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

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D, Samekh, fifteenth letter; used as numeral 60 in postB. Heb. Tn^D n.f. (v. infr.) s e 'ah, a measure of flour, grain, etc. (-s/ unknown; perh. foreign word; NH id.; Aram. flND, NTOp, JL^, Jjjj, ]L1^> (Gk. <r<iro V , Lewy Fre ' md " OrterlTl0f ));— abs. -rmp 2 K 7 116 , -nKDi v 18 (Baer Ginsb cf. Ges » 10h )'; du. DTIKD 1 K 18 32 + 3 t.; pi. ffKD Gn 18* 1 S 25 18 ; — alw. c. appos. of thing measured, Gni8 6 (J), 1S25 18 1K18 32 2 K 7 11 - 16161818 (where appar. masc, perh. after anal, of other measures of capacity, )^, "t?H, "13, etc., Al- brecht ZAWj "" (M6, ' 9!i ); — nNpsp'ls27 8 v. NDND. — On size of s e 'ah = ^ ephah,= 12-148 litres (=10-696 qts.), v. Now 4 ' " 1 - 203 Benz*"* 183 . t [pND l] n.[m.] sandal, boot of soldier (prob. loan-word from As. senu, shoe, sandal (of leather), D1 HWB634 Wkl T " Am " n *-°"'»-, whence (denom.) senu, put on sandals Dl L *j cf. Aram. N^p, JJoJ^d, jJcus, sandal (vb. denom. «l»); Eth. PJA1: sandal) ;— prob. cstr. JND JlNp-ba Is 9 4 every 6oo< of one tramping (abs. Du al.). []^?D] vb. prob. denom. tread, tramp ; — only Qal Ft. B^ia JNb Is 9* (v. foregoing). t[KDKp] vb. Pilpel, whence Inf. nxpspa (MT HNDNpa) Is 2 7 8 = by driving her (it) away (conj. fr. || ^fW^), ace. to Hi Ew Di DuCne^'AmRV"; > =ni?p nt*D3by thesah, the s*'ah, i.e. (Ges 5123c,I33k ) by exact measure Vrss (not ©), Ges De cf. AV RV, which is prob. Rabbin, conceit. (On format, cf. NDNB, and v. Ges' 56 '- Sta« u2 ' Anm - 2i238 .) t [fcOD] vb. imbibe, drink largely (NH id. ; Aram. N3D id. (rare) ; cf. As. sabu, sesame-wine D1 HWB ; — Ar. Ill wine, is prob. loan-wd. and Z, import foreign wine denom., N2D

D Fra 1 "');— Qal Impf. i pi. cohort. nN3DJ Is 56 13 ; Ft. act. N3D Dtzi 20 Pr2 3 21 ; pi. irkllD EZ23 42 Kt (Qr D'Npp, v . infr.) ; cstr. *N3D Pr 23 20 ; />asa. DW3D Na I 10 ; — imbibe, c. ace. "13B' IS56 12 ; pt. act. = sul>st. wine-6t66«r, drunkard Dt2i 20 Pt-23 21 (both+i>blT); fully, fJJ 'Nab 23*° ( + ">ba %i); so also Ez 2 3 42 Kt (Qr perh. n.gent., so @ AV, v. infr.), which rd. Sm RV g gfr K«a Da . Co t hi n k s dittogr. of DV3?D, but perh. the reverse (Toy Hpt om. D^NpiO) • > Ber- thol (q.v.) SOD?; other conj. v. in Sm; DN3D31 D'N'Qp Na 1 10 is prob. corrupt, pt. pass, of person dub., and sense obscure; del. both as dittogr. Gunkel ZAW liU (1863 '- «* Now ; om. in transl. We Kau. On Ho 4 ' 8 v. Nab. t[«!D] only pi. D'N3D Ez 2 3 « Qr = drunk- ards, wine-bibber 8(1) so Thes al., but v. Q'Nap. t[snB] n.m. I,) ' 22 drink, liquor;— only sf. ^Nap Is i 22 ; DN3D Ho 4 18 (but v. infr.), Na i 10 (but v. Nap); — liquor (appar. strong, choice) Is i 22 ; 'D "© Ho 4" their liquor (i.e. their drunkenness) is gone Thes Hi Che EV m , but very dub., © quite diff. (fiperurfv Xavaval- ous), We Gu ta Now om. in transl.; conj. of Houtsma TT, J <iKhrlxaTO) • 6(, D'SOD lb, a company of wine-bibbers, makes good sense. TN2D n.pr.m. 1st son of Cush, poet, and late ;— Gn io 7 (P) (® 2o0a, as &?$)= 1 Ch I 9 (@ id., but B Set/Sax); = nation (or territory) ^ 72 10 (© 2o/Sa ; + N3B>, © Apafav), SO ( + E>» , || D^IXO) IS43 3 (® 2oijei7); clearly situated in south ; most prob. = Xi/^" 2a/3<i, and 2aj3al irois fiiHtyidt]!, in Adulic gulf on W. coast of Bed Sea; v. Strabo"' "• 8 '°Ptol ,T - 7 - 7t Di G " Bae*Du"; >Mcroe Jos *"-«-'M a l. t C^fcOD n.pl.gfent. S e ba'im, © oi laPaetp, A S»/3»«^; : — 'TTO ^3N 'D1 Is 4 5 u ( + tf», || Dy}XO, cf. 43 s supr.); this perh. intended also byEz2 3 42 Qr (v. Nap), perh. confounding it with N3^, cf. @. f32D vb. turn about, go around, sur- — T round (NH id., Pi. Hiph., and deriv.; Aram. NaaiD rim, border; Ar. <_»JL^ rope, ~~Z> lock of hair ; poss. also *2Z» 11. prepare a means of attaining sthg. Lane 1284 ) ; — Qal Pf 3 ms. 'd Ez " + ; 1 s. 'nap 1 s 22 s2 (but v. infr.), vtiap Ec 2 20 7 s5 ; 3 pi. «ap Jos6 ls + 1 S 1 4 21 2 S 2 4 6 (v. infr.), sf. TOM ^i8 6 + , "313p 88 18 +2 t., '?3p

S 22 6 ; 2 mpl. Eriapl consec. Jos6 3 , etc.; Impf. 

3b; 1 K7 15 + , sf. , ?3p:V49 6 ; oftener 3b; 1 S5 8 +, 2^1 Gn 4 2 24 + ; 3 mpl. 13DJ Jb 16 13 , tttfjl Jos 6 14 + , 3 fpl. nj'apn Gn 37*, etc.; Imv. ms. 3b 1 S22 18 , fs. '3D Is 23", etc.; Inf. cstr. 33d)> Nu2i 4 , 3b Dt2 3 ; Pii.aaiD 2 K6 15 + , a^abn 8 21 (Ginsb 3'3pn Kt, aabn Q r ), etc.;— 1. turn, intrans. (Impf. of form 3D? in this sense only): a. turn about, oft. as preliminary to something else 1 S 15 1227 (sq. inf.), I Ch i6 a (id.; 3B»} in || 2 S 6 20 )+ 1 S 14 21 (rd. d: 133D for MT 3-ap DJJ, ®@aSThWe, etc.),Je4i i44 ( + 31B'v b ,but © om. v a cf. Gie), Ec i 66 ; of door, Pr 26 14 turn on (?5f) itshinge (cf.Niph. Ez 26 2 ); turn (toward one) 1 S 22 17 - 1818 2 S 18 s0 - 30 Ct 2 17 (v. Bu); also c."bN 2 S 14*-* + 24" (rd. «3D for 3<3D We Dr Bu Kit HPS ; Klo lab, cf. Lbhr), Ez42 ,9 Eci 6 , l.nN-bN 2 Kg 1819 ; of cup of *», it shall come round unto (~ty, with hostile implic. ; ?? lay La 4 s2 ) Hb 2 16 ; of Jordan, turn "**(£ + 1 1 4 3S ; turn about from pjtt?) Cn 4 2 24 , (JD) iSi8", 4--7N i-j' M ; so of inheritance Nu36 7 it shall not go about from (JQ) tribe to ("■'N) tribe, also v 9 (b for "^N); c f. (abs.) 'hnIj ^nni nabjn abrn

K 2 15 (cf. Hiph.. lb); —be brought round, 

c. ace. loc. 1 S 5 8 (of ark). b. turn = change, only Zc 1 4 10 (of land, changed like [3, i.e. into] a plain), cf. Hiph. 1 c. c. fig. turn (in a new direction) to do something (inf.) Ec 2 20 7 s5 . — ifr 7 1 21 is dub.; Bae reads at?rn for 3bni after © <S 93 ; Hup-Now Che al. sub a. supr. : turn, comfort me.— Jb io 9 rd. 3BH inN for MT "Vf 3'aD De al. 2. a. march, or walk, around, c. ace. (city) Jos6 3 - 47141S15 (all JE),f48 13 ; poss. also 3D3 1 S 16" (of marching about altar t so HPS; turn to do something else Th), but cf. 31Dn Ecclus 32 1 sit about a table (v. Schechter 88 "• M , and cf. 3DD), or rd. 3W Weir in Dr Kit Bu Lbhr (perh.). b. go partly round, circle about, skirt, c. ace. (land) Nu2i 4 (JE) Jun 18 , also Dt 2 13 ; of rivers Gn 2" 13 . c. make a round, or circuit, go about to, c. ace. loc. 1 S7 16 ; go about in' (3) 2 Ch 17 9 , cf. also (c. 3) 23 s Ct 3" 5' Ec 12 5 , so c. ace. IS23 16 ; =make a circuitous march 2 K 3 9 (c. ace. TJ^). — Vid. also 2 S 5 s3 1 Ch 1 4 14 Hiph. 2 a. d. surround, encompass, abs. Gn 37 7 (E); c. ace. Jb 40 22 ; with hostile purpose, 2 K 6 i6 Ec 9 14 (both of siege), cf. 2 K 3 15 ; ace. om. Ju 16 2 , cf. 2 S 18 15 ; c. ace. rei + "75? pers. Ju 20 6 ; c."?S pers. alone Jb 16 13 2 Ch 21D

yap "; c. "?« pers. 2 K 8 2, =2 Ch 21 9 ; oft. fig. in poetry, C; ace. Ho 7 s 2S22 6 =^i8 6 , 1//22 1317 49 6 88 18 ii8 io "" j! ; bo also V 17" (Kt ^p, Qr W33D; on text v. esp. Hup-Now); lit. of cord surrounding (measuring circumf. of), c. ace. 1 K 7 15 = Je 52 21 , iKf = 2 Ch 4 ! ; of ornaments, etc., surrounding something (ace.) 1 K 7 24 2 Cli 4 3 ; surround one with something (2 ace.) I K 5 17 ^ 109 3 ; ace. +3 instr. Ho 12 1 ; bs'yb 'D 2 Ch 33" (i.e. build a wall around it). — i's 22 M rd. "MO ( v'WI), ® Toy B * leave, Symm ajreXciVovro) ; '?« n3DJ Ez 26 2 of Jerus. under fig. of door (Sm Co Berthol Toy Upl ). c. esp. of boundary (Hex only P): turn round from (IP), toward (?) NU34 4 , +n loc.Josi8 14 ; c.|» + nioc.+"^ 15 10 ; c. P? alone Nu 34 s ; c. n loc. alone Je 31 39 Jos 15 3 16 6 ; circle about, skirt, c. ace. Jos 19 14 . 2. pass. be turned over to (?), into the power of, Je 6 12 . Pi. Inf. cstr. "H^n "JErriK 33p 2 S 14 20 to change, transform, the aspect of tlie matter. Po'. Impf. 3 ms. sf. ^y±> Jon 2 4 6 , VCO±l Dt 32 10 , «33iD; V32 10 ; 3 fs. 33iDfl Je3i B , etc.; — encompass, surround (poet, and chiefly late): — 1. encompass (with protection), c. ace. Dt32 10 ("> subj.), c. 2 ace. «331D^ npn ^,32'°, cf. v 7 (but 2nd obj. here dub.); similarly n2j53 133 D3iDn Je 31 22 i.e. either shall protect (so most) or (Che, cf. Gf ) the woman (fig. of Isr.), instead of holding aloof (n33i#n nsn v 22 ), will, in the new future which creates, with affection press round her divine husband. 2. come about, assemble round (ace. pers. '») j/ 7*. 3. march or go about, city (ace.) >// 55" 59 7,15 ; altar (in solemn procession) 26'; go about in (3) city Ct 3 2 . 4. enclose, envelop, c. ace. pers. Jon 2 4,6 (of waters). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. 3DH 2 K i6 18 + ; 2 ms. riapn 1 K 18"; 3 pi. »pn 1 s 5' 10 , etc.; Impf 3 ins'. 3pll Ex i3 18 + , sf. vivn Ez 47 2 ;- 3 mpl. «B?. Ju i8 a + 2 t.; 1 pi. 3D3 2 Ch 14 6 , cohort. ."DM 1 Ch 13 3 ; Imv. ms. 3pn 2 S S 23 1 Ch 14 14 (but v. infr.); fs. 'Spn Ct6 5 ; Inf. cstr. 3Dn 2 S 3 ,s 1 Ch I2 23 ; Ft. 3DO Je 21 4 ; peih. also pi. sf. »|l?t? ^i40 10 (Ginsb); — 1. a. tern (trans.), cawse to <tww .• turn face (ace.) Ju i8 2J 1 K 8 14 = 2 Ch 6 3 (all = turn toward); = turn round face 1K21 4 , +Tgrrbg 2 K20 2 =Is 3 8 2 ; + IP Ez7 22 (subj. / '), 2 Ch2 9 6 (of neglect), 35 s2 (of avoiding battle); 2wm away eyes from (IP), Ct 6 5 ; <wr» (back), change heart 1 K 18 s7 (recall from apostasy ; + f*Rfr*), Ezr (P ( 4- "by) ; torn JacA, reverse (weapons) Je 21 4 . b. frrmgr over (i.e. to allegiance), c. acc. + "?£ pers., 2 S 3 12

Ch 1 2 24 (van d. H.v 23 ); of '«, turn over kingdom 

to (b) 1 Ch 10" (cf. Qal 1 a, 1 K 2 15 )/ c. turn into, of changing name, 2 ace. 2 K 23 s4 =2 Ch 36 4 , 2 K 24". d. = bring round, c. ace. 1 S 5 89 ; + IP 2S20 12 ; +"bs iS5 I0 iChi 3 3 ; -face. loc.

K 16' 9 (sense obscure). 2. a. cause to go 

around : of carrying ark around city (2 ace.) Jos 6" (JE ; but Qal ® @ «) ; lead round, i. e. by a round-about way, ace. pers. + ace. ^"J^ Ex I3 18 (E) EZ47 2 ; c. acc.+inf. of purpose 2 Ch 13 13 ; ace. om., lead round toward ("??) 2 S 5 23 , away from ("73?!?) || 1 Ch 14" (where, however, perh. read as S, so Be Ot, and, in both, 2D for 3DH Dr K it K * u Hl " Bu HPS Lbhr). b. surround with (aci) wall, 2 Ch 1 4 6 (ace. of city ora.). C. perh. also encompass (as foe), ^pp ^ 1 40 10 those encompassing me (others sub 3pp infr.). Hoph. Impf. 3 ms. 3DV Is 2 8 27 ; Pt. fpl. cstr. n'app Ex 28 11 39 6 ; nSWD v 13 Nu 32 s8 (v. infr.); J"li3pTO EZ41 24 ; — 1. be turned, of cart wheel, c. "by upon, over; ninb' 1 ! ITQp'IO Ez 41 24 pt. appar. as gerundive, that can be turned, movable (Ges !1,6 °; Co rds. 'd niybv, cf. Toy" 1 "); DK* 'DID Nu 32 38 turned (i.e. changed) as io name, but gloss, v. Di. 2. surrounded, i.e. set, of jewels (pt. cstr.) Ex 2 8" 39 613 (all P). trOD n.f. turn of affairs; — only abs. "> DJ)D n3D !"!)Tn 1K12" it was a turn (an ordering) from '« ( = i"I3D3 q.v., in || 2 Ch io 15 ). yiOtD subst., used mostly as adv. and • T 336 J prep., circuit, round about : — cstr. 3*W tAm 3 "; pi. cstr. VX t Je 32" 33 13 , sf.T?"? 1 ? etc. (10 t.), much oftener nia^D Ex 7 24 + 22 1., Ttorpp, "^n-, etc., Dt 17 14 , etc. (48!):— 1. in sg.:— a. as' subst. i Ch i i 8 2'3prny] Nlbon-JO and to tlie parts round about. b. as adv. ace. yx (in) a circuit, i.e. round about, Gn23 17 2DQ • 687 '3p i»r5>33 Ex i 9 12 as 11 - 24 - 25 , Lv i 5 -" reran i?y ^30, j u 20 29 1 K 3 1 5» f z ' fy iriE> 'd t$», 1 2 9 34 8 + oft.; somelimes doubled, for the sake of emphasis, 2 Ch 4 3 , Ez 8 10 'D 'D "fn *?$, 3 f 40* and rft. in Ez 40-43. c . as prep.: (a) t Am

» jnyn a»5^ is ^ s<reg8) an( j that fw <Ag cjVcm ^ 

of( = round about) the land (but rd. prob. with ® 3 ?D' «ct'# encircle), (b) '}> aV3D Ex 1 6 13 40 33 Nu i M « 2 2 Ju 7 2 ' 1 K 6 5 1 8 s2 - 35 Ez T 4 i>»'« Jb it,' 2

  • 34 8 78 2S 1 25" iByp 3*551 ", 1 28 s Ct 3' Na 3 8 .

(0) strangely, DN 3'3D f r K 6 s (om.@), Ez 43. d - 3 ??'?42. /*•«« round about, from every side Ez 16 3337 23 s2 37 2 ', but usu. (p? 1 )=«. * wy •Mfe, Je 4 17 3»3Bt? n^ vn, is 42 25 / D vrB.r&rn, Jo 4 11 ' 2 ; t^pDB "lira terror on mry «fc/ Je 6 2 » 2o 3 '» 4 6 5 49* ^ 31 14 , cf. La 2*; esp. in the Deut. phrases 'B D»3MK, or '0 n»}(j ( s t s . i n combin.), as Dti2 10 'D aa^wrbo roi» rraro, 25 19 Jos 2 1 42 'o ar6 " rw, 23 1 j u 2" 8 M 1 s i2 n + ; p a^DB/rom rownd a&ow«, fNu 16 2427 . —On 1 8 14 21 2 S 24 6 Jb io 8 v. 33p. . In plur.;—a.. tD*3*3D; ( a ) in masc. sense, iAose rown(Z a&ow£, i^ 7 6 12 'B* ^$? W£P3B^| 8 9 8 Je 4 8'" 9 . (b) in neuter sense, the part's round about, Je 49 s 'iJO'pp-i'aB abe'lT' *3»3D3

  • 33.3. ^Hn^aD-bnbvi'^gH. withthe

force of a prep., f 50 3 1N» rnjtfej V3'3D1, 97 s La i 17 . b. niT3D : (a) as subst. (a) cir- cuity Ec i 6 nnn afYiwrao bjn • (#) ^j^, roundabout, Nu 2 2 4 «' , ra , ap-!?3-ns< bnpn lan^ Je 17 26 50 32 (cf. 2 1 14 supr.)i with ref. to their inhabitants, f 44" = 7 9 4 '3D^> obp) ivb, Ez 16 67 2 8 24 Dn 9 16 . (6) with the force of a prep Ex 7 24 -i^n D3»3D lit. (in) the circuits of the Kile = round about the Nile, Nu ii* uui 05 2 d.Tn^ap, j u 718 j s 26" 2 K 6 1 - ye*!* na»3o

  • 18 12 2 7 ^ni3'3D ^h by, etc.; oft. idiom, pre-

ceded by nefc, as Gn 33 s diTni3»3D ib'n anyn 4i 48 Lv25 44 Nui6 M Dt6 ,4 i 3 8 i7 14 2 i 2 +. I„ the same sense dnia'ppB +Ez 2 8 26 . T 3wQ n.[m.] that which surrounds, or is round ; — 1. a. pi. surrounding places, 'ipB 'BT< 2 K 2 f places round about Jerus. b. as adv. 3CB round about 1 K 6™; fpl. ni3DB on all sides, in all directions, Jb 37 12 (of cloud Di < of lightning Bu Du). 2. sf. iapB Ctl 12 dub. : round table Ew De ; cushion, divan Bae KEU ; cf. on all these Bu. — '3DB ^ 140 10 v 33D Hiph. baa I L2D1J3J n.m. encompassing, surround- ing (?) ;— only cstr. HW 3D18 Ez 4 i 7 the encom- passing of the house, but mng. wholly obscure ;

  • 51D1B enlargement Ew Berthol Toy Hpt after @ •

Co del. clause as dittogr. T H3DD n.f. turn of affairs ; — abs. 2 Ch 1 o 15 ( = n3pq. y ., ||iKi2 15 ). ^[^J?Pl vb - interweave (||form to ~W q- v.) ;— Qal Pt. pass. pi. d'pap d'TD N a j '«  interwoven (entangled) thorns (cf. Da) ; Gunkel M,, ~" prop, (after ©3: Vollers) ffriWf i.e. cut off, away (Is 33 12 ) cf. Now; text very dub. Pu. Impf. 3 mpl. 1330* VBHB' b"by Jb 8 1 ' are interwoven (in a tangled mass). TTpD n.[m.] thicket ;— abs. TJ3B3 (tfjgj) Gn 22 13 (so Ginsb ; Baer ^3D3 ; V an d. H. TJ3D3) a ram caught in tlie thicket by its horns ; pi. cstr. 1J»n *33B Is 9 >7 thickets of the forest, io 34 ! t[l|r!D] n.[m.] id.;— cstr. fflTQBa ^74^ m the thicket of trees; sf. 133BB J e 4? (abode of lion; on 3 v. Ges S20h ; on 1_ Kb"- 1,512 ). T'Oap n.pr.m. a captain of David; © ?oPo X m, etc.; 2 S 2i 18 = 1 Ch 20 4 , 1 Ch ii w + || 2 S 2f where rd. r D for MT 130 Th We Dr Klo Bu Kit Lohr cf. HPS (B i K ' T S>v viS>v, but @L 2a/3 ew ); also iCh 2 7 n . t[7^D] vb. bear a heavy load (NH id.; Ar. Pap, ^i» id.; cf. also sub i>3T p. 259 b supr.);— QalP/. 3 ms. sf. dbp I s 53^- x pl . g$? La V'—Impf. 3 ms. biDJ Is 5 3»; 1 s . ?3DK 4 6 4 ; 3 mpl. sf. wbp* 46'; /„/. cs<r . 73p? Gn49 15 ; — bear a load, i>3pi> iB3E> B>1 Gn49 15 (poem in J; of Issachar under fig. of ass) ; of carrying an idol Is 46%- of' carrying Isr. v 4 - 4 ; servant of *> carrying load of pain 53* and guilt v 11 ; Isr. bearing iniquities of fathers La 5 7 . Pn. Pt. pl. d"^3BB laden, f 144 14 (i.e. pregnant Ges Hi Ew Hup-Now Che al.; perh. better, token of abundant harvest, so many, v. esp. Bae). Hithp. Impf ajnn bnp'1 Ec

