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

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p, Kbph, 19th letter ;= 100 in postB.Heb. [«p] v. top. ON£ v. Dip. tnSp, DNp n. [f.] a bird, usu. pelican (cf. © LvDt f , 23 ^ (der. by Thes from [Nip], t(<p (v. K6"- '■ m , and, on n, Ges' 8 " 8 ), as throw- ing up food from its crop for its young) ; but sea-fowl improb. in + Is; NH TV*P r , % KnKP T id.) ; — abs. JlNiSn Lv 1 i 18 =Dt 14 17 , as unclean ; l"lNp (van d. H. Gi ; Baer nspj Is 34" Zp 2 14 , as inhabiting ruins ; cstr. 13"1D DNp j, 102 7 , sim. of loneliness. np v. I. 33p. I. ^^p (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. £3 arch, dome (hence ' al-cove'), vaulted tent, esp. tent of honour Goldziher z "° *" <1893 >- ut Jacob B «< lul °«"" ta -' « »• 2 «° ; Syr. L^s> vault, dome, ]&1sclo id., vaulted tent PS* 6 ' ,b ; so NH naip, specif .lupanar; X W&p vault (esp. vaulted heavens) ; perh. also As. kabdbu, shield). tap n.[m.] kab (NH id.; Syr. AJ>; Talm. K2f«i; — a measure of capacity, BH only dry measure, 3E? V?i 2 K6 B { fca&; on size of =>P = 4 :6 = £ HND = 1. pn = c. 2 litres v. Now Arch. i. 202 f. Tj„ nz Arch.lS2 tnSp n.f. large vaulted tent; — abs. Nu 25 8 (P) Ke al. Zimri's princely tent; >Thes al. large tent used as lupanar (cf. NH). "j- II. [!2^p] vb. utter a curse against, curse (cf. [3]lp' Ecclus4i ; ); — Qal curse, c. ace, usu. pers.: Pf. 3 ms. sf. n'3p (Ges S68d ) Nu 23 s ; 2 ms. sf. consec. il"l'3pl v 27 ; Impf. 3 ms. afe (Ges SB7B ) Lv 24 11 (c. ace. Dt&TnN); 2 ms. sf. 133i?n Nu 2f (+ Inf. abs.); 1 s. 3pK v 8 (obj. om.); WJ) 3"ipKl Jb 5' (prob. corrupt ; © Du rd. 2p-!»l, cf. Me Bi Siegf Beer; np|!l Bu ; 3pj>l Che JQ Jul,. 1897, 57S. pi«J Bev JFhH.XI,1.308 (<,£ Jg ^1.3 Jg

s Na 2 s )),; 3 mpl. sf. inaj?? Jb 3 8 Pr 1 i 26 2 4 2< ; 

Imv. ms. TrP r (Ges 5e7p Kb 1 - 829 "-) Nu22 1117 , sf. 3 ms. *H»9) (Ges* 870 ) 23 13 (all JE; all + i> as dat. coram., so also v 27 vid. Pf. supr.); Inf. abs. 3p v 25 ( + Impf.); /»/. c*«r. 3$ v" 24 10 . H2p (/of foil. (cf. Dl* 113 Kb" 1 ' 185 ): Ar. i_J> echinus, i.e. stomachi pars pelliculata; Syr. Jiio is collect, contain, water, JkLLo ('^o) cts- tern; Eth. +na): k« dropsy; NH H3p = BH). nnp

ynp rap, s f. itraj? (Ko'- c - a. Ges» 10h ) n.f. stomach, belly; — 1. abs. 'PCI of sacrificial victim, assigned to priest Dt 18 3 , © t6 Znorpov, i.e. fourth stomach of ruminants (cf. Dr), 33 ventriculum. 2. sf. of woman, appar. more gen., belli/ Nu 25 s (P). t [7Zlp] vb. Pi. receive, take (late)(Aram. loan-word (and in Aram, denom.) Gerber 32 , cf. Aram, P'aPy'?) in front, "MSkM ^£ opposite, BAram. P3~7 before, OAram. Palm. 72>b over t:t . . . L L against, Nab. id., in view of; also Sab. ?3pP in view /CIS lv ' ! " , - 7iul - :M - 5 - 8 , Aa.kablu, encounter; verbs are: Sab. fap acc^i, DHM ZBG "" <1CT1S »^ »x <i876). 672. ^ r j^J j g in front, opposite, JlS accept, admit; Eth. •J'flrt;, esp. in. 2, go to meet, accept; NH ??I5 accuse, Pi.=BH; Aram. ^3p,^i« receive) ;—Pf 3 ms. %?. Est 4 4 + (9" Qr ^3p); 3 pi. I^Sp Ezr 8 3 °; Impf. 3 ms. sf. DJSBJ! 1 Ch i2 19 (v 18 van d. H.); 3 mpl. ^>3p*l 2Ch'29 16 "; 1 pi. ^ Jb2 1010 ; Imv. ms. $32 Prig 20 , "P|2 iCh2i n ; — 1. <a£e, c. ace. rei 2 Ch 29 s2 Ezr 8 30 ; ace. om. 2 Ch 29", + b reflex. = choose 1 Ch 21 11 ; receive, c. ace. pers. 12" (van d. H. v 18 ). 2. accept, c. ace. rei Jb 2 1010 ; nplO'p Pr 19 20 ; ace. om. Est4 4 . 3. accept, assume, an obligation, sq. cl., Est 9 s3 , sq. inf. v 27 ( + ^y reflex.). Hiph. Pi. fpl. rfr?P» sfow oppositeness, i.e. correspond, one to (?£) another Ex 26 s 36 12 (both P). t[72p] n.[m.] 1. something in front, spec, an attaoking-engine (cf. J^j front; ^JLo( 1 advance to attack, so p^apn Ecclus 1 2 5 ), Ez 26 9 i?3ij5 'HD the stroke of his attacking- engine (on the form kobollo, from ?3p for kubiil, see 01* 169 Kb"- 88 '-; and cf. HOf, from Jbp for fcS/tfn, ^3BP t , D331£; and on the 3, Ges* 93 "). 2. cstr. Djr?3p T (fo&oZ) 2 K 15 10 , explained for- merly as before the people, i.e. publicly (cf. BAram ?3p before); but the Aram, is surpris- ing, and MH needed : rd. W?3?3 in Ibleam, with @L (confirming earlier conj. of Gr al11 - 99 Sta 01 - 675 ), DrKloBenzKital. t^72p vb. dub., perhaps rob (syn. PtJ, so Rabb. (rare), v. De* 2 * ") ;— Qal i 5 / 3 ms. con- sec. V3|71 Pr 22 s3 , subj. ' c. ace. pers. + rei; c. ace. pers. alone 1 pi. ^Jjap nS3 Mai 3" (obj. ?»); Impf 3 ms. WPJJ D™ HfS] v 8 ; i>*. act. <Qk D'V3p DAN v 8 - 9 ; sf. DiTjnp Pr 22° <Ao««  robbing them. — In Mai ® We 3pV circumvent. Tny^P n -£ oup (perhaps loan-word from As. [kabu'tu], pi. ia6t2(i<e, prob. cwjps, goblets; cf. Ar. iils flower-cup, calyx) ; — cstr. D*i3 '> n^-inn Is 5 r " c f. v *> (both fig., and 0*13 in both prob. explanatory gloss, v. Comm.). tOD vb. gather, collect (syn. *)?«) (Ar [j~t grasp, seize; Sab. p3p harvest, in 'pi, attrib. of 'Attar, ace. to Fell 2 " "" 1 " '- 237 '-; Eth. "P-OR: is fail, despair; NH J , 3p=BH);— 1Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'p 1 K 20 1 ; 7m;>/. 3 ms. T?P! f 4i 7 , }*3P!1 Gn 4i 48 + , etc.; Imv. ms. }»3p 1 K 18 19 , mpl.' »3p iSf + ; Inf. cstr. sf. "PP t ? Zp 3 8 ; Pt. act. )*3p Ez 22 19 Pr 13 11 ; pass. pi. D'SOp Ne 5 16 ;— gather, collect : 1. c. ace. rei, grain Gn 41 3548 (E), booty Dt 13" (+^f loc), money 2 Ch 24 s ( + 19 pers.), so Ez 16 31 (Gr Toy Krae, rdg. flap? fr. ob&, cf. © <8 Symm); ace. om. )*3p Pr 1 3 11 one gathering by degrees ; fig. b (1N"'P! &$ V' 4 I? *M Aear< gathereth wickedness to itself. 2. usu. c. ace. pers. gather, assemble, + n loc. 1 S 7 s 29 1 (for battle); + ^N loc. 1 K 18 20 Ezr 8' 5 Est 2 3 ; + bit pers. 2 S 3 21 Hb 2 5 (in fig. ; || «|DK) ; + S>J? (= ^') pers. 1 K ii 24 ; + b» pers. et loc. 1 K 18 19 2 Ch 32"; + P9 loc. 2 Ch 23 s , cf. Ezr y 28 ; ace. pers. alone 1 K 2 2 6 =2 Ch 18 5 , 2 K io 18 , Ne f ( + inf. pur- pose), J02 16 (|| IpN), 2 Ch 15 9 24 s 25 s ; pass, c. DB* + ?5? of work Ne 5 16 ; fork's judgment Zp 3 8 (|| 'IP?), Ez 22 20 cf. v 19 ( + 1] , in-bS; fig. of metals into furnace); specif, for war, battle, Ju 12 4 1 S 28 1 2 S 2 s0 1 K 20 1 2 K 6 24 ; +*$ 1 S 28 1 (29 1 v. supr.). tWiph. Pf. 3 pi. W3|?3 Josio 6 + , etc.; Impf. 2ms. J'PJjri EZ29 5 ; 3 mpl. «3j»*J 1 S 7 6 + , etc.; Imv. mpl. «3pn Gn 4 9 2 +; Inf. cstr. JOi3n Ezr io 7 +; Pt. pi. D'iapJ J e 40 15 , sf. VS3p3 Is 56 s ; — 1. intrans. assemble, gather 1 S 2V Gn 4 9 2 Is 45 20 48 14 49 18 6o 4 Jo 4 11 2 Ch 20 4 ( + inf. purpose) 32 4 ; for war 1 S 28 4 Jos io 6 (c. ?$ against); c. n loc. 1 S 7 6 , ace. loc. Ezrio 7 - 9 2 Ch 15 10 ; c. PN pers. unto Je 40 15 1 Ch 13 2 Ezr io 1 Ne 4 14 , cf. 2 Ch 13 7 (!?$? for b«); b« pers. + n loc. 1 Ch n l ; c. HPT Ho 2 s Is 43 9 (II 5 !??). if 102 23 ; of birds and beasts Is 34 15 (c. Of), Ez 39 17 . 2. pass, be gathered Is 60 7 (of flocks, + b pers.), Est 2 s ( + b$ loc), v 19 ; pt. c. sf. pers. Is 56 s ; Ez 29 s (|| *]DN) rd. ■ngn Hi (not Sm) Co Berthol Toy Krae. Pi. B

K 2 T°P 

-op Pf. 3 ms. sf. IViPI Dt 30 3 consec, E>*3p Mi 4 12 ^io7 3 , |S3j? Is'34 16 ; 3fs- n ?;?P Mil*, etc.; Impf. YW. Is 11 12 40", etc.; 7m«. ms.sf. «V3p

Ch 16*' V 106 47 ; /«/. abs. }*3p Mi 2 12 ; csir. 

fag Is66 18 etc.; Pi. J^D Na 3 18 +, etc.;— gatlier together: 1. usu. of gathering his dis- persed people (ace), sts. under fig. of flock : Mi 2 li + inf. abs. (|| 1PM), 4 6 Zp 3 1920 Je 3 i' u Zc 10 s Is 54' 56 s *, cf. also 40"; c. ace. + IP loc. Dt 3 o 34 Je23 3 29 u 3i 8 32 3? Ezn ,7 + 6 t. Ez + 37 21 (3*300), Is 1 1 12 43 5 Zc io 10 Ne I 9 f io6 47 , cf. 1| 1 Ch i6 :,i , V i°7 3 ; ace. +^3? pers. Is 56 s " (cf. Niph. Pt.); = (gather and) restrain Ho 8 10 (c. ace. alone); of '< gathering dispersed Egyp- tians, ace. -f IP loc.Ez29 ,:l ; gathering the nations (ace.) for judgment Mi 4 12 Is 66 18 Jo 4 2 ; gather- ing lovers of Jerus. (under fig. of harlot) Ez j 5:17.37 (2<3E)p ^. py pers. against); gathering beasts into Edom Is 34 16 . 2. men subj. : ffjaen *]» osapn onsp Ho 9 6 (cf. Ez 2 9 5 Niph., supr.), Ne 13"; c. ace. rei Mi i 7 ( + IP), Is 22 9 62' Pr 28 8 ; f 3 PP J'N rwme </ta< gathereth Is 13" (acc.om.), Na 3 ,8 (i'd.), Je 4 9 5 (sq.Tjl^, cf. b 3 ad fin.). 3. perh. (gather and so) take away (=*|DK 4), Na 2" Jo 2 6 , v. -WIKB. Pu. Pi. nS3[5D Ez 38 s (c. IP) of land (for people) of Isr. +Hithp. gather together (intrans.), be gathered togetlver. Pf. 3 pi. »aj?nn J u 9 47 1 S f ( + PI loc); /mp/. 3 mpl. W20Tlfl r g g 2 2 2 2 ( + i>K pers.), 'pijr] Is 44"; for battle, war, Imv. mpl. IXSpnn Je 49" ; Impf. also Jos 9 2 (c. Vf£, + inf. purpose), + T!DK pers. 2 S 2 2 ". t[V^)3p] n.m. (si vera 1.) heap; — pi. sf. =P-P 3 P Is 57" thy heaps (of idols); but read perh. fPPp Weir in Che, Che Hpt Kit-Di Marti. t[n22p] n.f. a gathering;— cstr. nX3p fa -!far^ ... eiM Ez 22 20 (after D?n« PP, sq. r^p?)- t^NSS?., [bspp";] n.pr.loc. in S. of Judah (gathering of El, or El gathereth, cf. Sab., of 'Attar, sub Vsupr.); — 'p Jos 15 21 2 S

3 a, = 1 Ch 1 1", Ka/3(t)<™,A, etc. ; '3p'31 Ne 1 i 25 , 

©L Ka|3<rf>;X. tD^Dp n.pr.loc. (Thes twohea2>s); — Le- vite city in Ephr. Jos 2 i 22 (® B om., A KaPvaaix, &L Ka/3<r* M ), = Dj:pp; [q. v . sub Dip] I Ch 6*. ^3p vb. bury (NH id.; Ph.n3p, bury, nap tomb; Ar. ~'.i, As. kibiru, Aram. "Up, Jlo, Nab. nap, all bury; Palm. Nab. K"i3p <om6, so Sab. nap Hom chre "- 12S , Lihy. nap bury, DHM Ep, 8 r.D«nlm.No.n2.S ) c f. ( Dn )napD ftwioZ- place CIS 1 "- 1 * - 20 ' 1 ' 2 - 4 );— Qal 86 P/. 3 ms. 'p Gn 23"; 2 ms. sf. consec. jirnapi ^y 10 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. Tap?! Dt 34 6 2 K 2 1* etc.; Imv. Tap Gn

6 + , etc.; /«/ a&s. ni3p Dt 21 23 ; csir. 

niap? Jei9 ll + , etc.; Pt. act. nap 2X9'° + , etc.; pass. "*Op T 1 K 13 31 , pi. D ,- !?P Ec 8 10 bury, ace. pers., bones, etc., usu. c. 3 loc., 2 S 2 32 1 K 1 3*"! Gn 2 3 6 Jos 24 3032 - 32 Ju 2 9 + 3 3 t.; c. irpa'loc. 2 Ch 33 20 (iJV3-rJ3 || 2 K 2 1 18 , also ^33 1 g 25'

K 2 3i ); c. DB> Nu n 3 ', nnn 1 S 3i 13 =i Ch 

io 12 ; pregn. c. ?£ loc. Gn 23 19 25 s Ez 39; "JTStp^ Gn 49 s9 ; ' cf. VTriafcTD? 2 K 12 2 ' 2 15 7 sChas" 26 23 (v. also HTiph., and "^ Kian ^"3$ Gn 15 15 ); c. npE' Gn » 3 " 49 31 - 31 - 31 50 5 ; c. ace. pers. alone 2 S 2 4 - 5 + 22 t.; + ^SpP Gn

3 48 ; pass. Ec 8 10 ; ace. om. 2 K 9 10 +3 t.+ 

(c. 3) 2 S 4 12 . Niph. 39 Impf. 3 ms. naj£ J e 22™, etc.;— be buried Gn is' 5 Je 8 2 16 46 25° (+ 1DN), so rd. perh. Ez 29 s for P?iW ( + id.); 'PI ninn nnap Je22 19 ; usu. c. 3 loc. Gn 35 19 Ju 8 K + 6 t. Ju, 2 S 1 f 1 K 2 WM + 16 t. K Ch ( + vni3S-Dy 1 K 14" i5 :4 +6 t.; 'T^ u^p-Dj? 2Ki 3 13 i4 16 ); c.n?'Nu2o 1 -r3t.; c.nnn/nnno Gn 35 s . tPi. bury (in masses), c. ace: Impf.

fs. sf. Clap? Ho 9 C ; /«/. csir. "^ 1 K n 15 ; 

Pi. pi. ra^^PP Nu 33 4 Ez 39"; as n. intens., of office, burier, sg. I3pp Je 14 16 , pi. 'QH Ez 39 15 . tPu. Pf. 3 ms. DiTOK n3p TVBf Gn 25'°. ^!1P n.iM.. 1K13,31 grave, sepulchre ; — abs. 'p Gn 2 3 4 + , 1?^ 1 K i 4 13 + ; cstr. n3p J u 8 32 + ; sf. nap Gn50 5 ,etc; pi. Qn3p Ex 14" + , cstr. '"Op Je 26 23 + , sf. Dn^p 8 1 ; also nh3p Jb 2 1 32 ,' cstr. ninsp Ne 2 3 +, sf. vrrop Ez 32 s2 2 Ch 16 14 , etc.; — grave, sepulchre, Ju 8 32 2 S 2 s2

K I3 K + ; T n?n>5 Gn 23 4 - 9 - 30 49 30 50 13 ; hewn 

out (3Sn) Is 2 2 16 ' 16 '; ^3W n3^ [pip Jb io 19 ; fig. 'p "EK 'b— 'nni Je20 17 ; 'P Ua'B' f 88 6 the slain lying in grave; DTSJS D' , 3B' , n Is 6s 4 <Aey who sit in the tombs (occult rite, prob. in necromancy, etc., cf. Che and RS s "" L,80ffi2 " ded - 197ff ); Dyn *J| n3p 2 K 23 6 i.e. burial-place of common people, so WH V.? '"l^p Je 26 23 , 1 pi. intens. Jb 17 1 , also of stately (royal) sepulchre

K 22 20 =2 Ch 34 s8 , Ne 3 16 2 Ch i6 14 cf. 35 24 ; 

Jb 2 i 3t ; conceived as in lower world Ez 3 2 22 - 25 - 2i - 26 , || P'taX ^ 88 12 ; f 49 12 rd. Q^^p for D3np Vrss and most ; WIS 'p sim. of quiver Je5'«; fig.dpa'B 'PfS 10 ; ofexileEz37 12 - 1J -"-". mann rvrap

' ^^^L 1 ^^^5 a-Pr.l0C. M^fiara (rij?) <m6v h las : a station in wilderness (the (/raves of desire, cf. Nu 1 I 34 and HIXD p . ^ supr.) •— XT,, ..34.35 /nil M-..N ,« ,t I,', ~ DTP Nu

*m rfog 33 '6'7 D' t g « 

"■ [n^ap], and (4 t.) iTVDp n.f. grave, burial;— abs. *TJOJ Is 14 s0 + 2 t.; cstr. JTrnp Je 22 19 , m_3p Gn 35=°+; sf. irrup Dt 34 6 + ;— 1. ?rai>« Gn 35 s0 - 20 47 s " Dt 34° i's 10 2 2 K 9=* 21 26 23 s " Ez 32 21 - 24 ; 'pn rne> 2 Ch 2 6 a . 2. Jwri'aZ, Is 14 20 Ec6 3 ; lion ffJOf J e 22 19 . Pimp v. nap. t t 't: t 1 - [ I7P] vb. bow down (As. (including Tel Am.) kadddu, bow down); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. tpM Gn 24" + , etc. ;— usu. + VBJffJ etc. ; in worship of '< Gn 24 26 - 48 Ex 4 31 1 2™ 34 s Nu 22 s1 2 Ch 2o ,s 29 30 Ne 8 6 ; homage to man of rank Gn 43 s8 , king 1 S 24" (Gi v s ), 28" 1 K j 16.31. to'^ + king iCh.29 20 . II. Tip (/of foil.; mng.dub.; NH1P1?= BH; As. kakkadu=li>1>; cf. JAram.). ' ~ T P~f(^ n-[m-] head, crown of head,— 'p abs. Dt 33 20 Je 2 16 , cstr. Is 3 17 + ; sf. Slplp 2 S 14 25 Jb 2'; ^yj?, Dt 28 25 ;— esp. poet. Gn 49 26 =Dt 3 3 16 , V 7 17 , "^ 'P 68 s2 Aairy crown or sca/p (all || Vtit), Is 3 '< Je2 16 4 8 45 (|| HNS), S o rd. also Nu 24'- for ipnpl (|| id.), v. Ew Di Pat al -> Dt 33 M ; in prose only 'P'lyi !>« W Dt28 35 2S14 25 Jb2 7 . Trnp n.f. a spice, usu. cassia (@33 £ cf. Di K "; V dub.; perh. foreign word); — merchan- dise Ez 27 19 ; ingredient of sacred oil Ex 30 24 (P) :— cf. Dioscor. D « *•-• **■ '• "( Ka <raia= f, k<tt6), Theophr H,,t - p, * nt - "• B PH n NH »»• » (« «■). v a i so Schrbd PhSprl2e Lewy Frem,lw:6 . ^ITHp] vb - be kindled, kindle (NH id., also bore, Aram, rnp, ^.^ oorej Mndle; Ar. ^li strike fire (with flint, etc.); Ph. mpo is lamp-lighter (in temple) ace. to CIS 1 '* - 352 ' 1 - 3 ); — Qal 1. be kindled: Pf 3 f s . »3N3 nrnp r trx Dt 32 s2 Je 15 14 1 7 4 (rdg. nrnp for Dnrnp), a ii of Vs wrath. 2. 'act. fcmctbj Inf. cstr. nips fi*pen bx is 641 (v. [Don]); p«. ew vrrp go", • J^O^B n - f - fever ;— Dt 28^ Lv 26 16 . TP^pN n-[m.] perh. fiery glow, sparkle; Ffjftl *338 Is 54 12 i.e. carbuncles (?);—© Atf ous Kpv<rrdov, 25 lapides sculptos, Aq Theod Sym. UTp (•/of foil.; be before, in front, cf. As. kudmu, front, former time; Ar. 'J3 pre- cede (so Eth. +.&ID;), iv, v. oe JoW and fore- most in attack (Dip 1 a); Sab. Dip begin Horn Ch^ ™ , • "", march forth, advance, CIS lT - N °- 79 - '•» Sab Denkm""- 9 ' 1 - 2 - 4 - 6 - 9 - 9 , (m)aip front CIS"'" - 27 ^ "i Ph. Dflja a* formerly (?); OAram. mp 6e/ore' so^ Palm. Nab.; BAram. $ D"}?. 6e/ore; Syr. y>I* prrecede; NH DIP, 6e in front). TD"7p n.[m.] front, east, aforetime;— abs. 'p Dt 3 3 2 7- r , Bf^ Ju 8 10 +; cstr. Dip p r

s2 ; once pi. cstr. Dnp v 23 ;— 1. loc. a. ,/V<w<, 

'P» Is 9 "yrom the front (i.e. East), m/«w< (opp. ninND), 'pj ninK ^ 1 39 s iehind and before; Vjj? 'i 5 Jb 23 s I go forward (opp. ninx). 1>. ^; ^n-W Gn io 3 » (J) mount of the East; p-'JS = dwellers in the E., tribes E. or NE. of Canaan Gn 29 1 (E), Ju 6 333 7 12 8 10 1 K 5 10 Is 1 1 14 Je 49 s8 Ez 2 5 4 >» Jb i 3 ; 'p *r$ Nu 23', v. Di Sachau"-™*-™*"-* Dr in Hast. p ""<»; 'p p«  Gn 25 s (J); Dnpr? Wjnj I s a i ^ are fall from tlieE. (ins. prob. ODp', DppO, r < D'ODp before 'PP, cf. Lo De Du Che 11 "' Di-Kit); elsewh. 'PD ^eastward: (1) in the E. Gn 2 8 ; (2) on the E. (side) I2 8 (J) Zc 14 4 ; }> 'P» on the E. o/Gn 3 24 (J), r 2 8 (J), Nu 3 4 11 (P),' Jos 7 2 (JE), Ju8" Ez 1 1 23 Jon 4 5 ; (3) eastward, c.vb. of motion Gnn 2 i3 n (both J). 2. temp., ancient time, aforetime . a. 'P TIl 1 Dt 33 15 ancient mts., cf. 'p 'n'i'.tc v 27 , '?"??'» Is 1 9 11 , tpntf •'CB'a ^ 68 34 . b." 'p *g% f 44 2 m anct'ewi days; cf. 'p WV from of old Is 2 3 7 Mi 7 2 » La 1 7 2 17 , Is 37 26 ='p ^ob 2 K 19 25 (v. [J? 9b (2)); 'P 'D'3 Is 5 i 9 J e 4 6 26 ; 'p 'riT Jb 29 2 mon</ts o/oZc?. c. ft) from of old Mi 5 ' Is 4 5 21 46 10 Hb i 12 Ne 12 46 ^ 74 12 77 12 ; VW 78 2 springing out of, derived from, ancient times (cf.Dr) ; 'PO 0'W>!fi 43* days from of old. d. 'p alone, as adv. anciently, of old f 74 s 1 1 9 152 ; ^53 Je 30™ La 5 21 ; 'p 3E^ V 55 20 A« </*a< «ttt«(A '(en- throned from) of old. e. beginning, HipC'lge Pr8 23 /rom <Ae beginnings oftlie earth; V^BO 'p Pr 8 a <Ae beginning of his works ( || n^isV). t [□!£] vb. Pi. denom. (Gerber ™) come or be in front, meet ;—/'/. 1 s. "Amp Jon 4 s f ii9 147 ; ?pLW?g Dt23 5 + ,etc.; Impf 3ms. sf. ^ctp; ^ 59 >' ; 3 f s . sf . g^gn y, 88 , 4 . j g> BSS^ Mi6 6 ; Imv. ms. HO'np ^ i7i3 ; _i. a- »nee<, confront (with hostility) c. ace. pers 2 S 22"»=*i8 M, J Jbgo 27 , c. ace. Via ^ , 7 » f hostile approach to city (ace.) ajCtyKaltatfl Dip

^WOTS (+adv. ace). b. come to meet one (ace.) as friend, with (3) sthg. Is 21" Dt 23 s Ne 13 s , so, as worshippers (ace. of ), Mi 6 66 ; c. ace. pers. + rei yfr 21*, so 59" Kt © 33 (ace. pers. alone Qr), ace. pers. alone ^ 79 s ; ace. '< 88 14 , ace. VJS (of *) 95 2 , cf. T2? ,D 1^: n W, n 9 n 8 9 15 ( viz -> to join themselves to thee), c. meet, receive, ace. pers., Jb 3 12 . 2. a. go before, in front + 68 M . b. be in front, 1 S 20 25 (id. ffffiM for Di£l) @ Ew Th We Dr al. 3. be beforehand, c. 3 temp, yjr 1 19 147 ; + inf. cstr. Jon 4 2 ; antici- pate, forestall, c. ace. rei i^H9 14S . Hipli. 1. Impf. 3 fs. D^pri (We Now GASm D^p?) Am 9 10 calamity . . . shall not come in front about us (UHjB). 2. Pf 3 ms. sf. W'npn Jb 4 1 3 whohas anticipated me [God]? © Me Bi Bu confronted me (rdg. D^. for foil. D^KI); Du ^P/ji?? confronted him (the crocodile). T[D7)J, c. H loc. l.P!0"?j3 adv. eastward, to, toward, the E.;— Gn25° (J), Lv 1" 16 14 Nu 3 4 3 " ,5 Jos i 9 12 -' 3 (all P), 1 K f 9 =2 Ch 4 10 , 1 K 17 3 2 K 13 17 Ez 8 1 ' 16 ; + N, S, W, Gn 13" 28" (both J), Nu 2 3 3* io 5 (N, W, in ®), 34 10 (all P); also as n. after T#Q=E. side, Ex 27 13 38 13 (both P), + W Ez 45 7 (del. Co ; rd. Dip Berthol Toy Krae), + N, S, W, Nu 35 s Jos 18 20 so? ^35 i5 5 (allP). T[!"TO"Tp]ll.f. antiquity, former state ; — 1. antiquity, beginning, sf. itJTO"]!? Is 23 7 (of Tyre). 2. former state, sf. jncnp Ez 16 6555 , !2n»-ii5 v 55 ; pi. sf. D^nicip 36 11 . ' 3. cstr. sg. = conj.&e/*r>re(temp.; Aram.) e ]?B'r)p"!i3B>^i29 6 . ' D~ 1 9" T £-1 n " f " front > Ea8t ; — °"ly cstr - TO"!p as prep.: 1. in front of, over against (cf. jftjMG^diKKiw...^ Gn 2 14 (i.e. from standpoint of writer; really, on geogr. grounds, = W. of; yet v.Di' d - 6 ),4 ,6 (bothJ). 2. on the E. of, Ez 39 n ; 1 S 1 3 5 may be either. f 11. n*2~Ip n.pr.m. K«S(f)^a, son of Ishmael Gn 25"= 1 Ch i 31 .— 1. 'p v. [Dip]. "Hp n.m. Ho13 - 15 East, east wind;— abs. 'p Gn 4i 6 +; c. n loc. ncn|J Ez ii 4 + , npip 48 4 4- ;— tl. (apart from Ez) Hast, esp.'P(n) nn wind of the East, east wind, oft. as violent and scorching, from desert on SE., = Ar. sirocco {l^i, eastern), cf. Dr Am49 : Ex io 1313 (JE), 14" (J), Je i8 17 (sim.), Jon 4 s V 48 s ; also 'p {Tp^om.)=z east wind Gn4i°- 2357 (E), Hoi2 2 i3 15 Is 27 s Jbis 2 27 2 ' 38" ^ 78 28 .— TOHij Hb i* is dub., usu. eastward, i.e. forward, but text prob. corrupt, cf. We Now Da, GASm prop. D^PP (v. also [TO:pj P- '^9 su P r -)- 2. in Ez (52 t.): a. East 'pn nn east wind 17 10 19 12 2 7 M ; east side 42 16 ( + N, S, W); Jf "WJ^o 44 (+ N,S); 'P nm 47' 8 ,+W 4 8 6 - 7 - 8 , cf. v 1 ('p 'b □;n ; but rd. .TO 'B tjn 'p 'BO @ Co Toy al.), + N,S,W, v 16 ; 'pn fJJ 'i.e. toward the E. 40 10 + 7 t., 'pn 'TO 43=; ^ 40 23 eastward ( + N) 4 1 14 ; 'POP 4 2 9 on </* £W. b. I^ejol .• 'pn -]ti 4 o 6 ; npnp ^35 45 7 4 8 2 ' ( + W); nsa n 9Hi? 4 7 18 , + W 48 3 4- 8 t., + N, S, W, v 32 . c. as adv. npHp eastward n 1 44 1 47 1 ; +W45 7 (del. Berthol Krae), 4 8 19 , + N,S,W, v 1017 ; also CHiX?) easiwari 40 19 43 I7 46 ,12 47 1 - 3 , + N v 2 . tO^-ip n.[m.]pl. only'P fa}) Ju5 21 , meaning dub.; © A n.pr. Ka&rja-eifi, ©LKaSq/ifip; © B apaiu>v, so %, AV ancient river (lit. of antiquity), Bachm al.; Be al. of attach (cf. D"!iJ 1 a) ; v. further GFM Bu Now Cook 2 " 1 ' 8 " 1 - 2683 . t[pn"Tj5] adj. eastern; — fs. r)^iT njlCHpn Ez 47 s the eastern circuit. fL^JQIp adj. former, eastern (on format. v. Lag BN195 'Ba NB ' !227d );— abs. 'P 1 S 24 14 (Gi v 13 ), Jo 2 20 ; "Jto. Ez io 19 + ; mpl. trap-ip Jb 18 20 , D"3it3- Ez 38 17 ; fpl. ni>3bl? Is 43 >* Mai 3 4 ;— 1. former, ancient, 'p D*PJ Ez 38 17 former days ; 'P D»3f> Mai 3 4 (|| D^J> ^): fpl. as n., former tilings Is 43 18 (|| rtSWn); ms. as n. coll. Hr*? '3"]S0 1 S 24 14 a proverb of the ancients. 2. eastern: ofW Ez io 19 n l , DJ (i.e. Dead Sea) 47 18 and (opp. fnnNn &n) Zc 14 8 Jo 2 20 ; mpl. as n. Easterns, those oftlie E. (opp. W) Jb 18 20 (so Ew De Hi Di Bae Du ; Vrss earlier and later, so Da al. [both future], informer gener- ations [now in Sh e '61], and future).

