na 2 4 <"01 tfljl TO We Now, like fire the steel (fittings) of the chariots. tJT?S n.pr.m. Nahorite Gn 22", *aX8as. I' [l~f 72] vb. Niph. be separated, distinct (|| form of N?D q.v. ; cf. Ar. yi , %i separate from sucking,wean; Eth.<t.A?: separate, dintinguisJi); — 1 . Pf 1 pi. consec. U'i'M} Ex 33™ and we shall bedistinct.c. P?pers. 2. is. 'Tlv33|/i39 1 Vam wonderful(viz.in bodily stature etc.);<VrssHup- Now Bae We fl- thou ['•>] art wonderful (tOS 3). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. i"6sn f 4 4 , 'ill consec. Ex 9 4 ; 1 s. ^nvBni consec. 8 18 ; Impf. 3 ms. i"DB! n 7 ; Imv. ms. n?Dn ^ 17 7 ; — of', make separate, c. ace. Ex8 18 (by treating differently); set apart + 4 4 , but perh. read '? "IDPl (for MT £ TDPI), hath made wonderful (his) kindwss to me (Dy Gr Che We Du [Bae ' perh.']), so 1 7 7 (cf. 3 i M ); distinguish between, P3 rei, EX9 4 , p? pers. 1 1 7 . fi. ■ , 272 pron. a certain one ; Gk. •, rj Suva (ace. to Thes from above •/ , through an unused noun pB, prop, one defined, a particular one: NH id,; Aram. ^^3, f. Jl^i^S ; Arab. ^SlS - W -AGI.§S3».. )V0C J< g; egf ZWTh,xvU.»S ; Xs.pulpul IIpt BASL " 4 ), always joined with '?topK (prop, one not mentioned) in the sense of ' ein gewisser verschwiegener ' (Ew 4106c ' 2 Sta* 180 *), 'a certain unnamed one,' i.e. such a one; Ru 4 1 naVQtp ^DpK '2PB sit down here, such a one (Gk. £ ovtos ; Ar. Ji U); in the phr. 'N '3 DipO the place of

  • Mc/t a one = such and such a place, 1 S 21 3 rhc

toVo^

K 6 s . From 'n 'b arose by contraction (or 

conflation, Perles*"* 1 ' 82 ) ^bjffl tDn 8 13 . . ,10»n "Q"TOn 'B? to that certain one who spake. — II. ( ia v. p. 813. t" [I"772] vb. cleave (Ar. ' L» cleave ; Aram. n?S(usu.), «»i£a, are till, work, serve [ = "DV]); • — Qal Pt. D.? 3 ^ 141" of cleaving, ploughing, 5»"1X3 (||yp3). Pi. Impf. 1. c/eaw open, through,

ms. njS^ of piercing kidneys Jb 16 13 , liver 

Pr 7= 3 (both fig.); i>? n^. 2 K 4 39 of cutting up (fruit) into pot. 2. cause to cleave open, 3 fpl. njn?Dn ]>?~pl Jb 39 3 of animals bringing forth young, rd. perh. njB?Bn ( 2 i 10 ). tri7E n.f. Jb41,16 cleavage, mill-stone (mill cleft betw. the stones 1 cf. GFM Ju ; X «!#») ;— 'B abs. Jb 4 1 16 , elsewh. cstr.; — 1. a. mill-stone, 33?. 'B mill-stone of riding, i.e. upper stone, wh. is turned (cf. 33"3), Ju 9 53 2 S 1 1 21 ; TWinn 'B Jb 4 1 '" lower mill-stone (sim. of hardness), b. ib^n. 'B 1 S 30' 2 a cake of figs (from shape?). 2. cleavage, split, hence slice fWlfJ 'B Ct 4 3 = 6 7 sim. of human temple (from colour, cf. Wetzst in De ftm, " ,, " A ). "Nn7S (Baer nn?3) n.pr.m. post-exilic name Ne 1 o 25 ; 4>a6'a«i-, ©L *aXXaet. t [13 72] vb. escape (NH id; Ph. in n.pr.; Ar. oJL» iv. escape, Vulg. Ar. kii ; OAram. U,B Pa. reacts, S ^B, Syr. ^3);-Qal Pf. 3 pi. consec. 'BpBI Ez7 16 a»id (if) escapers of them escape. Pi. causat. : /wi/j/. 3 ms. sf. DDpB^ ■ 2 ms. oVbTI Mi 6", etc. ; Imv. ms. nB^>B 1// 1 7 13 , etc.; 7Y sf. 'D9B& i 8 3 + ; — 1. bring into security Mi 6 14 ; esp. of '*, deliver, c. ace. pers., y 22 s - 9 3 1 2 37 40 7 1 2 ( + ^Jtn), 8 2* 9 1 14 ; + It? from 2 S 2 2 44 = ^i8 44 ,V'i8 4, (K , 5rtt3 H2S22 49 ), I7 13 37 40 43' 7 1 4 ; pt. c. %i., my deliverer 2S22 2 =//i8 3 , ^40" 70 6 144 2 . 2. caws« to escape, cast forth, of cow calving Jb 21 10 (cf. [B^B] Hiph., also X vomit out, and so ^£&)- 3. appar. intrans. be delivered, c. Jt? Jb 23', but dub.; Bu Qal ('perh.'); © Du read "BEBto as obj. (but elsewhere subj. of Pi.). Hiph.. bring into security; Impf. 3 ms. By?! Is 5 s9 of Assyria, under fig. of lion, carrying off prey (opp. ?*¥?) ; 2 ms. B^Bn Mi 6' 4 (cf. Pi. 1). toSs n.pr.m. 1. 1 Ch 2 47 , *aXf*[y, r]. 2. 1 Chi 2*, laxjxAtjT, *aX«-, etc.— Vid. B^B JV3. . ^Vhi adj. gent. v. B^B n ( 3. TIO vJS n.[m.] deliverance (si vera 1., prop. Inf. of foregoing); — 'B'jH^ 32' sliouts of 'deliver- ance (dub., v. Comm.); to!?~B^3 j^J 56 s , read ~D?B (Ew Hup al.) for (their) iniquity weigh to them (retribution), or "B^B fN JINT^ Bae. tt3^73 ma.*"*- 1 escaped one, fugitive; — 'B abs. 2X9"+; pi. cstr. 'B'JJB Ju i2 4 + ; sf. VB^B Ob 14 , etc.;— Am 9 1 1K9 11 G1114" Ez 24** 33 2 ' (+1° loc), v 22 ; 'W in"B> Jos 8" Je 42 i-. T-jen 'B 44 14 La 2 s2 ; c. genit. subj. Jui2 6 fugitives of Ephr. (del. in v 4 , see GFM), so c. sf. Ez 6 9 7 16 Ob 14 ; c. genit. obj., escaped of, i.e. from Is 45 20 , so a'JTJ '$♦}• Je 44 28 Ez 6 s . t[0"»^B] n.m. id.;— pi. DB^B Nu2i 29 (as appos., or adj.), B , __ Is 66"; D^Bpa Je44 14 , + IB/r<w»5o 28 5 i M . tnQ^S n.f. escape (on form cf. Ba NB I44 - ,66 );— abs. 'B Gn32 9 + , naSfi Ex io 5 + ; cstr. J"IByB 2K19 30 -)-; — 1. escape, deliverance Gn 45' (E) Je 25 3i 2. elsewh. prob. alw. escaped remnant : a. of green things (fr. locusts) Ex io 5 (J)Jo2 3 . b. of pers. Gn 3 2 9 (J) Ju2i i; Is 15 9 Je 50 29 1 Ch 4 43 2 Ch 12 7 20 24 30 6 Ezr 9 8 Dn 1 1 42 ; + % 2Wp 2 S 15 14 . c. specif, of those of Judah escaped fr. Assyr. 2K 19 3031 ( + JO) = Is 37 31 32 ,cf. Is 10 20 ; fr. Bab. Ne i 2 Ezr 9" 14 ,5 ,cf.Ez 14 22 ; after'^'s future judgment IS4 2 Ob 1 " J03 5 . fn. ""B - B n.pr.m. *aXr« (perh. abbrev. fr. PN'BpB); — 1. Benjamite Nu 13 9 . 2. second husband of Michal 1 S 25 44 (= Vp.?? 2 S 3 15 ). T^^B n.pr.m. priest Ne 12 17 , *«Xijrfi, etc. tb^rpba n.pr.m. a T ( ( )ir, : 1. Nu 34 2C . 2. 2 S 3 15 (=*$• 1 S 25"), @L taXmv. tVTOJB, JT'plpS n.pr.m. fcaXi-iar, *a- XfTTt(a), etc.: — 1. (1J-, a prince of people Ez 11 113 . 2. IV, grandson of Zerub. 1 Ch 3 2 ', perh. = Ne io 23 . 3. RJ-, Simeonite 1 Ch 4 42 . TQ7D2 n.pr.m. Asherite (on form cf. Ba NB >«.«•) I—. 1 Ch 7 33 - 33 , also v 32 (Gi t^>!); tyqpfti A(j>aijK, etc., A ln<parjT. T' 1 lii7D2 adj. gent. c. art. as n. coll. l 1 </ie Japhlites Jos 1 6 3 , family or clan on SW. bolder of Ephraim; A7rraX«i/i, A U(j>dK6t, ©L it^Xijn. tl37DQ n.[m.] escape (Hup Bae) or place of escape (We Du); — f 55 s si vera 1.; © Che B?BD deliverer. <hs> "T /S (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. eilS n. be round (esp. hemispherical), iSlj whirl of spindle, so As. ]>ilakku; NH = BH; X ^B circuit, dis- trict; As. also^)i7&u, districts. T"i|73 n.[m.] 1. whirl of spindle. 2. district (prop, circle, circuit); — abs. 'a 2 S3 29 , $J Pr 31"; cstr. $B Ne 3 9 + ; sf. top* v ' 7 >'— 1. whirl of spindle, 2 S 3 s9 (prob., v. Dr), Pr 3 1 '* (|| 1iB' , 3). 2. district, Ne jM"*****" [ / 72] vb. prob. intervene, interpose (hence both arbitrate, judge, and intercede, pray, cf. Dr 18 * 26 ; NH &fi (rare), &BTU, i^ay, ^? ac< of prayer, n p yB judicial matter; — other- wise We Held(2) ' '- 6 who conj. der. for ^Bnn from Ar. JJ mo<c/i edge (of sword, etc.), i.e. cut one- self in worship); — tPi. mediate, judge: Pf. 3 ms. consec, arbitrate, sf. v?B1 1 S 2 25 (but read prob. 3 pi. '???' We Dr al., word-play with 'SIT foil.); 2 fs. n^? Ez 16 52 mediate "for (? pers.) viz., through thine own sins; 1 s. , 1V A ;>? Gn 48" (E; poss. denom. from p'PB) I did not judge (have the opinion, expect) to see, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 7?tn jr 106 30 (abs.) he interposed (by slaying offender). Hithp. 80 Pf. 3 ms. p?snn 1 K 8 42 ; 1 s. "R^enn 1 S I 27 , etc.; Impf. 7&IV ^32 6 +; 'fenf 1 S 2 2 "; 1 s. tysm ,/, 5 >, etc . ; Imv. ?.?snn Nu2i 7 +, etc.; Inf. cstr. ^?snri Ez 10' + , etc.; Pi. ^BTH? Je 42 4 + , etc.;— 1. specif, intercede (with), c.lya, onbehalf of Gn 2O 7 Nu2i 7 (E)Dto/ ;0 iSi2 2:, + 6 t.; c. p, 1S2 25 ; mrb$ Nuu s 2i 7 (JE) Dt^; c-wa+nwiw

S f Je 29 7 + 4 t.; D^Krr^K Gn 20 17 (E); c. 

^3? for 2 Ch 30 18 Jb 42" (late). 2. gen. pray, c. ?N, unto idol Is44 ,7 45 20 ; unto Israel v 14 ; tfffb Vhptfi* N13 16". 3. pray (to '"), abs. 1 K 8 ra 2 K 6 17 Ezr io> Dn 9 s0 2 Ch 6 s4 7 114 , c. H* 1 S i M 8 6 2 K 4 33 6 18 20 2 =Is 3 8 2 =2 Ch 32 24 ,+ 10 t.; /y "fyj r6sn 'enn 2 SfiK 8 s4 ; filiT by iSi 10 (rd. 7$); ^Bp i's 1" 1 KS^+S t.; c. p Dn 9 4 ; c. ?N of thing prayed for 1 S i 27 ; c. ^ ajawl 2 K ig^Is 37 21 (read by); nxr^y because of this 2 Ch 32 20 ^ 32°; c. ?K loc. : "?K Dipen 1 K s 29 - 30 - 3 ^ 2 Ch 6 20 - 21 - 26 ; JVarriw 1 K 8 42 = 2 Ch 6 32 ; c. ace. TJIJ *fl I K8 4, = 2 Ch 6 34 ; DfJU 1JJ3 1 K 8 48 = 2 Ch 6 s8 . 4. of poetical, liturgical prayer, abs. 1 S 2 ', c. 7K Jon 2 2 .

D L, D 

riT'Cri n.f. prayer; — 'n Isi" + , cstr. n^3ri T ^8o s + ; sf. ,r )j?Bn 4 2 + , etc.; pi. ni->BPI 72 20 ;— 1. a. prayer, 1 K 8 s9 = 2 Ch 6 20 , Is i" ^35 13 8o 3 + . b. pray a prayer, 'T'tSr 2S7 27 1 K 8 M (cf. v 28a> = 2 Ch 6 1920 ); '«8 "laV Dn 9 21 ; specif, of intercession, 'n NBO, c. "IJJ3 m behalf 0/2K i9 4 = Is37 4 Je7 16 n 14 . c. D ; r6.N-^ 'n 2Ch 3 3 18 , ^P>42 9 , cf. 69"; c. vb. + 'JB$> 88 s

1*; ^D^ri'n 88 14 . d. 'n rva Is 56" /was* 

of prayer (temple); c. vb. + /,_ PS 4- ^aT^N Jon 2 8 ; c. vb. + IBHp flW? 2 Ch 30 27 . e. hear 2>rayer is 'n (-TIN) yCB* 1 K 8 4i49 =2 Ch 6 K39 , 1 K 9 5 ^4 2 39 13 + 9 t.; 'rrb* J!OB'iK8 28 - 29 =2Ch6 1!ia ', Nei 6 Dn9 ,7 ;'ni'NnjBiK8 28 =2Ch6",f 102 18 ; lb ni3E>p_ f JWI 2 Ch 6 J0 7 » cf. Ne 1 " (^«), na'e>p rj 'n ^6i 2 ; 'n Mpa a^pn 66' 9 ; 'n nrixn I7 > 55 * "; 'n npi5 6|°; cf.66 si i02 18b . 2! in ^-titles, poetic, liturgical prayer^ 17 1 86 1 90 1 102 1 142 1 Hb3'; of Davidic Psalter, in ni^BD ^12™. T773 n.pr.m. a wall-builder Ne3 2a , <t>aak, N *oXaic, A -tfaka^, @L *aXXi;. t[^7|] n.m. judge; pi. D'p'pB Dt32 31 our enemies being judges, umpires; 'B pV Jb3i", rd. 'B ^J| ace. to Di Siegf, cf. De ; < "p'pf Jiy as v 28 , so Bu Du ; Q'ppBa Ex 2 1 22 , rd. perh. D^B?3 for the abortion Bu ziw *" ,881) -' OT , cf. also Di-Ry. T 717^73 n.f. office of judge or umpire ; — 'B "few (Qr Vcy) Is 16 3 do an umpire's office. T^p^pS adj. for a judge, calling for judg- ment;— 'B ? r 5h^i K (on v" see ^pB; Kue O "-® 161 reads D'p^pB fij| in both v" and v 28 ). T n !, 7' , b3 n.f. the giving a decision ; — 'a Is 28 7 (of priests). Tn r 7y3 n.pr.m. ( hath interposedY, — priest Ne n 12 , *aX(X)aX«a(t). t T>73N n.pr.m. in Judah 1 Ch 2 VX , A^a^X, etc., ©L EX0n«X. ^h'S v. 1. ^b sub nbs. fn. , '3T'3, "'il , 3 adj. gent, erron.: c. art. 'Jiban 1 Ch 1 1 27 27 10 read 'Bpan as 2 S 23* (v. t^3 rva) ; -a^an 1 Ch 1 1 36 read ^J, as 2 S 23 s4 . — i.^a v. nfs. D7D, ti'/D (-/of foil.; ? 6« even, balance). T D73 n. [m.] balanoe, scale ; — lit. Pr 1 6", fig. Is 40" (in both || BSpte). rhi

° t [D73] vb. Pi- denom. weigh, make level (Ph. d!>B K- make level (?) in n.pr.); — Impf. 3 ras. D.^ ^ 78 M ; 2 mpl. JVj^PJ ^ 5 8 3 (v. infr.), etc.; Imv. ms. D.^a Pr 4 26 ; Pt. BJBO 5 1 ';— »• wei^A oi/< 'an M" 1 ^ D»n ^, 58 s (fig.; hut read perh. '13D ?BT1 D2'H? Don violence do your hands weigh out, so © © £ Bae Kau We). 2. make level, smooth (cf. Gerber 32 ), c. ace. of path (fig.), h^Q Pr 4 16 5" Is 26 7 , 3'nj ^ 78 50 , n ^ Pr 5 6 . t[to7i-rp] n.[m.] swaying, poising; — apbbso'jb 37 16 ; Bu (plausibly) ^"lao, as 3 6 M . t[r73] vb. Hithp. shudder; — Impf. 3 mpl. PX^SJT Jb 9 6 its (earth's) pillars shudder. trftS^E n.f. shuddering ;— 's abs. Jb 21 6 Is2i < Ez T 7' ,8 V55 6 - tp27CQ n.f. horrid thing (thing to shudder It);— f^3 '» nrf»>J> i K 1 5" (of some abominable object of idolatry, not precisely known), so sf. WI$BO v ,3 =2 Ch 15 1616 . t [nU7n.Fl] n.f. shuddering, horror ; — sf. 7BF1 Je 49 16 horror at thee! (exclam.); not quite certain, v. Gie. to7D v. D^S. t[tiv2] vb. Hithp. act of mourning, poss. roll in (dust, etc. ; weakened fr. burrow into) (NH Pi. break open, or through; Ap. paldsu, dig a hole; Syr. a^S dig or break through; but connexion dub.,Vrss mostly be- sprinkle oneself, Aqr oil oneselj '); — Pf. 1 s."l?y VlB^ann Mii w Kt (Qr Imv. v ^i-, others mpl. rc$B-); Impf. 3- mpl. V-^aJT -ibs?3 Ez2 7 30 , so Imv. fOBta "b-iann Je6 26 (cf.Mii 10 Qr); abs., mpl. ^ann 2 ^. tnCJ^E n.pr.terr. Philistia, poet, and late ;— TOJrB (^f>) Ex 1 5" (*uX«rr« £ M ; elsewh. (o2) dXX^Xo.), Jo 4 elsewhere TlB^B Is 14 2931 yfr 60 10 = 108 10 , 83 s 87*; As. Palastu, Pilistu, COT 0nl °-»Dl p * 288 '- Gk. nakaiorivr, Herod."' 04 - io.,vii.a. Jos A„t. 1 .6,2( also ^x.crr.Vov); v.Rel Pal - 73f - « ■'OIPT'E^ adj. gent. Philistine, (<>l)<J>vio- Tuifi, and (not in Hex) (6) aXXdoJuXos, (oi) <iXXd- (fivkoi ; — only as subst.: 'BPI <Ae Philistine (Goliath) slain by David 1 S 17"+ 27 t. 17, 18 6 I9 6 2i'°22 10 ; one slain byAbishai 2S21 1 '; else- where pi. the Philistines. M , usu. DVltypB without art., rarely 'Sn 1 S 4' 7"+ (esp. c. prep. '33 v 13 +, and then perh. due to punctuators), Gn io 14 = 1 Ch i 12 , Gn 26 141518 Ju 3 31 + 33 *■ Ju, 1 S 4>'+n8 t. iS, aSi M +28 t. 2 S, +; 'B fJv Gn2i 32 - 34 +i2t.;'Bnn'e'iS6 1 27 7n ;'B^OGn 26 i.s. ' B nfc> ! S 1 8 S0 + 5 t. ; 'B "np Jos 1 3 3 Ju 3 s + 13 t.; 'B BJ Ex2 3 31 ; 'B Hp|| Ju 10 6 .— Cf. Tn| , 11. liriB3 . On Philistines v. also WMM As.u.Eur.S87f. £' vans Creta.nl'lctographs,100tf. Schwully ZWT xixiv. 103 f., 255 Tri7S n. pr. m. 1. Reubenite Nu 16 1 ,

  • aX^[ K ]'; rd. prob. W&B (q. v.) so Gf Dr al.

2. Judahite 1 Ch 2 33 , GnXftf, *hX.(5[<it]. t^ri/3 adj. gent, from unknown n.pr.; only c. art. as n. coll. with 'rnan (q.v.) of David's guard 2 S 8> 8 1 5 18 20- 23 1 K i 3844 1 Ch 1 8' 7 .

  • TS (alw. with Makkeph) conj. (averting,

or deprecating), lest (origin dub. : Thes Ko ii.334 f rom pja, prop, subst. cstr. in accus. for tlie aversion of; but njB is intrans.: No M ' 474 cps. the enclitic particle pS in $, <Aerc, ax, ' etwa,' thinking that a part, with the mug. ' es mochte etwa,' spoken in a tone of alarm, might readily acquire a deprecatory force); — lest: 1. with impf. G113 3 ye shall not eat thereof. . . pnorrfB lest ye die, 1 I 4 let us build a city pBrfB lest we be scattered, i 9 ' 5 ' 7 - 19 3 8 23 45" Ex i 10 2 3 59 - 33 etc., 2 K 10 23 (sq. ty, Is6'° 27 s 28 s2 48" V 2" 7 3 etc.; oft. after ^"^e'n take heed to thyself Gn 2 4 6 3 1 24 , and esp. in Dt, as 4 9i3 6 12 8" al.; after a vb. of fearing Gn 32 12 , and once, even, of swearing Ju 1 5 12 ; deprecating pathetically, Gn 44 s4 how shall I go up, etc.? lest I look upon the evil that will befal my father. Once, un- usually, preceding the principal clause, Pr 5 6 D?Brrf3 D^n rPX lest she should make level the path of life, her ways are unstable, etc. (Ew Be Now ; v. also Toy). Note esp. a. the idiom -;3 (NTIDK) ION , ? for he (I) said, Lest . . ., implying always that some precaution has been taken to avert the dreaded contingency, tGn 26 s for I said, Lest I die on account of her (to obviate which, I?aac had called Rebecca his sister), 3 i 31 38 u 42 4 Exi 3 17 NU16 34 1 S i3 19 27" (lb*?), >/>3 817 ; with ntK »3 implied Gn 26 7 ; cf., with an aposiop., 3 s2 and now, lest he put forth his hand, etc. (implying that measures are taken to prevent this, see v 23 ) : cf. Tob 8 9 . b. "I# at the beg. of a sentence, with a dis- suasive force, (Beware) lest: -rls36 18 frfT|| 1iTptn dans (beware) Z«s£ Hezekiah deceive you, Dt29 ,MT (»q.«ty, Jesi 46 Jb 3 2 l:, 36 18 . 2. with MS

H3B Pf, the result feared being conceived as hav- ing possibly already taken place; t2S20 6 pursue after him, Vlfft . . . ii> Kf?"i 3 M *«  Aave found him fenced cities, etc. (but the tense of tfWi makes IKffl P rob -> Dr 8m Bu Kb" 1 - 486 ),

K 2 16 "ni **3^p*J *• 0" ^n?. 