2 5 drag oneself along, as a burden (v. 3jm 

.1 < ,T/ '-?? a.[m.] load, burden;— abs. Ne 4 11 V'Si 7 (enforced burden); cstr.jci., = o M rrfe?isome Za6owr (of corvee) 1 K n 28 .— Vid. also i>3p. t^nS] n.m. 1 ' 1027 burden (always fig. cf burden of tyranny); — only sf. TOD, Is io 27 bzz

"00 (v. reff. on toao, [P°]), '° ^ 9 s 14* (in all conceived as burden resting on shoulders). "72pn.[m.] burden-bearer, (late); — only abs. 'DcolL Ne4 4 2Ch 2 117 ; mpl. abs. D^3p 2 Ch 34 13 ; — ?3? NB>3 1 K 5 s9 is certainly wrong ; © alpovTfs fipaiv, 38 qui onera portabant, hence prob. !»3D K^i ; >^p B»N, as || 2 Ch a 1 . t[n^np] n.f. burden;— pi. cstr. T^SD D?!V9 Ex 6 6 (P), of the heavy labours imposed on isr. by Egypt,, v 7 ; sf. B?$>X 5 4 (J), ofafi i» 5 5 (both J), 2 11 (E); (cf. *8i 7 , ^?)- t phzp n.f. prob. ear of wheat, etc., only Jui 2" 'dial, form of 11. r)W q.v. (>=late wd. n^B* tide, flood); cf. Marquardt ZAW " ll<le88) ' m "■ but also GFM Bu. t D'HUD n.pr.loc. city between the border of Damascus and that of Hamath Ez 47 16 ; identif. by v. Kasteren B ™ B,bl - IntOT » tl89S - 2,ff - with Khirbet Sanbariye on the river Hasbani, SW. of Hermon, cf. Buhl G «* r - 67 ' 238 , but this appar. too far SW.; ® itfyap, A Ztcppap,. A city Sahara in is named in Bab. Chron. 1 - 2 * (Schr KB "- B6 ); but location not given. tnFQD, Nn2D n.pr.gent. 3rd 'son' of Cush ace. to Gn'io 7 ("—), = 1 Chi 9 (*_); identif. with 2a/3j3a0a [Periplus marisErythr. 27 ], ZavPaea Ptol * '• ", or SajSara [Strabo ,vl - **], Sabota j-p] in NHrt.Mi».xu.6s] ) ia commercial city of S. Arabia, by Tuch Ku, but this = Sab. DUC (not 'D) Levy-Os ZBG,, "' a8& ' i) - 258; "t 1886 )- 273 , cf. Hal JA,7 ' lv - 525 ; Glaser 8 "'" 8 "- 262 '- prop. 2a<p6a (Ptol v1 ' 7 ' 30 ), near W. shore of Pers. Gulf; © SafiaOa, So/Sara, 2(0a8a. All uncertain conjectures. t NSfillp n.pr.gent. 5th ' son ' of Cush ace. to Gn io 7 = 1 Ch i 9 ('I—' ace. to Baer; K__, as Gn, van d. H. Ginsb) ; location quite Unknown ; <S 2a|3a)ea<3a, 2ij$fKada.

[*7JD] vb. prostrate oneself in worship 

(only 1344,46) (perh. Aram. loan- word in Heb., cf.Nb z " a,11<188 "- 719 ; Aram.lJD, j^o.soOAram. "UD, J^s^" (Sachau) Lzb 328 ; Eth. fl7.fi: all id.; Ar. ijLl be lowly, submissive, prostrate oneself in prayer, etc., IjzJLS mosque, Nab. t03DD shrine(1) Lzb 162 - 328 , Syr. ]^x«ji. = Ar.; cf. We 8ki»Dia.i« 1 iwd.j«J ; _Q al j mp £ 3 mg _ ^ lijo^ Is 44 Kt lie prostraleth himself to it (an idol ; Or ib-iaD 11 • + vine* b^erc) • to^-naD'i v ,s (HVW^!); 1 s. 1iJ9« Y$ ?«!> v 19 ; 3 mpl. «$? »SJ^rW 46 6 (abs.).— Cf. BAram. TJD. dw, onb v. yo sub 1. aiD. JD (-/of foil.; cf. NH nkitp as BH ; i>5D acquire property ; Aram. N^D, IJcl^b, bunch of y rapes, As. sugulldte, herds; also Ar. J^s-1 [a/WZ bucket, bucketful], share, portion). TrTvOD n.f. possession, property (on format,^ Ba NBS95b KB"- 1 - 1 ");— aba. 'D Ex 19 6 + 5t.; cstr. rfa$ Ec 2 s ; sf. inkiD ^ 135 4 ;— 1. valued property, peculiar treasure, which has chosen (IPO) and taken to himself; always of people of Israel, first Ex 1 <f (E ; © Xaos irepwvaws = Tit 2 14 ; I Pet 2 9 Xaot fir irtpiiroiqinv = ntpmoir,** Eph I 14 cf. Br » Pm ' " A ° 2 - 2 »); then 'D D$? Dt7 6 14 2 26 18 ; later 'd alone, Mai 3 17 ^i35 4 . 2. treasure (very late), of kings

Ch 2 9 3 (gold and silver), Ec 2 s . 

t [pD, pD] n.m. prefect, ruler (loan-word fr. As. saknu, prefect of conquered city or pro- vince ( Vsakdnu, set, appoint) D1 HWB659 , cf. Schr cot i» «. 25. appar . = NH ijp, J3D, Aram, K33D a superior (not fag>/») priest; Mand. K*UK3t?tt WBrandt Ml ° d - 8chrlft " n169 a candidate for priest- hood; cf. Jen in Brandt" 1 '; hence perh. Gk. f«o- ya^r, cf. Lewy Fremd "- 129 ) ;— only pi. ffJJO Ez 2 3 6 + i4t.;sf.n , 339Je5i 57 + v 58 (whererd.prob.V3;D© Gie); — 1. prefects of Assyr. and Bab. Ez 23 612 ' 23 Je 51 2 " 7 (all + nins), Is 4 i* of king of Medes Je 5 1 28 ( + "ins). 2. petty rulers, officials of Judah (only Ne Ezr in sources) : disting. from Onh nobles Ne 2 16 4 8 " 5 7 f; alone, 2 16 12 40 I3 » ; +DHW 5 17 ( v . also 2 16 ); +D ,- !b'Ezr9 2 . Cf. BAram. !3D. I. ")JD vb. shut, close (NH id., Aram. 139' ^» id.; Zinj. JTUDO prison Lzb 328 ; Ph.^D Pi. or Hiph. deliver over; poss. Eth. V*16- : Ti (prison) guard Pra BA81 - 3; ');— Qal Pf. 3 ms.'D Gn i 9 6 + , 3 pi. njg 2 Ch 2 9 7 , ViaD V' I7 10 (cf. Baer's n., Ges* 290 ' Kb» ra5Anm ), rUD Gni 9 10 Jos 2 7 ; Impf. 139^ Jb 1 2 14 Mai i'°, 1 pi. cohort. rn3D3 Ne 6 10 , etc.; Imv. ms. tlD ^ 3 5 3 Is 26 20 (13D' Baer Ginsb), mpl. 1131? 2 K 6 32 ; Inf. cstr. iiac$ Jos 2 6 ; P«. ac<. 13D i s 22 s2 ; f. JTJJb Jos6' (but v. infr.) ; pas's. ">WD« 1 K 6 20 + 1 2 t. ; — 1. «A^ door(n^r)Gni 9 10 (J) 2K6 32 Mali 10 Ne6 10

Ch 28 s4 2 9 7 ; gate 05?^) Jos 2 7 (JE) Ez 46' 2 , -OD 

cf. 44 122 46', 13D^> 'tfn Wj J 08 ,« (JE), also CW om.) Jos 6 l (si vera 1.; rqjfa dittogr. ace. to Buhl L " 113 ); door after one pi}**), on leaving room Gn i 9 6 (J); upon, behind, oneself, from within p8| q.v.) 2 K 4 4 - 533 Is 26 s0 (fig.), also ("h om.) Ju 9 61 2K4 21 ; c.n^ + iya upon one left inside Ju 3 23 , and (fta om.) Gny 16 (J); fig. yea yijn '0 Jb 3 10 , cf. morn 'd i s i 5 , np 'd ROn-i v°; abs. *Aw< (opp. WIB) Is 2 2 22 - 22 ; metaph. 'D iEapn ty if their fat (i.e. gross, unreceptive heart) tlmjhave closed. 2. a. cZose in upon p5?3) J u 3 22 (fat upon blade of sword), so poss. also Hjnnri nra lto»j Qn 2 21 (J) anrf/«A rfosed M, in place of it (usu. and he closed flesh, i.e. closed the gap with flesh); "ianan Qrfby 'D Ex 14 3 the wilderness hath closed in upon them; obj. om., B"K-5>y 1JD> Jb 1 2" he closeth in upon a man, fig. of imprisonment. b. close up breach (H?) [in wall] of city 1 K 11 27 ; poss. close up [path] (si vera 1.) ^ 35 s Vrss 01 De Bae ; JDMich DeW Ew Hup-Now Che take 13D here as weapon, usu. battle-axe [Gk. o-dyapis'] of Massagetae Herod 1215 cf. Lag GM - Abh - 203 , also Egypt, sagartd (loan-word) Bondi 66 ; both im- prob., text prob. corrupt; Schwally ZAW,lll891, > 258 reads "lin > Hal BeraSm - i " <1894 >' 47 TT^S (cf. f5 9 5 ). 3. Pt. pass., closed u p = c losely joined with tighFseal, J b 4 1 ' (of scales of crocodile). 4. elsewhere only Pt. pass, in "TOD ant (gold shut up, and so prized, rare, fine ?), only of temple adornment and utensils 1 K 6 2021 f M io 2I = 1 Ch 9 20 , 1 Ch 4 2022 ; perh. read lUD (abbrev. for 'D 'r) Jb 28 15 (for MT "*D', so Hoffm Bu Du) : cf. As. hurdsu sakru, Dl liWB m . Niph. Pf. 3 ms. 15D3 1 S 23 7 ; Impf. 3 ms. ">?B< Ez 46 s ; 3 fs. ju?s. "Bn Nu 1 2 14 , 13Dri1 v 15 ; 3 mpl. VV& Is 45 ' 60 11 , VlKW Nei 3 19 ;' 7m„! ms. "V.Bn Ez 3 24 : — 1. subj. pers. be shut up [in city] 1 S23 7 , n:neS pnn Nu i2 1415 (E); ?]iria 1V3 Ez 3 24 . 2. i« s/m<, closed, of city gates Ez 4 6 2 Is 45 1 6o" and (ninh) Ne 13". Pi. Pf. 3 ms. TJ9 1 S 26 s 2 S 18 28 ; sf. *J"UID I S 24 19 ; 7/np/. 3 ms. sf. T^f, 1 S if -—deliver up to (leave no other opening for one, shut one up to), cf. [fiO], ?3D, p. 1 7 1 b supr.), only S : c. ace. pers.+"V3 1 S17 46 24" 26"; T3 om. 2 S 18 28 (v. also Hiph.). Pu. Pf. 3 ms.13D IS24 10 ; 3 pi. V13D Jei3 19 , TiSpl consec. Is 24 s2 ; Pt. f. rmptp J os 6 1 ;— 6e shut up : 1. of cities Je 13" (opp. nnB) i of -I3D beleaguered city Jos 6 1 (JE), of houses Is 24 10 ( + «i3D). 2. of prisoners "la.Dp-^ Is 24"= down into a dungeon. 3. of doors Ec 12 14 . < Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. -vspn Lv 1 4" + ; 2 ms. sf. "3ri-)5tpn V31 9 ; 1 s. *n3Dm Am6 8 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms."V?p! Jb 11 10 , Wl ^ 7 8 48 - 62 ; 2 ms.1?DPI Dt23 16 , juss."Cn Ob 14 , etc.; Inf. cstr.^iOn Am i 6 , sf. iTjpn 1 S23 S0 , Di'aDn Am i 9 ;— 1. deliver up to (cf. Pi.), c. ace. pers. + T3 1 S 23" 12M 3O 15 J'os2O s (D)V'3i 9 ;-r|'Ami 9 ^78 s0 ' a , and (ace. pers. om.) Am i 6 ; +"^J Dt 23 16 Jb 1 6" ; c. ace. of animal +?^'j8 4S ; c. ace. pers. alone Dt 32 s0 Ob 14 , ace. om. 1 S 23 12 ; c. ace. urb. alone Am 6 8 . 2. shut up (late ; chiefly Lv 13, 14, P): a. c.acc.pers.Lvi3 611 - 21 = s cf.v 4 - 31 - 33 , so (abs.)= imprison Jb 1 1 10 ; c. ace. rei Lv 13 64 cf. v 60 . b. c. ace. rvan Lv 14 38 and (indef. subj.) v 48 . T"ll3p n.[nx.] enclosure, encasement; — cstr. D3? 1i:p Ho 13 8 the encasement of their heart (pericardium; i.e. their vitals). — ~1*I3D Jb 28 15 must =fine gold, si vera 1., but v. "1JD, Qal ad fin.; 12D f 35 3 v . id., Qal 2 b. T~U^D a.[m.]cage, prison (poss. loan-word from As. sigaru, cage (Ba^ 22 ); NH "WD dog- collar or chain = Syr. ) i^cuc (clog of) dog-collar; whence Ar. Jj-=».ll dog-collar (as loan-word), Fra m Pra BAS '■ 372 ') ;— TpB3 1!W1?1 Ez 1 9 9 a«d (fey jjm< /w'ot into a ca^e. t~ODtt n.[m.] 1. locksmith, smith. 2. dungeon: — alw. abs.: 1. coll. smiths, Ennn - ^31 'Bnl 2 K 24 14 cf. v 16 , Je 24 1 2 9 2 . 2. dungeon Is24 2 '-(cf.^D Pu.); fig. of exile 42 7 ('t3C K"Xin); "'E's? 'bd nx'sin ^ I42 8 . + rn3Ctt n.f. 1. border, rim. 2. fast- ness ;— abs. 'D Ex 25 s7 37 14 ; cstr. 'd 25^ 37 12 ; sf. W13DD 25^ 37 12 ; pi. abs. niljIDO 1 K 7 28 + ; sf. n^JDt? v 35 - 36 , etc.;— 1. border, rim (enclo- sure), of sacred table in tabern. Ex 25 S5 - 25 ' 27 = 37 121214 ; of bases of the sea, in temple 1 K f KJMijuM. (cf . Benz)j also 2 K , 6 .7. 2 . fast- ness, 'so u-irn ^ 18 46 = 2 S 22« (v. nn) anrf they shall come quaking out of their fastnesses, so Mi 7 17 (Uf£, like reptiles), all of nations, in awe of ' II. *1JD (/of foil.; cf. appar. Ar. ^Llfill with water Lane ,308 , J^Ll torrent </<a« /Ws everything Id 1 "-; Syr. )t^ ?'mJer vehemens, and Sam. 13DK, c f. Gei N * <:h « e, - Schr - lv - 186 ). 690 TT0D t"V12p n.[m.] steady, persistent rain (on format, cf. B&** m ) ;-abs. 'D tit> Pr2 7 15 a day of steady rain, rainy day. tlD n.[m.] stocks, for confining feet of culprits (prob. loan-word fr. Aram. K^P, NJ^P, ]Ci£; NH 10, pi. P1P);=Lat. nervus, Gk. rodoxaioj ;— abs. D^ITS? tSty Jb 1 3 27 (® ™Xv,xa), 33 u (@ f uXok) ; (cf. syn. n3|riD, and Gk. equiv. there cited). CilO n.pr.loc. Sodom, important Canaan- itish city named (usu.) with Gomorrha (^~pV._, q v.) ; — ® Sd8o/ia (inflected SoSd/i"", SoSojibk) : — 'D (on format, cf. Lag" 2 ' 5 '), Gn i 3 >»> 2 ' 3 + 7 t. Gni8, 19, -t-ncnD (n loc.) Gn io 19 18 22 19 1 (all J), + 8 1. Gn 14; fr. 8th cent, onwards, used as illustrating V 8 judgments, Am 4 11 Is i 9 13 19 Dt 29 s2 Je 49 18 50 40 Zp 2 9 La 4 6 ; as proverbial for open sin IS3 9 Je23 14 , so metaph. '0 Hi? Is i 10 (i.e. rulers as corrupt as in Sodom), 'D |D5 Dt32 32 (i.e. wickedness like Sodom's); Judah cp. with 'D to her disadvantage Ez 1 6«- 48 - 49IBi *- 56 . Site prob. at S. end of Dead Sea, where are now Jebel Usdum (SW.), and Zoar (SE.) cf. Di Gni9,2»ft jj t,BBii.is7ir. GASm "" 61 ' m "■ Blanken- norn ZPVill(1896).53(r. -g^P»l.M« g un lGeogr. 117,271,274 # Vid. also D , "V. tVHD n.[m.] linen wrapper (peril, foreign word; cf. As. sudinnu D1 HWB490 , a garment; NH HP, % TT?. Syr. ^ffls, ^uu» (rare) Mk 1 5 46 ; >cf. Ar. ,*,!-., yi&L veil, saddle-cover (v. Lane 1335 ), or jo£>, Gk. [and ©] aiMv, cf. Fra 48 Lewy Fremdw - 85 )';— abs.'D P^i 24 ; pl.DTT? Ju 14 1213 Is 3 s3 ; — wrapper or rectangular piece of fine Zt'nerc, worn as outer, or (at night) as sole garment (cf. GFM ,uM - 12 ), + tana f*>n Ju 14 1213 , in list of women's finery Is 3 s3 , made and sold by the capable woman Pr 31 24 . HID (Voi foil.; cf. As. saddru, arrange in order, sidru, sidiriu, row, battle-line; NH Tip arrange, order, Aram. "FID, »►», all c. deriv.). t["VTD] n.[m.] arrangement, order (on vocaliz. cf. As. sidru, sidirtu, and Ba NB577c ); — only pi. Q, "H9 K7 Jb 1 o 22 = disorder, confunion, of the dark underworld. t[m"ttr] n-f- 1. row, rank of soldiers in line. 2. architectural term. (prob. for .TVID, v. supr. and cf. Ba' 92 *); — only pi. abs. TO nrn'E> 2 K n 8 2 Ch 23 14 , ni- 1 K6 9 2 Kn 15 ;— 1. rows, ranks, 2K11 8 , and v 15 =2Cli2 3 14 (where thought to be gloss by Benz, on account of JV30, within). 2. term, techn. of building, Cntjta Tftien CM 1 K 6 9 , meaning unknown. t[p-nCT3]n.[m.]poroh,colonnade?(^Zace of a row '(of pillars) ?);— only c. CI loc: K|3 njii-qptpn Wig Ju 3 s3 precise meaning dub., cf. GFM. "IllD (v/of foil. = fie rowrad?; cf. NH T>l a round place; As. strw, enclosing wall; also Ph. WTO n.pr.loc). tnnD n.[m.] roundness ;—'Bn 11* Otf a bowl of roundness = a round bowl (in sim.). "MpTD n.[m.] roundness 0) ;— only in 'BH n"3 Gn 39 »- 2 °- 2 >- 22 - 23 (all J), 40" (R J ), *«  rowrad /towse (name of a prison : but 'D peril, an Egypt, word Hebraized, cf. Dr in Hastings DB II. 768 n. an( J J^ AS- M- 818 f. t N^D n.pr.m. (® Vyyap, A 2<aa, ®L ASpa- ^ifX«x rov kWuma rbv KarotKovira iv AlyiirTa (!); j 0S Ant.ix.u.i 2aav; S3 Sua; all ace), called D?!SJ3 ^D 2 K 1 7 4 , with whom Hoshea had intrigue; poss.=<Sa6-'-e, or Sib- -e mentioned by Sargon (KB 1164 - 1 - 26 - 26 COT""*) as a ruler (appar.) under Pir'u king of Musuri; hence Schr C0TU - prop, to rd. NJD, and, further, identif. gab- -$—&}$ w ith Sabaku, founder of 25th (Ethiop.) dynasty, cf. Wied x * GMChli83 '-; very un- certain is "Wkl's conj. of a)D = Sib-'-e as general ofkg.PiVWJ^inNArab.(Wkl™ 1898 - 3tt ). I. [^D, seldom XN2] vb. move away, and backslide ('"B> erron.; Ar. (-£-.), £LL S'o ««<* come Lane 1459 , ^Uy-I afo'tos e< adventus Frey (Kam));— Qal />/. 3 ms. 3? ^ 53 4 ; /mjp/ i_pl. JlDJ f 80 19 ; PC ac<. cstr. MD Pr i 4 14 (Ba NB ' 124 ' Q es «a>f,72pj. — lackslide, prove recreant to c. j. » JO ^ 80 19 ; so abs. 53 4 ; $ 3» Pr 14 14 a 6ac&- sZw/er in heart. Niph. P/^3 ms. 31D3 ^ 44 19 , JitM 2 S i 20 (fc» for D); is. VOWJ Is 50 5 ; 3 pi. UD3 Is 42 17 Je 38^; Impf. 3 ms.^B! Mi 2 6 (Ges S 72 ", but v. infr.); 3 mpl. ti& V 35 4 +3 *-, «D>1 ^,78"; /»/ a&s. 3iDJ Is 59 13 ; Pt. pi. D'jiDa Zp I 6 Je46 5 ;— 1. refl. turn oneself away, turn back : a. lit. of Jonathan's bow 2 S i 22 , c. V? (v. HPS). b. fig. = prove faithless (as Qal) : (1) of human friends, "»nK 'M Je 3S 13 (abs.); usu. (2) '* ^.OKO 'M Zp 1 6 cf. Is 59 13 ; so abs. ^ 7 8» (+n?3), c. linK Is 50 5 (|| OT?). + 44" TiD