11. Jfolp adj . gent. c. art. 'pn , as n.pr.coll. 

{Easterners}; — Gn 15 19 the Kadmonites (in list of peoples); tuvs KtKjicovalovs, ©L Kf8/ia)»aiour. tjlbtp n.pr.loc. in Beuben(Moab) KeS(a)- pwd, KaSrifxad, etc.; Jos i3 ,s , niD- 21 37 1 Ch6 M ; hence ritonp "I?"]?? Dt 2 26 of contiguous desert ; — 'p lay N. of upper Arnon ; not identified; Buhl G. gr.268 con j Umm-er-rasAs, c. 10 m. ENE. from Dibon (cf. Tristr»°' b,40ff - Bd ^ * 1 • 3(,898) ■ ,77 ). t^^TpIp n.pr.m. KaSp>)X, ©L KtS/i'v^; Levite name [El is the ancient one; cf. Sab. mpi>K DHM ZMG »«"'(K»).»r^ ; _Ezr 2 40 =Ne 7", Ezr 3 9 Ne9 4S io 10 12 824 . -rpnp

tthp npip T v . ii. mp. t I Jp vb. be dark (dull-coloured, cf. Ar. jil be dirty (on i=n v. No"""" 0886 '- 729 ); NH Hiph. (of face) shew gloom; X 3 IIP be dark); — Qal Pf. consec. Tip] Mi 3 6 ; i s. Wpj Je 8 21 , etc.; Pt. nip ^35" + ; pi. DnVp Jb'5 1 ' e 1 ";— 6e dark, of sky Je 4** (leaden-coloured, as with clouds, v. Hithp.), of sun and moon Jo 2 10 4 15 ; fig. of lack of revelation from '», tf*J B"*lnj 1>1 Mi 3 s ; of turbid stream Jb 6 16 ; fig. of mourning (prob. be squalid, of neglected person and dress of mourner, cf. 2 S 1 9 2i ) Je 8 21 1 4 2 (Yyfo, metaph. of gates) ; Jb 5 n 30"("fD ^?),^35"38 7 42 10 43 3 - Hiph. . darken: Pf. 1 s. consec. ^"HP'T Ez 32' (obj. stars), cf. Impf. 1 s. sf. t!?V B3TflJ 32 s . . ccmse to wiomto fi3ai> vby -"HptO 31 16 . Hithp. Pf. 3 pi. D'ay rnpnn rj4?^rn 1 k 18 45 and the heavens grew dark with clouds. tj-fi"np_ n.f. darkness, gloom; — B^K V Cf%# Is 50 3 (cf. V, Je 4 28 1 K 18 45 ; || pB>).' •JVIflftp adv. as mourners ; — Mai 3 14 . t*V^5 n.pr.gent. {swarthy ? Mac&-tented l); Kr)8ap : 1. tribe of nomads in Arab, desert Is 21" 42" (c. vb. fem.), 60 7 , Je 2 10 49 28 - 28 Ez 27"; 'p-"?.3 Is 2 1 17 ; 1? bnK f 120 5 Cti s (made of black goat-skins J a cob Bedu """ lleben<2> ' 41 or black woven stuff Doughty Ar * b - D "'- 224f -; sim. of swarthy hue). 2. ancestor of 1, son of Ishmael, Gn 25"=:! Ch i 29 .— Cf. As. Kidru COT "*" Plin NH '" ™Cedrei; also Sab.'tribe- name lip Hal 623 (cf.DHM ZMG """ (188S) - 14 ). tp~l"ip n.pr. of wady just E. of Jerusalem (Thes. lurbidus);—V ^nj 2 S 15 23 iK 2 37 ; usu. as place for refuse 1 K i5 ,3 =2Ch 15 16 , 2 K 23 6<ils 2 Ch 20' 6 30 14 , Je 3 1 40 ; so 'p nto-iB* 2 K 23 4 ; Ki&fmv; cf. R b phJ, - Geo « I ' e711 - Buhl " 081 - 93 TJJPal. 3(18»S),94 tu Jp ( -/of foil. ; poss. orig. idea of separa- tion, withdrawal (Baud stud,en - "No LCB M,r - *• 1879 ' 361 Eg s«n.L«o i snd«d.i S o). NH=BH; Ph. trip holy, BHpD sanctuary; As. kaddSu 11. 1, cleanse (Meissn Sup,>1 - 94 ), also kadislu, hierodule conse- crated to IStar (cf. AJerem ,Idub * rS9 '); Ar. Jlis n.pr.mont. (No 1 "- RS PropbT - ! '- 9 ); in Ar. other- wise under infl. of Heb., so Eth.; cf. % EHp in der. spec, and deriv., Syr. A^a consecrate, etc.; Palm. BHP id.; Aram. KBHp, Ui* (ear- or nose-) ring, (orig. holy thing, No 1-0- ); — on whole subj. v. Baud No BS (reff. above), also HPS r™.b.a CT . U8 i. M8 «.. diff fr Qnn y GFM Ja. p.* . .< CTTP n.m. apartness, sacredness (opp. V 1 469 i t Vn Lvio l0 -)-4 t. Ez);— abs. 'p Ex 3 5 +; BHip Dn ii 30 ; cstr. EHp Ex 30 M +; sf. 'Bhp Lv 20 8 +, etc.; pi. Q'^ Ex 29 37 + , D'BHijin 26 M +; cstr. 'BhiJ Lv 22"+ ; sf. fyfc Ez aa*+ 3 t., T^15 tDt 1 2 s6 , VBnp t: Nu s' 10 ' 2 K i2 19 , VEHijJ t2 Ch 15 18 , etc.; — 1. apartness, sacred- ness, holiness, of God : a. of divine activity, syn. majesty, BHp3 (of victory), Ex 15" (song) itV 68 18 77 14 ; 15 jrhj My ar»» Is 52 10 V 98'. b. to attest his word as inviolable 'p3 y3Bb Am 4 2 V, 89 s8 ; cf. T nrn Je 23 9 , 'P -m ^, 105 42 . 0. of his name as sacred, inviolable, separate from all defilement, etc. : 'E'lp, DB/ Lv 20 3 2 2 9 - 32 (P), Am 2 7 1 Ch i6 10M 29 ,6 '-|- 9 t. Ez, 5 t. W; 'P ~ty. f 3° 5 =97 12 ; and so d. iBHp (JTi his holy Spirit Is 63 1011 , cf. ^51". 2. of places set apart as sacred by God's presence : ta. heavenly abode ; 'p jijjo Dt 26 15 Je 25 30 Zc 2 17 2 Ch 30 27 f 68 6 ; 15 ?3»g Mi i 2 Hb 2 20 Jon 2 68 V'li 4 ; 15 OHO f 102 20 ; 15 ^3J Is6 3 15 ; 15 'DC? V' 20 7 'p KD3 47 9 ; iehpj 150 1 . ' tb. on earth : 'P IVj* Ex 3 s (E), cf.' Jos 5 15 (JE) 2 Ch 8"; DNI^N 'p in Ez 28 14 (cf. p. 249 b). 0. (only P and Ch) the tabernacle and its courts Ex 40 9 Nu 3 C8 + ; tabernacle by itself Ex 38 s4 Lv io 4 + ; court Lvio 1718 + (so D'BHpn &hp fNu i8 10 ); the outer room (specific designation ; 'pn) Ex 26 33 28 29 + ; inner room Lv4 6 1 6 2 +, but specif, design. D'BHpn EHp Ex 26 33 - 34 1 Ch6 M ; 'pn b$ shekel of the sanctuaryEx 30 l3 + 24 1. P. d. the temple and its precincts 2 Ch 29' Dn8 ,3 +; '? ^ Is 43 28 1 Ch 24 s ; S&-$3 "On f 6o 8 = 108 8 (oracle; al. by his holiness, as 'BHpa 'njDBb 89 s6 ), temple by itself 2Ch29 5 ; t'P(H) JV3 Is64 10 i CI129 3 ; +iB»np !»yg f 5 8 = i 3 8 2 , 79'; 'pn outer room 1 K 8'°=2 Ch 5"; courts of priests EZ42 14 44 27 - 27 ; t > E'npnnxnIs62 9 ; inner room Ez 41 2123 , specif. +1BHP T3-=I ^ 2 8 2 ; tBHp ttthfn 1 K 6 16 7 50 8 6 2 Ch 3 8 - 1 * 4 M 5 7 Ez 41 4 ; t'pn ni3^!) Ez 42" 44" 4 6 19 (v. n2B>i> 1 c). te. Jerus. and its hills: leap Dlpo Ezr9 8 /pn Tj; Is 4 8 2 52 1 Ne ii'-» TEhp 'j> Dn 9 24 , 'p(n) in Is n 9 + 6 t. Is 23 , Je 31 23 Ez 20 40 Jo 2'4 17 Ob 16 Zp 3" Zc 8 3 Dn 9 16 - 20 n 45 +6 t. -f^; 15 ta{ ^78", 'P ,- ?^ n 87 1 prob. also no 3 , 'p of city and suburbs in Mess, future Je3i 40 J04' 7 . Cf. f. Bhp(n) of Zion Ob 17 ^2o 3 2 4 3 63 3 68*, D'ehp 'p uh?

una Ez43 12 ; T> iTO Ex 15" of Zion (or Shiloh). g. of holy land'Zp 3 4 , 'pn noiK Zc 2 16 , yn? ny Is 64'; future portion of priests 'p Ez45 u 4- 11 t. Ez; D'BHp Bhp Ez 45 s 48' 2 ; of Levites (Tip Ez 48". 3. things consecrated at sacred places : a. furniture of tabern. +D , Bhp(n) {Tip E X3<5 io.29 NU4 4 "; a ltar of burnt-offering Ex 2o 37 40 10 Dn9 54 ; 'pn pitt 2 CI135*. b. sacri- fices of animals Nu 18' 7 Ez 36** 2 Ch 29 s3 ; sacrificial food Lv 2 1 22b Nu5 i '+ ; tCEHp^l) trip Lv 2 s.io 6 io.i8.!K 7 i.« I0 «.w I4 i3 Kui8" (all P), Ez

1 ' 13 2Ch 3 i 14 Ezr 2 63 = Ne 7 K ; tithe was 

BHp Lv 2 7 30 + ,ako first loaves of new harvest Lv 23 s0 ; fruit of trees of 4th year Lv 19 24 . c. any consecrated thing : || vows Dt 1 2 M Pr 20 25 -f, house Lv 27", field Lv 27 2123 ; treasures conse- crated to treasury of tabern. or temple Jos 6" (E) 1 K 7 M + ; consecrated things in gen. Ex 2%™ (P), Ez20 40 22 s +; these may be tBHp D , Bnp(n) Ez44 13 , so 0-

Lv 2 7 28 . d. anointing 

oil of priest Ex 30 s25 + 5 t. (P), yfr 89 21 ; incense Ex 30 3537 , tfvh? 'p v 36 ; shew-bread 1S21 6 , 'p(n) trip Lv2 4 9 cf. 2I 22 * (P); foretold of common articles, '»& 'p Zc 14 20 ' 21 . On D'BHpn 'p v also Di E,26,S3 Lv21,22 We Compl6<>1 ' Dr Dn9M 4. persons sacred by connex. with sacred places : a. priests Lv 2 1 6 2 Ch 2 3 s 3 1 18 Ezr 8™, garments of priesthood Ex28 24 +7 t.Ex,Lvi6 4 ' 32 Ez42 14 , specif, of h. priest 'p rurD Lv i6 4 ,'pn 1JJ Ex 29 s 39 30 Lv 8 9 ; inscription on head piece niHv EHp Ex 28 s6 39 s0 . b. of Israel, '"h trtp Je 2 3 , niW IBHp^ f 114 2 , Knp(n)DyIs62 12 Dni2 7 , ^B^p D5? Is63 ls ; trip(n) jnt Is6 13 Ezr 9 s ; Bhp ^K Ex 22 30 (R), and so spoil for their use Is 2Z n holy adornment 'p rVVin 1 Ch 16 29 2 Ch 20 21 + 29 s 96 s ; I? nnn ^ 1 io 3 ' (but rd. T$ see 2 e ; "Hn 1) ; covt. between God and his people 'p JVO Dn 1 1 2830 - 30 . 5. times consecrated to worship: n3B> Ex 16 23 31 1416 35 s (P) Ne 9 14 ; of T8& also 'p DV Is 58' 3 ; disting. fr. me> Ne 10 s5 ; i>3V Lv25 12 (P); assembly called at stated times for worship 'p (>)xnpo Ex i2 1616 4- 17 t. LV23 Nu 28 (all P). t6. of things and per- sons ceremonially cleansed, and so separated as sacred; things 1 S21 6 ; flesh Jen 15 Mai 2"; priests cleanse thus, 1 Ch 23 1328 ; brb tTlp(n) pa Ez 22 M 42 20 44 s3 ; bnn pa 'pn P3 Lv io 10 ; ^ 'pn Is 35 s way of the clean ; 'p D3T 1Kb ty i 34 2 ; -niN? ijpap ^ 9 f.—Note : vip rnrie Dt ' is lit. from myriads of sacredness, sacred myriads; but || suggests n.pr.loc, © avv nvpui- aiv KaJijf , < BHP, "a^BD from Meribah Kadesh Di Buhl Steuern.; or ((•? om.) to M. Kadesh ^y e Frol. 364; 3rd ed. 369; Hilt. SM. y _ gj-jp an( J J) r I». tttfilp adj. sacred, holy; — abs. 'p Ex io ! + ; ^P, Ex2 9 31 + ; cstr. K^P Is i 4 + ; trip Is 49 r + 2 t.; sf. "Bnp Hb i 12 ; Wlp Is io 17 49 7 D3B>hp Is 43 13 ; pi. D^np Ho I2 l + 2 t., D'EHp Lvii 44 +i6t.; sf. VBhp Dt33 s V' 34 10 > •V" 1 ? Jb I5 1S ; — 1. of God, as separate, apart, and so sacred, holy : a. exalted on theophanic throne Is 6 3 - 3 - 3 , ^ 2 2 4 ; heavenly throne Is 57 15 ; in victory 5 16 1 S 2 2 ^ 99 3 (||N"jiJ), v 59 ; KTfa) 'P iOB* 1 1 1 9 . b. separate from human infirmity, impurity, and sin : Jos 24 19 (E), 1 S 6 20 Hb i 12 ; ■ON BTlp »3 Lvii 4445 19 2 20 26 2 1 8 (H); E>np ^pp2 Hon 9 ; 5w**3 'p Ez 39 7 . c. tfftp 7SOtr = divine name (originating fr. trisagion, Is6 3 ) Is i 4 5 1924 io 20 12 6 17 7 29 19 30 111215 31'; Is 2 4I*"" 43 3 " 45" 47 4 48 17 49 7 54 s 55 5 60 914 elsewhere only 2 K i9 22 =Is 37 s3 , Je 50 29 51 s ^ 7 1 22 78 41 89 19 ; apjp 'p Is 29 13 , iennp io 17

7 , B3t?np : 4 3 l; 

B^

25 Hb 3 3 Jb 6" 

pi. intens. D't^np Ho 12 1 Pr 9 10 30 3 . 2. a. of place, sacred, holy, chambers of priests Ez 42 13 , camp of Isr. Dt 23 15 , + Dno of heaven Is 57 1S (but of '» Du Ry, and [rdg. 'p3 as holy, 2 essent.] Klo Che Marti); in foil. (oft. defect.) pointing dub., rd. prob. trip 2 : 'p D(l)p» of the court of tabernacle, Ex 29 31 Lv 6 919M f io 13 16 24 24 s (P), of Jerusalem Ec 8 10 ; V.SfP 'P p'^jj <^46 5 ; IxS'n 'p 65 s . b. persons: priests Lv2i 7 - 8 Nui6 i,7 (P), Aaron ^ 106", Levites 2 Ch 35 3 , prophet 2 K 4 9 , Nazirite Nu 6 s - 8 (P), Isr. 'p i» Ex 19 6 (E), 'p DJ? Dt f 14 221 26 19 28 9 ; >~l*15Jn~P3 Nu 16 3 (P); remnant in Jerus. Is 4 3 ; D"Bhp sacred Lvn 4445 19 2 20 726 21 6 Nu 15 40 ; CKHp sacred ones, saints Dt 33' (song), + 16 3 34 10 Dn 8 24 . c. angels, f 8 9 68 Jb 5 1 I5 1S Zc 14 5 Dn 8 1313 . d. ffBhp D'O Nu 5 17 holy water, e. time ("6) 'p Q'l'n Ne 8 910 ";

  • tyinp Is 58 13 , of Sabbath.— (Cf.BAram. t?^P).

ttt,Hp vb. denom. be set apart, conse- crated ^Gerber"" 8 ");— Qal Pf. 3ms. 'p Ex 29 21 ; sf. TW~® Is 65 s ; 3 mpl. ^ Nui7 2 ; /mp/. 3 ms. BHp? 1 S 2 1 6 ; B'lp? Ex 29 s7 + , etc.; — 1. be set apart, consecrated, hallowed, of shew-bread 1 S21 6 (dub. passage, but cf. esp. KS S„n.l.436; 2n ded.455[- algoDr Sm.293-j )WnopropB ;- : ,p^. Aaron and his sons by blood Ex 29 21 (P); other persons Is 65 s (Di ; but Pi. Gei HS 8 ""- 1 - 431 ^" 1 - 451 Che Du Buhl). 2. be hallowed, by con- tact with sacred things, and so tabooed from Vftp

XCTtp profane use, or forfeited to sanctuary Ex 20, 37 30 29 Lv 6 liM Nu 17" (P), Hg 2 12 . 3. con- secrated, tabooed (supr.) Dt 2 2 9 (law against mix- tures). Kiph. Pf 3 ms. Vft$ Is 5 16 Ex 29", etc.; Imp/. 3 ms. rjRl Nu 20 13 ; 1 s. I^R(J Lv - ; /«/. cs<r. sf. Vyg} Ez 36 s3 38 16 ; oneself sacred, majestic: c. ? pers . shew +W Ez Ex 29" (P). 2 9 133 « 3 o 30 4O " 28 25 36 s3 38 16 39 s ; c. 3 Is 5" 1 Ez Z8 23 , cf. Nu 20 13 (P). 2. ie honoured or treated as sacred ||T133Lvio 3 (P); opp.Dt}'^nLv22 32 (P). . be consecrated, dedicated, by '< 1133 Ex 29" (P). Pi. Pf. 3 ms. KHp Nu 6" 1 K 8 M , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. t?lp? Qn 2 3 + , etc.; Imv. ms. E>1p Jos7 13 ; "Pip Ex 1 3', etc.; 7n/.cs<r.C5'ipEx29 1 -|-, etc.; i J «. BhpO Ex 37 s9 ; sf. tMBnpt? Ex 31"+ , etc.; — 1. s«< apart as sacred, consecrate, dedi- cate : a. places : Sinai Ex 19 23 (J), altar, etc., Ex 29 36 - 37 30 29 (P), tabern., etc. Ex 40 91011 Lv 8 io.n.is Nu yw ( P ). tent of m eeting Ex 29" (P); place of sacrifice 1 K 8 H =2 Ch 7'; gate Ne 3 11 ; — Ez 7" v. BHpf? infr. b. wave-offering c. persons: priests Ex 28 311 Lv8 i2.3o. fi rst born Ex I3 2 (P); keepers of ark 1 S 7 1 . fd. 7th day (by God) Gn 2 3 Ex 20" (P). 2. observe as holy, keep sacred : feasts, Sabbath Ex20 8 =Dt5 ,2 (Decal.), Je 17 222427 Ez 20 20 44 24 Ne if 2 ; fast Jo i 14 2"; year of Jubilee Lv 25 10 (P); so bvib tngg 2 K io 20 . 3. honour as sacred, hallow : a. God Dt32 51 ,hisnameEz36 23 . b. priest Lv 2 1 8 (H). . consecrate by purification : a. places, house of' 2 Ch 2 9 5 -' 717 , altar nNDtSD, Lvi6 19 . b. people DJjn Jos 7 13 (J), Ez 44 19 46 20 ; by wash- ing Ex 19 1014 (E); bnp for fast Jo 2 16 ; Nazirite Nu 6" (P), sons of Job Jb i 6 ; family for sacrif. 1 S 1 6 5 . c. war, or warriors, fr. custom of open- ing campaign by sacrifice, (.-5?) '""??!"? T Je 6 4 Jo 4 9 Mi 3 6 ; Je 22 7 5i 2728 . d. of God, keeping his people pure and sacred : BHpD ffltt* "OK Ex 3 i 13 Lv 20 9 2i 8isa 2 2 916:B (H), Ez 20 12 37 28 . Pu. Pt. SPIp? Ez 48", etc.; — consecrated, dedicated: priests 2 Ch 26' 8 Ez 48" (rd. pi.), things 2 Ch 31 6 , feasts Ezr3 5 , warriors Is 13*. Hipb. Pf. 3 ms. B»ipn Zp i 7 +, etc.; Impf. WW. Lv 27 16 + 4 t., Pip! Lv 27", etc.; Imv. sf. DB>1pn Jei2 3 ; Inf. abs. W?i><l Ju 17 3 ; cstr. 5?np'n 2Ch2 3 + , etc.; Pt. B^PP Lv27 16 + , etc. 1. set apart,devote,consecrate : a. places, temple 2 Ch 2 3 , city Jos 20 7 (P). b. things Ex 2^ Lv 22 2 - 3 (P) 2 K 1 2 19 1 Ch 23 13 2 6 26 - 27 - 28 - 28 Nei2 47 - 47 ; money Jui 7 33 ; spoil 2S8""=iCh i8 u ; field Lv 27 16171819 ' 22 (H); house Lv 27 I418 (H); firstlings Dt 15 19 (D) Lv 27^ (H). c. of God : consecrate temple 1 K 9 3 - 7 = 2 Ch 7 1620 ,

Ch 30 8 36"; prophet Je i s ; firstborn Nu 3 15 

8 17 (P); devote wicked (as sheep) for sacrifice Je 12 3 . 2. regard, or treat, as sacred, hal- low: God Is 8 13 2 9 2323 ;-|- , '?. , J^ pers. Nu 20" 27 14 . 3. consecrate by purification : vessels 2CI129 19 ; persons for passover 30 17 ; guests for sacrif. feast Zp 1 7 (God subj.). Hithp. Pf. 1 s. ""fiprin Ez 38 s3 , 2 mpl. (consec.) OR^- Lv 1 1 44 20 7 , 3 pi. IBHpnn 2 Ch 5 11 30 17 , etc.; Impf 3 ms. Vh&V 2 Ch 2 9 34 + ; «?1pJT Exig 22 ; Imv.mpl. &$$) Nu 1 1 ,8 + ; IBHpYiri Jos 3 s ; Inf. cstr. BHpnn 2 Ch

s4 ; "&lPJvi*is 30 29 ; Pt. fs. nfjpno 2 S n 4 ; 

pi. D'Enpnp Is 66 17 ; — 1. keep oneself apart from unclean things Lv 1 1 44 20 7 (P). 2. of God, cause himself to be hallowed, O'fQ , 3 , J/|' Ez 38 s3 . 3. be observed as holy, of feast Is 30 29 . 4. consecrate oneself by purification, of priests and Levites Ex 19 22 (J), 1 Ch 15 1214 2 Ch 5" 29 s 15 - 34.W 30 3.i5.24 3I i8 35 6. of p e0 pi e n u XI i8 Jos 35

13 (J) 1 S 16 s 2 Ch 3 o 17 Is 66 17 ; woman 2 S 

1 1 4 site liaving (just) purified /jerse 7 / fi^NDED IIS*- 276 Dr HPS. fi.ttHp n.m. temple-prostitute (man) (cf. RS Froph.i 1 .>iT.. j and v Ag gub V);— 'P Dt 23 18 ; coll.iKi4 !4 22 47 ; pl.D , ? i lPi5 ,2 2K23 7 Jb36 14 ; also f. nEhp (woman) Dt23 18 ; pi. niehp H04 14 ; =harlot,}s. Gn 3 8 21 - 2l:s (J). T!?1p n.pr.loc. (sanctuary) KaSrjs : 1. in Galilee Jos 20 7 2 1 32 (P), 1 Ch6 61 ; Naphtali Jos 19 s7 (P), 'briM 'p Ju4 6 ; = tf|5 alone Jos 12 22 (D ; with king) ; Ju 4 910 + v" (where poss. different place on sea of Galilee, v. GFM JU " 7 - 1I9 ), also2Ki5 M ; TelAm. Kidsi; Eg. #<#e WMM ^ u. Eur. m, 217 . rao d. Kades, N W. of Lake Huleh ; v. Eob BB11L366ff - Survey wpl226,r - Buhl ""*'*". 2. K«8(£ : city of refuge in Issachar 1 Ch 6 57 = fF&> J0S21 28 ; poss. Tel Abu Kudeis [Survey WP 169 ], c. 2 miles SE.fromZeywn (Megiddo) : cf. Buhl G TO1! r.2l» 3 Ka8r]s . in g J udah . J os t g23 (P) ( = 11. BHp T 1 ? if so, then Mass. distinction from #1p in N. was here neglected). •fn. ©7p n.pr.loc. (sacred; but perh. orig. E^.P, and pointing artif. to disting. fr. 'p in N); — 1. Ka8r,s: inS.of Judah Gn 16" (J), 2o'(E), in HNS 13T? Nui 3 M (P), specif. ?V '» 20 1 33 s6 , cf. B»np 'D f 29 s ; on W. border of Edom Nu 2o' 6 (E), 33 37 (P). cf. 2o' 4 (E), v 22 (P), Ju 1 i 1S17 (hence Hob™"' 175 94 sought it at 'Ain Weibeh, in W. of Arabah); long abode of Isr. during Exod. Dt i 46 ; 'P ri3np ^ Nu 27 14 (cf. 20 1 - 13 ), Dt 32 s1 (P), Ez 47' 9 (rd. nanD), 4s 28 , cf. Dt 33 2 (v>?padfm.): cf. B|?P flf Gni 4 7 ; ssW&ty (meaning of 3 unknown ; © K. (rot) 0afw>)) ; — Nu 3 2 8 (J), Dt i 21 » 2" 9 s3 Jos 10 41 i4 6 (D), Nu 34 4 Josi5 3 (P); — mod. 'Ain Kadis (Kudais, ,jjj>'xi), c. 50 miles S. of Beersheba, JKowlands (1842) v. GWillianis HollC " J -* 64t , and especially HCTrumbull (1881) "»««*»«»-.»»-»>. 2. Hittite capital on the Orontes, N. of Damascus, towards Hamath (Eg. Kds, Kdiu, Kdse, WMM A^n.Eur.2i3«.._ 2 g 24" @L We Dr Kit Bu Lcihr, rdg. n^Ti? D'nnn yy& for MT ^"in own 'n (D°nnn already Hi G,J * h - ,8r -'- 29 ; ^ Th, rf$ Klo, of KHp in Napht.); HPS doubts.

hn? XOT- . 111. sacred place, sanc- tuary;-^ Ex 2 5 8 +; KJ-Ji?0 15' 7 (Ges* 20 " Ko "•'•«'); cstr.enppLvie 33 -^; sf. , ?nppLv20 3 4-, etc., Vjnpp Nu i8 29 (Ko lu ' 97 ); pl.D^POEz2i 7 , cstr. "E'ipP Je5i 51 +2 t; sf. '•BHpD LV2I 23 ; Dn^IPP Ez 7 24 (on anomalous pointing v. Ew 5215a Hi-Sm; but prob. Pi. Pt. was in mind, Q es S9sooAnm.. < rd- Dn<eNj3D); etc.;— 1. old Isr. sanctuaries: of* at Shechem Jos24 26 (E); prob. also Ex 15 1 ' (i.e. Shiloh); pi. of sanct. to be destroyed by '< Lv 26 31 (H) ; ty "enpp in N. Isr. Am 7°; ^P'K^PP v 13 (Bethel). 2. of the nations : Moab Is 1 6 12 pi. of Tyre Ez 2 8 18 (Co Toy [not Berthol Krae] read IBhjJ thy sanctity). 3. tabernacle and its precincts Ex25 8 (P) + ; Bnpn eJIpJD LV16 33 , pi. 21 23 . 4. temple and precincts' i Ch 22 19 Is6 3 18 ^ 7 4 7 + ; D^PP n<3

Ch 3 6' 7 , wan enpn Ez 4 8 21 , '» [too Dn8"; pi. 

of many sacred places in and about the temple,

  • JV3 , B"jI?pJe5i H ; ^ ^IPPf 73". Doubtful

are : TB^JPPP ^ 68 36 (@ fV tois <Wotj airoC ; 33 de sancluario; SS I^PP); D^PP Ez 21 7 (® Co Berthol Buhl DBnpP; Toy Krae n-BHpp ; ||pj^n*); EHpp^> E^ppi Ez45 4b (Co, after ©, BBnjj5> ip_E>p [ ; ro!>] ; Toy D^Jtjj* p*??|>3. cf. Krae Bh?9^). 5. '1 will become "®b for his people Ez ii" (Br" P268 ), so appar. Is8 14 (but gloss Du Che Bl " Marti; Lag ^ '• 16 t?i?P i.e. stumbling-block [he cp. Syr. uloj sirt'&e]). 6. of '<'s future sanct., D^j6 D3W3'e EZ37 26 - 28 .— (wpp) ienpp-m (tafirpBD) Nu 18 29 ew <Ae hallowed part thereof AV B.V, but this not the meaning of 'o ; Ew' 2550 assumes EHpP* in this sense; < rd. terft (v. Vftp 3 d), P being dittogr. t[nJlp] vb. be blunt, dull (NH id.; Aram. Knp, 1 )^); _ Qal Impf. 3 fpl. n:»npn Je 3i W3 ° Ez 18 2 (all of teeth). Pi. in sense of Qal : Pf. 3 ms. nnp Ec 10"' if the iron be blunt. t[fpnp] n.[m.] bluntness (Lag 8 " 201 );— rd. perh/cstr. JVnp Am 4 6 (for jvp? ; v. ?i"i??). /Hp (/of following; cf. Sab. bnp, jbnp assembly, congregation DHM zua " I(,876) ' 685 Horn cbrest.1 27 . Saho kahal, come together, assemble Reinisch SlhoSpr - 210 ; Syr.^^iS assemble, ChrPal. )Jo»a,XaT 123 ' , congregation ; — abs. 'p Je 3i 8 + ; cstr. ?Hp Ex i2 6 + ; sf. ^/?P Ez 38 13 , etc.; pi. sf. T^P Ez 38'; — 1. assembly specially convoked : fa. for evil counsel, || *11D Gn 49 s (poem) ; D*jnO 'p f 26 s ; for civil affairs Pr 5 14 (v. Toy), 26 26 Jb 30 23 (Di publice). b. for war or invasion, Nu 2 2 4 (E), Ju 20 2 2 1 5 - 8 1 S 1 7 47 Ez 16 40 3 8 7 (pi. only here), 4- 8 t. Ez ; bm 'p (|| 3n ^n) Ez 38 15 ; 31 'p (|| i>™ Wl) if 3s 4 ; ITOI 'P Je5° 9 ; D^DV 'p Ez 23 s4 32 s . C. company of returning exiles, Je 3 i 8 Ezr 2 64 =Ne 7 60 . d. for religious purposes, to hear words of ^ at Horeb Dt 5 19 , 'pn DV3 Dt 9 10 io 4 (gloss, not in ®), i8 16 ; word of Jer. Je 26 17 44 15 ; for feasts, fasts and worship

Ch 20 5 3 o 25 - 23 Ne 5 13 Jo 2 16 f io7 32 ; 3T 'P 22 26 

+ 4 t.; 1NP 3-6 'p . . . 1BDN»1 2 Ch 3 o 13 ; ^HJ 'p 1 K 8 65 = 2 'Ch 7 s ; 'p(n) 1WO 2 Ch 20" f 22 s3 . 2. congregation, as organized body: a. of Isr.: nvv 'pMi2 5 Nui6 3 20 4 (P), iCh28 8 ; ('^'PSVO Dt2 3 2 - 3 - 3 - 4 - 4 - 9 Nei3 l Lai 10 ; S>tnfe* 'p ^3 Dt 3 i 30 Jos8 33 (D)Lvi6 17 (P)iK8 1414 - 22 - 5S =2Ch6 3S - ,2 - ,3 )

K 12 3 1 Ch i 3 2 ; burton my 'p b Ex 12 6 (® 

rds.'-nbefore , t5':),Nui4 5 (P; ® avpaytoyi,; MT prob. conflation); 'pn DV bl LV16 33 ; 'pn fa Exi6 3 (P) iChi 3 4 4-i2 t. Ch; 'pn Lv 4 13 - 14 - 21 + 8 t. Nu (P), 8 t. 2 Ch. b. restored commu- nity in Jerus. Ezr io 1214 Ne 8 217 ; T^m '? Ezr 1 o 8 ; later the better part of it, D"'T l Dn 'p ^ 1 49 1 . C. of angels, Q s vhp 'p iff 89". -d. more gen.: company, assembled multitude, tFH 'p Gn35" (P), D"t2y 'p Gn 28 3 48 4 (P), tmn 'P Pr 21 16 . t [bnp] vb.denom.(Gerber 107f ) assemble as a brtp r ;— Niph. Pf. 3 mpl. &<$>} Est9 2 4-

t.; Impf. 3 ms. ?T^[ Ex 32 1 Je 26'; 3 mpl. 

>6nj*} 2 S 2o' 4 Qr (Kt in^p"1 , cf. HPS), etc.; Inf. cstr. brftP NU17 7 Est 8"; Pt. pi. vbnpi Ez 38 7 ; — assemble as a brp : 1. a. for conflict or war 2 S 20 14 (Qr ; v. supr.), Est 8" 9 2 ' 51618 ; c. TV pers. Ez 38', ace. loc. Jos 22 12 Ju 20 1 . b. rebellion, c. ^5? pers. Nu 16 3 17 7 20 2 (P), poss. A n^np

mp also EX32 1 (J; most, unto Aaron). 2. for religious purpose : to erect tent of meeting, ace. loc. Jos 18 1 (P); hear word of ' c. ?K loc. Lv 8 4 (P), 3 loc. + bx pers. Je 26'; for festival, b« pers. 1 K 8== 2 Ch 5*; b loc. 2 Ch 20 : Hiph. Pf. 2 ms. )?|>npn Ez 3 8' 3 , j^npni Nu 8 9 ; 3 mpl. ■&**$$ i ia ;'lmpf 3 ms. TH& jb 11 10 ; ^KWiK8 l =^nK2Ch5 2 ;bnip>iEx 3 5 1 +(Qal Impf. in t ace. to Ba NB "• ul ) ; pi. &$$ Nu 20 10 ; 7m». ms. ?npn Lv8 3 +, etc.; /n/ cstr. ^npn Nu 10'; — summon an assembly: 1. a. for judgment Jb n 10 . b. for war 1 K i2 21 = 2 Ch II 1 , EZ38 13 . 2. for religious purposes : c. ace. bni3n-nK Nu io 7 , + b* loc. 20 10 , c. ace. nnyn(-b) Ex 35 1 Nu 1 18 8 9 20 8 (P), + bx loc. Lv 8 3 Nu 1 6 l9 (P); c. ace. DVn Dt 4 i0 31"; 3r*W^| 1CI113 5 15 3 ; elders of tribes Dt 31 28 , of Isr. 1 K 8 1 = 2 Ch 5 2 ; princes of Isr. 1 Ch 28 1 . Triv'np n.f. assembly, congregation; — abs. 'p Ne 5"; cstr. njnp Dt 33 4 (poem). tn^nj?, (tiT^Trip Eci2 8 ) n.m. Eo1 ' 2 col- lector (of sentences), or (AV RV) preacher (concionator Jer. : tieicXr/a-iao-T^s © (member of an <7nXi)<ria); fern, either of office, Ges 1122r De Now Che, cf. rqsb Ezr 2 5i ; LLdi, Khalif; Germ. Majestat, Excellenz; or as in Ar. with intensive force, one realizing the idea in its com- pleteness (cf. icL»j£. great collector, jhilj deep investigator (formed like n^p), W*" 8 "-' v. Dr 1 ""' - '" 16 ; RVm great orator): hence either convener, or great collector (of sentences), cf. nteDK "65a Ec 12 11 , pan "nan Kxoi> 'p e»p3 v 10 (but kb kta, ' ,:!8 Dr ,c - al. speaker in assembly, Plumptre debater)); — 'p a king in Jerus., son of David, prob. = Sol., the pseudonym of book of Ec.rEci'ytappos.or^.calledDarmVf.v 10 ; 'p 1CX i 2 , 'pn 1CN 1 2 s + 7 s7 for MT 'p niDN. t rXTOnp n.pr. (assembly) station of Isr. in wilderness Nu 33 &23 (P); © MancWaS. f [TTTp'r] n.[m.] assembly, for worship, pi.: poss.' choirs, B^fflJO ^ 26 12 , H&QgG 68 w . TnT'r'pw n.pr. loc. (place of assembly); — station of Isr.inExod.Nu33 2i - 26 (P);©Ma^Xo)5. PHP n.pr.m. Kaad: son of Levi Gn46 u t ': 30 Ex 6 16 Nu 3 17 1 Ch 5 s7 6' 23", cf. Ex 6 18 Nu 2 6 M and TI? Nui6' 1 Ch 6 s3 ; 'P 'P.? Ex 6 ,8 + 4t.Ch; as a division of Levites Nu3 l929 + gt.; ninEB>n 'p '2 Jos 2I 2 "- 26 1 Ch 6 M , V 'a? nriSB-D v".— Van d. H. has nnp : Nu 3"+ 7 t. t^finp adj. gent, of foreg., c. art. 'pn as subst. coll.: 'pn (ni-) nriBBto Nu 26 s7 + 8 t,; 'pn »j$ Nu 4 s4 1 Ch 6 18 2 Ch 29' 2 ; pi. D'nripn Nu 10 21 and 'pn '33 2 Ch 20" 34 12 .— Van d. H. has (D)™^ Nu 3 s7 io 21 + 6 t. I. ip only in 1pJ> ip Is 2 8 1010 ' 313 , mimicry of Isaiah's words, perh. senseless, v. 1? p. 846. II. ip v. I. mp. Tyiipn.[m.] helmet (wordofpeculiarform, and dub. V; prob. foreign word ; cf. Eth. 'f'flO: turban, tiara, cowl, so Syr. j^Isui ; % NJQIp turban);— abs. 'p Ez 2 3 24 ; cstr. T&m jnip 1 S 17 13 .— Cf. als y3i3. Nip only in Wpp v. 11. flipD sub II. nip. t Dip, or Nip n.pr.terr. Kue in Cilicia (cf.KAT 2237 ); nipt? from Kue, for MT nipo 1 K io^and ||»PI? '2 Ch i 1616 ; soWkl A,t,e "- *»«"■ 173 Gr Benz Kit, cf. © « QtKout (also U Kw Field Hm """- 616 ), 33 de Coa, Ka>8 Lag " -- 273 , Jer Coa JJ ibid. Ill tl. [Hip] vb. wait for (prob. orig. twist, stretch, then of tension of enduring, waiting : As. ku'il 11, 1. wait, ki2, cord; Ar. <j,j> be strong, iji strength, also strand of rope ; Syr. woo endure, remain, await, juao threads, so 3! IMi? spider's threads, web); — Qal Pt. pi. <Aos«  waiting for (): cstr." 1 'IP ^37'; so Is 40 31 van d. H., and Kt Baer Gi (Qr «&); sf. $5 49 s3 , T?.P * 25 3 6 9 7 ; Wp La 3 s5 Qr (Kt tip, i.e. iVp). Pi. Pf. 3 fs. nrrtp yj, 130 5 ; 1 s. Wp Gn 49 ,8 + 5 t., WP. Is 5 4 , 'PI consec. 8 17 ; sf. 1W.P ^ 25 21 ; 3 pi. V P + 56 7 + , etc. ; /m/./ Wj^ Mi 5 « Jb 7 2 , juss. 1p^ Jb 3 9 , lp": Is 5 2 ' 7 , etc. ; /«»». ms. nip Hoi2 7 + ; 7n/.a6s. ^p^ 4 o 2 , Wp J e 8 ls 14" 1 ;— 1. waii, or look eagerly, for, c. ? rei Is 5" 59 911 Je8 1 ^I3 16 I4 19 Jb3 9 6 ,!, ; iny^ Gn4 9 18 ; c.acc. rei La 2 16 (sf.), Jb 7 2 30 26 ^ 39 s ; obj. rei om. Is64 2 ; sq. inf. Is 5 2 - 4 f 69"; abs. Jbi7 13 ; c.acc. Is26 8 (sf.), ^25"' (sf.), 40 2 ( + inf. abs.), 130 5 , ace. om. v 5 , ace. ICB* 1^52" (but rd. prob. njnx, Hi Che Bae al., v. III. mn); c. b of "» Is'8 17 ' 25 99 33 s 60 9 (but rd. prob. «i?: D'»>; ships s/(aZZsra</t€r(II.mp),soDuChe H, "Di-Kit Marti, cf. Skinner (also Luzz Gei Oort), Je 14 22 Pr2o K ; c.D^VbK Ho^ 7 ," 1 '^ Is 51 5 ^ 2 7 1414 37 34 . 2. He in wait for, sq. ^S3 j, §6 7 ; sq. b pers. ^ 1 1 9 95 ( + inf. purpose). 3. wait (linger) for c. b of man Mi 5 s (|| ?rvj). V

bv fn.lp n.m Zcl ' 16 line (cf. Ko lu - 40AnmS );— abs.1i?Ez47'+Zci 16 Qr(Kt nip), lp T Is34 17 + ; cstr. 1p_ 2K2i"+; — me&snr'mg-line (iTTO 'p Je 3 1 39 ): i K 7 2S (Qr; Kt nip, v. infr.) = 2 Ch 4 2 , Ez 47 3 ; for marking off a possession in land Is34 17 (fig.) ; esp. fy V nC3, in building, Jb 3 8 5 (fig. of earth), Zc i 16 (n^; || n#% so 'P *$ Je 3 1 39 (Qr; Ktmp); 'p HE J of designing idol Is 44 13 ; marking off for destruction, ?5 'p ntpj 2 K 2 1 13 Is 34 11 (Virnp), 'p ': La 2 8 ; so to Ijjb OBB>» Is 28".— Dip ^i9 5 (AV iter Zt'we, fig. of their domain) rd. prob. D?p their sound, Capp. 01 Che and now most. Is 1 8 2 - 7 v. lplp infr.; 28 1013 v. I. lp. tmp n.m. Kt=n. lp Qr ; abs. (ni|, or nip) Zc 1"; cstr. (mjj, or nip) 1 K 7 23 Je 31 s9 .

