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

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שׁ

ti^ Sin, 2 1st letter (with E>) ; =300 in postB. Hebrew. •p, also (tGn6 3 [? v. 4 a], Ju 5" Cti 7 Jb i'f>m) -V, f in nriNB> fJu 6 17 , and K> in KW^ t Ec ■", nrf f3 13 (elsewhere before gut't. E>, as "3KB' tCt i 6 Ec 2 18 , PSB'tf 146 3 , DnB> + Ct6 5 La 4", by& t Ju 7' 2 8 26 , 'tfbf t Ct 5 2 ), rel. part, who, which, that, etc. (constantly in NH ; Aram, of Nerab, LdzV 7 '-" 5 ; As. sha; Ph. C'N (regularly), also sometimes C (Ldzb 227 '): ace. to Ges Ew» 181b 01 ,, - 439 Sta» 176 ', abbrev. from IS*; more prob. (Sperling [v-fte], Ko"-" 23 ') an original demonstr. part.), syn. with "&&, but in usage limited to late Heb., and passages with N. Palest, colouring, viz.t Ju 5 77 [IK'S v 27 ], 6 ,7 7 ,2 8 M 2K6"(v.4c),Joni 7 - ,2 4 10 [12*Kiit.l, f 122 34 123 2 I24"-* 129" 133 23 I35 2 - 8 ' 10 136 23 I37 8 - 9 144 15 146 35 La 2 1516 4 9 5 18 Ezr 8 20 1 Ch 5 20

s7 , Ct (uniformly, except in title i 1 ), Ec 

(68 t.; 1f«8 9 t.); also (dub.) Gn 6 3 4 9 ,0 (nW © <3 $), Jb 19 29 ; and in the n.pr. (q.v.) W'i? and PNB'Wtp. — In usage, •£?* is in the main parallel with "&*, viz. 1. as pron. who, which, whom, Ju 7 12 &r nab bvf bins ( c f. i>in c), V' 122 3 124 6 etc.; him whom, that which, etc., Ct i 7 3 1 1 Ch 27 s7 Ec 1" 6 3 v;n »5J vn»3> Dni and much (vb.) is that which his days amount to (Hi De al.), v'°; -f KWl that which i 9 - 9 ; in the genit, -f nfK t^ 137 s8 146 5 .— On -^np in Ec = whatever, wliat, v. DO 1 e J. 2. as a connecting link; = where (cf.f'K p. 81, and 4b(3), •E' Dipt? tEci 7 1 ^(cf.lK/K taipo Gn 3 9 20 + : Ges 5130c ), whither +122* (. . . DBfe^'wAere Ct8 s Ec 1 2 3 • f Di>3 ( c f. ib. 4 b a). ' 3. as a conj . (cf. ">Si< 8);— a. that, after ™n Ec 2 13 3 18 , yT i 17 2 14 9 s Jb 19 19 (1 v. p. 192b), "ifn Ec 2", i»K

r 2 mH»

bxti

28 , =nW$ 2 K 1 9 25 (Ges* B 'Ko U70 ,who follow 

van d. H. in giving TliNB'n? as Qr, but v. Baer Gi), to cause . , . cities to crash into ruined heaps. tniNlIJ Kt, n«itt} Qr, n.f. devastating storm;— sim.Pr i 57 (|| i1S*D). V. flNiS*, ./il. NIB*. trWWJ n.f. ruin;— Is 2 4 12 (late). t JIN© n.m."° ,0 ' " roar (of waters, etc.), din, crash, uproar; — abs. '{? Ho io" + ; cstr. liNE* Isi3 4 + ; sf. BiiNf 5 14 ;— 1. roar of water (waves), Isi7 ,2 (||nDn), sim. of noise of invading host, so v 13 , but del.DuChe Hpt Marti, as doublet; roar of this host v ,2 (|| Jinn), c f. D^ip jiNS? Jesi 55 ; of waves also ^r 65 s8 ; of din or crash of battle Am 2 2 Hoio 11 + 74 s3 ; 'B> *J3 Je48 45 (i.e. war- riors); of battle in which beats down his foes Je 25 : ", cf. Is66 6 ; of gathering hosts Is 13; CTH 'V 25 s (Du Marti, plausibly, D""!!^?, as 13"); id. 'V also prob. (for IJNB*, q.v.) 2 K ia™= Is 37 29 ; in mocking appell. of Pharaoh (Necho), Je 46 17 'B (& i< of roaring (of waters? fig., cf. D:p-"i3P5?D 6 9 where also || |V); Thes al. 0/ destruction (v. v 2), but against usage of jiNS"; > Du prop, we* -ria ( c f. we? nsj is 30 28 ). triStt? n.f. doubtful word; perh.(for ♦TINS') din of battle (= |iNB>) ; Thes a 1 . devastation, cf. n W ; either meaning suits Tftl La3 47 (|| ">5f n ; but'We Comp H "- l3il , from II. N1B>, desolation); contr. (ace. to Thes and mo^t) rp, in TIB' '03 Nu24 ir (J) sons o/(battle-)c£m (warriors, =33 jiNe* in || Je 48 45 ); Vim take TIB* here as n.pr.; Gray prop. nbrrnNb, pride, or reading as Je, cf. We 00 ""- *'. fll. [JlNt^] vb. Hithp. gaze (appar. || form of nyB*, q.v.); — Pt.ms.rh nNne>o e»Nn Gn 2 4 21 ( J ) the man was gazing at her (Ges * 13 ° *) . [BNtt?], 8MBJ v. II. ttft n*N© v. I. ,W. /Kti^ vb. ask, inquh-e (NH id. ; As. - t no _ t y Sa'dlu, Ar. JUL, Eth. AftA: Sab. ?NDD request, petition, Horn chrMI - 124 Levy-Os ZM0 *■ « m >- 163 ; Aram. MI, ^NB*; OAram. Zinj. W Ldzb 371 , Nab. Hiph. lend Id'";— on V cf. Jastr ,BLl " (i9oo) l8 2<r.^._ Qaj py_ 3 m g ^ J U g» +i W Ju

26 +2 t,; consec. ^ b*V) NU27 21 ; sf. ^^ 

consec. Gn 32 18 (Ges' 64 '), ^"Nfl consec. Ju 4 20 ;

s. sf. fflW 1 S i :o , VWijJNB' J u i 3 '«; 3 pi. g f. 

U1?NB> ^ 1 37 ' ; 2 mpl. Dn W 1 S 1 2" (del. ® Th We Dr and most), Jb 21 29 , "tWJ'KB-'* consec. iS 25 s , etc.; Imp/. 3 ms. •NB*Ex22 13 - r ,etc.; Imv. W Is 7" + ,wbm Ls 45 " ( < "i^NBto WeirChe al.), etc.; Inf. abs. 7iNB> Gn 43 7 +; cstr. ?NB>b Ju 1 " + , etc. ; Pt. act. bt& 2 S 3 13 + , fs. T^Ne* i'k 2 20 K , mpl. d"b0n 1 S 8 10 ; ^ass^Ne? i 2 " 2 K 6 s ;— . a. ask, ask for, ace. rei (vel pers.) Ju 5 25 8 20 1 K 3 ,0 f 1 2 2" ( = pray for) + j »d£ WsrriN 'V 1K19 4 Jon 4 s , i. e. pray for death, but Jl> 31 30 demand the life of another TyN3 by a curse; c. ? pers. 1 K 2 2222 + (? pers. reflex.) 1 S 1 2 1719 4- ; c. IP pers. Ju 8 24 (ace. cogn.), Ezr 8 K 2010' + ; sq.inf. 1K3"; sq.cl. J^HW TO '0 1 K 3 5 = 2 Ch I 7 , cf. 2 K 2 9 ; c. ace. + T1ND pers. 1 S 8'° f 2 7 4 (from '•')+; 4- DJip pers. Is 7" (from '>) + ; c. ace. pers. (from whom) + rei tV' 137 3 ; ate. om. Is 7 12 1 S 1 2 20 1 K 2 20 , c. f? pers. ^ 2 s ; abs. Mi7 3 f io5 40 (of prayer); ?iNfl> rptfjpn 2 K 2 10 , i.e. thou hast asked for a difficult thing. — iS 2 20 v. Hiph.. b. specif, ask as a favour, for tem- porary use, i. e. borrow (cf. Hip, as matter of business, v.Bu 181,28 ), Ex 2 2 13 (E; ace. rei + DVP pers.), 2 K 4 3 (ace. rei 4- JO of source + b pers. reflex.), 6 5 (pt. pass, abs.) ; so also (ace. to many), c.acc. rei Ex 3 22 ( 4- 'Q pers.), 1 1 2 1 2 :ii (both + nxp pers. ; all E), — it is, however, not clear that there was any pretext of mere temporary use ; pt. pass, '"b PINK* 1 B i 23 (lent, granted,) made over to (in effect pass, of Hiph., q. v.). c. in weakened sense, seek, desire (late), c. ace. 2 Ch 11 23 Ec2 10 (subj.n?); Pr 2 o 4 in harvest he shall look [for a crop], fW and there shall be none. 2. a. inquire of, c. ace. pers. 4- TON? before inquiry Gn 32"* (E), 44 l9 (J)4-; c.TONI Ju4 20 ,TON>l,etc.,Gn24 47 (J), Je 3 7 13 ; sq.TONl without ace. pers. Gn 32 :i0 (J), cf. 1 S 19 22 , sq. TON.b Jos 4 6 (JE) ; c. ace. pers. 4- ^5? rei Ne i 2 ; ?y rei alone, Ec 7 10 (4-np3nD, i.e. prompted by wisdom) ; c. ace. pers. + rei (about which) 2 S 14" Is45 n 4-4 t.; ace. pers. 4- indir. quest. Ju 13 6 ; c. ace. pers. only, Ju8" 1 S25 8 Dt 32' 4-, inquire of beasts (ace.) Jb 12 7 ; c. ace. rei only, Jeso 5 ; c. b pers. = ace. 2 K 8 6 (K6 8) ' n '» 289h ) ; c. b rei about which Gn26 7 (J), 32 M (J), Jui3 18 2Sn ; Je6 16 Jb8 8 , also (4- TON? before the inquiry) Gn 43 7 (J), and (sq. direct question) Dt4 32 ; c. ? pers. about whom, Gn43 27 (J), cf. phr. of greeting, Di?^? »Tiyi|> B*^ 'B* Exi8 7 (E) Vtttf

blHttJ ask each for (or about) his fellow as to welfare, cf. tJu 18" i S io 4 I7 K 25 s 30 21 [read "h 0$* © <o We Dr HPS Bu] 2 S 8"' Je 15 5 1 Ch 18'°; sq. direct question only, iS 1 7" Je i8 13 (c.3 loc), sq. indirect question only (c. DK) Je 30 6 ; *B"H^ 'C 'fi Gn 24 s7 (J); abs. make inquiryDt 1 3 li (+B'l^ , "^P). tb. inquire of, consult, deity, oracle, etc. (Jastr JBLx " (,900, ' 88B ), sq. ace. "• 'B Jos 9 14 (JE), Is 30 2 , 65 1 (|| B>i?3) ; elsewhere in Hex only (ace. om.), Nu 27 21 (P; c. 7 pers. for whom, +3 instr.), cf. Jos 19 50 ; also 31K 't? Dt 18" (pt. as subst.; Jager BAS "' 292 cp. As. massaku sa sd'ili, i. e. skin-vessel of the oracle-seeker, cf. Jastr J1 """ ( " 0l,) ' 96ff '); c. ace. of human agent iS 28 16 Je38" 27 ; usu. (ancient usage, chiefly Ju Sm) -»«!? "3 'V (? perh. orig. local, so GFM, or instr.), Ju i l 20 23 1 S 2 3 2 30 s 2 S 2 1 5"= I Ch 14'°; "ibN.Pom. 1 S io M (sq. direct question), 22 10 (7 pers. for whom), 2 3 4 28 6 2 Ss 21 =i Ch 14" Ju 20 27 ; D'n^a 'B* Ju 1 8 5 2o' 8 1 S 1 4 37 (sq. direct question), also (7 pers. for whom), 22 13 - 1S ; 'v 'ttt "OT3 2 S 16 23 ; likewise iSJ?3 'B» Ho 4 12 (i.e. his' idol), BWWI3 Ez 2i= 6 , 3^K3 1 Ch 10"; perh. =receive as oracle Dti8 16 ( Dy»), Jastr lc -. Niph. ask for oneself (Ges S51e ), specif, ask leave of absence, c. Jt? pers. : Pf. 3 ms. + Inf. abs. 7NBO bm 3 1 S 20 6 (sq. inf.), v 29 (sq. 15? J J ins. 7 inf. HPS); P/. 1 s. I^TT? ^se>3 Ne 13 6 (abs.). +Pi. 1. inquire carefully: Impf 3 mpl. + Qal Inf. abs. &Kt£ ?^ 2 S 20 ,s (Bu prop. Qal Impf. W?*), c. 3 loc; on foil, context v. WeDrHPSBu. 2. beg, practise beggary, Pf. 3 pi. l7N?h (consec.) ^ 1 09 10 . Hiph. (prop. ?e< one ask [successfully], give, or ZemZ, on request, then) grant, make over to (as a favour, with or without request) : Pf 1 s. sf. VirpNB'n '"b 1 S i 29 / have made him over to (cf. Dr HPSBu and Qal Pt. pass., ib.); perhaps also read 3 fs. '"? n^wn 2 20 (whom) she hath made over to 'i (for "7 7t?B>) Bu HPS (after © in part ; other conj. in Dr) ; Impf 3 mpl. sf. rei DWtBty Ex 1 2 M (E) and they handed tliem over. T 7N© n.pr.m. with foreign wife, Ezr io 29 , © 2aovia, ©L A<T<rnrj. VlNCJ n.pr.m. (=asked (of '»), cf 7N"nW infr.; Palm. n.pr. N7W Lzb 371 Cooke 233 ) ;— 2aouX : 1. 3g7 1st king of Isr., 1 S or 3 - 3 - 6 (son of Kish, aBenjamite)+ 359 t.Sm, 28 1. iChr, ^i8' 52' 54' 57' 59' (all »n titles); 'E> ny33 Is io 29 (and 1 S n 4 15 34 ; 2 S 21 6 v. 11. n$D3). +2. a king of Edom Gn 3 6 3?33 (P)= 1 Chi 48 - 4 '. t3. ason of Simeon Gn46'°Ex6 ,5 Nu26 l:i (all P)= 1 Ch 4 24 . +4. a Levite 1 Ch 6 9 . T'TWMttJ adj. gent, of 3 supra: e. art.= n.pr.coll.'#nNu26 13 (P). rh&ti is 7" v. bSKv 1. tn^Ntt.' [1. i~n©] n.f. request, thing asked for ;—'«?' Ju 8 24 + ; sf. vfygjf 1 S 1 27 + , viW Jb 6 s , TjnW Est 5 6 + , irb& 1 s i 17 , °vfl!& V' Io6U ;— !• request, petition, Ju 8 24 1 K 2™- :0 (both ace. cogn. c. b«f), Est 5 6 - 7 (c. jnj =grant), 7' ; ' 3 9 12 . This passes easily into 2. iAiny asfocZ /or, 1 S 2 20 , c. (03 1 »■» Est 5 9 f 1 o6 15 ; 'V Ki3ri Jb 6 9 .— 11. n^ v. infr. bitP&X n.pr.m., v. p. 84a. T[n7^tt??D] n.f. request, petition; — pi. cstr.^ TVNpQ yj, 3 f (c.-jrij, of '1); sf.TC^F? 20*(c.Kfc?,of'*). T7^JjHMttJ n.pr.m. (I have asked (him) of God; on ace. cf. (late) V ,1 37 3 ); — fi rs ' son of Jehoiachin and uncle of Zerubbabel ace. to 1 Ch 3 ,r (cf. v 18 - 19 ); but Z.'s father Hg i 1 2 23 Ez3 2S Ne 12 1 (attempts at explan. in Be Kit Benz). — Zau8tr}. t^iNtf, hiV0 n.f.* 8613 (appar. m. Jb 2 6 8 cf. Is l 4 9 ,'v. Albr ZAW,v,<199,!) ' H ) She'61, under- world (Alub.; 7NE', i.e. place of inquiry (ref. to necromancy) Jastr Am. Js»m. um. m. w ci jbl «u ). 88 «r. (J erem LetKnn.d.Tod. 109 , Q r( fa E^ScM- dung'); Thes Bb De, ° U159 Di al. cp. -/b$V, whence b^V hollow hand, etc.; 'ty then=hollow place, 'llblle,' hell; other conj. v. Hup p "- 6 ' 6 De"' "• " Beer 8 ""- H * dM in Holtzmann FMt8abe ' >**• ,s ; most now refrain from positive etymology (e.g. Buhl); OAram.7lNK*,Syr."^c£j».; As. su-alu is dub. : so read and interpr. Dl p * m ; rrol - 47 - 14i Jastr Am. j. e«m. un S . xi,. 165 if. Ency _ Bib.'"- ; opp. by Bertin TSBAVIII.M. J en Ko,mol.mir. Zim KAT3.636 ft] . y _ a]g() Muss-Arnolt JBI "" (,892 ,M and reff.);— alw. abs., 71NB ; Dt32 22 +52t,n__Gn42 38 f 9 ,s ; 7N^iK 2 6 Jb^ 16 , n_Gn37 33 +7t.; + Is 7 "(so read for n *?W Aq 2 e Du Che and now most);— 1. tJie underworld, nWUJ 'V Dt 32", nnnp Is 14 9 ; rroo 'tJto p r i 5 2, ' ; || nj» 5 5 7^ Ct 8 6 ^8 9 43 ; whither men descend at death, Gn 37 s5 (E), 42 s9 44 29 - 31 (J), iS 2 6 1K2" Jb7 9 2i ,3 Isi4 llli V'88 4 , ]MttJ

INC? and Korah and associates go down alive by '*'s judgment, Nu i6 3033 (J), cf. ^ 55 16 ; under mts. and sea Jb 26* (cf. V), 'B* JD3 Jon 2 3 (cf. v 7 ); with bars Jb 1 7 16 (si vera 1. : v. © Du) ; '&* '? Vn4i 7 ; '# *0 Is 3 8 10 ; personif. Is 2 8 1MS (|| HID) as insatiable monster 5 14 Hb2 5 Pri 12 2 7 a> 30 16 ; as sa 'd (fig-) to have snares, 'B* van, f 1 8 6 = 2 S 2 2", cf. V *2fO V' 1 1 6 3 ; opp. (height of) D^BB* Am g 2 Jb 1 1 8 ^ 139* + (opp. nhyn'?) Is 7 11 (v. supra); dark, gloomy, without return Jb 1 7" (cf. v' 6 7 9 1 o 21 1 6 22 ; all being alike 3 1719 2 1 23 " 26 ); without work or knowledge or wisdom, ace. to Ec 9 V6 - 10 (cf. Jb 14 21 , and v. tTNB") sub HST ; yet cf. Isi4 9f ). 2. condition of right- eous and wicked disting. in '{? (later than 1 S 28, esp. inWisdLt) : a. wicked lty*$ ««* ^ 9 ' 9 , '£?!> «3V 31"; death is their shepherd, without power and honour they waste away 49 151i ; 'ty consumes them as drought water Jb 24"; righteous dread it because no praise or presence of God there (as in temple) >//■ 6 6 (cf. 88 6 ), Is 38"; deliverance from it a blessing f 30 4 86 13 Pr 23 14 . In Ezek. 'e> is land below, place of reproach, abode of uncircumcised Ez

i>-"-"32 J 

b. righteous shall not be aban- doned, 'vb f i6 ,0 (|| nne* q. v .; opp. D^rj n# etc., v", cf. 17 15 ), is ransomed from 'b> 49 16 (cf. 73 23!i Is 57 1 ' 2 ) ; cf. Job's expectation and desire Jbi4 I3 i7 ,3 (cf.io 21 i9 25f ). 3. later distinction of places in 'b> : a. depths of '&* for sensualist Pr9 ,s . b. t^SISi 'V Pr 25", v. fi^K. [«# and 113, q.v., when || 'ty, are usu. in bad sense (^88*); prob. = pit in V, >'e> itself as pit; words at least prepare for local distinctions of postB. Judaism and NT.] 4. '{J* fig. of ex- treme degradation in sin Is 57 s ; as place of exile for Israel Ho i3 1414 (cf. Is 26"). t [|K#] vb. Pa'l. (Ges t56d ) be at ease or at peace, rest securely (Syr. JuL pacify, xJL, Eth. (fiiii peace) ;—Pf. 3 ms. pKB> Je 4 8", *&[ consec. 30"' + ; 3 pi. VM& Jb3"; — be at ease, secure, undisturbed by ill fortune : '&) OpB'l 1 ,_ !np m Je 3 o ,0 = 4 6 2 "; 48' 1 (of Jfoabj ; nfj ina» 'V Pr i 33 ; of rest from trouble, etc., in grave Jb 3". IHttJ v. ]»& rvs. +^NT adj. at ease, secure (Ba NB » 143 « Ges H<bkj!_ abs _ /p Ig 33 2„ ; pL tffffg Am 6 1 + , ni3?NtJ>Is 3 2 9n - ls ;— -1. at ease, secure: 'V mj IS33 20 secure habitation (of Jerus.), cf. 'B* riinwtp 32 18 (|| D'ntpaO). 2. as subst., one at ease, free from misfortune, Jb 12 s . 3. at ease, with collat. idea of careless, wanton, arrogant, Am 6' IS32 9 " Zc i lb ^r 123 4 . 4. as subst. abstr. = arrogance: sf. ^(0 aKl9" (|| ^]P.m) = Is 3 7 28 , but <VW thine uproar, Bu**""" 1 »m. ae Gr Che Mart | K - t (perh.), Bur. Cf. ptibv. "CMUJ Je 30" Kt v. DDB>, nDB>. fl. 'lh?^ vb. gasp, pant, pant after, long for (so X Jb 7 2 );— Qal Pf. 3 ms. **V consec. Jb 5 s , 3 fs. H3NE' Je 2 24 , 3 pi. ««# 1 4 6 ; Impf. 3 ms. «|KB« Jb f, etc.; Ft. act. t$t0 Ec I s ; — 1. gasp, as a woman in travail, fig. of', Is 42" (|| DB'J); pant after, snuff up the wind (ace), of wild ass Je 2 24 14 6 ; constr. praegn. 'B> iDiptp-pKl Ec i 5 unto his place he panteth (comes panting), of sun under fig. of racer. 2. gasp or pant with desire •<// 1 19 131 (|| 3*0); pant after, be eager for, c. ace. Jb 5 s (cf. CtMf p. 855 b ), f (II n J£)> 36 20 (but obscure in context). fll. [*M*Xl£'] vb. crush, trample upon (|| form of *|*> (q.v.), if pointing right, cf. Kb 1439 ; We Now read D'ONC*, etc., from V(i0, cf. Ges* 72p ; perh. orig. pulverize by rubbing, but also appar. by pounding, stamping, tread- ing, Levy ChWB «|W», Jastr Dtet - »f«>, *KV ;— most make=I.flN'B',but Vrss render as above) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. >lht*f +56*, 3 pi. tttttjf v 5 ; Inf. ubs. *XV Ez 36 s ; PL sf. , 'B^fc ! ^57 4 ; pi. W2W Am 2 7 8 4 ; — trample upon, crush (the poor, etc.), fig., c. ace. pers. Am 8 4 ; strangely 2" (We Now Marti del. H(Pt!J , ! , V I which Torrey JBL " (1S98 >- U2 expl. as old doublet, cf. @@ ; AYRY pant after the dust, etc., hyperb. for extreme avarice, cf. Hi Dr ; but Dr thinks 35 poss. original : crush the heads ofthepoorupon the dust [cf. Is 3 14 J, in any case del. 3 after '& crush); a'aBJ? D2ns TSh ntee* Ez 36 s ; ^ 56 s 57 4 and (ace. ora.) 50 3 . I. IKt^ vb. remain, be left over (svn. - T 133 v J •«:) (NH id.; X IKf; Sab. 1ND remaining Hom chr 124 ; Ar. '}L,'jl, be left over, Lane, cf. Lag GGNi899,j9 7 . OAram. -IKB> remainder, Nab. rmKB>, v. Lzb 371 SAC 110 );— t Qal Pf. 3 ms. V i S 1 6 11 the youngest still remains. Niph. 93 Pf. Sms.-iSB*? Gn47 13 + ; sfs.n-JNB'j Jos 13 1 Dn io 8 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. "IXB 1 ? Is n 1116 , "IK^JI Gn 7 s3 , etc.; PC. "$?? Gn 3 2 9 -(-, ISB/WI Ez 9 8 (read -mi Hi Toy Krae, 1#K1 Sm ; "del. © Hi Co Siegf Berthol); f. ■TlKE'J 2 K 19 50 = Is 37 31 , niNfJ Ex io 5 2 Ch 3 o 6 , JTJ^J Jos 13 2 , etc.;— IMtf

"*W5 . be left owr(sts.||Vri3) Ex8 57 io ,9 i4 28 (allJ) > Jos ii 4! (D) > Ju 7 s 2 S 14' + ; in restrictive cl. J1?*T '3 K7 2 K 24 14 tliere were left only, etc., 131 DN Witp '3hN "J?^ ' 3 * ? Gn 47 18 (J); sq. ace. adv. (Ges» U8 «j,'or appos., Dt 4 s7 Ezr p 14 , cf. DVD <riD3 '3 Dt 28 C2 (Ges s "<"); sts. c. 3 loc. Ex 8" (J), Je 38 s + ; c. J1K (prep, loc.) tJos 23 712 (D); c. IP = 6e left from (of) tEx io 5 (J), Dt 3 11 Jos 13 12 (D), Is 1 1" 16 Je 8 31 (pt.; v b del. 'an ©(©HiGfGieCo), Nei 23 , riy& cyo '3 Je 42 s ; c. ? <o or /or, t2 K 10" (pt.), Zc 9 7 2 Ch 21", lian-f? D?^ 'HJ Ex io 5 , cf. 2 Ch 30 6 and (3 loc. for 7) Je 21' ; c. 3, in, among, of, 1 1 S 11" Is 17 6 Je 34 7 37 10 Lv 26 3639 (H ; pt.), 25 M (P; of years), even D^S If? 5 9 (P) </*> rest of the blood; c. 7JJ ti S5 4 ; c. inf. W#"|j> '3 tJosi3'(D); =6« Ze/t aZive, survive, tGn7 23 (J), EZ9 8 (but on text v. supr.); 'in = the survivors, iGn 1 4 W 1 Sn"Ez 17 21 ; pt.as term. techn. = <Ae (purified) remainder, remnant (cf. iw, nnge») is 4 3 (3 loc. ; II "ipton), 2 Ch 34 21 (3 loc). — '3H 1 S 9" is dub.; what is left over, in polite depreciation, Bu; read "W^n HPS. . 6e 7e/J behind, Ex io 26 (E), Nu 11 26 (JE); c.i , !3bGn42 39 (J), cf.Is49 21 Dnio 8 ; of widow Ru i 3 ^ + Jt? of the de;id v 5 . + Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. IWn Exio' 2 +, etc.; Imj>f. 3 ms.'WE': Dt 28", 1 pL"H#3 1 S U 36 (Ges* 488 ^ 09 ^©'"- 4 "'), etc.; /«/ cs<r. 1*NB'n Ezr 9 s , v. also infr.; — 1. leave over, sjyare, c. ace. Ex io 12 (E), 2 K 25 s2 Je49 9 =Ob 5 , Jos 1 i 14 (D), Ju6 4 ; 'B»K TB^ r6tpK Je 50 2 *; esp. "Pits' 'B'n SO leave no survivor, Jos io 28 , cf. v 30 -' ,; - 39 - 40 (all D), so 'fe> 'Bfrl W^-H? (sts. c. 7 pers.) Nu 2 i 3b (E)=Dt 3 3 , cf. Dt 2 34 Jos 8 12 1 1 9 (both JE), io^D), 2 K 10", and ^30 73 17 'eft Dt 28" (in all these rd. Inf. cstr. 'tin , v?Dr Dt3 ' 3i7 ' 24 ); c. 3, among, of, 1 S 14 36 , 3 loc. 1 K 19 18 Zp 3 12 (in both of preserving a pious remnant, cf. "Wf, nnsp), also 2 K 3 s5 (Bur rds. r.'33 for n*33K, Kit D'VjX, cf. KloBenz); c. b pers. Dt 28" iKi5 9 i6 u 2Ki3 7 En-9»; e.P, from, of, 2 K 10", ft? part. 1 S 25 s2 2 K 2 5 ,2 = Je 52", Je 39 10 . 2. Zetn-e or keep over (fl? part.) till morning Nu 9 12 (P). 3. HND V% Am 5 3 the city shall Jtave 1 00 left, cf. v 3 . 4. Zeai* as a gift, .1313 .nriN 'tym Jo 2 14 .— We Now read "1KB'?. Mai 2", v! "IKB*. ' t-»Ntt} n.m I» it, 14 rest, residue, remnant (=inj, esp. Is. and late ; on form Ko"- 1,141 No B«u.«. 8 . ln .w. 3 o)._' E? abg Isi 4 -" 2 + , cstr. Is 1 o" ■+■ ; — rest, residue, remainder, of trees Is 1 o 19 , silver 2 Ch 24 14 , city 1 Ch 1 1 8 , territory Est 9 12 ; rioV *3?1 'b 2 CI19 29 (1TIJ in || 1 K 1 1 41 , and usu. in like phrase, v. p. 451 f.); of men 1 Ch 16 41 Ezr 3 8 4 3 7 Ne 1 o 29 1 1 120 Est 9 16 ; of Moab Is 1 6", Aram 17 3 ( = last remnant), archers of Kedar 21 17 ; Uposterity, T$}} J" 2 } '^ 00 Is 14 22 (of Babylon); ?5?3n 'tS> Zp i 4 ,"i.e. Baal, to the last remnant, vestige (so We al.; © DB*, cf. Schwally NowGASm); term. techn. = purified remnant of Israel (Gie Be,,rt «'""-) Is io M (|| HD^B), v 21 - 21 - 22 jjn.ie 28 5._^ nn 'W Mai 2 15 is obscure; read vfy 'I Wl We Now, cf. GASm. ta^tth "TNtt5 n.pr.m. of Isaiah's son Is 7 3 (=a remnant shall return, cf. io 21 ; ® 6 Kara- ct(f>d(t 'l<X(TOVp. T fP'INtt) n.f. rest, residue, remnant, re- mainder (=:"IKB>); — 'gj abs. 2Si4 7 + , cstr. Ez 3 6 3 + , rnr (Ges* 231 ) 1 Ch 12 39 (van d. H. v 38 ); sf. WV8? Is H 30 Ez 5 10 , in- Is 44 17 , on. Je 15 9 ; — 1. rest, what is left, of wood IS44 17 , land 15 9 (||nC^B), Je 47 4 - 5 EZ25 16 ; nbn 'tS> i/'76"isdifficult(Gr[cf.Che]prop.nDn//aTOfi</i, Dun'BN<«6e«); r«s< of princes Je39 3 , of nations ( = the other nations, Toy) EZ36 3 ' 45 ; of Israel 1 Ch 1 2 s0 (van d. H. v 38 ), 2 Ch 34 9 Ne 7 71 (van d. H. v' 2 ); =lait remnant of people, Philistines Am i 8 (cf. We), Is 14 30 , Edom Am 9 12 , Anathoth Jen 23 , Ashdoc^s 20 , Babylon 50 26 , Amalek iCh 4 «( + nD^Bn), Isr. 2K21 14 Je6 9 15 9 ; remnant left after catastrophe Am 5 15 Je 8 3 24 s 40 1115 I 10.16 4Z W3... 43 o 44 l=14.28 Ez 5 10 9 8 j j 13 Hag 1 ,214

2 ; even 'vh ny.WnS "Rtpbl Mi 4 7 (as promise, 

|| D«J! "ia, cf. Gie B<!l,ri " ,e ' 42, •); = survivors Je44 7 , 3 inn T -|» 'm 2 Ch 36 20 ; = faithful remnant of Israel or Judah (term, techn. of proph., cf. 1XB' ad fin.), 2 K i 9 4 =Is 3 7 4 , 2 K 19 31 (|| ncbs)= Is 37 3i (|| id.), Mi 2 12 5 6 - 7 7 18 Ezr 9" (|| id.), Is 4 6 3 Je 23 s 3 1 7 Zp 2 7 - 9 (|| in;), 3 » Zc 8 "- 12 . 2. remainder = descendants (= _ WB' Is 14 22 ): Gn 45 7 , 'B* QB/ 2S14 7 . II.nKt^'('/offoll.; cf.As.*«rM,Pun.nNB', o flesh, At. *U blood-revenge, so Sab. isn, Sab. Denkm. No • 6 • 1 ' 7 ; perhaps orig. blood (cf. Je 51 35 ), Nb zMGx.(if).723 and Id* 101 , who cp. Mand. Nm , n = )U!L conscience, mind, etc., perh. prop. midriff, cf. Hoffm ""'•). tlMtp n.m. ^"• 26 flesh (perh. orig. the inner flesh, full of blood, next the bones, cf. Hoffm ZAwiiKiwxHW and nb> 3 =(orig.) flesh next the skin);— V abs. 1// 78 2027 , cstr. Mi 3 s + , sf. '1W mNo

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Je 51 35 (r 73 M , etc.;— 1. _/&»/» ; a. as food, Ex 2i I0 (HPS also 1 S9 24 , for-Wf ?n), f vS^dl Dnb), v* (|| HJJ ^y); fig. Mi 3 2 (II -iiy), v 3 (|| id.)', Je 5 1 35 (|| D^). b. fig. for physical power ^ 73 s6 ( + 33.b), Pr 5" ( + lb3). a. in HP=/ZesA- (= blood-) relation (i. e. one near of kin): "WE? TO Lv i8' 2 , cf. v 13 20 19 , also i8' 7 (read VW for nw, © Ew Dr-Wh ; cf. Di Baen); + 3*% T7Uai»Nuaj"j nc'3'B i Lvi8 6 25 49 . 3.= self, Pr 1 1 17 (||C33). mwy Lvi8 17 v. ~>»p 2. trnstp n.pr.f. ' daughter ' of Ephraim ; — t ire V CI17 24 (v. also n.pr.loc. 'B> fH* p. 25a supr.); © B titcivots t. Karakoinois, but ®L (cf. © A ) f] 8vydrr)p aiirov "S.apaa. rHNIttJO v. p. 6o2 a supr. riN© v. mi. t N3tt? n.pr.gent. et terr. Sh^ba, in SW. Arabia T (Sab. K3D DHM ZM ° """"' < la83) ' 9 , K3D vb.= make campaign Mordt HI72 or expedition Sab. Denkm. N °- ,1,;u4 ; cf. DSMargoliouth 11 " 1 - DB SHEBi rB E "" BlbSBEBA andreff.);— Sheba: 'VTrabn 1 K I0 i.4..o. 1 3_ 2Ch9 ,. 3 .9. 12 . tj *a«,p ^ ?2 io. famous for trade, tf »J^I Ez 2 7 22 - 23 ', '£? nb^n Jb 6 19 (|| NOPl); yielding costly wares Ez 38 13 , '# 2H1 ^ 72 1S , 'Bt? njb|> Je 6 20 (II prpo jokd, c f. ML), paying homage and tribute to Israel in future Is 60 6 ; descended from (Yoktan and) Shem Gn io 28 (J)= 1 Ch i 22 , from (Yokshan and) Abr. and Keturah Gn 25 3 (J'?)= 1 Ch i 32 (i.e. a north- ern branch of Sheba, + JTI, q.v.), but from B'G Gn io 7 (P)= 1 Ch i 9 ; marauders,N.Arabia,Jbi 15 . t^^ltp] adj. gent, only pi. as subst., VNB& (BaerGinsb ttfef) Jo 4 8 (|| P*tJ 'irbtf, cf. Je 6 20 supr.), > © Me Now VlBv into captivity. I. IQttf (NH 32? Pi. hew; Ar. J^, cut, Aram. (Talm.) H3B* splinter, cf. Hand. dim. N , JUNE'No , " 4( '). t O^l^ti? n. [m.] pi. probably splinters ; — frajW ^}f njn; 'tf Ho 8 6 (cf. We; Vrss appar. conjecture). II. 22ttf (As. JaJdftw, 6;a2«, cf. Syr. *» 6wm, )A.^»i ray, flash (Lexx., cf. PS); Ar. ^i is Wa«e wp (cf. Ba K85 °), but ySssB*! (Another etymology in Ber " 3 ' 22 )). t [S.'Otn] a. m. probably flame (BAram. W);- cstr. W* ^ Pia; l6*| Jb 18 s (|| nix); soEcclus8 10 45 19 . n ^ti^ vb. take captive (NH, OAram. id.; Ar. UL1 ((rt-); Aram. K3B*, U«.); — Qal P/. Sms-V Je 41' 4 ; sf. D3Bh (consec.) 43 12 (but rd. n?Cn Gie; Du conj. «J£j); 2 ms. JV?^ 2K6 22 <//68 19 , etc.; /ny?/ 3 ms. fl^l Nu 21 1 Je4i 10 , etc.; /mv.ms. n3^1 JU5 12 ; 7n/. cs<r.ri i i3e>0b 11 ; i>«. ac<. pi. D^y'ls 14 3 , etc.; pass. mpl. tt*Of Is6i fpl. cstr. Tffiff Gn 31 26 ;— ta&e captive: 1. a. c. ace. pers., Nu 24 s2 (JE), 1 S 30 2 2 K 5 2 6 s2 ( + 3 instr.) Je4 I 1010 (but v'° D Gie reads BJPf 3, cf. © Luc), v", Gn 3 4 29 (P), 2 Ch 2 8 8 ( + |t? part.), + 6 t.; 4- Je 43 12 appar. c. ace. idols (but v. supra ; ace. of land Gie). b. ace. v'fl Ob ", Bterjn 2 Ch 21 17 , cattle, etc., iCh 5 21 2 Ch 14". C. pt. in periphrast. conjug. (DIT3B7) Cab* VH1 Is 14 2 ; pt. c. sf.= their captives, etc., 1 K 8 40 = 2 Ch 6 36 , Is 1 4 2 Je 50 33 , + 5 t. ; pt. pass. Is 6 1 1 = captives; S'JJJ TY*2t?3 Gn 31 26 my daughters as captives of the sword. 2. c. ace. cogn. , 3B' Ju 5 12 lead captive thy captives, cf. jr 68 19 2 Ch 28' 7 , so ( + *!? pers.) Nu2i* (JE), and (ace. rtfitf) 2 Ch28 5n ; W$i 'V T)t2i vs =take him captive. tNiph. be taken captive: Pf. 3 ms. naBO, of man Gn 14 14 , of beast Ex 22" (E), of " 115? Je i3 17 ; 3 pi. Wh human subj. 1 S 30 s6 iK8 47 = 2 Ch6 : ' 7 , Ez6 9 . t^aty n. m. I,49>24 captivity, captives (coll.) ; — 'e? abs. Ex 1 2 M + , cstr. Ezr 2 ' 4- ; ^B/ Nu2i' + ; sf. 1)32* Ju 5 12 , < i , 3B'Dt2i 10 , D3 , 3B* NU31 19 , etc.; — l.=state of captivity /$? 7]bn Am 9 4 Dt 28 4 ' Na 3 10 Je 20 6 22 s 30 16 Ez 12" ( + n^i33), 30 1718 Is 4 6 2 Lai 18 , ="2f ^n v 6 ; K3J '3^3 Dnn 8 ; f*2 fnj Ezr 9 7 , Iffy JTJJ ^78", i3|3 n^ J e 4 8 46 ; *^ *?$ iB'si J e 15 2 43 11 , y$ Onfij) 2 Ch 2 9 9 ;'" , 3B i 3' instr.' of judgment Dn 11 33 ; V C p.? Je 3O ,0 '46'- 7 2 Ch 6 37:l8 ; phr. of deliverance, (only Ezr Ne): ftF® rWJBO Nei 2 , cf. v 3 , flTW D^? 8 17 , n^lfl *ffQ D^Vn Ezr 2'=Ne f, 'fnD D"N3n Ezr 3 8 $*>.' 2. act of capture, Da'DW 't? DJ? Am 4 10 ; RJ3^ n^tDB' Dt 2 1 13 i. e. garb in which she was captured ( > others captivity in both : Am 4 10 =your captive horses ; Dt 2 1 1S her captive's garb). 3. = captives (coll.): Ex 1 2 29 (J), Nu 3 1 ,219 - 26 (man and beast), Is 20 4 (||rvfa), 4 9 2 <" 5 Hb I 9 + Ez32 9 © al. (v. 13S* ad fin.) ; appar. fs. Is 52= (but v. Vti) ; object of n3B> (q.v.) Ju 5 12 ( >T?^ 3tf adj. vel n.m. whence] !T»3tt5 n.f. captive (cf . Rahlfs '" "• » ln rs " m - «) ;— - flTH& 'V tt'Q-lE

sntf smiting (esp.'Bb nan) Ex2i 20 (E), Mi 4 14 Is io 13 (insim.; || npp), Pno ,3 +; nen» 't? 22 15 , cf. 29 15 ; for beating (B3H) cummin Is28" 7 ([| ntSO); as (inferior) weapon (opp. T?D) 2 S 23 21 =. 1 Ch 1 1 3 (cf. fe 1 S 1 7*"); fig. of Vg chastisement : national Is io 24 30 s1 (both || .IBD), 14 20 , "l* 'B> io frr^ 'V La 3 1 ; individual Jb 9 34 21 9 (B&H Ify 37*j 2 S 7 14 (D'BOK 'tf, i.e. not in- human), 1// Sg 33 (both || D^J). b. aAo/i, i. e. spear, dart, 2 S i8 14 , but < read &*$#> ® fr^' ThWeKitHPS Bu. c. shepherd's implement, cZwi, ^ 2 3 4 (|| IJff'9), 'W? n Fl Mi 7" (both fig. of ) ; used in mustering or counting sheep Ez 2O 37 (fig.),Lv27 32 (cf.Je33 ,3 ),v.Mackie HMtDBB0D . d. truncheon, sceptre, mark of authority, *IBD 'C Ju 5 14 , D^Bto T? Is 14 s (|| ntSD), Gn 49 10 (poem in J ; || Ppnp), Zc io 11 f 45" Ez iq" u (made from a branch, HBD); a ruler is 'ti Tjpin Am i 5s ; as symbol of conquest Nu 2 4 1 " (JE); Tro'^'M 9 (of Mess. king); Venn 'B> 125 3 ; iJTjay'B' Pr22 8 (si vera 1., cf. Frankenb. Toy).— Via. npp, ^p, nay^O. 2. 1 (or H?^ Ges' 901 , We Sta 5343,1 Dr, for 'EOB^'Vrss (GFM

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sg. of people (of Judah, late) ^74 2 , but Je io I6 = 5 1 " del. '3 'ti Gf Gie Du. c. of subdivision of tribe/131 nine^p / B'Nu4 18 (P).— 2S7 7 rd.PBB' (cf. v", |1 1 Ch i 7 6 , Ew Th We Dr HPS Bu al.). TD^S'Vr n.m. sceptre (expanded fr. foreg., Ges' 85 ");— only Est: abs. 'tin 5 2 ; cstr. 'ti 3njn 4 " 5 2 ; It} oygf! 8 4 . TT338J n.pr. mens. Sh e bat, nth month t : (post-ex.) = Feb.-March; loan-word from Bab. ■SaM<u(COT N<1 ' I Dl WB ), Zc i 7 (der. fr. Sabdtu, strike, kill, destroy (Dl Pro1 - 38 ' WB ), Lyon 81 "- 8 '"- Apr.]8SJ,:»4 J en ZA Iv (1886). !73 >luSS-Am JBL *' (1892) ' "' 'al as month of destroying rain; another conjecture in Ziin KAT3 - aMn -; this month called 0315' also in Nab Palm, v.Lzb SAC 1 "). ■otf, rrcatf, rratp v. natfc TOt£^ (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. jll, iv. cause to hang down, illL flowing dress ; As. subullu, sunbullu (Meissner), Ar. J-JL., i.Li^(Ba NB2 °"), Eth. rt-nii: Aram. W$M>, )^a>, all ear of grain). IT'S® n. [m.] flowing skirt, train; — abs. 'vr<5fh Is 47 2 strip of (thy) train. j- 1. ribiaC.' n.f . flowing stream ; — 'v abs. •ty 69 s , as test of dialect Ju 1 2 6 (cf. J"l/3D and GFM); cstr. D^> V + 6 9 16 , TOfTI '{? Is 27 12 . tn. FlT^t!? »-f- ear of grain; — '{? abs. Jb

24 + ; pi. &*???? Gn 4 1 6 + , cstr. W Zc 4 12 ;— 

ear, Gn 4 i 5 - 6 - 7 - 7 - 22i3 - 24!!4 - 26 - 27 Is 17" Ru 2 2 Jb 2 4 24 ; transf. sj>ike (Pusey), end of olive bough Zc4 12 . t footi, h^ti] n.[m.] way, path (prop. as flowing along, stretching out 1 cf. NH •?&', Ar. j fli r», Aram. K^);— pl.sf. CTO3 TJ>r?Sfc D*3i [kt tWf> 0? v?fl * 77™ (of '*; || irn); cstr. (fig. of course of life) D^Jf ^3B> Je A i8 15 (Kt; Qrb?F; || D"?^). T 7H'i© n. pr. m. 1. Edomite name Gn

20.!3.i9_ j Ch jSS.40 2 . a. Ul Caleb j Qh 2 5052 . 

b. in Judah 1 Ch 4'".— Sa>/3a(X), 2ov/9aX. Wj^g v. bb. ]^l^ (/of following; meaning dub.). T^3!ltt?, ni^t!? n. pr. m. secretary and major-domo of Hezekiah; W-Is22 15 , 36 22 37 2 = 2 Ki8 37 i9 2 ; Is 3 6 3 " = n3- 2 Ki8 18!6 .— 2o Mrar . tC*)rrnttJ n.pr.m. 1. nv : a. Levites, (l) Ne 9 4 ' 5 IO 13 , (2)lO u ; 2f/3awn, 2(.j3a«a(f). b. priest Ne io 5 , priestly family 1 2 14 (@L 2fx"<ia), = .TWf v 3 (2f X e«a(r) ), and perh . W^ 1 Ch 2 4 " (Io-xawa, 2fx«"«)- 2. !B^-, priest, iChis 24 (2o/[ii'ia ) ©L 2a^awa). D2t£^ (v of following ; meaning?). tjp'Ott?] n.[m.] front-band (Mishn. id.; Levy NHWBlv.49 8 . al cp Ar (j _^ i) Ht- a mn> of small glass neck-ornament Ve skl * z * n " U145 ; Heb. perh.adimin.,v.Ges !86, "" e );— pl.D , i? , 3^nls3 18 , in list of women's finery. I. Vyitf. 11^21^ n.m. et f. seven (NH id., MI 16 nV3tt* ; As. sibi, sibittu (Dl Gri45 - 6 ; s=ti), Ar. i^L, iil:, Sab. y3D Hom chr 47 ' 124 , Eth. (MIO". rt-nO-F: Ph. (Pun.) i)3E>, Nab. ysty, nV3B>, Palm. N$OE>, n»3B> ; Aram. V?^, tiV2ti, •^iL«.. [i«L ; on etym. cf. Lag 1 "" 7 '); — m. (c. n.f.) abs. V2f Gn 4 1= + 1 1 5 t. ; cstr. V2& 5 20 + 47 t., esp. P'(i5 t.) and Chr (20 1.), V3& 1 K jn©

nyn© I'ViJ n^n 'E* Je 5 W wee/ta of statutes (i.e. weeks appointed by 'i) for harvest; term.techn.ny3B' 3n Ex 34 M (J) /ea«< of weeks (ending seven weeks of harvest), Dt i6" u " 2 Ch 8 ,: ', so 'b> alone Nu 28 26 (P). 2. heptad or 8«ue»i of years, late, Dn

J4.».s6.47.w _niwE' 'y:ie> Ez 21 s8 v. [lotf]. 