(II P? n»5).— niDb 3D? t6 Mi 2« could mean reproaches do not depart, i.e. cease (Hi-St Che GASmNowRV); Now prop, also (emending foil, v.) shall not disgrace depart from Jacob's house? Bulil L " 13 conj., plausibly, Xty (ViVi) disgrace shall not overtake us. 2. be turned or driven back, be repulsed, of s foes : + "i*nN Je 4 6 5 Is 4 2 ,? V'35 4 40 16 =7o 3 , 129 5 . Hiph. 1. usu. of displacing, moving back a boundary mark (-"135), Imp/. 2 ms. VDPl Bt 19", juss.JEFl Pr 22 28 23' 10 ; 3 mpl. W Jb 2 4 2 (e> for D); JPt. '3 J'DD Dt 27 17 , '3 '?:BO Ho 5' . 2. remove, carry away, valuables, to rescue them, juss., 2 ms. 2DF1 Mi 6 14 si vera 1. (on synt. v. Br» IKU - 2i 155 ob8 -). Hoph. Pf. 3 ms. BBBto ninx 3pm Is 59 14 and justice is driven back (|| pirn» HgTX ">»5>>?). D Ez 22 18 v. following. TJTO, TXD n.[m.] 1. a moving back or away ; 2. dross (what is removed from metal);— abs. VO Ez 22" Qr (31D Kt), 3^ 1 K 18 27 Qtf for D, but v. infr.); pi. D'VD (van d. H. &i0) Is i 22 + 3 t.; DiD Ez 22 18 + 2 t.; sf. <J$e Is i 25 ; — 1. a moving back, away: V Vfe> 1 K 18 27 <Acre is a moving back to him = he has moved back, away (prob. of temporary withdrawal, diff. from Tfl journey). 2. dross, usu. of silver Pr 25* (IDS 1 ?), 26 21 ('D «1D3), so (fig. of Isr.) Is i 22 cf. v 25 , Ez 2 2 ,8h (*]D3 D"rp MT, Tjina 'D '2 © Co Perthol; — Co del. 'D, not so Berthol Toy), cf. v 18a - 10 ; indef. f 1 19 119 . f II. [XV, SW] vb. fence about (Aram, word ; ^^oas , ^o sepsit, circumsepsit, clausit, ^■00 sepes, cf. X VD Pa. fence about, NJ^D fence; NH 31D /mce about; Ar. ^Ll-. enclosure made with thorns, etc., around grape-vines, etc. Lane" 6 ", _£«, 11. wwfe a JI-LX-.); — only Qal Pt. pass. f. Bfeftto raw D'tsn ncny ipoa Ct 7 3 </ty 6ocZy a heap of wheat fenced about with lilies (cf. esp. Be Bu). Pilp. intens. lmpf.

fs. '^w JC'Jp Is 17" thou dost fence it carefully 

about ( >make it grow, as if jVE>=nj'E>, AE Ki Brd Bu). "71D (-/of foil.; perh. kindred with ID* (cf. no' Kiph.), v - Kb" 1 - 49 ; Ecclus 4 2 12 Hithp. TVi"?? (" lar o- T'ODn) converse, is perh. denom. ; Syr. )?i», »ocloo friendly, confidential speech, 6fula, }o&»( =6ptfiv; Sab. 11DD place of speaker, oracle, Hom ZMGlM < ,892, - 52!l , who finds con- nexion with x^JL lord, chief (and SL1 be lord), properly speaker; NH = BH). TTiD n.[m.] council, counsel; — 'D abs. Prn ,3 + ; cstr.Je6 11 + ;sf.1toJe23 22 JbI9 1 •; HiO Am 3 7 Pr3 32 ; tnb Gn 49 6 ;— 1. council, in familiar conversation; — a. divan or circle of familiar friends, CIVIS 'D Je 6", D.'pnfe'D 'D 1 5 1 ' ; HID 'TO Jb 1 9 19 «?m of my intimate circle; () *T)D3 icy Je23 18:!2 TO theintimate circle of "■>; HO* 11D3 Jb 15 8 ; in bad sense, D'jn.D 'D ^6 4 3 . b. assembly, company, D , "l^ 'D ^ 1 1 1 ' (|| rn$J) ; 'Oy ito Ez 13 9 ; D'BHp 'd f 89 s (of angels); in bad sense, N311D3Gn 4 9 6 (|| bnp). 2. counsel, taken by those in familiar conversation : a. counsel itself, "IID pK3 nUETID Pr 15 22 thoughts without counsel; of intimate friendship, ^55 15 1iD JNNDJ . i n bad sense, of crafty plotting 83 4 ISO Wj%., b. secret counsel, which may be revealed (rfa), Am 3 7 Pr ri 13 2 o 19 25 s . c. familiar converse with God, intimacy, 'd WW ^ 2 5 14 intimacy with '< Aaw (!Aose wAo /ear Am (j| ma), niD D'-iB"-riX Pr 3 32 M ^A <Ae upright is his intimacy; here also Jb 29 4 (si vera 1.) Bi Be al. ; Siegf Bu cf. Buhl LM r[D2 wlien Eloah sheltered my tent. T'H'iD n. pr. m. a Zebulunite Nu 13 10 (=*nHiD intimacy of Yah);—® 2ou8( ( )j.— Vid. also '"l^"]iD3 p. 126 supr. T)D (</of foil.; cf. Ph. n'lD curtain, veil] Bloch 46 Lzb 328 ). t[jTlD] n.[m.] vesture (N T H, but dub.; v. Levy s ');— sf. 3 ms. nhlD Gn 49 " (poem in J; Htebft T7TOQ n.[m.] veil;— abs. Vl&'bv 'D Ex 3 4 K cf! v 34 - 35 (P). MlD (-/of following; =nnD q.v.). tfirHD n.f. offal; — abs. in sim. 0^33 nix^n 3^3 nmD? 135 s5 . t ITID n.pr.m. an © Xouxt, A ©L Sow. "httiD, ^D n.pr.m. turned captives Ezr 2 M = © Sarfi, SouTfi, ©L 2ajrai. fl. [^|l"5 ^T y] vb. pour in anointing, anoint (NH Aram. ^D anoint); — Qal Pf. 2 fs. ropi consec. Eu 3 s ; 1 s. TOD Bn io 3 ; y y 2 Asherite 1 Ch 7**;

'BD^pa among re-
  • C)iD '33 Ne 7 67 ; -pDN

Impf. 2 ms. ^Dri Dt2 8 w Mi6 15 ; 2 fs. *?W& 2 S 14 2 ; 1 s. sf. T|3Dttl Ez 16 9 ; 3 mpl. sf. BOOJ 2CI128 15 ; also (prob.) 3 ms. ^DJl 2 S 12 20 (Ges S73t ); /«/. a&s. 'HID Dn io 3 ; appar. /»»?>/ pass, is ^ID^ rd. T.DV Sam., cf. Ko U436 (and not Hoph., cf. Ges lc ); — anoint, in the toilet, oft. after washing ; usu. 1. refl. anoint oneself, 2 S 12 s0 , Ru 3 3 , »ri3D-^ 7]iD Dn 10 3 ; + )W as ace. mat. 2Si4 2 Mi6 15 Dt28*°. 2. act., anotnf another Ez 16 9 (!»#?), 2 Ch 28 16 . 3. pass., bepoured, Ex 30 32 (P; subj. the sacred oil). T"j|1DN n-[m.] flask (for pouring, anoint- ing) ; — appar. cstr. }BB> 'K 2 K 4 2 , cf. Kb" u. 1.139, 4oi, 494. yet form unusua i an d text dub.; Gr^IDO, or H3DD; Klo^l?. fll. [TT^D, *VV~ vb. hedge, or fence about, shut in (|| form of 1w; prob. not con- nected with Ar. cJti, Eth. ?"h: thorns; poss. cf. Syr. yi finish, Pa. --0=0 finish, conclude, com- prehend, and Ar. <»L_ cZose, close up, stop, stoji up, lock up, Lane 1386 ) ; — Qal (al. Hiph. . but cf.lflb) imp/. 3 ms. V1JI3 rfb& -]D)1 Jbs 23 , c.acc. + 3 instr. D" t Dt6-j3 *jp>1 3 8 8 and (who) shut in the sea with doors ? (Bi Bu 'Hp V01, Me 'HP •!?). tn^lDO n.f. hedge (||form of rob>B q . v . sub TlE>) ; — only in fig. rDIDBB "tifc Mi 7 4 , rd. 'DO ffiyj (||P"in? D ?'" 3 ), tiWr wosi upright one is a hedge (an obstruction). t[pp,<pp], TTjD n.pr.loc. Syene, city on S. border of Egypt, toward Ethiopia, only in phr. (B»W hapjj) 'D *>HBl? Ez 29 10 cf. 30 6 , rd. prob. nj)D or <'"IJ)D (Copt. Suan), c. n loc. (JDMich Sm Co Berthol) = Egypt. Sun, Copt. Suan, mod. ,jL— I, Aswdn; @ «ar 2«,^t; rd. prob. JJ9 also 3 o 16 (for MT PPq.v.) © Sw,«,.— See further Jos 10 " 10 ' 6 Strabo*""- -8:0 grun-sch Geo * r - In8cr - '■ 155 1 Relwber. aus Aegrpt. 247 J^ Bjjpt. 4. 324 1. Budge N "° 2M . TD^D adj.gent.pl. Syenites, so (or D'JID) rd.'prob. for D'VD (q.v.) Is 49". fi. D^D n.[m.] swallow or swift (cypselus, Tristr FFPfB,r -) (X KJD1D Is 38") ;— as twittering Is 38" (in sim.) ; ® x'Mwi', %Spullus hirundinis; so Je 8 7 Kt (Qr D'D wrongly ; perhaps to dis- tinguish from foil., so Gie), © id., U3 hirundo. . DID,,, n.m.*" 8 - 1 horse (NH DID, HDID, Aram. K^O, J-^dclbd, Mand. SOD1D, Sin. id.,

tpD Lzb 328 ; As. sisrf (*fcin) Dl HWBi06 ; Tel Am. sm-m[sm] "Wkl TA - 191 ' 24 ; prob. foreign word cf. N6 MU7 Erman^"" 8 " 649 ^"' 1 '- 490 );— 'D abs. iK 2o 20 +; cstr. Exi5 19 +; pi. DTflD Gn 4 7 17 + , D'PP 2 S 15 1 ; cstr. 'DID 2 K 2"; sf. 'DID 1 K 22 4 2 K 3 7 , TPID Mi 5 9 + 4 t., VDtt Is 5 s8 + , DS'-DID Am 4 10 , D^DID Jos 1 1 6 + ; — horse : 1. non-Isr.; chariot-horses of Canaanites Ju 5 s2 (cf. v 28 4 313 ; '0 »3$| ; 'd coll., as oft.), Jos 1 i 4 " (JE) ; horses as property of Egyptians Gn47 17 Ex 9 3 (both J), cf. Zc 1 4 15 ; merchandise of Tyre Ez 2 7 " ; chariot- horses of Egypt [cf. Horn 1111384 ], Ex 14 923 (P), 15 121 (poem), v 19 (P ; on all v. Di), Dt 1 1 4 Is 3 i IJ Je46 49 Ez 17 15 ; of Aram iKto'+Ilt K (1 K 20 20 ridden, for flight), Assyr. Is 5 s8 + 3 1., Chaldeans Je 4 13 + 6 t.; other nations Na 3 2 Je 5o 42 +5 t.; as ridden 1 K 20 20 (v. supr.), Je 8 23 Ez 3 8 4 - ,s -l- 13 t. (late). 2. in Isr.; chariot-horses of Absalom 2 S 1 5 1 , esp. of Sol., and later, 1 K 5 6 ' 8 10***, and ||Chr ; 18 5 and (as war-equipment) 22 4 2 K 3 7 9 s3 io 2 Pr 21 31 ; BS* 'DID 2 K 2 11 (Elijah), cf. 6 17 ; consecr. to sun 2 K 23 11 (cf. E.S 8 "'" 275 ' 2 '" 1 ^ 293 ) ; sign of luxury and apostasy Am 4 10 Ho i 7 14 4 Is 2 7 Mi 5 9 Zc 9 10 , cf. Dt 17 616 , but v. Zc 14 20 ; in vision Zc 6 2 - 2 - 3 - 3 - 6 ; ridden 2 K 9 1819 i8 23 =Is 3 6 8 , Am2 15 +4t. Is Je; in vision Zc i 88 ; 'Dn -y& Jesi* Ne 3 s8 , cf. 2 K n 16 = 2 Ch 23 15 ; property of returned exiles Ezr2 66 = Ne7 68 van d. H. (om. Mass. Baer Ginsb q.v.); description of horse Jb 39"; in various sim. and fig. Am 6' 2 Je 5 8 8 6 12 5 Ez 23 20 Is 63 13 Jo 2 4 Pr 27 s + 32 s 147 10 . 3. cJiariot-horses of ** Hb 3'* (fig. of clouds), cf. Zc io 3 .— Cf. also D"P1D ISq, and BhB, tty. t[nWD] n.f. mare;— c. sf. ViDD Ct I 9 .— Cf. also npto isn. t ,| p^Dn.pr.m.(Gray Prop - N - 92 );— aManassite Nu 13 11 ; © Sova( f y ;— but text dub. Nes 1 * 209 Di« dl,,c -(cf. Gray 1 - ). ff^l'lD] vb. come to an end, cease (£ ^l^D, Syr. (.anoo) Alcc, cease, stop (oft.), X x ?iD, Syr. Jici», NH *fO end);— Qal Pf. 3 pi. »p

^73 19 ) SBD1 consec. Am 3"; Impf. 3 ms. ^D} 

< Est9 23 ; 3 mpl. 'S?J Is66 17 ; — come to an end Am 3 15 Is 66" + 73" (+««), ftOnb ff}^) D5)"!?rp Est 9 28 . Hiph. make an end of, only (if text correct) Impf. 1 s. (+Inf. abs. *)DX, chosen for assonance, v. ^DX), cohort. =juss. in form, *1?« 1'DN Zp I 2 , «lpN v 33 , DS'DS tfrf Je 8" (on these forma v. Gf Bo 4 ' 988 ' l Kb 1 ' 445 466 ) ; but rd. perhaps, for 1?N*, tpKt*, We Buhl LM 13 , or W*», rpo

TlD Ges' 0, (against Gie v. Hi). tryiD n.m. Ec7a end, late synon. of Pi?;— 'D abs. EC3 11 , cstr. 2Ch2o' 6 +2t,; sf. tab Jo 2 20 ; — end of wady 2 Ch 20 16 , of invading swarm Jo 2 20 ; of God's work *]iD-iyi t^nr? Ec 3 11 ; death as end of all men 7 2 ; = conclusion, sum of instruction 12 13 . Cf. BAram. fi. nDID n.f. storm-wind (that makes an ewrf?);— abs/DI s5 28 + ; nnsiD HoS^Ges' 90 '); sf. inWD^Ss 16 ; pi. niBID Is 2 1 1 ; — storm-wind, 'd ova nyp3 Am i 14 , Na i 3 (|| rnvf), IS17 13 (II 0"), Jl) 37" Is 2 1 1 . as driving chaff Jb 21 18 (vb. 333 ; in sim.), sim. of rushing chariots Is 5 28 66 15 Je 4 13 , of ruin Pri 27 cf. 10 s ; symbol, of 'i's judgments, *"fr£ 'D) 'jnr Wl Ho 8 7 ,

  • 83 16 (|| iyp), Jb 27 20 (vb. 333), Is 2 9 6 (+n"!VD).

fi. f^D n.m. j0 " 2 ' 6 reeds, rushes (coll.) (prob. loan-word from Egypt, twfi, reeds, Steindorff BA8I.603 El . man ZMOxl,108M),'m. g emitic ftCC- to WMM A " lfe, « 1 );- l.rwsAes,inNileEx2 3 - 5 (E); f|1DJ n3r5Isi9 B (of Egypt). 2. usu. in combin. fJID'a' prob. = sea of rushes or reeds ( > sea of (city) Suph), which Gk. inch in wider name doKaaaa ipvdpa, Red Sea (cf. Di 11 ■*• 18 and esp. WMM A '"- Eur<2r -, who expl. as name orig. given to upper end of Gulf of Suez, extending into Bitter Lakes, shallow and marshy, whence reeds (prob. also reddish colour)); — name applied only to arms of Bed Sea; most oft. a. to Gulf of Suez Ex io 19 Jos 2 10 (both J), Ex i 3 18 is 4 - 22 23 31 (all E), Dt 1 1 4 Jos 4 a (D), Nu 3 3 ,,ul (P), elsewh. late Ne a 9 f 106 7922 136" 15 . b. sts. to Gulf ofAkaba 1K9 26 , and WOl tfJ-J Nu 2 i 4 (E), prob. also i4 25 (E), Dt I 40 2'; perh. Jun" Je 49 J1 ; poss. rd. f|lD-D>D for 'D ^'lO Dt 1 ' (v. infr.). fii. rjlD n.pr.loc. (si vera 1.) named in de- fining loc. of Deut. law-giving Dt i 1 (I'D Mo, where P1D by dissimil. for ?'E) j but read perh. S)^D DM3 (© Trkrjoiov 7tjs t'pvdpas, ©L + SaXatrcrrjs, 33 contra mare rubrum), v. I. f®. fn. nCID n.pr.loc. E. of Jordan; — only in phr. 'D3 3ni in ancient poet, fragment Nu 2 i M ; Tristr" *" 50 cp. Safieh (fc***-). SE. oasis of Dead Seu, but = IJ a is most improb. "l^D and (H09 12 ) Ll^Jaoo vb - ^m aside (NH Hiph. cause to turn aside, or aposta- tize; Tel Am. suru, n. rebel Wkl Glos *);— Qal lrl Pf 3 rns.lD Ex 3 4 + ; 3 fs. rT$ 1 S 16" + ; 1 s. "n-]D f 1 i 9 1M ; 3 pi. ip Dt 9 12 + ; 2 mpl. ornp v 16 + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. TWJ Gn 49 10 + , "ID>1 Ju 4" + ; 3 fs. "I'D? iS6 3 + ; 1 s. cohort. nncN EX3 3 ; 3 mpl. '"ID'. Ex 25 15 + , etc.; /wu>. ms. "WD 2 S 2 22 + , etc.; Inf. abs. nto Dn 9 s , "lb v"; cstr. TD Is 7 17 + ; sf. nfc> Ho 9 12 (Ges> 6k Now); P<. "ID Jb i 1 + ; f. cstr. rPD Pr 1 i 22 ; mpl. cstr. •HD J e 6 s8 (or from TlD, or ^f); j5a*s. f. JTl'D Is 49 21 , c. intrans. meaning (Ges' 50 ' Kb"- '■ 137 ), pi. sf. *I» Je i7 ,3 Qr; and cstr. '"I'D 2=';— 1. <wm aside, out of one's course 1 S6 12 Dt 2 s7 , /row follovring, Tin^D p ers . 2 S 2 21 - 22 , abs. v 23 , yrom attacking, ?yp 2 Ch 20 10 ; tern, in unto (for shelter, refuge, etc.), c. "vN, Gn 19 23 (J) Ju4 i8.i8.i8 I9 n.i2 2 K 4 » c |,-j u 2o8> c D g> Ig 3 ' 6 , HDB' 18 15 2K4 8 ( + inf.),v 10 ; c. Tlh Pr 9 41 «  (in fig.); for purpose implied Ex 3 3 (J) Ru 4 11 , or expr. by inf. Ex 3 4 ( J ) Ju 1 4" Je 1 5 5 (in fig.) ; esp. fig. turn aside from right path, from *», his commands, etc., usu. c. fO Ex 32 s (J) Ju 2 17 Dt 9 12 + 7 t. D, Pr 13" + 5 t. Pr, + 10 1. elsewhere, + 2 Ch 8 16 (ins. IP) ; c. TBJW 1 S 1 2 20 + 4 1.; c. '5?P Je 32 40 Ez 6 9 ; fp + P9J etc. Dt5 29 17" 2 K 22 2 =2 Ch34 2 ; abs.(sts.=rewZ<)^i4 3 Je5 23 Dt 1 1 16 1 7 17 (subj. 23 1 ?), niDI J e 1 7 13 Qr( > niw Kt) read prob. T'J'Dl <7ios« revolting from thee (Ew Gie); nj")33 [Dan n* Je 2 21 degenerate (shoots) 0/ the foreign vine (tig.); D5?P "IP Pr 1 1 22 a woman turning aside as to discretion, shewing lack of it ; also from wrong path, sins (of Jerob.), etc., c. ft? 2 K 3 s 14 24 + 7 t 2 K ; c. bva 2 K io 31 15 18 ; c. «jqUB 2 K io 29 ; +1H9 ">? (pt.) Jb i 1 - 8 2 s also IS59' 5 ; JTJB n!|D (inf. and imv.) Jb 2S 28 Pr 3 7 13' 9 16 617 ^ 34 1 * 37 s7 . 2. depart, usu. c. IP, of frogs Ex 8 7 , flies v 25 (both J), sword 2S12 10 ; sceptre from Judah Gn 49 10 (poem in J): Vs hand 1 S6 3 , his kindness 2 S7 15 (MT, but rd.TDN @@93 || 1 Ch 17 13 Th We Dr Klo BuKitHPS), his wrath Ez 16 42 (but del. Co Siegf Toy), depart from way = get out of the way, cease to obstruct Is 30", etc.; c. ^P 1 S 15 66 ; c byo Is 7 17 Ju 16 19 Nu i2 10 , etc.; of '< departing, IP pers., Ho 9 12 , ^O Ju 16 20 1 S 28" nyp 1 S 18 12 ; God, c. ?p Jb2i 14 22 17 , c. ^yp

S 28 16 ; "• rrn, c . D?P 1 S 16 14 ; evil spirit, c. 

