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

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I ReS, 20th letter; =200 in postB.Heb. HN"I Dt 14 13 textual error; v. n&n. T T ^ ? T T (IK "I vb. see (NH id.; N1N1 MI 4 , yton T t 1315 l 7 , cf. iyi spectacle I 12 ; Sab. 'NT see, expect, DHM i» AmM .. An Jj- ^ so Eth _ Cn(: 3! V}, K1*l human appearance, features, etc. (cf. Heb. "SO 2));— Qal n<1 Pf. 3 ms. '- Gn29 ,0 4-,sf.1NTconsec.Ex4 14 ,^nN-i2K2 12 + ;

f B . nren Gn 38", sf. inj*n Jb 42 s ; 2 ms. 85R 

Gn2O 10 + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. HST 22*+, juss. «•>: Gn 4i ;o (Baer Gi, Ges )7,i ' , ' hh Ko'- 561 ; van d. H. «rjl), KT Ex 5 2 ' + , KT1 Gn i8 2 + (i S 19 20 read pi. © Comm., i.e. N"W Dr'"" 1 "), sf. '^TJ! EX33 20 , "^T- 2S1 7 ; 3 fs. nyin Lv2o' 7 Jhzj*, joss. tTjn Mi 7 10 Zc 9 6 (BaerGi, cf. GesKo supr. ; van d. H. Kyi), torn Gn 3 6 + ; is. nKTN 21"+,

  • ~fc 31'°+, etc.; Imv. nNl 2^ + , etc.; /n/.

abs. HNT Ex 3 7 + , to 1 ? Gn 26 28 Is6 9 ; cstr. nk"l Gn48 11 ,nitn Exio 28 +, njNT Ez28 17 , etc.; Pt. act. HNi Gn i 3 15 + , etc.; pass. TlViO (BaerGi; van d. H. ntoO) : _l. a . see, subj." IS, DJ^f, c. ace. pers. Is 6 5 30 20 Je 42 2 + 5 t. Jb Pr ; subj. pers., c. ace. pers. Gn I2 1215 + 0'* 1 ?! 'BiS 23", rd. -Tiron © Th We al. [not HPS]); ^ 16 13 (pt. sf., cf. ^jft 'ti 1N3 v 14 , p. 91 supr.); ace. of God 32 31 (D^S-^ D^S); ace. pers. om. 18 2 io' + ; c. ace. M? 3 i 2 46 30 48 11 Ex 33 20 , opp. ^SPIK v 23 ; c. ace. 'P.S specif, of having access to man of rank Gn43 35 + (v. ['13S] 2 b). b. see, c. ace. rei : subj. PS?, D^Jf Jos 24' (E) 1 S 2 4" (van d.H. Baer; v 10 Gi), Dt 3 21 + 5 t. Dt, + ; nj*^7? Wjr™ 1^1 Je 3 2 4 , cf. 3 4 3 ; ace. om. 2 S 24 3 Dt 2i 7 + 9 t. (nte$ iS 6 13 rd. , WC$? ©We DrKitBuHPSNow); subj. pers. Gn 13" 31" + very oft. ; c. ace. cogn. nN"lD Ex 3 s + 7 1., nN"!0 Dnio 7 - 78 , ptn 8' 5 , nij'in J 3 >; hence see abs'.= nan

n«i receive revelation, Is 30 10 (|| ntn), cf. Ez 1 3' and v. 1. nK 1 ! ; c.acc. HJ1P, v. 'y, p. 788 f.; see war, i.e. see it impending Ex 1 3 17 (E) ; roiprrnx * DH^rrntn 20 19 (Gi v 15 ); t^f*? Wi Ec 7" those who see the s«w=living men ; ace. rei om. Ex

2» 2Si3 6 + , ftna HS-W Dn8 22 (abs.); W£ *& 

«T tib) Ne4 5 ; IttA ♦'flf Is 32 s , BHjh Dipt? Jb

26 ; c. adv. or adv. phr. instead of ace. rei: 

™n? Gn 4 1 19 cf. Is 66", Ez i 27 - 27 , W3 2 K 2" Ch 2 9 9 30 7 Jb4 8 Ezi6 M Dm 13 , W+4&- 2. see, sq. ace. + cl. or phr. of closer design. : (1) + epex. cl. c. 'S, ace. pers. Gn 6 2 saw them that they were fair, 1 2 4 (both J), Ex 2 s 32 s5 (both E),

K ii 28 , ace. of face + «Z. Gn3i 5 (E), Ex 34" 

(P); ace. rei Gn 49^ (poem), Is 22' Gn i 4 (P), Ec 2 24 4* and prob. 2 K 14 26 (rdg. WH np '"?); (a)Tgfl ^ «?^| ^ 2S20"; (3)+adj. (incl. pt.), ace. pers. Gn 7 1 (J), Am 9 1 2 S 18 10 + 39 t. (Je 46 s del. 'n © Gie), +acc. "f^ Ex I4 ,313 (J); ace. rei, + Ex 23 s 33'° (both E), Dt

4 Ez 3 3 3 - 6 Dn I 10 8 4 - 67 ; +(4) + "P, ace. rei 

Nui3 l8 (JE), Hg2 3 ; t(s) +prep. phr., ace. pers. Ex 5 19 (J), ZC4 10 Ec 10 7 Est 5'; ace. rei -Vri333 Hg2 3 , + 3 pers. Je 23 1314 , +3 pers. Ju 9 36 , 3 rei 2 S 18 27 ; (6) ace. pers. + adv. ace. + 3 pers. Je 30". 3. see, so as to learn to know: c. ace. pers. Dt 33 s (p , ?n, yT); c.acc. reiDti 1 '- 31 ll 2 Jbli"(||VT),^i6 ,0 4 9 ,0 ;=:have experience of, Je 5 12 14 13 20 18 42 14 Zp 3 15 yfr&g* 9 Ec 5 17 , ntn wvt vj/jjs njg> Ec 8 16 ; n^i np Gn

10 i.e. what hast thou encountered, that . . .1 

Bacher ZAW xl1 (189U *" "■ '■ Termlno1 - ,TT 4. abs. see, have (power of) vision, Gn27 a (J), 48 10 (E), 1 S 3 2 4 15 1 K 14 4 , miraculous 2 K 6 1717 - 20 - 20 ; denied of idols Dt4 28 >//ii5 5 135 16 ; %• of spiritual vision Is6 10 29' 8 42 18 44 18 Je 5 21 Dt 29 s Ez 1 2 22 + 40 13 6 9 24 ; ntn |5| Pr 20 12 .— 1 S 14 27 rd. Qr v. niX. 5. se«=perceive : a. sq. cl. c. , 3,Ex3 4 8 n Gni 10 - ,2 + oft.(iS23 15 rd.NinancZ /te/earedWeDrKitBuHPSNow); om."3 (late) tLai 10 V'49 11 Ec3 16 ; sq. np of indirect question Gn2 19 (J), 37" (E), Ju</ 8 Dt 3 2 20 Je7 ,7 33 24 Ez 8 6 Jon 4 5 + ; np? Ju 1 6 5 cf. 1 S 1 4 3s , np? Zc 2 ^35 17 ; sq.'P of indirect question iSi4 17 Is40 26 La 2 20 ( + np , 3H); sq . 'N* 1 S 26 16 , tiS<% 2 K 6 13 , rHt% Je3 2 ; sq. cl. c. H whether, Gn 8 8 18 21 Nu 1 j 23 ' (all J), Ex 4 18 (E),> 14 2 53* Ct 6 llb Est 3 4 , DX whether Je 3 o 6 Lai 12 + 139" Ct 7 13 , IB* that or how 1 S i8 15 , H? Ec 2 3 , f that v 13 , f 3 18 . b. c. ace. ft??? nix Gn 42 21 (i.e. saw it by out- ward signs), cf. Ho 5 13 . [Note, under 5 (rarely in other cases, and only SKJe), +Imv.+5>T Imv.: ntoi in iS24 12 2S24 13 1K20"; **? T!

S 25 17 Je 2"; IK"]* V] 1 S i2 17 14 38 23 s2 1 K 

20' 2 K 5'; in reverse order, W|1 Wj 1 S 23 23 Je 5'.] 6. look at, see, by direct volition : a. subj. men, c. ace. rei, Gn 9 2223 (J), 42 9I2 (E), Lvi3' 1is + ; c.acc. of land = reconnoitre Jos 2 1 ; look at sun, etc., for worship tDt4 19 Jb3i 26 ; = inspect 1 K 9" Lv I4* U, J c. ace. pers. Nu 24 2021 (JE), Ex 2 K Lv 13** (all P), 1 S 9" + , (1 S 19 13 HPS prop. rV3-^ for nisob); c. prep. iXi i-inx 'n Gn 16 13 (J) / have looked after one seeing me (interpr. v. Di). b. subj. God, c. ace. rei Gn9 16 (P); = inspect n 5 (J); look at with favour, ace. pers. Jb 37 24 ^ 138 6 ; so perh. fig., subj. man, regard, c. ace. J1X ^66 18 (Hup-Now; _ Che Bae Dr al. intend) ; look with pleasure (ace. om., + !P by reason of, as a fruit of) IS53 11 (si vera 1. ; ins. acc.iix © Houb Klo Du Che Hpt Kit [perh.], with Hiph. r*(tV ©DuChe" 1 *, rescues from travail his soul, makes it see light). C. without ace, look, take a look, etc. (of man and God ; oft. + n?.™), Gn 8 13 18 2 Ex 3 2 Lv 13 8 La 3 s0 (IP loc), Gn 13 14 (IP loc. + n loc.), Dt 3" Ez 4 o 4 44 5 (all T?8¥)i + oft.; peculiarly, f$9

  • fW l?1 *)? Ju 7 17 (cf. GFM). d. look after,

see after, learn about, c. ace. rei Gn 37 14 (J), c. ace. pers. = visit (go to see) 1 S 1 5 s5 20 29 2 S 1 3 M 2 K 8*= 2 Ch 2 2 6 , 2 K 9 16 , cf. Ez 20 28 , "NT N Jb 7 8 (Di Bu al.). e. observe, watch, abs., 1 S 6 9.ie j ^28 j; c gie ^|j y n ^ f_ i 00 k U pon= endure to see, c. ace. rei Hb i 13 (|| B'an). g. look out, find out, ace. pers. 2 K 9 2 , Gn 4 1 33 (E), + b pers. 1 S 1 6 17 ; select, ace. pers. + IP from among 2 K io 3 , + 3 among + b pers. 1 S 16 1 ; provide, fur- nish, c. ace. rei Dt 33 21 (poem), + b pers. Gn 22 8 (E), cf. abs. nK-i? " as n.pr.loc.= / seeth v"*(E;

read nXT, cf. v b , Nipb. and Di); rri'Nl Est 2 9 

looked out = suitable (as oft. NH). h. look at = concern oneself about, ace. rei ( + tV3) Gn 39 23 (J). 7. of mental observation : a. Imv. see ! observe ! consider ! exclam. (nearly = ^ '?.^ , ), sq. cl. : Gn 2 7 27 3 i M «ee .' God is witness 39 14 41 41 EX4 21 Dti 8 +; sq. nom. independ.

S 2 4 M (|| 1 Ch 2 1 23 sq. cl.). b. look at, i.e. 

inquire into, a matter, ace. rei om., of 1 S 24 l6 (Gi v 15 ). c. give attention to, ace. rei, Je2 31 , abs. give attention I 2 S 13 28 2 K 6 32 Ex 25 411 1^45"; take heed to, ace. rei, 1 K i2 16 =2 Chio 16 ; abs. take heed! Exio 10 , +1? 2 K io 23 . d. discern, npsn 1 "lb Ec I 16 , 31D 'l 3 13 . e. dis- tinguish, c. ? • • • p? of pers. Mai 3 18 . f . consider, reflect, Ec7 14 (sq.cl.orat. rect.). t8.a. c.3, lit., look into, hence look at with interest (Germ. HN-I

n»i 'sich vertiefen in'): (i) gaze at i S 6 19 (on context v. We Dr HPS), so as to become acquainted with Gn 34 1 (P); so as to find out Ec 3 a ; inspect liver (for omens) Ez 21 26 ; some- what weakened = behold Jb 3' 2 Ch 7 3 ^ 64 s . (2) look at with kindness, helpfulness, of '?}0 Gn 29=° 1S1" ( + inf. abs.), 2 S i6 12 , IS? ^106". (3) upon a spectacle causing anger Ex2 n (E), grief Gn 2 i 16 (E), 44 s4 Nun 15 (both J), 2 K 22 20 (subj. Q:r»)= 2 Ch 3 4 28 , Est 8 66 , abhorrence Is 66 24 . (4) gaze at with appre- hension Ecu 4 . (5) with joy, pleasure, 2 K io 16 Mi 7» Je 2 9 32 Is 52 s (H8| fit, cf. Niph. Nu 14"), Jb 20 17 33 s8 f 54 9 106 5 128 5 Ct 3" 6"' Ec 2 1 . (6) esp. with exultation, triumph = feast eyes upon, sts. gloat over (fallen enemies), JU16 27 Mi 7'° EZ28 17 Ob I2I3 V'22 ,9 ii2 8 ii8 7 . b. c. b* pers. IS17 7 (subj. t>)?y ; || $S *W); by pers.' Ex 5 21 (J); B$3$!p8 *1 Exi 16 v. [f3>] and Comm., also Spiegelb 2A,1I < ,UMlM0, - 269ff '. ' c. c. b, 33^ 'r mmj o;rj?^ "v oypj i s 16 7 , '? tejrnNT ^64".— Corrupt is D^n "lins *SjV? 1 Ch 17 17 (and 1| DlNn tifm TIWa S 7 19 ), read ♦a»"JB! (with other changes) WeDr KauBuHPS Now ; Ez 1 2 12 read prob. Niph. @ Hi Co Krae ; Mi 6 9 read prob. fWCV c f. Now GASm. Miph. Pf. 3 ms. nKTJ Gn 4 8 3 + , etc.; 7ot;>/. 3 ms. T9fl> Gn22 14 + , juss. KT. Ex 3 4 3 Lv9 6 , N-J»1 Gni2 7 + ; 1 s. JONJ Ex 6 3 , etc.; Imv. ms. ntOn t K 18 1 ; Inf.cstr. ni*qni> lSl7 17 +, niK"£ Is i ,2 + 2 t., ilNin J u ij 21 1 S 3 21 , etc.; — 1. appear, esp. a. of '♦ (God): c. b« pers. Gn 1 2" + 6 t. J, Gn 3 5' (E), v 9 48 s Ex 6 3 (*& b$3, 3 essent.), Lv g 4 (all P), 1 K 3 5 9 2!! = 2 Ch 7 12 ,'i K 11 9 ; c. b pers. Je 31 3 2 Ch i 7 3 1 (ins. '•> ® Kau Kit); abs. Gn 22 14 in the mt. where '* appeareth (prob., Di Sta 01 ' 4so D] .H M t.DB.i.«B. E ^ N U14 »(JE; |3| py, v. IS52 8 Qal 8 a (5)), Lv i6=(P; 3 loe + 7y),

S3 21 (3 loc), aSaa" (nrnwfai-, <irja || ^ 
8"), +5 t.; of mbh, c. b» pers. Ex 3 2 (E), 

Jui 3 21 ; of" 1 lb?; c3Kpers.Lv9 6:o Nui4 10 (3 loc), 16 19 20" (all P), Ju 6 ,J 13 3 ; by pers. Is 60 5 ; abs. Exi6 10 (3 loc), Nui7 7 (both P). b. appear, of man,=present oneself: c. ?K pers. Gn46 29 (J), Jui 3 10 1K18 12 " Lvi 3 « 19 , 'b« of God f 84 s (3 loc), pxn verbx EX23 17 (E); abs. Is 1 6" (del. as dittogr. Lo Du Che , "" Marti al.); esp. (Mass.) sq. "3?("nK) of rendered appear before '<: so HKlil 1 S l B , rWV Ex 34 s3 (JE), Dtia 10 , TVfyg f 4 2», wv Exa3 u (E), 34 50 (JE), Dt 16", nW). 1 ? Ex 34 24 (JE), Dt 31 11 Is i 12 ; read prob. in all Qal (v. [TOB] II. 2). c. appear, of things : late (Hex only P), abs. Gn i 9 8 s , c. 3 loc. 9 14 Lvi3 14S7 ; elsewhere poet.

  • i8 16 =2 S 22 16 , f 90 16 Pr 27* (of Kff), Ct 2"

(3 loc; of blossoms); subj. Dn'tOD Dn i ls ( + adj. pred.), Y*(+VJ$ft; subj. frn, c. b* pers. Dn8 M ; subj. JM3 LV14 35 (c. 7 pers.). 2. be seen: a. subj. rei, iKio l2 =2Ch9 u (where Dn? subj.) Ez 19", of sins ai^fll nii>an), subj. nwi J u 19 30 , J3K3 etc. Ez io 1 . b. subj. pers. 2 S I7 17 ( + "w) be seen to come. c. be «««i=occur 2 K 23 s4 (3 loc); =exist, + b pers. Ex 13" (JE), Dt 16 4 , cf. Ez io 9 ; = be present, + 3 loc Ju 5 8 Ex 34 3 (JE). 3. be visible, Ex 33 s3 (JE ; subj. V« f aC e), nan? J3K f'K 1 K 6 18 , 8 88 = 2 Ch 5 9 - 9 , Je 13 s6 Is 47 3 '. ' tPu. Pf. 3 pi. *n tib vntasy Jb 33 21 (Baer Gi ; d. f. Ki Kb 1 - 41 ' 663 ',MappikGes 5Ud ; vand.H.IK^.appar. his bones are not seen, detected; De which were (formerly) not seen; Di are insignificant ('un- scheinbar '), so Bae ; prob. corrupt, Bu AM , Du del. as doublet. I Hithp. recipr. look at each other: Impf. 2 mpl. *tOnn nQ^ Gn 42 1 (E); techn. 3 mpLD^S **$$ 2 K'i4 u = 2 Ch *e?and they looked each other in the face, i.e. met in combat, so 1 pi. 'B nK"in3 2 K i 4 8 =2 Ch 25 17 , cf. (perhaps) 2 K 23 s9 , where Wkl Benz conj. ins nisqnn? (or Nipt, ins rrttcirja) for MT ins into?. ' Hiph. e2 Pf 3 ms. rwnn'Gn 4i M +, sf. 'HP?! Am 7' + , *xrm Ez ii 25 , X*ff Dt5"' Ju 1 3 s3 , WfRJ Dt 4 M ; Ts.WN-!mNa3 5 (Ges 3 ' > ), sf. TO^IO Dt 3 4 4 , DWNin Is 39 4 cf. || 2 K 20 15 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. HKT I 8 30 30 , N1?l 2 K n 4 , sf. *WT Nu 2 3 3 + 59" 5 ' s - sf - WV Gn 1 2 1 + , etc.; Imv. ms. sf. 'HH^ EX33 18 , etc.; Inf.cstr. niN-in Dt 3 24 + , sf. na'niK-in Ez 40 4 , D?n«n^ Dt r^.etc; P<. ns-ip Ex25 9 'Ez 4 o 4 ;— l.'a. cause one <o «ee something, sheio : (1) subj. man, c. ace. pers. + rei, Nu i3 26b (JE), Ju i 242S 2 K

13.I3.15_J S 39 2.2.4 +4 t> ac( , j. e J om _ Ez 40 4 

Est 4 8 , ace refl. iE'B3 + acc rei Ec 2 24 ; ««T 'P 3it3 ^4') acc - pers. om., = exhibit Est i 4 ; c 2 ace. pers. Ju 4 22 2 K 11*. (2) especially subj. *• (God), c. ace pers. + rei, Gui2* Ex 9 16 (both J), Gn 4 i 28 48" (both E), Ex 33 18 Dt 34'" (both JE), Dt 3 24 4 36 5 2 ' Jos 5 6 (D), Ex 25' (P), Ju 1 3 s3 + 5 t. + (of revelation to prophets) Nu 23 3 (JE), Je 38 21 Ez n 25 , also, c. ace. rei cogn., Nu 8 4 (P), ace. rei om. Dt 34 4 (JE), ace pers. om.= exhibit, Is 30 30 ; of visions, subj., c. ace. pers. + na Am 7 1 - 4 - 7 8 1 , +Tf N : ? Ex 27 s (P), c. aco. pers. only=caw«e to see [a vision] Je 24'; c. 2 ace. pers. + appos. 2K8", ace pers. + cl. c '3 v 10 . (3) subj. angel, ace pers. n«1 909 + rei, of revelation to prophet Zc2 s 3 1 ; ace. pers. + d. c. TO Zc i 9 . b. cause to experience something, c. ace. pers. + rei, subj . Hb i 3 f 6o 5 7 I 85 s . f2. cause to look intently at, to behold, c. ace. pers. + 3 rei (cf. Qal 8), subj. a. cause to gaze at, with joy f 50 23 9 1 > 6 . b. in exultation, cause to feast one's eyes upon, fallen enemies * 59 n (cf. MP). c . in weakened sense, cause to behold Dt 1 » (cf. Dr). t Hoph. 1. be caused to see, be shewn: Pf. 2 ras. n*K"in subj. man, ace. rei, Ex 26 s0 (P; 3 loc.); 'so pi n ?"]02 5 1 »(P; aloe.); sq.imV? T^ riSOn nntC Dt 4 So . 2. be exhibited to, subj. rei, ace. pers., Pf. 3 ms. consec. iDSnTIK Pianni Lv I3 49 (P). ' t'" 1 ^] ad J- seeing, assumed by Thes al. to explain cstr. *$$ ntOI Jb io 15 , but improb.; Mass. appar. intended Imv. (unsuitable); Ew al. nxi] ; Di Bu Du (after Lag Gei) *$) HJ1 drenclud (i. e. sated) with affliction. fl. Pfcn n.[m.] seer, c. art. **BJ (exc. 2 S 1 5 s7 ) ;— old name for ^33 1 S 9 9b , used of Sam. Q a 11 IO in t r m . .29. fn. [nNntt] n.f. mirror ( 80 Vrss; as place, or instrument, of seeing (oneself))-— pi cstr. nK3»rn my Ex 3 8 8 (P) the mirrors of the serving-women (v. Di). n *P®m a -»- E "' 3 sight, appearance, v 18 •" and (as archaism) 1 Ch o 22 26" 21 of '?jn 2 Chid' 10 ; nKi-in appar. of Zadok 2 S 15 27 , but crpt.(conj. in We Dr); pi. ( c . prep.) D ^W Is 30 10 the seers, as a class. f 11. PINT n.[m.] prophetic vision 13 WB> Is 28 7 iAey r«e/ in (their) «wk (|| njWfi *pa). fin. riN^ n.pr.m. 1 Ch 2 52 , v. PPX") i n fr. tn^l Ez 28 v. Vqal Inf., and 8 a (6). TJ-VIN-) n.f. look;— cstr. WJ? WT] Ec 5 10 Qr (Kt JTtO). t 1*"] a.m. mirror ;— p«e '13 Jb 3 7< 8 (sim.).

  • , *£) n.[m.] looking, seeing, sight;— 1.

seeing, "1 b* Gni6 13 ' a God of seeing (=who sees). 2. appearance ( = nsnp) ; *jjh aio j S 16 12 ; "KTO Jb 33 2 ' without (healthy,' fair) aj 9- jMatWWC. 3. «y/,«, (warning-) «p«tao&, "Ki3 Na 3 6 .— 'n Gn i6 13b Jb 7 8 is Qal i>*. s f. ' A: rCNI v. JTIK-). fi. n^1Q n.f. vision, as means of revela- tion : 'd abs. Nu 1 2 6 (E), 1 S 3 ' 3 Dn io' 6 , as ace. cogn. v- 8 ; appar. pi. abs. nitOO Ez 43 3 but rd. 33nn mrjO © Co Berthol Siegf Krae, or del. Toy Krae (as altern.); cstr. njJRI niKTO Gn

6 2 (E), mpfc riisnD Ez i 1 8 3 4 oV 

vision;— 'o abs. Gn 1 2"+; cstr. PINTO Dt 28 34 + • stVTSTO Jo2< + , ™TO Lvi^ + jappar.pl.cstr! "TO Eci,»(Ko- '•»*), sf.( P rob.in fact sg. Ges M ") WJB Ct2»», ?™-,D W +I etc.*_I! t a. si^<, phenomenon, spectacle Ex 3 s (J), b. appearance 13 j> TOnj Gn 2 9 (J) (Wota ,„ ^l pommo, '»S #IJ J os 22'"; a^eararcce of man (or woman), Jui 3 ™ (angel), Is 5 2 "(servant of /), Ct 5 15 Dn 8" io' 8 ; = outward person (opp inner man) 1 S 16 7 ; visible form Ct 2 1414 Dn i' 3 -' 3 -'*; '»3 Nu I2 8 (E; so rd. SamOSSDi, ior MT .1*f»), i. e . i n personal presence ( < Ew Pat H ""C3 »6); WNTO D'CKD ntO03 J 2 *. of crocod. Jb 4 i 2 ; * 1133 'D Ex 2 4 ' 7 (P) Man 'D Lvi 3 3 , B^Tto Nu 9 > 3 « P73 'D Dn lo' + r^sp. Ez a^peararece pers. vel rei (27 t., sts. redun- dant), i 5 - 13 - 26 8 2 io l + , nn;j 'so ! ™ g2 /|j vantso)- of beauty HNnp 0^ / a! > of appearance Qnj} (J ; +"*h-hSD, cf. 1 S i 7 « (rd. D^y r q . v .] for DV); fern. HW (,1^N) Gn 12" (j), 20'" (E- + -.Nn ns;), , s i 4 27 ; f kine 'e(n) nto Gn 4 1 " ( E ), opp. 'Q(r) nil?-; v 3 - 4 , n f.TNip v 21 (all E); of women also "O D3b Gn 2 4 16 26 ; (both J), 2 S 11 s Est 1" 2 37 , "D Di3iD 2 2 ; of boys 'D »Jto Dn i 4 , cf. ' D alone in «Tpm 1ri6 (of suffering servant of ) Is 5 3 2 ; 'd' ^'K 2 g 23 21 (but rd. as || 1 Ch 1 1 23 nTO B"« We Dr al.). tc. appearance, sight, vision Nu 8 4 (P). f2 in gen. what is seen, I^Jf '» I s r x 3 Lfc what hi ' s outward eyes see (cf. 1 S 16 7 1 b), rjWJ 'ob Ez2 3 16 , nx-in T^K }j^ / D Dt2 8 34 - 6 '"'D-b^ I03n W Lv 13' 2 (Pj. +3. specif, a (supernat.) w«ow (in Ez Dn ; oft. ace. cogn. c. rnr) : Ez 8 4 1 1* 43 3 - 3 - 3 , rd. also a?}!! HKlp v 3 (for niNTO v 1. ^TO supr.); 'B3 lx * ; Bn 8 16 - 2 ' o 23 io 1 '-" 'n W 3 ^7 8 M - +*• ««rA«, ««o«=powep of seemg (and enjoying), late : D'ry 'D Ec 6 9 S» trrW n.pr.m. (rd. rt^i ', gee «A);- officer, Jeremiah's time, Je 37"", 2 apo wa( t ). t rPMTI n.pr.m. (A Aa<A gem ) ; _!. Judaite I Ch 4 2 (PaSa, A P«a, ©L P f aa), = in. HNin 2 «  (crpt. ; Ai», A Apaa). 2. Reubenite I Ch ^ s > a ' ®L Pa«a. 3. post-ex. name Ezr 2 < 7 (P«,X, A ©L Pa,a) = Ne 7 50 ( Para , A ©L Paa.a) [1] EWl

corner, i.e. most conspicuous stone (fig-); = tip, end, of staves I K 8 s = 2 Ch 5', of sceptre Est 5'% b. height of stars Jb 2 2 '= (|| D^tf wl). 3. 171 a. head = c/we/ (man) Ju 10 18 il 8 ' 11 Ex 18 25 (E),Nui 16 (P),Dti 15 Ho2 2 Mi3 1 + oft.; appar. combined with idea of first in a series I Ch 1 2 10 (van d. H. v 9 , series of 1 1); of God 2 Ch 13 12 . tb. = chief (city) Jos 1 1 10 (D), cf. (of city and king) Is 7 88,99 . tc. c/ii'e/ nation Je 31 7 . td. — chief (place, position) 1 S o 22 1 K 2 I 912 Dt 20 9

Ch 4 42 (cf. also 5). e. twin jnb chief ■priest 
K 25 18 = Je 52 2  2 Ch 19 11 24 11 26 20 , tftfi jn'an 

1 Ch 27 s , "in 'an 2Ch3i 10 Ezr7 s ; *1 alone 2Ch24 6 ; D^n'an W) Neia T . f. esp.=/iea<Z of a family (PChr); rPJ -p»1 (rare OKI) (D)ni3N Ex 6 14 Nu 7 2 17 18 J0S22 14 1CI15 24 7 79 ; rvatxn n-a 1 v 40 ; vnas n<3b 'n Nu i 4 , cf. i Ch 5 is.s4 * 2 9 i3 24 4 . agrpg hiDN'T Nu 25"; ni3^ 1 ttjjn 3 1 -« c f. 3 2=* Jos 1 4 1 2 1 ' ; a^yn nbs 'n Ex'6 25 Jos 2I 1 ; D^b n.3R(n) "1 1 ChQ 5334 i5 ,2 ,cf. Nu 36' Jos 1 9 51 1 Ch 8 6 ' 1;,T 2 3 9 - 24 + 1 o t. Chr. ; abs. '- hi3X(n) i Ch 8 1028 9 9 26 32 27 1 2 Ch i 2 + 8 t.Ezr Ne(Chr); B$*p$|*l Ezr8'; rfa$ D'twq Ne 11"; so also 'l alone r Ch 5 7 ' 2 7 3 8 28 + ; appar. combined with idea of first in a series 23" (series of 3), v 11 (of 4), v 19 (of 3), v 20 (of 2). t4. a. head=front, leader's place Mi 2 13 2 Ch 20 27 , cf. Am 6 7 . b. of time, beginning, of night-watch Ju 7 19 La 2 19 ; abs. t!>t<"IO from the beginning Is40 2l 4i 4M (II Q, ??f"?)> 48 16 Pr8 23 (|| OJ^B), Ec 3 11 (II ^iD-iy); first of months Ex 12 2 (|| |Wrj), Nu io 10 28" (all P); 6^13 i Ch 16 7 at first. C. of things, lister-heads Gn 2 10 (J); bn nhsy ~l TrS x . 5. c/ii'e/, choicest, best, of spices, (D^OBO, Ez 2 7 22 Ex3o 23 (P), Ct4 14 ; , JinDfc' 1 ^ i37 6 </te choicest of my joy. t6. head = division of army, company, band : J U 7 1620 g 34 - 37 - 43 - 44 - 44 I S 1 1" 13i7.17.ls.l8 j|, jl7 y = «mm, esp. in phr. 'bf^ 'TDK KBO Ex 3 o 12 take the sum of, enumerate, cf. Nu i 249 4 222 26 s 3I m.49 ; i^-13 Lv 5 24 in its sum, i.e. in full, so Nu5 7 (all P); of v s thoughts fisg v ; cf. nCN T13T B'ST no 160 . 8. other phr. are : 'a'iyto-'nK nfoi v. Nfe*j Qai x b (2); Hptfi tan; ' yirfr y ^ 27", T?Wi d*T9 "• 3 4 (f no 7 140 10 v. DP) ; «Aa£e <A« head, v. JW Hiph., cf. VJJ Vj'N-ia Je 8 16 , B*N"i Tl3Df44 15 ; tWOS TfJJ |IJJ # i.e. requite, v. |fU Qal 2 b ad fin.; ^C3 SB* '13 Ob 15 , cf. iiV 7" i K 2 33 (sub »J 2 i), and (c. T^J?) Estg 25 , twos njn 3'e>n j U9 57 i S25 39 1 K 2 44 , cf. Jo 4 4 - 7 ; 1 K 2 32 (sub D1 2 i), cf. Ne 3 s6 (DE^-r^S), v. also 2 S 3 s9 sub I. »l 3 ; see, further, 01 2 i; Dm l0 v. 3in Pi. I" [nttJSl] n.f. beginning-time, early- time ;— pi. sf. DaT^N"! Ez 36 11 (cf. Vth 4 b). tnttKO n.f. top ;— appos. ^n }3Kn Zc 4 7 i.e. the topmost stone. p©N"l adj. former, first, chief (i heightened fr. orig. a, v. V);— abs.'l Ho 2 19 + , l't5>- Ex 1 2 15 + , tie*"! Jb 8", cstr. fufar) Jb 1 5 7 Qr (Kt fW*tn, and so always Cod. Sam. Pent., v. Kb"- 1 - 225 "); f. nJWrJ Ju2o 37 + (Jos 2 1 10 Kt n3CWI, v. supr.); mpl. Dspon Ex 34'+, fpl. nii'B'Nn Is4i 22 + , etc.; — 1. former: a. in time, former of two Gn 25 s (J), 41 20 (E), Dt io 1 " 3410 24 4 , cf. Ho 2 9 , Lv 4 21 9 15 (both P), Ju 20 39 2 K i 14 Hg 2 3 - 9 Ezr3 12 4-; more gen. former, previous, Nu 2 1 26 (JE), Mi 4*2X1 7 3440 Zci 4 7 7 - ,2 8 11 Ne5 ls Eci7 10 f 79 8 +; "W njo IS8 23 ; *HJ Til nrn tiCh29 a the doings of David, the former and the latter (D*3insri) ) cf. t2 Ch 9 M i2 15 16 11 20 34 2 5 26 26" 28 26 35 27 ; early days of harvest 2 S 2 1 9 ; D'JE'K"! as subst., former persons, ancestors, men of old, Dt 19 14 Lv26 45 (H), Ec i 11 (opp. D'JinK); rt3fc^n(n) as subst. the former things, i.e. past events Is 41 22 43 9,8 46 9 48 3 , earlier predictions 42 s . b. loc, foremost, of two 2 S 18 27 . 2. first : a. in time, 'in H3l3n 1 S 14 14 the first slaughter (pre- lim, to general carnage) ; '1 , "!3' ! j iTrrfOl 2 S 1 9 44 was not my word first ? '"I in appos. with pers. subj. t2 S 19 21 1 am come as first, cf. perh. Is 4 1 27 (ins. "fl-lON Ges De < read BWplJ for D3n nan, Che 1 '"' Kit D1 ), and "W Jeso' 7 (opp. finnan), Is 43 s7 ; /_ l abs., ,/irs< of mankind Jb 15 17 ; abs. of', / (am the) first Is4i*( + ~r<* Q^inS), + finqs 44 6 48 12 ; abs. of time, (KfVtyg Je ij n from the beginning ; esp. first of a def. series (sts. opp. ft^RX)-, first day of feast Dt 16 4 Ex 1 2 1S - ,616 + 5 1. P (H), Ne 8 1S ; usu. first month (EH.n) Ex 40 217 Lv 2 3 3 + 6 t. P, 1 Ch 12" (van d. H. v ls )+ 10 t. Ch Ezr, Est 3 7 Dn io 4 , BOH om. Gn 8 13 Ex 12 218 Nu 9 5 (all P) Ez 29 17 30 20 45 18 - 21 , so Jo 2 113 , but rd. mm- (3 a) © @ We Now and Dr. b. first in degree, chief : II njitS>K"! . . . OnBTI Ezr 9 2 the hand of tlie princes . . . has been first in this trespass; 1 Ch 18 17 Dn io 13 (cf. Est 1 14 infr.). 1 3. a. fern. c. prep, as adv. phr.: (1) of time, R^T? Gn I3 4 (J), = bej ore, formerly, so Jos8 5 - 6 (JE), 2S 7' 20 18 Je 7 12 Is 52 4 , '-b = before, formerly, Gn 28 19 (J), Ju 18 29 ; so '"OS as formerly Ju 20 32 1K13' Is i 26 Je 33 7 ", ' = "I? Dt 9" Dm i 29 (opp. nj/nntO) ; '-(2=at first, first of all, Dt 13'° !7 7 fpl.abs. ni3T Gn 30 43 + ;— [often both as pred. and as attrib.; as attrib. preceding n. (infl. of usage for numerals 1 Ko 8 ""' 3 "" Ges ,132b ): 31 Is 63' ^ 1 45 7 (but read prob. 3i, "3") ; in Is 2 1 7 '•) is pred.), D'H Je i6 16 ^ 32 10 89 s ' (on context Bo NX Bae, also Hup), Pr 7 M 1 Ch 28 s , Dial Ne 9 s8 Pr 31 29 ];— 1. (oft. opp. CSO) a. (1) much: of substances, gold 1 K io 2 ^19", silver (money) 2K 1 2" = 2 Ch 24", bronze iChi8 8 , wine Est I 7 ; of other quantities, e.g. spoil 2 S 3 s , property 2 Ch 32 s9 , seed Dt 28 s8 , etc.; *## 31 Ec 6 3b be it much that his days amount to ; (2) esp. of collectives, numerous, 31"Dy Jos 1 1 4 2 S 13 34 , nai rrj3J| Gn 26" Jb i 3 , Si n?.i?» Dt 3"+ , etc. b! pi. T^iany : pers. Ex 5* Ju 8 30 ' 9* 1 K 4 20 1 1 ] + , things Gn 30 43 Am 5 12 Dt 3 i ,7 + ; n. om. ni31 Dn 1 1 41 (sc. lands ; id. nia") myriads Kmp Bev Behrm Marti Prince); D'31 D'DJ many days (along time)Gn2i 34 37 24 +28t., TfOTt &)f Ne

30 Ec 6", Byft rfai niy dk Ly 25 51 ; rfai 

D'Hy Ne 9 28 many <i'mes (v. supr.) = 0131 D'OPS f 106 43 Ec 7 K ; nan nao Dt 25' many Mows/ D'31 DV? many waters Nu 20 11 24 7 +27 t., cf. Is 8"; etc. c. 31 as subst. coll. pers. EX19 21 , also (opp. t2?D) 1 S 14 6 Nu i 3 > 8 2 6 MM 33 54 35"; so nsi (Ges* 130 *) 2 Ch 30 1718 , and (rei ;=much) Ez 24 12 ; 31 cstr. before abstr. ( = 3'l) Is 2 1" 63 7 f 145 7 ; esp. pi. D'31 of pers. Ex 23 22 + 37 t. + D3Tn3 Ct 7 s (v. p. 123). td. cstr. = abounding in, nia-JS^l Pr 28 20 , "IDrrai (v. . T?n 3), ns-3if i 47 5 , ni-iNtp-3! p^s 27 , 3i HDwen Ez 2 2 5 , nx'irsi 17 7 , nj^rrai j e 32, D"byB-31 2 S 23 J0 = 1 Ch 1 1 22 , WB-31 Pr 29 s2 , njiirai 1 4 29 ; rhxiN nan j e 5 1 ■ ffoa nai 1 s 2 s , DJ? 'nil La i 1 (Ges (901 ). te. + |» comp.= more numerous than Ex I 9 Nu 22 15 Jos 10" Ju 16 30 2K6" Is54 l 1CI124 4 2Ch32 7 Dnn 13 ; sq. inf., too many to Gn j6 7 Ju 7 2 (cf. v 4 ); vid. also foil, tf- 21 = abundant, enough Gn 24 23 33 9 ; as exclam. enough! Gn 45 s8 2 S 24 16 = 1 Ch 2 1 1 *, 1 K 19 4 , so (+P? inf.) Ex 9 s8 (!» 6 d) ; ■n?"31 (with implication of excess) Dt3 26 (let it) suffice thee! so E3^>-31 Ez 45", also Nu i6 37 = ye assume too much ! + inf. it is enough for you to Dt i 6 2 3 (i.e. you have done it enough), 804-JD inf. 1 K 12 28 , |0 subst. EZ44 6 . tg. as adv. much, exceedingly (only yjfyfr), 31 ^ 12 3 s , 3i>i8 15 (HupDeChe al.; HPS 2S2215 conj. ncn ; om. || 2 S 22 16 ); n31 f 62 3 78 15 8 9 8 (© Bae 31 Wn) ; ri31 (Araraaism, cf. Syr. f»J»», *s«J>», No ji56A W 8Gi3i^ 65 io I20 6 ( = long enough), 123 4

1 ' 2 . 2. less oft. great: a. of space 1 S 
nn 

", the deep Am 7 4 Gn7 n Issi' ^ 36 7 (fig.), city La i 1 (Q^33 ^31 Ges' 90 ') — v. also fill, non ; — plague Nu 1 1 33 , empire Est i 20 , goodness •^•3 1 20 , wickedness Gn6', etc. b. specif, strong (opp. 03 pK) 2 Chi 4 10 ; y^nb 31 Is6 3 l ; so D'31 as subst. Is53 12 (|| D'OWy). +c. major natu Gn 25^ (opp. "WR)i Dfl as subst. grandavi, Jb 32". +d. + fO comp. greater than Dt7 117 9 14 20 1 ; too great fur Jos 19 9 1 K 19". — Pr 26 10 is hopelessly corrupt, v. Toy. n. ST n.m. chief (As.-Bab. influence, cf. rab Dl HW "«* b ; BAram. 31);— cstr. *l Je 39 9 + ; pi. cstr. '31 39 13 41 ' (but v. infr.); — esp. '31 D'HSB chief of guardsmen (v. n3B),only as title of Bab. officer Je 39 9 °+ 15 t. Je, 7 1. 1| 2 K 25 (cf. 'tan Iff in Gn [JE]); also t^hn 31 Jon i 8 chief of the sailors, i.e. captain ; tin gen. 31"?3 irV3 Est i 8 , -t-vpnp-a! Dn i 3 (v. DnD), and so '31 !>33 -J^D Je 39", ^sn '31 41' (late gloss ; om. ® and : || 2 K 2 5 25 , so Hi Gf Gie). + The foil, titles of As.-Bab. officers are prob. loan-words in Heb.: 30"31 Je 39 313 usu. chief soothsayer (v. )j>), but = rab-mugi [?• chief of princes] Pinches H " tDBBA -" 49 ; Dnp-31 ( c f. OAram. [Nineveh] D^D an Lzb 368 ), 2 K i8' 7 (As.; not in || Is 36 2 ), Je 39 313 (Bab.), usu. chief eunuch, but=rabu-ia~resi, chief of the heads (the prin- cipal men^ Wkl lJnte ™- z * tltor * GeKh " 18W - Excurs. v. p. 133 (actually found as rubA-sa-ri-esu Pinches A " d ' June 25. 1892, 6w) ( pi ncnes H *«- DB - «»»-'*>» j npe^l (van d. H. ni'B'Sl) chief of the officers (1) (so'prob. As. rab- SAK; SaM=high one; COT^'^KB"- 03 Dl HWB «** Tiele •»-*•• g-<*-4».hj Pinches H " t - DB "- 191 ), 2 K iS 171926 - 27 - 28 - 37 i 9 4 - 8 =Is 3 6 2 - 4111213M 37 4S . TnST n.pr.loc. Kabba (prop, great or populous, sc. city); — 1. capital of Ammonites: explicitly, ptsy *ja n31 2 S 1 2 20 - 27 1 7 s7 Dt 3" Je 49 2 Ez 2 1 25 ; H31 'alone 2 S i i l || I Ch 20 u , Am i" Je 49 3 Ez 25 s Jos 13 25 (P) ; c. n loc. nnsi 2 S 12 29 ; in Gk. period Philadelphia, Lag ""™ 210, 94 r 219,83 ( but Pa pp aTailam Polyb "• 71 - 4 ), mod. 'Ammdn, 13^ m. NE. from Heshbon, 285- m. E. of Jordan ; cf. Buhl G °°"- 260 ;— ® PaffiaS, PaPpa. 2. nairi, city in Judah Josi5 60 (P), site un- known ;— ® 2m0r,Pa, A ®L Ape^j3«. IT n.m. Jb "- 2 multitude, abundance,

greatness; — abs.T Gn i6 l0 + , 3iT 1 Ch 4 s8 2 Ch 3 i 10 + Jb 33 19 Qr (Kt an) ; cstr. 3i Ex 15 7 + fai Jb 37 s3 Baer Gi), _ 3l Jb 23"+ ; 2 K I9 24 and pi. cstr. ^"l Ho 8' 2 v. infr.; — 1. multitude

n ran 

-im (c.125 t.) : offers. Hoio 13 Pr i4 M 20 6 Est io 3 + ; of things Isi" 47' 2 Ez27 18 Lv27 16 Pr io 19 Jb 1 i 2 + ; = great quantity, abundance Gn 27 s1 Ho 9 7 + oft. (2 K 19 23 Qr [= Is 3 7 !4 Kt], >Kt 33n ; 2 Ch 24 s7 Kt ail, > Qr 2?), + (of time) CW T1 Jb 32 s (Gi ; v 7 van d. H., Baer), 3^3 D^ Ec ii l ; =whole number (of bones) Jb 4" 33 ,9 (Qr; Kt 3 ,_ i); esp. 3np in respect of, for, multitude, in sim., like sand, stars, etc., Jos 1 1 4 (JE), 1 S 13* 2 S 17"+ 10 t.; = abundantly, c. vb. ( = n3-n) Gn 30 X (J), 48 16 (E), iKi me io 10 ; usu. late Ne 9 s5 Jb 2 6 3 Zc 14" 1 Ch 4 30 2 Ch 9 9 (|| ng"»n i K io 10 ) + 23 t. Ch ; as pred. c. HYI 1 Ch 22 14 ; = m jrreai numbers, 2 Ch 30 524 ; nearly = adj. (e. subst.; =31) 9 1 (|| 31 1 K io 2 ), i6 8 24 24 30 13 ; yiO from multitude of, Dt 7" 28 47 + i4 t.; o.bs.from (for) mult. 1 K7 4? ,Gni6 10 32 ,3 (J), 1 K 3 8 8 5 = 2 Ch 5 6 . 2. greatness (c. 26 t.): 'HV ~10 1 S i 16 , ?Dn T Ne 1 s 22 * 5 8 69", cf. 106 45 , [13 1 Is6 3 ; Jb23 6 3 o ,8 ^33 16 , etc. ; read 3 1 ) prob. also (for 31) Is 63' H 4 5' ; = fewgrf A of journey (cf. vb. Jos 9") W]1 3^3 Is 5 7 10 ; Ho8 1I Qr' i rnin '3TI = greatnesses [great things], or numerous things, of my law, but form dubious, read perhaps ♦rffln 3i (sub 1), so We (cf. ©) ; Gr al. *1?1 ; > Kt 131 , v. X) .— Lv 2 5 16 Dt 7 7 Ho 4 r , v. </. T i~Qm n. f . multitude, myriad, ten thousand ' (Ko "• 1221 );— abs. 'l Gn2 4 60 +; sf. ton Kt I S l8 7 + 2 t, (Qr VH33-1) ; pi. abs. rtfix] j s 18 8 ; cstr. ni33T Mi6 7 +, nfaprj Dt