1(^2 (otIJ^R.^!?) «•[»•] might(?);— 

so read (ace. to most) for lp"lp, in phrase 'p *fa Is 1 8 2 - 7 i. e. a mighty nation (cf. Ar. ^j> strength ; v. (on redupl.) Ges 5123e ); >RV 'wwim^ w< ' conquered lands, lit. ' of line, line ' (11. If?). fi. mpn n.[m.] hope;— abs. '» 1 Ch 29 15 Ezr io 2 ; cstr. iu phr. bvOf) nipD, epithet of Jei4 8 17 13 , cf. 50 7 . f 1. [nlpn] n.f. cord (cf. Vad init.); — cstr. "?E>n (Bin) nipn Jos 2 MJl . fn. Hipn n.f. hope ;— abs. 'n Ho 2 17 + ; cstr. nipn 'Jb8 is + ; sf. Wpn 6 8 + , etc.;— 1. fto;;«, Je 3 i 17 La 3 M Jb 5 16 f ii"» 14 719 17 1 " i9 10 V'62 6 Pri9 18 26 12 29 a, Kui 1!! ; 'n nns Ho 2 i7. / nn vyc* 2c 9 12 (i.e. with hope of deliver- ance). 2. = ground of hope Jb 4 6 ty 7 1 5 (cf. 62 s ). 3. things hoped for, outcome, Ez 19 5 37" Jb 6 8 8 13 1 7 lsb (but rd. 'njto © Me Bi Siegf BeerBuDu), 27 s ^9 19 Pr io 28 1 1"» 2 3 18 24 14 (del. Toy as gloss); Til IVtng J e 29 11 (i.e. by hendyadis, the hoped-for future). fill. nlpJl n.pr.m. Qtope; cf. Lag B; " 31 ); — 1. father-in-law of Huldah 2 K 22 14 , Qeicovav, A@L e«(<c)o« (=nnpin 2 Ch 34 s2 Kt [Qr nn P r ?], KatfowiX, A BaKuvaB, ©L GfKtae). 2. post-ex. name Ezr io 15 , EX«ia, A©L GtKovt. f II. [Hip] vb. colleot (NH Hiph. col- lect); — Niph. be collected, Pf. 3 pi. *lp?l consec. Je 3 17 (of nations); Imj>f. 3 mpl. 'If?? Gn i 9 (P; of waters; both c. ?K loc); so prob. of ships (c. b pers.) Is 60 9 (for MT «j*), v. I. nip Pi. 1. j-n. [nipp] n.[m.] collection, collected mass (P);— cstr. nipt? Gn i ,0 (nipt? also v 9 , for QipD , ace. to © Ball),' Ex 7 ,9 Lv 1 1 36 , all of water. — 'D 1 K io 2828 = «?.p» 2 Ch i 16 {company of merchants ; drove of horses), v. nip. TnlpD n.f. reservoir; — Is 22". t': • nip v. nip-npe. t [tt'lp] vb. feel a loathing (|| form of PP q-v.);— Q&llmpf. 1 s. -»i? aip? V95 10 J felt a loathing at the generation. Niph. Pf.

mpl. consec. D? , ?.?3 EribpJI Ez 20 43 ye shall 

feel loathing against your faces (at yourselves), c. 3 rei, so 36 31 (?J? rei); metapl. (as if from LSD?) 3 pi. consec. BfpJK? 1I3JM1 Ez 6 9 fe rei, for 7$, + *? rei, for which Co 3 , Krae 3 or ^5?) ; also 3 fs. 3 'E'S? nop} Jb io'(as if from Dpj*; on both forms v. Ges'» e7dd - 72,id ). HithpS'l. id. Impf. r s. 3 DCipnS VM39 2 ' (We DOip"?); abs. nDDipnsi i i Q 158 .— Ez 16 47 v. tap • Jb 8 14 v. foil. T AT i V T ? T '. t [tOlp] dub. vb. intrans., assumed mng. break, snap (supposed to be akin to Ar. kS cut, cut off, pare, trim [whence Buhl assumes •v^DDp]), to account for Bip' Jb 8 14 , either as Qal Impf. 3 ms. whose hope snappeth; or as n. [m.] = fragile thing (|| ^335? TVa ; cf. Di Bu); prob.crpt.; DuBeer rd. DTP, Bu conj. BJP_ n.p [Aramaism for J*?p 'p]. zip (-/of foil.; As. Mm, spea&, call, cry (Tel Am. lament), Mlu, speech; Ar. JIj(j) say, j y word j Eth. «WV: sound, voice, and so Aram.

  • 6p, JL» ; Ph. bp voice, so NPun. bttp, sf. Ni>1p ;

SI 2 sound, voice; NH ?ip noise, ?ip n3=ec/*o). ^ip (sts., c. pref. et suff., H>) ^n.m. " 39 - 14 sound, voice;— abs. bp Gn4 lli + (^ n 27 s2 45"); cstr. bip 3 8 + &) Ex 19 16 , 'f'r 1 4 88 ); si-

  • fa 1 S 26 17 + , ^ip Ju i8 B +, etc. (^P Gn

22 18 , I^P Ex 3 18 , etc.) ; pi. (usu. of thunder) nVp Ex 9 23 +4t., T 20 18 (Gi v 15 ), nsbp iS 2 17 +5t.; — 1. sound: esp. a. of human voice Jos 6 10 2 K 7 10 ; in speech Gn 27 s " 2 1 Si 13 24 17 26 1717 ; recognized (T3n)v 17 Je 1 8 3 ; 'p nS) Ez

3 ;t2 ]>leasant of voice, cf. Ct 2 1414 8 1S ; in sing- 

ing Ex 32 18 2 S 19 36 Is 52 s , calling Ju 9', shouting Ex 3 2 17 1 S4 66 1 Ki 40 Ezr3 13 , rejoicing J e 7 34.M.34.34_ T g9 2 glO jjU pra ; se ^, 6fi 8 2 6? J 2 10 , laughter Je 30 19 , weeping Gn 2 1 16 Ju 2 4 1 S 1 1 4 Ru i 9 -' 4 Ezr 3", outcry Gn 3 9 1S l8 1 S 4 14 Je 8 19 , distress, lament Je 9 18 Ez 27 30 Zc n 3 yjr 102 6 , tthnp

Dip supplication ^ 28 2 - 8 31" 86 6 ; adv. inx 'P with one voice Ex 24 s 2 Ch 5 13 , 7Ni 'p loud voice 2 S 15™+ (cf. '3 'pa Gn 39" 1 S 28 ,2 +), 01 9 + Dt 27 14 ; 'P KBO Gn 21" + (v. KtM 1 b( 5 )), 'P D""5n 39 15 + (v. Din Hiph.); on 'p as inde- pend. nom., sq. subj. + vb. of calling ^3 S 27' 142' v. Ges J144m . b. of '< Gn3 810 Is 6 9 Ex 19" 1 K 19" Mi 6 9 Ez 10 5 (cf. also 2 b) + ; adv. ^"13 'p Dt 5" Ez 9 1 ; Hf] TODI 'p 1 K 19" c. of seraph Is 6 4 . d. of angel Dn 8 16 (DlN'p i.e. in human speech, cf. Bev); ViIR 'p I0 6.9.9 e _ f an ; ma i s : bleating of sheep 1 S 15", lowing of cattle v 14 Je 9', neighing of horses 8 16 , roaring of lion Am 3* Je 2 15 +, hissing of serpent 46 s2 (in sim.), singing of birds Na 2 8 Zp 2 14 Vri04 12 Ct 2 12 Eci2 4 . f. exclamation, at beginning of cl., a sound of. ../=hark/ Gn4 10 Is 13 4 40 s 52 s Je 4 15 io 22 50 28 Ct 2 8 5 2 (Ges> 146b ). 2. sound : a. of instrument, esp. tSt^n) 'p Ex 9 16 20" (Gi v ls ) Am2 ! iKi" + , *>« ntaspq 2 Ch 5 13 ,-to3 Ez «6 M , 3JW Jb 2 1 12 ; of D'Jbp on high priest's robe Ex 28 35 . b. thunder-clap or peal (cf. Dr 1 S I2 17 ), '» b>S? (or ^ip) Am I 2 Is SO^'Jeio'^si 16 , J02 11 4 16 f I 8 14 =2S22 14 , ^2 9 "- 7 - 9 46 7 Jb 3 7 4 (cf. iS7 10 ^77 ,S19 io 4 7 ),so esp. pi. abs. (v.supr.)tEx9 23 - 2 "

(Gi 

v 15 ), 1 S7'° i2 1718 Jb28 M = 3 8 25 . c. nvil^ip 1 K 1 4 6 cf. 2 K 6 s2 , and (prob.) Gn 3 8 ; also Hnyir(n) 'p 2S5 24 = 1 Ch 14 15 ; of runners 2 K 1 1 13 2Ch23 12 . d. stamping of hoofs Je47 3 Ez 26' ( + chariots, etc.), cf. 1 K i 41 . e. of chariots Na3 2 J02 5 ; wheels Ez 3 13 ; whip Na 3 2 . f. of sea, and great waters Hb 3 10 Ez i 24 43 s >/<■ 93 34 , cf. Je 50 42 (in sim.) ; I'l^? 'P ^ 42 s . g. earthquake Ez 37 7 . h. afalije49 2l Ez26' 6 3i 16 . i. ofamul- titude 1 S 4 14 Is 13 4 Ez 23 42 . j. din of war Ex 32 17 Je 50 2246 5 1 55 La 2 7 . k. of wings Ez i 24 3 13 io 5 . 1. flame Jo 2 5 ; crackling of thorns Ec 7 6 ; rustling of leaves Lv 26 s6 . m. mill- stones Je 25 10 Ec 12 4 . 3. of articulate speech, thing said : a. (1) oft. of human advice, com- mand, entreaty Gn 3 17 4 s3 Ex 3 18 4 1 - 9 Dt i 45 2i 18 - I820 1 S 2™ 8 7 -' 2S12 18 ; D? , "i:n 'P Dt i 34 5 s5 ; even of written words 2 K io 6 ; so also flNn 'p Ex4 88 voice (teaching) of the sign. (2) of a report Gn 45 16 Ec io 20 . (3) of a proclamation Ex 36" (P), 2 Ch 24" 30 5 3 6 22 =Ezr i 1 , Ezr io 7 Ne 8 15 . (4) fyK T Lv 5 1 utterance of adjura- tion, b. oft. (esp. Dt Je) of words of '1 Gn 2 2 ls 26 s Ex 5 2 1 5 26 1 9 5 Dt 8 20 9 23 1 3 5]9 + , Ju 2 220 6 10 »»Je3*»7*+; of'^PEx iSi2 14 - ,s i5 119 - 2 ' trr 1 ? p Je 3 9 v. sub ?7p. ip n.pr.m. (voice of 1 ); — 1. father of proph. Ahab Je 29 21 . 2. Benjamite Ne II 7 ; Kobia, A KtoXua, ©L KoX«n. Prob. also 3. Levite Ezr io 23 , MT n^p but @ Ko>X«a, AKa.Xaa(cf. Gray Pro "'- NM7 ). D'lpjog vb. arise, stand up, stand ; — (NH in der. spec, and deriv.; Ph. Hiph. Pt. and DpD place; Ar. *L»(«) stand, rise, Eth. $ao stand, stop; Sab. DpD, place, Hom chrMt - 127 ; Aram. Dip, «vo=BH, so OAram. Nab. Dip; Palm. Aph. D'pK erect statue ; cf. prob. As. kumu (k = 3), 2>lace, dwelling, kum, kemu, in place of, and perh. kaiamdnu, enduring, constant (v. P'?); Thes cp. also Sam. iJV V, live, cf. esp. X Pa.); — Qal <50 P/ 3 ms. Dp x iS~i7 48 + , DKpi consec. Ho io 14 (Ges !72p ); 2 ms. BOB 2 S 12 21 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. Dip; Ex 21", juss. Dp^ Gn 27 31 , P&) a $, Jb22 28 (Ges» ,09h Dr» 18!(3 '); Dp»1 Gn 4 s +, etc.; Imv. ms. Dip Gn 13" + , fpl. njDp Is 32', etc.; Inf. abs. Dip Je 44 s9 ; cstr. Dip Am5 2 + , etc.; Pt. fs. nop Mi 7 s ; mpl. D"pp 2Si8 31 + , D-o'ipn 2K16 17 (Ges" 2 "), etc.;— 1. arise: VBnno Ex io 23 (E). Specif.: a. after lying down (sleep, sickness, mourning, etc.), 1 S 3 6 - 8 2 S 12 21 Ex 21" Gn I9 3335 31 17 Ru 3" Eci2 4 + 5ot.; fr. lying dead, ffyfHS DgJ 2 K 13" cf. Jb 14 12 Is 26' 419 f 88 lV ; after falling Am5 2 8' 4 Je8 4 25 27 +4t. (chiefly fig.); after being smitten, wounded, etc. ^ 18 39 || 2 S 22 39 , Is 27 9 (of Asherim, etc.), 43 + 4t.; from sitting, reclining, esp. at meals Gn 25 s4 1 S I 9 20 34 (D$ID [n^frj; v 25 see Dip), Est 7 7 ( + ^K in constr. praegn.), but also Ju 3 20 (^gO), 2 S ■**•** Jon 3' (1ND3D), 4-"i 1 1., 4- (arise= stand up, in respect), Gn'19 1 (4-DnN-ipi)), 3l»0r?W). Lv I 9 M W&h Is 4 9 7 Jb2 9 8 ; +inriB;>l2K2 l9 ,cf.Gn23 7 Ex33 10

S 20 41 25 41 ; — (v. also o) ; from kneeling (fO, 

+ V.B^01oc.) 1 K 8 s4 , fr. obeisance 1 S 24" Est 8 4 ; from bending over (?$>) dead Gn 23 s (P). b. out of (10) a condition, state, Ezr 9 s . c. of bear rising ?J? pers. , 1 S 1 7 35 . d. arise ( + stand) Ex 33 s 1// 20 9 (fig. of success, prosperity), Jb 24^ (id.), + ; of sheaf Gn 37'; of waters Jos 3 16 (ins - * 13). e. constr. praegn. arise (and stand) for a purpose Nu 1 1 32 (E); over, •>$? pers.,

S 12 17 . f. arise as prelim, to formal speech 

Ju 20 8 Mi 6 1 Je i 17 1 Ch 28 2 OyTTby), Pr 31 28 3*> ■$<**+& t-; to testify (against) Dt 19 1 " 6 (both 3 pers.), ^27" 35 u , cf. also f Bgl Jbi6 8 (of t^na q .v.; Bu fe*n); to vindicate Jb 19* paV-bj?); to rd. aloud Ne 9 3 (D"lDjri>y); to bless people 2 Ch 30 27 (priests). g. to listen to God's Dip

Dip word N1123 18 Is 32 s ; to praise God 2 Ch 20" Ne9 4S . h. of noise, tumult Ho io 14 ; of light Jb 25' ty pers.). 2. arise, in hostile sense (oft. with idea of suddenness) ; c. ?J? pers. Dt 19" (out of ambush), 22 26 Ju9 18 20 5 ^27" (of war), Ob 1 (nnr6c£>), + 1 1 1., + Jb 30" (ace. to Bu, rdg.^V for 1*0^2). + (of ') Am 7' (3 instr.), Isi4 B 3i 2 ; c.^Spers.Gn4 8 iS22 15 24 s (Giv 7 ); c. 3 pers. Mi 7 s V' 2 7 12 (false witness), Mi7 6 ; c. DV pers. f 94 16 (IpJrJT); V. esp. pt. c. sf. = those rising up against me (thee, etc.) Ex 1 5' 32" Dt33 u + 8 t. + f 109 28 (id.*b! 'pp®^ Bae We Du, cf. Hup Dr) ; c. IP from, out of Jos 8 719 Ju 9 35 " 13 20 33 ; = revolt Nu 1 6 2 ("Papers.), 2 K 12 21 2 Ch 13 6 , cf. Hb 2 7 . 3. arise, abs.,

become powerful Pr 28' 228 . 4. arise[edit]

come on the scene, appear, of leader, prophet, king Ju 5" io 13 Dt 13 3 34 10 Ex i 9 2 K 23= 5 ; of years of famine Gn 41 30 ; c. T!J8 pers. Dt 29 21 Ju 2 10 1 K 3 12 ; c. "DPI, in place of, 1 K 8 20 = 2Ch6'°, NU32 14 ; c. n^BB^i? 2 Ch 2 i 4 ; c. IP Nu 24 (sceptre out of Isr.); of calamity, Na i» Pr 2 4 22 ; 1"$ Dip; D^.nSB Jb 1 1 17 i.e. to shine upon thee. 5. arise for, i.e. to become, c. b rei; nji> "Bip D^B Zp 3 s (read "t$, /or a witness, © @ We Now GASni cf. Da) ; Dtpnn ygrrnttoj) Dp Ez 7 11 (but dub.; Co Berthol Krae ?!?p). 6. a. arise for action, esp. of' arising [from his throne], + inf. Is 2 192 '; for judgment ^76 10 (t:EK i Qb), Jb3i 14 ; oft. Imv. Nu io 55 Je2 27

  • 3 8 + 8 t W + 2 Ch 6 41 (c.
  • 6), ^ 132 8 (c.
  • ]nrMp!j); Impf. Is28 2 ' + 4t.; Imv. also of men,

arise/ up/ i.e. act! Ju4 14 Ezrio 4 , of idols Je 2 29 ; Impf. of the tongue (personified) Is 54 (BEE'S? ^N). b. arise (out of inaction), in- troducing some specific deed Gn2i 18 Ex32' Ju 5 12 8 20 " 1 Je 49 14 ("»$?&), Ob 1 (nppfl «Mp npr6p? n'py),4-37t. C. esp. art'se = start, make a move, to go somewhere, Gn 1 3 17 1 9 14 " 1 S9 3 Jon i 3 (in flight), 3 3 + not. 7. stand: esp. fig. ti. =z maintain oneself J os 7 1213 (JE ; -itb pers.), Am 7" Na i' Lai" f i 6 24 s Jb 41 18 (of sword), of courage (nn) Jos 2" (D ; tftft, + '3?? pers.). 1). = oe established, confirmed, of kingdom 1 S 24" 0T„ 3 ; Gi v 20 ); of purchase Lv 27", c. b pers. be assured to 25 30 Gn 23 17M (all P). c. stand, endure 1 S 13" Jb8 15 (IpP?), 15 29 . d. = be fixed, of price, Lv 2 7 14-17 . e.= 6e uaZii, of vows, Nu 3o 6 ' 6 + 6 t. Nu 30 + v' (c. ?? i^ers.; all P). f. = 6e proven Dt 19 15 . g. = be fulfilled Je44 M (impf. +inf. abs.; ?S pers.), Jb 2 2 28 (^ pers.) ; of s purpose Je 51 s9 PI pers.), Is 1 4 24 Pr 1 9 21 , cf. Je 44 s8 Is 40 8 46 10 ; of human plans, succeed Is 7 7 8 10 28 ls Pr 15 22 . h. persist, D'p' ni3'"I3"7y Is 3 2 8 lit. on noble things doth he take his stand. i. Vntjt DB^y Dip; Dt25 6 he shall stand upon the name of his dead brother, represent him. j. of eyes,= &e set, fixed, without vision 1 S4 15 1 K 14 4 ($ 1 i). tPi. Pf 3 ms. D>p Est9 3132 ; 3 pi. WJg v 27 - 31 ; /»«/>/. 1 s. nB»£W ^ 1 1 9 106 ; 7»nw. ms. sf. "3B»P v 28 ; /»/ cs<r. D*p^ Ez 1 3 6 + ; — late (Aram.): 1. fulfil, Ez 13 6 yff 1 19 106 . 2. a. confirm, ratify, RU4 7 . b. confirm, establish, of // 119 28 (c. sf. ace). c. impose, an obligation, ?$? pers. Est 9 21 - 31b , ?5? reflex. v 27 - 31c ; c. ace. rei v 29 - 31 * 32 . tPo'l. raise up : Impf. 2 ms. DBipfl I s 5 8 2 ; 1 s. DB'ipS 44 »; 3 mpl. 'Bpip? 6 1 4 (all' of rebuilding);— Dpip? Mi 2 8 , riWRJ We Now, or D , Bp i GASm Buhl! t Hithpo'l. raise oneself, ss rise up : Pt. fs. npBipnp Jb 20 27 (b pers. against); ms. sf. "BB- 2 7 7 one rising up against me (|| *?W; pi. abs. D'BB- i//- 1 7 7 ; sf. 'BB- 59 s ; v. also 139 21 , reading ^'BBipnB31 (for MT'prni; HT??^ 1 ?); see also Bip. Hiph. , 46 Pf. 3 ms. Cpn Jos 4 9 + ; 2 ms. nbpqi EX26™ Dt 27 2 ; 1 s. "riB'pn 1 s 15 13 , 'rtopn Gn9 17 + ,etc; Impf. 3 ms. D'pJ Dti8 15 + ; juss. Qp^iSi^ + j Dp < >iJu2 16 +; 2fpl.n3B'pn Je 44 25 , etc.; Imv. ms. Dp? 2 S 7 25 + ,etc; Inf. abs. D'pn Je44 25 ,opnDt22 4 Ju7 19 ; cstr. D'pn 2 S3 l0 +, etc.; Pt. CpB Am6 14 + , etc.; — tl. cause to arise, raise : a. the prostrate (ace. pers. vel rei) 2 S i2 17 (n? i n'?), Dt 22 4 (iB? D'pn Dpn), ^ 4 i» Ec 4 1010 ; fig. Am 5 2 9 1 ' 11 Ho 6 2 Is 49 8 1 S 2 8 = |/ 1 13 7 (|| D^O), Jb 4 4 , Je5o 32 . b. from throne (|8) Is 1 4 9 . c. lift up shield (H3X) against (^5?) Ez 26 s . d. fig. raise (to dignity, power) Is 4.9 s . 2. ta. raise, set up, stones Jos 4 9 (.IE; ^ina loc), v 20 (JE; 2 loc), 2^ (E ; Df nnn loc.)', Dt2 7 5 ; pillars 1 K 7 21 - 21 - 21 1| 2 Ch 3 ' 7 Ex 4 o 18 (P); H3SB, bDB Ju 18 30 (b reflex.), Lv 26 1 Dt 16 22 ; throne, fig., 2 S 3'°, king Dt 28 s6 (both c. ^3? over), b. erec<, build: Is 23 13 Ex 2 6 30 ; heap of stones over (by) Jos 7 26 8 29 ; altar 2 S 24 ls ('^) || 1 Ch 2 1 18 (to!.), iKi6 32 (^), 2K2i 3 (ia)= ?Ch33 3 (D^yni'); curtains Jeio 20 (of Judah's tent, in fig.); tabern., etc., Ex 40 2 -' 833 + 4 t. Nu ; erect against (by) Is 29'. tc. fig. of setting up law^S^nny; || D'te 1 ). f3. raise up=br'mg on the scene : c. ace, sons in place of (DfW) fathers Jos 5', "1.0K 2 S 7 ,2 = I Ch 17" I K 15 4 ; raise up ymb V1J Gn38 8 (J); judges Ju2 1618 rroip (0$), cf. 3 w« (both 5> pers.); king J e 3 o», no* ^? 2 3 5 . Prophet Je 29 ' 5 Dti8' 3 » priest i S 2 (all b pers.) ; shepherds, etc. Mi 5 5 (f>$? oyaiW), Zc 1 1 '•; oe» vrotj> *gn^ Dt 25 r ; p]an " t of name Ez 34* (i> pe r S .); evil (fijn) 2S12" (£y «?»»*)• +4. a. raise t^rVuse, stir up (lion, in fig.) Gn 49 9 (poem)=Nu 24' (JE). b. twtfjjroto, c. ace. pers. + ^5? against Am6» 1 S 22 8 ; + !> pers. , Kll»«; c . acc _ alone Hb ^ 1 5. raise up = constitute, DJ>i> 6 .", , *jnirEl»pn Dt2 9 ' 2 c f. 28' Jbi6 12 ; a-tnJf DWS? D'pxi Am 2» ; rrao^ iT |5)d op; ^ !o 7 » ( C f/ Qal 5 y . cat«e to stand: fa. se <, ^riioi, sentinels Ju 7 » (BR npn), je , 61 » cf . 6 >, ( ^ pers 0> 23< Ez 34*; «, feet on (ty roc k * 40 3 . tb. cause to hold one's ground f 89" (nonf>B3). +c _ establish throne 2 Ch 7 18 , pN-'DBN-^ p r 3,34' id establish (make, ratify)' covenant" of c.

dpn n ? (prep.) pers. Gn 6 18 9'" i7 'mi Ex 6 4 (aH P) E Z1 6^c.r3... r a G n9-7 l7 7 (bothp) 5 ■» 1 m .I = Carry otd - ?"» # ec < *> (Dr • ;, oath, covenant, vow, word, plan, com- mand, of man iSi 5 »-» + 6t.; of'» Gn 2 6 s Lv 2 6 9 iSi»iK6»Dt8»Jea 3 - + i8t. tg. D*pni> Mw * <0 stawrf «po» *M inheritance (cf . Qal 7 i) + Hoph. Pf. 3 ms . b ogn 2 S 23' Je r«W up (on fi$? V an d . H., v. Dr); t)j*n be set up Ex 40 (of tabern.); 'a n_3T™ QgV] Je35 » 6fl ^ upright (Ges« 12 »), i. e . observed, obeyed. nrsip, rrap^ a .f. height;— a bs. n#p Ex 38 18 +, nap a? ». cstr . npip ,. K 626+ . rf T incflp

  • + , *»P Ex 25'°+ ,etc.,-l. fcfcfc. of pei ;

sfcrfwre 1 S 16' Ez 13' 8 Ct 7 8 ; U^TWB lS 28" his full length. 2. of tree' 2 K M»= Is 3 f 2i ; in fig. Is ro 3 ' Ez 3I 3.*.>o,4. of vine (fi ) Ezi 9 "and'pn>SE' I7 6 ZoM , o/ ^ fe 3 J artificial structures : temple, its parts, furnish- ings, etc., 1 K 6 2 + 12 t. 1 K 6, 7, 2 K »=»•»- Je 6." . . Ch 4" 6- a wall Ez 40'; tabern. and furnishings Ex 25 I °*> + 8 t. Ex /all P. Noah's ark Gn 6 15 (P). ; '

  • TVS% n.f. standing grain ;— abs. 'p Ex

22 5 + ; cstr. I1DP T Dt 2 3 «*; pi. cstr. rfop J u i 5 ». —standing grain (mature) Ex 2 2 5 (E)' Dt 16° jtf" J„ 15" Is 17*. ? <jfi<, 2 K I9 Jl. Ia (i.e. before maturity); in fig. Ho 8' — Cf vogelst Laad " hsch - 51 TLCpJ n.m. adversary (prop, uprising ,E 3 A* > but P rob -orrupt;Ges'-,Du «C)0? (Pt.sf.) MeBuDDj*, PerlM*-!* nwp. H r "?' 1 p] n - f - ^ing up;— sf. OriD*p. La 3 ra (opp. DfiaE*). tpOj3 n.pr.loc. Juio 5 , Pa^ w „, A p w<0 (@L Ka« uv ) ; i n Gilead Jos AnlT - 78 (Kaw.^- prob.= k^ov, f Polvb -o. , (nameJ n ^ xt y; n.>A«); Buhl--- thinks oiKumem, Kamm (Schumacher'— A» ta ,« )f between Jarm and Jabbok, W. of /rii'o'. t ni»aQip n .f. uprightness ;-onlyas adv. Lv »6» made you go upright, i.e. as freemen. Qlp^N v. supr. p. 39. tSyi n.[m.] substance, existence "5| Wimr-aB rt«<«rfW^Gn 7 4 - 23 (man andanimal)' in more limited sense Dt 1 1 6 . tCPp; n.pr.m. (he lifteth up; cf. Sab. n.pr DP,T Hal-);-w f(ft A (24 , 2) / Benjam.teiChS' 9 . 2. Levite 24". tnolpijl n.f. standing, power to stand (cf. </Qal 7 a);_ a bs. 'n Lv 2 6^ (c. ^{1 p ers .) JpW?]. TW*^ v- i39 ; s v. •, Hithpo^L DipO.D^O (Ex 29", etc.) M| .a.m.o»».i» (but v infr.), standing-place, pltcej-abs/o Ex ""+; P«tr. Dipt) Gn 12 o+ (oft. before^ 39 a, +);sf.iDipi ?lS 3 2+)te p I?Gni8 33 + e< ; c -; pi. usu. niDpo j u i 9 i3 + ; nto p D r g „ jj 2 ; Hb- 2Si 7 °+2t.; sf. D^nbipo Am 4 « etc' [appar f. (not Gn i8« where T| is i„ mind> ' but) Jb 2o'(emend.v.Comm.), and Codd. (either Kt or Qr) Ju , 9 " 2 S i 7 »> 2 ; mostly expl. awav r X3 i E ^ J ° T S5 EX332 ' Nu2 3' 327 (all JE), Gn 10- (J), Jos 3 3 (D ), of niasp, etc., 2 K ««  of ark (place where it is set, stands) , kV cT ; 8 -» 5 ' t art ? f 8 I3 ' 3 , Jb 96 ' rock Jb '4 18 »» 4 ; Jos 8" / fFU S* 1 ' 6 foldiers are placed Jos 8 (JE), Ju ao* 1 -; ;,o^ in battle 2 S 11". c. pos «, Jm j K 20^ Ec io 2. a. «&»» where a thing belongs Gn 29= (J), J 0S 4 » (j E) 1 S 5 Is 46^ Jb 6" 37' f the ' heart) * ^ c ^ esp of ark 1 S 5 » + 9 fc J of pers. = destination' Ju 1 1 b. esp. (1) puce of human abodg Gn i 3 » 20 .3 J U 7 r r g 220 + 42 t> + ^ Is54 2 - (2) of V B a b 0de H o 5 » in heaven cipn

V? Mii 3 Is26 i!1 iK8 ao =2Ch6 21 . (3) lair of lion (fig.) Je 4 7 . 3. place = a. city Gn 1 8 24 M 20 11 Dt 21" (|p'V) 2 K i8 23 + 39 1. (1 S 7 16 D'Bnpen ©, cf. We HPS). b. of land : Canaan Ex 23 20 1 S 12 8 Je 16 23 (||n?)+ 17 »■ (12 t. Je); Philistia 1S14 46 ; Egypt Je44 M ; appos. njnD Est4 3 ) = nrit3 + "i , » 8 ,r . c. plot, parcel, of ground Is 7 23 ; ]~jl} tfpQ 1 Ch 2 I 22 , cf. v 28 2 Ch 3 1 . d. land, region Nu 20 5 32 1 ; Che (privately) prop, niyp T 3 epos ^84' (for «?an pDja ; c f. Is 4i ls ). 4. in gen., place, locality, spot Gn 28' 617 Ju2 5 Ani4 6 Ne4 6 ' 714 + (2 2i t. in all); "pb* 'il>B Dipt? place of such a orae 1 1 S 2 1 3 2 K6 8 ; T^S DipBrri>33 Ex 20 24 (E ; Gi v 21 ) in all places that; '»"b33 Nu i8 31 = anywhere, cf. Dt 12"; = everywhere Pr 15" Mai 1", cf. Am 8 3 ; 15? 13 Nu 2 2™ narrow place; 'fiNe 2 U (passable) place; in partic: place at banquet 1 1 S9 22 20 23 - 27 ; sleep- ing-place, couch, 1 1 S 3 29 Ru 4 10 ; Vfm Dipt? 1 S 2 o 3 ' i. e. where arrow fell ; = haunt, lurking-place 1 S 23 M 2 S i7 9 - 12 ; D»|8 DipO V 44 20 ^«c« 0/ jackals, i.e. desert; natpn 't? Ez4i llb ^ace 0/ </ie uncovered space, portion (cf. HSSn alone v'"); ratfn 't? of seat of Sol.'s throne 1 K io 19 = 2 Ch 9 1S ; "IHK 'D where waters were collected Gn i 9 (© Ball nipt?), ^ 104 8 ; destination of dead EC3 30 6 6 ; 'n = resting-place Jb 16 18 ; fOM 19 awre place, for a peg (securely fastened) Is 2 2 23 ' 25 (fig., cf. Ezr 9 s ); of places, spots, on the body : leprous spot 1 2 K 5"; pn#n "O fLv 1 3 19 ^>Zace o/^Ae boil; esp. of shrine, sanctuary(cf. We 187,16 ), D3t? Dipt? Gn i2 e (J; v. Di Holz), so of Bethel Gni3 3 (J),v 4 (J;n3lSSnDipo), 2 8 19 (J),v n ""(E), 22 3 - 4 - 9 "(E), + ; of idolatrous shrines Dti2 23 Ez 6 ,s 2 Ch 33"; esp. of temple : '") ina> "18^ "OH (ia Davifo Dt 1 2 614 1 4 z, - :5 1 5 20 1 6 2 - 6 1 7 8 1 8 6 + 1 3 1. Dt + Jos9 27 (D), Nei 9 ; 'e 1 K 8 2929 - 30 - 35 = 2 Ch 6 2o.2o.2i.26 Je 27 ?: + . |<|>pn niK3X "'-DB' 'O Is 1 8 7 ; <ND3 'D EZ43 7 ; «?npO 'O Je 17 12 ; 'Ehpt? 'D Is 60 3 ; iBHp 't? +Ezr 9 8 yfr 24 s , etc.; of tabern. B^fJ 13 Lv io 7 l 4 30 ; PHp '0 in or about tabern., Ex 29 s1 Lv 6 9 - ,9a, + (all P), B^i? '? Ec 8'°. Note esp.tDipo before rel.cl., c.-fK Gn39 20 4O 3 Ez 6 13 Est 4 3 8", c. r Ec 1 7 3", rel. om. Jb 18 21 ; alsoT^K'03 Ho22Si5 21 1K21" Je22 12 Ez 2i a Ne 4" Lv 4 2433 6 18 7 s 14" Nu 9 17 (Ges ilS0c ). + 5. a. space, room, Gn 24 23 - 23 - 31 (J), Is 5 8 cf. 28 s , Je "f 1 9". b. space, distance, between (P a ) 1 S 26 13 . t6. region, quarter, direction Ez 10"; "WJU 'BD Est4 14 from another quarter, source. 1 7. peculiar uses are : a. p 'D JCJ Ju 2 o 36 give place (yield ground) <o. Perh. b. lOK 1 ; 13>K t?3 Ho 2 ' instead of Ha being said (cf. nnn) ; D^nj Dipt? Is 33 21 instead of rivers (i.e. a substitute forthem).— PIDipDNa i 8 (|| V#*) rd. VD|30 or 'p3 Buhl ZAW v (1886 >' lsl , lOD'ipriD Wej Wp T ? Now (all = his adversaries, cf. GASm). t^TOp' , n.pr.m. in Judah (=*J Dp} ace. to 01 i277h ' 2 );— 1. 1 Ch 2 4141 , UjC^um, A l«o/iiar, ©L laKtjiias. 2. 3 18 , I<K€Wa, ©L IfKtfXia. tDJttpjT 1 n.pr.m. (=Dy D ?5 ace. to 01

  • S771 ; meaning then may kinsman establish, cf.