T3*D n. [m.] unknown word, appar. some kind of food ; *B1 tfafl 'B1 1V3D Wl Ez 2 7 17 ; Vrs s conject.; Co prop. tfTj, so Hoffm PlulMchr - ls Krae Berthol (' perhaps '). H J2 vb. turn (NH id. ; Syr. 1.1s , % M» j T T 133 N Eth. UiiB; Ar. ^l> pas* away, banish; cf. Sab. H33 (vaiiously) e'.g. CIS lvN °' 1 ' S7 ' 40 ; As. yiirn, /ace, Ph. D23, MI 1318 ^37, sf. V)BO 1");— Qal 1I7 P/. 3 ms. 'a Je 6 4 + , 2 ms. rv?3 2 S 9 s , etc.; Imp/. 3 ms. njtf i S i 3 17 + , ??!! Ex 2 ,2 + , 3 fs. JBRl 1 K io 13 , 1 s. JBK1 Dt 9 15 io 5 , 1 pi. ?S31 2 1 + , etc.; Imv. ms. 'IDS ^ 25 16 + , etc.; Inf.abs. H3B Hg i 9 ; cstr. rt»> Gn 24 s3 + , etc.; P<. r03 Dt 29 17 + , etc.; — 1. ta. turn toward, 7K pers., lit., Ju 6' 4 Is 1 3"= Je 50 16 , Jb 2 1 6 (i.e. attentively); cf. of branches Ez 17 s (in allegory); c. ?5? of direction Gn 24 49 ; fig. c. ' ,- ?8< (in worship), Is 45 s2 , other gods Ho 3' Dt 3i V20 Lv 19 4 ; for help Lv 19 31 20 6 Jb5'; IJT^J 36 21 ; c. ace. Dip^n n3a> is* Ez io"; c. nloc. 1 k 17 s Dt 2 3 (+n:!? dat. eth.), Ct 6 1 ; c. fj*5 1 S i3 1818 Jb 24 19 , T$$ Ju 20 42 1 S 13 17 ; fig. Tli? Is 53 6 56"; c. ace. n;s;-ia*s 73 i s 14 47 , so, + ow, fig. 1 K 2 3 , i. e. whatever thou undertakest, rUB* "WH* - ?!^ Pr 1 7 8 . fb. turn from, IP loc. Gn 1 8 s2 , fig., of heart, c. DJN? Dt 29 17 , a.ba. = tum away 30' 7 ; in phr. *flS t turn (with) the back (cf. "YS1 HST Je iS' 7 ), +';zb, Jos 7 12 (of flight), fig.,-f-' , -b«, Je 2 27 32 s3 . c. turn and do a thing, lit. (e?p. + vb.ofmotion)Nu2i 33 Dti 7 - 24 Jui8 21 1K10 13 + 17I; to do a thing (inf.) tEc2 12 . td. turn, decline, of day Je 6 4 , days of life ty 90 9 . +e. turn toward, apjrroach, of evening, 3"}V JliiBp Gn 24 63 Et 23 12 ; of morning, 1p3(n) T# Ex 14 27 Jui(/ 6 fV46 6 (fig.). t2. a. turn and look, look, lit., 7« pers. Nu 12 10 2 Ch 20 24 26 20 , nbj fib }S>1 Ex2 12 : c. nbv; T bls8 21 ; abs. Zoo/5; (back) 2Chi3 14 ; c ,- ?.n?* Z00& behind one (and see, or fay), Jos 8 20 Ju 20 40 2 S i 7 2 20 2 K 2 24 , Z00& a/i!er another Ez 29 16 (fig. for seek alliance with); c. 7X of direc- tion Ex 1 6'° Nu 17". b. of inanimate things, /ace, c. 7K loc. Jos 1 5", usu. of facing points of compass, c. n loc. 1 K 7 25 ■»■*•»*= 2 Ch 4 4 - 4 ' 4 - 4 . Jos

5 2 Ez 8 3 46", but also c. B»*W 43" 44'- 4 6 lls 47*, 

cf.43 1 . c. esp. fig.Z&oX;at,"7K pers., regard, (1) graciously 2 S 9 s ; of '< Ez 36° Lv 26 s 2 K 13 23 ^4o 6 , + I?n 25 16 69 ,7 86 16 119' 32 ; c.nW^K iK 8 3 =2 Ch 6", + io2 18 , r ycrb^ Nu i6 15 'Val 2 13 ; (2) sternly, DJffl »e>jr?K Dt 9 517 . d. look for (7K rei) = expect Hg I 9 . e. fig. look at (3 rci) = consider Ec 2".— 2 Ch 2,^ 23 v. ff». tPi. Pf. 3 ms. '"139 Zp3 15 , etc.; Imv. mpl. '33 Is 4o 3 +

t.; — <wra away, put out of the v;ay, c. ace. 

pers. Zp 3 15 (|| " 1 '95); hence make clear, c. ace. JV3H, i.e. clear away things scattered about, make orderly, Germ, 'aufraumen,' Gn 24 31 ; empty it Lv 14 36 ; fig., c. ace. ^"J^ ma£e clear, free from obstacles, Is 40 3 57" 62 10 Mai 3 1 ; ace. om. clear away (ground) before it, i.e. to plant it + 80 10 (fig.). tHipb. (esp. Je) Pf. 3 ms. njBn Je48 39 , 3 fs. nn33n 49 « etc.; Impf. |B«! Ju 15 4 ; Inf. cstr. sf. inbBH 1 S io 9 ; Pt. H3BD Na 2 9 ;— 1. turn, c. ace. 3jp$ 33T JS»1 J u 15 4 , "j'y Je 4 8 39 (cf. nan Jos j*), robb tap$ 1 8 io 9 . . ma&e a <mto, «Aeu< (signs of) turning, + 'D3 Je46 si , Dl£ 49 24 ; opp. WJ 4 6 5 , cf. Na 2 9 ;4-7K: pers. 47 3 . 1 Hoph. Imv. mpl. WBn J e 49 s (Ges »«••»•) 6ey« turned back! (in flight, + 1D3); P*. njiBS njIBO Ez 9 2 the gate . . . which is faced northward (cf. Qal 2 b). [n33], pi. D^E n.m. rr2523 and (Ez 21 s1 "- V T J ' ^ • T 2111 V = edge; on 2 S io 9 v. infr.) f. face, also faoes (as turned toward one); — pi. abs. D^B Gn 32 31 + ; e8tr. , 2faSi4*'+; sf. 1 s. , 3BGn4 T 3 3 + ;

ms. VJB Gn 4 5 '+, iDVB ^ 1 ^(Kb"- 1 ' 446 ); 2 mpl. 

DS'p.B Gn 40 7 + , etc.; — usu. c. vb. pi., Gn 4 s6 Ex 33 14 + ; c. vb. sg. La 4 16 (through influence of intervening ' Ges 5 I46a ), Pr 1 5 14 (but read «, as Qr, v. HS); — I. 1. face, /aces (Je 30 6 Ez 27 3S - r -,cf. I s 1 o 14 " 1 etc.): a. lit, of man Gn 43 31 2 Si 9 B iKi 9 13 Lvi3 41 Dn8 18 io 9,5 + ; '3 "% Ex 35 29 ' 30 - 35 ; pale (from alarm) Is 29" Je 30 6 , flushed Is 13 8 Ez 2 1 3 , cf. Na 2" Jo 2 6 ; tearful Is 25 8 Jbi6' 6 ; sad, D'yi 'a Gn 40 7 , cf. Ne 2 23 , also 'B pn Ec-7 3 i.e. sadness; 'B 3DV. Pr 15 13 maketh glad the face ; I'SB 1733 Gn 4 s6 why is thy face fallen (in displeasure), cf. 1 S i 18 (rdg. ^fP^y , ' , ?r> or '" , ? , ?^'); covered with shame Ez 7 ' 8 , whence fig. of confusion, discomfiture Je 5 1 51 ^6 9 s 83 17 , etc. b. of' Ex 33 :o , cf. v 25 . c. D^B &&'?& face to face, of seeing (God)Gn32 31 , cf. Ju6 M , knowing Dt 34' , judging Ez20 3i , speak- ing Ex 33", and so 'B3 'B Dts 4 ; D»?5 nK"in3 2 K J 4 8 see each other (in the) face= meet each other rr3D

mo in battle, cf. v"= 2 Ch 25 17 ■". d. of relations with : 'B D'lO Ezr 9 s , in worship (v. also Rkfj); in spiritual sense Je 3 W 32 s3 (IT* $3 "5? D<jd sbi); "• B*VjJ> 'B jnj 2 Ch 20 s; 'btik Rjj tfitrVDn (/; D'?? ^i? D^an Ez 2 4 . e. of himself, DS*$ D^B ^9* »6 2 Ch 30 9; 'BtyS" 'JB jn ^34 17; T? a n "!^ 8o 17 .— Vid. further sub 7. 2. a.. = presence, pcrson,oi'* EX33 1415 , VJM Dt 4^ VJB T]KJ>p Is 63"; EP?Bn Dr6, v. Dn^; of '"'s angry presence La 4 16 ^ 21 10; of Absalom 2 S 17"; in weakened sense, nearly = sf. (cf. E>aJ 4 a), Pr 7 15 . tb. c. nK"i technically, see one's face, i.e. appear before one, in one's presence: before a man Gn 32 21 (+3 other uses of 'a), (God, c. ilN"V pointed as Niph., v. II 2); esp. as privilege, = have access to, man of rank Gn 43" 44!aM , king Ex io 28 - 28 cf. v 29 (all J), 2 S I4""- 28 - 32 cf. 3 13 ' 3; ^p? *2B ^i 2 K 25"= Je52 25 , Esti 14; implying favour of person seen, man Gn 3 3 10 (J), God v ,0 ,cf.Jb33 M (Hiph.),and, c. ntn, yfr 1 1 7 1 7 15 . 3. face of seraphim Is 6 2 , cherubim Ex 2^= 3 f Ez i 8U 2 Ch 3"+ . 4. /ace of animals, |KSn )B Gn 30 40; 'B1 iTHK'B "1B*3 'Bl niC' Ez i 10 (in descr. of cherubim), cf. 10"; nns 'B also 1 Ch 1 2 8 (fig.), -I'BD-'B Ez 4 1"; 'B 'nna Jb 4 1 6 of crocodile. S.face( = sur- face) of ground (nn^n) Gn 2 6 4 14 7 4 V'iO4 B0 + , so H?? 'S Gn i 29 7 3 8* 1 1 4 - 8 - 9 19 s8 Is 24 1 , ^>3n 'B Is 14 2 ' 27 6; of a field Pr 24 31; 0^1 'B Gn 1" Jb38 M , tran 'B G117 18; B&fc YF] 'B i 20; nM-'D Jb 26 s i.e. of God's throne (but Bu reads nD3 fullmoon); Bi^l'BL^v.p^]; tetab'B Jb 4 i 6 the expanse of his [the crocodile's] coat; front (esp.Ezek.),ofhouseEz4i 14 47 l ,tnp>n 'B 41 2 '; of gate 4O°- 20 - 22 42 15 4 3 4; of chamber 4 o 44 - 44 - 4S - 46; of pot (I'D) Je i 13; nonbpn 'B 2 S io 9 battle-front = 1 Ch 19 10 (vb. agrees with 'BH in gender, Ges' 140 *);=va»i of locust-army Jo2 C0 (opp. ^BD); front, i.e. edge, of sword Ez 2 I st , of axe Ecio 10; = condition, state of a thing, as denoted by its appearance; of flock Pr 27 s3; "O'nri 'B 2 S 14 20 the appearance (situation, attitude) of the affair. . as adv.loc. linKOl D^BO 2 S io 9 before and behind = 'H) 'B 1 Ch 19 10 , also Ez 2 10 2 Ch 13' 4; P.B toward Ct 7 s , also in front (to the East?) of

Ch 20' 6 (v. *2D*> d infr.); IMB^ forward Je 7" 

(opp.i'nsb); tnak) 1 K 6 s9 v. no'3Q; adv. temp. D'??!) formerly Dt 2 1220 Jos 1 1 10 Ju 1 101M3 + 12 t.; Q^P Is 4 i 2,1 /ro»n 4«/bre«ime(||^ip). . for other phrases see: "lis vb. Hiph. 5; liH n. 10; E03 Hiph.; e>p3 Pi. 3; OB'S 1, P . 102; [rrjjn], p . 648; inn 2; Qyj Nipb.; sipj i; wnia; I. nnn . i. mn . pin Pi. 5 . II. rbn; IV. icn; nan; jna; ny; Hoph.; nyitr 3, p. 447; ftt Hiph. 3; If? I, p. 497; HD3 Pi. l, 2; "lixp, p. 22; np:p p. 169; I. bW; N&p, p.673; [03:] Hipb. 3; "OJ 1, 2 c; H?i j 1?3 Hipb.; ^B3 3 b, and Hipb. 5; NE>:

b (3); T i™ 2 b; 3?D Hipb. 1 a; ino Hipb. 
1.13}? 2; TJ), 1TV Hipb.; IPV Hiph. 6 a;

II. fipyj [315?]; [D"!P t ] Pi.; tfy; 3W> Hiph.; TWp; II. n:e> pi.; nan. II. P.B, with prepositions: — 1. 'JBvS j a. to the presence of, Ex 2 3 17 pregn. V.B"- 5? • • • ^T. pixn shall appear (coming) to the presence of (=' before) * (|| 34 23 '«? "iB-m); c . N£ = to confront 2 Ch 1 9 2 . b. to tlie, front of, after a vb. of motion, Lv 6 7 naien <:s-bs . . . piVik 3-ipn ,

5 16 2 Nu 1 7 s 20 10 . C. towards or on the front 

of foj = bj): see p. 41), Ez 4 i 4 > 2 >« i 4a"**" 45' 48 21 . d. on to the surface of, Lv 14 53 nii&n 'JB-^J . . . nWi, Ez 16 5 . i 2. 'JBTIS c/ose by (II. I"IS) the face or front of: hence a. in <Ae presence of, 1 S2 11 vJ* 'BTIS 1 K 12 6 who stood fitbf 'B-DS (cf. V. a i> io 8 ), Est i'° Pr 17 24; pregn. (nisi Dn^l leg., @£ We Dral.) 1S22 4 . Spec." ,, 3.B'n?GnI9 13 (IS2 ,7 ), v 27 1 S 2 18; and with rtN"]3 cf the appearance of all males at the three annual D^D, Ex 34 s3 pt<r 'a-nx TTa*f^| h^fv, v 24 Dt i6 ,6 (cf. Dr), i' uT i S i 22 (H'> 'B-^N Ex 23 17 ); so 'Jf alone Ex

15 = 34 20 (nrjn ^b wrv ift), Is i 12 , T?.? V' 42* 

(ace. to many, as Ges T, "! ' Di Kia15 Che I,i - T,2 ' cr " n -, the vb. in all these passages was originally Qal, afterwards pointed as Nipli. to avoid the ex- pression see the face o/' /, ); I^BVIN in thy 2>resence jr 1 6 10 2 1 7 1 40 14 . b. in front of, Gn 33 18 •vjn 'btik fn»i; Lv4 6 B^n nsnsi 'B"n« " psb, v' 7 . — 'JB n«P /rom 6e/ore, v. II. "X 4 a. . 'JBS; f (a) in the face of, mostly in partic. phrases, with hostile import: thus, with PTJ to spit Nu 12 14 Dt 25"; 3¥Tin to maA;e a stand Dt 7 24 1 1 25 , and IDy Jos io 8 , I^BS C^'N 1*0% tb 2 1 42 23 s; ny!3 to answer (give evidence) against, H05 5 row bob" pnj nan, 7 10 Jb 16 8; wbfl Dn , 3S3 = feel loathing against their own selves, Ez 6 9 , so 20 43 36 31 . t (b) in front of, Ez 42". . V.??, pi op. at the face or front of, the most general word for in the presence of, before; as Gn 18 22 D-H3K <>Jjp npy, Ex 4 21 1 1 10 2 S 2" Pr i7 19 + oft.; T after a vb. of motion, G1147 2 WT1 '0 »»5> and set them 6,»/or« Ph., 27 20 ^ nnpn »3 ITS

H3D

  • )tb lit. made (it) to meet before me (cf. 24 12 ),

Ex 29 10 Pr 18 16 etc. In partic, a. With the implication of (a) under the eye or oversigld of, Dt 25 s 1 S 3 1 . (6) under the eye and regard of, Gnif* T?.?!> "??! '*&& &, Ho6 s Is 5 3>6i 8 ;cf.Je3o i) 3i 36 is66 22 V/lo2 2! ': also 1 S 2 a 2 S 19". (c) fig. for in (or into) the full (mental) view of, Gn 6' 3 *}tb S3 ^W^ J*i?. is come in before me, Lai 22 1'jap Dnyi"i>3 tfcfl, Jon i 2 '33P nnpy (cf. b* Gn 18 21 Ex 2 23 ), Is 65" ^ab naw3, Je2 22, ?3p lift*. BBS? (cf."!?3 IS47"). (d) openly before, i S 12 2 ^a? ifpnnn, and with collat. idea of deserving (and receiving) regard 2 3S , esp. '< MB^ Gn 17 1 al. (v. p. 2 36 a ). (e) m presence of the moon or sun, ^ 72 5J7 , i.e. as long as they endure. (/) free before, at the. disposal of, Gn 13 9 T??5> r???"^ 3 ^0 (cf. 20" 34 10 47 6 Je 40 4 2 Ch 14*), 24 51 Ct 8 12 . ' (g) in tlie sight (estimation) of, Gn 7 1 thee have I seen to be just before me, io 9 a mighty hunter before *♦, Dt 24 4 * 6 rnjrtn, v 13 " '? rwny, i s 2o lb , -m? '" 'b Jos 6 M 1 S 26 19 , "• 'b forty acceptable before

Lvi 3 + , i/^ 1 9 15 ; 2X5*8 great man 'J?? 

VJ'lK , Pr 1 4 12 ^ 1 4 3 2 ; 'b 35*3 (late syn. of earlier TV?) tNe 2 5 - 6 Est5 14 ; 'b 3iB Ec2 2S 7 26 ; cf.also »j»J» nnprnp jnj, v . com. (A) "• *l$, spec, of acts done with a solemn sense of ' 's presence, often, but not always, at a sanctuary: Gn 27' that I may eat and bless thee before ' before

die, Ex 18 12 to eat bread before God, Dt I 45 

ye wept before 6 25 12 7 (to eat, so v 18 14 2326 15 20 ), v 12 (rejoice, so v 18 27 7 Is p 2 ), Jos 18 6 24, 1 Jun" 20 23M 2i 2 1S7 6 10" 11 15 12 7 15 33 23 18

S 5 3 7 18 2 1 9 ; and constantly in P, as Ex 1 6 9 ' 3 " 4 

Lv 1 5 n 3 1 ' etc.; of residents in Jerus. Is 23 18 . So in * 'b ?bn 1 K 2 4 al.fv. p. 234b 0). b. In other phrases : — (a) ^.ap 1IDJ? to stand before, i.e. wail upon, be in attendance on, Dt i 38 al. (v. IP? le;. Simil. "?.B? HJJ 1 8 1 9 7 (cf. 29"), 2 K s 2 ; 'b 12)3 2 S 16 1 '. (6) *Jf? ninnpn to bow down before Gn 23 12 Dt 26 10 2 K 1 S' 22 al. (v. sub nriB'; also ^>33 3 b): so with bWin to pray iSi" + ; cf. *&b "]bn 1 K 12 30 1 Ch 21 30 . (c) io be smitten (*|3?) fte/ore a foe ; v. lij Niph. [contrast 'JSe DM : infr. 6 a]. So with b&i 1 S 14 13 ; PJ (in helplessness or flight), esp. in Dt, as i 8 - 21 7 2 - 23 Josio 12 ii 6 + (Dr D """ H ): cf.Ju 4 15 2 S 5 20 Is 45 1 Je i 17 . (d) ^.a? lay to stand. (make a stand) before (not quite so strong as '332 'V, supr. 3), Exp" Ju 2 14 2 K io 4 Je 4 9 19 ^ 7 6 8 147 ,: Na i 6 ; so with Wm Dt 9 2 Jos I s Jb4i 2 , Wp Jos7 12l:i . (e) in hostile sense (rare), >3p NSJ go forth to face 1 Ch 1 4 9 2 Ch 1 4'. ( /) '33? ([nj) D , B' ! of food, to set or place before, Gn 1 8 8 2 4 s3 + . (j/) 'JBp 105 to «e< 6«/br«, i. e. propound for acceptance or choice, usu. of laws (esp. Dt Je), Dt 4 8 1 1 26 - 32 3o MM » 1 K 9 6 (D 2 ), Je 9" 2 1 8 26 4 44 10 Dn 9 10 , cf. Ez 23" (place at dis- posal of) : so with D'fe' Ex 1 9* 2 1 '. C. With reference to position : (a) in front of, before, esp. with vbs. of motion (with which 133 is hardly used), G1132 21 "jsb D#hrj nH3tS3 that goeth before me, 33 14 the cattle '33^ lf$, Ex 17 5 23 20 etc; in the description of a march or procession, Ex 13 2122 Nu io 33 Is 52 12 58 8 4-; 2 S 3 31 and wail before Abner (befcre his bier); of flocks before a shepherd Gn32 18 ; of captives or booty driven before a conqueror 1 S 30 20 (rd. V33p -anp) We Dr), Is 8 4 40'°= 62 11 V3?5 $*w his recompence (i.e. his newly-recovered people, regarded as his prize of war) before him, Am 9 4 La i 5 ' 6 . (b) of a leader, etc. = a< the head of, Dt io" Ju 9 39 1 S 8 20 Mi 1" al.; cf. <33^ KX'1 K3 (Dyn) Nu 27' 7 1 S i8 13 ' 6 2 Ch i 10 ; Ec 4" before whom (at whose head) he was. (c) denoting superiority, before, above, Gn 48=" DnBKTIN DW m&D'Mftb, Jb34 ,,J . d. Of places (not very common) : Ex 1 4 s before Pi-hahiroth . . . , before Baal-zephon, Nu 33 7b , Gn 23 17 N1.0» 'b -m. (usu.'d ^33 bv ■ v. 7 ad), 1 Ch 19 7 Ne 8 1,3 ; before the temple, veil, altar, etc., Ex-^+n-iyn 'b, so'+naisn 6, 4 o 5 - 6 Nu 3™ 7 10 al. (all P), 1 K 6 21 7 49 + . e. Of time, before: Am i 1 i^JTIH "33 1 ; before the earthquake, Gn 29 s6 30 20 ^ap before me (i.e. before I came to thee Ex io 14 p rrn tib V3& before it there was not the like, Nu 13 22 1 K l6 25.3o V 3ap IB'S 1)30, Is 4 3 10 48 7 Pr8 2i Jbl5 7 etc. Sq. 'inf., Gn 13 10 '" nnc* »33p before '"'s destroying, etc., 2 7 7 WO 'JBp, 36" iS9 15 4-. Once, in late Heb., HIO 'SSp before this Ne 1 3 4 . f. In the manner of, like (rare and dub.), 1 S i 16 ^3-ro »33p jnps-nx fWr^S K*« a worth- less woman, Jb 3 s4 /i'^« my food, 4 19 they are crushed like the moth (cf. Lat.pro). . 'JSpD^ from before : — a,, fomtlu presence of (properly, from a position before a person or object : to be distinguished from V.?*?; v. 6): (a) Gn 4 1 46 '3 'pab t|Dl» KX'1 from before Ph. 47 10 2 K 5" 6 32 +'; '" 'bo Gn 4 6 Cain went forth from before Jon I 310 ; spec, cf the sanctuary, LV9 24 ' vttbn vx Nvm (so io 2 ), *(£> NU17 11 (cf. 2 Ch 1 9 2 ), with rm etc. Lv i6 12 Nu 1 7 24 20 9 , 1 S 21' the shew-bread that was removed from before ^ ; from before a place 1 K 8 M Ezr 10' .1 g rus