17 ; sf. v. supr. Qr; — myriad, 10,000: of 

great number of pers., indef. Gn 24 60 (J ; 'BpB H33"! tliousands of myriads), Dt 33 s (poem ; thjp ni33-;o, but v. EHp, ad fin.), ^ 3 7 Ct 5'°; tr 'pbx ni33i Nuio 36 , cf. Dt33 17 (poem);— naan Ez i6 7 rd. 'a"J ® Co Berthol Krae;— more precisely: (100, 1000), 10,000, Ju20 10 ; opp. 2, Dt 3 2 30 (poem), opp. 1 00, Lv 2 6 8 ( H ), opp. 1 000, iS i8 7 - 8 2i ,2 29 6 ^9i 7 ; so' of things, Mi 6 7 . fiSP, fctfSP. n.f. E2r264 ten thousand, myriad (later (Aramaizing) synonym of fore- going; perh. for Aram. (n)W), Kb"- 1 - 221 ', but Palm. 131 Lzb 367 );— abs. tal 1 Ch 29" Jon 4" (? C 8tr.),+cstr.Ho8 ,2 Kt(v.infr.); ^31 Ezr2 M =Ne7", Ne7 71 (van d.H.v 72 ); du. BVfr) ^68 18 ; pi. rfk] Ne 7'° (van d. H. v 71 ), "^31 Ezr 2 69 Dn 1 1' 2 ; — ten tlwusand; of pers., 4 X 10,000+ 2000 + 3x100+60 Ezr2 w = Ne7 M ; 12 x 1 0,000 + n. Jon 4" ; indef. Dn 1 1 12 he shall cast down myriads; rd. tltel also v 41 (for MT nial) Kmp Bev Behrm Marti Prince ; of things, esp. units of value, n. + 10,000 I Ch 29 7 , n. + 6 x 1 0,000 + 1 000 Ezr 2 m || n. + 2 x 1 0,000 Ne 7 70 ' 1 (v. supr.); 1 0,000 + 8 x 1000+ n. 1CI129 7 ; indef. Q^n'3i Ih$fS 3 ?1 ^68 18 (|| DWfotV;— i3"! 'rnin Ho 8 12 (Kt ; 10,000 [precepts] of my instruction) would be only early instance, v. 31. t/Vin n.pr.loc. in Issachar; — "in Jos 1 9 20 ; mod. Edbd, c. 13 in. NE. from Nablus, cf. Buhl o«*r.204._@ Aa p flpaVt A ®L PaPPwB. TU^y'D.'} a.m. Je3,3 pi. copious showers, causing fertility;—'! Dt32 2 +3 t„ tf??) Je 1 4 s2 , D33T 3 3 ; — copious showers, Je 3' ( + tJHppB), " «P1> 14 22 (|| D'W?'?), 'l V' 65 11 ; sim., of pene- trating, pervasive inn. of prophetic words Dt 3 2 2 (flOTSft also~03, ba), of Jacob Mis 6 (|| ba), of future king * 72 s (|| TOO). D3?2"V n.pr.m.Jeroboam,l€poj3oafi(prob. t : T,T104 x = 3T + DJJ the people increaseth ThesKit 1 *"' 26 al.; cf.alsoGray Pr0I '- N - 69; =«*•««>• *•'*>'■; > Jy, the people contendeth, or (the, god) 'Amm contendeth ■JyJ-^ r Stud. Bill. 1. 225 c f .Che JQ ' Ju ' J ' 1899, M9 ' E ° C? ' B ' b ) ' 1 . (K Ch), leader of revolt of N.Isr.(ioth cent.), and first king I Kl I 26 1 2 2 - 2 - 20 ,etc, || 2 Ch 1 o"* M , etc, 1 K i 3 1 - 433 +; (specif. t333"|3 ** iKii" + 23 t.); in later times (under Deut. infl.) as sinful and author of Isr.'s sin 1 K 1 5 30 1 6 2 • 7 - 19 - 26 - 31 + 15 t. t2. ton of Jehoash of N. Isr. (8th cent.) and 13th king 2 K 13' 3 1 4 "*-«*» i 5 >- 8 Ho i 1 Am i 1 7 9 ,on ; prob. also 1 Ch 5 17 . f II. [2QTJ vb - shoot;— Qal Pf 3 pi. «$ (Ges ,67m ) Gn 49 23 abs. (D'Sn ^3 in || 1.; Sam. WOHJ1, so perh. ® (S6pow).— 31 + 18 15 (W?n inl| 1.), v. 1. 31 1 g. fill, [l^] n.m. archer;— pi. Wl Je 50 29 (|| n$> *ffi ■ Gie d"#i , 11. tol), sf. ffi Jb 1 6 13 (in fig. ; Bo al. VST ; Vrss. Ew al. hit missiles). I. *T^"1 (/of foil.; cf. Ar. Xij confine, tie.) TTEn n.[m.] chain, ornament for neck;— abs.'n Ezi6"; cstr. 3njn nsn Gn 4i 42 (E). f II. [*1^^] vh. be-spread, deck (cf. Ar. jlk v. «7te«) patches of colour, become clouded (of sky); NH 13T pavement, paved terrace, X SH3n pavement);— Qal P/. 1 s. »n"|3-J D^ID ^15 Pr 7 16 wj'/A spreads (coverlets) have I be- spread my couch; read also Impf. 3 ms. '"13"!?! Wf) 1 S 9 26 ® Th We Dr al. (for MT 13T1 'V Of), obj. om. ' ["O^O] n.[m.] spread, coverlet; — only pi. abs/nna-lD (Kb 11 - **") Pr 7 16 31 22 . I. [m J 1 1 vb. be, or become, much, u T T J S25 many, great (NH id.; As. rabd, be great, grow; Ar. l^, Aram. N3"V Jls», *i», all grow, increase); — t Qal 69 Pf. 3 fs. nrcn 1 S 1 4 30 ; 2 ins. Irani consec. Dt 30 16 ; 3 pi. 131 Ezr 9 s + , etc. ; Imp/. 3 ms. fBT Dt8 13 + , juss. 3V Gn i M +

Ch 24 s7 Qr (Oil Kt, v. ai 1), 3$| Ex i 20 ; 
fs. n|-iPl Dt f Dn 12 4 , 37.FII Gn 43" 1 K 5'°; 
mpi. w,Tj Dtn 3i +, par ^ 139 18 , r?i: 

Dt 8' 3 , etc.'; Imv. ms. na"]V Gn 35 11 ; /«/. cstr. nto-> Ex n 9 +;— P«. nan v. II. na-i;— 1. become many, numerous : a. of a people, Ex i 1012 (J), v 20 (E), Dt 6 s 8 1 30 16 Zc io 8 1 Cb 5 ; n ^Vo|) 12") 23 17 ; esp. + mB be fruitful and multiply Je 3 16 23 s (fig. of flock), Gn 47 27b (P), Ex V (P), 1// I07 33 . also (of man and beast) Ez 36 11 ; of children Jb 2 7 14 ; D , PTJP*38*/*nb - }? Pr 29 2 (Toy rtfT] rule, || ^feto), D^BH "a v 16 (Toy id.), b. of animals Dt 7- ( + ?JJ pers.), 8 13 1 Ch 5 9 ; + ms Gn i 22 8 17 (both P; cf. Ez 36 11 supr.). c. of things Dt 8 1313 Ez 31 6 Ex n 9 (P), Ec5 10 ; of sins Ezr 9 6 ( + ft^fO?), Pi-29 16 ; + J0 comp. 1//16 4 139 18 ; of days Gn38 I2 (J), Dt 1 1 21 1 S 7 2 Pr 9", years of life 4'°; of waters Gn 7 17 (J), v 18 (P). 2. a. be great : (1) of things, Gn4 3 24 (J; + JO comp.), 1 S 14 30 ; of way = 6e long Dt 19 6 and (JO comp. pers.) 14 24 be too long for; of wisdom 1 K 5 10 (JO comp.). (2) of pers., B^KD B*l£|j H3T Jb 3 3 12 i.e. is too great for (De al.); has loftier, nobler thoughts (Di Bu), but no ||. b. grow great (Aramaism): (1) of pers.,=grow up Ez 16" ( + ?!3), Jb 39 4 . (2) of glory V'49 , '> knowledge Dn 12 4 . — 2 Ch 24 s7 v. supr. tPi- 4 make large, increase; — Imv. ms. ^35? n3T JU9 29 enlarge thy Iwst; Pf. 2 ms. Dirrntpa JTan 1/, 44 13 thou liast not made great with their price (set a high price ; so Ew De Che al.); or increased (sc. thy wealth) by their jrrice (Hup Bae) ; = bring up, rear (children) La 2 22 ( + nBD), whelps Ez 19 2 (in fig.). Hiph. 102 Pf. 3 ms. nfjTI Ho 8" + , sf.

  • j3"ini consec. Dt 30 5 ; 2 ms. ^"JTI Is 9 2 + , is.

WS-lh Ho2 10 +, etc.; Impf. ."Or la * +] ajjj 2S18 8 La2 5 , etc.; Imv. ms. 'riann Ez 24", 3-in J U 20 38 + ^5i 4 Qr (H3in Kt, Inf.abs.),etc; fs! TP Is 23 16 , mpl. WfJ Am 4 4 Gn 34 12 ; Inf. abs. na-in i 5 ' + , nann (Ba^ 90 - 91 ) 3 ,6 i6 10 2 2 17 ; cstr. riarp Dt 28^ + (2 S 1 4 11 Kt IVa-in ; Am 4 9 ncn Pr 25 27 v.infr.); Pt. nana Exi6 17 + , cstr. naiD Lvn 42 , etc.; — 1. make much, or many: a. obj. pers. (or a people), multiply, increase Gn 16 10 17 20 Is 9 2 + ; Ez 36 ,0 ( + ^ pers.), v" (man and beast; +id.); Dt 30 5 ( + JO comp. pers.); + ms Hiph. Gn 28 3 48 4 (both P); b&a nain Je ^6 i6 =he made many stumble; —lucve many i Ch 7 4 8 40 23". b. obj. animals Dt if"* (cf. Ez 36" supr.). c. obj. things Ho 2 10 8 1114 Gn 3 16 + ; jnoi -inb tnb ty iann 34 '2 ; pp. o'ypn Lv 26 16 Nu 26" 33"; obj. words Ec io 14 (v. Jb 34 37 sub 2), cf. Is i 15 Jb 40 27 , r'£> ^n Ig 23 16 ; obj. days Jb 29 18 (like sand); = use many (medicines) Je 46 11 ; have many (feet) Lvn 42 ; bring abundantly 2 Ch 31 3 ; yield abundantly Ne 9 37 ; c. b of obj. Ho io 1 (? 3 a); obj. om. Hb 2 6 Pr22 lfi , also (opp. DJJO [usu.Hiph.]) Exi6 1718 30 15 Nu 35 8 (all P), Pr 13". + d. (1) sq. inf., make much to do, do much in respect of, = do much, abundantly, greatly, often, etc. (Dr 181 ' 1 '-): yCDp ?3"in Am 4 4 = transgress greatly, so Ezr io 1 ' 3 , cf. 2 K 2i 6 = 2 Ch 33 6 ; further, Is 5s 7 Ex 36" 2 Ch 36" f 18^, also 2 S 14 11 (Kt nunriD, Qr n3-)no ; r d. prob. DiS-inD Dr reff - Ges 575ff - Th- Lbhr); +JP comp. 18 8 ; 1 S i 12 = pray a long time; Ju 20 38 del. a^.n as dittogr. of aiKD Be Bu GFM. (2) sq. vb. fin. (Dr 8m Ges ,I2 °'), "?»* nsnn 13"in iS2 3 i.e.taM:tto<so»mc/!,; cf.f 51 4 . e.'the Inf.abs.(01» 191b Ko ,11 - <iw Ges }75<r ') is used: (1) n 3"lN n3"in / will greatly increase Gn 3 16 i6 10 2 2'" 7 (all J; Ges» ,13 °); (2) naTll carrying on inf. cstr. Ez 21 20 ; (3) H3"n as a dv. (c. vbs. and [Ec 7 16 ] adj.), greatly, exceedingly, etc., esp. 1ND 'n Gn 4 1 49 (E), 1 S 26 21 2 S i2 30 = 1 Ch 20 2 , Jos 13 1 (D), 2 K 21" Ne 2 2 ; perh. also 1K5 9 io 10 (both c. jnj), v 11 (c. K^n), J e 40 12 (c. *1DK), 2 Ch 14 12 (c. KB-:); nann alone 2 K io 18 (opp. ovo), Ne 3 s3 Ec i 16 5 19 7 1617 ^ 5 1 4 Kt (Qr ann Imv.); (4) as adj. attrib. (Ko 8l °'-* 318 '), IND f Dt3 6 Jos 22 s (D; || iKD-ai), 2 S 8 8 (1ND nan in || 1 Cb 18 18 ), 1 2 2 Is 30 33 2 Ch 3 2 27 ; so ' nann alone Ne 4 413 ( + nam), Ezrio 1 (preceding n., cf. 1. 31), Ec 2 7 5 616 (rdg. DJ?a as n., Ew De Hi- Nowal.), 6" 9 18 11" i2 912Ja , nia-in a lone Pr25 27 (Toy reads na")n) ; nxp nann a s pred. Gn 15 1 (J ; Sam. nans), Ecn»^ 130 7 (adv. Bae) ; (5) nairi ag „. concr.(Ko S) "" S318 ') 2 Si 4 Je42 2 (n3- van d. H.), c. JO comp., 2 Ch 25 s Jon 4"; as obj. (or adv.), opp. BJJD Hg i 6 - 9 Ec 5 11 ; late in adv. phr. (1ND) na-inb' tNe 5 18 2 Ch n 12 16 8 ; nisnn as n . Am 4 9 (rd.' prob. ""finn We Now). t2. make great, obj. pers. 2 S j2 S8 = | 18 36 ;

n 2 mis 

enlarge border I Ch 4 10 ; perhaps also Jb 34 s7 make words great, presumptuous, against God <pVO ; so Buhl Lex ; most make many words, 1 c). tjlSTW n.m. Kl1019 a kind of locust (usu. interp. as the multitudinous, but pi HWB126 as = As. dribu, eribu, eribH, locust-swarm, from 31X devastate); — alw. abs. '"(?); — usu. coll. locust- swarm, in sim. of swarm of invaders Ju 6 5 7 12 ; oft. appar. the common species (|| other species, cf. iM?i> Lv 1 1 22 ) : Je 46° Na 3 15 (sim. of multitude; || p£); as destructive Ex io 41213 - 1414 "" (all J),

  • 105 34 (II pH Dt 2838 (vb. i>Dn), 1 K 8 s7 = 2 Ch

6- ^ 78" (ail+^pn), Jo i 44 (|| BJ§, pfc, ^pn),

s5 (|| »d.); as disappearing suddenly (sim.) Na 

3" (|| »a*a 3l3); as edible Lv n 22 (H ; || Dv'pO, ?rn, 3jn); as well organized Pr30 27 (cf. J02" 8 ); of single locust, *in« 'N Ex io ,9b (J), as leaping (sim.) Jb 39 20 , as shaken out of garment (sim.)

  • 109 23 (v. II. 13??).— Cf. Dr Jo82ff -.

TnS^?2 n.[m.] 1. abundance; — abs. 'd Is 33 a , as adv., in abundance. 2. increase^), cstr. na"ia? (sic) 9 6 for the increase of the dominion (take D? as dittogr. of foregoing, and read Pffll, © Gr Che Kit Buhl 1 " 1 Marti; Du n3-ip|>, in view of following B&|$). tpEpa n.f. much ;— only ^?$ '» Ez 2 3 32 much to contain, i.e. which contains much; but read flfTD Hiph. PL Hi-Sm Co Berthol Krae(v. /Kiph. ld(i)), 'rP3.~l?3 n.f. increase, great number, greatness ; — 'd abs. Lv 25'"; cstr. 1 S 2 33 + 2 t. ; sf. DJV3-I0 1 Ch 1 2 30 ( van d. H. v 29 ) ;— 1 . increase, concr. : a. of family 1 S 2 s3 . b. increment, interest, usury, Lv 25 s7 (H ; of food-stuffs, II T^?., of money; 'd of money Egypt. Aram., opp. eta principal, Ccoke »■>""*"• "*«■ «"). 8. great number: of people 2 Ch 30"; c. sf. = the greater part of them, 1 Ch 12 30 (v. supr.). 3. greatness, of wisdom 2 Ch 9". T]TQ"in n.f. increase, brood; — cstr. in phr. D^KBn D'BOSj 'n Nu 32 14 a brood (contempt.) of sinful men (cf. TYSTD 1 S 2 s3 ). tn^inn n.f. increment, interest, usury (=rP3-lO lb; cf. (on both) Ar. Gj iv. take usury, j. interest, usury, Syrjfcs^f ; Saalschiitz h«. r«i« of. ma), sw Hoelemann Le " 1 " Blta,,lud - «**>.»"• Di u *• » Benn ""'• DB ■"") ;— alw. abs. 'n : + H?l Lv25*(H),Ezi8 17 22 12 Pr28 8 ; || id. Ez 1 8 813 . '

VStMH 

fll. [TTy}] vb. shoot (cf. II. 33n, I. TO"));— only T Qal A ntfj? H31 Gn 2 1 20 <nr> nB'iJ, Kn Di al., but read prob. ? n»n 01 Ball, one shooting the bow. n3.-_, (N)i:n, rp:n, TOP?,"] v. i. 331. [ :Tj )] vb. mix, stir (Ar. ejoj ww'a;, mm^«; NH nf an, J Uyyj [for BH naa-iD], (dough) mixed, or stirred); — Hoph. Pi. f. as term, techn. in sacrif., alw. of fijb well mixed, D33-10 Lv 6 14 7 12 , ri33-10n 1 Ch 2 3 29 . tnb^ n.pr.loc. 1. '") in land of Hamath

K 23^ 25 21 = Je 52 s7 , Je 39 s ; c. n loc, nn£n 
K 25 620 = Je 52 s6 , also (' in landof Hamath') 

Je 39 6 52 s ; tH$f!% v 10 ; read nr&n also Ez 6" (for MT '21, v. [n^]); ® usu. Acpa6a (also Ez6 14 ); mod. ffiMaonOrontes.Rob 31 '"- 8 ^ 1 "- 64 '* Bd ro 1 <* 2 n l, 3 nn (DS^O) NU34", on NE. border of land of Isr., certainly not so far N. as 1, but site Unknown ; © arro 'S.ent^ay.ap Br/Xa, whence Di al. conj. npa/in, but not Harmel, 8 m. SW. from 'l 1 (Wetzst ZAW1 " (1883, ' 274f ), see T) r HMt. DB JOT , DnD"3t v. 11. 31. AT -' -T I. JD1 (7of following; v. [V31], J?}, JOT etc., infr.; also in ling. cogn.). . ymN, nya-iN n.m. et f. four (nh - : - ' t t : - 316 ' =BH ; MI 8 [V3-iS = 40 ; Ph. JfBTK, Pun. njmN, four; so As. arba'u (rarely irba'), irbitti; Ar. tj; Sab. njn-iK CIS"'""- 2322 Horn Eth. tend: hCflO-fi Aram. V3")S, njaiN, ^j^ )oii»/; Nab. jniK, Palm. V31N, Nj?3nx, Lzb 367 );— m., 49 (c. n.f.) Wfi (abs. vel cstr.) Ex2i 37 + ; also V*!* Lvii 20 +; note (Baer Gi) Jos 2 1 18 + 6 1. Jos 2 1 (van d.H. Vp«) ; in Pr30 18 read f. with Qr; f. (c. n.m.) abs. nj/3-iK Gn 2 ,0 + 1 2 5 t. + Pr 30 18 (v. supr.) ; cstr. nyi-iK 1 S4 2 + 29 t., incl. Ez f (but rd. m. Kt); sf. Dny?1K Ez i 8 + 5 1. Ez, ?J??3-1S i 10 '»(but id. prob! On-, Krae), v 1618 ; du. DVIJQ-IK 2 S 12 6 , v. Id; pi. E , V3"iN=4o, v. iufr.; — four (in Hex. 108 t, chiefly P, 98 t; Ez 52 t., Ch 47 t.):— 1. without other num.: a. S>3"iN (1) before n.fpl. Je 15 3 Ex 25 12 (P)+ 101 t., incl. ntoS 'N Dt 3" + 5 t. (but also tnp«3 'N four (in) cubit(s) Ex 26 2 - 8 36" 1 K f 27 - 27 - 38 ), and niKD 'K = 4 oo Gn n" + 55 t. (2) 'N bef. du. BJ^Q Lv i i 23 , Wl Ex 25 M - t(3) bef. collective^ ft* '« Ex 2 1 37 (E); Ki3T 'X = 40,000 Ezr2 M =Ne7 M . t(4) rare Chrest. 47 . ysrm and late, after n.fpl. 'K Bny Jos 19 7 (P); after n. fs. cstr. i> 'N ri3e>a 1 K 22 41 Zc 7 1 2 Ch 3 2 .— 'K tTP, v. this, and 11. ya"iK infr. t(s) n. om. Ez 4 3 ,5b Pr 30 1618 (Kt, v.' supr.), v" Dn 8 82! ; ya-itrby ( sc . Q^n)=«m oil /own. Lv ii***«. b. nVSIN (i)bef.n.mpl.Gn2 10 (J), 1 4" Ex 2 5* + 21 t, + BThn 'K(i) any Jui 9 J iS27 7 ; also D«3S 'K 'N distrib. Ez io 21 . +(2) late, after n.rapl. 1 Ch23 10 . (3) n. om., Am i 369 + 15 1., + (as pred. of n. mpl.) tEx 27" 16 38 1919 ; also 'N3, (sc. D^) tZc 7'= ordinal, on the fourth (day), c. IWJU (1) bef.n.mpl. Jun 40 1K7 32 + 1 1 1. (not Ez f, v. supr.), + B'E&K 'K = 4000, 1 S 4 2 + 14 t. +(2) bef. coll.^an Nu f. t(3) 11. cm. 2S21 25 . t(4) c. sf., after n. pl.,=</t«  four of them, Ez i 8 >»>"'» + 6 t. Ez, Dn i 17 these boys, the four of them. d. du. BV)ya"IK 2 S 1 2" =four-fold Ges'^Ko" 1 ' 227 , butVead BTiyatf © Th We Klo Dr Kmp Bu HPS. 2. with other num.: a. (1) TVpy *?"}*=:/./, («) before n. fs., n:f 'V K Gn 31",' +(as ordinal, -14th) 14 5 2 K i8 13 =Is 36 1 , Ez 40 1 . ($) after n. fpl. 'y '« any j os i5 M + 8 t., 'V '» B'tfj 2 Ch 13 31 . (2) I'B'y nyaiK =/ ^, („) before n. ms. Nu 17 14 (14x1000), Jb42 12 ; esp. (as ord.) DV ']) 'n /^<A <% Ex I2 618 + 7 t. (0) bef. n. mpl. Nu 29 15 . (y) after n. mpl. Nu 29 1317 + 6 t. (8) after n.ms. Est p"-'" 1 , all=/^7i. («) 'y 'n pred. of BfeJ Gn 46 s2 . (f) 'y 'x=i 4 th (sc. day) LV23 15 2Ch3o' 5 +6t. b. 20 + 0) 4 + n. s. 1 K 15 33 1 Ch 23*+ 13 t. 1 Ch 27 ; +'n. pi. tNu 7 s3 ; n. om. 2 S 2I 20 , pred. || 1 Ch 20 6 , Ne 7 3 ; 4+ 20+n. s. Nu 25'; =24th, 'Nl 'y Bi' Hg i 1 " 8 Zc i 7 Ne 9 1 Dn io 4 , t* om. Hg 2 1 ' 020 , and {'V '*) 1 Ch 24 18 25 31 t. c. other tens +4, 1 Ch f 5 18 ( + n.s.), Ezr 2 15 + 7 t; 4 + tens + >1je> Gn n 16 , + *£>« 1000 Nu i 27 - 29 2" 26 !5 ' u .— Vid. Ko" M ' 0C . fn. 3*S"IH n.pr.m. (called B'pjya 5*1|*J D"l«n Jos 1 4 15 , Pj'yn "2« 1 5 13 cf. 2 1 "), inferred (erron.) from n.pr.loc. f H^p (q. v.). tTJQ'W n.pl. indecl. a forty ; — 1. sine num. al.: a. usu. appos. bef. n., esp. n3B>, Bi' (sing.): Oj? D'yanK Ju 3 11 1 S 4 18 Am 2 W & + 29 t.; Bfr 'N Gn7 17 iKi9 8 Jon3 4 +6t., Eft 'x n$£ It) Gn7 412 Ex2 4 18 + 7 t.; also na 'K fiK j* boa 'K fa K 8 9 , nm K +Ez 4 i 2 and (ne« m.) 46 s , but 1T3K3 'K f 1 K 6 17 (v. H13K); tfyx 'K Nu i 33 2 , '26 18 Jos4 13 Ju5 8 2Sio 18 iK5« iChia 37 (van d.H.v 36 ), i9 18 (v.also infr.); rarely sq. n.pl., tFty 'K Ju 1 2 ,4 ,D^-JN N Ex 26 19 - 2l 3 6 24 ' 26 (P).— (As roundno.Gn7 ,7 Ju3"5 31 8 28 iS4 la + ). b. after

^m 

n. pi., 'K nhB Gn 32 16 (E), '« B*fcp Ne 5 15 . c. n. om. Gn 18 29 , 'KH v 29 ; «?! 'tf'Dt 25 s forty (blows) may lie smite him. 2. c. num. al.: a. before unit, + n. s., 40 + 1 nje> 1 K 1 4 21 1 5 10 , 2 K 14"; 40 + 2 n$e> 2 Ch2 2 J , B*K 2K10", i*? Nu 35 6 , «fa« Ju 1 2 6 ; 40 + 5 rw Jos 14 10 (JE), etc. (12 t.); +n.pl. BH> 2 K 2 24 ; aftern.pl. BHISyn + 40 + 5 1 K 7 3 ; n. om. 40 + 5 Gn 1 8", cf. Ezr 2 24 = Ne 7 s8 . b. after unit, 9 + 40 rutf Lv 25 s (H); 1 + 40 *l)« Nu i 41 2™ etc. (9 1. Nu, P). C. c. hundreds, 40 n#+ 800 njB> Gn 5 13 (P); 100 + 40 njB> Jb42 16 ; +units, 7 ^4.40 + 100 n3B*Gn47 28 (P); but (Ezr Ne, mostly pred., without n.), 900 + 40+5 Ezr 2 8 , cf. v 2 * Ne7 62 , and ('n without 1) 600, 40+2 Ezr2 10 , v. also || Ne7 !S , Ezr 2 M =Ne 7 M , 1 E.zr2 K =Ne^ (ver. om. BaerGi), Ne7' 3 ' 29 4 ; 1000, 200, 40+7 Ezr 2 38 = Ne 7 41 ; n.pl. 200 + 40 + 5 Ne 7 67 , n.pl. 200,40+2 11 13 ; also n. s. B>W 700, 40 + 5 Je 52 s0 . 3. as ordinal, «# 'S3 Dt i 3 in the fortieth year; also 1W DJB'a Nu'33 38 1 Ch 26 s '; nn«1 'N njB'a 2 Ch 16 13 in the forty-first year.' ' [5??^] vb.deaom.,onlyi D «.;ja««. squared, square; — Qal Pt.pass. JN3"1 square, of altar Ex 27 1 3° 2 37 M 38 1 , cf. Ez 4 3 16 ; breastplate 30 2 39 s ; pi. B'ya"!, of doorways, etc. [on text v. Kit Benz] 1 K7 6 ; fs. '"■ya") as subst. = a square EZ41 21 (ace. Co Toy, om. HWD, and joining *1 to v 20 ; Krae reads tigX) fmio, cf. 1 K 6 s3 , 'V" 3 ! 2). Pu. Pt. square, ya"]D EZ45 2 , °f piece of land ; f s . nya-tp 4 o 47 , of court; fpl. niyano 1K7 3 ' (opp. nipJJI), of borders of bases (cf. Sab. Dnyan , a kind of square building, Sab-Denkm 31 ). ft. IQ^ n-m. 1 ' 1 -' 1. fourth part. 2. pi. four sides; — l.'l cstr., fourth part, of shekel 1 S 9 8 , of hin Ex 29 40 . 2. in Ez, pi. sf. four sides (nyans always preceding): l^a"! Ez 43",

ry:n v 17 ; Brvy:n i 8 io 11 , jn. t»

tyiT n.[m.] fourth part; — 'l cstr.; of Israel Nu 23 10 ; of a kab 2 K 6 2S . t*ircn m., irjrn*! f., adj. num. ordin. fourth ;— m. , y , ?1 Gn 2" + 29 t., "Van 1 Ch 24 s 26"; pi. D^a- 2 K 15 12 , B^ya-1 io 30 '; f. abs. rrya-i 1 k 6 1 + 3 1., njra-i Lv 1 9", n^yai 1 k 6 37 + 6 t.'+ 1 K 6°* (v. infr.) ;" cstr. rvy'a'l Nu 1 5 s , nyn-i Ex2 9 40 +4 t., n»ya-i Nui5 4 + 2 t, ; — fourth, usu. /_ >n : 1. m. Gn 2" 15 16 (JE), also (esp. of days, months, sons, etc.) Gn i 19 Ex 28 20 39 13 Nu 7 30 29 21 Jos 19 17 (all P), Ju 19 s Je 39= 52 6 iCh27 7b 2Ch20 26 Ezr8 33 ; n. om. 2S3 4 = va-i

an«  i Ch 3 s , i Ch 2 M 3" 8 2 12 10 23" 2 4 ,M 25" 26" •" 2f" Ezr io M i)n 1 I 2 ; sc. tfjh Ez i 1 Zc 8"; pi. in D'Sp)?"] V. 3 sons of fourth (ones), i. e. to the fourth generation, 2K10* 15 12 (cf. [V-H], and [OAram. Nerab] 5*31 >J3 Cook 107 ). 2. f. of years, 1 K 6 187 2 K 18 9 Je 25 1 28 1 36 1 45 1 46 s 5 i M Zc 6* Lv io M (H); rvjn-i riNO i K 6 s3 , rd. fliya-i nfro ® $ Th Sta Kmp Kit Benz Bur. . ri'V'af Ez 48™ four square (rd. poss. Wan). . ri(')V( ; )ai as n. = fourth part, cstr., [Wl *l Lv 23" (H),' Ex 29 40 Nu 15" a8 MJ «; tf»n *i Ne 9 3 '; so abs. (Di'n m.) v sb . I [^3^] adj. pertaining to the fourth (in a series);— pi. in phr. D^T^l D'e^E^y, i. e. those belonging to the 3rd and 4th generations, Ex 20 3 (E) = Dt 5 9 , Ex 34 17 (J), Nui 4 18 (JE), cf. 1 supr. fll. [^^"1] vb. lie stretched out, lie down (Aram, form of J* 3 "} (q.v.); NH y3"i usu. of copulation, chiefly unnatural ; yet cf. also Sab. V31 abide, encamp, settle, DrlM 2 " """ 876 '- M3 > Ar. *j ' abide, dwelt) — Qal only Inf. : sf. 'JOT ^i39 1 my lying down (for repose, opp. 'ITIK); elsewh. (H) for copulation (woman with beast) KTX8. njn-6 Lv 2o' 6 , but read Sfl* (sf. of beast) Dr-Wh Ko 8rn,M6 ', cf. Bae Berthol (and Dr" B ' M ); Wa-li) 1 8 s3 , rd. nyanb (compl. om.; v. id). Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. TTP *& Ti"?? 3 D^Xp3 Lv 19 19 (H) thy cattle thou shalt not cause to (let) lie down (i.e. breed) in two kinds. < f 11. 5D^] n.m. a king of Midian NU31 8 J0SI3 21 ; Po&ok, Po/3f(ie). t Y J I vb. stretch oneself out, lie down, lie stretched out (NB. = BH ; As. rabdsu, lie, dwell; rubsu (in word-lists), stall, also womb (cf. II. vai supr.); Ar. ^J£ lie down on the breast, stretch oneself out, ^iJ.l^., Sab. |V31D CIS"'~*»; ZVan lie stretched out, Syr.xo*, ChrPal no>» recline at meals, Schwally"' ' 87 ); — Qal Pf. 3 ros.'n Gn 49', 3 fs. consec. nsani Dt 29". n *T! Ez 19 2 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. }•£")♦ Is 1 1 6 27 10 ; 3 fs. pa-WI NU22 27 ; 3 mpl. « 3 "!! n 7 , wav , 4 » j«3t Zp 2 7 V.104 22 ; 3 fpl.'njsa-in Ez 34"; Pt. Y71 Ex 23 6 + 3 t. ; f. nsai Gn 49 25 + 2t.; mpl. D'SSi 29 2 ; — lie down, lie: of domestic animals, ass Ex 23 s (E; under heavy burden), Nu 22 s7 (Je; in obstructed path), Gn 49 M (at ease ; poet., in sim.); sheep, in repose, 2 9 2 (J), Isi 7 2 Z P 2 14 ; fig. of people Ez 3 4 14 ; calf, in repose IS27 10 ; of wild beasts, lion, in lair, Gn 49 s (poem in J ; fig.), // i04 22 ; = make lair, abode Ez I9 2 (fig.), so of D«2f I s 13 21 , PQ Ez 29' (fig.); leopard (with kid) Is 1 1 6 , cf. v 7 ; =brood, of mother-bird Dt22 6 (D'niSKrrby); of man, in repose Is 1 4 30 Jb 1 1 '*, cf. Zp 2' 3 13 (fig. of flock perhaps impl., cf. Ez 34" supr.); of the deep, nnn njni Gn 49 25 Dt 33 13 ; fig. of curse Dt 29 19 (3 pers.); of sin, fifi riNlsn nnsb Gn 4' at the door sin makes its lair. Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. sf. , ?S , 3T + 23 s , 2 ms. T 3 "!? Ct I 7 , etc.; Pt. J*" 3 "!? Is 54 11 , pi. &WP Je33 12 ;— cause to lie down, or lie, ace. of flock (for repose) Je 33 12 , also (fig.) V' 2 3 2 Ez 34 15 ; ace. of flock om. Is 13 10 Ct i 7 ; of laying stones Is 54 11 .

yil"1 n. [m.] (place of) lying down, rest- 

ing- or dwelling-place; — cstr. "*ij 3 I Is 65 10 (|| |NS TO); sf. 3X3-1 D-3JT1 TO3 35 7 (cf. Ges iu5m , but Du ns:n, sc' flock); DXin Je 5 o 6 (people as sheep) ; of'man, to] Pr 24 15 (|| p^X ny). t yaiO n. [m.] id. ;— of wild beasts, rt>t$ '» Zp 2 15 (sign of desolation, || HEB*); of flock, cstr. fXS-J'3-ip Ez 25 s (|| D"k? ™). pH I ( V of following ; cf. Ar. jpT tie fast; X Kgan stall). TpSIQ n.[m.] stall (lit. tying -place); — 'D ^pHO bvjy Am 6 4 calves out of the stall (where they were fattened); trhty 1 S28 24 i.e. a stall- fed, fatted, calf; so V $JJt| Mai 3 20 (sim. of prosperity), Je 46*' (sim. of well-fed and arro- gant mercenaries). npl"! n. pr. f. Rebekah, daughter of Bethuel and wife of Isaac, Gn 22 s3 24 I5 + 24 t. 24, 25, 26, 27; 28 5 29 12 35 9 49 31 ;— © Pfj3«Ka. nptt$"3"l v. 11. 31 sub 331 . JJ I (/of following). t [I3l] n.m. clod of earth;— pi. 1p 3> V D^TJ Jb 38 M c/orfs are joined togetlter; cstr. ?H3 ^J*} 2 1 33 c7oc?s o/(the) wady. T2il^N n.m. heap, mound (prob.) ; — so read 1 S 20 19 (for J3K), v" (for 333), © {apyafi, W a/3), Th We Klo Dr Kit Bu HPS. TmnfSt n.pr. 1. loc. (heap, or region of clods; ' glebe' GASm ™);— always 'N inn Dt 3 4 -" 1 K 4", 'NH 'n Dt 3 13 , =measured region of Argob; some well-defined district of Bashan (appar. identif. with חזת יאיר Dt 3 14 [where ח' י' OT

bn in Bashan, so Jos 1 3 30 ], but this a harmonistic correction ; 'n in fact in Gilead [Nu 32 41 Ju io 4 ], and disting. from ST)* 1 K 4 1 ' cf. Dt 3 ,;! ); exact loc. dubious, GASm lc - and esp. Dr m3>4 ; Buhl 000 "'- I8 thinks of Suwet, S. of UpperYarmuk, a border district between Bashan and Gilead. — Apye/3 ; I K 4 13 Epf0aTa/i, ©L Paya/Sav, A Epyafi. . m. 2Ki5 25 ,Ap7o0; dub.; v.KloKitBenzBur. tTJ") vT>. be agitated, quiver, quake, be excited, perturbed (Ph. Iph. ( + Inf. abs. Qal) disquiet, disturb, Inscr. Tabn. 467 ; NH Hiph. provoke to wrath ; U*, tremble (with rage, fear, Dozy) ; v, viii, rumble (of thunder, Frey), J^ a trembling disease (of camels), etc.; Aram. T3"t tremble, rage, J^ oe enraged; Zinj. T3T wrath, Lzb 367 ); — Qal Pf 3 ms. consec. tj"^ Pr 29*, 3 fs. TOT Is 14'+ , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. tf^ 2 S 7 10 1 Ch 1 f, 2 fs. Vfpi Ez 1 6 43 (but v. infr.) ; 3 mpl. fltf* Hb3 7 , PT3T Ex 15 14 , etc.; Imv. ms. mi") (Ges* 481 ) Is 32",' mpl. «J1 f 4 6 ;— quake, subj. n?iSi4 15 Am8 8 (^yrei),^77 ,9 ( + ^r T ). J o 210 '(fflty of locusts ; || Bin), Pr 30 21 (nnn pers.) ; subj. D»-in npiD^i8 8 (|| B J 5n),= 2 S2 2 8 (ra>e i n nhDio ; ||irfl); trjng IS5 25 ; niDhn ^77"; of tent-cur- tains Hb 3 7 (fig. of terror of tent-dwellers); of people, in dread, c. "JEW pers. Dt 2 25 (|| $*D), Is6 4 '; c. ^S rei Je 33' ( + 10?); abs., EX15 14 (|| "W Tns 7T1), yjr 99 1 Jo 2 1 ; pregn. = come quivering Mi 7 17 (i» loc.) ; of pers., in fear, awe, Gn 45* (3 loc), Is 32" (II Tin), v'° + 4 s , Hb 3" ("Finn), c f. of '309 Hb3 18 ; of Israel, = 6e dis- quieted, 2 S 7 10 = 1 Ch 17 9 ; be excited, perturbed, of pers. 2 S 19 1 (by grief; cf. Dr), Wf Is 14 9 (surprise; b pers.); in rage, c. b at, Ezi6 43 (of Jerus.personif.; but rd. Hiph. (i.e. didst enrage me) ® ©aSSHi SmCoBertholToyKrae); prob. alsopn?n'"iiPr29 9 ; of Is 2 8". Hiph.P/. 3 ms. rnn IS23 1 ' 1 ; 2 ms. sf. 'Win 1 S28 15 ; Impf. 1 s. rnK Is 13 13 ; Inf. cstr. Tf$ (Ges 1531 ) Je 50 34 ; Pt. Vpp Is 14 16 Jb 9 6 , pi. cstr. r?"lD 12 6 ; — cause to quake, disquiet, enrage: cause earth to quake Is 14 16 (fig.; || Pin), Jb 9" shake earth FlBipBO; heavens Is I3 I3 (U Bin); kingdoms 23 11 ; cause disquiet, c. b pers., Je 50 34 (|| 5>3l); =dis- turb 1 S 28 15 (cf. Ph. }mn, Inscr. Tabn. 4 Dr smxiriii^. =enra ge, provoke, ?X TflTJP Jb 12 6 ; so also prob. Ez 16 4 ' (rdg. $ Vp), v. Qal ad fin. Hithp. excite oneself, only Inf. cstr. sf. 1]nn? ^X thine exciting thyself (to rage) against me, 2Ki 9 27!B =Is37 28!:9 . tOT n. m. Jb3-M agitation, excitement, raging ;— 't abs. Hb 3* + , cstr. Jb 37'; sf. 1JP Is I4 3 ; — raging Jb 3 17 ; disquiet, turmoil Is 14 3 Jb3 M i4'; raging, wrath Hb f; ^b> '"> Jb37 2 rumbling of his voice (i.e. thunder); of excite- ment of warhorse, ttni #5?!? 39 s4 . trTp- n.f. a quivering, quaking;— 'n Ezi2 I8 '(||B'n). " Til"~> adj. quivering, quaking; — "* 3? Dt 28 M <z quaking heart. ttiPN n.m. box, cheat, or like receptacle (cf. Ar. ijULj a kind of (c&me-)vehicle for women, also a garment containing stones, etc., as balance, makeweight (at side of haudaj); from above V, as swaying 1 Syr. |La^» sack, Talm. in* chest,coffin);—'«n 1 S6 8nl5 ,cf.HPS. h&l n-f. 1 " 8 ' 4 (on sf. m. Ct 5 3 v. Kb 8 """ 4 Albr zAw"Ti.i89e,76 ) .vo895).si6C ) foot (NH id. ; Ar. ^Lj leg, foot; Aram. *bp, Jl^J foot ; Palm. rf. fbn Lzb 363 ; transp. Zinj. (pi. cstr.) nj$ Id *", Mand. twS> No MI ° 2 ; cf. Eth. (iCM; vehicle Di«);— abs. '1 Ex 2i 24 + , >T v 24 + ; cstr. $} Nu22 23 + ; sf. "bil Gnso^-H, etc.; du. B^Vl Is28 3 +, D$fl 2S4 4 + ; cstr. ^31 Gn2 4 32 + ; sf.^31 Nu 2o 19 + , 17?1 Ex 3 5 + , etc.; pi. Bty] "+ 3 t. (v. 2 infr.); — 1. foot: a. human, Gn 18 4 19 2 + 10 t. of washing feet (j>m) ; Ex 3 s

s5 + oft.; in fig. Dt32 3i 1 S 2 9 Je 2 25 Jb i2 5 + 

oft.; H1S3 'I ^ 3 6 12 /oo< of pride; *fy thn no 1 ;

f[3 sole of foot Dt 2 5 1 1 24 28 s6 - 65 + 6 t., + '1 T?0 

B*hnyiisi 6 ',cf.pP^jn)2Si4 i5 Dt28 3i Jb2 7 ; also '1 iyi B^^B Lv 13 1 ' 2 ; "i "ty-iB* Jb 13 27 , v. ene'; 'i liiyaxK 2 S 2i 20 =<o««, 1 !n'a = gr/-ea< <oe Ju i 6 - 7 Ex 29 20 + 6 t. Lv ; 'n= % 1 S 1 7 6 (v. also f. ad fin.), tb. anthrop. of God, Ex 24'° S22 10 = f 18 10 , Nai 3 Hb3 5 Is6o 13 Zci 4 4 ; '1 ni£33 EZ43 7 ; '"> Dhq Is66' La2' 1 Ch 28 1 •^99 5 i32 7 . tc. of seraphim Is 6 2 , Ezekiel's ni>n Ez i 7 - 7 and p 13) v 7 , cherubim 2 Ch 3 13 ; idols i/' 1 1 5 7 . d. of animals : dove, '1 1? Gn

9 (J); ^iV H?* Lv ii 21 - 23 , HF T 4 *; calf, '1 1? 