[lO©] vb. swear (prob., so to say, seven oneself, or bind oneself by seven things, cf. Thes (as altera.), Gerb 108 "-; NH Niph.=BH; % JQf Ithpe. Aph.; v.also Dr - 21 ' 28 Kb H " ,DB NtmBEB. 565 J^gSem. 1. 166, 2nd ed.. 182 W. Besto Ar. Held. 2, 196 . Qal (ace. to Thes Rob Ges) Pt.pass. Tfaap *JJ3$> Ez 2 1 28 i/iose svjorn with ( = who have sworn) oaths; both from Wag*, ace. to Krae, oaths of oaths (the most sacred); ©<3Coom.; both from y*3B> ( Ew Sm '{? 'E> weeks on weeks (plenty of time). Niph. Pf. 3 ms. VW ? Gn 24'+ , etc.; /mp/ 3 ms. JO£ Lv5 2, + ^ V3^1 Gn24» + ;

ms. yng'ri Dt 6" io 20 ; i s. y3#N Gn 2i M , 

VatfNl iK 2 8 Ez 16 8 , etc.; /wir. ms. nyatfn Gn

1 23 + , etc. ; Inf. abs. inpn Nu 30 3 , patfn J e 7'; 

cs<r. y3$n Je 1 2 1616 + 1 S 20 17 v. infra ; Pt. Vffi Zc5 3 + , etc.; — swear, take an oath: 1. subj. man : a. in asseveration, abs. Gn2i 24,31 (E), Ju

118 2 S 2i 2 + ; also sq. "lON'M 1 S 20 3 1 K 1* 

sq. ifoN ? 2 S 3 s5 Jos 1 4 9 (D) ; c. ace. cogn. Nu 30 3 (P I I! "H?); + n P.0 Je 5 2 7" Lv 5 24 (P; + ^5? rei), Mai 3 d ; + '&bv Lv S 22 (P); +nD"ioi) ^24 4 ; sq. inf. Lv 5 4 (P), V' 15 4 119 106 ; + i> pers. take an oath to, Jos 6 2i (JE), 9 20 (P ; ace. cogn.) Gn 24' ( + mn tffy h ^ )+, so also 1 S 20 17 (rd. y3E>r6 ■^K for "TIN y^B-nb, © SB Th We Dr al.) ; oath of allegiance('^)'lsi9 ,8 45 23 Zp i 5 2 Ch 1 5", cf.(abs.) v 15 (Jos23'v.Hiph.); also sq.10^'1 2K25 24 , sq. "*H2 2 S2 1 17 1 K i 13 Je40 9 ; sq. &=that not Ju

12 , sq. Ot< = id. 1 K 1"; + ^N pers. sq.lbN? Je 
16 ;+"'3&y' ,, ,sq.inf. Ju2i 7 ;+" 1 DB/3 iSao' 5 

Is 4 8 1 ) cf.Gn 3 i 6:, (E),Dt6 ,3 io 2(, Jei2 16 (+ ,, - , n) ) Is 65 16 Zc 5 4 pi?f?), Lv 19 12 (id.), +63" Dn 12 7 ; + / '3sq. DN 2S19 8 ; +b pers. c. '"3 Jos 9 ,s19 (P ; pledge faith), sq."*»6 1 S 28 10 1 K i 30 2 823 , sq. 'I of obj. cl. Jos 2 12 (JE), 1 K i 17 ; + b pers. c. 'N3, sq. DN Gn 2i 23 (E), iS3o' 6 ; as vb. of quotation + obj. ' n 0Ho 4 ,s Je 4 2 1 S 1 9 6 ( + D«), + D« in orat. recta + 132 2 (|| T$ft; also+ Dv6n n5>3 Jes 7 , i>y33 i2 16 , DS^M Zpi 5 , cf. Am8 14 ( + T?W). b. imprecate, curse, '3 6y »i« ^ 102 9 (cf. nyQB"

b, '"V?P). 2. subj.  : swear, c. '3 by myself 

Gn 2 2 16T (JE), Je 22 s (cl. "?), 49" (id.), Is 45 53 («*.), c. Vp Am 4 2 (id.), cf. ^8 9 M (|| 3J3N DN), cf. also Am 6 8 8" Je 44 M 51' 4 Is 62 s ; swear, sq. inf. Dt i 35 4 21 Jos 2 1 41 (van d. H. Baer ; v 43 Gi), sq. IP inf.=rco< to Is54 9 ' 9 , sq. DN f 90 10 , sq. ■*■$ Dti 34 Isi4 24 Nu32 10 (P); sq. orat. recta ^ no 4 ; c. b pers. take an oath to, Gn 24" (J), Ex 1 3 11 (J), Dt 2 ,4 + 7 t. Dt. (ace. cogn. 7 8 9 6 ), Ez 16 8 (|| Ni3 nnaa), *8 9 4 (||nn 3 m_3), v M ( jWK3), + ; b pers. + inf. (usu. to give land) Ex 13 s ( J), Dt i 8 +9 t. Dt, Jos i 6 5«' 6 (all R D ), Je n 5 ( + acc. cogn.), 3 2 "! ^ pers. + ace. rei (usu. land)= ■promise by oath to Gn 50 24 Ex 33 1 Nu 1 1 12 (all J), i4 16iB (JE), 32"(P), Ju 2 1 Mi7 20 Dt 6' 8 + 8 1. Dt (obj. covenant 4 3 ' 8 19 ); b pers. om. Dt 31 21 . tHiph.Per/. 3 ms. y'SBVl Ex i3 19 +, 1 s.'^fr Ct 2 7 + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. VWl Gn 50 :i + , sf. "m^. Gn24 37 , etc.; Inf. abs. y3B*n EX13 19

S 14 28 ; cstr. y'3fn 1 S 14 27 (20 17 v. Miph.); 

Pt. sf. ypffQ 1 K 22 ,6 =2 Ch i8 15 ;— 1. cause to take an oath, subj. always man : c. ace. pers. Gn 5o 6 (J), 1 S14 27 1K18 10 2K 11 4 , -face, cogn. Jos 2 ,7 "°(J), + *•& Gn 24 37 5o 5 (both J), v 25 (E), Jos 6 26 (J ; ace. pers. om.), so (Inf. abs. + Pf.) Ex 1 3" ( JE), 1 S 1 4 s8 , + "»»?]. Nu 5 19 and (c. ace. cogn.) v 21 (both P), +inf. cl. Ne 5 12 Ezr io 5 ; + 3 by *> Gn 2 4 3 (J ; cl. ~f N), 1 K 2 42 (|| nyNJ ?)3 , + ibN?), cf. Jos 2 3 7 (R D ; but read perhaps Ifiph. WJjfP Gr al.; ® del.), Ne 13 25 (cl. DN orat. recta), 2 Ch 36 13 . 2. adjure, c. ace. pers. iK22 16 =2Chi8 15 (both + cl.f NJ; elsewhere only Ct : 5 9 , c. cl. ~nD interrog. v 8 , c. cl. DN that not 2 7 3 s (both + 3 of oath), =cl. "no 8 4 (v. HD

a (6)).— iS2o' 7 v. Nipb. 

fu. V2XD n.pr.m. 1. in Benj., 'I??"! 3 2 S 20 i.2.6.7.io.i3.2i.s2. 2a/3e( 2 . in Gad 1 Ch 5"; f/3ff, A 2o>|3a(9(, ©L 2aj3ff. fin. SOU? si vera 1. n.pr.loc. in Simeon, y3S*1 y3B/-IS3 Jos 19 2 ; 2af«ia, ©L 2a/3f ; prob. del. &) Di al.'(om. || 1 Ch f).— '& ^N3 v . p. 9 2 a . yntt) v. in cpds. we/^N, (SgB^niV yaenn^. tr^*QttJ, Ty2W n.f. (Jos 2 17 read nin A]hr ZKwr,H«m),m} oath> curse;— abs. ^3B> Jos 9 2o + ; '■yff Gn 26' + ; cstr. ny3K> Ex 22 ,0 + ; sf. "nips? Gn 2 4 8 , etc. ; pi. niySE' abs. Ez 2 1 29 , cstr. Hb 3 ' 9 [Je 5 24 Ez 45 s1 v. 5»3E>] ;—oath [as ace. cogn. c. y3E*n etc. Nu 30'+ (in rel. cl.) 5 t.] : 1. of man: a. attesting innocence Ex22 10 (E), friendship 2 S 2 1 7 , promise 1 K 2 43 (after"CB'&eep; all ny3B' oath to '">); innocence also Nu 5 21 *; friendship Ne 6 ls (b 'V by3), promise Lv 5 4 ; of vow (||-nj) Nu30 3 - lll4 CieN'ny3B') ) Jos 9 20 (all P), yitf Ne io 30 <1] '"&?), Ec 9 2 , of covenant with '» 2 Ch I5 15 , D'nSs njnaB' Ec 8 2 (prob. of oath of alle- giance to king), ->pS> n$?3f Zc 8 17 ; of threat Ju 21 s 1 S 14 26 (© " ni)2W);keep, discharge the oath is'BTl D'KJ Gn 26 3 (J), Je 11 5 ; '#» njJJ 6 V io 5 9 = iChi6 16 .— "top ntof Hb3 9 verydub.: AV oa<As of the tribes; oaths, rods of the word, Hi- St. ; sworn (pt. pass. JOE') were <fo rods ( = chas- tisements) of (thy) word, GesHiRVm; heptads of spears Ew, cf. Da ; text prob. corrupt, Now prop. OlflBtPS) nitSD n?3'e> thou hast sated with sltafts thy quiver; Marti (after © CwW -) % tow was satiated with shafts; GASm tlwu gluttest (1) thy shafts.— Ez2i M v. V. t [tOt£^] vb. Pi. prob. weave in chequer or plaited work (NH Y1& ornament a vessel with a pattern ; Syr. (lexx.) JL». immiscuit, )'•*- commixtio : v. also Lag BN143 ) ; — Pi. Pf. 2 ms. P8W Ex 28 39 (P), and thou shalt chequer (or 2>lait) the tunic (in) byssus. Pu. Pt. mpl. 3uT D'SatPD Ex 28 20 (P), inwoven (i.e. set in a chequered or plaited mounting) with gold (-thread) shall they be (of gems). TynO n.m. (meaning and connexion with above V^dub.);— '#? ^N 1 S i 9 '#? liath seized me, i.e. perh. cramp (Ew<"" 147 ThKe, cf. Dr); al. giddiness (Thes Klo HPS), as intricacy, confusion ; Kit Bu Now leave undecided. tn(i)22CJn n.f. E,28 - M pi. chequered (or plaited) work, usu. of settings for gems; — 3nt 'D (i. e. plaited with gold-thread) for two gems on high priest's ephod (P): Ex28 1113 39 s "- 16 ; / D abg- 28H.2b.39 39 M. hb*c6 'T ISO + 45 > 4 her clothing is oi chequer work inwrought with gold; <KrochmGr Che 0om "- , t rfxaeh?a D*yjB HB^ap (v. np'JS p. 8 1 9 supr.) pearls in plaited settings of gold (-thread). TySttJri n. [m.] chequered (or plaited) work;— 'nn3h3Ex28 4 . D2ttf (-/of foil.; cf. BAram. X, Plf let go, leave, so .n-^o, ; Ar. j£,l outstrip). tpIliU} n.pr.m. one of those sealed Neio 23 ; ZwfiqK, ©L 2<o/3<i/). tp3t2T n.pr.m. son of Abr. and Keturah, Gn 25' i Ch i w ; i«r/3<» (B Soft* Ch).

-Qtt> 

""Qt£^ vb. break, break in pieoea (NH - T 148 X id.; Sab. nan break, destroy DHM H ° tMus ""°- u - 26 Mordtm BI ' 4 ; Ar. JIo restrain, destroy; Aram, "tan, tal; As. sabdru, break, break in pieces; Eth. (ttd.i break) ;— Qal„ Pf. 3 ms. 'v 1 K 13 28 Isi4 5 ,etc; 7m;>/: 3 ms.l'a^ Jei9",li3-Is42 3 ; 3 f s . "t3B>ri Pr 25 15 , etc.; Imv. ms.Taf ^ io 15 , sf. D-iaB>Je 17 18 ; Inf. cstr.^fb Gn 19'+ 2 t., liaB' Je 28 12 ; Pi. act.™ Ez4 16 +2 t. ; j)ass. "lO^Lvaa* pi. cstr. T^f fi4f;— break, lit., obj. earthen vessel Ju 7 20 Lv n 33 (P), Je i9 n (in sim.), cf. v 11 48 3S Is 30' 4 , flask Je 19 10 , gate-bar Am i 5 (in metaph.), bowHoi 5 Je49 33 , and sword Ho 2 20 (n? n "iP), bone of lamb Ex 12 46 Nu 9 12 (P), and (Yn metaph.) Pr 25 15 , of."Wf> i.e. frac- tured of limb Lv 22 M (H), yoke Je 2 8 1012 -' 3 , and, in metaph., of deliverance (< subj.) v 24 " 38 s (c. -^P), + 4 t., of rebellion Je 2 20 5 s , so staff Is 1 4 s +5 t., reed Is 42 s , arm of Pharaoh Ez 2 2i.22.24 c £ ^ I0 i5. t rees (subj. thunder) fr 29 s ; break in, down, door Gn I9 9 (J); rend violently (of lion), man 1 K 13 s6 , ass v 28 ; wreck Tyre (as ship) Ez27 26 ; fig.6rea& pride Lv26 19 (H); crush (fig.) Is 14 25 (cf. Je 48 2S supr.), La i lb Dn n 26 ; 'B> $"($& HJB'p Je i7 is ; break, rupture, heart (fig.) ^ 69 21 + Ez 6 9 (v. Niph. ad fin.), 3? TCf? f 147 3 ; 'ipn vby "13BW Jb 38 10 broke for it my boundary, of sea, ref. to abrupt ending of main- land ; = quench thirst (frangere silim) 1^ 104". Niph. „ Pf. 3 ms.13^3 Ex 22° + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms."OB* Lv6 21 + , 3 fs.">ai>ni Eci2 6 , 2 ms. "la^Pl Ez 2 9 7 , 13- 32™, etc. ; Inf. cstr. "0#n J n i 4 ;' Pt. -OBO ^5i 19 , fs. rrafj v' 9 , rraao Ez

3, + , etc.; — be broken, of neck 1 S 4 18 , bones 

1//34 21 , gate-bars Je5i 30 , rod (in fig.) Is 14 21 Je 48 17 , idols Ez 6 46 , horn Dn 8 s , cf. v 22 , arm Jb 3 1 22 (njijp), and (in metaph.) Je 48" Jb 38 15 yfr 37 17 , cf. Ez 3 o 22 , bough Ez3i 12 Is 27", cf. (fig.) of wickedness, like a tree Jb 24 20 , other things 1//-37 15 Je5o 23 Ez 29 7 ^ 1 24' ; cisterns Je 2 13 (id.), pottery Lv6 21 i5 12 (P), Ec 12 6 (in fig.); = be maimed, crippled (have limb broken), of animal Ex 2 2 913 (E), and (fig.) Ez 34 416 Zc 1 1 16 , so (fig. of men stumbling) Is8 15 28' 3 ; be wrecked, of ships 1 K 22 49 (rd. QrVOBO), || 2 Ch 20 37 , Jon I 4 , metaph. of Tyre EZ27 34 ; fig. be crushed, de- stroyed (pers., warriors, kingdoms, etc.), Je 14" 22 20 48 4 51'+ 10 t.; fig. be broken, of heart t Je 23" Is 61 1 f 34 19 5i 19 , cf. 'B-? DTI v 19 .— Ez 6 9 rd. prob. "rnaB-'l (We Sm Berthol Toy Krae) ; Co n^a. Pi.' , 6 Pf. 3 ms. 13E» Is 2 1 9 + , iatf Ex 9 25 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 13^ ^46'° + , 2 mpl. |ri3B>ri Ex 34 13 , etc.; Inf. abs."^W Ex 23"; Pt. □rre>

Havilah ; 'B* "!3K Ex 2 5 7 28* 35 957 39* (all P), 1CI129 2 ; I3K O m.Ez28" ) Ex28 50 39 ,3 (bothP; all in lists of gems) ; TBD} "Ig "B> Jb 2 8 16 . tn. Dnb n.pr.ni. Levite ; — 'e> 1 Ch 24 s7 ; a{tr)oafi, «raa^L. ■ttJJbi5 sl Kt, v. K||>. tWYip n.pr.m. 1. Calebite 1 Ch a 4 ', 2aov, 2ow*. 2. secretary, David's time 2 S 20 25 Qr (Kt N't?), Iiprotv, A <rovs, ©L £ov<ra (v. {})&$ l)- I. Wltf (v^of foil.; cf. Ar. *UL (med. _,) be evil, foul, unseemly; Eth. rt£?i; baseness). T NIG? n. [m.} emptiness, vanity; — 'k> abs. Ex 23'+ 51 t., ISP Jb 15 31 (Kt); — 1. emptiness, nothingness, vanity: D"1K l"IJfl#J1 / B> ^ 60" ram (is) man's deliverance, =108"; 03? '5? 1 27 s it is vain (useless) for you; 8g iS for (?y) what nothingness hast thou created man 1 cf. V 'rrv Jb7 s ;'^ , .^^3i 7 (idols)=Jona 9 ,cf.Jei8 15 + Ho 5 11 © (for 1V); 'B> nn?p I s i» of ineffective offering to '» ; fy N6W (*6) Ex ao 7 - 7 <a£e «p name of God in vain (to no good purpose) =Dt 5 11 ", cf. i/^ 24 4 139 20 [MT fr/tea* wp in vain are thy foes, but rd. Igf for T1V, cf. Nfc>3 lb (7); al. T^V> Y - "• "'VJ; V Wl Ho 12 12 ftecome nothing (We '{? n'BT?, and so 3) ; '£> (INI f 1 1 g* 7 ; m mm Je 2 30 4 30 6 29 46"; 'l? ^ 127 11 Mai 3". 2. emptiness of speech, lying, 'W }3 -13-11 Pr 30 8 ; 'B* 13T ^,i2 3 4 1 7 144 s " IS59 4 Ez 1 3 s ; '5? JT17K Ho 1 o 4 + 1 2 2 © We al. (for Itf) ; t^oy !$n Jb 3 i s (|| no-io); 'tf ny Dts ,7 (=nj? "1$ Ex 20 16 ) ; cf. V yCE> Ex 23 1 (E) ; of false (empty) prophecy 'V fitn Ez 1 2 24 , 'V WQ La 2 14 ; v. also Ez i3 6 '- 923 2 1 34 2 2 28 Jb 35 13 (or empty complaining, sub 1); 'e> DDp Ez 2I 25 ; ntoVl tSfa Ze io 2 . 3. of conduct, worthlessness (Buhl sub 1,2); 't? Tit? worthless men ^26 4 Jbn 11 ; worthless motives (in fig.) '#n 'psn Is 5 18 ; 'V HM 30 28 (i.e. sifting out the worth- less; al. sieve of (bringing) disappointment) ; play on meanings in Jb 15 3131 , cf. Dr J ° ,> • J"'*"-**. II. N1ttf(-/offoll.; prob. ||formof,w). t[«it2J] n.[m.] ravage (?);— pi. sf. nrPKfe> i' 35 1 ' rescue me from their ravages (si vera 1.); © Kwtmpyia; 01 Dy Gr Che Con ""- plausibly tHKB> their roaring, cf. v" I7c ; WeDu D*?Kb». tnNitt?, PIN© n. f. devastation, ruin, waste;— abs.'lE>l8io 3 + ,nN'B' 47 "iZpi 15 Jb30 14 ( + 3S 27 van d. H. Gi, but v. Baer's n.) ; cstr. J1NB' Pr3' :5 ; — 1. devastation, ruin, as coming on pers., Is io 3 47" (Babylon personif.), ^ 35 s * 6 3 >o. q^i rW Pj-3* (obj. genii; pW); nNiK i DVB'(Di , )Zp i"; prob. = devastating storm, in sim. Ez 3 8 9 (|| ffl), Pr i 27 (Qr; Kt m»tt*{ || nB1D).—f 35 8b read prob. nhne> Aw_pi7, <SWe (cf. v 7 ). 2. concretely, rwm, waste, of the desert, Jb 30 3 (rdg. H? for BtoK 01 ; other- wise sub 1), nKteta 't5> 38 17 (|'p3"]t? v M ); = ruins Jb 30 14 . tnNV£?p, nNtop n.f. desolation ;— 1. sg. only in 'CA nNE> Zp 1 15 Jb 30 3 38 s7 , v. foregoing; pl.(riiK«5>D, rd.) niSityD, so Klo Hup-Now Che comm. Bae Du V' 74 3 ruins (of temple) and 73 18 ruins (of one's life, fig.; but Du here der.fr. NBO: deceptions, v. p. 674 ; yet cf. synon. HQE* v 19 ). T [nfrWri] n.f. noise (prop, of devastation, storm); — MT only pi. iliNBTl abs. city noises Is22 2 (of njpin "vy), adv. acc.=(with) shoutings ZC4 7 ; socstr.jmt* l6 fc^J f Jb39 7 (subj.wild ass); in3D 'n 36^ (of thunder); read peih. sg. T)vn ( = n«OT) J b 30 22 Kt, dissolvest me in (or, i'«<o) <Ae roar of the storm (|| ma/;e me ride on wind), so Ew 01 De Di Du Bu al.; > n;e>n Q r AV my substance (?), Du 1WB ' ohne Halt ' (?). jits' |0M vb. turn back, return (NH id.; Hiph. in MI 8 ' 12 ; Sab. 3in, 3fin, esp. requite Os ZMG lU < 1865) > 19S SabDenkm NoM ' '■ • Horn chrM *- m CIS 1 "- 81 ' 1 - 9 , etc.; Ar. ,^l5 return, so Aram. 3W, oL) ;— Qal c85 Pf. 3 ms. 3K/ Gni8 33 + , 3 fs. njf» Ru ! 15 + , ri3B'l consec. tEz 46" (Ges f72 °, but CoToyKrae H3Kh), 2 ms.Pl3B/^85 2 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. aW^J Ho 1 1' 5 + oft, 3t£ ^ 146 4 La 3 3 , juss. 3'^ Ju7 s + , 3?>»1 Gna6 18 + ; 3 fpl. ,)±>n Ez jgos.^ nj^n v 55 ' etc.; ;m». ms. 31E> Gn 3i 3 + , 3B> Ex 4 19 1 k i8 43 , n^V Ho i4 2 +, fpl. n:3'B> Ru i 81112 , etc.; Inf. abs. 3^ Gn 8 3 + , cs«r. 3W Ex 4 21 + , afc' Jos a' 6 (Ges" 2 "), etc.; P<. 3K' Gn 43 ,8 + , fs. n3B/Bui 22 -r, etc.; pass. cstr. ^K 5 Mi 2 8 ; — turn back, return: 1. turn back, c. ft? loc. Ju 3 19 8", cf. 7 3 , c. nnw? pers., i. e. from following a S 1 1" 1 K 19 21 Ru i 16 , fr. pursuing 2 S 2 26 - 30 1 K aa S3 =a Ch i8 3S ; c. JO of pursuit 1 S 17 63 a 3 28 , cf. a Ch 1 1 4 ; c. *3^J pers., i.e. so as to follow 1 S 15 31 2 S 23 10 ; turn back in fear, JO rei Jb 39 s2 (of horse), ^3 >1&K> Pr 3 o 30 (of lion), so abs. (of foes) ^ 6" 56 10 70 4 , in shame La i 8 ; turn back and do so and so : Gni4 7 Ex 14 2 , cf. Nu 33 7 (^5 loc, both P), Jos8 21 (E), n 10 (J), amJ

nlttJ i Ch 2 1 50 , sq. inf. 2 Ch 20 27 ; abs. turn back (face about) Ct7 1111 ( + vb.); = be repulsed, defeated V' 9 4 > 74 2 '; %• * Mr rc back, viz. from a promise or a vow Ju n 33 ; c. i*? of service Nu 8 25 (P), i.e. be exempt. 2. return, come or go back, c. byo pens. 1 S 1 7" (opp. -]i>n), 2 S 10" 2 K 1 8 14 , ?» pers. Jos io 31 ( + D^B'3) ) Jo l oc ., esp. from foreign land 2 K 8 3 2 Ch 1 o 2 Ru 1 "• 2 6 4' Je 3 1 16 4o' 2 43 B 44 W Ezr6 21 Ne8 17 , Disno Gn 14 17 (JE?), 1 S 17* 18 8 2 S i 1 8 13 , *Vj& i.e. from pursuing 1 S 2 4 2 (Gi v 1 ); fig., If^n *# '& t6 Jb 15 22 (v. Wn 3 a); yj^ naft i3iE*j nay Ex 32" (J), i. e. go back and forth from gate to gate, cf. (abs.) pt. as subst. 3Bn nay Zc 7 ,4 9 8 and (=all persons) Ez 35 7 ; also 3iB>1 N15P NS>1 Gn 8 7 (J), 3ten Kfcfl Ez 1" (del. Hi Co Toy al.; yet v. Krae); Gn 8 3 (J) v. ^n 4 c (4). 3. esp. return unto : a. go back, b« 2,ers. Nu 2 3 516 (JE), 2 K i 6 (|| 1|$n, as oft.), Ex 5" (J; '^K), 32 3 ' (E; it), Nu 17" (P), 2 S 2o 23 ( + ace. loc), Je 4 6 16 (both + b« loc), + 17 t.; ?N loc. also Gn 21 32 28 21 (both E), 2 S 11 4 Ho 5' 5 (of*), 2 Ch 19 1 ( + rt^ + ^ pers.), Est 2" (opp. Wis), f(+p? be), +27 t,; of a dog iK|T?3> '&> Pi-26"; b loc. GniS 33 ^), iS 26 25 29 4 1 K io ,d ( + n-loc), Gn 3 3 16 (J; ir§ t + idX +f(of'*), +25 fc; b pers. tRui 10 OIW?); n- loc. also Gn 4 4 l3 (J), Ex 4 ™- 2 '(R), '3 17 (E), +5t.; De>(=no|>) j e22 2 7 ; !1C c.loc. also Ho 8' 3 9 3 1 S 1 8 2 2 S 3* 1 e? ( + tifyft), 2 K 2* (+ JO loc), + 15 t. ; ace. ffl Ez 46';' ace pers. +Nu io 36 ; TJJ& p er s. Ru |«; abs. 2 S 3 16 1 9 16 ( + ^ 3 )> 1 K 1 8 43 Je 40 5 ( < del. © Gie Du), Ez 7 13l > (del. © Co Krae al.) + ; sq. vb., go back and do so and so, Gn43 2 1 S 1" 29 7 (T]h y& tfbfS), 1 K 1 3=* 2 Ch 1 8" ( + Qite?) + , ( Je 4 2 '» read 3ie* Vrss and mod.); sq. inf. purpose Ju 1 4 8 2 S 6 20 + 1 o t. b. come back, b$ pers. Gn 8 9 (J; +^?loc),Ex24"(J), iS 23 23 + 2S I 7 3 (© Ew Th We Dr HPS Bu), 1 K 1 2 15 (opp. ^n) + 9 t. + (in hostility) Ju 2o 4S ; !»N loc. also Zc 8 3 (subj. ■); Jos 22 32 (P) has riKD pers. 4- JO loc.4- b<A loc 4- b« pers.; b$ rei Ez 7"; by pers. tNe 4 6 Mi s 2 (be reunited to); by loc. ti K IJ*™*; i> loc Jos i 16 (R), Zc 1" (subj. '<), 2 Ch 3 o 9 4-' (from exile) 5 t.; b animal., Jb 39 4 ; H-loc.tGn ^'"(E), 5o"(J); ace loc + 2 Clu 9 S ; DB i Je2o" (opp- N £), n W v", nih 3I 9 ; a bs. Gn^'^J), 2Sio i 2Ki s Is2i 12 (||nnK) ) Jb 39 12 (Kt, S oBu Du; of wild ox), 4- oft.; + Db&2 Ju8 9 iK22 M (3*fr 2^) = 2Chi8 27 ,2Chl8 M ; , + vb.,c « l e back and do so and so, +Dt I 45 30 8 Je 37" I K 19 7 20 s

K 9 s6 f 60 5 (title), cf. Zc 4 1 Dn 1 1'°, naa* 1 ) 'e> 

Nu 35 : " (P), «}$ * Ec 5". t4. a. of dying, "WSPIJ 'V Gn 3 ' 919 (J), f 104" EC3 20 , ISV"^ Jb 3 4 15 ; taO"]KJ> 1? f 146 4 , cf. nOB* W(i. e . hW JB3) Jb i 2 ' ( v . Di Bu, also Ec 5") ; rb^fb 'V ■f 9 18 ; so prob. abs. ^90' ( >come back to life); of (human) dust, YT&fa 'V Ecr 2 7 ; breath, UipWr 1 *! 'V v 7 . b. of revival from death, Sn>$ 'V Jb 7>» abs. io 21 (opp. ^n), 16" (id.), Pr 2"; also c ?« pers. 2 S 12". +5. fig. of human relations : a. return to leader, king, b& pers., Ju 1 1 8 1 K 1 2 2727 ; to divorced wife Je 3 1 (opp."pn). b. = change so as to approach (in purpose, desire), "6« pers. Je is' 919 , c. turn, i.e. resort to, ? pers. yjr 1 19 79 . d. return to a physical condition Jb 33" (b rei); to a state or course of life, b rei Is 23 17 Ez 16 555555 Ne 9 17 + 85 s by rei Je 1 1 10 , Di^.n + n '<> (but crpt.); 3 Je 8 6 (Du rds. BB> for 3^). e . abs. = change course of action ; from good to bad, 3fc"1 i3-™?l 2 K 24', Je 34 1 ' 16 ; bad to good v 15 '; so 'B* alone Jb 6 M!S (prob. ; read OIBn, so Di DaBu al.; other interpr. DeDu al.). f. jit. pass.= averse, nonbp <5W* Mi 2 9 ( > We Now

    1. spoil of war). 6. fig., specif, of spiritual

relations : a. turnback from God, =apostatize, " nnso Nui4°(J), 1S15 1 ' iK 9 «(noE»n 3iB*), Je 3 19 , Nu 32" Jos 22 "^^. M(all pj . abg (usu ; -vb.) Ju 2 19 8 :a Jos 2 3 12 (R D ), J e 8 4 f 78 41 2 Ch 7 19 . b. of '•>, linn away, nnND per s. Dt 23'°. c. turn back to God (—seek peni- tently), "^ Ho 6' 7'° 14 s Je 3 7 1 K 8 :i3 - 49 ("^3 3??), + 1 8 t.; OTI'HP* +Ho 5 4 f 5 1 ,5 , cf. Is 1 o 21 '; "'by fa Ch 15 4 30 9 ; "-1J Am 4 6 - 8 - 910 " Ho 14 2 is 9 12 +5t.; "ir-nytJb22 i - , ; '» , >l«3i»H8»p'^ WW?? t- "6 7 ; c£ fe? Ho 7 16 (for ^ nVnow, cf. Marti) ; **^Tl|l P r i« ( pro b. del, v. Toy). d. abs. repent, Ho 3 15 1 1 5 Is 6'° io 22 Je -j'- 12 - 1 " 2 4 1 5 3 +M t., +pt. as subst. Is i 27 . e. turn, back from evil, c ?D (esp. Je Ez) 1 K 8* 13' 13 Jei 5 7 18 s 4- 8 t. Je, Ez 3 19 i 3 S2 + 12 t. Ez,4- 9 t.; cf y^Q ^ Is S9 2 "; JO O^nj CW Ez 1 8 s ", so 0. ?yo i 4 «; from good, c JO, fEz 3 20 i8 24 - 26 3 3 ,s f. of *», iSK Jhno t? Ex 3 2' 2 (JE), Dt 13 18 Jos' 7 M (« T ). 2K23 26 Jon 3 9 ; '--51« 13QD V Ho 14 s Je 2 3 > 4 8 Nu 25 4 (P), 2 Ch 12 12 ' 29 10 3 o 8 , sq (man's anger) Gn 27 4i (J) and (abs.) v 44 (E) • abs. of T* Is 5» 9^' jo 4 12 1 Je 23 s " (opp N3fJ v"), 30 24 Jb 1 4 13 Dn 9". g. of return nittj

15 ; esp. of Vp hand, in judgment, sq. ?S? Am i 8 

Is i M Zc 13 7 f8i ,s , also of man's hand Je 6" Ez 38 12 ; +acc. loc. 2 S 15 2529 ; +DB> Ne 13 9 ; ace. rei alone Gn 43" 21 (both £35-1*2), i4 16 (=re- capture), 1 S 6 !1 30" 1K13 8 (corpse), Lv 26 s6 (H); c. ace. animal. 1 S 6 7 pDKD), Ez 34 416 (fig.); shadow on dial 2 K 2o"=Is 38 s .— Jb 39 12 v. Qal 3 b. b. put back : ace. rei, stone, ^"Py "WJSJ Gn2 9 3 (J), veil V:ET7$> Ex 3 4 s5 (P), Dagon iDipoi) j s 5 3 , rod nnyn ^ai> Nu i f> (P), sword, + 7K of sheath, 1 Ch 21 27 Ez 21 35 (ace. om.); hand P^K Ex 4 7 - 7 (J; opp. N'Xin). c. = <Zra«; back, hand Gn 38 s9 (J), 1 K 1 3 4 (opp. n^B> ; + 7K reflex.), Jos 8 2fi (E ; opp. nt3j), so, fig./' subj'. La 2 3 (V.E», linN), f 74"; c . ]K>=refrainfrom La 2 8 Ez 18 s -' 7 (i.e. from oppressing), 20 22 (|D om.); foot, c. |D Is 58" (fig.); draw in breath Jb 9 13 . d. =give back, restore, ace. pers. vel rei : + 7 pers. Gn 20" (E), v 7 (E ; ace. om.), Ex 23 4 (E ; 3W 3t?»n), Dt 22* {id,; both ace. animal.), 24" (id.), Ex 22 25 (E), Ju 17 3 " 1 S 12 3 2 S 9 7 Dt22 2 (P),Ne5 n ,so2Si6 3 iKr2 :l = 2Chii 1 (all ace. of kingdom), c. ace. niJlX Jb 33 s6 ; + 7K pers. Gn 37 s2 (E; ace. pers.); + 7$ loc. 42 2i (E); ace. rei only, 2 K 8 6 Ez 18 7 (read Inf. abs. 2W for ain, CoToyKrae), 18 12 33 15 Lv5 ra (P), Nu 5 7 (P ; + Wrtttaatajyi), + 69* (opp. 7TJ), so of land (or city) Ju 11" 1 K 20 34 Ne 5'*, of. 2 K 1 4 s3 ( + W?), 16 6 ( + B#)j -win back 2K 13 25 14 22 ( + 7 terr.)= 2 Ch 26 2 , boundary (i.e. re-establish it) 2 K 14^; restore ruined city Dn 9 25 ( + rriJ3>), conquered nation ^ 8o 4 - 820 ; joy, ace. 4- 7 pers. ^ 51 14 .— 2 S 8 3 v.T 2.— Ace. pers. only, Gn 20 7 (E), Is 42 s2 ; restore to office, ace. pers. + 73? Gn 40" 21 (E), 7K loc. 2S19 12 , ace. pers. only, 2 S i 9 »' 3 » c f. Is i 26 ; =p ay back money, Lv 2 5 27 (7 pers.), v 5 ' M . e. = relin- quish, c. ace. rei, Jb 20 10 . f. =give inpayment, requital, c. ace. rei + appos. 1 S 6 8 (7 pers.), v 17 (id.; cf.lintp); also pay as tribute (in answer to demand), ace. rei 2 K 17 3 V' 72'°, 4-7 pers. 2 K 3 4 2 Ch 27 s ; give in exchange Ez 27 15 . g. bring one back (from dead) 2 S 12 23 , so c. "•310 Jbss 50 ; on other hand, "1BJT7K Jbio 9 =niD (ace.) 30 23 , cf «QT*18 V' 9° 3 - +2. a. &?•% iac& heart, 37, 75? pers. Mai 3 s4 ; ^hvt "> U3^Fl La 5 21 ( < Bu restore, del.ybti) ; A ~7N* 3f>J Ne9 2 ° (cf. v 29 ), 2 Ch 19 4 24 19 , also (ft? of evil) Je 2 3 2 -, abs. 3 1 ,s . b. ace. E>B3 = re//-esA La 1 "■"•" ^ 1 9 8 Pr25 ,3 Eu4 15 . 3. bring back words of people, "■"7K Ex 1 9 s (E); then, in gen., bring back word, mtf "9?> report fo, + ace. pers. Gn 37" Nu 13 26 22 s (all E), Dt i™» Jos I4 7 (R D ), 22 32 (P), +8 t.; — answer 1 S 17 30 2 S3 11 i K i2 6 =2Ch io" + 6t., +(acc.f7D) Jb 3 5 4 ; alsopa-jom^Jbis 22 20 2 33 s ' 33 2 Ch io 16 Ne 6 4 (np nina); ac C . one*? + 7 pers. Ju 5 19 Pr 22 21 ; later c. 7 pers. alone 1 S 12 3 ; c. el. orat. recta, 7K pers. Est4 13 "; similar phrases, EZ9 11 Pr 18" 24 21 * 26" Hb2' Jb 31' 4 32" (Gi v 16 ), 40 4 . *> 4. a. bring back (in retribution, cf. Qal 7 f ) upon, subj. oft. ace. of evil, Ju 9", E>&*"V3 J u 9° 1 S 25 39 1 K 2" Jo 4 4 - 7 , tsWrfy 1 K 2 32 , e*T7K Ne 3 36 ; 7 pers. Gn 5 o l5 (E), 1 S 6 3 («^n 3K>n), v 4 25 31 (retom evil for good), + , etc. ; abs. a ma£e requital, 7 pers. 2 Ch 6 23 + (3 comp.) Ho 12 3 Pr 24 1229 ; tc. ace. of good, 7 pers. 2 S 16 12 26 s3 Zc 9 12 ; c. 3 comp. + 7 pers. f 1 8 21 - 2i = 2 S 2 2 s '- 25 , and (3 comp.- only) 2 Ch 32"; requite V, benefits, ace. rei + '"7 + 1 16 12 , cf. Nu 18 9 (P). b. pay as recom- pense, 175$> tr; tlD3 EX21 34 (E); so (fig.) of' *, b DiJJ t^n Dt 32 4143 , iBK HDH3 t^ I s 66 15 . 5. turnback, backward = repel, defeat, c/P.SmK 2 K 1 8 24 = Is 36 s , ace. HO($0 I s 2 8 6 , ace. of sword ^89", ace. pers. + linN ^44" (4. '30 pers.), Is 44" (%•, = refute, confute), fig. of calamity La i 13 ; = repulse, hinder Je 2 24 , esp. ace. L514 27 C*-C), cf. 43 13 , Jb 9 12 11' 9 23 13 ; =reject, refuse, 'B ^.2(-riK) 1 K 2 ,6 -' 7 - 20 - 20 2 Ch 6 42 f 1 3 2 '». 1 6. a. <wrn oway face, fig., +7$>C rei EZI4 6 ; ace. pers. + fO rei Mai 2 6 ; anger of' (acc.) + 75?D pers. Nu 25" (P), Pr 24 18 , JD pers. Je 18 20 Ezr io"; ace. only, Jb 9 13 V 78 s8 io6 ra ; ace. of human anger Pr 1 5 ' 2 9 s . b. late, turn toward, ace. face, 7 loc. Dnii 1819 , ace. foot, 7K rei f 119 59 (fig.). t7. lam against, 7N-7S, c . ace. mi Jb 1 5 «. 8. 33b~7K 't^n Jr^ ' oac k to mind, take into consideration, c. ace. La 3 s1 , sq. el. with *| Dt 4 39 (cf. Dr), obj. om. 30 1 1 K 8 47 = 2 Ch 6 37 , Is 44 19 , + (?S?) 4 6 8 . 9. 3^n 'BrW3B*-nSJe 3 2 44 33 7 »49 li La2' 4 Ez39 2 > + (Qr Hiph., Kt Qal) Je 33* 4 6 39 Jo 4' (v. Qal 9). 1 10. Hiph. declar., 7j?D 'B»n Ez 14 6 = shew a turning away from your idols (i.e. turn away), cf. (P?) 18™, abs. WJ1 'B>n v 32 ; of *♦, f'linn 'B>n W + 8 5 4 (but rd. prob. 'N fhn nnb'E'n [6 a supra]) ; perhaps in physical sense Jon 1 13 (b« loc; We Now sc. MX, etc.). +11. reverse, revoke, ace. (sf.) rei, i.e. judgment, Am ,3.6. 9 .n.i3 2 ,.4. 6 . ble8gin g Nu 23*, (poem j n E)) edict Est 8 5 ' 8 . +Hoph. Pf. 3 ms. 30V1 Gn TO1© " my money has been returned I cf. Pt. IDS? 3P1Q-I 43" (both J); «fr 'tSH Nu 5 8 (P) the DB>K wMeA u restored to '■> ; pi. D»atWD Je2 7 16 the vessels are about to be brought back, c. f? loc. ; Impf. 3 ms. nBT3-n« 3B-V1 Ex io 8 (J; cf. Ges »">". b ) Moses was brought back, c. ?K pers. t rQ^lty n.f. retirement, withdrawal (from T war, etc., cf. Mi 2 8 ) ; — Is 30 15 . fn. [n2 , tt}] cstr.n2Wrestoration(1)^i>■l26 , , but read JV3B>, v. sub n3E— 1. m"0 v. 3(K f 1. ITltt? adj. backturning, recusant, apostate' (perhaps for 33^?, Pt. Po'l. OP 251 " GeB» B, Ko'-« 4 );— 'r Is 57 17 ; pL D, ? a «** D'rnte' Je 3 1422 .— D , 331B' Je 50 6 Kt< Qr D133iB> © Comm., cf. -/Po'l. fii. 32111' n.pr.m. 2o>j3a/9, etc.: 1. son of David 2S5"=iChi4 4 , 1CI13 5 . 2. son of Caleb 1 Ch 2 18 . T 2!jYiI) adj . backturning, apostate (perh. for "MO, v. 1. late*) ;— as subst., "&) Mi 2 4 (but read prob. WjW o«r captors) ; f. n33^ri nan Je 3 1 22 (of Israel), 49/ (of Amnion). t ^©' , n.pr.m. usu. laaovfi; — 1. in Issachar Nu 26" (P) 1 Ch 7 1 Qr (Kt TV). 2. one with foreign wife Ezr io 29 .— Is 7 3 v. WS^ INK'. T' , 3.^l7" , adj. gent, of foregoing 1 ; c. art. as subst. coll. "n Nu 26 24 . tcnV XSXT n.pr.m. in Judah 1 CI14 22 ; ©L iniarpt^av <avroiy Aet/i. tc3?2i!. , n.pr.m. a hero of David: — 1 Ch t : T|T ii", 12 6 , 27 2 (natpa ae", q. v . p. 444 supra, in 2 S 23 s , V. Dr); Iefff/3a8a, Ic<rcrc/3aaX, Icr/3aa/x, etc.; rd. in all •J , 3B > N AVe al. T"1Dn 2FP n.pr.m. son of Zerubbabel, v vv - t I Ch 3 20 ; Apofiao-ovK, ©L Iu<ro/3ff. t[PDWto], rCCfo n.f. turning back, apostasy; — abs. naBT? Je 3 s +; cstr. naWPO Pr i 32 ; sf. Draw Ho 14'; pi. sf. oa'-naie'D j e

a , etc.; — backturning, apostasy, of Isr., Ho 

14*, , naiS'p 1 1' apostasy from me (si vera 1.); of Juda'h Je 2" 3 m 5" 8 s 14 7 (all pl.) + Ez 37*' (read OrVrtflSW for f*0, © Coram.); TIPIM 'D Je8' enduring, perpetual apostasy; also as n. concr., appos. of foil, word, &] faBto Je 3 68 " 12 apostate one, Israel. Of individual, nattf'D DVIB p r 1*.

rncS 

tlUiCJQ n.pr.m. in Simeon, I Ch 4 s4 ; t : Mo<70)j3a/3, ©L e'ni<rTpc(pa>v. rrnnWnl n.f. return, answer; — 1. sf. nriDtn lnatSTR 1 S 7 17 and his return was ( = he T T T T T ■.. . f . returned) to Rama. 2. esp. cstr. JiaWrip i"0#n a< the return of the year, i. e. of spring,

s 1 1 1 1 k 20 22 - 26 2 ch 3 6 10 , ¥0 ify nj£ 1 Ch 
1 (|| 2 S ii 1 ). 3. answer, pi. abs. naB'n 

Jb34 36 , sf. D?"na^ri 21 34 . hXyW v. ^JOf* (cf. Sab. n.pr. i>X3in Os ZMO xlx (1S65), 19811. JJ a l<» T_) JJ J{ ZMG mvll (1883). 16 T TJD.'itlJ n. pr. m. Aramaean general, 2 S IO 16 - 18 (2a)/3<K, ©L 2a0«), = *BW i Ch io 16 - 1 ' (2a)(f>ap, 2a T W ; A 2ax£ax, 2o)/3a^, ©L 2oXpaic). TOitt) n.pr. v. tatf. p3faj, pniU) n.pr. v. pat?. J0t#' (yof following; || form of UV, mv). t[rOWJa3 n.f. error;— sf. WlKTS Jbi 9 4 (? rd. »£*$). titf Jb 5 21 van d. H., for 1. "IB* q.v. sub 115?. ["fiffi] vb., "W* V 9 l6 v - TW>. fl- ("Ht^ vb. (be even, smooth, v. Pi., T T hence) agree with, be like, resemble (Ar. ,jy* 11. make even, flat, uniform (with something else); Aram. W$ (der. spec.) be like, jo*, be equal, fit, like, Pa. lay out smoothly, Aph. make plain, fit, worthy) ; — Qal P/. 3 ms. '? 'E> *6 Jb 33 27 (si vera 1.) i'< was not equalled to me, i. e. (v. infra ; ace. to most) not requited (so De Di Da, and Is 16 6 %); Bu »# t6 !* ^od cftd no< requite (or D.^ for mB'); Du ^il|3 TV($ ib (cf. ©); Impf. 1 s. of Hlf S . . . 'O^K Is 4 o 2i <o w/ioot shall I be like t ( || V^Hs?), implying that he is incomp.; 3 mpl. a3Ti^ t6 Pr 3" are not comparable with her (wisdom), so 8"; 2 ms. *"HJB^T|i Pr 26 4 lest thou be like him (a fool); Pt. a IW Est 7 4 is not an equivalent for; c. ?, suitable for 3 s , so I 22 HiOrRy K,u (rdg. toy my ^3 for toj) fit^ps, but v. Siegf.); adequate for 5". Pi. P/. 3 ms. ff^ Is 28 s5 /ie /ta</t levelled its (the ground's) surface ; 1 s. n?W 'riDpini >n^K' ^131=/ /taw smoothed (com- posed) dni stilled my soul; so, sc. VfJ Is 38' 3

  • S GesDe al.; HoubLo Che Du al. read ^0

I cried; ace. D'tpEE't? 1 19' 10 accounted suitable, meet (|| *rnna njlDS fflf), Hi, cf. Gr v 128 (v. Qal Est 3 s ); We ins. "^b (II. 'V, cf. ^ 1 6 s ) ; Zenner Du WN. Hiph. make like: Impf. u.HB ^"nifK La 2 ,3 (||nt3i^) ; 2 mpl.wni TMflfl n?S Is 46 s (cf. Qal 40 2 '). Nithp. (appar.) Pf. 3 fs. rmm (for "W?'?) Pr 2 f' 5 or* aZtAe, but read prob. Niph. 3' Vs. nniE'J Ges' 75, Toy al.— nwn Jb 30" Kt v. II. tW.