'5?P v 23 ; abs. depart [from Babyl.] Is 52 1111 ; =avoid contact La4 lsl51i ; of wicked Jb 15 30 he sludl not depart out of ('30) darkness, i.e. shall not avoid it, escape it ; pt. pass, made to depart, thrust away, of Isr. under fig. of wife Is 49 21 ( >act, ace. to Ba m > 124c ). 3. of lifeTlD

nro less things = be removed, oppressor's yoke, c. ?yt? Isi4 2S cf. v 25 10 s '; staves from (IP) ark Ex 25 15 ; abs. iniquity Is 6 7 ; esp. of l"liD3 1 K 15" 22" 2 K 12 4 14 4 15 435 2 Ch 15 17 20 33 . 4. z=-come to an end, Am 6 7 Is 1 1 13 . — For "?N ID

S 22 14 read "i'JJ -& ® Th Dr Klo Bu Kit Lohr 

HPS; in 15 32 Th HPS del. "ID (after © 33 @) as^ittogr.jDNap ID Ho 4 18 v. N3D ; Ho 7" rd. rrtb} for mh) ( /-no q. v.); Je 6™, it is uncer- tain whether (D ,_ !")iD) *1D belongs here, revolters among the rebellious, or sub "TiD, or even = , '?.K' princes, chiefs (cf. 1 S 22 14 ). tPo'lil Pf. 3 ms. Vrn ViiD La 3" Ae turned aside my ways (my steps). Hipb. 1S3 Pf. 3 ms.T'Dn 2 K i8 4 + ; 2 ms. rnpni consec. (Dr s™w<"») 1 K 3 31 ; is. "OTpn

K 2 3" + , -nipqi 1 s 1 7 46 + ; 3 pi. Won 2 Ch 

3o' 4 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. TDJ Is3 18 +, juss. ">p' Ex8 4 + , ipV Gn8 13 +; sf. OTJBJJ 1 S 18 13 , mp)l 1 K 15 13 , flJTp; Lv 3 4 + ; 3 mpl. Wp; Is 5° + , etc.; Imv. ms. ">pn 1 K 20 24 + , "VOIl Ez 2 i sl (rd. Tpn, npn); f s . >Vpn , g ,h e tc.;7«/. aft*, ipn Gn 3 o 32 + ; cs«r. Tpn 2 K 6 s2 + , etc. ; Pt.fOQ Is 3 ! + 3 t.;— 1. cause to (turn aside,) depart, common word for remove, take away : c. 19, Ex 8 427 33* (all J), 2 3 25 (E) Dt 7 15 1 S 28' Jos7 ,3 (J)Ju I o 16 Is3 l Vi8 23 (+||2S22 23 ,rd. »JBD TDK De Hup-Now HPS); shoulder from burden ^8i 7 ; ytefp WN "VDO P r2 8 9 ; +oft., + Jb33 17 (ins. IP ® EwDiDeHi Bu al); c. byp, <a£e of ring Gn 41 42 (E) Est 3 10 , also 8 2 (abs.); garments Gn38 1419 (J) Dt2i 13 Zc 3 4 iSi7 S9 (armour), also Ex 34 s4 (P; abs.) and Ez26 16 (Co ins. i>3?P); take off head, by? 1 S i7 46 ,abs. 2 S 4 7 1 6" 2 K 16 32 ;. c. ?5?P also oft. fig. (from upon= from resting on, or burdening), plagues Ex 8 4 io 17 (J), cf. Nu 21 7 (E), also 1 S i 14 Am 5* 1 K 2"; reproach 1 S 1 7 26 Is 25 s ; c. DVp=from one's presence 1 S 18 13 , also of '♦ removing his kind- ness 1 Ch 1 6 13 + || 2 S 7 I5 (v. Qal 2) ; c. VJB bv'Q, of '» removing Isr. 2 K 17 1823 23 s7 24 s Je 32 31 ; abs. 2 K 23 s7 ; oft. abs., Gn 8 13 Noah removed the covering ; remove = depose c. IP 1 K I5 13 = 2 Chi5 16 (v. fp 7b (6)), abs. 2 Ch 3 6 3 , cf. Ju 9 29 Jb34 20 ; remove nta, etc., 2Ki8 4 ,v 22 =Is36 7 = 2 CI132", 2 K23 19 2 Ch 30 14 14 2 , cf. 14 4 17 6 (both c IP); =put away strange gods, etc., Gn35 2 Jos 2 4 ,4!a (all E), 1 S 7 c. f(mo v s Is 5 8 9 ; once c. >, D^jjgp nz& TDD Jb 1 2 20 . 2. rarer uses are: put aside= leave undone Jos 1 1 ls (D) ; retract words Is 31 2 (of '♦); reject prayer i//66 20 ; abolish sacrifice Dn 1 1 31 ; turn one away ^HND, i.e. from following Dt 7 4 ; c."?S? pers., remove the ark unto 2 S 6 10 = 1 Chi 3 13 . tHopb. P/. 3 ms. ">PW Lv4 31 Dn I2 11 ; /mp/. 3 ms.lDV LV4 35 ; POpID Is 17 1 ; pi. D'lpID 1 S 2 1 7 (but final D prob. dittogr. before D WeDr Klo Kit HPS); — be taken away,removed: c. IP Lv 4=*, ^yp v 31 , " -Jabio 1 S 2 1 7 ; Tfl} ipio Is 1 7 1 Damascus is removed from being a city; abs. be abolished Dn 12 11 (cf. n 31 Hiph.). . "I^ID adj.verb. properly Pt. of 11D q.v. fn. "I^ID n.pr. of a temple-gate; — 'D "V)W 2Kn 6 (>|| 2 CI123 5 "riD^n nye-, v.TtoJ), but del. ver. as gloss We ■•*■•>•«.■■ Kmp Kl " Benz. Ti~nD n.f. a turning aside, defection, apostasy, withdrawal; — alw. abs. 'o; — 1. de- fection, used appar. of any moral or legal offence Dt 19 16 , so prob. IS59' 3 ( + P0PSF *3?ty 2 - apostasy, Dti3 6 Is I 5 31 6 Je 28'" 29 s2 . 3. ^S rnp non-withdrawal Is 1 4 6 (cf. vb., v 25 Am 6 7 ). i"Pp v. 'BTJ 113 p. 92 supr. IID' 1 , only in niD' 1 Je 1 7 13 Kt, but v. Qr do Qal Pt. t [JT)D] vb. Hipb. incite, allure, instigate (NH Hiph., id.) ;— Hipb. Pf. 3 ms. sf. irrpn 1S26 19 , ^pq Jb 36 16 ; 3 fs. nnpn 1K21 25 (Ges' 721 - Kb 1 - 460 ); 3 pi. sf. ^ffftj Je 3s 22 (Ges 572 ™); /mp/ 3 ms.IT'B: 2 K i8 32 + 2 t., but also npfi 2 S 24 1 1 Ch 2 1 1 , sf. ^rvp; Dt 13 7 Jb36 18 , etc.; Pt. rPDD Je 43 3 2Ch32"; — 1. a. incite to make a request (c. ace. pers. + inf.) Jui 14 (on text v. GFM) = Jos 1 5 18 . b. allure DTPDJl yisp 2 Ch 1 8 31 and God allured them away fr. him (si vera 1.; del. cl. as gloss Be Kit); so also Jb 36 16 ace. to De Hi Bu al. ; he allureth thee out of the mouth of distress, but Di Du freedom hath seduced tliee; for meaning seduce, entice, cf. also v 18 . 2. instigate, in bad sense, c. ace. pers., + ? against, 1 S 26 19 2 S 24 1 Je 43 s Jb 2 3 ; c. ace. pers. alone 1 K 21 25 2 K i8 32 = Is 3 6 18 , cf. 2 Ch 3 2 13 , Dt 13 7 Je 38 s2 ; + inf. 1 Ch 2I 1 2 Chi8 2 32 n . rstb n. v. mo. tpnD] vb. drag {Impf. consec. 1 s. anDNi MI 18 , sf. nnnDNi lb 1213 ; Ph. anDLzb 328 ; Ar. CSzJL, Eth. rtrhtti) ;— Qal Pf. 1 pi. «3npi consec. 2 S 17 13 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. Dl^np? J e 49 20

45 ; Inf. abs. 3inp Je 22 19 ; cstr, 

hDb Je — drag, a city 7n3n~iy 2 S 17 13 , corpses Je 15-' mnD

P

2' 9 , captives, under fig. of sheep dragged off 

by wild beast 49 20 — 50 45 (® pass., whence Schwally Gie suppose a Niph. ^DD^). TrQnp n.f. rag, clout (stuff pulled or dragged about; >Lag BNI43 V>L^sJL, C^sJL become altered for the worse) ; — only pi. JYQnp Je 38" 12 (both +DV60). f [TinD] vb. scrape (Ar. L»Ji (^s>— , and (.s^-. Lane 1322 ) scrape off, clear away; cf. Tahn. WrmD, WTnD refuse, X ftfrWlC dirt, dung) ;— only Pi. scrape clean, scour, Pf 1 s. consec. riJQD ITiay "nnpl Ez 26 4 and I will scrape clean her dust from her. "i" "TO n.[m.] offscouring;— SOtB DiNBl '0 La 3 4 ' TtC^nD n.[m.] grain that shoots up of itself in 2nd year (^unknown); — 1| !T? B , 2 K 19 29 (= DT}& || Is 37 30 ) ; on use of this for food, cf. Strabo 114 ' 3 (of Albanians). t[*")H!p] vb. prostrate (NH t|riD, Aram. 5)np, a!o> (for e8a(f>:(w, Lk 1 o/' 2 ) ; As. sahdpu, throw down, overwhelm); — Qal Pf. ^nb "IBD Pr

8 3 a prostrating rain (beating down grain), fNI 

v% an< ^ ( so ) there is no bread. Niph. Pf.

ms. I'T?*? HOP? Je 46 15 why are thy mighty 

ones (or, why is thy bull, i.e. Apis, Hi Ew Gl) prostrated ? but rd. perh. "IPV *6 "FT?* I" DJ (® Mich Gie Co) why hath Apis fled, thy bull doth not stand ? [inD] vb. go around, about, travel about in (NH id., go about as merchant, pedlar, perh. denom. from iniD (Jastr) ; Syr. iLco go about as beggar, be beggar PS 2593 (rare), esp. Chr Pal Aram. v. Schwally Id ' ot - 6If -; As. safidru, turn, surround, Tel Am. return Wkl TAGl0M - ; X surround (oft.), and deriv.; Ar. yLJL is mock at, deride) ;— Qal Pf. 3 pi. V^np J e I4 «. Jjag^ 3 mpl. 1W Gn 34 21 ; 2 mpl! tWO* Gn 42 s4 ; 7«i». mpl'sf. nnnp Gn 34 10 ; i><. "inb Gn 23", nniD Pr3i 14 ; cstr. inb Is 23 s ; fs. sf. W$$ Ez 27 121618 + TOinb v 15 (v. infr.); mpl. enqb Gn 37 28 +2 t.; cstr. nnb 1 Kio M +3 t.; sf. ■fiSp is 47 15 , JRJ- Ez 27' 21 , nn. i s 23 s ;— 1. 30 a6o?/<, to and fro (i.e. go about one's affairs, carry on one's business) in, c. ace. JQK Gn 42 M (E), 34 1021 (P); c. nr^? J e 14' 8 , but dub., ® Gf Hi Or Co Hpt Eothst K * u journey unto a land which they have not known. 2. Pt.= subst. a trafficker, trader (who goes about with wares, etc.) Gn 2 3 16 (P), 37 s9 (E), Is 23" 47" 1 K 10*= 2 Chi", Ez2 7 21 - 2136 38 13 ;+Dnn 2 Ch 9 14 ; f., of a city or country, Ez 2 7 12 -' 618 ; also in v" rd. Tl^niqb for MT (IT) Kjh^ Sm Co Berthol Toy. Pilp. Pf. 3 ms. iri"]D? ^ ^38" (Ges'™') my heart palpitates ( + 'nb '33$). t [inp] n.m. Pr3 ' " traffic, gain ;— cstr. TOD Is 23 3 + 2 t.; sf. iTirtp Pr 3 14 + 3 t.;— traffic, i.e. gain from traffic, IS23 3 " ( + n3?nS), v 18 45" IV 3 l4 31". T [n^hp] n.f. merchandise ; — cstr. rnntp Ez2 7 15 , but v. inD Pt. trnnb n.f. buckler;— ^9 i 4 ( + n32f; fig. of Vs faithfulness).

[^npQ J n.m. appar. merchandise ; — 

cstr. Dypin IDP? 1 K 10 15 , but text prob. crpt.; Klo prop, inpo, so Buhl L " 13 ; || 2 Ch 9" has D'HnBri, an d so Benz here (for both wds. of MT). t [rnPb] n -^' a stone used (with marble) in paving (cf. As. sihru, a precious stone, Dl HWB49SV.— mn'D Est I 6 . [ED] , □"'P D v. Bfe> sub B1*B». ^D v. 31D. Tp^D n.pr. of 3rd month, Siwan = May- June (loan-word from As.-Bab. Simdnu, cf. Schr 0011 * 1 ' 1 Muss . Arnolt JELxi C i8W).s!<r.. p alm |VD Lzb 328 Cook 84 );— 'D B^jfOWl ^bWn enro Est 8 9 . JilTD, ^ITD n.pr.m. Sihon (on format, cf. Lag 8 * 198 );— fin'D Nu2i 27 + 18 t., jh'D v 2 ' + 1 7 t.; — king of Amorites, Nu 2 1 21 + 7 t. Nu 2 1 (JE), 32 s3 (K) Dt i 4 + 10 t. Dt, Ju 2 10 + 4 t. Ju (D) + I3» JUJ (P) I ii 1920 - 20 - 21 Je48 4 ' iK 4 19 Ne 9 22 V' I35 U I36 19 - © ^av, ®L Slav. •j-i. V"p n.pr.loc. Sin, i.e. Pelusium, E. frontier city of Egypt (Egypt. 'Imt s cZay, of which fD is transl. (cf. Aram. |JD c/ay), ace. to Steindorff BAS '■ 599 , who cp. IlrjKoiaiov (mjKos = dirt, mud), cf. Brugsch »"*■ °*» r - 1081ff ) ;— Ez 3 o 15 (® Saw ace), +v", but here Co Toy rd. plausibly |1D, i.e. 1JD= Syene (v. [RD], njlD), ® Si;,w,.— On Pelusium v.Bd K8 ""- 4(1898) ' 169 . fn. ^D n.pr.loc. wilderness between Elim and Sinai, pp-ano, ace. to P, Ex 16 1 17 1 Nu 33 1112 ; ©Sfw, A®LSw; cfEb 882 ' 15611 andesp. Di 151 "- 1 . TD

"P^p n.pr.mont. Sinai; — name of mt. of law-giving in J and esp. P (3"?H in E and esp. D): Ju 5' f 68" Dt 33 s (poem), also Ex 16 1 (P); usu. Tp-in ('JD- Lv 7 38 + ), rarely J, Ex 19 2023 and perh. 34 s4 , elsewh. mostly P, 24 16 3i 18 34 29 - 32 Lv7 38 25 1 27 s4 and 26 46 (H), Nu 3 ' 28 s , also Ne 9 « . ,yp na-ip frp Nu i 19 + ), Ex i 9 1J Lv 7 s8 Nu ,i..9 3 4.» 9 u I0 a 26 64 3 3 i5.i6( all P) ; _i n v iew of these facts, and of E's use of 3"lh (q. v.), it is prob.thatEx 1 9 1118 (inEpassages)are fromR. — © S(c)ti>a. Identif. dub.; local tradition names Jebel Musa, mt. at S. end of peninsular between the two arms of Red Sea, so Rob BB '- 90lr " " ,11B - 12!! cf. Stanley 8lMl " d p,a - ilL al., specif, its N. spur, Mas »S'a^(i/eA;butLepsius Brlefe345ff - 4,6ff Eb G8 "' ,s92ff al. advocate «Sier6a/,,NW. from Jebel Musa(on trad., cf. Eb">- 413ff ) ; v. discussion Di"* 19 - 1 . Against both is the working of Egypt, mines in the penins. as late as the 19th dyn. (v. Eb Q8135 ' 148ff > 159,etc ), involving presence of soldiers there. This, and connex. with Midian (cf. also Ju 5 s ), have led to search for Sinai further NE, near head of Gulf of Akaba, or even in Seir, so Sav Monum. n us«.ft c f.'GFM JU,s ' 6i6 ' 1 and Yakut, cited by Id 179 "■*, also v. Gall A1, '"- KuW<t12 ; on sanctity of mt. v. further RS»™i. nor, *>*«!. mi g m Bel. Gesch. 30

    • TD adj. gent, only c.art.= subst. Gn i o 57

= i Ch i 13 a Canaanite people, in north, © tox 'Acre vvaiov ; cf. city Sidnu, ' on shore of sea,' in As. inscr. D1 F,2S2 , 'S.iwav (ace.) in possession of those holding Lebanon Strabo* 11,28 (v. Di 0n ). tCrp adj. gent. pi. = subst.; 'D fix L,

12 , identif. with Chinese by Thes 948 - 950 De Che 

"""""•al.; but see v. Richthofen "" 1 - 436 '- 504 , rev. by Yule^"" 339 ; Di Du; T. de Lacouperie BOB I .« ff ,m<r. ) who thinks of jg ina> at foot of Hindu Kush, but unlikely; rd. prob. B'JJB (or tTJJD), so Che 1 ""^ 275 -" 4 H "«-, cf. already JDMich. D^D Je 8 7 Qr v. I. DID. tOD^D n.pr.m. (GFM Ju4 ' 2iPA08,lx0898)>160 cp. Hittite names in sira); — 1. general of Jabin, king of Hazor Ju 4 2 + 1 2 t. Ju 4 ; appar. himself king £"***; c f. 1 S 1 2 9 1// 83 10 ;— on 'D v. GFM JU ' I07a = PAO8,c -; © 2( e y<rapa. f2. N l? , '?"'?.i>, returned exiles, Ezr 2 53 =Ne 7 s5 ; @ Saaapad, liaapa, etc. t NyD, NHJ^p n.pr.m. KV'p-ija returned exiles Ne7 47 =Kn5rB _, ?3 Ezr 2"; © Ne Aaovta, X laaovux, A Siaia, ©L Iaxriou; © Ezr 2cor;X, A Ao-aa, ©L luxTia. fi. "VD n.m. Jel - 13 et f. 2K4 ' 38 pot (probably foreign wd. (Egypt. ?), Ar.Jjj a large water-jar Lane 1276 is perh. loan-wd.; on Gk. deriv. crtpos, aipivos, v. Lewy Fre,I " i " 107 );— 'D abs. 2X4"+, cstr. Exi6 3 + ; pi. TITD 3 8 3 , niTD 1 K7 45 +; sf. vriTp EX27 3 , D?"nTp ^58'°;— pot: 1. a. household utensil for boiling 2 K 4 a3, ' fMU ', I'ran 'D Ex i6 3 (P), Zc I4 2 '; rRBJ 'D Je i 13 (cf. nsi; in vision), symbol, of Jerus. Ez 1 1 3711 24 s ' 6 ; fig. also f 58'° (cf. Che); in sim. Mi 3 3 Jb 41 23 Ec7 6 . b. ^!}-i'0yj,6o w my washing-pot, io8 10 . 2. pots used in sanctuary, Ex 27 s 38 s (both P), 1 K 7 40 (rd. niTD for MT nil*?, so Codd. of •§ © 33 Th Ke Klo Kmp Benz), v 45 =2 Ch 4" 16 , 2K25 14 =Je52 18 ,alsoJe52 19 2Ch 3 5 13 Zci4 20 .— Here belongs prob. 'Tip in !TiDn T3, v. p. 92 b. f 11. ["I^D] n.[m.] thorn, hooked.; cf. DTD in Sab. n.pr. Hom ZMQllvla892) ' 532 );— 1. pi. D'TD, thorns, sign of desolation IS34 13 , a barrier H02 8 , on Nai 10 v.p?p]; Tpn nnn 'en i>ip3 Ec fas the sound of thorns (crackling as they burn) under the pot. 2. pi. nlTp hooks Am 4 2 (cf. n3« sub nn; IpiSS; on relation of meanings v. nin , fX). - ["Pit ™D, ni3D v. 11. "JJD. TD^p n.pr.div. Am 5 s6 read prob. Trap, = As. Sakkut (epithet of Adar-Ninip= Saturn), Schr 8K 1874 - 332' coTAm6,2 6j cf Tiele Gesch - 628 Bae*" 239 Rogers =»w- »">•'«• (Vrss Thes al. = n3D ni3D). tni^n PftZD n.pr.div. 2 K 17 30 , As.-Bab. deity, worshipped by Babylonians in Samaria ; text of name corrupt; Scnr 001 *" 1 "*- (after H. Rawlinson) prop. Zir-b&nit, or Zarpanituv, wife of Marduk (cf. Hpt ADd0,MBe,, - > "' 1886 Muss- Arnolt JBLll(1892 >' 167 ) ) rejecting Sakkut-Unutu= Marduk Dl 1 "" 215 ; Jen ZAlT - 352 makesni33 = 6 a w?< M) epithet of IStar ; all doubtful. tO"*3p n.pr.m.pl. a people in army of Shishak ace. to 2 Ch 12 3 (between &yb and D'Eto) ; © TpayXoSvrat, SO 93 ; ®L 2ov X teip.. +1. [^Tp^] VD - overshadow, screen, oover (|| /to I. "p'B> (which is prob. orig., cf. Ar. eli, and Frii 90 ) ; NH T'DH cover, and perh. ^]3D roof over); — Qal Pf only 2 ms. nbp EX40 3 , nn'ap Las 43 - 44 , nnisp V140 8 ; Impf. 3 mpl. »d;i i k 8 7 , sf. ot$d; Jb 4 o 22 ; Pt. act. n?io -JDT2

PD Ez28 ,41 «, pi. D"33bEx25 M +2t,;— 1. screen, cover, usu. e. "?$? of thing covered, i K 8 7 i Ch 28 18 ; +acc. of covering Ex 40 3 (P); +3 of covering 25 2 °37 i, (both P); c. i> of thing covered + 140 8 ; so (+3 instr.) $ |jj)3 '0 La 3" thou hast screened thyself with the clouds; c. ace. JD40 22 lotus-trees, as its shade, screen it; abs. Ez 28 1416 (difficult, text prob. corrupt, Co Toy del. as gloss). 2. reflex, cover oneself ,e |K3 'D L»3 43 thou hast covered (clothed, panoplied) thyself with anger (si vera 1.; cf. v 44 supr.). Hiph. Imp/. 3 ms. $ IflpJ ^ 9I <, 7]D>1 Ex 40 1 + 2 t. ; 2 ms. Tipn ,/, 5 '2 ; > w /. M<r . qpn i S 2 4 4 ; Pt. IJ'DO Ju 3 24 (Ges ie!r );—screen,over, 1. specif, c. Ivfl'nK, i.e. with long garments, euphemism for evacuating the bowels, from posture assumed, so inf. Ju 3 s4 , pt. 1 S 24 4 (cf. NH TPO, and v. GFM, HPS). 2. elsewhere Impf., as Qal (expl. as Qal Ba ZMailm(1889U78 ), c. "72? Ex 40 21 , of protection ^ 5 12 ; c. ? pers. + 3 instr. 91 4 (of protection). Pilp. ?IP3p, denom., v. sub III. ~y&. T^JCTD n.[m.] covering, screen; — abs. 'd 2Si7 19 +nt.; cstr. t]DO Is22 8 +i2t.;— 1. covering, large cloth spread (tjna) over well to hide persons within 2 S 17 19 ; .fig. of protec- tion, or of ' eye-screen, rflVP 'DTIK ?i s } Is 22 s ; screen, of cloud V I0 5 a9 (fens). 2. name given (in P) to each of three screens, of tabern. : a. at gate pW) of court Ex 27 16 35" 3 8' 8 39 40 40 833 Nu 3 26 (nnB), 4* b. at entrance (nriB) of tent Ex 26 3637 35 16 36 s7 39 s9 40 528 Nu 3 2531 4* c. 'BH nj^B (v. 'a), dividing off the Most Holy Place within the tent, Ex 35 12 39 s4 40 2 ' Nu 4 s . T[n5cp] n.f. that with which one is covered, covering; — sf. 1£)3pD Ez 28 13 (so Baer Ginsb ; van d. H. '3DD) all precious stones were thy covering ( = thou wast covered with them) ; — the tradition is strong in favour of Raphe, but sense favours deriv. from "]3D. t ["Sjpitt] n.m. architect, term (si vera 1.) of some covered structure, otherwise unknown ; —only cstr. n3t5>rri]p}D 2 Ki6'» Qr (Kt ^D i.e. ^P , J?) ; — © tok 6entwv rfis KaQcSoas, i.e. ram npra ? f II. ["IDD] vb. weave together (||form of II. ?QV; NH Hiph. TPO we ave, H31D, booth) ; —Qal Pf. 2 ms. sf. 'aapn ^ 139 13 thou didst weave me together in my mother's womb.