Ez i 7 (in sim.), HOna 29 11 ; Pharaoh under fig. of D'iiri 32 s ; prob. of beast also Jb 39 15 , indef. Is 28 3 (in fig.), e. of table Ex 25 s6 37 13 (P). f. phrases : t"v {b 5 i) ace. to the pace of Gn

1414 (J; as fast as cattle, children, can go); 

at one's guidance Dt 33 s ; at one's foot, i.e. at every step Gn 30 30 (J), Is 41 3 , cf. Jb 18" (v. I. [f'B] Hiph.); '~b "pn 1S25 42 , i.e. went where fan Bhe went, cf. 2 S i5 15 - 17 - 18 ; t^ 3 on one's feet, on foot, Nu 20" (JE), Dt 2* Ju4 i5J7 ^66 6 , '13 nfcef Ju 5>» (v. nte), cf. Jb 18 8 (and *$# ^p. 30 12 ); 'is ib»k (noran, Dip<n, ovn), i.e. which follow one, hence obey or belong to one, Ex n 8 (J), Ju 4 10 8 s 1 K 20 10 Dt n 6 2 K 3 9 , ^3 D^nntsn 1S25 27 ; "1 Nfe>3 tGn2 9 '(E) = set out, but TDK tnj t4i"(E) lift the foot, i.e. make a movement, doanything; teuphemism 'TTIK IJ'pD Ju 3 14 , cf. 1 S 24 s (Gi ; van d. H. Baer v 4 ; v. I. [7|3D] Hiph.); !» /1 " n ? *?¥*™ Ez 16 25 (v. p'B>a);

  • i pap nsi'n Dt28 57 (v. Ky'lh); "1 VP Qr

2 K i8»=Ia 36 ,s (Kt DfWB> j v. 0$ 3); T&> ^il Is 7 20 , i.e. hair of the private parts. t2. pi. only in phr. DyJI Kv^Aree ft'm«« (feet, paces, cf. D$»S) Ex 23" (E), Nu 22 s8 - 32 - 33 (J). T75" 1 vb. denom. foot it, go about ;—Qal yo about (maliciously, as slanderer; cf. Ar. and ell slanderer, from VV walk along, L JiZ walk quickly), slander, Pf. 3 ms. i3BO"?$? TK7 V' 1 5 3 Ae ta&es no slander upon his tongue (|| AON la 11 ! v 2 ). Pi. Impf. 3 ms. ^"S! 2 S io 28 , 3 mpl. 6pJ1 Dt r 4 Jos 7 2 ; /me. inpi. fyl Jos 7 2 ; /n/. cstr. bnjj Nu 2i 32 + 5 t.; sf. B^ 2 S io 3 ; i><. pi. D^flO Gn 42 s + 1 1 t.; — 1. slander (cf. Qal), bit ^aya *V] 2 S 19 s8 . 2. go about as explorer, spy, c. ace. loc. Nu 21 32 Jos 6 a 7 2J 14 7 (all JE), Ju 18 2 (|| IPPI), ,M.S 2 g io 3 (|| Ipn), 1 Ch 19 3 , so also pt. Gn 4 2 30 (E), Jos 6 K (JE); pt., ace. om, as adj., D'bflD B^JK Jos 2 1 , cf. 6 s3 (both JE); as subst., spies 1 S 26 4 2 S 15 10 , and so perh. (as pred.) Gn ^a Mhl4MJM * (all E). Tiph. Pf. 1 s. D?3B$ *?{fj? Ho 1 1 3 / taught Ephr. to walk (si vera 1.; v. Ges S65h ). b^h (treader, fuller (cf. D33), soThes SS al.) v.'->rs, n. ra?c. t"»7a"5 adj. on foot;— *l B^N (after num.) footmen, esp. foot-soldiers, Ju 20 2 2 S 8 4 = 1 Ch 18 4 , 1 Ch i 9 ,8 (trehB in || 2 S io 18 ); elsewhere 'n as subst., usu. coll., of Isr. at Exod. Ex 1 2 37 Nu 1 1 21 (both JE) ; = foot-soldiery 1 S 4 10 15 4 2 S io" 1 K 20 s 2 K 13 7 ; n.pl. Dvai footmen, men on foot Je i2 s (opp. B'DIDn). t [jTi^a"!^] n. [f.] pi. denom. place of the feet, feet (cf. [rrit?Kip] sub I. E>Nl);— sf. vrorip place of his feet Ru 3 4 '; adv.=a< his feet v" + v 14 Qr (Kt V^JTID); =his feet Dn io 6 (opp. vnjnt).

y:n 

T D* f $~ n.pr.loc. (place of fullers, v. 7$ supr.); — in Gilead, 2S17 27 19 32 ; unknown; ® Pa>yfX(X)«/i, ©L Para/3«v. l"[D^n] vb. stone, kill by stoning (denom. 1 cf. 7pD; or orig. = throw, hurll NH B3"J throw at (rare); Ar. JH1. throw stones at, stone,also (from accompaniment of stone-throw- ing) revile, curse, cf. Eth. Clao; curse, AVe Held - 2. m,m i Aram . D yi ; ^ stone);— Qal Pf. 3 pi. consec. ttJT) Lv2 4 14 +2 t., sf. VOSSf Dt 21 21 ; Impf 3 mpl. ttftf Lv 20 16 - 27 , "ft Jos f" + 4 t.; at Waft Ev20 2 ,'^l 2Ch2 4 21 ; Inf.abs. WSJ Lv 24 16 Nu 15 35 ; cstr. Biinp 14 10 ; — stone, c. ace. pers. + D^asa Dt 2 1 21 (D), Nu 14 10 is 35 - 36 (P), + jasa Ez 1 6 40 Lv 20 227 (H) j + ace. |3K Jos 7 25 (JE),'Lv2 4 23 (P), 2 Ch 24 21 ; c. a pers. + ace. jas 1 K I2 18 =2 Ch io 18 ; c. ^5? pers. + acc. (3K Ez 23 47 ; c. ace. pers. alone Lv24 14 (P); c. a pers. alone, t«9f|; Dttl v 16 (P).— Syn. i»pD q.v. T [nQJl">] n.f. heap (of stones, then) crowd (of people ; si vera 1.); — sf. Bnpjn 1/T68 28 , but read probably DW31, v. [fiftyl]. T HClpO n. f. sling (1 ; implement of hurling stone? so @ al.; Thes al.stone-Jieapj; — '03 f3S -in?? p r 2 6 8 , v. esp. Toy. T 02n n.pr.m. (Thes cp. Ar. la.' friend; v.also Sab. Qn Hal 63 ' 4 ) ; — 1 Ch 2 47 , Pay«/x, Peyc/x, ©L Pcyim. tl|76 Q3T n.pr.m. exilic, Zc7 2 ; Apj3eo-«p o ^aatXfur. t P"l vb. murmur, whisper (NH id.; X Ithpe. backbite, slander); — 1. murmur (rebel- liously): Qal Pt. pi. D^Jil J s 2 9 24 murmurers; Niph. Impf. 3 mpl. OJQS V' 106 25 atti <A«y /rawr- mured in their tents, so 2 mpl. ^J^ril Dt i 27 . 2. whisper (maliciously), backbite, slander: Niph. P<. jn? oackbiter Pr 16 28 18 8 26 2022 . tl 17J"1 vb. disturb (NH Hiph. move to — T and fro; perh. transp. from Ar. 'Je.. disturb, Ba E88 );— QalP/.Jb26 12 Djn »3yi nb3 ; Pt- cstr. (Ges 654 " 6 1 ), Je 3 i"=Is5i IS D)n yji VJ3 WjTJl, Hiph. denom. from INT ma/fc« a twinkling, only 1 s. Impf. cohort. 11^3*1^ "I5H W PB"? and wAtte / would twinkle (= on^y /or a moment : cf. Jb 20 5 ) is the false tongue (opp. 1$ pan), Pr 12 19 (cf. De); and nyj-iK »| m

n^yp ttStntJ I w iU twinkle and(=I will in a moment, Ges' 120 *; cf. Hi) chase them away ' from it, Je 49 19 =50 44 . (Ba' " as suhst. = y3T, of the very rare type 'aqill; n- as Ges' 90 '.) tj^l n.m. a moment (NH id.; X Kj?n Ec9 12 : prob. properly a movement, i.e. twink- ling, of the eye ; cf. momentum, i. e. movimen- tum);— abs. '">, PJJ Nu i6 2I + , pi. D'yri;— a. j, 30 6 1BK3 ^ a moment (passes) in his anger (opp. UWU D«n); Is 54 7 jbjj "13 during o Zi'ttfe moment, b. usu. in adv. phrases : — (a) as adv. ace, (a) Ex 33 s inx "1 /or one moment, so '"I alone Is 54 s ; repeated Je 18 79 Van , . . yjT a < one moment . . . at another moment; (/3) in a moment, suddenly, ^ 6 n WJ WSJ OW^J, Je 4 20 IS47 9 Jb34 M . (6) VT& in a moment Jb2i 13 inn' PiSB* '131 (of a quick and painless death ; but see 34™ ^ 73 19 : Hoffm Buhl Beer Bu Du [cf. ® iv avanai™, X *$fJ2S] take Vf). (or rd. y-l"!) as subst. [a/II. V'i)] in tranquillity, of a peaceful death). So (c) ^| Nui6 21 =i7 10 yjns Dam n^aw, ^73". (d)'-i tef La 4". (e) y?]J *3| while a moment lasts Jb 20 5 . (/) ■""> Byt33 Zi'^e the littleness of a moment = for a little moment Is 26 20 Ezr 9". (</) pi. Cyj")^ 02/ moments, at every moment, Is 27 s Ez 26 16 6 nnm (so 32 10 ), Jb 7 l9 (|| D^^fj). •f II. J7 J I vb. be at rest, repose (prob.= Ar. ii, return, prop, return to rest, after wan- derings, etc.) ; — Niph. Imv. 2 fs. Je 47 s (of sword) be gathered into thy scabbard, 'JBjn

  • B'"H repose, and be still. Hiph. a. trans, give

rest to; — Inf.cstr. Je3i 2 iya"]ni) rbr I w iH g0 to give him (Isr.) rest, 50 34 fWfrm VTfi ]$& (on % v. Ges^'Dr ' 7 ' 24 ; read prob. 'B); Is 51 4 H"?8 D'W nwi> 'DBBtol usu . I will came my judgment (religion) to repose as, etc. (i. e. I will establish it; cf. D'E' 42*); but metaph. strange : hence Bachm Che Marti (joining to V s ) 'i?-!? (< 3-|£K 4 6 13 ) 3np« y/jnx fa a moment (I. V5T Hiph.) will I bring near, etc., Du y^-in 31.5, Oort Ry Kit Jig JWTa (cf. © iyyifa ra X i). b. intrans. rest, repose, Dt 28 s5 xi> Dnn D'lm FTP, Is 34" n7»J> ny/nn db>. So Ecclus 36 31 . tyJTl adj. restful, quiet, ^ 35 20 -"yr] bjf) |tt'BTP nione nyi p^, f the peaceful wor- shippers of tyiann n.[m.] rest (poet.), Je 6 16 WXOi nae'Dib 'b. tnyil"1Q n.f. rest, repose (poet.), Is 28 12 yiDE> n«k k^ 'on ntff -iok -is* (|| nrtuen). fill. ^J1 vb. harden (Eth. dVOi coagu- late, congeal : poss. a special development of Vi^j,.ll/-);—Jbf dkbji nty yan m y skin hardens, and (then) runs again (II. DKD), of the ulcers in elephantiasis. rflfj l] vb. be in tumult or commotion (Ar. ^JLLj make a vehement noise; BAiam. Aram. &f), *^i be disturbed, in tumult (X Ithp. often for HDH, a s f 46 s , flKB* laif 1 '-, Ua.cl^* for f^On ibid.); but Syr. usu. perceive, soNH Hiph., but Hithp. J all Mormily upon); — Qal Pf. 3 pi. f 2 1 1C3T why do the nations throng tumultuously 1 t[t±n] n.[m.] throng;— B>ri3 'I.Wu ^55'* used to walk t'n the throng (cf. jiDH 42 s , also to Bffot rva). t [ilttfin] n.f. throng;— cstr. fit* i>$[3 TVT ^64 3 ; so (of worshippers, cf. Cn) 68 OT , reading DnK/JI for B09p, Hup Pe Bi Che Bae Dr. t [ I J l] vb. beat out, fig. beat down, subdue (NH Pi. stamp or 6ea< o?otwi, make flat, spread out; X "H") beat out; cf. prob. Ar. j" repeZ, re/'ec< (No* 75 ); As. radddu is pursue (rare)); — Qal, fig., beat down : Inf. cstr. B*l V:d!> T^ IS45 1 ; JPt.acfnnn ^ey niiin ^1 44 s ;— 'so also Impf. Tl} Is 41 s ace. Ew al. (for MT TT, v . I. rm Hiph.).— Ju 1 9 11 rd. TV . Hiph! lit. beat out : Impf. 3 ms. anjrrnK . . . D'JWT^J *n»i 1 K 6 32 and beat out the gold upon the cherubim (covered them with beaten gold). T L~^ > ~T~1 J n - [ m> ] wide wrapper, or large veil (X J " KT-11 (esp. for Heb. fjpf); Syr. )^?» , appar. veil; Ar. 'Tl, is tvrapper);— sf. 'Tin Ct 5'; pi. BTPTJI Iss^^in list of women's finery). I *fy n.pr.m. fifth son of Jesse, ace. to I Ch 2 M ; ZaSSai, A Pab8at, ®L PeSai. fl- [Mil] vb. have dominion, rule, dominate (NH PTfl, J J ™ U"ln, chastise; Ar. i^j^ irearf, trample; Syr. )j» chastise, also (and so Ab. rnc/d) ^o, /ow); — Qal P/ 3 pi. consec. rri) IS14 2 Lv26' ; ; 2 mpl. Bn»TJ Ez 34 4 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. "TV Lv 25 s3 , HfTp L a i 13 , juss. "JV Nu 24 19 f 7 2"; 2 ms. r»ym Lv 2 s 43 ' ,6 , etc. ; Imv. rmo ms. TtT) + i io 2 ; mpl. vn Gn i 28 (Jo 4 13 v. 1X>) ; Inf. cstr. nil" Ez 29 15 : Pt. Kf 1 K 5* Is 14 6 ; sf. Q-p f 6S 28 '; pi. Dn*»n 1 Kf+z t;— have dominion, rule, over, usu. c. 3 pers. vel pop. 1 K 5 430 9*= 2 Ch 8 10 , Is 1 4 2 Lv 25 43 - 46ja 26 17 Ez 29 15 Ne 9 28 t49 u ; 3 of fish, etc., Gni 2628 ; afjtg f no 2 ; c. ace. pers. Ez 24* Is 1 4 6 (perh. + ace. cogn., v. ['"iy)n] infr.); ace. om. Nu 24 19 (3p5?!»), Je 5 31 ( + Dn'T"^y, y,TSh(2); vid. also in- genious conj. sub II. HT1 ; but < Gr TO teach), 1^72*; for n 5'!!"]?! La i 13 and it (the fire) pre- vailed against them (my bones), read perh. ilYJJ into my bones it descended (Bu). — DTI |/- 68 2s is dub.; Grill Hup-Now Che Du EHi?. T}] Ju g ».ii y IT* Hiph- /m ^ 3 ms yr D^Efl Is

1 2 and kings he causeth (him) to dominate; but 

apoc. form strange, read *!*>} (vS*n q.v.) Ew Di Du ; Tin: © Klo Che. T [iTTY-p] n.f. dominion ; — as ace. cogn. -ibn ^ariTie Is 14 6 , cstr. bef. el. (Ges }130d ; so most for MT t)TID q-v. sub e)Tl). t II. 71 II vb. scrape out (NH id., scrape or draw off, out (bread from oven)); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. B'jJ'iri '"' ^ u I 4 9b ou * °^ * ne carcass he scraped the honey (v. GFM) ; sf. VE13-7N WV$ v' J * he scraped it out into his palms; Buhl L " Du also DiTT - ^ 1 J e 5 31 , sc. gifts, money, fig. for making gain (most I. JIT q.v.). ^n n -p r - v - to. t [D*l"l] vb. Niph. be in, or fall into, heavy sleep (NH id.; cf. Ar. 7*. stop up (door, gap, etc.), whence perh. be deaf (stopped up) to sounds, etc.); — Pf. 3 ms. DTIJ Ju4 21 ; 1 s. 'WTO Dn 8 8 ; Impf. 3 ms. OTV^ Jon i 6 ; Pt. DT? Pr io 6 -i-3 t.; — be or fall fast asleep: Ju 4 21 Jon i 5 (after 33B*l) >v 6 (pt., Ges* 120b Da 8rnt - i70( '»); pt. as subst.TVi?? DV}J Pr io 5 ; of sleep of death ^7 6 7 ; stunning effect of awe and dread Dn 8 18 io 9 (both + nx-VK ["JM] »J|"i>8). TnOTiri n.f. deep sleep; — abs. 'n Gn 2 2 ' + ; cstr. TIDTin 1 S 26 12 ; — deep sleep, usu. c. ??J + -'y pers., and usu. by supernat. agency : ^ 'n 'K "> !«fi Gn 2 21 (J; © fwww), ?$? nba; 'n 15 12 (J; © id.), Jb 4 13 =33 15 (© [8f«A«] 4$°'), go * TIOTTFI r S 26 1 ' 2 (© Bdrfos), result of sloth- fulness (?y and pers. om.) Pr 19 15 ; fig. for insen- sibility of spirit, 'n rjn "> na^j? ijpj i 8 29'°. T ]"TI n. pr. loc. vel gent. Rhodes, Hhodians, so read, '1 V)3, EZ27 15 (for MT IT! 'J 3 , v. 'T 1), ® Sta Co Berthol Toy Krae.

(rp-, 

TD^VYil n.pr.gent. pi. Khodians; — iCh i 7 , 'P08104 ; and so || Gnio" (for D'jTl q.v.).

  • 1 T I vb. pursue, chase, persecute

(NH id., Aram. ITj, ^?» ; Ar. JZi' ; Sab. spl id., SabDenkm N °- 71 - 2 );— Qal 1!g P/ 3 ms. 'l Ju

16 + ; 1 s^RS-lTl Je2 9 18 , etc.; Tmp/. »|T£ Dt 

19 6 + , tHJ i/' 7 6 (appar. to give choice of Qal or Pi, KiJHMichBae al.; Ges 5e3n expl. as developed from "fry, c f. Ol* 236 ', and, further, Ko 1160 ), sf. 1STP Ez 3 5 6 - 6 , etc.; 7ww. ms. fTl Gn 44 4 + , sf/ins-n ^ 34 » ; mp l. WjTJ Ju 3 s8 + ; /«/. csir. *1't£ Jos 8 ,6 + , *|TjD 1 S 2 3 :8 2 S i8 16 , sf- *T3 ^38 21 Qr, *m Kt,' etc.; Pt. *]T Ju 4 22 +,pl. E'rn 8 4 +;— 1. a. pursue (sts.+J'BVt): lit. c. ,- ?nX pers., in order to overtake Gn 44* (J), 2 K 5 21 ; esp. with hostile purpose Gn 31 23 ( + P , 3in), 35 5 Jos 2 4 6 (all E), 2 5 - 7 - 7 8 1616 - 17 io 19 (JE), Dt n 4 19 6 Jos 20 5 (all D), Ex i 4 4 - 8 - 9 (P), Jui 6 2 S 20 6 - 710 ' 13 2K 9 27 +i7 t, +2K25 5 (in*), + Ju 4 16 (3?'in nns); +"im <BT! Ju 3 s8 = follow me (as leader ; but this meaning not elsewhere ; rd. VT] © Kit GFM). b. lit., c. ace. pers., put to flight, chase (defeated foe ; sts. c. J'frn): Ami 11 H08 3 Dt 3 2 30 (poem; || D^n), 28 s245 Jos23 ,0 (D), Lv26 88 (H); b*p Qm (|TJ| ty n^y v 361 (H); Jos f 8 24 io 10 11 8 (all JE),' Gn i4^Dt i 44 Ju 4 s2 Is 4 i 3 + 13 t. + Ju 7 s5 (rd. ~m for ■i'K, © 93 % GFM Bu Now), tc. lit., ace. om. Ju8 4 1 S 30 8 (+3^7), v 10 Gn 14" Ex 14 s3 (P), 15 9 (poem; +2 , ?n), Lv 26 3Cb - 37 (H), Pr 28 1 ; esp. pt. pi. *MJ the pursuers Jos 2 1616 - 22 - 22 Ne 9 11 Is 30 16 , so *)T*W Jos 8 20 La i 6 . td. chase, hunt, partridge (*P.P) 1 S 26 20 (in sim.; || 8"E?). te. pwrsMe, in fig., Je 20" La4 19 , WbtTf »"f) f 71", cf. Lai 3 ; ^7 6 ( + 3 , ?'n; v . supr.); esp. subj. ' , , pursue (fig. of punishment, judgment), c. ace. pers. Je 2 9 18 (3-jna), La 3 43 and (*|*|) v 6fl , ^ 8 3 16 O^e?) ; ^l 1 ? ^ ^rn^ Jb 1 f (II jn" 1 .^ ); DSTl, of " ?$)v, V^35 6 . +f. fig. persecute, harass, c. ace. pers. Dt 30 7 Jb 19 22 (?X"iC|), ^69" 109 16 ii9 s6lri ; c. ace. 'E'W 143 3 , c. ace. ■TO"!} Jb30 15 (but subj. obscure; read perh. "JTJ? Bu; Du c ll|' T i) ; c. 7 pers. Jbig 28 ; pt.assubst.Je I5 ls i7 18 f 7 2 3 i 16 (|| ^«ta ; We BIIO for "' 1 T?), 35 3 1 1 9 M - ,57 ( + ^X), 1 4 2 7 . t g. pursue, dog, subj. M, c. ace. pers. Ez35 ,; - 6 (delv*@ Co Toy Krae); in good sense, attend closely upon, ^H) 31Q 'MBTP ^, 23 s . t2. fig. follow after, aim to secure : in bad sense, c. ace. D , 30pE' Is i 23 , 13B' S'V&HIJ "> H012 2 , nsr 'sp f u 9 160 ; good ■mo

rm t[TVVD, KG" 1 ' 127 '] a.[m.] restlessness, straying (?);-sf. 1™ *fl La 3"; pi- sf. *J nnncfl JT3y La i 7 (rd. prob. nTTiD No" """ (MB) - "•J; pi. DnVlD D , !?^l Is58 7 ,usu. Conor, the wan- dering (homeless) yoor (Di thinks old Qal pass. Pt.; Che *"" •rds.Hoph.D'TJID; Buhl L "Hiph. D'TID; Kb u • , • l2!, takes MT as abstr. for concr. [appos. of 'VI] ; so Du Che 81 * ['VI gloss], read perhaps pt. D ,- 1"J (o dittogr.)). trJTW] vb. be saturated, drink one's till (NH in der. spec; Ar. fj*j ; Eth. L(D Aram. T), )o»);— Q* 1 P / 3 "" consec - "TOI dead je'46 10 , fig. of sword (Ipvab', nja») 5 <np/ 3 mpl.

a |Pf? CHS *3° 9 (Ges' 75u ) fig.

of men (|| Dpf!?); 1 pi. B*fl Wl) Pr 7 18 toe WtZ2 tafe <wr /« 0/ fow (|| nDi>yn3). Pi. pf. 3 fs. flTiyi Is 34 s , T) consec. v 7 ; 1 s. consec. ^MTJ Je

u ; Imrf. 1 s. sf. ^Jfa« Is 10 ° ( read P rob - 

TOS MargcHs*"- 1 - 8 *"- 1 '* 8 " '*- 190148 , vid. also Ki5 ui»f.. >^-}K Sta S634e aes' 7 ""); 3 mpl. sf. TJV Pr 5 19 ; >M/ ffl6 «- "0 r-65 11 (Ges' 11 ");— 1- intens.ie m<<mca<ea*, drMra/c IS34 6 , fig.of sword; 4. D'TO v 7 , of land (|| fjfl'). 2. causat., drench, water abundantly, c.acc. O^?? («ttbj.^)j Isi6 9 c. acc.pers. + ^VD" 1 ! material ; saturate (fig.), sate, fB*l D»gjbn (*$$""« Je3i ,4 (|lsnk); sexually, n'T! ifrfi Pr 5' 9 . Hipb. Pf. 3 ma. Win Is 55>°, rf.

  • Kf) La 3 16 ; 2 ms. sf. ^n-nri Is 43"; 1 s. WYiri

Je3i :s ; Pt. Wip Pr n 25 ; — «atora<e, water, c. ace. p« Is 55' (subj. 3^E>, DB>3); cause to drink (fig.), c.acc. pers. etrei (n3J&) La 3 15 (|| ^yabn) ; c . acc.pers.onl y (B*B3)Je 3 i 25 (|l , nN l a?),abs.Pri i 25 ; of Isr. satisfying DW| 3^n Is 43". Hoph. /mp/. tO> (flVT?) Pru 25 v.Toyand WV p.432. t*n n.[m.] moisture (for »T) Sta t,,7c , or

  • T! Ko lu ' M ; cfn."?);— abs.3V T nntp: na Jb 3 7".

'Hi"! adj. watered; — ms. 'l , of garden |? (in sim.) Je3i 12 Is 58 11 ; fs. nyin Dt29 18 (opp. n v??? ; appur. of herbage, in proverb, expres- sion for everything); perhaps also cstr. HJ1 Jb 10^— sated with affliction (for nsi), v. [n?")]. trtjn n.f. saturation (Lag BJi51160 );— abs. "1 "p ^ 2 3 6 (fig.), i. e. is well-filled Ges* M c ; in gen. "1? 66 12 , but Vrss and most mod. ^)]^to (a place of) refo'e/. njmi v. narn 8U b am. m*1 (Vof foil.; prob. breatlie, blow (v. Gerber 46 ); cf. Syr. — i breathe j Ar. ^1J 6«  windy; Eth. C(h flabdlo ventilare, ventulum facere ; Ar. 1j ; breath, wind, sjririt, _j, somZ, spirit; NH nn, Aram, ■^■n, Lio*» wind, breath, sjririt; also NH nn, Aram. N n n, LL.5, all oiowr; NH EH, 0" (usu. Hiph.), X Syr. Aph., all smelt). TVn n.f. Gn41 ' 8 (less oft. m. KxKUS+ ) breath, wind, spirit; — abs. 'n Gn8' + , HPirj 3e^2 a ; cstr. rxn Gn 6" + ; sf. Wl v 3 + , inn f 1 04 s0 + , etc.; pi. nlrrn v 4 + , nini j e 49 36 , nnn Nu 16 22

6 16 (v.Br rm,BOT ' JBLllI(19W) ' ,32ff -, full statement 

of all passages); — tl. breath of mouth or nostrils (33 t.): a. VS nn Jb 15 30 breath of his mouth, cf. 19"; U'BK DTI La 4 20 (fig. of king), of idols D3 nn si> JeI0 14 =5I 17 ,Hb2 1!, VI35 ,7 ; cf. Jb 9 18 . b. as mere breath : cf. 2 e. nvrnin Jbi6 3 i.e. windy words; "10K {*>£ B^S Jb 6 26 , ranb vn] D'K'aan j e 5 13 . c. as word 0/ command: (1) of God': "!?3 If nna (1BTJ3) nsax ^ 33 6 , cf. Is 34 16 (II HS) ; (2) of Messianic king : VBH n-Tp; Vna^ rfiia I s 1 1 *. d. as hard breathing through the nostrils in anger : (1) of God : ^?! te« Pino Jb 4 9 Ex 1 5 s (poem), 2 S 2 2 16 = ylri8",ls36*59 w ; (2) of man: DT1V 5*1 Is 25 4 . e. as sign and symbol of life : D"D rnn 6r«a<A o/Zt/« Gn6 17 7 15 (P); 1f»> Q^D nn np^3 Gn 7 s2 (P) ; Ez 37 6 ,cf. v 6 - 8 " 9 ""(breath or sjririt), Ec 3 19 . 2. wtnd (1 1 7 t.): a. wind of heaven : Gn 8 1 (P) Ex 15 10 (E) Nu 1 1 31 (J) 1 K i8 45 + , Je io 13 , thence 5 1 16 ^ 135 7 ; "" nn Ho 1 3 16 IS40 7 , cf. Jb 26 13 (Di Bu); t r a , "!i?(n) C"n east wind Ex io l313 i4 21 (J)^48 8 Jei8 17 Ezi7 ,0 i 9 ,2 2 7 26 Jon 4 8 ; tP 3 ?^ north wind Pr 25 211 ; +D' ^«ea Mti (west wind) Exio I9 (J); tDi'n '1 <^ay wiinJ, evening wind Gn 3 8 (J ; cf. Ct2 ,7 4 6 ); iWft rSrw four winds Je 49 s6 Ez 37 s (quarters?) Dn 8 9 1 1 4 (fig. quarters ; cf. b), Zc 2'° 6 6 ; rnyD nil storm wind + 107* i48 8 Ez I«(ltV^ "), 13 1113 ; nyD Pin rushing wind iff 55" (read poss. mj?D Hup); Inn rjjya i 8 n» (,-ead 't Dsva, v . PJ, Di'V), etc. ; wind personif. : nn ^Bjia 2822" = ^ 18", 104 3 , cf. Ho 4. 19 -^ 104 4 . b. quarter (of wind), side: D'lJjn nn Ez 42 lf ' east side; nn pBJtn v 17 north side; DiTHH nn v 18 south side; Djn nn v 19 west side; rtWl VaiS v 20 1 Ch 9 s4 /owr sides; i" 1 ^"]! 36^2^ on the sides, c. breath of air : D^na nn »KB> Je 1 4 6 ; Dp*?? «a; «b nn Jb4i 8 . d. air, gas, from womb (dub.): 1E3 rm

rm rm «■$; Is26 18 (Di, e); Dspash eta Dsrm (rv breath) Is 33" (Du, 3 c). e. vain, empty thing : £0 D 1 " 1 Jb f my life is wind ; rm nyn 15 2 ; Dd*?C? ,n ™ P*" 1 Is 4 1 29 ; 0" TO"! striving for wind *Ec I M 2 1117 - 26 4" 6 9 ; cf. I« 4 16 5 15 - t3. spirit, as that which breathes quickly m animation or agitation = temper, disposition (76 t.; so, distinctively, as compared with E'SS and 33?) : a. spirit, animation, vivacity, vigour: pin niy na n;n s6 iKio 6 =2Ch9 4 ; yrvn nrn» n-;p 1 k 21 5 ; 'nn 'nni Gn 45 s (E); irm ami Ju'i5 19 1 S30 12 . b. courage : "1 TO D3 rM j6 Joss'; DT3J '"> "*?! ^76"; °HVO ^ "i? 3 ?,! Isi 9 3 ; 'rm eitsynn ,/, 77 4 142 4 143 4 ; nDjj si 1 ? '1 TO Jos 2"; W&JB ^??3> tf'K "> Pr 18". O. temper, esp. aw^«r: "131 T? n VT B*" 1 Ju 9 a J *? nnii nnsn 8 s ; irm? btfo Pr 16 32 , cf. 25 s1 29" Jb 1 5 ,3 ; T 'WTI^J VWn Zc 6 8 ; Ec 7 9 1 o 4 . d. impa- tience or patience: tJTI "ISp Ex6 9 (P) impatience, hastiness of temper, cf. (of *») Mi 2 7 ; nrmxp Pri4 M (||D:ss in*$); »}0? nn wpjrn Jb32 19 (Du breath; Di Bu diw'ne *ptri<, cf. v 8 ); DN ^rm -ixi?rrs6 yvro Jb2i 4 ; nmxp t n Mi2 7 ; '1 17? Ec 7 8 . e. spirit, disposition, as troubled, bitter, or discontented; (l)nn dyERl (Ai«) spirt was troubled Gn4i 8 (E) Dn 2 3 , cf. v"; rm nib Gn 26 35 (P) bitterness of spirit; "1 raWg Is 54 6 , cf. Ez 3 14 Jb 6 4 . f. as crushed : nnrpi 0rr$9 Ez 2 1 12 , cf. Is 6 1 3 Pr 1 5 413 1 7 a 1 8 14 V' 1 43 7 . g. dispositional various kinds, oii. unaccountable and uncontrollable impulse : nwTIK *vyn 1 Ch 5 M - 26 2Ch2i 16 3 6 w Ezri 1 - 5 Je5i" Hg> 1414 ; ^n rmi3|n(i)3 2 Ki9 7 =Is37 7 ; Nui4 24 (J; v. D? 4 b), Mai 2 1516 - 16 Dt 2 30 ; nK3i? rm jealous dis- position Nu5 ,414 - 30 (P); D^Yrrn Ho4 12 5 4 ; nil D'jny Is 19"; b^? O 51 " 1 28 s ; cn'^s nn neta srw i3(administrative)Gn4i 38 (E); Won 0<N n'mp. Pr 1 7 s7 . h. prophetic spirit : "fta e"K_ y^in; ia nn Nu 27 19 (P; or g, as Gn 41 38 ); tnjB nri ye"?K-^y 2K2 15 , cf. v 9 ; nDTin nn sp t yi< 0/ rfeep sleep (ecstatic, cf. Gn2 21 15 12 , but Di al. g, as Is I9 14 ) Is 29 10 ; Mi 2"; n?CBn tfn Zc i3 2 (of lying proph.), cf. Ez 13 3 . t4. spirit of the living, breathing being, dwelling in the "'K/a of men and animals, || E>D3 (25 t.): a. gift and creation of God: irjjf D"1K 0n T^ ZC12 1 ; "SK? ni^K Pin Jb 27 s , cf. Is 42 s . b. God pre- serves it: Wl "T^Tn^P Jbio 12 , cf. 12 10 ; -i£a ^ab nhnn vptj Nui6 22 2 7 16 (P); nirm jah Pr 1 6 s . c. it is therefore God's spirit : Gn 6 s (J; v. PI ad fin.), d. it departs at death: i^78 3 ' (Dr a wind that passeth away 2 e); Wl «n Is 38" (Di principle of life), + 146 4 ; esp. I04 wao Jb 17 1 34 14 (cf. v"), Is 57" Ec 8 88 (wind Wild); rmn ^.fni? n* Vf% Ec ri 5 , cf. 3 21 ; over ag. njn? "irti D'n^Kn - ^ aitw rmri I2 7 ; »nn Ti?SS ^JTa ^ 3 i«. "e. disembodied being (dub., Di Du breath of wind): 'SB^y rjWJ 'PD! Jb4 15 . tS. «ptn'< as seat of emotion =^33: a. desire (poss. 3 g), Is 26" (|j B*B3). b. sorrow, trouble (prob. 3 e), Jb 7" (|| S5>33). — 1 S i 15 v. nS'iJ. f6. occasionally (and late) = seat or organ of mental acts, || 3?, or synon. with it: nnpn nnEx28 3 Dt 34" (both P; prob. 3g); nn "yn Is29 24 ,cf. Jb 20 3 (HiBu Vuwind of Job's words), iff 7 7' (@ Sym 57 8 - 8 4.); nans rm v 14 ; ^rm nznjEx 35 21 (P;"cf. 3 ? 3H3 T Ex 35 5 - 22 (P) jOjjA t8. nvi esp. of moral character; also = 3.3; nc'in nn Ez n 19 18 31 36 26 ; 'rm v 27 Is 59 21 ('rm, II 1^; but prob. prophetic spirit 9 b) ; c^-jn a.? Ezi8 31 36 26 ; nn nas i S 66 2 ; rm 'Nai ^ 34 19 (cf. IW«nJ 3? is 57 15 );' nn naun? i s 65 14 (cf. 3f); n-OE>3 nn ,/, 5 i» (|| -ot?j a ?( c f. a? na^j 34" i s 6 1 ') ; ^32' Pru 13 i6 I8 ^78 8 Ec 7 8 (cf. 3? na? p r 16 5 ); nn bsf p r 16 19 29 s3 Is57 is ; D , ??K i 0" v 15 (cf. 3 f). t9. spirit of God (94 t. ; not D or Je or any Deut. writer; conception of its activity in inspiring prophecy prob. discredited from abuse by false prophets, v. S033, X33): a. as inspiring ecstatic state of prophecy, Nu n "•*•»•*>■» (J), 1 S io« 10 (cf. v 6 ), 19 2023 ; as inciting to deeds of frenzy, in the ecstatic state ; hence conceived as nyi D'rpX '">

S I6 16 • 15 • 1 ^=' , rw? njn " y u =nyn '» *i nbs 
8 10 (other narrative) =ny-l * *l i 9 »; 'k't 16 s3 

= ny-in rm v 23 , cf. rmn 1 k 2 2 ,l ="»i?B' 1 v 2223 = 2 T C T hI8 20 • 21 • 22 =" , nn'iK22 M =2 Ch i8 a ; cf. also (in earlier prophets) nnn t5"N, i.e. one possessed by the spirit in the ecstatic state, || >Pa|n Ho 9 7 ; "• nn Mi 3 8 (|| flfc) is prob. gloss (We Now); Wl ^ IS30 1 ; rm dealing with Ezek.: Ez 2 3 3 121424 8 3 1 1 1524 (Co gloss), 37 1 43 s (all implying ecstatic state of vision), cf. Elijah 1 K 18 12 2 K 2 16 . b. spirit as impelling proph. to utter instruction or warning(higher and later conception) : transition prob. Nu 24' 2 S 23 s 1CI112 18 ; elsewhere in Ch. : 2Chi5 l 20 14 24 20 ; distinctly in Is 2 , 48 16 , cf. 61 1 ; so of ancient rvn

D11 prophets, Zc 7 12 Ne 9 s0 , cf., of future prophetic gift, Jo 3 12 . c. imparting warlike energy, and executive and administrative power : (1) to D-iCD't?, D^BnD, Dy^D, of ancient Isr.: HW Wtt by** Ju 3 10 ii 29 , cf/6 34 13- 6 14 619 15 11 1 s ii 6 i6 ls -"; bo also DhDD nn Uyy_ nny". 1JJ IS32 15 ; (2) resting upon Messianic king: Is 11 222 ; upon servant of'*, 42 1 . d. late, as endowing men with various gifts : technical skill Ex 31 3 35" (P); understanding Jb 3 2 8 (|| ^ np?% poured out by divine wisdom Pr i 23 . e. as energy of life : D?Sn »JB*bj? flBmO D'nS? ATI Gn i 2 (P); 'Jnjv ^S TOT Jb 33' (|| •"& Wfi); as vital power, opp. ~W%: I831 3 ; in cherubic chariot: Ez i 12 , cf. v 20 - 21 10 17 ; reviving Israel Ez 39 w Zc 12 10 Is 44 3 . f. =ancient angel of the presence and later Shekina : iBHiJ '"> Is 63 io.n_/, «, V H ( = V3B IJg^D v 9 ), cf. '•<*- 106 33 ; so also ^"ji? /-| f 5 1 " (in national prayer), cf. Ne 9 20 ^ 143 10 ; proph. of restoration conceive of the divine spirit as standing in their midst and about to fulfil all divine promises : ,r flT D?3ta? ITJDjJ Hg 2 5 , Zc 4 6 ; this conception cul- minates in TVTi — divine Presence, and as such omnipresent, jr 139" (|| l^? ', cf- v 8 ). PTH n.m. Je48 - U soent, odour (prop. breath) ;— abs. Ct 2 13 + , usu. cstr. Gn 8 21 + ; sf. inn Je 4 8 n Cti 12 , Wn Ex 5 21 ;— 1. *cera«, odour, of plants and fields Gn 2 7 27 (JE) Ct I 12 2 3 4 11 7 14 Ho 14 7 , of ointments Ct i 3 4 10 , of pers. and garments Gn 2 7 s7 - 27 ( JE) Ct 4 11 7 9 , of water Jbi4 9 ; fig. of influence, reputation Ex 5" (J) Je48". 2. term, techn., niTJ rn odour of soothing (to God), tranquillizing odour (of ascending sacrifices, v. niV3) Gn 8 21 (J), elsewh. Ez 6 13 16 19 20 2841 and P : Ex 2 g wibM Lvi 9 + 16 t. Lv, Nu i5 3 + 17 t. Nu. tDTl] v1j - denom. Hiph.(?), smell, per- ceive odour; — Impf. 3 ms. nnj Jb 39 s6 , m* iS26 ,9 -f2t.; ni>l Gn8 21 ; 3 mpUin'T ^115^ fjjpj Dt 4 s9 , etc.; 7w/. cstr. nnn Ex 30 38 ', etc.;— smell, c. ace. Gn 8 21 27 s7 (JE), 1 S 26 19 ; abs. Dt4 28 + H5 6 ; metaph. kw innna j u 16 9 , pnj nonpp Jb 39 s the horse scenteth battle; c. 3 Ex 30 38 Lv 26 s1 (both P) ; metaph. = delight in Am 5 21 Is 1 1 3 (prob. dittogr. Br MP202 ). t n*n vb. be wide, spacious (NH id., extend (intrans.), WJ t^We «;>ace; Ar. ' jj 6e wta« (between thighs), and deriv.; cf. perhaps Eth. dltD: make open, open (der. spec; Di 293 ); Aram, Of] 6e wide (usu. fig. as Heb.), «,», „.o» 6« wide, enlarged); — Qal Pf. 3 ms.'n, sq. ^ pers. 1 S 1 6 a fig. there was enlargement, relief, for Saul ; Impf. 3 ms. y niT Jb32 20 that </*ere may 6e relief for me. Pu. P<. pi. W^TO Je22 14 spacious (of rooms ; || ni"TO )T3). TlTH n.m. 1. space, interval Gn 32 17 (E; T? 1 < • • P?). 2. respite, relief, Est 4". trim - ) n.f. respite, relief ;— abs. '"I Ex 8" (J); sf. Vinp. La 3 56 (EwLbhr Bu Comm - Vim* my outcry ; then del. T'V'!?' & s gloss); rd. nnVW also for MT Wjj; ,/, 66 12 (v. sub Wl). rrn v. rm. tt : t D1T vb. be high, exalted, rise (OHeb., Ph., OAram., Palm., all in n.pr.; Sab. in D ,- i epith. dei et regis Fell ZMG1,v(I900 >- 25f - also in n.pr. Mordtm ,b " I(I876) - 36 SabDenkm N °- "■ >• ' ; Ar. J, be high, dial, of Oman (Jayakar""'- 813 ' 875 ) and Zanzibar (p r a z *G*""w«».™) ; Eth. in deriv.; Aram. D"i, «o» (very often in der. spec, and deriv.)); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. DT Dt8 14 + ; 3 fs. ."ten iS2'+; nosni Zc 14 10 v. Dtn ; 3 p l. «n Pr 30 13 V 131 1 , »3 Jb 22 12 (Baer Gi ; Ges i* 1 ); Impf. WV l8 3 o 18 + , juss. DT Nu 2 4 7 , DTI Ho 1 3 6 Ez 1 o 4 [&5I Ex 1 6 20 v. D»n] ; 3 mpl. pDT Ig 49 " f etc.; Imv. ms. nipri | 2 i 4 + ; Inf. cstr. Dn Dt 17 20 Ez io 16 , rns jut* [Bae conj. DT3], s f. DDil Ez io 17 (Ges' 72 '"); Pt. D"J Is 6' + , pl. D"tn 2 13 +, cstr. 11 !?! ro 33 , etc.;— 1. a. be high, lit. rock (in fig.) i/c6i 3 (fO comp.); 6e («<:«  ow) high, *HPj Jb 22 12 (of stars), esp. pt., = adj., in gen. Is 2 12 (+Hp), of mts. v" Dt 12 2 , hill Ez6 13 20 28 34 6 , throne IS6 1 , trees=tall 2 13 Ez I7 22 , cf. (in fig.) Isio 33 (Wrtpn Vgn) ; human stature Dt I 28 (ft? comp.), 2 102 ' 9 2 ; D'D") f 7s 69 AetgrAte (of heaven; || H?); 0*9"} of inhab. of heavens Jb 2 1 22 . b. esp.of' Kto DT Is57 15 , cf. + 1 3 8 6 , + D^yn-^|-by 99 2 , Dfi II3 2. be raised, uplifted: a. of highway IS49 11 (made high, put in order); voice, Dt27 14 (pt. = adj.) uplifted, b. fig. : of hand, symbol of might, Dt 32", + ^5? pers. Mi 5 s ; of Isr. in Exodus nDT T t 3 Ex 14 8 Nu 33 3 (both P); of V 8 hand Is 26«  f 89 14 (|| ftri); fig. of presumption Nu 15 30 (P); no-j yhj of might Jb 38 15 ; of eyes, fig. of arro- gance Pr6 ,7 3 o 13 ^i3i 1 (|| *^> PI33), so 18 28 , but IJ 2 S 2 z 28 of pers. ; of heart, fig. of reckless elation, Ho 13 6 Dt 8 14 Ez 31 10 (^333, || Rn33 HDipS) Dn 1 1", + |P pers. Dt 1 7 20 ; of horn' fig* on

DYl of triumph I S 2 1 (song), yj/ 89® (v 18 see Hiph.), 1 1 2 9 , so head 27 s ( + 7? pers.), 1 40 9 (join lew to v 10 , but read &% Che, cf. Hup-Now), c. of pers., be exalted (in fig.), king Nu 24' (JE ; + IP comp.; || KfcW); of God ( i.e. shew his exaltation) Is3o' 8 2S22 47 =^i8 47 , ^2i 14 46 1111 , + D!W^n)-5»8 57 6 - I2 'io8 6 ; *? 13}? Is52 13 , V 8 people ^89; rebellious 66 7 (Qr; Kt Hipli.: sliew exaltation); worthlessness (personif.)^ri 2 9 ; of city Pr n n . 3. be lifted, rise, of ark, pNH-^D Gn 7 17 (J), so of cherubim Ez 10' 6 , cf. v 17 ; *■ 1133 v 4 (31131 7$)p).— Pr 24 7 v. i.TliOtO p. 910b. Po'lel Pf. 3 fs. sf. Winch Ez 3 i 4 ; 1 s.

  • IBp*n Is i 2 23 4 ; /m/i/ 3 ms. DDVV Ho n 7 , sf.