1. HlttJ n. [m.] level plain;— in BJOTS n ^ 

Gn 14 s (v. 'p p. 9oo a ; 'p appos. ace. to 01 !277c Lag 8 " 43 ; lid. mf); 2™,?. fn. rntf in n.pr.loc. 'E> pDJ> Gn i 4 17 (v. 'y); Savi). tnltt?"] n.pr.m. in Asher,Gn46 17 =iCh7 S0 ; leaaai, Ia"oua, Ifcrouff, etc. fi. ^Q? 1 n.pr.m. 1. in Asher, Gn 46 = 1 Ch 7 30 , Nu 26"; IfOiA, IouX, Io-oui, Uaov, etc. 2. a son of Saul 1 S 14 49 ; Ifo-<riou(X), but read byZ&K as 1 Ch 8 s3 9 M (v. If*"** p . 36"), cf. We Dr al. fn. *V& adj. gent, of foregoing 1; c. art. asn.coll.'!?, Nu2 6 44 . til. [rnt£^] vb. Pi. set, place (BAram. Hithpa. X KlV Pa. set, make (oft. X=OW, TNf); Thes al.sub I.'v, orig.«e<,£>Zace,then set together, compare, < weakened fr. orig. make even, right, cf. Vulg. Ar. (Jll 11. make (Wahrm, cf. also Ba Es«^._py g j g Wg» ^, l6 8 J £ aws set ', J^g we ( ,r !?;6); i'S 7J8 '^ 89 s0 / have placed strength upon a hero, cf 21 6 ; Pt. ? $f3 rWD 1 S 22" «ett»i$r my feet like hinds = V' 18 34 (cf. X f W Gn 48 20 Je 29 s5 , for 3 D^);— Is 3 8 13 v. I. mtj>;— Impf. = make, produce, 3 ms. r? niB* HS Ho io 1 (Israel as vine), si vera 1., v. We Now (|| ,_ !S nt?y H09 16 , cf. 8 7 ). t[nitt^] vb. sink down (Buhl disting. this as II. 't? (Ar. * ( j) sink down, MI 9 - 23 nVM prob. depression, excavation, reservoir, so fWK Ecclus5o 3 ), and hence HPIB' Pr 2 18 , si vera 1., and foil, deriv., from I. 'v melt away (Ar. — L-. {tj)flow and spread, melt away, Eth. A>fh; cawse to dwindle, tLfhl phthisis, Aram. niB> ( ,„i, flow or meft away, vanish), whence La 3 20 ^ 4 4 " 6 J but insuff. evidence for I. '{? in Heb.); — sink down, Qal Pf. 3 fs. «0BJ 1S$ nnfc ^ 44 M (II H?^ n i?^); ™? ,3n l'?*^? / B'Pr2 18 (||D , {<ST^?; but '3 rnasc., rd. nrW, V'nnB', Albr ZAW " ,<1896 > 82 ,

nfftj 

so Toy); Impf. 3 fs. ^M £| 0«OT La 3 M Qr, Hiph. declar. D'SOT Kt, of depression of mind. — f49 13 Gr rds. >nf for MT Vie* but v. nne>.— Hithp. ^42, 43 v. Pints'. tnnW n.f. pit;— abs. V Je 2 6 land of steppe and pits (coll.); fig., ^ V HflJ Je 18 s0 , so v 22 (Qr); nfley Pr 23 s7 deep pit (in fig. of harlot), cf. 2 2 14 . tnrrip n.f. id.;— '») ma Jei8 K Kt (Qr nmc'), V57 7 ; pi- ^"^ ' 3 "P 95 - tnni"' n.f. pit;— abs. 't? ^7 16 + ; nn£ i6 10 + ; cstr. nnw is 38 17 V' 35 7 ; sf. •nnne> Ez 19 49 ( 4. nhnB* ^ 3 5 s1 " We) ; — 1. pit, for catching lion (infig.)Ezi9 4 - 8 ; &>*.'& bya f 7 16 ; entry 9 16 ; c. nan 35 7 (tiansp.'B* to v b ) ; c. ma 94" Pr 26"; + ^35 8b <SWe(fornKie>); 'B>3 i>3B Jb 9 31 . 2. ;;i< of Sh« ol, V m* Jb 33 24 ; 'B'(n) nxn V ^'"(l^iKf), 49 10 ; 'b6, c. TlJn Ez 28 s , and t/. 55" (t? Tg^>); 31? Jb 33"; HID) IS51 14 ; Ofe nay Jb33 28 ; ^"^ "HI V' 30 10 ; tft>, c pt?n Is 38' 7 (poem), c $m Jb33 ,8 p?o); c. n^yn Jon 2 7 ; c. 3^n Jb SaT"?'?); c. i;NJ ^ 103 4 ; personif. Jb 17" (|| ™?1).— 't? here either =^i«f (hollow place, cavern), or < =pit in /IN?' (cf., from Ezek. on, "fa 5; also fftgif, p. 2, and 9m$ *&2$ Pr 9 18 . This distinction of two parts of W?* became important in Jewish and Christian theology). TrnttJ n.pr.m. son of Abr. and Keturah, Gn 25 s 1 Ch i 32 ; 2»u(, 2cof, Sovt. — In As. Stthi is named as Aramaean land on Euphr.(left bank Tiele GMCl,1M < right bank, cf. esp. Schr KG142t ; it had, however, dependencies on left bank) by TP I. (KB 133 ), ASumasirp. (Id. 1 ""- 101 ). tn. nn%' n.pr. 'son'oflin, iCh4 u (A<r X a, oua), = nB'in v 4 (Qo-ai/, Oucra), V. 'n. tTntf, *TK6 adj.gent. of T0 (Hilpr* 3 *"'*" inrn^u cp- Aa.-Su-ha-m);— 1B»n nnba Jb 2" 8 l 42"; '^n l8' 25 1 ; 2au^(e)ir>;s, (2auxa«<)«'). tanittj n.pr.m. in Dan, Nu 26 42 , 2a/i(t)i, 2a/i«; =11. COT, B^n Gn 46 s3 , A<ro^. t^mfij adj.gent. of foregoing; c. art. IS'n as n. coll. Nu 26 42 . [rPniC?] n.pr.m. v. sub nnt?. tl. t^'ltf vb.go or rove about (NHAram. t3W rove, row (Jon i ,3 swim (Is 25"), stroke, ttltf

snaJ besmear; v. also DiB>); — Qal yo or rove about : Pf. 3 pi., abs. Dyn 1BB> Nu i I s (J ; gathering manna), so, c. 3 loc, Impf. 3 mpl. «WJ 2 S 24 s , /me. ms. KrOlB' v 2 , /re/. cs<r. Ott? Jb V, OK* 2 2 (both || *lk)TOi perhaps also Gn 24 s3 (01B>b for 0*6, so © Thes 1322 cf. Di Gunk Dr); Je 8 6 Du reads OB* for 2V.—PL Q^OB* v. 01B» denom. infr. Pol. go eagerly, quickly, to and fro : Impf. 3 ms. Bfeb 1001B" Am 8 12 (|| «TO); abs. IBB** Dn 12 4 ; c 3 loc, 7mt>. mpl. 10tpiB> Je 5 1 , Ft. pi. D'OOiEn? Zc4 10 , niOCBTD 2 Ch 1 6 9 (both of * W). HithpS'l. Imv. (pi., 3 loc, njOOiBTin Je 49' rure to and fro. ttOitT n.m. 1528 " scourge, whip (NH uZ., so Ar. bll; i>-l (j) mta;, s<ir about and beat; Eth. ftD-T; Aram. KOto 5 , %eJL; from fore- going? cf. Germ, streifen; or onomat., cf. sivish, switch?); — 'E 5 abs. Isio 26 + , cstr. Jbs 21 ; pi. D , OiB' 1 K 1 2 11 + ; — 1. scourge, for chastisement, 1 K i2 I,14 =2 Ch io" w (all c. vb.10?); fig. of national scourge (wielded by •) Is io 26 2 8 15 (Qr; > Kt tTB*), v' 8 (both ROiB> ttf s v . siotjj^ calamity Jb C; 23 ; ZasA, of (accusing) tongue Jb 5 21 (rd. '#t? as ©). 2. wA(p, for horse, 'b> Pip Na 3 2 i.e. crack of whip, Dto> 'B> p r2 6 3 (||0^»pa 1jj» 03B>). ttMtttf n.[m.] scourge; — abs. ttt^S 'B> Jos 23" (D; national scourge ; <rd. D^iB*). T ID" 1 © n. [m.] rowing (&%whipping, lashing the water); — only / B'" ,| 3X Is 33 21 rowing ves- sel; — 28 15 Kt v. BIB*. t[tMtt}] vb.denom. row;— Ft. pi. G^OB* rowers Ez 27 s - 26 (of Tyre as ship). ttOitfc n.[m.] oar;— "D ^Oh Ez 2 7 211 . t [Uft&ti] n. [~m.] id. ; pi. sf. TOW? Ez 2 7 6 (Ko"- ,M , cf. Ges ,7Z •), made of oak-trees. f II. [Dlti^] vb. treat with despite, only Ezek. (Aram. 0*B>, ^£ despise; cf. perhaps As. Sdtu, rebel, Meissn) ; — only Qal Pt. , c. ace. pers. : mpl. (subst.) DriiK D'BKtfn Ez28 24 ' 26 (Ko ,u - 108 - 346 Gee' 72 "); fpl. 'qniN nit3KB»n tW^^ rf 153 i6 w (Ko" , " B ). TEN® n. [m.] despite, contempt (ex- panded fr.ore'supr., Ko'- 438 '" 1 - 486 );— abs/B^a E>D33 Ez 25 15 with despite in the soul; cstr. 'E'3 ^3 36 s ; sf/3310KB/-^3 25 «(Ges' 23<, Kb ,,L67 ). ")t^(*/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^Lhangdown loose). t[^t*j] n.m. 186 ' skirt, of robe;— pi. cstr. V Ex 2 8 34 + ; sf. ^ W Na 3 s + , vW Is 6' + , Hv^Lai 9 ; — skirts; of , 'strain, in vision Is 6 1 ; elsewh. of city personif. as woman, in phrase of ignominy, ^0 ,r ?SE>n J e 13 26 , t|*i|4y 'B> W$J Na3',131 'B> &? Jei3 K ; of defilement, Wy*Cfe 'B>3 La i 9 ; of high priest's robe Ex 2 8 K:aM = 39 s4 - 25 - 26 (all P). hhw v. S^f>. T t rTO^tt? usually expl. as adj. gent. f. Shulammite; — c. art. as n. *8^1 heroine of Song of Songs Ct 7 11 ; =Shunammite (from DjwT mod. Sulem), B SovftavttTis ; but N A 2ovafuris ; ? cp. Nab. n.pr.f. no^B* = lX-.ll, lllll Lzb 376 . t[D1ttf| n.[m.] garlic;— pi. Dnsa? Nu 11 s (J) (allium sativum, Linn, Thes Low N °' 336 Post Brt.BBn.iM Tr ; 8tr MHB4« ( or aW j- um Ascalonicum, cf. Buhl, after Tristr FFP43 °; v. this and Post Fiom789 £ or ma „y kinds of allium); Ar. ly, Aram. KOV1, LioL, As. iilmu). VIM? v. nDB> infra. t^CJ 1. n.pr.m.inGad,Gii46 ,6 Nu26 15 ; 2auv(c)«, Sowci, Suuni. 2. adj. gent, of 1, c. art.=n. coll. Nu 26 16 .'

03^1® n.pr.loc. in Issachar; — Jos 19 18 (P), 
S 28 4 2 K 4 8 ; lovraffi], 'S.afuxv, Sav/iav, ©L Jos 

Jwi|/i ; in Egypt. Sa-n-m-d, Sa-na-ma WMM a., u. Eur. 170. mod- Sulem, N. oiZerin (Jezreel), Buhl G21 ', cf. GASm G400ff -. 'n^Q^ltL' adj. gent. f. of foregoing: 1. Ttfn JB«3K 1 K i 3 - 16 2 17 - 2 ' ('^n), v 52 (tU). 2. 1^

K 4 UMM . 

t)fl!l&] vb. Pi. cry out for help (Gerb 33 thinks denom. from ?*$)&, and this from v akin to JJB" deliver);— Pf. 1 s. *?!$# V'So' + S t*» /«»p/ 3 fs. P^n Jb 2 4 12 ; 2 ms. VWfl Is 5 8 9 , etc.; Inf. cstr. sf. *^ V 28 2 31 23 ; ♦?$ 5 3 (01 Jmd ),etc; Pt.yw® T2™ Jb2 9 n ;— cry forlielp: abs. ^ 72 12 Jb i 9 7 "24 12 2 9 ' 2 30 28 3 5 9 , +Is 38 13 Houb Lo Che Du al. (for , n^B i ); specif, to God + 5* 18 42 1 19 147 Jb36 13 Is 58 9 Jon2 3 Hb i 2 La 3 s ; c.^X^i8 7 22 25 28 2 =3i 23 ,30 3 88 ,4 + v 2 (rd.with "Weir "rip T p Di 11 »nf# ^n'i'K), Jb 30 20 38 41 . fl. V'W, [Vyr »] n.m. cry for helpj-'B* jnS Jb 30 24 (Bi Di Bu Du p* l6); ^ 36 19 (Bu Buhl ISfjB/, Du in , 'B').— 1. JfW> v. p. 447 b . jntf

■nttj fn. Pi© n.[m.] cry, perhaps war-cry, or cry for help in war Is 22 s . — 1. #& v. J?B> >ltt> J n.f. cry for help ;— cstr. Typ 1 S5 12 Je8 19 ; sf. VO0 2 8 22 7 = f 18 7 , ^39" 40 2 102 2 La 3 M (gloss on 'firm Ew al.); finjntf Ex2 23 (P),f 34 ^ I45 ^ i.^itf , 1. 11. g^tf, N^ftf v. p. 447 b supra. tni. jntlj n.pr.gent. Ez2 3 23 usu. identified with As. Sutu, Sutl, nomads of Mesop. and (later) E. of Tigris, Dl p,23<ff - COT ,d,oc - Wkl KAT 3. 12 J) f Hart. DB K0» t[ t ] ! lt^] vb. bruise (NH id., Aram. *V&,

  • 0, *L rub off, away, grind (Ex 32 20 $0} for

ID?); v. esp. Dr G °; >Di al. think || form of I. INK"); — Qal Imp/. 3 ms. + 2 ms. ^BPXh KV1 2^ 13B1i?'n nriNl t?N1 Gn3 15 ; *?BW>< rt^WTfte Jb 9 17 ; ^fW* -Jt?n ?ie! f 139" mngl unsuitable" read perh. c. Ew al. ^Slb) cover, screen, me. IJDilD v. IffW. IDD'lttJ v. DMBB' sub t|St?". I. p1t# (-/of foil., meaning dub.; Ar. JUL is <Zrtw beast, etc., carry on affairs ; Eth. flfc sustain; cf. Ar. JUL fe#, esp. sAawA, Aram. Ni?iB> % (rare), J<LL %, <%7 4 ; connexion dub. with As. suku, street, Aram. Kg**, loo*, «<ree«, market-place (whence Ar. Jjl loan-word ace. to Fra 187 ; but then j-=B>i), Palm. pic id., Lzb 373 ). pitt) ]9 n.[f. L ' 7 ' 33 cf.Albr ZAW " , < 1696 )'" if -, so Ar., v. Lane ff«i»«>] leg;— V abs. 1 S 9 2 < + ,' cstr. Ex 29 27 + ; du. DS>fc* Dt 28 s5 Pr 2 6 7 , cstr! tW f i 47 >», sf. *gW Ct 5 '*;— % .- 1. f man , specif, lower leg, calf, disting. from thigh, in 10P9 'v oni* « Jui 5 9 fe «ofe <A€W, % w^ow «%/t, i.e. utterly (cf. GFM), Dt 28 s5 (II D :?-13), p r 26 7 V , I47 io Ct5 , 6 . of woman (city personif.) Is 4 7 3 . 2. of sacrificial animal, specif, upper leg, thigh, hind leg, portion eaten 1 S 9 " (cf. Klein**™ «■».« cited also by Nes

  • ™'% r9j0 * Wyfe t%A Ex 2 9 32 + 6 t. P (v

P<?:), nonnn V Lv 7* + 4 t. P, *%A of contri- bution (v. 'n p. 929).— © p P a X ico V , 33 armws, hence AV al. shoulder, but v. Di Baen Dr Dt18 - 3 . 'p^CJ n.m. street (Aram.; v. •/); — 't?"Pr7 8 Ec 12 45 ; pi. ttQtf Ct3 2 . fll. [pW] vb. prob. be abundant (As. Mku, abundance) ; — Pol. Imp/. 3 ms. sf. npipB-ril ^65'° tfww ('■.) hast visited the earth and given it abundance (Hup Che al.; >Vrss thought of n$t) irrigate, so Bae EV). Hiph. Pf. consec. Ph'n D'a^n *p#j] j 2 « ^ OT ^ overflow with must, so (ace. om.) 4 13 . III. pWf (/of foil.; Ba M « cp. Ar. JUt, a«rac«, impel, of desire, affection, Jji, desire, but u i=B> is doubtful ; perhaps therefore (cf. Buhl) cp. JUL rfnVe, v. I. pit? ; or id. np^tW ; on NH pit?, ppint?'n, v. Ne8 ZAW,,,v(19w >' 3,2ff I [n^tfjl] n.f. longing; — of woman for man, TR^PI ^>W^ Gn 3 16 (J); of man for woman, tap x lt?"jp ^Xl "linij *3N Ct7 u ; of beast to devour, fig. inpefcl ^K Gn 4 7 (J). (© frna- Tpo0>} Gn, <niorpo<f>q Ct, whence Nes^^prop. ^3*^ Gn 3 16 , which Ball H -' reads in all; but how explain the unusual and striking word in MT 1). tl. [Tlttf] vb. perh. travel, journey (As. Mru, pass along, take one's way, Ar. 'C(^) go, pass along, journey, iJUtl caravan, Palm. WW Lzb 375 SAC" 3 Cooke 271 , Syr.Jl.wL., (?Ar. loan-wd., Fra ,80 ));— Qallmpf. 2 fs. 1jbs£ nr'ni ?Otf? Is 5 7 9 awrf <Aom (the apostate faction) rf^s< >wney to (the god) Melek with (thine) oil, i.e. bring, offer it (Che Marti read ^Ofll). P«. fpl. ^ni-ie* Ez 2 7 25 ships of Tarshish were thy travellers (i.e. traders), but improbable ; Krae 3 -J? nine' journey for thee with thy wares; Toy 3 Tj^sn j Co ^nTHB> served thee. trn^ri n.f. gift, present^) (fr. above-/ = thing brought, offered] very dubious);— 'n 1 S 9 7 (meaning inferred from context). fll. plttf] vb. behold, regard(esp.Jb);— Qal Impf. 3 ms.-Ut^ Je 5 26 , sf. %$& Jb 34 » etc.; Imv. ms.11!?" Jb 35 5 ;_l. oe/^ c . acc . pers. Nu 2 3 9 2 4 17 (poems in JE, || nNI), i6 T&ty, subj. eye, Jb 2 4 15 , and (=1 shall not exist) 7 8 , cf. 20 9 (subj.WpC), I? »; God object 34 29 35"; look, gaze, abs., jt? loc Ct 4 8 . 2. re^a»-cJ with watchful care (subj. '*) Ho i 4 9 ; so, =notice, Jb35 13 ; rejrarrf, ooserve, acc. rei, God's word Jb 33 " (Hi De Da al.), so, (reading 2 ms.), SiegfBu; Du 133^ he (God) retracts it not. 3. watch stealthily, lie in wait^Vtt, IITT^ " 1 ? 33 Hoi3 7 (subj/i; Meinh Marti IpE^K ; ®@33We Now al. "&*), J e 5^ ( su bj. wicked).— Jb 33 s7 TWJ

WJ fr. ["fitf! dub. word, only pi. sf. W Barn •n«>3 f 92", read *$&* (Bae al.) v. foil. ["^"?.^] n - m - (insidious) watcher, (prop. Pol.P^ ( 1?om.,Ges' 82 ■);— pi. sf. irf&+B&, 'TV® 5* 2 7"> 'T}® 54 7 59 11 ; 9 2 ' 2 v - foregoing. III. Tlt# (/of foil.; Ar. jI (j) is ftecome raised, excited, leap, spring ; NH "W = BH, = Sab. (I)iin SabDenkm N ° 12 - ,s DHM z,, °""" (iK>».3«. Ar. p, Aram. K"!^, )»oL"; Nab. Klin as n.pr.m. Lzb 384 (Gk.TaCpos, Lat. taunts, Eng. steer); As. Mrw, Eth. AC:). "TTO„ n.m. Ne518 a head of cattle, bullock, ox, etc. (oft. + lion , nf, etc.) ;— 'e* abs. Is i'+ , cstr. Ex2i li + , sf. ,-rie> 2o 17 + , etc.; pi. &"))& Ho 1 2"; — usu. a single head of cattle, without emphasis on sex (opp."ip,a coll.Ex2i 37 Nu7 3 ): as property, spoil of war, etc.Ex2o' 7 (E; Gi v 14 )= Dt 5 19 , cf. Dt 5", Ex 2i 33 (E) || Dt 22', Ex 21 3737 (|| TJ3 of five head), 2 2 3MW 2 3 12 (all E), Dt 22 1 Gn 4 9 6 (poem in J), Dt 28" Ju 6 4 1 S 1 2 3 Jb 24 s ; as licking up (^l n ?) grass Nu2 2 4 (J), feeding ■<r 106™ (in ref. to golden calf), cf. Is 7 25 32 30 ; lowing Jb6 s ; as intelligent Is I 3 , vicious (goring nj}) Ex 2i 282828 +n t. Ex 21 (E); used in ploughing Dt22 10 , threshing 25 4 , cf. Pri4 4 ; drawing wagon Nu7 3 (P; opp.l^a coll.); '& 'JB Ez i 10 ; specif, of male t Jb 21 10 (opp. n-)B), of female tLv 22 s8 (H), perhaps also Nu i8'"(P), appar. generic Dt 15" 33 17 (poem, fig.); rarely coll. Gn 32" { + t&), Ex 34 19 — cf. Lv 27 M (P)— Jos 6 2 ' 7 24 (all J), 1 S 15 3 22"; fas slaughtered Pr 7 B , for food 1 S 14 3434 (but v b read T^NfnK) with ©ThWeDr al.) 1 K i 1925 Dt 14 4 Lv 17 3 (H), cf. Ne5 ,9 0ns '{?), P r 15' 7 ; for tsacrifice Ju 6 B ('B'n-iS, text strange, cf. GFM), ^ 69 s2 (IB lie', but join IB to v b Bae), 2 S 6 13 Hoi2 12 , Lv 9 4l8 (P), 22 23 - 27 (H), Nu i5 n (P), Dt 17 1 18 3 , cf. LV7 23 9"; nai "nBto Lv4 ,0 (P); illicit sacri- fice Is 66 3 .

11. "VUE n. [m.] wall (Aram, VTM>, )»o».);— 

Gn49 K (poem in J), 2 S 22 30 =i 1 / 18 30 ; pi. sf. DrhlE> Jb 24" their walls De Di De, cf. Bu ; but v. iTJIE* infra; yrpf Je5 10 =t'<« walls, ace. to Vrss AV RV Gf Gie, read then % but v. id. f in. "VttE n.pr.loc. SW. of Palestine, on E. border of Egypt;— Gn 16 7 (J; 't? lyvn), 20 ' (E), towards Egypt 25 18 (J), 1 S 15 7 , TTV& 2 f; 'B'-BTDEx i 5 M (J)._Oft. supposed to denote properly the ' wall ' or line of fortresses, built NHB 462 ff. ■cT^- by Egyptian kings across isthmus of Suez ; but dub.: cf. Dr H *" DB8U0R . T [m^ltS] n.f. prob. row of olives or vines (so DuBuhl al.; cf. NH n-JH?, J Aram. Vtyf* row, whence mod. Ar. i.^i, as loan-word, cf. Vogelst 1 *'" 1 -""" 01 "* "'•); — pi. sf. D^W* Jb 24" (al. 11. 11^); Bu and Du del. sf. ; here also Je 5 10 (reading 'B*) Du Buhl Dr, her (v e-)rows, but Nlptt? n.pr.m. 1 Ch 18 16 , v. nn^. ti. )UriP, Wfitti n.m. TOBfiBj n.f. usually Illy, prob. any lily-like flower (Tristr Post"" t - I>BL,LT Low" 0323 ; NHnSE'iB', Ar. (Vulg.^1), esp.ms, Aram. KHJE-'lB', £jJiZ (PS 4344 ), Gk. <tov<to V Lewy Fremdw - 4; '; orig. loan- word from Egypt, sssn, sosen, Erman ZMQ,,, ' (1892, • u7 );—lily: insim., njtfWj niB;Hoi 4 7 (ofIsr.), D'ninrt pa 'it?a Ct 2 2 (aim. of bride), so cstr. cpovn njtpie' v 1 (cf. n^san); p i. B»jgW 2 16 4'

2,3 7 3 and (fig. of lover's lips) 5 13 ; of flower- 

shaped capitals of pillars, WW riVVQ 1 K 7", |^W '» v 22 ; cf. )fV nna f brim of molten sea v* || HJjW 'B 2 Ch 4 6 ;' elsewh. only ^-titles : B*jeW-^g ^45' 69 1 , rrnj? fgW^j 60 1 , U ' flft^«f WHf 80 1 ; meaning not clear, v. Bae et Comm. al.; yet cf. nnjJ, sub my. f 11. WW n.pr.loc. Susa, winter residence of Persian kings ; 'S.ovo-av, h Xova-ots (cuneif. &&san Dl p * 326 COT*""' ' Billerbeck SuM Say HMt - DBSB ° a " AS );— m;an 12? Ne i 1 ( 9 th month, |>D3), Dn 8 2 (in Elam), Est i 2 - 6 2 3 - 5 - 8 3 16 * 8 14 9 «-"- ls (i 2th month, TJK, v'); 'an m., f& Est 4 916 and (month inN) £»»"•■*». 'b> "pfn gi^b gis tp^W? n.pr.m. 1 K M^Kt, Qr P^ q.v. ftW v. TT'B'. TriT^© n.pr.m. in Ephraim, Nu 26 s4 I Ch 7 21 , f^B* v 20 Nu 26 M ; 2o«raXa, 2a)^aXa, etc., @L 2ovdaa(an). T^VorW adj.gent. of foregoing; cart. 'tfn as subst. coll. Nu 26 K . t[*lT»3^] vb. catch sight of, look on (of eye);— -Qui Pf. 3 fs. sf. pers., subj. ft, IRBTf Jb20 9 , so (rei) 28 7 ; cf. tWB*n «jn|WW Ct i 6 because the sun hath looked on me. pTttf] vb. Hoph. be twisted (NH "i]E> twist; cf. Ar. jj-i, look askew at, also twist cord rroj

nntf from the left Ba KS49 (expl. E>, for normal B*, as dissim. before T), Jacob Ar - Dlch, " ,M );— Ft. VV ITfO Ex 26 UU6 + 17 t. Ex (P); B>B» om. 39". nty v. nne tPTntf] vb. give a present, bribe (Eeclus35 1 ' 1 ; Aram.TnB', •_!«. 6n'6e; perh.also As. dMe, fljfa, D1 WB643 )';— Qal /mp/ 2 fs., ace. pers. DniN , "inB'Pll Ez 1 6™ thou didst bribe them to come (Kta^; ||DTJ? i™); rd. prob. also Inf. estr. sf. aWls 47" to buy it off (for MT ST^, so Kr Gr Buhl Che""' Heb m , cf. Marti ; v. Pr 6 :tl ); Imv. mpl. nj(? "D?> (Ges' 64 *) Jb 6 M </M>e a 6W6e for me. t.<. "in© n.m. present, specif, bribe ; — 'E> abs. Is i 25 + 2 2 1. ; — 6m'6«, usu. to pervert justice, obj. of npb Ex2 3 " (E), =Dt 16"*, Dt io' 7 1 S8 3

Ch 19 7 >//i5 6 Pr 17 s ; +inf., take 6n'6e to do 

something, Dt 27" Ez 22 12 ; V 3HK I 8 ,»• c f. also5 23 33 !5 Ex2 3 8b (E)=Dti6 1!,b , Mi3'>26 10 Pr 1 7 9 21"; / B , "^n? Jb 1 5 M . i- e - » D ° ue of bribe- givers ; 'B> Pr 6 s5 (|| IDS) is hush-money, or (poss.) legal compensation (cf. Toy); '&> elsewh. (c. n !?V') of bribing king to take sides 1 K 15" 2K16 8 , cf. Is 45" (IP'™?). rnnt^l vb. bow down (NH id.; L T T f 172 X JAram. *n& (rare); akin to me>, nnt?);— Qal Iinv.fs.typis5i a bow down. Hiph. fmpf.^ms. sf. njne^ Pr I2- 6 , fig., anxiety expresses t< (sc.3.?; opp. W). Hithpalil ,_ (Ges » " kk ) Pf 3 ms. mnnfri Ez 4 6 2 ; 2 ms. "inn^n Dt4 ,0 + 3 t.j If. VmnnEVI 1 S i6 4 + 2 t.; 3 mpl. ftjJBf^ Je 8 : , etc.; /mp/. mnn?* 2 S i5 32 + 3 t.; apoc. W$p>. Is 44 17 + ; 3 mpl. «rine» Gn 49 s + ; 2 fpl. jvvf n Gn 33 6 37 ; , etc. ; /mv. fs. , wriK'n ^ 45 l2 ; m p]. imijh) 2 9 " + ; Inf.cstr.rirm?nGn3f°+; sf. ? rnnne>'n 2 K s 18 (but ® 55 and mod. tain.) ■ pt. rmrmfb zKi^, etc.; BWrWKn? Ez8' 6 , read EW- all mod.; — 1. bow down, prostrate oneself, before a monarch or superior, in homage, etc.: a. c. ?, after descriptive cl. (esp. with mp, ?B3

b, q. v.), 1 S 2 4 9 Gn 43* (J) 2 S 14 422 Eu 2™ 

1 K i 3 ' 2 K 4 37 + 6 t., + (after TBfo Est 3"". b. c. b, sq. phr. (>)E>b) nmK D'BK by 2 S 14 33 1 K i 23 ; D'Bt6 Gn 48'= (E) 2818"; D'BN Gn 42*(E) + 4t.; om.D>SX33 3 (J) + 3t.; niS3 by y!?i~ Is 60 14 . c. c. b pers. only, Gn 23 7 (P) 27 ».29 3 f(E), 49 s Ex 1 1 8 (J) + 8 t.; c.-JB^Gn 2 3 12 (P); c. ba Is45' 4 (ll ^ snn ); abs. Gn 33 67 - 7 (J), Ex 1 8 7 (E) 2 S 9 8 1 6 4 Is 4 9 7 . 2. before God, in worship, etc. : a. c. b, after descriptive phr.: nyiX mp Ex 34 s (J); nviK om. Gn 24 26 ' 48 (J) + 4 t.; nviN D'BK JH3 a Ch 7 3 ; jna 29 29 ; nrW ^S3 Jb i w ; ^si» ^ESS 2 Ch 20 18 . b. sq. phr.: mm BTfiM $ 't^l mp Ne 8 6 ; 'b ffiTHI Gn24 M (J); WOU '«*1 ^95 6 ; ^.P nmna $ 1*1 29 s 96'= 1 Ch 16 59 ; ?9*"~ , v (looking towards) f 5" 138"; D'^-i D'ir£ 99 5 132 7 . c. c. i> only : 1 S i M (but read WJf0! © and mod.), 15 s5 Je 7* 1 //66 4 + 9 t.; c'JBi) Dt26'°Is66 2:, + 4 t; c. a loc. Is 27"; c. b loc. ^99 9 ; abs. Gn22 5 (E) Ju 7 ,3 + 5 1.; ace. loc. Ex 33 10 (E) Je 26 s Ez 4 6 3 ; naro(n) ":s>b Is 36 7 = 2 K 1 8 K = 2 Ch 32 12 ; c. bv loc. Gn 47 31 (J) 1 K i 47 Ez 4 6 J ; prPD afar off EX24 1 (E). d. before angel in theoph.: after cl. c. bsi, mp, Joss 14 Nu 22 31 ; sq. nyiN D'BN Gni9'; njnN i8 2 (all J). 3. before other gods : abs. Is 2 ;o 44 IS17 46"; ace. loc. 2 K 5 181818 i9 37 =Is 37 18 ; c. b, Ex20'=Dt5 9 (io words), Ex 2 3 24 (E), Nu 25 2 (J), Jos 2 3 7 (D), Dt8 19 n 16 i K i6 31 + 34t.; c. by, Lv 26 1 (H); '3B^ 2 Ch 2 5 ,4 (|pt2p). t[niru1?] n.f. pit (cf. not? from nw);— s f. bfat vmhrmfo Pi-28 10 . ttirntf] n-f- id.;— pi. sf. tttfrmfa 13^3 La4 M , '1$ $PF + 107 20 . ^rw v. nVrf*. -lintp v. i. me*. t[nniu] vb. bow, be bowed down, crouch (NH id.; Tel Am. sahdhu (Wkl T " Am - Voc * b ), ]>rostrate oneself, prob. Canaanism ; As. sahdhu is opjrress, torment}; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. ^W) Is 2 1117 , 1 s. Trine/ ^ gg^ ^nne* 35 » ; 3 p l. *nne/ jb 9 13 , ^e> Hb 3 6 Pr 1 4 19 ; Impf 3 ms. >P) f io 10 , 3 mpl. ! inE'; Jb 38 40 , in'B'll ^ I0 7 39 ; Inf. cstr.( = abs., as adv., Ges» n8<1 Kb' "•*. «»'.«" cf. also Ba NB164 ) DinE* Is6o 14 ; — 1. be bowed down, prostrated, humbled, by Is 2 1117 (both || bt>f), Hb3 6 (of hills), Jb9 ,3 ('e> WITFI), .f 107 39 ( + t3po); by man io 10 . 2. fcou; in homage, !Bi> pers. Pr 14 19 ; Dints' -|£k fcjwi^ Is 6o 14 ( || «rW^n). 3. 6ow, of mourner (mp), f 35" 38 7 . 4. crouch, of wild beast in lair Jb 38 40 . Niph. Impf. be prostrated, humbled : D"JX nB*J1 Is2 9 (|p??B') = 5' 5 (|| id.); be reduced, weakened, Ttyn ni33-b Vty Ec 12 4 ; =proce«d AMOTJZy, of words "IDV'O Is 2 9 4 (|| PSB*). Hiph. prostrate, lay low, city, walls, etc.; Pf. 3 ms. ne/n Is 25 12 26 s (both II Vse'n). Hithpo*. be cast doum, despairing : Impf 3 fs. nrftofn ^ 42 7 , 2 fs. ••nninpR v 612 43 s (all c. subj. TS?). tn© adj. low, lowly; — cstr. D^T™? 3>22 n loivly of eyes, humble. t[rT , nYiiJ' 1 ] n.pr.m. in Simeon (mng.?); — t5^1 1CI14 36 ; laaovia, leaovta. J^FTIi^ vb. slaughter, beat (orig. beat, - T 84 , _ _ ^ay 1 cf. As. sahdtu,flay, take g^dress ; Ar. Jaiv- sZay (but -=£; is this loan-word in Ar.]); NH = BH, esp. in ritual);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'v Je 3 9 6 4-, sf. ion?'? consec. LV3 2 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. orf) Lv 4 24 + , 2 fs. *»n?frl! Ez 1 6 21 , 3 mpl. 8 f. vnontyjl Ju 12 6 ; Imv. mpl. '&"?' Ex 12"' 2 Ch 35«; '/»/ abs. &ne> Is 22"; cstr. OW? Gn 22 10 , Di- Ez 40 39 , sf. DBq^ (Ges i64a ) Ez 2 3 39 ; iY oc«. CrrtB' Is 66 3 , etc.; pas*, JMntf iKio 18 +, etc.;— slaughter : 1. beast for food iSi4 ! " M Is22 ,3 (||nn), cf. Lvi7 3 - 3 , for blood Gn 3 7 31 (E). 2. usu. (51 t.; Hex only P, 38 t.) term, techn. oikilling sacrifice (BJacob ZAW "" (18W ' 51 ), 1 S 1" Ex 29" Lv i 511 4 24 9 3 Nu 19 3 2 Ch 2 9 22 - 22 - 24 + ; abs. Ez 4 o 41 (b« loc.) ; bird Lv i 4 5 « M - 51 ; beast in illicit sacrifice Is66 3 ; c. ace. of sacrifice (^V, DfK, DWSn, etc.) Ez 40 39 (b« loc), v 42 44 11 Lv 4 24 7 2 1 4" + ; ' passover lamb tEx 1 2 6 , ace. npsn tv 21 2 Ch 30 15 35' 6 ' 11 Ezr 6 20 . 3. slaughter pers. Ju 12 6 1 K 18 40 2 K io 714 (b* loc), 2 K 2 5'=Je39 6 *=52 ,0 %Je 3 9 61, = 52 10b ,4i r ;subj. Nu 14" (JE); in human sacrifice Gn22 10 (E), to false gods Ez 1 6 21 23 s9 Is 57 5 . 4. pt. pass. =beaten, hammered, t*nf 3JJ{ 1 K io 1617 = 2 Ch 9 1 "-", of shekels 2 Ch 9 lib ; so also Je 9 7 Qr tflne> fn ( > Kt Bnte>) hammered (i. e.sharpened) arrow. tWipn. 7w/>/. 3 ms. Bnt^ Nu 1 1 22 (J) be slaughtered for food (subj. beast); 3 fs. onfn Lv 6 18 ' 8 (P) be slain, of sacrifice. t [rTC^rrcJ] n. f . act of slaying ; — cstr. t^npsri nc^nV 2 Ch 30 17 . trTCn© a .f. (Qal Inf. cstr. Ko'- 263 ) doubt- ful word ;—WW &W '& Ho 5 2 RV (cf. AV) the revolters are gone deep in slaughtering [' Opferschliichterei ' Ko ;"• »• "»■ ■• >], EwNow (formerly), Che iw corrupting (rd. then nnnK'); We Now GASm Marti D'B^n nnB> Aow »iac/e deep the pit of Shiftim (as place of idolatry). pntp v. v. *yrnp v. [T>^]. tDTRtf l8 3 7 30 =^np (in ||2Ki9 M ), q.v.

pnti 

t Snt^' (/of foil.; Dl ProlM cp. As. laMlu, call, proclaim; perh.both onomatop., as Ar. J»jl bray (ot ass), cf.No ZMGll<1886) ' 725 ). 'rnO a.m. lion (poet.);— abs. 'e> Ho 5" + , ^nt? Jb4 ,0 + ; — lion, sim. of ", toward Israel Ho 5" (|| ^B?), 13 7 (1| ">??); of guilty men Jb 4 10 (|| nnK, CTSS); fig. of foes ^91" (|| l 1 ?!); Ziore, as hunted io 1 ' 6 (in sim.); lit. Jb 28 s Pr 26 13 . trT>n© n. f. an ingredient of the holy incense, +19J, ^0, Ex 30 34 ; ®%Sw$,<myx (whence AV onycha), i.e. unguis odoratus, the operculum, or closing-flap, of certain molluscs, with pungent odour when burnt, v. Thes l38S Di Shipley-Cook *■><*. bh>. o-ycha . g0 most; KG Jacob ZMQl,m(1889) ' 354 prop, amber. TW (/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^£JL be hot, then inflamed; Aram. JOB', ^2*. be warm, heat). trn© n.m. boil, coll. eruption ; — on man 2 K 20 7 =Is 38 21 , in & Dt 28 s Jb 2 7 ; possibly leprous Lv 1 3 '"»* Oft rqfa 1 3 23 (v. 'V ; all P), in Egypt, on man and beast Ex 9 » 101111 (all P), cstr. Ofty? V}f Dt 28 27 . ^nl^' (-/of nsne> and poss. of *int?; Ar. i_l^ is pare, peel off; also affect with con- sumption of lungs ; i_ili*i consumption, so JAram. Knsne* [f or nBTOJ). t [nnC?] n. [m.] prob. sea-mew, guU (cf. © 93) (from attenuated body, Thes) ; so Post Hast. DB CDCKOW ip r j g 4- r NHB210ff.. g( erna fl UV iatiUs, OT tern Id FFP135 M'Lean-Shipley EnwI " bI[> ;— 'lDfn Dt i4 l5 =Lv 11 16 (P), in list of unclean birds. triDn© n.f. wasting disease, consumption Dt 28 22 Lv 26'° (H). YUM (•/of foil.; cf. NH act proudly, and deriv.; Aram. Ksru? Hon (t^ 17 12 edd.); Eth. J^chfa be insolent; Ar. u l«Ji is rise, be elevated; jX-ivi. bulky, man of rank, but (J i = !5' 1). t ftrTO] n. [m.] dignity, prito;— JtJjfT^ i.e. majestic wild beasts Jb 28 s (|| W), 41 s6 . tntaisneJKt, rra^ri© Qr (i.e. [dw] + H_j_) n.pr.loc. in Issachar J0S19 22 ; Art SaAeiii Kara tfdXao-o-av, A®L 2aafiiia(6). t [pnti^] vb. rub away, beat fine, pul- verize (so Ar. jj^wl , (_f«-^ worn garment, thin clouds; Aram. PUf, <aLm, pulverize; Ecclus prutf

nn© pnc 6 36 is go often (wear by treading), Str cp. iter terere) ;— Qal Pf. 3 pi. D^P V™ O^SK Jb 14" waters rub away stones; 2 ms. ApO?/! Ex 30 36 (P; of pulverizing incense, v. ppi Hiph,); fig., ace. of foes, Impf. 1 s. sf. Ep.ntJ'XI 2S22 <3 (||ppn)=^i8* 1 . tpnc a. m. Fr3 ' a> dust, cloud (as fine, thin) ;— 'e> abs. ^ 89 73S , cstr. Is 4c- 15 ; pi. &$nf Dt 3 3 M + ;— I. fine dust, ^3]NO 'B> Is 4 o 15 (sim. of insignif.). 2. (thin) cloud, usu. pi. (oft. II D W), Dt 33 M (poem), Is 45 8 Je 51 8 Jb 35 5 3 6» 37 21 38" V36 6 57" 68* 77" 78 ra 108 5 ; opp. dnn P^S 28 ; 'B* *3| 2S22 12 =Vn8 12 ; = heavens, sky Jb 37 18 (c. JTP"!'!'), and (sg.) f 8 9 7 3S . "lh© v. ">in"tf. fl. "int^' vb. be black (NH line* and deriv., Mac&, blackness, etc., Ecclus 25" Hiph. make black ; Aram, "in^ (Jastr Dalm), Aph. grow black, so jJL*., )lLa+. coal; Jager 8 * 8 "- 295 cp. As. sum, coal, lurinnu, fire-pot); — 'e>, of skin Jb 30 30 . •Hi!"!® n.[m.] blackness;— CHNn '#D ^n La 4 s . t-l'TO adj. black;— Vof hair Lvi3 3, ' 37 (P), so fpl. r"">ne> Ct.5 11 ; of skin, fs. TTfinf i» ; of horses, mpl.' Dnhf Zc S". tniin© n.f. ace. to De Comm Ruetschi K * u blackness, viz. of hair (so $), i.e. (EV) prime of life (which Wild allows); usu. dawn of youth (II. - v) ;— Ec 1 1 ,0 ( + nnb:). t ffinr W j Ges 584in ] adj. blackish (Gann jA8i8w.F.v.-ii«,.i66.no.4i ) cp j ST n pr irrw on seal = 'le brun');— f. rnrpnf Ct i 6 . t-nnttJN n.pr.m. in Judah, called "?« '«  yipJ? I Ch 8* 4 s ; A<rxo>, 2apa ; A Ao-SuS, Aa^ovp ; ©L Aaaap, Atromp. II. inttf (-/of foil.; MI» mne>, Ar. As. seru, NH inc', Aram. *& all tZaic»). tin© n.m. Gnl9 - ,5 dawn;— abs/B* iS 9 M + , in^ J u 19 25 + ; sf. ITJW Is 47 11 (but read prob. >*~}U&) ; — dawn, c. n?y rose Gn 1 9 15 32 2 " 7 Jos 6 15 (all J), Ju 19 25 1 S 9* Ne 4" Jon 4 7 ; opp. ns'JJ Am 4 13 ; as adv. at dawn + 57'= 108 s ; 'B^Sysy Jb3 9 4 i 10 ; 'C- , S33^i39«; no 3 rd.prob. / B i Drn (v.inipp infr.);'!? also Jb38 12 , in sim. Ho 6 3 (but rd. 'nssp? J3 *nne>3 as inf., v. following, Gie n.itr. a» W g Now GASm Marti), Is 58 s Ct 6 10 , Jo 2 s (al. blackness, ||^5?1 ',3V); 'B>~f3 Is 14" (of star, fig. of royal splendour; — lit. as myth RS K 30 °); '0 i^> PS Is 8 20 is obscure, so also '#? Ho io ls (We in storm, i.e. I?^?). — Is 47" usu., but improbably, dawn (origin) of calamity : JHMich Hi Ew Rod (Thes) De Di al. charm away { RVm) (Ar. ^JL enchant (We Held - 2 - l59 ' 20 °), JJL- enchantment [=Sab. inD DHM "<""""• 24 -']); but v. [iriB*]. I [in®] vb.denom. look early, diligently for (late; orig. look for dawn); — Qal Pt. 2a -rp p r 11 27 (II Bfea, wy), eUewhare Pi. c. ace. (sf.) Pf. 3 ms. sf.iBID Vintf p r if* seeks him early (with) discipline (chastises him be- times); 2 ms. sf. consec. WNl Hr0 Jb7 21 ; lit. Inf. T3? "^ Pi-7 13 ; of wild asses, Pt.