HDD

Ch i is . (b) of taking, etc., from before a per- 

son, Gn 23 4 to bury my dead from before me, v s EX36 3 Dt iv 18 'fe> nstn minn njfte "6 anai D'jnan/roni (the copy) fie/or* the priests, 28 s ' -pD^>0 !"1T3. (c) with t?p3 Est 4 8 [cf.D"JP T: ll?Dn 2 18 ] ; and to express the idea of proceeding from a person, Est 1" [cf. Dn a*], Ec io 5 ; 1 Ch 29 12 yssbo lusni -fyn ( c f. Acts 3"); fif yuba •"BBITO K3P . (</) of cutting off , et c. , /ro?n. before '■» (cf. 'jsi) a b, c), Lv2 2 3 1 K 8" &« $ rn.3n6 ^sk), Je3i M 33 18 Is 48": f 51" "^frr^ TJBJH? (cf. 8 a); Je i6 17, :?k> TWO? &, 18 23 Ne 3 37 . («) of expelling from before an invader, Ex 2 3 s8 D 1 9 4 1 1 23 3 1 3 + (but much less common than *J«?). tb. (Chiefly late) to express the source or cause, with the force of the ? weakened, in cases where the earlier language would have used VIED : with vbs. of fearing, i S 18' 2 Ec 3 14 8 1213 ; iCh 16 30 VJBk) fyn [||V, 9 6 9 VJB»],^i 14 77 ; Est 7 6 ; 2 Ch 32 7 (-r^BO); failing, etc., Is 57" ^gf; being humbled, 1 K 21 29 ( + ^BD), 2 Ch 32 1223 34 s7 [|| 2 K 22" ^BO], 36 12 ; crying for help 1 S 8 18 [cf.^BD Ex 3 7 j, singing 1 Ch 16 33 [Wfge 13 >:sb], fleeing 19 18 [H2S10 18 V.E»]. tc. of time, once,= , ?.? ) ?Eci u '. — With the later usages of 'bo, cf. D 1 ]^ IP in BAram. and X (Dr Bmln-lnMulllW v a l g0 Ko 11, 320 . . 'P.?*? from the face or presence of, from before, Ex 14 19 Dn'JEO >«" liny VB?1* removed /roni before them, Is 30" Hon 2 ; so a. (oft. with suggestion of causation (v. P? 2 d, e, f ), because of, for fear of [so AV RV Ju 9 21 1 S 2 1 " 23 26 Je35""37 n 4i 9 5o' 6 ]) after vbs. of hiding Gn 3 8 4 14 Is 2 10 (cf. v 19 - 21 ) ; and esp. of escaping, Ju 9 21 (Thes ' bene 93 ob metum A.'), 1 S 18" 1 9 10 2 3 26 , or fleeing, Ex 4 3 1 4 2S 1 S 1 7 24 + oft. (v. rna and DU), and expelling, destroying, etc. Ex 2 3 :, ° TJ E >? Whi* I will expel them from before thee, 34 1 '" 4 T3BO ^Si B'niS (v. B^Wl), Lv 18 24 Dt 8 20 Am 2 9 ^ 89 s4 + oft. (as though clearing the way for Israel, for Israel's sake : cf. Is 63 12 DrTJEO D ypi3, J os 2'° 4 s3 ). Pregn. Is 17 9 '-W> 'vn »JBD 13tV IPX . . . rmp which they forsook (fleeing) from before, etc. b. implying causation more distinctly, ■<//• 9* "pSD H3N' perish from before thee or a< thy presence, Dt 7 20 : very oft. with vbs. of fearing, as 1U, "0», iri, Kl», pv, ins, pp Ex 9 30 Nu 22 33 Dt i 17 Je 5 s2 etc. (mostly when the object inspiring fear is a person : when it is a thing, p? alone is pre- ferred ; but see Dt5 5 9 ,!1 ); of being alarmed or dismayed Gn 45 3 Jos 2 9 Je i 17 Jb 23", etc.; of humbling oneself Ex io 3 Jun 33 -)-; with other words, to indicate the external ground of an action or effect, as "^JED Dn be silent at (i.e. because of) his presence Zp I 7 Hb 2 20 ; Ju 5 5 the mts. flowed '» '3BD at the presence of Is 63 19 Je 4 2C Na i 5 ,^68 3 as wax melteth K'X ^SD ; Dt20 19 ; ISI9 1 ; 26 17 "PBD U*h |3 so were we through thy presence (more than *pjB7, — implying that their state was due to ); ^BO Dip to rise up at the presence of Gn 31 35 Lv 19 32 . (N.B. In a, b, freq. rendered before in AV RV, and so confused with KQ7 ; but the Q retains always its full force in the Heb.) c. of the cause, whether nearer or more remote : (a) Gn 6 13 DiTJEt? Don pan nsf)D because of them (i.e. occasioned by them), 2 7 4 1 loathe my life because of the daughters of Heth, 36 7 the land could not support them because of their cattle, 41 31 47 13 Ex 3' their cry by reason of their task- masters, 8 20 3nyn <jed pxn rints'n, 9 » j os 2" 23 s Ju 2 M 6 s I K 5 17 8"+oft.; Is io 27 (RVm), Jei5 17 f 3 8 46 , etc.; Je 4* + ED^yo yi »JBD by reason of the evil of your doings, 7 12 g 6 13 17 14 16 23 9 + oft. (b) stating the reason for which a thing is not done (Lat. prae), 1 K 8 11 Jb 37 19 . +(c) with "IB>K as a conj., twice, because that, Ex 19 18 Je 44K— Nu 33 8 v. irvnn B. 7. 7S"^y (cf. Ph. jb 5f, je nby, Lzb 352 ) has different meanings according to the different senses of the noun and the prep.: — a. From the sense of face or front : (a) in front of (more definite and distinct than ^B^) : ^ 18 43 as dust before the wind (cf. »J6^ 35 s 83 14 + ), Gn 32 s2 the present passed on VJB"by in front of him, Ex 33 19 -pB _l ?y »3ttS"^3 T3VN, 2 S is 1823 (read WB-'ty : v. Dr), Jb 4 15 ; =in the sigU of, Lv 1 o 3 133S Dyn bi VSrbw , Je 6 7 'JET^y rraoi $n "ron, i 3 *> ( c f. Na 3'), -f 9 20 d*w iobb* f3tf7S before thee : defiantly, Jb i" ~by nS>"DK ??13: "I' 30 W '^ renounce thee to thy face, 6 28 30X DK Daya-^jn, :i 31 ; to die in the presence of any one (=in his lifetime) tGnn 28 Nu 3 4 . (b) before, to the exclusion of another, i.e. in preference to, Dt 2 1 16 , and perh. (Ew ,a,! ) Ex 20 3 (Dt 5 7 ) ^JB-^y BnriN EW1^« T*; ff,T Ni> (Thes al. asc). (c) in addition to, Jb 16" pB -, JB-by pa , ???"!?^. (d) of localities, in front of, mostly (but not always: v.GFM ,u -' , - 35 ')=ea*< of 1 K6 3 the porch in front of etc., v 3 7 6 8 8 2Cli3 17 Ez42 9 ; Gn 16 12 p& mx-b w£» (cf. 25 18b ), perh. (Di al.) with collateral idea of defiance; &OOD 'B"Py 23" (5o 13 ), Ex 16 14 ; oft. in , . . »ja-«jy T^H Gn 2 5 9 (49 30 ), D ,_ tVO v 18 *(Jos 13 3 1 S 15 7 ), Nu2i" 3.V', lfTV Dt 3 2 49 ( 3 4'), Jos i 3 3 - 23 i5 8 ( I 8' 6 ), 17 7 18 14 19" Ju 16 3 1 8 2 4 3 (prob.), 26 13 2 S 2 24 1 K rmvo

DD n 7 (theMt. of Olives, E. of Jerus.; so 2 K 23 13 Zci 4 4 ), jf-'.—Gn i 20 let fowl fly JJ-p-) >js4v Q'DB'n in front of the firmament of heaven, viz. as looked up to from below, i. e. between the firmament and the earth. («) with vbs. imply- ing direction, over towards, Gn 18 16 ^S^y «pe*l DID, 19 28 ; Nu2i a, (2 3 1B ) P«^l W6» nspefo overlooking; to sprinkle against the front of Lvi6 14 ; in a hostile sense (rare), Na 2 2 ni>y b. From the sense of surface, Gn i 2 ^sr^J/ Dinn wp° n the face of the deep, Ex 16 14 'u4j> "anon : oft. in the phrases y~Mn {bs) *3E>~by Gn i 29 7 a + , and (more freq.) nciNn *3B*Vy ore the face of the ground 6 1 7 s3 etc.; iTlbfl <JB ^y Lv 17 5 Nu 19" i S i^ + j after vbs. of motion, 11 4 lest we be scattered over the face of all the earth, v M Ex 32 20 Lv 14 7 (v 53 bit), Is 18 2 19 8 Am 5 8 Ez 3 2 4 Jb 5 '» + . . '^7Jf8 : a. from before the face of, Gn23 3 Abraham rose up in? 'OB S>yp / )W n. before his dead, i.e. from mourning before or beside it; t(V3B) <JB bjJD/row &,/<>„, my (his) face, oft. in K Je of the rejection of Isr. or the temple, as with nbp iK 9 7 (|| 2Ch 7 20 T^n), Jei 5 ',T^n 2 K 13 23 24 20 (Je 52 3 ), Je 7 15 , tyu: Je 2 3 39 , "VDn 2 K i 7 *» 2 3 27 24 s Je 32 81 . b. from of the surface of, oft. in the phrase nmxn "OB i>yp, with verbs of cutting off, removing, expelling, etc., tGn 4 14 6 7 7 4 8 8 Ex 32 12 Dt 6' 5 1 S 2o' 5 1 K 9 7 i3 34 Amp 8 Je 28 16 Zp i 2 - 3 . trW , a adv. (n loc.) 1. towards the (in-) side. 2. within(lit./acewan?,fr.pointofview of one entering by opposite door) ;— of a build- ing, usu. temple : 1. after vb. of motion Lvio 18 2 Ch 29 18 , and (after T3H) 2 K 7", also 'Sib Ez 4i 3 2 Ch 29 16 . 2. 'a 1 K 6 18 , also 'si> v 30 , so read also v 29 (for MT D*5D^O, v . Kmp Kmu Kit Benz), Ez 40 1616 , also ^ 45 M " MT, i.e. within the house, but KrochmGrChe al. (plausibly) WiS q.v.;'SD iK6 ,92, = 2 Ch 3 4 . "WE^adj. inner ;— 'a iK6 !, + ; f. rVD'OB v^ + i mpl. DWJB ! Ch28 11 ; fpl. n^D'33 2 Ch 4 M ; — alw. c. art,, and alw. of parts of building, usu. temple: iK6 27 7 12 +; esp. Ez 8 3 - 16 io 3 +' 21 t. 40-46 ; as subst. ^JBS 4 t W on the inside (but dub., v. Co al.); nn?^Brr!>K 42 * toward the inside (del. © @ Co Toy al'.). "5pb 1 K 6 17 , Ew »*• Ke as adj., anterior, fat rd, with ©, vy?0 »2dJ» Th Ste Kit al. tWEB n.pr. (face of God, cf. GFM Ju8 ' 8 ; late ' As. PanUi Hilpr u,,,vP *- El « ,1I « 8 );— - Qavovrjk, but in Gn <*8nj (roC) Beov : 1. loc. E. of Jordan, near Jabbok Gn32 32 Ju 8 8 - 8 - 917 i K i2 2i '=bN , 3a Gn 32 31 : site unknown ; v. esp. PaineBft.^iw.in* 2 m a fa Judah f Ch ^ b. in Benjamin 1 Ch 8 25 Qr (Kt iwiD). H22^ ](j n.pr.m. (on form cf. Lag BS 134 );— 1. father of Caleb Nu 13 6 14 6 Jos 14 613 1 Ch 4 15 -f iot., U<f>owri. 2. Asherite 1 Ch 7* i<f>um, A Ic0ii;A, @L U(j>owrj. DTCB v. dpu'b. h^KS, bwSB v. n:a. D*>2D v. av?B. D"»DB t eto., v. n», P2 (-/of foil.; appar. |[form of n:a). •"E^ 2g n - f - corner ; — abs. 'a 2 K 1 4" + , cstr. n|3 j e 3 1*> + ; S f. nnaa Jb 3 s 9 , aaa p r 7 8 (Ges i9, °); pi. ni33 a bs. Zp i 16 2 Ch 26 15 , EPfB Zc 14 10 ; cstr. nl3B ^j^f, etc.;— 1. a. corner, of square objects 1 K 7 s4 + v 30 (rd.VTli-ia for Vnbj>B, cf. Kit), Ex 27 s 3 8 2 Ez 43 2 » 45 > 9 ; of house Jbl* roof Pr7> 2 2 i9 =25 « ; ty J3K j o5l * j. e . a corner-stone ; '2 f3K f earth Jb 38"; cf. (fig.) f 1 18 22 , and (ptt om.) Is 28 16 ; 'a = street-comer 2 Ch 28 24 . b. specif, of wall of Jerus., Ne 3 s4 (in SB.), t 3 '- 32 (NE.); 'an iye> 2 K i 4 13 + 1| 2 Ch 25 23 ® @ £ and most (for MT niian 'B>), 4. ( v . "!#) ; ni3Bn appar. with battlements 2 Ch 26 15 ; of cities in gen. nirnsn 'an Zp i 16 ; of the nations 3 s . 2. fig. of chief, ruler as corner (support or defence), Ju 20 2 1 S 14 38 Is 1 9 13 (rd. perhaps pi.); Zc io 4 ( + "»T q. v .). ttT^pS n.[f.]pl. corals (? as branching, cf. Ar. ^.x~h branch of tree ; so Mich Thes al.; >pearls Bo Htaro2 - 601 Di Jb after Ra al.);— 'a fig. of value Pr 2 o 15 ; usu. 'BD, comp. Jb 28" Pr 3 15 (Kt D"JB»), 8" 3 i»(all cf value), La 4 7 (of red colour); + ^45 14 (perh.; for "O^a, q. v .). T n2:E n.pr.f. (prop. gg. of foregoing?) wife of Elkanah 1 S i 2 -'- 4 , *f WU »a. t[p^?] vb- K. indulge, pamper (NH Pi.;cf.Ecclusi 4 16 ; At.jjju.; Aram.p:a,^ia Pa.) ; — Pt. p3Btp p r 2 9 21 one pampering a Eervant. [DB] v. DDB. ^721 DD v. 1 DBK. t JD2 vb. Pi. dub.; if correct, pass be- tween (NH Pi. split, cut off, also=BH; X 5DB cut in two);—Imv. mpl. 13D3 ^ 48 14 pass between her palaces ; Gr Che «£?; Du conj. ' possibly' WDB (fop, C p. [NH VDB] Aram. yDBrf^ c f. [J^B].

G 2 t H3D2 n.pr.mont. Pisgah (prob. cleft, fr. 

a natural feature of mt.; Dr Dt3 - 17 );— alw. 'Bn : 'an vth Nu 2i M 23" Dt 3 s7 34 1 ; 'an mfx 3" 4 4 * Jos 12 3 13 20 ; mt. in Moab, on NE. shore of Dead Sea, exact loc. unknown (cf. Fesha as a cliff on NW. shore, v-Di*" 21 ' 20 ); *»<ryaDt 3 "+, T. Xa£fvri7>> 4 49 , AfXalfUfie'xoii Nu 2I 20 + . [nDEl v. DDB. T * •j-I. nDS vb. pass or spring over ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'a Ex 12 27 , 'B1 consec. v°(J); 1 s. ^rinps* v 13 (P), all c. ?5?, of ** passing over (spar- ing) houses of Isr. ; Inf. abs. niDB Is 3 1 5 a passing over (sc. tfoffff 7g). TPID2 n.m. passover (usu.(Thes and most) from I. nDS, with reference to Ex 12 13 etc.; Reuss Ge8Ch ' AT * 58 passing over into new year; Schaefer '•"»'>-»*"»"> «**»■ 316 cp. As. paslhu, soothe, placate [deity], < be sootlted, Pi. trans., T„ ZA iv (1889). 275 2Am Bab - KeL ' (1896) ' 01 °"-: " < 1899 >. * • Schwally Id ""' 24 fr. II. riDB, of sacred dance); — abs. 'D Ex 12" + ; nps v 21 + ; pi. D'npa 2 Ch3o + 3 t.; — 1. sacrifice of passover, in- volving communion-meal, hence a species of peace-offering (cf. 1. rnj II. 2), "6 MOT "B IT?! Ex^J), cf.v"(P); 'B n?j Dti6" 6 ; 'an fet»

Ch 3o' 8 ; the special feature lay in the appli- 

cation of blood to homes to consecrate them; cf. aim. Bab. rite of purification Zim ">• "• 12fr7 . 2. tlie animal victim of tlie passover : 'a DntJ* Exi2 21 (J) 2 Ch 3 o 15 35 16 " Ez G»j£.2Ch 3c. 17 ; B»sa 'an btsa 2 Ch 35"; D»nD?a? 2 Ch 3 5 7 - 8 - 9 . [Passover animals (cf. Br""- 206 ) were ?«V /oe& Ex I2 21 (J), nfe> v 3 - 4 - 5 , incl. EOS and 1J> v 5 (P); "Ip31 |K¥ Dt 16 2 ; large numbers of all these (ns* not used) in Josiah's passo er, ace. to 2 Ch 35 7s ' 8 » hut evident mingling of whole burnt- offerings for the passover with special passover victim.] 3. festival of the passover : 'an 3n Ex 34* (J); 'a(n) Lv2 3 5 Nu 28' 6 33 3 Jos 5" (P) Ez 4 5 21 ; 'sn ngn Ex 12 43 Nu9 1214 (P); 'a rivy Ex 1 2« Nu 9 2 - 4S " 6 101314 Jos5 10 (P) Dti6' 2K 23 21 22a 2 Ch 30 1 " 35 '»"' s ' 8 '9 Ezr 6 :9 ; it was held in month 3'atjin Dt 16 1 , 3T.V3 v«; on 14th day Jos 5'° (P), of 1st month Ez 45" ; tPTm fS (Ex 1 2 6 ) Lv 23 s Nu 9 5 (P); if impossible at that time, then on 1 4th of 2nd month Nu 9 1012 . [No ref. to npa in E ; J subordinates it to niSD (the great feast of JE) ; in D it predom. over niVD ; P makes it first in importance (Br"""- 1 * 5 '-).] tnpCFI a.pr.loc. on Euphrates (prob. ford (though Lag BNm doubts); Lewy F " mdw - "« cp.

^i DD 

A.a/j.jfaKos (on Bosphorus), expl. as HpS?); —

K 5 4 , NE. limit of Sol.'s dominion ; = Gk 

e<ifaKorXen An * b - l - 4 etc.;identif.withA'ara</)i68e, at the great easterly bend of <he river, c. Lat. 35 55' N, Long. 38 20' E, JPPeters 1 "" "- MMris '

Nippur I. 96 ff.

fll. [FIDS] ▼*>• limp (Thes sub I. 'a, but dub.; Ar. 'JU is dislocate; ace. to Gerber 73 II. 'a is denom. fr. DBS [and this sub I.'B? J);— Qal Pt. pi. D^yen "ne^y D^IOS 1K18 21 fig. (v. ["By!?]). ITiph. Impf. 3 ms. DpSJI b'3>l

S 4" arid he fell and was made limping (lame). 

Pi. Impf. 3 mpl. nansn-by Wl^W 1 K i$*they went limping (along by the altar), i.e. prob. in their dance, v. Kit Pietschm rh <">- 220 (Gr iyDB'1 [sa^f!!] stepped). t npS n.pr.m. (limper) ; — 1. in Judah 1 Ch 4 12 , B«<ro-r)(, *f<To-r;, etc. 2. head of post-ex. family Ezr 2 49 = Ne 7 51 , *i<tok, etc., ®L *«<ro-<i. 3. father of wall-builder Ne 3 s , *a<r«, *eirc™. tnpS adj. lame;— abs. 'a 2 89"+; pi Cnpa 5 6 + ;— as attrib. Lv 2 1 1S ( + ">?.?) J P led - 2 S 19 27 , »7JQ 7nE> 'B 9 13 /arne as to both his feet; cf. also (of animal) Dt 15 21 (+ n ?.y); as subst. 2 S 5 68 8 Je 3 1 8 Mai i 813 Jb 29 15 (all + 1$), also Is33 23 35 6 Pr26'. tT|D3 (van d. H. 'HP?) n.pr.m. Asherite I Ch 7 33 , Baicn;x<, A *«otjx'» ®L #a<rf;c

7D3 vb. hew, hew into shape (NH Pi. 

liew o^boughs ; Aram. bpB, , *^tt3 = BH ; Nab. Ni'DB stone-cutter); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. i?pB Hb2 18 ; Impf. 3 ms. ^DB>1 Ex 34', etc.; Imv. ms.'i'pB Ex 34 1 Dt 10'J — A«w <«** stone tablets Ex 34 1 - 4 Dt io 1 - 3 ; building-stones 1 K 5 ra ; c. cogn. ace. (sf. referring to 705) Hb 2 18 . ^DS n.m. Bb 2 ' ,8 idol, image ;— abs. 'a Ju l7 3 +) Vpais 4 2 17 ; cstr.^PB Jul8 3, + ; sf.^DB Is 48 s , etc.; pi. supplied by C^DB, v. foil.;— idol, as likeness of man or animal Ex 2o 4 =Dt 5 8 , Dt 4 16 - 2325 , also 27 1S 2 K 2 1 7 2 Ch 3 3 7 Is 4 2 17 44 9 4 8 5 Na i 14 Hb 2 18 (of wood or stone, cf. v 19 ); of metal Jui7 s - 4 +6t. 18 (cf. GFM), Is 40 19 44 10 (c. TDl), Je 10" 5! 17 (c. 17»); of wood Is 40 20 44 16 ; 17 45 s0 - ["T^p-T] n-m.^'^id.;— pi. (>°$ serving as sg.) D'^DB Ju 3 ,9 + ; B>faf Ho n 2 + ; cstr. ^DB Je5i 47 + ; sf.^^'DB Mi5 12 , etc.;— idols, Ho i! 2 Is io ,0 + io t,, +(of wood, c. Itift Dt CDS