^ppii? f 27 s , ^BK*V1 37 34 ; 1 s. sf. VUDOiW Ex i5 2 '(Ges S681 ), etc. (DoiitC v. Hithpol.) ; 'imv. mpl. lOtpil f99 5 - 9 ; ira/ c««r. DDfip Ezr 9'; P«. DDilD i's2 7 , sf. 'cpiio ^ 9 14 , f. TODh ^n8 16 (D om., Hup-Now Bae; cf. KB'- 454 ); — 1. a. raise, rear, children Is I 2 23 4 (both || 71?). b. cause tree to grow, subj. Dinn Ez 31 4 (|| 713). C. rear, erect, temple Ezr 9'. 2. lift up: a. in fig., ace. pers., subj. '» ^ 27 s ( + 11X3) ; + fD comp. 2 S 2 2 49 =n//'i8 49 , + Qfrom 9"; ace. om. Ho 1 1 7 (si vera 1., cf.We Now), b. raise waves of sea, subj. wind, yjr io7 2 c. exalt, ace. pers., subj. *■ Jb 17 4 (read perh. DC1FI, so Bu, cf. Di), + 37 M ( + HS! "ST) ; ace. om. 1 S 2 7 f 1 1 8 16 (in victory) ; subj. wisdom, ace. pers. Pr 4 s , cf. "Ipl? MrDOiTTl 14 34 . 3. exalt, extol, ace. , f 30 2 , || niis i s 25 1 ^nS 28 , ||iinnfn 99 5 - 9 , |.?jn

32 , || *31 145', || iny« Ex'15 2 ; ace. * DB' 
  • 34 4 (II £i*)- Po'lal /m;)/ 3 fpl. r^OpTMJ

^ 75 11 6« Zi/W up, of horns (cf. Qal 2 b)j P/. 3 ms. DOill 66 17 arcd Ae was extolled (so Ki al. ; but v. DoM'infr.); Pi.DpilO Ne9 5 ea;<o«erf,of'i's name (cf. Folll 3), + '31 nfjrTS"^'. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. Cii 1 K 1 1 27 + ; 2 ms. nionn 2 K 1 9" ^89", nbini Nu 3 1 29 ; 2 mpl. consec. Onbim 1 8 M , etc. ; 7»n/>/ 3 ms. D*V Gn 4 1 44 + , juss. DTP Nu 1 7 2 1 S 2 10 , Qi'n Ex 7=°+ , sf. nion^. Gn 31", etc.; /mu.ms. Din Exi 4 16 Us* 1 , "r^ f74 3 , etc.; Inf.cstr. Wm Is 1 o 15 + , sf. Win Gn 39 18 , etc.; Pt. D'lO Ex 35 24 + , etc.;— 1. a. (1) raise, lift, c. ace, hand Ex 17 11 (E), Nu 20 11 (P), + ""7*? (in oath) Gn 1 4" cf. (Offfify) Dn 1 2 7 , + 3 pers. against 1 K 1 i 2627 ; feet, OV^t ^74% i.e. run ( + 7 dir.); hand or foot Gn4i 44 (E), i.e. make any movement (hyperb.) ; head j/iio 7 (As. ulld rehi D1 BWB62 *), cf. » ,- V 140 9 (so rd., v. Qal 2 b); face," 1 v§ Ezr 9 s ; hand of another, subj. n , fig. of giving strength to, ^ 89' , so head 3 4 ; c. ace. of rod Is 10" Ex I4 16 (P), tTffl TOES 7 20 (E) ; rod subj., c. ace. rei Is 10". (2) raise poor fi , 3K j c . JO loc. 1 S 2 8 ^i 13'. b. lift up voice Gn 39 15 "*(J; both + Nip), Is 40 9 - 9 (acc. om.), 58 1 Ezr3 12 ; -f^nna Ez2i 27 , nhsirna

Ch 5"; + 7 pers. Is 1 3 s ', 3$ Jb 38 s4 , + ty pers. 

against 2 K i9 22 =Is 37 23 ; 7*ipa D'lfl 1CI115 16 . C. (take into one's hand and) lift, take up, stone Jos 4* (JE ; i»3tr7$>), kg (of sacrif. meal) 1 S 9 24 , mantle 2 K 2 13 , axe 6 7 (acc.om.), yoke Ho 1 1 4 (09*0^5?), censers Nu 1 f (P ; + P3P), ashes Lv 6 3 . d. set up, erect, stone as '13S1? Gn 3i 4i (E); standard, + 7K of people Is 49 22 , 7$? 62 10 . e. set on high, throne, ->N '3313> ?ypp Is 1 4 1S ; nest (subj. IK'S) Jb 39 27 . f. lift up, exalt, c. ace. pers., subj. '" 1 K14 7 16 2 f 89 20 (all c. IP), •f 75 s (opp. ^Bfl); subj. I^i? P^ 35 , cf. 14 29 ; c. ace. lip, in both good and bad sense (cf. Qal 2 b) 1 S 2 10 La 2 17 (Diipi>), f 8 9 18 (Kt ; Qr Qal), 92 11 148 14 V'75 5 ' 6 ; but 1 Ch 25 s sound the horn; inf. = exaltation ^75'; 66 7 v. Qal 2 c. 2. Ziyi «p and take away, remove, c. ace. !1"lDJ?n Ez 21 31 (|| I'pn); ace. rei + IP loc. Is 57 14 , Lv 2 9 4 M, 6"; =do away with, D3"n'Bnji Ez 45 s (by? of people), Tprn Dn8" (Kt; Qr Hoph.);=set apart, D3C Nu 31 28 (IP pers.). 3. lift off and present, contribute, offer: a. to *•, c. ace. cogn. norm , Ez 45 1S 4 8 8 - 20 Nu 1 5 2020 (P), Ex 35 54 (P); + '^ Ez 45 l 4 8 9 Nui5 19 18 1924 31 52 ; " npnn I 8 26 ( + IP rei), v 8229 (all P); 'RTTS 71 Ezr 8*. b. c. ace. rei, + 'v Lv 22 15 . c. contribute, ace. rei, 7 pers. (for sacrif.), 2 Ch 30 2424 35 7 - 8 (ace. om.), v 9 . Hoph. Pf. 3 ms. DILI Ex 29 s7 , Din Dn 8" Qr (Kt Hipb.); Impf. 3 ms. D1V LV4 10 ; — be taken off from (IP) Lv 4 10 (P), cf. Ex 2<f (P; I1 13*'); ot abolished Dn 8" Qr (cf. Hiph. 2); Bev (after ®) ins. Pi. D110 after ITOn v 13 . Hithpol. Impf. 3 ms. ?«"?3"?y ?Wr?J Dpiin^l Dn 1 1 36 and he shall exalt and magnify himself above, etc.; 1 s. (n assim.) DpilX Is 33 10 (Ges 564e K6' 454 ) / wt7? raise myself ( + CflpX, KbaK). ' D^l, D"1 n.[m.] height, haughtiness (prop, inf.); — abs. 'l, 1. height, loftiness, 0)OV P»vb n^ ~k Pr 2 5 3 ; c str. D!? 1 "?! OH fig. of haughtiness Is IO 12 (|| 33.^713), Pr2i 4 (||3b-3ni); so i3i> D1 Je 4 8 29 (|| H1N3, l^q, 333); then alone: 2. haughtiness, DTJK DH I»2 nw (botl» || nin33). TQil adv. on high, of direction (cf. Diip ) kbo yi'T nil Hb 3 10 (subj. Qinri). nov trrc^H n.pr.loc. TfD 2 K 23 s6 ; («)Kpovpi, A Pu^a, ©L Ao/3«wa ; poss. = [HCinx] Ju 9 41 (q. I. perh. also v 31 , see GFM), yet cf. Kit Benz. tnOil adv. haughtily, "1 «5>n *& Mi 2 s .

D~l u.pr.in. 1. a. an ancestor of David, 

Ru 4 1 *", brother of Jerachmeel 1 Ch 2 910 . b. son of J. 1 Ch 2 2S - 27 . — Appav, Pap, etc. 2. name of Elihu's family, Jb 3 2-(Pap[a], Apap), dub., cf. Bu. j"i. n?3T n.f. height, high-place ; — abs. '1 as term, techn. (cf. TO3),^«Anm« (for illicit worship): Ez 16 s5 ; || 33 v 21 - 31 ' 59 ; so perh. 1S22 6 , but rd. prob. HD3, @ Bapa (A Pa W a), HPS. . rTOI n.pr.loc. usu. cart/in the Height, Kama, npnn (exc. Je 31 15 Ne 1 1 33 ): 1. in Benj., on border of Ephr., Ho 5 s 1 K i^ ttMJa s=2 Ch i6 1S6 , Ju 4 s 19 3 Is io 29 Je 3 i 15 40 1 Jos i8 25 (P), Ezr2 26 =Ne7 30 , prob. also Nen 33 ; ©usu. Papa; mod. er-Rdm, 5 miles N. of Jerus., Buhl* 300 "- 172 . 2. in hill-country of Ephr. ( = 1 1), home of Samuel 1 S 1" 2" 7 17 8 4 15 34 16 13 i 9 ,8B * (all c. n loc, nnp-in),v 19 - 22b!0:!3 20 1 25 1 28 3 ,=Q:npnn i 1 (v. 'BW); © Appadaip, Papa; perhaps (if distinct from X)=Beit-Rima, 13 miles ENE. of Lydda (GASm 6 "* 8 *- 254 Buhl " "" ); or Rdm-allah, 3 m. SW. of Bethel (Ew BUUU:l al.) [cf. also 'Apipa- 6aia Mt27 w + ]. 3. in Asher Jos ^"(P), Papa ; perh. Rdmiye, c. 1 2 miles E. of Ladder of Tyre Rob**" 1 - 79 Buhl -"'-*". 4. in Naphtali, Jos I9 36 (P), Aparjk, A@L Papa; mod. Rdmeh, c. 8 miles WSW. of Safed Buhl °«>"- 222 . 5. TO1(3) 2 K 8 M =2 Ch 2 2 6 (P<pp<*6, PapmB; ©L Papad Tak.), V. HiO"} 1.— Vid. Dr ""'• DB - ****'. 'MlEn adj. gent, (of what Rama?), c. art. "3? I Ch 27 s7 ; o « Pai/X; A 6 'Papada'ios. nC(N)"1 n.pr.loc. cstr., in combin.: 1. •>rb np-t j u i 5 17 , v . n. *•$ p. 534. a. npi flSXBn J 08 13 26 (P), in Giiead, on N. border of Gad ; ApaP<o6 [A Papa>6, ©L Papt6] Kara rr)v Ma<r(<rij)<pa ; =11. n3> - p 3 ; on (dub.) identif. cf. GASm°~« rMe '- Buhl* 3 "" 282 . 3. 333 npsa Jos 19 8 (P), Baptd [A ©L lapiff] Kara Xifia ( = 1K3-ri^3 v", q.v. p. 128); prob. = 3.33-nton I S30 27 , Papa vutov ; site dub., v. Dr B *"' db-bamah nitt(N)"} ^ n.pr. 1. loc. Heights, Hamdth;— a. in Giiead, "Ij6?3 nb"i J0S21 38 (Gi ; van d. H. Baer v M ; P), 'lj n'ltstrj (of Gad) Dt 4 a 1 Ch 6", '33 nbK-J Jos 20 s (P), Pap«>6 [Jos

  • Aprjpaid] b (rij) Vakaab ; USU. '3 Db"! (Ptppa6

[EptpaS, Papad, Papa{8)] Va., etc.) I K4 13 + I9t.

OTTO 

K Ch (v. T|Jn 1 d); =11. TOT 5, q.v.; site dub. ; Onom. (Lag 287 - 91 ) 15 m,W. of Philadelphia [Jer lb. 14531 says E I], hence Di " 31 - 64 Buhl - 2611 conj. el-JaVaud, c. 17 Eng. m. NW. of Phil., and 3 m. S. of Yabbok; SMerrill 10 " " 1 *"- 284ff - ■ ««•• »b.b*«ot B o. conj. (on gen. grounds) Jerash, c. 28 m. N. of Phil.; GASm G - 686 some place just S.of Yarmuk, cf. GACooke in Dr m *■"•»<"'•, q . v . esp. against es-Salf (Seetzen al.). tb. 333-ni»-J 1 S 30 27 , v. ™(N)1 3. tc. niD&n, Levit. city in Issachar 1 Ch6 58 (Aa/3a>p, ®L PapmO), prob. = nDT Jos 19 21 (P; Peppas, A PapaO), and rHBV 2, Jos 21 29 , q.v. p.438(v.alsoDi jMl9 ' 2 '). 2. m. niD-j(l) Ezr io 29 Qr (Kt niDT) v. nton; 5 c , P . 43 s! ' DTTOI n.pr.loc. 'in tSi* v. 11. IWJ 2. ■ — T T * T T T t [r.1Q"j] n.f. height, lofty stature ;— sf. Tgerj Ez 3 2 6 . T QQil n. [m.] extolling, praise; — = song of praise (to '<) ^ 66' 7 , so read with van d. H., cf. Thes Hup-Now Che Bae Buhl 1 *'; > Ki Baer Gi vb. Po'lal, Dpii; pi. cstr. *?$ niop'n i 49 «. t[n^pi">] n.f. uplifting, arising;— sf. ^JIippilD Is 33 3 at thine arising. t< < . °Sf)f T)Tp72T as n.pr.m. (/ have made lofty help; cf. 'FO^? and reff.); — son of Heman

Ch 2 5 4 , 1W t 1 v 3 . 

rran v. niD(8)1 1 c. toilQ n.m. Ec106 height (poet.);— abs. 'd Mi6 6 +; cstr. Dhp 2 Rif + ; pi. D'pilO Is 33 18 + ; cstr/pnp'jus' 8 ; sf. Vpiip Jb2s' 2 ;— 1. height, elevation (concr.), elevated place : trff 'piip Jb5 18 , D'pip E*K13 Pr8 2 ; iPOB' Dinp Ob 3 (cf.Now), HV33 DinD in II Je49 16 ; Dnn 'D fop ofmts. 2 K i9 23 =Is 37 24E , iifi? '» v 24b ; 'w '» Je 51 63 (of Bab.); specif, of Zion, 'd Je 1 7 12 , 'o

i>s 3 1 12 , i>{<^ 'd nna Ez 17 23 20 40 , ^ '» nna

34 14 ; indef., Hb 2 9 (in fig), 'ob D'W rjIB'b Jb 5 »; t3"31 D'pV)G>3 Ec io 6 (of high office, rank; opp. ^0); Diip >3f I 8 2 6 6 , i.e. in (supposed) security, cf. ftfl D'piip 33 16 (|| D'^D ninxO); 'B? on high (Germ, in die Hbhe) yj/ 75 s , so 'B3 Jb 39 18 , adv. = m o high place Is 22 16 . 2. 'd alone = height of heaven : Diip wK Mi 6 6 ; 2 S 22"=^ 18 17 , Is 24 2121 32" 57' 16 58 4 La 1 13 f 7 8 68" 7 1 19 93 4 144 7 , pi. Jb 2 5 2 ; || D^, W^ 'D V' 102 20 , onphp Jb 16 19 + 148 1 ; II ienij |i»p Je 25 30 , II % Jb 3 i 2 (pi-), opp. m T^B Is 2 4 18 ; rronn !)2!) nsmn asprecLof ^92° cf. io 5 ; as adv. (i.e. in heaven) Is 33 6 ; '!& towards heavenls 38 14 40 26 , 37°= 2 K 1 9"; 'BD in fig. ^73 8 they speak (as if) from the sky, from heaven (i.e. so arrogantly). 3. 'D adv. fig.,= proudly ^ 56 3 (so Gei Hup-Now al., cf. Che, but dub.), Bae in high station ; Du reads Di ,- ip (Di" to v 4 ; as dittogrJ). 4. fig. of nobles (coll.) n? n " D S? Dl ""? Ia2 4*- ntS^in n.f. contribution, offering, for t : sacred uses (not certain before Dt.; chiefly EzP and late) (prop, something lifted off, serrated); — abs.'n Ez 4 5 ,3 + ; cstr. npnn Ex 30" + ; sf. 'nenn 25 s , D?np- Nuj.8 27 , Drip- Ex 29 28 ; pi. niann Na 12" Pr 29 4 , rib- 2 S i 21 Nu 18 19 ; sf. TrtWOT v 8 , etc.; — 1. earliest use: contrib. of products of soil for * D3T TipVin Dt 12 6 ", cf. v" ; also Ez 20 40 Nu 1 s 19 '^ 21 . 2. contrib. for prince, in Ezekiel's scheme : Ez 45 1316 3. tract of land to be set apart for temple, and for use of priests and Levites, in Ezek.'s scheme : Ez 45' 4 8 8 - 9 ' 20 *- 21b ; called B^ T) 45^' 4 8' 018 - i8.20b.2u.2ic. D'ShP BHp n? 1 ? ' n v ' 2 - *• contrib. to set apart for priests, Ez 44 s0 Lv 2 2 12 Nu 5" l8 8.n.i9 2 Ch3i 1012u ; specif.: a. of cakes and cereals Lv 7 14 Ne io 38 - 40 (also for Levites), 12 44 (id.), 13 5 ; cf. niOlin nb* 2 S i 21 , i.e. (si vera 1.) fields yielding sacred imposts, but very dub.; ®L "opt, Bavdrov, cf.We; jppet^ 1 " 11 * 1893 '" prop. nip (nn) % 'n as gloss ; HPS nipn ninf> ; > sta niOIJ) "Hfe^ ; v. also Dr. b. of animal sacrif., the thigh, 'nn pit? Ex 29* Lv 7 M io 1415 Nu 6 20 . c. priests' share of Levites' tithe, Nu 1 s 2627 - 28 - 28 - 29 . d. of booty Nu 3I 29 - 41 - 62 . e. tithe for Levites 18 24 . 5. materials for tabern., sacred gar- ments, etc., Ex25 2 - 23 3fi **M-** 3 6 3 - 6 ; for temple Ezr 8 25 . 6. half-shekel for maintaining service of sanctuary Ex 3o 13U -". 7. late, contribution, in gen., ntalljl B>'K Pr 29 4 a man of contributions, i.e. demanding them, = man of exactions. — 'fl Is4O 20 of idol-image(sivera 1.), so still Di-Kit ; rd. perh. nJIOT © (6poi<opa v 19 ) Du ; other conj. in Che Hpt , v. also III. [???].— Vbs.c.'nare:D , inEz45 1 +i4t.,K , 3nDti2 6 +

1., ?n? Ez 44 30 +9 t., np^ Ex 25"+ 4 1., nnpn 

Lv 7 14 Nu 5 9 .— Vid. Dr Dt 12 ' 6 ; Hut - DB '"• M ». t HW^n n.f. denom. what belongs to t • : a contribution, attendant or secondary con- tribution, subdivision (on form. v. Ko" 1 * 204 ; strictly adj. (used as subst.), Ges !86h );— 'n }nNn npVVip Ez 48 12 , of strip of land for priests in Ezekiel's scheme (but rd. prob. flDVifl). f [p"1] vb. overcome (cf. Ar. 'jCj (J), c. Jlc or i^j pers., overcome, e. g. of wine) ; — assumed in Heb. by Thes (after ®) and most mod. to explain Hithpo . Pt. |*g tfHfr "tajf yjf 78 s6 like a hero overcome by mine (cf. || v a ); AVRVDeChe al. shout (Vp-), cf. X; so Hup-Now, with altera, conj. "niynp, and this sense more suitable (cf. Luzzatto IIP ' nt *«" ,C0 " 1 <1874)l M»(L,n.7) p er le 8 7')._Pr 29" v. pi, fn. t [JH"1] ▼*»■ Hiph. 40 1. raise a Bhout. 2. give ablast with clarion or horn (NHtd.,Hiph.; Thes cp. Ar. &. utter a grumbling cry) ; — Pf. 3 mpLWH! Ju 1 5 14 Ezr 3", 1JD.n 1 S 17 20 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. "fT! Is 42 13 ^4 1 12 , JD>1 Jos 6 20 , etc.; Imv. fs. Tin ZC9 9 ; mpl. Win Jose'o+J Inf. cstr. Y7} 2 Ch i 3 12is ; Pt. pi. DWip Ezr 3 13 ;— . shout a war-cry, or alarm of battle, Jos 6 10 ' .10.16.20 J u ? S1 , g j 7 « J g42 13 2 Ch , 3 1».15. jp-,., nynn j os 6"°; ntnp 1 ? Ju 15"; nonbiaa 1 S 1 7 20 . . sound a signal for war or march : c nilXXn Nu io 7 -' (P) ; || "rate Vpn Ho 5 8 , cf. Jo 2 1 ; c' bp against 2 Chi3 12 ; so also prob. Jb 30 5 (against a thief). 3. «/iom£ in triumph over enemies: c. Vy, Je 50 16 V' 4 1 12 ; abs. Zp 3" (|| pi). 4. s/tow< in applause : abs. 1 S io 24 Zc 9", cf. (of angels) Jb 3 8'. 5. shout with religious impulse : nyrin in 1 S 4* Ezr 3 1113 ; so in public worship with music and sacrifice, c. ?, to God jr 47 s 66 l 8 1 2 95 12 98 4 ioo 1 , VQ 1 ? 98 s ; 'in joy, H$ rriVUW Is 44 23 (|| DTOB' ti"l). 6. cry out in distress, Is 1 5 4 (but Du Bu VV tremble) ; jj W"!? n ?^ Mi 4 9 (of Zion under fig. of woman, but perh. read JD ^VtH ilD? w/ty art thou broken all to pieces ? as Pr 1 1 ls ). Fo'lal. /mp/. 3 ms. impers. Vip] tO Is 16 10 a shout sluill not be uttered (of joy in harvest ; || ]$}*.)■ Hithpo'l. Impf 1 e. VJjiinX V 108 10 ; 3 mpl. **^VP 65 14 ; Imv. fs. ^P" 11 ?^ °° 10 > — *• s^°m< •» triumph: c. ^>JJ f 60 10 (subj. Phil.; iron.) || 108 10 (subj. '"). 2. shout for joy, ^65 14 (meadows, valleys; ||">' I B'). fi. V"^ n.verb. shouting, roar, but dub.; — njrja DV n P Ex 3 2 ' 7 (E) *(WM«£ o/<A« ^eo/^e as they shouted (read Inf. cstr. njTja for iV'inajcf. V'S); ip. V?V "' , ?- Jb 36 s3 «A^ roar thereof telleth of him (<iD$H his thunder, so Bu): np? ID. 'V , "' ) ? Mi 4 9 w/ty criest thou out with a crying? i.e. so loudly (but v. V'S). — n. in. JD v. ny. T nyTIJ 7 ! n.f. shout or blast of war, alarm, or joy; — "n Lv 23 s4 -!-; cstr. nprin Je4 19 + ; — t-n

. alarm of war, war-cry, Jos 6 5M Je 20 16 Ez 2i» Am 1" 2 J Zp i 16 Jb 39 25 ; non^D 'n Je 4 19 49 s ; ^9 '1 battle-cry of king Nu 23 21 (poem in JE). ' 2. blast for march: 'n J?pn Nu io SC6 (P; withnnsxn; hence)'*™ nraxn Nu3i 6 (P) 2CI1 13"; on dayof atonement / mBiB i Lv25 9 (H); ist of mo.'n ii-ot 2 3 24 (P; ^7^ ">!?*?? T?<f? ^l-' 11 ?). n Di , Nu29 1 (P); gen/n^Xf 150 5 . 3. shout of joy with religious impulse, 1 S 4 06 ' 6 2 S 6 ls = 1 Ch 15 28 , 2 Ch I5 U Ezr 3 11 - 1213 ; nTOfrn 'n ^ip Ezr3 13 ; in public worship gen. Jb33 26 ; esp. + musical service + 33 s 47 s ; '" ^3} 27 s , "D Tr 89 16 . 4. «Ao«< of joy, in gen. Jb 8 21 (?W). nil (7 of foll.;=t»l). tPD^nn n.f. healing;— Ez 4 7 12 . t : t YT) vb. run (NH id. (rare); Eth. CR; Zinj.P/. 1 s. nn; =Aram. Drn ; ^ii (W SG47 ); cf. As. rdsu, be helpful (i.e. run to help?)); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. P, Gn 18 7 ; 2 ms. nnxn Je 12 5 , etc.; Impf r": Hb 2 2 + , n; Jb 16", YV- Gn I 8 3 + , fm 2 S 18 21 ; 1 s. sf. DXns Je5o 44 Kt (but < QrHiph., v. infr.), etc. [v.also pn] ; Imv. ms. n"> 2 S 18 23 2 K 4 26 , jn 1 S 20 36 Zc 2 s ; Inf. cstr. yr>b 1 s 2o 6 +; p«. H 2 s i8 B +, pi. BT» rS22 17 + , m 2 Kii 13 (Ges {87e );—l. run, c. bs? loc. Gn 1 8 7 24 20 (both J), Nu i7 12 (P), ^ pers. Gn 24" (J; + n loc), i S 3 5 Is 55 s (fig.), with hostility, against, Jb 15 26 (fig-), so goat against ram Dn 8 6 , ?? pers., against Jb 16 14 ; fl loc. also Jos 7 22 , ^n-ai) Hg i 9 , $r6 Is 59 7 Pr i 16 ; ace. loc. 1 S 20 6 i7 22i8 ( + ™ii?5'); 3 loc. o» (3 II. 2), of horses Am 6 12 , locusts Jo 2 9 ; into Pr 18 10 (fig.); IP loc. 1 S 4 12 , so MT 2 K23 12 ( = Ae went quickly thence, but text perh. corrupt, v. Kit Benz, and cf. Hiph. infr.) ; PnK pers. 2 S 1 8" 1 K 1 9 20 2 K 5 2021 Ct i 4 , IS pers.' 2 K 4 s2 ; ^ pers. 2 S 15 1 1 K i 5 (both of royal escort, out-runners), 18 46 ( -ft? loc), V.?? rei 1 S 8"; J"lX pers. accomp. Je 12 s ; c. ace' of way, rrfr + 19 6 , Ifj-J 2 S 18 23 ■^r ii9 132 (fig.); as prelim., +inf. riiOp? run to meet Gn 18 2 24 17 29 13 33 4 (all J), 2 K4 26 Je 51 31 , + vb. fin. Gn 2 4 29 2 9 12 (both J), Nu n 27 Jos 8 19 (both JE), Ju7 21 13 10 1 S io 23 17 51 2 S i8 ,9 f 5 9 6 ; as imv. + imv. 1 S 20 36 Zc 2 8 ; abs. 1 S 20 36 Is 40 31 2 Ch 23 12 (v. 2 a), Pr 4 12 6 18 (of feet), of locusts Jo 2 4 ' 7 ; specif'., run as messenger 2 S l8 !i.a.o.23.24.j6.2« ) fig f p ro ph e t's activity Je 23 21 , of "'s word i/' 147" ; fig- of reading smoothly, 'Q trip fCV Hb 2 2 .— f i8 30 =2 S 22 30 read pK (for H? , p" 1 ?). -/pr* Ew 01 Che Bae al. 2. Pt. as subst.: a. pi. &Y}y the runners (prop. out-runners, as royal escort, cf. vb. 2 S 15 1 iK 1 6 ; then) of royal body-guard 1 S 2 2 1 K 1 4 5 ?-»» =2Chi2 10 - 11 - 28 ,2Kio 25 - 25 i i 4 - 6 -"- 19 -' 9 .— (Dyn) pym v 13 is gloss (Kit Benz ; whence [easier] M*n &T8} 2 Ch23 12 v. 1).— Pr29 6 for fTJ Pinsk Toy favour p"lj. b. runner = (royal mes- senger, post, late), H J e 5i 3131 (|| "»99). cf. Jb 9 25 (as swift); D'yjn 2 Ch 30 610 Est3 1315 , riders D'ljWffl 'in 8 10 , eb^n »aa*i nn v 14 . Po'lel /wig/".

mpl. WJ[Vv Na 2 5 </t«/ rwn. swiftly, dart (like 

lightning ; of chariots). Hiph. cause to run : 1. bring, or move, quickly, Impf. 3 mpl. sf. W2TV!, JO loc. Gn 41 14 (E), rd. perh. also 3 ms. nil "2 K 23 12 (ace. om.; for MT PW v. Qal); 7 pers., ace. rei om. W3J1 2 Ch 35 13 ; /mi;, ms. p.n 1 S 17 17 ( + acc. loc, b pers.); Impf. 3 fs. V% T")? ^ 68 32 gwi'c% stretch out hands, Bv6»£ (viz. with offerings). 2. c.?¥Q = drive away from, 1 s., sf. 3 ms., ISS'HX Je 49 19 , so read prob. also in || 50 44 (Qr DJplt*, >Kt DXTIK). tyi~lQ n.[m.] running, race; — abs. EC9 11 . f 1. [n^lTD] n.f. 1. running. 2. course (of life): — 1. running, mode, style, of running, cstr. nvnp 2 S 18 27 , TirjD v 27 . 2. course (of life), sf. DnsriO Je8 6 (Qr; >Kt pi. omno), 23 10 . — 11. nxnp Je 22 17 v. sub pp. ri~l poison, Dt32 32 , v. n. B&H. [t£^"l or t£^™)] vb. be in want, poor (related to vh> [cf. Qal 3, Mipb. Hipb. 3] j so Thes);— Qal Pf. 3 pt. «jb} & D , T'S? ^34 n young lions are in want and hunger; elsewhere Pt. eh 1 s i8 23 + 16 1., K'tn 2 s 12' + 2 1.; pi. D<$h Pr22 7 , D , E'Ni T 13 23 ;— (oft. opp. l^V'): as adj.'i S 18 23 2 S 12' 4 Pr 28 3 Ec 4 14 ; as subst.= pom- man (men), 2 S 1 2 3 ty 82 3 Ec 5", esp. Pr io 4 1 3 s - 23 -)- 1 2 t. Pr. Hitbpo lei Pt. K'Kninp p r 1 3 7 oree impoverishing himself (opp." | E'.ynp j cf. Po'l. ty^n Ecclusn 12 13 5 ).— Je5 17 Mal i 4 v. tHBh. t ©1-1 , ^ |, ©to n.m. poverty, only Pr;- B'Tl 28 19 , sf. W»l 31 7 ; 8^5 i 3 18 , sf. y%"1. 24 M (II TH.bnD), ofn io 15 (opp. i^v); "^ 3° 8 (°pp- l;fV), sf. ^'K1. 6" (=24", II W.). nil n.pr.f. v. sub njH- t )"7T"1 vb. be or grow lean (Ar. ijij grow thin and weak ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. HP Zp 2 11 obj. false gods, appar. make lean (%} attenuavit; ® nn

am is f'£of0p(v(Tfi), but sense strange, < HJ") (v. Ar. supr.), yet even this very doubtful. Niph. be made lean, Impf. 3 ms. H|V nte>3 |D^O Is 1 f. l[nri] adj. lean (on formation cf. Lag ■»•);-!& nn, Ez 24 20 (of nfc>; pp. nns), f land, = barren, NUI3 20 (JE ; 'opp. mcf). tm n.[m.] leanness, wasting; — vHQ Is 24 1616 to me, wasting ! (opp. ^V). fi. Tin n.[m.] leanness, wasting, soant- ness; — abs. '"1 : 1. leanness Is io 16 (fig.; opp. VJDK'O). 2. wasting, i.e. wasting disease, ^io6 15 (cf. Bae). 3. '1 nB'K Mi 6 10 e]>hah ofscantness, scant measure. — 11. fV} v. |P. Jin (?cry oui, cf.Talra. nno bewailed). t nnp n.m. Am6,7 ory (£ N n P ; P mourning- feast ; Ph. nno a rel. festival ( > usu. a month), cf. Palm., CIGann Littm, v. G ACooke lM "- * m ' 303 and reff.; Lzb EphemL47 '- 343t );— 1. mourning cry (or feast 1 Talm. WPP), abs. '» 1V3 Je 16 6 i.e. house of mourning (|[ nSD, TO). 2. cry 0/ revelry, cstr. D'fTVlD nno Am 6 7 . m v. nn. ■ T t [DTI] vb. wink, flash (of eyes) (transp. [text, err.?] for Ar.jIJ, Aram. TD1, juc* ; so NH TO"! (rare), TO?, ^'yra, intimation); — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. T5"V IWfpTSfl Jbi5 12 (Codd. ptO"V) why do thine eyes flash (in wrath)? but possibly read fOTfi (Pr 6 17 30 13 , etc., cf. Bu). t[|H, ? earlier |P, so Lag B!,sl ] vb. be weighty, judicious, commanding (Ar. ^ be weighty, grave, firm of judgment; NH fill = BH, so n^m Ecclus 44 4 ); — only Qal Pt. pi. as subst., rulers, potentates, || D^P : B»?fl Ju 5' Hb i'°, 'in ^ 2 s Pr 8" 31 4 , j[ H? V& Is 40 23 . f 11. nn n.m. potentate ; — abs. 'n Pr 14 28 (II ^)- — I - ^"! v - sub HP supr. t Till n. pr. m. founder of kingdom of Damascus, Solomon's time, 1K11 23 ; © (v 14 ) Eapap [Av 23 Pafa)!/]; identified with fnn I5 '8 by Th Klo (reading pitn), but cf. Kit Benz. t Iim [? also nfll , so Lag 8 " 31 ; cf. also - T L T Id lbKf ] vb. be, or grow, wide, large (NH in der. spec, (rare) and deriv.; Ar. iJU-=-j, Eth. Cfhtt: Sab. in epith. dei FeU 2 " ' 1 '" 900 249 , and n.pr. CIS'"' 110 - 1,3 etc.; As. in rebitu, open place; Aram, ann in deriv.); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. B *"» 1 S 2 1 , +75? against (i.e. to devour, in fig.; cf. Hipb.) ; consec. i]33? '"il insi Is 60 5 be widened, enlarged, relieved, and expanded with joy (cf. Hipb. 2); 3 fs. nawi mrn Ez 41 7 prob. err., Co napiJi niirn, Toy ^pii'iirhni, Krae *C[J] Orn [V?].' ir'ipb. P<. as adj. ar/i? -13 I s 3 o 23 a broad, roomy, pasture. Hipb. Pf. 3 ms. ^rrin G1126 22 Hb 2 5 , in-in i s 30 33 ; 2 ms. rnrnn ,/, 4 etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 3'nv Dt 1 2 20 + , etc. ; /mr, ms. -3rnn ^81" (cf. also 25' 7 infr.); fs. 'yrnrj Is 54 2 , ^n-in Mi i 16 ; Inf. cstr. 3'rnn Am 1"; Pt. ytpp Dt 33 20 ; — 1. make large, c. ace. baldness Mi i 16 (sign of mourning), fun., pile IS30 33 (ace. om.; -f p'OJJn); make wide, ace. couch Is 57 s (fig.). 2. enlarge limit of territory (-"Qji) Am i 13 Ex 34 s4 (J), Dt 12 20 19 8 , so *H '•>» 33 »>, cf. l&W Dipt? nn Is 54 2 (fig.); also abs. + b pers., «!) "• in Gn 26 s2 (J), and (fig. of deliverance), >b 'in 1S3 f 4 2 ; 6 nj DTK [HD P r ^"a man'* gri/i makes room for him, gives access to patron ; of '"< 's enlarging the heart (^p) ^ 1 1 9 32 (cf.Qal) ; 'O 13'rnn <33? nilX f 25 17 rd. prob. (with most) Imv/oi aC^P (Bae WTTTI, a'arm, cf.Ct6 5 ); c. ace. nj?V my step, stride jr i8 37 = 2 S 2 2 37 (i.e. givest me firm footing and vigorous step, cf. "HBf 2); enlarge mouth, open it wide, c. 75? pers. against Is 57 4 ^35 21 (cf. Qal); without ?J?, as a young bird to receive food, fig., 1^81"; '"in pie's? bim is 5 14 (|| ITO ,-nys ; efej 5 c), cf. Hb 2 5 . t am n. [m., not f. Jb 36 16 Albr ZAW «" (1896) - 94 DiBu] breadth, broad expanse; — abs. 'l Jb 36" (opp. IV); pi. cstr. intens. njf^Ol 38 19 the broad expanse of eartlt. am n.fm.l breadth, width; — 'n abs. - 101 L J ' ' Ez42 2 + , cstr. 1 K 6 3 + ; sf. tarn Ex 25'°+, H3- Gn6 15 + , ? 3r J"J EZ42 11 ;— breadt7i,of land, + ^N = whole extent, expanse, Gni3 17 (J), so '"1 alone Is 8 8 ; n:P 1 Jb 37 10 ; fig. 3.!? "1 largeness of under standing (like sand of sea-shore) 1 K 5 9 ; 6read</j,=: thickness, of wall "n5 EZ42 10 ; elsewh. only in measurements width, breadth (Dt 3 11 , K 10 t., Ez 54 t., Zc 2 6 5 2 , P 23 t., Ch 6 t.; || TJ& 1 K 7 6 +6 3 t., +n^p 6 2 + 14 t., +«?! t Ez 40 42 2 Ch 3 4 ; || no^p alone ti K 7 s7 Ez 40 5 ): of buildings, etc., 1 K 6 2 - 3 - 3 - 6Ji - 6 + , Ez4i 1U5 - 7 + , altar Ex 2 7 1 = 38 1 , ark, n3Tl, Gn 6 16 , 1'ltK Ex 25 ,(1 =37', etc.; of area, the Enj/ of Og Dt 3 11 , the nonn of land Ez 45 1 -"- 6 + , of court Ex 2 7 121318 ; of city Zc 2 6 ; of roll 5"; of curtain Ex 26 2 - 8 + , I— '(«£4»» ete; of waD(TP%=*W~-.EMi< sapr.); af tamf 40- 41", «*«- I.3TP adj. wide, broad; — abs, G«34 a +; a»aLcstr. , 3m.I»33 B ;- Awm, of bad Ex3»(J), >"eo», ITT nam, e»«L, G.34 a +6 1, t.t: 3d; DT« *WL"* (ofgicatBa>orG«d > in» i1 ?«D; ! WS«  mist f- 119* m e scife, rcoatjr, spmce (fig.); ^ HI Jb 30* (sine); of «p Ex»3» (in fig.; +*^F7); of wall (=«**j) j« 5'*; V«£,™ Jervaaka* (as a.pr.) ^ nrtm Xe/ 12"; fig. aiwihr, of work, andrrtakiag, n?»7? r X«4 3 (+T*?); of '♦'• rn a r a» nda s rnt * iio» (Le. ««K— rtjhil , mhibiiIiiV 337 3m 101* Le. txtd- feai, TWyMlf (J ITTf rlJI), »»1 Pr2I* (I '•Tin); WM 3m Pr 28* Le greedy (ct 3m r6at Beda»47 a ' > in play on Dfam). fn.2m m.*r.£ kailot ia Jericho; — Joe 2 w 6 cW(an JE) ; fa^ («, Heb 3 U Jas 2*, bat ]ftl*I«ja*f). fi.2rn bX*"-» [not m. Zc8* Attr"'

  • «■•»« ctGw 1- *"] broad open place,

piaaa (Lag"* Ba™*«);— 'n abs. Gni 9 1 +, estr. J«io*+, 3TpT»282i B ; if. *3m Dt 13 C t"55 b ; pL aba. rfam Am 5"+, crtr. «f. Ze 8*+ (t. also rt3rr» apr., infr.); st vT°"l Ia i5 1 +, ete; — fcrwutf opea pface in city (m. near gate, Me 8^" 2 Ch 32* Jb 20 7 ; | p" Je 5'+8 1, TH Pr 26 13 , rrjtr Ct 3*), for Tarioas private and public uses Gn 19* (J), Jn 19""^ 1*13* 2821° Je5' Ezio 1 "* NeS""* la 59" f 55 B Jb 29/, etsential part of city Dn 9 s ; for lamentations Am 5* I« 15* Je 48", ^jn "W •*.!> X* TPn ~> Est 4' ( rf - ▼"). ct Je 9» 49* 50" La 2 ,L » f 144", assemblies 2 Cb 29* 32* Ezr io» ('«n JT3 1), Ne 8 U , pro- clamations Est 6* ", speeches Pr 1"; social life Zc P" la 4 W Pr 5» 7» ct 22° 26°, Ct 3'; '") in Na 2' i* appar. oataide city (ct As. rBnt Sind, etc.). fii. 2VT), 2TP n.pr. Poa0, P<*«S, etc.: 1. (ct Lag*"") loc: a. towards Hamath, 3frTj 2810* (®L BWpoad), 3TT) Xui3 n (P);=~> rri q.T.p.I I2(al«0ft I 8 H 17 BaA»p,CiLBatSpo^). b. srninAsher: (i)Jos io^P); (2)[perh.= (01 ▼"(*)• Ju »". L*" 4 rit X Jo » *i"(P)= 1 Cb 6*; Egypt, /.'ahu'm, N. of Kisbon, WMM M.«.aw.ua 2. m.: a. Aram, name, 3H") 2 8 8* J *. b. post-exilic Levite, tfm Ne io 1 *. tjTCiTi m.fr. loc 1. "••» rbm. Nineveh Gn io"(J), s*> P«^-«[»] «A»; Dl ""»etAa.raiilJ«a«,biitT.COT'** n . «. rtorn, name of well Ga 20° (J), Ei>ijf».i (ef. interpr. t**); Palaaer*" mm " identit with er- Rahaibrh (in Wady B.) c. 45 m. SW. of Hebron, X. of kt 31° 8. van -1, home of a king Ga 3 6*(P)=lChl* h. frJriswmpa P. tot ■■iotii" (Le. on Euphrates ! here .; eoirj.inMHolaWkl e -*- h ' L ~). ' (l)n^2rn aupr.nm. son of Eliezer and grandson of Moses : >"T3Tn j. Ch 2 3 Kt: (Paafra) =VT. 26* (P^.j^at, ©L A/Sw), appar. also 24" (Vmafim, &fra). Uiflii I ) aupr jl Behoboam (word-play on 3m Ecclus 47 '): — king of Jodah, son of Solomon; F^aa: iKn«i2 L "+i6 t. 1K12, 14, + 15*| 2Ch 9" io'^'-r 21 1. 2Chio, 11, 12, + 13"; also 1 Ch 3". T 31 1 ru a-raa. 1 broad, roomy, place; — abs. 'D, of pasture Ho 4" (in sim.); fig. of free- dom from distress and anxiety 2 S 22™=^ 18", ^ 3 1* 1 1 8* (MT estr. in ?T 3 r ™ spacious place of Yak, Le extraordinarily spacious. < 3J 3TnO ( fP being subj.of Tb.); pL estr. HTW!? ^ l% expanse* of the earth. Hill (v^of folL; mng. unknown; NH= BH ; Ar. Jl handmUl (ct Wetwt "*» m " <—>-*)■, A»in.»wr» f JL.5; Lag Dur Ba"*- 1 *). t [nrn] a.[aa.], only do. D!Tn (band-)mlll (prob. = tux> mitt-itcmcs); — *1 abs., common boosebold utensil, turned by maids, Ex 11' iF£l£} J), female slaves I847 1 (c. JT*, q-^-); 'ViTJO Nun»(J); 33TJ *1 Dt2 4 »(T.33n); 't l tfp as sound of family life Je 25". ■OSTn Ct i w Kt, v. [DTTJ] sub Dm. m (v^of foil; mng. t; ct NH bm (pi. DC rf_), Ar. ji.j, Ji,, Aram. tArn, all «tc«; ct perh. As. lahru (transp.; vid. on ^"3)). fi. *?rn nj: U!B - 7 ewe;— abs. 'n Is 53' (in sim., U 7*7); pL IT^rn Gn32 u (E; +CTT9, f^t?), Ct 6» (in'sim.); st 7^ T^ Gn 3 1" (E). . ^»rn n-pr.f. (etce, BS* 1 ");— Hachel, PaxijX, daughter of Laban and wife of Jacob : Gn 20 "-> t »-» J *»+ 36 t. Gn (JE 37 t., P 6 t). cm + T) rri -3? 35 50 (JE), i S io' (of. nmaK 1, p. 68 ; on site vid. Dr Hu,DBB ""'-); *1 (in fig.) Je 31"; 'l Ru 4" (in aim.). I. DFll (vof foil.; orig. meaning dub.; Thes be soft, so Gerber 1M , cp. Ar. li-j be soft, gentle (but j. orig. cons.'l); D1 HWB * > " > 6« wide; cf. As. ritnu, remu, Ar. la.' NH Dm, Aram. KO^H, L*u.», all womb; MI' 7 nom female captives; vbs. (connexion with Dm not wholly- clear, cf. No*™ "<«*».*", v. DT?m) : As. rdwiw, love, compassionate, Ar. la. 1 have compassion, also la.j te inclined toward, affectionate to (=_a^ ace. to Ar. authorities, v. Lane); Sab. epith.dei pom Compassionate (= Ar. ^lia.51), CIS ,,.~«.3 Fdl »>i<,mH who cp epith Dm wf.; cf. NH Dm Pi.; Thes cp. Eth. aothd: (transp.) have compassion, but v. Prat BASI ' n and reft; Aram. Dm, pZi, Palm. Dm, all love (common); Nab. Palm. DIT frien/J). tern, Drn n.m. Ho * " womb (f. Je 20 17 , unless 'rnq a noun, cf. Albr" ,r " , • ,, SS);— abs. *1 Gn20 w +, Dm Jus", Drn Je2o' 7 +, Drn Gn 49 s + ; cstr. Dm Nui2" Jb 3"; sf. TOm Gn 29" + , norn Je2o' ; (Gets*"'; >f. abs'. K6"- , - B *); du. DTlcm. Ju 5 ";— 1. «wnA, Gn49 B (J) Je 20 17 Jb 24»; Dmo i.e. from birth Je 20 17 y-2 2 1 ' 58' Jb 3" ('IP), Is 46 1 , fig. * no 3 ; Dm? Jb3i u ; ^D Wf po /ortA from womb in birth Je ' 20" Jb 38", cf. io M ; DK no Nu I2 B (E); *l nrtfl open <Ae womb, in order to childbirth Gn29" 30" (JE); Dm iDSr^S a«  that first opens womb (of men and animals) Ex I3 ltu 34 M (J) Nu i8 B (P) Ez 20»; «1 TOB Nu3 B (P), "1 M mca Nu 8 M ; *1 bz -«■ Ex i 3 5 (P); on the other hand, T3fD 1 Ho 9" miscarrying womb; *1 ">|fc Pr 30" restraint (Le. barrenness) 0/ vonto (so ^ 1 07* Perles

  • -•«); -ITJ3 Tr| (of God) Gn 20" (E); TJJ
  • 1 (TJ3) I 8 i", preventing childbirth. 3.

wo—o m a n, woman-dare : D'TWm. Dm Ju 5* tUtJI_M ■jl"* 1 ' ate. pL intens. com- (acc to many denom. from Dm, orig. liwUsanmi, brotherly feeling . of those born from Mae womb, r. No™" -*' »***■> We •■"■*«* Gerber 1 ", or motherly feeling Ho*'- -):— abs.'T Gn43" + ; estr.'Orn. Pr I*"; sf. rornLajSfBaerGi; TuiH.Qr, Ktwn),

  • S'2 4 M Qr(>Kt«m),ete.;— 1.