Gray rrop.N.46f.59)._ a Levite j C h 23 l» 2^ j^ /itar, Ioxo/i (24 s3 ), etc., ©L Iuiea/Jiar. tn^p^ n.pr.loc. (perh. = DVOP t ; i.e. Dpj Dy 01» 277k ' 3 ; = te the people be established 1 cf. Gray Pr< " >N ' 218 );— in N. Isr. 1 K 4 12 , Ao U «a M , ©L Ourafi; poss. = mod. Tel KaimHn, N. of Megiddo, Buhl Ge ° 8r - 21 °; city of refuge in Ephr. 1 Ch 6 s3 ( = D??PP [q.v.] Jos 2 1 22 }, Iicau/i, IcKnaav, etc. P.V v. fP. Tyip n.pr.gent. named with Bab., Chald., Assyr., 'PI gtt'Q nip?) Ez 23^ 53'o o»ui Kffa; identif. by DF* 233 with As. Sutil, KutH (abbrev. Su (1 v. yitJ>) and [by infer.] Ku), E. of Tigris, on border of Elam and Media; cf. COT 15 ' 23 ' 23 Dr H M t.m.Ko». but ^p = KutA now doubted by Wkl Altor ' Fo " ch ' "• 2 ( 1899 'i Si '[Tp] n -[ ln -] a Pe, so Vrss, © nidi/cot (om. © B in K) (foreign word ; prob. = Skr. kapi, id. ; Egypt, as loan-word gdfe WMM ***■*« ?l -/ Erman ZMOxlvl(1892> ' m ; Gk. k^oc, K rpros is of Eg. orig. ace. to Lewy Fre,nd "- 6 );— pi. D'Bp 1 K io 22 = D^Bip 2 Ch 9 21 , brought to Sol. [from SE.] by Phoenician fleet ; cf. Ar. prov. ' donum regio- nis Jemen simiae sunt,' Freytag Pro,vl "'" 60 .

  • PP (v^of foil.; appar. =11. fK, go around}.

T [nDlpn] n.f. coming round, circuit ; — cstr. nj£>n riEflpri Ex 34" (JE), adv., at the cir- cuit (completion) of tlie year, so njB'n /r Y 2 Ch 24= 3 ;=pl. cstr. D'OVi nispn> t S i 20 ; sg. sf. of finished circuit of sun ^19' (opp. iXSiD ; cf. of moon, inaipni Ecclus 43'). f I. [T^'lp] vb. feel a loathing, abhorrence, sickening dread (|| v / of t31p ; X pp id.; for connex. of meanings cf. Aram. B?P loathe, ^Jld /ear);-Qal Pf 3 fs. nsp' Nu 21 5 ; is. nxp Gn 2 7 46 ; Impf. 3 ms. JW Nu 22 s 1 K 1 i 23 (but v. infr.); 2 ms. juss. fl"? Pr 3"; 1 s. PP«1 Lv VP so 28 ; 3mpl. B^J Exi"; Pt. ft M 18 ;— 1. /e«£ a loathing at, abhor, c. 3 rei Nu 21 s (JE), Gn 27 4 « (P), Pr 3" (|| DW5); c . 3 pers. Lv 20 23 (H ; Bubj. '1) ; so 1 K 1 i 25 , but Kit (after <S, cf. 0) prop, psfl (-/pi* Hiph. distress). 2. /eeZ a sickening dread, c. V.? pers. Ex I 12 (J), Nu 22 s (E), Is 7 16 . Hiph. Impf. 1 pi. sf. njX'pJ Is 7 6 (sf. of Judah) let us cause her sick- ening dread, but weak, rd. njp'XJ (-/piv) Thes Che Du Gr Marti.— Other Hiph. forms v. }«p. II. pp (/of foil.; cf. perh. NH, %, pp cut off; NH }'ip=BH). ti.yip n.m. El2824 thornbush, thorn; — abs. 'p Gn3 ,8 +; pi. D'S'P Ex22 5 + , D'tfp Is 33 12 +; cstr. ^p Ju 8 716 ; — 1. thornbush, +TTT? (q-v.) Gn 3 18 (J), Ho 10 8 ; +"W# Is 32"; + CP?p/!3(q.v.),-a-lBri 'p J u 8 716 ; 'p alone Ex 22 5 (E)/ D"Sip W3 V n8 12 (sim. of foes); in various fig., Is 33 12 Je 4 3 I2 1S . 2. thorn, fig, Ez 28 24 (c. 3N30, v. 3K3; || Jib q.v.); sim. TJD 'p3 2 S 23 s (Perles A "* ,a conj. ?0, but v. also 113 Hoph.). fll. yip n.pr.ni. 1. name in Judah iCh 4 s , Ko>f, K<as. 2. 'pn : priest I Ch 24 10 , K<ot, AOL AKicms ; Ezr 2 61 =Ne 7 s3 , Ne 3**, Ak(k)ovs, -ws. T [niSTIp] n.f.pl. locks of hair ( -/obscure ; NH id.; Syr. ]Lj<£», JL^9 PS 3556 ; Ar. Lis hair over forehead) ;— sf. 'niSip Ct 5 2 , Vri- v ". tl. [T)p] vb. bore, dig (Ar.JlS (j) cw< a round hole in, scoop out); — Qal Pf. 1 s. % JjHP 2 K ig™ I have dug (sc. awell)=Is 37 25 (Meinh conj. "n"!?).— Hiph., Pilp., v. I, II. Tip. TlipD n.m. Zc13 spring, fountain (app. orig. well); — abs. 'd Zc 13 1 Pr 25 s6 ; cstr.iipO Je2 13 +,">'P«p Lvi2 7 20 18 ; sf. ilip» Ho 13 15 ', etc.; — 1, spring of water : a. fig., of , D^O 'O I3i»n j e2 13 i7 13 , cf. D^D '» ^ 3 6 10 ; trjO 'd (moregen.), Pr io"i3 14 i4 27 i6 22 + 18 4 (sord. for HD3PI 'D © Heb Codd Toy), b. fig. of purifi- cation Ez 13 1 . c. nnTO lipD Pr 25 26 (fig.; + £VP). d. fig.of sourceof life and vigour Hoi 3 15 Je 51 36 ; of a nation's orig. source, stock ^r 6S 27 (Kay Che, of temple); source of joy Pr 5 18 (fig. of wife ; || nsfc). 2. fig. of eye, nycn "lipD , Je 8 23 . 3. source of menstruous blood, i^OI 'D Lv 20 18 , so PnpD v 18 (H). 4. -flow of blood after child-birth nW 'D i2 7 (P).

Pf II. T)p (-/of foil.; cf. Ar.jJ(j) v. <«n», twist (of serpent), ^jj a kind of rope). "(■[Tip] n.m. 1 * 59 - 8 thread, film;— pi. cstr. t5 " : ??S ^.P Is 59 s they weave spider-threads, fig. of machinations of wicked, so sf. DO v ?. , P v 8 . &rfp v. snp. <"nip v. mp. t [t£^p] vb. lay bait or lure (|| -/of e>p<) ;— Qal Impf. 3 mpl. fWp} Is 29 s ', c. b pers. (fig.). "hrrL*ip n.pr.m. (form dub.; Kit"""^?, cf. 6 M and ® ; Pei ZAW " ll(,8OT) - 54e finds here a god Kits, but very precarious) ; — Levite, 1 Ch 15, (utos) K(t)to-ai'ou, = ' , B' , p 6 M , Ktitrat[v], @L Kou<T€i. np, np, rinp etc., v. npi>. tl3,^ Ez i6 47 ('P &$?»?), dub.; Kiorofy(Ar.io); del. ©@ Thes Hi Co Berthol, Toy n«t, Perles Anai.so jqj,. Krae con j r,soy Qjjj-'S* fo r opoyoa. ttp (/of foil.; cf. X 30p cm< off (rare); in Ar. J^.k3 id., L> said to be for ^i, v. Lane). tniOp, [aCj'pln.m. 1 " 32 - 24 destruction;— of pestilence, abs. 'p Dt 32" (|| ^sn), V 9 1 " (|| -13-1), go s f. (of She'61) 13BP T (Ges 593<1 j Ho 13 14 (|| of niD, fJrT); more gen." a^glfr Is 2 8 2 . t [ /Pp] vb. slay (poet.and late) (Ar. jj~i, Eth. *+A: Sab. bnp Hom chreM - ™, all slay (orig. form with n ; changed later, after p) ; Aram. ^P, n **4j>; OAram. i>ap, b)3, ^Tip); — Qal Impf. c. ace. pers., 3 ms."?t2P? Jb 24 14 ; sf., subj. God, *J^»P 1 3 1S ; of God also 2 ms. btopp f 1 39 1 '. t [Stpp] n.[m.] slaughter;— ^BrmMT Ob 9 , but join to v 10 (then !*$9), © We Now GASm. t[|bp, Lag BN26 3 '] vb. be small, insigni- ficant (NH Hiph. and deriv.; JAram. in deriv., Syr. ^J»; OAram. pap insignificant ; Ar.^^^Ui parum edens ; Eth. "frfnf: be thin, chiefly in deriv.; prob. also As. kuttinnu, small, younger, Zehnpf BAS '- 505 (otherwise D1 HWB323 ); Meissn 81 *""- katdnu, be short (of hair), cf. Bez ZATl "' M ");— Qal Pf. 1 s. VObjJ Gn 32 11 , c. JD comp., / am too insignificant for all the kindnesses ; Impf. 3 fs.T^? n* iPpril 2 S7 19 = iChi7 17 . Hiph. lit. /to/ cs<r. P9pnp Am 8 s making ephah small. fi. ]Cp adj. small, young, unimportant; — abs. 'p Gn9 24 + ; sf. D3BP (Kb"-'- 74 ) Je6 13 + ;

l pp 

EP fs.n3BpGn29 16 +; mpl.EMBp 2 Ki8 24 + ; cstr. '30? 1S9* (v. Dr; We conj.' 'I-, old cstr., cf. HPS), Pr 30" ; fpl. rriSBp Ez 1 6 61 + ;— 1. wtaM.- esp. a. of children, youth = young, Gn44 M (J) 2S9" 1 K 11 17 2 K 2 s3 5 2 , of sister Ct 8 8 ; = younger, of two children (oft. opp. Ttlj), Gn 9 24 27 1 " 2 (all J), 2 9 1618 (E), 1 S 14 49 (f. ; opp. rrvaan) ; f younger sister Ju 1 5 2 , so (fig.) Ez 16" and ( + JP conip.) v 61 ; brother 1CI124 31 ; 'pn youngest son (of several) 1 S 16 11 17 14 ; + brii = young and old (v. Jbg 1) Je 16 6 cf. 2Ch3i 15 34 30 . b. of things: utterance Nu 22 18 (E), weight Dt 25 I3H , vessels 2 Ch 3 6 m , animals ^ 104 25 (all opp. b"ni); cf. also 2 S 12 3

K 2 s0 17 13 18 44 2 K 4 10 Ez 43 14 (opp. Wa Pr 

30 24 Ct 2 1S , + prob. Ez 46 s (v. II. [re?]); $? JCI5H Is 2 2 24 the vessels of small size (fig.). 2. smaZ 7 , : a. with added idea of weakness, pers.

K 1 8 24 = Is 36', city Ec 9". b.=insignificant, 

(1) tribe 1 S9 21 ; (2) pers. ( + i>nj; = all persons) Je 6 13 3 1 s4 Jon 3 5 * 1 15 13 Est i 520 , cf. 1 Ch 1 2 14 (van d. H. v 13 ); (3) in gen., ni3Bp tip Zc 4 10 day of small things.— Vid. also |bp. fn. |I2p n.pr.m. («/t« small); — 'Pl 1 , post-ex. name Ezr 8 12 , Ax^m-ay. t2p adj . small, insignificant ; — abs. p 182" + ; cstr. |bp 2 Ch2i 17 ;— f., pi. and sf. supplied by Jtip ; — 1. small: esp. a. of youth =young, 'P V? 1 S 20 35 1 K 3 7 2 K 5 14 Is u 6 ; =younger of two brothers, Gn 48 19 (E) Ju i 13 3° ( + JO comp.); 'Pl 1 youngest brother Gn42 13 + lot. Gn(JE), son Ju 9 5 2CI122 1 , so VJ3 pp 2 1 17 ; + i>nj = young and old (v. ]0> 1), i.e. everybody Gn 1 9" (J), 1 S 5 9 30 2 + (of pers. and things) v". b. of things 1 S 2 19 1 K 8" ( + *t? comp.), Am 6 n Is 54 7 ; opp. fc"I| 1 S 22 15 25 s6 Gni 16 (P). 2. = unimportant, things, Ex i8 aM (E), 1 S 20 2 (all opp. ym); pers.,=/eeWe Am 7"; ^insignificant Je49 is Ob 2 (both || «8|) ( IS60 22 (|| T?|); T3T? 'P 'Sis 17 ; esp. + i»i"l3= low and high, = everybody, Dt I 17 iK22 31 = 2 Ch I8 30 , Je 8 10 Jb 3 19 , + 8 t.— Vid. also ?Bj5. t[]t:p] n.m. little (finger); — sf. ^ (=-3Bi5 van d. H. in Ch; cf. Ko" M Ges* 93 "), lKl2" > =2Chl0 1 °. [*1t3p] vb. pluck off (twigs, etc.), or out (NH=BH; Ar. i_*ii pluck grapes; %. 19P, Syr. *£j> ; cf. As. kat&pu, appar. pluck off); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. npi? Ez 1 fjie [i.e. eagle, in fig.] plucked off twigs ; 2 ms. HSBpi Dt 23 s6 (ears of grain, 1^3); Impf. 1 s. Wft Ez 17 22 (subj. '»; ace. + JP/rom); Pt. mpl. b'BBpn Jb 30 4 they who pluck out the mallow. Niph. Impf. 3 ms. 2t?P T ; Jb 8 12 ft t« not plucked off I. HDD (/of foil.; cf. As. kutru (with n) smoke; Talm. $ (TJB^, KTfflp (thick) smo£e; Ar. Via smoke (said of fire); usu. exhale odour (esp. of roast meat); As. kutrinnu, incense- offering; Sab.lDpD censer CIS"- nM -"-'- 6: * 4 ; Eth. <$$"&>: incense ; Egypt. kataWa Bondi 74 "-, kataruti WMM A "- Kuril7 = ri:ibp, rfnop; NH ["•Bp] smoke (said of incense)). t~rit3*P (Lag BN1S2 ) n.m. thick smoke;— "tol? Gn 19 2828 (J), Tto- V "9 s3 ; M8 8 (fig. of clouds in thunderstorm ; Vrss. appar . nnp , cf. Du). T niil^p n.m. smoke of sacrifice ; — abs. Dt 33 10 (E ; Di al. of incense). I rn^ltCp n.pr.f. a wife of Abraham, after Sarah's" death, Gn25 14 1 Ch i 3233 ; Xtrrovpa. rniSp n.f. smoke, odour of (burning) sacrifice, incense ; — 'p abs. Ex 30 1 + ; cstr. 25 s -)-; sf. 'Fnop Ez i6' 8 23 41 ; — 1. sweet smoke of sacrifice, || WOfa Is i 13 * 141 s , D*hS 'i? 66 15 , 'p T'ppni) 1 S 2 28 (!). 2. incerase, D'OD^) 'p Ex 25' 30 7 31 11 40^ + 9 t; TDn 'P EX30 8 , npi 'p v 35 , 'pn alone v 37 Lv 16 13 Nu 16 35 17 12 ; so 'p 1 6 71718 1 7 611 2 Ch 2 9 7 , rtJJ 'p Ex 30 9 , 'pn py Lv i6 13 Ez 8", also of nit tW Lv io 1 (illegal worship); in offering of the princes Nu7 14 + 1 1 1. 7,cf. v 86 . Altar of incense is 'p IDpD rOTD EX30 1 , am 'pn 'o i Ch28 18 , 'pb anin 'o Ex 40 5 , D*DDT1 'p 'D Lv 4 7 , 'pn 'O Ex 30 27 + 6 t. 3. perfume, f Ez i6 18 23 41 Pr 27 s . I ~mp I vb. denom. Fi. Hiph. make sacrifices smoke, send them up in smoke (prop, produce TTp$, v. Sta 2AWTl(,886> ' 298f );— Pi. 42 Pf 3 mpl. ritpp Jei 9 13 + , nnntspje

2123 ; Impf. 3 ms.' "HRJ Hb i 16 +;' 3 mpl. 

fTJHj; Hon 2 , etc.; Inf.' abs. "i?p 1 S 2 16 + ; cafe Je n B + ,i > <. pi. D^tspo Is65 3 + , etc.;— ma^e sacrifices smoke, offer them by burning : to ' 1 S 2 16 (where prob. rd. JVitpgJ [and so v"] Sta 1-C - 2M ): elsewhere to other gods or in illegal worship, Je 44 s3 ; c.acc. "It9p (but see this, infr.) Je 44 21 (here [and al. in some other passages] of incense), H*JW Am 4 s ; place is usu. c. 3, e.g. niDM 2 K 17" 23 s ; Q'ltsppi D'ran? nyn niv ntoa 1 k 22" 2 K 12 4 14 4 ig 4 * (^, cf! 2 K -IBP

V? i6 < =2 Ch 28* (cf. RS s<!m - 1 - 47,i!!, " lw1 - 490 ); 7?*? '3? .IBB* rwg 2 K 2 3 9 ; ch? e.g. nij?:un b IIo 4 13 , n(V)3J by Je i9 13 32 w , twabn by Is 65', D*Vm by v 7 ; c. b of deity, Hon 2 Je i v ' + 14 1. Je (+ 19 13 32 s8 supr.), Hb i 16 2 K 22 17 23 s 2 Ch 25 14 2 8 ;i 34 s5 Qr (>Kt Hipb.), to the brazen serpent 2 K i8 Pu. Pt. *» "to m.KpO Ct s 6 fumi- gated withmyrrh, etc. (Aq. 53 Schlottm rrjfcjJD). Hiph.,, Pf. 3 ms. -Vl?j?n Lv 9 10 + ; 2 ms. rpopn Ex 29 1318 - 25 , etc.; Zmp/. 3 ms. T^PP Lv 4 26 16 25 , iPi?!l Ex 40 s7 + , etc.: Imv. ms.iepn 2 K 16"; Inf. abs. TCpn 1 K g 25 ; cs<r. "VBfn|> Ex 3 o 20 + ; Pt. TtppO Je 33 18 + , etc. 1. make sacri- fices smoke, van. a. in worship of  : abs. 1 K 12 33 13 1 2 Ch29 n ; c. ace. abn Lv 17 6 Nu

17 1 S 2 15 - 16 , nby 2 K 16 1315 2 Ch i 3 ", nfs 

Ex 30 20 Lv 2 11 Nu i8 17 , nmD Je 33 18 ; BX"i, etc., LvS^n-iSJK Lv2 16 , Q-D^n »^PI Lv6 5 ; mtip 1 S 2 28 ; on i K 9 :s v. Klo Benz ; place is nam by Lv 4'°+ 5 1., nnaian Ex 29 131825 + 23 1. Lv, Nu s 26 (all P); c. nat'en ( aC c.) Lv 6 8 ; niraa 1 K 3 3 ; Din p NVQ 2 Ch 28 s . b. less oft. in worship of other gods, pVibtO (gods of Sol.'s wives) 1 K 1 1 8 , Wt6 (of Moab) Je 48 s ; Dnb (Baalim) Ho 2 15 ;- 2 Ch 34 s5 rd. Qr QaL 2. cause incense to smoke, offer incense abs. 2 Ch 2 5 26 181819 ; c. ^ of altar 2 Ch 26 16 Ex 30 7 40 27 ; ' c. ace. nsytjp: 3 o 7 - 8 , D'OD mt3p 30 7 40 27 2 Ch 2 3 , Ten mop Ex 30 8 , map 'pn Nu 1 7 s 2 Ch 29 7 . 3. make smoke upon (by) both altars (of burnt- offering and of incense) 1 Ch 6 34 , cf. also 23 13 . Hoph. be made to smoke as a sacrifice : Impf. 3fs.^pnLv6 ,5 ,POOP : DMali"(EwKeal.[Ges • m *]; WeNowrd. nnjKPD^b'D; butv.lBpO). t-t3p(01 sl82 °) n.f. incense;— Je 4 4 21 (on gender v. Albr ZAWl " (189,, ' 10(l , who reads nnk for Dnjc, and so Kothst*" 1 Gie ; Gie also npi>). t[~tf£p?D, "H2j3Q] n.m. place of sacrificial smoke;— cstr. rvibp ICpr? naiO Ex 30 1 altar, place of offering incense (SS Kau Buhl ls al. n. act. burning). tltipo n.111. incense; — abs. 'd Mai 1" (Thes Hi Marti K *» GASm Kb'"' t3m ). tpi^pn n.f. censer; — 'd abs. 2 Ch26 19 ; rf. ta")BpDEz8". t[rr>tTp?p] n.f. incense-altar; — pi. abs. nVuppe 2 Ch 30". -(■II. [TPp] vb. dubious word; si vera 1. appar. = shut in, enclose (£ "rt?p :) Syr. ;^tf bind, O^Z chain);— Qal Pt. pass. pi. niixn nilCp Ez 46 s2 enclosed courts (cf. interpr. in Levy 1 ™? 8 , and JL&*> J£S PS 3589 ), but rd. prob. niHBp small, © <& Co Toy Berthol Krae. t p"lt2p n.pr.loc. in Zebulun Ju I 30 , K^ur, AX(p()w; =riEp Jos 19 15 ? site unknown. TPil2pn.pr.loc.in Zebulun Josig'^Karara^ A Karrad, @L Korratf ; — V. pIBp. tj^p No 2 * "" 1 " 1883 *' 539 ] vb. vomit up, spue out, disgorge (NH id., Hiph.; As. kd'u, spit Meissn 8uppLIB ; Ar.'li vomit; Eth. [+,£&] $h: vomit);— Qal Pt. f. ™p T Lv 18 s9 , but read prob. nNjJ, //. 3 fs. (Di Baen); Impf. (Qal or Hipb.) 3 ms. »E5 Jon2 n ; sf. UK^I Jb20 is ; 3 fs. K'pl? Lv 18 28 2o~, Kp!?! 18 25 ; ' 2 ms. sf. njS'pn p r 238; Hipb. Pf. sf. consec. fowpm 25 16 ; all vomit up: — c. ace, lit. Pr23 a 25 16 Jon 2 11 ; fig. of land casting out inhab.Lv 1 S 25 - 28 - 28 20 22 (all H); of disgorging riches Jb 20". T [i^p] n.[m.] what is vomited up, vomit (v. Ba NB79 );— sf. iKp Pr 26 11 (of dog). ttOj? n.m. id. (v. Ba 1 ™ 80 );— abs. 'p Is 28 s ; sf. i^p Is 19 14 (rim.); fig. Je 48^ (of Moab). t [Il^p] vb. vomit (si vera l.=N'p, Ges 576h Ko" 1 - 586 );— Qal Imv. mpl. *T? Je 25 w Qr (Kt Upl), be drunken and vomit (1 err. for Wp1). "$&*$ v. nop. Cp, nrpp v. Dip. ©iCp v. Wep. Pp (v/offoll.; d.Ar.^i fit together, fabri- cate (make artificially), forge (cf. Wetzst 8,r - I)rMCh - ufei (iot) »7^ wnelice *^j worker in iron. As. iznai (Meissn ZAT " 1(1893, ■ 82 ), k n^p, Syr.ULo, Palm. K^'p (pi.) metal-worker, cf. BH ^p ?aVl ; also Ar. illj slave-girl, and woman-singer, lute- player (fr. skill); cf. Eth. "PL: song, singing, Syr. Ik'-L.o, hymn, elegy; Ar. vb. lv Dozy; NH n3'p=BH; cf. also Bu 2 ^"" 882 28 ). t 1 - [rp] n -[ m -] spear © and most ; — sf.^'p 2S2i 16 ;<rd.iyaip (cf. ISI7 38 ) KloBu HPS al. fn. J"»g n.pr. 1. gent. (v. Sta 0lra '- Mey Bnw.hun.1j5. cf _ fa n.pr.fam. J15; Nab. Sin. n.pr.m. et. f. yp; tribe of smithst); — tribe of Moses' father-in-law JU4 11 (cf. '^p i 16 ), Kaiva, ©L Kdv; akin to Midian (Nu io" P), settled among Amal. in S. of Canaan (v. *?$);

l 2 nvp 

prophesied against by Balaain Nu 24" (PP.; JE);— v. also Tft 2. loc. ] s p} , in S. Judah (a settlement of 11. 'p 1 1) ;— Jos 1 5", [Za K a V ]a(in, A Zav<o] Aicfcji, ®L [Zavoi;] Aw, poss.= Ytiktn SE. from Hebron [Rob™ 11 - 85 ] (v. Buhl " "- 1 *'- who, however, cp. nj'P. v 22 ). fi. tlTp n.pr.loc. in S. Judah (a settle- ment of 11. rp- It), Jos i5 B . I«°M, A ©L K(*> ra . + 111. VP n.pr.m. Cain, Kotv, eldest son of Adam and Eve (expl. Gn 4 1 fr. nj^ acquire; but in fact =11. 'p, as here* eponymos, ace. to We 00 ™"- 11 Sta 0285 "' Bu"" 193 Holz " 60 '- esp. qij,ZAW III (18M). 250IT. ; IT 0896), 157 «■ Q^ e Bncj. Bib. Caw . /- Q u 1.2.3.6.5.8.8.9.13.15.1S.16.U j«p y6.24.25 ^ a ]J J) tTp adj.gent. of n. VP 1 (q-v.), W *9" (dwelling in N. Isr.), i K«./<uof, Ju 4" 1717 5 24 (against WMM Jen, who ref.'p here to city Kin near Megiddo, mentioned by Egypt,, v. esp. Bu Now on 4 1 ') ; rd.prol). also 'pn 33h i 16 (for 'P *?.? ; so Bu GFM ; @ oi vioi p toO Kt wuiov) ; elsewhere as n. gent. coll. 'Pl> settled among Amal., Nu2 4 21 (JE; v. 11. IS 1), 1S15 6 — = Tg v 6 (We Bu Kit [£, HPS ^pn) ; — 'pn also 27'° 30 29 (B®L K«wf(«)i = '???; A K-,i/«, K€i ra «o S ); Gn 15" (list of peoples; R^D^pn 1 Ch 2 M (K(f)ii/moi), related to Rechabites. tlj^p n.pr.m. a Sethite (Sab. n. pr. dei iypcis lT ' no - 81 - 2 );— Gn5 9101213 " I Chi 2 , Kcuvav. fn. nU^p n.f. elegy, dirge; — abs. 'p 2S i ,7 + ; pl/t^p Ez 2 10 (but rd. mp Co— not Berthol Toy Krae), nirp 2 Ch 35 s5 ; sf. Drvnirp y-z.^elegy, dirge 2 S 1 l; Ez 19 1414 3 2 ,6 , pi. 2 Ch 3 5 25 ; sg. || ^ Am 8 10 , || 'ni nan Ez 2'°, 'p tdw Je ?» c. ^ybr, Am 5'Je9 9 Ez26 ,7 27 2 28" 32 s ; c.?«Ez io 1 27 m ; 'pTDb Jeg^dpni); pi. as collection of ... J- riL „,2»' D. ZAW 11(1882), 19., cf. Ill written dirges 2 Ch 35 . — rJu «<*». *»* thinks Kina rhythm always 3 + 2 tone- beats, but book La (Heb. ni^p) is in all parts pentam., 3+2 varying sts. with 2 + 3, yet always 5 in line, with caesura; of other nwp, Am5 2 Ez io !ff - 26" bff - are pent., 2 S i u * ■f l tetr., Ez27 3 *- 28 12ff - 3 2 2,r hex. ; v. Br GmInlr - 379ff -. t [pip] vb. denom. Pol. chant a ni'p ; — Pf. 3 pi. consec. VfV Ez 27 s2 fy pers.), sf. (cogn.) nnfy) 32";' Impf. 3 ms. W* 2 Si 17 (c. ace. cogn. + ^$> pers.), cf. (?S pers. only), 2 Ch 35° and (b* pers.) 2 S 3 s3 ; 3 fpl. n«ipn c. ace. cogn., Ez 32", + -'? pers. v 16 ; Ft. as subst. Je 9" (professional) wailing women.

pVp^p 

fi. [PD] vb. Hiph. awake (||form of fp ; NH in Hiph. (rare)) —Pf 3 ms. TO 2 K 4 31 Ez 7 6 ; 2 ms. rfrpni consec. Pr 6", etc. ; Impf. 1 s. TP? Pr 23*; 3 mpl. W^ Je 51"+; Imv. ms. nx-p'ri Hb2 19 + ; mpl. Wpn Is 26 19 Jo I s ; /n/. cstr. TP n ^17" 73 20 ; -™- PW ! s 26 12 ; — «/i«to sigiwg of waking, awake: 1. from sleep, a. 1 S 26 12 Is 2 9 8 - 8 + 3 « 73 s0 139 18 Pr 6 21 (doubtful line, v. Toy), b. of '» ^ 44 s4 owafe [fr. sleep] to activity, so 35 23 (c. b rei), 59" (c. inf. purpose), c. fr. ecstatic sleep of proph. Je 3 1 26 . 2. fr. sleep of death, c. neg. 2 K 4 81 Je 51 3957 Jb 14 12 ; of resurrection Is 26 19 Dn 1 2 2 . . from stupor (of drunkenness) Jo I 5 Pr 23 s5 . . of inanimate thing Hb 2 19 ; cf. TPH m N ? T]^K Ez 7 6 the end cometh, it liath awaked unto thee (Co del. flJB, but the word-play favours it). — f 17 15 is put by Thes 01 Hup Du al. sub la; Ew De Che sub 2 ; We sub 1 b ; Calv Now : from night of distress and helplessness, and so Bae (psalmist representing Isr.). II. Y*p (•/of foil.; usu. taken as = I. pp, but connex. not clear; cf. Ar. Jali vehement heat of summer, late summer (We ata * ! *), &| be vehemently hot; Sab. B'p summer Mordtm Him. Iiuchr. 71 ; NH TP = BH , SO 3: «?£ , SjT. ^Js OAram. (Zinj.) NX'S summer). t yp n. m. Je 8| * summer, summer-fruit (cf. Gk. Blpos in both meanings); — abs. 'p Gn 8 M + ; r?i> T Am3 16 +; sf. ^P Is 16 9 3e^;— 1. SMTOmer-season, opp. *$ Gn 8 s2 (J), Am 3 1S Zc 14 8 V' 14"; II T Vi? Je 82 ° Pr fi8 Io6 26 '> als0 (without I'Sp,) 30 25 ; as fruit harvest Is 28 4 ; time of drought V' 3 2 * (%•)• 2 - summer- fruit 2 S I6 1 - 2 Am 8 1 ' 2 Je 4 o 1012 also, U^Xa, 48 s2 Mi 7 1 (in sim.), but ||T>Vp Is 16 9 (assim. to p of yp.; rd.prob.T-V3). STp v. J'Vp. "fli^p n-m/ ' 14 ' 6 a plant (cf. As. kuk- kdnltum (a) a garden-plant, D1 HWB 327 ) ;— usu. rioinus (R. communis, Linn. = castor-oil tree; cf. Dioscor. 1 "' m kuu (Egypt.) = Kporav [castor-oil tree}; Talm. p'p ?»f; v. esp. Low"' 353 '); perh. < bottle-gourd (© KoKoicwBa ; i.e. cucurbita lagenaria, a,me growing and witheringrapidly, Post in Hastings" 1 '"- 250 );— Jon 4 '- 6 - 7 - 910 ->v

pfej i.~ip n.m. ■ 74

  • e2 - t wall (•y/unknown);—

abs. 'p Nu 22 2s + , "N? Is 22 5 ; cstr. "r$ I K 6 5 + ; pi. flh'p. iK6 16 +, cstr. id., v 5 +; sf. Vni'p Ex3o 3 + , etc.; — wall, esp. as flat surface: 1. usu. of house or chamber : a. inner surface, Am 5 19 i S 1 8" + 9 t., + (of temple) i K 6' 5 ' + v 15b (but rd. rrnip beams, with © The Kit Benz), v 16!727 + 6 t. tb. outer surface, 2 K g 33 Ez 33 30 Is 59 10 (in sim.) ; so "V? BT? Is 25* (but Lo Kn Gr Di Du Che Hp « al. rd. l'p; JP Peters jbl,ki»«).46 „,.„„ to [- as 28 2jj. of terap ie x K s . tc. both inner and outer prop 6" 6 , cf. EZ41 yJ7J0* fd. indeterminate, 1 2 i - 7 ' 12 23". t«. thickness specified, Ez 41 5 ' 9 ' 2 ' 3 (of Ezekiel's temple), tf. as enclosing, 2 K 4 10 (of n>pj?, q.v.) ; as separating Ez 43 s . t2. wall of (temple-)court Ez 8 7 ' 8,8 (in vision) ; of vineyard Nu 2 2 25 - 26 (J), of city 35 4 (P), cf. noinn ? J os 2 15 (JE) the (inner) surface of the wall. t3. more gen., 1 K 5 13 , and (in phr. Tpa pnfP) 1S25" 34 1K14 10 16 11 2 1 21 2K9 8 ; in fig. Ez 13 12 ' 14 (appar. fem., but city Jerus. prob. in mind, cf. Albr 2AWxTl<18M) ' 85 Ko"- 2 '" 5 ), v 1515 (HTD v 10 ), 'KM 'p f 62 4 ; 'P J3K 2 S 5 n ='p 1 Ch 14', cf. Hb2 n (fig.); bpz Tg Ez 4 3 (symbol.).— Is 2 2 s is dub.: usu. wall (so even Du Che Hpt Marti), butref. not clear; Ew Che Comm - in. "Vp; KloBrd Wkl A1M "'- Untm - m tp, soWMM""'- DB K ™, but v. Dr lb - K0A . 1 4. of flat side of altar Ez 4 1 22 Ex 30 3 37 2G Lv i 16 5 9 (all P). +5. nlTp ^3? Je 4 19 walls of my heart (as seat of pain). yn."Vp in n.pr.loc. of Moabite cities (cf. np = <% MI 11 - 12 - 24 , pi. pp I. 29 );—® usu. am., or reads to tux°* — 1- 3K10 'p L115 1 , poss. Rabba, S. of Arnon, v. Buhl" 80 "- 270 . 2. bnn 'p Je 48 3136 , fenn 'p is 1 6" = nfenn 'p is 1 6 7 , nbnn 'p 2 Kf (Gi nenn ^ per h'. Kerak, S. of Rabba, v.Buhl" and cp. (on Kerak) Palmer »«•»' «»•»•«» Dowling PKQ - 0ct1896 ' 327 , esp. Mauss in de Luynes Voyage * la Mer Horte (1864), II. 106 ff., ill (Atlas, ad fin.). 13 pi. fin. "Vp n.pr.terr. et gent, 'p orig. house of Aram Am9 7 ; iTVp as place of exile Am i b 2 K 16 9 (@ rrjv ■noKiv); "Vp as people in As. army Is 2 2 6 (v 5 vid. i. "Vp ad fin.). — Location dub., v. conspectus of older views Dr Aml » 5 ; plausible is some tribe in S. Babylonia, E. of Tigris Wkl ATUntna. 178 c f JJ a ] BKJ jl. 60 . WMM H ** t ' DB *"■ everywhere del., or em. jtfp, but v. i."Vp 3. DTp - Dip. tttTp n.pr.m. (prob. *B*P, Ar. ^-Jj, Aram. NK*p, No 2MOzla881 "' m ; orig. n.pr.dei as Ar. y^jy wh. nowonly in n.pr. pers.We Held - 2(i7 ); — K(«-)«: 1. father of Saul iSp'^io 1 " 1 14" 2S2i 14 iCh 8 s0 - 33 (where read "Vft, Be Kau Kit), v 33 = 9 3,1 - TO (read as above), v 39 12 1 26 s8 . 2. Levites : a. iCh23 SL22 24 29M . b. 2Ch2 9 12 . 3. ancestor of Mordecai Est 2 s (Kfto-aiov). T]it!?' , i7 n.pr. of wady running NW. through plain of Megiddo(Esdraelon), K(f)io-<ov(t stream o/(god) Kish RS 8 ""- «■• ^^ 17 °) ;— alw. 'P bm Ju 4 713 5 21 - 2 ' + 83 10 , also 1 K 18 40 ; mod. Nahr- el-Mukattd; v. Buhl "*' 106 ' 209 , GASm ""- 383 . ■>ejip v. *#»P sub Bhp. hp_, bp v. !6p. (Vp voice, v. ^p). PT^p 2 S 20" Kt, v. bnp. fl. [H7p] vb. roast, paroh (NH n^p id. (rare), 'vp=BH; As. kpM, n. 1, in. 1 burn, consume Meissn 8upplM ; Sab. DflK^p conflagratio, aestus Os 4 ' 1920 CIS"- 1 "" 74 -'- 20 ; Ar. JJ fry or roos< wheat ; Eth. •frtOJ: "M?: burn, fry, so 3!