L^|PJ fl-fm.] throng (prop, an interwoven 

mass) ; — ^33 "OJW i// 42 s / used to pass along in the throng, so most ; but word dub. T["i|b] n.[m.] thicket, covert, lair ; — only sf. 130 J e 2S 38 lair of under fig. of lion (but Gie toSD c f. 4 7 ), H3D ^ 10 9 of lion (sim. of wicked ; Bae nap ; Lag Che We fcMD) ; 131D 76 s his covert (of' under fig. of lion ; || injiyp) ; for nsp in his covert r 2 7 5 Qr rd. perh., with Kt H3D a booth (01 Hup-Now Bae cf. 3i 21 ). Tn3D n.f. thicket, booth (prop, of inter- woven boughs cf. Ne 8 15 ); — abs. 'd Is i 8 + ; cstr. ri3D Am 9 11 ; sf. insp Jb 36 29 f 18 12 , and so rd. || 2 S 22 12 (for MT ni3D ; De Hup-Now HPS); usu.pl.n3DGn33 17 -ts J113D 2 S 11" + ; — 1. thicket, lurking-place of lions Jb 38 40 (cf. pP] 1). 2. booth, rude or temporary shelter, for cattle Gn 33 17 (J ; distinct fr. 1V3), but also for warriors in the field 2S11" 1 K 2Q i2.i6. f or wa t c bers in vineyards Is I 8 (sim.) Jb 2 7 18 (sim. of frailty), for man's shelter from sun Jon 4 5 , cf. (fig.) Is 4 s jr 31 21 , prob. also 27 s (v. pl'D]) ; poet, of fallen house (dynasty) of David Am 9"; of clouds as (temporary) en- closure (AV ' pavilion ') of' in storm i|c i8 12 = 2 S 22 12 Jb 36 29 . 3. specif, of booths, made of boughs, in which people lived at harvest- feast Lv 2 3 42 - 42 - 43 (H), Ne 8 14161 °' 717 , hence called niSBn an Dt 16 1316 31 10 Lv 23 s4 (P), Zc i 4 "-"«» 2 Ch 8 13 Esr 3 4 . ni3D ig n.pr.loc. ;— 1. nnsp ( n i oc .) Qn 33 1717 (J ; expl. from Jacob's making booths), elsewhere niSp ; — city E. of Jordan Ju 8 s + 6 1. Ju 8, Jos 1 3 s7 (P); prob. also 1 K 7 46 =2 Ch 4 17 (reading nCHK rriaye ford of Adamali, GFM Ju7 ' 22 cf. Buhl Q ' MBr - 206 'Benz 1K7 '"); 'D poj; f 60 8 = 1 08 8 is Jordan-valley near Succoth ; on identif. cf. GFM Ju8 - 6 Buhl 0eoBr - 26 ° GASm 6 ***- "*, and reff. ; ace. to Talm. Der 'alia, 1 m. N. of Jabbok Nbr GfeBrduT,lm - 248 , so S. Merrill =""" Jordaasssff.. @ 2ok X <o0 (2m,wu Gn 33 cf. W). i 2. nn'SD (n loc.) Ex 1 2 37 , elsewh. n'3D ;— first station of Isr. at Exodus, Ex 12 37 13 s0 Nu 33 s - 8 (allP); = Egypt. T'Mm(<)WMM a '- u - ,s '"'- 70 , Thkw Steindorff BA8,fr03 ; on site v. Naville F " 1,om(1885 >• e *' , • »* lirar -Guthe ZPV " ua885) ' 211,f -; © 20**0,0. TljpD n. [m.] protector; — term, techn. of structure shielding stormers of city (Lat. tes- tudo) 'BH Na 2 6 ; © rat npoQvXanas airdf. Ad

nho tn^D n.pr.m. in Judah i Ch 2 30 - 30 , ® 2aXa8, ®L 2aXf8. •fl. [71 7D] vb. make light of, toss aside (cf. As. said, throw off, shake off (yoke) Dl 600 ; Ar. Ju>, iL: is be forgetful, neglectful Lane 14 "; Aram. K?D despise, JLe reject) ; — Qal /*/. 2 ms. ITpp ^ 1 19 118 f/ioti dost make light of all those that err from thy statutes. — Cf. also p?D infr. Pi. intens. Pf. 3 ms. i"l?D La 1 16 Adonay hath flouted at my mighty ones. f II. [J"7/D] vb. weigh, balance (|| form of abo q.v.); — Pu. Impf. 3 fs. Droa t$0JJPl6 Jb 28 16 it cannot be weighed against (estimated in) gold of Ophir, cf. v". nbd v. bba. T1 vO n.pi'.m. a priest, Zerub.'s time, ace. to Ne I2 7 (@L 2aXov«i), = S 2Q v 20 (@L 2aovai ; om. BA in both). tW7D n.pr.m. a Simeonite Nu 25 14 , © 2aX/ia>e, A 2aX<a, ®L 2aXa>jx. t Nl 7p n.pr.m. a post-exil. Benjamite 1 Ch 9 7 (@ 2aXo.^, A 2aXa>) = «o Ne 1 1 7 (® 2i,Xc U) @L Sapaa). t[V"l vD], T?D n.m.brier(/unknown); — ■VNDD fi^D Ez 28 24 a pricking brier (fig. of national distress ; || 3N310 ftp); pi. D^p 2 6 ( + D'3"1D ; Co [after Vrss] Berthol [not Toy] rd. (T"11N) Dybl D'PID resisting and desjrising thee; 'bb is then iY from I. n^D). "hVo n.pr.m. 1. Ne I2 20 =^P q.v. 2. ^D a Benjamite Ne n 8 , ® 2^X f ( f )t. t[rl/D] vb. forgive, pardon ($ n^D «£, NH nPr6p forgiveness) ;— Qal P/. 2 ms. nnpp Ex 34 9 + 9 t., J?n)p La 3 42 +2 t.; 1 s. ""?!>? Nu i4 w +2 t.; Impf. 3 ms. nbo^ 3 o 6 + 4t.; 1 s. nbDK Jesi^+st. +5 7 Qr(Kt ni^DS); 7»m>. n ? p Nui4"Amf; nr6p Dn 9 19 ; Inf. rfrp Dt 29 19 2 K 2 4 4 ; ni^D Is 55 7 ; P«. ac<. pjfc if 103 3 ; — forgive, pardon, always of God : abs. Nui4 M (J), iK8 30 - 39 =2Ch6 21 - 30 , 2K2 4 4 Is55 7 Am 7 2 La 3 42 Dn 9 19 ; c. ?, of the sin Ex 34" Nu i 4 19 (both J), Jest 3 ^^ 3 *^ 11 i°3 3 1K8 3436 = 2 Ch 6 2 " 7 , 2 Ch 7 14 ; + ?, of sinner Dt 29 19 1 K

50 = 2 Ch 6 39 , 2 K 5 181 " Je 5 17 50 20 , and in law, 

Nu 30 6913 (P). OTph. Pf. 3 ms. n^p? , c. b, term, techn. in code of P, it shall be forgiven him b Lv4 2iui - 3S 5'»' 3 ' 619M 19 22 Nu 15 2 "; <A«m B># Lv 4 20 Nu 1 5 s4 ; '131 **!£??£ v :6 . t PI T D adj. ready to forgive, forgiving; — 'Dl 31dViS nriK f 86 5 thou Lord art kind and forgiving. tnn" , 7D n.f. forgiveness (late; on format, v. Ko" 1 ' 197 ); — 'D V'iso 4 ; pi. abstr. intens. abundant forgiveness, Dirvpp Ne 9 17 , flinpp Dn 9 9 . ti7-?D n.pr.loc. city on E. border of Bashan,' Dt 3 10 Jos 12 5 13" (all D), 1 Ch 5"; = Nab.ir£* (Lzb 358 Cook 101 ), mod. Salhad, Sarhad, on S. spur of Jebel Hauran, c. 63 m. due E. of Jordan ; cf. Buhl ■"■» *» Dr D ' 8 ' 10 ; ® 2«Xx<i, EX^n, etc. (2 lost often after ?u>s). fl. [77D] vb. lift up, cast up (NH ^P^p esteem highly, b^OpO loftiness, distinction; D?!D ladder; £«$» id.; MI 26 n^DJD highway; Ph. nzbostair(1) Lzb 329 ; As. sellu, sillu, perh. 6rea««- works D1 HWB501 ; Ar. j-2 is draw out, forth Lane 1395 =-'??', but 'jl ladder (a loan-wd. ace. to Schwally ZM01 " 1(1899) ' 197 ), cf. obo ; v . also frry, siege-wall, Egypt, loan-word from fypb ace. to WMM A '° ■*•"•!»');_ Qal Impf. ^DJl Jl > i9 12 30 12 ; 7m«. mpl. &D Is 57" + 4 t.; sf. mb Je5o 26 (cf. nbp); Pt. pass. nW>D Je 18 15 ; f&D Pr 15 19 ;— 1. casi wp a highway: nppp 'D Is 62 1010 , with- out obj. Is 57 1414 , tffio *b TTft Je 18 15 ; fig. of path of upright Pr 1 5 19 . 2. cast up a way : Til, c - ^V against, Jb 19 12 (of besieger, in fig.), ms Jb 30 12 (of besetting foe); Bab. as a heap of garbage Jeso 26 . 3. lift up (asong) ^6& i , c. b pers. (|| T^ntST; most as 1). Pilp. Imv. sf. n^ppp Pr 4 8 exalt her (i.e.Wisdom), i.e. (cf. Toy) esteem highly, prize. Hithp. Pt. ?.?wpD Ex 9 17 (J) exalt oneself, c. 3 against (denom. from nbbb ace. to Gerber 52 );' cf. Ecclus 39 s4 40 28 . tn7D vb. lift up (voices in tfayb 1*ro), or exalt Od^pi') (Am of b^p (cf. Pr4 8 < ^68 5 ; n^D fi^an 9 17 , v. 'an), properly np'D, npp poss. Qr = n?3, Hexapla o-tX; but cf. nin Ew 544 Kb 111 - 839 ; ® Sym Theod Smf «Xf.a, expl. Suidas /itXous ivuWayr) ; Theodoret Hippolytus /ic'Xow ficrafloKi] (cf. Hexapla Hb 3 3 /ifrafioXfi Sia^dXr*D

vho fiaros ; Syr. Hexapla Aq. tWWIJ* in 5 W. Fieid in ^38 1S ); © adds 8ia/«rX/ia, e.g. 2 2 34" 94 15 , after final editing of Heb. Psalter ; so Psalms of Sol. 17 31 18 10 on same principles as in MT ; used therefore with full knowledge that it indicated some kind of interruption or change in the regular rendering. ni?D is used in mcs roiDB> after Benedictions 3, 18, and after other early Jewish prayers, shewing knowledge, c. 100 A.D.; Aq. gives dd (Theod. also ty 9 17 ); Sexta Sianavros (except 20 4 tit T«'Xor) ; Quinta eh roi/s tdSwas ; Jer. semper, % usu. vxhyb, ?d?yb; but 39 s tmby «ro, 44* jvby -vbvb, 48" ?zbv vbv ^V> 49 14 ™~* vtchihi uniform tradition best expl. by closing contents of the Benedictions, D^iyn 1f E&iyno. So Jer. classes sela with amen and salom; and Jacob of Edessa in Bar Hebr. io 1 cp. Christian Amen of the people after Gloria}; — this interpr. agrees with usage : 7 1 t. in 39 ^i/c, 3 t. Hb 3 (taken from Minor Psalter mxh, v. PlVJ); it occurs at end of 3" 24'° 46 12 (om. ©), 9 21 (® combines 9 and 10); elsewh. at close of strophe, 3 s ' 5 4 s - 5 7" g" 24 s 32 45 - 7 39 6J2 46" 47 s 48* 49 13 (so rd. MT v" by error) v 16 50 6 ga M 54 s 59 614 61 5 62 s - 8 66 4715 67 s 68 20 76 410 77 410 - 16 81 8 82 s 83 s 84 6 - 9 g 8 8.n g 9 3s.« I40 4.6.9 I43 6 ; or wnere citations have been made, 44" 55 s 57 7 60 6 67 2 68 833 89 s Hb3 3!> ; or where extracts might be made for liturgical purposes, 20 4 21 3 55 20 75 4 85 s1 8f e 89"; so 57 3 (® for MT v 4 ) Hb 3 18 .— Of ^ c. npD, 23 used in Elohistic Psalter, 28 in Direc- tor's Psalter, 39 in final editing of Psalter. These editors found it in earlier Psalters. Davidic Psalter uses 20 of them, so few in proportion that it is not characteristic of this Psalter ; but Korahite 9 (out of 1 2), and Asaph 7 + 80 8 [®] (prob. 8 out of 12); appar. it came into use in time of these editors. In Director's Psalter musical terms are added to 1 9 of the 28 it uses (and only to ten others, of which some could hardly use TVD); V'^ with rpD all (except 61, 81) name the kind of ^ in title: 3 Drop, 7 brs'B-D, IO TP, 26 (2 7)others*to]P, Hb 3 H?En ; 'D is esp. frequent with "VE* and b'S^D, terms associated with musical rendering. It prob. came into use in late Persian period in connexion with ^ used with musical ac- companiment in public worship, to indicate place of benedictions. It was not added by later editors to other psalms ; but was revived in first century B.C., and continued in use for some time (v. Jacob a¥ ""~ 11 " Br JBLI9M EC Britrffs Am ' J ' 8em ' L, ° l! ' Oo1 ' 1E99 ' 1 ' ) irnb'O n.f. mound; — 'D 2S20 15 +7t.; H^iD Dnn 15 ; pi. nbbb Je 3 2 54 33 4 .— 'D ^f T'yn-t'y cast up mound against the city, besieging it, 2 K 19 32 = Is 37 s3 , Je 6 6 Ez 4 2 26 8 ;

S 20 13 (error for ^y) ; without Tyn bv Ez 1 7 17 

2 1 27 Dn 1 1 13 ; without vb. Je 32" 33 4 . t D^D n.m. ladder ;— Gn 28 12 (E). tpfvDO n.f. highway; — '» Is n 16 +i2t.; cstr. n^DD Is7 3 + 3 t.; sf. ST^DV Jo 2 8 ; pi. ni-ipp Is 33 8 +5 t.; sf. 'O^DD Is 49"; Dni^DD Ju 5 20 Is 59 7 ; — raised way, highway, public road (never of street in city) Nu 20 19 Ju 20 31 - 32,43 2 1 " 1 S 6 12 2 S 20 12 ' 12 " 2 K 1 8 17 = Is 3 6 2 , 1 Ch 2 6 1618 Is 7 3 1 1 16 19 23 33 8 49" 59 7 Je 31 21 ; '» T#» Is 40 3 ; 'd ^D Is62 10 ; in a fig. sense, of the courses of the stars Ju 5 C0 ; the march of locusts Jo 2 8 ; the conduct of the upright Pr i6' 7 ; of the ascents to Zion in the mind of the pious f 84" (® : Bae rds. n*6yo).— In 2 Ch 9 11 TYli>DO is error for (ni )1V01p of || 1 K io 12 . t?1">pa n.m. highway;— Is 3 5 8 (foil, ■pil corrupt ; ® 6d6s Kadapd). II. 77D (./of foil.; cf. NH h$Q plait, curl hair ; NH bo, X vfo, Talm. wfcff, Syr. JL», Chr Pal Aram. JLo, all=6aste; Ar. J-i, III prob. loan-wd. Fra 76 '-; cf. Schwally 1 "' '- 63 ). t?D n.m. Gn «■ 16 basket ;— 'D abs. Gn 4 o 17 + ; cstr. Ex 2 9 23 + ; pi. D'b Gn 4 o 18 ; cstr. *W v 16 ; — basket Gn 40 16171718 (E), Ju6 19 ; Ex zo 8 - 8 - 28 - 32 Lv 8 2 - 2631 Nu 6 151719 . t[n^pVp] n.[f.] basket ace. to ©93 AV RV; but prob. shoot, branch Ew Hi Gf Gie al.; only pi. abs. TJffa! (rd. prob. T) ft ^ rihobg-by Je 6 9 . J^/D (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. ill cleave, split, ii-. cleft, fissure, Lane ,406 , hence ivD split, jagged cliff, crag, oft. isolated (split off) rock (cf. Wetzst Do " 3 ' m - m ' *° d Mp - ZAW '" (1883, ' OT ) ; then of smaller fragments, NH y?D rock, stone, also scale (of serpent), weight (in trade) ; Aram. NypD specif, weight for coin ; Nab. y?D, a coin Lzb 329 Cook 85 ). I. ?hp n.m. Ju620 crag, cliff, synon.lW;— abs. 'D Ju 6 W + , j6d Nu 20'°+ ; cstr. l&D i S y'rD

s8 ; sf.^P 2 S22 2 +, ^P IS31 9 ; pl.D"$P 

Is 2 2l + ;— 1. lit. cliff, crag Ju 6 20 Is 2 s1 7 19 Am6 12 Nu2o 8 - 81010n (cf. Ne9 15 V^ 16 , andcontr. the TW of Ex 1 7 6 ), Nu 24" Dt 32 13 (not elsewh. Hex), + 10 t. ; 'Dn |B> 1 S 14" tooth of the crag, i.e. sharp crag, so Jb 39 s8 ; excav. in cliff as place of burial Is22 16 ; abode of wild animals, 'D-'hl- v 1 , cf. + 104 18 Pr 3 o M , of birds Jb 39 s8 Ct2 u ' (in fig.), cf. .J erf™, so of Edom Ob b = Je49 16 ; cf. (Nu 24 21 supr. and) Is 42"; par- ticular cliffs are : DB^ 'D J u 15 811 cf. v 13 , pei(n) 'd 2 o 45 - 47 - 47 2i 13T nipi5ni3n 'o 1 S23 28 cf. v 25 ; v. also n. J^D. fa. fig., esp. "$0 of '1 (only ++), V'i8 3 =2S22 2 , ^ 3 i 4 42 10 7i 3 ; of As.godIs3i 9 (prob.; cf."Wf Dt32 3137 ); TSfO^J Is 32 2 (sim. of protecting care); fig. of security V' 40 3 (feet on cliff), 1355?!? D-ybt? nnSB Is 33 16 ; symb. of obstinacy 'DO B»J»JB ^li Je 5 3 ; 'D rflVf (bare cliff, lit. glare of [the] cliff), in fig. of openness, flagrancy Ez 24 78 , of razed city 26 414 (only here Ez); in fig. of fall of Bab. Je 51 25 . ■(■11. yh5 n.pr.loc. in Edom, 'G>nB J u i»«  (del. B, cf. GFM); 'BH captured in war 2 K 14 7 (and called ^"? T ) ; 'B» Is 16'; site dub.; old identif. with Petra denied, plausibly, by Buhl Edom q FM jui.36 ( wl]0 thinks of an actual ch ^ t but held Benz 2K14 - 7 Bd F * 1(,899, ' M ; © (v) nirpa. TCJOD a.m. an edible, winged, locust(NH id.; swallower, consumer, cf. X D^pP swallow up, destroy; Ar. uJLilL vb. swallow, Kb" 1,40 *); — Lv 11 s2 ( + H3-1«, bi-m, 33Pt). -pD $? vb. twist, pervert, overturn (X *)?? twist (rare); Ar. i_ol~. is pass, pass away, come to naught Lane 1407 '); — Pi. Impf. 3 ms. ^P? Jbi2 19 +2 t., si.e'D'jl Pr22 12 ; 3 fs. *fea* Pr 13 6 19 3 ; Ft. 'l.FpB Pr 21 12 ; — 1. pervert, Ex 23 s (E) a bribe perverteth the case (cause, TIP-'!) of righteous, = Dt 16". 3. subvert, turn upside down, ruin (only WisdLt) : c. ace. pers. Jbi2 19 Pri3 6 (opp. ijfn), 21 12 ; 'n rn« rb)tx ^~y[ 19 s a man's folly subverteth his way; -133 *$?] cj^DM 22 12 and he ('») subverteth the affairs of a treacherous man. Tr) ; p n.m. Frll - 3Qr crookedness, crooked dealing: — 'D abs. Pr 15 4 (of tongue); cstr. DHJ'a'D 11 3 .

[p , D] vb. ascend (loan-word from Aram. 

P^P, «sL ; Palm, pbo id., Lzb 329 Cook 85 ; NH p7D Pi. remove; Ar. jLl ascend, Lane 1410 (also loan-word f)); — only Qal Impf. 1 s. ppX ty 139* if I ascend to heaven (D^BB*), thou art there (on form, = *pi>pK, v. Ges» M « Ko L301 Kau* 44 ). nS6 M n.f. Lr2 - ls (cf. on gender Albrecht ZAW.vUl.S6MW) fi^ flQur ( @ o^-JoX,^ $ „ TO l7a) (NH W.; Aram. KT>|flD; Ar. ill a kind of barley without husks Lane 140 '; As. sillatu, or sillatu, a kind of grain(?) Meissner-Rost BASllL361 ; also tultd, turuti, flour, as loan-word in Egypt., Bondi 84 WMM*"' te101 );- abs. 'd Gn i8 6 + , cstr. 'D Ex 29 9 + ; sf. anpp Lv 2-;— fine flour, used in king's household 1 K 5 2 (|| n Pp), for honoured guests 'D 1"IB£ Gn 18 6 (J), a sah of it sold for a shekel in time of scarcity 2 K ■7 116 -' 8 (v. Benz); luxurious food Ez 16 1319 (of Jerus. under fig. of woman); elsewh. only in offerings Ez 46" 1 Ch 9 19 2 3 2 ', and P ; D'an 'D Ex 2 9 2 , '0 v 40 , Lv 2 1 + 13 1. Lv., Nu 6 ,5 + 26 1. Nu. DD v. DDD.