Dim usu.of God Is63 7l » V77 w 79* 119 77 Z»t" T)n 9' Ne9»; c. B>y 2 S 24"= 1 Oh 21", Ne 9 ,,ffi " T -M9 IM Dn9 1 "; D'SlJ Is 54 7 ; ||nDn f 40" 103* Ho 2" Jei6*; DHDn f 25*; T orn a* 13 rT>' 3 69 i; ; c. by rei 145*; !> 'l JT1J Dt 13 1 " Je 42";

63 >6 La 3». 2. of man, Am 1 " Pr 1 2 " ; 

'i nby Zc 7»j 'aoj* "1 'b^> jnj Gn 43" (R); «n: 'Je6 *T& 'DiK8*Nei"Dni'| 106", cf. 2 Ch 30'; $> *1 Dt» Is 47"; S* '"I riMJ On 43* (J), c. by 2 K 3 ». t [Dm] vb. denom. love. Pi. have com- passion; — Qal Impf. 1 s. sf. TpfH? r - '^' ^to»«  <Ae« (perhaps gloss ; v. not in || 2 8 22'; Hi Ch SS Gerber read TfyP*). PL Pf. 3 ms. Dm Vto3 u + ; sf-TD^DI consec. Dt 13", etc.; Impf. 3 ms. DfTV Is 9 W 4. ; sf. vrorrv i„ S gJ ( etc.; / w / aA«. Dm Je3i" Hb 3*; cstr. Dm 1*49" f 103"; sf. D30m Is 3 o w ; /'i. Dmo 1^ 1 16*, etc.;— have compassion, compassionate; — 1. utn. of God : c. ace. of his people, Ex33""(J) Dt 13" 30*

K I 3 B Is 9" 14' 27' 1 30 l;, 49' , " , 54"'*55 ; ««'" 

Je 1 2 U 30" 31"-" 33» Ez 3 9 n Ho i ,? 2 ,ffl Mi 7" Zc i B io* ^ io2 M ; c. ^ I03 B ; abs. Je 13" Hb 3 s y- 1 16* 1*13* 3. of man, usu. a conqueror: c.acc. 1 K8* Je42 ,J ; abs. 6°2 1 7 50"; elsewhere of children, c. ace. Is 13"* 49"; c. 7B. + 103". Pu. P/.3fs.nomHo2 l *(Ge»"«" Ko 1 ");- Impf. 3 ms.Dm: Ho 14 4 ; Dm» Pr j8 u ; 6« «A*ioti compassion, compassionated: of orphans Ho 14*; children of Israel wife of Yahweh 2* (cf. 'T»«ij 1* ', p. 520); penitent sinner Pr 28".

  • D11T1 adj. compassionate; — always of

God: Wm b* Dt4", JSnp Ex 3 4 , (J)=^86 ,i 103"; later "Tl pan 2 Ch 30* Ne 9 17 -" Jo 2 W Jon4 J f-iii 4 uz 4 145'; *1 KVn 78". tL^m] adj. id.;— pLt n^j^ rri ir^ La 4* eompattionaU women. tcmn.pr.«. f>ri(-nke)1); — in Jndah, I Ch 2 W ; PufkH, A Par/, @L Paa>t. iTOrn in TP n-prX, r. p. 520. tLfW I I, DTD a,pr. m. (>-(Mnpa«st<m, or softness, gentleness ); — post-exilic name: 1. with Zerub.: a. C»n Ezr2», A low*', ©L NaMat (=DVD | Ne 7 7 ;. fc. priest, DTT1 >" s , 2 » p«»f> ( = ByJY u ,eLr n = ¥zrz*, Eario", t. rrvja*). 3. C*n, withNeh.: a. LeriteNej ,

  • , K A©L Pmb. b. Ne 10*, P«[ * WEJTP

pm tDrn" 1 n.pr.m. (may lie be compassion- ated; cf. Lag BNl34 ); — 1. father of Elkanah, grandf. of Sam., Ephraimite 1S1 1 (lf/>f/«[i]i;X, A Upoap); Levite i Ch 6 1219 (&a f p, HaaX ; A If poffoa/i, Uptap; ®L UpapatjK). 2. Benjamites: a. i Ch 8 27 lpaap, etc. (appar. = ntonj v"). b. 9 s , © id. (=af). 3. priests: a.' i Ch 9 12 , l(f)paap, etc. b. Neil", l(<)poap. 4. father of a hero of David i Ch 1 2 s (van d. H. v 7 ), Paap, A ®L Upoap. 5. Danite i Ch 27 s2 , lapap (®L as 4). 6. father of a captain with Jehoiada, 2 Ch 23 1 , o>pap. T7NQTTV n.pr.m. (may El have com- passion} Upaptrjk, etc.; — 1. name in Judah iCh 2 9.js.w.2j. : o.«( cf adj. gent. foil.). 2. son of king Jehoiakim Je36 26 . 3. Levite, 1O124 59 . "HSWDrW adj.gent. (earlier than fore- going ; as tribal name bef. n.pr.m. [For radical view of relations of 'ITV, (with many text, emendations), v. Che E,,c,r - Blb ' "««■»■]);_ 'Til as subst. coll., Til 333 1S27 10 the Negeb of the Yerahmeelites (in S. Judah), (i/drov) Utrptya, A apaprpct, ©L fppa>i> • rfl *T» 30 29 , toC Io-poijX, A Upa m X« (cf. 1 supr., and Gray r^- *■ »«•».«). II. DPR (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. 'J^ vulture; n. unit. iXo^)- t Dm n. [m.] carrion-vulture ; — abs. *in T T L J < T Lvn' 8 (Sam. nom ; so perh. read) = n >?rnn || Dt 14" (on accent v. Dr; cf. Ges* 90f ). TnCrP n. [m.] id.; Dt 14 1 ', v. foregoing. [Ml (appar. -/of foil. ; meaning dubious). tnomfl n.pr. [m.? £.1] child of Caleb I Ch 2 48 ; Oapap, A Bapxpn, @L Qapaapa. fl. [*in*1] vb. grow soft, relax (cf. Ar. i—Li^ be soft) ; — Qal Pf 3 pi. 'Bnn Je 2 3° (bones of one appalled). til- ^n"! vb. Pi. hover (NH id., cf. Grunbaura 2 ^ 1 """ 18 ** 007 ; Syr. Pa. *Zi move gently, also cherish, and brood, cf. Thes* 1 ; con- nexion with I. /m dub.); — Pi. Impf. 3 ms. ^tTV 7? Dt 32 11 (poem) of vulture hovering over young ; Pt. BJttn ♦JB"^ nsrnp 'K mi Gn i 2 (P) ; hovering over face of waters, or perh. (v. Syr.) brooding (and fertilizing), so J er <Ju—ti-Gen.ed.L« .1 (reading ' marahaefeth'), cf. Di Gunk. T*n™l vb. wash, wash off, away, bathe (NH = BH ; Ar. u i^ (also of garments); Eth. C.tiiQ;. t./h&: sweat; cf. As. rahdsu, overflow, flood (on A = c v. No ZHGxl(18 w- 727 ));— Qal M Pf. 3 ms. '"» Is 4* + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. pfTV Dt 2 3 12 + etc; 7m«. ms. TO"! 2 S 1 1 8 2 K 5 13 ; mpl. Wfjl Gn i8 4 + ; Inf. cstr. flT) Gn 24 32 + > rrarr$ Ex 3 o 18 +; p<. fe. nxrh 2 Sn 2 , fpi. niJfnn Ct5 12 ; — 1. trans, wash (with water), c. ace. feet (B&n ; 0?P?oft. expr.), Gn 18 4 19 2 2 4 32 43 24 (all J), Ju ifiS 25" 2 S n< Ct 5 3 ; Venn ana rpys "v ,/, 58 11 (fig. of righteous, at s vengeance); c. ace. hands (&H?) Dt2i 6 ( + by over, in ceremonial, to express innocence), hence fig. |*f?B -S3 'is ^, 2 6 6 73 13 ; hands and feet Ex 3 o 19 (-riP of laver), v 21 40 31 ( + f» «£,• all P); c. ace. face 0^?) Gn43 31 (J); c. ace. pers. Ez 1 6 9 Ex 29 4 40 12 Lv 8 B (all P), ace. hfcf (oft, || D33 of garments), Lv 14 9 i5 13 + 9 t. P (H); c. ace. of parts of sacrificial victim EX29 1 ' Lvi 913 8 21 9"; wash off, away, c. ace. of filth Is 4* (fig.). 2. intrans. wash, bathe (oneself): Ex 2 5 (E), 2S 11 2 12 20 1 K 22 s8 2 K 5 101213 Is i 16 Ez 2 3 4l, ( + $> pers. for whom), Ru 3 3 Lv 14 s -)- 14 t. P (oft. || D33); +3 of laver 2 Ch4 66 ; of eyes, bathed in milk (3^>na) ct 5 12 (fig.); Jb 29" (fig.), v. ipi>n, tPn. Pf. 3 ms. Yip Pr30 12 be washed ( + IP of filth, fig.); 2 fs.nsrn *6 B?pa Ez 16 4 (in fig.). tHithp. Pf. 1 s. St* 103 viymnn Jb 9 30 if I washed myself in snow (fig.). T[yrn] n.[m.] washing, fig.; — only sf. in

  • ?rn I'D yj, 6o'° Moab is my waeh-pot= 108 1 ".

tnSrn n.f. id., lit.;— "irrjp fy, of sheep, Ct 4 2 6 6 (in sim.). t pn I vb. be, or become, far, distant (NH = BH ; As. esp. adj. rtiku, far; cf. Ar. ij-^j choice wine (i.e. from a distance) Fra 158 ; Eth' Cfh<P: be far, Sab. pm CIS"' "«• m - M ; Aram. P^D"!, P01, and (oft. in der. spec, and deriv.) aI»);— Qal Pf 3 ms/") Is 59 s Lai 16 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. PP"£ Dt i2 21 + , etc.; Imv. fs. 'PD! Is 54 14 , mpl. Ipni Ez 1 1 15 < Pf. VD2 Ba Hi Sm Co Toy Krae ; Inf. cstr. prri + 1 03 12 Ec 3 5 , nj?rnb Ez8 6 ; — be far, distant: c. |0 pers., of place Dt 12 21 14 24 , of pers., = neglect, abandon, Pr 19', esp. in ylrf, of i//- 2 2 12M (IP pers. om.), 35 s2 38^ 7 1 12 ; of utter absence, or non-existence La I 16 , cf. Is 49 19 (abs.), subj. justice Is 59 s1 (opp. 3'ETl), cf. v 11 (|| ?:«), subj. blessing f iog 17 ; subj. riSJ? CyBH Jb 2 1 16 2 2 18 ; c. ^J?» pers. ('■-), of Isr. (fig.) Je 2', cf. Ez 44 10 ; = far from (land of) '» 1 1 15 (v. supr.; Krae ins. H?)j 6. ^P loc. Ez8 6 (of"),

m

nm IP loc. (E. from W.) i// 103"; c. ft? rei (fig.): ^rnin n 9 '"> ( opP . 3-ip); yt?>>p Jb5 14 , PpQ Is 54 14 , cf. Pr22 5 ; =wholly abstain from Ex 23' (E), so (JO inf.) Ec3' ! '; abs. of s righteousness, with ref. to time Is 46" (|| ins* ; opp. 3"ip). — pn~pn"l* Mi 7" boundary shall become distant, i.e. territory be enlarged (1 crpt., cf. We Now) ; «|D3n ^n pm» Kt Ec 1 2 be removed 1 Qr P&* be joined^ © avarpanfj, 55 rwmpatur, cf. @, rd. prob. pn£ Pfannk Thes Ew De Siegf Buhl L ". Pi. P/. 3 ras. PD"i Is 6 12 , of /, J send /ar away, ace. pers.; of people, "1 tap 29", c. IP of '*;

ms. IJIpnn 26 10 <Aoit hast far extended (c. ace.) 

all the ends (boundaries) of the land ; Impf.

mpl. Drmrns pm; Ez 43 9 . Hiph. P/ 3 ms. 

pirn jb i 9 ,:! ^ 103 12 , 1 s. sf. wpgnTTi Ez u 16 , etc.; /my;/. 3 ms. sf. HSp'riT Pr 22 15 , 2 ms. p^in Jb 2 2 ra , etc.; Imv. ms.'pnin Pr 4 24 + 2 t., prnn Jbi 3 21 , sf. inp'n-in n";'/n/. abs. pnin*Gn i ,6 + , c««r. PWKJ Je27 10 , sf. Dp/nin J04 6 ;— 1. dir. caus. make, or exhibit, distance, be gone far, subj. pers.: Gn44 4 (J), c. JP loc. Jos8 4 (JE), Ju 18 22 ; sq. inf. cstr. nbb "in N 1 ; prnnEx8 24 (J), cf. ijr 55 8 ; Inf. abs. as adv. = at a distance Gn 2i 16 (E), c. iP loc. Ex 3 3 7 (E), Jos 3 16 (JE; "WJ IP IKO, Qr ; > Kt 2 for JD). 2. indir. caus. remove, put far away, c. ace. pers. + ?J?P of land Je 2 7 10 , cf. Jo 4 6 , + i>$?P pers. Jbi9' 3 and (ace. piBXn) Jo2 20 , + IPpers.'f88 919 ; + 0^33 Ezn 16 ; e. ace. *|3 + ?yp pers. Jb 13 21 , c. ace. ~i~$% + id. Pr 5 s ; c. ace. of sin + IP pers. 4 24 Jb 1 1 " (IP pers. om.); Pr22 15 30 8 i|' 103 12 ; +JP loc. Jb22 23 . LP'^J *dj.verb.removing,departing;— pi. sf., as subst., TP n l V'73 2 ' those departing from thee (i.e. from '♦). tpm , pin~J adj. distant, far, et n.m. jM34 distance" (Lag B * 3 >);_ abs. tff) Ex2 4 + , P^") Ez6 ,2 +; fs. n^nn Dtso 1 ^, np T irn jos 9 6 + ;' mpl. Cpn") Dti3 8 +, etc., fpl. abs. niph") Je 48 s4 + , etc.; — oft. opp. 3*np : 1. adj. a. of space: distant, land Jos 9 s9 ( + "INO), Dt 29 21 1 K 8 4146 =2 Ch e 3236 , 2 K 2o"=Is 39 3 , " l D "N Is 66 19 + perh. f 65 s (Che We read D?N for D; ; Weir in Che D^13 ; MT makes '1 = distant ones, people); c. IP pers., of peoples Jos g°° (JE), Ju 18 7 , persons Ez 22 5 Ne 4 13 Pr 15 29 ( fig.), cf. Je 12* (id.), cities Dt 20 15 , so (IP loc.) Ju 18 28 ; abs. of people Jo 4", persons Is m" 57 19 Je 25 20 Ez 6 12 Zc 6 1S Pr 27 10 L)n g 7 Est 9 20 , cities Je 48", trees ^56" (title; v. nji* ad fin., p. 401), of distant journey Nu 9 10 (P) ; fig., pin"; pred. (indef.) Ec 7 24 , of '<* B ITJJt? Dt 30 11 ; c. IP pers. (L c absent from, lacking to), of salvation ifr 119 155 , wisdom Ec 7 21 ; of pers. c. IP of act or quality Is 46 12 yjr 2 2 2 ; of price, c. IP corn p. = far beyond Pr 3 1 10 . b. of time : Tt&tri trnyb EZ12 27 . 2. n.m. always sing.: a. of space : distance Jos 3 4 (D); elsewhere c. prep.: (1) '"P from a distance, c. verbs implying motion, physical or mental: look Gn 24 4 (E) 37 18 (J) Jb 2 12 36*; bring Dt 28 49 Is 43' 60 9 , cf. Je 46 s7 ; come Is 49 12 60 4 Hb I 8 ; hear Is 49 1 ; smell Jb 39 2S ; remember Jesi 50 ; understand tyi^c?) prob. also worship Ex 24 1 (J); (2) "ID at a dis- tance (IP 1 c) Ex2 4 (E), 20 18 - 2 ' (E; Gi v 1518 ), 1 S 26 13 2 K 2 7 Is 5 s6 59 14 ^ 3 8 12 , cf. *HJ vfa J e 23 23 a God afar off (on cstr.cf. Ges ' I30 *; < read

  • 1 DTl/K Gie, cf. ®); (3) "W? to a distance (IP

1 c) Is2 2 3 23 7 Pr7 19 ; (4) "13 at a distance |io'; T"iy to a distance Mi4 3 ; also c. two prepp. : (5) "tpb/rom (IP 9 b), Jb 3 6 3 39 s9 ; (6) "ip-iy (in.iy I. la) foa distance Is 57 s + Ne 12 43 van d. H. py om. Baer Gi); even (7) "ip?-iy (nylll.) 2Ch26 ls Ezr 3 13 . b. of time, '^'long ago Is 22 11 , c. noun = ancient, of long standing 25 1 ; "IDp long ago 2 K I9 25 = Is 37 26 ; from afar 2S7 19 =lCh I 7 17 . T pmQ n.m. distant place, distance : — abs. 'd IsV o 3 + , pDip + 1 3 8 8 ; pi. D^rnp Zc 1 o 9 , n P Is 33 17 Je8' 9 , cstr. "^n-lD Is 8 9 ;— distant place, far country Is 8 9 Zc 10 9 ; often c. YT$ : PC 1 "!^ 71 ) '** land of distance, distant land Is 13 s 46" Je 4 16 6 20 Pr 25 25 , so c. pi. D-pniD '« Je 8 19 , land of distances, i.e. of wide extent, Is 33 1 ' ; 'tsp from far Is io 3 30 27 Je 5 15 Ez 23 40 Pr 31 14 ; fig. jr 1 38 s ; Isp at a distance Je 31 10 , to a dis- tance Is 17". — 'an n"3 v. p. 112. tt£^m vb. keep moving, stir (NH stir, move, esp. of lips in speech, also, in expl. of nijimo, of stewing, boiling; Aram. B^n"), ,»2», «L>, creep, move, flutter, LL>.» reptile; — Qal P/. 3 ms. 3iD nn-n 'sb 1 f 45 2 ?« a s«tV. TnttJn^Q n.f. stew-pan, sauce-pan (so NH ; v! eV- Levy 3 ™ 1 " 8 '"• 69b , and cf. NH E*irn Id ib.iv.«3.._' D nmt? Lv2 7 /G>3 n'B^;? [nraoj-^s f. Tjiri"! n.[f.] winnowing-shovel, or the like (A/unknown ; Thes fr. nr = ventilabrum, cf. No ZMOxl(1886) ' 728 ; Wetzst in De 1 *®- 709 fr. nm = li.. be soft, loose, friable, etc., cf. K5" 1 ' 1 "; NH = BH, Ar.cJ^ is prob. loan- wd. No 1 c );— rmtsa* "13 nni is 30 24 . 2131

an tptfll, 3b") Lag BK "] vb. bo moist • T T , (NH id.; As. raf&bu, II. moisten; Ar. ijU?J, Eth. <JTAi Aram. 30"), <»J», all be moist); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. UtJ^Dnn DTJD Jb 24". tab! adj. moist, juicy, fresh;— N*n 1 POt^OS? Jb 8 16 . t [HD")] vb. (dub.) wring out (NH= BH (si vera L, v. Levy 1 """"' 444 and reff.)) ;— Qal Impf. 3 ms. sf.'JO"]? Jb 16 11 upon the hands of wicked men lie wrings me out, but read prob. % -/BTJ (Di Bu Du al.), q. v. DZ3") (Aram. BB"] tremble, rare, der. spec). "ton n.[m.] trembling, panio (Ba NB5 ** Ko"- M2 ) ';— abs. ng*jnn ^ Je 49 24 sfce Wt *ei«ec£ panic, but < i^jpn (Gie), panic hath seized her. tt£'3L2"l vb. quadril. intrans. grow fresh (Ges ' M ; si vera 1., transp. b>S"ib [expanded from CSt3 6e w?w£e, loose, delicate, cf. esp. As. tapdsu, be fat, Zim BPMA Fra ZAUU55 ], cf. Talm. KB-B-IB fatly membrane, Syr. )fci*»4 PS152? * 7 »' w Jlesh; Ar. ,_r-Oj 6« convalescent; but 't perh. not orig.) ;—/>/. pass.l^O **>^ B'SBn Jb33 25 his flesh hath grown fresher than, etc. ; rd. perh. B>BB Altschuller ZAW " <188,,, • 212 , B>BB' Bi Bu cf. Du. t [tP'tp"!] vb. Pi. dash in pieces (cf. X B^l cast away, reject ; but possibly akin to W&); — Pi. Impf. 2 ms. JTtSin 2 K 8" their children thou wilt dash in pieces; 3 fpl. TliriB'i? nf&

Dny: l s I3 >8 ) but prob. crpt., Du conj". 

njftovi nhyj, c f. Che. Pa. Pf. 3 fs.^J?' DK neb-icns Ho 10"; Impf 3 mpl. *fcpn; Is 13 16 Na 3 10 , &WV Ho 14 1 , all of children.' ' "n v. nn.

IP™] [No z "° IIX '" <U8SX M0> 634 Ges 573 "] vb. 

strive, contend (cf. Ar. i^>IJ (^) agitate (the mind), Z^J disquiet; cf. also Syr. o» cry, shout, Aph. also quarrel noisily, .~>o j shouting, clamour (v. Nb lc ) ; on Sab. n.pr. 3n = Ar. vCi v. DHM lb »);— Qal P/. 3 ms. 3} Ju 11 25 1 S 25 s ; 2 ms. fOI La3 M , rfan Jb 33 », etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 3<T Ju 6 31 + , juss. 3T Ho 4 4 1 S 24 16 , 3?') (ta)W Ju6 31 - 32 ; 3T»1 Gn 3 i M + ; 2 ms. 3TO1 Pi- s' Kt, 3nn Q r ; 3 mpl. |3^ Ex 2 1 ' 8 , etc. ; Imv. ms. 3n Mi6' Pr25 9 , ran ^35' + , mpl. I3~l Is 1" Ho 2 4 ; /re/, abs. 3n Ju 1 1 25 , 31 Jb 40 2 ; 31 Je5o J4 (Ges t73d Kb IM9 Ba KB80 ); c*<r.3n Is 3 " Jb9 s +Ju2i M Qr(Kt3n),3TAm7 4 Pr25 8 ;P<. 3"1 Is 1 9 20 + ; — strive ; 1 . involving bodily strug- gle Ex 2 1 18 (sc. one with another ; E) ; public hostilities, 6 3") VT Dt 33" (with) A?'« Aaw/s he strove for it, c. 0? of Israel, 3"i 3hn Ju n 25 (|| Bnitt). 2. with words, c. 3 pers. Gn 31 s8 (E), Ex I7 2 *(J) Ju 6 M , so (in fig.) Ho 2 4 cf. v 4 ; oft.=quarrel, c. D? pers., Gn 26 20 Ex i7 2b Nu 20 3 (all J), Ne i 3 2i ; subj. God Jb 9 3 13" 23 s ; also 40 2 (DV of God ; on inf. abs. v. Ges ill4M ), in gen. P^ ; c. ON pers. Ju 8' Ne 5 7 13 1117 , subj. '» Is 4 9 M (cf. 1. yy r infr.), ^35' (|| BO?); m of' Is 45 9 (pt. one striving), Nu 20 13 (P); c. ?5? rei Gn26 2 '- 22 ; abs. =find fault H04 4 (|| 0>3in). Esp. 3. conduct a (legal) case, suit, usu. fig.,

  • subj.; lB3 M ,(lin),57 ,, (ll , »?).r-io3 , pe3

[«|«]), cf. Efca 3"£ tOJJ Am 7 4 ; c. ace. pers. with whom (unfriendly sense), Jb io 2 Is 27 s ; c. ace. cogn. 3n in good sense, =take one's part, 1 S 24 16 (Gi ; v 16 van d. H. Baer ; || DBB>), Mi 7' Je 50 34 (0?Tm V* 3"), i n f. C8 tr.= inf. abs., v. supr.), 5 i 36 (|| Dpj) La 3 68 Pr22 23 *43 , ( + , ta?; II B$), H9' 54 ( + ?«?), also 74 s2 (God, his own cause); +^3? pers. against whom 1 S 25 s9 (of vengeance); +ns pers. against whom Pr 23", so (without ace. cogn.) Is 50 8 Je 2 99 ; cf. VIK Dnnn Mi6 : (II. riK 1 c; © np6s, whence We Now "v&J in the presence of, but on ?£ 3 11 "! v. 4) ; '- -=j)lead, c. 7 pers. for whom Ju 6 31 31! " Jb 1 3", c. ace. pers. for whom Is 1 17 , of God 51- 2 , cf. Dt 33 s (obscure, v. Dr); of human disputes Pr 25 s , 1p" n ? 1 13n v 9 . 4. =make complaint, c. i>S pers. unto and against whom Ju 21 22 Je 2 M 1 2 1 Jb 33". Hiph. Pt. sf. una 1 S 2 10 Kt (Qr VS^D), i. e. (those) displaying contention against him ('<), cf. pl.cstr. |nb "3n»3 ^Qyi Ho 4 4 , obscure ; ES Propl, - 406, 3 DO thy people have re- belled against me, priest ! Beck Wu We GAStn jnbn yn T D3? •>rpy> ('an as voc., and [by some] joined to v 6 ); Hermann SK ' m9 ' 5 ' 6 '3n «-3ntp TjBjn, cf.OortC3n); Euben Cri '- B<,m,,11<>c '3n 1iD3 %i, so Now. — 3T1 1 S 15' v. 31X Hiph. an n-m. 1 ' 1 ' 23 strife. disr>ute : — abs. 'T strife, dispute ; - Gni3 7 + ,3TEx23 2 +; cstr. V if + ; sf. , 3 , T iS24 ,6 + ,t3313 Jb 3 i ,3 (orinfJ),etc; pi. ran Dt 1 7 8 ; cstr. '?n 2 S 22"+ 2 t., ntan Jb 13';— «<rt/e, quarrel: tl. in words, Ex 17" (J), Dt I 12 , about pasturage Gn 1 3 7 (J ; = fl'ID v 8 ), in gen. Pris 18 17" 20 3 26 17 - 21 30 33 , +'pno Hbi s , so 'T'n3t Pr 1 7 1 ; fig. TOSg 1 Jb 33 19 Kt (Qr 311, i. e. 31 q . v .) ; ttb^ '1 f 3 1 * cf. Is 5 8 4 Pr 1 8 6 ; rrn

FH fl t^N Je 1 5 10 ( + jVlD '«). fS. of public hos- tilities aS22 44 =^i8« cf-a'"! B*K Jui2 2 , *S 1J1 Is 41"; || DDPI f ss » 3. „ esp. efoptife, controversy, case at law : Ex 23 M -*(E), Dt 21 s (+«*"), 25' 2 S I5 2 - 4 (!| DBffc), + 10 t., + (of') Ho 4 1 12 3 Mi 6 i! Je 25" Ez 44 s * La 3"; as ace. cogn., case, cause Mi 7 9 Je 50" + 8 t. (v. v 3), + , riB-in an iS»£*,1to] NT! La 3"; ra*>*3f! Dt 1 7 s matters of controversy ; '~ 1 9 17 dispute as to guilt; ^yi ^ ,{ * Jh 31 s1 = accuser. t4. pfea: Pr 18' 7 , 'DSb ni3"l Jb 1 3 6 pleadings of my lips. "hl'H n.pr.m. in Benj., 2 S23 29 (P«/3a,Epi/3a) = 1 Ch 1 1 31 (P<j3«, Pi7j3oi, Pi/Sar, etc.); cf. *3«"!}. T2") s n.m. epith. of Assyrian king (prop., si vera 1. , vb. = let him contend, or (one who) contends) ;— only "• ^O Ho 5 13 10 s , i.e. TP. Ill; WMM ZAW„ 1 io«r7).335 prop 3-, ^bo (%. old nom. termin.)=As. sarru rabbu; Che E " M "- No '- 18 "' 364 31 "|!>» ; Che E ° cyBlbJi ""conj. »ny -fm, Arabian king; cf ., further, Coram., Schr C0T ' * d loc - J A Selbie H.,tin«. db, jai^ an(1 reff. fi. [n v y] n.[m.] opponent, adversary (Ges ,85d );— sf. (of Zion), ^ Is 49 25 (© rffn, so Du); cf. pi. sf. »3nj f 35 1 (|| '$$>); of per- sonal opponent, "Jl] Je 18" (© *3*?, so Gie). fn. H* 1 *"* n.pr.m. (he contendeth or <a£e</t (our) part, conducteth (our) case ; cf. Sab. 3T> Hal 615 ) ; — 1. son of Simeon 1 Ch 4 24 , lapuv[p, /3 1, = P?J l,v.sub p3. 2. post-ex. names, lapei/i[0], etc.: a. Ezr8 16 , perhaps =b. 10 18 . I" [^"P] n.pr.m. a hero of David (OAram. <3n» CIS"-™"" 1 " 180 || As. Iribai);—c. ^TT 1 Ch II 46 , laptfrti, @L lapttfr. + 1. PD'HO n.f. strife, contention; — abs. 'D, of quarrel between herdsmenGni3 8 (J); cstr. n"1J?n rQHD, of people's strife with Moses at Kadesh Nii 2 7 14 (P), cf. tt'D 2. •J- 11. nn^lQ n.pr.loc. (place of strife); — . at Rephidim, tM HDO Ex 17' (J), Aot8op>7<nr. . at Kadesh, esp. in '"lino M3 water of M. (® vSwp aM-iXoyiW) Dt 33 s Nu 20 13 (P) f8i 8 106 32 , also (© vba>p ttjs Xoi8opi'ur, @L as above) Nu 20 24 (P); 'D cstr. in BHi? funo '» (© SSt fi ivTiXoyias [tV] KaS^r) Nu 27 14 Dt32 51 (both P), and(@ vbap Papiptod Kadr,s) EZ48 23 ; SO flUnD ">» 'p 47" (® £8<op yiapipa>0 KaSr,s) ; Dt 33' V. BHp ad fin. ; h^W alone, only ^ 95 s (napamicpaapos ; ||n ? ptfV

-= 
, y^' , n.pr.m. name given to Gideon 

(ace. to Ju 6 M , where expl. as let Baal contend (cf. Dr 284 - 4 Kg"- 1 ' 467 ); Impf. 31T not elsewhere [yet 3nn Pr3 M Kt, and Inf. cstr. 3n Ju2i a Kt], hence We 8 - 31 expl. as^jnrp, /ffv, cf. W,VT(p.436b),soGFM•' u Bu Ju Now J,, );— Ju 6 M 7' 8*>* 9' + 8 t. 9 (5>»3- 9 24W ), 1 S 12"; seff^ 1 2 S 1 1 21 (v. nS*3 2, sub Bh3) ; I*po|3aaX (usu.; so ©L 1 S 1 2" 2 S 1 1 s1 , where © B Upopoap). tntZHT^ 2 S ii sl v. foregoing. I 7j*3 3TT0 n.pr.m. (Baal is (our, my, his) adwcate(?), cf.Nes*« 120 Dr SS4 ' 4 ; but Gray*™-*- 201 thinks {>JJ3 *TD orig. form = hero of Baal); 1. son of Jonathan 1 Ch 8 s4 , % '» v VETt} (err. 1) ^sl^Sflf (later change, v. ffto sub Eh3) 2 S 4 4 /*»»«•»■ i6'- 4 19 2531 2 1 7 , JlBfrBD 16=* (called &K?H|); © in 2 S Mf^i- j3oa5f, in I Ch (usu.) MtpiflaaK ; ©L Mtptpifiaak in 2 S(exc.4'- 2 etc, where noting). 2.nB*3DD son of Saul and Rispah, ace. to 2S21 8 , © (incl. ©L) M(p<pipo<r8t. iti, n"" - ! v. nn. Q" 1 "). v. d«->. [y'n] v. n. yj sub njn- $71 v. yn. ^"1 ( -v// °f following ; meaning unknown). t[i"TD v l] n.[f.] dub.; some grain or fruit (such as was spread out to dry (2 S), and also pounded (Pr); 23 2S as if drying barley- groats, ©L naKaOas, cakes of preserved fruit, cf. preparation of ' apricot-cheese ' Wetzst zpv.it.2 Nes M.rg.i S) wno c i teg a i so Almkvist Kl. Eeltr. jur Lexicosr. de« Vulg. Ar. Actei. 419 . pj_ ft |j g HIBT S17 19 , nian p^ 22 . tnD ,, ") n. pr. gent, 'son' of Gomer (of Japhet);— Gn io 3 (P; > || I Ch I s W q.v.); Joseph, makes =Paphlagonians ; Bo Lag°" -Abb - 235 cp. river 'Piv/3as (Arrian Per "" 12 - s ) = Rhebas (Plin NHTl ' 4 ), on Thracian Bosphorus, but v. Di. t[p' , "1] vb.Hiph. make empty, empty out (Ar. Jlj (tj) pour out, forth, intrans. (of water, blood, etc.); Aram. PT empty, 2>our, si in deriv.; As. reku, empty); — Pf 1 s. 'np^H Lv 26 s3 Mai 3 10 ; 3 pi. «pnrj Ez 28 7 30"; Impf 3 ms. Pi; Hb 1 17 , Vh Gn 14 14 (but v. infr.); Imv. ms. P"jn ^- 35^ / w /. cstr. p^n Is 32 s ; i°i. pi. P'FT? Gn42 35 Zc4 12 ; — 1. empty vessels Gn 42 s5 (E) Je 48 12 ; keep empty, 35?"! B>33 pnn|) 33-, 939

JB>K"y ^ 66 12 over our Jieads. 2. ca«s« to 

draw (plough, etc.) Ho io", obj. Ephr. under fig. of heifer. 3. fig. (Tlffarbs) Tft a ?"! n 2 K 13 1616 cause hand to ride upon (grasp) bow. < 2D"I n.m. 2K13 7 [even Na 2 5 , where read V * Ho L BQWP (for |H-) We Now Albr ZAW "' <I896) ' "J chariotry, chariot, mill-stone ; appar. also riders (cf. Lag BN151 );— abs. *1 Gn5o' + ,3?;} 2 S8 4 + ; cstr. 33n Exi 4 9 +; sf.'MI Ju 4 7 +" 133-) 2 K5 9 + ,fl331 Na2 14 ; pi. cstr.'inCti*;— Ho io 13 v. infr.; — 1. ]0 , coll. chariotry, chariots [sts. of specific no. 2 K 1 3 7 2 S 8 4 Ex 1 4' etc. ; often + D , BnS, (tr)MD], esp. war-chariots : in Egypt Exi4 7 (J), Jos 24 s (E) + ; early Canaan Jos 1 1 4 Ju 4 713 5 s8 (not sg.; || Vrn3|-)0) + , called ?H1 '*> (i.e. iron-bound, or studded, cf. GF1I Jul. 19 T" and reff.), t Jos^ 16 ' 8 Jui 19 4 313 t; Philist., ace. to 1 S 13 5 2 S i 6 ; Aram 8 4 io 18 + ; Judah and Israel (from David's time, cf. 8 4 ) 1 K 9 19 - K 1 o 26 + , read also 133-13 Ho 1 o 13 (for 1?"na) ©* We Now GASm ; A jsy'ria 2 K 1 o^rrls 37**, Na 2 4 ° 14 (to be burnt ; made mainly of wood) ; Babyl. Je 47 s (on title v 1 , see Gf Gie), 50 37 51 s1 Ez 23" + , etc.; for dignity and display 1 K i 5 2K 5 9 Je 17 25 2 2 4 Is 66 20 , cf. Gn5o 9 (J), (cf. also

K9 1922 10 s6 , etc.); fig. of Elijah, VBTJM ^ff[ 1 
K 2 12 , of Elisha 13 14 ; V$ 33T 2 K 2" chariotry 

of fire (at Elijah's translation); ->K "1 •u>68 18 chariots of El, i.e. his heavenly host, cf. vision 2 K 6 17 , and also 7"; *l meton. for chariot-Aorses 2 S 8 4 = 1 Ch 1 8 4 . 1 2 . of single chariot 1 K 22 3538 2K 9 Jl;!124 io 1,i 2Ch35 24 ,prob.alsoExi4 8 ; pi. njTlQ ^ST Ct i 9 . +3. upper millstone (as riding on the lower) Dt 24 s Ju 9 s3 2 S 1 i 2 '. 4. appar. = riders (coll.), troop (of riders): '0B> D^DID 331 2 K 7 14 two riders of horses, horsemen (or two cliariots drawn by horsesl); in foil, text dub.: boi '■> "lion '"> D'Bha 10V 1 1s 2 1 7 riders, viz. a pair of horsemen, ass-riders, camel-riders ; cf. O^-JS ICY e»N '"l v 9 i.e. men riding, a pair of horsemen; D'CHB D1X *Xf 2 2 6 with riders (consisting of) men, horsemen, but use of D"1K very improb.; attractive is with chariotry of (drawn by) steeds ('h as gloss) DuChe Hpt Di- Kit but 'B hardly steeds here (cf. 'a horsemen, v 7 ); read perhaps simply 'B1 '13. tn33"! n.f. act of riding;— '"£ EZ27 20 . T33"1 n.m. 1. charioteer, 1331 1 K 22 34 = 33Tn 2 T Ch 1 8 s3 . 2. horseman, 331 2 K 9 17 ( = D1D(n)

')■ t[3tt^] n.[m.] chariot (Ba JiB85 ); — sf.

D"3V Djjrrj >/m 04 3 (of '*). 

T231 n.pr.m. (6and ofridersl cf. Ar. tLl^ camels used in journeying); — 1. P>?x a /3 : a. in 'VJ3 3"ljiiT (Jehu's time, v. IIP) 2 K io 15n , whose descendants [or, the members of whose society, RS K 15 , yet v. No ZMG rl(1886) ' 171 ] were con- temp, with Jerem., Je 35 68 ' 14 1619 ; 1 Ch 2 5S tfiTVQ (v. Ti?) are said to be descended fr. Hammath, a ?"T r 'l' , 3 ^K. — On the asceticism of difF. tribes cf. Diod 1 ' 1 - "(Nabataeans), Palmer DMert 432 (Khei- bar'i Jews in Arabia); v. also Berthol ste '""" s '"• «u d. Fn,md.n 80 # h ^ perh _ a> g0 EMey K-ffhun, H7) in 'l-f3 n;3bp Ne 3 14 . 2. in Benjamin, 2 S 4 a (Pi^oiS), v 5 " ('€K X a ; A ©L Pr, X aP in all). t [122-1] adj. gent, of 331. 1, only pi. D'33nn a T s subst.,in '"in n»J Je35 ! -'- l8 ,1n-n , 3 »JB V 5 , Kpxafittv, Pu^a/Sftx, etc. taSnO n.m. L ' ,M chariot, riding- seat (prop, riding-place); — 1. cliariot ( = foll.), sf. i33"iob D*D1D 1 K 5 6 . 2. abs. 'o, prob. saddle Lv 15' (P). 3. i33")0 seat of litter Ct 3 10 . trQiHO n.f. chariot; — abs. 'o Ju4 15 + , cstr. D33-10 tGn 4 i 43 ; sf. tosno 46 w -r; pi. ni33-io Zc6' + ; cstr. nbfjp a k 23" + , n'3- Exls 4 ; sf.TO'3310 Mi 5 10 Hb 3 8 , etc. -—chariot (oft. || (D')DID', rS8 u »1fjp): esp. war-chariot, Egypt., Ex 14 s5 (J), 1 5 4 (song), 2 Ch 14 8 ; from Musri in N. Syr. (ace. to Wkl., v. D'lXO ad fin., cf. Kit 1 K I028 Benz ">) 1 K io ffl =2 Ch i 17 ; Can., Josii 6 - 9 (JE),Ju4 ls (ll 3 m 5"(ll«.); Assyr, Is 2 7 Na 3 2 ; foe from north Je 4 13 , nations in gen. Hg 2 22 ; Isr. and Jud. 1 K 20 33 22 M = 2 Ch 18 34 , 2K9 27 io 15 2Ch 35 24 Mis' ; fig. of V 8 chariots Is 66 15 Hb 3 s , cf. (in vision) Zc 6 1 - 22 - 3 - 3 ; 'O for dignity and display Gn 4i 43 (E), 46 s9 (J), 1 S 8 11U 2 S 15* 2 K 5 21 2fi , T1i33 ni33-ip Is 22 18 (iron.); used in flight I K i2 18 =2Ch io 18 , Mi i 13 ; t^D^n ttbfJ9 2K23" (idolatrous); 'On £3"31-13n (read 'Sn'rnrie, @ Benz) 1 Ch 28 18 (on this conception of cherubim in temple v. Benz); 'O in similes : 'On I?iK HK^JOS 1 K 7 s3 , '0 i>ip3 Jo 2 5 ; on the obscure 3H3 'OJ 'ID Ct 6 12 cliariots of my people, a prince (?) v. esp. Bu. TrO - ! n.pr.loc. in Judah; — 1 CI14 12 , Pyx a P- t [*^T J 1] vl>. be tender, weak, soft (Ar. eJJ, Aram. ^]3"1 (in der. spec, and deriv.), -.i, id.); — qalPf. 3 ms. V- 2K22' 9 2Ch 3 4 27 ; 3 pl- «3 f 55"; Impf. It (Ges*"") Is 7 4 + ;— 1. be tender, weak, of heart : a. be timid, fearful,

  • r Is7 4 Jesi 4 * Dt20 3 . b. be softened,

penitent, || y?3 Niph., 2K22 19 =2Ch 34 27 . 2. 6« «q/"<. of treacherous words 1/C55 22 (c. IP comp.; || II. P?n). Pu. Pf. 3 fs. n33l Is i e it has not jeen softened, mollified, with oil (of wound, D3P). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. "ai> tlin bsi Jb 23" (Ges'«"), causat. of Qal 1 a. T^Tl adj. tender, delicate, soft; — '" abs. Gni8 7 + , cstr. Dt 20 8 2 Chi 3'; fs. H31 Dt 28 M +; mpl. Brfl Gn 33"; fpl. abs. ntel 29" Jb 40 27 ;— 1. feretfer of flesh Gn 18 7 (J; T?3-f3); tender, delicate, esp. in body, of children 33 13 (J), cf. (implying weakness of undeveloped character) 2 S3 39 , IQJ 1$» 1 Ch 22* 29 1 , (Tm) -J! Pr 4 3 (' of tender age,' Toy, q.v.) ; of man ( + 3iy ; i.e. delicately nurtured) Dt28 M , so of woman v "( + n5:j>), so, fig. of Bab., Is 4f l (+id.); V- as subst. =fe«d«r (twig) Ez 17" (in fig.); deli- cate, weak, of eyes Gn 29 17 (E). 2. 33;>(n) r~ weak of heart, timid, Dt 20 8 ( + N" 1 '), 2 Ch 13 7 (~>J?3). 3. soft, of words, abs. rf»*l Jb 40" = subst., mild, gentle words (|| DWITI); T]l njJTO Pr 15 1 (opp. % -n-n), nsn |te$ 25' 15 . T 7i~ n.[m.] tenderness , delicacy ; — of deli- cately-nurtured woman, ?PP* MJ?1?™? Dt 28 s6 . tljnfi n.[m.] weakness (Ko" 1 ' 98 );— Lv 26 M I will send 'd tnto (3) yowr Aeart (i. e. make you timid, fearful, cf. Vl a, 'HI 2). [7D"1] vb. prob. go about, from one to another (for trade or gossip) ( connected with 73T ; cf. Ar. jSj kick a horse, to make him go [?prop. use the foot, cf. J*,?] ; NH ^"i, Aram.