  • 6p, Syr. JLo);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. CW3 D^>p J e

29 22 (acc.pers.)Ae roasted them with fire; Pt.pass. Eta «6p 3'3*tLv2"(P) grain ;)arcfo*Z with fire; so 'vp alone, as common food, Jos 5 11 (P), v. 'pp. Niph. Ft. nbp3 as n. ^ 38 s my loins are filled with burning (Vrss Bae with contempt, II. TOp). P7p n.m. 181 1 ' parched grain, a common food (Rob 8 *"- 50 Anderlind ZPV "');— abs. 'p 1 S 25 18 2 S I7 28 * + v 28 " (but dittogr., del. © @ and Coram.), Lv 23 14 (P), Ru 2 ,4 ; = K , pp 1 S 17 17 . fll. [H /p] vb. Wipb.be lightly esteemed, dishonoured (|| form of bbp; cf. NH f^p, X ^T?i?> disgrace, shame); — Pf. 3 ms. consec. rhpi) Is 16 14 Dt 25 s ; Pt. nj?pj Is 3 s +2t.;— 6e lightly esteemed, held of little account, Is 16 14 (glory of Moab); n^p:i En B*^C 1 S iS 25 ; so (Pt. as subst.) Is 3 5 (opp. 13^J), Pr 1 2 9 (opp. 132np) ; more positively, be dishonoured, degraded, Dt 25 s CIT^f)- Hipb. treat with contempt, dishonour, Pt. "Ol V3K rbpQ Dt 27 16 one dis- honouring [i.e. opp. i?3 of 5th Command]. t'j'lT'j? n.m. Fr "' 2 ignominy, dishonour; — abs. 'p Ho 4 7 +; cstr. ji^p Is 22 18 ; sf. V&p Je 1 3 M + > — 1- °f national ignominy Ho 4 718 (dub. line, v. Che Now), Je 46 12 (rd. prob. V')p, so © nrhz

Gie Co Hpt ), Hb 2 W f 83 17 ; of nation under fig. of woman, = pudenda, Je 13* Na 3 s (|| VV^). 2. personal dishonour, disgrace, of Shebna, as disgrace to his lord's house Is 2 2 18 (opp. , )J.133); individ., Jbio* Pr 3 » (opp. "rta|), 6 M 9 7 ii ! " 13 18 (opp. nasj), 18 s 22 10 . tni^jS n.f. oaldron (Krman 2 » G, "'" a8W,11!1 cp. Egypt, krht, pot, cf. OCopt.^aZaAf! Lag BN S8 , wh. has come back as loan-wd. WMM* 1 "-" " 4 ); — abs! 'p 1 S 2 U ( + ii 4 ?, 1", Tns); nnfce Mi 3 s (II "*?)• I- D/p (^offoU; NHt3bpta£ewp,m,Aar- bour, so ;£ 0?p; Ba ESM cp. Ar. oiii reservoir with n, cf. i>Dp, JBp). TI37pQ n.[m.] refuge, asylum (P Ch); — '» TJ? asylum-cities Nu 35 111314 , 180 ^ Nu 35 6 Jos 20 2 , so 1 Ch 6 4 " 2 (but id. t»n "»*?, ace. to || Jos 2 1 1 " 1 , so BeKauKit), '»? (after rpn) Nu 35 1215 Jos 20 3 ; cstr.in phr. nsin C&?» "VJ Jos2i"- 21J732J8 (Gi; v^vand. H. Baer); sf. of refugee, to^pp TJ Nu 3 5^ 2 «-s" 2 . fll. [U^p] vb. be stunted (1=1 'p; prop, be drawn in ? cf. Ar. L!lU very short) ; — Qal Ft. pass. B^J] jmfe> Lv 22 s3 sacrif. animal, overgrown or stunted. Ji*tt"hp n.pr.m. Levite.Ne 8 7 io 11 (®L in both KnXXirat) Ezr io 23 (where called also '"Ivf?., V. n^>ip), KwXitv, A KaXtrat, ®L as Ne. (m^Pv. 1. rbp. ihp-v.&p. rrhp V. KB7P. [77p] vb. be slight, swift, trifling (prob. orig.'&e light; NH [V%], *>p, ^p = BH ; As. kal&lu 11. despise, dishonour ; so Tel Am (appar. Canaanism); Ar. Jji be small, scanty; Sab. tbbp ^anty Hal' 438 '- (cf. Fell ZMa,1,(,90 °>' 246 ); Eth. +rtrt: be light, small, easy; 11. despise; % %?, Syr. ^, = BH ; also (v. Pilp., etc.) Ar. JJiiS shake, "fc^Vfert: vibrate, whirl (of sword),

  • A+A: V. be shaken;— Schwally 2AW,1<189,) - ,7< "'-

thinks slutke original, v. ?i?P); — 1 Qal Pf. 2 ms. rihp. Nai"; 1 e. *r»5»B J I, 4 o 4 ; 3 pi. *;>P Gn 8" + ; Impf. 3 fs. ^pni 16 4 ; 1 s. ^p«l v 5 ; 3mpl. ?>r- l *"> 2a °' — *• ^* «%<) of water, be abated, froff (^g») earth Gn 8 8 » (J). 2. be swift, c. IP comp., of warriors 2 S I 23 , horses Je 4" Hb i 8 ; one's days Jb 7" 9 s3 . 3. trifling, i.e. of little account, of pers., Gn 16 45 (J; both c. OTJ? 3 ); * S 2 30 (opp. 133$). tMxph. Pf. 3 ms. !?PJ (Ges' 67 *-) 2 K2O 10 + , ^ consec. 2 K 3 18 ; ^3 Pr 14"; 1 s. consec. V^ 2 S 6 a ; Impf. 3 mpl. ife. Is 30 16 ; Pi. f. nVpa^J?) Je 6 14 + 2 t.; — 1. shew oneself swift Is 30 16 (Ipp'-'P 3J}}). 2. appear in^m^, 1 S 18 23 (Dsp^a ; Inf. subj., cf. Dr), c. IP comp. fee <oo trifling Is 49 6 , esp. of sin 1K16" (Inf. subj.), and (c. IP comp.) Ez 8 17 ; easy 2 K 3 18 ('m), 20 10 (c. Inf.), Pr 14 6 ; Pt. (as subst.) c. *j>3? in adv. phr. rfygfbg lightly i.e. superficially, Je 6 14 8". 3. be lightly esteemed 2 S 6 s2 (|| 5>BE> ; opp. fnastjt). Pi. 40 Pf. 3 ms. ?.?p 2Si9 22 + , etc.; Impf. bbp) Lv2o' + , etc.; Imv. ms. bSp 2 S 16 10 ; 7n/ cstr. b)e Gn 8 21 Jos 2 4 9 , etc. j Pi. ^>pp Ex 2 1 ,7 + ; sf.VH&pD rffej J e 1 5 ">, rd.*0$>Pp! (Baer); err. for Vfljft Dnb JDMich Gf Gie Du al., etc.;— curse (prop, make contemptible) : I.e. ace. pers. homin. Ex 2 1 17 (E), Gn i 2 3 (J), Lv 19 14 (H), Ju 9 s7 2 S i6 9 + 16 t.; rbb? ^ 1 K 2 8 ; obj. om. 2 S i6 6 - 7 i° 1113 ^ 62 s 109 28 (opp. ^3); ace. pers. + 3 of oath 1 S 17 43 2 K 2 24 ; c. 3 of oath alone Is 8 21 . 2. c. ace. dei Ex 22 s7 (E), Lv 24 15 (H), 1 S 3 13 (rdg. ttvfa for Dnb, © Coram.), + (obj.om.)Lv24 llu - 23 . "3. c.acc.reiGn8 21 ('< subj.), Jb 3 1 . tPu. Impf. 3 ms. ??P? Is

20 be cursed by death ; 3 fs. Pppjjl Jb 24 18 their 

portion is cursed; Pt. pi. sf. 1v?pp a// 3 7 s2 iAose cursed by him (opp.l^'sp). tHiph..P/.3 ms. ^PO IS8 23 ; 2 ms. sf. wipn 2 S 19 44 (van d.H. -i); 3pl. '?P0Ez2 2 7 ; 7mp/.3ms.?p' 1S6 5 ; Imv.ms. £pn Ex iS 22 ^-; /«/. c*«r. id., Is 23" Jon i 5 ;— . make light, lighten, DS^p IT""? ^ 1 S6 5 Ae tOT'rt lighten his hand from upon you; c. ^SfP pers. alone, ma/ce light from upon one, lighten one's burden Ex 18 22 (E), Jon i 6 1 K 12'°= 2 Ch io 10 ; + IP partit. 1 K i2 49 =2 Ch 10". . treat with contempt, ace. pers. 2 S ig^Is 23" Ez 2 2 7 ; dir. caus. bring contem])t, dishonour Is 8 s3 ( opp. "Vsan). f Pilp. Pf 3 ms. 1 . shake D^sna bp_bp Ez 2 1 26 (in divination). 2. (pecu- liarly) wfut Ec io 10 (prop, move quickly to and fro). tHithpalp. reflex, of 1 : Pf. 3 pi. vpPPJ}'} Je 4 24 hills shook themselves, shook. |2 adj. light, swift, fleet; — ms. 'p Am a M + f bp T v m . f 8 . nbp Je 2 23 ; pi. D7P Is 1 8 2 4- ;— l^JTja bp Z?y t ( with his feet Am 2 16 2 S 2 18 ; 'p hp

rap alone, swift, messengers Is 18 3 , pursuers La 4" (|1? comp.), camel Je 2 23 , cloud Is 19 1 ; of swift vanishing of wicked Jl> 24 18 (Bu *?p for SWH ?p); as subst. Am 2" Je 46" Ec 9 11 , = swift (horse) Is 30"; bp_ as adv., swiftly ( + rnnD) I s 5 * J04 4 . T 7p n.[m.] lightness, frivolity (so Vrss Ki Gie; Gf thinks = fhp-, > = voice) ;— b$Q HJUt Je 3'. — ?P voice, v. Pip. T 7 7p adj . burnished (fir. %/rf, quick move- ment of rubbing?); — 'p nB>n3 burnished brass Ez i 7 Dn io 6 (so most ; Co, Ez, J"ii?p, in prefix- ing DrVBJB fr. v s ; Dn then follows crpt. Ez. i""l77p n.f. curse; — abs.'p Gn 2 7 12 + ; cstr. rife Ju 9" + ; sf. yrbbp Gn 2 7 13 , 'in^p 2 S 1 6 12 (van d. H. Kt <Tbbp, so We Dr Lbhr)'; pi. ti&ft Dt 28' 5 " 5 ;— curse, Gn 27 1213 (J); oft. opp. nana, Dt 1 i MJS 2 3 6 = Ne 13 2 , + 8 t. Dt., Jos 8 M (D), Ju 9 57 V 109 1718 Pr 27"; D3n T$fe Pr 2 6 2 a groundless curse, cf. 2 S 16 12 ; J"l2n.D3 n?pp 1 K 2 8 a grievous curse; =;a formulaof cursing Jeag 22 ; = o6;'«c* of curse, "b$ (WT^j r£S? Dt 21 23 , n!3B> PJ^P 2 K 22", cf. Je 24' 2' 5 18 + 6 t. Je, Zc 8 13 . "H7p n.pr.m. priest Ne 12 20 , ©L KaX/ia. I 7p7p adj. contemptible, worthless (cf. 01 * 189 ' Ba NBI6 °) ;—'pn D$3 Nu 21 6 (JE). P'PV n - [ m -] disgrace; — Hb 2", si vera 1. intens. OP 820 Kb"- 130 ' 407 , but dub. (v. We Now GASm). t [D 7p] vb. mock, seoff(Ecclus 1 1 4 obpn, text byAdkr J «« 11(1M0 >- 470 );— -Pi. Inf. cstr. tfofy }3HN Ez 16 31 to scoff at hire (of Jerusalem under fig. of harlot), but © @ Symm collect, rd. Y^pb Gr Toy Krae (or Bij&b, Co). Hithp. mock, deride, c. 2 pers., Impf. 3 ms. p?i"n? Hb I 10 ;

mpl. >opn Ez 2 2 5 , 'nn 2 K 2 s3 . 

TC7p n.[m.] derision, i.e., object of it, l|nBnn";lj e20 s ) + 55£,j, 44 >< 7 9«. tnDj'P n.f. id., id.;— Ez 22 4 . fl. [JHp] vb. sling, hurl forth (Thes cp. Ar. iAS sit insecurely (v. also Fra 224 , Socin in Buhl L " 13 ), waver, whence ilS sail (loan-wd. Fra 1 - ), JAram. wbp id., BH NHV^ curtain; thence hurl, sling ; but this perh. denom. (Socin Kc -) fr. Lc.'fe loosened clod, cf. Syr.ltS&ao id. (No in Fra lc ); Ar. iliL sling, Eth. OD^JVO: id.; Z V?P vb. sling, Syr. n. t.v» sling) ; — Qal Ft. ~b# |3N3 JJ.yp Ju 20 1 " one slinging (with) a stone at a hair ; 'ip c. ace. pers. Je io 18 / will sling forth the inhabitants. Pi. Impf. 3 ms. Vpp?l 1 S 1 7 49 and he slang (sc. the stone) ; sf. n ?5??P! 25 s9 lie shall sling away (life of enemy). ftJrJJp n.[m.] sling; — abs.'p 1817 s0 , j6gP 'l 3 25 M Moic 0/ <Ae sZ% (fig.); sf. W)p_ 17'"; "^J?* Jb 4 12 ° sling-stones, so D"$p 'K 2 Ch 26"; ifor'K Zc 9 15 is difficult: Marti K * u 'p-"tf3 ; We Now 'P V. 3 «<ws 0/ I tjy'pp] n.m. slinger;— pi. D^B ' K 3 25 . . [^p] n.[m.] curtain, hanging (P); — pi. abs. Dybp Ex 2 7 9 + 7 t. Ex; cstr. 'JfSp 35 17 + 4 t. Ex, Nu 3 26 4 26 .— 1 K 6 Mb read D'jftf t II. Pip vb. carve ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'p : c. 2 ace, carve walls with, 1 K6"; c. ace. cogn. + ?5? v 32 ; c. ace. of thing carved v 35 . tny'ppn n.f. carving;— cstr. 'o 1 K 6 18 ; pi. abs. mybpa 7 31 ; cstr. niy^pt? (after V^P) 6 s9 - 32 . p^p v. &p. tpffi^p doubtful word, in phrase 'p ttyfo. 1 S 1 3 21 (poss. would be fine point, cf. Aram. E^p be thin, hence 'p 'e> tridens, E.V. /or£s, but against anal., v. esp. Dr). n^p v. Dip. T7NTCp n.pr.m. Kapovtjk: 1. sonofNahor Gn22 21 . 2. Ephraimite Nu 34 24 . 3. Levite

Ch 27" (B 2anovr), A Ka/*., ®L top.). 

pnp v. mp. FTQp (-/of foil.; As. kamil, perh. crush, grind; kemu ( = kemu"l), flour; NH = BH, so $ NTOp, Syr. JLstei; Vulg. Ar. 'Jj> wheat; Eth. 4>7 v (hi produce, fruit, vegetables; cf. Egypt, kamah, Bondi 77 , kmh, a kind of bread, Erman 2 " 011 ' 1 * 92 '- 120 ). Tn^p n. [m.] flour, meal; — abs. 'p 1 S I « +) npp T Is47 2 ; cs t r - n ^ Nu 5 15 ;— Ju6 19 (material for unleavened cakes), 1 S I 24 28 24 2 K 4 41 ; defined by n^b (q.v.) Gn 18 6 , disting. fr. n^'D 1 K 5 2 ; of barley (Dny'f) Nu 5 15 (P), but

S i7 28 + Dtpn, trffy, ^p ; + other articles of ttttp 

food i Ch 12" (van d. H. v 40 ); kept in a 1? iKi7 ij.i«.k. ma debygrindingIs47 J ; ?| nos 'P nST|! Ho 8 7 . t [ZOQp] vb. seize (NH id., seize, grasp, press together; Ar. kli bind together; Aram. BDp=BH; V v«" seize, compress); — Qal Itnff. 2 ms. sf. ^BDpni Jb 16 8 and thou didst seize me. Fa. be snatched(untimey) Pf. 3 pl.ltatpi^ Jb 2 2 16 . t[70p] vb. be decayed (Syr.%i^ be mouldy, decay); — Qal Pf 3 ms. ?J2p Is 33' Lebanon mouldereth ; 3pl.^£iJ i9 6 (of ^DJ njp). tl^Op vb. enclose with the hand, grasp (NH td.=BH; X H?i?; As. kimsu, kinsu, is a part of the body occurring in pairs, Meissn Bup P ..8^._Q al P f 3 mg consec . ycp Lv 2 5 5 13 (both c. ace. iSDp^ NpD+fD of source), Nu 5 26 (c. ace. + f? of source ; all P). t[y?3p] n.[m.] closed hand, fist; — sf. sqp t6n his fist-full Lv 2 2 R M ; take up T3 6 s in his fist (all P); pi. V>VG>b Gn 41 47 the earth yielded by handfuls (i.e. abundantly; E, ace. to most ; P, Ball Holz, who questions text). tfOp ( v of following ; meaning unknown) . tteisp n.m. Ho96 coll. thistles or nettles (© Sxavdai, cf. Ki ; 33 urtica); — abs. 'p, sign of desolation, Ho o 6 ( > van d. H. E'0 , i? ; cf. Baer De co mp iat.v^.!». ||nin),i S34 13 ( + Dn'p, nin); p i. (c. i inf., Thes Nb M169 ' AnlnS Lbw ,94Anm j D^'CtpP Pr 24 31 (> van d. H. D'JitTBp ; || D'hn). ]? v. :p. NJp (/of foil.; Ar. Lis become intensely red (or black), with dye ; NH nWp jealousy; Syr. w)Ia lividus fuit, )LLLj zeal, envy (rare); vb.denom. NH NJp, Aram. Wp, Eth. #1A: all be jealous, zealous). TnN-p n.f. ardour, zeal, jealousy (frcm colour produced in face by deep emotion); — abs.'pNu5 ,4 + ; cstr. nK3pIs 9 6 ; sf. 'riwp Nu 25"+, etc.; pi. riWp Nu 5 lsl8 - 25 - M ;— 1. ardour of jealousy of husband Pr6 M 27*; 'p TtT jealous disposition Nu j 14 -"- 30 (P); offering for jealousy, 'P nmDv ,518!!4 (P); 'pn min v m (P); of rivalry EC4 4 9 8 ; Ephr. against Judah Is 11"; ardent love, || ranvt. Ct 8'. 2. ardour of zeal : a. of men for God NU25" " (P) 2 K io"; for the house of '« yjf 69 10 . b. of God for his people,

nip 

esp. in battle Is 42 15 63 15 Zc i 14 8 2 ; T H>? Is

17 ; nut nbyn '" 'p 9 6 37 32 = 2 K 19" 3 - 

ardour of anger: a. of men against adversaries ^ 1 19 139 Jb 5 2 (|| B>y3), Pr 1 4 s0 (opp. KS-|P 3$ b. of God against men, || npn Ez 5 13 I6 33 - 42 2 3 25 3° 6 ; II n?V 38 19 ; || W Dt 29 19 EZ35 11 ; + W Is 26 11 Ez 36 s Zp i 18 3 8 ^ 79 5 ; nspran 'pn ^>cp Ez 8 3 <Ae anger-image provoking to anger ; 'pn 'D alone v 5 . I [N2p] vb.denom. Pi. be jealous, zealous (Gerber 131 ) ;— Pf. 3 ms. Mp Nu 25" + ; 1 s. TOg Zci ,4 + etc; Impf. *«£ Isn 13 Pr23 ,; , etc.; /»/ «6«. tig 1 K 19 1014 ; cstr. sf. iWp Nu 25 11 ; iriSOp 2 S 21 2 ; .ft. KffiD Nu n :9 ;— 1. be jealous of, c. ace. tafK-nK Nu 5 141430 (P) ; in rivalry Is 11 13 . 2. 6e envious of, c. 3 pers., Gn 30 1 (E), 37" (J) * 37' 73 s Pr 3 31 23" 24'"; c. ace. pers. Gn 26" (J), Ez 31 9 ; c. 7 pers. j/ 106 16 . 3. be zealous for: a. of man, c. 7 pers. Nu 1 1 29 (J), 2 S 2 i»j for God Nu 25 13 (P), 1 K 19 1014 ; nwp 'p Nu 25 11 (P). b. of God, 'BHp DB>S> Ez 39 25 , irixb Jo 2", 'wv'? Zc i M , )i*SP Zc 8 22 . 4. excite to jealous anger, c. a instr. Dt32 21 *(dub.; probably "OlSOpn ; cf. v 16.21 b^ j K 14 22 . Hiph. provoke to jealous anger: Impf. 3 mpl. sf. WK?p: Dt32 16 ; IITOWp: i/r 78 s8 (||lnlD^3>l); 1 s. DX^PS Dt 32 s1 "; P«. metapl. flipD Ez 8 3 (Ges S75 <, del. Co). tNDp adj. jealous;— only of God: N3p i>S Ex 20 5 (J) = Dt 5 9 (as punishing those who hate him), Ex 34 14 (J), Dt 4 24 6 15 (demanding exclusive service) ; iOB' R|g Ex 34" (J). t«i;p adj. id.; — «*i3p b« Jos2 4 19 (E) (cf. Dt6 15 supr.), Nahi 2 (||Dpi). I.HJp t vb. get, acquire (NH=BH; Ph. (Pun.) WpD, property [in cattle]; As. kanH, gain, acquire, Meissn BaM> - si ; Ar. US (_j, ij) acquire, procure; Sab. '3p acquire, possess, Qjgiv.no.M.w , jp n- progeny Id n>. no. 3.8.29.3. Eth _ Qftl acquire, subjugate; Aram. NJp, Lld, ac- ,/wVe);— Qal 81 T 3 / 3 ms.'p Gn 25'° + ; sf. ^ Dt 3 2 6 , in;p Lv 27 s4 ; 3 fs. rr^ r + 78"; 2 ms. n^p Ex 1 5 10 + , etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. n3p? Lv 2 2 11 + , fljh Gn33 ,9 +, etc.; 7wir. ms. njp Gn47 19 + ; A/ a6s. nip Lv 25 14 1 Ch 2 1 24 , tip, 2 S 2 4 24 ; crfr. nip Pn6 16 , n'ap Pr i6 ,6 + , etc.; Pt. nip Dt 28 68 , niip Pri 5 32 +, etc.;— +1. get, acquire (all poet.) : a. of God as originating, creating, H?} a Vf ™.P Gn 14 1922 , Dt 32 s (Isr.), pp

  • 1 39" <$tyt) ; Pr 8 s3 (roan q.v.). b. of God

as victoriously redeeming his people Ex i5 16 Is ii» f 74 2 (b«i); obj. npn 78". c. of Eve, acquiring Rg, ^TW (i.e. wt'/ 3 mpl. OJR v 15 . Hiph. i 5 /. 3 ms. sf. *8pj DIK Zc 13 5 ; AV makes denom. of njpo C a«?«; Thes RV Marti**" Buhl caused (one) «o purchase me, i.e. made m« a bondman; < We Now GASm read ♦Jfjji? nnnN._p<. nape v . top. ')^j? n.[m.] thing got or acquired, ac- quisition (Aramaism, Lag BIi205 ); abs. 'p Ez 38 1213 ; cstr.f::pLv22 11 ; sf.^PP^-f, etc.;— 1. thing acquired by purchase ^DS |*SJ Lv 22 11 (H ; cf. tTjgO); of property Gn 34^ 36 s Jos 14 4 (all P), Ez 3 8 1213 (in all disting. fr. njpo cattle); 11^1 f 105 21 ; <«*) njpo Gn 3 i 18 '(P; prob. doublet, ® om.); nj'a njp ^BTff Pr 4 ; toft* (or a« the price of) all that thou liast acquired, get understanding. 2. more gen. : coll. creatures @ ktio-is ijf 104 24 (cf. Vl a). n:pn 76 n.m. ElW - 26 cattle; — abs. '» Gn 46 s2 + ; cstr. Hjpp Gn 1 3 ? + ; sf. *nj*/0 Gn 3 18 + , T?P? Is 30 23 (Ges'"-), etc.; pi. sf (but v. Ko »" 2 <) 'apt? Ex i 7 3 + , 05*359 Gn47' 6 + , etc.;— 1. ca«/e in gen., including cows, sheep, horses, asses, camels (any or all of them), as purchas- able domestic animals, Gn 47 16161717 Ex o 3 + (J), 10" (E), Dt 3 19 (not in P), Jb i 3 f 7 8 48 Je 9' iCh5 21 + ; so prob. fttplM !?nk 3*** Gn 4* 1 (J) of nomads, nm2T} ' hjpp Gn 47 18 (J). 2. specif, of cows, sheep, and goats in herds and flocks Gni3 2 (J), 3i 9 (E), v 18 3 6 7 46° Nu 32' (all P), Is 30 23 -)-; 'O "bW Gn 46 s2 - 34 (J), '8 ny Gn 47 6 (P), cf. 1 Ch 28';D *g*l Gn 13" (J); disting. from noria Nu 31 9 (P), 3 2 M 2 K 3 17 ; fr. pp Jos 14 4 (P) Ez 38 1213 ; from both Gn 34™ 3 6 6 (P); -pa JNV '» 2 Ch 3 2 M

  • K*fl npa 'd Ec 2 r ; npa 'di jkx 'b Gn 26 14 47 17

(J); sheep only Gn 29' (J) Nu 32 16 (E).— njpa "TfrO Gn 49 32 (P) rd. wpp; nbiy ^y «!« fupo Jb 36 s1 rd. nspp (Hiph. Pt.), or ngpjp (Pi. pi.) metapl. fr. tap, Hi Bo Di Du; 1 8 30 20 del. 'Bn ® We Dr al., v. esp. HPS. TnJpO n.f. purchase ;— abs. 'o Gn23 18 + ; cstr. n?pp Gn i7 I2 +; sf. *J1JP*? Lv 25 16 + ;— 1.