133 "iSttp n.pr.m. p.n officer of Nebuchad. 

ace. to MT Je 3 9 3 = (assumed) Sumgir Nabu (Schr C0T ), but prob. text, err.; Gie (plausibly) takes "IJBD as crpt. dittogr. of JD 31, and joins oj to foil., D^Dnbnna = (a^aj, cf. v 13 and ® ,apay<t)6 (Sapaya8, ^apayap, etc.) (tai Naftovtraxap. ^[TTODt], also -nQD, *rn» n.m. ct7 - 13 blossom of grape (just at flowering Duval * u

  • o»).s27ff. NHfrfgj . Aram.-nBD, J»fai», Mand.

XTIND'D No"'™);— alw. abs.'D, on'lyCt: rj"?33n ■VTOD 2 13 <7i« w'ues ar« (all) blossom; D*0"13 -n_BD v 15 (on bold predicate cf. Ges iMi ); rtna "HBpn 7 13 the blossom lias opened (its buds). T|QD vb. lean, lay, rest, support (NH id.; Ph. in n.pr. Lzb 317 ' 329 ; Aram.^lPP, ■ . -^ ~ ; also Eth. (rtrmh:) fifl"»h; cause to lean upon, etc. Di 335 ; Ar. aJU-D is be high, ascend, raise, uplift, al.T., roo/) ; — Qal 41 i 5 /. 3 ms. 'd Dt34 9 EZ24 2 , Ijopi. consec. Am5 18 + ; 3 fs. naop ^,88 8 , sf. innpop i s 59^ ^npop 63 s , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 'Hfcp?! Lv8 14 NU27 23 , sf 'JrDp^ 6 , etc.; /mt). ms. sf. ^SBD /> 1 19 116 ; P<. act. ^BiD Is 63*4-3 t.; pi. cstr. 'JBD Ez 30 6 1|/ 54 s ; f>ass. fB9 Is26 3 V'H2 8 ; pl/D'pttJD in 8 ;— 1. a. lean or lay hand upon ("??): Am 5 19 ; elsewh. in sacred rite : on head of sacrif. victim, as those who share in sacrif., Ex 29 1015 - 19 Lv i 4 4- 12 t.Lv,Nu8 12 (allP), 2CI129 23 ; so of Levites, UTOCD

H3D presented to Nil 8 10 (P); on head of blasphemer Lv 24 14 (P; as witnesses of his guilt); on head of Joshua in consecration (Moses subj.) Nu 27 18 - 23 Dt34 9 (nil P). b. intrans. ^ 88 8 thy wrath hath rested upon me ( vV) ; also 'HPp ~?H ?33~!]7p Ez 24 s hath leaned against, rested his weight upon, Jerusalem, i.e. invested (Toy), begun the siege of it. +2. support, uphold, sustain, only fig.: c. 2 ace. Gn27 37 (J) with corn and must have I sustained him, provided sustenance for hira, cf. (of) V'S 1 ' 4 ! uphold Egypt Ez 30 6 ; abs. Is 63 s ; esp. of ^ upholding, sustaining Is 59 16 63 s i/' 3* 37 1724 54 6 (on 3 es- sentiae v. Ges' 1191 , 3 supr. 7 a), 1 19 116 145"; so pt. pass. |iii g they are sustained, i.e. main- tained (s commands), 13? ^Op 1 1 2 9 his heart is sustained, firm, and so '0 "WJ Is 26 s . tWiph. Pf. 1 s. 'MS©? ^7 1 6 ; 3 pi. ttOBJ I848 2 ; Imp/, V8& 2 K 1 8 21 Is 36", 'qOEi?! Ju 1 o 29 ; 3 mpl. ^OB^l 2 Ch 32 s ; — reflex, support, or brace oneself, also c. "7? : Ju 1 6 M and he braced himself against (upon) them (the pillars); 2K 18 21 (if) a man support himself on it (Egypt as a cracked reed) = Is 36 s ; on cheering words 2CI132 8 ; on God Is 4 8 2 ^ 7 1 6 . tPi. Imv. mpl. sf. + 3 instr.: ♦JOttO Ct 2 5 sustain (refresh, revive) me with raisin-cakes. tirrODD n.pr.m. (cf. Gray PropN - 294 ' No "; = hath sustained}; — Korahite name 1 Ch 26? ; © 2a/3^(in, A©L 2afiax'a(s). TirTCQP"] n.pr.m. ('< sustaineth, butperh. rd. 'DD T .is foreg. Gray Pro * N - 29, ' N °'* 6,) ); — Levite name 2 Ch 3 1 13 ; ® 2a/xn^(f )ia. T70D n.m. E ' 8 ' 5 perh. orig. n.pr.div., then gen. image, statue (Ph. 7J0D id., f. riPDD, Lzb 151 - 329 , also n7DD:B Id 329 ; Bau"" 11 - 88 under- stands 'd to be design, of foreign god) ; — abs. '»n 2 Ch 33 716 , 70D Dt 4"; cstr. 70D Ez 8 36 ;— image, figure of anything, 'D"73 rWOn PDS Dt 4 18 ; idi.l-image 'BH 7DB 2 Ch 33 7 and (?D3 om.) v 15 ; nN3pn ?ED Ez8 3 </<« sta<tte of jealousy, i.e. that routes s jealousy, =v 6 . DuD (v/of foil.; meaning dub.; if akin to Ar. Li, smell Lane 1593 , ^ . ,z 1 any fragrant plant Id ' 5M , then D must be for t? ; in that case '0 perh. loan-word in Heb.; NH id., spice, drug (Ecclus'B'38 4,n ); Aram. NBp id.; [-am drug, pigment; Ar. S* poison is appar. loan-word Era 262 ). r [Dp] n.m. spice, used in incense ; — only pi. abs. D'BD, and only P Ch; Ex 30 s434 , elsewh. D , BD(n) nibp incense of spices 25 s 4- 8 t. Ex, Lv 4 7 i6 ,2 Nu 4 16 2 Ch2 3 13". tJDD vb. whence Niph. Pt. ?OD3 Is 28 s5 (si vera 1.) barley in an appointed place, or a determined portion (cf. Ges Hi De al.), but '} lacking in © and plausibly taken as dittogr. for J1DD3 bv We Fro,,417: Gesch - ■"• '• * 09 Che Comm ' * nd Hpt ' Du; cf. Bid Gu 1 ". HDD vb. bristle up (Lag™ 106 cp. Ar. yjL contract; in that ease 'd for 'c) ; — Qal Pf. 3ms.n?'3 Tnnso 'D f 1 1 9 W from fear of thee did my flesh bristle up, ' creep.' Pi. Impf. n'ca nTjfe> -nspn jb 4 13 . t~1)DD adj. bristling, rough; — '0 py Je 5 1 27 bristling locust, perh. with allusion to horn- like sheaths enclosing wings of the pupa, v. Dr Joel.ndAmo.,58 ( Qn f orn]at c f. Lag BS51 ). t ["iTppp] n.m. Ecl2 ' n nail (connexion with above -/dub.; % T)DDO, ChrPal Aram. U '■"*> ■*• Schwally 63122 ; NH vb. 1CD nail on or up; Ar *l *.* ; is perh. loan-word Fra 89 ),; — pi. abs. D'HDpp Is 4 1 7 , D'HtDDD 1 Ch 2 2 3 (of iron ; on _ v. Ges' 86 '); also ' nriODp J e io 4 ( + ni3i3D), D'jntM nnpbp, Ec 12 11 (sim.; +rrt£lT^j, and ni-itppp 2 Ch 3 9 (of gold). tnWD appar. n.pr.m. 'D »$ Ezr 2 35 = Ne 7 s8 , 'KJ »J| Ne 3 3 ; © 2nai/a, 2a«™a(T), etc., ® L 2 f waa ; M ey Jud< "" h - 15 °- 154 rds. HK:D ('p for V, cf. nK13p) = so?iso/</ie /taterf (rejected) woman, i.e. the poorer classes of Jerusalem.

0%3D (so Baer; vand. H. Ginsb B^P) 

n.pr.m. leader of Samaritan opponents of Nehemiah: Ne 2 1019 3 33 4 1 6 12 ' 51214 13 28 ; (Bab., =Sin-uballit, Sin gave life Schr 00TN ' 2 ' 10 ). tn^D n.m. K " 3,2 a thorny bush, perh. black- berry bush (cf. Lbw No ' 219 ; rubus fruticosus Linn.; Aram. N'?P, Uiflo thorn-bush, As. sind, Meissner ZA,l ' 293 &?ac&6m - 3/6wsA(M. thinks Aram. 'D loan-word from this); Ar. 1°: '., senna, Lane 1449 );— abs. "D Ex 3 2 - 2 - 4 , TOD v 2 - 3 (all E) Dt33 16 (akin to E). TriDD n.pr.rup. (= thorny, cf. GASm oeop.2ao^HPS* dloc );— a cliff opp. the cliff called fSiS, 1 S 14 4 (Ginsb as here; Baer n3D, van d. H. H3p) ; © ?.(vvaap. mroD ' tn^ljp n.pr.m. (but v. nwp) ;-_'Drrj3 Ne 1 1 9 (® Atrava, ©L Aocwa), TMSBTTfa j Ch g 7 (@ Aiwa, A Aaavova, ©L iucmi). TC'TOp n.[m.]pl. intens. vel abstr. (Sta l324b ) sudden blindness (etym. dub.; der. fr. "M highly improb., whether antiphr. Wetzst -***■'" Kb" 1 **, or fr. dazzling, cf. 'flimmern ' Hoffin*** »<«&«; but also view of Hal 1 """- 66 deriv. fr. V13D cover with a skin, i.e. produce film, over, lacks demonstration ; at present we must be content with assuming quadrilit. a/, Thes Sta* 243 );— 'D3 XX) Gn 19" (J) they smote the men with sudden blindness, cf. 2 K 6 1818 (all cases miraculous, and in K temporary). ' ^ro'D n.pr.m. Sennacherib (=Sin- ahe-irba,Sin multiplied brothers, Schr COT2KIIU3 ); —son of Sargon and father of Esarhaddon, king of Assyria (b. c. 705-681; cf. Tiele Cach. 285 ff.). 2Klgl3 I9 16.20.36 = J S36 1 gjlMW

Ch32'- 2 - 910 - 22 (all as above, exc.3"irup 2 K 19 20 ); 

© SfWajgqprtp, ©L 2cvva X ftpi ip ; Seva X np^os JoS •; Samxdppov (ace.) Herodot. 11, m , !"72D v. fi3D-mp. n ??-D n.pr.loc. in S. Judah;— Jos 15", ® SfOtpuaK, A Savaawa, ®L 2«»a/c; prob.= npiD -ixn I9 * D<piD"lXn 1 Ch 4 31 ; conj. on loc. (near Gaza), v. in Di* ilM ' Buhl "**- m and reff. (Simsum, NE. of Gaza, cp. by J. Schwarz DMlwllta - i«d<»* n van d. Velde**"', is too far north). ttD , 2p:p] n.[m.]pl. fruit-stalk of date (Low" 119 ) (Aram, loan-word fr. |?~.A PS 26 " racemus dactylorum, cf. As. sissinnu, part of the date-palm DI 507 );— sf. V|p3p3 fttnk Ct f. f"VB2P n.[m.] fin (NH id.; quadrilit. ace. to Sta* 243 ; Fl in Levy NHWBl "™* cp. Aram. piBDp points, nails, and der. this fr. "1BD vb. nail, with infixed fi (Levy ohWB "- 570b ));— Lv n 91012 =Dti4 910 . tDD n.m. moth (X KDD, Syr. la^ ; As. sdsu, D1 HWBK «; Ar. J^L, IZjL; Eth. <J4; Tlies Lag A ™- s '" d » 2262 cp. Armen. 2ez=Gk. rfc, wh. is der. fr. DD by Bo Hleroz - '"• m Lewy Fremdw - ,6 ') ; — Dp Dbx 1 1»S31 Is 5 1 8 . TVOwD n.pr.m. name in Judah (on Ph. n. pr. div. (')DDD v. Lzb 330 Ren in CIS 1 -" - 95 - 3 ■"• Bae itei. M t Kit ich4 4o ' D j Ch 40b h DDD w ..

nejno 

tTfJ/D vb. support, sustain, stay (NH id., esp. take a meal; Aram. "IJJp support, stay; Zinj. njJD strengthen Lzb 330 , support, pevh.feed Cook 85 ; ChrPalAram. n. Jjo,j*aj ai'rf, Schwally

; Ar. Xx-1, j*. hi, iv. aid, assist, 

Lane 1360 , icUL/wearm Id 1362 ; Sab. nyD DHM B^-Ai..p.i6)._ QalP/ 3mg n j,p, consec p r2o5S; mp/ 3 ms. TTD? 3 f g . 8 f. 'JnVDn ^rS 39 , rd. also in H2S22 36 , etc.; Imv. ms. 1VD J u 19 5 (on _ prob. 5, by err., v. K6 126It GFM lldl ° c ), te-qjo v 8 (cf. id.), rnyci i K 13 7 ; B f. ^vp V'l^" 7 ; Tra/ cstr. sf. nigpiN I s 96;— support, sustain alw. fig.: 1. sustain, stay, the heart (cf. 33> 8, 3) 8), with food Gn 18 5 (J), Ju 19 5 (c 2 ace), v 8 , ^ 104 15 ; obj. om. 1 K 13 7 . 2. a. s!<£port throne (subj. kg.) Pr 20 28 , coming ruler Is g*. b. support, uphold c. ace. pers. (subj. "», his hand etc.) + 18 36 + || 2 S 22 s6 (v supr.), f 20 3 41 4 94 18 119I' 7 . t "O^DO n.[m.] support;— abs. 'D i K io 12 ; precise meaning unintelligible. tpTJPp] vb. (dub.) rush, of storm-wind (cf. Ar. ^JL (andjjt-,), go quickly, run, be energetic; Syr. k&» make an attack upon); — Qal Pt. is. nyb rPHD f $£ from rushing wind (and) from tempest pj?p) ; Hup (not Now) Gr Dy HDID or TOD. ^J^/D (-/of foil.; appar. = cleave, divide; cf. perh. Ar. <_iXl, of hand, become cracked around nailsetc, Lane 1364 ,i_lC palm-branches withleaves on them, Id 1365 ; Ba ES56 GFM JulM cp. Lii cfejft, (forked) branch, cf. Buhl Lex,s ). tt^p] n.[m.] 1. eleft. 2. branch;— 1. cleft of a crag, cstr. 5>bp epyp J u X g«dJj p i. cstr. c^pn ^sypaii i s 2 21 ; Ian ^yp 57 s . 2. branches, boughs, pi. cstr. nj"l'3n 'BJ)D I s iy 6 (so divide, Hi Kn Di Dr Sml " Du al.) </w boughs of the fruit-tree; sf. n*B'JfD 2 7 10 (of ruined city; cf. ^I^i? v"). T[nEirp] n.f. bough, branch;— pi. sf. vn'ayp Ez 31" (of king under fig. of cedar). t I -[ r l^p] v ' J -I , i.denom.lopoff boughs;— Ft. .T1K3 fl)?p» Is io 33 '■> . . . s//a?Z Zop o/f (the) crowu of branches. TfTBSnD n.f. bough (with infixed ", cf. Ges S86w , astransition-cons.Ko lu ' ,,7:! : cf.BAram., Kau !K F. Selle 08 * 1 ' 1 " 1 '" 1 '' 1 ' 11 '- 1 ' 1 **- 17 ) • pi. gf f]VD

-iDcn PJ"Byip Ez 31 5 (of Pharaoh under fig. of tree, ci. Co Berthol Toy). tn. [rVD] (Kb 11106 ) adj. divided, half- hearted ; — pi. abs. as subst., in religious sense, 'm& D"B5?p ^ 1 1 9 113 half-Jiearted ones do I hate. I [nsyp] n.f. division, divided opinion; — pi. abs. CSypn W^y 1 K 18" how long are ye limping on the two divided opinions (as on unequal legs ; © rats lyvvats seems an attempt to interpret the fig.; ace. to Albrecht ZAW, " 0896)76 'D really = legs). t[~l^D] vb. storm, rage (Ecclus. lyD Hiph. 47 17 move tempestuously; '"QV? storm- toind 43 17 48 s ; NH Pi. stir up, blow, rnyp storm-wind; =11. "VP&, but relation obscure; As. sdru, wind, favours originality of '{?, but this only late in Heb., and for 'd Frii 199 cp. Ar. jLl kindle fire, excite, inflame, be vehemently hungry and thirsty, be mad, i?isane, etc. Lane m2 );— Qal Impf. 3 mpl. fig... V^D? Hb 3 14 they [my foes] storm along to scatter me ; Pt. act. iyb Jon 1 " the sea was growing more and more stormy, so v 13 ( + D^vSj); f. 'T]5)b Is 54 11 storm- tossed (fig. of Jerusalem). Niph. Impf. 3 ms. iyp>1 2 K 6" and the heart of the king . ..was enraged because of ("?5?) this thing. Pi. Impf. 1 s. sf. "^>y D"!5!pS) Zc 7" (on form v. Ges H23h,S2n ) and storm tliem away (hurl them by a storm-wind) upon the nations. Po. Impf. 3 ms. "$& flXf Ho 1 3 3 shall be like cluxff (which) is storm-driven from a threshing-floor. t-ft'D n.m.

tempest; — abs. 'd Ami" 

+ 5 t-; TJg t- 55°; Pi- sf. TW 8 3 16 ;— tempest, esp. fig.: of passionate acts of men, HVD nilD lyDD yj, 5g 9 ('Dtp here awkward, without 1) ; of '<'s wrath Je23 u (^WlD 'D), cf. 25 s2 30 53 ; tempest as instr. of '»'s wrath, ^ 83" (|| flMD) ; v. also HDID trt'S nypa Am i M and Jo i 412 . Tmj'p n.f. tempest, storm-wind; — abs. ■Tiyp Is 29 s + (so also 2K2 111 Ginsb; Baer rnyp); cstr. rnyp j e 23" 30 23 ; pi. nnyp Ez

3" 13 ; cstr. ni">J)D Zc9 14 ; — tempest, storm-wind, 

as instr. of 's wrath, Is 29" ( + ri3?D), cf. 40 24 41", also ni">yp nn Ez 13" 18 (against nation under fig. of wall); storm-wind of Elijuh's translation 2 K 2 1 "; of theophany Ez i 4 (nvi rnyD), Jb 38 1 40 6 , and tyR JTinyp ZC9 14 ; '" rnjjD as fig. of s wrath Je 23 19 30 23 ; of ordinary tempests only in late tyf : n"iyp m 10 7 s5 148 8 , 'D opp. nDD'l 107 29 . , 11, in. f]D v. f)QD. KSD (/of foil.; cf. NH N?p, -DD give to eat, % 'BD id. ; perh. Palm. KSD /eed, nourish, Lzb 330 Cook 85 ). t NiEp73 n.m. Gn 24 - ■ fodder ;— alw. abs. 'D, Gn 24* elsewhere obj. of 1TJJ v 32 43 s4 (all J) 42 s7 (E) Ju 19 19 . tp3D] vb. wail, lament (NH id.; % IE©, ChrPalAram. Am id., Schwally™"*- 64 ; As. [sapddu], sipdu, sipittu, mourning D1 HWB507 ; cf. Amhar. {M,: dirge Pra^""" 188 ". 762 );- Qal If. 3 fs. nnsm consec. Zc 12 12 , 3 pi. V1BW consec. 1 K 14 13 Zc 12 10 ; imp/. 3 fs. "IBM?! 2 S ii 26 , 2 ms. "I'spn Ez 24 16 , 1 s. cohort. rnBDK Mil 8 , 3 mpl. VIBCr; Je6 16 + , etc.; iW. mpl. IIBD 2 S 3 31 + 2 t.; fpl. nj-lBP Je 49 3 ; Inf. abs. liBD Zc 7 5 ; cstr. 11BD Ec 3 4 , IStpb Gn 23 s I K 13 29 , ^BDJJ Je 16 6 ; P«. ac<. pi. DHBb Is 32", 'ID Ec 1 2 6 ; — u>at7, lament (with loud cries, etc., v. Mi i 8 , and cf. Dr Am6 ' 16 ), esp. for dead, c. *?, 1 S 25 1 28 s 1 K 14 1318 Gn 2 3 2 (P) Je 16 6 22 1818