  • 6:ii-i, Jlii <rader, NH XWV slander [cf. Jftl

calumniator, fr. .?. Hffo afiou<,Qor 2 19 al.]) ; — Qal i^.^Vi Ct 3 s ; fs. cstr. T)f EZ27 3 , sf.^FCCn v 20 - 25 ; mpl. tf'xp iKio 15 + , etc.;— as subst. —trafficker, trader: usu. pl., Na 3 16 Ez 17 4 p I*?),, z? 18 - 1 ' 17 ' 22 * 2 - 23 * (<del. Toy Krae), v" Ne3 3152 i3 20 ( + ^P"^3 ,- ?3to); 'in "iriDp iK io ,s (text dub.; cf.'o, p. 695); sg. fig. of Tyre, M"! b*ir^J D"pyn n^3i EZ27 3 , of a people v 20 - 28 " (pl. Mez?*™ 34 Krae, v. also loj'?) ; sg. of pers. only f^C n£3K Ct 3". t[n^3"l] n.f. 1. traffic;— sf. 1^3") Ez 2 gs.i..i» T v 2 . merchandise, ^3") 26 12 . T73T n.pr.loc. (traderi); — in S. of Judah 73-Q 1 S 30 s *, ® »V KapfiijXa [A Paxi?X], rd. prob. ^n?3 We Dr Bu Kit HPS ; v. 11. '3 2.

Cfo-, 

tb^DI n.[m.] slander, > tale-bearer, in- former ; — always 'l abs.; — $ip *l Je9 3 , H ^j Lvi9 ,6 (H), 1 1§n Pr 1 1 13 20 19 ,all of going about in slander, as slanderer (Ges 5 " 8 "); "1 ""SpSn J66 28 <?oers of slander (slanderous persons) (cf. vij, p. 23lf.);"' , K'3XEz 2 2 9 meno/sZan<fer, informers. t[ri73"1?3] n.f. prob. plaoe of trade, market-plaoe ; — sf. 'nnps'lpf. Ez 27 s4 in thy market-place (Thes Buhl 1 " Hi-Sm Krae al.; >-inb-i D3 J Co Berthol, cf. Toy). t[DD1] vb. bind (As. rakdsu, id.; NH found, lay foundation (rare); Ar. ^J^J bind with JJ&j [rope tying camel's head to forefoot] (Frey)j but usu. turn over, reverse (Lane)); — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. WJT* (P) Ex 28 s8 , «fft 39 21 , bind JS* 1 " 1 by (IP) its rings to (PS) rings of ephod. t [D3~l] n.[m.] dub.; perh. roughness (of ground ; t lit. binding, knot); or bound up, im- peded, i.e. the impassable; or mountain-c^aira (v. Thes);— pl. D'Dfin Is 4 o 4 (|| 3pyn ; pp. nypa). t [DDS] n. [m.] dub., Thes Hup-Now snare, or band (Dr banding together), or (most) league, conspiracy (RV plottings) ; 01 reads deriv. of i53T=sZanrfer, so (v"9T) Che Du ; Bae despairs ; — pl. cstr. BNjnpai ^ 3 i 21 (|| nu'K>p an). ttiOT vb. collect, gather property, vb. only P(rare) (Mand. E»31 gather, Norberg LMld - 231 ; As.rukAiu, property (Hpt HbrlllU0 riding anim.); Aram. KBO") , )ia* = BH eon) ;— Qal />/. 3 ms. '"l, ace. J'3j3, Gn 3i 18b 36 6 ; elsewhere c.acc.cogn. trai: tbl -lBfc qi'" 3 pl. «5>3n 4 6 6 , 1BOT I2 S . tcjp^ n.m. E,t8,10 coll. steeds (connex. with Wub.) ;— abs. '1 Mi 1 13 + , B ! 3; 1 K 5 8 ;— + D^D 1 K 5 9 , harnessed to chariot Mi i 13 , ridden Est8 10 ( + D'DID ; defined as DOpin P.3), v 14 . t tt^m , ttJp") n.m. Gn 13 ' 6 property, goods;— abs. t^3T Nu i6 32 + , ^31 Gn 14**; cstr. B^T 2Ch 3 5 7 ,' B^j Gni 4 u ;^f. W?) v 12 + , DfiS") 1 2 s + , etc. ; — property, goods, PRChr Dn Gn 1 4 : 1. gen. term for movable possessions of all kinds (oft. specif, incl. cattle), Gn 1 2 6 15 14 Nu 1 6 32 1 Ch 27 31 28 1 2Ch 31 3 32 M Ezr8 21 io 8 . 2. used specif, of cattle, flocks, etc. Gn 13 6 31 18 36' Nu 35 3 2 Ch 35 7 . 3. of stores, utensils, etc. Gn 46" Ezr i 49 , as camp-baggage Dn 1 1 1S , esp. as booty Gn i 4 2 »»- 2 ' 2 Ch 20 2S 2 1 1417 Dn 1 1 2428 . Dt

pm i, ii. a~>, m v. dp. o~i v. oto. fl. n?D"l vb. oast, shoot (As. rawd, throw, lay; Ar. ^J*' throw, slioot; Eth. <Jff»?: strike, aim a Movj at; Aram. NOT, |^>j cast, throw); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. *l , subj. '» Ex 1 5 121 (song), c. ace. + DJ3; P«. ne>j3 nDT Je 4 ™ coll. (or read W) bow-sliaoters, bowmen, pl.cstr.'p" , < n 'jJBnj i/c 78° (v. II. psw); cf. nnh Gn 2 1 80 (v. II. nan, ntfp.). •f-II. [HE*!] vb. Pi. beguile, deal treacherously with (NH in deriv.; X "?"] Pa.; Buhl 1 * 1 cp. Ar. ^Ij vi. be sluggish, backward (of wound), become putrid, corrupt) ;- — Pf. 3 ms. nan Pr 26", sf. I ?f1 2 S 19 27 ; 2 ms. sf. WET! Gn 29 2S 1 S 28"; 2 fs. sf. WB1 19", etc.; /»/. c*«r. sf. ^nteli) 1 Ch 12 18 (van d. H. v 17 );— be- guile, deceive, mislead, ace. pers., Gn 29 2o (E), Jos 9 M (JE), 1 S 28 12 2 S 19" Pr 26 19 ; deal treacherously with, betray, ace. pers., 1 S 19 17 Lai", + v 3si> iChi2 17 . f 1. n*Kn n.f. deceit, treachery; — always abs. '"I; — deceit, treac/iery: esp. of speech, pred. of ?ie6 Mi 6 12 (|| "ii?f ), appos. of |W$ (or read pe^ 1) f 1 20 2 (|| T^ DSb), v 3 ; of man, 1 nety 52* </ta< workest treachery, 101 7 (|| D , "!iJK> I?' 1 !); also Jb 13 7 2 7 4 (both || i"yiy); deception fr 32 s (|| P^); in phr. "1 nB'p treacherous bow (sim.) Ho 7 16 yjr 78 s7 (failing him who trusts to it). fl. ntyiD n.f. deceit, treachery; — abs. 'd Am8 5 + ; pi. abs. J"liBTO |io' + ; — deceit, of balances, 'O ' JWD i. e. deceptive balances Am 8 s (pi?f), Hoii'Prn^opp. HD^ |3K), 20 a , 'D 'J3K Mi 6" (v. [fTKO] p. 24); esp. treachery, craftiness, 2 K 9 s3 , '133 treacherously, Gn 2 7 35 (J), and (of crafty speech) 34 13 (P); '» "nsb ^17' i.e. treacherous lips, 'D 115?? 52 s , 'D 'El 1 09 2 (|pf$ jw5»), nterjp *iai 35 20 , 'ob ine>? ^24* (II *}#); cf. Is 53 9 '(|| DDH); also Ho i a>(| BTI3), Je 5 s7 9"- 7 Zp i 9 ( + D W> * 10 7 ( + 1jh, || boy W&), 34 u 3° 4 ( + P.?), 38 13 59" 55 12 ( + ^), Jb 15 35 31 6 (|| *tf), Pr 12 20 14 8 2 6 24 Dn8 25 ; opp. OBVV Pr 12 5 , +&-[$& nj? v 17 , +D , 3t3 ODJ i 4 «  (Hi Wild Toy read HDTO for TOTO, but II. TOT not elsewhere Pi); TM OTplJ E*t< f 5 7 (|| n:n 3T3),cf. 55 21 , n^iyi 'D E>'K 43 1 ; 'D nb^! Dn n 23 .— 11. n 919 n.pr. v. p. 599. t nO"in in 'na Ju 9 31 si vera 1. in treachery, treacherously, but form strange and meaning unsuitable ; read poss. TOV1K(3) n.pr.loc. (q.v.), cf. v 41 and GFM. main Je i 4 u Kt, v. foil. t iTO'lFl n.f. deoeitfulness; — abs. % pE^ z P3 ,3 (ll n T ty, 3J?), W?P Je8 5 ; cstr. B$ mpp

4 U Qr ( > Kt nu-in),' D3^> rerun 2 3 2 ' (|| t#) ; 

sf. Dn'CTTl -ijjsfy , , 9 >' 8 (where © » (||n^5fy); as adv. n^P n;»-i '> naNbo Je 48'°. (ijrPTp-p n.pr.m. (l '< looseneth, sc. the womb ? cf. As. £a kirimmasa rummtl, whose womb is loosened D1 HWB623 ); — 1 MM proph., son of Hilkiah, of priestly family in 'Anathoth : W3T j e ,ui 29 57 3 6 I " + 116 1. Je, + 2 Ch 35 25 36 u.ji.b (K^jn 'T J e 2 1» + oft.); nv J e 27 1 2 8 5 «- icn.i2.i5 2g i Ezr ,. Dn Q j. 1^^. ' +2 . WW, of Libnah, father of Josiah's wife, 2 K 23 31 24 18 = Je 52 1 , 'Ifpffilas. t3. WJ. Gadite, David's time 1 Ch 1 2 13 , l*p*iuia, ©L lcpapaov. The foil, all fl'-, © 'I«pf/u'n(t), 'l«/)fn'a(f), etc. : t4. Manas- site 1 Ch 5". 1 5. Benjamite 1 2*. 1 6. Gadite 12 10 . t7. a. priestly name : Nei2 12 . b. Ne 1 o 3 , perhaps= 1 2 s4 . tl'PUfJ n.pr.m. (prop/' hath loosened]); — one with foreign wife Ezr 1 o 25 , Pajiw(t). , 11. noi v. on. rr*3n v. 11. qdi. ft pBh n.: pomegranate (foreign word of doubtful origin, cf. LSw N °- 3 " > Horn A.u.A.97 ff .. Aram K 3i B n ; K j ?ri) )X a ^*| J Mand. N3KOP No" 123 ; Ar. ^H.' (Aram, loan-word, Fra 142 ), Eth. GOVi);— abs.'l iSi4 3 +, fb") Ex39 2626 ; sf. ^b - ! Ct8 2 ; pi. D'itol iKf+, etc.; — pomegranate : 1. tree 1 S 14 2 , oft. + 1?5, njsn, etc., Nu 2 o 5 (JE), Dt8 8 Hg 2" Jo'i" Ct 4" 6" 7 13 . 2. fruit Nu 1 3 s5 (JE ; + D<33$), trWf); 1 D'DJ| Ct8 2 , ^n n^B (in sim.) 4 3 6 7 . 3. ornaments in temple, shaped like pome- granates (cf. ijL.^ in mod. Syria = epaulet, Alrnkvist 1 "' 8 *"" 8 * » urI ' Mlco P'~" i,c - Nes"" 8 ' 12 ^ 1 K v n (on text cf. Sta ZAW1U(1883, - 1Mt Kit Benz),' v 20 - 42 - 42 pen H 2 Ch3 t,s 4 1 "' 2 K 25 ,7 = Je 52°, Je 52 22 - 25 ' 2S ; so in tabernacle, Ex 2 8 KM! »3 9 2< - 25 - 25 - (i « i . fn. p3"l n.pr.dei, in Aram. (OAram. fDT in n.pr. Lzb 369 Cook 109 ; As. Bammdnu, god of wind.rain and storm(Schr COT2K& 18 Zim KAT3 ' 442tt Muss-Arnolt JBLxl(18K >' 172 Jasti Rela,bI56ff ) ; Sab. }Dn (CIS"' "°- ,40 ' 209 H.Derenb in Kohut-Studies 120ff ) ; etym. dub.; v DJTl thunder Schr ; Vramdmu, roar Dl HWB624 andmost; = i.ltanHom AuA!l8 );— ~l n"3 2 K 5 18 , ;'S1 >V3 v 18 - 18 ; P^a*^];— v. also jiaTyin p. 213, |iB"OB p. 372. fin. ]V2T) n.pr.m.inBenj.,2S4 2 - 6 - 9 ; Prppup. fiv. pEI n.pr.loc. 1. in fiSH? J&D c ^ o/i?. Ju20 4547 , fits"! 'D v 47 2 1 13 ; P^o.*; =mod. cliff Ramm&n, E. from Bethel, Buhl 0100 , cf. GFM j ua >,« 2 . in S. Judah, '11 H? Jos 15 32 ; 1 i:5? 19 7 (both P), 1 Ch 4 32 ; ='n Zc 14 10 ; p f /i/io)i»[i9], etc.; v. in. |?3> 2, p. 745, and JiBI pg. 3. in Zebulun J0SI9 13 (Pe/xjiwra^)), =i3iD"l 1 Ch 6 62 (Pf^av); + Jos 2 1 35 (rd. H^Tj for HJOT, Di Benn Steuern); mod. Rummdne, c. 6 miles E. of N. from Nazareth (Buhl 0221 ). Ty-lD j^-j ni p r- i oc . station of Israel in wilderness, Nu 33 1920 (P), Pep/iav, Pa^wv.

  • iji^~1 1 Ch 6 62 see iv. fiB"} 3.

ni^n, [rvra-j] v. on. TPIQI n.[m.] spear, lance (etym. un- known; Aram. NHE ! n, H»o>; Ar. 11'; Eth. d*»A;);— oft. + nnn, nax, jao, n^etc.; — abs. '-> Ju 5 8 Nu 25' (P), Ez 39 9 1 Ch 12 925 (van d.H.v 824 ), 2Chi 4 7 25 5 ; pi. D'TOI iKi8 28 Je46 4 Jo 4 10 Ne 4 1015 2 Ch 1 1 12 26"; sf. Drnnen Ne 4 7 . Q^QIPI 2 Ch 2 2 5 , err. for D'SISH, v . Q1«  rrvrv i, n. rrsn v. n.n»-i. t : -' t • ^ ["=1'?"!] »• [ f -] exact meaning dub. (cf. Syr. Jiacf herd; foreign wd.; Pahlavi ramak, NPers. »_. ; /*er<Z of sheep, horses, etc., Thes 1291 Vullers " w ; in NH mule born of mare and he-ass); — D'acnn *aa Est8 10 usu. sons oftlie (royal) mares, said of ebin.

tosn s Q")(it (in foil. cpd. ; Thes cp. Ar. Jlj arfom with gems; OHeb. vrbtn Lzb 369 ). T irPTO"! n-pr.ni. father of Pekah, king of Israel, *r}2 2 K l g**»MX i6 i.s Ig ? i 2 ch 2 go. contempt. (n|3B m.) Is 7 4 - 5 - 9 8 1 "'; uJor 'PtyuXfov.

1- [D CH] vb. be exalted (||form (ace. to 

Mas.) of Din) ;— Qal Pf. 3 pi. «3xi D3JD y&n Jb

4 24 (perhaps pass, form Ges * CTm Bu ; Du ton); — 

Pt. Don v. mi Pol. Niph. Impf. 1 s. DDhs i s 33 10 (II •*$? J Hitbpol. fr. Din Kb 1 ^ 454 Ges ! " %

mpLVrfa-Et io 15 (of cherubim), feiT v 17 , ^W 

v 19 ; 7m«. mpl. ITjSn Tjino W^J Nu 17 10 (P). II. 0^™) (-s/of following; cf. Ar. Y. grow rotten, decay). T nQ") ni.worm (cause and sign of decay);— abs. '-iEx.16 24 (P), Is^ 11 (|| ny.bin), Jb7 6 17 14

26 24 20 all indie, corruption, feeding on dead, 

etc.; hyperb. of insignificant man 25 s (U^TM). T[DQ"l] vb.denom. be wormy; — Impf. 3 ms. (c. ace. result, Ges smdK ) B'J&fol mfl Ex i6 20 (Ges 5OTn ; +B^J1). tDpT vb. trample (NH id.; J Aram. DP") ; cf. pevh. Syr. axi3>, Ar. J3J feofc (Ba ES33 Kb" 196 ); JL^ is bury, and conceal grave); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. "f Mi 5 7 ; /mp/ 3 ms. Efon< Ez 26 11 1/, f, "DB^ Is 4 1 2 *, s f. njDDTl 2 K 9 33 , etc.'; Imv. fs. pen Na3 14 ; /»»/. cstr. Db") Is i 12 ; Pi. DtJl Is 1 6 4 ; — trample, of men, c. ace. 'nxn Is 1 12 , ricm Ez 26 11 (by horses' hoofs), B'B 41 25 (in sim.), cf. lion? 'n Na 3 14 , ace. njnjp Ez 34 18 (in fig.) ; trample down, ace. pers., anim., vel rei, 2 K 7 1720 , so (by horses' hoofs) <f, *M p«b 'T> V' 7 6 J 9 1 ' 3 (II V^Y, subj. ^ Is 63 13 (fig. ; + il% subj. ?p Is 26 s ; subj. beast 2 K 14 9 (allegory) = 2Ch 25 18 , Dn8 7 (vision), of horn, v 10 ; abs. of lion, «]!01 in Mi 5 7 (sim.); pt. as subst. coll. tramplers (i.e. devastators) Is 16 4 . Niph. be trampled, Impf. 3 fpl. njpD-jn D^?13 Is 2 8 3 (on subj. cf. Di Du Che" 1 " Kii' 183 ). I DQ"1Q n. [m.] trampling-plaee, tramp- ling ;— abs. '6 Mi f> + , D»-|t? (Ko 111 - 96 ) Is io 6 ; cstr. DO")P 7 25 Ez34 19 ; — 1. trampling-place^ riff 'd is 7 s5 (|| nbf »), oa^p. 'o Ez 3 4 18 (fig.y . trampling, HSp IW] Is 5 5 i< s/iaZ/ become a trampling, be trampled down, so Mi 7 10 , Is 28 18 DanD^> "b orrvn, cf. io 6 Dn 8 13 . t L/l J I vb. creep, move lightly, move — T about (chiefly P) (Ar. { ju, touch gently (Kam Frey); NH DW") creeping things (rare)); — Qal Impf. 3 fs. B>»";n Gn9 2 +2 t.; Pt. blO 1 ! i 26 +; fs. n'^oi Lvi i«+ 2 t.;— 1. subj. ground, tlTTi •TO'JKn 'n "1B& P3 all vrith which the ground creeps (teems), i.e. all creeping things, Lv20 65 (H), Gn 9 2 (P)- 2. elsewhere subj. animal : a. creep, nniNn"^ Dt 4 18 Gn7 8 (P), rfflfin Lv 1 1 44 (H), Gn i 30 (P); nD-jKn^y 'conn bcnn Ez 38 20 , n??"^ Gn i™ 7 14 8" (all P). T». we lightly, glide about, of water animals, t^Bi'S (WgB) nb'cnn n;nn Lv i i 46 (H), Gn i 21 (P), cf. ■^ 69 s3 . c. in gen. move about, of all land- animals, ffflfa Gn i 28 7 21 8 19 (all P) ; specif, of wild beasts prowling at night V' 104 20 . TtoQ") n.m. EzS8M coll. creeping things, moving things ; — '~ abs. I K 5 13 4- , cstr. Ho Sr*+j — 1. creeping things (disting. from HDna, njn, ejiy, -risx, a 1 !) H02 20 1K5 13 Ez 8 10 38 20 Gn i 24 - 25 - 26 6 7 - 20 7 14 " 3 8 1710 (all P), Hb i 14 (in sim.) V' 1 48 10 . 2. of sea animals, gliding things, i]r 104 25 . 3. moving things, of all animals Vll O 3 (P^ Of T) r HMt. DBCBEEPINO THINGS nm, Tim, dwi v. on. V -.*' ' T T * - T T ]h, 1, 11. ns"! v. pi. t[n^H] vb. rattle (onomatop.?); — Qal Impf 3 fs. n3"in Jb 39 s3 the quiver rattleth. J JH] vb. give a ringing cry (onomatop. ? cf. Ar. ^ cry aloud, also twang (of bowstring); NH Pi. murmur, complain, cf. JAram. (not Z));— Qal imp/. 3 ms. J»TJ (Ges 567 ") Pr2 9 6 (but rd. perhaps )**, Pinsk Toy, v. }Ti 2); 3 fs. P^Is 3 5 6 ; 3 mpl- *^ 24" + , *§ Ly 9 24 ; 3 fpl. nrin Pn 20 8 3 ; 7»w. fs."H Is54 , -|-, , | ! 1 12 6 ; mpl. W1 Je 3 1 7 + ,' Inf. cstr. "p 3 Jb 38'; — give a ringing cry : 1. in joy, exultation, |pi?yJe3i r (nni?B> '1), Is 12 6 24 14 (|| Vip k'eo), S4 > (+nss nfl); II riO Zp 3 14 ( + nofcf, tb»), Is 44 s3 Jb 38 7 ; ||no'B> Zc 2 14 f 35 17 Pr 29 6 (v. supr.); || TJ IS49 13 ( + n3-1 DTin), ||niX42 11 ; opp.P5?X (cry in distress) 65" (JO of cause); Lv 9 24 Is 35 s (subj. fltfy).— Is 61 7 is corrupt; read perh. plj and spitting, KloChe Hpt . 2. in distress, Laz 19 . 3. cry aloud, in summons, exhortation (of wisdom) Pr i 20 (|| *?V in?), 8 3 . Pi. Pf. 3 pi. consec. Uf!*j Je 3i 12 5 1 48 ; 7m^/. 3 fs. |a.!H^ 51", 3 mpl. Up; g 4 » +} fc|T 5 ,2 + ; 3 fpl. njhl 1 7 1 23 (van d. H. najnn), etc.; Imv. mpl. ^H Is 52 s + ; Inf. abs. (31 i/r 132 16 , c«<r. td. IS35 2 ; — give a ringing cry, in joy, exultation, esp. in praise to , Je 31" 51 48 Is 26" 35 2 (+«H v. rh% 5 2 8 (i| i>ip KBO), v 9 ( + nVS); elsewh. only ff: + 5 13

p-, 

(|| npfe , ,f^),67 5 90 14 9 2 s (c.3rei;a]l|rB' alone); i49 5 (ll% 9 8 4 (||ypn; +nXB,nOT), i 3 2 9 i 4 5 7 , &J1] in 132 16 ; c. ace. of theme 51 16 59 17 (^); 3 33 1 ; 3 rei 20«6 3 8 8 9 > 3 ; e.^ 95" (|| JT!"), ^? 8 4 3 , * ^B^t?) 9 6 ,J (|| 6y) = 1 Ch 16 53 (II )^V)> * 98 9 ; subj. dtb^ j x « ( || -rat). p u . Impf. 3 ms. impers. ?3")' W Is 16 10 no ringing cry sJiall be given (|| VJP!). Hiph. Impf. cause to ring out for joy, 1 s. i?"}N» i"l-!0?K 3.? Jb 29 13 ; 2 ms. rTJB 3n$n Tjfc 'KJfio',/, 6s 9 ; 7m». mpl. y^^D ring out a cry of joy ^ 32 11 (|| nc'C, b*3), *>> 8i 2 (|| ynn); c. ace. of theme, 183? Dt 3 2 43 (v. Dr; cf. Pi.).— Hitb.p?l. ^ 78 66 cf.tn. t [p] n. [m.] ringing cry ; pi. cstr. B. ?B 'an ^32 7 . t TO"] n.f. id.;— 'I abs., of joy Jb3 7 + ioo 2 (llnno'E'); j,l. niaa-i 'nst? 63'; exultation, sg. cstr. D'ycnnaa-i Jb2o 5 ( fi. n2"l n.f. ringing ory ; — abs. ,m Je 7 l6 + ; sf. *nai ^17' + , nnn Jei4 12 +; — ringing cry: 1. in entreaty, supplication, to , 1 K 8 28 = 2 Ch 6 19 , Je7 18 11" f 17 1 61 2 88 3 (all + n^Bri), 106 44 119 169 142 7 Je 14 12 . 2. in proclamation iK 22 s6 . 3. in joy, esp. praise to + nnt3b> Is

10 51 11 ( + fify) ; + ^09 2 Ch 20 22 , +'|W 

f 105 43 , +rnin 107 22 , +}'Sv Pru 10 ; || pinb f 126 2 ; opp. »?!, etc. 30 6 1 26 s , cf. v s ; 'n i^ip Is48 20 ^42 5 ( + n , iw), 47 2 ii8 15 ( + WK ! ;) ; nsa 'n Is 14 7 44 s3 49 13 54' 55 12 ; of Vs joy over Zion Zp 3 17 ;— Dnn ntaNS Is 43 14 m the ships of their ringing cry, in which they exulted, but dub.; Hi Ew J"li'3N3 (bring down) into mourning their '-; cf. Kit-Di Du Che Hpt Marti. f 11. H3"] n.pr.m. in Judah 1 Ch 4 20 ; Ara, A PawcDV, @L Pfvva. t Q" 1 ^") n. [m.] pi. bird of piercing cries - , i.e. ostrich, ace. to 33 Bo Di and most, '1 H? 3 Jb 39 13 , but read prob. CW. Hoffm Bu Du (as La 4 3 Qr),v. [frj. TnDI n.pr.loc. station in wilderness, Nu

s122 ; Afo-o-a, A Pf(7<ra, ©L Aptaaa. 

] D") (>/of following; cf. Ar. ^(Fra 100 ')= JDT; 3; N3DT (rare), cf. Dalm WB ). ft ]DT n-ni. 1 ' 30 ' 28 : 1. halter; 2. jaw(?);— 1. abs. '" ^32 9 restraining mouth of hoi-se or ass (4-3DD); fig. of" 1 nt?, D^ay v.ni)-^ n ^o 28 ; injB' 'JBD 'T Jb 30", i.e. threw off restraint. ... . - T . t, J 24 13 =2K4 38 6 23 + ; ^{nyif Gn4i 27 - 30S6 , / 1 nif v*°, but also "1 D'3E> [WB>] ins> 2 S 24 13 (on gender v. Albr ZAW "" 188,i >- 103 )=i Ch 21 12 ; c. ptn (be) severe Gn 47 s " 7 1 K 18 2 25'= Je 52 s , by ptn Gn47 M ; c.naa i2 ,0 4 7 413 ; biia 2K6 25 ; "lrtB^ Las 10 ; '"> ?Dt 3 2 M +Is5 13 (v. [mo]), "l 'wbrw Je 14V 1 %! La5 10 , 1 "DCt< Ez' 3 4 ! »; "HJ Wl 5"; as scourge of '» ( + ann, "i:n, etc.; esp. Je Ez), Je 5" 1 I 22 14" 2 1 7 » Ez 5 2 6"" + , etc.; fig. of lack of s word Am 8". 2. hunger, of individual Je 32' Dt 28 48 ( + «?*, etc.), 2 Ch

  • u (+«.>

p-l 944 . sf. ^D"? ?D3 41 s <A« double of his jaw, his double jaws (of croc.), si vera 1.; connexion of mngs. strange, P&&? 'SB, whence GHB Wright Du conj. fc*"!?. ■f 11. ]DT n.pr.loc. in Assyria, near Nineveh Gn io 12 ; Aa<T(p (prob.=res ini, head of spring; cf d1 p» m C0 T G ° >».'»). fl. [Dp^] vb. moisten (so Aram. Dp"), •aoi; Ar. JifJ (^ !) a/wm&Ze); — Qal Inf. cstr. n^brrns Dnb ;ds> Ez 46". fi. [C'pl] n.[m.] drop (of dew); — pi. cstr. nb-b W) ct 5 2 (|| bo). II. DD"1 (•of foil.; NH Dp") Pi. break, crush; so Mand. DD1 Norberg 1 "" 1 - 232 , JAram. DDT ; cf. Ar. JLl well stopped up with stones Hoffm z * wll,(1893) ' lli ). fn. [CD"]] n. [m.] fragment;— pi. B , PP"), of houses destroyed Am 6" (|| D'Vpa). jn, jh v.i. »jn. Ljriv jni. 11, in. jn v. II. njn. t !21H vb. be hungry (NH id. Hiph. and " T .'. deriv. ; As. rtihalu, hunger; Ar. v_^cj be roomy, voracious, C£) desire vehemently; Eth. CJfl: e hungry); — Qal />/. 3 ms. *1 Is 9 19 44 12 ; 3 pi. «JH ^ 34 »; 7 OTi ,/ 3 ms. 3Jf* Is 8 21 , 1 pi. 3f$ Je42 14 , etc.;— be hungry Is8 21 Gn4i 66 (E; of land, = have famine), Je 42 14 (0$b), Is49 10 (|| KDX), 65" (|| & ; opp. ban), * 5° 12 */ 1 should be hungry (of '»), Pr 6 30 1 9 16 . Hiph. allow one to hunger, subj.  : 7mp/. 3 ms. I^VT- ^ 8 3 (opp. I^aijll), Bfe? 3TP Pr Io3 - T1 n.m. Gn ■* ' famine, hunger ;— abs. 'n T T101 ' Gn 1 2 10 + ; sf. Day") Ne 9 15 ; 1. famine (in land, nation or city), Gn'12 10 26 l 4i 30 ' 31 Ex 16 3 2S21 1 run tlyn adj. hungry; — abs. '"I 2Si7 M +j fs. najn lo f Pr 27 7 ; mpl. &&) 1 S 2' + ;— hungry (sts. + NOX, ^y), 2 S 17 29 2 K 7 12 Is 8 21 Pr25 21 f 107 6 ; najn Bte3 v »Pr27 7 ; as subst. sg. a hungry man Is 29 s 32 s 58 7 - 10 Ez 1 8' 18 Jbs' (Bev jrh "- ="•»« prop. Sft, cf. Ez 7 1S ) 2 2 7 , pi. iS2 5 (op P . nnb D'v?f), Jb24 ,0 (|| ony), ^ 107*

4 6 7 ; tifc aypiT Jb 1 8 l2 (fig.) Ma *<rm ? «A, grows 

hungry, i.e. fails (33 Ew Di al.); @ De Bu Du (reading JIN) al. his trouble grows hungry (i.e. ravenous for him), but '"l never elsewhere in this sense. t |i3JH n. [m.] hunger, lack of food, famine;— cstr. D3^3 JlajP Gn 4 2 1 »- 35 (E); abs. jiay-i ^a f 37 s9 . ' tfTJH] vb. tremble, quake (NH id., Hiph. shake (rare), iTiyi a trembling, shaking; Ar. xe thunder (said of sky), vm. tremble, quiver; Eth. CO A tremble; JAram. iy] trem- ble, shake);— Qal Impf. 3 fs."lJnPn ^104^ and it (the earth) trembleth at the gaze of in theoph. Hiph. Pt. TyiS WTOy Dn 10" 7" stood trembling; pi. D'TyiD Ezr io", c. 3B*. tiyS jL.ro.. trembling;—? N3J 1) HNT

  • 55 6 ; iSnioiq^Exis' 5 .

+niy-| n.f. id.; subj. of ninx Is 33 14 ^48 7 ; II n ?T 2"; II ""O? Jb 4". I. n^™) vb. pasture, tend, graze (As. re 4, vb. pasture, n. rw/er, Tel Am. rtt/tt (as Canaanism) Wkl No181 ' 11 ; Ar. J.], Eth." CO?: Aram. Kyi, ULi, all = BH);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. nyil Mi5 3 + , 1 s. sf. consec. DWyW Ez 3 4 13 , 3 pi. sf. consec. ENS'}) Je 2 3*, etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. nyjj is27 20 + , juss. jnf Jb 20 26 , sf. najn^ f 80", B5?in ^ 78" p3 Hiph. van d. H.), etc.; Imv. ms.' njn Mi 7" + , sf. Dy-l f 2 8 9 ; fs. "yi Ct I 8 ; mpl. VT Gn 29 7 ; Inf. cstr. nijnb 37 12 + , etc.; Pt. np' 3 o M +, sf.'jn f 23'4-; ft. nyn Gn29 9 Pr 25 19 , etc.; — 1. trans, a. pasture, tend (pas- cere), lit., c. ace. ftfx Gn 3 o 31 M 37" (all J), Ex 3 l (E), iSi7 15 25 16 Is 6 1 6 , ace. of asses Gn 3 6" (P), kids Ct i 8 ; ace. (jtlX) om. Gn 29 7 37 13 (3 loc.) v 16 (all J), Ct 1 7 (|| T a T), Jb 2 4 2 (© Me Siegf Bu ^jni);— metaph. DJTV t6 ^J J-j'a Ho 9 2 , but rd. DyT ® We Now GASm ; Dy^ niO ^ 49 > b. fig. of f ace. i)ers., Gn 48 15 (E) God, who sliep- Jierded me ; c. ace. of people, as flock Ho 4 16 Is 40" Mi 7" Cigala), Ez 3 4 13 (pregn., c. b« loc), v 1416 ( + P a T j, ' v" f 28 9 . c. fig. of ruler, and nm

>

n teacher, ace. of people, as flock, 2 S 5 2 = 1 Ch n 2 , 2 S 7 7 =i Ch i7 6 , V78" Je 3" 23 ! -« Ez 34 s.3.8.io.23.a ZcII 4.7.7.. . of teaching, PTJ 1^? D'31 W^ Pr 10"; c. 3 of people V78 71 ; abs. Mi 5 3 ; c. ace. pers. reflex, pastured (fed, en- riched) themselves Ez 34 s * 10 . d. esp. pt. Hjp, ete.as subst. = shepherd, herdsman: (1) lit., njn JNX Gn 4- 4 6 :,2: ' 4 47 3 (all J), 'S3 njn 37 J (E), 1 S 16" 17 s4 ; njpp «jp Gni3"(J); 'i(n) alone, eg. Am 3 12 + 7 t. (all in sim.); njn shepherdess, Gn 2 9 9 (J); ^ n JH ^ 3 Zcn 15 (v.^3 2 c), as symbol ; pi. DT>(") Am l2 Ex 2 ' 7 ' 19 (J). r S 2 18 pn "V3K; Gr Dr Bu Kit Lbhr ETfin 'K; ® Lag BN4 » HPS iTTJUJ ^3N,but cf.We) + 8t. + Is3i 4 (sim.), 38 12 (rd. D'jn for *jf Perles* Du Che Hpt cf. Di), cf. (sf.) Gn I3 M (J); &£«} ^? 1 S 17 40 (v. ^s 3);— D'jnn iprn'?, v. p. 1 1 2. (2) fig. of ruler (as oft. As. ; cf. Gk. (Homer) noifj.iva Xair), abs. sg. Je 17 16 Zc 10 s n" i3 7b +8 t. Je Ez j sf. of ' *S*I Is 44 s8 (of Cyrus), Zc 13 7 " 7 (rd. '•^185 'JH We Now GASm); abs. pi. Is 56 11 Je2 8 3 u "Mi5 4 Zcio 3 ii 6 - 8 +i8t.JeEz 3 4, + (of Assyrian leaders) Na 3 19 ; '^ tfl Ez 34 2 ; ^ iJNX Is 63 11 (but rd. njn [of Moses] © X Di Du al.). (3) epith. of '1 : 'p '< + 23', "^ nj)i 80 2 , r ]2» njn Gn 49 s4 (poem in J; rd. cstr. tt#, cf. Comm.); "inK njntp Ec 12 11 DeWild,< president of assembly of sages SiegfSS. 2. intrans. feed, graze : a. lit. of cows, sheep, etc. : c. 3 loc. Gn4i 2 "'(E), iCh27™; c. ace. of pasture Is 30 23 ; c. by loc. Zp 2 7 (D»n "bjj for MT Dff^, v. Now);

  • >«ri>K be. Ex 34 3 (J); abs. Is 5 17 n 7 (|| y2~ ;

butv.'ll. njn infr.) 2f(id.), 65 25 Jon 3 7 Jbi 14 . h. fig. of idolater, Is 44 20 he feedeth on ashes (ace.) ; cf. Ho 1 2 2 Ephr. feedeth on wind (ace); rb)tt *T ttfaa *■ Pr 15 14 (so Vrss Qr; Kt <jb for *S) the mouth of fools feeds on folly (Toy; Buhl V II. njn, Gerber 162 sub III. njn); in Ct, c. 3 loc, fig. of lover Ct 2" 6 2S ; of breasts (like gazelles) 4 5 . c. fig., of Isr. as flock Is 14 s0 (|| JO"!), rd. ('— )n 33 in my pasture(s), for MT »nb|, Koppe Evv Di Du (otherwise Che Bp, ) cf. Marti); Zp 3 13 (|| id.)) c. VTryby Is 49 9 ; c . ace. of pasture-land Je 50" Mi 7 14 Ez 3 4 14b ( + ^ loc), v 1919 ; hence crop, strip, i.e. devastate, of conqueror, c. ace. of land Mi 5 s , cf. ^T^? «Je6 3 ; so "VTE VST}! 2 16 ; ace of Isr. under fig. of vine (subj. foes, as beasts) ^ 80 14 . d. subj. wind, c.acc. pers. Je 2 2 22 , i.e. drive them away ; subj. fire, c. ace rei, in.'. Jb 20 26 , but read perh. P, Niph. (01 Di Hoffin Siegf Bu ; otherwise Du). — «55J np 24 21 is difficult; Bu jnn for'l; more radical conj. in Du. Niph. poss. Jb 20 26 , v. 2 dsupr. Hipli./'78 72 vand.H.,v.l csupr. nyh shepherd, TO?^ shepherdess, v. V 1 d. t ^n n. [m.] pasture ;— 1 1|>3 Dnfe^ j K 5 3 twenty cattle (fr.) pasture (v. Ges tl31c ; Kit"ii2|). •qfl Is 38 12 Zc 1 1 17 , v. ■/ 1 d (1), (2). T njHft n.m. El **' " pasturage, pasture ; — abs.'DGn47 4 -r; cstr. njni? Is 34 14 ; sf. Wf?? Jb 39 s , DS'jnO Ez 34 19 ;— pasturage, |NX^ Gn 47 4 (J), cf. 1 Ch 4 M - 41 , also Is 32"; 3i»J R# 'O v 40 , cf. (fig.) Ez 34 1414 18 *; of cattle Jo i 19 , stag La i 6 ; =pasture, of wild ass Jb 39 s ; of Dn'BS Na 2 12 (but read fTlJJD cave, for njHD, "We Now, ||ft»); D? , PO->n;Ez34' 9B (fig.). TfrPSHO] n.f. pasturing, shepherding, pasturage (alw. fig.); — sf. WJTO Je23' Ez'34 31 , IJVJTp ^74' 79 13 , etc.; — 1. pasturing, shep- herding, "IVjnD fit, of Isr. as flock of Je2 3 l Ez 34 31 , cf.^74 1 79 ,3 ioo s + 95 7 (rd.iTDyi , D% cf. Hup-Now Che). 2. pasturage, Ho 13 s (Now Btytrp), Is 49 9 Je 25 M . 3. by meton. =flock Je io 21 . til. [rrj/H] vb. prob. associate with (cf. Schulthess 69 "- T but also No ZMG1 " nM< »' 154f -; As. ru'a,rutlu, neighbour , fellow (m. et f.; cf. Jiiger ba8 i.483,4S6^. g0 g e( j el" Lj-^^ master, owner, Wallin ZMOva861) ' 9 Jaya'kar^" 1 - 851 ; Eth. tn>C?; marriage; Ar. i^cjl , Eth. AC(Hf: yoA-e/ NH W3 friendship is fr. BH jn); — Qal Imv. ms. njlON nj?*!' ^•37 3 cherish faithfulness (Hup-Now RV Che Du Dr); >feed securely (Bae ; 1. njn ; feed on (his) faithfulness Am RV); Pt. Tip D'TDS Pr 1 3 20 one associating with fools, so '"1 D^f 28 7 , nfcrft 'I 29 3 (Thes al. think these fig. fr. I. njn, v. 2 b). Hithp. 2 ms. jnrirr^K f)S ?J)3"nX Pr 2 2 24 do not make companionship with a bad-tempered man; perhaps also 3 fpl. n^r!™ Is 1 1 7 (Lag 0r '• a ' D " !e " ed w,fe 81 " er - m Brd Du Che Hpt ) cow and bear shall be each other's companions; + Inf. cstr. ri'innn Pr 18 24 (Toy, for MT yjnnn) there are [B* for t^K] friends (merely) to be companions (v. II. J!J?T ad fin.). . 5?~1 n.m. Prnn friend, companion, - •■ 187 fellow; — 'l abs. 2 S I3 3 + , cstr. 1 Ch 27 s0 ; sf. "jn Jb 3 1 9 + , W. Dt 5 17 + , IJH Ex 2 13 + , also TJH. 2 S 12" (sg.; Ges' 93 "), Wjn (Ges» Mo1 ) Gn 1 1 3 + 1 1 4 1., iin Je 6 21 , njn 3 s0 ; pi- D, ?H Je 3 1 + , cstr. "in Jb 2"; sf. vjn 3 2 3 , wjn (Ges' 91k ) 42'

p nyi 

run i S30* etc.;— 1. friend,intimate,Gn 38" *> (J), 1 S 30" 2 S 1 3 s 1 K 1 6" (© om.) ; «f M3 nefc ^JH Dti3 7 ,'njn priOPr27 9 (txt.dub.,v.Toy); Mi 7° (jltffc), Je 9 3 (|i n«), i 9 » Lai 2 ( + nur|K), * 3 5 14 (II rw) + 3 t. ff; esp. Jb 2 11 6 14 + 8 t. Jb, Pr 17" 1 8 24 + 8 t, Pr (1 2 M v. SnS infr.) , Ct 5" (|| trfM); associates Zc 3 s ; term, techn. ^Bn '"I 1 Ch 2 7 s3 (v. njn), cf. 2S16 1717 ; of lover Ct 5 16 ( IP"!"), husband Je3 M , paramours H03 1 Je3'; metaph. njjr ntai> yn jb 30 29 (|| D-sriij nx). 2. in weaker sense, fellow, fellow-citizen,eeianother person, with whom one stands in recipr. rela- tions, Ex 2 " 2 ,<i171717 (Gi v u -»-"-") = Dt 5 ,7181818 , Ex 2 1 M 2 2 7 8 - 1055 (all E), Lv 1 9 1316 ' 8 20 10 (all H), Dt 4" 15"+ 1 1 t. Dt, Jos 20 5 (D), Ju 7 14 Je 9 7 22" 29 s3 Ez i8 611 - 15 22"- B Hb 2 15 Jb 16 21 Ru 4 7

  • 15 3 28' 101 5 Pr 3*™ 6 1 (|| it !)+ 18 1. Pr ; }£#

ijni Je 6 M J 1 S 15 28 fct<A ^rom (the kingdom) to thy fellow, = another than thou, so 28 17 2S12 11 ; so also "IJTI . . , B"K a (given, certain) man over against his fellow (diff. fr. 3) Ex 21 1835 22 6913 33" (all E), Dt 19" 22 M Ju 7 13 1 K 8 31 20 36 Je 7 6 1 Ch 6 71 Ru 3 14 Ec 4 4 ; similarly Vljn."^ T^? Is 34 14 . 3. in recipr. phr. *njn . . . t^K Gn

I s they said one to another (B^K distrib.), «<xc/<. 

the speech of the other v 7 , absent <m« from the other 31 49 , cf. 43 s8 (all J), Ex 1 I 2 18 716 32 s7 (all E), Ju 6*> 7" io 18 2 S 2 1616 + 4 t. 1 S, 2 K 3 23 7 3 - 9 2CI120 23 Is3 s (|| E"K3 B^K), I3 8 I9 2 (|| VnN3 B*N), 41' Je 5 8 + 1 1 1. Je, Ez 33 s6 Zc 3 I0 + 6 t.'Zc (1 1 6 read «T> Sta ZAW1 < 188, >' 26 ), Mai 3 16 Jon i 7 ; so of things Gn i5 10 (J).— 1. JTl v . yn. tnjn n.m. friend (cf. Sta 1184 Lag EN1M Ba m *);— cstr. in term, techn. ^BTI njn (Ges 19311 Kb"- '• 78 ') 1 K 4 5 (= JTl 1 Ch 2 7 33 ), cf. TT3 "J!

S 15 s7 16"; ins. also is^cf.v 37 ) ©WeDraL; 

in simple sense Pr 27 10 Kt (Qr JTl; cf. Kb lc ). T[n5n] vb. denom. Pi. be a special friend;— Pf 3 ms. £ H^l -lB*j Vijno Ju 1 4 20 his comrade who had been ' best man' (GFM)to him. TAHITI] n.f. companion, attendant; — of maidens, pi. sf. Wjn Jun" Qr ( >Kt Wjn), n»rtnv**4 6 ».