nyo f" so (c. F!|) 12 3 ; of stone Is 21" (c."ae>), Ju 3 19 - 26 (cf. OFM), stone or metal Mi i 7 2 Ch 34' (nn?), c f. v 3 - 4 ; (sheathed with) silver Is 30 s3 . I. DDS (v/offoll.; perh. cp. n'tyfi spread ; cf. Ph.(Pu.) OS tablet ; Aram. NB3 , J&aS ,= BH). t [DE] n.[m.] flat of hand or foot (palm, sole); — only D^DB n3J13 tunic reaching to palms and soles (v. 'a) On 3 7 3 - 23 - 32 2 S i3 ,819 (cf. Dr). T [nDE] n.f. dub.; if correct, prob. abun- danoe, plenty () prop, spread out) ; — cstr. 13 T1D3 y, 7 2 16 ; Lag Gr Che al. read nyse*. til. [DD3] vb. disappear, vanish (si vera 1., cf. As. pasasu, do away, blot out (esp. sins));— Qal Pf. 3 pi. fD IDS + 12 2 the faithful have vanislied (Che Dr) from (among) . . . men ; Lag proph.ch.id.„i»t Gr We Du read JUJ2X ^ Is l6 ^_ THECE n.pr.ni. Asherite 1 CI17 38 , ®ao<f>a(i). t [iTJ/S] vb. groan (onomatop. ace. to Thes ; NH Hiph. bleat, so Ar. ^o, ( ju Dozy; Aram.NSJ^Ljis bleat);— Impf. 1 s. nj;3K nnbi»3 Is 42" (of '» straining himself to deliver Isr., + Dfete [«&], e|KE*)._ [ySK] Is 4!=", v . p . 6 7 . tn^sTM n.[m.] a kind of viper (Thes 'a ■•'.. » v flando et sibilando;' cf. Ar. ) Xi viper, Eth. AW*; id.);— 'n Is 30 6 59 5 , 'K |fc$ Jb 20 16 . t^J*B, '♦yB n.pr.loc.inEdom, ! lVaGn36 39 = ^3 I Ch I 50 ;' *o yw/) , ©LCh *aova. .J/2 vb. do, make (poet, for wy) (NH ?yi3 workman, cf. J Aram. ; Ph. b])E>= BH (oft.); Ar. Jij ?'d.; OAram. ?ys; Syr. in der. spec, and deri v.) ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. Dt 3 2 27 + , i>X ^>3 Nu 2 3 C3 , 2 ms. "bj?B Ex 1 5 17 + , etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. 7ys? Jb 22 17 + ; 2 ms. -^yBPI 358, etc.; Inf. cstr. D ffir? Jb 37 12 (v. infr.); ' Pt. act. ^|i 5 ! +) pi. cstr. h>'3 5 « +; etc.;— 1. <fo .- a. of God, c. ace. (abstr.) Nu 23 s3 Dt 32 s7 Jb 33 m , niyiK f 74"; +b pers. yfr si 21 ^ 29 Is 26 12 Jb 22 17 ; c! acc.cogn. ?y3^44 2 Hbi 5 ; acc.om.Is43 13 ,cf.4i 4 . b. of men, c. ace. f 1 1 3 Jb 1 1 8 , + b pers. (God) 7 20 , +3 pers. (God) 35 s ; esp. of doing evil, yg Ho 7 1 , ty Jb 34 3 -, r6]j? 3 6™ ^58' 1 19 3 , p«  Pr 30'°, esp. JIN ^y : 3 Ho 6 8 Is 31 3 Jb 31 3 34"" f 5" + 1 5 *• *. Pr 1 o 29 2 1 15 , JTJ b$jS Mi 2 ' ; rarely of doing right, c. ace. it3EB>0 Zp 2 3 , p^S fr 15 2 . c. of clouds, c. ace. Jb37 12 (disregarding ). . make: a. of God, c. ace. concr. EXI5 17 ; + b rei Pr 16 4 , b of 2nd obj. •f 7"; 'bjj'a Jb 36 s wiy Maker, b. of man, c. ace. concr. Is 44 12 ' 16 ; ace. om. 44 12 ^7". — Is I 31 v. ?y3. bVB n.m. rr *" doing, deed, work (poet, and late, nearly = ns>J?p) ;— .'a a bs. Hb 1' 1// 44; cstr. Dt33 ll + ; sf. ftj|B 3 2 4 + , ^J|3 Is i 31 (Ko "• 1 ' 35 ' 493 Ges S93 '>, v. infr.), Je 22 13 ; D3.byB Is 4 i«, etc.; pi. Q^'S aS»3*i(3m";— 1. <feerf, thing done : a. of God, vl'B his work in pro- vidence Dt 32 4 Is 5 12 Jb 36"; in deliverance i/M4 2 (as ace. cogn.), 7 7" +5 t.; in judgment 64 10 95 9 , as ace. cogn. Hb 1°. b. of false gods Is 41 24 . c. of men, daily toil Jb 24 s ^ 104 23 ; specif, act Eu 2 12 ; l'T 'B f sacrificing Dt 33"; pi. of achievements 2 S 23 20 = 1 Ch 1 I 32 ; action as having moral quality Jb 34" Pr 20" 24 1229 , evil implied Je 25 14 50 29 Jb 36 s ty 28 4 , VB3 t 9"; D»n 'D IS59 6 ; good action Pr2i 8 . 2. work, thing made : a. by hands of God IS45 911 (of men), b. by man Is I 31 (i. e. prob. his idol Ges Che Comm - Di al.; >read &$ Lag 8eml - 5 Sta «*»«»»«'). 3. W a 6 eso/ W or>fcJe22 13 Jb7 2 . 4. acquisition of treasures Pr2i 6 . TLn^J'Ej n.f. work, reeompenoe (poet, and late)';— cstr. rfeySi Lv 19 13 -)-, sf. VIj^B IS49 4 , etc.; pi. cstr. ni^B ^ if, rb- 2 8 5 ; — 1. work : a. pi. deeds of* i//- 28 s . b. of men, yjf 17 4 (pi.); toil, suffering Je 31 16 ; good action 2 Ch 15 7 , wicked Is 65*, "ipf '3 Pr 1 1". 2. wages (as earned by work) Lv i9 13 Pr io 16 (II W)! EZ29 20 ; reward (from '") Is4 9 4 6i 8 ; prob. fig. of people won back by '"< in warfare 40 10 62" (|| "OK'); of punishment, f 109 20 . t^ri^S n.pr.ni. Levite 1 Ch 26 s , hxf>6o<r- ~kaa6t, A ioa6i, ©L *«XXaft. t[7J>D^] n.[m.] work, thing made (by '");— plsf. V^BO Pr8 22 . f[n^DQ] n.[f.] deed (of '»);— pi. cstr. '" ni^jrao ^ 4 6 9 , W^ 'o 66 5 . t [D^/3] vb. thrust, impel (prob. orig. strike, hit, v. deriv., and Ph. DyB foot); — Qal Inf. cstr. sf. 10J|B|> Ju 13 25 the spirit of '* began to impel him. Niph. be disturbed, Pf. 1 s. ♦BtpyjpJ f 77 s ; /to;)/ 3 fs. inn Dyini Gn 41 s Dn2 3 ; so Hithp. Impf. 3 fs. vTTI D^snni Dn 2 1 . Dl'E ]i6 n-f. 1 ' 8 ' 28 (masc. only Ju I6 28 [text suspicious,v.GFMAlbr ZAW,,,(,896) - 76 Kb 8 '° , M8m ], 2 S 23 s [<Qr fern.], 1 K 7 30 [crpt., v. infr.]) beat, psm

yso foot, anvil, occurrence ; — abs. 's Gn 2 23 + ; OVB 4 6 30 +; du. B?oya Gii27 36 +, etc.; pi. CH?ys 3 3 s + ; also (concr.) i str. <oy3 J u 5 s8 + ; sf. W* '+ 57 7 up 133 , etc.; VfibjJa (only 1 c) Ex 25'- + 2 t.; — 1. a. poet., hoof-beat Ju 5 s8 ; late, of human footfall, footstep, fig. V *7* (II **•% 1 i9 ,3S ; |,D ¥ B TO^ $& 8 5" *>• /oo«, fig., 57' 58". 74 3 140 s Pr 2Q 5 ; iit. Is 26 s (|| 7ft), Ct 7 2 ; 'B ci?3 2 K I9 24 =ls37 25 . c. /oo<, of ark Ex 25 12

3 (p)._vnby : s i K7 30 read vniaa ( c f. v 34 ). 

.=anvt7 (struck by hammer) Is 41'. 3. occurrence, time (orig. stroke, beat): a. nnK 'B [fins] «« nrne, once Jos 6 31114 (JE), io 42 (D) + 3 t.+ 2 S 23 s Qr (>Kt nrw); trtffl <wtce Gn 4i 32 + 6 t.; 'B Na i 9 second time; 'B J«8"j8 Ne 6 4 four times; 'B BW IN E'en 2 K 1 3 19 , cf. 'B nn^n Ne 6 5 ; also e.«fcf>, P38>, q.v. ; 'B T?jf (HJ) Nu 14 22 (JE) Ne 4 6 Jbi9 3 , all indef.=over and over; indef. also BW DJ/S Ne 13 20 once and [i.e. or] <wi"ce; «Wf> tJj^l Jb 33^ «aace (or) tnrice; Q'DyB HNO 2 S 24 3 =i Ch 21 3 , 'B «^«  Dti 11 ; ntel'B V 106 43 Ec7 22 ; D'OJfB r "??~'5' 1 K 2 2 16 =2 Ch i8 16 . b. DyB3-DyB3 as time 'l on time, i.e. as formerly, as usual, Nu 24 1 (E) I Jui6 20 2O 30 - 31 iS3 10 (cf.Dr)2O 25 . c.D5?aa(B5) fitiin at this repetition (this time) also Ex 8®* 9" (j) + 3 t.; ttnn 'aa dj Dt9 ,9 io 10 . d. nyan (Hex only J): i) = this once Gn 18 32 , 'an !RJ Ex io 17 Ju6 39 , 'arrpi v 39 , np 'an J|g 16 28 (njn dub., v. supr.); (2) = now at length Gn 2 s3 29 s435 30 20 46 30 Ju 1 5 s 1 6 18 , cf. also Ex 9 27 now at length (it is clear that) / have sinned, e. Dyj • • • DyB Pr 7 12 now . . . now, at one time . . . at another. tjb^S n.[m.] bell, on high-p.'s robe (from its stroke, beat) ;— 'B abs. Ex 39 26 - 26 ; cstr. 3HT 'B 28 .-m.34. pl tfJOyan 39 25 , cstr. 3$ V.»P 28 s3 39 25 . n»B v. 'b n?sv. t P.^2] vb. open wide (the mouth) (NH rarely = BH, usu. open bowels, go to stool ; cf. J Aram. iyS; Av.Jii and Syr. ^S=BH, U>& cltasm);— Qal Pf. of voracious greed, fig.

f 8 . i?a rnyn is 5 14 (of Sh«&l), 3 pl. ty ^ 

On'Sa^Ges*" ' 1 ) Jb 16 10 ; of eager desire (good sense), *^B Dn'B 29 s3 , *nyf»B * 1 19 131 - ti">ys n.pr.m. 2 S 23 s5 (cf. Ph. n.pr.m. TJ»)=Tii} q.Y. tTll'S n.pr. *rrytop : 1. inont. in Moab (appar.from some v^jffl);— Nu2 3 28 cf.('B JT3, 'B *>ja and reff.; also) Buhl ""-" 8 Dr D ' 3 ' M ; [® Jos 1 5 asa t«>J gives a *aywp with Bethlehem; v. also © for WE? , ^3]. 2. dei (appar.) Nu 25 18 - 18 (cf. 'B by? v 3 - 5 ), 3 1 16 Jos 22 ' 7 . t[n¥2] vb. part, open (Ar. ^J I, n. separate, remove; Aram. NSB esp. set free, JIa Pa. set free);— Qal Pf. 3 fs. nriX3 Gn 4" + , 2 ms. fV'SB Ju ii 36 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. nXB? Jb 35"; Imv. ms. n??B Ez 2 8 , sf. >?JJJ ^ 144 71 '; P<. nx'a Is io 14 , 'ia^i44 10 ; — 1. open mouth: a. to swallow, fig. of ground, nDTKn Gn 4" (J), Nu ^(JE), n«n Dtn 6 ; of enemies, +?? pers. La2 ,6 3 46 ^aa* 1 ; lit. Ez 2 8 . b. to speak Ju 1 1 35 - 36 (utter a vow, +"'"^); Jb35 16 ; hence= utter, WBf WB nB>X ^ 66' 4 ; of bird chirping na nsa Is io 14 (in fig.). 2. snatch away, set free (Aram, loan-word), only ^144, + 9*?fll c. JO v 711 ; 'fl c. JO v 10 . t n^2 vb. cause to break or burst forth, — T break forth with (cf. Ar. 'J£ break, crush; Eth. AXvh: sluitter; Syr. u.Is is 6e joyous, hilarious);— Qal J /. 3 pl. ff] insa Isi 4 7 </i«2/ Aa»e broken forth with joyous shout; Impf. nr VCft) 55 12 (of mts.); Imv. fs. nn 'nsD 54 1 (of Zion) • mpl/1 ins? 44 23 49 13 Qr ( > Kt WW, of mts.) ; abs. «$■ Is 52 9 ^ 9 8 4 (both + «p). Pi. break bones m pieces : Pf. 3 pl. ^ n S3 Mi 3 3 . t [72iS] vb.Pi. peel (XH Pi. sjtlit, divide; so Ar. jJJ, J Aram. (Talm.) bsa, Syr. ^^3; akin to ^X2 q.v.);— Pf. 3 ms. bx? Gn 30 38 (obj. rods); /nip/. 3 ms. ?»B^ ^(c. ace. cogn.). t [n72E] n.f.pl. peeled spot or stripe ; — pl. ninb nibsa Gn 30 37 (as ace. cogn.). t [D2i2] vb. split open (Ar. 115 crack; X DS3 Je 22", cut out, make, window); — Qal Pf. 2 ms. sf. of earth, ^0X3 f 6o 4 (subj. God). t [^!i3] vb. bruise, wound by bruising (NH split, bruise; Ar. jL15 squeeze a ripe date, rub; Aram, yxa split);— Qal Pf. 3 pl. sf. ^3n tjWgB Ct 5 7 ; /n/. ais. J? XM nsn 1 K 2 37 a smiting and a bruising (him); Pt.pass. cstr. FUVJlUtf Dt 23 2 one wounded by crushing. ty|B n.m. rr276 bruise, wound;— abs. '* Ex 2 1 25 Is i 6 (fig.), Pr 20 s0 , yxj3 Ex 2 1 26 ; sf. 'ySS Gn 4 Z1 ; pl. trySB Pr 23 s9 ; fig. also cstr. <|p 27" andsf. V?B Jb9 17 . t [Y^2] v b. break (Ar. ^i break, break asunder; Nab. J'VB break asunder; Syr. •«»» YSB

nps crws/*);— P5'. /«/>/. 3 ms. 1&D fJ*] Je 2 3 M a hammer which sJiatters rock. Pilp. Impf. 3 ms. sf. , ???By?^ Jb 1 6 12 A« [God] dashed me in pieces (fig.). t VJtD only 10 n.pr.m. priestly name i Ch 24 15 ; tu #rrnia. A A<£fo-<rij, ©L A<£to-<m. y-S3 v. psaivap. 112. t [™)XS] vb. push, press (perh. related, by transp., to Ar. (J^j appoint, prescribe, As. parsu, command, cf. Ba ZMGl,m(1889, • ,88 );— Qal imp/ 3 ms.~>XS»! Gn i 9 3 +, 3 mpl. IXfgl v 9 2 K 2 17 ; — push, press, upon (3 pers.) physically Gni9 9 ;=Mrgfev 3 33 n Jui9 7 2K2 17 , +inf. 5 16 ; read also prob. tir^l 2 S 13"* 2K5 3 (for -p T B>l), i3-nSS»l 1 S 28 s3 (for "VJ^l), Tanchum (cf! The), Wei'r in Dr 1828 ' 23 Kit 1 "- Bu HPS Lbhr. Hiph. Inf. aia.lVSn 1 S 1 S 23 <o display pushing (i.e. arrogance, presumption; || -'"JO; cf. Dr). t rn , Sl appar. n.f.fr. -/nVS, 1 S 13 21 ; dub.; prob. incurably crpt.; AV file fr. 3! @ Rabb., Ke bluntness; both lack philol. ground ; v. esp. Dr. PS v. P"3.

  • 7pD vb. attend to, visit, muster,

)- T S03 appoint (NH id., visit, enjoin; Ph. Ipa attend to, provide; As. pakddu = HH ; Ar. Sii /ose, )»!«; also (Dozy) give heed, attention, to; Eth. AA'Ai visit, muster, desire, need, etc. ; Nab. IpB command (Cook), so £"lpB Pa,, Syr. »n9, also w'jif);- Qal 234 />/. 3 ms. 'a Ex 4 31 + ;u. 'PnpB 3 16 +, etc.; /mp/. 3 ms. "IpB? Gn 5o 24 +, etc.; 7mw.ms.1pS Nu3 15 + ,etc; Inf. abs. "lpB Gn 5o 24 + ; cstr. 1pS^> 2 S 24 4 +, etc.; Pt. acOp.3 Ex 20* + ; pass. D'HpB(n) 30" 4- , cstr. 'H'pB Nu 31" + , etc.; — A. 1. a. pay attention to, observe (with care, practical interest), of '* c. ace. pers. + rei Ex 3> 6 (J), c. ace. pers. 4 31 (J ; || nsn), f 8 5 (with providence, cf. H^pB Jb 10 12 ; || "*?J); c. ace. rei jSi5*+8o tt (fl&»?n,m<n),l*4«(|piJ nb), Dnxisn "lp£n Djijj "ibr Ho8 I3 =9 l, =Jei4 w ; iS 1 7 18 observe thy brothers as to well-being {BV&?; i. e. see how they fare). b. attend to, in act, see to, c. ace. pers. 2 K g M ; ace. of sheep Je 23 2 (in fig.); cf. Zcio 3b n 16 . c. seek (with interest, desire), seek Is 26 16 ; in bad sense, look about for Ez 23 21 . Hence d. seek in vain, need, miss, lack (cf. Niph., and Ar. Eth. supr.), c. ace. pers. 1 S 20 6 Is 34 16 , rei 1 S 25 15 Je 3 16 . 2. specif. visit, c. ace, for different purposes : with (3) a present Ju 15 1 ; esp. of , visit graciously Gn ■2i 1 50 24 - 25 =Exi 3 19 (allE),Is23 17 Je I 5 15 (||-i3J), <J7 22 29 10 ^8 ^065 ,0 +;™ ,Bn3 i°6 4 (IP 3 !); visit to search, test, ace. pers. Jb 7 18 (|| 103), ^ 1 f 3 (|| id.; obj. om.), abs. Jb3i"; to punish Je 6 1S 49 s 5° 31 V'59 6 ; acc - P ers - om - Ex 32 s4 * Is 26 14 , c. ?y rei (of sin) Je 5 s - 29 9' (here 4- 3 pers.); ace. rei ^ 89 s3 ; abs., of v s anger Jb 3s' 6 . 3. c. s* pers., visit upon, subj., +acc. rei (of sin) Am3 214 Hoi 4 2 ld Ex20 5 34 r Dt5 9 +iot.; ace. rei om., =punish Is io 12 Je 9" n 22 13 21 + 10 t. Je, +8 t.; +3 rei Ho 12 3 Je2i"; +cl. of sin H04 14 ; c. 5>Spers.Je5o" U8 ,^ + ^ , 46 18 ; indef. subj. c. ?y of vineyard = injure Is 27 s . 4. pass in review, muster (nearly = number), c. ace., iSii 8 i3 ,5 2S24 2 - 4 +n t. + Nui 3 "- 44 - 49 +i6t. Nu (P); ace. om. 1 S u' 717 Nu «•; obj. OJJ Jb 5 24 ; esp. pt. pass., persons or things mustered (numbered), Ex 30' 21314 3 8 2 " 6 Nui 21 - 22 + 67 t. Nu, + 1 Ch 2 3 24 . • B. appoint : 1. c. ace. pers. 4. DF1N Gn 40 4 , + ?5? pers. over whom Je 1 5 3 5 1 27 NU27", +b« (for b) Je 49 19 = 50 44 ; c. ace. pers. alone Nu 3 10 , + nyn B%n| Dt 20 9 ; pt.pass. pi. appointed ones, officers, of (fighting) host Nu 3 1 14 - 48 2 K n 15 2 Ch 23". 2. c. ace. rei, appoint, assign, + ?y pers. to whom, Nu 4 s7 (on text v. Di); c. ace. rei only, v 32 ; cf. Jb34 13 36 23 ; lay wy<m(?5?pers.) as a charge, Zp 3 7 (rdg. vp**3^J?^?, @ We Now, for QfVO); +inf. 2 Ch 3 6 23 = Ezr 1 2 ; = deposit, c. ace. rei + 3 loc, 2 K 5 s4 (cf. |ftg»). tWiph. Pf. 3 ms. fpSi 1 S 25 7 + ;

ms. J?1P?^1 20 18 ; Impf. 3 ms. 1£B* v 18 + , etc.; 

Inf. IpBn abs. 1 K 20™; cstr. Ju 21 3 ; — 1. be (sought, i. e. needed) missed, lacking l S 20 18 -f v 19 (ffl, for MT T?n, We Dr al.), 25 7 1 K 20 39 ( + inf. abs.), 2 K io 1919 Je 23 4 (Gr Gie conj. nnf!), + JO part. Ju2i 3 1 S25 21 2S 2 30 Nu 3 1 49 ; of seat 1 S 20 18 , place v 2527 (i.e. be empty). 2. be visited (graciously) Ez 38 s Is 24 s2 , cf. 29 s (3 accomp.; v. Di). 3. be visited upon, ?y pers., Nu 1 6 M (subj. n-nps) ; yn 'b; i>a Pr 1 9 a evil shall not be visited (sc. upon him ; rd. perh. Ivy "Ofe' for PJ5J 3??V v - T °y)- *■ * e appointed Ne 7 1 , + ?y 1 2 44 . t Pi. (intens.) muster a host, /V.tgBD Is 1 3 4 (of >). fPn. 6e passed in review, Pf.

ms. 1i23 Ex 38 s '; be caused to miss, deprived 

of, 1 s. VHB3 Is 38 10 c. ace. rei. tHithp. be mustered, Pf 3 pi. ^pBnn Ju 2o IS17 ; Impf 3 ms.lpBnjl 2 1 9 ; 3inpl. 2o' 5 (on form v.Ges !M1 ). tHothp." id., Pf. 3 pi. Vipann z k 20 s7 Nu i 47 2 33 26 s2 (Ges Lc ). Hiph. 2 j Pf 3 ms.Tpan Gn 39 5 + , 2 ms. sf. fongan 1 S 29 4 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. TpD! Is io 28 , etc.;'/m».ms.npBn Nu 1 50 V' 109", etc.; — 1. c. ace. pers., set (over), make overseer, 2 K 25 23 ; + ^y Gn 39 4 Je i 10 Nu i M + 8 t., fig., mpm

rpnpD ncc. of punishment, Lv 26"; +3 Je 40 5 + 3 t.; + 3 and irjj Gn 39 s ; + 1 ? I K n 28 ; +0f ISfc 1 S 29/ where thou ltast stationed him, ins. also v 10 ©TheWeDral.; + ^1* Je 40 7 , cf. 41 10 . 2. c. ace. rei (implic.), a. commit, entrust (cf. P"Ij33), 'B t3j? 1 K 1 4 57 = 2 ChT 2'*; c. ace. Wl + ii;? 1^ 3 1 6 . b. deposit, c. ace. rei + 3 loc. Je 36 20 , + ? loc. Is io 28 ; ace. pers. (Jer. as prisoner) + 3 loc. Je37 !1 . 1 Hopli. 1. be visited in punish- ment, Pf. 3 ms. Ipsn Je 6 6 (impers.; but © ^cuS^r, readiiXfiji JDMich, PTJBri Gie). 2. be deposited, ilW LV5 23 (subj. fiT^Bn). 3. oe mac fc, overseer, Pi. Dni5S»(n), c . n'3 2 K 22' 12" Qr (Kt Dnpsn); " rc'33 22 s (Q r del ^ 2 Ch 34 io. c. ?5? pers. 2 Ch 34 12 ; abs. v 17 . PH^E n.f. oversight, mustering, visita- tion, store; — abs. 'a Ho9 ; i Ch 23"; cstr. JTIpB Nu3 K +; sf. irrnpB 109 8 , etc.; pi. 11(^2 J e 52" + ; — 1. visitation: a. = punishment Ho 9 7 Is io 3 Mi f Ez 9' Nu 16 29 (P), esp. in (rw^nj? Drnpa j e 8 12 io ,s + 6 t. Je (cf. ny c . npB 6 U 49 s o 31 ),'Bn n , 3 = prison 52 1 '. b. gracious visita- tion, providence Jb io 12 . 2. a. oversight, charge Nu 4 16 (P), also 3 36 (P; redund.), 1 Ch 26 30 ; — office 2 Ch 23'*. b. overseer (abstr. for concr.), 2 K 11 8 Ez44» (c. b* rei), Nu f (P); coll.= magistracy Is 60 17 (Lag BS151 ), cf. 2 Ch 24 11 . c. cZass of officers 1 Ch 23 11 24 319 . d. cltarge = thing entrusted Nu 4 16 (P). 3. mustering 2 Ch 1 7" 26 11 . 4. store, things laid up, Is 15' + 109 8 (perh. ; Hup Ve 8klm ""- 184 al. <#c«). T [□"'"ppE] n.pl. [m.] abstr. musterings, i.e. expenses ; — cstr. ^pB Ex 38 21 (v. Di). T ~PpE n.ni. commissioner, deputy, over- seer; — abs. 'b Je2o' + ; cstr. TpB 2 Ch 24" Nen 22 ; sf. Vrp2 JU9 28 ; pi. DnpB Gn4i M Je29 2G , D'TP? 2Ch3i 13 Est2 3 ; — commissioner, for special duty Gn 41 34 (E), Est2 3 ; per- manent deputy of king Ju g a , of priest 2 Ch 24", of Levites 31 13 ; overseer, one in charge of men, c. PJJ of soldiers 2 K 25 19 = Je 52 s5 , Benjamites Neil 9 , priests v 14 ; abs., without ?S, Je 2<f x (of priest in temple, reading TpB Vrss. Gie), cf. 20 1 (v. T53 3) ; c. sf. of Levites Ne II 22 , singers 1 2°. »tn-rpe n.f. oversight;— 'B bja Je 37" sentinel. [TIFB], a.m. *'*■ 'precept (of'; prop, thing appointed, charge, ef. /B 2), in ifnjr (cf. Syr. JiocSa, (Jloas); — only pi. cstr. 'TpS jr 19 9 , and sf. VflpS m?, 1H^ io3 ,s ; elsewh. T?P? n9 15 - 27 +iot. n 9 + V 28 (forMTi'bn^a ) ®as and most); T^ a v 4 - 4S + 6 1. 119. tflT^B n.m. Lv523 deposit, store (cf. V'Qal B 2 ; Hiph. 2) ; — '3 abs., of grain stored against famine Gn4i 36 ; thing left in trust Lv 5 2123 . T ~TpC?p_ 11. [ill.] muster, appointment, appointed place; — abs. 'd only in 'Bn IJJ^ Ne 3 31 , v. 1. ~W; cstr. T?BD ; 1. mw*«er of people 2 S 24°= 1 Ch 2 1 5 . 2. appointment of (by) Hezekiah 20131". 3. appointed place of (in) temple EZ43 21 (Krae watch, guard- house; Kb"' 1,93 conj. IpiD). I "rtpB n.pr. gent, et terr. a people in Bab. army Ez 23* (#ukouk ; A teat <t>oi/8) ; 'B , 3B^' 1 Je 50 21 ; = As. Pukudu, tribe in SE. Babylonia, bordering Elam WW 8 "*"" 1 - 241 Schr C0T J " DF* 2401 t np2 vb. open eyes and (once) ears (NH id., open (and remove) rubbish heap, sq. ?? look to, attend to; Ar. ~JH blossom, 11. open eyes; J Aram npB open eyes, etc.; Syr. u*a3 blossom) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'a Jb 2 7 19 ; 2 ms. nnp_B 14 3 ; /mp/ 3 ms. npB>i Gn2i 19 +; is. npss; Zc 12 4 ; Imv. ms. npB 2 K 6 17 + , so Dn 9 18 Qr (Kt nnpB); Inf. abs. nipB IS42 20 ; cstr. npsb v 7 ; PL act. np'B f i 4 6 s ; pass. fpl. ninpB j e 32'°; — 1. open eyes: a. one's own 2 K 4 3S Jb 27" Pr 20 13 ; 2 K i 9 16 =Is 37" Dn 9 18 ; + 7J? Je 3 2 19 Zc 1 2" Jb 1 4 3 . b. eyes of others Gn 2 1 19 2 K6 1717 - 20 - 20 Is42 7 V' 146 s ;— for details v . H? 1 j. 2. open ears = hear IS42 20 (without under- standing; fig. of Isr.). Niph. Pf. 3 pi. consec. inpsji Gn 3 5 ; Impf. 3 fpl. njnpen Is 35^ 'ni Gn 3' ; — be opened, of eyes ; fig., so as to know good and evil G113 5 "; opp. blindness (fig.) Is 3 5 s . Tnj?2 adj. seeing; — 'a Ex 4 11 (opp. "tyy, pi. D'npB, fig., 23 s clear-sighted ones (cf. pi?]). tnip~npS,rd. nipnps n.[m.] opening (of eyes; cf.Comm.,Ges 585 ", prop, wide, or complete, opening) ; — D'HIDN? I a 6 1 ', fig. of freeing f'r. dark prison; but © Che 1 "" read 01$, cf.Di-Kit. Tnp2 n.pr.m. usurping king of Israel,