•op purchase, *|P| n?pO Gn 1 7 ""MM", Ex 1 2 44 (all P) ; 'Bn 1BD document of purchase Je 3a 1 "" 1 **'*. 2. purchase-price, Lv 25 16 '" 1 " 27" (P). 3. possession (gained by purchase), n:pof> Gn a 3 »(P). '^■"^-i?^ n.pr.m. (possession of '*) ; — Levit. musician 1 Ch i5 1821 , Ma(c(<)eXX(«)a, Ma«wu(r), Maicitai'ia(s). II. (Up (</of foil.; cf. As. kanu, reed; Ar. .115 spear-sliafl ; Eth. "J"?^; ^oad; NH njp, Aram. twp, )ii£, all = BH. Hence Gk. Kawa, Kavrjs, also <ca«o>/ basket (Lewy Fremdw-99 ), Lat. cannaY n:j5 e2 n.m. r '" 41 ' 5 stalk, reed;— abs. 'p 1 K 14"+; cstr.n:i5Ez 4 o 3 -|-; sf. FIJ5 Ex 25 31 37 17 = njB (Ges' 91 ') Jbsi 22 ; pi. D*$ Ex2 5 32 +; cstr. "JP 37 18 +; sf. nnbp 25 3« 37 22 ;_ tl. sto?/fc of grain Gn 4 1 522 (E). 1 2. water-plant, reed, 1K14 15 Is 19 6 ( + «1»), 35? ( + SB3); coll., *p n*n ^68 31 6«a«te 0/ (</<«) reeds (dwelling among them), cf. nx:n 'p inpa Jb 4 o 21 ; yxrm 'pn n*^B 2 K i8 21 =Is 3 6 6 , 'p 'B>» Ez 29 s , aU fig. of weak support ; cf. pJH 'p Is 42 s (spared by ^ lay). t3. calamus, aromatic reed, 3it3n 'p Je 6 20 (Ges* 126 "), ***3-p Ex 3 o 23 (P); 'p alone Ez 27" IS43 24 Ct4 14 . 4. derived meanings: fa. measuring-rod, iTHBn njp Ez 40 35 (6 cubits long, v. HBS) 42.616..7..8..9 b< unit of measurej reed (of 6 cubits, as As. kanH) Ez4o 55 -f- 10 t. 40, 42, + 'pn i^B 4 i 8 / u z; re ea!(emphat.). icbeamot scales, for scales themselves Is 46 s . td. shaft of lamp-stand Ex 25 3l =37 ,7 (P). e. branches thereof, Ex 2 5 32 - 32 - 32 = 3 7 1818 - 18 + 16 t. 25, 37 (all P). ff. shoulder-joint, Jb 3 1 22 (|| Dae*). Tnjp n.pr. 1. of wady between Ephr. and ManassJ 'p bn Jos 1 6 s 1 7" (both P), Ka( pa )i,a, Kava,, etc.; identif. by Eob Ba " 1135 with Wady Kdnah, S. and SW.of Nablus,cf.Buhl G,,<,Br101 ' 105 . 2 . loc. in Asher, 1 g 28 , Kai>(6)a{ v ), etc. ; prob. h'dna, SE.fr. Tyre Rob BE »- 4Mf - Buhl 229 , Egypt. Ka'nd WMM A..u.Ear. 181; and perhaps Tel Am. A-«ntf. Wp n.pr .m. in Edom, K.wf : son of Eliphaz Gn 36"= i Ch i 36 , Gn 3 6 ls cf. v 42 = i Ch i 5 ', and father of Othniel Jos 1 5 17 Ju i 13 3 911 (v. Di Gn

u ES9,Comm.Jul,lSQJijjJul.ls«T. ^gyEntjlehunBllSfA 

T*^3j3 adj. gent., c. art.'pn, of Caleb Nu 32 1J Jos 14 614 (all JE); as n.coll. Gn 15 19 (in list ; appar. S. Canaanitish people). ^p v. TB. poap

nbiyv t V 2p n.m. oinnamon (prob. foreign wd., coming with the thing from remote E., cf. M*Lean-ThDyer K, " !^ • E,b •*■*•; cp. with Malay kai- namanis by Bod Ths - Add ' '", kayii manSsLewy Fremdw.37^ k ut 011 ]y fcayu, wood, given by Scott"* ■ Words 111 Eng. JA08»»II, XVHH1896. 1897). Q]j Ktma/imV from Heb. (against Lag BN '"));— fragrant bark used as spice: abs. 'p Pr?" Ct 4 "; cstr. ttopofi Ex 30 53 (P) cinnamon of sweet odour. — Vid. also Hougbton-Tr 8mllh DB,T - Post""""" DB s ;'-. Pp (-/of foll.jmng.l ~SK]2nest,Ae.kinnu, kannu, nest, family ; Aram. N3p, ±o nest). p n.m. 1 " 22 ' 6 nest;— abs. 'p Is io ,4 + ; cstr. "i2 Dt2 2 6 ; sf. ty 32" + . etc -; P 1 - D )*5 Gn 6"; — 1. nest, of bird Dt22 6 Jb39 27 ; in eim. Isio 14 Pr2 7 8 ,of«e*<Zmf7sDt32" Isi6*(r^9 IP), perhaps also '3p-Dy Jb 29 18 , but difficult, Che jqjuIj. ism. 578 pro p jpj or ypja ( c f. ©) ; nest on high, of rock-dwellings Nu 24 21 (JE) Je 49 16 Ob 4 ; fig. of Chaldeans' secure abode Hb 2 9 ; temple as secure home for Isr. ^ 84 4 (fig. of swallow). 2. cells, like nests, in Noah's ark Gn 6" (P ; read prob. D"?i? &»&, so Lag 01 Bu Cr " B5 DiHolzGunk). t[l2p] vb. denom. Pi. make a nest, nest ;— Pf. 3 fs. nj|p Is 34"; 3 pi. tiJP Ez 31 6 (in fig.); Impf. 3 ms. M»PJ ^ 104 17 ; 3 fs. BG>? Je 48 s8 (sim.). Pu. P<. fs". *n»PD (Ges S901 ) Je 22 n Kt (Qr flJIPO ; cf. Ges t80d ) (thou) who art nested in the cedars (fig.). Y2p (/of foil., si vera 1.; cf. Ar. ylfj catch, capture, ensnare J. T[Wj3] n.[m.] snare, net (si vera 1.); — pi. cstr. (Ges> ,3 °*) fa) "^i? f*ty} niN-iy Jb l8 2 how long will ye lay snares for words (catch at words, talk without knowledge)? so Castle JDMich and most, but sense strange; Vrss transl. end, so Thes al. (expl. iV3p [very dub.] as Aram.),rd. then )'p (with sg. vb., after ©),Me Bi Siegf Du, and del. njK-IJ) Du. t Ptip n.pr.loc. Kaa6, Ka{a)va8, E. of Jordan Nu 32 42 (JE) 1 Ch 2 a ; perh. Kanawat on W. slope of Hauran mountains (Buhl """- 252 ). DDp (-/of foil.; appar. orig. divide, assign (deity), Ar. "JZs divide, distribute, x. get a part allotted to oneself, especially by drawing lots [with headless arrows] at a sanctuary (cf. esp. Ez2i M27 ); iv. lUl swear; v. also Eth. 4>(at>: iv. use divination, so % DPP, Syr. «jj; NED'P ,. . .. „„„„„„ PQJFhll.liil (1885). 276 fl. TJT Sklzie. divination; see esp. lib > »ve . 1271167: Hold. 2. 132 ff. TJj.Dt 18,10 tODp n.[m.] divination; — abs. 'p Nu 2 3 23 + ^DDP T Ez 2 1 26 ; cstr. Dp£ 13 6 ; pi. DT?pp Dti8 10 + ;— 1. of the nations: Balaam, Nu 2 3 23 (poem in JE ; || t?n3 • c . 3 against; as ace. cogn. 'p~Dpp? Ez 2 1 26 ; 'p as instr. of divination ta*W? v 27 ;' so of elders of Moab and Midian, DT3 D'opp, Nu 22 7 (E).— Is 2 6 v. [Dpp,]. 2. offelse proph. 3J? 'p Ez 13 6 (but v. [Dpp]); 'P as ace. cogn. Ez 1 3™ ( < Co Berthol Krae 3J3 as v 9 2 1 34 2 2 38 ); ^ 'p (so Gf for MT W?£) Je 14 14 (all || N1B> nm or ipt?); DVppp Dpp pro- hibited Dt 18 10 2 K 17 17 ; reprobated 1 S 15 23 (poem; D'Bin). 3. in good sense 'Offe* 38 'P ^O Pr 16 10 (king's lips as oracle). t[DDp]vb.denom. practise divination; — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. lopp? 2 K17 17 , Wfc£ Mi 3 11 ; 2 fs. njeppn Ez 13 23 ; 7mv. fs. ' , J?pP T 1 S 28 s Qr(Kt*MDp); Inf cstr. Dbj? Mi 3 a (Buhl DDp), "Dpp Ez 2 1 26 - 34 "Dipp Ez 21 28 (read Dpp Co Buhl), esp. Pt. DD'p Dt i8 ,0 Is 3 2 , etc.;— 1. of diviners of the nations, Balaam, Jos 13 22 (D), Philist.

S 6 2 (|| D'ana), Bab. Is 44 26 (|| DV33n) Ez 2 1 26 

cf. Kit? 'p Ez 2 1 28 (but rd. Dpp). + Is 2 6 (ins. prob. D^ODp, >DDp, or D'ppO; v. Dip lb); of Can. necromancers 3iK3 T iS 2 8 8 ; I 0"$a? Dti8 14 ; of Ammonites 313 '? Ez 2 1 34 ( + b pers.). 2. false proph. of Isr. || ntn Mi 3 6 (1 Dpp ; || fttn), v 7 ; Is 3 2 ( + N'33; cf. v 3 ), || D»t«U Je 27 s 29 s , epaa Mi 3 11 , || iptr ntn Zc io 2 ; || nib* ntn : 'p DDp' Ez 13 23 (but v. Dpp), 3J3 'p Ez 13 9 2 2 28 , +' 1 3 6 (rd. VSPP, 1 ! , or [Co Berthol] inf. abs. DbP T ], Vrss. Toy). 3. D'»pp 'p prohibited Dt i8 t0

K 17 17 . 

t[DDpTp] n.[m.] divination; cstr. DDpo P^n Ez T i2 24 (|| N1B> ptn); 3J3 Dppr? Ez 13 7 (II nib' tmo). t[DDp] vb. Po'. strip off (so context requires; verb otherwise unknown); — Impf.

ms. Dpip? rinB-nSI Ez 17 9 and its fruit shall 

he not strip ofj'1 r©p v. nb>p. nS^^P n.pr.loc. K«iAa : in Judah, to- t •': 18 jui*iun ward Philistines, 'p 1 S 23'+ 13 t. 23 (npyp, v 3 "); Jos 1 5 44 (P), cf. 2 Ch 4 19 (geneal. scheme); post-ex. nb'VP ^3 Ne 3 1718 ; mod. Kila, c. 8 m. NW. from Hebron, GASm "" 230 Buhl 6 **" 193 ; cl. TelAm. Kilti Wkl" 0165 '" 8 '^-. ypyp 89i ypPp (^of foil.; NH^Vi? Utu. putt, tear (or cut) down, off, Levy NHWB Ecclus io 15 (cf. FrgiAw^iMBui^. a]g0> ag to Lyig « incige> appar. reduplicated fr. a -/yip (Thes) or yyp). ' ^E??.£ n - [■*•] incision, imprintment, tattoo; Lvi9 !8 (H),v. n3/l3(RS Sem - l - 3Iai2 ' ul<,d - 324 ). TTp (-/of foil.; cf. Ar.jii 6e oeep, of well, Jm come to bottom of well, vessel, also make well dee]); n. AoZZoio om< (Dozy);^xl deep, of well, bowl ; Nab.iyp Jwllow or carve ou« (Sachau SB Ak, 1896, 1057. Q.,„ !)'«»/ ,, ), & yr. Jttijs, cafya:, acorn-cup, well; Bondi 60 cp. Egypt, rnaqaar, bottom part of oven). rrWjp ]7 n.f. dish, platter (P) (NH id.);— abs. 'p Nu 7 s5 ; cstr. *|D3-rnyj3 Nu 7"+ n t. 7 ; pi. cstr. t)D3 nijjp 7 s4 , all of dedication gifts ; as utensils in tabern. pi. abs. flijJp a s f. vniyp rran Ex2 5 29 37'«  t[n^11^©] n.f. depression, hollow (on format.v.Ges* 651 );— pi. n'lViJjpi?' Lv 14 37 in wall. 'L^SpJ vb. thicken, condense, congeal (cf. Syr. lajj lieap up, collect);— Qpl Pf 3 pi. nb'nn m^Exi5 s (s<mg)thedeepswere condensed, became firm walls ; Impf. pxap^ Zc 14 6 Kt(i.e. !**$?. [poss. is also fMfBj£ Niph.]) Thes al. glorious(?) ones [stars] shall contract (dwindle), but rd. Qr nxspi v . foil. Ft. orr-intr^y D'KBpri Zp 1 12 the men who are thickening on their lees (easy-going men, under figure of undisturbed wine). Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. sf. WBpn Jb io 10 didst thou not curdle me like cheese (of formation of foetus)? tpNSp n.[m.] congelation;— Zc 1 4 6 Qr [ > Kt v. ^Qal Impf.}, so @ @ Symm We Now (with other change, but see GASm), v.TjJJ. t [ ISp] vb. Pi. gather together, roll up (Ar. Ijji wind turban snugly; Aram.ISp, JLo, Ithpe. be drawn in, together; also KlSIp, )ift<ua porcupine; so Ar. (j) ilii (cf. Lag BN 182 ), Eth. •KJlfH;) ,—/>/. 1 s. *ngp Is 38 12 1 have rolled up, like a weaver, my life (i.e. finished it ■ Buhl^' 3 J?- [of V|, but 3 ms. foil, of '<). T*TBJ3 n.[m.] porcupine (fr. rolling itself together; © ^01 ( a lw. pi.), 33 ericius Bo Hlerol -" L O.P.36 p ost Ha,„„ 8!D BB,r IEB! ,. > (from context) Ut _ tern Tr ™ B » Hi Che Gu K *» ; v. discussion by MTeim-Shipley*"*"*-*™);-^ as haunting desolate places, Is 14 23 Zp 2 14 ,1i3p Is 34 11 . ^ [""H??] »•[*-. Albr ZAW " l < M ">-™ cf. Sta* 308 *] shuddering (cf. .JLo, of skin, = "TOD ^ 119 20 , v. Thes);— abs. *9""nsp Ez 7 2i (read n«3 Co Krae, and on tone v. Ges !29e ). Tflp (-/of foil.; cf. Ar.jii leap, spring; so X lfip (rare), v. Syr. )qj> id., ]]<£o weasel). TliBp n.f. arrow-snake (Ar. ijUj, so Bo B,erozP '" pos '-'"- c * Ik,I (citingAvicenna"^' 6 ',cf.Thes Lag BV89 ), and most moderns; cf. Dozy"- 383 PS WoadAn.j = aKo>-riarAelian HlstA '> i,,, - , ' 1 - ,8 ' vllU3 , called 'p as leaping from trees on passers-by ; but ag. this v. Houghton A«d.A P ,.M.i 8 M,« It (arrow-snake does not incubate) p 0S t,H M '-i> B «»-«3r wno conj. an owl (as AV» ; — Is 34 15 , token of desolation. t^Sp vb. draw together, shut (NH = BH; Ar. ^J^ki collect, conjoin, tie; Syr. *aJio draw togeilier, contract, withdraw (cf. N(i M47: 2MG " X "' (1 ^ 516 ); X r?P hasten (double oneself up in running), Pi. hop, spring);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'P V'77'Vetc; Impf. 2 DM. >4$l Dti5<; 3 mpl. «»£ IS52 15 ;— shut hand Dt 15 7 (c. JO away from, so as not to lend; opp. nns v 8 ); mouth, in astonishment Is 52 10 , in abject silence Jb s 16 ^io7 42 ; fig. verti 'p 77 >» ^ up Ms com _ passion. Nipn. Impf. 3 ms. pWBj* Jb 24 s4 si vera 1., they draw themselves together, of con- traction in death (cf. Di Bu ; 01 («»; are gathered in). Pi. Ft. nijnsrr^ J»Spj?'"ct 2 8 springing (i.e. making repeated contractions of body, in taking leaps) upon the hills (|[ aho). Ti?. v. HP- PSj5] vb. cut off, shear (?) (NH 3XP r rfm'rfe, determine, Pi. cAop meat ; Palm. K3Xp butcher, so Syr. )o|a, JAram. KJfg, and Ar. v Lls as loan-word Fra 253 ; Ar.^Ji also is cm/! o/"a branch) ;— Qal Impf 3 ms. JTaSp?! 2 K 6 6 Jte cut off a stick; Pt. pass. fpl. rrtijfjsri Tiy Ct4 3 a flock of (sheep) <Aai are shorn (1). t3|g n.m.' K ^ 1. cut, shape; 2. ex- tremity ; — 1. 'p abs., s/(ope of cherubim 1 K 6 25 ( + H&), of bases 7 37 ( + id.). 2. extremity, pi. cstr. Onn >3Sp Jon 2 7 </j« extremities (bottoms) o/(the) mountains ( = Dnn i^Vp Ecclus i6 19 ). f I. [HSp] vb. cut off (NH &, se^arafc;, Ph. HVp w< o^f, exterminate; Aram. NSp, ]lo 6rea^ ojf (e.g. bread); Ar. Ui 6« remote, Cli remote extremity) ; — Qal Inf. D'By niyp Hb 2 " cutting off many peoples; Vrss JniSp (V}^p); rap

jrcp Gr Now conj. f^iq. Pi. /«/. cs<r. 3 niifpb 2 K io B lo cut off in Israel; read prob. ^iXpp to 6« anj/ry with, X Hi Che C^ "•"• I, "■ 8(ln Con, ™- ) Kmp^" Kit Benz, 25 Gr ^ J P*. &£p ™P-? Pr 2 6 6 (fig.). Hiph. Pf. 3 pi. «pn Lv 14 41 , ace. dust; Inf. cstr. nixpn v 43 , ace. /touse, in both appar. := 5K £ scrape, scrape off (q.v., v 4 ' 11 ), and so prob. read, viz. ISNpn, y'Xpn, RS" 1 "'- "' < 1888 >' 72 Dr -Wh Di-Ry Bae'n. rap o n. [m.] end, extremity, only sg. : abs. 'p T Gni 9 4 + 3 t. ; cstr. nxp Ju6 21 + ; sf. 3 ™p T Gn 4 7 2I + 4 t.; 0™p(») Ez 33 2 (sg.; Ges ,98 "); P 1 - ( cstr -) supplied by nixp , v. foil.;— 1. end, of staff Ju6 21 , rod 1 S 14 2743 , curtains Ex26 s = 3 6 12 (P; cf. nsp T ); of conduit Is 7 s , river, =mouth v 18 (prob.), Jos 15" 18 19 ; of field Gn 23', valley Jos 15 8 , tribe v 21 , sea v 2 Nu 34 s (all P); of territory (5*0}) Nu 20 16 (JE; just without), 22 s6 (E; just within), cf. Ez 25° (al. sub 3); insp T "iyi D?!3fO-S«D! 'po Gn 4 7 21 (J); cf. 'pn-^K 'pn-fD Ex 26 i8 = 36 s3 (of side of tabern.); nJiBX nspo Ez 48 1 a« <Ae nortliern extremity, cf. JO'n 'pD Josi5'(P); of earth, H?(n) 'pe Is 5 26 43 6 Dt.28 49 (all || P^mD), Is 4 2 10 + 4 t.; + phr. H¥7 V-IV) H?(?) 1"? Dt i3 8 28" Je 25 s3 , of land 12 12 (cf. Is 26 15 ); of earth, abbrev. tW 'p"iy 25" IS48 20 49 6 ^46'°, 'p^K tW Is62 n ; of earth, HJ*"'?? Pri7 24 , ^3PI 'p3 yj, i 9 5 ; tf»e>n 'po is i 3 5 "(|| prno jhkid), ^ i 9 ? (II nnisp-i??), 't?n 'pa Dt 3 o 4 =Ne i 9 ; '^n.'ptsb 'tfn T>-TJ1 Dt4 32 . 2. ftorrfer, outskirts, of city iS9 27 i4 2 Jos4 19 i8 15 , camp Nu n'(JE); esp. to one approaching Ju 7 1719 2 K 7 58 , so of armed force Ju 7 11 , people Nu 22 41 (E), 23" (JE ; emphat. 'p DSS , pp. fe), mt. Ex 1 9 12 (E), Josi8 16 (JE); see'also 3 s (D), v ,5 (JE), Ex 13 20 =Nu 3 3 6 , Ex 16 35 Nu 33 37 Jos 13 27 (all P), RU3 7 . +3. condensed term for what is included within extremities, = the whole: VnN'po Gn47 2 (J),cf. Ez 33 2 ; abs. nxi5» Gmg 4 (J)=in (its) entirety; =on all sides, Je5i 31 +5o 26 (nXj3D for fl&, Gie); so VV^a Is 5 6» Di, but om. 'p» © Du Che Marti. 4. HSpO at the end of a certain time Jos9 ,6 (JE), 2S'2 4 8 + 8t. tnSg n.f. et (pi.) m. El25 - 18 end (pi. 4 t.f. [c. num.masc.], Albr ZAW J,i <1898) ' 93 changes gender of num. in all, or regards as irregular agree- ment in gender (Ges"" c ); otherwiseKo"- M1,,7li ); —abs. 'p Ex25 19 +; pi. cstr. nisp ; 1 Ki2 al +; sf. VTrixp Ex 27 4 + (so also Ex 3 7 8 3 9 4 Qr; Kt innxp, cf. nxp s infr.), etc.;— 1. end, sg. of nn.33 in tabern. Ex 25 1919 = 37 s - 8 ; of curtain 26 4 =36"; elsewh. pi., rnbsn 'p 2 5 18 =37 7 , cf. 25 19 = 37 8 ; of ephod 28 7 = 39 4 , breast-plate 28 23 - 24 - 26 =39 16 - 17 - 19 , chains 28®= 39 18 , grating 2 7 4 (appar. = corre«rs); <tps of wings 1 K 6 24,24 ; of vine Ezis 4 ; psn 'p«M<fs of the earth IS40 28 41 59 Jb 28 24 ; ttfffQ ? V3-1S Je 4 9 36 , cf. + 19 7 ; V3"l' : j 'p Jb 26 14 , i.e. the mere edge, minute part, of his doings. 2. DJ?n HiSpO =from the whole of (fr. among) </(e people, 1K12" 1 3 s3 , cf. Ju 18 2 2 K i7 32 (v. also Ecclus i6 17 , and nxp r 3). tn2jP(Baernsp v )n.[m.]end(on-^Ba NB S 12 *, and [on n] Ko"- 1 ' 65 ); — only 'p fN, usu. + i>,rao end to (of), Is 2" Na 2 10 3 3 ; abs. nxp. f% v 9 . TL^i^] n.[m.] end, boundary (on form Ko"- 1 - 6 ');— only pi. cstr. fyf*^Q ends of the earth ^48" 65"; boundaries of the land Is26 15 . +mp n.f. end (Lag BS1 ° Ges }95n );— cstr. 'p Ne 7 69 (Gi Baer, v 70 van d. H.) + ; sf. DTOp Dm 5 ; pi. abs. niXp Ex 38 s V' 65 s ( + peril. WWSp Ex 37 8 39 4 Kt. v. nxp T ; Ko"- 61 der. these pi. forms fr. [^P T ]); — 1. end, of corners of grating Ex 38 s (II WW> 27 4 ), cf. Ex 37 8 39 4 supr. (all P); ends of earth ^ 65 s . 2. OXpO (some) from tlie end of, some o/(f» 3 b) Ne 7 69 (so NH), Dn i 2 . 3. 'pO at the end of a. certain time Dn i 515 - ls . II. tVHp (/of foil. (01 i216h Ko"' 1 - 405 ); cf. Ar. ^15 decide judicially, decree, ^U Kadi. tp^3 n.m. Dn11 ' 18 chief, ruler (prop. decider, cf. Dr Dn "- 8 );— abs. 'p Ju 1 1 6 + ; cstr. |"Xp Is 3 7 ; pi. cstr. T?p Isi 40 + ; sf. WW Is22 3 ;— 1. chief, commander in war Jos io 24 (JE), Ju 1 1 611 (|| Wl), Dnn 18 . 2. dictator, Is 3 67 . 3. more gen., rWer, man in authority, Is I 10 22 3 Mi 3 19 ; of ants, 'P HJ Pr 6 7 (+nt2fe>, i'K'D).— Pr 25 15 read probably *1?P„ (Toy). rii^p v. nxp. t' : T ■ TOp (/of foil; mng. unknown; NH nxp v = BH; Ar. »-}5, ^Ij seeds used for seasoning). trap n.m. 1828 " black cumin (Nigella sativa Linn. ; © pe<'iv6t.ov 7 35 gr^A, 1'd. ; cf. rp r NHB4M; Smith DB 2nd ed. FlTCHIB p Qg (. Hutlngs DB Id.. plant with small black acrid seeds, used as condiment : abs. 'p Is 2 8 25 - 27 - 27 . I. >/2sp vb. scrape, scrape off (NH id., also n^xp=BH, X KnjTXp , Ar. pOi/ne i M «<); —Hiph. t'tZ. 7»»p/ 3 ms. 5?xp: n^n-riK Lv 14 41 . nwxp 893 fi. [nS^p] n.f. cassia. & powdered bark, like cinnamon (hence Gk. Katria, Lat. casta, Lewy Fremdw - 37 );— pi. niVVi? (ni^)Nl lb) ^45" (Che now pXVI are shed, v. in -* DW - Blb - ° A88IA ' "). fit. TOTJJp n.pr.f . (cassia, fr. fragrance) ; — Job's second daughter Jb42 14 , K<nr((r)iav (ace). T[n3>!»p?3] n.[f.] scraping tool, used in fashioning idols; — pi. niVVp133 IS44 15 . tll.^Xp (-/of foil.; cf. Aram. VOP, ■*£* cut off, also Ar. »V»< break off (if for «Ji.S, jjg jphii. x?i. ,4^ Aj A place where something is cut off or ends abruptly US 1 ""-; Sab. yip appar. cut off, or the like, Sab Denkm 91 ). &PQ n.m. place of corner-struc- ture, (inner) corner-buttress (as (place of) cutting off of an inner angle if -/rightly expl.; v. JJS 1 -"- 71 - 81 );— abs. 'D Ne 3 19 + , Jftf- Ne 3 20 -!- ; cstr. p'S- Ez 46 2 '- 21 ; pi. abs. njntpo Ex 2 6 24 3 6 29 , cstr.niV- Ez 46 22 , •'Jrixptt v 21 , also n'yspl? Ex 26 23 36 s8 Di (not Pu. Pt. fr. VXiJ Thes Buhl 1 "" al.), but rd. prob. ttiftfr, so SS Baen; sf. Vnty'xpD Ez 41 22 ; — corner-post of altar Ez 41 s2 , tabern. Ex 26 23 - 24 =36 S8 - 29 ; (inner) buttress-j)lace of court, where the small corner-courts were, Ez 46 212 2IM ; of inner (rock- V) buttress at NE. corner of wall of Jerus., 'tan, nearly =n.pr., Ne 3 19 - 20 - 25 , also (disting. fr. nsa) v 24 2Ch 26 s . VSp r vb. denom. Hoph. Pt. ntyxpno (e w »ma 01 T 5 78c Ges' 5 "') Ez 46^ corneredl set in corners 1 del. with M (cf. 01) © <S93 Hi Kb' 1 - 204 Co Berthol Toy Krae.— Ex 26 s3 36 s9 v. y'Sp». fi. ^p vb. be wroth (NH id., Hiph. make wrathful (rare); Syr. *-£ be virathful, also 6e anxious, fearful); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'p Gn 41'°+, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. IVp? Lv io 6 -f , etc.; Inf. cstr. I'Sp Is 54 9 ; Pt. *|Xp Zc i 15 ;— be wroth: . of God;' abs. Dt i 34 Is 57"'™ 6 4 48 Zc i 15 ; c. by against, Lv io 8 Nu 16 22 (P), Dt 9" Is 47 s 54 9 Las 22 Zci 215 EC5 5 ; c. b« Jos22 ,8 (P). . of man; abs. Esti 12 2 21 2K5 11 ; c. by Gn 4O 2 4 i 10 (E), Exi6 20 Lvio 16 Nu3i ,4 (P),Je37 15 iS 20/ 2K13" 9 . Hiph. Pf. 2 ms.WSSpn Dtp 7 ; 2 mpl. tWSSpn v 8 ; Impf. 3 mpl. W^JC^ io6 : ' 2 ; Inf. cstr. <Hfl! Zc 8' 4 ; P<. pi. D"SSpp Dtp 22 ;— provoke to wrath, c. ace. ** Dt 9 7,822 Zc8 14 ; so (ace. om.) iff 106 32 . Hitlip. put oneself in a rage : Pf. 3 ms. consec. ISpnni Is 8 21 , of hard- pressed people. VP fi. P|Sj| n.m. 2Ki2T wrath;— abs/p Nu i M -f-; ^P Jos2 2 20 +; cstr. f|Xp Je5o" + ; sf. "3Sp Is oo' ; ^Byp. ^ 3 8 2 , ISSp 102", te?i? Je io 10 ;— 1. of God:' abs. Nui7"(P), Dt 29 s7 Is 6o' Je io 10 21 5 32 s7 50 13 f 38 s 102" Zc 7 12 ; c. by against Nu i" 1 8 s Jos 9 20 2 2 20 (P), 2 K 3 s7 1CI127 24 2Chi 9 210 2 4 18 29" 32 s5 - 26 IS34 2 Zci 2IS ; T «1SB*3 Is 54 8 . 2. of man (late), Est I 18 Ec5 18 .— Hoio 7 v. 11. «]Sp. II.*lSp(-v/offoll.; Ar.i_i_ii&rai&, snap off). T nD2{p n.f . a snapping or splintering (on abstr. formation v. Ba NB97 ); — Jo I 7 (of fig-tree; II n W). fll. r|^p n.[m.] prob. splinter ; — only?! D^p-^a-^y Ho io 7 (sim. of helpless king). |T^p] vb. out off (NH id., also Y2 end; As. kasdsu, hew off, cut off, kissatu, boundary- stone, Be'lser 8 * 8 "- 120 ' 189 , cf. Hilpr A " ir " c * M2 ; Ar. ^J> cut, clip, cut off; Aram. (*Sp, . _o cut off, NJPp, Jio end); — Qal Pf. 2 ms. consec. nnafjl Dt 25 12 (ace. HB3); P(. pass. pi. cstr. HNS <2fttp Je 9 s5 2 5 s3 49 s2 (v. DK3 1). Pi. Pf 3 ms. r»p V' 129 4 , V consec. Ex 39 s ty 46 10 , )*Xp 2 K i8 ,s ; Impf. }*!fp)l i6 17 + , etc.; — cut or Aeto off, thumbs, toes, Ju i 6 , hands and feet 2 S 4 12 ; cut in two, spear (fV?n) ^ 46'°, threads Ex 39 3 (P), cords ifr 129 4 (fig-); cm< i«, pieces, vessels (of gold) 2 K24 13 2Ch28 24 ; bases (ni33Qn) 2K16 17 (so Kit Benz, transposing DilSDBn), doors 2K 1 8' 6 (both, for the sake of metal sheathing). Pu. Pt. pi. D'SXpO Ju i 7 Ileum off (as v 6 supr.). YP ^ n.m. Kz '• 6 end ;— 'p abs. Am 8 2 + , cstr. Gn 4 3 + , Ty Dn 8 17 ; sf. i»P Is 3 7 24 + , risp || 2 K 1 9 s3 , etc.; — 1. end, usu. of time, esp. in phr. J*iS9 at the end of a. definite time Gn 8 6 (J), 41 1 (E), i6 3 (P)+i5 t., +rt*Tj fi» Est2 12 ; indef. Gn 4 3 (J) 1 K 17 7 Je 13 6 ; so (late) rp!>of indef. time 2 Ch 18 2 Nei3 6 Dnn 613 ; defin. riKS nj?3 D2f> Dn?£ 'pn 2 Ch 21"; end of life, of a people Am 8 2 Ez 7 2 2 - 3 - 6 - 6 Je 5 1 13 La 4 1818 , cf. (of all flesh) Gn 6 13 (P); of individ. Jb 6" ^ 39 s (|| TpJ mv), Dn9 2 "n 45 ; in eschatol. sense, f*P. PS ty time of final punishment (Toy) Ez 21 3034 35°; J*i?? Hb2 3 to the end; esp. Dn, of time of Antiochus' persecution, foil, by A.'s death, fp flj) time of the end 8 17 1 i nM 1 2 49 ,'p IjiD 8"; cf. pojn ^ 1 2 13 , 'p alone 9 2f,b 12 13 ; end, cessation, abs. "tjrto? 'p 11 27 ; nisben 'p 1 2 6 , of words Jb 1 6 3 , darkness 2 8 3 , rsp

N"lp perfection V' 1 1 9 96 ; 'P PS «o «»d, of peace Is 9", iniquities Jb 22 s , toil Ec 4 8 , D^BD ni'cj; X2 12 . 2. end, in space, njfj5 Ji?tp 2 K 19 s3 i<« remotest lodging-place =ls$f*(y. J^O p. 533); "p P«, of multitude Ec 4".— Je 50 26 v. n$f$ 3. Ty'Iip n.pr.loc. (l'r. above V 1); — only in 'P pEJ? in Benj., Jos i8 :l , A/iacao-eis, etc. ' [P^PJ a *U- at tne end > outermost; — fs. Hjlfp, of curtain (np;) Ex26 410a = 36 1117 *; ins. also prob. 26 ,0b = 36 17b so Kit (in Di) Baen. tpXp], I. "ISD (Ges*" c Sta' 384 ' 2 ) vb. be short (NH "IS|J g/ to rf, ">Sp shorten; Ar. >-«j shorten, ~ej be short, c. ^S come s/tor< 0/7 J Aram. isp be short);— Qal #! 3 ma. -«p T IS28 20 Mia 7 (SS "fifp, f r . adj. -nfij); 3 f s . rmp T IS50 2 59 1 ; 7mp/. 3'fs. ispn Jb2i 4 + , 3 fpl. nrpfpn Pr io 27 ; In/. afa. "i^P, Is 50 2 ; Pi. pass. fpl. rfnvp Ez 42 s ;— 6e s/ior<, of bed Is 28 20 (fig.), of nto^p EZ42 5 ; esp. (fig.) of * Tj, i.e. be ineffective, powerless Nu 1 1 23 (JE), c. JO comp. IS50 2 ( + inf. abs.), 59 1 ; c. E'BJ, nri ) = 6<; im- patient (opp. [V$] Hiph. 1 (c)): Dyn B *?? 'i 51 ? 1 - Nu 2 i 4b ( JE), of utter discouragement, cf. (of DVI) Jb 2 1 4 ; it??? 'pni Ju 16 16 i.e. he was worn out (by importunity), so of proph. (representing '*) Zc 11 s (3 pets.) reach limit of patience with, endurance of; of '1 Ju io 16 (a rei); " 0V1 'p Mi 2' (v. supr.); 'p of time +Pr io 27 (years of wicked). Pi. shorten P/. 3ms. , OJ ISp ^io2 24 . Hiph. id., Pf. 3 ms. '131 V, ?"]??? + W- t[-«j3] adj. short;— in phr. TTSfg 2 K 19 2 ' short of liand, feeble, = Is 37 s7 ; fig. iSJ5 n"B« Pr 14 7 = impatient, so tJO njfp v 29 (opp. CTBK -11X); of time M* ^p+Jb^'s/wrt-Zwed. T"l!Jp n.[m.] shortness; — cstr. 0*1 'p Ex 6 9 (P) = impatience. fll. [H^p] vb. reap, harvest (Nil id., also " ,, ¥ij harvest ; cf. As. lcasdru,join together, collect; v. Dl"" 1 Zehnpf B ' AS1M3 (not Syr. 4* &md, Eth. <feJU: ["feed:] constringere, v. No ZM °i><if»», M ));-Qal Pf 3 pi ™$ Je 12", etc.; /»»/>/. 3ms.1^ Isi7 5 Ecii 4 + Pr2 2 8 Kt(Qr~isp^); 3 mpl. jrixp? Ru2 9 etc.; 7m». mpl. «J|J Ho io 12 +; /»/ cs<r. lVp> 1 S 8 12 + ; sf. ^Xp Lv 23 s , D?-iVp i 9 » zs 22 ; Pt. nxip Je 9 21 + , etc.:— reap, c. ace. of crop : ace. cogn. TSjJ 1 S 6 13 8 12 ( + enn), Lv 19 9 23 10 - 22 (all H) Dt 24"; ace. of grain Is 17 s (fig.; || «|DK), Jb 24" (Qr ; Kt vid. Hiph.), cf. Lv 2 5 5 (H), v» (P; + JTiJ), so (obj. om.) 2 K 1 9 s9 = Is 37 30 , Mi 6 ,s (opp. 5HJ), Lv i9 91, 23 22b Ilu2 9 Ecii 4 (+5n]); obj.D ,, SpJei2 ,s (opp. VTJ) ; Pt. = reaper Am 9 13 ( + S^), Je 9 21 (sim.), V 129 7 (|| "tt?$JO), + Is 17 5 (for "VXp,, so Buhl 16113 Marti); pi. 2 K 4 18 Ru z 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 714 ;' fig. of reaping fruits of righteousness Ho io 12 ( + V1), of evil Ho 8 7 (both + STJJ), 10" ( + EH?), Jb4 8 ( + B'in, jnj), Pr22 8 ; f 126 6 they that sow (VI]) in tears sliall reap in joy. Hiph. Imp). rWip 1 Jb 24 s Kt(< Qr *%!£, v. supr.). fl."V»Sp a.m." 820 harvesting, harvest(cf. Lag*" 73 ); — abs. 'p Gii45 6 +, cstr. 1"?? Ju 15' + ; sf. THi? Lvi9 9 + , etc.;— harvest : 1. process of harvesting, Gn 45 s (E; +E""]£), Ru 2 21 . 2. w/bz< is reaped, harvested, crop, spec, of grain: Gn8 22 ( + 5 r lJ; J), Is 17 11 (fig.; cf.iu; II W!.), "^ 'P 23 s (|| id.) i.e. exported grain of Egypt; D ; t?n 'p Ex 34 s2 (JE), ins. also 2 S 24 15 (© ThWeDr al.), 'P BpJ Lv i 9 9b 2 3 22b ; 'p as eaten Je 5 17 Jb 5 s (but rd. here TIS^ ® Me Bu al., cf. Bev jph "-" V, ' 3(M ); as ace. cogn. OXJJ 1 S 8 12 Dn 24 19 Lvi9 9 *23 I010 - 22a 'P D'BD Lv2 5 5 (allH), D'tpn 'p 1 S 6 13 ; of ripe grain Is i 11 (n* 'p), 4 13 ('? -'?' 3 ); fig. of punishment Ho 6"; of vintage Is 16 9 (|| fS; rd. prob. 17? as || Je 48 32 , Buhl Lex 13 ). 3. time of harvest, Ex 34 21 ( + &V JE), 2 S 21 10 (23 13 rd. TWT) as || 1 Ch 11", so ®L ThWe and most), Is 9 2 (sim.), 18 5 (fig.), Je 5 24 , || TS. 8 20 Pr 6 8 10 s 26 1 (sim.); opp. *$ 20 4 ; 'p '0> Jos3 21 (JE), 2 S 2i 9 ", 'p DV Pr 25 13 (sim.), 'P(H-)n». Je5o 16 5i M (fig.); of wheat- Jiarvest, D^Dil 'P "») Gn 30 14 (J), Ju 1 5', without V. Ru 2 23b , DVn 'n-'p Kibn i S 12 17 ; barley harvest, D , lV'B'(n) 'p 2 S 2 i 9b Ru i 22 2 23 *; T fl> Dh Is 18 4 ; 'pn ;n Ex 2V 6 (E). On harvest in Pal. v.Vogelst Land " lrtb " ch ' 57ff ' Hayman Sm ' tllI)BAoE " :; "' Tl ' EB . — Isi7 s rd.1?fp, v. 1SP t . fn.T'jJp n.m. l!27 '" usually coll., boughs, branches (connex. with above v dub.) ; — abs. 'p Jb 14 9 ; sf. T?$ Jb 29 19 (in fig.; || &p), h>sp i8 16 (fig.; II id.); iTVXp Is 27"; pi. sf. rpr*? V' 8 ° 12 - n^P v. I. nxp. J3, l'p v. I. Tip. ip v. I. I^p. I. ^"1 D vb. call, proclaim, read (NH id., read aloud, read; Ph. X"lp caK/ Ar. lis read aloud, recite (the 'Koran'), ,jlyiJI th» %or'an; Aram. tOP : , }ie call, etc., so OAram. Nip