  • L'~' , ^J n - 4 '- companion; — of beloved

bride, sf.'wyi Ct i 9U 2 21013 4 17 5 2 6 4 ; so of at- tendant maidens Ju 1 1 37 Kt, but v. foregoing. "fl. ffljn n.f. fellow (-woman); — sf. in recipr. phr. nrfijn DKD n^N Ex 1 1 2 (E) eachfrom her fellow (|| Wjri DKD B»N, c f. 11. JH 3); cf. Je

19 ; of birdsof prey (ni>' : !)Is 34 15 cf. v 16 ; people 

under fig. of sheep Zen 9 ; arW) Est i ,9 = another tlian she (cf. 1 S I5 28 II. 3T?. 2). tjYTi n.pr.f. Ruth (for rflV], i.e. friend- ship, Syr. U&.), Thes Lag BN84;,66;0r "- 41 Kb ili,«i. — Moabitess, ancestress of David, Ru j4.14.JM1 2 2.8.21.a3 3 » 4 5.10.13 . pov g T*ljn n.pr.m. (prop, name of a god, Duval zavum Mez?*"" 123 , cf. Horn AuA -"- 208 );— son of Peleg : Gn 1 1 18 - I9 - 2 °- 21 (P), 1 Ch i 25 ; Pay™. TTN^jn n.pr.m. PayovrjX: 1. Moses' father- in-law Ex 2' 8 (J; ©Llo&p), Nuio w (JE); else- where niT q.v. 2. Edomite Gn 36 410131717 (P), || 1 Ch i 35 - 37 . 3. Gadite Nu 2 14 , v. Wl p. 396. 4. Benjamite 1 Ch 9 s . t , 3n n.pr.m. (cf.Palm.n.pr. , '3jn/n'en^?y(1) Cook 109 ) ; — courtier of David (si vera 1.) 1 K i 8 ; Prjaa, @L oi iraipOL avrov. T [JH?3 J n.m. friend, companion (strange formation; orig.dub.; Wetzst 8yr - Dre,ch,,fel - ZEthno1 - 1873,289 C p_ pb_» miryd', name of bell-wether among Syr. nomads (prop, [inseparable] corn- panion), and der. fr. *$> V 1, prop, closely joined ; cf. Gerber 97 62 );— sf. *#J9 Gn 2 6 26 + , tajhp PrI 9 7 , ^P? Jui5 2 ; pl. Q, ?n? 14' 1 ;— com- panion, confidential friend, Gn26 26 (J; cf. <^y~))', of bridegroom's escort 14", ' best man ' (GFM) v 20 i5 2 - 6 ; more gen. friends (|| wm) 2 S 3 s Pr 19 7 ; ^isdub^DbdHiDeal.'nsnD; Toyconj. poss. nyno pDJ), v . further nin. III. 71J/H (Aram. NJH, )j2>, take pleasure (in), desire, =Ar.^-j. [Heb. ^S^], whence Aram. Kniy-i d««Ve, xrjfl, wri|i, Ji^J, op'»to», thought, disposition, and following late and Aram, words in Heb., cf. NoZ MQl * (M00 >' ,5! '; > De Siegf«° h - ls al. from I. njn 2 b, cf. Ho 12 2 , and Ar. ^cj watch, regard, respect (Lane) [Ba wu w '• Kau Ar,m,,smen ■ f - derive foil, from I. njn = observe, attend to, specif, tend sheep, also aim at, purpose^. fill, [jn] n.[m.] purpose, aim; — sf. 'jn f 139 2 (of man), pl. sf. TH v 17 (of El). f 11. J"W1 n.f. longing, striving; — cstr., pri 'ni ban Ec i 14 2 1117 - 26 4 4 6 9 ; D>n *n bay 4*. t^STI n.[m.] id.;— cstr., Ejn f^J/1 Ec i 17 , ran 'ii isan 4 i« ( c f. foreg.), ^b 'T3J i^Jf^a 2 22 . nvn v. 11. yj>n. [7^1] vb. quiver, shake, reel (Aram. 'yij^Jk*, quiver, sliake, tremble; Ar. Jc. the hanging part of a sheep's split ear, also (Frey) a kind of veil of which a part hangs down in front; J£!l dangling; Lihy. has n.pr. 7JH DHM Kpler - De " km - Ar - 3 ");— Hoph. Pf. 3 pi. D^Ehan vJTin Na 2* are made to quiver. Vid. also [/!?]. t75?"5 n.[m.] reeling; — only T^D Zci2 2 </o&Ze< of reeling (fig. of Jerusalem). t [iTOn] n.[f.] prob. veil (cf. Ar.supr.) ;— pi. Ilftyjn fa 3 19 , in list of finery. iTTSTTO v. p. 599. trfartPj n.f. reeling (cf. S>sn);_'nn Di3 Is 51 1722 ; 'H £ ^ 60 5 drink reeling as wine. T1T 1 vJTl n. pr. 111. companion of Zerub., Ezr 2 2 (P«Xfia, ©L Af/tlov), — nj»n Ne 7 7 (Nna/ua, N Aiufiui, @L Aai/ilas, A Pe(X^a), D>7 I (-y/of foil., Drob. onomatop.; Gerber 47 prop, move violently as orig. meaning, but ref. to thunderous sound everywhere, exc. Ez 27 s5 where text dub., v. infr.; cf. Aram. D5?l, D^jn n. thunder, DJ?") vb. thunder; esp. Aph. Ithpa. wtter (loud) complaints; )p-^», l^Nfr w.thunder, jjjki vb. thunder, lament, cf. NH 0y"3 Hiph. thunder, Hithp. complain; Eth. <I?y°; n. «&im- rfer, As. rlmu, id.; Ar. lc^ rex, dislike, etc.). TD5n n.[m.] thunder; — ascribed to V 'T abs. Is 29", Djninp3^8i 8 (Baer Gi; i.e. thunder-cloud); sf. 'JOSH ?V 77 19 104"; cstr. ln-VQJ Dyi Jb 26" (fig. of '>'a display of might ; opp. Yq&); fig. of captains, &i& ^ 39 s5 , i.e. thunderous shouting ( -f nyVW). t [OJH] vb.denom. thunder; — Qal make the sound of thunder, thunder: Impf. 3 ms. DJT|^ let the sea thunder (in praise, || nOB>, ^3, rbv, jnn, tp npid, p-i)^96"=iChi6 32 , v.98 7 . — Pf. 3 pi. D'3B IBjn EZ27 35 is dub.: /ace* tremble (Toy are convulsed), or <&ey tremble (cf. Hi-Sm Krae ; AV RV are troubled) in face, lacks etym. support (otherwise Gerber 47 , but v. V supr.) ; © © Co DQ^Jl SHOT. Hiph. (Gerber 47 ) thunder, cause thunder; — Pf. 3 ms. D'jnn f 29 s ; 7«ip/. 3 ms. WZ (on — v. Ko 1 ' 210 ) ^i8 14 + ; DJ?1». 1 S 7 10 ; 2 ms. Djnn Jb 40 9 ; 1 S i 6 v. infr.; — thunder, of (God) 2 10 7 10 (both c. by pers. against whom), -^ l8 14 =2 S 22 14 , ^ 2 9 3 Jb 37 45 , cf. 40 9 .— nDy^n 1 S i 6 is appar. in Inf. cstr. sf. (Ges» Johi22 '), but not understood by © and dub. : AV RV to make her fret, cf. Aram. utter (loud) complaints (Weir in Dr 8m291 ); perhaps corrupt HP8. NOjn v. 11. noyi. ti. nnV"! (Gi Intrm ') n-f. vibration? quivering mane ? of horse's neck : Jb 39" hast thou clothed his neck (with) '"l ? so most, but very uncertain. fn. riOSn, Nnjn (Gi"" r - 1 * ft ) n.pr.m. ' son' of Cush, fV Gn 10" = K_ 1 Ch i»» (Baer, v. his note ; van d. H. Gi H__ v b ) ; Pe yxn^t Pcy/ia; fl— as trading people Ez 27 s2 , Papa, Vayna. Identified by many with city *P«y(a)fui (Ptql 1 "- 7 - 14 ), "P W a (Steph. Byz.), in SE. Arabia, on Pers. Gulf (so even DHM Z " G, " (1876, • 122 Glas m»u.»i,>»^ but this ig ^ in i n8 cr.(Glas 1,,!r52 ); < Sab. nDJh near Me'in in SW. Arabia (Horn Mite.chr.m Hal 635 ' 11 , cf. DHM '•'•), perh.='p a/ *- /iawm of Strabo" L4 - 24 , v. Di " 10 - 7 . tVpTl thunder of '<) Ne 7 7 v. rvbjn. t WJOyi n.pr.loc. Ex 1" (J), = DDDyl Gn " Ex * 37 Nu33 :,5 (all P), Ramses, city in Egypt ; Taii€<r(<r)rj ; built by King Rameses II (hence its name; the king used Israelitish corvee ace. to Ex i 11 ), near Tel el-Maskhuta (Pithom), but not certainly identified, v. DHS and reff.; 'I J"W Gn 47" of district round. t [j J^"1] vb. only Fa'lel be or grow luxu- riant, fresh, green ;—Pf. 3 fs. r^Jffl (De Hlob ) Jb 15 32 (of branch, in fig.). tpjH adj. luxuriant, fresh; — m. '"i Dt

s V; f.nwyiCti 16 ; mpl.D^y! ^92 15 ;— luxu- 

riant, of trees: B^13Hoi4 9 , rn^52 10 (both sim.), Je 1 1 16 (fig.) ; sim.'also, ^ rnTKS ^ 3 7* (but rd. fi33?n tn«3 © © and most); esp. in phrase Finn /_ i }*y"?3 place of idolatrous rites, Dt 1 2 2 1 K 1 4 23 2 K i6 4 = 2 Ch 2 8 4 , 2 K 17 10 Je 2 20 3 613 Is 57 s Ez6 13 ; 'ij'y^y Je 1 7' (si vera 1.); leaf v 8 (fig.); leafy couch Cti 16 ; fresh, oil V'92"; fresh, flourishing, pers. (fig., as trees) v 15 ( + D'JBH). I. jj}!) (■v^of foil.; orig. meaning dub.). T V~ n. [m.] badness, evil f — 'l abs. Gn 4 1 19 + 4 t. Je; cstr. Ho 9 15 + 13 t.; — 1. badness, bad quality, of cattle Gn 41 19 (E), figs Je 24 2 - 3 - 8 29 17 . 2. wilfulness, 33? yn 1 S 17 28 (Gerber 161 makes 2 and 4 [inf. of] vb.). 3. ethical, evil, bad- ness, only in phr. : Dv?yt3 yi evil of doings

p 2 an 

n Dt a8 M Is i 16 Js 4 4 21" 2 3 SJJ 25 s 25 s 44 s2 Ho o ,s yf, 28 4 (cf. C'^JW JH 1 S 25 s ). 4. sadness, D^B 1 Ec 7*, 3.^ "1 Ne 2 s (cf. [VSP T ] 2). . JH adj. bad, evil (distinction from n., and vb. Pf. 3 ms., is sts. not easy, and opinions differ);— ms. VI Gn6' + ; JT) 31"+; pi- DT! 13" + ; cstr.TJ Ez 7 s4 (del. Co) ; fs. nyi Gn 37* + 37 t. (this form usu. noun), pi. niyi 28 s + I4t.; nyi 41 s7 (18 t. noun); — tl. bad, dis- agreeable, malignant : of a woman, Tl?3 ^Vl Ex 2 1 8 (E; perhaps, with changed accent, vb. <

fs. nyi) disagreeable, unpleasing in the 

eyes of, pi. Gn 28* (P) ; of poisonous herb 2 K 4", malignant boils Dt 28 s8 Jb 2 7 , diseases Dt 7 15 28" 2Ch2i" Ec 6 s , deadly sword V'144 10 , arrows Ez 5 16 , severe judgments 14", wonders Dt 6 s2 ; Cjn 'aNJJD ^78*= fierce mes8engers(ofGod; Ew iS87 *Ges ,19(>,, ),wildbeasts Gn 37 s033 (JE) Lv 2*6 6 (H) Ez 5" 14 1 " 1 34 s6 ; unclean thing Dt 23 10 . t2. oarf, unpleasant, giving pain, unhappiness, misery : D^JTI D'D' evil days (of trial and hardship) Gn47 9 (P) Pr 15"; in £jy Ec i 13 5 13 ; £)?. 4 8 , cf. 2 17 9 3 ; inn ntyyen 4'; jnn 13m ew'Z. repw< Ex 33* (J), so nyi nsi Gn 37 2 (JE) Nu 14 37 (P), in nv Dt 22 H "Ne6 13 , nyi n^D^Je4 9 23 ^H2 7 ; of things: painful discipline Pr 15 10 , evil occurrence 1 K 5", «viZ(-bringing) net Ec 9 12 , instruments Is 32": jnn 13~n i>3 Jos2 3 IS (D) all evil (injurious) things; !H it is bad, harmful Is 3" Je 2"; of speech, 131, 3113 IN JH Gn 24 50 (J) in prov., speak 6ad or good = anything at all, JH 1y 310D 3i" w (E), 31t3 "W mob 2 S 13 22 , of the divine spirit as producing an ecstatic state of frenzy and violence 1 S 1 6 14151623 18 10 19' (see rm 9). + 3. evil, displeasing D'PtB^a TP »J*gJ in TW$ 1 S 29 7 . t4. bad of its kind, land Nu 13 19 (J), place 20 S (JE), waters 2 K 2", figs Je 24 2;u - 8 , kine Gn 4i 3 '" 920 - 21 - 27 (E), JH DID Dt 15", cf. 17 1 . t5. bad, i.e. of low value Lv 27 101012I4iB (H), cf. Mai i*- 8 ; njlpn not*,' in in p r 20 1414 . t6. + JO comp., viorse than, 2819'; as superl., 'J?! 0^*0 Ez 7 24 word of nations (del. Co). 1 7. sad, •unhappy: 5T|~3^ *acZ lieart (cf. opp. 310, 3D') Pr 25 20 ; of face Gn 40 7 (E) Ne 2 2 ; ?$ m v 1 . +8. n^njDSB'np SPHc^^e ew7(hurtful)<ZeOTce Ez 38'° Est 9 2S . 1 9. bad, unkind, vicious in disposition or temper : Jn~37l when the mind is vicious, harmful Yr2(r*; ^V in one evil of eye Pr23* 28"; nyi nil JU9 23 bad temper. . ethically bad, evil, wicked: fa. in gen., in OKI 3113 ON Ec 12" whether good or bad. tb. of persons, yi t^N 1 S 30 22 ; yn BIN j/ 140 2 ; run mn JOil Est 7 6 <Ai's wi'c&ecZ. Haman, so in = ««7 maw V 1 ©". Jb2i S0 Pru" 12" 24* D7J = evil men Gn 13 13 (J) Je 6 s9 1 5 2 ' Ez 30 12 Jb 35 12 Pr 4 14 12 12 14 19 15 3 ; Diin ev il women Je B*J D'JH D'Sat? 12 14 evil neighbours; of "rYin Dt i 35 , D?n Jei3 10 ; niyn Nu^ 27 - 35 ^), nnstwn Je 8 3 ; "• TS| VI wkc&xZ in the eyes of *< Gn 3 8 7 (JE)=iCl>2 3 ; " 'yya inn nfc>y Nu 3 2 13 (R) Dt 4 25 9 18 1 7 2 3 1 29 Ju 2 n '+ 48 1., +(c. sf. of God) 2K21" Is65 1! 66 4 Je7 30 32 30 ^51" 2S 12 9 , prob. also Je 18 10 (read inn for nyin). c . of thoughts, IS 1 : Gn6 5 8 21 (J), inn J?n j e 3 17 7 24 1 1 8 1 6 12 1 8 12 ; words, niyi Pr 1 5 2s . d. deeds, actions, inn 131(3) n'KTJ Dti3 12 i7 5 i9 20 Nei3 17 ; rvffV niym Je 3 5 ; m 131 yfr 64 s 141 4 Ec 8 36 ; Qnn iS2 23 2Ki7 11 ; TO iKi 3 33 Jei8 11 23 22 +iit.; D'311 2 K 17 13 2 Ch 7" Ez 20 44 33 11 36 31 Zc I 4 ; 0*J»9 Ezr 9"; D>&yo Zc i 4 Ne 9 35 (cf. yi 4); m ys3 Hb 2 9 ; nnyno Je2 3 10 ; myi(n) ni3yin(n) Ez 6" 8 9 (del. Co); Dittos nijn ^3 f 55" for evil deeds are in their dwelling. . JM n.m. J " >30,28 evil, distress, misery, - 126 injury, calamity; — abs. VI Nu 11' + , IT) 3 Ex 5" + , in Gu48 16 + ; — tl. evil, distress, adver- sity : yi NT fear evil f 23 4 Zp 3 15 ; yi N113 Is 45 7 (of God), yi sun 31 2 ; VI tnWo Nu ii 1 (J) murmuring respecting distress (see Di); yi DN1 31D DN Je 42 s wlietlter prosperity or adversity; yi DV Am6 3 day of calamity; yi ^ Vr 49 6 94 13 ; yi N3'1 ^n^ip 31D »3 Jb 3c. 20 ; 1H3 in adversity Ex5 19 (E) ^io 6 ; VI? Sr Pr 13 17 ; yi3 nNiN Gn 4 4 34 (J); m-b3Pr5 14 , yi $9Q Gn 4 8 16 (E)V'i2i 7 ; v. also Mii 12 fi4o 12 Jb 5 19 3 1 29 Pr 12 21 19 23 . t2. evil, injury, wrong: Hb 2 9 Jb 2 10 Pr 2 1 10 ; yi TWV, + D? pers. Gn 31 29 (E) ; b pers. Je 39 12 ; as obj. of 3BTI Ho 7 15 , B*in Pr 6 14 1 2 20 1 4 s2 , 3'B>n + 54 7 , i>DJ 7 6 Pr 3 1", t?[53 17", D^ 20 2s , nDN ^4i fi , 131 109 20 ; Via 131 73 s «pea/i; about injury; JQ DN S 3it3 N33ri^ x^j iK22 818 =2Ch(i8 7 nyi^) j i8 ,7 yi^>; y-b for harm, injury Is 59" Je 7 6 25 7 ^ 56 s Pr 1" 21 12 Ec 8"; yiT. in Pr 1 1 " (but rd. yi Gr SS, v. Toy). 3.ethicalw^,Dt3O l8 2Si4 ,7 Is5 20 Am5 14 Mi7 3 + iot.; yi n'tyy 2K2i 9 2Chi2 14 33 9 Ne9 28 +8t.; yi by : 9 Jfi»»; yn 3n« 3 2 (Qr),V'52 5 ; in x:v Am 5 ,s f 97 ,0 Pr8 13 ; yiDND^36 5 ; yi3 DNDls? 16 " 1 ; |C yin iy3 consume evil from Dt 13"+ 8 t. Dt; rvn 949 f^TR «^ 5 5 (adj.= «OT7 man HupDe al.); tfll 31L3 yT Gn 2 917 3 s22 (all J), Dt I 39 ; 1TJD ID Is59 15 f 34 ,5 37 !7 Pr3 7 +8t.; Nin ma<a Ex 32 s2 (J) Ae is set on evil; D'yBh jn ^ 7' , D'bbyo yn 1 S 25', cf. Mi 3 4 (v. P 3); in n:n deeds of evil Jes 28 ; jn ntosnn p r2 14 ; jn rnk ^n 9 '«' ; nsj? JH Ezn 2 ; JTl rftyftJQ Pri5 26 ; in e»K 29 6 ; VI *m« 2 8 5 ; Vt TIB* 6 24 (but rd. J?l Gr Bi Toy). ny"1 n.f. evil, misery, distress, in- T T 810 jury ;— abs. "l Gn 2 6 29 +; cstr. njn 6 5 + ; sf. ^f 35*+| 1^iK2 ,, + ; '?TO Jen"(txt. dub.) ; D?n$n 1 S I2 17 , etc.; pi. ruin Dt 3i 17 + ; ny-j Je4 4 ' 9 EX23 2 ; sf. Dyrrtjn iSio"+, etc.; — 1. evil, misery, distress : njn "inB Pr i 33 , njn(n) nua Ez j**j c. by is 47 11 (read nxa for to), Je5 12 +5t.; c. b« Je 2 3 51 60 ; tnm *W Je4 6 1K21 29 ; + b« 2Si7 M +8t.KJe;+^? iK9 9 =2Ch7 23 , Jeip 3 +6 t. Je + 8 t.; + b«  etby Jei9 15 36 31 ; nyi DV i7 ,718 + 5 1.; IflTVI *P) tEc 12 1 (i.e., spring days, fatal to old people, Wetzstin De KohM7 ); nijn evils Dt 3 i ,7 - ,7 - 2, (JE), 32 21 (poem), + 34 20 40 13 88 4 ; njn n?> Am 5 13 Je = 7 - 28 + 5 t.; tnjna ran Nu 1 1 15 (JE) Ob 13 Ests 6 ; tnynnsT Je44 17 V'9o 16 Pr22 3 =27 12 ; tnjnabia' i7 20 28"; tnvia Gn44 w (J) Pr 14 32 2 4 ' 6 Ne i 3 iCh7»V'io7 26 '; wwra 141 s ; ny-j by tin; Ex 3 2 ,214 (J) Je8 6 +6 t.; c. bs 2 S 24 16 Je 26 313 " 42'°. 2. evil, injury, wrong: tnjn i"!B>y 2S12 18 Je26 19 4 i"; c. Dy Gn 2 6 29 (J) Jui 5 3 2S13 16 ; c.nsJun 27 ; c.biS6'iK2« + 4t.; c. b« Je 44 7 ; obj. of vbs. 3BTJ Gn5o 20 (E) Je 3 6 3 48 2 +7 t.; tBhn 1 S 23" Pr3 M ; a^n Gn 50 ,5 (E)Ju 9 MS7 + 4 t.; tb»3Gn50 I7 (E) 1 S 2 4 18<n > Is^Prs 30 ; t?p3Nu 3 5 23 (P) iS24 M<9) 25 !6 +4t-; t W Gn 44 4 (J) Je 18 20 51 24 ^ 35 12 38 21 ; njnb for harm Gn 31 52 Ex 2 3 2 (E) Dt 29 20 Ju 2 15 2 S i8 32 Je2i 10 +8t.Je,Am 9 4 Zci 15 Pr6 I8 Ec5 12 ; ^njna 2 S 16 8 in thy mischief; njTQ Ex 3 2 ,2 (J) for mischief; rrfi njn Ec 2 21 ; nbin njn Ec 5 12 - 16 . 3. ethical evil, iS 12 1719 24 12 26 18 IS47 10 Je 2 19 + 13 t. Je,+ 18 t,, + foll.: njn(n) ne-y Gn 39 9 Dt 3 1 18 (J) + 5 t. + Je 18 10 (Kt, but Qr jn) ; njn riyvp Ec 8"; njn ans Mi 3 2 (Kt); njnn 3V Je 18 8 23" 44 5 ; 'o njn nya j u 2 o 13 (v. n. in 3) ; njn v.ei? Je7 12 44 3 ; Danjn njn "JBD Hoio 13 : 'T^aa Jen 17 ; *1 ba by i 16 32 32 33 5 ; ^O^io7 34 Jei2 4 ; ny-i <{?>«? P124 1 . [^V~l] vb. dcnom. be evil, bad; — tQal Pf. 3*018. in Nu 22 s4 + 3 t., in u>°; 3 f 8 . njn Dt 15' (Ex 2 1 8 v. 1. JH) ; Impf. 3 ms. ft (Ges* 67 ") Gn2i 12 +; 3 fs. JHPI Dt28 MM ; 3 mpl. VR Ne 2 3 ;— 1. be displeasing: T|| VI Nu 1 1" 2 2 M (J), Jos 24 15 (E), Je40 4 Pr24 18 (c. 1 consec.) impf.^a m;. Gn2i 1M2 (E), 48 17 (J), 1 S8 6 18 8 2 S n 2S ; later, b« inn Jon 4 1 or b Jm Ne 2 10 (intensified by nbilj njn),1KD 'b ih'l. 1 3 8 . 2. 6« sad : aab »TV Dt 15'° 1 S i 8 ; 'Jf WV Ne 2 3 . 3. 6e injurious, evil: p yi?1. 1/^ 106 32 t< w«n< t'M wt'<7i Moses, pers. subj. 2 S 20 6 ; t!5? n VT ^ grudging, c. 3 pers., Dt 1 5 s 28 54M . 4. be evil, wicked, ethically : " "3.^3 in>l.Gn 3 8 ,0 ( J ) 2 S 1 1 v Is 59 ,s ; D'nbK -rya 1 Ch 2 1 7 . t Niph. suffer hurt: Impf. 3 ms. yVV (JTl) Prn" 13 20 . Hiph. 70 Pf 3 ms. yin Exs^ + j 2 ms. niyin iKif, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. TS, Zp i 12 , V$l 1 K 16 25 ; 2 ms. inn ^44 3 + , etc.; Inf. abs. OJ 1S12 25 1CI121 17 ; cs<r. BTTJ Gn3i 7 +8t., jnn Is i 16 + 4 t; Ft. JOB Is 9 16 Pr 17 4 ; pi. D'y-iDIs I 4 + ; — 1. do an injury, hurt : abs. Gn 44 s (J), Isii'=65 23 , Je3i 2a Pr4 16 24 8 ; opp.anSTl^i 23 Je io 5 Zp i 12 (all in prov. phr. = do anything at all, cf. VI 2) ; b JHTl Gn 19 9 43 s Ex 5 s2 ' 23 Nu 1 1 " (J) 20 15 Jos 24 20 (E)+ 5 t. ; c. ace. pers. Nu i6 15 (J) + 4 t.; c. 3, iChi6 22 ='f 105 15 (c. b), Je2 5 29 ^74 s ; c. HO? Gn 3 i 7 (E); c.byiKi? 20 bring evil upon ; swear VlQp, = to one's hurt, + 15 4 Lv 5* (P); Pt.=subst. in»b Daab Dn 1 1* (shall be) for mischief. 2. do evil, wickedly : abs. Gn i9 7 (J) 1 S 1 2 2 " 6 + 6 1.; opp. SSWi J64 22 13 23 ; c. JO comp., 1 K 14' 16 25 2 K 21 11 Je 7 28 16"; c. ace. Dnbbyp ))n.r Mi 3 4 , cf. 1 S 25 s ; Pt. yip evil doer, Is 9 16 Pr 17 4 ; pi. Je 20 13 23"

  • 2 7 2 + 7 t.; 'O V1T Isi 4 i 4 M ; 'D nu 3i 2 ; 'omjj

f 22 17 ; 'D bnp 2 6 5 ; '01)064'. "f II. p^Tl] vb. break (Aram, loan-word =Heb. JTJ q.v.);— Qal Pf. 3 pi. Iin J e n 16 ; Impf. 3 ms. yij Je 15' 2 Jb34 24 , 2 ms. sf. Dinn yr 2 9 (but v. infr.); Inf. abs. HKl Is 24 19 (del. n as dittogr. and read Jn, v. Hithpo'.): Pt. f. rip (J for n^yi) Pr25 19 :— 1. trans. bp : 3 Jf*IJj '131 ?H3 Je 15' 2 can one break iron, iron out of the north] cf. tJ'Ta? t* Jb34 M -, tSSB'S Dpn bl-|3 + 2 9 (but rd. DJpn, v. I. njn, ® ©SB Hup- Now al.). 2. intrans. break = be broken, of branches Je n 16 (in fig.; Gf Or al.; >Hi Gie are in a sad state, */l. yyi) ; il^T JB' Pr 25 19 a broken tooth p^nyyi?; Frankenb TSfiyh.Pt. 'iy"J?, cf. Toy, but Niph. not elsewhere; Vrss njn bad).— Ijn Is8 9 read ^ (© Lo Che al., nm

ND1 || «*!«?). Hithpo'. Pf. 3 fs. + Qal Inf. abs. (v. supr.) pKp] n ^f"! 1! !' ^ Is 24" the earth is broken asnnder trrfaim fie, nooicrin oto); also /«/. c*«r. yjrt~U7irib Pri8 M wt'W be broken in 2>ieces (Ges ,U4 '), ruined, De al., but < read nijnnnb Vrss Toy al., v. II. r«n Hithp. (see, however Dr Klpo ' TtmM,1<1899 " 1900, ' 23or '). t[*1J^™)] vb. trickle, drip, synon. of 70, II- *|~iy (cf. Ar. >_i.cj /oi» (of blood), bleed (of the nose)); — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. ^QJTJ^, of clouds Jb 36 s (c. ty pers.; || '^f ), c. ace. mat. 70 Pr 3*°; %• ??$ P a r!' T^V? V 65 1J (i.e. fertilizing rain); subj. of moistened ground,"^!*? nfoO, v 13 . Hiph. Imv. mpl. to'!?")? Is 45 s trickle, O heavens, from above (fig.: ||P"j's^f). t[WH] vb. shatter (Aram. YV) smite, shatter/ c£ perh. TelAm. rahdsu,Wk T " 1Am - ,a - ffl ' w, 3i) -—Impf 3 f s . TiK f snn " ^W3J Ex 15 6 ; 3 m. pi. WW Ju 10 8 , ace. pers. (of men ; || «tf»Jl). t[t£^"l] vb. quake, shake, intr. (NH = BH, so Aram. *±.i (rare), and (once) W$~ toss, rage (of sea); Ar. jj»i;, usu. t^C, iJ^J (loan- word?), tremble, quiver, quake; cf. perhaps As. reSu, exult);— Qal Pf. 3 fs. HK-gn J e 8 16 49 s ', n fP, Ju 5* f68 9 ; 3 pi. *W) Jo 2 10 +, etc. Impf. 3 ms. effP f 72 16 , 3 fpl.' njfjnri Ez z 6 10 , etc.; i>«. pi. DWl Je4 24 ;— gwaie, »/taA«, of earth Ju5 4 =^68 9 ', 2S 22 8 (||m)='fi8 8 (|| irf.), f 77"( + tn), also Isi3 13 (c. |3"V +Wij»W?, pregu.; || tj"3), Jesi 29 ; c. ?0 caus. Je8 16 io'° 49 21 ; of HJf ^P' Is 24 18 ; of heavens Jo 2 10 (»jp caus.; || t?^); heavens and earth 4 16 ; mts. Je4 24 Na I s (P? pers. caus.), V<- 46 4 (3 caus.); walls Ez26 ,0 (|O caus.); D^K v 15 (id.); nitrOO 27 s8 (? caus.); D^BH Amp 1 ; all living things Ez 38 20 ( H ?SD caus.); of waving grain ^72 16 . Niph. jn«n H^jn? J e 50 46 t* marfe to quake (7ipt?). Hiph. JP/ 2 ms. nntyjrin ^6o 4 ; 1 s. W^Tjn Ez 3 1 16 ; "Wl consec. Hg2 7 ; 7m^/. 2 ms. sf. 3 ms. ^Tp{) Sh^; Pt. e*?">» Is i 4 '«  + 2 t.; — 1. cause to quake, subj. '*, c. ace. of heavens, earth, nations, etc., Hg 2 6721 , cf. ^6o 4 ; nations + S' 5 '? EZ31 16 ; subj. man, c. ace. of kingdoms Is I4 16 (|| TJ5). 2. cause (horse) to spring, lea]) (like locust), man subj., Jb 39 20 . ttZftn n.m. Jel<>Z! quaking, shaking ;—'-| abs. iK 19" + , cstr. Na 3' Jb 41";— 1. specif. earthquake, Ami' Zc 14 s 1 K ig"-"- a ; fig. of V| judgment Is 29" Ez 38"; cf. (in vision) hSp 7113 '1 3 ,S13 ; prob. also 3 7 7 (© Thes Co Krae ; > rustling, rattling, Hi-SmToy); hence hy- perbol. of shaking of earth by tramping of warriors IS9 4 , by war-chariots Je47 3 , cf. io 22 , or wheels Na 3 s , by war-horse('s hoofs) Jb 39 s4 ( + 'P). . quaking, trembling, of pers. Ez 1 2 18 . 3y shaking, quivering, of dart Jb

1 21 (al. rushing sound). 

t N2") vb. heal (NH in deriv.; Ph. nan, T T " Syr. j& Iieal; on Aram. n.pr. cpd. with K3T v. No 2 " 01 " 1888 *' 72 ' Lzb 369 ; Sab. n.pr. NB17K Langer '- 1 DHM 2 " 011 " 1 " 1883 326 ; Ar. UJ (and UJ) darn, mend, repair, pacify; Eth. £<hfo s<t<c& together, mend; cf. Kiichenmeister zwlM - Th - X " (1887) - 257ff );— Qal 2y. 3 ms. consec. "1] Is 6 10 , sf. DKEP1 19 22 , 1 s. sf. consec. VT1NB")* 57 19 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. KB"V 2 K 20 8 + , sf. UXBT Ho 6 1 , 1 s. KB1K Hoi 4 5 + ^ ns-is (Ges S75ro ) JV3 22 ; 3 fpl. nrain (Id ibm ) Jb 5 18 , etc.; 7w». ms. SST Nu 1 2 13 , nan (Id ,b -») ^6o nStB-l 4 i», etc.; )w/. abs. iflBJ Isi 9 22 ; orfr. K's^ H05 13 , etc.; Pi. KBT 2 K 20 6 + , etc.; — heal : 1. lit., a. of God, c. ace. pers. Gn 20 17 (E), i/cio7 20 (sf.), c. t> pers. Nui2 13 (JE) 2 K 2o 5 - 8 . b. of men, abs. Ec 3 s (opp.nn) ; pt. as subst. healer, physician, Gn 50 2 ' 2 (J) 2 Ch 16 12 . 2. fig., heal hurts of nation, involving s (restored) favour (and, often, forgiveness): a. subj.' c. sf. pers., H06 1 1 1 3 (yet cf.We Now), Ex 15- (J), Is I9 22 " 57 1819 Je 33 6 + 3° 3 , of. 6 3 ; c. ace. DJ? 2 Ch 30 20 , c. ace. H? 2 Ch 7 14 ; c. b of nation Ho 7 1 , and (indef. subj.) Is 6 10 (lest) one heal them ( = pass., they be healed); c. ace. of hurt, insp ym 30 26 , n"-af ( f land) ^6o 4 , so TQ"Vffft Ho 1 4 5 Je 3 s2 (incl. the consequences of backsliding); c. ? of hurt ^ 103 3 ; ace. nation (personif.) + JO of hurt Je 30 17 1 will heal thee of thy wounds (|| 1]NB"1N) ; abs. Is 1 g* 2 * (opp. r}}), Dt32 39 (opp.}»nD); pt.as subst. healer, physician Je 8 s2 . b. human subj., c. 7 of nation, Ho 5 13 , cf. La 2 13 . 3. a. fig., heal individ. distresses, c. sf. pers. Je 17 14 , c. ace. , E'B3=m« yjr 41 6 , c. ? pers., 3? T^B'p V' I 47 3 (i- e - i° n g' n g exiles, cf. Is 61 s ); abs. Jb5 18 (opp. JTID); pt. as subst. Jb 13 4 . Niph. Pf. 3 ms. tSf% Lv i3 37 + , 3 fs. HT«f}? (Ges 575 "") Je5i 9 ; 3 pi. 1KS"131 consec. Ez 4V; Impf 2 ms. Win Je 51 8 ; 3 mpl. ^Bn". Ez 47 s1 ', WW (Ges ,c ) 2 K 2 s2 , etc.; /«/. eafr. HfTQ Je 15 >' +) nenn (Id lb ) Jeip 11 ;— 6e healed: 1. lit., of pers. 1 S 6 3 ; +acc. of disease Dt 2 8 27 - 35 ; subj. disease LV13 1837 14 348 ; of (bad) water van K 2 ffi , salt waters (prediction), i.e. be made fresh, Ez47 8 - 911 ; of (broken) pottery, i.e. be made whole, Je 19" (in sim.). 2. fig., be healed : a. of national hurts, subj. city Je 51 8 ' 9 ; involving forgiveness and 's blessing, impers. c. 7 of people, W"NB"15 Is 53' i.e. healing has come to us. b. of personal distress, subj. pers. Jei? 14 , subj. the distress 15". Pi. Pf. 1 s. t*n 2 K 2 21 ; 2 mpl. DriKB"! Ez 34*; 1 pi. VMf Je 5 1 9 ; Impf. 3 ms. KB!? Ex 2 1' 9 Zc 1 1 16 , *W? i K 18 30 ; 3 mpl. IKB-vi J e 6 14 , «T*1 (Ges* 75 ">) 8"; Inf. abs. N91 Ex2i 19 ; — have healed, heal, usu. human subj.: 1. lit., KB"!) NB1 Ex 21 19 Ae s^a/ 7 . have (him) well healed/ c. ace. of altar, =repair, 1 K 1 8 30 ; c. 7 of water (subj. /, ) 2 K 2 21 . 2. fig. of healing national defects and hurts, ace. pers., EZ34" Zen 16 ; work at healing, treat (ace. of hurt) Je 6 14 8" (both t^'Tg, v. [Sfc>] Wiph. 2), 5 1 9 . Hithp. Inf.cstr. of purpose, NB*innp ; lit., in order to get Itealed, + }D of wounds 2 K 8 M =9 15 , so || 2 Ch 22 s (rd. with © ft? for % cf. Be Kau Benz). fi. ND~1 n.pr.m. in Benj., iCh8 2 ,Pa</»;[a].— 11. kbt v. nsn. — Vid. also "1 rva p. 112. i, 11. CNB") v. sub nan. fi. nO"J n.pr.m. in Saul's line 1 Ch 8 37 , Pa<pai(a), ©L Apaxa; v. '"VB"1. — II. 'l v. HB"1. t fcttOn n.pr.m. in Benj., Nu 1 3 9 , Pa(pov[av].

[nKDl] n.f. remedy, medicine; — pi. 

abs. nton Ez 30 21 Je 30 13 , ni- 46" (all fig.). tj"fiN?- n.f. healing ;—- abs. Pr 3 s (fig.). tSnE~] n.pr.m. Levite, 1 Ch 26', Pa<pai]. TrPD"! n.pr.m. 1. in David's family 1 Ch

21 , Pa(pa, A@L Pa<pata. 2. in Simeon, 4 43 , 

Pa(paut(s). 3. in Issachar, 7% Pafpapa, A ©L Pa<f>aia. 4. descendant of Saul 9 43 , Pacpma, ©L Apax<»(= n ?l 8 :ir ). 5. post-ex. name Ne3 9 , Pa0aia(s). tV«E■^' , n.pr.loc. in Benj., J0S18 27 , A@L Up<f>(a)r] ; unknown. tMfinDjftBna n.m. Ecl ° 4 healing, cure, health (usu. fig.);— abs. «BTD J e i 4 19 + , nsrirj 8 15 ; cstr. NB"1» Pri5 4 ; — 1. healing, cure, of national woes, Je8 15 1 4 19b (||Di^), 3 6 6 (+n3lK); esp. 'O tt? PN Je 14 19 * ifer* t* no cwre /or ws, 'D f-Nb 13? 2 Ch 36' 6 . 2. fig. of pers., health, profit, Pr 4 22 (|| 0*0), 1 2 18 13 17 16 24 ; with

nDn 

spiritual implic. Mais 50 ; '» ?»« Pr6 is =29>; 'D 3? 1 4 s0 a »ntW 0/ health (healthy, composed, mind), cf. 'D alone = composure Ec io 4 ; fits'? 'O 15 4 healing of the tongue, = a soothing tongue (Toy). 3. lit., of disease, 13 !<«!> 2 Ch 21 19 . t [*73H] vb. spread (As. rapddu, stretch oneself; Ar. jJk prop t«p, support, aid, give, cf. Pi. infr.; Sab. rHBT pi. protection, guard, CIS 1 " - 40 ' 3 , cf. nanK terraces DHM Ho,,nu *);— Qal Impf. 3 ms. "1ST Jb 41 22 he (the crocodile) spreadeth a threshing-sledge upon the mud (leaves marks upon it from his scales). Pi. Pf. 1 s. of couch (fig.) W Vnffl Jb 17 13 ; then {spread out any support, hence) Imv. mpl. sf. WB! Ct2 5 support me with apples (||«BD). T[rTT , D"!j n.f. perh. support (cf. Ar.supr.), i.e. back, or arm, of palanquin; sf. HITS'] Ct 3 10 ; © dvaicXtTov, 33 reclinatorium. T ff'T'Q'l n.pr.loc. station of Isr. at Exodus (inP),Exi7'i9*j OyST] i7 8 Nu33 u - 15 ; Po^fi*. —">?■]« v. p. 75. t nDT vb. sink, relax (NH id., so Aram. NBT (der. spec), Zinj. DBT Aph., [°>i ; Ar. ilJ' an easy life is perhaps akin); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. Ju 19 9 (yet v. infr.); 3 fs. HOP Ju 8 3 Je49 24 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. HBT Is 5 24 , f|T»l Ex 4 26 (v. infr.), etc. ; — 1 . sink down, of hay in flame Is 5 24 ; sink, decline, of day Ju 19 9 (si vera 1.; ®L kikXikiv, GFM noj [but how expl. the difficult nan ?]). Usu. 2. sink, drop (of wings, v. Pi.), of hands, c. ft? Ne 6 9 their liands will drop from the work (in fear); elsewh. abs. fig. = lose heart, energy, 2 S 4 1 Is 13 7 Je 6 M 50 43 Ez 7 ir 2 1 12 Zp 3 16 ; D'T om. Je 49 24 . 3. sink, relax, abate, of temper Ju 8 3 ( + ?5?0 pers.). 4. relax, withdraw, subj. '*, }0 pers. EX4 26 (J), i.e. let one alone (but rd. perh. "ft*!, v. Hiph.). Niph. Pt. pi. &VjJ idle Ex 5 8,7 (J). Pi. Pf. 3 ms. Ttf Jb 12 21 '; Impf. 3 fpl. nrBin Ez i 24 - 25 ; P<. NB1D (Ges

  • 76rr ) Je38 4 ; pi.' D'BTD Ezr 4 4 ;— causat.: let

wings drop Ez I 24 - 25 (rd. Qal, DiTBM subj., © Co Toy Krae al., who del. inv 25 ); loosen and let drop, girdle of mighty, fig. for weaken them Jb 1 2 21 ; c. ace. hands, fig. for enfeeble, dishearten Je 38 4 Ezr 4 4 . Hiph. Impf, 3 ms. sf. fBT Dt 4 31 + ; juss. 2 ms. 'Tjn Jos io 6 + , etc.; Imv. ms. HBIH Jun 37 2K4 27 ; f|nn Dt 9 14 + ; mpUB"]n f 4 6"; — causat., 1. Ze< drop, the hand 2 S 24'°= 1 Ch 2 1 16 ; fig., -fit? pers., =abandon, Jos io 6 (JE); ran pert, also (T orn.) =z relax, refrain Ex 4" (rdg. 1 »5 > v - Q**) > acc - re *> =: abandon, forsake, Ne 6 3 , so (subj. '») ijr 1 38 s ; subj. '», c. ace. pers., Dt 4 31 3 1" Jos i 6 (D), 1 Ch 28 20 . 2. let go, sf. pers., Ct 3* (opp. in«) ; fig., ace. (om.) ">piO , Pr 4 13 (opp. pnnn), njriX Jb 27 s (opp. id.). 3. refrain, c. fO pers., =Ut one aZow« Ju n 37 Dtp", |t? of anger ^ 37 s ; c. 7 pers. iSn 1 2 K 4 s7 ; ace. pers. Jb 7"; abs. lei alone, i.e. do nothing, be quiet, 1 S 15" Vm6" (cf. Weir in Dr 18 *").— Je 3 M Jb 5' 9 + 60 4 v. KB"}. Hithp. Pf. 2 ms. JVB"yin Pr24 ,0 /ia«< shewn thyself slack ; Pt. nSTTID 1 8 9 one sliewing himself slack, pi. D'S^nt? Jos 18 s .— Vid. also KB"} heal. tnD"1 adj. slack; — abs. '"I, of people, Nu I3*(J); ettr.Bn! nfcr) 2 S 17 s , i.e. weak (||$>£); fpl. HiB") D?T, fig. of discouragement and fear Is 3 5 3 Jb 4 3 . CfVQal2. t[jY»B") Ges» Mu , or )VD-) Sta 4296d cf.Ko"- 1M ] n.[m.] sinking ; — cstr. BFV jVb") Je 47 s sinking of hands, fig. of helpless terror. tn. nD"V 11. ND~1 as n.pr.m., alw. c. art. T T' T T Ha-Rapha (perh. der. fr. n.pr.gent. 11. E*NB"1, q.v.);— n?1f? zSji'"', c. prep. 'ni> v 20!2 = Kfinb , Ch 20 e - 9 ;— only as parent, "W "T^'a

S 2i"- ,B (=D , NBnn *y?nj 1 Ch 20 4 ); *wp n^> 

v 2022 || 1 Ch 20 6 ' 8 .— 1. HB-l v. sub KB"J. fi. O^NEn n-m." 28 ' 5 pi. shades, ghosts (by most connected with above </, as sunken, powerless, ones, Sta 01,420 ; Ph. DNBl); — Wisd. Lit. and late, name of dead in Sh e '61, c. art. 'in Jb26 5 , elsewhere nearly = n.pr.: 'l Is i4 9 (in She'61), 26 4 (|| tfno), *88"(|| td.),Pr2 18 (|| niD), 9" (in 7m '0$), D'KEH ^>np a i M ; of righteous Isr. Is 26 19 earth shall cast forth '1 (|| T$?)- f 11. Q^ND") n.pr.gent. old race of giants (perh. = 1. 'i, as extinct and powerless; v. esp. WRS in Dr Dtin ; or as shadowy, vaguely known , Schwally ZA w ""' (1898) - ,27ff - v. also Sta'- c ) ;— ancient inhab. of Canaan [W. of Jordan ?], Gn 1 5 20 Jos 1 7 15 (JE), cf. 1 Ch 20 4 (v. 11. nan 8 upr.) ; hence '"> pop, plain S. of Jerus. 2S5 1822 23 13 iChii"i 4 'l8i7 5 Josi5 8 i8 16 (P);'nE.of Jordan Dt 2" (|| D-pjj; ; tall, cf. v 10 ), v 20 (|| id.; tall ;= Zamzummim); in Bashan, Gn 14 5 , Og the last of them Dt 3" (of huge size), Jos 1 2 4 1 3" (D); "1 H? Dt 2 20 3". © Pa^af W [ M ]; oi yiyavrts Gn 14'+ 4 t.; ritv Tirai/o)* 2 S 5 l8!!2 + (® L) 23". ]"V1D"} v. nfin gub t)'-|.