  • R*fl , " | n#» Jb 2 4 5 (Ges » lao u ) seeA*'^ eagerly for

their food ; usu. of seeking God () earnestly, Pf. t xf*y$ ^ 78 31 (|| Brn), / m p/. 2 ms. ^S-^K intpn Jb 8 5 (si vera 1.), 3 ms. sf. *?3™JS* (Ges i60e ) Ho 5 15 (|| B*i53), + 6 3 (v. 1HB/), and, ace! wisdom, Pr I 23 , P<. sf. 'inPD p r 8 17 ; see^; with longing, long for ('■>), iQnBW Is 2 6 9 V' 63 2 . rvnrrt v. i. idb*. tin©Q n.[m.] dawn;— 'O Dmcfiio 1 , but D prob. dittogr., read inB* (Du, cf. Buhl), tn^in© n.pr.m. in Benjamin, 1 Ch S w ; a(n)p(a)ia. TD^in© n.pr.m. in Benjamin, 1 Ch 8 8 ; aapi;X[fi], ©L Hcapav. [J"intf] vb. go to ruin(?), only der. spec. (NH Hiph. = BH, Ecclus. nnW 30" corrupt act; Ar. vS»^ extirpate; Eth. (thi injure, violate; TelAm. sahdtu is fall (esp. of city), be prostrate (1 of land), perh. Canaanism (v.Wkl™ AmVoc,b ), As.poss.*e<M,/ee, escape (cf. niS) ; OAram. (Zinj.) nnv destroy lab* 7 *, Aram. rinB', ^u»jk (assim. of K), mutilate; — very improb. Gerber 179 denom. from int?) j^+Niph. be marred, sjtoiled, Pf. 3 ms. nnB'J, of waistcloth. Je 1 3', vessel 1 8 4 ; be injured, or even (hyperb.) ruined, Impf. 3 fs. nn^n Ex 8 20 (J) of land (21VH V.? 1 ?); be corrupted, corrupt, in morals and rel.,' of earth, Pf. 3 fs. nnnf 3 Gn 6 12 (P), Impf. 3 fs. 'Sn VBb 'B'ni v" (P); so Pt. fpl. as adj. ninnf? Ez 20". tPi. Pf. 3 ms. nnB* Ex nw (H)8 PRO®

2 r +, sf. *jnnc> Ho i 3 »; 2 ms. nn# Is 14*°+, 

etc.; Zmv.mpl. W^JeS 10 ; Inf.cstr. flntf Gn 13'°+. e* c ->" — 1- «po«V, rw'n, ace. of eye Ex 21 " (E), vineyard Je 1 2 10 (fig.), branches Na 2 3 (fig.), also = destroy, ace. pers. 2 S i 14 14" (ace. om.), Ez 5" 2o' 1'??"^? Gn 6 ' ; 9 1 " ( p ). cit y. fortress, etc.,Gni3 10 i9 ,3M (allJ),2S2 4 ,6 Je5 ,0 (acc.om.), 48 18 Ez 26 4 43 3 La 2 s , ruin temple v 6 , nation Ho 11 9 1 3* (read perh. I^n?* OortNow), land 2 K i 9 12 (Hiph. in || Is 37 ,s ), Ju 6 s Jos 22 M (P), Ez 22 s0 30", earth Gn 9" (P); c. h obj. (? 3 b), city 1S23 1 ", pers. Nu32 ,5 (P); c. ace. VOrp Am i", destroyed (stifled) his compassion (or, RS K2S al., the bonds of kinship, v. WQCfl), nna Mai 2 3 , i.e. violate it, v. esp. niflK 'Bh ( BC . sem^n) Gn 38'( 3)he spoiled (it) wpore <Ae ground, made it ineffective, =waste words Pr 23 s . 2. pervert, corrupt, ace. wisdom EZ28 1 ', abs. —deal corruptly, vintf ipnsyn H09 9 (cf. [pb?], p. 770^; but We Now read tone*, Vmw), Ex 3 2 7 (JE), Dt 9 12 , so b 'v 3 2 5 . Hiph. 103 Pf. 3 ms. irnp n Gn 6 12 4-; 1 s. finB'ni Je 51™, etc.; Jmpf. 3 ms. rvne>: Dn 8 24 + , nhf : Mai 3 U + , nnB»i 1 Ch 20 1 ; 2 ft. Wiftai Ez i6 4 ' 7 , 2 mpl. Jinne-n' Dt 4 16 31 29 ; 7mt>. ms.'sf. IwnBVl 2 K 1 8" 5 =Is 36 10 ; 7»i/ abs. nmn Dt 31 29 ; c'str. rvnfn rS 2 6 15 + , etc.; Pi. JVriK'p Gni9 ,4 +, etc.; — 1. spoil, ruin, ace. crop Ju 6 4 Mai 3 11 , trees Dt 20 19 - Je 1 i 19 (fig.), vessels 2 Ch 36 19 , houses 34", palaces Je 6 5 , cf. Is65 s Lvi 9 !7 (H), Ru 4 6 ; DJ"! 'S?n J e 49 9 thieves damage as much as they want; ace. pers. = ruin, destroy, 1 S 26 9,i Ju 20 21 - a ( + njnA), v 35 42 2 K 1 3 n 2 Ch 24 13 ( -f IP separ.), + 1 2 t., + (ace. pers. om.) Is5i l3 +4 t., acc.in IV3 2CI121 7 , abs. Is u 9 = 65 25 ; also ruin one (bywords) Pr n 9 ; ace. D$> 2 S 24'° Dt 9 26 ; land 1 S 6 5 Je 36 s9 Dn ii ,; (v. Dr); city wall 2 S 2o' 5 (EwTh here denom. from TTW they were making a pit/ < © We(?)KloDrBuHPSNow D^Op were de- vising), La 2 s , cities and nations Gn iS 2 *' 28 ^, ace. om.), I9 ,3U (J), Is 37 12 (Pi. in || 2 K i 9 12 ), 3 6 ,0I0 = 2 K i8 2i «+n t. + (Israel personif.) Dt 4 s ' io'° 2 K 8' 9 , pride of Judah Je 13 9 , earth Je 5 1 ' ; abs. c. adv. ace. Dn 8 24 (v. Dr ; Bev conj. ring* or ir'e« ulter mons t rous things), cf. 1 Ch 2i 12 ; Pt. as adj., of lion Je 2 30 , angel iCh2i lb ; =destroyerExi2 a (J), Je22 ; Is54 lc , D^a'OJe 4'/Onri5i'; sg.coll.CtSnGes" 26 '; thedestroying band, cf. DrBuNow) 1 S 13 17 14'* (spoilers, ravagers); fig. for snare, trap, Je 5 28 . t2. pervert, corrupt, morally, ace. "!fl Gn 6 12 (P; v. !P46),'CB3Pr6 32 ) cf.Zp3 7 l Ez23 i; (lPcomp.);'B>n nW}> n^ynn ^i4 l =5 3 2 ; ' n F9 n W? (+vb. of particular act) Dt 4 16 31 29 ; declar. = ac< cor- ruptly, Is i 4 Dt4 is ( + vb. of act), 2 Ch 2 f, + iP comp. Ju2' 9 Ez i6 47 ; Pt. as subst. Je 6™, 'WO tTK Pr 28 24 (18 9 v. infra).— TrwrcW destroy not (catchword of old song or melody?) in ^-titles: t57' 58 1 59 1 75 1 . tHoph. Pt. nnfO spoiled, ruined, of a spring, "tipD Pr 25 25 (|| bS']? ) y VQ); as subst. Mai i 14 sacrificing a spoiled tiling. TJTnffiO n.[m.] ruin, destruction; — 'd abs. Je 5 26 + 10 t.; — physical destruction Ez 5"

6 21 36 25 15 Ex 1 2 13 (P), 2 Ch 20 23 22 4 

'D !>jn Pr

8 9 = destroyer ; Dn 10 s (disfigurement); 'Cnn 

Je 51" (fig. of Bab. as destroyer), in 2 K 23" = mt. of corruption (where bamoth were, S. end of Mt. of Olives, poss. adapted from nnC'p— in so Hoffm "wn 0882,, i; 5 Benz Kit Bur . $g - mom offensionis). tnPlBta n.[m.] id.;— inn^p fyf Ez 9 1 . TnnUJTp n.[m.] disfigurement of face Is 52". tnntpQ n.[m.] corruption (ritual), Lv 22 s5 (H).' T nrup v. mtr. PltStf n.f. acacia, tree and wood (=nt23EK ^T • 27 7* ' Ar. "oil, prob. loan-word from Egypt, sndt, sondH, Thes 1452 Erman 2MG J " v,<le82> ' 120 );— growing in dry places ; esp. acacia (mimosa) Nilotica; cf. E,ob BK "- a> , or a. seyydl Post rlom * ( "- BMt - DBB»,TT*B-T.K Tr J stl . !< HB3 9 0«r.._' B ) pg J g + , .9 ^ grow in desert) ; usually pi., CISC' 'i'^ shittlm ivood, material of ark, altars, staves, etc., in tabern., Dtio 3 Ex25 510 - ,3 +i9t.Ex25-38(P); 'SJ om., K> H«sy_pi7Zor« of shiltim (wood), Ex a6 »W 3 6 M (P). TQ^SQJ n.pr.loc. alw. TS'n ; usu. 2qtt«i': 1. E. of Jordan, Jos 2 ' 3 '(E), Mi6 6 Nu2 5 '(P); rs'S'n i)3N 33 «; on exact site v. Buhl 0116 Gray n„ ni t 2- qfn ^3 Jo 4 ' 8 (perh. IFarfy M-&Hf, W.of Jerus., cf.We Buhl Geoer!l0 , and views inDr). [nDt£*] vb. spread, spread abroad (NH id. ; Ar. Ikl, spread out ; so Eth. (iTtb: Aram. npf , -4*);— Qal Pf. 3 pi. sf. consec. Dinpfl ^2*? Je 8 2 <Aey shall spread them abroad, etc., ace. of many separate things, so Impf. 3 fs. npe>rn 2 g 1 7 ' 9 (by loc; disting. from bns «p r e a rf covering); 3 mpl. + lnf. abs. niDB> Dnp *ntplp»l Nu 1 r 12 (J) they spread (sc. the quails) for them- selves all abroad round about the camp (i.e. to dry them; 93 siccaverunt ; cf. DiGray); Ft. Tfyb ntSC? Jb 1 2° expanding the nations (cf. ? 3 b). Pi. Pf. i s. "SS f§B "WJt# ^ 88 10 7 have spread out unto thez my palms. t[ntOlWp] n.[m.] spreading-place (NH for drying figs, etc., (ARSKennedy I!, " ! '• B " , • FB„.T,is68^ ; _ cstri Qsp-in nDBT? Ez26 iM . trritSttJT? n.[m.] id.;— D'cnn^'D EZ47 10 . Btttf v. DIB', D'tstf v . supra. flLJti^ vb. overflow, rinse or wash off (NH id., so J Aram. 'lDB' ; As. iatdpu, overflov), Ar.i_sk- id., Cuche) ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms/B* Is8 3 +, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. *$fa 1 K22 38 , etc.; Ft. %(W Isio c - + , pi. B'BDB* Is28 2 ; — 1. over/low, of river Is 8 s Je 47 2, (v. TH}), Dn n 10 - 40 , all fig. of invading army, cf. Is 28 15 (qy. by Sta™* **• 1894 ' » Du Marti id. DCB* Bit?), v 19 (v. DIB*), also (sim. of' in judgment) v 2 (D?P), 30 28 , of judicial destruction, nirjS tmw Is io 22 ; c. ace. of land Je 47 sb , Pers. (fig.) Is 4 3 2 («•*«??), + 6 9 » ("^), v 16 (D:p 'B>), 124* (°3?). cf. Is 28 17 Ct 8 7 ; DB*3 S)t2iE> flooding rain (of V s judgment) Ez n" 13 38 K ; nPiB* ?nj I s 66 12 , sim., in good sense. — Abs. Dn 1 1 2C v. Niph. — Fig. of dashing, rushing horse, npni>B3 'IB* D1D3 J e 8 6 . 2. flow, run, lit. of bn? ^ 78 20 2 Ch'32 4 . 3. lit, rinse or tcas/i 0^, c. ace. of thing washed 1K22 33 , VT D'.p Lvi5"(P); of stain Ezi6 9 (^VD; || YUT); HJPHj Jb 1 4 19 . Nipt. Impf. 3 ms.' BJ» IDE* Lv 1 5' 2 6e rinsed out, off (P ; of wooden vessel) ; 3 mpl. VJS?P totpB^ Dn 1 i^ie sw>e;rf away (de- feated), read prob. <"|Dt£ (for *|be»), also v 26 (cf. Dr). Pa. P/. 3 ms. Wm tppw) pjbl Lv 6 21 (P) t'i sAaW 6e scoured and rinsed. ^fpV, t%& n.m. SEl -" flood;— abs. «]DB> Na i 8 + 3 t.; cstr. V Pr if, V * 32 s ;— flood, fig. of '»'„ judgment', I3j> 'B* Na 1 8 , cf. Dn 9 s6 , nijTll T0n 1 1 22 (cf. Dr); of calamity, D'31 D'D 'B^S*; «1N 'B* Pr 27 4 a/ooa" 0/ an^«r; so *|Sj?. *?f Is 54 8 (V for t3 bef. foil. V Ew Di ; > Du Che Marti del/e-asdittogr.); t lpB*lit.ofrainflood, Jb 38 s . "lEJH/ (-/of foil.; As.iatdru,write,Sab.-UQ Hom chr124 DHM Ep o I """" nArl "- 21lv - 2 ; Ar. p»L r«Z«  (a book), wt'te, Ji»J row, line; Aram. X"]PB' ) J4* document, so Hilpr 8 *"- El "-'- 8 CIS" 67 , Nab. Palm. TOP Lzb 374 : Horn" 1 " 1 - 69 all from As.).

h«ti t"^I2ty n.m. official, officer (prop, scribe, secretary 3 or fr. original meaning as arranger, organizer ?);— abs. '& Pr 6 7 , '& 2 Ch 26"; pi. CnOE' Dt 1 l5 + , etc.; — appar. subordinate officer, judicial,civilormilitary(cf.Dr D,1 - ,5 Gray NuU ' 16 ): organizing people for marching Jos 1 l0 3 2 (both E), cf. Dt 20 b - 89 ; appointed over Isr. by Egypt, overseers Ex 5 14 , cf. v 8101319 (all J) ; elsewhere + D , ?&!Nuii" , (E), Dt29 9 3 i ffl ; + 0'DDfe> i6 18 1 Ch 23 4 26 s , +'? et 'BB> Jos 8 s3 (R 6 ), and (-rD'tftO) 2 3 J (B D ), 24 1 (E, or R D ); 'DB* as minor judges also Dt 1 u ; ^rrns D^nnBTSn 'OV 1 Ch 27 1 , chosen from Levites 2 Ch 19" 34 13 (+Dnflto, D-iyiB'); as title of individ. 26 11 (|| nsiDri); of ant, tytA IDB*. J'Vi? rfyfQ Pr 6 ; . TvTipQj n.pr.m. an official of David, 1 Ch

w Kt(>Qr , D-jE'); Aaaprms, Carpal. 

t [itOtrJC] n.m. rule, authority;— sf.npfp Jb 38 s3 (of heavens over earth). "M© n.m. gift offered as homage (/dub.; perh. in spite of & = ^J>, Ar. ^J^, vb. wish, • °-l thing (weakened fr. thing desired); cf. J*sn 4);—'^ y& Is t 8 7 , 'B* 'irsjf f 76 12 , W '3V 68 30 . N" 1 ^ n.pr.m. 2 S 20 25 Kt, v. SIB*. TpN' , ffi n.pr.loc. in Issachar, Jos 19", Vltava, 2f/w. I. nn , y v. 3B". 11. TOTD v. 31B*. T T t[rref3 vb - onl y Q* 1 /jw ?/ a P° c - sr^I ■** '^3 D t 32 18 , but <read n|*n (II. nc-j) <A« 5ocA which begat thee thouforgattest,Sa,m.ttWT),T)i Dr. tWaS n.pr.m. in Eeuben, iCh u 42 , Smf.., Sifai. [n*'©'], rrrniJ v. me, tlin 1 © n.pr.flam. on border of Egypt, prob. E. branch of Nile J— tn Jos 1 3 3 , BS3JB 'B* 1 Ch 13 5 ; clearly = Nile, in?' V1J Is 23 s (|j -I'JTj? -it<)), nW *5 J e 2 18 ; cf. Dl r * 3 " Wilson "**•• vi> 8HiaoB ^ usu <J er ived from I. "iriB', as black water, but doubtful). tn217 "Yl!~TO n.pr.flam. in Asher, Jos I9 26 ; ru 2«ui>[p] icai Aa@apa6 ; poss. Nahr ez- Zerkd, S. of Carmel, and just N. of Caesarea, Wilson H " ,DBRa, " 0BL,B " 4TH , but v. Buhl 0105 . WW v. I. DIE*. "b% iV{}, n.pr.loc, ^'W etc., v. nV- 3 T rrV*J 1010 trt7 , tt> G149 10 , appar. n., but prob.=w he whose it is, or that which belongs to him, v. infra ; views are : (1) ? , E'(=7yB', NH embryo, + sf. n_ = his son, X Jer Rabb Calv); (2) w, iTI? n.pr.loc. (q.v.) Herder De and most (until recently); (3) n.pr.of Messiah, AVRVMiinster (1534) on basis of Talm Sanh 98 b ; groundless; (4) Jer rw = rpB', qui mitlendus est; (5) ri?B> = i? + B*, X "*- whose is the kingdom, {}>, cf. K3"iy DBBten b l^N Ez 2 1 32 , Aq Sym Theod Saad; this reading best, but exact transl. not certain ; V T)r JPh "' ,i, " ! * 5 lff - On. 418 IT. g MP95U.. lnti.3Sff. p„ z . NttTO bbitf v. S-te. t^tf n.pr.m. in Judah, 1 Ch 4™ pttf (-/of foil.; cf. As. Idnw, Iphte. isltn, urinate; sindti (pi.), urine; vb. also Eth.VJf: Aram, ^ol, yL'; v. Ar. £il£I bladder (Wahrm)). tt^tt?, I" 1 ©] n.[m.] urine; — pi. sf. DnW 2 K i8 27 =Is 36 12 (both Kt ; Qr Dn^l 'D'B). ' []^-] vt - Hiph. urinate (secondary/ from above); — Pt.~^[>^ PFlKT^i.e.a male person) 1 S 25 2 " 1 1K14" 1 6" 21 21 2 K 9 » (all of ex- terminating a family). Tt^' ( Voi foil., cf. No 2 "° """ am) - 537 ). TT'©' n.m. song (NH id.; so Ecclus 40 21 -)-);— V abs. Ju5 ,2 +, cstr. 2 Ch 29 27 + ; sf. Ttf yfr 2 8 7 , etc.; pi. &yp 1 Ch 13 8 Ct i'; trtf Gn 31" Pr 25 20 ; sf. Tl# Am 5 21 , etc.;— 1. lyric son^, + bvO *K 5 12 , opp. nr|5 Am 8"'; joyous Gnsi^J) IS30 29 ; D'3JV 't? EZ33 32 ; triumphal Ju 5 12 ; love song Ct 1" (title T# DT^), ^45' (tfHJ n T'); noisy Am 5* Ez26 13 , in drunken revels Is 24', cf. 23 ]6 ; D^D3 'b* Ec7*; not for sorrow Pr 25 20 yfr 137 33 ; ni33 "'W Ec 12 4 songstresses (prob. birds). 2. religious «mjr, in worship, || rbsn ^42"; usu. praise, -pbo 56n 69 31 ; is^ns n'^D 2 8 7 ; V# rtrrtnj r&nn Ne 12 46 ; '< ths* V' 137 4 2 Ch 29"; Bhn T-B* I842 10 (fresh outburst),-)- 6 1, v. ehn ; in ^//-titles, -i»e> 46 1 , cf. Is 26 1 ; nii'VCn "VB» j9?7- i/rtm songs ^ i2o'4- 14 t. (v. 11. nppp p. 752); c.lto]P f 48' + 1 2 t. (v. It? p. 274); "Vtf b'l^p 45'; ('B» orig. alone in all except 30 1 92 1 108', v. Br JBL """ ,,M9> ' ,3S ). 3. specif, song of Levitical choirs, with musical accomp., 1 Ch6 161 ' 13 s (so read also || 2 S 6 h for D'tfna, © Th and mod., cf. 'a), 2 5 6 " 2 Ch 23 ,s 29 s9 Ne 12 27 ; TK»(n) *»» instrument to accompany song 1 Ch i5 16 + 6 t. (v. ^3 2 b); cf. Am 6'. TiTV*BJ n. f. song (pi. niV[e>] Ecclus 39 15 ); — abs. '& Exi5 1 + 9t.; cstr. TTVtf I s 5 1 23 16 ; pi. cstr. nn-E 1 Am 8 3 (rd. nV-iB> ® Hoffm «Aw«OM)Weal.);-»«y, o(/e,Exi 5 '(E), 2S22 1 =V'i8 , ,Dt3i ,D,9 -- l - 2230 3 2"Nu2i 1? (E)Is5 l 23 15 . t t" 1 * 1 ^] M vb. sing (denom. ace. to No ZMG »»ua«). 537 Gerb ,?! , but, if so, an old one);- Qal 49 Pf. 3 ms. if ^ 7 1 ; An/;/. 3 ms. T#J Ex 1 5 1 Nu 2 1 ,r (read H0J Jb 33- for "IB* , v^II. "J*', so SSBuGerb; in this sense also EwDeDi RVand all mod.); 3 fOBTil Jus', etc.; /mi;, mpl. n<# Ex i5 2l + ; /«/. cstr.~wb 1 S 18 6 Kt (<Qr"i , ?6,soBu; © B om., cf. Dr Kit^HPS Now); Pt.~& Pr 25™; pi. One* 2 S i 9 36 + ; f. rftVf 2 S 1 9™ + 2 t. + Am 8 3 (read for nh'tf; v . nyy);—si>ig, c. accTtf IS42" 1 ^33 3 + 5 t.; ^TE'ExI5 , Nu2I l;r (E)Is5 , ; Q-n&l'v Pr 2 5 2 "; fi»S T^'D ^ j 37 » ; ^ 7 i (© yfofe^ n t, nn Io6 i! . c. ace. of theme 59 1 ' 89 2 ; abs. Ju 5 1 1 S 18 6 ; c. b ^i 3 « 9 6'--= iCh i6 n , Ex 15 121 Je 20 13 ; || 1QT ^68 5 • :l:, IOI 1 I04 :,3 I05 2 =IChI6 , , Ju 5'; +1B1 abs. ^57 3 =io8'-; c. ace. theme 21"; c. p pers. 27"; of nature 65" (after ySfiinri); a-^bv Jb 33 27 (v. supra); pt. D , "!B i singers 2 S19 36 iK 10 12 + 6 1. (Ez 40" read D]Pif © Hi Co mod.) ; T)SlV songstresses 2 S 1 9 s6 2 Ch 35 s5 Ec 2 S + Am 8 :t (v. supra).— f 1 38 5 rd. >n*vn. Pol. 3C Pf. 3 mpl. Wit? Jb 36 2 '; Impf. 3 ms. T$& Zp2 M ; P«. T^D 1 Ch 6" 2 Ch 2 9 23 ; pi. Dn-'t?o Ezr 2 6i + , etc.; — sing: birds Zp2 H ; men Jb36 24 ; elsewh. pt. of Levitical singers iCh6' s 9 33 + 31 1., + fpl. Ezr2 0b songstresses =~Ne 7 67 . tHoph. besung: Impf. mn TE'n w i s 26'. ttt^O n.[m.] alabaster (foreign word? NH id.; Aram. XW'V, Ui, perhaps As. sasiu); — THJ3B j Ch *2 9 2 (material of temple); cf. Patrick Hast ' DB Mab cle f 11. BJttS n.m. id. ;— 'V H^BJ? Ct g M (in fig.), Est i 6 *, material of pavement v 6b (v. BH3). — I. W&, v. pIV. tNUTUJ n.pr.m. Solomon's time, 1 K 4 3 , 2a£a, 2fwa, ®L 2a0ar ; cf. BJ*". pttrty t ptl l, iL 1 n.pr.m. king of Egypt, Solomon's time(ioth cent. B.C.), iK i i 40 i4 2 ' v Qr(KtpB'ltJ>), = 2 Chi2 2 , 2 Chi 2°, PV^ v" 7 ; =&eSonk I, first king of 22nd dynasty, Blau ZMG " (,86,, - 233,r - Steind BAS L »j = Sosenk WMM AJ »• Eur - ,M " ■ E ""- Blb - B.SHA. . cf> Griffith H»t. DB S.IMA^ t JTttf vb. put, 8e t(Nb^' tr ' 2 - 8em - 8pr " h " ,M - 39 ; cf. Ph. TW Lzb 375 ; Ecclus TW Pt. pass. 31" (); v. also (No 1 - ' 41 ) Syr. )L'cbJL quality, ap2>ear- ance);—QplPf. 3 ms. Tf Gn^-h, 3 fs. n^ 1 S 4 20 +, 2 ms. nne> ^ 8 7 , w 90 9 , sf. ^ntf 88 7 - 9 , 1 s. ;W73 S +; apL*^Ex33 4 +3t., inetapl. flB* >// 49 15 7 3" (other forms not found) ; J»W/: 3 ms. rVB* Ex2i 22 + , juss. ngjj Jbg 33 , n$$ Gn 30*+ ; 3 fs. sf. *nnern r u 4 16 , ten^n V 2 1 10 + , 1 s. sf. «n$« 1K11"; 7m«. ms. IV? Pr 27 23 , nn^ f 9 21 141 3 ; fs. *n& Je 31 21 , etc.; /n/. a6*. nb> Is2 2 7 ; cstr. rPB 1 Jb3o' + ; i°<. pass. JVEh (J e 1 3 16 Qr, but rd. Kt JVC 1 ;); sf. 'W Exio 1 ; — 1. put, lay hand upon, ?y, Gn46 4 (E), 48 1417 (J), Jb9 33 i// 1 39 s ; c. D? in evil partnership, Ex 23'(E); put ornaments, ->y pers., 33 4 (J); cf. 1 S 2 8 Is 15 9 Jb 22" Eu 3 15 ; lay child into (3) bosom Ru4 16 ; put wisdom, 3 loc, Jb38 36 , cf. Pi-26 24 ; <tfa33 nixy ireta ^i3 3 ,i.e. takecounsel, plan; "2 'DrilO,/^ 28 ; put things tfyfl nnn 8 7 ; lay (penalty) ?V pers. Ex 2i K (E), sin Nu 12 11 (E),ct.(c.~WX = ivhere)ylr84; nearly = give(]T), ace. + b pers. Gn 4" (J ; explan. of name TY&) : appointing 3 '. 2. a. set, station, sheep Via? Gn 3 o 40 , cf. ^ CriE' &6 v 40 (J); ace. pers.= appoint (^ over) 4i 33 (E); set iob pers. (? 3 b) + 3 loc. V'73 18 ) s0 (ace.) 88" and (obj. pers. om.) 12 6 , set crown teW"!? 21 4 , set one (J? partit.) KB3^ 132 11 ; seJ pers. among (3 pers.) 2 S 19 29 Je3 19 , cf. (W) Jb3o'; set watch 'ob f 141 3 , snares V 140 6 , enmity, T? pers. Gn3 15 (J); iniquities T^W? ^ 9° 8 > cf. 101 3 ; set, direct face, b« loc. Nu24 l (J), eyes fl? 3 n,B ^ *i7 n - b. in phr. p 3? '!? se< one's mind to, give heed, attention (cf. D*> 2 b), Ex 7 23 (E), 2 S 13 20 Je 3 1 21 f 48" Pr 22 17 Vj*, c. b« Jb 7' 7 , abs. 1 S 4 20 f 62 11 ; Pr 24 s2 / reflected. C. *««, /x, b*33 Ex2 3 31 (E; c^y . . . Jt?), pi! ^ Tl^n Jb i 4 13 wouldst/x me a limit, 38" (T^ P*"? H^ liBI De al. here shall one fix it [the boundary, pn, v 10 ] = it sftaZ/, be fixed against, etc.: but explan. very forced: Me Kau '3 1?^, Bi Bu '3 nae*). 3. constitute, make one something, 2 ace, 1 K

nuti

34 / ivitt make him prince, Is 5" 26' Je 22" 

f 21 7 84 7 88' ( + i»b ind. obj.), no' 2 S 22'= ||^i8 12 ; D?^ ierwri 2 i u = thou unit make them (all) shoulder, make them turn their back, flee (cf. 18 41 ); acc.-f b ma&e something t'nfo Je2 is = 50 3 , 13 16 ^45 17 ( + 3 loc); acc+3 comp. make one like Ho 2 4 (|| &T), Is 16 3 1// 2 1 10 83 ,: ,4 ; ace. only, make, prej>are, feast Je 51 39 , cf. 'H? * |, V r J i" 1 ?* Ho 6" (rd. poss. JVC*, pt. pass.), make darkness jr 1 04 20 ; ^-.perform signs, 3 loc. Ex 1 o 1 (J ). 4. internally trans., = take one's stand (cf. D , B' 4 a) rrjy«0n ine>rie> trepan Is 2 2 7 ; c. '""by (against) ^ 3 7._-3Sp IVB" Jb io^Kt; >Qr /mv. flW) is dub., n , B'J = nB'J : De direct (attention) away from me, cf. Di (ellipsis of T, D'JB, or 3.?), Du (sc. TJ; reads 7mc); Lag (so Bu) prop. fiaE*?, Siegf(iT T ) 3B*;, © Beer (best) nya* (7 19 ), with ^bn ^D> (©Bu BeDu) forbirv *B» prob. rightly. Hoph. (or Qal pass. Ges i53u ), /mp/. 3 ms. W Ex 2 1 30 (E) if a ransom be imposed V7V, v 30 . tTOn.ni. garment (Nb Be,,r,|!,, ' 41f -, cp. Syr. jL'ciJL appearance, and qu. IW?); — cstr. TV& IVfH Pr 7 10 ; fig. Don 'V f 73 s (v. II. ejoy). f 1. ntt) n.pr.m. third son of Adam; Gn 4" (where expl. from «/rC#), v 26 s 3 "" 1 Ch I 1 ; T-riS. — In nE'" , 3a-?3 Nu 24 17 (poem in J), read prob. nSB' tumult (cf. La 3 47 ), or HKE' (v. sub KB>3), cf. Gray. — 11. T&, v. II. nJlK ; . t[r.tt?] n.m. (Albr ZAW " 1(1896) ' 84 ) foundation, stay (of" society) (vW Thes Ko"- '■ 172 );— pi. (W1|T> nine'n ^ i z 3 (prob. fig. of established usages, laws, etc., 23 Zegw, Sym. Btapol, so Hup- Now Bae Che <1888) al.; >Thes al.of «o6/«s); Thes puts here also yTp® Is i9 10 (so MT probably intends), which Ew Di Kit then interpret of working-classes, "^ "®V; butperh.opp.of this, the upper classes, so as to include all ranks of society.Thes De Che Comm -; Che — Buhl al. i^n't? weavers of it (cf. Du Marti), v. III. nntr. TJTrJO n.[m.] coll. thorn-bushes (connex. with above -/dub.; Dietr Abh ' 3 cp.(improb.) HNir devastate, H'NE' ruin, whence 'Vf wild, rough growth);— alw. c. TDB> : abs. 'tf Is 7 s324 9 17 27" (cf. Du); n^ 5 6 j»; sf. in^ io' 7 (fig. of Assyr.). DDttf(Lag BN63 ) vb.Uedown(NH = BH; - T 212 x C Ecclus 47 ra (in death), 33CTD 6«d 40 5 47 20 ' 1 , = deathbed 46"; Ph. 33^, 33CD (v/d 1 infr.), Lzb 37i ; Eth. flhfl: Zte, so Aram. 33f,

T 2 nD© 


Nab. K33B'D couch ; Ar. (jiCl only pour out (water, tears), be poured out (cf. Hiph. infr., and Lag 8 * 63 )); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 't? Gn 26'° + , etc.; Imp/. 33?" Gn 3 o ,i + , 3 mpl. |33^ 1 S 2 s2 , i»3e>? Jos 2 s Jb 3o' ; , etc. ; Imv. ms. 33B> 2 S 1 3 d Ez 4 n33B> Gn 39 7 1! , etc.; 7n/. abs. 33B> Lv 1 5"; cslr. 33E> 1 K i«+, sf. toB' Ru 3 4 , aa3B> Gn , 9 ».» -jaag; Dt6 7 +2 1; ><. M& Gn 28"+, f. n33t{> Mi 7* Eu 3 8 , etc.; — 1. lie down (some- times opp. Dip, n?H) : a. Ju 5 s7 (prostrated by blow, + JH3, !>M). b. to sleep, Gn 1 9 4 (J), 28 11 (E), 1 S3 5 Dt7 7 Pr6 22 + oft.; read 33fM also (for 03S?!!) 1 S 9 M © Th We Dr and mod.; 'tf + )& sleep 1 K 19 5 ■f 3 6 4 9 , cf. Pr y 1 -', + DTU Jon i 5 ; =be lying 1 S 3 23 26 s (all 3 loc), v 7 4 5 (ace. cogn. noon-repose), 2 S 1 3 s , cf. D}"3 ?3 33B* Pr23 3 ', of two lying (together, for warmth) Ec 4"; + be sleeping 1 S 26 7 ; = keep lying, c. I? Ju i6 :i 1 S 3 13 Ru 3 13 Pr 6 9 ; emphasis on resting, Lv 26 6 (H), Jbn I<t ; token of mourning, HTM} 33^1 {$)) 2S12 16 , cf. 13" 1 , pt?3 'V 1 K 21% DVJBf! pa 'V -V 68 14 (of indo- lence X) ; fig. of prostration by disease 41 9 ; among foes 57 s ; of humiliation Je ■y'; c. ?5? rei : land Gn 2 8 13 (J), usu. bed 2 S 13 s 1 K 21 4 Lv 15 42120 , cf. v 50 , for midday repose 2 S 4 7 . c. lie on (?})) one's side Ez 4 4 - 4 - 6 - 9 (symbol.). d. lie, ?TJ pers. 1 K 3 19 (fatally), 2 K 4 s4 (to revive). e. lie P , n3 ) of lamb (i.e. be cherished) 2 S 12 3 , of woman Mi 7 s (intimacy), 1 K 1 - (vital warmth) ; lie down for copulation Gn 1 9 333i (of woman, v. 3 infr.; both opp. Dip). 2. = lodge (for night), (TOE*) 'V Jos 2 1 (E), 2 K 4", cf. 9 ' 6 (yet perhaps = lie ill), Lv 14 47 (3 loc). 3. of sexual re- lations, lie with : subj. man, c. Dy Gn 3o 15J6 39 7 - , " ,4 (J), Ex 22" (E), Dt 22 M + 8 t. Dt., 2 S 11 4 " 12" 24 Lv 15 33 ; c. m fem. with (MT WK, etc., orig. FWK, etc., v. Dr 28 ' 3 ' 14 and II. m, p. 85* supra), Gn 26'° 34" 35" (all J), I S 2 s2 (om. © and mod.), 2 S 13" Ez 23 s (fig.), Lv 15 24 (33^ 33B>), Nu 5", also (c. ace. cogn. jrjJTOa^) v 13 Lv I5 18 19 20 ; c. ace. (sf.) fem. Dt 28 3 ° Kt'(v. fof])i c. b$* fem. Gn 39'° (J); c. m vir. (sodomy), Lv 18 22 20" (both H; c. ace. cogn. n^K ^sfp); c. nona-oy Dt 2 7 21 Lv 2 2 ,s (H); subj. woman, c. Dy vir. Gn ly*** (J) 2 S 13"; flK vir. Gn ig 33 - 3 ' (cf. 1 e supra). 4. a. ?»'< down in death, Is 14 8 43 17 (opp. Dip), EZ31" 32 t7».»jo Jb , 4 ij ^ opp D , Pj pgg^ ttfpew 'V 3 1! ; for fytn^ (dead) Is 51 20 La 2 21 . b. esp.'in phr. vrrt3K Dy 'B> he down with his fathers, of kings

K i 2 ' 2'"+ 35 t. K Ch, cf. Gn 47 30 (J), Dt 3 i 16 , 

and (c. nx) 2 S 7 12 . c. in grave, W33 Is 14" (opp. T)?!? 1 ?), TR *2p V'SS 6 ; ->syb jb 7 21 , T^y "2i 2C ; inShe'61Ez32 21 ; inGeh'enna(?)Is5o". 5. fig. = relax : Jb 30^'my gnawing pains do not sleep; = have rest, i3^> 'B> tib Ec 2 23 . t Niph. Pu. = be lain with (sexually; subj. woman), only as Qr for Kt [W ] Niph. Pu. q. v. t Hiph. "lay, Pf. 3 fs. na'S^n c . ace. puer. + PT 1 ? 1 K 3 20 , so Impf. 3 fs. sf. ViyW^l v 20 , cf. (nBD-by) 17"

K 4 21 ; Inf. abs. nsiN DfliS 33f n 2 S 8 2 making 

them lie down on ground; Impf. also lay 33^133 2Chi6 ,4 (of burial); 3»3f: "O DW '.^J Jb 3 8 37 i.e. tip them so that contents may flow out (cf. Ar. SXL supra). tHoph. Pt. 33f D 2 K 4 s2 to/d nt£t?-^y ; p/ consec. 33^1 Ez 3 2 32 shall be laid (in death), c. i]iri3 e t DX pers. (wi</j) ; so Imv. ms. roaipn v ' 9 (c. OX pers. only). T[i~QDtt.' , j n.f. act of lying, layer; — only cstr. ri33B>, all P ; — 1. act of lying, as ace. cogn. c. 331? 3 : 5nrn33B> Lv 1 5 13 a man lies with her a lying of seed (in copulation), cf. 19 20 Nu 5 13 ; then ( = semen), JnTTUap KSH Lvis' 632 2 2 4 ( + «BO), t 'B> alone" 1 5 17 '. 2. Zayer of dew, ■?j3nn33B>Exi6 m4 (P). t[mStpLag BS179 Ba rai44 ] n.f. copula- tion;— sf., 'all c. (0|: W33^-ns jn»l Nu5 20 (P;

fem.); JTit!? ^33? |WI ^ LviS 20 ^ fem.), 
E' jnn n^ non3-^33 v 33 , cf. 2o 15 (all H).

n32?Q n.m. Lv ,5 - 4 place of lying, couch ; act of lying; — abs. 'D i K i 47 + , cstr. 33^0 2 S 4 5 + J sf. '33f I? Jb 7" + , D333t?0 ^ 4 5 ; pi. cstr. 'OSB'O Gn49 4 + , sf. Dni330? Ho7 14 +, etc.;— 1. couch, bed (37 t.), 2 S 4 11 Ho 7 14 Mi 2 1 iK i^Cts 1 -!-; '»5» %i) Ex 2i 13 (E) he takes to his bed; nny 'O Lv 15 26 (P; v. sub I.Tli); 'D as place of copulation Gn 49 4 (poem in J), Is 57 7 - 8 - 8 Pr7 17 ; as place of burial Is 57 s Ez 32 s5 2 Ch i6 14 (v. 'd Inscr. Tabnit 8 and perh. Jewish inscr. Cooke 341 ). +2. act of lying : a. in gen., '13 "110 chamber of lying down = bed- chamber, Ex7 28 (E), 2S4 7 2K6 12 , 133^0 'Tire Ecio 20 ; Dnnjrn 'd m 33B> RW1 2 S4 5 'his noon- day siesta; 17 23 rd. perh. 'O IXny couches for Zyr'ny cfoiwi Klo Bu HPS Now, cf. ©. b. (from context) sexually: of woman 33En? (b &H) nyn' 13J Ju2i lll2 Nu3i 17 - 35 (P); ofman^tya 33E> nE>K Lvi8 22 20 13 ( + l3rriK sodomy ;"h); 'a cri* Ez 23 17 . TOtf t [HDti', so most] vb. Hiph. Pt. as adj. in Vn tfyfo BfJJW D'DID Je 5 8 usu., horses . . . roaming at large they have become (cf. Eth. UMi); — but mng. lustful needed; Aq Theod t kovti c, Jer Irahentes (sc. genitalia), i.e. D , 3K>D; read with Arnheim Du Dr D'a'efcD, i.e. fed stallions (lit. growing D'StPK, Lv 2 1"; cf. Hi? 1 ?, Dnsp). rDt# vb. forget (NH id.; Ecclus 45 2Sc - T 102 y and (Pi.) u»»j Aram, m&, ^ is find);— Qal 80 Pf. 3 ms.'t? * 9 i:, +', sf. *»?? Is 49 u ; 2 fs. nn?B' Je 13-*; 1 pi. sf. TWpf f 44 18 , etc.; /mp/lisf? Dt4 3, + , etc.; Zmv.'fs. 'naPf 45"; /n/ oi*. nbtf; Pt. pi. cstr. V^** Jb8 13 f50~; —forget : 1. subj. man, a. ace. rei Gn 2 7 4b (E), Dt 4 9 9' (opp."l?J) + , = forget and leave, 3 loc., 24 19 ; c. obj. cl. c. '? Jb39 15 ; c. (O inf. V'i02 i . b. c. ace. pers., involving forgetting to mention, Gn 40 23 (E ; opp. nat), cea&ing to care for Je 3o' 4 (fig.), Is 49 liJi (ace. om.), v ls Jb 19 14 f 45"-; c. ace. Jerusalem 137 5 *; Crl 1nH3B* Jb 24 20 ; abs. ^, I37 5b ,yp, nagjp, . A ^ Ki supp]y rfoym or fUsn (whence AV her cunning), but forced : © rOEta ; rea d prob. (Gr Bu al.) E'DSPl let it grow lean (109 24 , cf. Zen 17 ), or (Che) B'nrri let it disappoint (me), fail (Hb 3 17 ). c. esp. c. ace. *> (God), Ho 2 ,s 8 14 13 6 Ju 3 7 1 S 1 2 9 Is 17 10 Dt8 ,9 ('B*i nbe>) + 16 1.(5 t.Dt, 4 1. Je), + *59 12 (ace. om.) ; also ace. of divine name Je 23 s ' (^yaa), ^44"; commands of '•> Ho 4 6 Dt 26 13 (ace. om.) V' ii9 16 +7 t. ^119, his doings and ways, v 139 78 711 103 2 106 13 , his covenant Dt 4 2 " 1

K 17 38 Pr 2 17 ; law of wisdom 3 1 , sc. ace. nya 

4 6 . 2. subj. '< (God) : a. ace. pers. Ho 4 6 1 S 1" (opp. -OJ), La 5 20 Is 49 14 (|| 2XS), + io 12 i3 2 42 10 . b. ace. of sins Am 8 7 i//io"(acc. om.), cryi//9 13 (opp.13T), cf., of distress, 44 25 . c. voice of foes a// 7 4 23 . d. sq.inf.f 77 10 . fNIph. Pf.

ma. nsf? Ec 9 s , etc.; Impf. roe* + 9 ">, 3 fs. 

na^n Je 2 o 11 ,etc; P«. fs. nref 3 Is2 3 ,e , nnsfj v 15 , pi. D'nSB'J Jb28 4 ;— be forgotten: subj. rei Gn 4i 30 (E), Dt 3i 21 Je 20" 23 40 50 5 Is 65" ; subj. pers. ^9" 3 1 13 Ec 2 16 , Tyre Is 23 1 ' 16 (under fig. of harlot), subj. tt^J Ec 9%- br s |0 'VV Jb 28 4 . t Pi. Pf. 3 ms! '131 f rce> La 2 6 '» hath caused to forget (be forgotten) in Zion assembly and sabbath. tHiph. Inf. 0'W t}f Je 23 s7 to make my people forget my name (2 ace). + Hithp. Impf. 3 mpl. W3HB" Ec 8 10 tlmj were forgotten in the city.

L,^ 

^D??®] ""U- forgetting, forgetful ; —pi. T "•D" ? D'nS^n I s 65" they who forget the mt. of my holiness (|| * '3$) ; cstr. '« <ri3t? ,/, >s a H nations/or^C/uZo/^od^cf.'naypt^JbS^^so 22 ). tpQt#] vb. decrease, abate (NH nyptf is allaying of anger ; JIN ^]3# soothe, satisfy the ear (so appar. Dalm), i.e. allow it to hear and understand, cf. Levy NHWB (and Ar. ell be narrow, have small ears, be deaf, Frii 90 ) ; Ar. eL. v. humble oneself, Wahrm humiliate) ; — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. 1315^1 Gn 8' the waters abated; Inf. cstr. ?]K>3 Est2 ! when abated the king's wrath, so Pf- 3 fs. B92? 7'°.— OW?) W3 Je 5 26 usu. like the bending, crouching, of fowlers (this meaning for?]?' dub.; Dr"WJP; Dudel.CO "ilB", then rds.

rti^; 'a nnB>3 e*fn D'tfsto). Hiph. Pf

consec. '^JO "n'SB'nl Nu 17 20 7 mill allay from upon me the murmurings (ace.), etc. t[7bltf, 73ttf l*t W * vb - ^ bereaved (=Ar. jXf, X Man, bn ; c f. Syr. Jjil 7o«« of children);— Qal Pf. 1 s/ri^B' , ni)3E' "KStaSGn 43 14 (E) if I am bereaved, I am bereaved (of father, expr. resignation; on p3 v. Ges' 29 "); Impf 1 s. 73&tt 2 7 45 (E), c. ace. pers. be bereaved of you both (of mother) ; 3 fs. ^BX WthlQ bsfn

S 1 5 33 thy mother shall be bereaved above (more 

than) women. Pi. Pf. 3 fs. nbsB' 1 S i^+y sf. nnj>3Bn Ez I4 15 , etc.; /my/. 3 fs. ^n Dt 32 25 + , 2 fs. ^SB'n Ez 36 14 Qr (v. $B>3 Pi.) ; 7n/ csCr. sf. dWbv 12 ; P<. nb??*© Ex 23 s6 , nb?- Ez 3 6 13 , nb- 2 K 2 19 - 21 ;— 1. make childless, ace. of father Gn 42 s6 (E), of mothers 1 S 1 5' (subj. 3Tjn), cf. Ez 5 17 (subj. famine and beasts), and i v "(id.; obj. land); ace. of people Ho9 12 (E']KD) ) Je 15 7 ( + , ri'iaN), Ez36' 2 , cf. v 1314 (v. supra); obj. om. (subj. 3jn) Dt 22 s5 La i 20 Ez 21 19 (Co, for ?S3P1 7 v. ?B3 p. 495b; otherwise Toy Krae). 2. a. cause barrenness, or abortion, 'SB? Y"^}

K 2 19 , cf. v 21 (Thes otherwise, v. 'Kip infra). 

b. shew barrenness, or abortion, (1) of any female Ex2 3 26 (E; +nii$), animals Gn 3 i 38 (E) Jb 2I 10 ; (2) of vine Mai 3". Hiph. Pt. Drn (D<i?DX DH^l) b'lfp Ho 9 14 miscarrying womb. — Je 50 9 read >"?fO successful, © <S Heb Codd. EwHiGfGie. TbiDU? n. [xa.] bereavement, loss of children;— t? V1K «b I s 47 s (|| njD^N), c f. v 9 ; %• f 35 12 t[^12C?] adj. childless (through bereave- ment);— 6. n ^F lM9 21 (fig- of Zion);— on form v. Ba NB47 . t^Stt? adj. bereaved, robbed of offspring (Ba ,5,c ); — esp. 'B> 3* 2 S 17 8 Ho 13* Pr 17 12 (aim. of fierceness); n%> Dm Je 18 21 ; fffla* DH3 p« Ct 4 2 (of flock, in sim.) = 6 6 . t[0 ,, ^3UJ] n. pi. abstr. bereavement, childlessness ;— V&0 "2? Is 49* 1 >••• sons °f thee, the bereaved. tnf?|ttta ace. to Thes n.f. abstr. barren- ness, 2K 2 21 (||njO); if so, read <r6'3- KloKit; but probably Pi. Pt. as v 19 , cf. Bur. DOt£^ ('/of foil., meaning unknown; NH Hiph.=BH ; Eth. has denom. flhen>: carry on the shoulder; Ar. 15LL is take short steps, from weakness (Kam Fiey)). . D-CJ n.m. Zp3,9 shoulder;— abs. V Gn 4 8 M +, 03?* 33"+, B?£ //2i 13 (whence orig.

    • afon'infbrred01 U47 *' i " a - Sta* 199 '; but _ der.

from- before 3, Ba NB104 Ko" 1,i7 - 506 ); cstr.Djf Gn 9 a ; sf. to??' 49 15 + , nco?' (for iTO3?' Ges ! 91e ) Jb3i M ,etc; — 1. shoulder (sometimes incl. back of neck; e)n3 = shoulder-blade): a. as bearing burdens, ^3D^ 'B* B» Gn 49 15 (poem in J; Issach. under fig. of ass), cf. 2 1 " (E), 2 4 15 - 45 Ex 1 2 M , also Gn 9 *>(all J), Jos 4 5 (E), Ju 9 48 Is 10" (|| IK}*), 14 s (both fig.), ^ 8 1 7 , so, metaph., of responsi- bility of rule Is 9 s 22" (symbolized by key), of accusation as (easy) burden Jb3i 36 ; fig. also im 'V i"l?yi> Zp 3 9 to serve him (with) one shoulder (as one man), cf. Syr. [al>~s <►-. b. in statement of Saul's height, ?33 nbjOT toatST) DVn-^30 1 S 9 2 , cf. io 23 and (with play on n.pr. loc'. D?V) TyrW "IW f l|> 'WM Gn48 22 (E; cf. Dr). 2. in gen. 6ac/fc : D?» "?# ta ?^ <ini ?^? 1 S io"; so 'B* torPB'n ^21", i.e. make them turn (in flight; cf. »rjS> ^ nnnra^ 18"); as beaten 'B> HBO Is 9 s (||13 fe#n Dais') ; more anatom. ?^Sn 'Cto 'Dn? Jb 31 22 ?e£ my shoulder- blade fall, from its back.— Ho 6" v. II. D?f. rTO2© v. foregoing. f 11. D3B5 n.pr.loc. 4 , ct m. I4 (Sux'M; ® l oft. 2<«fia Lag BN 57 ) : 1. district in N. Palestine (prob. shoulder (saddle 1) of mount.); — 'V tfipD Gn 12 6 , noa?* 37 14 ; = city (D??*, nD3?>, Ho 6" TO?B : ) J0S24 1 ; 'V ty Gn 33 19 Ju8 31 + 20 1. Ju 9

ptf 

(t^ ^>3 v 2 + 1 2 1., 'B^Jt? '3 v 46 - 47 ), Ho6 9 + 2 1 1. ('B i l , ?Gn33 18 ); city of refuge Jos 20 7 2 1 21 1CI1

5S . WMM""' 111 "'™ cp. Egypt. Sa-ka-ma (cf. 