Nip, Nab. id!., Palm, id., mp); — Qal 665 Pf. 'pGnii 9 + , 3 fs. consec. ntC&l Is 7 14 (Ges* 748 ); 2 ms. fiK"3£ Ju 12' + , etc.; Impf. 3 ras. N^ Gn2 ,9 + ; sf. i«1P! Je2 3 6 , ?nN-Is 4 i 2 4-; 1 s. K"!i?*? Dt 32 3 + , '%"!?«; 1 S 28 15 (Ges**" 1 Nes ■«■>•)• 3 f p i. rotnpni r u 4 w« jKipni Nu 25 s ;

fpl. nj&qpn Ru r» ![ , etc.; Imv. ms. KJ1J 

Ju7 s + , sf. WJJ ^5o 15 , etc.; /«/. c«<r. Kip 1 S 3 6 + , m^p (Baer nt«-) Ju 8 1 (Ges' 7 * h ); sf. ^-1P T ^ 4 2 + , etc.; Ft. act. «TP Am 5" + , top Je'i 15 + ; pi. Wife ^gg 6 (Ges» 741i75o °); pass. JWijj Est5 12 ; pi. tW«n? iS9 22 Ez23 23 , D"{op

S 9"+; cstr. "Slip Nu i 16 Qr (Kt <Nnp), 26' 

Kt (Qr Wip, v . K'iiJ);— 1. a. call, cry, utter a loud sound, Ju 9 7 2 S 18 25 (in v 28 read 3T£! We, confirmed by ®L, so Dr and all recent Coram.), Je4 6 Dn 8' 6 (all + ION), 2 K 7" (on textv. KitBenz),Is6 4 ; for help Gn39 1518 (J); of pleading in court Is 59* (3 of manner) ; ex- plicitly WJ Mp? Gn 30 14 (J), 1 K i8 !7 - ffl 2 K i8 28 =Is36 13 =2Ch32 18 ,Si-i3^pEz9 , (+ , ?.!?3); c. *7£f6 pers. iS2o w ( + 10N), 24 s (Gij'v 9 van d. H. Baer ; + IteN.?), Je 1 2 6 . b. call, cry, obj. in orat. recta Ju 7 20 1 S 3* (rd. bwce> bf^Bf ; © Th We Dr Kit Bu HPS), v 6 (cf. ®),' v 8 (agst. accents), v 10 (v. SjWf), 20 33 2 S 20" 2 K n 14 Je 20 s Lv 13 45 ; = utter, speak Je 36 18 ; of com- mand Gn 45 1 (E). 2. a. call unto some one: b» pers. (oft. + ION; sts. c. ft? loc), Gn3» 19 5 Ex 3 4 Is6 3 + oft.; c. b? (for b») of satyrs IS34 14 (so Vrss Ges Che Con " n - al. > recent Comm. from 11. N"3i? or !"np T which (in Qal) alw. take accus.); unto (bf) "• (God), in praise t^66 17 1 Ch 4 10 , usu. for help, Ju 1 5 18 1 S 1 2 1718 Ho 7 7 f 3 s 4 4 4- , + by pers. against Dt 15 9 24 15 ; to (?) "> (God) t Jb 1 4 14 i/' 5 7 3 1 4 1 ' ; to (?) a servant (for service)

K 4 16 Jb i9 16 , so (?*) 2 S i 15 ; call to (b) one 

Je 3 4 (4- orat. rect.), La 4 ,s (id.), Pr 2 3 fflf^) ; subj. Mi 6" Je 35. b. cry for help, abs., (poet, and late) Zc7 ,3 Is 58 s 65 s4 Jbs' 9 16 Pr2i" ^4 2 2O 10 4- 10 t. -<rty (147 9 of young ravens);

  • MJH Ez 8' 8 . C. 0K>3 'p call with name of '•>

(i.e. use it in invocation): Gn4 26 12 8 2 K 5" Jeio 25 =^79 6 4- 16 t. (1 K 1 8 24 of specif, appeal to'i to displayhispower), 4- Is65'(v.Fu.) ; with name of Baal 1 1 K 1 8 2423 - 26 . d. late, c. ace. dei Is 43" yfr 1 4 4 4- 4 t.i/^; abs.^ 1 1 6 2 . 3. proclaim : a. c. ace. rei procl. Am 4 s Gn 41 43 Dt 15 2 Je 31 6 Lv 25'°+; D1V 'p proclaim a fast 1 K 21 912 Je 3 6 8 4- , * HJJiO V Lv 23 24 ; 'p sq. orat. rect. Ex 34 6 , etc. ; sq. b pers. Je 34 8 - u -"-w Is 61', b$ pers. (against, concerning) 1 K 1 3** Je 49" Nip La i 15 ; proclaim peace to (b pers.) Ju 21"; cf.

Di^b n^K

3 'p Is44 5 (but read IT®, Lo Che and most). C. yij '£"3 ^ ^49" proclaim (with) name over landed estates, claim possession (Hup Bae); proclaim one's own name Ru 4 11 = become famous; pt. pass, proclaimed, i.e. renowned Ez 23 13 . d. abs. make proclamation (sts. 4-tOK, ltoN.S) J u f J e 2* fJJKa) Zc I 1417 Jon 3 4 Is 40 36 + , c. ?? concerning Ne 6 7 , against 1 K 13 2 Jon 1 3 . t4. a. read aloud, oft. ^ft? 3 , less oft. »Jb}»; c. 3 of roll, book Je 36 6814 Ne 8 3 - 8 9 s 2 Ch 34 i8 , 4- ace. of words- Je 36 810 ; obj. om. Ex24 7 (E) Je36 15 ; c. ace. of roll, book v 15Jl 51 63 2 K 22 10 2 Ch 34 24 , of letter (1SD), writing 2 K 5' Is 29" 12 Je 29 s9 , columns of manuscript JC36 23 ; c. ace. of words J0S8 3435 Je 36 6 5i 61 2K 23 2 = 2 Ch 34 30 , cf.Dt3i". b. read, to oneself, in (3) a roll, book, Dt 1 7 19 Ne 8 18 , so of vision written on tablets Hb 2 2 ; c. ace. of letter p??) 2 K 19" = Is 37 14 , book 2 K 22 8 ; abs. Is 34 16 . C. read, for hear read, 2 K 22 16 . 5. summon: usu. a. c. b pers. : Gn 1 2 18 20 89 Nu 22 s - 20 - 37 Ju 8" 1 S 3 5 - 6 - 88 4-oft. (c. 100 t.), -4- ^ reflex. 1 K i 38 - 32 , 4- ?N loc. Ex 1 9 20 , 4- ?X pers. 2 S 9 2 , 4- inf. purpose Jos'24 9 JU12 1 I4 16 'iS28 15 , 4- IP loc. Hon 1 J114 6 ; 4- , I'?B'3 Is 45 4 summon by thy name; specif. summon = invite (esp. to feast) Ex 34 1 Ju 1 4 15 ( + inf. purpose) 1 Si6 3 (4-n3*3, rd.prob. 'lb v. HPS), v 5 ( 4- 'lb), 1 K 1 9 26 4- (c. 1*7 1.). b. c. b$ pers.Exio 24 Jos4 4 io 24 iKi3 21 4- (c.2ot.); PN pers. 4- b pers.(diff. persons in same relation) Ex8 21 Je42 8 ; =call for (demand to see), c. ?K pers. 2 K 18 18 ; c. 7 rei = demand, require Pr 18 6 cf. 2 7 16 (prob. corrupt, v. Toy). C. c. ace. pers. Gn4i 8 - 14 Ex2 7 (4-i> pers.), v 7 Am 5 16 ( 4- h? rei), Is 13 3 (b rei), 1 S 3 16 22 u 4- (c. 33 t.), ins. ^p>l in this sense also 2 S 15 12 ®L We Dr and most ; 4- inf. purpose Nu 24 10 , try rnvso 'p IS46 11 ; in weakened sense (to bring response, or bring pers. near) Ct 5" ; specif, invite, 1 S 9 54 (but corrupt, v. esp. HPS), 1 K i 9 (also 4- b, MT), v 10 12 20 ( + b« loc), Dt 33" (ace. loc.); i^ V?n% "i«  Est 5", pt. pass, elsewh. pi., invited ones, guests 1 S 9 13J2 2 S 15 11 1 K i 41 - 49 Zp i 7 Pr 9 18 ; invite or summon (ace. pers.) for help, succour, H07"; usu. obj. (poet, and late) Je 29 12 2 S 22 47 = f i8 4 - 7 Is 55 6 La3 57 Jb 27 10 +50" 86 5 4-8 t. ++, ace. ^ DB> La 3"; ace. n»3n Pr i 28 . d. abs. call, summon Am 7 4 (4-^ rei), Is 22" (id.), 1 S 3 4 -'