  • («« (opening (1 of eyes), or cf. Syr. ~La£

flower; cf. n.pr.m. npa, ^npa, on old Isr. seals; in As. Pakaha (ace.) Schr COT2K15 - 30 ); — 2 K IS S.27.29.30.31.32.37 ie 1 - 6 !^ 1 2Ch 2 8°. trmpfi n.pr.m. king of Israel ( hath opened the eyes); — 2 K 1 ej n - nM t <t><,K€<rias t *«« iat. ypo

DT1D JpD (/of foil., mng.dub.; NH VP& split, sirring off ; cf. 3! Ithpe., Syr.'<*ja3 burst, crash; NH nyi?B is JaZZ, roll, JTpB Wtftfc, JPgMJ denom.; Ar. i£i is 6e yellow, also break wind, u. crack finger-joints, etc.; Ecclus 46 17 JJpB crash; Z J!j?S roZZ noisily ; Syr. ),vn9> crash, crack). tD^pf ' pi. carved wood or metal ornaments, either ball-, knob-shaped (Low p.saf.j or gourd-shaped (so most ; cf. foil.; Syr. U^az flowers [Lexx]);— i K 6 18 7 24 - 24 . Tni'jPQ n.[f.]pl. gourds {wild cucumbers, citrullus colocynthis, with purgative proper- ties, ace. toPost Ba " wDB,, - 250 De K1HWB278f - ©«oXo- Kwdis; >momordica (or ecballium) elaterium, which is not a vine; cf. Syr. J_i.oji3. fruit of colocynthis (or the similar cucumis propheta- rum), Low Lc - Brock) ;— cstr. rrfc' 'S 2K4 39 . "IB v. tb. I. N12 v. Hiph. Impf. *■*£ sub ms. II. K12 (/of foil.; Jen Co *" ,olll0 cp.Talm. KnB run; Ar. uS, *Tji wiW a*«, Horn" 3123 ; As. parti, mule (wild ass is purtmuj). t frO E a.m. Jb S9 ' 5 (m. et f. Je 2° but f. prob. erron., cf. K8«** w Albr 2 ^" 1 " 896 68 ) wild ass (prob. from swiftness); — 'B abs. Ho 8 9 + (so Je 2 M Gi ; van d. H. Baer rn.B), cstr. Gn 1 6 12 ; pi. CtOS Je 1 4" + ;—wild ass Je 14 6 Jb6 5 39 5 Is 3 2 14 f 104"; 'B y$ Jb 1 i n wild ass's colt; Off 1 Gn i6 12 (J) a wt'M ass of a man (Ishmael as a free nomad); fig. of wilfulness Ho 8 9 (v. I. T13); of lust Je2 24 (i.e. Israel's love of idolatry); of poor desert-dwellers Jb 24 s . TDNIBn.pr.m.Canaanitekingof Jarmuth Jos IO 3 , *€<8a>K, ©L 4>tSaii, A bipaayi. ntos v. mKB. -»sne v. hr»i t t :~ u t . j fl. [T"12] vb. divide (NH id., divide, separate; so Syr. in der. spec, and deiiv.; Ar. VS be single, sole, also (Dozy) unfold, unroll^ ; — Qal Pt. pass. fpl. nillB Ez 1" divided, i.e. spread, of wings. Niph. /'/. 3 pi. Vl"lM Gn IO « vns? 2 Si 23 ; Jay/.TJ|! Gn 2 10 Pr 19 4 , etc.; Imv. ms. KJ TJBil Gn 13 9 ; 7n/ crfr. TJBn tib u ; Pt.-i-^i Ju4"Pri8', Dn-IBJ Ne4 13 ;— 1. divide, separate (intrans.), Gn 2 10 (of river, dividing into branches) ; of one man separating from another, c. i>5» i 3 9 », D?» v » ( a ll J), from others, f>? Ju 4"; recipr. Gn 25 s3 (J ; of tons of Rebekah representing nations, c. ^5!?'? in constr. praegn. [Ges ,199,lr J, i.e. divided (hostile) from birth); abs. Pr 18 1 ; of peoples separating from (!») parent stock io"»(P). 2. be divided, separated, 2 S i 23 Ne 4 13 ; of loss of friendship Pr 1 9*. Pi. Impf. 3 ms. '"H?* Ho 4" make a separation, i. e. go apart (in company with [DV] harlots, cf. RS 8<ira - , - 436 ' 2 " ded - 455 ). Pn. Pt. divided, Dnsyn pa Tjtajn njED . . . D'J Est 3". Hiph. Pf 3 ms'. T")BTI Gn 30 40 ; Jingf. TTf" Ru i 17 Pr 18' 8 , 3 mpl. VTiBM 2 K 2"; Zn/. cstr. 8 f. Wisna Dt 32 s ; Pt. Tnso Pr 16 28 17 9 ;— 1. divide, separate Gn 30 40 (JE) Dt 32", of separ- ating friends Pr 1 6 28 1 7 . 2. make a division, separation, between (P?), 2 K 2" Ru I 17 ; of parting disputants (c. |"3)Tri8 18 . Hithp. Pf. 3 pi. rryflm ^22 13 ; /mp/vnajT 92 10 , m. Jb4 n 4i 9 ; — be divided, separated, from each other; of scales of crocodile (c. neg.) Jb4i 9 , of bones, = be loosened at the joint, fr 22 10 (fig. of helplessness); =be dispersed Jb 4" jr 92 10 . T [n"T)E] n.f. grain of seed (?) (prop., si vera L, the separated; cf. Syr. JjiS , J»£s ,Talm. NT"lB, pebble, berry);— only pi. TliTiB J i 17 . TNT^-iE n.pr.m. post-exil. name Ezr 2 M (*aSoup«), = N"H? Ne 7 57 (*<p«iSa j ©L as Ezr). II. *T)2 (/of foil.; cf. Syr. ?3 /«, flee away, so 3! der. spec; NH TIB — BH). t-pB n.m. 2S18 - 9 mule ;—'B abs. 2 Si8 9 «+, sf. iTIB if; p l. Dn-IB 1 K io 25 -!-; VQTfr Ezr 2 6C =Ne 7 6S (van d. H.; Gi Baer in marg.); — mule, ridden by princes 2 S 1 3 s9 , in battle 1 8 99 9 ; cf. (later, + horses, etc.) Zc 14 15 Is 66 2 "; royal gift 1 Kio 25 =2 Ch 9 24 ; royal property 1 Ki8 5 ; in trade of Tyre EZ27 14 ; beast of burden, Nt^P D'TIB TOS 2 K 5 17 the load of a pair of mules, of earth, 1 Ch 12 40 ; property of returning exiles Ezr 2 w ' = Ne 7 s8 ; as refractory ^ 32° (in sim.). T nT'B n.f. she-mule ; — 'a ridden by king

K i :B , T C str. ifcfn nrff v 38 - 44 . 

T D1")E n.[m.] preserve, park (loan-word from Zend pairi-daeza, enclosure, Spieg Haug in Ew J,hrbvl62r ', cf. Spieg^"**' 293 ; Peis. _jJU, pdlez Lag Ges ' ^"•"• 2 " ) Kurd.;>ar«N6 ZMG x " v ' (ls * ) - 182 ; hence Arm. partez Lag Arra - 8tud » 1S7S , late As. pardisu~Meissxi ZAyl - 2m ,Ar.J^j° / J;Gi.fTapddfuros; cf. also Dl F * 95ff - Di G " 48 ) ;— 'an Ne 2 8 (containing trees) ; cstr. D'itel pyj| Ct 4 13 (fruit-trees and costly plants); pl. W?T)S Ec 2 s ( + ni33). me

]W t [HIB] vb. bear fruit, be fruitful (NH = BH1,'H3:=BH; Ph. ns fruit ; Eth. LCI: &.£Xblossom,bear fruit; As. pir'u. posterity; cf. also£K?B,Syr. )i&fruit, andBa ZMG M -«■*•);_ Qal Pf. 3 pi. n| Ex i 7 ; r pi. consec. « , ")S ! l Gn 2 6", etc.; Imjf. 3 ms. rnB? Is 1 1 1 , etc.; Imv. ms. "OB G1135 11 , mpl. 1"1B i^ + ; P<. act. rn'3 Dt29'"', f. nn'a Ez 19 10 Is 17 6 , nrjla (Ges l8 °«; for *nni Lag BS81 ) Gn49 22,22 ; — 1. of men and animals, Ex23 30 (E)Gn26 22 (J); esp. + rm Je 3 16 23 3 Ez 36" Gn 35 11 i,f> (P), and flf (P) Gn 8 17 9 7 Ex 1 7 , 1"l ««j>"M W"fl TO Gn i Mffl 9'. 2. of vine, nj")B |B3 Is 3 2 12 fruitful vine, so ^I28 3 (sim. of wife); cf. (in fig. of Isr.) Ez 19 10 ; in Mess.predictionls 1 1 ' a shoot from his [Jesse's] roots shall bear fruit; c. ace. EW1 'B VTp fig., Dt 2 9 17 a root bearing gall (as its fruit) ; KPJ V"IB? Is 45 s is duh., read peril. 3 fs. ~ffl~l te earth 6e fruitful ia salvation (Oortal.); Pt. f., as subst., n»"l'ari the fruit-bearer, poet, for tree, Is 1 7 6 (cf. [TV?] 2); so rn'3 f3 Gn 49 s2 - 22 Joseph is son of a fruit-bearer, i. e. a fruitful bough. Hipli. 1 . cause to bear fruit, 2. make fruitful, subj. , c. ace. of man or people : 1. Pf. 3 ms. sf. ^lari Gn 4i 52 (E). 2. in P, 'TOBm Gn 1 f-*> (W-), + na-in Lv 26 9 (H); 7»ip/. 3 ms. juss. <"f}"j V> Q - Gn 2 8 3 , "ia»i f 105 2 *; Pt. ^n"3nni -fit© 'Mn Gn48 4 . 3. shewfruitfulness,bearfruit(Ges iac '

  • ■ ') : Impf. 3 ms. N^S? Ho 1 3 15 (as if from NIB).

•nS n.m. Ho14 ' 9 fruit;— abs.'a Ho 9 16 +, ■HB Je 1 2 12 + ; esp. cstr. TO Gn 4 s + ; sf. *TO Pr 8"i TfS Ho 14 9 , V-19 Gn 3 6 + , d?;i?' Ez 3 6 8 , DiTTO Am 9", DTO La 2 20 + , iDJ")3 ^ 2 1 n , jnnB Je 2 9 28 , |TO v 6 , etc.;— 1. nD"jNn ns Gn 4 3 (J), fruit of the ground, of produce in gen., so Dt 7 u + 9 t. Dt + 3 t.; YW) ' s Nu i3 20M - 27 (JE) + 5 t., cf. Ez 25 4 ; fruit of vineyard 2 K i9 29 = Is 37 30 , Zc 8' 2 Is 65 21 Ct8 1112 , in fig. Ho io ]1 + 5 t. + Ez 17 14 (but del. ® Co al.); esp. fl"" 'B Gn 3 2 - 36 Ex 10" (all J) + 21 t., also, in fig., Am 2» Ho 9 16 4- 4 t. + Ez 1 7 21 (read fntfB branches Co al.); of gardens Am 9'* Je 29 s28 , fig. Ct4 1216 ; "IB ft is fruit-tree Gn 1" 1/, 148 9 , cf. Ec 2'; TO p« ^ I0 7 3 *; nsnn to v 37 /™^ / (consisting in) a crop; >//■ 72 16 is dub.; Che Du interpr. as 2 ; Bae prop. TO}. 2. = off- spring : fruit of womb (i9~0 Gn 30 2 Dt 7 13 + 9 t., cf. La2 20 ^2i"; of cattle (nona) Dt28 4US1 30'; of serpent, fig. of power conquering Philis- tia Is 14 29 . 3. fig. of fruit of actions, i.e. their consequences : good Is 3" ^ 58 12 ; bad Hoio' 3 Pn" Mi 7", of thoughts Je6 19 ; of result of removing sin Is 2 7 9 ; result of labour (fruit of hands) Pr3i' 6 - 31 ; product of works of '» ^104", of wisdom Pr 8 19 ; H^Vf 'B Am6 1! , cf. PTI 'B Pr 1 ^(rd. p-lif ©HiToy); of doings (i.e. course of life, or character) Je I7 10 2i 14 32 19 ; ^N-B 'B i.e. speech Pr 12 14 13 2 18 20 ; fruit of arrogance Is io 12 is arrogant speech ; fruit of tongue Pr i8 21 = consequences of speech. , 11. me v. in. ms. ms v. *■#. T T [iTlS], /THE Is 2 20 v. [.T)B-,an] r . 344 . tn~jQn.pr.rn. Ju7 10U , *a P a. t Q~1")E n.pr.loc. 'B anj 2 Ch 3", *apouai/n; in Arabia? Sprenger AUo0<!0erAr Mf - identif.with Farwa in Yemen, Gl 81 """ 1 - 347 (less prob.) with Sdk el Farwain in Yemama (Nejd). T[~fPE] n. [m.] structure (colonnade?) attached to W. side of Solomon's temple ; pi. D ,_ !T1B 2 K 23"; appar. same word in sg. "13"19 iCh26 18 - 18 (all c. art.) (Thes cp. Pers. Jffi open kiosk, summer-house (lit. light-bearer), whence perhaps 'b as loan-word, cf. Mishn. "nTO, 1«J">B, % N"11J"1B sw6«r6(made up oivillas, sumnier-houseslhes); '& then post-ex. insertion in 2 K 23"; cf. further Dr in Hastings DB ). t [n§ or hr*] n. [m.] s Hb 3 14 , text and meaning dub.; warriors (583!) or leaders (© Swao-Toiv, cf. © Thes We) would suit context. T"12 (A>f foil.; cf. Ar. jti remove, separate, jli depressed ground between hills; NH l" 1 !?!" extend border, exceed limit; TVIB = BH *f<Ei.

[nt">E] n.f. open region, hamlet ; — only 

pi. DirjB : 'B H? Ez 38 11 a land of hamlets (opp. nn'in ( etc.); B?"fr*} 3B*ri 'B Zc 2 8 as open regions shall Jerusalem sit (3#J 4); In **JJ? Est9 19 (opp. |OTB> v 18 ); perh. Ju 5 7 ('s for |in,B, c f. ©SGFM). T*T"lE n. [m.] bamlet-dweller ; — coll. c. art. 'sn Ss'a i S6 18 (opp.isao t^), 'an ny Dt3 s (opp. 'lJi rioin nnsa nnv); pi. D'HBn Est 9 19 Qr (Kt D'man). tpnj) n.[m.] dub.; 'b Jus 7 ; sf.WtTB v 11 (Lag BN119 ), poss. coll. rural population, rustics, Bachm Bu (the latter as gen. obj. after "lp"JS righteous acts to the peasants); > ® Thes Be leaders and leadership (cf. [H a ])j t ex * ver y uncertain ; on v 7 see [^n 3 ] su P r ins 8 27 ""J") 5 adj.gent. Perizzite (poss., but not certainly, connected with above V) ; — only 'BH as n.pr.coll. 6 (oi) *€^e£ruo? (-aioi), of ancient inhab.ofCanaan.+ ^IO [q.v.] Gni3 7 34»°(J), Ju i 4 ' 5 ; also in list of peoples dispossessed by Israel Gn 15 20 Ex 3"+ 17 t. f I. n~)2 vb. bud, sprout, shoot (N II Hiph. =BH Hiph. 2 ; Ecclus ma Qal=flourish, Hiph. cuusat.,49 ul 40 19 ; Ar. ^^i 11. hatch, also sprout, ~-js young of bird (v. O^BK infr.), twig, sprout; As. pirhu, n.sjrrout; — on mng. cf. GFM jBL*(»i).t7)._Q al pf 3 mg / fi Ezv I0 +, etc.; /mp/ 3 ms. rns< Hoi4 6 +, 3 fpl. "jnnan is 66", etc.; Inf.abs. D^ 3 35 2 ; cstr. nnas ^92"; /^.f.nrn'BGi^o 10 ; — bud, sprout, send out shoots, of vine Gn 40 10 (E), Ho 14 9 (sim.), Ct 6" 7"; fig-tree Hb 3 17 (<® We Now rnBPI); rods Nu j ^50.23. me t a ph. of restored Isr. Ho 14 6 Is 27 s , cf. of bones Is 66" (N'fp); of righteous + •J2 7 DID

13 Prn 28 ; of wicked (3a>5? 103, + 92 *; also 

of steppe (nfijj) i s 35 l , man rns v 2 ; fig. of judgment Ho io 4 (B^NIS ; but on text v. Now); of Jint (q.v. p. 268) Ez 7 10 . Hiph. Pf. 1 s. Mnrnan Ezi7 24 ; Imp/, rns: Jbi 4 9 , etc.;— 1. cause to bud or sprout, c. ace. J*5? Ez 1 7" 4 , VI) Is 17", both fig. 2. sliew buds, sprouts, of tree Jbi4 9 ; fig. of righteous ^9 2 14 ; =: flourish, of D'-lB" bnk, Pr 14 11 (all Qal in — ace. to TJZMG 11111(1889), 180l tpHQ n.m. N "' 4 bud, sprout ;— abs. 'a Is I 8 S + , ma Ex 25 M 3 7 ,9 ; cstr. rns Na i 4 + ; sf. am? Nu 8 4 , Dma i s 5*. p i. s f. mnu Ex

5 3, + ;—bud, Is 5 24 , of vine 18 5 (both 'fig.), 

Nu 17 23 ; !toi> 'a Na 1 4 <fo sprout of Lebanon (i. s. of its cedars) ; of bud-shaped ornament in temple I K f° (fWB> 'B) v 40 =2Ch4 5 (nSPitf 'B) v 21 ; in tabern. Ex 2 s 31 - 33 - 33 - 54 3 <jVJ»At.» jj u 8 4_ tnrnQ n.m. coll. brood (? as of shoot, offspring}; — 'a Jb30 12 , i.e. the wretched crowd. t [n^ps] n.m. JbS9 ' 30 young one, pi. young ones, young, of birds (Eth. XfCJiT: id.); — D<rnBKDt2 2 6 - 6 ; sf.inia^ Jb 3 9 30 , rcnias ^g4 4 . f II. MjS vb. break out, of leprosy and like eruptions (in P) (usu. taken as=I. 'a, but dub. ; NH id., also decay, ferment Vogelst L.nd-irth5ch.rtm. g yr> ^ spread, of leprosy, etc.; NS. jfcC*6i£ leprous spots); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'B Lv 13™ (of pna), 'B1 consec. 14 43 (of I»3); of Djns, 3 f s . nrrvj i 3 :o "- 5 , also Impf. 3 h. + Inf. abs. man nhsV 2 , and Pt. f. nrn'a v 42 ; of pntf Pt.m. Pn> ExV 10 . fill. [ri"lD] vb. fly, Aramaism, si vera 1. (Nil id., esp.fly away; Aram. mB, vl&fly; )ki~Ia insect, bird);— Qal Pt. fpl. rfirna? Ez I3 20 ' 20 /o»" ('ike 1) flying things, i. e. birds, but del. © © Hi Siegf in v* (where prob. ins. from v b ); Co Toy Berthol Krae in v* b . TnVIE n.pr.m. in Issachar i K 4 17 , © QovaiTovH, A <bappov, ©L Bup<raoi>x. t[DH2] vb. very dub., Qal Pt. pi. Van «r^J D't?-]3n Am 6 5 (N H 6rea£ o#", divide, so* Syr. ^b; NH nana, Aram. KOna, small coin, change, hence) AW RaAEKi divide words into parts (in singing), AV chant; and Thes scatter (cf. B^B) empty words ; poss. also would be stammer (of broken speech ; said contemptu- ously): — (Ar. A^i is precede, act hastily, IV. act extravagantly, talk immoderately (v. further Dr Am236 ), hence) AW (as altera.) improvise carelessly, idly. tt2~!2 n.[m.] the broken off, i.e. fallen grapes; — cstr. ^O"!? 'B Lv 19 10 . "PS v. IT*. I. "P3 (7of foil.; NH T]1S rub, chafe, crumble ; As. pardku, display violence ; Ar. ells rub and press, also hate violently; Aram. ^H?, yls rub, crumble). T^p.3 n.[m.] harshness, severity; — in phr. 'S3 Lv 2 5 53 , *$$ v 4346 (H P), Ez 34 4 (all c. rm rule harshly); Ex I 13 (c. "3$n), v' 4 (c. rrtb^j both P). II. "™T™ 13 (/of foil.; cf. As. pardku, bar, shut off; parakku, apartment, shrine; Syr. Jits shrine (v. PS'™ 113 - 283 ); v. also Muss- Arnolt JBL, " (18il2) ' 77 Kb" 1 - 201 ). n3"^Q 2B n.f. curtain, before Most Holy Place, in tabern. (P) (prop, that which habitually shuts off, i.e. *parrdku (Lag™ 88 ) Ko"- 1 ' 20 ');— 'a abs. Ex 26 31 + 1 7 t. P; cstr. ^Den 'B Ex 35" 39 s4 40 s1 Nu4 5 , &$n 'B Lv4 6 , A nVi!;n 'a 24 3 ; in temple 2 Ch 3 14 . f [D )S] vb. tear, rend garment (NH = BH ; Ar. ~~ji chop up onions, etc. (Landberg