Jen ZAl(1896)3i6 ); mod. Nablus (from Rom. name Neapolis); v. Buhl 0200 '- GASm 0532 "' 345 Wilson lust. dbsheche». 2. n.pr.m. (on connexion with 1 cf. Ju 9 28 ), ' son ' of Hamor, also Gn 33 19 34 s 4- 10 t. 34, Jos 24 s . TD30J n.pr.m. in Manasseh (2i»x<m) : Nu 26 31 iCh7 19 ; 'B^a: 1 J0S17 2 . t^ptt) adj. gent, of 03?/, c. art. as n.coll. 'B'n Nu'26 31 . [02t?j] vb. Hiph. denom. start, rise, early (prop, load backs of beasts for day's journey); — Pf. 3 ms. consec. C'fB'rn 2 S 15 2 Jb I s , etc.; Impf 3 ms. 03?*?. Gn i9 27 + , 2 ms. D'SB'n J u 9 :t3 , etc.; Imv. 03?>ri Ex 8 ,6 + ; Inf. abs. Bffo Je 7" + , ^3- Je 44 4 Pr 27", erron. DVDfK Je2 5 3 (Ges S63k ); Pt. VapO Ho 6 4 + , etc.; — rise early, make an early start, of journey (Hex only JE); D3fn!> J u 19 9 ( + " 1 ™), cf. Ct 7 13 ; +vb.of going Gni9 2 (J), standing 2 S 15 2 , encamping Ju7', etc.; +inf. 1 S I5 12 (cf. Dr), 29 11 2K6 15 (tfip^), Dip VVfo Vi27 3 (°PP- ra& nnsc); usu. Opal Gni9 27 (J; DipBrr^t?),

S29 1010 +27 t., +(nyperbol.)i:? i '33 W2&Q 

»V]j is 5" (II *f& *iq»tD); c. rrjniso Ex 3 2 6 (E), Ju 6 28 + 3 t.; c. t#n nfe;a Jos 6' 5 (J), 1 S 19 26 ; W^l TO , 3? i >l Tinpjl Jos 8 14 (J) tftey Tnarfe a quick and early start, and went out; tlnf. abs. (Ges 5 1,s ') as adv. 31.1|ni 'E>n 1 S 1 7 16 at early morning and at evening; esp. of , in Je : tPH -TV— speaking early and often 7 13 35 14 and (of Je) 2 5 3 , cf. II 7 32 s3 ; oft. Tfhfl 'Cn = sending early and often 7 s5 24 4 26 s 29 19 35 14 44*, also

Ch 3 6 15 ; so vb. fin. VW#n Wtyn Zp 3 7 = 

with eagerness they corrupted (Ges 5120s ); pt. 7]Vn 'Bto ?tf J H06 4 like the dew departing early, 13 3 (Ges 1 ").— 1 S 9 26 read 3?f!l, v. a3C Oti^, IDti' vb. settle down, abide, I - t " I A - T 129 dwell (NH id.; Ecclus 43 17d +; Ph. J3K» Lzb 3 ' 3 ; Aram. T??*; Syr. ^a», all dweZZ; Ar. ^i rest, dwell, cf. As. Sakdnu, set, lay, deposit, set up (a dwelling), intrans. be situated (of city), matkanu, place, dwelling-place); — Qal Pf.

ms.'B' Ex 40 33 4- 5 t.; ]*f Dt 3 3 12 + 2 t., etc.; 

Impf. 3 ms. frf* Gni6 ,2 + ; 'W. Nu9 17 + 2 t.; 3 mpl. US?* Je 49 31 ; 3 fpl. nabB'ri Ez 17 23 , etc.; 7mr.ms.I3B' Gn26 2 f 37 s7 ; "Jtf v 3 ; mpl. "?{? pttj

Je 48™; Inf.estr. t*fr (Ges' 45 ') Gn 35^, fUf}

Ch 6 etc. ; sf. ^ Ex 2 9 46 ; 13??* Dt 1 2 s (but 

v. Pi. 1), etc.; Pt. |?tf Gn i 4 ,3 '+, '??» (Ges ♦ 901m ) Dt33 ,6 + 3t.; sf. fs. SffjW Jesi"; Pi. 2>ass. appar. pi. cstr. c. art. V.' 3 ^? Ju 8" (but corrupt, n.pr.loc. needed, v. GFM): — 1. settle down to abide : a. ofpers.: encanipNu 24 2 (E) ; settle permanently ^ 102 29 (abs. : ||ji3?); l!>D3 'V Jb 29 25 (|| at^) ; settle down (to remain) Ju 5 17 ; Wirin 2 S 7'°= 1 Ch 17 9 (not to be removed) ; esp. at rest, peace, in security, nD3? Je 23" 33'° Dt33 12 , cf - D^" 3 P 3 v 12 ; ^ 16 9 (|| not?); no3 Dt 3 3 58 Pr l33 J "" 3 (^) Nu 2 3 9 (poem) Je 4 9 31 Mi 7"; land of Egypt Je46 26 (remain undis- turbed), so 50 39 IS13 20 (||3E*l, cf. 31^ 4); c. ace. WUPIO 33 16 ; abs. Na 3 18 , subj. Dnnx (We «**, Now »?f^ ; || 103) ; Pr 7 11 her feet tarry not in Iter house, b. of animals: N* 3 ? 3 Dt33 :o ;

loc. Is 34" Jb 37 s ; Of Is 13 21 ; birds nnn '(?' 

(under) Ez 17 53 , *?X3 'V, v 23 ; c. b = upon 31 13 , = 6y^-i04 12 ; c. ace. 5??D Jb 39 s8 ; abs., of man under fig. of bird, njjjPfl nsiyK f 55'. c. things : c. ?5? of cloud, Jb 3 s settle down over ; cf. Ex 24 16 40 35 Nu 9 ,718 ' 22 (all P); c. 3 io 12 (P). 2. aJt'cZe, dwell: a. of men: abs. ^ 37 s7 (E^'V?) ; nee> Is 65'; c. 3 loc. -f 69 37 Jb 18 15 30* Mi 4 10 Je 48^+ 10 1. ; D'O: vpnb Gn 49 13 ; c. i>S, 6y Ju 5 17 Je5! 13 ; «p<m ^37^; '33 ^ Gni6' 2 (J); c. DV with ty 1 20 56 ; c. ace. Pr 2 21 Je 1 7" + 5 t. ; ny .'. . JO Gn 25 18 (J); Hi* 'W Is l83 (II W' ban), b. of the dead : ">flf »j3tf Is 2 6 ,9 (|| ITKfJ) ; cf. Jb 26 5 (|| »7J.), so mortals, V '?? '^ 4 19 : nnn 't?> 9 4 17 (i.e.^Nt5>). c. of God: bi^'V 1 K 8 I2 =2 Ch 6' (poem); Cho Is 33 s ; l'y 57**; «*fttt Dno v 13 ; n3D 'B> Dt 33 16 (theoph.); atr^nNS Gn9 27 (J,' v. Br MP82 ; al. Japheth subJoV'tbins EX25 8 2 9 46 Nu5 3 (all P), Ez 43'; c. 'Hins elsewh. Ex 29" (P)+ 6 t. ; 3 loc. ^85'°; later |i'X3 Jo 4 1721 ; fi*¥ ~»na Is 8 1S ; f 68 ,719 (abs.) + 4 t.; oS&ev ISW i/, 1 3 5 21 . d. things : lJ?iO bnii, c. m LviV(P); Df '" i?^0 Jos 22" (P); -ft Jb 3 8 19 . e. abstr. subj.: BBfD I S3 2 16 (-Q-]B3); noijn, c . ace nony p r 8 12 . tPi. Pf. 3 ms. pe> ^78 60 ; 1 s. , W?? > Je 7 712 ; Impf. 1 s. n;?W Je 7 3 ; Inf. cstr. pE> Nu 1 4 30 + 7 t. ; sf. i33t? Dt 12 6 (so read for MT i33B^, cf. K6" 1 - 2 ');'— 1. make settle down, establish: D^? 3 '& bnit ^78™; esp. in Dt, OB* iOB* pB>? establish his name tJiere (cf. Man iuma as Canaanism Wkl T " Am - ,3iI " ! '- 20 ' 181 - 6 ) Dtia 11 14 23 i6 2 - 611 26 s , cf. Je 7 12 Ne i 9 ; + iasB'b of iof-n« Dfc6 Dt 1 2 s (rd. bivb). 2. mai( to dwell: c. ace. pers., 3 loc, Nu I4 30 (J) Je 7 17 . + Hiph. Pf. 1 s. W^j?" Ez 3 2 4 ; Impf. 3 ms. juss. J3f! f 7 6 , (SB*!! Gn 3 14 ^78", etc.;— . a. lay, ISy^ H133 V'7 6 ^ a y w ?/ honour in (lie, dust (of death); place, set, Gn3 24 (J); place, establish, lyiO ^HN at Shilo Josi8'(P). b. cause birds to settle, ?? Ez 32 4 . 2. cause to dwell, c. ace. pers., 3 loc, ^ 78 s5 ; cf. Jb n 14 . t[jb»?] a.m. dwelUng;— sf. to^ Dti2 5 (cf. pt? dwelling Ecclus 14 25 ), but v. •/?!. Tj3lZ? adj. inhabitant, neighbour; — 'vj Is 33 24 + ; T cstr. J??' Ho 10 s ; sf. tof> Ex 12 4 ; b»»f» 2K4 3 , etc.; f. sf. MBfcf' Ex 3 s2 ; fpl. nuSB' Ru4 17 ; — 1. inhabitant, Is 33 s4 Ho io 5 . . neighbour: woman Ex3 w (E); pi. RU4 17 ; man Ex 12 4 (P) Je 6 21 Pr 27'°, pi. 2 K 4 3 ; of places Dt i 7 ; nations, to Judah Ez i6 M ^79 12 ; (wyjafb nain 44 " 79^ c f. 31", 89 42 ; 'vh jno

7 ; toEdom Je49 10 ; to Sodom v 18 50 40 ; to 

11 14 (because to his people). ptijp H.m. E " M - e dwelling-place, ' taber- nacle ' ;—'0 Ex 25 9 + ; cstr. 'St^O 3 8 21 + , etc.; pl.cstr. , 33E i Df46 6 (@BaeDui33K i D,<"'f?fp); s f. KfOTO Ez2 5 4 (<DnW3B i O, II DnwvB), ni33B»'o Hb i 6 ^i32 5 ; cstr.niSSE'O 87 2 + , etc.;— ■. 'dwelling-place: DT3S1 jm nnp-flB'p Nu l6 2427 (P) [but here orig. Jl'fO; v. Comm.]; poet. = <om&, Is 22 16 . 2. elsewhere in sg. always of abode of': ta. in gen., of temple, 'D Ehip ^ 4 6 5 ; 1^33 RPfte 2 6 8 ; ^fjf* 'O 7 4 7 . b. iW |3fD 78 60 . * c. tSQ in P, of ""'s ' dwelling ' (EX25 9 RVm ; rendered conventionally ' taber- nacle'), of planks lined with vari-coloured tapestry, with a 'tent' (^K) over it, filled with" 1133 Ex 40 s4 - 35 ; over it cloud pe* Nu 9 18 - 22 (during the wanderings); its plan given by '" Ex 25° 26 30 ; dieting, from lyio bnii, the ' tent ' over it (cf. tyt 3), Ex 26 712 - 13 36" 4 o 19 ; t" 13&? Lvi7 4 (H), Nui6 9 17 28 19 13 31 3047 Jos22' 9 (v.alsol), iChi6 S9 2i w 2 Ch i 5 29 s ; tnnyn 'o Ex 3s 21 Nu i 50 - 53 - 53 io M ; "iyio bnx "a Ex 39" 40 2 - 629 1 Ch 6 17 , Ci^Nn Iff p^D v 23 , ISB-OrrnS K'B»J 23 s6 ; cf. JSB'O (prob. gloss on i>nx), 2 S 7 6 Ifi Ch 17 s , +76 t. P. 3. pi. rWatyD dwellings (only poet.) : a. of Israel, Nu24 5 (poem; || D^ns), Je 30 18 Is 54 s + 4 t. ; of other nations Je 51 30 Hb I 6 , cf. Ez 25 4 (v. supra); V D Jbi8 21 ; D'»an 'o 2i 2S ; of wild ("i)rr»33tt5

^bw ass 39*(|| JV3^; shepherds Ct i"; =tomb ^49'° (cf. 1). b. God's abode in Zion Ez 37" Vn 3 2« cf. 43 s >84 5 (ir^?0). "f"(l)! — T n 33tZ? n.pr.m. ( Jiath taken up his abode); — 'T,???', 2fx"" a ( f )i e ^ c - : !• descendant of Jehoiakin 1 Ch 3 2, ' 22 (on context v. Kit), Ezr 8". 2. Ezr io= (diff. from 1 1). 3. father of a wall-builder Ne 3 s9 . 4. father-in-law of Tobiah Ne6". 5. priestly name : a. Nei2 3 = VW3B> 1 Ch 24 11 , cf. OJJJfJ 3 Ne io 5 1 2 14 . b. Vth&ff 2Ch 3 i' 5 . f I. [IDti'] vb. be, or become, drunk, drunken (NH id., der. spec, and deriv.; Ecclus ^ O i8.2o^ 3 g, g ( ron g drink y Ar. S^. be drunken, also be full, 1S^~ fill ; As. •M&arw,=" | 3B', sak- kdru, drunken, perhaps also vb. sakdru ; Eth. tftld: Aram. N'UB', Jia£="DB' ) esp. date-wine (Lbw p - ,M ), cf. iiJt 6e drunken, usu. (der. spec.) oV/S/e, deform, etc.; from "Uy, Egypt. <a-£-'zra WMM A,.». E .r.,« Q k- ^^ Lewy Fremd;.3lJ._ Qal Pf 3 pi. VDB> Is 29 s ; Impf 3 ms.iafM Gn 9 21 , 3 mpl. P?3B* Is49 M , etc -I Iin/e. nipl. TO? J e 25 w Ct 5 1 ; Inf. cstr. rrp&b Hg i 6 ; Pt. pass. TmV Is 51 2 ' (Ges k,30b Lag 1 *' 60 );— focome drunken Gn 9 21 (J), of social drinking 43 s4 (J), Ct 5 1 , token of plenty Hg i 6 ; fig. of nations staggering helplessly under calamity Je 25^, 51 2 ' (***B t6l), Na 3 n ; of infatuation Is 2 9 9 (1)- **?1), of disgrace La 4 21 , self-destruction, '^ DOT D'DJQ Is 49 M . Pi. make drunken : Impf. 3 ms. sf. 1H13W 2 S 11", lit.; fig. 1 s. (sf. of people) tr3?PlJ! (read '}) Is 6 3 6 (subj.'>) I made them drunk in my wrath (but MSS Ges Hi Ew Che Kit Marti al. En.3EW I brake them in pieces); Pt. fs., of Bab., YWfa ^W^ Je 51'; cf. Inf. abs. ">3B> Hb 2 1S (i.e. terrorizing nations; read prob. 'B* *$) HRipn We Now). Hiph. id.: Pf. 1 s. *l|?n] Je 51 57 (subj. "•) i.e. make princes helpless, D'lTiiE'ul v 39 ; Imv. mpl. sf. VrYSEVl, obj. Moab, i.e. make helpless and disgraced 48 M ; Impf. 1 s. D 1 "? <Sn "V]itf$ Dt 32".— Ruben J( < ,l(1899) - 44 < ! prop. Tlfo>$9 Ho f for riK IT "JCto. Hithp. 7»np/. 2 fs. H|!f^ 1 S I 14 how long wilt thou make thyself drunken [a drunken spectacle] ? T">«tp n.[m.] intoxicating drink, strong drink (Ba 1 "" 71 );— alw. V abs.; usu. ||p:(exc. ^■69"): Is 29*; usu. condemned, Is 5"" 28 7 " 5 6 ,2 ('B' n«3D3), Mi 2 U 1 Si" Pr 20'; forbidden to priests on duty Lvio 9 (P); not for princes Pr 3 1 4 ; nor Nazirite Nu 6 3 Ju 1 $** M , cf. 'V yen Nu6 3 ; 'B> TriB> ^69" drunkards; but V as common drink Dt 29° (opp. to miraculous), allowable in sacrif. meal 14-°, commended for weak and weary Pr 31 4 ; '& ^95 Nu 2 8 7 (P; for 15 v ,4 + ); v.further Kennedy' Encj - Bib - lv - 530 "-. — 6nformcf.Lag M "- 357:BNM . tn^tf, "rtStf adj. drunken (Ba !iB * I341> );— abs.-iat? 1 S 25 s6 , "fa? 1 K i6 9 + , f. Hp? 1 S i 13 , pi. DniSE' Jo i 5 , cstr. n.3B> Is 28' 3 ; — drunken: 1 S 25 s6 , 'tf B"N Je 23 9 , & rVW 1 K 16 9 drinking (and) drunken, 20 16 ; as subst.= <irwH&e?i on«, drunkard Is 28 13 Pr 26", pi. Jo i 5 (|| |* Vl'e>); in sim. Is 19" Jb 12 25 ifr 107 27 , and (of earth) Is 24 2 "; f. of drunken woman 1 S 1" tVn~ti) n.[m.] drunkenness; — 'E* only fig. : Je T 13 13 Ez 23- 13 (Co Berthol Krae fftljtf, not Toy), both of bewilderment and helpless- ness under calamity; from drinking blood 30".— Vid. Lag BN2ttrc,lw . t [p12tt>] n.pr.loc.onNW.borderof Judah, C. n loc. njl- Jos 15 11 , 2okx<->8, ©L Sa^aptara. II. 12® (/of foil.; meaning unknown). ■hrtp«n.[m.]gift;— nba/^fj2 w ( mr?); sf.^ll3f«Ez2 7 li . t^© in ^n-by 2 S.6 7 is disputed; ® B om.; A @L Tji irpo-(T(iq, for his Ivasliness (prob. from Aram.; cf. U^X j» = suddenly), 35 temeritate ; % 'iriE'NT by because he acted in error (Aram. ty, t§y err : v. BAram. by), hence AV RV

for his error; , q. v. (cf.

Peiles^" 82 ). t [^ /tf] vb. Pu. be bound, joined (NH Pu. = BH; T nybf rung of ladder; Aram. fTr*^ appar. only 1 K 7 2 *- 29 , t^Sit ravine, narrow path between mountains; Ar. JJul is seize, carry off, by force) ; — Pt. fpl. rnWo Ex 26 17 tenon s joined each to (bx) its fellow, '36 s2 (both P). D^STtjJ n. [m.] pi. joinings of bases (93 juncturae);—'V? W 1 K 7 2s29 , fT^ v 29 ; AV RV ledges, < ribs (Kit) or /mme*(Benz), joining or binding the parts together. h#. ihv (/of foil., unless loan-word ; NH = BH, Ecclus43 ,7c MVVhis snow; Ar. 'JS, Aram. K?>, J^JT, As. salgu). t Jf& n.m. , " «• 10 sno w ; — abs. V Is 1 ,9 + , &V Ex 4 6 + ; cstr. b& Je 18";— mow, 2 S 23 20 ("^3 Di") = 1 Ch 1 1", Jb 6' 6 37 6 (|| IBD DOT), V'l47 M1 i48 8 ( + B'«,"T53,lit3 , i?); 'B' , , n Jb24 19 , cf. o 30 Qr CB», < Qr toS De Di Bu al., snow as purifying; v. also [•$]); poet. '0 nilYK 38" (|p"i3 'K); symb. of coldPr3i 2 '; as moistening, fertilizing Is 55 ,0 (|| DtPS); on mountains, fig. of normal habit, p33? 'B* Je 1 8 14 ; sim. of whiteness, of leprosy Ex 4 6 (J), Nu 1 2 10 (E), 2 K s 27 ; c. |J? comp., of fair skin La 4' (|| a ?C)>' 8 ^ m - of sins, y>3^ 'B>a is j» c f. V^5i 9 (I» comp.); sim. of refreshment Pr 25 13 (drink cooled by snow, v. reff. in DeToy), of the unfitting f& '#? 26' (|| ICO).— On snow in Pal. v. Nicol Hu,DB8,,ow . t [nSt!?] vb. denom. Hiph. snow; — Impf 3 fs. 5.W (Ges* 109k ), impers. f 68' 3 it mows on Salmon (meaning obscure). tl. [H 7t#, l7t£H vb. be quiet, at ease (Ecclus 47" ffbv prosperity, 4 i u vb& prosper- ous, at ease ; )Lv be tranquil, quiet, cease; £ SOB*, vE* be at ease, then 6e careless, thoughtless, go astray [for Heb. n3B>, MB*], Aph. nejrfcc* (God, etc.), BAram. XW? error; Ar. "XL (_,) oe forgetful,neglectful,content,free(fr.a.rixieiy)y, — Qal 1. be (have) quiet: Pf. 1 S. ♦*$? Jb 3 26 . 2. 6e ai ease, prosper, of wicked, 3 pi. OK* Je 12 1 La i 5 , also Impf. 3 mpl. tff (Ges (75a ) Jb 1 2 s , and (of good) f 1 2 2 6 (?£ Jb 2 7" v. II. rfaty Niph. Impf. 2 mpl. vCT juss. 2 Ch 29 11 6e not negligent (easy-going ; Germ. ' bequem '). Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. i"OB*ri juss. 2 K 4 28 do not mislead me (cf. 3J3H v 16 ), strong Aramaism, whence Klo njffl. t[^CJ Ges* 84 '" Lag BN142 ] n.[m.] ease, prosperity (Perles A "* IS0 delusion; cf. Aram. Off error, sub ■/, e.g., Gn 43"); — sf. *$& f 30 7 (cf. De Bae); < read *fl$$ (or s rS<>V Bi), 01 Hup-Now Du al. (>Sta Hup think «W abbreviated from TllPB 1 ). t^ti] n.[m.] quietness ;— ^ 283 s7 , i.e. quietly, privately (cf. l«N»-> often in the same sense PS 4167 ).

iStt? 

. rfclfi v. rbm. fn. n?ttj n.pr.m. son of Judah, 2i}Xa>p[i>]: Gn38 6 "" T,!6 (J),46 ,2 (P); Nu26 20 (P), 1 Ch2 3 4 21 . t'^S'ty adj. gent, of foreg. : c. art. as n.coll. "#n Nu 26 20 (P). So rd. also 1 Ch q 6 Ne 1 i h , v. tlktf (Lag BN43 ), vbti, vhxp adj. quiet, at ease;— 1. of pers. at ease, ^f Jb 16 12 , ify 2 1 23 (Kci" 1 ' 83 ); of nation, 1yB> (poss. diminutive Ko" 1144 )Je49 31 (||nB3b 2W); prosperous, of city fs. rr6f Zc 7 7 ; of wicked, mpl. cstr. *j?& B^W ,/, T3 M (Renan"-" 1131 prop. D'inj; *$?> 2' of land, ome<, TO^f 1 Ch 4 40 (|| no?}?). 3. ^D33 1^ $>T SO Jb 2o 20 'B'isappar.n.abstr. gro'ei, ease, so Di De al., read nw Siegf Bu, Du (after ©) i3bDD3 tbf t6 ; b& Ez 23" is corrupt, Hi Co Berthol (cf. Da) W sang, Toy D*"!?, Krae Dne t Pl^b© n. f. quietness, ease ; — abs. 'w ^i22 7 +; cstr. H^tf Ezi6 49 Pri 32 ; pi. sf. ^nipC* Je 22 21 (<?]nij>B> Vrss Gie); — quietness, peace, Pr 17 1 (opp. 3n), ^ 122 » (|| Dibf) ; ease, careZess security, Ez 16 49 (Bpfn m.^, Pr I 32 ; prosperity, Je2 2 21 Dn 8 25 II 2124 ; 'E'S in (time of) security (of sudden attack), if not unawares (ThesEwHiKe al.); cf. *i*£ ^i lit. out of quiet, i.e. suddenly, unawares (e.g. 1 Mace i 30 = i£;, mva ), *$?> W S Pr 3 K 6 15 (=0tojD, ^ 3 o 7 v.[% ■ _ til. [H/tf ] vb. draw out, extract (si vera 1.; =^V; Syr. JLv (e.g. Ex 2 10 ), %*"?$ (e.g.Lvii 17 )); — Qal/m^/.sms.apoc^Ges' 10 " 1 ) VM ni^ byi '? Jb 27 s (De); < read V^, or ^ (V^j Di; Schnurrer We Siegf Bu Du btCOT demandeth; Perles*"*'- 48 *$%*$ «T.- t [iTTtf] n.f. after- birth (= Ar. XL , Aram. Kn;^, T )fcL^«.);— sf. W$¥ Dt28 57 . tiV©, ^Ttf, H 1 ?© n.pr.loc. (orig. jiV^.v. adj.gent. (otherwise Ba NB}224b ), which also shews that Vb)V, b*W, was posited when text of K was fixed, cf. Dr 2815 - 12 );— ^ Ju 2i 19 1 S i 24 3 21 14 s Je7 l4 (on destruction of S. v.We 288 ' 17 ), 26 s 41 5 , 'V J2BT3 ^ 78 60 ; iiw Ju 2i 21 ' 21 Je 7 12 ; nV Jos jgLsi.10 I9 5i 2I 2 22 ">( a ii Por E), Jui8 31 2i 13

S i 3 - 9 2 14 3" 4 3 ' 412 1 K 2 27 14 2 ' 4 Je 26" (var. tf>B» iA-»aj 

rhw in all these [2 1 1.] given by Gi as Qr). — 2ijo>^, 2ijAw(k). — ~Slod. Seilun, c. g m. NNE. of Bethel (Beitin) , Buhl ° I7S Dr "*"• DB SB "- 0B . + >, dW "W^tf etc., adj. gent, of foreg.: '3>C>n of Ahijah iKii a i5 s , '&&n 1 2 15 ; 'J^n 2Ch 9 ffl ; "^n io 13 ; also 'ii^O (coll.) 1 Ch 9 s , in || Ne 1 i b '&&? without n.pr.m., but in both these read ^O^n Be Ke Ryle Gu H " Siegf 1 "" Buhl, etc.; v. 11. fW. J"Qn7C? v. p. 529 s supr. I. n?tf vb. send (NH id.; Ecclus 48" + ; Aram, n^, ..X.., So Buhl Ba ES41 cp. Ar. Z-Zl (r=Z), send forth, drive cattle to pas- ture, send messenger, etc., but then cliff, vfor 1. n?;?, Ar. I.U-., tJU. weapon; As. prob. Haiti (send, hurl t), whence teslilu, command) ; — Qal 662 Pf. 3 ms. 'V Gn 42* + , 2 ms. sf. "W^f Ex 5", etc.; Impf. 3 ms. r£e» Gn3 M +, 2 fpl. njn^Vi? Ez 23 40 (Ju 5 26 read njnWn ? Ob 3 T n^ri] Ges 547 "); 7wm>. ms. n^f 1 S 2 o 31 + , mpl. in^ 2 K 2 17 ; Inf. abs. 0(1)^ Nu 2 2 37 + ; cstr. $? v 15 + , rbf Is 5 8 9 , sf. VJfrf Gn 38 17 , etc.;P<.fl^.D l 3K'Ex9 l4 - r ,etc.; nbf iK i 4 6 +, etc.; — 1. serac 7 - : human subj., esp. a. ace. pers. Gn 42 4 43 s (both J; c. HS with, pers.) Nu 22 15 (E) + oft., c. b rei for which Je 14 3 ; sq. ?£ pers. Gn 37 13 (J), 2 S 11 6 Ne 6 b + ; rarely c. b pers. Gn 3 2 19 (J; pass.), b$ loc. 2 Ch 16 4 , 3 loc. 1 S 1 1 3 , 7 loc. 1 K 5™ ace. loc. 2 K 22', P.- loc. + PVO pers. 2S13 17 , |9 loc. Gn 3 7"(J), Nui3 3 (P), etc.; sq. inf. purpose 1 S 25 M (+fl?loo.), 2 K i lf ' Je4o' 4 -)-, PX pers. c. inf. purpose 2 S io 3 Je 42'+ , c. 1 subord. 2 K 5", c. vb. fin. actionis Ex 2 s (E), sent Iter maid and took, -f- , etc. (many combinations) ; ace. pers. alone 24 s (E), Jos 7" (E), 2 S io 7 + oft. b. less oft. ace. rei (some- times c.T3 of agent), c. bit pers. 1 S 16 20 2 K 5 5 20" + , 1 K 5 23 (=designate by sending unto), b pers. Ju 3 ' s 1 K 5 M + , bit loc. Est i a , ni3B> 2 K 6 14 ; +inf. purpose 1 Ch 19 4 Est 4 4 ; +vb. fin. action, ^ ios 23 ; ace. of kid, alone, Gn 38 ;3 also (ace. om.) v i; , etc. c. very oft. without obj. : + vb. fin. action., send and do so and so, Gn 27" (E), 2 Ki i 4 Jb i 5 +; c. bit pers. Ho 5 13 2 S ii« + , esp. + itaxb Gn 38" (J), 1 K 20 5 (oft. SK), Je29 M + ; c. inf. purpose Gii32 6 (J), Nu 2i :,: (J), 1 822" + , etc. (and so 1 S 31 9 , reading VibfH, for Pi., ThWeDr Now, not HPS Bu); abg. 2 K 2 1617 2 S 14 s9 ; =send to inquire 1 K ' 7 , etc. 2. send: subj. ** (God), a. ace. pers. Gn 45 5 (E ; *$ pers.), 1 S 15" (TRf), 4- bit pers. 2 S 12 1 ; ace. of angel, 'JSp pers. Gn 2 4 7 Ex 33 2 (both J), nK with Gn 24 40 (J), etc.; c. ace. pers. ^commission Ex 3 12 (E), Ju 6 14 Is 6 s Je i4 141d + oft. Je, Zc 2 13 + ; also (c. bit pers.) Ex 3 13 (E), Je 2 5 4 Ez 3 + , etc. ; esp. of sending prophet, (n*W), tfbf aifn j e -]*•+ ( v . [DJ^j); ace. pers. + inf. purpose iS 15 1 Je 19" + ; +^ loc. 2 K 2 2 , ace. loc. v 4 , n__ loc. v 6 , etc. b. c. ace. rei, plagues Ex 9 14 (c. 3TvX, 3 pers.), fig. arrows 2 S22 15 = ^i8 i: '(+vb. fin. action.),^i44 6 , cf. Je25 M al.j his word Is 9 7 (3 gent.), SS'^iB'X to which), Zc 7 12 (3 agent.), yfr 107 20 ( + vb. fin. action.), 147 15 ( + acc. Yl-fyl ace. help 20 3 (JO loc), light and truth 43 :l ( + vb. fin. action.), cf. 57 4 . 3. stretch out, esp. ace. hand : a. human subj., c. 3 pers. against, Gn37"(E), 1 S 24 11 Est 2 21 + ; c. 3 rei (property of others) Ex 2 2 710 (E), Est9 10 +, t^na Jb28 a ; c. bit pers. against Gn 22 12 (E), 2 S l8 12 , ^5? pers. 1 K 13 4 , etc.; bit rei (for good) 2 S 6 6 (IJom.); from outside, inward, Ct5 4 (P?loc); abs. Jb30 24 (read 5?3b for 'V? Di Bi Bu). + inf. purpose 1 S 2 2 17 2Si M iCh"i 3 9 ; -rvb.fin.act.Gn 3 22 (J)Dt25 u Ju I5 15 + ; »3SK 'B> IS58 9 , in token of scorn ; c. ace. of rod I S 14 27 ; bin ""PE? Jo 4 13 stretch out (the) sickle. b. subj., ace. hand, +?5*pers. against Ex 24" (E), cf. (?V) ^ 138 7 ; +vb. fin. act. tEx 3 20 (JE), 9 lb (J), Jb 1" 2 s ; in favour, Je i 9 , abs. fr 144 7 (ft? loc.), also (pass.) Ez 2 9 and (ace. 1} n^SR), 8 3 . fc. ace. hand, subj. angel, -face loc, inf. purpose 2 S 24 16 , cherub, bit rei, IP loc. Ez io 7 ; adversary, •'N pers. Jb 1 12 ; subj. angel, ace rod Ju 6 21 . d. stretclied out, slender, of treeGn49 21 (poem in J), v. 1. iyKsupr. p. i8 b . e. perhaps extend, direct, ace. rei Ez 8 1 " (v. rnioi supr. p. 274k, also conj. in ToyKrae). 4. rarely send away (v. Pi.) : human subj., ace. pers. Ju 1 1 38 ( + acc. temp.), Gn 28 s (P). 5. let loose (v. Pi.), perhaps only ^ 50 19 (fig.) thy mouth hast thou let loose in evil. I TTiph. Inf. abs. DnsD nib fl)= letters were sent (Ges* I14,B11 ) Est 3 13 ( + ?X pers., 1!3 agent., inf. purpose). Pi. 260 Pf. 3 ms. n^t? Ex 8 ffl + , sf. in^ 1 S 20 22 , etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. n^ Je 3 1 + , DJ-B* Is 45" Pr 6' 4 ; 1 s. sf. inWs Gn 3 2- 7 , Oftfti 2 S 1 1 12 1 K 20 34 , etc.; Imv. ms. njE' Ex 4 23 + , etc.; Inf. abs. Dt22 7 1 K 11 22 ; cstr. tij$ Gn8'°+, nW Ex 7 27 + ,etc; Pi. D.Wd Gn 43 4 +, etc.;— 1. send rfaw

QTnSttJ off, away, human subj. : a. ace. pers. + 7 loc. Jos 24" (E), Ju7 8 iSio 25 + ; +7pers.Je48 12 ; + n- loc. Ju 12 9 and (c. inf. purpose) Gn 28" (P); ace. of goat, 7]NTj£ Lv i6'° (n- loc.), v 26 ; send out, different ways, ace. pers., 2 loc. Ju 1 a"' J 20 6 ; send into exile, '1 subj., c. IP loc. Je24 D , n- loc. 29 20 . "b. send away, dismiss, ace. pers. Gn 2 1 ,4 (E), 2 5 6 ( J ; ?yo pers.), 2 S 1 3 16 + ; specif., c. ace. of wife (=divorce), Dt22 19W 24'- 3 Je3 l + , abs. Mai 2 16 . C. send away empty (-handed) DiJ , l, + acc.pers.Gn3i 40 (E),Dti5 l3 Jb22 9 . d. send off, give a ' send-off ' (sometimes escort part way), ace. pers., Gn 18" 2 4 M 3 i 27 (all J), I S o 26 2 K 5" 6 a . e. ace. rei 1 S 6 s Ne 8 ,2 + , c. ace. loc. 1 S 5 10 6 3 , 7K pers. Je 27 s , etc. 2. a. send away, sub)/', ace. pers. Gma 29 (J; ^PITO), 1K9 7 ( S JS 75/D). b. give over, ace. pers. yjr 8 1 B (3 of evil), c. cast out, ace. pers. Je 28 16 ('JB-byo), Lv 18 24 20 23 (both *3BD). d. send out, forth, send on a mission, esp. of '♦, c. ace. of hornet Dt 7 20 , ef. 28 s " 32" (all 3 pers.), serpents Nu 2 1 6 (E; 3 pers.), lions 2 K 1 'j mM (both id.), foes

K 2 4 2,2 ( + inf. purpose); pestilence Am 4' Ez 

28 23 (3 pers.), etc. ; also springs into (3) channel |/ 104'°. 3. let go, set free (sometimes c. *&£>*}) Ex4 23 5 2 ' 2 (allJE), 2S3 21 " 32, + ; = cease to abuse Ju 1 9"; +inf. purpose Gn 24 s6 (J), Ex 5' (E ; + 10 t. Ex), 1 S 5"; c. ace. of bird Gn 8 78 ( + intra) + ; 4. rnfrn <js-?y Lv i 4 7 , cf. v 53 (both P) ; = let loose, ace. of beast, Ex 2 2 4 (E), Lv 1 6 m (3 loc.) ; ace. of bridle Jb 30" (fig.) ; metaph. of strife Pr 6" •" 16 28 ; let loose waters, subj. Jb 1 2". 4. shoot forth branches, Je 1 7 s 1// 80 12 EZ31 3 (but v. 1. n^B* 2); cf. of locks (ff3») Ez 44 20 =Ze< grow long. 5. let down, ace. pers. Je 38 s (3 instr.), ace. rei v" (id. 4- ?N pers. et loc). 6. shoot (ace. of arrow om.), y '£*? rrffrf? 1 S 20 20 . 7. phrases : "*?n("n?) n ^ W3 fJu i 9 20 49 , cf. 2 K 8' 2 f 74 ; ; but also

Bte 'V t Am i 4 - 710 ' 2 2" Ho 8 14 Ez 39*; rare 

expressions are : Dy^T? DnW^l Jb 8 4 (God subj.); stretch out hand, 3 rei (for use) Pr 31 19 , 7 pers. (charity) v 20 ; njnWn CUT^in Jb 39 3 (of hinds, bearing); D^SH "JSrpy ^DnVnW Ecu 1 . — inbB' ^21 Jb3o' 2 is corrupt'; TheodEwDi rbp abp_; Me BuBe al. dittogr. from v" b . Pu. Ff. 3 ms. n^ Ju 5 15 Jb 18 9 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. n^ Pr 1 7 11 ; Pt. nWtp Is 1 6 2 4- ;— be sent off (started on journey) Gn 44 s (J); with com- mission, 3 pers. Ob 1 Pr 17 11 , 7^ pers. Dn 10"; be put away, divorced, of wife Is 50 1 (fig.); be impelled (1), ^H? (=at his heels?), c. 3 loc. Ju 5 ,s (vb. dub.j, cf. V^-13 nan.3 rvW Jb 18 s he is hurried into the net with his feet (?@Du 173! nnpw'); (wO Jj3 Is 16 2 a driven (scattered) nest (|p1" f liy),'cf.13'11?3 3JJM 't?t? HJJ 27' ; 'B*D ^y3 Pr 29'* a boy let loose (unrestrained). +Hiph. Pf. 1 s. '%$${ and I ('") will send famine, H¥? Am 8",' cf! Ez 14", wild beasts; 3 pers. Lv 26 s2 (H); Pt. nyfO, ace. of flies, 3 pers. Ex8 17 (J); Inf. cstr. nyfri^, ace. of foe, 3 gent. 2 K 15 37 . . rt7U? n. [m.] missile, weapon, sprout (late);— abs. 'e> Jo 2 9 4- , rfcj? Ne 4 11 Jb 33 19 , sf. inirt? Ne4 n ; pi. B*T$f> 2 Ch 23 10 , etc.; — !. missile, iveapon, Ne 4" and v 17 (where D^tsn corrupt ; read probably fa'D'a or iT3 ; v. Eyle Be-Ry Berthol), 2 Ch 23 10 (disting. from rwn, ??.?); coll. 32 s and 'B*3 -ZV Jb 33 19 36 12 (perish by or <rush upon [and perish]), Jo 2 9 (v. "iy3). 2. sprout, shoot (cf. pCWfty andA//8o 12 Jei7 s ), DVI9 ?]"$? Ct 4 13 (fig.; meaning] Perles AM, - 6S prop. y.V?f *)& thy two cheeks); 4-prob. EZ31 5 (rd. Y$fa Co Toy al., or *rbp3 [with v 6 ] Krae). fn. PHtt? n. pr. m. son of Arphachshad, 2aXa: 'e> Gn io 24b it' 3 "' 5 1 Ch i I9b ; rb'ff Gn io 24 »ii 12 iChi 19 " 24 . fin. n 1 ?© n.pr. in '^n n3i3 Ne3 15 =BV. "Hrol*j n.pr.m. father of Jehoshaphat's mother; — 1 K 22 42 =2 Ch 20 31 ; 2ef»«i, laaa, 2uXec, etc. t ON'PUJ n.pr. loc. in Negeb of Judah J0SI5 32 ; 2arj, SaXtii/i, 3LMni|i. ' ri7t*j n.pr. font, at SE. of Jerus. (connex. with above -/not certain (Ba NB66 ), jr 104 10 has Pi.);— 'W? "» Is 8 6 ; 2(()iX<» aM ; =111. n^; mod. Birket Silw&n ; v. Wilson""'- DB BlLoi " Cond GASm RS EnwB ' b -" : " 08AL,! "'»» 3nl8 Buhl 0139 ; on inscription found in adjacent tunnel v. Dr Sm xvt GACooke 15 ". TD^n^^tfJ n.[m. |pl. sending away, part- ing gift;— 1. %*$¥ nns Ex i8 2 (J) after she had been sent away. 2. a , n?B' 1 K 9 16 he gave (city) as parting gift (i.e. dowry) to his daughter ; cf. fig. □"nw Mil 14 thou shalt give a parting gift (=say farewell to, lose) MoreSeth of Gath. nrrbti 102 ° t [nrn'rtt'] n.f. shoot, branch (cf. i. Tl^f 3);— pl. T sf. HTin^ i s l6 3 ) of v ; ne f Sibmah (E. of Jordan). Tnptt'O n.[m.] 1. outstretching; 2. place of letting loose ; — 'e only cstr. : 1 . 'B T '13'i 5 ? 3 in every outstretching of one's hand, = every undertaking, Dt 1 2 718 15 1 " 23 s1 28 820 . 2. I9p nb> Dpnp5» Tte» Is 7» (/pi. 3 esp. Is 32'°). TrjOCJO n. [m.] 1. outstretching; 2. sending; — 'd only cstr.: 1. DT 'O Is 1 1 " Edom and Moab are the outstretching of their hand (that of which they take possession, cf. /Qal 3). 2. Wfi^ tTK ni3D nVp Est 9 19 " </«; sending of portions to each other. TnrOipp n.f. 1. discharge; 2. deputa- tion, sending ;— 1. abs.'nbs? '» PK Ec 8 s </«ts is no disc/iarge in war. 2. cstr. D'JH 'aSpp 'D yfr 78"a deputation (or sending) of angels of evil. II. n7t#(yof foil.; Ar. 'SI strip off hide, ii.iL. ^it'ece 0/ hide stripped off; Aram, ffy? ■f?tf take off garment ; Ar. 3«», Aram. KPipB*, UN*. 7n'<f«, perh. also Palm. Knta (pi.? Lzb ; Reckend 2 " ,,u ««)--"- C p. 1. T^V) ; hence rfcf, q.v. (also NH Ecclus), v. GFM PA0S I89 °- '" ! «">• iu '■ 7 ). l^hxp n.m. E * * a table (on form of word cf. GFM 1- ' - ; prop. (v. supr.) skin or leather mat spread on ground, v. also, on early Sem. ' table,' Thes 1417 We 8k "" n " - 157 ES *"■ '• 1S4 : Snd ed- m Kennedy

  • >„. B1 b. m.599.^ ; _ a bs/B» i S 20 34 + ; cstr. fnfitf 1 K

5 7 + ; Bf. ,, »p^Jui 7 +,etc.; pi. rrtJn?^ Is 2 8 8 + , cstr. ni:r6e> 1 Ch 28 1616 ;— 1. table for king's repast Ju i 7 (c. nrw), 1 S 20 s ' -34 2 S 9 11 (read iyj 'E> ® ThWeDr and mod.), v 13 i 9 M 1 K 2 7 5 1 18 19 io 5 =2 Ch 9 4 , cf.Is2l s (c. VQ (q.v.lo) arrange); c. ?$? 2 S 9 71011 Dn 1 i 27 ; for governor Ne5 17 (c. ??). 2. for private use 1 K 13 20 (c. i>K), Jb 36" V 23' ( fi g - . c - ^-V). cf - 78" (id.), 128*, also (in bedroom) 2 K 4 10 ; of revellers Is 28", cf. 1// 6 9 M (fig.), of wisdom (fig.) Pr 9 2 . 3. esp. Ez P for sacred uses : in tab. Ex 25 s3 + 17 1. 25-40, Nu 3 31 , D'JBn fn?e> Nu 4 7 (cf. 2 Ch 2 9 19 infr.); iTOn 'tfn Lv24 M (cf. 2 Chi 3" infr.); in Sol.'s temple 1 K 7* 2 Ch 29 18 , also (10 in no.) 4 81 ' 13", cf. 1 Ch 28 1816-16 ", also Ez 23 41 (c. VJ>); in Ezekiel's temple Ez 4o 39 - 39 + 6 t. Ez 40 (8 in no.), 40 42 (of stone, 4 in no.); like altar 41 22 , = altar of burnt-offering 44 16 ; in second temple, "• rbw Mai i 7 , "J 1 ^ *& v 12 ; for idolatrous meal Is 65"; fig. of s sacrif. feast Ez 3^ (eschatol.). t £0 /u vb. domineer, be master of (late) (NH id. ; As. saldtu, have power; Ar. kL overcome, prevail; Jo*l-< strong, hard, uIIlL- dominion, also rw/er, sultan; Eth. iPAfTl: Aram. B???, ^.iL*. (esp. der. spec), Nab. B^>B>, |»^)j— Qal P/. 3 ms. 't? Ec8 9 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. D^ Ec 2 19 , etc.; Inf. cstr. tibf Est 9 ';— domineer, lord it over, 75? pers., Ne 5 15 ; 3 pers. Ec8 9 (i? jn?); 3 rei 2 19 ; become master of, 3 pers. Est 9 1-1 . Hiph. 1. give power of: Pf. 3 ms. sf. pers. bbt6 ^cbfn) Ec 5 13 , so Impf. 3 ms. sf. UB^: 6 2 (both subj. God). 2. = Qal, get mastery of: juss. 3 fs. , ?"B?B i ri"?N IJM^f 119". ' WyttJ adj. having mastery, domineer- ing ; — 1. having mastery: DVQ 'V? D"1K pK Ec 8 8 ; elsewhere as subst. 'Wt the ruler id", so (c. r$rr?y) Gn 42 6 (prob. late substitution for original word of E) ; pi. as subst. D^Dw Ec7 19 (specif, of Alex.'s successors Perles Ana1 - 42 ). 2. domineering, imperious, fs. (Ko 11-1-501 ) riaiT HCTt rip?^ Ez 1 6 30 (Jerusalem personified). tjte^tf n.[m.] mastery (Lag BN199 );— Ec 8 4S (c. 3). II. U70 (-/of foil.; Zehnpf BAS,K5-No - 53 cites As. ialtu, a shield of leather). t [bS©] n.m. 2 s 8-7 shield(?);— pi. Wzbf 2 K 1 1 ,0 + , cstr. Vty 2 S 8 7 + ; sf. D^p^ Ez 27"; ■ — shields (so AV EV Thes ; al. quivers, or [v. esp. Barnes Exp0 ' Tl-43t-(c[,188) ] arms, equipment; Vrss vary ; As. $al(u (v. •/) seems to be a specif, article), 2S8 7 =iChi8 7 , 2 Kn 10 = 2 Ch 23 s (where + ni35D, but) Ct4 4 appos. of I?.p (q.v. sub pj), hung on walls, cf. E7-27 11 ; '#? w|)p J e 51' 1 i.e., perh., put arms through thongs, ready to use them (but v. Barnes ,-c- , and Gie, cf. K^D Qal 2). ntflVttJ v. &ht supra. ] 125 V ^- Hiph. ]12 throw, fling, cast (Ph. "]"){•> in cp. n.pr., meaning dub.; Ar. aJJLl is travel (or cause to travel) along a road, cause to enter); — Pf. 3 ms. T?? } '^ , Am 8 3 + ; 2 ms. sf. consec. W^ff{ Je 51 63 ; 2 fpl. consec. njn^BTn T^ttJ

y* Am 4 s , etc.; Impf Tf^fl Is 2 20 , ^f.1 Ju 9"+ , etc.; Imv. ras. *|?B>n Ex 7 9 + S5 23 , fs. «9^D Je 7 J », etc. ; /m/. a6*. ^B»n J e 2 2 19 36" ; cstr. ff^fn Ec 3 66 , etc.; P<. !|*#B Mi 2 5 *i47 17 , etc.;— 1. usu. human subj., throw, cast: a. ace. rei, with many prep.: e.g. ->£ loc. 2 K 23 12 EZ5 4 Zc 5 s - 8 + , also (ace. rei om.) Ex 1 5" ( J), Nu 1 9 s (P) + ; 3 loc, Ex 32 s4 (E), Ez 7" + ; rarely b loc.