5 , cf. B$ ~i'm~W) "rtspb ybr-b») 16 5 ; c.'by 

over 38 1» 1 1" I K 1 3 30 , cf. Zc 1 2 ,0 (see v 12 infr.); c.^.S? i.e. marching 6e/ore (bier) 2 S 3 s " (v. Dr); c. ace. cogn. Gn 50 10 (J); abs. 1 K 13 29 Ez 24 16 cf. v 23 Ec 3 4 (opp. ipi ; cf. yjr 30 12 ), and pt. as subst. Ec 1 2* waiters; also, with idea of guilt on part of those wailing, Zc 1 2 12 (cf. v 10 supr.); over calamity, judgment, c."?5? Mi i 8 , abs. Je 4" (both + tyn), 49 s and (with fasting) Zc 7' j ! 13. — /-lai non-HUr^y dhb'd *r$hl Is 32 12 is dub.; Thes Ew De Che al. upon the breasts smiting (1) for the fields, etc., but rd. prob. D , *l?' (nr, D^)Ges Comm - (q.v.) Buhl 1 " 13 Skinner al.: over the fields wailing, over tlie delightful fields, etc. Hiph. Impf. 3 mpl. ttfJR *6 Je 16 4 tliey shall not be bewailed, so 25 s3 . "IEDO n.m. 0n50 ' 10 wailing ;— abs. 'O Am 5" + 11 t.;' cstr. 13DO Mii n +2 t.; sf. »Tf9«? ^30 12 ; — wailing: 1. for dead, Gn5o 10 (J; as ace. cogn.), Zc 1 2 10 (c. "^ ; cf. v lul infr.). 2. for calamity experienced Am 5" 16 (|| 72«), v 17 Mi i 8 (0*191 '», || ^?K), v 11 Je 48 s8 Ez 27 31 , anti- cipated Je 6 26 Est4 3 . 3. in contrition Is 22 12 ( + '33), Jo 2 12 ( + Di5f, '33), cf. Zc I2 11U . 4. in gen., ^ 30 12 (opp. ?*inD, cf. Ec 3 4 ). HDD 705 I HDD] vb. sweep or snatch away, T T catch up (NH 'BD, NBD collect (rare), X 'Bp (rare), Syr. ).s_m collect, pick up ; Ar. ILC of wind, raise dust and carry it away Lane 1377 );— Qal 1. intrans.: Pf. 3 ft. nriBD J e 12 4 6e snatched away (rd. poss. HBp [TB]). 2. trans. : Jmpf. 3 fs. HBDri Is "j™ sweep away beard ; 2 ms. HBtpri Gn 1 S WM sweep away indiscrimi- nately (good and bad) ; Inf. cstr. JliBD Dt 2 9 18 to snatch away the moist with the dry (proverb, expression, cf. Dr), sf. nrriBD? ^ ^o 15 to snatch it away (i.e. my life). — 1BD1 Am 3 15 v. 5)1D. Niph. Pf. 3 ms. HBD31 consec. 1 S 26 10 ; Impf. 2ms.nBDn Gni9 1517 ; 1 s. nBDS 1 S27 1 ; 2 mpl. IBpn Nu 16 26 , «Bn 1 S 12 s ; Pt. flBM Is 13 15 Pr I3 a (i Ch2i 12 v. infr.); — 1. be swept away, destroyed, Gn io/ 5 (^V^ I^V? 6y reason of the iniquity of the city), v 17 (both J), Nu l6 M (JE) lSi2 26 26 10 (in battle), +T3 of agent 1S27 1 ; cf. Been? tbs DSD: eh Pr 13 28 and «A«re w <Aa«  is swept away for lack of justice. — 1 CI121 12 rd. ip« (as || 2 S 24 13 , v. DO). 2. 6e caught up, captured, Is 1 3 15 (|| NXtM). Hiph. /my/. 1 s. nijn iD^J? nBDK Dt 3 2 23 I will catch up against them calamities, but read ilBDK / will gather (V ttt), or < HBDN (Di Dr Buhl L « ") I will add, i.e. multiply ( v^D* ; v. Ges» 69h ' ao,e ). fl. [n2D] vb. join, attach to;— Qal Imv. ms. sf. ^ar^K M ^nBD 1 S 2 M o«ocA me, pray, to one of the priest's offices. Niph. Pf 3 pi. "?J? WBD31 consec. Is 1 4 1 and they sliall attach themselves to the house of Jacob (|| < r Q^)- Pi. Pt. in»n nspO Hb 2 15 joining (to it?) '% /wry, but read prob. IP? (n dittogr.) from the goblet of thy fury (so We Gr Now GASm Da). Pu. Impf. 3 mpl. ' n BD^ Jb 30 7 are joined together, hold themselves together (yet rd. perh. Niph. V1BEP Bu). Hithp. Inf. cstr. npnpnD 1 S 26 19 they have driven me out from joining myself 'with (3) the inheritance of'. ' II. nDD (-/of foil.; appar. pour out ; cf. Ar. '11 pour out, shed (blood; Qor 6 MS ); NH nap of river, cast out alluvial soil, make new land). fi. [TTED] n. [m.] outpouring (X); — pi. sf. TWi nD ^ F^W^f** JIj 14" ( si vera !•) its outpourings sweep away tlie dust of the earth, so most, but dub.; Bu prop. *nB , np, cf. "00

  • |n'D Pr2 8 3 .

fn. ?TED n.[m.] growth from spilled kernels ((kernels) poured out, accidentally, in harvesting, ace. to most; Buhl 1 * 113 al. think of additional growth, V I. nBD); — it is what springs up of itself in second year, and serves as food when no grain could be sown : abs. 'D 2Ki 9 2 »=Is37 30 ; cstr. T)7i? D , BpLv25 5 ; sf. rvrvBp-riK rnrpn v ". tnstrp n.[m.] prob. outpouring (of blood), bloodshed ('C subst. for D ; word chosen for assonance with t3BB>p) ; — abs., Ipl 'D nam BBC'D? Is 5 7 and he waited for justice and lo ! bloodshed, so Ges Hi Ew Di Gu Du Che Co,nm - Che Hl>t - (dub.). III. F7DD (•/of foil. ; meaning dubious). TfinEp n.f. eruption, scab, either malig- nant or harmless ; — abs. TSyn IS 'D IX J1XB' Lv 13 2 cf. 14 s6 . tnnEDQ n.f. id.;— abs. Lv i 3 67 - 8 . Tnstp vb. Pi. denom. cause a scab upon, smite with scab (c subst. for d) ; — "P$ ^W

  • W ^rjlFJ (consec.) Is 3 1 " and Adonay shall smite

with scab the crown of the daughters of Zion. i [nriEDTD] n.f. long veil (prop, sfieath- ing?) covering whole person; pi. abs. JwJTI rtitvTS ninsptsn Ez 13 18 ; sf. Dp'nhEpp v 21 . ED v. t|BD. iTED n.[m.] sapphire, perh. also lapis lazuli (cf. Di Ex24 ' :o Now Arcb -' 151 ) (NH id., and Jir^app; Xfi^lBD; ©JLii; loan-word from Skr. canipriya ace. to Lag "- AW '- 72 Lewy F " mdw - M cf. Gk. ardirffxipoc); — abs. 'o Ex 24 10 +8 t.; pi. D^pp Is 54 11 Ct 5"; — with other jewels as ornaments of prince Ez28 IS ; in high priest's breastplate EX28 18 39 11 ; found in mines Jb28 6 , costly Jb 28 16 cf. IS54 11 ; taking high polish La 4 7 (in fig.); DTfD. nB^JD p Ct 5 14 ivory covered with sapphires (in fig.); lapis lazuli, ace. to Hi Bu Du al. in Jb 28" (b ant nipy being understood of sparkling crystals of iron pyrites in this), but v. Di ; lapis lazuli may be intended in 'DH nap? Ex 24 10 (J) pavement of sapphire (in theoph.), cf. 'D - !?? Ez i 26 io 1 . T7ED n.[m.] bowl (■/unknown ; perhaps foreign word ; As. saplu, bowl, basin (D1 HWB608 Schr COT2K9,! ) [occurs as object of tribute or z z

cd

"1ED plunder]; NH = BH; X t&M? bowl, basin, Chr Pal Aram. JJ^oso (wash-) basin Schwally Idtot. 64 . Ar J?^ Jow?) j ar F J L,T, NHWB ill. Sffl , Kl. Schr. ,LK,f - is perh. loan-word Fra 67 ');— abs. 'BH *6d Ju 6 M ; for drinking, cstr. DTT* i>BD 5 s5 a 6ow/ 0/ (fit for) nobles, huge bowl (GFM). [ jDDj once, erron., '!£*] vb. cover, cover in, panel (NH fBD is respect, care for ; Ph. flJBpD roof, Lzb 330 ; Aram. JBD Ithpe. be covered, overlaid ; As.sa]>dnu (sts. sapdnu f), cover, over- whelm, Dl 508 ; sapannu, concealment, obscurity, depth (of sea); Eth. rt«tjj invalescere, percre- bescere, praevalere, Di J06 ); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. Q'33 n^an-ns ]3D* i K 6 9 a»rf lie corera* tn </«s Aouse with beams (1) ; Inf. abs. TJK3 jiBp Je 22 14 (rdg. with JDMich Hi Gf Or Gie Co, Vj&Q psp, for MT |»p) »3l»n, c f. Dr Smm ) emerfcy (it) ira, panelling (it) with cedar; .ft. ;;oss. f1N3 f»D 1K7 7 , n«3 JBD v 3 ; pi. D3'ri33 D'^BD Hgi 14 t'w your panelled houses. — |1Bp strangely = reserved, laid up, Dt33 21 , and = hidden v 19 i>in »20B ^Bf (only here with B> ; both in sense of pBS [rd. this ?], cf. Dr). +JBD n.[m.] ceiling;— abs. 'BPI 1 K 6 15 . Tn^ED n.f. vessel, ship (covered in, overlaid, with sheathing, deck, etc.; Aram. U. 5m ,* on Ar. 1JL4L as loan-word v. Fra 216 ) ; — only 'Bn TJST Jon i

  • "]3D (-/of foil., meaning unknown).

fi. F|D n.xn. basin, goblet (NH ^D; Ph. B)D (Inscr. of Tyre 0, ' M ) Schrod z " B " IiI(1886,S1 "- Cl-Gann Ann * Ie * du Muse * Guimat x. 6U — Becuell d'arch. orient. cwm,m Hal E4j xu.107 Bloch . but Lzb 33o door-dU); — 'D abs. basin Ex 1 2 s2 - 22 (J ; containing blood of passover lamb); cstr. PyT" 6 )? Zc 12 2 goblet of reeling (intoxicating, fig.), prob. also Hb 2 1S , where rd. T^D f [^l?from the goblet of thy fury (for MT 'n nspD, v . I. nBD); pi. abs. nisp 2 S 17 28 basins for ordinary use; Q'BBn Je 52", ntepn 1 K 7 60 and cstr. HP? ™ B P 2 K 12", of temple utensils. . F)P M n.m. Am91 threshold, sill (NH t'i.; Ph. v. Lzb 1. HP ; Aram. KBD, )&£, Ar. sippu Dl 609 , all id) ;-abs. 'd 2 K 12'° + , also IjW Ju i9 B +3t. (Baer Ginsb), *|Bn 2 K 25"; *sf. W Ez 43", DBD v 8 ; pi. Cap Am 9 1 Is 6 4 + 6 t. Ez Ch ; — threshold, sill Ju 19 27 Amp 1 Is 6 4 Ez 4I 1616 43 8 - 8 2 Ch 3 7 , )T3n 'D 1 K 14 17 , -I5?#n 'D Ez40 w , cf. v 6b ; *lpn -l»b» K door-keeper, an important temple official, Je 35*, so 'Bn , "?t5B' 2 K 12 10 (priests), 22 4 = 2 Ch 34 s (Levites!), 2 K 23* 25" = Je 52 s4 ; in Persia, of palace Est 2 21 6 s ; of tabern. D^BH 'B> r Ch 9 19 ; ny'e» 'Bn 2 Ch 23 4 (Levites)/B3 DnjfB' 1 Ch p 22 ; coll. IBS airt Zp 2 14 desolation in the thresholds.

  • [?]ED] vb. denom. Hithpo'. stand at,

or guard, the threshold; — Inf. cstr. 'Fnna 'rijjjj TV33 "IfiRPrl ^ 84 11 / c/toose standing at the threshold in the house of my God. fin. r)D, "'ED n.pr.m. a Philistine, 2 S 2 1 18 (© top 2«$(f); ®L roils imavvrjyiiivovs), = 'BD I Ch 20 4 (© tov 2a<f>ovT, A Se(ji(j)i, ®L 2cm<f>i). tpSD, [pStp], vb. slap, clap (NH Pi. id.; Ar. i^JLL slap (face), strike (hands) Lane 1373 );— Qal Pf 3 ms. pBpl consec. Je 48 s6 , sf. D^Bp Jb 34 26 ; 1 s. "ripBD Je 3 i 19 ; 3 pi. VBB La 2 16 ; Impf. 3 ms. p'3f? (fe> subst. for D) Jb 27 s3 , Piap: 34 s7 , papjl Nu 24 10 ; Imv. ms. pBB Ez 2 1 17 ; — 1. slap, sq. ^"^S on the <%/«, in remorse and sorrow Je 31 19 Ez 21 17 ; c. B'B3 clap one's hands Nu 24 10 (in anger), c. 75? at, La 2 16 Jb 27 23 (in mockery); 'a om. Jb 34 s7 (in presumptuousness, against God). 2. slap, chastise, c. ace. pers. Jb 34 s6 (subj. God). 3. s 2 )lash W'pa 2SiD 'Dl Je 4 8 26 and Moab shall splash (fall with a splash) into his vomit, >Thes Buhl 1 * 113 empty himself (T), throw up (cf. Syr. Aa» Pa.). Hiph. Impf 3 mpl. Dnaa ni>::«  ^"B'r Is 2 6 (rd. perh. H^ Hi Du Che, and into the hands of foreigners they clap, lit. cause to clap, sc. their hands ; > © <3 from 1. ps't? q.v., they abound in, have a sufficiency of). t[pEiT>] n.[m.] doubtful word; hand- clapping, i.e. mockery (?) (cf. vb. Jb 27 s3 ) ; — pas? jb 3 6' 8 in difficult cl. ^3 ^n»p;-,'B nprna because there is passion, (beware) lest it incite thee to mockery, Bae K * u Da (but 3 r > Dr=incite against, hence Bu reads paky); De is not clear; others (as Di): lest it (passion) excite thee at the chastisement (v. /2 ; cf. Thes) ; Du reads nonp pEB'D lest chastisement incite thee to wrath.— On Jb 20 22 (edd.) v. pBb*. ED n.m." a ' u missive, dooument, writ- ing, book (prob. ancient loan-word from As. sipru, missive, message D1 HWB683 , TelAm. Sipru, sipirtu, id. Wkl TAGl0M ; Vsdpdru, send, send message or letter D1 HWB683 , Wkl L % whence also 1DD

"«JD idpiru, writer, and (perh.) rider, SapirAtu, rule; v. Hom AuM,M(18W, - S4 Buhl LMl3 ; perh. cf. Ar.JZl, go forth to journey, II. send on a journey Lane 1370 ; NH 1BD = BH ; bo Aram. tnD'D, ]i*£; Chr Pal Aram. A*a> Scawally 1 """" 4 ; Ar.yL,);— 'D abs. 2811"+; cstr. Ex 24' + ; sf. *T»g Ex 32 s3 , 1"|Sp v 33 ^i39 16 ; pi. Q , "!?D 1 K 2 1 8 + ; — 1 1 . missive : a. letter of instruc- tion, written order, commission, or request, usu. fr. king, sSn 1 " 1 iK2i 8 - 8 - 911 2K5 1 " 7 io 18 ", 19" = Is 37" cf. 2Ch 3 2 17 , 2K20 ls =Is39'; = written decree for publication Est i 22 3 13 8 5 ^mm»(_K^|| v »-» v id. p . 8 b supra), cf. r£f?l train 'aan d^dids Vff} TO dhbd 8 10 . — MS ara

S II 16 I K 2 1 9 2 K iV* 2 Ch 32 17 ; 'B3 3TI3 

(of specif, contents) 2 Sri 15 iKzi' 11 ; KJ? 'BnTlN 2 K 5 7 read «/t« fetter]. — b. fr. prophet Je 29 1 , other influential persons v 2529 t. t2. legal document, J"inH3 'D certificate of divorce Dt 24 13 and (fig.) 'je'3 8 Is 50 1 ; njpsn 'D deed of purchase Je32 1112 (del. art.), v^ 14 ' 16 , cf. 'B3 v 10 , DHBpn v " (si vera 1.; del. ® Gie cf. Gf), -ISO vl6 b:«. ' 0= indictment Jb 31 35 (obj. of 3TI3; '3 2r = s ign Je 32 101 " 4 ). 3. book, or scroll, in which something is written to pre- serve it for future use Ex 1 7 14 (E), Jos 18 9 (JE),

S io 25 IS30 8 Jb I9 23 -)-; in form of roll, cf. 

V&jft 1BD3 1j>b31 Is 34 4 , BVinn tft 29 uu (v. Je36,etc.,infr.); partic. : a. book of prophecies Je25 13 30 2 + 6 t. Je36, Dni2 4 ; BVU fitn 'D Na i 1 ; " 1SD IS34 4 ; so 1BD n^l? Je 36 2 - 4 (=n?20 v 6 +6 t.; with many columns, nin;n v 23 ), Ez 2 9 , cf. ^ 40 8 . b. geneal. register, '0 rirbSn Gn 5 1 (P), fe>n»n 'D Ne 7 5 . c. law-book, tnn3H 'D Ex 2 4 7 (E), 2 K2 3 1, = 2 Ch 34 30 , 2 K 23 2: ; tn-nnn 'd Dtz8 61 29 20 3o 10 31 26 Jos^S 34 (all D), 2 K 22 8 = 2 Ch 34 15 , 2 K 22 11 Ne 8 3 ; tB*l^ "H* '0 Jos 2 4 M (E), Ne 8 8 (rdg.nnin 'D, so ®, cf. Talm."' i '"'" 37,, ),v 18 9 3 ; t" niln 'D 2 Ch ' 34"; t«pte min 'd j os 8 31 2 3 6 (both D),

K 14 6 Ne 8 1 ; tflfb 'D 2 Ch 2 5 4 35 12 Ne 13 1 . 

d. 600/fc of poems," 1 nbqi>D 'D Nu 21 14 (JE), -iB'Jn 'D Jos io 13 (JE), 2 Si". e. book con- cerned with kings, nb?^ H3' ! ! 'D i K i i 41 , and esp. 131 "abTpb OTJffl Hal 'b 1 K i 4 19i!9 +3i t. K (18 t. of Isr., 15 t. of Judah), cf. Est io 2 (of Media and Pers.) ; also ^e6 0"DH Hal 'D 1*T? 1 Ch 2 7 24 (rdg. 'D for nfiDD, ® Kit* 1 *); Wrfr* nnwi> D'aben 'd 2 Chi6 u ; "oiw 'd

    • «] n-rm] 25 s6 28 s6 32 s2 ; rnirn 'b» 'd ; d 27?
s7 36 s ; 'fr. '» 'D 1 Ch 9 1 2 Ch 20 34 ; 'D t5nno 

D^abon 24 s7 ; also OTJjn n:n 'D Ne 1 2 s3 Est 2 s3 ; D'ojn h:h ntaiaw 'd Est 6'. f. once dhseq Dn 9 2 by means of the Scriptures (canonical books) cf. Ew Meinh Bev Marti*™, g. God's record-book, ■f 139", I"?! 'D Mai 3 16 ; God's register of living, Ex 3 2 3233 (E), D*** 'D ^ 6 9 w ; 'Dn Dn 12 1 (citizens of Mess, kingdom). 4. 'B=book-learning, esp. writing: IBD(n) VT Is 29 ii.is.i2 ( f ability to read); so fitPJn 1DD D"ie#> OHE*? Dn i 4 to teach them the writing and speech of the Chaldeans (on constr. v. Ges* 128 *); more gen. noarn 'crb^i !>'3bn v 17 .— [iBD book is joined with vbs. thus: it is written (3TI3?) Mai 3 16 ; a thing is written 'S3 Ex i7 14 +20 t., 'D - ^? 2 S i ,8 +5o t. ( + Je 36 3 '; *.H3 with ink v 18 ), tr^J f Je 30 s 5 1 60 ; conversely '0 byo trn Is 34 16 , 'd byn ya& j e 36"; v. also f VJJ) '&? Jb 19 23 inscribe in a book, +«*'i?n 'D"?y Is 30 8 (||mi>-^y nana); +'do nno 6/ < <m* of a book Ex 3 2 3233 f69 M ; t'E>n-nK N$ Je 51 63 rmrf the book, scroll, but usu. t'o? torJ 36 81013 Ne 8 818 9 » 13 1 ].— 'D in 'D VSTfl, v. "P. t[rncp] n.f. book;— sf. irnspa ^n ^ 56' (cf! 1BD 3 g) ; del. as gloss Bi Che Hup-Now Du.— Cf. also [nn'BD] infr.

  • ^DD vb. count, Pi. recount, relate (prob.

ancient denom. from "IBD ; NH = BH ; Eth. (d.£: measure Di 404 );— Qal 27 Pf. 3 ms. 'D 2 S 24 10 , 2 ms. nrnsp ^ 5 6 9 , n-iBpi LV25 8 , etc.; Impf.'&O. ^ 87 6 + Jb38 37 where read prob. IBD' (Bu) for MT iBp% -itep> Jb3i 4 , "i&DJl

Ch 2 116 , sf. DtBpn Ezr I 8 ; 2 ms. ">Bpn Jb 39 s , 

liepn i 4 16 , -iBpn Dt i6 9 , etc.; Imv. ms. 1BD Gn'15 5 ; mpl. liBD iCh2i 2 f 48 13 ; Inf. cstr. I'apb Gn i5 6 +2t.; P«. iBb IS33 1818 (v. also 1BD n. infr.); — 1. count things, to learn their number, c. ace, Gni5 3 - 5 (J) 2 S 24'°+ 10 t. ( + acc. cogn. 2 Ch 2 16 ); ace. om. Gn4i 4 ' (E); + b (dat. comm. vel eth.), Lv 1 5 1328 23 15 25 s (all PH), Dt 1 6' Ez 44 26 Ezr i 8 f 8f Is 33 18 (abs.), v 18 (but text suspicious, conjj. in Du Che Hpt ). 2. number = take account of, carefully observe and consider, reckon : liBDH , 1VV Jb 1 4'° of my steps thou takest account, so 31 4 ; v. also 38 37 (cf. supr.); nn*1BD Hi ^ g6 9 my wandering hast thou reckoned, taken into account (Che reads 'JTlBp after @). tNiph. Impf. 3 ms. IBD^ Ho 2 J + 4 t.;

mpl. TIBB' 1 K 8 6 2 Ch 5", HBp>l 1 Ch 23 3 ;— 

z z 2 -IED be counted, numbered, usu. c. neg., to indicate multitude, tfHJ *9> t6 Gn i6'°(J) it is not to be counted, for multitude, so 32" (J), 1 K 3" (|| & m&), 8 5 ( + id.), 2 Ch 5 6 ( + id.); cf. Ho 2 1 ( +"W "**!)> Je 33 ffl (H " p? - ^)5 Positively, only TOjRS D^n 1CI123 3 . Pi. C7 7>/. 1 s. *nip + 1 1 9 M , ^l? v"; 3 pl-