-,2-, 

t npl n.pr.m. in Ephr., 1 Ch 7 s , Pa^ij[o]. !"PB"1 n.pr.m. v. sub NB1. p* 1 ?'^ v. HB"). t DS"), ^3^ ▼*»• stamp, tread, foul by stamping, treading (NH DBT tread, Syr.«ma»; cf. Ar. JLjJ kick) ; — Qal Impf. 2 ms. D3"ini Ez 3 2 2 , c. ace. rivers; 2 mpl. K^ 3 "! 1 ! 1 34 11 *. Niph. P<. fc»B"iJ r:V» Pr 25 M a "fountain befouled. Hithp. (stamp oneself down, then fig.), Imv. ms. DBinn p r 6 3 humble thyself, become a sup- pliant (RV m Toy bestir thyself, as conject.) ; Pt. ^95 '- -? DB "y?° f 68 31 stamjring, trampling, down pieces of silver (V), obscure and prob. crpt., see conjjj. in Bae al. and DirtB supr., ad fin. t[t2)EnQ?] n. [m.] (water) befouled (by trampling);— cstr. Dyj}'] &Wp Ez 34 19 . t [nibp - )] n.[f.]raft(etym. dub.; NHonce . JI^^DBT bench or stool on which feet rest); — pi. rrhbffl 2 Ch 2" (late || for nhaM 1 K 5 21 ). t [*"|2"1] ▼»■ Po. shake, rook (Aram. W[ , ,9» wwye gently; Ar. i_IT quiver, flash, throb; also NH TIB"! flutter, Ar. «-jJjJ" flutter, flap wings) ; —Impf. 3 mpl. *Jfh) D?DE> *TWj Jb 2 6". t[p3"l] vb. Hithp. support oneself, lean (Eth. S.A.'!': reclinare, accumbere ad men- sam ; cf. Ar. JfiJ be gentle, bind camel's arm to prevent going quickly ; jyj-*, NH pB"ip,JAram. NiJB-ip, elbow);— Pt. f. npjirjp Ct8 5 (c.?y])ers.). iCDI v. DB1. VfSll (-/of foil.; NH^BT = BH; Schult- hess 7 "' cp. Ar. ci+jj talk or act obscenely, and a Syr. J^9» #Zagr, r«/ws« (not in PS Brock al.)). tttfcn n.[m.] mire;— Is57 20 ( + t3»L5). t [DC")] n. [m.] appar. stable, stall (NH id.; -/dub.; Thes fr. t|B"l, cf. Ar. i__>J enclosure for sheep and goats, but no satisfactory meaning of tpn known);— pi. DVIBn Hb 3 17 (for cattle). Y")v. pn. [yi] v. }»VT. I" [KJJl] vb. si vera 1., || form of pT run, Inf. o6«.W} Ezi 14 , but rd. Ki^ ^Mf) Hi-Sm Co Toy, cf. Krae Berthol al. ; © om. verse and most mod. think interpol. — Vid. also HVT. t [1^1] vb. Pi. watch stealthily, or with envious hostility (Ar. j^ watch or wait (oft. lie nn

nn in wait) for ; 1YV Ecclus 1 4 M observe stealthily, so once Aiaro.lX") Levy NHWBiv - 4M ); — only Imp/.

mpl. rnsnri ,/, 68 17 (fig. of mts., c. ace). 

t Mil vb. be pleased with, accept r T favourably (NH id., will, be willing ; Ar. '_jj (orig.j) be well pleased with, No ZMO " v(,90 ° 155 ; Sab. r favour CIS"'" - 77 -'"', cf. Hom 8fld * r - chrert - 123 , D'ih good, acceptable, CIS"'"- 73 11 -, of a coin, good, Id 1 "" - 21 ' 5 ; Aram. NJH, U±i have pleasure in, cf. II. n^n supr.); — Qal/"/. 3 ms.

  • 1 Ecq 7 ; sf. BfJ Je 14 10 ; 1 s. ^W?! EZ43 27

consec. (metapl. Ges i75rr ; Aramaism, Krae; but Co VTty, etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. nri^ 1 47 10 + , sf. If* Mai' i 8 ; 3 fs. juss. ft? Lv 26 43 ; 3 fpl. njrin p r 23" Kt (< Qr na-ftn, y nyj, cf. Toy), etc.; 7»w. nri ,/, 4 o 14 1 1 9 ,( »; /«/. cstr. htaTj Pr 16 7 V77 8 , etc.'; i>«. nxvi i 47 » i 49 «, s f. Dfi J e 14"; pass. W Est io 3 , cstr. W] Dt33 24 ;— 1. 6e pleased with, favourable to : a. of God, c. ace. pers. Is 42 1 ifr 44 4 147" Jb 33 :6 ; c. ace. rei |> 85= 1 CI129 17 Pr 16 7 Ec9 7 ; c. 3 pers. V' I 49 4 J

rei 147 10 Hg i 8 ; abs. V'77 8 - &« °f men: c. 

ace. pers., subj. father Mai I 8 , || 3!1N Pr3 12 ; of brother Gn 33 10 (JE), monarch 2 Ch 10'; c.acc. rei |/-62 5 102 15 Jb 14 6 Pr 23 s6 (but v. supr.); c. 3 rei 1 Ch 29 s V49 14 > D? pers. Jb 34 s ■(/'So 18 ; pt. pass. *V5 favoured, acceptable to Dt 33" (poem), Est io 3 . 2. accept : of God, c. ace. pers., sacrificing, 2 S 24 23 Ho 8 13 Je 14 1012 Ez 20 404 ' 43 w ; c. ace. of sacrifice Dt 33" Mai i 1013 ^5i 18 119 108 ; c. 3 of sacrifice Mi6 7 ; abs. Am 5 m . 3. be pleased: a. determined, c. inf. V^o 14 . b. c. 3 pers. 1 Ch 28 4 . 4. make acceptable, satisfy (by paying off debt), subj. land, paying off its sabbaths (Di Dr al. accept, be satisfied with [in payment]) LV26 34 ' 43 2Ch36 21 , c.acc. of guilt incurred (J1V) Lv 2 6 4 '- 43 (< point all these as Hiph., so SS Gerber). Niph. Pf. 3 ms. nru Lv i 4 Is 40 2 ; Impf. 3 ms. nrv Lv 7 18 + , etc.; — 1. pass, of Qal 2, be accepted, of sacri- fices, c. 7 pers., Lv i 4 22"; c. b of sacrifice 22 13 - 27 ; abs. 7 18 19 7 . 2. pass, of Qal 4: rlJlJJ ns"13 Is 40 2 her punishment is accepted (as satisfactory). Pi. Impf. 3 mpl. WJJ Jb20 10 , c. ace. D' 1 ?'! seek the favour qftliepoor (but Bu SS Gerber from pn). Hiph. Pf. 3 fs. nfff (Ges' 73m ) consec. Lv 26 s4 tlve land shall pay off Iter sabbaths (ace), cf. Qal 4. Hithp. Impf. 3 ms. nSQlT 1 S 29 4 with what shall he make himself acceptable unto (?N) his lord ? + 3 mpl. WJfl Ho4 10 © We Now' (for MT «■*•) they shall not /tave delight. t|i!n n.[m.] goodwill, favour, accep- tance, will; — abs. 'n Dt 33° + ; cstr. fir) ^i45 19 + ; sf. V/HT] Is 60 19 , Jr) Dn 8 4 + , etc.;— 1. goodwill, favour : a. of God, Dt 33" Is 60 10

  • 5" 30 6 ' 8 51 20 89 18 106 4 Ft8 u i 2 s 18 22 ; '"> njJ

Is 49 8 f 69"; *i Di' Is 58 5 ; Tn?e> Is6i 3 ; || nana Dtss 23 ; opp. n3J/in Pr n 1 - 20 12" 15 8 . b. o'f men: ingen.Pr io 32 n 27 i4 9 ; of kings v 35 16 13 " i9 12 . 2. acceptance, of persons, offering sacrifice, ROT s :sb ]Vrb Ex 28 s8 (P); c. b pers. /or acceptance for him before ; c. sf. pers. iJV"6 Lv i 3 ; abbrev. D3^ fiinb 22™, D33X"6 19 3

l..M ^U p^L, 22 2, -J S g67 - J e6 » ^ I9 !5 ( of 

words ; cf. Ho 1 4 3 ) ; pyi py Is 60 7 (read ?, so Codd., v. Gi, also Du), pyT Mai 2 13 . 3. will, desire, pleasure : a. of God, 'l rrtfjl do his «<n"M Ezr 10" ^ 40 9 103 21 143 10 . b. of man, nBT? 131X13 do according to his will, exactly as he pleased, Dn 8 4 1 i 3 - 16 - 36 Ne 9" Est i 8 9 s , cf. Ne 9 37 ; <Zm're ^ 145 1619 2 Ch 15 15 ; = self-will Gn 49 s (poem). t i"l2")J^ n.pr.f. et loc. (pleasure, beautyy, — 1. f. daughter of Selophehad of Gilead Nu 26 M 27 1 36" Jos 1 7 3 ; Qtpoa. 2. loc. old Can. city Jos 1 2 24 , early cap. of N. Isr.(until Omri)iKi4 17 (nnnn), 15** 1 ««*»*""» Bapaa, usu. 6< paa ; Menahem's base of operations 2 K 15 1416 (6ap- <r(f>Xa V 14 , Euseb 0nom - 26162 ' e,iL « cp. OapaiXa, village of Samaritans in Batanea, and Buhl Geogr.24? con j p es ii^ 20 m. E. of Lake Gennesaret, but this too remote) ; in sim. of beauty (om. ©) Ct 6 4 (|| DpE^); — site not certain ; conj. are : TalUza, just N. of Mt. Ebal (Rob '"). Tayasir, c. 10 m. further NE., >et-Tire, S. of Gerizim (see, on these, GASra ™"- 355 Buhl Geogr. 203 A_jg_But M.^C t TV£1 vb. murder, slay (NH (rare, also in deriv.)=BH; cf. Ar. 'J*~ '^i. break, bruise, crush) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. '1] Nu 35*", inini Dt22 26 ; 2ins.nn3n(n)iK2i"; 7m;.>/.3ms.nXT Nuss^Dt^ 2 ; 2ms.('n5f-)ninri Ex2o' 3 =Dt5 17 '; 7w/.a6s.DJf;Ho4 2 Je7 9 ; Pt.act.rf Dti9 3 +, 'iT 4 42 +; — murder, slay, with premeditation, Ex2o 13 (E) = Dt5 17 ,H04 2 Je7 9 iK2i ,9 (allabs.); e. ace. pers. Dt 2 2 26 , unawares Dt 4 42 ; slay as avenger Nu 35 2730 (P ; || JVOn v' 92 '); esp. pt. as &ubst.= slayer, manslayer, without intent, Dt

« I9 3.4.6. a J g0 J n p. Nu35 «.11.12.25.M.27.28 J os20 3.5.6 
1 13 - 21 - 27 - 32 - 26 (van d. H., Baer, v 38 Gi ; all P) ; mw- 

derer, with intent, Nu 3 5 w-m-W-W-»»«*«^Jmij rnn

PI also Jb 24 14 . Hiph. Impf. i s. TOOK Pr 22" J shall be slain; Pt. fs. as adj. nnsniin neto J u 20 4 the murdered woman. Pi. (intens.) murder, assassinate: 3 mpl. 1W1' Ho 6" (abs.), WjjTl) f 94 6 (acc. pers., || 11?); ^oV v. infr.; P<. DOsi as subst. 2 K 6 32 murderer, assassin; pi. CniPD Is i* l assassins. Pu. Impf., 2 mpl. inX"W i^62 4 , so Baer Gi, van d. H. VIVTn, but Ben Napht. Pi. 'nrvi (Baer 143 ), so Vrss Hup-Now De Che Bae al. ye murder (or batter, shatter). trai n.[m.] shattering;— "niDXp ^ ^42" with a shattering in my bones, fig. of effect of sneering words (Codd. '"O ; 01 Gr Che We -^Tl 3 ); appar. slaughter Ez 21 27 , but © ^ofl (so || WIT)), Co nn, Houb (in Rosenm) nut, go Berthol Toy Krae. tWSH n.pr.m. in Asher 1 Ch 7", Pa<r(t)ia. TP2*") n.pr.m. 1. king of Aram, Ahaz's time : 2 K 15 37 i6 569 Is f A * 8 6 9'°; Pa(a)<7(<r)w, Vaouv. 2. Ezr 2 48 =Ne7 50 , Pa(a)tr<ov. tl^n vb. bore, pierce (NH = BH; Ar. kJ. stab violently); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. '11 Ex 2 1 6 (E) he shall pierce his ear (ace, 3 instr.). T I'SIO n.[m.] boring-instrument, awl; — abs. 'B Ex 2 1 6 (E), Dti5 17 . fl. [*V*H] vb. fit together, fit out, si vera 1. (Ecclus 43 8d id. Pi. pave (fig.; si vera 1.); As. rasdpu, join together, build; Ar. 1— a-^T join together, cf. DHM V<M '■ » Sab. f|X-|, DSV1 Id *■ Hal jAg.im.j.ta.m. Aram.f)r>,^f, arrange in a line; cf. Aram. HpBf!, Jiifj, NH HSSn, all = jpai«!- m«n<); — QBlPt.pas8.TrM (pTJ fata Ct 3 10 i<«  interior fitted out(1) with love (Gr al.'Jarie&orcy). T HQin n. f. pavement; — abs. 'l Ez 4o' 717 +,' cstr. nsri Est i 6 (van d. H. HBri, '" l ^~) ! — pavement, inEzek.'s temple, Ez4o 17 - 171818 42'; Sol.'s temple 2 Ch 7'; in a palace Est i 6 . t JtOSIQ n.f. id. ;— cstr. D*?3|« 'D 2 K 16 17 . II. *pD (/of foil.; prob.^Zow.cf.Ar.Lj^ Jteated stone, <~-*-°] cauterize, roast; Syr. ) ft s, «  bread baked in as/te*(coals), cf . Rob BE '• 485 ' "■ "'• 262 ). f 1. HES") n. f. glowing stone (or ooal) (W e ta.,.j T «.G«h.w' B )._/-| abs. Is6 6 ; pi. ru£ D'DJn 1 K 19" (cf. Syr. supr.). TF)2^ n.pr.loc. conquered by Assyr. (As. Rasappa, COT 2 *"- 12 Schr K0Fle7 DP' 297 ; prob. = -Pr,<r<itj>a Ptol * 18 ) ;— 2 K 1 9 12 =Is 37", Pa<j>< («) r , Pa$t ; mod. Eusafa, between Palmyra and the Euphrates Dl lc - Peters Nlp[,ur '• 105 . fn. TBT n.pr.f. concubine of Saul, 2 S 3' 2 1 81011 , plo^a. DlSJfl v.i. rwn. ■ t ; T : t[^"1] vb. crush (NH = BH; Ax. Jk bruise, bray, crush; Aram. VF!,^» crwsA, sAa«er);— Qal Pf. 2 ms. sf. Ur.ijri 1 S 12 4 ; 1 s. 'nis-1 v 3 ; Trop/ 3 ms. fTV (Ges' 67 ') Is 4 2 4 (Cod. Bab. fTV , Niph., so SS here and Ec 1 2 6 *), 3 fs. P"V? Ec 12 6 ', 1 s. H« + i8 M =rnN 2 S 22 30 (v. infr.); Pt.act. fpl. nissn A1114 1 ; pass, prj Is 4 2 3 + , cstr. JV) Ho 5"; pLD'yon Is 5 8 6, ; — crush: 1. lit., a. pt. pass, in ?* ,S "J( ! ?) ^3r?(n) 2 K 18 21 = Is 36 s , Is 4 2 3 (all metaph/of weak pers.). b. impf. intrans. get crushed(rd. filR t), of bowl Ec"i2 6 * (in metaph.). 2. fig. crush, oppress, ace. pers. 1 S 1 2 3 - 4 Am 4 1 ; pt. pass. Dt 28^, as subst. t/ie oppressed Is 58 s ; BB&D pS"l Ho 5 11 (We Now J*3p, i.e. perverting judgment, but dub.) ; intrans.^ei crushed (id. f^V 1), of ser- vant of ' under fig. of wick, Is 42 4 ( 4- nQ3J) he shall not grow dim or be crushed out. Niph. be crushed, broken : Pf. 3 ms. consec. Y^i) (Ges iat ) Eci2 6b (of wheel at cistern); Imp). '2 ms. )**fiJJ Ez 29 7 (of Pharaoh as reed, cf. Qal 1 a) ; Jb 20 10 rd. perh. Vfr (for 1ST, v . mn Pi.), are crushed (as) poor men, Bu, cf. Hoffm SS Gerber. — Is42 2 Eci2 6 *v.Qal. VLcrush in pieces .1. lit. (in metaph.) Pf. 2 ms. ASS"! V' 74 14 c. ace. rei. 2. fig. = grievously oppress, 3 ms. JTT! Jb 20" ; /mp/. 3 ms. Dyn Jo }*2n;i 2 Ch 16' . Poel Impf. 3 mpl. ISXi^l Ju io 8 , ace. pers. ( = Pi. 2 ; II H>">; r^l here perh. doublet, so GFM Hpt , cf. BuNow). Hiph. Impf. 3 fs. n$ (Ko 1 - 352 ; Ba zMGx 11 H(, 88B ,.is 1 tninkg Qal) Ju 9 »,A« ort»M /«'« siwZZ. Hithpo'. recipr., Im]'/- 3 m pl- H3-li?3 D"33n «snn>l Gn 25 22 (J) <Ae children crushed (thrust, struck) one another vnthin Iter.

  • [y*l] n. [m.] usu. piece, bar (?), in phr.

^03 'JT3? D?inP V' 68 31 , but very obscure and dub.; Aq. 93 wheels; © Symm ,| S^S; Chensaa

  • |D3, or '3 5JS33, or (JBL I,a892) ' 12i j '3 ^n3 (i.e.

mercenaries); Pott We 3J3 "i' 1 !?; Du ^SD 'S 1 !?. f 11. nSPnjp n.f. crushing, oppression; — Je2 2 17 ( + pB'Vn). pi v. I. ppn ; p- v. pn ; p 4 ! v. II. ppn. apt

[2p"l] vb. rot (NH id.; Aram. apT in deriv.); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. 3p"£ IS40 20 (of tree); fig. agTJ D'?Bn D !? Pr 10 7 (Krochm al. 3j* 6e curseo!, v33p, cf. Toy). T2p"1 n.[m.] rottenness, decay (always fig.); — '" abs.; appar. of ravages of worm, in rni.T IV3, in fig. Ho 5 12 (|| t% cf. Jb 1 3 M (||td.); elsewhere of decay of bones, caries (in fig.), 'D?5?3 'n Hb 3 16 Pr 12*, cstr.'Oyy 3p") 14™. t]i3jTl n.[m.] id.;— 'I fl? Jb 41 "wood 0/ rottenness, -=rotten wood (in fig.). t*Tpl vb. skip about (NH Pi. Hiph.= BH; so Aram. *lp") Pa., J>> Pa.; As. rakddu, ski]), dance ; Ar. jS. ix. run with leaps and bounds, |T,lii. leaping up briskly); — Qal skip about, Pf. 3 mpl. flfTJ ^ 1 14 4 (of mts., B$UJ) j /mp/ 2 mpl. Vlp/TH v 6 (id.; both of Sinai quak- ing at law-giving); Inf. cs<r."lip") HJJ Ec 3 4 a time to mourn pBD), and a time to skip about (gaily). Pi. dance, leap: Impf. 3 mpl. '"Ijyv I s 13 21 ( f trUf); ftfQ Jb2i" (of children; merrily), Jo 2" (of locusts) ; Pt. ngiP 1 Ch 1 s 29 (of David ; =13-)3tp , ttBD, in || 2 S6 141 ' 6 ); fs. rrflnjp Na 3 2 (of jolting chariots); in 2S6 2 " ins. 1BM| I will dance, after * 'KB)*, © ThWe DrBuHPS 'pin*?). Hiph. /wip/. 3 ms. sf. BTBT9 ^2^ lie () made them skip like calves (trees, by lightning). HpT v. I. pp-|. pjJH v. II. pp-|. t [FID"!] vb. mix, or compound oil, oint- ment (perh. denom.; in this case v meaning unknown ; NH has nnpTD ointment; Ph. np") either spice-OTixer(Bloch) or spice-dealer (Lzb) ; perh. akin to As. rikku, spice, Meissn Suppl ' 90 , cf. rikk'e, Dl HWB6ln ) -—qkllmpf. 3 ms. npT Ex 30 33 ; Pt. npn v 25Si , 'in 37 211 Ec io 1 ; pi. cstr/npi 1 Ch 9 39 ; — mix, compound, Ex30 33 (P; ^ita, i.e. anything like the holy oil); pt. as subst. 'npn rinp/lQn 1 Ch 9 30 compounders of the ointment ; as a professional name, mixer, perfumer, Ex 3 o 25 - 36 37 M Ec io 1 . Pu. Pt. mpl. tWJBrttJ 2 Ch 16 14 mixed as ointment. Hiph. Inf. abs. n P_"}n nn i?7? n Ez 24 10 (|| Dfiri), as Imv., spice the spic- ing (?), i.e. spice (the meat) well, but very dub., Krae prop. P"J*3n P~)!} empty out the broth. trip/} n.[m.] spice;— 'in f* Ct8 2 wine, (that is) spice (i.e. spiced wine). TpIpT n. [m.] spioe-mixture, perfume; — of holy oil, npi nbvp nnpno 'n Ex 30 25 ; of incense, npji ntJ^D 'n' v 35 . >PT i[np"}J n. m. ointment - maker, per- fumer; — only in phr. D'njJ'irrja Ne 3 s , i.e. one of the perfumers, i.e. of that guild. T[nnfn] n.f. (female) ointment-maker, perfume/;— pi. rtf(fl 1 S 8" ( + nin3B, niBK). t [rnp~l] n.[m.] perfumery; — pi. sf. ^if! Is 57" thy perfumeries, unguents. t [l"lp"TO] n. [m.] spice, perfume (of cheeks); T pl! WJfJf Ct 5 13 (v. also ^30 3). TnnplQ n.f. 1. ointment-pot, in which t 'r : v ointment is compounded, Jb4i 23 (fig.). 2. spice-seasoning [1); as ace. cogn. v. V Hiph. f Dnp^Jp n.f. 1. ointment-mixture. 2. ointment-pot (?); — 1. abs.'on Tip/I iCho 30 ; 'O npi Ex 30 25 . 2. 133 2 Ch 16" in an ointment-pot (1), or as an ointment-mixture. t[Dp^] vb. variegate (NH id.; so Ar. 'Jj, Eth. Ifrao;, c f. % Dp r l , mo^ V ariegated cloth or «&m, Syr. )k>JA0H freckles); — Qal Pt.act. Dpi, as subst. variegator, worker (weaver) in colours, c. 3 mater. Ex 3 8 23 , 'ni ajftt) vhn naS^D 35 s5 ; esp. 1 n'^JIP variegator 's work 26 36 27 16 2 8 39 = 36 3: 38' 9 39 29 (all P; all c. mater, exc. 2 8- 19 ). Pu. Pf. 1 s. WBEJ f 139 1S 7 was sM- /wZty wrought (woven, || "]3D v 13 ). TrtOpn n.f. variegated stuff (woven or embroidered); — abs. 'n Jus 30 -)-; sf. W®P- Ez

18 , nn- 2 6 16 ; du. aTiDp-i Jus 30 ; pi. niopn 

if 45 15 ; — (piece of) variegated stuff, Ju 5 303 ", for garments Ez 16 1013 27 16 " 4 V'45 15 ; explicitly, '^ 'I? 3 Ezi6 18 26 16 ; '"l appar. -=variegated work 27'; fig. of variegated plumage 17 3 ; of varie- gated stone 1 Ch 29 s . TOpt n.pr. 1. m. a. a king of Midian Nu I 8 (P0K0/i), JOS I3 21 (Po/3()K, A PoKOfl, ® OpOKOfi). b. a ' son ' of Hebron 1 Ch 2 aM , VtKoy., Poko/x, PaKT)ii. c. name in Gilead 1 Ch 7 16 , @L PaKa/t. 2. IOC. in Benj., Josi8 27 , Naxai/, A@L P««/j[v]. t [J/ p l] vb. beat, stamp, beat out, spread out (NH id.; Hiph., Aram. Vp"> Aph., both spread out, and deriv.; Syr. •>»J>> press down (Lk 6 3S <S), spread out, also consolidate ; Ar. is. patch, put on a patch, repair, cf. Clir.-Pal. kv.oi.v) patch, |!j. . i no^ao swaddling-bands, Schwally" 10 '- 90 ; Ph. vpin platter, or ootoZ, of gold CIS 1 - 90 - 1 );— Qal 7m^/. 1 s. sf. Dyp/lK 2 S jrp

yipn

a I will stamp them down (prob. gloss to DiSI^ 

preceding, cf.Bae* 18 ' 43 ); Imv. *|j>313 9g Ez 6" beat (stamp) with thy foot, in token of con- temptuous pleasure, cf. Da (|| 1??? n ?C); so Inf. cstr. sf. fenS IJTiri 25" (|| T *|Knp); Pi. ac<. ns subst. cstr. (Ges^") fy$n ypi (i.e. '<) he that (beateth out) spreadeth out tJie earth Is 42 s , Si?") '"? 44 24 , ' Nn J^" 1 r" I36 6 - Pi- Impf. 3 ms. sf. yj?i?V anja Is 40" a goldsmith with gold over- layeth it (lit. beateth it out); 3 mpl.TlK *J^TJJ •^J? TJ? Ex 39 3 <foy 6ea< om£ the plates of gold; sf. ^BS Dtyjpl^. Nu 1 7 4 <fey 6ea< them out as plating. Pu. Pt. VJJID 1D3 Je 1 o 9 silver beaten out. Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. D^nf J" to? JPgT0 Jb 37 1S ca»w< <Aom make with(=like)him a spread- ing for clouds (spread out clouds; cf. VP1) 1 tjT'jri n.jn. GnI - 6 extended surface, (solid) expanse (as if beaten out; cf. Jb37 18 ); — abs. '■) Ez i M +, cstr. '1 Gn i" + ;— © <r«,i™,ia, 33 firmamentum, cf. Syr. sub -/supr.; — 1. (flat) expanse (as if of ice, cf. ni|n pj?3), as base, support (Wkl A " orF ° ,Mhlv - 347 ) Ez x"*" (gloss J cf. Co Toy), v M (supporting * 's throne). Hence (Co* 11 - 22 ) 2. the vault of heaven, or 'firmament,' regarded by Hebrews as solid, and supporting 'waters' above it, Gn i 6 "- 7 - 8 (called B&#; all P), * 19 s (|| &Z#r), "m yfl Dni2 3 ;'also 1 QVffa Gn i"" 17 , 'B>n 1 ■OB-i>$; v *> ( all P ^ t [yijT}] n. [m.] expansion ; — pi. cstr. Q,| ? D "J?!?"! D"K *^1 Nui7 3 «a:j9ans2'<»i«o/^a<e*, i.e. they shall be beaten into broad plates. I. pp~) ("/of foil.; Ar. JfJ 6« <Am, also fig. be weak, slender, scanty, etc.; Eth. l&$ be tiiin,t$& thin; Syr. j>i Pa. Aph. make thin, <alfii thin. pn +1. adj. thin;— fpl. rrijsn, of kine, Gn 4 ,imm7(|| v"rt^). 2. 109 adv.with restrictive fcrce, only, altogether, surely (syn. T]K); — a. onZy, Gn i 4 !4 4 i w *|BD injK KD3n pi orcZy as regards the throne, etc., 47 s2 D'Jnbn noiK pi n ?i? *&, 50 8 Ex 8 6 nr>Kt?n ik<3 pn, IO ' 7 id^ "JO OJSn PI 'i"PO orafythis death, Dt 2 36 (cf. 20" Jos 8 227 ), 3 1 ' Ju 6 3 » (cf. IRjl t6. Gn 1 8 32 Ex 10"), 1 i M (circ. cl.) rrjTi; W!) pi (there being) only she, an only one, iSi" Am 3 s *DVT D3DN pn only you have I known, etc., Jb i»-«-«m» noi>E»0 "!?? '?«* PI lonly, f 9 i 8 + oft. Once strength- ening i*, tNu i2 2 " isi ncyoa-iis pin. And separated (as sts. in English) from the word actually emphasized, Pri3 10 nso JFP jVna pn by pride there only cometh [iCJ 1 s] contention. b. prefixed to sentences, to add a limitation on sthg. previously expressed (or implied), Gn 1 9 s only to these men do nothing, 24 s ^STIK PI n|n ag^nft, Ex 8 24 I will let you go . '. ., only go not far, v 25 Nu 20 10 only — it is nothing — let me pass through on my feet (cf. Dt 2 28 ); esp. in Deut. writers, as Dt 10 15 1 2" 20 16 1 K 3 s - 3 (cf. 2 K 12 4 14 4 15" 5 ), 8 19 ii 13 15" 23 2 K 3 2 (cf. 14 3 17 2 ), etc., Is 4 1 ; emphasizing a command, Dt 4' 12 1623 Jos i 718 6 18 13 8 22 s (all D 2 ). c. empha- sizing single words, esp. adjj., only = nought but, altogether, Gn 6 5 VI pi iai? nia^no 1|* i s only evil, i.e. exclusively evil, nought but evil, Gn 2 6 29 3to pn tyff ^V? wo<Am ? 6w< good, Dt 28 s3 p«»5 pi JTVO/is 28 19 nyn pn it shall be nought but terror to, etc., 1 K i4 8 (cf. TJK 2 b/3); sq. an adv. Dt 28 13 rbvo 1 ? pi n^m above only; sq. a vb., Ju 1 4 16 thou dost but hate me. t d. after a neg., save, except (syn. DS '•a 2 a). 1 K 8' (=2 Ch 5 10 ) a^axri ninb ty pi ji-wa r«, 15 5

I6 (= 2 Ch 18 16 ), 2K 1 7 18 . te. with an affirma- 

tive , a sse v erati ve for ce , only, altoge ther=- surely, Gn 20 11 ran oipoa dt6n nyj; px pi, Dt 4" (so EV; but Ges populus mere sapiens, so Di), 1 K 2 1 25 2 Ch 28 10 1^ 32 6 vbx D^an ons eit:^ pi «J«p *b. tf. W PI (PI prefixed for ernph.) if only, provided only, Dt 1 5 s '31 yOETI 5Mt3K i DK pi, 1K8 25 ( = 2Ch6 16 ) D31T T33 rWBf» DN pi 'si ra% 2K2i 8 (=2Ch 33 8 ). tp^pn a.m. a thin cake, (RV) wafer (cf. Ar. iiiU, a thin round cake of breadY always of unleavened bread : Ex 29 23 =Lv 8 26 "IHX / n > "in« nsn p'pn Nu6 19 , nisp 'p^pi Ex29 2 Lv2*7 12 Nu 6 15 (all P), 1 Ch 23 ffl .— ® d yavov . tnjn n.f. the temple (of the head): Ju4 21

  • ini5i3 nnjn ypnrii, v 22 s 26 inipi na^m nsnni, ct

4 3 =6 7 tjni3i fisnn nbsa. II. [DpH] vb - s P Jt ( NH > Aram - PET). «<>». all = BH); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. p^ Lv 15 8 , c. a of pers. spit upon. — Cf. PI). tph n.[m.] spittle; — abs.'n Is 50 6 Jb30 10 (both of contemptuous spitting); sf. , i?'!) 7 19 while I swallow (J£3) my spittle, i.e. for the briefest time. Tpp"] n.pr.loc. in Dan, 'in Jos 19 46 , prob. doublet of JiPI'n om. © Benn Steuern, cf. Di. npi

yen tjTJTl n.pr.loo. in Naphtali, J0S19 36 ; @ (Oiiada) 8aKt6, A Pacxad, ©L Paicratf ; a Jewish trad, identified with Tiberias, Talm•'"• Hel!, " ,21 ' Nbr G«,,r.a»f. Buhl G«,,r.22 6 GASm 0eo8r - 447 . UTi v. eon. T Ht£H (-/of foil.; cf. NH Hiph. permit, Hoph. Ecclus 3 12 ; J Aram. KB'") /tare power, Aph. permit ; OAram. *BH cause, occasion, Lzb 3/0 , Nab. allowed, Id ,b ; Syr. U. j is usu. Wame ; As. raM, possess, r&M, creditor; Ar. (j)^J &e ^rm, IV. make firm; Eth. <Jfl?: se<, put in, place over, prepare, etc.; Sab. lt5H servant of deity JHMordtm ZMG " I < 1S76, ' SIf ).

  • JVttTl n.[m.]permission; — cstr.'i Ezr 3'.

ITtth v. n*$ta3 sub B>tn. tfDti'n] vb. inscribe, note (NH id.; so Aram. DBH, «JL» ; Ar. -i. is loan-word No zMQxxua87«.i!7 Fra 137250 );— Qal Ft. pass. c. art. as subst. DDK 3H33 fienn Dn io 21 that which is inscribed in the writing of truth. PUT) (-/of foil.; opp. pnv; cf. Ar. £Zj be loose (of limbs) Kam Frey ; whence perh. be (disjointed), ill regulated, abnormal, wicked ; NH VB/T criminal, nV'BH crime, vb. Hiph. (denom.) declare guilty; Aram. VEH be wicked, -±Li Aph. do wickedly, and deriv. ; Eth. ddOl usu. forget, less oft. err, be wicked, dtiXt; wicked (loan-word fr. Syr.w* Schwally ZMG1 "< 1898 »- 135 )). l?l£H adj. wicked, criminal; — abs. '~ T T 263 ■" Gn !%*+ ; pi. Off*) Is 13" + ; cstr.^fl ^75 9 + 3 t. ; fs. nV T f) Ez 3 18 (del. Co), v 19 (Vfi Co) ;— 1 1. usu. as subst., one guilty of crime, deserving punishment; sts. also wicked; opp. p'TO; Vp~] Ex 2" 23 1 (E), Dt 2 5 2 Pr 17 23 18 5 25 s Jb 9 22 - 24 ; coll. Gn 1 S 23 - 25 - 25 (J) Mi 6 10 Pr f 28 4 , ff]>Bh 1 S 24" Je 5 26 Pr 19 28 20 26 29 12 , D'yeh D'tWK 2 S 4" (murderers), ttKtj VBH Nu 35 31 (P) guilty of death, '1 bf)D Pr 2 8 15 , cf. ag 2 , 1 P^sn Ex 23? (E) Is5 23 Pri^ 13 ; ^ STBnn Dt25iK8 32 = V&i? Vtto 2 Ch 6 s3 ; P ,-r !S *T? 10K Pr 24 s4 . 2. guilty of hostility to God or his people, wicked enemies: J?B*"l sg. i//- i7 l3 + 6 t. i/'V', Is 26' ; coll. f 9 617 io 2 + 6 t.^, Isn 4 Hb3 13 ; D^ych f 3 s 7"*9 18 + 5t. 4+, Is 4 8 22 57 M - 21 Je25 31 Ezzi 34 Mai 3 21 ( + (poss.) other cases ; often hard to decide); specif, of Pharaoh Ex <f (J), Babylon Is " 14 5 , Chaldeans Hbi 413 ; || TOT , N3B'2Ch

9 2 . 3. guilty of sin, against either God or 

man, wicked: D'VBhn D'EONH Nu i6 2 " (J, rebel- lious Korahites), Mai 3 18 (not serving '<), opp. P ,,; !S;sg.indiv.Ez3 1818 2i 30 33 9 - 8 fii 6 32 10 Pr9 7 -|-; coll. IS3 11 Jb 34 18 36 6 -' 7 ; pi. DW1 1853" Je 23 19 = 3 o 23 , Zpi s ^26 5 Pno 3 Ec8'°+;||DH'Dn iS2 9 (poem),V'i2 9 5o ,6 97 10 i45 20 ; || ^min '3$ 1 19 63 , cf. v 61 , + ; t'T DTK Pr 1 1 7 Jb 20 29 27" ; '1 B^ Pr 2 1 29 ; '"I ^D 13 17 ; D'VB'I JHT yj, 3 7 28 ; tD'VE^i nxg i 1 Jbio 3 2i 16 22 18 ; tD'jrcn Tft Je 12 1 ^ i 6 146 9 Pr4 19 i2 M ; l?Kh ijyj i 5 9 ; iV-iin nvenn Ez 3 1S " (but v. Co, supr.) ; tp*5(n) "jJBn V' 75 9 101 8 1 19" 9 Ez 7 21 (® Co <xny).— Vf]'is rare before exile ; chiefly Ez jfjf WisdLit. t^Cn nan. 1 82414 wickedness;— abs. 'l Mi '°+ , V&2 Ec 3 16 ; cstr. (perh.) yBH 7 s5 ; sf. iVBH Dt9 27 + ,etc; — 1. wickedness, as violence and crime against civil law Ec 3 1616 ; '1 e fUN Is 58 4 fist of wickedness ; '"1 niajnn v 6 ; "1 nr6Pr 4 ";

  • l ntDD Ez 7"; H *|pto Mi 6"; 1 DhsA v 10 , cf.

Prio 2 ; ysh3 ^141* Pri 2 3 ; 'l mVv 16 12 ; 1 K£ D^BhD 1 S 24" (proverb). 2. ^c/teo!- Jiess of enemies : of Egypt Ez 31 11 (dub. Co; gloss Toy); 'in COB/ f i25 3 (@ SS VBH). 3. wickedness, in ethical relations : || JiNOn Dt 9 27 (D 2 ); || pjJ Je 14 20 ; || n^JJ Hoio' :1 ; opp. P"12f f 45 8 , DOK Pr8 7 ; v. also f 5 b io 15 Jb 34 10 35 s Ec7 25 8 8 ; n "B/JK Jb34 8 ; H briN f 84"; aW* iV^IO Ez 3 19 33' 12 (v. nVB*l 3). t [i^C.H] vb. denom. be wioked, act wickedly 1 ;— Qal Pf. 1 s. ^Vr} 2 S22 a +, tttf^l 1 K 8 47 + ; Impf. 2 ms. JIJ^P Ec 7 17 ; is. SBHK Jbg 29 io 7 ; — 1. 6« wicked, act wickedly, 1 K 8 47 =2 Ch 6 37 , Dn 9 15 Ec 7> 7 ; +"?%? 2 S 2 2 s2 (in departing) from my God= fr 1 8 12 . 2. 6e guilty, Jb 9" io 713 . Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. yBnn 2CI120 35 ; 3 mpl. W'Bhn Dt25 1 Dni2 10 ; 1 pi. wy^-in g 5 , etc.: Impf 3 ms. r#T Pri2 2 + ; 5?Eh:'jb 3 4 29 ; 3 mpl. f^Bh: Ex2 2 8 , etc.; Inf. cstr. yBnn x K 8 32 2 Ch 2 2 3 ; Pt. J/'Bnp p r i 7 '5 ; pi. cstr. 'JPEnO Dn 1 1 32 ; — 1. condemn as guilty. in civil relations, c. ace. Ex 22 s (E) Dt 25 1 ^94 21 Jb 34 17 Pr 17". 2. condemn as guilty, in ethical and religious relations, c. ace. 1 K 8 32 Jb 9 20 io 2 15 6 32 s 40 8 + 37 s3 Pr 12 s Is 50 9 54 17 , abs. Jb 34 s9 . 3. act wickedly (late), in ethics and religion : Jb 34 12 (denied of '*), Ne 9 33 Dn 12 10 2 Ch 22 3 ; || xon f 106 6 Dn 9 5 ; rrtinb y'j-n 2 Ch 2o 3S ; nna ^'bho Dnn 32 .— TBn: 1 S 1 4 47 read 5?W © Capp We Dr Bu HPS. rrytth 958 TniW") n.f. wickedness ; — abs.'n Is 9+; cstr. nS(h Dt9 4 +; sf. inyfl Dt25 J + ;— 1. wickedness in civil relations, Dt 25* Pr 13 s Is 9 17 ; ))?} *?& inVfl? ^ > l5 - 2. wickedness of enemies, "1 ^»? Mai I 4 (Edom); 'in TINT Zc 5 9 (personif.); nj?ehi> Ez5 6 (del.Co); D'lan njJBh Dt 9*-'. 3. wickedness, ethical and religious,

  • i nfcv Mai 3 IS ", invfio aw Ez 18 27 33";

yen(n) njfh 18 20 33". t]->JNlh»p n.f. wickedness ; — abs.'Bn 2 Ch 24' Athaliah the (embodied) wickedness. D^nycn v. i jtfo P . 4 6 9 . t W") (./of foil.; Sam. ^*m° irritavit, incendit; NH 1SH yfajne, Ecclus 43 irc f)Bh liglUning-fiame (? si vera 1.) ; J Aram. NBKn flame; tw as n. pr. div. in OAram. and Ph. Lzb 154 - 370 Pietschm mn - 150ff - EMey zl,G " xl < 18ro - 71 ' N „ id. .m dm <n Spiegelberg ZAl " 1(,898 >' 121 Lzb 1 "' 328 WMM **• u - " a - ma - GACooke 1 "*" 66 '). j-i. *1©7! n.m. ubs 6 flame, fire-bolt;— abs. '- Dt32' 24 +; pi. D'BCH fj8 is , cstr.'SBh 7 6 4 , ♦8fl Ct 8 6 ; sf. fVBBh V ; _l. / aTOe .. E>K 'l 'l Ct 8" its flames (sc. of '"OnK, n ¥?i?) are flames of fire; '1 '33 Jb5' = s;«ir'A«; 'T = pointed_/2awie of lightning f 78" (|| TJ3) ; T&% '1 7 6 4 sharp flames of the bow, fig. for arrows. 2. fire-bolt of '», bringing pestilence and death, Dt 32 s4 (cf. Dr; ||nno3ei3),Hb3 5 (||-i31I). ■J- II. *]©") n.pr.m. inEphr., 1CI17 25 ; 2apa<t>, A Pao-f<£, ©L ?aari<f>.

[l£^H] vb. Po'el beat down, shatter 

(Syr. *.» bruise, grind}; — /ny/. 3 ms. &P~ Je 5 17 one shall beat down thy fortified cities. Pn. Pf. 1 pi. UK'iS'T Mai i 4 we are beaten down. fittTl net, v. eh t[nj"n] vb. boil (NH ttf.; Ecclns4 3 3 Hiph. »na£e Ao<; Aram. nrn, „.}.'» 6oi7); — Pi. Imv. ms. npn causat. Ez 24 s cause to boil, bring to boiling, c. ace. rei. Pu. Pf. 3 pi. WW"! Jb 30 57 my bowels liave been made to boil without quiet (fig. of violent emotion). Hiph. Impf.

ms. r$Mflp Tf| mirr Jb 41 23 A« (the crocod.) 

maketh the depth boil like the pot. t[nrn] n.[m.] boiling; — pi. sf. nWr] Ez 24 s , as ace. cogn. cause its boilings to boil, make it boil vigorously ; but rd. iVnro Hi-Sm CoDa(poss.) and all mod. (cf. v 46 ; || D^DXV). t[D-Tl"1] vb. bind, attach (cf. Ar. LLs~ thread bound to finger as reminder); — Qal Imv. ms. Vfai? n 33"!f EJ Oftl Mi I 13 . tanS n.m. 1

a kind of broom-shrub, 

broom-plant, retem (NH id.; Ar. If J (on form Lag™ 162 ); X iqpPP"!, all = BH);— abs.nriK *|

K 19 5 , nnx '-1 v 4 Kt pnx Q r ) ; P i. B^arj &p 

DDni" Jb30 4 (on text v. Bu Che"* r ); DW] bri2 V' 120 4 , Rob 8 " 1 - 84 - 203 - 205 ' 500 Low* 0313 Post H " t ""< 8 ' DB, 'Juniper' Q n „Ency. Bib. 'Juniper' T nori") n.pr.loc. station in wilderness, Nu 33 18 ' 9 ; Pa6 al ia, ®L Papa6a. t [pJTI] vb. bind (Ar. JjJ close up and repair, sew up; Talm. Kjjl^l fenced en- closure);— Pu. Pf. 3 pi. D'isn Iprn Na3 10 her great ones were bound with fetters. Niph. Impf. 3 ms. PTVV Ec i2 6 Qr (pn"V Kt), from context = be snapped, broken ; read prob. PDJ! (Pfannkuche Thes and mod.). t[nj5n")] ■.[«.] chain (?);— pi. cstr.niprp

  • 1D3 18 40'V

ti^rn n.fm .1 chain (on form Lag BN89 );— abs. 'in nbjf Ez 7 2 - 1 , i.e. for captives, but very dub.; Co pVpsl niv, Krae pin?? <& ('2= As. butdku, obstruction); hence perh. also pi. cstr. anj nipvn 1 k 6 21 Qr (Kt ropwi), <*««« o/>ta before the "' , 3' ! j in temple. nip*in"], rtlffyn v. foregoing. y Jim (/of foil.; NH nn-j, Aram, nnn, Li, all tremble; cf. BBt). TJTTn n.[m.] trembling (on form Lag BS .76 Ba ,7'bJ .__A, Hq j gl ( gi yera L J wAm ^^ spoke trembling (AV Che al.) ; Ew al. spoke terror ; Hi Ke EV spoke, there was trembling; text dub. (v. Now).


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