Ch 30 14 and (ace. om.) 24 10 ; -'S loc. 2 K 23", 

n__ loc. Ex 4 3 - 3 , TOB' Ju 8 23 2 K 6 6 (ace. om.), etc.; esp. of casting dead bodies, ?K loc. Jos 8 s * (J), io 27 (J), + 3 t, 3 loc. Am 8 3 2K 9?* 13 21 , b nNbno Je 22 19 ; ace. rei + ^K pers. 1 K19" 2 S 20 s2 (ace. om.); ace. rei c. /J? pers. Na 3 s Ju 9 i3 2S ii 21 ( + ^»),etc; acc.rei + TOEx32 19 (E), cf.Dt 9 ,7 (by»); +bofanimalEx2 2 30 (E),Is2 20 ) etc. tb. c. ace. pers., /K of pit Gn 37 22 (E), Je 3 8 6 - 9 , 3 of pit Gn 37 20 (E), c. n loc. ▼" (E; pit), Ex i 22 (J), cf. Am 4 3 (si vera 1.) ; nnri loc. Gn 2 1 15 (E); ace. fig., c. ^3 ^.ns 1 K 14 9 (of apostasy), Ez 23 s5 , so s law Ne 9 s6 , words ( ,- ?.n*? pers. reflex.) ^ 50 17 . tc. </woh> away, ace." rei Ju 15" (ft*9), 2 K 7 15 Ez 20 78 + 2 3 (!» reflex.), Ec 3 5 (opp. = D33); ace. om. Je 7™ Jo 1' (of locusts); abs. Ec 3" (opp. 10B'); ace. of transgr. Ez 1 8 31 (fig. ; Pyo reflex.). td. cast off, shed, blossom (like flower) Jb 15 33 . e. cast down (late), subj. goat, ace. ram, Dn 8 7 PfUfc) little horn, ace. nCN v 12 (id.)} ace. pers. (lit.) 2 Ch 25 12 (J? loc), Jb 1 8 7 his (own) counsel felleth him; bo prob. Je 9 18 they have overthrown our dwellings (Du reads Hoph.). f. fig., ^55* cast ' ,- ?y thy lot. 2. '< subj.: a. cas<, ace. rei, + ?5? pers. Jos 1 o" (E), Jb 2 ^ (ace. rei om.) ; sandal upon Edom // 6o'°= 108 10 (sign of pos- session); ice (no prep.) 147 17 . b. ace. pers. +

loc. 2 K 2 16 (subj. "• nil), Ne 9" Jon 2* ( + acc. 

loc); + n ?1« Ez 28 17 (fig.); ?K loc. (of exile) Dt 29 s7 ; esp. of '»'s rejecting men, ace. pers. + V3B bye 2 K 13 23 24 20 , cf. 2 K I7 20 Je 7 161 ' 52 s , also ^51" ar >d (without JO) 71 9 ; casting sins (ace.) 113 *3q* Is 3 8 17 , 3 loc. Ml 7 19 . c. casi dovm, honour of Israel + ace. loc, ft? loc, La 2'; ace. pers. ^ 102" (opp. KBO). 3. phrases : b-ni 't?n t Jos 18 810 (R D ) cast lots b in behalf of; "proa ban 'b^d Mi 2 s (v. by* 3, 1. ban 2); 'vg nan litoa Is 1 9 s i.e. fishermen; 133D ie>23 ^J^J Ju 9 17 , v. 133 2 c ; «np r 'm lift Jb 29 17 owd' of his teeth I cast the prey. fHoph. Pf. 3 ms. ^nDn8"; 2 ms. naifn I814 19 , etc.; Impf

fs. vbfm Ez 1 6 s ; 3 mpl. vfah Is 34 s ; Pt. 

If'B'D 2 S 20 21 , etc.; — 1. be throvm, cast, ace of head, ?K pers. + iya of wall 2S20 21 ; carcass,

loc. 1 K i 3 »-*-» J e i 4 16 ; 3ftf£ 36 30 . 2. 6« 

cast forth, out, abs. of dead Is 34 s ; JO of grave 14"; n 1F n '3?"?? Ez 1 6 b (Jerus. personified as infant); fWi'^i Je 2 a* ( of exile )- 3. be cast down, J"3?? Ez i9 12 (Isr., fig. of vine); abs. of sanctuary Dn 8". 4. metaph., be cast, by of yfr 22 11 (i.e. on his protection). T7J7©n. [m.] bird of prey, prob. cormorant (as hurling itself from above; — cf. Thes 141 ' J Di Lv Tristr NHB252 McLean-Shipley E " CJ - "">• c< """ > - Bi »Tj._ Dtl4 i7 LvII i7(p) fi. 1*0 v© n.f. felling of tree ;— Is 6' 3 . fn. J~<3 vG? n.pr. of a temple-gate, W. side Ct gate of casting forth; yetcf.Kit); — 1 Ch 26 16 . fi. [771^] vb. draw out (Ar. jl draw, esp. sword from scabbard, J-Jl-. drawn sword, new-born child (cf. Fra 7 ", but also Schulth nm.WM.itt). TalllK bty, X vb'b? embryo or abortion); — Impf. 2 mpl. + Inf. abs. ^E'lTvB' '131 ftp rO Eu 2 16 ye slwll by all means draw out for her from the sheaves. VyytSi adj. indecl. (Ges iU8 °) barefoot (appar. stripped as to walking ; alw. c "pn); — Dhjn bbiB* nab'X Mi i 8 Qr / un'K jro 6ar«/oo< and naked (Kt ^W)j '^ *%$ TJ* Jb 12 17 , cf. v 19 . f II. //ti' vb. spoil, plunder (usu. identif. with I/b>; NH id. (Jastr, cf.Dalm); As. Mdiw, id.; Hom chr33 cp. Sab. ")?n plunder, connecting this with Ar. Uj a flock of sheep (or goats); then X 'vptJ' Jooty, and (rare) Syr. *^k» are loan-words); — Qal Pf 3ms. consec/Bh Ez 26' 2 ; 2 ms. nik? Hb 2 8 , etc.; /mp/ 3 mpl. sf. T^B" v 8 ; cstr. bbfb Isio 6 + ; Pt. pi. D'^B* Zc 2 12 j etc. ; — spoil, plunder (usu. || H3), c. ace cogn. bb T B> Is I0 6 Ez 29 19 38 1 " 1313 , ace. b*n wealth 26 12 ; ace pers., V>b)tof Je 5c. 10 Hb 2 8 Ez 39 10 , D»1"J D^3 Hb 2 s , cf. Zc 2 12 . HithpS'. P/ 3 pi. WfWft 3 .? n H 3K (N in 'flB'K is Aram., or scribal error : Ges» M "- c ' Mk ) ^ 76 s the stout of heart are spoiled ; Pt. ?.? i inB'0 Is 59 15 he that departs from evil is one despoiled. © n.m. 1830 - 16 prey, spoil, plunder, t T 75 r> booty ; — abs. 'k> Gn 49 17 + ; cstr. -vf J u 5 30 + , D 1 ?©

obv sf. $>? Zc 14 1 , D^W Is 33 4 , etc.;— tl. prey, of Benj. as wolf Gn 40/ 7 (poem in J ; c. P.?n). 2. booty, spoil of war, of all kinds (oft. || 13): incl. gaiTiients, gold and silver Jos 7 21 (J), ornaments Ju 8 24,2i , fabrics and women 5^*', flocks and herds 1 S 30 20 Je 4a 32 2 Ch 15", + persons Dt 20 1414 , garments, food and drink 2 Ch 28 15 , etc. (58 t; among these) tn?n ^ Dt 2 :5 2 S 1 2 s0 1 Ch 20 2 and ( + cattle in addi- tion) Dt 3 7 , Jos 8* II M (both R D ), cf. (also of city) Is 8 4 Dt 1 3 17 " Zc 1 4 1 and ( + cattle) Jos 8 2 (R D ), but incl. pers. and cattle Dt 20 14 , cf. v 14 ; fig. of entire nation Je 50 10 Ez 7'- 1 Zc 2 13 ; 'v in symbol, n.pr/131 sbv "WJ5 Is8 L3 ,v. supr. p.555 a ; 'v in nietaph. of future majesty of" "13^ I s 53 12 J 'vb lefcj &-i"W11 i.e. life shall be spared, Je 2 1 9 38 s 39 1S , cf. 45 5 . t3. private plunder Is io*(0&f DiJoiiK), Pr i 13 and (perh. in current saying) 16". +4. =gainVr 31".— 'E> *$*$ Ju s 3011 is clearly wrong ; meaning dub. (v. esp. GFM); plausible conj. are 'P ' l 1^?for my neck as spoil, Eeuss Br al., and bvp , "!K s .5f!> for the neck oftlie queen Ew Be Kit al. (but sip elsewh. late); Now del. b)p and reads VJKJxiJ. [D 7l£^] vb. be complete, sound (NH id. (Jastr), Ph. tbv Pi. complete, requite, esp. in n.pr., Lzb 376 GACooke 99 -' 1 " o8, '" ,  !,c -; Ar. ' LL r - be safe, secure, free from fault, 11. make over, resign to, IV. resign or submit oneself, esp. to God, whence ptcp. Muslim, and inf. Islam, prop, submission to God ; As. saldmu, be com- plete, unharmed, be paid; Aram. ^bp, «W be complete, safe, % peaceful; OAram. tbv reward, repay (Paj^in n.pr.); cf. Sab. D^D peace Horn chrIM , Ar. iL., also 1%L safely, security; As. sulmu, welfare ; Eth. rtA^™: Di 322 security, peace; Aram. KDPB', [ja^k, security, welfare, OAram. tbv Lzb 376 , esp. = submission, in n.pr. RS f «»- 79t ; Bondi 70 (after Brugsch), cp. iarma, greet, do Iwmage, as loan-word in Egypt.); — Qal Pf 3 pi. K>bv Is 60™; Impf. 3 ms. abm Jb 9 4 ; f. D^fri 1 K 7" + 2 t.; — 1. be complete, finished, ended: temple 1 K J* 1 = 2 Ch 5 1 ; walls of city Ne 6 U ; of time Is 60*. 2. be sound, uninjured, Jb 9*. Pi. 89 Pf. 3 ms. D^ Lv 5" 4- , 1 b. 'NOW) Je i6 ,8 +, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. abv> Ex 2 I M + ;' sf. njO^ Lv 24"+ , etc. ; /mi>. ms! &W Ec 5 3 ^5o 14 , etc.; Inf. abs. D.W Ex 2i M + ; cstr. id. Pr 22 s7 , etc.; Ft. D.Wtp Dt7 l0 + , etc.;— tl. complete, finish, temple 1 K 9". t2. make safe, c. ace. Jb 8 6 . 3. make whole or good, restore thing lost Jo 2 25 , or stolen Ex2i 37 (E); pay a debt 2 K 4 7 ^37 21 Pr 22 s7 Jb4i 3 ; make compensation, for injury Lv24 ,821 (P); for trespass in sacred things 5 16 (P). 4. make good, i.e. pay, vows, c. ace. "H? Dt 23 s2

S I5 7 + 9 t., + (c. b to God) ^50" 66' 3 i 16 14 ' 8 ; 

obj. om. 76' 2 ; abs. Is 19 21 ; c. ace. nVlIn c. s to God ^56 13 ; lrriBB 1 Dna H014 3 (v. p. 830 b ). 5. requite, recompense, reward, good 1 S 24 20 Ru 2 12 ; evil Is 65* Je 51 s6 ; c. b pers. Dt 7 10 + 4 t., +(c. ace. rei) Je 51 24 ; i>X pers. Jb 21 19 ; ace. rei Pr 20 22 Je 16"; b sV» tibp Is 59 1,,s (but v. 1. abp), 66 6 + (v. bci); t b by's 'v jb 34' 1 ; ^>y^n?'B'Jo4 4 ; PTi^Is65 6 ; PtT^tJe

2 18 ; tc. 7 pers. and 3 of deeds, 'W reward accord- 

ing to one's works 2 S 3 s9 4- 3 t. ; ace. pers. ^ 3 1 24 ; acc.reitmiD nnn njn / E'Gn44 4 (J)^35 12 38 21 (read ^P?). Pu. Impf. 3 ms. CQp) f 65 s Jei8*>; tip) Pr 11 31 13";— 1. be performed, of vow yjr 65 s . 2. be repaid, requited, Je 18 20 Prn 31 13 13 . Hiph. 1. complete, perform: Impf. 3 ms. obf: Jb 23" Is 44 s6 , D$! v 28 . 2. maA:« aw «id of, 2 ms. sf. 'JO'pEJ'Pl Is 38' 213 (© Du Marti deliver up to pains, as in Aram.). .111. completeness, sound- r m 1 ness, welfare, peace (Lag BN ' 74 ); — 'B*Gn29 6 + ; t&V (rare) Esi3>«+; cstr. tity Gn 37 14 + ; sf. ^Sbf V 4 1 ,0 + , etc.; pi. (all dub.) TF$t? Je 1 3" ty 69 s ; sf.1W 55 s1 ;— tl. completeness in no., D'DiijB" rtan J e 13 19 Judah is wholly carried captive (but read nobp flvj!, cf. Am i 6 ; so ® We Am SS Buhl). t2. safely, soundness, in body, XWjjt 0bp pK ^38 4 ; tib$ IS38 17 ; jjffi D*£f> (Ges* 14,c ) Jb 5 24 is safe, secure. 3. welfare, health, prosperity : i'Ps 'SO ?#p ask one about welfare Gn 43 s7 (J), Ex 18 7 (E), Ju i8 15 + 7 t., cf. 2 S ii 77 - 7 ; pregn. tfibvh TV 2 K 1 o' 3 descend (to ask) about welfare of, cf. 1 S 1 7 13 Je 3 8 4 ; 'vb i?n Ex 4 18 (E) + 5t.; 'vb nby Gn 44 l; (J). 1 S 25"; 'e6 13T Gn 37 4 (JE); 'b obp be well toith Gn 2 9 6 43 232S (J), Ju6 a 19 20 iS 20 7 - 2, -|-io t., 2K4 S "; 3 DiWf i22 7s OToy t< 6e to«W in; abs. as obj. of "TOX tcetf, 6e w«M, 'B> Gn 29 s (J), 2Si8 3 2K 9 »>?"» >»•« J e (§■«♦+ 10 t.; Da-aN Dii'B'n (Ges» 141c ) Gn 4 3 27 (J); tK(i)3 1 S 16 4 (v. Dr), 1 K 2 13 ; 'V ]"« Je 6" + 3 t.; iD'yvhb 'V I'M Is 48 s2 57 2 '; but HXT D^tf

D 1 ?© t3'VBn'tyf73 3 ; i'vyy^" 72'; 'e'E^E*^ 8 ; Vchn(H3») Dt23 7 Ezr 9 la ; $ IS-Di' 'B>Pr3 2 ; 'E>3 Jb 1 5 21 in time of prosperity. 4. peace, quiet, tranquillity, contentment, Is 32" (|| OpE'n n031) ; 'E>3 33^40 (to sleep); depart life '^3 in tranquillity Gn 1 5 15 (R JE ), I K 2" + 3 1., K^ Is 57*; 'B» E*n!> nnnK ^37^; '^3 K3 Exi.8 23 (E) come in contentment; 'w px Je 1 z' 'B> H1J (|| DT103D) Is 32' 8 , cf. Je 25 37 ; Inst? 'E* Jb 2 1 9 '; «jgto£ D'D'^E'i'l ,/, 69 03 security, (let it) income a imp (but ©AqSymTheodJer 'oj« D'Ol^i", Du (cf. £) D'D^E*! peace-offerings, and jnb^ v"). t5. peace, friendship : a. human relations: TOB* E'lJN Je 20 10 man of my friendship, cf. 38 22 Ob 7 ^41'°; P 3 'B* n W Zc6"; 'B> 'xy* Pr 12 s0 ; (ns, D?) 't? 13T f 2 8 3 35 20 Je q 7 '; 'E* B'pa ^ 34 15 ; 'B> yr Is 59 s ; 'E* ^ v 8 ; fW 'BO Gn 2 6 M (J); 'BO "frl v 31 (J), "i S 2 9 7 + 4 t. ; 'b>3 ait? 2 S 1 5 s7 ; || np*lV in Mess, reign ^72 3 . b. peace with God,esp.in covt. relation : Is 54'° JV"i3 covt. of my peace, cf. Nu 25 12 (P), Ez 34 25 37 M , also Mai 2 5 ; 'B* as name of altar Ju6"'; *• subj. j> 'E> DE> Nu6 26 (P); 'E>3 ipa ^ 29"; 'b> )>an 35 c7 ; |» 'e> nb-y j e 33'; 't? ^ck nND Jei6 5 (|hDn); ^? 'B> "Wl V85 9 ; '0 |7U Hg2°; '£> DUETTO Je 29"; man subj. ^ 'E* HB'y Is 27 s3 ; '«b "|i>n Mai 2 s . In this sense || p^S

  • 8 5". II n i?*]V Is 54 13 6o 17 , || ito g5 » i, z 4 i« 

a river 4 8 ls 66 12 ; ^"ity-by. 'B* ^ 125 5 128 6 , 'B> ^jn-jin UnX; 3"1 119*; 'B> IDIO I s 53 s chastise- ment for our peace (but SS Buhl WD?B'). 6. peace from war : (?) 'b* HE'y ma&e peace (with) J0S9 15 Jb25 2 ; pM'B* jro Lv26 6 (H);+p3 / B ! pal Ju 4 17 iS7 ,4 iK5 26 ; t'B^) JDp Dt 2 o 10 Ju 21" Mi 3 5 ; fjfc 3iB> Jos io 21 (E), Ju 8 9 1 1 31 ; 'BO N3 2 S i 9 2531 + 7 t; tj * Wl 1 K 5 4 + 3 t., cf. 2 S 17 3 (v. Dr); Q ^3 Ez 7 25 ; V ^3X70 Is 33 7 ; cpjn 'e> jna 1 Ch 22 9 ; 'e» n^xto Ct

10 ; tnCN(l) 'B> Is 39 s =2 K 20 I9 +3 t., cf. 

Zc8 19 ; 'E> n5?Ec3 8 ; 'E^ iK 2 b in time of peace ; 'V ~i& Is 9 5 (Mess, title), cf. 'E> nj Mi 5 4 . 7. as adj. VDPB* ty 5g 21 those at peace with him (rd. Vqbf Bae Buhl Du, or V$tf SS; © appar. VD&E>). D72J n. rm.1 sacrifice for alliance or V * 87 L J friendship, ' peace-offering ' (expl. disputed : orig. sacrif. for alliance Di"; al. peace-offering (mark of peace with God), © Sm - KPr «pi)i>iKi}, De sta 0L4% We H<id.n (fellowship between God and worshippers); welfare-offering, ©elsewhere <ra>- TT)i>mv, Ke; tliank-qffering (as due rendered for benefit, or in paying vow, cf. /Pi. 4, and Pr7 14 ) Ges Ew Kn ; sacred meal its special feature : v. J££<8em.l. HI; 2n<led. 237. JT 0W Arch. II. 211 f. Qpj^Encr. Bib. !lc "" cM "; As. Mmu= fa^B/ is cited by JJerem Eo<:iBlb - Brrou -» ");— cstr. 'B* Am5 H ; elsewh.pl. D^B ! Ex24 5 + 6 9 t.; cstr.-O^Lvio 14 ; sf.TWf Ex20 24 , etc.; pi. is abstr. intens. Lv 7 13 Nu 6 17 (P) + ; pl.ofno. Ex24 5 (JE), 1 S 1 i l5 + ; usu.hard to decide; 'v (in app.) defines D^ai I'x 24 s (JE), and so n3T of covt. of Horeb is'K^as also sacrifice for Saul 1 S it* 1 foil. phr. shew 'b* essentially = DTIST in like phr. (v. fU?); 'B 5 coming to mean '| in all ritual; over against niPiy Ex20 21 32 6 (JE), Lv 6 5 (P), Dt 2 7 7 Jos 8 3 ' (D), Ju 20 26 2 1 4 1 S 1 3" 2 S 6 17,s 24* 1 K 3 15 9 25 1 Ch i6'" 2 1 20 2 Ch 31 2 EZ43 27 45 46 21J ; so in longer lists Lv 9 422 Nu 6 14 29 s9 (P), 1 K 8 HM 16 13 2 Ch 7 7 29 s3 Ez 45 1517 46 12 ; and when 'b* alone Lv 7 1433 ; in P 'B* defines ' in cstr. sg. or pi.: Ex 29 2s Lv 3' + 34t.P,Lvi7 5 i9 5 22 21 2 3 19 (H), soiSio^KS 63 2Ch 3 o 22 33 l6 Pr7 14 ; V» of Hand Pincl. HTin, ■vtt, ran Lv 7 12 -' 6 , and so 'b* min nar v"- 15 ; 'E* disting. from (larger) 'r in lists 'vj, n^iy Jos 2 2 27 (P) ; TU, 'T, rby Nu 1 g 8 (P) 5 ty disting. from ninj Ez 46 12 (where may = either of other two); from Dmo, ni313 Nu 29 s9 (P) (and must then ref. to mini); from T1J Nu 1 5 s (P); appar. then not disting. from nilin, ITlin 2 Ch 33 16 being probably specification. t [□ vIT] vb. denom. be in covenant of peace ; — Qal Imv. D7B' Jb 22 21 be at peace (in covt.) ; Pt. sf. "oJ'iB' f 7 5 i.e. my ally, friend (cf. 41'°); Pt. pass. cstr. "t^E* 2 S 2o' 9 , read KM © Ew g in.264 Dr ( c f.We) HPS and mod. Pu. Pt. DpE't? Is 4 2 19 one in covt. of peace (with '< ; but © D^fD <Aet> rw?er, so Che 1 ""; Ges Hi Ew al. one resigned (to God), read then EJE'D, cf. V , Ar. iv. ; Kroch Gra Marti "n^ETp). Hiph. Pf 3fs.nD^Vn Josio 4 n' 9 ; smpl.lO^Vnio 1 ; Impf. Vtyfi, Is44 26 +, D^E*: Pn6 7 ; 0.^1 1 K 2 2 4S , etc.; — 1. make peace with, J1K, Josio 14 2 Sio 19 = iChi 9 ,9 (Qy); DyDt20 12 iK22 45 ;c.i'Spregn. Jos II 19 submitting unto. 2. cause to be at peace, N$, Pr 16 7 . Hoph. Pf. 3 fs. noWn Jb 5 211 live in peace with, p (|| fl'IS). fi. D7tt) adj. complete, safe, at peace; — 'B* Gn 1 5 16 + ; pi. Q , O^B i Gn 34 21 Na 1 »; f. nD^E* Dt 25 13 + ; pi. nteSE* 27 6 Jos 8 31 ;— 1. complete: D^tf a. full, perfect : riobf J3K full weight Dt 25 13 , t?nB , «v li Prii 1 ; of jiyGni5 16 (JE); number of captives Am I**; of army Na i 12 (text corrupt; © DTi b&O, but ? ; v. Comm.) ; of reward Ru 2 12 ; of stones, whole (in natural condition, unheum) Dt 27" Jos 8 31 (cf. law Ex 20 25 ). b. finished : stones for temple 1 K 6 7 ; temple 2 Ch 8 16 . 2. safe, unharmed, of pers. Gn33 ,s (P; Sam. DW, cf. abvfa 28"; not n.pr.loc. as Vrss). 3. in covt. of peace, friendship, c. DN Gn34 21 (P); '> oy D.;>C> 33? « »n*nrf at 'peace with keeping covt. relation, hence complete, perfect, 1 K 8 61 11 4 15 s "; c3K 2 Ch 16',^ om. 2 K 20 3 = Is 3 8 3 (3.'?),

Ch I2 M 2Ch 15" 19 9 25'; 3^ 1 Ch 28 9 2 9 9 . 

fii. D^CJ n.pr.loc. abbrev. fr. dJ^HJ (q.v.), and perh. (Gunk Dr) intended as archaism Gn 14", cf. (poet.) *76 3 (|| |^f); v. Jos A " til0 ' ! ; @ aXi)jt and (>//■) (lpl]vrj. fi. Qv© n. [m.] recompense (abstr. Ba »»«),-_ Dt 32 35 ( read w ith @® 't? «7; 1| 0$); so read also (for D.??*) Is 59 1918 Du (otherwise Che" 1 " Di-Kit Marti)! tn. D ?ttJ n.pr.m. in Naphtali Gn 46" Nu "; SwXXij/i, 2cXXi;(p). "hr&CJ adj. gent, as n. coll. 'tfn Nu 26 49 . T[lQ7>C?] n.[m.] reward, bribe; — pi. fi , 3bi>e>isi KI (|pn'e'). tffl v>tf Mi7 s , DVo?Ho9 ; ,n.[m.]requital;— pi. DIM?!? Is 34 s ; — 1. requital, retribution, 'vn nj; H09 7 (|| rrnps); '0 nje> Is 34 s (|| 053). . reward, bribe M17 3 'EG DDK*. t [rTQvC?] n.f. requital, retribution ; — cstr. TwV ff 9 1 8 . t Qlk>Xl5 (less oft. D^ttf) n.pr.m. 2*X(X)ot^, 2xiX(X)ow/i, 2«XXi)/i, etc.; — 1. king of N. Israel

K i5 1013141i . 2. son of Josiah, and king 

of Judah Je 22 11 1 Ch 3'^tnKirV 1, v. p. 219. . husband of Huldah 2 K 22"= 2 Ch 3 4 M , B @L 2«XXij/i, A -Xovp. 4. uncle of Jeremiah Je 32'. 5. in Simeon 1 Ch 4 s5 . 6. in Jerahmeel 2 4041 . 7. in Ephr. 2 Ch 28'*. 8. in Napht. 1 Ch 7". 9. father of a threshold- keeper Je35 4 . 10. wall-builder Ne 3 12 . 11. priests 1 Ch 5 s8 - 39 Ezr 7 2 (ancestor of Ezra, perh. = D^ST? 7 a). 12. Levites : a. 1 Ch o"-» perh. =>••», and Ezr 2 42 1| Ne 7* (=r*$9f 2, dVk/O 8 c, (l)nn^BH?). b. Ezr 1 o 24 . 13. v 42 .

nra'jtf 

tp'Wj n.pr.m. wall-builder Ne3 ,i =D^E' ace. to Thes. t □t'QJD n.pr.m. Mea-ovkafi, Moo-oXXa/x, etc.: 1. grandfather of Shaphan 2K22 1 . 2. son of Zerub. 1 Ch 3 19 . 3. in Benj.: a. 8 17 , perh. =b. 9'. c. v 8 . d. Ne 1 1'. 4. in Gad 1 Ch 5 13 . 5. wall-builders: a. Ne3 4 ' 30 . b. 3 s . 6. a chief icr 1 . 7. priests (distinctions in part obscure): a. iCh 9 11 Nei 1" i2 13 (perh.= Dl^ll). b. iCh 9 12 . c. Neio 8 . d.Nei2«. e. v 33 . 8. Levites : a. 2 Ch 34 12 . b. Ezr 8 16 io 15 Ne8 H . c. i2 5i (=a^B'12a). O.Ezrio 29 . THiO v>l!JQ n.pr.m. Moo-oXai«o0, etc.: 1. in Ephr. 2 Ch 28 12 . 2. priest Ne 1 1 ,3 =rrt?WD I Ch 9 12 (Mao-fXiitutf, etc.). t( ; l)rV07t*Jp n.pr.m. Mto-oXXaiua, etc.: Levite WJ- 1 Ch 9 21 , WJ- (®L 2<X<par) 26 1 - 2 - 9 (=^Tp^ 2, fflW 12 a). JfO^lto v. nioWp. tn^pyUJp n.pr.f. mother of king Amon 2K21', MftroXXafi, A Maaa-aXa/j-tid. nbbtlj n.pr.m. Solomon (2aXa>iiwi<, rarely 2aXo/xoi]/, ®L mostly 2oXoiia>v; cf. Lag B!iD3 - 96 ); — king of Israel, son of David and Bathsheba 2 S 12 24 1 K i" + [name 2 t. S; 162 t.K; 109 t. Ch; 7 t. Ezr Ne]; born in Jerus. 2 S 5 14 1 Ch 3° 1 4 4 ; designated by D. as successor, anointed and proclaimed before D.'s death 1 K 1 30 - 33 - 34 - 39 + ■ king after D.'s death 1 K 2 1 " 7 1 Ch 29 s8 2 Ch i 1 + [phr. 'E> H^tJ 1 K i 34 -)- 36 1. K, 1 1 1. Ch, Je 52 20 Ct 3 911 ; "On tf 1 K 2" 12 3 1 Ch 2 9 24 2 Ch io 2 ; nyn) 1^9 1?iKi2 a 2 Ch 11 3 , 'fc* 'D 2 K 23" 24 13 2 Ch 30 26 35 3 Ne 13 26 ] ; builder of temple

K s 22 6 12 1 Ch 5 26 + oft. ; wise 1 K 3 10 5 9 - 

io 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 2 Ch i 711 + ; author of proverbs (and songs) ace. to Proverbs '£* 'Tfty I 1 io 1 25 1 (cf.

K 5""), v. also **$ V 72 1 127' (titles), Ct 1 1 

(title) ; of written provision for priests, etc.

Ch 35 4 , cf. 8" Ne 12 45 ; elsewh. (outside of K 

Ch) name occurs +Je 52 20 Ct i 5 (Wkl A1,or - F<>rKh - 1119,1 prop. Salmaites, Nab. abw Lzb 376 , cf. Levy TW I1.489 J agtr 15sr^ 3 ;.9.11 glUI ftnd m phr H 3 JJ 1J 3 't? Ezr 2 5538 =Ne f'- m , Ne 1 1 3 . t rtitthti, 1. rraStt? {'b? Ezr8 10 ) n.pr.m. 1. Levites :' a. ni»- 1 Ch 24 M!S 2 6 28 ; Ttlf. v 18 23 18 ; niO- 26 s3 Kt, ni?- Qr, SoXb^, ®L aa>iu0. b. mO- I Ch 23 9 Kt, fl'l?- Qr, AXo>0«/x, ivrhti

tt bti SaX<u/i(()id. 2. JVO- son (appar.) of Rehob. 2 Ch 1 I 20 , E/i^ufl, A 2aX W w0, ©L 2aXoy.i0. 3. JVC- head of post-ex. family Ezr 8 ' °, 2aX«/iou<?, etc . fn. rPCDtt) n.pr.f. 2aX(<o)iu0, etc.: 1. in Israel LV24". 2. daughter of Zerub. 1 Ch.3 19 . "PCDtiJ n.pr.m. in Asher, Nu 34 s7 ; 2fXf/i(f)i. iTTpTlBJ v. p. 1002. t^N^tt) n.pr.m. in Simeon Nui'j"

».4i I0 19. 2a  al ur). 

T(l)rV>p7>tti n.pr.m. 1. Jeremiah's time; <X*,uou (genit.) : a. VV- J e 36 14 . b. If"? v 26 . c. nv 37 s , WJ. 38 1 . d. n;. 3 f 2. Levite, W}. 1 Ch 26 14 , ™ 2aXa M «a, etc., = DlW 12 a, q. v. 3. post-ex. names : a. iT- Ne 3 30 , TfX^ia(E), ©L 2cX'. b. RJ- Ne 13 13 , priest, 2fXffjia(t) ( = c or d?). c. RJ- Ezrio 39 , 2(X</iia. d. WJ- v 41 , © t'd. t IttbttJ (van d. H. fP-) n.pr.m. vel loc. (cf. Palm. n.pr. pbw GACooke 299 ; Ph. n.pr. div. obv Lzb 377 GACooke 41 ; As. Salamanu, of Moabit. prince COT Ho "»• "; n.pr. div. Sulmanu, v.foll.); — i»K3"!« JT3 'B> IPS Ho 10", SaXa^av (cf. also Field H « i -"- 957 ) ;— dub.'.WeNow think= foil, (and cl. ins. after Hosea's time), cf. also Marti ; others cp. Moabitish prince, v. supra ; Spiegelberg 1All " <1898) - 120 '- suggests n.pr.loc, cp. jja-ra-ma-na in Egypt. t^DN3D7© n.pr.m. king of Assyria (prop. V1DN-, = As. Sulman-aSaridu, '(God) Sulman is chief,' Schr ZKll<1886) - ,97ff -Muss-Arnolt JBI '« ,<,8M) - 79 );— 2 K I f- 1 8 9 ; 2aX(a),«ii«i<r(o>p, 33 Salma- nasar. This was 'e> IV, B.C. 727-722, Say B " DB *•'• Johns *«»• »'»•■■'•. "cbcj v. n. rby. vfcjj v. sub &0. t *1 /tf vb. draw out, off (NH id., loosen, draw (nail, sword ; Jastr) ; As. saldjm, pluck out, draw sword; Aram.lpB' draw sword, draw qff shoe, *&X*. draw sword, in Lexx. remove corselet ; Ar. i_ll,.' is pass, pass away, CX^ strip, plunder, etc.) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 't? Ju 3 22 + ; Imp/. 3 ms. vPty Ru 4 s , etc. ; Imv. ms. t pK' Ju 9 54 + ; Pt.acl. *& 8 10 -f-,etc.; pass. f. RfW Nu 2 2 s3 + ; — 1. draw out sword from (IP) wound Ju 3 M , cf. Jb 20 25 ; usu. sword from sheath Ju 8 ! *9 i ' 1 S 3i 4 =i Ch io 4 , +!T)Vnp * S 17"; ,T3 na^B' 13-1PI1 Nu 2 2 23 - 31 Jos 5 1 ' 3 (all J), 1 Ch "; elsewhere 'n ^ ^K coll. Ju 8 10 20 S1617 «  2 S 24" 2 K 3 s6 1 Ch 2 1 3 - 5 , cf. Ju 20 s6 and ('n »bV) v 25 . 2. drou> ojf sandal Ru 4 7 s (cf. I. f^n 1 ; also RS K ^ Dr Dt 2S - 9 Bewer SK lMTl (,903 >' 332 ). 3 . shoot up (]), i.e. draw out blade, of grass on roof ^ 1 29" (cf. Ew Bae al.) ; Che Dr is unsheathed (vb. c. subj. indef.=pass.), with same meaning; Hup-Now prop. D?B> (with || in Syr.) ; v. Orten- bel . g T.. l kntikd.r..(iMi).3ot]^riB' > We Hp, Du l^n (as go 56 , v. 'n 2). t[f)7CJ] n.pr.m. son of Joktan ;— *£t? Gn io 26 =i'ciii 20 ; 2aX«£; identif-byCs 2 " " 1 * 1 ""' 153f - with S. Ar. tribe >_«£,, cf. Mordtm z » G '" u (.to. 228 Glaser "™"-' 05 Hom chr7 », and v. Di Dr. L//u (v of following; meaning unknown ; conj. in Dietr Wort,or * ch - 229 "-; cf. Lag BN173 ). Xlibt, ttffctf, n»V» n.m. et f. a three, T ' T ' T : 430 triad (NH id.; vbv SI 2 ; ]vbv 30 MI 2 ; Ph. B^B>; As. salastu, Maltu; Sab. fbv Horn 01 " 47 - 124 , but also f&fi, etc., Id. 47 ' A - nA -"- 175 Sab Denkm No - 31 - 8 ; Ar. £55, W& Eth. D»M: vMWl Aram. «r6n, )££1. ; Nab. r6n Lzb 877 ; Palm. rbr (in HKO n!>n) Reckend 2 " 01 '"* 1888 '- 408 ; v. also Kb"- 1 - 206 );— m. Vibw (En- rare, chiefly late), c. n.f. Am 4 s +90 t., also cstr. v?f Gn i8 6 + 65 1. (but 38 s4 read perh. Tgbf Sam., cf. Di al.),-e$f Ex2i"; f. nOT^nc/i-rare, chiefly late), c. n.m. Gn6 10 + 149 t., also cstr. TWpp Am4 4 +92 t. (3+10=13 are additional; on rare exceptions to rule of gender cf. Ges' 9 ' ), sf. ttnfbf Nu 12 4 , VMffyp v 4 Ez 40 10 41 16 ;— three (Hex chiefly P): 1. no other num.: a. bef. n.pl., &f$i t., e.g.nios'B'Ex27 1 -i- ) neKa'E'+iK 7 27 , nvbf 90 1., e.g. Gn i8 2 + (so always ^f, tipf 1 rd. npbfr? Gn 38 s4 Sam Di ;='&?, from -fO); after n.'(late : on 1 S i 24 v. pBty) 1 Ch 25 s + 17 t.; n. om. 1 S 17 14 2 S 24 ,2 =42 t. b. = ordin. D'DJ 'K*!? Ex 19 5 on third day; 'V DlM OTPpJlStJ*,'*?! B*C 3o l3 ,both=<Areerfay*ayo; esp.'b 't? D3f3 1 K is 28 -)- 7 t. (Ges* 1340 ). 2. 1 3, c. n.f. : nif n-Ve-y vbf Gn 1 7 s5 1 K 7 1 + (as ordin.) Gn 14 4 {f^bf), Je i 2 25 s ; before Dny Jos 21' 9 ; after, i9 16 +3 t., before T? Jos 21 33 1 Ch 6 45 , niQK Ez 40" ; c. n.m. ~to% rfbf before >m ]B NU29 14 ; after, v 13 ; ordin. before Di' Est3 12 9 '; after, v 17 ; Di' om. 3 13 8 12 9 18 ; bnSi om. 1 Ch 24" 25 20 26". 3. 300=^ niNO Gn 5^+59 t. (1 Ch 1 1" perh. intentional change [HPS 8m J from Tpf || 2 S 2 3 8 , which

u tibv 

fifojJ certainlyorig..VrssThWeDr and mod.); 3000 =D»e^K mbf Ex 32 M + 28 t. 4. c. tens, '{? foil. Nu i^+ii t., precedes Lvi2 4 +i7 t., + (as ordin.) 3 + 20 Je 5 2 s0 4- 3 t.; 20 + 3 2 K l2 7 +2 t. 5. as round, or conventional, no.;

(or) 3, Am 4 8 Dt 17 6 Jos 7 s 2 K 9 31 Is 17 6 ; 
(and) 4, Pr 3o lil8 - 2129 ; three days' journey 

Ex 3 18 5 3 8 a , etc. ti. rU7?U7l Pi. denom. do a third time, divide into three parts, etc. ; — Pf 2 ms. VjfW Dt 1 9 3 divide land into three farts (so Imp/. oyn-m e^e»i [f or 1IT n^i] 2 S 18 2 ©L Bu) ;

S 20 n stay three days (cf. Dr); v 20 WeDral.(cf. 

®) read '3 vv* (for 'n rfbf)= I will shoot on the third day with the arrows (HPS qu.) ; Imp/. 3 mpl. rajW£ 1 K 1 8", and Imv. mpl. Xskti V s * do a third time. Pn. P«. BW O </tree years ota Gn 1 5" 4- 1 Si 24 (read with © ThWe etc. pWp nsa for rfbf D"!?a), f. riB^B/p Gni5 99 ; B^BTpn BOTH Ec4 12 <Ae threefold cord; fpl. n*lB*?B'E> Ez 42" three-storied chambers. , ttT ,l ?ttJ m. ITttr^ip f - ad J- num - ord -ios third;-'?"^ tf» Gn i 13 + 3 1 t.,etc.(64t., rarely 'BOB*); pi. D'BOB* (third 50, set of messengers, etc.)iSi9 2 '2Ki 13 + 4t.;n'B^nn3t5 , 3iKi8 1 + 4 1., etc. ( 3 3 1. ; someti mes T*whf, rV>bf,etc.) ; = third part, a third 2 S 1 8~ 2! + 1 3 t., + (cstr.) Nu i5 6 +4 t., +TWbf (Ges"") Ez 5 12 «AiVd part of thee; = third time 1 S 3 s ; also rPB^B* Is i9 !4 third (on par with other two) ; D'B^'a Ez 42 s in the thirds, i.e. third story; — 'B* n?3J? ' Je 48 s4 , v. 'y p. 72a.— nnffc$ Ez 21 18 is corrupt and doubtful ; Krae prop. HB'pBh the sword shall be doubled and trebled; other conj. in Co Toy. 1 8 20 5 del. 'B>n © We Dr al., so v 12 . 2 S 23 18 read DB^^n @ We Dr al. tDtt£>» and (less oft.) D^bt adv. = three days ago. specif, day before yesterday (Kb"- 1 -"" Lag B!i2 » A " n '- Ba J,B * 2,6b ); — in phr. 'B* ?tori EX5 8 yesterday (and) day before, idiomat. for hitherto, so Ru 2", 'B 1 9<CW 1 B 4 7 ; 'B> 'H3 Gn 3 i"(E),Ex 5 ' 14 (J),2Ki3 i ,cf.iSi4 21 i9 7 ; 'e-D3 / n-D3Ex4 ,0 (J),2S 3 "iChii 2 ,cf.2S5 2 ; '5? 'DO from aforetime, previously Ex 2 i 2936 (E), Dt 4 " i9 4 - 6 Jos 4 18 (J), 3 4 20 5 (both R), cf. 1 S 10"; 'V 'n? 1 S 2 i« as formerly (but Bu 'B* 'n»=/or some days). — 'e* Pr2 2 M Kt is difficult; Qr D , B i ?B'(v. in. B"?B>) is imposs.; supply perhaps TfOn have I not written to thee heretofore, etc.? aN ptf (very seldom Db6b>, D'B^B*) m n . indecl. thirty;— 1. bef. n.sg.: H12K Gn6 15 + 3 t, +,c.nesaEx26 8 +3t.; n3B? 2 S5 4 +i2t. (age of paternity, of Levitical or royal duty, etc.), B*N J u i 4 ' 8 + 3 t., etc.; bef. n.pl. D'J| Ju io 4 12 9 , D'BOK Je38'°(read here prob. nfif Ew Hi Gf al.), less common words Ez 40" Ezr i 910 , etc.; after n.pl. Gn 32 16 , Wpff 'B> Ez 41 6 ; «1^K 'B* 1 Ch 2 3 3 + , D»^ 'B* Ezr «*• Ne 7"; 'B> foil, units Gn n 12 + 14 t., precedes 1 K 2 2 42 4- 29 t.; V foil. 100 (1000, etc.) Gn 5 5 + 15 t., precedes 5 3 + 21 t. 2. as ordin. 'E> ri3B»(a)

H3B> Tm x K 16 23 , cf. v w 4-4 t.; n3B> om. Ne 

5 ,4 + 4t.; njf.om. 2 K 25 2? =Je 52 31 ; fl3B> 'tfa alone Ez i 1 .— 1 S 13 5 read fifty ®L We Dr al.; 2 S 23" read nety Qr Vrss Th and mod.; 1 Ch n' 1 read Mfafo, ntS^n @L Kit Benz al. (so||2S23 8 for"B i ^n). fl. ttf(' , )7tt> n.[m.] third (part, i.e. of ephah? dub.), name of a measure; — for dust Is 40", tears ty 80 6 (in fig.), adv. ace. measure-wise. tn.[BWaf] n.[m.] pi. t&fa a (three- stringed . three-barred 1 three-cornered 1) mus. instr., perhaps a sistrum (so 33), or ' triangle ' (RVm: cf. Prince EB '"- 3228 ) ) 1 S 1 8 6 ( + DOT). fin. ttT^ttJ a.m. adjutant or officer (best explained as third man (in chariot), v. esp. Hpt BASI„.586f. Bender ZAW«IHO«»).H WMJ [ A., u. Eur.