  • "•«»>); Syr. yls, cut, rend) ;— always c. QHJ3 j wxascno

HS Qal Impf. 3 ms. tty Lv 2 1 10 (H), 2 mpl. ttnsn io«(P); Pt. pass. pi. COiS i 3 « (P). t t^rHTQ^E n.pr.m. son of Haman Est o 9 , Mappa<nii(i>)a. TTplE n.pr.m. of Zebulun Nu 34", &ap(a)va)(. D"^D n.pr.terr. Persia, n* pa<o» (genit.), Dn 1 1 2 t.v ntpoLSi (© et e), 2 Ch 36 s0 m^Swk (OPers. Pdrsa, Persian, Persia, Spieg AFK2:il , NPere.^tJ, Jfi; Ar. J-,U);— 'a 2Ch 3 6 22 +, DTB v»+ ;— in lute lit., 2 Ch 36 20 , v*""»=Ezr 1 112 , Dn 1 o 1 + 1 1 1. Ezr Dn + (c.HO) Est I 3 "-' 919 io 2 Dn 8 20 ; 'a Ez 27 10 38 s is doubted by Toy (who, 2 7 10 , rds. 55*13, after Gr), but Krae defends. Mp~]S a dj. gent. Persian; — 'an Ne 12 23 . t [D"1S, erron. t£H2 N6 ZA1417 ] vb. break in two, divide (NH in der. forms ; As. pardsu, divide, hinder; Ar. J1j break neck, etc.; Syr. UiS hoof, $ KPOTJ (v. HOn? infr.); cf. No ZAI - '"');— Qal Pf. 3 pi. *HM Mi 3* they have broken up bones, as in kettle (? rd. Impf. 'BHBJ1 N6 lc ); Inf.abs.T^b 35n^> O^B ls^8'a breaking for the hungry thy bread, so Impf. 3 mpl. 'D"|B? DH^i Jc i6 7 (Dr6om.; hut read !?3N-^K Dr6 'V Gie, cf. [in part] @ 93 Gf ); Pi. Dr6 fena La 4 4 (ace. Dr6 om.). Hiph. Pf 3 fs. npnan Lv 1 1 6 , etc.; Impf 3 ms. DnST v 5 ; Pt. DnDO v 4 + , riD-iBO v :, + , etc.; — 1. c. ace. fip")3 divide hoof i.e. have divided hoof (>denom. have hoofs), Dt 1 4 6 - 78 and || Lv n*****, so also Lv 1 1 26 ; "DnBD 'Bn Dti4'='sn "D-iBO Lvn 4 (H). 2. pt. abs. denom. >r 6a :<: having hoofs ( + HP!?). ID"lD n.[m.] a bird of prey, perh. bearded vulture (gypaetus barbalus),' ossifrage ' (Tristr xhb in , ffp n . from <ea „- w? ; ts prey ) j_f rbidden as food Dt i 4 12 =Lv n 13 (H). nD~|E n.f. hoof rprob. orig. divided hoof; cf. m*"<m>.*B f ] a ter of any hoof (v. 2 infr.), even Aram, of foot-sole of dove 3; " kGl ' 8 .» ( an d ofmen(Je47 3 + ),cf.No , - c );— 'Babs.Exio 26 +; pi. r()0-B Dt 14 6 Lvn 5 ; cstr. id. 18 5™ + ; sf. TO'Dia Mi 4 13 , jrpp-ia Zc 1 i' 6 ;— 1. of ruminants Ex io 26 (E; meton. for animal itself), Mi 4 13 (fig. of Zion), Ez32 13 Zc 11' 6 (fig.); esp. VDp 'D (<Ff) Dti4 6 =Lvn s , Lvii 7 , and c. DIB Hiph. (q.v.) v 3 + 10 t. Lv 1 1 Dt 14. 2. of horses (not divided) Is 5 28 Ez 2 6 " ( so X @), Je 4 7 3 . I. JHS (-/of foil.; cf. perh. Ar. c^ fttfar- <op, fig. excel; cj noble, eminent man; Sab. JHB 6e Zo/ty Os ZMGxl " (,86r,, " 8f -, JTB %/«««< ^art SabDenkm 90 , fig. best, DrlM 1 "- 32 '- CIS"- No - 2 - U3 , esp. of offering DHM ZMG """< ,8SS »' M1 »- (cf. Ar. Jjjj firstling offered to gods)}. . 3HS n.[m.] leader (?);— pi. abs. 5PB3 DijTlB Ju 5 2 /or the leading of the leaders (® A Be Bu al, but uncertain ; ® B Symm, cf. We I,ruJad - s "**" 1 " Mm -™&., for the loosing of locks [11. VIS], in vow of war ; on these and other views v. esp. GF.M * d loc - ; conj. also by Lambert Bftj ""• H0 Grimme ZMO1<1896> - 5 ' 2 Che j<i - Ju * 18 "- 561 [reading 1313]); cstr. S.'.iK niyia tHhQ Dt 32" from the liead of leaders of the foe ©DiSteuern al.; Kn Ke Dr al. from tlie long-haired heads of the foe. T [j*"^] VD - denom. act as leader, lead (1); — only Inf. cstr. 5pB3 Ju 5 2 , v. supr. tjiPjnQ n.pr.loc. in Ephr. (? s height; cf. Sab. n.pr. JHBiT he makes lofty Os ,c ); — Ju I2 15 , <bapa8a>p, A@L 4>paa6mu; perh. mod. Far'atd, c. 6 miles WSW. from Nablus, cf. Buhl (Jeogr. -in, (GASi

prop, top of Wady Farah 

NE. from Nablus). t S T

V") B adj .gent, of foregoing, Ju 1 2 1315 , 

1 Ch 27 14 cf.' "?hjra 2 S 23™= 1 Ch 1 1 31 . II- ^H2 ("/of foil.; cf. Syr. -^iS sprout; ks.pir'u, sprout, progeny, pirlu, hair of head; late Ar. c^S sprout (Schroeter in Me Apchlr ■'• 17, Dozy" 266 ), gj long hair of woman ; — on this and foil. V v. Schulthess H<>^, • WurI • ,,6 No zl^a " , (1900). 1M fn. JHE n.[m.] long hair of head, looks; — 'B abs. EZ44 20 ; cstr. WUh nyb" 'B Nu6 5 (P).— Ju 5 2 Dt32 42 , v. iJlS. fill. ^"13 vb. let go, let alone (NH id. unbind (hair), uncover; Ar. foibe empty, vacant, unoccupied(c. ^ rei), Syr. -^Is uncover ; X JHB = NH);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. JH31 Nu5 18 ; sf. njna (Ges S7b ' c ) Ex 3 2 25 ; Impf. 3 ms. Vffl Lv 2 1'°, etc. ; Imv. ms. sf. Wjna Pr4 15 ; Inf. cstr. JjiB Ju 5 2 ; Pt. act. $nia Pr 13 1 ' 8 15 32 ; pass. 5»1B Lv 1 3 4i , y^B Ez 3 2 2i ; — 1 . 7,£< jro, let loose, people, i.e. remove restraint from them, Ex 32 s - 25 (E); cf. Jb 15 4 Che , «- Ju,I,M7 ' 677 (SHBri for JH3J?); unbind head (by removing turban, sign of mourning) Lv io 6 21 10 (forbidden to priests); nsrfl

p8 also 13 45 (leper), Nu 5 18 (woman; all c. C^n ; v.Now Arch - 11114 ; >denom.from SHB Gerber 18 al.). 2. to aZone=:avoid Pr4 15 ; =neglect i 25 8 :0 13" 15 31 ; abs. = refrain Ez 24 1 '. — Ju 5 2 v. 1. JHB. Miph. Impf. 3 ms. DV JH£? Pr 29 ls </i« people is let loose, lucks restraint. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. JPSn 2 Ch 28"; 7m;;/ 2 mpl. WT^? Ex 5 4 ;— 1. cause people to refrain, I'K'J!'?'? Ex 5 4 . 2. s/t«w lack of restraint 2 Ch 28". njHB n.m. Pharaoh, *apna>, title of Egyptian kings (Egypt, jrr-o, great house, of royal court, and (in new kingdom) of king Griffith H, " ,l " e5DB Mey (!e ' ch - A "- 1 - 8 ' Steir.d BAS1 - 343 ; in As. pir'u ace. to most, cf. COT C|OM ' Steind'% butv.Wkl MVAG - 1898 - 3f ); — 'sGni2 15 - 15 - ,5 - ,r +2i2t. Hex (mostly JE, rarely DP), 1 S 2 27 6 6 1 K 3 11 + i9t.K,Isi9 lln +3t.,Je25 ,9 +iot.,Ezi7 17 + I2t., NeQ 10 iCh4 19 2Ch8 u ^135' 136 15 Cti 9 ;+D:i> , »^»(i 10 tearly)Je25 19 46 17 Dt7 8 ii 3 Ez29 5:, 30 2, - 22 '3i 2 iK3 1 9 16 n ,8 2Ki7 7 i8 21 = : Is 3 6 B ,Gn4i ,6 (E),Ex6 1M3 - 27 - ;B i4 8 (allP);c.n.pr. jnan 'b j e 44 30 , nbi 'a 4 6 2 2 K zf 9 - 33 ^". fi. U?y)Q n.m. flea (As. pursu'4, parSii'ti; on transp. of, v. Horn AuAI ' 21 );— fig. of insig- nificance 1 S 24 15 ; 26 20 •'B'SJ (S) Th We Dr al. fll. tT>JHD n.pr.jn. *opos, *<ip«, etc. (flea; cf. Gray Pr01>;N - 94 );— 1. head of post-ex. family Ezr2 3 =Ne7 8 , Ezr 8 3 io 25 Ne 3*. 2. Ne io' T^SIQ n.pr.flum. near Damascus 2 K 5 12 , ()4>apcfiap ; A <Paf><papa ; perh. mod. 'Awaj, S. of Damascus Eob BE,i,M7r -. fl- T"I2 vb. break through (NH id.; JAram. Pf id.} perh. As. pardsu (v. D1 HWB ); Ar. Ja'j cut, slit, also /«'«); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. pa 2S 5 ,, + ; 2 ms. sf. UniPB ^,6o 3 , etc.; Jmp/. 3 ms. pf! Ex 1 12 1 9 21 , "HP v 24 , pS»1 Gn 30 30 + , etc.; Inf. abs. pB Is 5 5 ; cstr. pB 2CI131 5 , pi? Ec 3 3 ; PC. ac<. p> Mi 2 13 Ec io 8 ; pass. fs. nxvia 2 Ch 32 s Pr 2S 28 ; mpl. D^B Ne 4 1 , + Dn D'XVlB 2 ' 3 Qr ( > Kt D'Vliann) ;— break through : 1. break or 6ttr«< om<, from womb Gn 38 29 (J; c. ace. cogn.); from enclosure Mi 2 13 . 2. break through, denvn (from without), c. ace. "nj Is 5 s ^ 8o 13 89 41 Ec io 8 ; ncrin Ne 3 s5 2 Ch 26"' cf. pt. pass. Ne 2 13 2 Ch 32 s ; c. HDina — make a breachin 2Ki 4 13 =2Ch2 5 23 ; nsnai^Przs 28 ; abs.,opp.n;3Ec3 3 ; pan Mi2 13 ; Dorian Ne4> the part broken down. 3. break into, c. ace.

  • JV3 2 Ch 24 7 . 4. 6?-ea& opera, a mining

shaft Jb 28 4 . 5. break up, break in pieces, c. ace. T'S'S?!? 2 Ch 20 37 (|| ntoX TOjftt). 6. trai/c out (violently) upon, of '< in sudden judg- ment, c. ace. pers. 2 S 5 M = 1 Ch i4",^6o 3 ; c. 3 pers.Ex ig 58 - 24 ^), iCh 15' 3 , so of plague ^ioe 29 ; of c. ace. cogn. Pf -f 3 pers. 2 S 6 8 = 1 Ch 1 3"; c. ace. cogn.+ sf. Jb 16 14 . 7. tise violence, abs. Ho 4 2 . 8. break over [limits], increase,

  • fy pB?! Gnso 30 ^), iCh4 38 ; + n loc.Gn28 14

(J) ; abs. 30 43 (J), Ex i 12 ( J; + rrfl), Ho 4 10 L554 3 , P¥? P 3 Jb I 10 . 9. burst open, intrans., of wine-vats Pr 3 10 (c. ace. mat. C^iTri). 10. spread, i.e. become known, of "O'jn 2 Ch 31 5 . —

Ch 1 3 2 is prob. corrupt, v. Kau, who (after SS) 

conj. nS"l££. ; 'a in 2 Ch 1 1 28 is appar. distribute (c. ft? partit.), but dubious. — iS 28 23 2S13 2527

K 5 s3 v. -iVB. Niph. i><. p?3 fun pt< 1 S 3 1 

no vision spread abroad (i.e. general, or fre- quent, cf. Qal XO ; || "lg rvn " "m), but text dubious. Fn. Pi!, f. nrVat? Ne i 3 (of wall). Hithp. Pt. pi. D'S-jSnsn 1 S 25 10 slaves who break avmy, each from ('JBl?) his master. < ■fl. y~ n.m. Jb30 ' H bursting forth, breaoh; abs. '3 Ju 2 1 ,5 + , P.B Gn 38 s9 + ; cstr. p.B 2 S 5 20 +; pi. D , SlBAm 4 3 -|-,rii2nB Ezi 3 5 , sf.fnT) 3 Am9 u (n ,, ;nBWeNow); — X.bursting forth, out- burst, of water 2 S 5 S0 = 1 Ch 1 4"; fr. womb Gn 38 :9 (J). 2. breach in wall Am^i K 1 i^Nee 1 ^i44 14 , Jb30 14 ; so (c."H3, i.e. repair) Am9 u Is 58 12 ; fig. of effort to avert calamity, nis^S? nbv Ez 13 5 (|| TU), p.B3 npy 2 2 30 (|| id.), cf. f 106 23 ' by instruction and (esp.) intercession. 3. broken wall, ?Bi 'a IS30' 3 . 4. fig. of outburst of '^'s wrath, ace. cogn. c. pB 2 S 6"= 1 Ch 13 11 , Jb 16 14 (pa-'JB-by pa); 3 'a nb-y Ju 21 15 . < fn. y~lE n.pr. 1. m. son of Judah and Tamar, *ap«;— 'a Gn46 12 -(- , p.B 3 8 29 -f- 3 t.;— Gn 3s 29 46 1212 Nu 26 2021 Eu 4 ,2 • ,8 ■ ,8 1 Ch 2 4 V 9 4 2 7 3 Ne 1 1 4 - 6 . 2. loc. in a. i"W 'a near Jerus. 2S6 8 =2Chi 3 n . b. D , r T B^is28 21 , perh.= '3 J*© q.v. p. 128.— Cf. pa Jb"l. t^jn'g adj. gent, of 11. p.B 1, c . art. as n.coll. Nu 26 20 . TyiD n.m. violent one (robber, mur- derer);— eh 110 'a Ez 18 10 ; 'a nimx ^if; pi. D'ipa Ez 7", D'VIB niVD Je 7";' 'cstr. 'J? •qey n-na Dn 1 1 14 ; of wild beast,ni>n p-is is 35 9. II. Y |2 (v of foil.; cf. Ar. ^Jj,^l notch, make mark by notching; iSiji gap by which boats ascend, unload, or are stationed ; Ji>'j* mouth of river or inlet). pee t[^1D?p] n.[m.] landing-place: — ^ fttfl vxibo ju 5" (cf. GFM). t [p~13] vb. tear apart, away (NTH remove (load, etc.), Pi. separate, take to pieces; Ar. {jy> split, divide; % plB esp. redeem, rescue; Syr. jiiS withdraw (intrans.), also remove, rescue; Eth. <U+: set free);— Qal Pf. 2 ms. j?plB1 Gn 27 40 ; 7m;>/. 3 ms. sf. Wffi ^ 136 24 ; i'<. act. plB La 5 s ^ 7 3 tear away yoke from off (???) neck Gn 27 J0 (J); snatch from (JO) foes, — rescue (Aram.)La5 8 |'i36 24 ;soab8.il/7 3 (prefixingpX('l), © © Che Du We), > Hup Bae al. snatch away as prey. Pi. Impf. 3 ms. plB? Zen 16 Ae shall tear off their hoofs ; Imv. mpl. *p"]JJ Ex 32 s (E) <ear o^Tthe golden ear-rings ; Pt. plBB 1 K 19" a great wind rending mts. (|| 13^??). Hithp. <e«r q^" (for, i.e. from, oneself Ges S64f ); Impf.

mpl. Van?. Ex 32 s (E), c. ace. 3n;n "ctrns ; 

/m». mpl. 1p"}3nn v 24 (E ; obj. om.) ; pass, be broken off, Pf. 3 pi. 'pISH'? Ez 19 12 (branches). Tp^5 n.[m.] 1. parting of ways, Ob". 2. plunder (as snatched away), Na 3 1 . t [plE] n.[m.] fragment;— cstr. otyf p!3 Is 65 4 Kt, but read pi?, v. pl». t [rip^DD] n.f. neck (dividing head from body);— sf. Wp!3D -OE>rn 1 S 4 18 .

1. ["1^2] vb- Hiph. break, frustrate 

(NH Pi. crumble; J Aram. 11? ; As. pardru, destroy; 11. shatter; Lihy. IIBfll destroy, DHM Epl B r.D," n km...V„.21,7^._py' 3 m g. IBf! I S 33" + , Ijp - Gn 17" Nu 15"; also metaplastic form "Wl Ezi7 I9 f 33 10 (Ges S67 "); 2 ms. nriiBm 2 S 1 5 34 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms.l?; Nu 30" + ,1B>1 Ne 4', etc.; also 1 s. I'BK ^ 89" (Ges ,,c ); 7wm>. ms. ibh 2 Ch 16 3 f 85 s , n-)£n 1 K 15 19 ; Inf. abs. i?n Pr 1 5 22 + ; cstr. 1Br6 2 S 1 7 14 4- , I'Bn!* Zc 1 1 I0 , 8 f. B3-]Dni> Lv26 15 (Ges* e7dd ); P<. i?b I s 44 2 > Jb 5 12 ; — 1- break, violate, esp. c. ace. IYH3 • a. of '< Ju 2 1 Je 14 2 ' Lv 26 44 Zc 1 1 10 . b. of men violating covenant with '» Je 1 1 10 31 32 Dt 31 16 ' 20 Lv 2 6 ,5 Ez 44 7 Gn 17 14 Is 24 s , cf. Jo^- <*• of men breaking compact, league (with men), Is 33 8 1 K i5' 9 =2 Ch 16 3 , Ez iy«w«-»». d. of destroying the njnx between Judah and Israel Zc 1 i M . e. of breaking Vs njSD Nu i5 3 'Ezr9 14 , rnin ^ 1 1 9 126 . 2 . frustrate, make ineffectual : a. counsel (HSJJ) 2S15 34 i7 14 Ezr4 5 ; '< subj. Ne4 9 ^33 10 ; of man frustrating '^'s counsel Is 14", so, c. ace. tSEK'T? Jb 40 8 ; c. ace. rfaBTlD

"ID in gen., of men Pr 1 s 22 , '» subj. Jb 5 12 , so, c. ace. Dinx Is 44 2 b. make vow (113) ineffectual, annul it Ne 30 914 (opp. D'pO), v 13 , also (Impf. + Inf. abs.) v 1316 . c. of annulling (godly) fear Jb 15 4 ; iE>l» I'BK i6 ^Dn ,/, 89 M id. prob.T'DK 01 Che Bae al.; ^Dys TBH 85-* (rd.lDn ©BiChe). d. njtaSii IBrn Ec i 2 5 is dub. : De Wild al. fails (to excite [?<1BJ11 Hoph. is made ineffec- tual]); Ew bursts (Siegf 1BJ11); but caper-berry not dehiscent (Post F '° raors " ;;i06ff - M'Lean-Dyer Kncy.Blb.6M). p ogt Letter. July », 1901 fo^fo up ( by shrivelling), fig. of failing sexual power; Aq from ms bear fruit (cf. GFM JBLx(,89,) - 00 ); Perles Ami. so rnbril. Hoph. Impf. 1. be frustrated, 3 fs. lani Is 8'° (of HSV). 2. be broken, of covenant, 3 fs. 13PI Je33 21 ; 1BR1 Zc ii n ; so Is 28' 3 (read "IBTO for 1331 , v. '3). ' Pilp. Impf. 3 ms. sf. ^IB"!?! 1 - Jb 16 12 he hath shattered me. ill. H"13] vb. split, divide (so f 74" seems to require [but v"WB SS is possible], cf. Ar.jiS split, tear, rend; perh. = I. ; >Buhl Ul ' shake, quake, citing Ar. "Ji!I shake, Aram. 131BJ1N, ^33, cf. NH 1B1?); — Qal Inf. abs. -fHithpo'. Pf. 3 fs. H? "IT 31 ? 1 ? ni|S Is24 19 split or cracked ihrow./h is the earth (Che HebHpt - npisnn pus). Poel P/. 2 ms. niiis ^74" <7to« ['i] c?tV/si divide the sea. III.")")S(yoffoll.;cf.NHia,niS=BH; Ar. !Jj young of ewe, cow, or goat ; Syr. JL^a ewe (cf. No ZMOxl(1886) ' 734 ), and so As. parru, ace. to Jen andZim^" 1 - 202 ). "13 n.m. Gn32,16 young bull, steer; — abs. - 132 'a Nu 7 l5 + , is + 50 9 , alw. isn 1 S i 25 + ; cstr. n«En(n) ns Ex29 :t6 +; pi. D , 1B Gn32 ,6 + ; sf. nns Je 50 27 ; — steer [v. esp.1p T 3"|3 13 Lv4 3 + 6 t.; '3"'3 im 'B Ex 29'+ 12 t. Nu 7, cf. 8 s ; ins '3"'3 'B Nu i5 24 + 3t., cf. Ez4 3 23 45 ls 46 6 ; pi. b-'JS an3 Nu 28 11 + 4 t.; v. |3, Ip3] : 1. as gift Gn 32 16 (E); fig. of fierce enemies jr 22 13 . 2. elsewh. as sacrificial victims : a. in peace- offeiing Ex 24 s (E; Covenant Code), 1 S i 24 (rd. 13 for DT| © <S Th We Dr al.), v 25 Nu 7" (P), 2 Ch 30 2424 . T b. burnt-offering Ju 6 2525 (on text cf. GFM), v 26 - 28 1 K I 8 23 - 23 - 23 - 25 - 26 - 33 ; Ez 43 23 + 5 1- Ez, Nu 7 15 - 21 -f- 46 t. Nu (P), 1 Ch i 5 M 29 21 Ezr8 3i Jb 4 2 8 + 50 9 51 21 ; Lv 23 19 (gloss, Dr-Wh). c. sin-offering Ez 43 19 + 5 1. Ez, Ex 20 i-3..o.io.n.i 2 .io. cf. 2 Ch 13 9 2 9 21 , Lv4 3 - 4 - 4 - 4 + 25 t. Lv(P), Nu 8 8 ; — both b. and c. Nu 8 12 . d. more gen. Is 1" yp- 69 s2 . e. fig. yDBB* CI? Ho 1 4 3 we will pay (as with) bullocks, our lips, but read 'IB © We mo

chs Now, cf. Che. f. of princes and warriors slain by under fig. of sacrifice Is 34 7 Je 50 27 Ez 39 18 . . i~PE n.f. heifer, cow; — abs/B Is 11' + ; tt 26 sf. irns jb 2i'°; P l. nna Gn32 lf ' + , rn? 41 26 ; cstr. JlilB Am 4 1 ;- — as gift Gn32 16 ; in Pharaoh's dream 4i 23 - 3 -f 8 t. 41; drawing cart I S 6' 1214 + ni?y 'S v 7 " 1 cows giving suck, milch cows; 'B calving Jb 21 10 , grazing Is 1 1 7 ; nsiK 'B red heifer Nu 19 2 , cf. v 56 ' 10 ; sim. of stubbornness H04 16 ; J£/3nni"iaAni4 1 ,fig.ofluxuriouswomen. fit. mS n.pr.loc. in Benj., 'an Jos 18 23 , Qapa, A(j)pa. tli^™12 vb. spread out, spread (NH id.; Ar. (J^5; % DIB (rare), Syr. jojia; cf. As. parasu,fly (der. spec; prop, spread [wings]); v. also No ZA " 7 );— Qal Pf 3 ms. 'a La i 10 + ; 2 ms. PEHD1 Jb 11 13 II u 3 9 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. fehtf Dt 32" + ; 3 fs. fcNwpi 2 S 17", etc.; P<. «rt.fcn*Pra9*et<j.; pass. r 1 ? J°a 2 ; fs.~'fna Ho 5 1 ; pl. rm-}Q 1 K 8 54 ;— 1. spread out a gar- ment (nbtib) JU8 23 , + •$»? pers. Dt 22 17 ;— wings 32"" i K 6 27 (rd. DITB33 © StaKmpKit Benz), + ^5? Je 49 22 (fig.), + 15K 48 40 1 K 8 7 = 2 Ch 5 8 (^y), + i>Jb39 26 , nbyn!)Ex2 5 20 37 9 ; wings om. 1 Ch 28 ls and perhaps 2CI1 3 13 (del. "B33 Be); of ' YTK vbv 'S Jb 36 30 ; spread om< writing, V.?!> pers. 2 Ki9"=Is37 14 ,Ez2 10 ; sail Is 33 s3 ; fishing- net, JT1D3D Is 19 s (^y loc); net (fish) as snare, fig. Ho 5' 1 (?V loc), f 140 6 , "^ La 1", c. by P ers.Ho7 ,2 (of^),E ZI 2 13 =i7 20 ,'i9 8 32 3 ,Vl?V?"^ Pr29 3 ; D^3'ainprayer, + ^Ex9 29:a (J), iIC 8 W =2 Ch6 M , Ezr 9 5 Jb 1 1 13 , + b f 44 2 + D ^?