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Nip Zc 7»; Bubj. (God) Is 52 s 65" 66 4 Jb 13 22 1 4 15 , !Ti5?n wip Nu i 17 Qr (Kt s $n$), 26" Kt (Qr W"!? !)• *• call and commission, appoint, ace. pers., Is 48'* 49 1 , + 0&2 6y name, specifically, Ex 31 s 35 30 Is 43 1 45 s . f. caH arid endow (with privilege) Is 51 2 54" 55 s . 6. call=nam* : a. (early and most common usage), call one's name (0&) so and so, 2 ace. : of pers. Gn 3 20 4 25 - 26 5 "- s »+ 34 t. Gn, Ex 2 10ffi Ho i 46 - 9 Is 7" 8 s c/ + iot.(Je46 ,7 read DB'WOp © Gie al.); of places, etc., Gn 4 " ii'+i7 t. Gn, Jui 1726 2 s 15" 18 29 + 2 1 1. b. c. ace. of appellation only, Ez 39". c. ace. pers. vel loc. + ace. appell. Ho 2 18 Dt 3 14 Je23 6 Is58 6 Nu32 41 . d. ace. pers. + cl. i//- 89 s7 . e.=givename io,acc.appell.4- ? pers. (loc.,velrei) : (1) pers.Ho 2 18 Gn 35 18 1 S 4 21 Je 3" 3° 17 33 16 + 9 t; (2) loc, vel rei, Ju 18 12 2 S 2 16 5 9 6 8 Jos 22" (name lost, @ Heb. Codd. ins."lJJ ; cf. Di Steuern), Gn i"-" 2 1919 Ex 33 7 + 30 t. + Jb 17" (? + sentence incl. name), f. c. 002 + 7 Is 40 26 , cf. 65" pn« DC*) ) ^i 4 7^(niDE') ) Ru 4 17 (D?' + ->b«b), Gn 2 20 26 1818 (all c. 00). g. c. 7 rei + Bg*"?S S i8' s . h. call by (2) names the names (ace.) of cities NU32 18 ; call to (?) city, + appell., + ice's v 42 . i. call cities (ace.) OB'S , i. e. specify them, Jos 2 1 9 1 Ch 6 50 (niOBfe). tNiph. Pf. ms. NTJP? Je4 20 +, 1 s. *W^J Est 4", etc.; Imp/. 3 ms. K3R Gn 2° + , *3R!B( 20 29 + , etc.; P«. «T?? Is 43 7 Je 44 26 ; P 1 - D ^"!i?? Is 4 8 ' Est 6';—l. reflex., T? Bhpn TKJ Is 48 s ,/row the Iwly city they call themselves. 2. pass, be called: a. be proclaimed (cf. Qal 3), of "" 00 Je 44 26 (nD3instr.); of man's name = be famous Ru 4 14 ; = be announced Je 4 20 . b. be read aloud (cf. Qal 4) : impers. c. 3 of book, + *3JK3 Nei3'; subj. records Est 6' (V.??). c. be summoned (cf. Qal 5): IS31 4 (?J? against); Est3 ,! 4"" 8"; + Q «? i3 , i.e. specifically, 2". d. be named (cf. Qal 6): (1) appell. subj. + 7 pers. Gn 2 21 to her shall be called ' woman,' 1 S 9* Is * s 62 412 Pn6 21 ; 4-7 loc. 2S18 18 Is i 26 35 s Je 19°. (2) *WI to? K-JP31 Dt 25'°, so Gn 35'° Dn io 1 Ez 20 28 (of place); 1»trnS Ez 20 29 . (3) 151 IBtaJ nanpJI Zc 8 s , so of land Dt 3 13 , temple Is 56L (4) esp. 7J? " 00 K$Q , denoting ownership, of pers. Je 15 16 , people Dt 28 10 Je 14" Am 9 12 Is 63 19 2 Ch 7 14 , ark 2 S 6 s (del. 2nd 00 © We Dr al.), = I Ch 1 3 6 (adding VPV Oettli Kau ; > Kit Hp * Of O0) t temple 1 K 8 4:, = 2 Ch Je7 ,( s4 34 15 , city Je 25 N Dn 9" city + people v 19 ; so name of man 2 S I2 ! , given to his wife IS4 1 . (5) be called 00 ?$?, i.e. reckoned to, Gn 4 8 6 Is54 5 6i 6 ; tS3tr78 iCh23 14 , cf. Ezr2 , '=Ne7 63 . (6) be called Is 43 7 4 8 l . (7) jnr,^ T. POP* Gn 21", i. e. in (through) 'X? shall seed be reckoned to thee ; , l?f 0r Klfc} 48" through them shall my name be called, i. e. perpetuated. (8) be named= mentioned, of pers. Is 14 20 . (9) subj. 00 Ec 6 10 , i.e. thing is known. tPu. (Ez and Is 2 ) Pf. 3 ms. N"5P be called, subj. appell. + 7 pers. vel rei = be named, Is 48 s Ez 10" ('ip); iOp) consec. Is 58 12 6 1* 62 2 (BHH Dt?); N"p X7 "M •>rs0k 65 1 ( < »TJ5 or S-I.P [Qal T 2 cj, Vrss Lo Ew Che Di al.) ; be called and privileged (cf. Qal 5 f ), Pt. •*$$ 'V 4 8 12 . fl. N"lp n.m. J ° I7,,1 usu. partridge (fr. call- ing; v. Gray in FFP 123 p st H " tta «' DB ""- Tristr v.»ii> i-.-.i. nif. . otherwise Ikj 1 "'"" n * ** r ' ** *""'" " ll * •«),wS 26 20 Je 17", cf. 'ipn rf Ju 15 19 . fn. N~pp n. pr. m. Kw/n/ft Kaprj, etc.; Levites : 1. 1 Ch 9 19 26 1 (top). 2. 2 Ch 31 4 . T[S^1p] adj. called, summoned; — pi. cstr. as subst. ; "IJ?iO '^"Ip Nu 1 6 2 <Ae summoned ones of assembly, term, techn. for representa- tives, councillors ; so rnjffi "K^p i"> Kt (Qr WP), 26 9 Qr (Kt <MTP ! cf. /Qal 5 d). TnN^lp n.f. proclamation ; — Jon 3". fcOPTS n.m. Exl2,16 convocation, oonvok- t': • 2S ing, reading ; — 'ti abs. Is I 13 Ne 8 8 ; cstr. Ex I2 16 4-; pi- cstr. "s-jpo Lv2 3 2 + ; sf. !#$? (Ges S91k ) Is 4 6 ; — 1. convocation, sacred assem- bly Is i IS (after top), 4 5 ; usu. explicitly EHp '», term, techn. in P for religious gathering on Sabbath and certain sacred days, Ex i2 1616 + 14 t. Lv 23 Nu 28, 29, + (pi.) Lv 23 2437 . 2. (n. verbi, as Aram. Inf., Ges »«•.<*■»") con- voking, nnjJn 'a Nu io 2 . 3. reading Ne 8 8 . II. [i^")p] vb. encounter, befall (|| form of iTl^. q.v. ; SI 4 J"Pp7 to meet, opposite; At. Yyi, jmt part to part; Min. X~ip set opposite, Horn ch»t.n7j._Q al]ii py. 5 3ms . s f. ^Sip ; Je^ 22 Jb 4 2 ; 3 fs. nsnp T Dt 31 s9 Je 44 21 , etc.; Impf. , ms. Mrj£ Gn4 9 ', sf. MK^ Gn 4 2 4 ; 3 fpl. f^fJPB Lv io 19 ; Ex i 10 rd. 3 fs. sf. «snpn (Sam Vrss Di Ges 547k So K '" Baen); Inf. cstr. 121 ntqp? (Ge8 il9k Ol* ,s7 ),Gni5 10 +,etc.;P<.fpl.sf.Tnk-|p Is 5 1 l9 ; — 1. n»«e<, encounter, only inf. cstr. HKlp? oft. = prep, toward, against (Kb" 1 ' 317 ), almost always c. ace. pers., after vb. of motion, Is 7 s Gn 19 1 24 17 Ju 4 1822 1 K 2 s 4-; in war, battle, npnp Ju 7 24 2o 25 - 31 i S 4 1 i K 20 s7 + , after lfl$ » s i ».io.i7 + ) ^ 35 3 v . I. iJD 2 b; 1»!> D?i> P?ni> nonpen Jos 1 I 20 <o harden their liearl to en- counter the war with Isr.; after Hfin (without vb. of motion), +1 S io 10 2 S ig* 16 1 1 K 18 7 Pry 10 ; in constr. prsegn. 'p 1 ? np'^1 Ju 19 s he rejoiced to meet him, + 1 S 6 13 (® We Dr al.) ; 'P? "nn 1 s 16 4 21 s ; so 0. jNtr Ju 14 6 , jmn 15" NXO 2 K io 15 , 3X3 Ex 5 20 7 16 NU22 84 , etc.; redund. 'y? * JTij^ Nu 23'; itnplic. of helping, Is 21"^ 59 s (fig.); &&$ 'pjj N1124 1 he did not go to encounter (in expectation of) signs of divination ; in metaph. IS14 9 , I'rpN 'pp Am 4". 2. fig. befall c. ace. pers., bad sense Gn 42 4ss Dt 31 29 Je 13 22 44 s3 Is 51" Jb 4 14 Lv io 19 ; of war Ex i 10 (v. supr.); in gen., G1149'. Niph. meet unexpectedly; Pf. 3 ms. 6*"lp3, c. ?$> pers. EX5 3 ; Impf. 3ms. K"!i?!l, c. 'JB? pers. 2 S 18'; iy. 20 1 , c. DB>, clmnced to be there; Impf of bird's nest Dt 22 s ('JSp); /«/. abs. Nlpi v. mp. Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. Nl.pfll Je 32 s3 thou didst cause all this evil to befall them (ace. pers. et rei). [ntOj?], n«"5p7 to meet, v. II. snp. I. [i~!p], ^^p vb. come near, ap- proach (NH approach, be offered; As. kardbu, approach; Ar. C>j>, CjJ be near, approach; so Eth. 4'CC: Sab. 3"ip approach a woman (sexually, v. 1 a infr.), DHM H<,tau,No - 6L2 , but also gen. 3"lp1 prn T /te «.7to 1* /ar an, approach; also, = oblation, Sab. pip DHM z " Gl "< 187e) ' 672 Ar. ^Jl, OAram. |3np, X NJfNp, Syr. liaicLO ; cf. As. kurbannu (3), D1 HWB351 );— Qal„ Pf. 3 ms. 'p Gn 20 4 + ; 3 fs. H31P T Zp 3 2 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 21?*. Gn 3 7 18 4- etc.; 7wm>. ms. 3!P t 2 S 2o' 6 + , n3"]J3 ^69"; mpl. «1P Ex 16 9 ; /»/. o6«. 3iiP T Ec 4" De Siegf 01 ,249c ' Sta S642c Ko' 175 ; «<r. ^>^2f 32 s , il3"lp T p Ex 36 s , etc.; — approach: 1. a. c. ^K pers. (27 t.) Gn 3 7 18 Nu 18 4 Mai 3 s ( 4. BBBtop), Jon i 6 +; in kindness 1 K 2 7 , of '" to help f 69 19 ; for war, battle, Ex 14 90 Ju 20 24 ; unto God ti S 14 36 ( + ^-H), Zp 3 2 , '•> tEz 44 15 Is 48 18 ; approach sexually, of man, tGn2o 4 Is 8 s Dt22 14 Lvi8«-"-"(H) Ezi8- of woman tLv 20 16 (i>« of beast) ; TO« 'p Is 65 s =keep to thyself (|| , *'^(?' l /i); c. ?8 pers., in hostility, ^ 27 s (+inf. purpose), so prob. mp , p"3^ipp ^ 5g 19 <^a< none may approach me ('p inf. cstr., so CheBaeDr, >n.=battle). b. ?N loc. Ex 32" Dt2» 7 20 10 Jos 8' Pr5 8 ; W rei Jos 3 s Ez 42 14 44'" Lv 22 s (H), Ex 3 6 2 + 5 t. P ; naran-by 2 K i6' 2 ; ronberrbK Dt 20 2 . tc. "Jsb pers. ('") Ex i6' Lv 16 1 f ii9 16 * (of cry); before men Nu 9" Jos 17 4 . td. ?^D gent. Dt2 19 . te. 3 loc. Ju 19" V91 10 (of evil), tf. b loc. Jb 33 M ; adv. loc. D?q Ex 3 s , nan Is 57 3 (cf. g, 2 S 20 16 ). tg. draw near for a purpose, c. Inf. 1 S 17 48 2 S 15 6 Dt 25 11 Ex 12 48 Lv 2 1 17 Nu 17 6 Is 34 1 Ec 4 17 , + (Inf. om.) Lv 2 1 18 ; c. I subord. 2 S 20" (+ ^D"* 1 ?); c. BBBtob. Is 41' (cf. a. Mal3 5 ); + Imv. Dt 5* Jos 1 s4 Lv io 4 , + L-npf. Jos io 24 Lv io 5 . b. abs. (15 t.) Jos 7 14 - 1414 (technically of approach to sanctuary, for trial by lot), Is 5 19 (of /( «'s counsel), 4i 6 + , La 3 s7 (of ' to help); npnpQn 'pFll 1 K 20 29 i.e. the battle was joined ; of calamities Ez g «»? T La4 ,s . t2. of time, draw near, Gn 27 41 Dt 15 9 Ez 12 23 ; spec. nic6 'D *0 'p Gn 4 7 a Dt 3 1 " 1 K 2 '. tNiph. iy. T 3ms.consec. ttlfrfjhfa aipfl Ex 2 2 7 he shall be brought unto God (at the sanctuary), also (abs., reflex.) 2 mpl. consec. MpipJl Jos 7 14 (cf. Qal 1 b). tPi. Pf. 1 s. VOIR Is 46"; 3 pi. *3"lp Ho 7 6 (v. infr.), Ez 36 s ; Impf. 2 ms. 3"!i?rW ^'65 6 ; 1 s. sf. «3"ip« Jb 3 1 37 ; Imv. ms. 3115 Ez 37 17 ; mpl. U"Ji5 Is 41 21 ; — cause to ap- proach, bring near: 1. in space, ace. rei + ?K Ez 37 17 ; =receive, ace. pers. Jb 31 37 (Thes Du ; most approach majestically, march up to), ace. om. V'65 6 ; D??'"! 'P Is 4 1 31 bring on your suit! 2. in time, '"J^nx 'p IS46 13 (of'), *&) '? Ez 36 s they have brought near to come, brought their coming near, it is at hand (cf. Hiph. Gn 12 11 ).— Ho 7 6 rd. iy? for «np (T)j? RS rroph..T.K.i»^ cf @ Now Hiph.',,, P/. <3 ms. 'lpn Gni2" + , 3"!" Nu7 19 ; 2 ms. J?3ipm Ex 29 3 +, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 3 ,- ip: Ez 44" + , > 46 4 ; af^a Ju3 17 + ; 1 pi. 3^B NU31 50 , etc. ; 7»wi>. ms. 3"ipn Nu 3" + , etc. ; Inf. abs. arapn Lv6 7 ; cstr. anpl Ju 3 18 + , etc.; Pt. 3T?fe Lv 3 1 + , etc. ; — 1. a. bring near, bring, present, c. ace. rei, Ju 5* ( + bsD3), cf. Ex 2 9" ( + ^B3) ; tribute V72 10 ; nnjp ju 3 17 ( + bpers.),v 18 ; cf. (b pers.) Mai i 8 ; V. rn'B>3 rrte Is 5 8 i.e.iot», incorporate; pregn., c. |i? loc. 2 K 16 14 (v. ES s.m.i.«6<r,2nd.d.«6ff.). acc of casej ^j^ +Dt j 17 ( + ^K pera.), Nu 27 s ( + n 'JBp); c. acc. pers. : + bs< pers. Nu 15° 25 s Jos 8 s3 , + b« reflex. m np pnp Ex 28 1 , + i"IK (prep.) reflex. Nu 18 2 ; abs., of pers., /«<;/,■(• are approach Ex 14 10 . b. of time, sbi? 3npn Gn 12"; rrbb n^pn is 26 17 ; ^iprn. ^0} Ez 22 4 . 2. as term, techn. (c. 158 t.), chiefly in Ez IIP, bring near, of presenting, dedicating, or offering to '* : t a. c. ace. pers., (1) Aaron and his sons, and Levites, sts. c. ?X, '?$'?, pers. or loc, Ex 2 9 48 40 1214 LV3 6 7* 8 6 "- 24 Nu 8 910 i6 M * w , cf. (of prince, subj. '>) Je 30 21 ; (2) for selection by lot Jos j^-V.vm t g io 2021 ; (3) for ordeal of Dnan ^D Nu 5 16 . b. usually (c. 142 t.) c. ace. of offering, with or without further complement (?$, *£?? loc, "h , "- V.S?; rarely -W, ?, of priest, etc.): (1) animal-offer- ing Lv 3 712 8 18 - 22 (all + ^p of offerer), Ex 29 10 LvI is 4 3» + i etc.; (2) rnj Lv7 lc ; tty Nu 2 9 ' 3M ; n#K Lv 3 314 23 s25 + ; +(3) blood Lv i 5 ( + pit), 7 M 9 »; (4) nn:» Lv 2 9 6 7 f 2 23 16 Nu 5 25 6 16 i5 9 ; wfy{ Dnb Lv 2i 6 - 817 - 2l ,etc; (5) incense Nu 16", censer v' 7 17 34 ; CTJ} tfo Lv io 1 Nu 3 4 r ' 1 ; (6) esp. c. ace. cogn. J3"]iJ Lv i 2214 2 14 22 1S Nu 7 10.11 3I M + ( c 33 t ). (^ acc _ om- 2 Ch 12 . C. abs. make an offering Nu 7 218 . ' H^p adj. vb. approaching; — abs. 'p 1 S I7 41 + ; pi. D'^lp Ez40 46 45 4 ; — approaching: 1. as pred., W?$ V ^ 1 S 17 41 , EPaip DPS non^ Dt 20 3 ; ahs. 'PI ^ibn 2 S i8 25 ; c. art. as subst., 1 K 5 7 ( + 1*$^), Nu 1 7 28 - 28 ( + ~b«  "> [SB'D). 2. c. art., approaching temple or tabern., for service, c. THVO Ez 40 46 ( + "??), 45 4 ; abs.'pn np Nu i 51 3 lo:i8 'i8 7 . T 31p n.[m.] battle, war (hostile approach ; Aramaism =otf, 3"ip, cf. Lag BN17i ); — abs. 'p Zci4 s +; pi. rrtrjp V68 3 ';— 1| rronin? Jb 3s 23
  • 144 1 ; 'p Bfr Zc 14 3 * 78"; 'P fy Ec 9 18 ; his
heart was war jf 55 s2 (v 19 v. y Qal 1 a) ; pi. ijr 68 31 peoples that delight in battles. — 2 S 17" read EQ-ipa © @ 93 Th Dr and most. t[m-!P Lag BN82 Kb ll74 ]n.f. approach;— cstr. in phr. DwK l"l3"!p approach to God (Che tn^P T , a'ilj? adj. near;— abs. 3Hg Ex i2 4 + , A- 2S i9 43 + ; pl- &?% 1 K8 59 , D^np Is33 13 -r; fpl. nianp Ez22 5 , etc.; — near (oft. opp. p*in-J) : 1. of city Gn 19 20 ( + HQE' D«b), JC48 24 , 'pn Dt2i 3 <A« wearesi ( + ^?), cf. (of elders) v«; of land 1 K 8 46 = 2 Ch 6 36 ;' road Ex 13 17 ; =contiguous, tJ^| 1 K2i 2 ( + , n , 3 bx$). . of pers.: a. +b« pers. Gn 45 10 Dt 13 8 22" Jos 9 16 1 Cli 1 2 41 (van d. H. v 40 ) ; b$ 'p>n Ex 1 2 4 tlie nearest to; c. sf. i3"lp Ex 32 s7 , i.e. his neighbour, b. abs. (opp. or +pim, oit. = near and far, i.e. all without distinction), Ez 6 12 Is 5 7 19 Pr 27 10 ; pl. Is 33" Je 25 26 Dn 9 7 Est 9 20 Ez 22 s ; 'p of distress, personif., ^22 12 . — Ez 23 512 Co Berthol read D^y famous ; Toy D»f2 (cf. Je 39 13 ); HptinToyKraeconj.O , "!i"ip(As.&Mr<i<fo, warrior). 0. of near relationship, + PK pers. 2S 19 43 Lv2i 53 25 25 (all H), Nu27 n (P); b pers. Ne 13 4 Ku 2 20 ; +fO comp. 3 12 ; of intimacy, iaip,j,i 5 3 (|pn$n), '3<np Jbi 9 14 (|| Tfo)^ 38 12 (|| *Si) ^»); reear, in office, Esti 14 . ' d. reear to * B^Bf V 148 14 (R'e Bae Uip ^ peopZe of those near him), e. near to in ceremon. function, c. b» Ez 43", c. b 42 13 , sf. Lv io 3 . f. ofGod('i), +^Kpers.Dt4 7 30 14 ; ^pers.^34 19 145 18 ; abs.Jei2 2 Is5o 8 55 6 f 119 151 ; ahjpp^j Je 2 3 23 a God from near by (opp. pirnD '«); 'p of " P^f Is 5 1 5 , '" Vyi+8 5 "( + b pers.);— 'P 10^ f 75 2 , read '^3 Wp Dy Che Gr Dr, cf. Bae © a ^tenf 'p Je 48 16 , cf. Is 1 3* 56 1 ; 'p HPinp Pr io 14 imminent ruin; 3V"lj3D Dt 32 17 recently, so Ez 1 1 3 © 33 Co Siegf Berthol (for MT tail??); Ez 7 8 soon; Jb 20 5 of the briefest.— T&n "psc 'p niK Jb 17 12 is dub.; Thes (my) light is near to (prope abest a, as Ar. ^ Cjji, but not proven in Heb.) darkness; Di light (they say) is near (breaking away) from darkness, will soon leave it behind; Bu lix W?H? D ?^I? the light of their intimate friend shall not (1) grow dark. ]:pP T n.m. L ' C13 offering, oblation (As. kurbannu, id., appar. alw. with 3, L1 HWB3M ); — abs.'p Lv i 2 + ; cstr. |3-]P r 2' + ; sf. *}f]$ Nu 28 2 ; pl. sf. D^PJIP, Lv 7 38 ; — offering, oblation, gen. term for all kinds of offering(onlyEzLvNu [HP]): animal Lvi 2S - l0 +, vegetable 2 11 - 3 -|-, articles of gold NU31 60 , silver 7" + , etc.; as ace. cogn. after ^"ipn Lv I 2 - 2 3 14 Nu 6 14 + (v.-/ Hipb.. 2 b (5)); cstr. nron 'p Lv 2 1 - 4 - 13 , Jre>sn 'p v' 2 , HE'S 'p 2 2 27 ; '1 'p Nu 9 713 (cf. 3 1 50 ). t []3"»j5] n. [m.] offering;— cstr. D^J?n J3~)P wood-offering for second temple Ne io 35 13 31 . mip read also 3" 19 with © Ruet ^ Wild, for MT nipt?) ; — 1. accident, chance, 1 S 6 9 20 26 ; c. nip Ru 2 s (v. 'p 1). 2. in Ec, fortune, fate, 'D Db-DK nip? ins Ec 2 14 cf. v 15 , 3 1919 ' 9 9 s - 3 . tmip n.f. rafter, beam (prop, a thing meeting, fitting into, another); — sf. Wp Gn 19 8 (J)=my roof-tree; pi. nil'p rafters, abs. 2 CI13 7 , cstr. || 1 K 6 16b (reading JEBH nMp © Th Kit Benz, for MT niTp), + f> (reading nillpn for V$$n, v. r p) ; Ct i 17 <JI UD'ni Kt, vtrni Q r ) ; more gen. beam, sg. abs. niip 2 K 6 2 ' 6 . t[rnp] vb. denoni. Pi. lay the beams of, furnish with beams; — c. ace. of the building : Pf 3 pi. sf. W»E Ne 3 36 ; Inf. cstr. rtn$ Ne 2 8 2 Ch 34 11 ; P<. niptpn f I04 3 (fig.). tn"ipp n.[m.] beam- work; — Ec io 18 . tfinp n.f. town, city (syn. of I" 1 ?, chiefly poet., and in the higher style; perhaps from above /as meeting-place of men; cf. n.pr.loc. MI 13 nnp, l.'° |nnp; JAram. nnp);— abs. 'p Is i si + ; cstr. nnp Nu 2i 28 +;— i- in gen. Dt 2 36 3 4 . 2. of specif, towns, Ho 6 8 (IV^, © Codd - TaXyoXa, cf. Now); jn'p nnp NU2I 28 ; Damascus, 'WtoO 'p Je 49 25 (|| "&>? TJ) J esp. of Jerus. Mi 4 10 ' Is 29 1 33 20 , 'p nuhl La 2", 32 1)^0 'p ,/, 4 8 3 , city for inhab. 1 K i 4145 , 'p njow is i 21 '- 6 (|| pivn tjj), nri>y 'p 2 2 2 (|| T? n , nin) ) 32 13 . 3. in Is 2 4-2 6 coll., i.e. denoting various, representative, cities, VW 'p 24 10 , 'p rrynra 25', dtiv D ^ 3 "P v 3 , naa'eo 'p 2 6 6 ; so prob! Hb 2 8 - 17 . ' 4. mdef.,Hb2 ,1! (l|l , V); Pr 29 s , ft T 18 19 a city of strength, so ti? "P io 15 (infig.) = i8 11 (i<i.);=inhab.,ii 10 /ppon ! Jb39 7 . nnp v. D^V: n -1i?- t O^rmp n.pr.loc. KaptaBaip (perh. double city (du.), yet in gen. on 0?— in n.pr.loc. v. Ges* 8 ") ;— 1. in Moab (MI 10 ) Je 48 1 (DVj-j, v 23 , so nornnp Ez 25" Qr (Kt nWinp); Reubenite city acc.toNu 3 2 37 (Ci:n.) J0S13 9 ; DW? n#Gn 1 4 5 plain of Kiryathaim (v.niE>); mod.Kureydt, cijm. SE. from (Mt.) 'Attarus (nhcy), and 6 J m. NNW. from Dibon ; GASm *""- 667 - Buhl gw.w 2 . Levit. city in Naphtali 1 Ch 6", = !n-)p || Jos 2 1 32 (Btppav, ®L Kap&w). t JTipN n^p n.pr.loc. older name of Hebron ; wdXir Apj3o(«), Kap(t)a<ty>/3oK, etc. (prob. = fourfold city (otherwise Jos 14 16 15 13 21 1 '), imp v. esp. GFM) j— Jos 1 4 15 (JED), Jui ,ob (y3lK V), also Gn 23* Jos I5 ,3M 20 7 21 11 (all P); 'RH 'p Gn 35 117 (P) Ne 1 1 25 .— Vid. ffon. t^ya nnp v. prSR n -1P- Tn'iJin nnp n.pr.loc. in Moab, n6us (irai(a>v, Nu 2 2 39 , site unknown. tony' nnp n.pr.loc. 7rdx(c)is iap«p[*], Kapia^iapti/i, etc. (city of forests ; — city of the Gibeonites Jos 9 17 , assigned to Judah Jos 1 5 60 cf. Ju i8 12lJ , on border of Benj. Jos 15 9 (in BTJ^J v 10 , © n6iv lapw, v. D , "!^)» l8 "> assigned to Benj. v 28 (Ciy? m. by text. err. before D'ly, v. ©); near Beth Shemesh i S 6 21 , long the abode of ark 7 12 1 Ch 13 66 2 Ch i 4 ; named in genealogical list 1 Ch 2 s0 - 5253 ; named also Ne 7 M = D^V 'p Ezr 2 25 (read Dn£) ; c. art. D^JH 'p Je 26 20 ; abbreviated (in poet.) ("HP) " 1 .^^i32 6 ; called also ^SfTCTB (Kapia8Paa) Jos 15 60 i8 ,4 + v is (where read for &*"!$ 'p, so © Di Benn Steuern) ; this abbrev. into '"VV3, 15 910 [(l«)3aaX], also v 11 - 29 , and HW h>3» 2 S6 2 (rd. 'n; Vya, or *HJ ha»), nri'pya y 'i Ch 13 s (v. on these ll. n ?5!l). Identif. uncertain ; Bob 8 " 1 -" conj. Kiry'at el-'Enab, 8m. + W. of Jerusalem (cf. Kaptadiapcip, Lag " ™- 271 ); 'Erma (Henderson p * 1 - 85 - " 2 - 210 Conder 8urvw Mem - '"• "»•), cf. GASm G « OBT - 226r - Buhl Geo « r - ,Mt . narnnp v. foil, n^v 'p v. foreg. T - - :'• • t T 1QD - nnp n.pr.loc. wdXis (ra>v)ypappaTav, + (® B Ju 1 ") Kapiao-aaxpap : ancient name of TO" 5 ] (v. 11. '*1 2 c) (perh. 1Bb~'p scribe-town, cf. © supr., also <S and Egyptian Ba'-litu-pa-'irq, house of scribe, WMM A "- U - Kur - 174 Buhi Ge<>1!r - 274 °cf. GFM Ju );— Jos 15 1516 Ju i 1112 ; another name is i13D"'p Jos 15 49 (but © woXit ypapparav, hence rd. perh. lSD"'p, so Steuern), in S. Judah ; on site (prob. Dhoherlye, 5 h. SW. from Hebron) v. n. f^] 2 c and Buhl GMgrI64 . t[n")p] n.f. town, city (late poet.) (cf.Ph. nnn nip n.pr.loc. in Cyprus, also=CartAa<7«, and perhaps Cirta, Tigranocerta ; cp.Thes); — always nip; — of Job's city, Jb 29 7 ; indef. Pr 8 3 9 314 ; city as a corporate body of men 11". tnnip n.pr.loc. Kadr)S, KapiOa, etc.: Levit. city in Zebulun Jos 21 34 , site unknown. jrnp v. o^nnp 2. VP PJ3 |i8' (of as deliverer); others sub 3 or 4; esp. as lifted up (DY as of a lordly animal, cf. Dr lsal ), denoting increase of might, dignity i S2 U0 La2 17 ^75 11 89 ,8 - 25 92 11 112 , so perh. 1 Ch 25 s (v. Kau ; >Be blow loudly [cf. 1 c]), 4- toy? i//i48 M (sul>j. ' , ); also haughtiness, ar- rogance 75 56 ; opp. T ina Jiew off horns, i.e. reduce, humiliate, La 2 3 1//- 75*', pass. Je 48 s , so 7)2 "«sy3 'npbyi jb i6 15 ; 't^ nnb 9 nnay«  Ez 29 21 is appar. of restoration of might (as + 148 14 supr., c. D-JJ1), but "Vf$ T? 'XK f 132" of raising up individual ruler of Davidic line. 3. of altar, horn-like projections at corners (26 t.), Am 3 14 Je 17 1 Ez 43'"° + 1 18 27 Ex 27 s * + 8 t. Ex, Lv 4' 19 + 6 1. Lv (all P) ; as sanctuary, refuge iK i 5051 2 2> . t4. hill (so in Ar.,peak,iso- lated hill, cf. Ges) Is 5'. 1 5. ft 1"W? Dff]E Hb 3 4 rays at his side{s) had he (of lightning-flashes in theoph., cf. Now Da). — Am 6 13 v. D??"]P n.pr.loc. tpp vb. Qal denom. of fjij 5, send out rays;— P/. 3 ms. VJB niV Hi? Ex 3 4 29 - 30 - 3S (P). Hiph. denom. of fjp 1 a, display (grow) horns (be fully developed), Pt. D^sp ni?P "»| * 69 32 . TlpEn Typ n.pr.f. (/jotm of antimony, i.e. beautifier, v.^pS) ; — Job's third daughter Jb 4 2 H . t □ , 5"^p n.pr.loc. conquered by Isr. Am 6 13 (so GrWeNow GASm, cf. also "O"] K? p. 520 supr.; © and most sub pi? 2); prob. in Bashan, =5 Kapvaiv i Mace S 43 ' 44 , Kapviov 2Macc 1 2 21 ; also in 'p ni"Wfy Gn 14 5 (v. in. ninn^y p . 800 supr.). f[Dnp] vb. bend down, stoop, crouch (intrans.) (cf. perh. Ar. u^S disc, round cake; cp. NH blDTj?, ftr$, X *tycP&, *fy>F& all ankle);— Qal Pf 3 pi. W$ Is 4 6 a ; / J <. Dip v 1 (both + V12); of vanquished gods of Babylon. T [D">p] n. [m.] hook, on edge of curtains of tabern., matching the loops (IN??, v. [yv 1 ]); pi. D"t?-ip Ex 26«- ,1 = 36 B -" ) 26 33 ; cstr. ant 'W. v«=36 13 ; Tvm 'p 2 6 n =36' 8 ; sf.VCnp 35 n =3g h t[^b")j3] n.[f. Albr ZAW " ,(,896) '"] ankle (cf. 33 2S22 37 ; =^ + Dn.i? v. Ko" m ; pi. sf. ^PT 2S22 37 = f i8 :i "). tDhp n.pr.m. post-ex., Ezr2 44 ,Kafir/s, AK17- paos; =DTp Ne7 47 , K<ipa(s), ®L (both) Kopts. j/*lp vb. tear (NH id.,' Ar. cy> strike head, bell, etc., 6«a< drum, box ear, gnash teeth (Frey Dozy) ; also impugn, censure); — Qal Pf. 3 ms.'p 1 S 1 5 18 + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. IMP?! Gn 37 M -r ; is. sf. najnpK 1 K 1 1 12 , etc.; Imv. mpl. «r# 2 S 3 31 Jo 2 13 ; Inf. abs. 5)ip T 1 K 1 1 11 ; cstr. y^-ip? Ec 3 7 , sf. *¥!£ Ezr 9 5 ; Pt. act. T)P 1K11"; pass, yip 2S15 32 , etc.; — ieor, re/uf : 1. a. usu. (39 t.) of rending garment in (1) sign of grief, distress: 13? (29 t.) Gn 37 MM 44" 2Si3 ,, + ; D'JPp Bg0 '3 ? 2 K 2 12 , '3 bsi D33a? 'p J02 13 ; pt. pass, 'p 1H33 2 S i ! ; cstr.' 'a' f}? <om 0/ garments (pers. tCTift <orw garments) 2 S 1 3 31 (but read 'a liTip ® 33 Th We al.), 2 K i8 37 =Is 36 s2 , Je4i s ; i"Vtp fJbi 20 2 12 Ezr 9 3 ( + 1$), nana 2 S 13 19 , in?J?a 8*lg 2 S 15 32 (Ges* 12 " 1 ); nWtGn37 34 44 ,3 Jos7 6 ; pt. pass, t D^np V T? S 4 12 ; t(2)as symbolic act, ifV Bf>tf note 'p D'jnp 1 K 11 30 ; t(3) abs.iianb nyi yinp? ny Ec 3 7 . b. tear away or out : veils Ez 1 3 21 , fillets from (?¥®) arms v 20 , mark of leprosy out of (IP) garment Lv 13 56 . t2. tear away sovereignty (under fig. of garment), subj. by? pers. 1 S 15 28 1 K 11 11 , also 1!P i S 28 17 1K11 1231 , IP 14 s , abs. 11 13 ; c. ace. ty + ^>yp K 17 21 . t3. tear, rend asunder : a. book with (3) knife Je 36 s3 . b. = mafe wide, large, eyes, with (3) stibium Je 4 30 ; windows, i? 'pi [Ij'Jifin 22". c.rend open heavens, and descend, of '», Is 63". +4. tear, rend, of wild beasts: r i as fierce bear Ho 13 s (obj. Dap "top); fig. of human foes ^ 35 15 (ace. pers. om.), so Hup al., but (fr. context) 01 BaeAVe al. malign, rail (cf. Ar. supr.); > Gr al. W)p. t Niph. be rent, of gar- ment (WP), Impf. 3 ms.ini5>l 1 S 15 27 , J3R Ex 28 32 39 s ; be rent, split asunder, of altar iK 13 35 . t[SHp] n.m. 1K,1,30 torn piece of garment, rag ; — pi. D'yip 1 K 1 1 30 he tore it into twelve pieces^ 2K2' 2 ; ra^«Pr23 31 (sign of poverty). f [r*]p] vb. nip, pinch (NRY~$cut dough, compress lips, Y^p piece of bread; As. kardsu, nip off ', gnaw, Ar. Jojj pinch; Eth.+^R: incise; Syr. )Llo nail [v. also BAram]; cf. Fra 35 .');— Qal Impf 3 mpl. fyWJp! if 35 19 ^ et ^ iem no ^ P' nc h the eye, i.e. wink maliciously, so Pt. act. "S TV Pr io 10 , i^ya 'P 6 13 ; also WOP 'p 16 30 pinching his lips (i.e. compressing, as NH, or biting, gnawing, cf. As.). Pn. Pf. 1 s. ^flP ipno Jb 33 e from clay I was nipped off (ci. As. [i{a iklaris, lie nipped off clay, to form Eabani). rv rropo ' V^P n " m " QU b- word, appar. nipping, concr. nipper usu. interpr. (since Hi) of a nipping or stinging insect (cf. Aram. NSi"l£, Ar. J^U biting insect); e.g. gadfly (d. Thes Add,ul ), fig.'of Nebuchadr. N3 fiBSD 'p J e 46 20 a gadfly cometh from tlie north; 5i5 (Aq Symm) stimu- lator, i. e. fP ; Thes ah, more gen., excidium. fi. ^p^.p n.[m.] floor (prob. redupl. fr. a Vr-ip, or nip; NH &, ground., so £ KVP")P, ^'V^IP ; appar. = As. kakkaru, ground, earth, Av.jj 5 terra aequabilis mollisque ; cf. Kb' lu ' 9I ); — abs. 'p 1 K 6 16 f VP T - v 7b (v. infr.); cstr. SFJB Nu 5 >i + ; — floor of temple 1 K 6 ,MM "° j7«. v 7b rea) j prob nhipn rafters (cf. 6 15 and fflV) @ 33 Th Sta Kmp K ' u Benz; (earth)-floor of tabern. Nu s' 7 ; DJn ypnp Am o 3 the floor, bottom of the sea. f n.yplp a.pr.loc. (yfoor); — c. art. + n loc, ^pn.gn Jos 15", on extreme S. border of Judah ; Trjv Kara 8vcrpias KaSrjs.
  • t1S n -P r -!oc- E. of Jordan, Ju 8 10 , site
unknown ; Kapieap. "^R")B ^ u 2 4 17 rea< ^ *^T? 1 -v - 1. [Tip] ▼&■ be cold (Ar.j5 oe cota, so Eth. <fcd<J: Syr. J>; X Ithpa. is coo? oneself (rare); Levy cp. also NH Nithp. T!i? n ? #row caZm [i.e. cool]); — Hiph. make or keep cool : Pf. 3 fs. ITlpn, fig., Je6 7b Jerus, keepeth her wickedness coo/, fresh ; Inf. cstr. metaph 1'pn (6es te ") v 7 *, of "112 keeping water cool (sim.). tlf? adj. cool;— cstr. (fig.) nmpi p r x fr (Kt) cooZ of spirit, i.e. calm, self-possessed (Qr "¥}) ; pi. &$> of water Je i8 H Pr Z5 25 . tip n.[m.] cold;— abs. G11 8 M (Dh). trnj? n.f. id.;— abs. 'P Di<| Na 3 17 a day of coldness, cold day, so Pr 25 20 ; 'p alone, coW of night Jb 24"; in gen., due to winds 37 s (DnTBO v. mr Pi. ; yet Voigt Bu, attractively, D'lJBD ( c f. f 1 4 a") out of storehouses [|| Tin]); Tog; '» in-;^?B!)^i47 17 ,+pl.Zci4 6 (rd.n'inpv TrPpTp n.f. coolness; — abs. 'e of cham- ber: 'Bn ivby. Ju 3 20 ='Bn Tin v 24 . tH- [Tip] vb. Pilp. tear down (?) (NH ">i?]i? tear down wall) ;— only P«. "ip np"]pO Is 22 5 usu. (men are) tearing down wall(s), but v. 1. f1> 3 ad fin. ttftp (-/of foil.; cf. NH enp, 6e(come) ./Srw, solid, BHp 6oard (rare)). Bhj? n.ln. ,:,au, board, boards ;— abs. 'p Ex26 ,9 '+, Bhj> v^ + j sf. iJBhp Ez2 7 «; pL Dnrip v ,5 + ; cstr. "Bhp v<* + ; sf. VBnp 35" + ; — tl. coll. boards, of deck Ez 27" (of Tyre under fig. of ship). 2. ioard of tabern. Ex 2 6 lbM - ,6 + 45 t. 2.6-40 ; Nu 3 M 4" (all P). < rpj? v. mp. ItJup (-/offoll., meaning dub.; cf.Ar. ttli basket of palm-leaves ; Eth. ^v*^; urn, jar; NH n)Dp_=BH rrtpp, cf. $ NnijDp, r ninDP; Talm. BDp, NBD'p a measure, Syr. §aJ> jar, (D after p), N6s' BAk - 1882 -" 79 Fra 63206 Brock'"). t[™ty£> Ko"- 1 - 1 "] n.f. a kind of jug, jar, utensil of tabern. and (Ch) temple ; — pi. Hi'trp Ex 37 16 1 Ch 28"; cstr. TJDSn nibp Nu 4 7 ^'ars oftlie drink-offering; sf. (of table) Ex 25 s9 . tnDj? (for niyp) n .[f.] pot (for ink), ink- horn ;— cstr. ^bn 'p Ez 9 s - 3 , abs. riDisn v ". Dttfp (-/offoll.; meaning dub.). Tntfl^top n.f. unit of (unknown) value, perh. weight: Gn3 3 19 || Jos2 4 32 (both E), Jb42". ti^p (-/of following; NH nE^'fp « C a'e; cf. Ar. Jhi gfttm off fat, iv. scaZe q^" (Berggren), ^/Jil be healed from small-pox, etc. (Muhifc; i.e. scale off), cf. JL» #e< weZZ from leanness, Frey (KamGolius); also sweep (up debris) Dozy" 347 ). t<. nCplTp n.f. scale offish, etc.; — of water- animals having 'p ^SiDfln and scale Dti4 9 -' = Lv II 91012 ; pi. CWP'fp, of scale-armour 1 S 1 7 5 ; pi. sf. Tntypbp Ez 2 9 4A (of Pharaoh under fig. of crocodile). ©p v. B'E'p. Kt^'p (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. li~3, Eth.'l^rti't: NH rutfp, Pun. Kiuaov Low p - 408 , all cucumber(s) (Low"- 330 ), so prob. As. kissA ; cf. Syr. JL'o^i id. (Lexx), S Jerl - Nu 1 1 4 pi. ttyp_ (n for n after p); Gk.o-<<evo t ,<r«ur; Lag Arm - s,ud ' » 1975 ! ""■ K6 Lewy Fremdw.30 t[n«©p, Lbw"- 330 ] n.f. cucumber;— pi. D^pNu'n 5 . fn. Httjpp n.f. place, field, of cucumbers, Is i 8 ; so Je io 5 Gf Gie al. (cf. Baruch 6 70 ). 2©p [2li^p] vb. incline, attend, of ears; — tQal Impf. 3 fpl. ™3e>pn I S 32 ! (subj. D^TN). Hiph. P/. 3 ms. 3'B>pn Je23 ,8 f66 19 , etc.; img/! 3 ms. 3B>pI Is 42 s3 , etc.; Imv. ms. 3B/pn Jb33 21 , esp. nans'ipri ^5* + , etc.; Inf. cstr. ^tfpn 1 S 1 5 K + ; Pt. yVfyQ Pr i 24 + , pi. D'^pp Ct8 13 ; — jwe attention (sts. + VP?'); abs. Ho 5 1 iSi5* , Isio ao 28 !a 34 1 49 1 Mii J +i2 t.; +b«  pers. Je 18" Zc I 4 Is 51 4 (|| "VKH), b pers. ^ 55 s ; + b« rei Je 18 18 Ne g u + 142 7 , '^S rei Je6" Pr 17 4 29 12 , !> rei Je 6 17 Is 4 8 18 Pr 4 20 5 1 7" ^5" Ct 8 13 , 3 rei ^ 66" 86 6 ; also c. ace. rei Je 23 18 Jb 13 6 ijr 17 1 61 2 ; acc. cogn. Is 2 1"; appar.= cause to attend, c. acc^IX Pr 2 2 ( + ? rei), ty 1 o 17 , but usage would be so late and rare that *[£fM is prob. subj. rei (Ges» I44m Da 8 ' nt -' ,0, - BS ). T2tTp n.m. attentiveness; — 32/p^ as sign of life 2 K4 sl , of a living deity 1 K 18 29 ; as acc. cogn. ^ip! 3B»p 3"? ! prn Is2i 7 he shall attend an attentiveness (give close attention), — abundance of attentiveness (cf. 63' yjf I45 T ). t[aa?j5] adj. attentive;— fs.^W M ^nri TOBfe Ne i 6 , + W rei v 11 . t[l©j5] adj. id.;— fpl. rfatfp, of 0*}}$, 2 Ch 6 40 7 1S 1// 130 2 , all + i> rei. I. [nti^p] vb. be hard, severe, fierce (NH nB>15 J g severe; Ar. Lis (15) 6e /tarrf, dry, 111. endure, struggle against, severity; Aram. NB'p, Us 6« Aarrf, difficult; J Aram. TP, rvt?p adj.' hard); — Qal P/ 3 fs. nrn?|3 1 S 5 nnj£ Gn 40 7 ; Impf. 3 ms. nB>£ Dt 1 17 is 18 , B>ph 2 S 19 44 ; — 1. be hard, difficult Dt i 17 (of a legal case ; }P compar.). 2. 6e Aarrf, severe, rJJ 'p «^ 1 S5 7 (of', in judgment); ^JD ?? Dt 15 18 it shall not be hard in thine eyes (seem a severe trial, an injustice); of wrath Gn 49/ (poem in J; || T5?); of fierce words 2 S 19 44 . Miph. Pt. Hw'pJ Is 8 21 hardly bestead, hard pressed. Pi. Impf 3 fs. nPn^3 «%«! Gn 35 16 (E) she made luird in her bearing (had severe labour). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. ntPpn Exi3 15 + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. B'pjl 2 Ch 36" 3 mpl. V^p.'l Je7 M + , etc.; Inf. cstr. sf. nn'B'pna Gn 35 17 ; P<. n^pp p r 28" 29 1 ; —1. make difficult, difficulty: «D^ nE/pn Ex 13" Pharaoh made difficulty about sending us away; of travail Gn35 17 (E; as Pi.); PVP? 5iNE>p 2K2" <Aow Aa»< made /(arc? to ask, asked a hard thing. 2. make severe, burdensome, rvrpv yoke imposed by king 1 K 1 2 4 = 2 Ch 1 o 4 . 3. a. make hard, stiff, stubborn, fig. of obstinacy : DE-ljrnK Wfe 2 K 1 7" they stiffened, their neck, so Je 7 26 1 7 s3 1 9" Dt io' 6 2 Ch 30 8 36 13 Neg 161729 Pr 29 1 ; D3:nb ^pri-^S f 95 s , cf. Pr 28 14 ; subj.
  • », 'B 3.b-nK HB'PK Ex7 3 (P), acc. "im-l-TlS Dt2 30 .
T>. shew stubbornness Jb 9 4 (c. 7K pers. ['»]). ntTp adj. hard, aevere; — abs. 'p Ex i8 26 + ;'cstr. 32'+; fs. nB>p Dt 26" + ; cstr.n^p 1 S i 16 ; mpl. D'E'P 2 S 3*5 cstr. ^P Ez 2 4 3 7 ; fpl. niE'p Gn 42 730 ;— 1 . hard, difficult, of a legal question ("O^) Ex 18 26 (E). 2. a. severe, of battle 2S2", wind Is 27 s , servitude (f13J|) 1 K I2 4 =2 Ch io 4 , Dt 26 6 Isi 4 3 Ex i 14 6 9 (both P); as n.coll. nB»p y&y tpffU yr 60 5 thou hast made thy people see severe things; OV DK'p Jb 30 20 i.e. one whose time (life) is hard, so 1S1" (reading Di' nB>p for TVn 'p, ® Th We Dr al.); severe, rough, of lord ( D, ?'"l^) Is 1 9 4 , cf. 2 S 3 s9 (c. )p comp. [WfPJ v. HPS]); "^? "#>] $n Ju 4" the hand of the sons of Israel went on being more and more severe upon Jabin ; fierce, relentless, of '*'s sword Is 27 1 (in fig.); rough, rude 1 S 25 s ; severe things, of language Gn 42 730 (E; Oa^), 1 S 2o 10 1 K i2 ,3 =2 Ch io 13 (all c. n;v); nE'p rp^x rvby »?S$ i k 14 6 / am com/missioned with a severe {message) unto thee (Ges smd ' N - 2 Da 8i " rt -" 75(d) - 80 ); ne>p ran I s2 i 2 . b. fierce, intense, vehement, of n ^P Ct 8 6 (|| njy ; cf. Gn 49 9 ). 3. in.irnB*p-Dy a people stiff of neck, stubborn, Ex 3 2 9 33" 34 s (all JE), Dt 9 6 13 ; na'isn ^s-iy 3 1 27 ; c f. n^i?n Bf$ Ju 2"; D'oa '^p Ez2 4 ( + 3.^p.|n), 3^p 3 V( + nsp-'<p]n) T ; 'p alone = stubborn IS48 4 . t^ttjp n.[m.] stubbornness ; — cstr. Dt 9"'. TlVttJp n.pr.loc. Levit. city in Issachar, Jos l<j*> 21™ (in || I Ch6 57 BHp q.v.); Knavv, ©L Ke(7iQ)i', A Kf<r , K«r . II. nti'p (-/of foil. mng. dub.; Thes decor- ticavit,=^kv. LlS; then tornavit, but jji = B" ?). t nQJpQ n. [m.] an artistic hair arrange- ment ; 1 turner's work, Is 3 24 , so most. f 1. nttjpft n.f. perhaps hammered work, only of metals (orig. turner's workl); — abs. 'D, of cherubim in tabern. Ex 25 18 37 7 , lamp- stand 25 31M 37 17 - 22 Nu8 4 - 4 , clarions io 2 .— ii.'d v. NK>p. rrop ncjp t [Ht^p] vb. Hiph. 1. make hard. 2. treat hardly (Ar. 3 6« hard, firm, tough; Sab. nDj5 hardness, severity, cruelty, SabDenkm ); — 1. make hard,stubbom, Impf. 2 ms. O'B'pFI (subj. "»), c. ace. 3^ Is 6 3 17 ( + 'pri'D). 2. <rea< hardly, roughly (of ostrich), P/. 3 ms. DTP? Jb 39 16 (c. ace. rm ; r d. 3 fs. nrPB'pn Hi Siegf Du) ; < (Di) Inf. abs. (Ges 1 »") rwpn Ew, or /mp/. 3 fs. O'B'ipFI Hirz Bae**" Bu. ' ttjajp a.[m. ?] bow ; — ^ 60 6 , Aram, form of n#>, q.v. (B for n after p). Dt#'p (-/of foil.; cf. Palm, avp succeed; Aram. BWp, tiQfP right, truth; Syr. )fj^.a!o id., ChrPalAram. frrnM true, Mand. BBO be true, v. Schwally Id ' otM ; Ar. Aj—jj equity, justice is loan-word (v. Fra 206 )). tptt?p n.m. truth;— Pr 22 21 (ace. to Toy Aram, gloss to foil. no$ n.OK).
  • tip, pO?P , v. I. nvp.
I"*")t£^p vb. bind, league together, con- spire (NH id., bind, join, ~&p knot; % "iBp, Syr. 4* oind (t3 for n after' p) Nb ZMOll - 7M , who cp.also ('perh.') Ar. llji/orce to do a thing, Eth. *JU: bind);— Qal Pf. 3 ms.i^ Am 7 10 1 K 16 16 ; 2 ms. sf. DIJTgp consec. Dt 6 s , etc.; /»»/>/. 3 ms. "*$•) iKi5 i; +, -iBfcl 2 K is 30 , etc. ; /»»». ms. sf. D"?B'p Pr 3 s + ; Pt. act. pi. Dntyp 2 Si 5 ]1 +; pass. fs. PTJ*^ Gn 44 30 Pr 22 1 *; pi. B*W|y Gn 3 o 42 ; — 1. bind: a. lit., c. ace. rei + 7g Gn 3s 28 (J), Je 51 63 , + 3, Jos 2 is.2i (JE); bind, confine, c. ace. DTI Jb 39" ( + D?ri3), ace. of crocod. 40 29 . b. fig., c. ace. + /$? Dt 6 8 1 1 18 Pr 3 3 6 21 f (all of religious and moral precepts); c. 3, ^333 iTWB'P iE>D3 G1144 30 fe's life is bound up with his [viz. the boy's] life (J; of strong affection); *$£$% 'p nS.K Pr 22". C. pt. pass, vigorous (prop, ■well-knit; opp. D'BDy) Gn 30" (J). 2. league together, conspire : c. 7V pers. against 1 S 22 s -' 3 Am 7 10 Ki5 27 i6 9 2Kio 9 i5 10!!5 , 2i 2
2Ch 33 2 '
Ch 24 21 ; c. ace. cogn. "f^, 1 K 16 20 2 K 12 21 i5 13 , + ^3? pers. i4 19 =2 Ch 25 s , 2 K 15 30 ; abs. 1 K i6' 6 Ne 4 2 ( + inf. purpose); c. DV , together with, 2 S 1 5 31 . Miph. P/. 3 fs. n-jf'p 3 1 S 1 8 1 </*« Zi/i of Jonathan was bound up with the life of J). (Qal 1 b); Impf. 3 fs. noinrrb -ie>i?rn Ne 3 s8 aW the wall was joined together (the circuit complete). Pi. Imjf. 1. bind on (as ornament), 2 fs. sf. D'IB'pni Is 49 18 (fig.; || ftyf?). 8. fc«d /<**', 2 ms. TWXO) nD'3 hiSTJjO Jb 38" cams* thou bind fast the bands of the Pleiades ? Pn. Pt. fXSn ni-fptpn Gn 30 41 (J), = Qal 1 c. Hithp. conspire : Pf. 3 pi. 'by Vitfpnn 2 Ch 24" (|| 2 K 12 51 Qal 2); Impf. 3 ms. "iw itfpJVI K 9 14 ; Pt. pi. vSy D'-i^pnan 2 ch 2 4 26 . t"Wtfp n.m. conspiracy ;— abs. 'p 2 S i 5 " + , T^ 2 K n" + ; cstr. yfy Ez 2 2 25 (but v. infr.); *sf. ilfp iKi6 M 2 K 15"; — con- spiracy 2 S 15 12 ; as ace. cogn. c. "Wfi> 1 K 16 20 2 K 12 2 ' I4 19 =2 Ch 25 w , 2 K i5 16S0 ; KSD?1 'p yttfna 2 K 17 4 , '131 b»N3 'p KXD3 J e h 9 ; as exclam. 2 K 1 1 ,414 = 2 Ch 23' 3 ■", Is8 1212 (Gr Lag Che Comm. Gu K. UaL {^p or gqpj. Rt^m T ^j Ez 2 25 , < rd. rpff^P? "f^S Co Toy Krae al. (after ®). T G^EJp n.[m.] pi. bands, sashes, or other woman's ornament that is bound on : — abs. 'p IS3 20 ; sf. n^tfp Je 2 32 (|| HHV ; cfVPi. IS49 18 ). I. ttf'ttfp (Vo{ foil.; cf. ZW&Qbeold (orig. be driedupl), Syr. «s 6e old; JAram. B^p oW ; Palm. NB"B>p name of office, perh. elder; NH tPp s<«We, s<raw> (Low"- 160 ), so Syr. U», J K$>p (Ex 15' Is 40 24 ); Ar. ^^Ji is loan-word Fra 137 ). tttjp n.m. N,11 ° stubble, chaff; — abs. 'p Ex 5 12 +, B^iJ. 15 7 ; — lit. as ace. cogn. 'P B>^p!> 151?? Ex 5 12 (J); in sim., as inflammable, 15' Is 5 M 47 14 Na i 10 Jo 2 s , so in metaph. Is 33 11 Ob l8 Mai 3 19 ; in sim., as driven by wind Is 40 24 4 1 2 Je 1 3 24 f 83 14 ; fig. of the worthless Jb 13 25 , of harmless trifles 41 2021 . T[ttJtt>p]vb.deiioin.P6'. gather stubble; — Pf. 3 pi. consec. Wfpl Ex 5 7 ; Inf. cstr. £ i :??i' v 1J ; Pt. tfvpo Nu 15** f. ne'e'PD 1 k 17 1012 ; — gather stubble, c. ace. cogn. E^P Ex 5 12 (I^PI?); also c. ace. ??n v 7 (both J) ; c. ace. D'SJJ as firewood Nu 15"* (P), i K 17"" 2 . tH. [tf'l^'p] doubtful vb., only Qal Imv. + Hithpo'./«i«., ! itsnpi WBnpnn z P 2'; AV RV gather yourselves together, yea gather together, from foregoing (cf. Vrss), but this only denom. in specif, mng. gather stubble, sticks, etc.; read prob.with GrBu 8K18n396 al. WU1 WB»i3Tin. tn©)3 n.f.°° 9 -" (appar. m. 2 S i 22 but v. Albr 2Aw«i(is»»«ij !;„„ ^ orig y per h. ^ mng . unknown; NH id.; As. kastu; Eth. •fft'T': ntrp nan At. J.JS, pi. ^_5, ^_.i, etc.; $ KJ^i? and (t3 for n after p) XBtfhp (rare), all bow, NH^p bowman ; Syr. |&^»i» 6ow, )^*i> bowman; OAram. Tlt^p bow, Mand. KQBO (Frit 206 ); Palm. NDB>p 6ow- wian);— abs. 'p Hoi ; +, nB>p T Je46 9 + ; cstr. DB'p Hoi s +; sf. 'Wit Gn 48" + , etc.; pi. abs. rri'nt?p 2 Ch 26"+; 'sf. Wh#j? (Ges' Mh ) Is 5 28 , Drnnt^p Jesi 66 ^ 3 7 IS , on'nh^p Ne4 7 (vnne>p_ etc., van d. H. [exc. ^37'*]); — 1. bow : a. for hunting Gn 27 s (J jV^). b. battle : + (or || ) 3nn, Gn 48 s2 Jos 24^ (both E), Ho i 7 2 20 iSi8 4 (+ Wn), 2 S i 25 2 K 6 K Is 41 2 Ne 4 7 (+ DWJB1), Zc p 13 (fig. of Judah as s bow), ^37 15 (fig-). 44 7 ( + or || 3in a l S o infr.); + (or ||) D'SPl Is 7" 2 K i 3 151i Ez 39 3 - 9 1 Ch i2 2a ; cf. / P , B^3 ^76 4 =arrow ( + 3J5] fJD) so ? '3 Jb 4 1 20 (cf. La 3" Jb 5 7 ); + n-ari j, 4 6 10 , + jiT? Je 6 a 50 42 ; + various weapons Ne 4'° 2 Ch 26 14 ; alone Is 13" (context corrupt), 2 2 3 Je 5i M Hb 3 9 (of '■> as warrior); TVOrtyQ 'p Zc 9 10 io 4 ; in sim. rVD"l 'p| Me a 6cw of deception Ho 7" I 78 s7 (i.e. one that misses its aim; al. slack bow). c. 'p coll. = bow(-men), archers Is 2 1 17 . d. phrases are : 'P? CBW DniQn 1 8 3 1 3 archers, bowmen (but dub. ; Dr Kit Lohr tr., 'Bn 'H ; We Bu del. % as || 1 Ch io 3 ; HPS Now del. "pa 'K), 'pa BnJttn i Ch io 3 ; f *inDD Gn 21" (v. [nnc]), 'p HD-l J e 4 » c f. perh. Gn 2i 21 v. ntfp, 11 'p 'E^a (v. 11. ptw) 1 Ch i2 2b 2 Ch 17' 7 , 'p ifn M + 78 s ; 'pn fe*h Am 2" one grasping the bow, (v. Je 46' infr.) v. also 'p3 IT N;>D 2 K 9 24 , 'pn-by ff B 33-in 13 >«; 'p ^yj fotf (lit. tread) the bow, Is 5 W (pt. pass), 2 1 16 (id. ; || 2"in), Je 50' 429 51 3 1 Ch 5 1S 8 40 2 Ch 14 7 ; V 37" (|| 3-i.n), in fig. 11 2 (|| yn), and, of God, La2 4 3' 2 ^7 15 (||nnn); 'p *art*i tt* j e4 6 9 ; cf. (fig.) MB'g DrttfirnK wWi je 9 2 ; also nnrai n^na 'p ^ i8 35 = 2 s'2 2 35 '(rd. rtpqaj for nrw> ; ' 'p3 -JW draw <Ae 6ow> 1 K 22 s4 == 2 Ch I8 33 , Is 66' 9 . e. 6<nc (passing over into) fig. of might, Gn 49 s4 (poem), 1S2 4 Ho i 5 Je 49 s5 Jb 29 20 (cf. f 37 ,s , b. supr.). f. HffclJ 'p fig. of divine judgment Jb 20 24 (|| bj"]| pBO). 2. rainbow: DtWri DV3 |JJ)3 HIT. 1B« 'pn njODB Ezi 28 ; Gn 9 1314 - 16 (P)!— nninp ja ' ne^b io«>] nfp T 2 Si 18 is corrupt; ® al.om.; WeNow think misplaced gloss on v 6 ; v. further HPS. TPUJp 11. m. bowman (si vera 1.); — '[W P i"!?" 1 Gn2i 20 and he became, growing up, a bowman; but 'l then superfluous (om. ®), after ?J$*1 v a ; Kn Di T#p r rai (='p HDi J e 4 20 , which Ball reads here), cf. Holz Gunk.