  • lBp Ju 6 13 + 3 t.; Jmpf 3 ms. "iBp; Jb 38"+,

1 OB?S f 2 2 18 + ; cohort. n"1BpN Jb 15 7 ; I pl. -1BD31 Ex 10 2 , etc. ; 7wm>. IBpls 43 s6 , etc.; 7w/. c«<r.->Bp(b) ^50" + 5 1.; POBDt? Ju7 13 2 K 8 6 ; pl. D'nBDD |fi9 2 78*; — recount, rehearse, de- clare : 1. recount something (ace), to (f pers.) Ju 6 13 7 13 Gn 24 M (J), 1 S n 5 + 18 t. (of re- hearsing glorious deeds of ^4 4 2 7 S 28 7 83 '" 79"); c. ace. + 3 loc. Ez 1 2 16 , elsewhere of rehearsing name or praise of Ex 9 16 (J) + 9 15 96'= 1 Ch i6 M , ^i02 23 Je5i 10 ; c. ace. alone ^ 9 s 19 2 119" ( + 3 instr.), 1 45" + 8 t. W + IS43 21 , a11 of re- hearsing praise of '» ; cf. 1Bp» 1DXP ^ 40 6 they are too great to rehearse, c. ace. also Je 2 3 28,32 Jb 15" 28" ^ 1 19 26 ; ace. om. Is 43^, c. ? pers. Gn 4 o 8 (E) + 6 t., c'% pers.Gn 37 10 (E), c. "?.]«3 Ex 10 2 ; c.iO?(q.v.) >^ 73 1S ; c."?K concerning f 2" , cf. 69 27 (® <S Ew 01 Gr Bi Che Bae add; in that case read 'BD*); c. "v5? concerning, + ? pers. Jo i 3 . 2. appar., in weakened sense, talk ^ 59 13 , 64" (c. b concerning), 73 15 (c. SK)3). 3. cowra< exactly, accurately, ♦WtoflPI ">Bp$ ^ 22 18 7 con cowwi exactly all my bones (in wasted body).— ^ 40 6 v. sub 1, Jb 38 s7 read "IBD?. t Pu. be recounted, related, rehearsed : Pf. 3 ms. j> lip Is 52 15 ; Impf. 3 ms. ) "iSp! Jb 37 20 (cl. as subj.), + ? concerning i^2 2 81 ; c. 3 loc. 88 12 ; abs.lBD^Hbi 5 . tnEb,"lD'iDii.m."' 5 ' 2 enumerator,muster- officer, secretary, scribe (prop. pt. of 1BD; Aram. K^Bp, )£a^ id., cf. i- s " doctus, litera- ls; OAram. tOSD «£., Lzb 330 Cook 85 ; Ph. nBD Lzb 330 ) ; — abs. *»b Ju 5" +., "f* 2 S 8' 7 + ; cstr. ipb 2 K 1 2 11 + 2 t., + Je 52 s6 (Gie GFM rd. 'an as || 2 k 25"); pi. taneb iK^Je 8 8 , 1d iCh2 M 34 13 ;cstr.' | i.BbEst3 ia 8 9 ;— 1. ^enume- rator, muster-officer, in description of leaders of Isr. 'D t335?3 D'aeto Ju 5". b. king's official = secretary 2'S 8 ,7 =20 a6 =i Ch 18 16 , 2Ki8 ,8,7 =Is36 3 - 22 ; Sol. had two iK4 3 (inall these disting. fromT?^); also 2 Ki9 2 =Is37 2 , Je 36 101 ', cf. 'en ravh v 12 - 20 - 21 , 'en W$ 37 1620 ; acting as treasurer and paymaster 2 K 12"=

tbdq 
Ch 24 11 ,— cf. Zadok Ne 13 13 ;— 2 K ******* 

= 2 Ch 34" 18 - 20 ; 1 Ch 24 6 (Levite); «3Sn n'e> 'Dn 2X25"= Je52 K (si vera 1. in K) implies mili- tary authority (but 'WJ "^ perh. gloss GFM ju 5, nj . e w gt a a i rea d (as Je) scribe of general. c. in Persia, secretaries who wrote out (king's) decrees, aec. to Est 3 12 8 9 . d. 2 Ch 26 11 uses '0 for muster-officer; 1 Ch 2 55 mentions families of D"1B1D ; 2 Ch 34 13 knows '0 as Levites ; 'D 1 Ch 2 7 32 =man of learning. 2. professional class of learned men, ' scribes,' able to read and write Je36 2632 ; with writing implements/D DJJ ■vno f 45 2 , 'Dn npi? Ez 9 2 - 3 , 'Dn npn j e 36°; esp. learned in the law, and assuming to issue its precepts, B^ab Tjjgl BJJ 8 8 . 3. specif, of Ezra, at once priest (jn'3) and learned in the law (IB'D), Ezr 7", '" ni^D *jyj 'D v 11 [cf. Aram. v 12 - 21 ], ne»D mina -vno'D v 6 ; Ne 8 1 - 4 - 913 12 2636 . fl. "CD n.[m.] enumeration, census (late; on format, cf. Lag BN175 );— abs. 'd, sq. yfa as ace. cogn. with 1BD 2 Ch 2 16 . fn. [iCD] n.pr.loc. in S. Arabia; — only c. n loc. 'TJBD Gn 10 30 , ® 2o)<^»/pa ; usu. indentif. with fafdr ( Ai£, pronounced Ju£>[, J^[ ace. to Thes), ancient city of Himyarite kings (Ptol. Saw^np pjrpdTroXis v. Sprenger Mtt Geogr - Ar * b - i »i.t pm.^ g0 Tbes Tuch Comm - Q,!n - 2 ' !12 , but dub. Glaser 8 "'™" 37 , D=Simprob. Di adlM - Lag BN 61 . t[n^Dp] n.f. number ;— pl. abs. '^X X^ n^bp ■uV 7 1 15 7 know not (the) numbers (of / ' 1 's acts of righteousness and deliverance, i.e. they are innumerable; cf. X Symm.); >Du (after® B«l> s © 33) reads JTnBD (cf. n"JBp supr.). . ^BDE n.m. ,ch27>24 number, tale;— abs. t : -133 'O Gn34 30 + ; cstr.lBDt? Ex i6 16 + ; sf. D^BDO Nu 1 4 m , CHBpt? Ju 2 I s8 + ; pl. cstr. T!Bp» 1 Ch 12 23 ; — 1. a. number, Ju 7 6 the number of those lapping, ttq^2 'DO f 147 4 , +oft. (37 *• PH); '131 *W1 "IBD»3 IBDBn nby K^> 1 Ch 27" (read nppa) (he number did not come up into (was not recorded in) the book of tJie daily doings, etc.; redund. after num., t2 S 2 1 20 twenty-four (in) number ; '» P$ it was (they were) innu- merable Gn 41 49 (E), c. ) Ju 6 5 7 12 1 Ch22 16 2 Ch 12 3 , '» r« iroianb ^ 147 5 (of'); abs. Je 2 32 Jb2 I 33 Ct6 8 ;t'»r«"iy=^-,Jb5 9 9 ,0 V'4o 13 . 'D Dnb f'SI Je46 23 ; '» r«^ tl Ch22 4 ; "0 |H«] t ^ 1 04 25 1 05 34 Jo 1 6 ; Vjn^ 'O B*n Jb 2 5 3 caw At'«  fcandis be numbered f without P?? = numerable, TDDB

i.e. few, 'O VflD W Dt 33" but Ze< his men be few, 'D D > tp^ Nu 9 20 , 'O alone Is 10", usu. in combin., 'O V1D = a few men Gn 34 30 (J), Dt 1? Je 44 s " 1 Ch 16" ^ io5 12 , 'O HMK Ez I2 W ; so 'O nuf Jbi6 m ; adv. phr. Dn«n *p» -BDD Ec2 3 = c?wn'n^ all their lives, cf. 5 17 6 19 ; = appointed (normal) number, K.bs f^J 'D Ex 2 3 s6 (E). b. c. prep. 3 : 'D3 tjyp Ez 5 3 /«w in number; 'D3 6y (exact) count, tale 2 S 2 16 Dt25 2 1 Ch 9 s8 ' 28 , so prob. Ez 20 37 rd. 1SDD3 © Toy for MT rn'DD; in (pre- scribed) number Nu 29 18 + 6 t. Nu 29 (P), Ezr 3 4 ; = ace. to (proportioned to) the number of Lv 25 lsl5 +oft.; 'DO? ace. tonumber Ju 21 23 Jos 4" (JE) Nui4 M (P) Ez 4 s iCb.27 1 ; 'DD3 = id., 1 K 1 8 31 Nu 1 5 1212 (P) ; so 'd alone (adv. ace.) Ex 16 16 (P) Jb i 6 Je 2 s8 1 1 13 .— Nu 23 10b rd. V? nap, c f. v*, so © Di So*"". t2. recounting, relation, Di?nn 1SDJ3 Ju 7 15 the recounting of the dream. f 11. "^ED7p n.pr.m. a returned exile Ezr 2 2 (© MaKvap, A©L Ma<r<pap), = rqSpO Ne f (© Ma<r<ptpav, H Wlao(papah, A Maa(T<papad, ©L Ma<7</>ap). < JT)Ep?3 v. foregoing. trnED n.pr.m. in'Brpja Ezr2~ a family of returned exiles (© b.a«pripad, A A<r«popa6, @L A(r<o<p f pid) = / D-'33 Ne 7 s7 (® 2a<papa6(t), ©L A(T<XplpC&). "•" ["ngD ?] , "PCD n.pr.l0C. Ob 20 © E<fr>a0 a , Qa2a</.apa8; loc.dub.; Spieg Ara!42 No 2MOram >,323 QJjgFounder, 312 g ay Monum.nU «8S ft ] cp ^JMrda in Asia Minor ( = Sardis? Behistun 1 ' 15 Persep. I 12 NR l28 V g cnr c OT»dloc.(cf.KaF116«r.) JJjr»r249 c £ GASm 12Pr ° I,h -" 176 , cp. Saparda in SW. Media (time of Sargon); a Saparda also NE. from Nineveh (Esarhaddon's time), cf. Knudtzon Ass. Gebete, No». 8, 1 1 , 30 T D^VIDD n.pr.loc. city conquered by king of Assyr.';— 'd 2 K 17 14 18 34 = tfnBD Is 36 19 , trnBD I'? 2 K i 9 13 =Is 37"; Q^BD also 2 K I 7 31b Qr (Kt.CHBD) ; © 2tir<papovatv, Eir<papovatp, etc., ©L 2in<papitp ; — usu. identif. with Sippara (on a canal), between Bagdad and Babyl., a city in two Tpa,rts,Sipp.of Samas (mo&.AbbuIIabba), and Sipp. ofAnunitu(m), on opp. side of canal, hence du. '0 = the two Sipparas, Schr COT2K17 ' 24 , cf. Dl p "" , - ,M Tiele CMCl1 - 88 ; this recently dis- puted, in view of mention with Hamath and other northern cities (2 K 17 24 and esp. 18 34 ), v Hal ZA "• m "• Di l! 36 ' l9 Wkl Alt "*'- Vatm - "" Benz

k 17,24 a j >t w j 10 C p # Sahara' in, city conquered 

by Salmanasarid IV (Wkl in Schr^" 278 ); but this by no means certain. tf^'pEp] adj. gent, of Sepharvaim, only pi. c. art'.=subst., DT)BDn , K 17 s14 . t[/pD] vb. stone, put to death by- stoning, also (Pi.) free from stones (appears like denom., but noun unknown ; NH NTpD execution by stoning) ; — Qal Pf 2 ms. sf. inpi^D^ consec. Dt 13"; 3 mpl. sf. ""-P^i^D^ consec. Ex 17*; 2 mpl. DJJOpp' consec. Dt 22 s4 , etc.; Impf 3 mpl. ^pp: Jos 7 25 , sf. ir6j5p? 1 K 2I 1S , etc.; Imv. mpl. sf. 'i"6pD 1 K21 10 ; Inf. abs. b)po Ex 19" 2 1 28 ; emr.lt i^pD 1 S30 6 ;— pelt with stones, stone to death, (as penalty) c. ace. pers. vel animal., Ex 8 s2 1 f (both JE) 1 S 30 6 1 K 2 1 10 , abs. Ex 19 s 2 1 28 (JE); c. ace. pers. + 3 instr. BH&$ Dt 13 11 17 5 22 2124 Jos 7 2S 1 K21". Niph. Impf 3 ms. ?P.p? be stoned to death Ezi 9 13 2I 28 - 2932 (JE). Pi. Impf.

ms. ^BP* 2 S 16 613 , sf. wbipp^ Is 5 s ; Imv. mpl. 

vipp Is62 10 ; — -1. stone, pelt with stones., c. ace. pers. + CM?*!? 2 S 16 6 , ace. om. v 13 (|p?V3 ISJI). 2. free vineyard (ace.) from stones (Ges 562h ) Is 5 s ; so also 2 S 4", reading pt. f. D'tSH r6i?pp lo, the portress was cleansing wheat from stones (for MT 'n "r$>), so We Dr Bu Kit Liihr HPS, after ®; (>rdg. however mostly '"ippD, Qal Pt); }3KD lSf>P Is 62™ free (highway) fr. stones. Pu. Pf. &t§ be stoned to death 1 K 21 1415 .— Not in HP; these and other writings (exc. above) use syn. DJ1, cf. Br BM73 . ID v. VID. t [^D] n.m. rebel 1 ace. to Thes al. (prob. Aram, loan-word, cf. Aram, olao contradict, chatter, prattle, tell lies; Pa. 31P and NH Pi. 3"1D = BH; cf. 31D Ecclus 4 i 2<t loving contradic- tion);— pi. abs. (i.e. ^ns) -]nis D<3i^pl D'pnp Ez 2 6 rebelles et quasi spinae sunt erga te Thes; Vrss rd. ptcp., Co Berthol D'{»bl QUID resisting and despising thee (cf. Ji?P); AVRV briers and thorns, cf. Ew Hi-Sm Siegf^" Da Toy. Tpjhp n.pr.m. Sargon (As. Sargdnu, and (prob. by pop. etymo.) Sarrukenu=firm, faith- ful, king, v. reff. infr.) ; — king of Assyria B.C. 722-705, conqueror of Samaria, father of

-ino fin., and ">p infr.); of loose woman N'n njp'n JTVtfDI Pr7"; as subst. — the stubborn, ijr 66" 68 7 "; fs. n-n'D *r$ vm Ne 9 29 and they pre- sented a stubborn shoulder (of Isr.) = Zc 7 11 T"1D adj. stubborn, resentful, sullen, implacable ;— *|jm np 1 K 20 43 21 4 ; f. nr.TD nip ^nr v 6 why then is thy spirit sullen 1 poss. also pi. cstr. D , ")")iD '"ID Je 6" 8 revolters (stubborn ones) among, etc. (v. supr. and 11D Qal ad fin.). tlDD Kt, Tnp Qrn.m. winter (loan-wd. fr. Aram.; cf. Syr. )6^, £ WJTD ; Ar. % Lane 15 * 1 ; prob. orig. "e>, cf. Schwally Ml0,M ; on 1 as old nominat. ending ('d for Sutayu) cf. Lag BS190A n m.^._- | 3y iron Q t 2 11_ tDJjD vb. stop up, shut up, keep olose (NH id.; S DHD id.; Syr. p^> (^U» very rare); Ar. IjJL, dose door Lane 1334 , and Jol> Kam Frey, are perh. loan-words); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'D 2 Ch 32 30 ; Zmp/. 2 mpl. ItD^iDn 2 K 3"; 3 mpl.icnp? v 25 , 1»rpD>l 2 Ch 32*; Imv. ms. Dhp Dn 8 26 12 4 ; Inf. cstr. DtaDb 2 Ch 32'; i 3 *. pass. Dirip Ez 28 3 , Dnp ^ 5 1 9 , pi. D'pnD Dn 12 9 ;— 1. stop up springs of water 2 K 3 1925 2 Ch 32 3 - 4 , cf. v 30 . 2. shut up, keep close, prophetic words Dn 8 M 12 49 ; Dnpa ^ 51 8 m (the) cZo«*i (chamber of the breast; ||ninp)._ OVip-^3 Ez 28 3 usu. no secret is too dark for thee, but doubtful (v. II. QOy); ® <T<><t>°<, Co D'BDIO <Toy D , t?3D, or Berthol. D'PPJJ. Mipb.. /»/. cs«r. Dnpn? Ne 4 1 the breaches [in the walls] had begun to be stopped up. Pi. Pf. 3 pi. sf. D1OTD Gn 26 16 ; Impf. 3 mpl. sf. BMHSJ1 v 18 , both of stopping wells o/wite wp (R JE ). |""1J"^D vb. hide, conoeal (NH id., der. species ; X TO? Pa. Ithpa., Syr. >*&» Pe. Pt. pass., chiefly Pa. Ithpa., id.; Ar. J!£l veil, conceal, hide. Lane 1304 ; Eth. Mrd: (rare) Di 364 ); —Nipt. -P/. 3 ms. "WW Pr 27"+ 2 2 3 Qr (Kt -iriEtt); 2 ms. rrinDJ 1 S 20"; 1 pi. ^nnw is 28 15 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. TOfl Ho 13"+ ; 1 s. TTIBK Gn 4"+ ; 3 mpl. Wpjfl Am 9 3 ; 1 pi. "in?? Gn3i 49 , etc.; Imv. ms. iriBn Je 36 19 ; Inf. cstr. DB> iriDni) Jb34 re ; P<. "(BDJ >// 19 7 ; pi. D'Hnpj Dt 7 20 ;' fpl. H^J Dt 29 28 , ni- ^ 1 9 13 ;— 1. hide oneself, c. ? loc, 1 S 20 524 1 K 17 3 Je 23" so (fig.) Is 28' 5 '; c. CiV 1 S 20' 9 Jb 34 22 ; abs. Je 36 19 Pr 22 3 27 1S 28 s8 V 89 47 ; c. ^sp pers. Dt 7 20 Jb 13 20 , c. JP pers. 1//55 13 . 2. fee hid, con- cealed, esp. fig. of escaping God's notice, c. '?3P pers. Gn 4 14 (J), P.B?>P Je 16 17 , ^ "1J?P Am 9 3 , WB Is65 16 Ho 13 14 (subj. Drt, i.e. I will not repent, change my purpose of judgment), IP 1//38 10 Is 40 27 ; fr. heat of sun//i9 7 (i.e. it pene- trates everywhere); fr. birds Jb28 21 (of place of wisdom); recipr. Vijn.P tht 'DJ Gn 31 49 (J) when we are hidden each from the other (i.e. separated); abs. Nu 5 13 Jb3 a (whose way is hid sc. from himself), Zp 2 3 (i.e. escape '»'s judg- ment) ; pt. hidden, secret things, in gen. Dt 29^; of sins yfr 19 13 . Pi. Imv. fs. inp Is 1 6 3 carefully hide (i.e. slielter) the outcasts (Moab speaks to Zion). Pu. Pt. fs. nnjnDD nans* p r 2 7 5 Z<we care- fully concealed. Hithp. /mp/. 3 fs. iranon Is 29"; Pt. "itwpp 1 S 23 l9 + 3 t.; — hide oneself carefully, of David's taking refuge with (DV) Ziphites 1 S2 3 19 = V'54 2 (title), in (3) a hill 1 S 26 1 ; 'D 7H Is 45 15 a God that completely hides himself. Hipb.. Pf. 3 ms. l-ntpn ^, io" 2 2 2S ; 2 ms. nnnpn ^30" Is 64 s , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. "VPID! 1S20 1 , -iriD>i Ex 3 6 Jb3 w , sf. "nrip: V 27 s , D"l>jiD*l Je 36 26 ; 3 fs. sf. VTrnpro 2 Ch 22 11 ;

s. "iripKI Ez 39 23M , etc.; /ww. ms. "Wpn 1// 51"; 

/to/, abs. "Won Dt 3 1 18 Is 57 17 ; c*«r. "WO p r 2 5 2 (v. Kb 1313 and reff.; yet cf. inf. abs. $>3K v 27 ), inpb Is2 9 16 (Ges' 53 "); P«. "WPP Is 8 17 ;— conceal, hide: 1. a person from (P.BP) enemy

K u 3 = 2 Ch 22 11 ; subj.  c. IP ^ 64 s , abs. 

Je 36^; Aide anything from (IP) one 1 S 20 2 , a thing, in gen., Pr25 2 ; anything (fr. IP in || cl.) IS29 15 ; in gen. = slielter a person Jb 14 13 , c. 3 loc. (subj. *) +if 27 s 3 1 21 (all metaph.); toil (^pV), yjRJ Jb3 10 ; commands fr., IP pers. (subj. '*) ^ 1 19 19 ; hide one as arrow in quiver Is 49 s . 2. esp. hide the face : a. lit., of Moses Ex 3* (E), usu. fig. : b. subj. c. IP, i.e. be not observant of sin ^51", abs. iff 10"; more oft. C. ^ hides his face from (IP pers.), i.e. withdraws his favour, Mi 3 4 Is 8 1 ' 54 8 64 s Dt3i 17 32 20 Je33 5 EZ39 232429 +1? 22 2S 27 9 6 9 18 88 l5 i02 3 i43 7 ;abs.Dt3i 18 Jbi3 24 34 M f30 8 cf. 104 29 , 44 s5 ; 0")B om. IS57 17 ; cf - IS59 2 your sins have hidden (his) face from ()P) you ; of hiding one's face from (IP) shame, i.e. avoiding it Is 50 6 (of servant of ' , ). 111D

T113“; n.[m.] covering. hiding-place, «mom—abs. ’D Ju3"+, '“JP ZSI2"Pr 25“, mg, ‘4' I39“; cstr. ‘Dé x S 25’°+; at. W]? w :8" (ins. also 1| 2 s 2;" (ms Th Bu HPS), ‘15“? \P “9'”; Pl- DWI“? Pr 9";—1- WW. cm, 'l-jl',‘ 'D? I S 25“ under cover oftlus mt, tomenled by i ; of clouds as coming for " (shutting out his view) Jb u", of darkness (Lelde clouds)as '"s hiding-place (in theoph.) w :8" (:28 22“ v. supr.), so my; ’D 81“ hidi'ngflace of thunder; of sdulterer 0‘9? '5 D‘ip: Jb 24" i.e. disguiseth himself. 2. n. hidingrylacz, x s .9! Is gs" mam: ’9 Ct z“ (in fig; “1:59: 13),“ hippopot. Jb 40"; fig. of Isr. as shelter to Moub c. ‘1?!) Is r6“, of ideal Israelite, as D11 ’ D 32’, esp. of " as shelter: ' ’D 31“, Dél‘, ._ 'D




orwomw 139"(III’.;, ’D‘D‘g Jn 3‘9 a mum afsemcy, secret matter ; pl. abstr. intens. DWI}? Dd? Pr 9" bread of utter secrecy (Le. gained stealthily, D31)? D19);

 25” umgm of secrecy, i.e. slanderous ;

elsewhere '53 in gammy, secretly Dt I37 17"“ 28:1 2 s "I: JE 3711 33m 40» Is 45x: 48“: Jb 13m 31“ Pr 2!“ 4o 101‘.

712

‘11)}

1mg; u. shelter, protection, nah; 's Dt 32* (rd. peril. 1w, cf. Dr) M them (the strange gods) be over you w a shelter.

ham; run-an. a spy, from Asher ;— Nu :3“, ($1 inflow), (le Buvoup.

Tripp n.pr.m. a stite;—Ex an, e 2.7,... A map“, @L 2",...

hin n.[m.] place of shaltar; abs. D331; 155579 In 4" (fig. of "'s protection; cf. "‘99 18 32')

lumpy; n.[m.] secret plane, hiding- placs ,—nbs. ’n w 10' Hb 3"; man. p]. DWI??? Je [3‘71-6 t.; sf. WW??? Je 49‘°;—1. were! pWa), concealed from View, Je 13"; where treasures are stored Is 45‘. 2. hidingr place(s): a. for protection J e 23" 49‘“. b. for perpetration of crime, esp. murder: \lo 10‘ (lll'lhp), sim.of lion v9 [7", cf. Hb 3"; $64“; of '~ lying in wait La 3'" (as a lion).

hng n.[m.] hiding, act of hiding;— cm, mgr; use was»)? Is 53! and like H mm qffmfram him i.e. like one before whom the {we is hidden (eg. a leper, cf. Che”).