; v. also Kau M - N - DPV - 19M1 °; doubted by Di 

11 147 Baen ,b - Buhl 14 ); — abs. 'w of king's personal attendant at court 2 K 7 2 - 1719 , sf., mili- tary officer of king, !*$£ 2 K 9 25 , iB»l>B/ 15 25 (on abnormal — v. Ges 493 " Ko"- L ,33 ' 4 ' 49 - 495 ); pi. DT^B/ Ez 23 ,5 + (sts. C>b6b>', etc.) v 23 Ex 14' 2Kio 25 - s , + (Qr)2S2 3 8 (>Kt^B'), iChu 11 1 2 ,9 (v ' 8 van d. H. ; Kt in both, BP&hv), read in all three nB'^n (V&) chief of the three ©L We Dr Bu Now. — El , B i bB i Pr 22 20 Qr v. DB^tf. fn. [t!)7ttj] adj. pertaining to the third; — only m.pl. as subst. D , B i ;B i those of third genera- tion (grandsons) ; 'V 'ja Gn 5o 23 (E) sons of those of third generation, i.e. great-grandsons (v. Ko^ 1899 ' 633 "); EffldTrft) 'B*"^ D"33-^y Ex 20 6 (Ej v.[5?a-i]) = Dt5 9 ,Nui4 19 , cf.Ex 3 4 7 (bothJ). tt*J7C? (van d. H. BOB*) n.pr.m. in Asher, I Ch 7 s5 , Zf/xr,, A 2fXr]s, ©L 2fX«|U. rvahti l027 tn© 1 ^ n.pr.loc. doubtful;— 'B^TS 1S9 4 , B ®L 2txa, A 2a«Taa 1 cf. Tyhv 5>$H 2 K4 42 . TnUJ?© tt-P^.m. in Asher, 1 Ch 7 37 ,2aX«ir<i, @L 2fffUjav, tW>J!&ttJ n.pr.m. ( = V*|W Thes Buhl);— father of Zerub.Hgi 12 - 14 2 2 ; 2 a X«&.,X. Dtf adv. there, thither (Ar. 1J </iere, cf. IS «A«ra; BAram. TOPI, Eg. Aram, non S-C p * p - AUI , I (BR ( w ith demonstr. m, cf. ]]"]$ beside '!«), Syr.^aolT; Zenj H * ds (Cooke ■*) BE>);— I. a. there Gn 2 91! n'- 7Jl + oft.; placed early in sentence for emph., Mi 4 10 S ^V3FI BE?, Na 3 15 Ez 3 2~ M V I04 M +, . . . BBh On 41 "Ex 15" Nu , 3 «« +) DBn . . . DB> Ex i5 2i Dt 12" Is27'° Jb 3 "+, . . . av nam Gn 2 9 2 , , .. D^ 1 n»

1 31 35 7 2 S i 21 i5 21 + , ... DB> 1]« Is 34 1413 , 

. . . DE* B5 23" 57 7 sjr 139 10 ; resuming a pre- ceding ' whe»e,' Jb39 :l ° l*n DB> tfbbn TO, Ju 5 s7 Je 2 2" Ec 1 1 3 , cf. i 7 . Repeated, BE> , '. . BE* here . . . there Is 2% mn . In poetry, pointing to a spot in which a scene is localized vividly in the imagination, i/c 14 5 ins nflB BE* <Aere feared they a fear! 36 13 , cf. 48' 66 6 132 17 ; Hos 6 7 Zp i 14 .— Hb 3 4 read probably (We Now) BB* the flashes at his side made he the hiding of his power ; Ec 3 17 BE/ = with God, in the Divine plan or scheme : but read perh. BB> Hi De al. b. preceded by the rel., BE* 1* where, Gn 2" Ex 20 21 I S 9 10 +, usu. with one or more words between, Gn 13 3,14 19 27 Ex 29" 2 S 1 1 16 2 K 2 3 s7 + oft. ; after f 'K3 , BE> Kin -IB/K3 tGn 2 1 17 . "With new omitted (the rel. being indie, by cstr., Ges !I30c ' d ) Ez 39 11 T^ BB> BipD / "IB^3 a place where a grave (may be) in Isr., but © 93 Co Or al. read BE/ a place of renown. 2. thither, after vbs. of motion («=»riBB' ) v. 3), Dt i 37 BB> N3Ti t6, J u 19 15 2 1 10 i S '2" 9 6 al.; Of... -m whither, 1 K 18 10 21" 2 K i 4 - 616 Is 20 6 , more oft. in JeEz, as Je 8 3 22 s7 23 3,8 45 3 +, Ez 4 13 1 »» 36 2022 + ; so Vf? V 1 2 2 4 - 3. with H loc, i"l13E> (shammah): a. after vbs. of motion, thitlver, Gn 19 s0 flBB> D«^> to flee thither, v 22 20 13 24 s 29 s Dt i :8 + oft. ; = into it, therein(oi abasket, pit, etc.), Ex 1 6 s3 "lOty? k5>D ff^T^}, 21 s3 %i) nSB>, 30" Ju8 25 2K12"; pregnantly, after a verb implying motion, as to bury, Gn 23 13 nBB> 'no-nts rnsgjfl, 25 10 49 31 50 5 (all P), iyio to meet Ex 29 42 - 43 '30 6 - 36 Nu 1 7 19 (all P)^ Jos 2" 1 f Je 1 3 7 Jo 4 7 , perh. Ct 8 5 (1 a), b. ni3B> . . .lE/K DC whither Gn 20 13 Nu 33 s4 Dt 4 sl4 +oft; wfiere 2 K 23 s 1 Ch 4 41 . C. more rarely, Lq. BE* there, Gn 43 30 nBB> 1>, Jos 2' Ju 16 s7 2K4" 9 16 H02 17 Is 22'^ 34" 65" Je 18 2 27 s2 Ez 23 s 3 2 29 - 3(, (v 2 '-'- 24 - 26 BB>), 48 s3 nfy*rfl& i22 5 Ec3 16 . 4. BBto front there, thence : a. oft. after verbs of departing, taking, etc., Gn 2 10 11 8 * 12 8 18" 2 4 7 42', etc., Nu 13 23 2 1 12 22 41 B^D rja, Dt 4 29 BBt? BRffep, 30 4 Je 37 12 Ho 2 17 Am 9 2 - 3 - 4 Jb 39 a + .' ' Peculiarly, Gn 4 9 24 "fl ??K np BB73 Ges De RVm from there [from heaven], (from) the Shepherd ('»), the Stone (Eock) of Israel, Ew Di Sta from there (where is) the Shepherd of (HP) the (Bethel-)stone of Israel ; but both forced : text dubious; Gunk by the name (B$C; so <S) of the Shepherd, etc. (as Ew Di). b. BBto . . ,-fK whence Gn 24' Nu 23"+ . c. expressing origin, Gn 3^ the ground n@? "IEW BB*0, 10" whence (=from whom) came forth the Phil., Ju i 9 18 $ty VfO, 1 S io 12 BBto E*K, Is 65 20 . d. of the mass, from which something is taken or made, Gn 2 7 9 30 3 ' 2 (of JN2f), Lv 2 2 131 BBto fOA (from the meal, etc., of a nruo), 1 K 17 13 nsBj? n;jj DfO 7 "b-JT =]K i.e. from the meal and oil, 2 K 7 s19 i ^XT) t& Of&, Ez 5 3 . . Dtt? n.itt. 287 ' 8 naine (-/unknown; Thes ntSK*, cf. Ba ZMO " l(1887, ' 63i ; Lag BN ,6 ° BEh, Ar. J^j 6mni,marA,cf.BS K213SI3ff - Ko" 1104 ; NH=BH (esp. B^n = nin , ) ; Ph. db> Lzb 377 ; As. jumuy Sab. BD Horn 01 " 124 ; Eth. tW: Ar. *^, p, jU, lij Aram. BE/, NCE*, also BIB', BE* (Ko"' 512 ), ji*., Uaa., OAram., Palm. DB> Lzb 377 ) ; — abs. 'b* Gn 6 4 + ; cstr. 'v Gn 1 2 s + , rarely "BE* 1 S 8 2 + ; sf. 'DE* Ex 3 15 -)- , ICE* Gn 33' + , 1»E> J K 1 8 31 + , etc.; pi. niCE/ (rarely n»B>) Gn 2 2 » + ; cstr. DiDE* Ex6 16 + , sf. BniDE* Nu i 3 4 + , fntoE* Ez 2 3 4 - 4 ;— name: 1. of river Gn 2" 1314 , beasts v 19W , city 26 :a (all J) + ; Bi>n 'B> tEz 24 s , i.e. exact designation of it ( + '"l£l '»n BXiTnK). 2. a. usu.ofpers.: Gn4 ,7 - ,9 - 19 (J) + ; as signif. 1 S 2 s 23 , cf. Pr 2 1 24 ; esp. in phr. njjj!)K ICE*! . . . B"K »njl 1 S i 1 , cf. 9 1! , Je37 13 + 28 1.; iess oft. as iOB* n^a 1 S 17 4 , cf. Zc 6 12 + 5 t. (cf. in As. Krae BA8, - 430 ')i freq. c. N"]j3 (q.v. 6, and BTiph. 2, Pu.; note here, 7y 'VS N"lp3 in token of ownership 2 S 12 28 (v. Dr), IS4 1 ); rarely, ^l^O^S iDEHIK B'B' Ju 8 31 , cf. 2 K 17 34 Ne9 7 ; 'E' Br6 DE/JI Dm 7 ; c. " I ??.' 1 . Cn32 29 (J); change of name is witliout vb., as Gn i7' 5 (P), or (usu.) c. fW Gn 35 10 (P) /sr. shall be thy name, cf. 17 5 1 K 18 31 1 Ch 22", also

u 2 Dt» 

l 5HhOtf in; iDf-riK 3D>i 2 K 23 M = 2 Ch36 4 , cf. 2 K 24", and (subj. ">) b^m D^iV 'B* Is 56 s ; 1»Ernp Gn 32 s8 , cf. Ex 3" Pr 3 o 4 , ^CB 8 *D Ju 13 1 ' 7 ; 6«  explicitly mentioned is: niOB*? D;>31 Ezr io 16 , 'BO «i?3 Nu i 17 1 Ch 16" 2 Ch 28" 3'i 19 Ezr 8 20 , tri D'ian iCIm 38 , '8*3 D'avran wta»i v 41 ; of things, "pBR niEEhl 'Nu 4 32 (P), +V 27 (read nb»3 © Di Baen Gray) ; DB>3 f fift Ex 33 ,!: (subj. ), i.e. acknowledge thee, personally (as mine), cf. v 17 (both J); 'B '6*3 as the representa- tive of 1 S 25 s " 1 K 2 1 8 Je 29 s Est 2 s2 3 12 8 8 - 810 (cf. also 3). b. =reputation; (1) Wf n^JKI Gni2 J (J), is'K D^an de>3 bina v ^ 'nb^i H?? 2S 7'; +»»«£« on^e^ « ««"»« '^ «^ '"Wl Gn ii 4 (J), 'B> & B»?»l 2 S8 13 , of *• Je 32K hence Ne 9'° Dn 9 15 , Is 63 12 ' 4 , so c. D*» 2 S 7 23 =iCh 17 s1 ; '3 DB> ^ N5?.l Ez 16" (cf. iCh 14"), 2 Ch 26 15 pirnoHy, v 8 '!nj? to? *&) i

S 2 3 > 8a ; =fame, glory, Zp 3 »« Ez 39 » — 34" 

read perh. D^>B> ® Siegf Be Toy ; Co ohf; Krae conj. fOB*; DB>n "SWK Gn 6 4 (J), Nu i6 2 (J), 'BOX niEB* 1 Ch 5 s4 12 3 ' (van d. H. v 30 ) ; c. neg. , 33 DB*-^3 Jb 30 8 ; (2) bad sense, JT> CB> IT^y Kirinl Dn22 14 , cf.v 19 Ne6";=%toordEz23 10 ; n ^f? 'trn 2 2 a . c. esp. as giving a man a kind of posthumous life, esp. in his sons, "W35?3 J3 v"pN ^db* T3jn 2 S 1 8 18 , '3 eie* vnt6 D»pn{> Dt 25', cf. v 6 Ru 4 510 , without whom it is blotted out, etc., Dt 2 5 s ,cf.Nu 2 7 4 (P),Ru4 10 , so that to destroy one's name = extirpate family (and DB/ gts. is || JHJ) iS 2 4 22 (Gi v 21 ), 2Si4 7 (||DnNB i ) > so of peoples Dt 7 24 9 14 1 2 3 Is 1 4" + ; niv iwo jnr t6 Na i" (of Nineveh); 03DB'l Q3V")I IbjT; I? Is 66"; more abstr. (|| "O'l) Jb 18 17 Pr io 7 . 3. name, as designation of God, specif, of ** (esp. Je Ez Is 23 ++) :— first (in Hex) in phr." 'B>3 'p Gn 4 26 (J), call with, i.e. use the name in worship, so 1 2 8 1 3 4 2 1 33 26* 4- (v. trp 2 c); hence, of place of worship, 'OBHIN "PSTN -IB>K DipE>rri>33 DE> Ex20 24 (Gi v 21 ); DB> toB>-r)K [||g^] Dl'^S Dt 12'" + ; V^? n:? nja 2 S 7"'+ oft.; people come "■ 'B>b Jos 9*(R D ), so 'B> jypfi 1 K 8 41 = 2 Ch 6 31 , Is6o 9 ; seek it 1//83 17 ; swear with * 'B*? 1 S 20 42 Dt6 ,s io 20 Lvi 9 ' 2 , cf. (N1$?) Ex 20" = Dt5 1 '"; '"B»fe>Bn Pr 30 » ; -^ *pfl *$}, etc ., in token of ownership (cf. 2 a), Je7'°+ (v. p. 896*); =hig reputation, fame, c. & 7WV, v. 1 b (1), cf. Jos 7»; *■ 'B>3, i.e. as his repre- sentative Ex 5 3 (J), 1 S I7 4S Dt io 8 2 S 6 18 2 K 2 24 + (v. 2 a ad fin.); esp. as embodying the (revealed) character of '< : lOB* * Am 5 8 9* Je 33 s , D ^ t"? ™ Ex 3 16 (E; || ">?T ; funda- mental passage), 6 3 (P) ; *iDB» nWsif ('») "> Am 4" 5 27 Je io 16 4 6 ,8 + 10 t. Je Is 5 , ^ K£ '> Ex 34 14 (J; cf. 20 5 Na i ! ), 'B* Bnip, Is 57", V LijTIP, Am 2 7 Ez 39 7 43 7 f 103' + oft.; hence object of knowledge Is 52 s Je 48 17 , 'JOB' •'JTT

  • 9" (II Wtt*), love Is 56 s , 'B» '3HN ^5>- 6 9 37

119 132 , fear 61 6 , esp. of praise, etc. pjH»"^W.S n-jin, -ins, etc.): new yayh 2S22 50 flTfk and so very oft. || '*)ar»f 18 5 ", cf. 1 Ch 16 10 29 13 f 45 18 Is 26" 1 K 8 3:, - 35 =2 Ch 6 24 - 26 f 8 2W + ; toB* 1133 'v 13n 29 2 96 8 ,and many combinations; opp. 'K 'B'-riK ">JBPI Lv i8 21 + ,'« 'B* 3P3 24 16 /B* J*S3 ^ 74 1018 , etc.; N"iiani nssan '#n Dt 28 s8 , cf. Ne i"; ^P I5?PK in appeals to '< to act ace. to his character Je'14 71 " Ez 20 9 " Is 48' 66 s V 25" 3i 4 + ; *• *t is powerful agent, '?S^n 'JDB'3 54 3 (|| inn«33), c f. 1 24 s ; of *♦ 1«i>0, " says nj^ i3-)P3 Ex 23 2 ' (E); DE'n Lv 24" is prob. scribal substitution for word (already beginning to be thought ineffable, esp. c. 3p;i, cf. Gei UrMhr - 273 '• DiDr-WhBaen); on development of this usage, and Jewish use of '#? as personif. or hypostasis, v. Levy NHWB ■• '■ Jastr *• *'.— Tgf* 3i"ip T yfr 75 s is striking, but doubtful, < ® Dy Che Gr Hup-Now 'B 1 'K-|p, Du 'Bb «TJ5 (=13Nnp). 4. of false gods, use forbidden Ex 23 I3 (E), J0S23 7 (R D ), cf. Ho 2 19 f 16 4 ; speak Wm Dt6k OB'S Dt 18 20 ; '« 'B>3 Knp 1 K i8 24 - 23M ; 'N '6*3 «^ Mi 4 5 . 5. =memorial, monument Is 55 13 (||nix; so CheDu >=fame Di-Kit), OB*} 1J '151 D'33J? 3to 5 6 5 (with word-play on 'b* 1 c). fll. Dttj n.pr.m. first son of Noah ; — Gns 32 '° 7 13 io 122 - 31 ii ,0 - ,011 (allP), 9 ls - 23 - 26 - 27 io 21 (all J), 1 Ch i 41724 ; 2 7A c. I "lllJSiTptp n.pr.m. king of S e boim; — Gn 1 4 2 , 2u/xo/3op, ©L Svfiop. S1DttJ n.pr.m. Samuel (—name of El Thes al. (or, his name is El Hom HebTr * d - 9ef - Wkl U9"» Now 181 - 20 ), cf. hjO», bwjn ; v. Dr 181 ' 20 ; Prat 2 " 01903 - 777 "- caritative from WjCfh; Palm. ^KlOB' Lzb 377 ; v. further Gie ATS " , "' , "" d • Go,, ' ! * ,, • (i«oi).i(B«-.j._ 1> great p r0 phet, nth cent. B.C., lafiovrjK : i S i 20 (name expl. as if from -'^B'), i' 821M + 125 tiS, 1 Ch 6' 318 9" 11 3 26 s8 29 s9 2Ch35 18 Je 15 1 V'99 6 . 1 2. in Simeon, Nu 34 30 (P), laXapirjK. t3. in Issachar 1 Ch 7 2 , (l)ffa/xoui;X. yTtttf 1029 TyT'CttJ n.pr.m. in Manasseh (the name knoweth t cf. Sab. lDODyT DHM ZMQ """ (1883) - M ) ;- Nu 26 M (Svpaip), Jos 17 s 1 Ch 7", Svpaptip, etc.; ®L 2a M (<)«8a(«). t^Tptp adj. gent, as n.coll. / #n Nu 26 s ". TniO~TOttJ n.pr.m. (here ace. to Thes who qu. nom. altitudinum, i.e. perhaps of Jteavensi : Levites, 2 a/ «(<) wu <? : 1. 1 Ch 15 1820 16'. 2.

Ch 1 7 s Qr (Kt monoB'). 

NEttf (-/of following). trUStC© n.pr.m. in Benjamin 1 Ch 8" <paa, 2apaa, etc., = following. taWDttJ n.pr.m. =foreg., 1 Ch 9™, 2apa(a). NStTJ v . not?, ynoe*. "ONE© v. DB>. T - T ... •- ; V T~l3TpC? n.pr.m. a 'judge,' son of Anath, Ju 3 31 5 6 , Sana[f]yap (on this name (Hittite t) cf. GEM'" 3 - 31 ; N6 ZMG,l " (I888, '- ,;9 ^j. iit^). [1?21£t] vb. Niph. be exterminated, destroyed (NH der. spec; Aram, tfff Pa. cause to apostatize (Jastr) ; Syr. ,^- seems disputed (in Lexx.); No Eu,Nab - 32 cMrse; Ba Eslc cites As. asmud, I destroyed; Gerber 112 thinks vb. denom.) ; — Pf 3 ms. consec^PBty Ez32 12 +, etc.; Impf. 3 ms.ipB* Is 48" Pr 14"; 2 mpl. JTIDpn Dt4 M ; Inf.abs.1VfT} v 26 ; C str. sf. T&fa Dt28 20 , etc.; — tl. of pers. be annihilated, exterminated, G11 34 s0 (J), Ju 21 16 2 S 2i b ( + a arnnp ; _ but rd. uyv&rb @ e w We Di- al-),' *37 :a (II n ^??), 83"; 'of people Dt 4 26 (tin npgn), 7 « 12 30 ( + T??P), 28™ (pax), v «.«. 5 ..6i > Je 48 « ( + DJID)', T Ez 3 3 12 ^ 92' ( + "!r^S), cf. also ysk) «j> T$£ i&) Is 4 8 19 (4-n-iy/ ip, etc?' in || clause). >2. 6e destroyed, of bamoth, Ho io 8 , cf. (p s ]>Vh Nty Pr 14"; 6e devastated, of land, Je 48 s (|| lax). Hiph. . Pf 3 ms/TO^TI Dt 2 22 + , etc.; Impf.

ms. TOE>: Is i 3 9 + ,ipf>1 1 K i6 12 2 K io 28 , 

etc.; Imv. ms. ipf n Dt 33 s7 ; /»/. a6s. iBE'n Is 1 4 a ,1V Am 9 8 ; cstr. TJJfta£ Jos 9 24 + , also tlTDf n ny Dt7= 4 , i- 2S 49 , D_ J°s 1 1 14 (but rd. in all 'B»n, as Jos 23 15 , v. Dr Dt7 - M ), nni^b fls 23", etc.; — 1. annihilate, exterminate: ace. pers. vel gent., subj. *» vel pers. hum., Dt i 27 2 K ( + '3BD pers.), 6' 5 ( + r^pTtfll "JB^yp), g^-f 1 6 1. Dt, Jos 7 ,2 (ace. Dinn ; + daa-iisp), 9 « + 4 1. j os (all R D ), 2 K 14 16 1 K 13 34 Am'9 8 Is 13 9 26 14 Est 3«- u + 23 1.; ace. venen ins (fig.) Am 2 9 , cf. Ez Ttt>

16 (but Vrss Co Toy al. [not Hi Krae] "* 

'pf-nK 'B*n 1 S 2 4 w (Gi v 21 ), 2 S 22 s " 1 K i6 12 f i45 M 'i "'PF? as subst., Is 14 23 besom of earfer- mination; ace. -'yanTlK 2 K io 28 , of extirpating Baal-worship ?X"lB>»p. f2. destroy, cities Mi 5 lb , fortresses Is 23", bamoth Lv26"(H), Nu 33 s2 (P; || isk), n^an nisjnpp pjh Hg 2* no© n.pr.m. 1 Ch 8 12 Gi Baer, v. *«#. [i"TOCf| n.pr.m. whence t^nop adj.gent. in Caleb, c. art. as n.coll. 1$ I Ch 2 s3 ; Hoap.a6tipy], 6 2< V ia&. nQt^'(appar. -/of foil,; Sta' 32 "; so Thes, cp. Ar. L^JL be high, lofty (or is this secondary?); Jen *»»... o«»).« cp . As. Hamti, id. {>Umu= sparkle, Id" <»»>•»); cf. Dl™ 8 ). [TOtf] n.m. mss - S8 onlypl. D^B^ (Sta' 324 *) heavens, sky (NH id.; As. Hamu, pi. same, lamtitu, also samdmu, cf. Ph. DOC ; Sab. HDD Hom chr«,>«. Ar -l-jv Eth _ rto?ift . Aram x T *Pf , > on «. ; Palm. Nab. |( , )Dt5' in n.pr. (cpd. with ^>yn) Lzb 1M GACooke 45 ; on pi. form v. Ba 2 " " 1 " 1 ^ 34 ");— abs. V Oni' + , D^O- Gn 2 4 + ; np^pB'n Ex 9 8 + ; cstr. "DB* Dt 1 o 14 + 9 t.; sf. 1 , »B' ^ 8 4 + 2 t., VDB* Dt 33 s8 , Da'pe* Lv 26 19 , c. vb. pi., H02 23 ; — 1. a. visible heavens, sky, where stars, etc., are Jus 20 Gn T 5 5 (J), Dt4 19 Gn i 14 - 1517 (P), hence '#3 '3313 22 17 (JE) + 9 t. (usu. as countless), 'E'n K3S(-b|) Dt 4 19 Je 8 2 + ('V 1 c ; rarely of angels, 'S 1 b); before which fowl fly Gn i^P), cf. Dt4 17 Je8 7 Pr 3 o 19 , 'tfn ffiV Gn 2 ,9 ( J ), 1 19 (P) + (5|iy 1 ), 'V l'B2f f V' 8 9 , 'V ^#3 + La 4 19 ; as ^i?") (q.v.) Gn I s (P), ^ 19 2 , with waters beneath and above Gn i 9 (P, cf. v'), V' 148 4 , darkened with clouds 1 K 18 45 , cleared by wind Jb 26 13 ; whence comes rain Gn 8 2 (J), Ju5 4 Dtn n + , and dew Gn 2 7 28 (J), v 39 (E), Dt S3 28 (poem) + , cf. 1 nb-|3 f Gn 49 25 (poem in J),'B* 1M +Dt 33 IS (poem), but also (destructive) fire 2Ki 1010 Jbi 16 + (v.also2ainfr.); 'V ^2n Is 47", i.e. astrologers, cf. 'B'n niniN J e io 2 ; as high Gn 1 1 4 (J), Am 9 2 (opp. fop), v 6 (opp. H«) + , 'tS'n 3.b-iy Dt 4"; as over all the earth, 'B>n(-i>3) nnn Gn 6 17 7 19 (both P), Dt 2 a Ec i 13 '131 nnnp ( f extermination) Ex 17" (E), Dt 7 24 9 14 + ; specif, of Israel, I'DB* Dt 2S 23 , D3 , 'DB' Lv 26 ,9 (H); HW r*3»'W0 pa'aSiS* (hung from tree), i Ch 21 16 (of angel), cf. Ez 8 s (Ezekiel in vision), Zc5 9 (flying ephah); nsp-iyi '&n nspp T5>n of limits of horizon Dt 4 s2 , cf. 30 4 Ne I 9 f 1 9 : ; as made by God Je 5 1 15 (opp. ?3FI), ^ 8 4 + ; enduring Dtn 21 Jb m 12 ^*; esp. H?(W **W = universe (cf. in Sab., SabDenkm 1 "- 41 -' 42 - 1 - 3 ), Dt3 M Gni 1 (P) + (esp.DtJeIsVf), + D £ Ex 20" Hg 2', etc., +H?;' n ^P D ! D Ex 20 4 =Dt 5 8 , cf. Pr 30 4 , etc. ; opp.' tfWjl Pr B* ( + HS ▼ ") ; n ?^n H-$™ B, ?*in 'B* as part of future glory tls'oV 7 66". V. phrases are : t5>ri nianK (letting rain through) + Gn 7" 8 2 (P), Mai 3 ' 6 (fig.), cf. '#? 'N "• Tto%Q 2 K 7 219 , so 'E> ♦np 1 ! tf 78 s3 (for manna), cf. 'V £ tv 24 , 1? D$ tios 40 ; ^n nncto 2 S 22 s (II n^tn ; in || f i's 8 Dnn 'D), "K> HIOJJ Jb 26", 'B* SW 22"; towards the sky is TIOJjffQ Jos 8 20 (J), Ex 9 810 (P), Jb 2 n Ju 13 s0 20 40 2 Ch 6 13 ; B^ Pflfa Ex 9 22Z > io J1JS (all E), tr$>K Dt 32 40 (poem), Dn 1 2 7 , 't? alone

K S aM Jb 35 s Pr 23 s . 2. a. as abode of 

God () 1 K8 30 - 32 + oft., where he sits enthroned 1// 2 s Is 66', etc., cf. 'V 33 1 ! Dt 33 26 (poem), f 68 34 , whence he rains brimstone Gni9 24 (J), bread Ex 16 4 (E), cf. Ne 9 15 , casts hailstones Jos 1 1" (E), talks with Israel Ex20 22 (E; Giv") + , cf. Gn 21 17 22" 15 (E), looks down Dt 26" + , hears his people >//■ 20 7 + 10 t. Chr, etc. ; he thunders 'E*3 1 S 2 10 fi8 14 ,|| tTfP 2S22 14 ;he bends (ne:) 'E> to come down v 10 =i// 18 10 , cf. f 144 5 and (rend) Is 63 19 ; '&? VWM Ez i 1 in vision of God, cf. 'tfn -ljJE* Gn 28 17 (E; + TV3 w£); though even 'E'n 'OK* the highest heavens cannot hold him tDt io 14 1 K 8 27 =2 Ch 6 19 ,

Ch 2 5 Ne 9 6 V' 148 4 , CIF'OK* >Cf 6S 34 ; he is 

called 'B*n 'PjIjk ( p0 st-ex. title) Ezn ! =2Ch 36 s3 , + 1 1 t. Ezr Ne, Jon i 9 (cf. Aram., Dn 2 1S - i»j;.«. in Gn 24 ? ^jj fc @ pxn 'nV, as v 3 ), 'B^n-^K V.136 26 ; his sword is 'K>3 Is 34 s , but also his ton ^ 3 6«, p-JJf 85 12 , njlOK 8 9 3 , his word fixed 119 89 .— 'k> are fVDK* (of Israel) Dt ss 29 (poem), -fOyDV Lv 26 19 ; tT»F f8 4 144 s , + rt 'OE* La 3 ","tteh5 'E* V20 7 .' T tb. Elijah taken up 'tfn in whirlwind 2 K 2 1 , cf. v u . 3. 'B'n personified in various relations Is i 2 Je 2 12 .Tb 15" + 19 2 5o«=97 6 , 89" 148 4 . +4. n?^p ^ v. 'Op. 573. , 11. ns© v. Dots', rroiij v. dk*. T — T T T tn^inptp n.pr.m. captain of Israel 1 Ch 2 7 s , lakaud, A ©L 2(ifiawfl; prob. = II. nOK* 3 b, q. V. ^NIEBJ v. sub DB*. nitStf v. U. nOK>, >J ddb>.

doqj 

■»QttS v. ■/doe*". STTWft "»3n- v. dk>. - - t • : ' - t iVptt? Ezr 2 46 , v. »S>jfc t[l3Qttf] vb. let drop (NH id., loosen, detach, draw away, Niph. slip off; Aram. ODE* loosen, pull away ; vi> draw sword, draw or pull away ; Ar. Ja Tl is hang, suspend, 11. release debtor (Kam), -U. .^ string of pearls); — Qal let drop, fall : Imv. mpl. sf. + Impf. 3 ms. sf. HIDDEN (final 1 dittogr.) iniOOE* 2 K g 33 he said, Let her fall, and they let her fall ; then fig., of letting land rest in seventh year, 2 ms. sf. : naooK'ri Ex 23 11 (E); Pf. 2 ms. nnpoKh J e i7 4 thou shall let drop thy hand (read Y]', for ^|3< JDMich and mod.) from (IP) thine inheritance, i.e. abandon it ; Inf. abs. OtoB> Dt 15 2 let fall (a debt in seventh year; v. HE'D p. 674^). — Pf. 3 pi. Ip3n lODE* 2 S 6 6 = 1 Ch 13 9 is dub., most naturally either they let the oxen fall (slip, stumble), or (as X) the oxen let it fall (reading iODE* ; sc.the ark); >Thes£/ie oxen ran away; © slipped (the yoke)? v. further Dr. Niph. Pf. 3 pl.10DE*3 yr 1 41 6 their judges have been thrown down. ' Hiph. 2 ms. (?) juss. (?) BOfPl Dt 15 3 thou slialt cause thy hand to let drop, etc. ; Ba NB14T Qal ; <read ObE*ri ( c f. Dr),T su bj. TntSp® a.f. a letting drop of exactions, a (temporary) remitting: 'E* n'E»j;ri Dt 15 1 (at end of seven years), v 2 "? 'E* tO^ *3j whence seventh year is T0TJ D3K* v 9 31 10 . rfiaT&Bi v. sub dk*. T * TfDQtf] vb. be desolated, appalled (con- nex. of mngs. not clear) (NH id.; J Aram. DDE* Ithp. be dazed);— Qal Pf. 3 fs. TOOK' Ez 35 1 ' 5 , etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. DB^ 1 K 9 8 + , 3 mpl. Ve» Jb 1 7 s ^ 40 16 , etc.; Imv. mpl. W Je 2 12 ; Inf. cstr. (?) metapl. rtoK/ Ez 3 6 3 (Ges }67r , but v. infra);— DE/ri, etc. (v. [DB/J]) are placed here by most; Ez 6 6 reads WOE"?, v. Ges' 87 " 1 ^— P<. DDiE' La 3 n (v. alsoPo'.); f. rbdd(QeB iu ") 2 Sis 20 ^-; pi. pop'iE' La i 14 ,etc; — 1. be desolated, of Tamar 2S13 20 (i.e. deflowered, or deserted; others appalled), of pers. elsewhere late Lai 16 ; '??ro nopB'v 13 , 'b> »ibb> 3 U ; pt. as n.f. npoiE» »J| Is 54 1 (opp. n^W3) [Dn 8 13 + v. P6]; usu. of iand, etc. (sts.= deserted), Is 49 s Ez 33 s p3^ V9Q 35" (read IOOE/ Qr Co Toy Krae; > Kt TOOK*), v ,B ; rfooB'n nb-inn 3 6 4 (|| niatjan nn^n); niDE' v 3 is prob. corrupt, Co ONE* as v 5 , Hi-Sm en© from TTDV=QV1, Toy reads DEO, Krae DEO;— pt. fpl. as n.=desolate places Is 49" 61 4 (both gntoW), v 4 (cf. nDDB> 62*); s desolations Dn 9 1826 . 2. be appalled, awestruck, usu. at (?$?) judgments on others, Lv 26 s2 (H), Je 2 12 (v. II. [335]), Ez 26' 6 27 s3 28" Is 52 14 Jbi7 9 , cf. 1 K 9 8 = 2 Ch 7 21 , Je 18 16 19 8 49 17 50 13 ; on oneself f 40 16 (3pr^).— Is 4 2 14 v. [dim]. Hiph. Pf. 3 fs. TO^j Je 1 2" + , 3 pi. mm Zp 3 6 + ; Pt. f. HQB'3Ez36 34 + ,etc.;— =Qal: 1. be desolated; of roads Lv26 22 (H), Is 33 s , hamoth Am 7' (II °KB)> altars Ez 6 4 ; cf. 25 3 32 16 Zp 3 6 Zc 7 14 Jo i*- + 69 s6 ; of lands Ez 29'= 30 7 36***, cities Is 54» (opp. Wff), cf. Ez 36 s5 Am 9" Je 33'°; ni3E>3n Ez 36 36 </t« desolated (sc. land, in fig.). 2. 6e appalled Je 4" La 4 s Ez 4 17 30 7 , c. 73? rei Jb 1 8 20 . Po'. Pt. 1 . D!DiB>D fUBW Ezr 9 3 / sat appalled, cf. v 4 . 2. transit, appalling, causing Aorror(Dr DnI80f ): DDEta pW*(n) Dnir", + perh. 2-» ( v . ppB>); so a l S o DDE* 'pE* 1 2 11 (on '(> v. Ges » B '), DCE* VE/Bn 8 13 <Ae eriflM causing horror, and 'B* as n. horror-causer, appaller, g^ b . Hiph. Pf. 2 ms. niDB'n Jb 16 7 , etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. tffl (Ges* CTl ) Je49 ! » 50 46 , 3 mpl. rf. «&$ 1 S 5 s ,

pi. Dnr? Nu 21 30 , etc.; Imv. mpl. to'Cn (Ges 

i" 7 *) Jb2i 5 ; /w/.a&s. MW Mi6 13 ; Pt. D'D^D Ez 3 15 ; — 1. devastate, ravage, ace. pers. I S 5 6 Ez 20 26 Ho 2 14 (fig. of vine), Jb 16 7 ; ace. loc. Lv 26 31M (H), Je io 25 Ez 30" 14 ^ 79 7 , so (ace. om.) Nu 2 1 " (poem in JE), Mi 6 13 ; — Ez 1 4" v. D' , 'e> Hiph. 2. a. appal, ace. pers., c. ?$? at, Je 49 20 50 43 Ez 32'°. b. inwardly trans., 3BW 'BT) 3 15 shewing horror, Jb 2 1 5 (Bu Niph. 't3B*n). Hoph. Inf. cslr. iTOtfri '0^>3 ( sc . fJW) Lv 26 s4 (H) all the days of (its) being desolate, so v 35

Ch 36 21 ; Aramaizing, rtmrxa. (Ges» e ")Lv26 43 . 

Hithpo . Impf. 3 ms. DDinB* ,j, 1 43^ etc.; — 1. be appalled, astounded, '3 that, because, Is 59 16 6 3 5 ; bj? rei Dn8 27 ; rab **# 'aina ,/, I43 < ( c f. 1 pi. DDinBO Ecclus 43 24 ). 2. cause oneself desolation, ruin, Ec 7 18 . TCT3U) adj. devastated ; — 'e> of sanctuary Dn 9 17 ; f. nODE* of land Je 12". rTO£)tD n.f. a devastation, waste ; — abs. t t : 65 'b> Ex 23™+ ; pi. cstr. niCEE* Je5i 26 + ; — waste, usu. of land, city, houses, etc., Ex 23 29 (E), Is i 7 (prob. del., with words foil. Stu JPTh - 1OT - 714 FB jbu.890). 8 ^ Lv 26 33 (H), Je 4 27 + 14 t. Je (|| NS

D-JK 32", 3B* pND 34"), Ez6 ,4 +i8 t. Ez 

(35 7 ' read nBE*01 r03B> for MT riDOB^ nDDE> ;

pa} 

so Hi Co Toy Krae al.) + ; of prince, 'V B>ab? Ez 7 27 ;ofidolsMii 7 ; , BhnBB'Di3Ez23 33 .— EZ35 12 v. Dot? Qal. nnOtt) Ez 35' v. foregoing. t NQ© n. pr. m. in Asher, 1 Ch 7 s7 , f/i(/i)a, etc.

1 . ntStt,' 1 n.f .waste, appalment (2 4 1. Je);— 

abs/B* Je 5 30 + ; pl.abs.rriBE' ^46* ; — 1. a waste, of land, city, etc., Ho 5' Is 5° 13 9 24 12 Zc 7 14 Je 2 15 4 7 i8 16 19 8 46" 4 8 9 50 3 51 2943 , vine Jo I 7 ; pers. f 73"; nDDfl 'B> Dta Ez 23 s3 . 2. appaZ- ment, horror, i.e. occasion of it; of people, land* etc., Dt 28 s7 2 K 22" Mi 6 16 Zp 2 15 Je 5 30 25 s ls - 38 29 18 44 12 ' 22 49 1317 50 23 51 3741 2 Ch 2 9 8 30 7 ; ^n^rnn V j e 8 21 . fn. i"*T2$ n.pr.m. 1. in Edom Gn36 1317 1 Ch 1 37 , usu. 2<y«. 2. third son of Jesse

S 1 6" 1 7 13 , 2a/i( / i)a, ©L Sa^iaa J V. Vffttf, nVt?K>, 

, 5 , nB 3. 2a/xma(s), etc., heroes of David: a.

S 23 11 (om. accid. || 1 Ch 1 1 13 Dr), v 33 . b. v 25 

=nit3B/ I Ch 1 1 27 , 2<i/ia0, 2a/i(/i)&>0; prob. also n?nt:B> 1 Ch 27". HTOttJ n.pr.m. v. foregoing. "hlSttJ n.pr.m. in Judah: 1. 1 Ch 2 29S8S!! , a M (/i)m, etc. 2. I Ch 2 4445 , 2a,uu. 3. I Ch

17 , 2tyici/, 2t/i/nu, 2/i/i(. 

t^O"2tp n.[m.] appalment, horror (Ba nb 32 4,336 ; Mother view Lag 8 " 2 *-- 203 );— abs. Ez 4 16 drink water 'E'a, so 12 19 . t riQWO n.f . = nBB>; — abs. 1 .^devastation, waste, *A TODE* H?T n S I ?BJ] Ez 6 " 33 M » cf. v 29 35 3 , + 35 7 *, v. noDf; p i. ntoBT? i s i 5 16 = j e

s4 . 2. /iorror, 1» . . . HS-in nnwi Ez 5 13 . 

nn© v. dC. rnsotf v. rraoE>. T T T * t : " T ! •f-L [)Pl^] vb. grow fat (NH Hiph. id, also JOB/ ; Ar. ^ .1 be fat; Aram. .if>« , esp. der. spec, and deriv.; PPB» adj. fat : As. iamnu, fat; Ph. (Pun.) JOB* w7, so Palm. R3DC Lzb 378 ; on relation of meanings Fra 147 ); — Qali 3 / 2 ms. n?OB' Dt 32 15 and Impf. 3 ms. fPf >1 v u both of Israel (prosperous and arrogant) under fig. of fat beast ; so Pf. 3 pi. «DB/ Je s 28 (of wicked). Hiph. Impf. 3 mpl. W?C21 Ne 9 s5 were sated and shewed fatness (inner causat.) ; Imv. ms. f??' 1 ! 1 Is6 10 ?»aAe/a«(dull,unreceptive), Hjn DJ/n ab. tfOttJadj. fat, robust;— 't? m. Ju3 a + , f. roee> Gn49*'+; — 1. fat, rich, of food, Gn 49" (poem "» J). !■ 3°° (+»*& Hb lI6 ( || rona) ; of land, fertile Nu 1 3 s0 (E), Ne 9 2i35 , pasturage Ez 34 14 1 Ch 4*. (1 Si5 9 v.fWp3). 2. stout, robust, of men Ju f> (|| ^n B*K; v. GFM); f. coll. (fig. of flock) Ez 34 16 (+ n i?J^). t[p©] n.[m.] fat, fertile, plaoe; — pi. cstr. n«n noBTD (Ges" ao *' 93M ) Gn27 M (poem in J ; 1» partit.), v 39 (poem in E ; Q priv. ace. to Thes Ew Di Gunk al.; < partit.here as v k , 93 [9 ArA in both], AVRV Nii""- 8 "-™ cf.Dr). JDE? n.m. 2Kau3 (on appar. f. Ct i 3 cf. Albr ziw" as*). M.106) fatj oiX; —'v abs. Gn 28 s8 + , cstr. Lv 8 2 + ; f 2 K 4 6 + ; sf. ^ Ho 2 7 + , etc.; pi. D , ?OK'Am6 6 + ; sf. T?9f Cti 3 , flj- 4 10 ;— 1. fat, fatness : 'tr|3 t"lj> & 5 1 (of fertile slope) ; pi . tnMfrtW 2 8 W ; of food (in fig.) 25 s6 ; lit. |o^D srra'ntoa ^109=' (cf. Dix v»), cf. 'B> 'JBO Is io 27 (in fig., si vera 1., mng. obscure ; mosVnow emend by conjecture; BS ,nMH ' m) - K ~"p jtoifp n^ty [v. also II. ban], joining to v 29 ; Du Marti /ias gone up from P e ne-Rimmon [H], cf. Di-Kit). 2. a. ot'Z, specif, olive-oil, as rich product Dt8 8 +(v. JVt); hence V fl? IS41 19 oil-tree, usu. explained as wild olive, oleaster, so Ne 8 ,5 (|| T% 'B> 'XJj. oleaster-wood 1 K 6 23 - 31 - 32 - 33 ; once "Itsn 'B> Est 2 2 (v. "lb p. 6oo b ; '» also in holy anointing oil Ex 30 23 ). b. 'b> as staple (condiment) Nu 11 s (J; v.ns^), of value 1 K jjii.u.11 2 k 2 4.«.r + 4 t. ; gymb. of plenty Dt 32 13 33 24 Jb 29 s ; ascribed (falsely) to gift of Baals Ho 2"; as royal treasure 2 K 20 13 =Is 39*, cf. 1 K 5* (rcra 'B*, v. 'a) = 2 Ch 2 914 + 3 1. ; tribute Ho 1 2 2 , art. of trade Ez 27; odoriferous Pr27 9 Cti a 4 10 , npn 'V Ecio 1 , so(fig.)Cti 3 Ec7 1 ; Pr. 27" is corrupt, v. Toy ; sign of luxury Ez 16 13 Pr2i 17 , of prosperity Ez 16 20 . c. 'e> as medicament Is i 6 ; as unguent, for shield 2 S i 21 , person Am 6 8 Mi 6 16 Dt28 40 Ezi6 9 Est 2 ,2 ^92 n 104 15 , not for mourner 2 S 14 2 ; on head, token of happiness Ec9 8 , of hospitality,^ '#3 njtfh i^2 3*(fig.), insim. 133 2 141 5 . d. foranointing king, '&} T]B 1 S io 1 2 K9 13 , cf.v 6 , c. Hi? 1 S 16 113 1 K i 3 *; cf. VPintyD •&$ 'B>3 ,/, 89 21 ! e. in various figs., of' joy ffete 'B> Is 61 3 ^ 45 s ; soft words 55 B Pr 5 s ; as penetrating 1 09 18 ; as clear, transparent EZ32 14 . f. used in primitive worship, poured on stone Gn 28" (E), 35" (J). g. in later ritual : for anointing priests, tabern.,

roott altar utensils, etc. (P), made of various ingred., 1TI 'V among them, Ex 30 24 , nnBtan 'B> 25 s Lv 8 s.w.u +II t . ^-jjrnn^p 'B* Ex 30**+ a t.; '* 'o 'v Lv io 7 , vn*)K 'O 'V 2 1 ,2 ; 'pn 'B> Nu 35 s5 ; 'E* alone Lv I4 10 +i2 t. Lv 14; for lighting Ex25 6 + 6t. + JVri3 7]{ rn 'E* Ex2 7 20 Lv24 2 (v. JVrra); poured upon nrUD Lv 2' + 5 t., cf. 5" Nu5 14 ; smeared (v. I"IB*D) upon wafers Ex 29 s Lv 2* + , and cakes (or mixed in the making ? cf. ^a) Ex 29= Lv 2 4 - 5 + , so 'B>3 rbb Lv 2 7 , etc. (c. 45 t. in all), "B* an) nfcj Ex 2 9 :3 LvS 26 . h. for use in temple 1 Ch 9 19 . i. for nonn in Ezekiel's temple Ez 45 1414 + 7 t. 45, 46. tj. efficacy denied Mi 6". +k. offered to idols Is 57 9 Ez i6 181 ' 23 41 .— Vid. Macalister ""'•dbo.l ARSKennedy EDClBlb0 "-. tO^QttJN (elative, Ges" 86 "' 133 *; on 3 v. Id. «S0.,93ee) appar _ n .[ m .]pl. D'TOS 'S3 IS59 10 perhaps : (we are) among the stout (RV lusty) like dead men, cf. Di-Kit ; or abstr. in (actual) vigour (Buhl) > AV (after Jos Ki fr. DB>K Hoi 4' ' be desolate ') in desolate places (other conj. v. Che Hp ' Marti). t[pttJO] n.[m.] fatness; — cstr. RSf^ n PZ ] " 1 ' B / 3 I s x 7 14 (^8-) 1 P' p concr - • stout, vigorous, ones, sf. VSOtt'O Is io 16 (opp. J^rjj on f° rm v - Ges l«»*) | DH'JDB'O ,/, -j 8" ;= fertile spots,cstr."mf^ n:n» Dn 1 1 24 . Cf. also 1 8 15 9 , v. njen? 3. ' t^DOJO] n.[m.] fat piece, tid bit; — pi. OfgfO (Ges Kc ) Ne 8 10 (for eating ; || D^nop for drinking). TnSTStJJft (Ges lc ) n.pr.m. a hero of David,

Ch I8»*(t" van (l H -> who reads '^)' 

MatTtfifiainj, etc.; ©L Mao-afiawr). II. }Qt^, H JDt^( /of following; meaning unknown). P»3b0 (less oft. nitof), n2b© n.m. et f. eight (on ~ cf. Ba" 820 - 200 and (against him) Philippi 8 * 81 ' 364 ; Ar.ju.Ui, i^UJ, Sab. (n)^ofi Hom chr47,m pHMZMa""""^ 3 ®'- 3 ' 5 ; Aram. p»n, K;:pri, JJLiL, fldU; Nab. widd, Palm. N':on,Lzb 3s6 ; NH=BH; Ph.fDB'; Eth. rtoull:; rt^W: on As. equiv. v. Dl* 75 );— m. (c. n.f.) alw. abs. nJbB' Ju3 8 +40 t.; f. (c. n.m.) abs. npf 1 S i7 12 +34 t., cstr. riitof Nu 2 24 + 3 t. (cases of 8+10=18 are additional, v. infr.) ; pi. CObB", 80, v. infr. : — 1. without other num. : a. HJtaB* card., before n.pl. Ju 3 8 1 K 7 10 + 8 t.; Ttttf

VGttJ before n.sg. «# i K 8 17 (Kt ; Qr pi.), 22 1 ; after n.pl. Ez 4 o 31 ; ordin. b If n?fa 2 K 24'=, 'B>3 b DUB> 2 Ch 34 3 . b. nibf card., before n.pl.

S i7 ls +3 t., +(n. om.) Je 14"+ 2 t., also 

n|N 'B* Gn 2 2 M these 8, and, as round no., Mi 5* 7 and 8 (i.e. plenty); after n.pl. Nu 29 s9 2 Ch 29 17 ; ordin., b 'B» Di , 3 v 17 . O. f. cstr. D"o; n3bB> Gni7 ,2 2i 4 ,-ii53n'BNuf. 2. 8 + 10=18: a. c. n.f. nif| njbft card.: bef. sg. nje> Ju 3 14 + 2 t., TOK i K 7 15 + 2 t.; after n.pl. 1 Ch 26"

Ch 11"; n. om. Ezr 8 18 Ne7 n ; ordin, n?B>3 

b '» 'B> 1 K i5' + 4t.; b n;e> 'j? 'B>3 2 K 2 2 3 + 2 t; b njB> '» 'B> nj^n J e 32 1 . b. c. a.m. nb-V npff card.: bef. sg. H^« Ju 20^+4 t.+ ^ 60 2 (title), so read for 'V tn.B>, c f. 2 S 8 13 = iChi8 12 ; before pi. Ezr8 9 ; n. om. Gni4 M ; ordin, n. om. 1 Ch 24" 25"; *$$ ife^ Tibf Ju20 2S . 3. c. other numerals : a. DiXD nibt?'