K 8^=2 Ch 6 13 (no^g'n), 1 K 8 M , no com- 

plem. 2 Ch 6 12 ; of almsgiving, "?$ "*"$ "H Pr 31 20 ; II 'B, c. ?y rei, Lai 10 of enemy's greed (si vera L, v. Bu); spread out as display i^MI nS.N BHD^ Pr 13 16 . 2. spread covering over

S 1 7 19 (ijDD + "Jf^y rei), "l33Bri over ($>?) face 

of another 2 K 8 15 , *|J3 s£irt, bv pers. Ru 3 9 Ez 16 8 (fig. of'); I.??, c. b$ rei Nu4 7(UU3 , c ^bliobo v"; "Of c. by_ rei v 14 ; ^jfcjT^i c - 1?^"^? Ex

o 19 ; tnnrps fens -ine 1 J02 2 ; of  fjy 'a 

^DdS ,/, 105 39 .— Mi 3 3 La 4 4 v. DIB. Miph. Impf. 3 mpl. ! fe r| .~■ , . Ez 1 7 21 </tey shall be scattered W^??j> J 34 13 read prob. Pi. n'.fcna? |NS (for niK'-, Ha Krae ; on emend, of context v. esp. Toy Krae). Pi. Pf. 3 ms. consec fcntt Is 25", etc.; Imp/. 3 ms-h?) v", 3 fs. fcTfFI Je 4 : "; Inf. cstr. fcHB f 68 15 ,'sf. B#Tr Is i 15 ; — 1. spread out : a. c. ace D'B3 in prayer Is 1 15 Je 4 31 , so c. 0?T ,/, 1436 (""^N), and of entreating people Is 65= (7$); n"T3 ftf '3 La i 17 . b. spread out hands as in swimming Is 25", and (D"t; om.) v". 2. = scaMer, (f)subj. '"», c. ace. pers. Zc 2 10 (© We Now |» njfjp, yet v. GASm); i/' 68 13 , in doubtful connexion. T[i!T!E?p] n.[m.] spreading out, thing spread ; — sf. ?l?HBJp Ez 2 7' ?Ay spread (canvas, as sail, cf. vb. IS33 23 ) 5 pl-cstr. 3y •fe^W? Jb 36™, so perhaps 37 16 (for 'BOB*?). ttto^B (Baer, Te>- van d. H. Gi), Inf. abs. Fi'lel (Ges i50 ) from bn? (si vera I), % 1-by 'S Jb 26" a spreading his cloud upon it (but Bu Du al. read fen'a, ena, or ena). + L [t^HS] vb. make distinct, declare (NH separate oneself, Pi. separate, explain, so Aram. £*!?, esp. Pa. ; Syr. jlZs separate, dis- tinguish, explain, cf.Mand.,No M221 ) ; — Qal Inf. cstr. "• »r$8 D?^ V^i? Lv2 4 12 (P) to declare distinctly to them. JTipb. Pt. Tfatyb} Ez 34 12 read prob. DIB'-, v. BMB. Pa. /"/. 3 ms. K>13 Nu 15 34 (P) what should be done to him had not been distinctly declared; Pt. ^"IBD Ne 8 s made distinct (cf. BAram Ezr 4 18 ), v. Be-Ry Ko* M *>,>interpreted, Ke al., Berliner 10 """- 74 . T[n©~lE] n.f. exact statement; — cstr.

  • |D3n n^i T a T Est4 7 , ^tv? "h? ' s io 2 -

fll. [l£H2] vb. Hiph. pierce, sting (?) (cf. As. paruSsu, stqjf (which pierces); Aram. NCHB, lii3 (in Lexx) ox-goad) ; — 7m/>/ 3 ms. ena: Pr 23 32 (*#Bff, ^ WW), of wine. III. Vf"Si (■/of foil.; cf. Aram. rOB p a . (rare) cause to break or 6wrs< forth (a serpent its brood), KPn*? dung; Syr. Ii2 Pa. ri^j o^>«w, JL'iS = 1. BQB ; Ar. cfjl iv. ri]) open stomach, and scatter contents (cf. vn), Cjji = 1. S5n. s ). < f 1. UT[B n. [m.] faecal matter found in intestines of victim ; — 'a abs. Mai 2 3 ; cstr. v 3 ; sf.itriaEx2 9 ,4 Lv4"8 17 ; aBnaNui 9 5 ; nena Lv 16 27 (all P). < tn. CHE n.pr.m. Manassite 1 Ch 7 16 , A ©L *apft. IV. t^lD (/of foil.; mng. dub.; against Lag BN5 ° (horse, one that breaks the ground, Ar. J^i) v. Fra 94 , cf. also No 2MGl, < 1886 737 ). ttho

BED t n. [C^£] n. [m.] horse, steed (less com- mon synon. of DID ( > explained away by Schwal"ly ZAW " ll(,8S8 '- 191 ); Ar. J£J horse, mare (oft.), so Eth. £.dtl, cf. Sab. DHB horse, Mordtm Bim.i M chr.7o^._ pl d ,^-,q (erron. for *D^S Ko "• 1 - S9 ) Ez2 7 ,4 + , sf. vena IS28 23 1S8 1 ' 1 ; — steedsEz2f* (-t-D^WD, D'TiB^from Togarmah; sim. of swiftness Jo 2 4 (|| D'DID); prob. also Is28 S8 Je 4 6 4 (|| D'pID, cf.GfGie), and perhaps 131 «ni VBHBa W3D-1D3 ft t^l 1 S8"(kg.subj.). fn. tTH£ n.m."* 3,3 horseman (i.e.*parr<M, cf. Ges' 84 "; Ar. J^G ; Eth. i.dh: ; Aram. Bn?, Llla);— abs. 'aNa 3 3 Je 4 s9 , also «h| Ez 26 10 (asifcstr. Kb 8 ""-' 81 "); pi. D^S Gn5o 9 +; sf. I'BHB Ex 1 4 9 + ; — horseman, usu. pi., esp. + 33/1 chariotry : Egyptian Gn 50 9 (J ), Jos 2 4" ( E), Ex I4« JUU " (all P), 15" (song), Is 31' 2 K i8 M =Is 3 6 9 , 2 Ch I2 3 cf.i6 8 ; Philistine 1 S 1 3 5 2 S i 6 (del. ♦3>a © We Dr Bu HPS); Aramaean 2 S io 18 (but read prob. tf'K, cf. || 1 Ch 19 18 , We Dr al.), and ( + fyfl &*) 2 S 8 4 = 1 Ch 18 4 , cf. 1 Ch 19 6 ; also D'EnDI DID'by 1 K 2 o" (si vera 1.); Isr., of Adonijah 1 K 1 s ( + 33T. , D'jn B>'N D'Bton) ; Solomon + 33T 19 - M io 26 - 26 =2Ch 8 6 - 9 i 1414 ,prob. also 1 K 5 6 ( + ta3-ic6 D'piD)= 2 Ch 9 s5 ( + W&D ni33-)01); Jehoahaz 2 K 13 7 ( + ^Pl); + 3SJ, fig. of Elijah 2K2", of Elisha 13"; +D , WD Ho i 7 ; Assyrian Is2 2 6 - 7 ( + 33:j), cf. Na3 3 , D'DID '331'B Ez 2 3 6J2 ; Babylonian Hb i 8S Je 4 M ( + nf% Hoi), Ez 2 6 7 ( + DID, 33-1), y 10 ( + 331J b>3), Scythian (Gog) 3 8 4 ( + D'pID); Persian' Is 21 79 ('B 1CX), Ne 2 9 Ezr S 22 ; of king of north Dn 1 1 40 ( + 331). TptLHE 11. m. copy (loan-word fromPersian through Aram., v. BAram.); — cstr. iWB>jin 'B Ezr 7 11 , cf. |jrt^. trM'TOftS n.[m.] only 'an NW Ju 3 m , read perh. tsna /<ec«« (93 $No CMer ""*- 18n Bu GFM). TShB v. Tfcna sub fens. • T MrPMtthE) n.pr.m. a son of Haman Est 9', Qapo-av (cot N«<tt<ui', *ap(rai'tOTai>, etc. TfPB n.pr. Hum. Euphrates, Kvcppanjs (As. Purattu Dl p * ,69ff -, whence OPers. (7/rtto, Spieg APK2 "); — the greatest river of W. Asia; 'B Gn 2 14 , 'D "irU 15 18 (both secondary phrases in J), 'B "TO also 2 S 8 3 (Qr, v.inj), J e 4 6™ M Dt i 7 11 24 Jos i 4 (D), 2 K 2 3 :9 2 4 7 'i Ch 5 9 18 3 ; iru om. Je 1 3 4S ' 7 (where Ew Hi Marti, after Schick ZPV " U1 , think of some other TT1B, but Gf Gie and most defend Euphrates}, 51 63 2 Ch 35 20 (cf. Gn 2 14 supr.); name not certainly attested before D Je ; on earlier "insn for this river v. '}. rPQ Gn 42" v. [n-)B]. T COJTJB n.m.pl. nobles (loan-word from OPers. fratama, first, Spieg APK232 , cf. Skr. prathama; Lag*™- *""*■ * 2289 );— 'Bn Est 1 3 6 9 Dn 1 5 . ni^3 vb. spread, intrans. (NH flDB id.; t_ r a V Ar. LLi ( .-ii) be divulged, spread, be exten- sive); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'b Lv i3 s + , 3 fs. nnba v 8 , nris-a y 2:i ; Impf. 3 ms. nb>B? v 35 , 3 f s . nbsn v' + ; Inf. abs. n'B'B v"+; — only Lv 13, 14, of leprosy and like eruptions: c. "1^3,1533, etc., Lvi3 5 +7 t. 13, i4 39 - 44 - 48 + -iiJB ('BB)ri^i; n'CB I3 7.K.:r,35. abg _ v 23.32.55 t[J/ttfS] vb. step, march (NH ypB; Aram. V0B,-*A°,); — Qal Impf. 1 s. ny'B'BK (Ges 510 ") Is 27 4 , c. 3 against. tjnrf n.[m.] step; njan pjfl ♦J'S'/aa 1S20 3 . Tn"2.'EQ n.f. stepping- region of body, hip 0/ buttock; 'Cnny 1 Ch i 9 4 ( = DiTriinB' || 2 S 10 4 ). t[plt^B] vb. part, open wide (NH pDB, Aram. PPP, ,aia9, all cut, sever, cleave); — Qal Pt. WTIB^ pVB Tr 1 3 3 i. e. one talkative. Pi. Imp/. aft. ^TDK "pfrBni Ez 16 25 (c. ^ pers.; sensu obsc). tttJS n. [m.] Jb 35 15 si vera 1. from V&WB (cf. Ar. i^^.^ weak in mind or body, ^IL-i very stupid); — i.e. folly; but read VB*B (® Theod Symm 93 Di Bae K * u Du). t [nti'B] vb. Pi. tear in pieces (NH nB : B; Aram-H^B 1 S i5 33 (Agag), -is, *JL&>);—Im$f, 3 ms. sf. »?n^B)l La 3 11 (of lion, in fig.). TTirUlJE n.pr.m. Uaax^p, <ba(&u)<rcrovp, etc.: 1. Je 20 , -"- :ui . 2. ai> 38 lb Ne 1 1 12 , cf. 1 Ch 9 1! . 3. Ne io 4 . 4. father of one Gedaliah Je38 la . 5. head of post-exil. family Ezr 2 38 =Ne 7 41 , Ezr io 22 . Cf. Mey Ent *" hun « 18 "-. T UWS vb. strip off, make a dash, raid (cf. lk.t. pai&fv,, expunge, obliterate; NH BK'B, Aram. 13!-?, Js^£>. arc stretch out, extend, make plain, so Ar..Llj) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms/B Ho 7'+, 2 ms.ripB>B<l Ju9 33 ,etc; Impf.3 ms.tJ&BJl 1 S 19 24 ; 3mpl.^'B i B^Ez26 1 ,etc; Imv. ms. naife IS32"; JRrtB

Mttfe P<. pi. OTPffr Ne 4 17 ;— 1 . jrfrtp ojf, ^tt« o^, one's garment (ncc.) i S 19 24 Ez 26 16 44" Lv 6* (opp. BkS), i6 a (id. s both P), Ne 4 17 Ct 5 s ; ace. om. Is 32 11 ; of locusts Na 3" 1 stripping ^"(sheaths of wings, cf. Da Dr ^ *). 2. put off (one's shelter), i.e. make a dash (from a sheltered place), c. ?N J1120 37 , abs. 9"; esp. of marauding foray, Ho 7 1 , c. by against Ju <f* M 1 S 2^ 30" (ins. by cf. ©WeDral.), Jbi' 7 , c. b» 1 S27 8 3o', c. 3 1 Ch 14 913 2 Ch 25 13 28 18 ; in 1 S 27 10 rd. |K (for -b«), We Dr al. Pi. Inf. cstr. BEteb, c. ace. pers. 1 S31 8 to strip the slain = iCh 10 8 ; abs. only to strip (sc. the slain) 2 S 23 10 (ins. also || 1 Ch 1 1 13 Dr). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. B'Bten Jb 1.9 9 ; 3 mpl. sf. IpB^arn Ez 2 3 26 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. B0EJ Nu 20 28 ; it s. sf. n|B»efcK Ho 2 s ; 2 mpl. pOBfen Mi 2 8 , etc.; Imv. Btfan Nu 20 26 ; Inf. cstr.O^Bn 2 Ch29 M ; P<. pi.' D>EJ<E>BD 35 11 ;— 1. strip one of garment (2 ace.) Gn37 23 (E), Nu20 26::8 (opp. t^abn), Ez 16 39 2 3 M ; c. ace. pers. alone 1 Ch io 9 ; Ho 2 s strip her (sf.) naked (nenj)). 2. strip off, ace. V$| 1 S 31 9 , clothing Jb22 6 ; c. acc.">"1« + ^BO Mi 2 8 ; c. acc."W + ^5?° 3 3 , cf. (ace. ni33) Jb 1 9 9 . 3. Jay, c. ace. r6yn Lvi 6 2 Ch 29 s4 ; ace. om. 35". Hithp. Impf. 3 ms. B$B1V1 1 S 18 4 he stripped himself o/his garment (ace). t^t^B vb. rebel, transgress (NH id.; Syr.>«>ia is be terrified, ).,V.«9> tepid, insipid) ; — Qal P/. 3 ms. 'a 2 K 3 7 + , 2 fs. r#B Zp 3 11 ; riJJB'B J e 3 » etc. ; Impf. Jrt?B? Pr 2 8 2 ' + 8 1. Impf. ; Imv. mpl. WE*? Am4 4 ; Inf. abs. #?B Is 59 13 ; cstr. S^B Am'4 4 Ez 10"; Pt. ytTB Is 4 8 8 ; D*fltfc Is i 28 + , etc.; — 1. rebel, revolt, of nations, c. 3 against, 1 K 12 19 2 K i 1 3 s - 7 2 Ch io 19 ; abs. 2 K 8 K , 1! nnnt? v 2022 2 Ch 2 i 8 - 1010 ; ? WfB Is i 2 (Isr. under fig. of r, 's sons). 2. transgress against God, abs. Is i 28 46" 48 s 53 12 " Ho 14 10 Am 4 44 La 3" Dn 8 s3 f 37 s8 5 1» for (?J?) a bit of bread Pr 28 21 ; njn 13-13 Ezr io 13 in this thing; by Win Ho 8 1 ; elsewhere c. 3 against God : '3 'b Is 43 s7 59" 66 24 Je 2 829 3 13 3 ' 3 8 Ez 2 3 20 38 Ho 7";

'b ne>K a^B'B 1 k 8*° Ez 1 8 3 ' ; 3 'b -leto ni Wy 

Zp 3". Niph. Pf. 3 ms. VB'BJ TO! (van d. H. Pt. yE/BJ) a brother (who has been) offended Pr 1 8 19 , but very dubious, cf. Toy. f 2Q$B n.m.* 19 " transgression; — abs. 'b Ex 2 2 8 +, SB'S Pr io ,9 + ; cstr. irefe Gn 50 17 + ; sf. ff9 Gn si 36 -*- 14 t. sfs.; pi. D'VB'B Prio 12 ; cstr. 'JfB'B Ami 3 + , etc.; — 1. transgression against individuals Gn 31" 50 1717 Ex 22 8 (E), r S 24 12 25 s8 Pr io 19 1 7" 28 24 2^ i6a ; DTIB 1 ? 'B

13 ; nana noari D'ytye-b *;y io 12 , cf. 17 9 19" 
13 . 2. of nation, against nation : Am i 3 - 6 ' 1113 

2 1 ; of land Pr 2 8 2 . Elsewh. 3. against God : a. in gen., || nXBn Is 58' 5 9 12 Mi i" 13 3 8 Am 5 12 ; || y Ez2i 29 f 107 17 ; 'a nfcT> Ez 18 2 " 8 ; 'a on

12 ; U «T! Is 59" Jb 35 « Je 5 6 0); ^ ^ 

'B inNUn Jb 34 s7 he addeth transgression unto his sin; 'B " l TX l IS57 4 ; personified as evil spirit, y&B DN3 ^ 36 s . b. as recognized by sinner ; he knows it ^5i 5 , makes known concerning it to '< 32 s , does not cover it (HD3) Jb3i 33 ; turns from it Is 5 9 20 Ez 1 8 30 ; casts it away from him Ez 1 8 31 . c. God deals with it : by visiting it (lpB) Am 3 14 V'89 33 , dealing with one accord- ing to it, 3 n'BTJ Ez 39'- 4 , making it known to sinner Jb 13 23 36 9 ; punishing in various ways: 'BD because of it Is 53 s ' 8 ; c. by, ace. to it Am 2 4 ' 6 La i 5 - 22 ; for it, c. 3 IS50 1 ; 'B 72 La i 14 yoke of transgression; personified, 'B T3 Dn?B^1 Jb 8 4 ; he does not grant forgiveness to it, 'b Vfoi tO Ex 23 21 Jos 24" (E). d. God forgives (x'eo) it Ex 34 7 Nu 14 18 (J), Jb 7 21 , cf. ^ 32'; pardons (I"6d) 1 K 8 50 ; passes over (by ~y, cf. Pr 19") Mi 7' 8 ; removes (p'mn) ^ 103 12 ; covers over (1B3) 65 4 ;— cf. (of priest) 'BD BHpn"^> 1B31 Lv 16", and confession of 'b over (ijy) goat v 21 ; —God blots out (nno) Is 43 s5 44 12 f 51 3 ; 'B^ l'3in"PN25 7 ; delivers from, JD^Vn39 9 . — Jb35 15 read VC"B for B*B q. v. 4. guilt of transgression (cf. y 2), 'B PS without (guilt of) transgression Jb 33 9 34 6 ; 'n *b f 59 4 ; wby 'a Ez 33 10 ; nss 'an^yIs24 20 ; / B3i3^5i';' B D wpj 19 14 ; «Mp8g '£>~?22defile tliemselves with all (the guilt of)their transgressions Ezi4"37 23 ; 'B"rt"l5f3 Dnn Jbi4 17 . 5. punishment for transgression, Dn 8 12 " 9 s4 , cf. J1J? 3. 6. offering for transgression, fntcn <yB»S niaa Mi 6 7 shall I give my first-born as an offering for my transgression (cf. nxun 4). T"ltt?S n. [m.] solution, interpretation (loan-word from Aram. N^B) ; — cstr. 'b Ec 8 1 . t[ntt>2] n.[m.] flax, linen (•/dub.; NH friS^B, Pun. *o«rr; Low" 233 );— sf.'^B Ho 2 711 ; elsewhere pi. DTISPB J u 15" + , cstr. 'FIB'S Jos 2 6 ; — 1. flax, after gathering, f}?n 'FIE'B Jos 2 s (JE, v. yy. 2 f); inflammable Ju i5 14 (sim.); as natural product ( + " 10 *) Ho 2 711 ; as material, 'B P'riB Ez 40 3 ; of various garments Je 13 1 Ez 44 i7.i8.i8 +nD y Dt2 2 11 Lvi3 47 - 48 - 62M (P), cf. Pr 31"; nipn'f ; b n3j> i s i 9 9 ( v . [P^]). H nntfo 834 tnntt?£3 n.f. flax; — 'b : 1. growing Ex 9 31 " (J). 2. =wick Is 42 s 43 17 (in sim.). MS v. nna. t[ns] n.[f.] pi. ivan ntaW nin'an 1K7 50 i.e. prob. the sockets above and below, in which the door-pivots turned (performing office of mod.hinges); sg.sf. jnna Is3 17 (Ges S91f ), prob., si vera 1., their secret parts, cardo femina (so Thes and most) ; but read perh. ] nnann Bachm 8K.i8w.65o Kit ( in Di ) Marti . > jnn'KB "Sta ZAWvl (1886, ' 3M , cf. 33 Di. CNrtS v. 1. *n§ sub I. nriB. nnc okns v. sajf. t [)Q"flB] (read always p 3 ? 3 ]) n.[m.]por- tion (of food) for king, delicacies (Pers. loan- word, cf. Skr. prati-bltAga, Zend [pati-baga; whence] Gk. translit. 7r<m'-/3a£is, Syr. Is^^^s ; Gildem ZKM,Ta " Lag GJjO 'B Ec8 u (appar. f., cf. De; but Hi Albr 2 **"'"' 1896 '- 115 read ri'^i for nb^3). [rin2] vb. be spacious, wide, open (Aram. Nn? oe spacious, |J^9 be spacious, abun- dant; cf. Ar. lii, (Vjj b e youthful, in prime of life, ^L» young man, one in prime of life (development of various meanings from V not wholly clear, cf. N6 ZMO " OM6, - 735 )) ; — Qal Pt. nna Pr20 19 poss. one open as to lips, but v. nna denom. infr. Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. juss. 'K IjlB? OB v Gn 9 W may God make wide for Japhet (give him an extensive inheritance). —Pf. poss. Pr 2 4 s8 (reading 1 , nsb'3 JVBBill, make wide with (open wide) thy lips, for MT IP? ™?Bm, so SS ; but cf. nna denom. Pi.). tVlB [for ^a Lag 81 " 8 Ba z " 0l, " (1888 >' 3S3 ; Nuaaoj fj^y simple, poss. as open-minded; — , nBPr9 4 + , , l?|V'i9 8 +; pi. DWS (Ges* 931 ) n6» + 6 t.Pr; Vna n 9 ™ P r2 2 3 ; DTIB i 22 - 32 ; — simple, as subst. concr. : open to the instruc- tion of wisdom or folly, Pr 9* •■*; believing every word 14 15 ; lacking n!D"$ i 4 8 5 19 25 ; needing p ■fy 119 130 , nD3n 19 8 Pr 21"; in good sense, "XDV

  • • D'SWIB ^ 1 1 6 6 preserveth the simple-minded ;

but usu. tendency to bad sense ; D'XnB love 'nB Pri 22 ; inherit I^JBt 14", are easily enticed, misled and go back i 32 7' 9" 22 3 =27 12 ; they need atonement Ez 45 20 (|| nJB>). [ , ^2] n.f. simplicity (i.e. lackof wisdom), YtfiTQngn n?na vro-ny p r i 22 . tWrfi »•*• id. Pr 9 13 (Toy conj. nPlBC). t [ilPE] vb. denom. be simple (NH Pi. entice) ;— Qal Impf. 3 ms. nna> Dt 1 1 16 ; ns^l Jb 3 1 27 ; Pt. nna jl 5 2 Pr 20 19 ;' f. nnis Ho 7"";— . be open-minded (1), simple J b 5 2 ; nniB njV'Ho 7 11 siWy dove,- Vfisfe' nna Pr 20 19 one foolish as to his lips (most, openeth wide his li})*). 2. be enticed, deceived Dt 11" Jb 31 27 . Niph. Pf. 3 ms. nns3 Jb 3 1 9 ; Impf. 1 s. nBSJ Je 20'; — be deceived Je 20"; c. ?5> enticed unto Jb3i 9 . Piel Pf. 2 ms. nwa Pr 24 s8 ; sf. W* Je 20 7 ; 1 s. WPia Ez 14 9 ; Impf. 3 ms. nnB* Ex 22 1S + , etc. ; Imv. VIB Ju 1 4 15 1 6 5 ; Inf. cstr'.si'.^hs 2 S3 2b ; Pt. sf. HTIBD (Ges 59SM ) Ho 2 15 ; — 1. persuade, womanHo2 16 (ng., /, subj.),«edMce,virginEx22 16 ; entice, husband Ju 14 15 16 5 ; a man to sin Pr i 10 16 29 . 2. deceive, 2 S3 25 Pr 24 s8 (yet cf. -/Hiph. supr.); subj. , obj. proph., Je 20 7 Ez 14 9 , cf. 1 K22 20 - 2L22 =2Chi8 19 - 20 - 21 ; obj/', -f 78 s6 . Pual Impf. 3 ms. nns^ : 1. be persuaded, Pr 25 15 . . be deceived, Je 20 10 ; by, Ez 14 9 . t nD" 1 n.pr.m. third son of Noah, lafa6 ; — ns; : najb 'k ns: Gn 9 27 (j), 7 13 , io 2 (P)=i Ch i 4 ','Gn 9 23 io 21 (Jj; n.B; T 9 18 (j), ^"io^iOu*. T7Nir>E3 n.pr.m. father of prophet Joel Jo I 1 (® BaGovrjk, i. e. V^ 3 ). TTinQ n.pr.loc. home of Balaam ; — c. fl loc. rninB Nu 2 2 s , Qadovpa, A Badovpa ; D!$ 'B BTSfr Dt 23 5 , but om. 'B © ;— cf. As. Pitru (on W. bank of upper Euphr.) Sclir* * 220 ' «""«».' DF* 269 J)r H " l[a " DB ; Eg. /W-rwWMM **■"• Kur - m . [nine] v. nna. •fl. nJ12 vb. open (NH id.; Ph. nna; As. pitil, paid; Sab. nna Os 2 " 01 "" 1865 197 ; Ar. ^i; Eth. MVbi; Aram, nna, w.^; Nab. Palm, nna) ;— Qal /y. 3 ms. 'B 2 K 1 5 16 + , etc.; mp/. 3 ms. nna? Ex 2i M + ; 3 mpl. sf. Dinns^ Nei3 19 ,etc; 7wiv.ms.nna 2 Ki3 17 + ; fs/nria nns

nna Ct5 J ; mpl. *nri9 Josio 22 -)-; Inf.abs. OhB Dt i5 8 +; cstr. nhsb Ezai^+j i><. act. nns Ju " + ; pass. D^a Je5 16 -r, etc.; — open sack, i*>, Gn 4 2 27 (E), nnriDK 43" 44" (J), skin-bottle (11X3) Ju 4", hamper (nan) Ex 2 6 (E), pit (lis) 2i 33 (E; i.e. uncover it), mouth C?) of cave Jos io 2: (JE), grave Ez37 1213 (to bring forth dead), cf. (in fig.) Je 5 16 *5 10 ; nWB *^j Nu 19 15 (P) open vessel; door (fljl ; sts. opp. ~<3P) Ju 3 25 + V 25 (obj. om.), 19 27 1 S3 15 2K9" 2CI129 3 Jb 3 i 32 (capers.); fig.ofLeb. Zc n 1 ; W^fliil ^ 7S 23 (of sending rain); 'l = city-gates Ne i 3 19 Is 45' (|| 0*V$; "» subj., c. "jsb); *| om. Ct 5 2S 6 ; gate pW), of land Na 3" (Inf. abs. + Impf. Hiph. q.v.), cf. Ez 25*, "W of temple (-court) Ez 46" (c. 7 pers.), ^118" (id.), city Is 26 2 , obj. om. Dt 20" 2 K 15 16 ; window, J^D, 2K13 1717 , BSJfn n i 3 ?$ (by *• sending rain) Gn 8 6 (J), Mai 3 10 ; city Je 1 3", nnviB T? Jos 8 17 (JE); abs.lJD N7l'B Is 2 2 22 - 22 ;— 14 17 is dubious, Gr Perles A ""- 2!M2 Kit (in Di) read 'ST*? VVDk) KWn"3; >Bu Che Marti P'K rWB K? I'TDt* ^JVa? ; storehouse, armoury Gn 41 56 Je 50 25 (of '<), Je 50 26 (for destruction), fig. of sky, for rain Dt 28 12 (c. ? pers.; of'), cf. open ">3, expose for sale, Am 8 s ; open womb, i.e. grant offspring Gn 29 31 30 22 (J); open mouth (HB) to cry, speak Ez2i 27 Jb 3 1 Dn io 16 , hence = speak Is 53" Jb 33 2 * 39'° 78* (^ a ), 109 2 (c. 7? pers.), Pr 2 4 7 31 8 (c. 7 pers.), v 928 (norm); yfr 49 * either titter, declare, propound riddle, or open up, expound; have power of speech i/^38 14 ; of' giving power of (prophetic) speech Ez 3 27 33 s2 , giving speech to ass Nu 2 2 28 (J); open mouth, to eat Ez 3*, of earth, to swallow up, Nu 16' 2 26 10 , cf. ('"IB om.) yff 106 17 ; open lips, to speak Jb 1 1 5 (c. B? pers.), 32 20 (Gi v 21 ); of '< opening man's lips ^Si 17 , man's ear IS50 5 (As. uznd puttA); of eyes only pt. pass., c. 7N 1 K 8 29 = 2 Ch 6 20 , 1 K 8 52 Ne i 6 , c. ) 2 Cb.6 40 (by zeugma), 7 15 (all of ' s 's favour); open hand, in giving Dt 15 811 (c. 7 pers., +inf. abs.), of '« f 104 s8 145 16 ; book Ne 8 s - 5 , letter 6 s ; open river (channel) Is 41 18 (of'), rock, letting out water, ijr 105 41 (id.); open sword, = draw it Ez2i 33 f 37 14 ; of root B^|! ^ ,na *Ht Jb 20 "> i>e - with no obstacle intervening. — J*J1* nriBfl Is 45 8 is dub.; verb not elsewhere intrans.; Du Che Hpt Marti prop. HDm as obj.; Gr Kit (in Di) read nnan. Niph. Pf 3 ms. fTFIW Is 5 s7 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. nriB> Ez 24 s7 , nrtB^ 44 2 + , etc.; Inf. cstr. nnsn l 8 5 i» ; Pt. rww Zc 13 1 ;— &«  opened, of girdle Is S 27 (i.e. loosened), cf. of captive 5 1 ' 4 , and, of calamity, Je 1 " be let loose (c. ?5? pers.); gates Na 2 7 3 13 (of land, thrown open to (7) enemy), Ez 44' 46'-' Ne 7 3 ; impers. of man shut in by God Jb 1 2 U ; of windows of heaven Gn 7 11 (P), cf. Is 24 18 (of future destruc- tion); the heavens themselves Ez i 1 (for visions); fountain ZC13'; wine(-skin, c. neg.) Jb 32"; mouth, in speech 24 s7 3 3"; ears Is 35 s . Pi. P/3ms.nriB Jb3o" + ,n ; na i2 18 +,etc.; Impf. 3 ms. nr& Is 28 M , I s. nriBK Is 45 1 , etc.; Inf. abs. nriB Is 58"; cstr., id. f 102 21 ; Pt. DRBO 1 K 20 11 ; — loose: 1. free, i.e. ungird, camels Gn 24 32 (J): loins of kings Is 45' (i.e. disarm them); set free, c. sf. pers. ^ 105 20 , Je 40 4 (c. Jt?); c. ace. nrnon 'ja yj, 102 21 . 2. loosen (and remove) sack-cloth Is20 2 (c.^PD),^3o 12 ; armour 1 K 20" (obj. om. ; opp. 13H) ; bonds Jb 12 18 Vti6 18 , cf.Is58 6 Jb39 5 ; cord 30" 38 31 ; loosen ground Is28 24 (in tillage ; cf.Vogelst L * n, "" rth ' c,, * ,, 38 , As. puttA). 3. open gates Is 60", doors Jb 4 1 6 (fig. of crocodile's jaws) ; ear Is 48 s (rd. prob. either ^nFlB, 'JjinriB [© Du Marti], or nrupM [GrCheKit ia Di]; buds Ct7 13 (of blossom ; obj. om. ; or intrans., as sts. Ar. pj, v. Dozy). Hithp. Imv. mpl. innsnn Is 52 s Kt<Qr fs. "'HriBnn (so © ; of personif. Jerus.) loosen thee (Ges' Mf ) the fetters of thy neck. nriQ n.m. Ez8 - 8 (f. 2 S 1 7' but "We reads nns for nnK, and so Albr ZAW * vU1896, ' 8,i ) opening, doorway, entrance; — abs. 'b Gn4' + , rtTIB I9 " + , nnnan v 6 ; cstr. nna i8» + ; sf. Inna Pr 17 19 , nnriB Ez 40 38 ; pi. D'nriB i K 7 s Pr 8 3 ; cstr. "nns f 24 7 + ; sf. ,r jnB Pr 8 M , etc.;— door- way of nomad's tent, ?nkn 'B Gn i8'- 21l) (J), Ex 3 3 810 (E),Nu 1 1 10 i6 S7 (JE), Ju4 20 ,cf. (without Pnkn) Gn 4 7 (in fig.), Jb 31 9 ' 34 ; of sacred tent, 7nsn 'B Ex33 9 - 10 Nu i2 5 (E), 26 M 36 s7 39 s8 (P), Dt 31 ,5 , usu. (P) 15?iO 7HN 'B Ex 29*+ 6 t Ex + 40 629 ('» 7HK 13BT? t), Lv i 3 + 22 t. Lv, Nu 3*+ 11 t. Nu, Jos 19 s1 1 S 2 s2 , cf. 1 Ch 9 21 ; 'b fffiK Ex 35 15 , cf. 40 8 - 28 (all P); of court Nu 3 26 cf.4 M and (of temple)Ez8 7 ; doorway of (private) house Gni9 suu +22 t., cf. Ct 7"; in Pri7 19 Frankenb Toy rd. V3 for ^ruia ; f temple 1 K 6 M Ez 8 16 , so IVan 'B Ez 47^2 Ch 4 a ; l^ri 'B 1 K 6 31 , jfoffl 'B v 8 Ez 41" cf. v 1111 ; pi. 1 K 7 s ; various doorways in Ezek.'s temple Ez 40 13l3 + 13 t. 40-42 (v. also infr.); doorway of ark Gn 6" (P); of tower Ju 9 s2 ; in wall Ez 8 8 ; opening (mouth) of cave 1 K 19 13 ; iJJB'n 'B opening, i.e.

h 2 nrv 

••SnM doorway, of gate Ez 40 11 ; of city *f$ 7& », i.e. the outer aperture of the gate Jos 8 29 20 4 Ju 9 M " Je 1" (pi.), cf. 19 s 1 K 22 ,0 =2 Ch 18 9 , 2 K 23" Pr 1"; so njNS'n 'B Ju 9 40 2 S io 8 1 i 23 2 K 7 3 io 8 , and (of farm or village) Ju 18 1617 ; so •vyn 'B 1 K 17 20 1 Ch 19 6 (=2 S io 8 supr.), cf. Gn 38"; pi. of city gates themselves (poet.) Is 3 M (personif.), DUnj 'B 1 3 2 ; tlbV ¥$» ,/, 24" (|| vn$#) ; cf. fig. I'B-'nns -fcf Mi 7 5 ; also 'B ". rva'iyc' j e 36'° Ez 8" 10" of. 8 3 1 1 1 40 4 46 s , '» 't? 'B Je 26' ; ynriB Mi 5 6 of entrances to a country; fig. ni~n 'B Ho 2 17 doorway of hope. tnnQ n.m. opening, unfolding; — cstr. -W ^nin 'B f 1 1 9 130 , so © and most ; > Symm Jer Bae nna (=<Ay words as a doorway). tfinriS) n.[m.] opening; — cstr. na Jinna opening of mouth in speech or song Ez 16 63 29 21 . t[nrPnE] n. [f.] drawn sword; — pi. ninnB f 55" (fig. of words ; cf. Ez 2 1 33 ^ 37 14 ). trPnPS n.pr.m. 1. priest I Ch 24 16 , Efe/ti;X, *e(9f t a, etc. 2. Levite Ezr io 23 Ne 9 s , (oAim, *<foia(r), etc. 3. Judahite Ne n 24 , Uttflmu, $>a6ata. triFlD 1 ] n.pr. 1. m. Jephthah, l«p8ae (he [God] openeth);—3u 1 1 ' ' + 26 1. 1 1, 1 2, 1 S 1 2 11 . 2. loc. iu the nW Jos -3* (P), A ®L le<£0a. T7N _ nPD^ n.pr .loc. ((rod openeth; cf. Sab.n.pr.m.^nriB^Hal 148 ' 1 );— in'BV.a(ra^a,X, Tat Km *#at>)X, A ©L Tat (l)« <}>8atj), valley betw. Zebulun and Asher Jos ig uv (P); prob. near Jefdt (Jotapata), and perhaps upper part of Wady'Abellin, v. Buhl 6 " 081109 ' 223 . I [nnS^] n.[m.] opening, utterance; — cstr. TlBtf nriBO Pr 8 6 i.e. that with which my lips open. Tnj-lDQ n.m. key (opening instrument); — 'D abs. Ju ■f 1 Ch 9 17 ; cstr. Is 22 s (fig.). t rrinD: n.pr.loc. Ma<pdo>, Na^«, in "i 'D Jos 15' 18 15 (P), on border of Judah and Benj.; usu. identif. with spring Liftd, near Jerus. to the NW., v. Buhl "" 110 '. BWIBJ v. p. 661. < , 11. , ri5, nvris v. sub nns. til. [nJ13] vb. Pi. engrave (NH Pi.id., nvia =- BH, and so X ; As. patAhu, bore, pene- trate; cf. perh. Ar. iiuj, iiJj ring (cf. Frii 232 ));— Pf. 3 ms. flFlB 2Ch 3 7 , etc.; Impf.

ms. rvm iKf; 2 ms. HFiBn Ex 28" ■ Inf. 

cstr. nnB*p 2 Ch 2 613 ; Pi. nriBO ZC3 9 ;— engrave, c. ace. +~$V, on metal 1 K 7 36 2 Ch 3 7 Ex 2 8 S6 (acc. cogn. Bnin ^nWB), on stone v 9 ; c. ace. J3K 4- ace. cogn. v" (all P) ; c. ace. cogn. only, Zc 3° (on stone), and, in gen., 2 Ch 2 613 . Pu. Pt. fpl. Dnin '"nina nhriBt? Ex 39 s (P) stones engraved with the engravings of a signet. TrV).nQ n.m. engraving; — abs. 'fl 2CI12 13 ; s f. Rjjjnf Zc 3"; elsewhere pi. D"nVia 2 Ch 2", etc.; — on (wood overlaid with) metal, HWa DWJ niV^ipt? 1 K 6 W (see v 21 - 22 ), in temple, so ty 74 6 '; on stone Zc 3 9 , esp. Dnh ^nVia Ex 28 11 " 136 39 6.u.so. in gen 2 ch 2 6.is tb^^riQ n.[m.] rich robe (?) (prob. foreign word) ;• — 'a abs. Is 3 s4 , ® xitwv p«ronr6p(f>vpos, 93 fascia pectoralis. t[7J"l21 vb. twist (NH Pi. and deriv.; - - ~ L Ar. Ji» ; Eth. &1*rt: ; Aram. 70?, chiefly deriv., in fig. senses ; Syr.^j£»); — Niph. Pf. 1 e. ny wflB? Gn 30 8 / have wrestled (lit. twisted myself) with; Pt. D^B? nxy Jb 5" the flan of the tortuous; B'ii'yi bfiBJ Pr 8 8 anything tor- tuous and twisted. Hithp. Impf. 2 ms. "By ?nann B*i3.y lr 1 8 27 with the twisted thou dost deal tortuously^ 2 S 2 2 27 (so rd. for imposs. ?sriri). t'TTlQ n.m. Jul6,9 cord, thread (twisted); — abs.'B NUI9 16 ; cstr. i»nB Jui6 9 +; sf. I^ne Gn38 18 ; pi. D^TIB v 25 , Q^HB Ex 39 s ;— * cord (from which seal was hung) Gn 38' 8 - 26 (J), 'B n-iyj Ju 16 9 (sim.), tPQff 'B Ez 40 3 (as measur- ing line); n^an 'B, for fastening, EX28 2837 39 2131 Nu 1 5 s8 , cf. ^nB alone 19 15 (perh. gloss, v. Di); threads (of gold) in ephod EX39 3 (all P). tbrbnp adj. tortuous; — « B^y !^ Dt 3 2 S . ' t [Q' 1 7 WD3] n. [m.] pi. wrestlings (cf. •/ Niph. Pf);— cstr. '« §*$ Gn 30 8 wrestlings of God, i. e. mighty wrestlings. "'T'nEO n.pr.m. et trib. Naphtali, N^- 8aK(i(ji), etc. (interpr. as my wrestling Gn 30 8 ; perhaps orig. crafty, cunning one); — 1. second son of Jacob and Bilhah Gn30 8 (J),35 25 46 s4 (P), 1 Ch 2 2 , cf. Gn 49 21 (poem). 2. as a tribe of Isr.: a. Ju i 33 4 10 5 18 Dt33 23 - 23 +; so(Hex,only P) 'J Via Ju4 6 Nu i 42 + 6t, '3 HDD Nu 2 s9 1 K7» + 5 t.; ') V.? 'T? 1 ? Nu io 27 34 s8 Jos 19 39 ; '1 "W ore

mris Ez 48 s4 (in new Jerus.) ; '3 H9 » K 1 5=° 2 K 1 5 M , cf. Is 8"; '3 BHjJ Ju 4»; '3 in Jos 20 7 ; '3 fcj Ez 4 8 4 , '3 nef V s ; '3 "IV 2 Ch i6 4 . b. as terri- torial name Dt 34 2 (JE) i K 4 15 i Ch i2 41 (van d. H. v 40 ), 2 Ch 34 6 ; Ju 6® f 3 might be a or b. t QTQ n.pr.loc. Pithom, n(f)i&o, A Ui6an (Egypt. Patum, Per-Atum, house o/(god) Atum one of the niJSDO ny built by Isr. for Pharaoh Ex i"; identif.byNavillewith7W«Z-3/a*M^a, near E. end of Wady Tumilat, Naville p " hom ' 1885 Di-E,v* d loc ' Di 8BAk ' 1886,88 " r ' Bad E " , * <4), 1M . |J1S (v/of foil.; rang, dub.; Hilpr 8 *"-^^ CUT. P.nn„l,.ii 0898), 6S > cp Ag ^^^ i protect', whence two foil., ' serpent ' as protector, and ' threshold ' as asylum ; plausible, but exact meaning of patdnu still uncertain). T?riD n.m.* m ' s a venomous serpent, perh. cobra (|na Ecclus 39 30 ; Aram. tWia, Ufcia, whence perh. Ar. j^Ij); — only poet.: pi. t?X"> csna Dt 32 s3 (|| Dran npn), jb 20'*, 'a rrM-io V 14 ;' sg- m + 9 1 13 (II Wi *» '» 58 s , fna nn Is I I 8 . t]flSp n.[m.] threshold (cf. NH fQf cross-beam; ? Ar. ^yxll carpenter); — abs. 'o iS5 4 Zpi 9 ; cstr.|i3T rnao 1 S5 5 , JT3n 'D Ez 9 3 io 4 - ,8 47',nyK'n 'd 46 s . TynQ subst. suddenness (-/unknown: cf. As. ina pitti, ina piltimma, in suddenness, instantly, D1 HWB553 ): — Nu 35 s2 . . . KJffB*] iB"in if he have thrust him in suddenness, before he is aware what he has done (i.e. accidentally); + Dxna Nu6 9 , DNna ynaa vby no n io* w i. e. very suddenly ; yns? according to (p, p. 516b) suddenness, Is 29 s DKfia VTSi? iTm ■=■ at an instant, suddenly, 30" Nil* VTth DSna 1C- : N n"i3B'. As adv. ace, suddenly, Pr 6 15 ( = 29') -ob* yna, Hb 2 7 . tON/lS, once f 64 s (v. Baer) OiNrS subst. suddenness, usu. as adv. ace. sud- denly (from yna, with the term. D- (cf. OB$E>), and with j; weakened to N : Sta !296 Kb"- 256 '- Ba NBi2I6!> );— Nui2 4 rttfcrfcVj "TOW, Josio 9

7 ; esp. of calamity, invasion, etc., coming 

suddenly, Is 47" 48 s Je 4 s0 ^Ijfc VnBf 'B, 6 W 1 5 8 1 8 s2 5 1 8 + 64 s i«o;> tfi>1 inn* 'B , v 8 Jb 5 s 9" Ec9 12 Pr6" 24 s2 ; also 7 s3 ' Mai 3'; thrice with Vna (q. v.). As a gen. +Pr 3 s5 'B inaD twrri>t«  of the terror of suddenness, i. e. the sudden terror, Jb2 2 10 ; and with 3, in suddenness, t2Ch29 M -i:nn rr>n 'b3. I" l^)D vb. interpret (dream), only Gn 40, 41 (NR id., JAram.inB; appar. = Aram. I^B, iia, dissolve, fig. solve, interpret, cf. "^a) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. nn?, c. b pers. Gn 40 s2 41"; abs. ina 40 16 4 1 12 ; c. ace. rei: Impf. 3 ms. y? - IRD>1 41"; Inf. c««OPIs£ 41' 5 ; P<. act. ina 40*41", 'ia 4i». tp-tflB [Kb""]!!.™, interpretation (of a dream), only Gn 40, 4 1 ; — cstr. J^na Gn 40 5 "; sf. uina 40 1218 ; p i. ntfina v 8 . T Di"iriE n.pr.terr. = Upper Egypt, n<i- 6ovpr}s, <&a6ovpT]s, etc. (Egypt. p(e)-te-res, south land, in As. Paturisi, Erman z AW * (1890) > ns '• Steind BAS 1.344 WMM H«U„g,DB. a l SQ ^ Qn A ^ Sc]lr KOFast Dl 1 "* 310 );— alw. in connexion with BfSfQ, etc.: Is 1 i u Je 44" Ez 30 14 , 'B }HK Je 44' Ez 29 14 ; Dinar? pr0 p. also f 6 8" (for Dannp) Ne JBL x am >' 15S (plausibly), cf. Che ,b - xl <1892) - '» Kau*+ crlt - ° TD^D^riE adj.gent.pl. of foregoing, as subst. Gnio 14 =i Chi 12 . t ^©flB n.m. oopy (=J3Bna q.v.); — cstr. ari3(n) 'a Est 3 14 4 8 8 13 . t[J"lJlB] vb. break up, crumble (NH id. ; Ar. JUi ; Eth. Alt: ; Syr. Ks) ;— Qal Inf. abs. of bread of nPIJO : rrna W1K rrtriB Lv 2 6 . tfns n.f. 1 "' 1 fragment, bit, morsel of bread ; — abs. n3"in 'S Pr 1 7 1 a dry morsel; cstr. anuria Gn 18' Ju 19 s 1 S 2 M 28 s2 1 K 17" Pr 28 21 ; sf. *na Jb 3 i 17 , ina Pr2 3 8 , ym Ru2 14 , , in9 2Si2 3 ; pl.D^na Lv2 8 6 14 ; insim.f 147 17 . t[ninE] n.[m.] id.;— pi. cstr. Dr6 »rjr«  Ez 13".