S 23 s (so read also || 1 Ch 1 1 " Kit Benz, cf. Th 

WeDr al.),+ 16 t. b. *[)« npf I Chi2 3 «(v 8i van d. H.), 2 3 3 ; D'obx n:bf Nu 2 24 + 3 t. c. 'v, card, after tens 1 S 4 1S + 20 t.; before ten, only nT3K3 Dnt?yi 't? Ex 26* 36'; ordin, Ojj*? b rue? 'B*i D'B*by 1 K i6 M 2 K 1 5 8 . ^"•Tptp, J"P— - adj. num. eighth;— Di>3 "onptfri Ex 22 M + 16 1.; '#? EHhn 1 K 6 38 + 4 1.; n.m.'om. iCh 2 4 ,0 +4t.; nro^n natfri LV25 22 ; elsewhere only phr, rWDtfrrby x Ch 15 21 , and titles ^6' 12 1 , usu. ace. to the eighth key, or on the octave, but wholly dubious. D^wbttj n.pl.indecl. an eighty;— without other num.: sq. sg. n3B» ^90'°+ 4 t, W2K io 24 Je4i b ; sq. n.pl. 2 Ch 26 17 Ezr 8 s Ct 6 s ; n. om. 2 K 6 2i 1 Ch 15 9 ; c. other num., card.:

  • £« 'V Nu 2 9 + 6 t.; 't? foil, units Gn 5 2S + 4 t.;

precedes, Gn i6 16 + 4 1. ; foil, ioo, etc. 1 Ch 25 7 + 6 t.; precedes, Gn 5 26 + 2 t. ; ordin, nJB> '6*3 b n3B> niXD JQ-IK1 1 K 6 1 .

t t •• - : 1

VDV? vb. hear (NH id.; Ph. yot? T 1169 Lzb 378 ; As. Jfemtf; Ar. £*Ji ; Sab. y»D, mostly in deriv, esp. epith. div. J)DD lie who hears Horn Cht 124p„ll ZMG liv (1900), ^.^DHM Hofm1 "' ""• 10 - '• ' • Eth t°0l Aram. yet?, -^aa*, OAram. yofc> Lzb 378 ; cf. also ny»B>0 MI 23 obedience); — Qal ]06 „P/.

ms. 'B> Gn 24 S2 + , V?.® Je 36 13 + 3 t.; 2 fs. 

rw?B> 1 K i" + 2 t; 3 pi. 1V»B> Ju 2 17 + , etc.; /mp/. 3 ms. SOB* Ex 6 30 + , I s. cohort. nyOfK Nu9 8 , •IVCB'KJ (on — cf. Ges' 19 "; 01 t65c qu. reading) Dn8 13 ; 2 mpl HM^I Dt8 !0 + , Pyi?B>n Dt i 17 , etc.; Twiv. ms. W3# Am 7"*+ , "?»? Jb 32'°+ (esp. ff), kjty Dn9 19 ; fpl. njypf I 3 32 9 Je9 19 , I5?»B> Gn4 ,3 (Ges , *").etc-; /»/«&«• yioe> Is 6 9 + ; cstr. ybB» 1 S 1 5 s2 + ; sf. iVOB/ Dt 29 >s +> inyntf isso'^Ges* 45 "), etc.; Pt. yob' Gn42 23 +;f.nyn'B'Gni8 10 4-,etc.;— l.subj.pers. hum. (vel rei personif.) : a. hear (perceive by ear), ace. rei, esp. bip Gn3 10 (J) + 46 t, (D')-m Am 8" + 50 t, etc. ; ace. no3 C i.e. wise sayings 1 K5 M + 4 t.; so any utterance or sound (c. 150 t. in all) + (obj. om.) Dt4 33 + 32 t. + (cl. temp.) 1 S 1 4 s7 + 6 t. ; very rarely c. 2, "J$0| 'B* Jb 1 5 s ; c.obj. cl,'? Ex 4 31 + 52t. + Is39 lb (rd. 'B> '3 @ @ || 2 K 20 12 ), iB/trnK Jos 2 10 5 1 (both R D ), —-HD Ju 7 " + 3 1. ; without connect. nnk 'B* WV| f 2 K 1 9 s5 = Is 3 7 s6 ; sg. orat. rect. t Is 40 28 Zc S 23 . t b. ace. pers. +" 1 ?!!? hear one speaking. Gn27«(J), Je 2 6 7 Dn8 13 , so H33 Nun 10 (J), «33 J e 20 1 , ibbpt? Ec7 21 ; occas. pers.om, D , "!3 i! I Gn 3 7 ,7 (JE)," : ih'DTl« Ez2 a 43 6 (v.nan Hitbp.'); ace. pers. only Dn 1 2 7 . +C. c. ~?Qt<2 only , hear say =hearitsaid, 1S13 4 2S19 3 Dti3 13 Jos22 u (P), iKi6 16 ; + bypers.co»ic«rmn^Gn4i l5 (E),Is37 9 ; ?K pers. id. 2K19 9 . d. hear of, concerning : (l)acc.rei,"lB*«(-b3)nK Exi8 l 2Ki 9 ll + 5 t, (ff)-m 1 S 3" +4 t, liyi Je i 9 3 + 5 t, etc.; yfa 1 S 23 11 ^ 4 8 9 , n«T3 Is66 3 hear of anything like this, HJX3 Je i8 13 ; ace, etc., om. Ju 9 46 + 43 t.; (2) less oft. ace. pers. Jb42 5 , ?tj pers. Ez 19 4 , pers. om. Dt 9 2 ; c. 3 pers. hear exult- antly of their fate tV'92 12 (prob. imitated from || 3 C3n v a ; v. esp. TWO 8 a (6)). +e. hear, abs, =have power to hear, 2 S 19 36 (c. bip3), Is 2 1 3 32 3 Pr 20 12 Zc 7 11 ; insim. ^38 15 ; c. neg. of idols Dt 4 23 ty 1 1 5 6 ; fig. (spiritual power) Je 5 21 Dt 29 s Ez 1 2 s Is 42 20 .— Pr 2 1 23 is probably corrupt, v.Toy. f. hear with attention, interest, listen to (sts. || ftSn , 3'B*ipn), ace. (D')l3T (54 1.) Am4 l + , esp. '" (<piri Nu i2 6 (JE) + 45t.; nntpN Is 28 s3 , bip v 23 , flNt Mi 3', etc.; oft. abs. Ju 5 3 + 57 t, +(neg.) ty 38 14 pay no attention; abs. yet? 3.b 1 K 3 9 , yot? B^N Pr 2 1 28 . tg. under- stand (language), nSB> Gn n 7 (J), Is33' 9 , pB»b Dt 28 49 , Bn^ Ez 3 6 , TSTfne J e g» no ace'. Gn 4 2 23 (E), 2'Ki8 26 =Is36 n . h. specif, of hearing a (judicial) case, "OT Dt I 17 , cf. v 17 ; ace. om. VI pers. v 16 , of < Ju 1 1'°; c. t3SB*J? 1 K 3 " ; yiiri 3itan ^ a Sj 4 ,7 3b Rj jmbh. 1 5 3 , c f. Jb3 1 35 . ynw

yno? tL c. ace. per». in polite address, hear us (me)! Gn 23 6 - 8 -" 13 - li (all P), I Ch 28 2 2 Ch 13 4 15 2 20 20 . j. listen, give heed (sts. || 3 , ?'i?n), abs., Gn 42 21 (E)+ 18 t., +(usu. 1| JW fipn), Je 7"+ 14 t. Je, + (opp3in)Ez2 5 +3t.Ez;+3.^yi3 , fe'Mal2 :: ; liear + do Dt 5 24 2 K 18 12 , etc.; = consent, agree, Gn37 w (J), grant request Ju u 17 ; c. 7 pers. (mostly late) Ju 1 9 25 1 S 30 24 Jb 1 5 17 + 1 6 t., '^ H09 17 Lv 26 141921 - 27 ; " v 3?l|> 1 S 15 1 , n$$ Pr 1 2 U . k. c. ?£ pers. + 7<is<e»i to, yield to Gn 49 s Ju 2 17 + 69 t. ("-bit 15 t., esp. Je f 6 + 10 t. Je), 73? pers. 2 K 20 13 ; ^T^ etc., Dt 18 19 Je 2 9 19 + 1 4 t., , "!?T^y etc., 2 K 2 2 13 + 3 1. ; very rarely ace. rei 1 S 24 10 (Gi v 9 ). 1. bipb 'tf=td., obey, Gn3 17 (J)+nt, + r ^)Ju2 M Exi 5 26 (JE). m. very oft., Tip? 'V=obey 1 S 8 7 + 25 t., + V

  • bipa (V 8 word! etc.) Dt 4 30 Je 3 13 + 65 t, (Dt

18 t., Je 18 t.). n. obey, c. ace. (D , )"ai Jos i 19 + 2 1. + ('» 'l) Je n 3 +5 *• Je, 1 K i2 24 =2 Ch 1 1 4 , etc.; ace. pers. Ex 6 12 (P), 2 Ch 28". 0. abs. be obedient (esp. to *») Is i 19 Mi 5 14 Je 12 17 + 4t. Je+7t 2. '< (God) subj.: a. ace. 7ip, Dna-I, etc., Gn 2i 17 (E), 2 K 19 4416 , usually with favour implied Nu 20 16 Dt33 7 + , so esp. ace. n^on, nsnri, etc., iK8«f 6 10 + . b. obj. cl. '? Gn zg 33 (J), c. no obj. (32 t.) Is 59 s Je 22 s1 , usu. hear and forgive, help, etc., I K 8 30,32 Is30 19 + ; hear and be angry ^ 78 59 , cf. 55 20 . d.=6e able to hear Is 59 1 f 94 9 . e. ^ip? t?= hear (and grant) Gn 30 6 (J) + 6 t. f. Aear a?id answer, c. ?? of cry, etc., Gn 21 7 16 11 1 K 8 M + 8t.; c. bn pers. Dt3 M +i2 t. g. c. |> of utterance Jei8 18 ^6i 6 ; b pers. Jos24 10 (E). h.. hear, ace. pers. + "ITfaipp Je 3 1 1S ; favourably, c. ace. pers. Mi 7' + 3 t., so, + 7 concerning, Gn I7 20 (P); obj.om.2K22 19 V'22 25 + 3t. + V'34 718 (hear and deliver); c. cl. temp. Jen". Niph. 42 Pf. 3 ms. VDfi Gn 45 I6 +, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. J»9^ Ex 23"+', yo^ 1 S i 13 , etc.; Inf. cstr. VP# n Est 2 8 ; P«. f. nypf J Je 51 46 , etc.;— 1. be heard, of voice, sound, etc., 1 S I 13 1 K 6' Jb 26 14 (or 1 pi. Qal Impf.1); of a report, -ibK 1 ) . . ,'V) Gn 4 5 16 (E); subj. cl., "?, Ne 6 1 (7 pers.), cf. cl. MB71 OHWni Ne 6 6 ; v 7 be reported, (■$$) n^KH D«T?*}; 'be heard, *}?b T$8 Dn 10 12 . 2. 6e U 0/ inbs Dt 4 12 . Z.beregarded, o&ewed, EC9 17 ; in2S22 45 =i^i8 45 it is be obedient (y), si vera 1. (read perh. Qal, cf. Now). 4. D?ip3 tfo 2 Ch 30^= (favour- able) hearing was granted to their voice, t Pi. Impf. 3 ms. J'lSB'M 1 S 1 5 4 he caused the people (ace.) to hear (and respond, i.e. he assembled them), so 23 s (v. Hiph. 1 c). Hiph. 63 Pf. 3 ms. ywn 1 K i5 22 + , etc.; Impf 3 ms. sf. ^ypf : Dt'30 1213 ; 2 ms. juss. ypfn Ju 18 25 , etc.; /mk ms. sf. ^JWDtfri ^143"; fs. sf. ^Pfn Ct2 14 8' 3 , etc.; Inf. cstr. $#2 ^26 7 (Ges' 63 "); P<. prpB'p Je4 15 + , etc.; — 1. of man: a. cause to Aear,acc.pers. + rei Dt30 1213 Ct2 14 8 13 +4t-; obj. rei om. (=make proclamation to) 1 K 15 22 ; obj. pers.om. Je5 M + ; ace. tibf tls52 7 Na2* i.e. proclaim peace; ?}K tJe4 15 (IP loc); pip 't?n wMer a sound Jos 6 10 (J; || ri"), cf. Jui8 ffi (rfpp, + UBJ/), Is 4 2 2 58 4 ; taVnn 7ip 'B>n ff 66 s , rnfrl 7ip3 126 7 . b. abs. as musical term, sound aloud, y'Pfni) Dw|>XDa r Ch is' 9 (perhaps to mark the time, Gr* 67 De: cf. 16 5 ; also fi5° b yof fybyq), teyyfQ is 16 - 23 i6 42 ,*tn*< 7ip'e>r6 CI15 13 i.e. prob. in unison (Prince KB1 " 3241 ), Ne 1 2 42 . c. abs. make proclamation (oft. |p , ? i ! , ) ) Am 3 9 4 6 Is 4 1 26 Je 4 6 + 6 t. Je. td. V?fn, ace. pers. + b$ loc. = summon Je 50 29 , ?y loc. 5 1 27 (cf. Pi.). 2. subj.: a. cause to hear, ace. pers. et rei Dt 4 1036 (IP loc), 2 K f+ 4 i; ace. pers. om. Is3O 30 +3 t. ; ace. rei om. 44 s 48 s . tb. =tell, ace. pers. + nW3 Ju 13 23 ; ace. pers. only,Is42 9 ;acc.reionly,48 3 Ez36 15 (T3«). tc. abs., make proclamation Is43 ,2 62"(?K loo.). fi. [yttC] n.[m.] sound;— ^^3 w£j*fl ypE*^i5o' V (||w^)- til. J?P© n.pr.m. usu. 2apa(a), 2e/iaa (cf. Sab. n.pr. VDD Hal 509 );— 1. in Judah 1 Ch 2", ypB> v 43 . 2. in Reuben 5*. 3. in Benj. 8 13 (=^0^ v 21 ). 4. post-ex. Ne 8 4 , Santas. TJ^^CJ n.[m.] hearing, report (on form cf. Lag BN143 );— 'B> abs. Is 23 s ; cstr. v 5 +; sf. ^pB* 66 19 , etc.; — report, usu. c. genit. obj.: ace. with ypt5* Gn 2 9 13 (J) lite tidings about Jacob, Is 23 5 + (c. sf.) Nu I4 15 (JE), Dt 2 25 1 K io' = 2CI19 1 , Na3" Hb3 2 Je37 5 50 43 Is66 9 ; c. 7 genit. Is 23 s ; Dn"7J?p Ho 7 12 usu. according to the report (heard by) their congregation (I), but inexpl. and prob. corrupt, We Now; Marti (cf. Oettli) DnjT)-7y (VOt?? as gloss) according to their wickedness; KW 'E» NBO Ex 23 1 (E) take up (utter) a false report; JW '&b f 18 46 i.e. aa soon as heard of, =mere report Jb 42 s (opp. personal knowledge), cf. HVpE' 28 s2 . y£tr>

^Myotr> + [l>0©] n.m. En04 report; — sf. iVDB* : t? ,| rn Jos 6 27 , <fo report o/At'm «j«n<, etc. ; t? VOB* 9 9 (bothR D ), Je6 24 ; niriBn-^3 Ijjbl 'BhEst 9 4 . TjJCttJ n. pr. loc. in S. Judah, Jos 15 s6 , TjflSttJ n.pr.m. a hero of David 1 Ch n 44 , Sa/iada, Sappa (cf.OSem. pots' on scarab CIGann ja.i«bf«,ii„. 1!0 .no... a]so on geal from Megiddo (1904), cf. Kau*" ,b - ,,N * chrI>pv ' 19,M2 « f ). fcWOttJ n.pr.m. 1. brother of David 2 S t : •

1 21 Qr (cf. Dr; Kt »J*OB>) Skfwft, ©L Xapoo, 

= 1 Ch 20 7 , third son of Jesse 1 Ch 2 13 ; = nyDV

S 1 3"* 2 af ia(a), etc., r& (q.v.) I S l6» 1 7". 

. son of David lCh3 5 ( = 5f ! H3B' 1), 2a/iai/, Zapou. . Levites, 2o/«a, 2a,«i(a): a. 1 Ch 6 15 . b. v 24 . n^Ctp 11.pr.n1. v. NiP?' 1- t nVnCJ n.pr.m. c. art. 'TOSJn '#n 1 Ch 1 2 3 , A/in, Sa/icui, ©L AtTfia, tnyptt) n.pr.f. 20 " 24 ' 26 mother of one of Joash's murderers, 2 K I2 22 (if/iouatf), called Ammonitess 2 Ch 24-" (2ana(a6)). tcnyCtt) adj. gent.pl. as subst., family of scribes 1 Ch 2™, InjioltfrjtuiM tn^Otf n.f. report;— abs. V 1 S 4 19 +, nyo^ 2 24 + ; cstr. nyof 2 S 4 4 ; sf. wnvpf 1353'; pi. abs. nijIOB' Dn 11 44 ; — 1. report, sts. after yet? 1 S 2 24 4 19 (=news), 1 K io 7 = 2 Ch 9 6 , 2 K i 9 7 =Is 37 7 , Je 51 46 ; njn 'tf J e 49*, cf. f 1 12 7 , and n^D 'tf Pri5 30 2 5 25 ; tidings about Saul

S4 4 ; c. WO 1330 ( + "lbt6), ,K 2* Ez 21 12 Je 

10 s2 , cf. 5i«+ (HK3 om.) v 46 ; '^K 'B? KtlPI EZ7 28 ; V^ip! '«? Dn n 44 ; Unj)lB?> I s 53 > the report that readied us, cf. also Is 28 919 Je 49 14 Ob 1 (De Du al. specif, of prophetic message, but v. Gie 8 """' 15M - We Now " '). 2. = men- tion, T? a '^? D'T? ™™ & Ez 16 50 . t JflEttf n.pr.m. 1. son of David 2 S 5 ,4 = I Ch I4 4 , So/xfiovtff], 2a;«ra ( = Ny»tf 2). 2. Reubenite, Nu 13 4 , 2«nowjX, SaXa/nrjX, etc. 3. Levite, Ne 1 1 17 ( = rv?pe> x Ch 9 16 ), Sapowi, etc.; i2 ,8 (isame person), ®L 2ap>u€. p^Dtp n.pr.m. (cf. n.pr. flyew in Palm. Lzb 3 ' 8 ; meaning doubtful; RS al. cp. i-L-, said to mean offspring of hyena and wolf; v. Hogg 01 "- 453 ');— 1. second son of Jacob and Leah, iv/uav : Gn 29 s3 (name expl. from VQ&), 35 23 Exi 2 + i4t. (assoc. esp. with Levi Gn34 2530 49 s ). 2. tribal name Ju i ui7 Nu 1* + ; so 'V 'A? Nu i 12 + 7 t., '0 HBO Nu 1 23 2" 13'; 'W*zimSD io 19 34 50 Josi9 , - 8 2i'lCh6 so . t3. post-ex. Jew with foreign wife Ezr io 31 . t^iypCJ adj. gent. c. art. as n. coll., Nu 25" 26 14 1 Ch 27 16 ; 'B»n n»D Jos 21 4 . . "'VptZJ n.pr.m. usu. tt/ttu : 1. in Benj.: a. 2 S i&t'r* l9 n.iuu* i x K 2 8 + 10 1. 1 K 2. +b.

K i 8 , perh.=4 18 . 2. a Ramathite 1 Ch 27 s7 . 

t3. Levites: a. 'son' of Gershon Ex6 17 Nu3 ls iCh6 2 2 3 7 - 91010 . b. 6 14 . c. v 27 . d. 2s 17 . e.

Ch 29". f. 3 i 1213 . g. Ezr io 23 . t4. 

brother of Zerub. 1 Ch 3 19 . + 5. in Simeon 4**. + 6. in Reuben 5 4 . t7. 1 Ch8 13 =(ii.)l»K> v 13 . t8. post-ex. names: a. Ezr io 33 . b. v 38 (cf.

g supr.). |9- grandfather of Mordecai 

Est 2 5 . 10. 2 S 2 1 21 Kt (Qr Ky»B> q. v . 1). ftt tyOtf adj. gent, of 3 a; — c. art. as n. coll. 'tfn Nu 3 21 ; cf. Zc 1 2 13 . t(l)n^Oy n.pr.m. Seifiams, etc.: TVyaf, I. prophet, Rehob.'s time 1 K 1 2 M 2 Ch 1 «**■" ; = }!T- u J . 2. Jer.'s time: a. false proph. Je 29 31: "- 32 = ! in;- v 24 . b. in;. 36 12 . 3. vv. a prophet's father 26 20 . 4. descendant of Zerub. 1 Ch ■f 1 -^. 5. in Simeon 4 37 . 6. in Reuben 5 4 . 7. Levites : a. 1 Ch 9". b. v M =JW«. c. 15 s ". d. 24 s . e. 26 4 - 67 . f. 2Ch29 14 . g. Ezr8 16 . h. Nen' Also

  • 1J-i. 2Chi7 8 . j. 31 15 . k. 35 9 . 8. com-

panions of Ezra : a. Ezr8 is . b. io 21 . c. v 3 '. 9. of Neh.: a. Ne3 39 . b. 6'°. 10. priests: a. Ne io 9 12 42 . b. v 618 . c. v 35 . d. v 36 . II. a prince v 34 . gtanttfy v. p. 84. ^H??W£ <8 n. pr. m. (El heareth ; Sab. bvw>& Hal 187 ; on form cf.Lag BN131 );— 1. son of Abraham and Hagar Gn i6 u (name expl. "01 * VQf '3), v ls - ,6 + 11 1. Gn 17. 25, 28" 3 6 3 Ch:

I<r/iai)X.

. usu. Ioyiai/X : mur- derer of Gedaliah Je 40 8141516 + 1 7 t. Je 4 1, 2 K 2 5 2325 (®L Iotxh/X !). 3. in Benj. 1 Ch 8 :i8 9 44 . 4. in Judah: a. 2CI1 19 11 . b. 23 1 . 5. Jew with foreign wife Ezr io 22 , 2a/iaij, AOL Ia^X. t"7H5^ adj. gent, of 'V) 1 ;— sg. c. art. ifcn 1 Ch 2 ' 17 + |i 2 S I7 25 (so read for *&#$; v. Comm.); ty.*??'.? 1 Ch 27 30 ; pi. D^KJJPfX?) Ishmaelites Gn 3f* a 39 1 Ju 8 24 f 83 7 . ' ' WPMBW t (l)rryncr; n.pr.m. ('< heareth) ;— Sa/xams : 1. rr., Gibeonite, one of David's heroes I Ch I2 * 2. WJ- in Zebulun 37". tn^yQttJn n.f. a causing to hear (prop. Aramaizing Inf. Hiph.; Ges* M1 Sta' 304 *);— D'JtN 'BNl!) Ez 24 26 <o cause ears to hear, i.e. bring tidings in person (t rd. njJO- No z "° ■•««■■».«•). fi. [SQM] n.[m.] thing heard;— cstr. V3W yDE'p'r K^> Is 1 1 3 no« according to what his ears hear, not superficially (|| 1 , 3 , J n&?"]Pp). j-n. 37QQJO n.pr.m. Matr(a)fui(v) : 1. in Ishmael Gn 25 14 1 Ch i 30 . 2. in Simeon 4 s5 - 26 . t [njttDtE??] n.f. obedient band, body of subjects; — onlysf.: 1. prob. = body-guard, as esp. bound to obedience, ^nyoB'P 1 S 22 14 cap- tain over thy guard (Ew Be ch Dr Bu Now), cf. fa- 2 S 23 23 = i Ch 1 1 25 . 2. DPI- Is 1 1 14 the sons of Amnion (shall be) their subjects (|| aNiO BT ni^p ; c f. nvntw MI 23 ). rQt^' (/of foil.; cf. NH petf accusation (or suspicion); Thes cp. Ar. ^^i speaA; rapidly (and indistinctly) (KamFrey), but dub.; rapid- ity seems main idea ; — and v?= L £ 1). tytlC n.[m.] whisper;— 'B* abs. Jb 4 12 ; cstr. "I3" 5 ! t5> 26 14 a (mere) whisper of a word, something wholly inadequate. TiT^C? n.f. (derisive) whisper, deri- sion ;—'v Ex 32 25 (J). I. TOtfc^ vb. keep, watch, preserve - T 466 (NH id.; Ph. not? inn.pr. and (Fin.)=waich- man; Tel Am. Simiru is perhaps overseer (Canaanism),Wkl No - 801 - 23 ; Mand. tH»OD pre- served Nb M46 ; cf. Ar. T.».l converse by night, stay awake (v. Lag BN,oi ); Ba NBl76 '- ! ES43 infers from Itaol* eyelid (cf. [n"W] infr.), and Ar. Jii support, aid, protect (l=r), that two vv are combined in Heb.; but proof insuff.); — Qal m Pf. 3 ms. 'b> Gn 37" + , etc.; Zmp/ 3 ms. 10B" 1 S 2 9 + , I??* Je 5 24 + , sf. 3 ms. &?$] Ex 2 1 29 - 36 ; 3 fs. sf. EPIDipn Pr 1 4 3 (rd. DVipKTI , v.Ges M7 «Toy),etc.; /mv.ms^tafJb2 6 -)-, trjDf* iCh2 9 18 +; mpl.VipB>Jos6 ,9 -r,etc.; 7«/.ak -li»^ Dt 5 12 + ; cstr. "foe* Gn 3" + , sf. ! 7 1 - 1DE' 2 » etc.'; .Pi. ac<. ipt? iSi ,2 + , etc.; pass'.™® Ec5 1! (i S9 24 v. infr.),etc.;— [Synon. I.">X3,"ip3 , q.v.]: 1. a. keep, have charge of, garden Gn 2 15

"TOtt? (J), ark 1 S <j property in trust Ex 2 2 69 (E), cf. 1S25 31 ; tend flock Gn 30 31 (E), cf. Zc 3 7 Nu 3 8 (P) ; so perh. (obj. om.) Ho 1 2" (where 'v? chosen for parallelism Now Marti al.) ; Pt. '33K V% "ipfc>n Gn 4 9 (J), 'V of sheep 1 S 17 20 , D7?n '& v", onjari 'b» 2 K 22" 2 Ch 34 s2 , D»B>|n 'B> Est *****, cf. v l * etc. b. keep, guard, captives Jos io' 8 (J), 1 K 20 39 , tfft Gn 3 24 (J); keep watch and ward, ?N pers. for whom 1 S 26 15 (^59 ,0 v.3end), l P5?pers.v 16 Pr6 22 ; iy?3 2S 18 12 have a care o/(read y for 'P © and mod.); in hostile sense, "I'V" ?? (in siege) 2 S 1 1", ?5? 'mm Jb 14 16 (but rd. •injjn c. ® Ew Di Du al. [not Hi Bu] ) ; abs. c. J'yo Ec 5' watcheth above, etc. (v. p. 759 a d); keep one's mouth, be prudent of speech tPr 2 1 33 , cf. Mi 7 s ; &eep=protect, save, one's life, E>B3 tPr 13 3 16" 19 16 22 5 , another's Jb 2 6 ; in Pr, ace. pers., subj. wisdom, 4" she shall preserve thee, cf. ( + IP of evil) 6 24 7 5 ; esp. Pt. watch, watchman, of city Is 2I 1UU1 62' (fig.), Ct 3 3 5" ^127'; ^Bn 'B> (in temple) Je 35* + ( v . «ip), Tjbisn ira nna 'tfri iKi4 27 =2Chi2 10 , Dnytfn VNe 13 22 , n?an ncfe* (fig.) Ec 12 3 ; 'v rpan /keep </te /iowse (of David's concubines) t2Si5 ,6 i6 21 2o 3 ; D7?n "lotf 1S17 22 , a^wanl? 2 K 22 14 , DTisn 'B> Ne 2 s , B^n 'B> Est 2' 31415 , trip's? abs. Ju 7 19 Je 5 1 12 . c. hence watch for, waitfm; ace. pers. 1 S 19 11 (to kill him), cf. ^59' (title; ace. IVan); c. , ?i?.3jij'56 7 =dog my steps, 71 10 Je 20 10 ; =watch (suspiciously) Jb io 14 13 27 33 11 ; abs. DnOB'n Jul 24 ; wait for, *Tf3 Jb 24 15 ,

  • ip3? if/ 1 30 6 6 . d. watch, observe, ace. rei 1 S 1 ia

Ec 1 1 4 Jb 39 1 Je 8" (of birds), with intelligence Is42 20 ^io7 43 ; acc.pers. 37 37 (||nKl), Zen"; ace. of sin ^3 1 7 1 30 3 ; ace. rei, for the purpose of avoiding, 1 7 4 . 2 . a. keep, retain, of storing up (food) Gn 4 i 3 '(E); abs. Ec 3 6 (opp. T^)> treasure up (in memory) Gn 37" (E), cf. Mai 2' 1 Ch 29 1S Pr 4 21 (?^> tfV^), 22 13 01JO33); retain wrath Am 1" (read' nx£ "ipe* We Now GASm Marti ; v. also "103 1) + (anger om.) Je 3 s (|| TpJ). b. keep within bounds, restrain, obj. "111? Ex 2i 29 - 36 (E); c. ace. hand, IP of evil I356 2 ; fig. keep thy foot, c. cl. temp. Ec. 4 17 ; Dionp 'sir't^ ^39 2 (® Duahnp^K); appar.reflex.(=Wiph.), t Jos 6 1S (+ D"jnn-fp), poss. sc. DSfS? Di. 3. a. observe, celebrate, ace. of festival, etc., EX23 13 (E), 34 ,9 (J), I2 ,J , of day v ,7 (P), of month Dt 16 1 . b. keep sabbath tDt 5 12 Lv 19 3 ™ 26 s (all H), Ex 3 1 l3 - 1416 (P), Is 56 4 , also ( + i??Dp) v 26 . c. of other obligations : keep covenant Ez 1 7 ,4 , esp. netf

covenantof Dt2 9 9 1 K 1 1" + 5 t., " njnf 1 K 2 a , perform vow Dt 23^; keep commands Je35 ls Ez 2o' s ; esp. nixp, Q"pn, T-pV, etc., of '" (sts. || tta), Ex 20 6 =Dt 5'°, Am 2 4 1 K 2" V 119 s17 - 34 + very oft. (c. 1 20 t.) ; " fJJ t? Gn 1 8 19 (J) + 4 1., "• '371 2 S 22-=f 18 22 , '" "l om. Ju 2 Mb ; D'pny nin-iK 's? p r 2 20 (|| cato ^m y^n), 'v 'Vf! (ways of wisdom) 8' 2 (i/' 1 7 4 v. 1 d) ; foe/), discharge an office, nsns Nu 3 10 i8 ; (both P), abs. 2Ch5 n ; a function or duty, esp.rnO??9 'w LvS 3 * Nui M + c. 32 t. (v. 7 D infr.); ace. of obligation oft. om., esp. D (and R D ) keep and do Dt4 6 7" + 8t.; to do s>™ + 16 t.I> + 3 t., etc. d. o6serue=follow dictates of (prudence, justice, kindness, wisdom) Ho 12 7 (OB^DI IDn), Is 56 1 Pr4 4 5 5 7 12 ; bad sense, observe vanities ^31". — Doubtful are: ~foy? abs. H04 10 , very strange (conj. in We Now Marti) ; "WOtf 1 S 9=', HPS «inK, c f.NowBu Comm -; ^'"readfVipj Yft "W (asv' s , (SCheBae). 4. sts. '< subj.: a,, keep, preserve, protect, ace. pers., +3 of way, etc., Gn28'" n (J), Ex2 3 eo (E; of^P), f 9i n ('D), Jos 24 17 (E) ; ace. pers. (or B>B2) only : 1 S 30 s3 Je3i 9 Nu6 54 (P), Jb29 2 ^i6 1 +io t.ff; + IP ^i2i 7 +2 t.; ace. "^1 1 S 2 9 , cf. Pr f (IP); Pt- IJ.pb' ^ 121 35 , cf. v 4 , etc.; ace. of city 127 1 . b. c. ace. rn?, b pers. Dt 7 12 , + "l?!? v 7 + 5 t., obSv'? np« '^n ^ i 4 6 6 ; nv^ri bt 7 s , etc.; pass, of covenant ('» agent) W^ph i>33 nar?

S 23 s (legal terminology, Dr). 5. keep, 

reserve, weeks of harvest Je 5* (7 pers.). Niph. 3 „ Pf. 3 ms.->pB>3 2 S 20 10 , etc.; Impf.

fs.lO^n Ju 13"; 2 mpl. np^n Ex 23"; 7»«y. 

ms.iptfn Is 7 4 (^i>) ip&n Gn 24" + ; fs. lOffn Ju 13 4 , etc.; — 1. be on one's guard, c. 2^3 2 S 20 10 fey reason of the sword, i.e. against it ; c. 3 temp. 1 S 19 2 , Of 2K6 10 ; ta/fce fce«i Ex 2 3 ,3 (E) Dt 2*; c. IP pers. Ex 23 21 (E), Je 9 3 ; JP rei Ju i3 13 Dt23 10 ; JP inf.ta&e care not to, etc. Gn 3 1 M (E), 2 K 6"; inf. without JP Ex 1 9 12 (J), but rd. prob. nvjtt? ; sq. JB lest Gn 24 s (J) + 1 1 1. (esp. Dt); c. ^K(I) juss. Ex id* {3), Ju 13 4 Jb 3 6 21 , c. Imv. coord. Is 7*. — Very oft. Imv. (24 1.), esp. in phr. I^P^n (12 t.), D?b nptfn (3 t.); 4-D3' , nfe'SJb Dt4 16 Jos23 Il (R D ; +inf.); +'233 Je 17 2 ' appar. 3 pret. on peril of your life (cf. 3 III. 3 a), so perhaps also D3™">3 Mai 2 1516 (WeNow). t2. keep oneself, refrain, abstain, n^ND 1 S 2 1 3 . t3. be kept, guarded, Ho 12" (cf. 'b* of Jacob v 13 ): be preserved (by ) ^3 7^ (thsyb), but rd. prob. ngfl [ttytb) d^s Hu P - Ri(Now)Che Bae Du Dr. tPi. Pt. pi. D^PKTp KW^Pan Jon 2 9 those paying regard to false vanities (cf. Qal V'3 1 ')- tHithp. Impf. 1 s. yijjO "ipriEte} ^ 18" / kept myself from, etc.= 2 S 2 2 24 (vb.'cohort.); 3 ms. ""ipS nipn ipriBh Mi 6' 6 , but read "ifcBTIl <Aom keepest, observest, We Now GASm. f 1. T2C? n. pr. m. (prop, clan-name, cf. Sta zAw»aTO. w* cf Sab nDB , 0s ■ but NAram. ^ DHM z "° """ < 1885) - " SabDenkm «•) ;— 2(n(n)rip, etc.: 1. 't? orig. owner of hill where Sam. was built 1 K 1 6 24 2 2. lOB': a. Levite 1 Ch 6 3 '. b. in Asher 7 s4 , A @L sVw ; =^W v 32 . c. in Benj. 8 12 van d. H.; >*T# q. v. tmOtt) n.f. guard, watch;— 'ti "> HJVtf 'Bb ^i 4 i 3 (|| »tjb^ Wby n-iy?). T"1Q© n.pr.m. 1. father of one of Joash's murderers 2 K 1 2 21 , Sw/iijp, ©L ^fifitjp (called mft q.v., a Moabitess, || 2 Ch 24 26 ). 2. Asherite 1 CI17 32 , 'S.a^p, ^wp np ; =~n?f 2 b. T'Hpw n.pr.m. usu. 2anapti, etc.: 1. in Simeon, 1 Ch 4 37 . 2. father of a hero of David 1 Ch 1 1 4 3. Levites : a. 1 Ch 26'°. b. 2 Ch 29 13 , ZapPpu, lapfrpi.

TSytyti n.pr.m. in Benj. 1 Ch 8 21 , 2apa- 

paB, -pti.

  • n^^T^tl? n.pr.f. Moabitish mother of one

of Joash's murderers 2 Ch 24 26 (m. 2o/«n&>#, A Sapapid) f. ®L2apipap.a>6), Ipp'E'n.pr.m. 2 K I 2 :1 . I [n^CttJJ n.f. eye-lid. (from its guarding the eye)I— pi. cstr. 'Ji? rfPOf ^■ 1 f. t [iQ©] n. [m.] watching, vigil (so Di ; > observance);— >."b I2""!PE' ^Exi2 42 a night of vigils to ' '&] 1»^ V v 42 . t(l)rnCttJ n.pr.m. ( has kept, pre- served); — 2ap.ap{e)ta(s) : 1. VT- a hero of David i Ch 1 2 6 (van d. H. v*). Elsewhere W» : 2. son of Rehoboam 2 Ch 1 1 ". 3. contemporaries of Ezra: a. Ezr io 32 . b. v 41 . TV^JptlJ n.pr.loo. capital of N. Isr. from Omri's time (belonging to clan^p,Bta. 2AV " ,sa) ' I65 - ,75 ; originally |i"»f$ or pVDv' ■ Ab. Samerina COT l K 16 ' 24 ) ; — 'V i K 1 6 24 (name expl. as from lOB', orig. owner of site), v 2SM32 2o 110 +; njhpfe' i K 2o" 2 K 6 19 14"; personified as woman Ez i6 «.oi.»3.m 23 4. 33 . Mng of N _ j 8rael Jg /^ ^L^ TlQttJ

"vcm i K 2i' 2 K i 3 ; Ifc "f** 'fc^ 'O i K 2i 18 , cf. 'B»3 'fc«-i>y ij^id 2 2 52 +9t.; thence name of territory, 'V TTp Ob", 't? ^.V i K 13 32 (point of view of later editor), 2 K 17"-* 2 3 ' 9 ; 'V nn Am 3 9 Je 31 s — cf. "B^n Am 4 1 6 l 1 K 16 24 ; perh. V alone Je 2 3 13 1 K 1 8 2 2 K 7 24!S 2 Ch 2 5 13 ; 'B* ^0 Ne 3 3 '. — © USU. 2a/«ip«a, but 1 K 16 24 2tfi(pa, Saffifpw, Sapopav; = mod. Sebastieh ; vid. GASm 0346 * Buhl 020 "' Cowley «"'•»"'• '■ v - Wilson H " ,DB>V . t [^ jh^C?] adj . gent. Samaritan, only as n.pl. D'rHSB'n 2K17 51 the Samaritans. "I" 1. plftU? n.pr.loc. Canaanite city, with king : Jos 1 1 ', in Zebulun 1 9 10 , "Zvpo&v, Sopfpuv, etc., =pK"lD't? 12 20 . f 11. TVICtt) n.pr.m. sonofIssachar,Gn46 13 Nu 24" I Ch 7 1 ; Zapflpap., 7.ap^pa, Ztpxpuv, etc. 'HITOfJ adj. gent, of foregoing; c. art. as n.coll. '#n Nu 26 24 . trrYlttttJN, rnSttJN n.f. watch (division of time);— abs. rMa n-UOB* ,j, 9 o 4 ; Wh njfrnn rrjbtwn Ju?"; cstr.^pan rvjbf^J EX14 24 (j 1 S 1 1 " ; 'pl.abs. nilDf K La ^'"W 1 1 9 148 . t "'TQCT n.pr.m. in Benj., 1 Ch 8 13 , Sapaptt; A letrapapi, @L iQtrfrrjpapi. TIQtWp n. [m.] place of confinement, gaol, prison ; late, guard, watch, observ- ance ; — abs. 'o Gn 42 ,7 + ; cstr. "lEBI? 40'+ ; sf. VlDBT? Ne 7 3 , etc.; pi. sf. VJ- 13 14 ;— 1. gaol, prison, WXawn IB- TV3 'D Gn40 3 , cf. v 4 (abs.), v 7 41' ; 42 ,7 (abs.), +v 30 (@), D3-10BT? n»| v 19 (all E); jrMar<i-/«>it8eincampLv24 12 (H),Nui5 54 (P). 2. ^wanf, Je 5i 12 Ne 4 316 , 13n ^JK v 17 ; ^warrf- yorf 7 3 ; fig. of' setting a guard/O 7$ D'bTi »| Jb 7 12 ; 6a?id 0/ (Levit.) guards or function- aries iCh26'« Nei2 24 (cf. nnDBiD); act of guarding, '0"?20 Pr 4 s3 a&we a# guarding watch thy heart.— 'oj> Ez 38 7 is doubtful, Hi Co Toy al. reserve; Krae ?&€». 3. pi. observances, services, of temple Ne 13". rn*3C)?p _ n.f. guard, watch, also charge, funotion ; — 'o abs. 2 S 20 3 + , cstr. 2 K 1 1 5 + ; &bs.TYygfo Exi6 M ; sf.VPDtfO Gn 26* + , etc.; pi. nhOBH? 1 Ch 9 a + ; cstr. rrilDBTS Ne 7 s ; sf. Dim. 2 Ch 7«+ , BrPQ. 2 Ch 3i 17 ;— tl. ^wan/, watch: 13 JV3 2 S 20 3 =house of detention, con- finement; ,- re? ™?$ 'O 1 S 22 23 i.e. protected, secure ; c. "lOB/ &e«p <^« wa<cA 2 K 1 i 5 " 1 Ch 1 2 30 (van d. H. v 29 ); =post of watch (fig.) Is 2 1 8 (|| next?), Hb 2 1 (|| -riXD); pi. = {/wards Ne 7 3

Ch 9 s3 . 1 2 . keeping, preserving, 'Dp D3? iTnl 

Ex 1 2 6 i.e. ye shall keep it ; '»j> M^ Wan 1 6 23 , cf. v 32 - 33 - 34 Nu 19 9 (all P). t3. charge, in- junction of c. ISC', in gen. Dt 1 1 1 ( + ni|3n, D'OS^D, nto), cf. Gn 2 6 3 1 K 2 3 , and ('" TWfO 'D) Jos 2 2 3 (all B D ), Mai 3 14 ; of specif, injunctions Lv 18 30 Nu 9 1923 . t4. a. ceremonial office or function (AVRV usu. charge) of priest or Levite (P [esp. Nu], Ez 40, 44, 48, Chr Zc), mostly c.lOB' : nnjCT |3ETp '0 Nu i 33 , "» J3B>D 13 3I 3o.c e^pon 'o Ez 44 15 Nu 3 s9 , iJ?io b^fe '» 18 4 cf. v 3 * 1 Ch 2 3 32 , Bhpn 'D Nu f- 3 " 18 3 1 Ch 23 s2 , ^"Jl? "D (of Isr. in gen.) Ez 44 s , nattsn 'D Nu 18 5 Ez 40 46 , ^ntann Nu 18 s , n*zn 'o Ez 4o 4i

u . rf !3y '° Ne 12 45 ; c. genit. (sf.) 'o '0= 

perform the service imposed by, due to, Lv 8 s5

2 9 Ez 44 916 48 11 Zc 3 7 , Dn^Hj '» Ne 12 45 (of 

Judah in gen.); ffjjn 'O Nu 3 7 *, 1^ "?3 '» 3 s - 38 , |iBnj V.f 'O 3 25 , cf. v 7 "' 31 - 36 4»«**« 18 3 1 Ch 23 s2 ; also, in secular sense, PWC* n'3 'D 1 Ch 1 2 30 ; DKtPO 'D Nu 4 31 , BN^O 'O ?3 v 32 (v 27 read c. © DiGrGray, etc. ni!3B'3 for 'on, and perhaps n-icfD after DS, cf. v 32 ); 'O DiT.bjf j CI19 27 i.e. the duty rested upon them; — 25 s 26" v. 1. HQV c, d (p. 769 supr.); DHOJ) 'D-by 2 Ch 7 s were standing according to (or in) their offices, 'O ^y TOpn appoint to iter q^ces 8 14 35 s . h. pi. of Levitical divisions for service Ne 1 2 9 . II. "lEttf'(v / offoll.; cf.NHD , -!Of=BH, also vb. denom.; % NTVD& ; meaning of v and relation (if any) to I. 'B> obscure ; cf. poss. Ar. J j " be tawny, dark, in colour, Lane 1425 M. fii. ["Told] n.m. i,2s - 6 only pi. lees, dregs (fig.);— abs. D^Of Is 25 s - 6 (in both. = wine matured by resting undisturbed on the lees); sf. 'H'?f"^ *W t 2 ^ Je 48" (of Moab's undis- turbed life), cf. (of careless men) "?$? D^sfsn nnnoB' Zp i 12 ; n^of ^75' ( f '<>'t cup' of judgment). III. ")DU? (/of foil.; mng.dub.; NH^Pf diamond, so Aram. STOK/ (also^mi), ItooaL; A r .. = mimosa gummifera, Lane 1423b ). TIO© v. in. 11#. "I" 1. "T'DOJ n.m. E ' 3,9 thorn(s), adamant, flint;— abs. Vis 5 8 4- ; sf.^f io 17 ;— 1. coll. ■van !) row thorns, thorn-bushes, token of waste-land, only Is, +JVB* Is 5 6 7 21 " 426 27 4 ; fig. 9 17 io' 7 ; 'v pp 32 13 . 2. adamant, as sharp, H 9 ¥ a ' ' ' ri ? ,n ? 'VJ Jei/ (|| -'Tia CJ?3); as hard, fig. of prophet's firmness Ez 3'; Zc f M fig. of hard heart. tn. "WOttl n.pr.loc. 1. in D^?? in J u io ,s , 2a/inp; A @L 2apap«in. 2. in ( n 7 n !) "'l 1 Jos IS 4 *, 2a/mp; A@L 2a<p«p. tin. T^TpXD n.pr.m. Levite, i Ch 24" Qr, ayLTjp, 2€fjt/irjp (Kt "HOC). &Dtf (/of foil.; mng. unknown ; NH = BH; Ph. CDC; As. XamSu; Aram. NEW, U»X, OAram., Palm. CDC Lzb 379 ; Ar. ( _ r t£, Sab. ODCV goddess, SabDenkm 21)Mllr DHM B "- 8 -

^yj c l Z,,G " ,(19<)0) - 408,r - J^gK299 JJjjZMGlli(1887),712 

ttJOCJ n.f. Ju19 ' 14 et m. " 19 ' 23 (Albr ZAW,v (i895», :«) sun ; _ a b s .'B> Jos 1 o 12 + , &$ Ju 20 43 + ; sf. ^cpc" is 60 20 , new j e 15 9 ; pl.*sf. ^ticdc Is 54 12 ; — !• « MM , Gn37 9 (E; +raoon, stars); marking time: as rising (vb. rot q.v.) Ex 22 2 (E) + 8 t. + Mai 3 20 (fig. RgT| 'C, of reward of the faithful, with wings, i.e. rays? NowGASm; or winged sun-disc [cf.We]?); vb. NXJ Gn 19 s11 (J), Is 1 3 10 Ju 5 31 (sim. of splendour ; v. N^ 1 f ) ; setting (vb. Vfat) Gn 15" (J), Am 8 9 +i 9 t., + xb '&n vn Gn 15 12 (JE), isiap »t 'c + 1 04" (v. Nto 1 i, NtoD 2); as giving' day light Is6o 9 ; hot iSn 9 Ne7 3 Exi6 !1 (P),cf.Is49 10 Jon 4 s fr 1 2 I s ; as ripening crops Dt33 I4 (poem), cf. (fig.) Jb 8 16 , tanning the face Ct 1 6 ; standing still at Joshua's word Jos io 1213 * (poem in J; II DT5). v ,sb (J), cf. Hb 3" (+riT) ; casting shadow (on dial), Ife THK nibjm BY* Is 3 8 8 , '#n 2fm v s ; set in sky by *» Je 3i 25 Vi9 5 74 16 136 8 , enduring 72 s " (cf. Dp 1 g, P- 768 ; [n3B] II. 4 a (e), p. 817), also 89 s7 ; personif., called to praise "* 148 3 ( + ITV); to be darkened by '<'s judgment, Ez 32* Jo 2'° 3 4 4 15 (cf. Am 8 9 supr., Mi 3 6 ). 2. of direction : 'B"n rnjOO Nu 2 1" (E) toward sun-rise, = East, cf. Dt 4 41 - 47 + 1 6 t. ( v . mip p. 280); 'tfn NUD Dt 1 1 30 +3 t. (v. N13D 2, p. 99). 3. obj. of worship (usu.+ moon, stars, etc.) 2 K 23 s Je 8 2 Ez 8 16 Dt 4 19 ; horses given to 'c 2 K 23 11 , 'C"n ni:i3"ip v n . — Vid. also 'C 1V3 p. 1 1 2 b . 4. other phr. : fa. 'Wn TO, i.e. openly, publicly, 2 S 12 12 Nu 25 4 (P), so 1*3 >?]><? 2 S 12 11 . tb. fig. of living, 'C nrn ^, 5 8 9 , 'C nan Ex6 5 7 11 1 i 7 , opp.t5>n -icnri 12 2 . c. 'B>n nnri, i. e . on the earth, Ec i 3 +

t. Ec (cf. Gk. ty fktr, Kue 0,,dllL1Mi KM '»>»). 

5. pinnacle, as glittering, shining, pi. IS54 12 thy pinnacles, battlements (of Zion), so perhaps sg. Crbx "• f3D* 'C ,j, 84 12 battlement and shield is 'x *> (Gr Bae Du Buhl ; most sun, and so Thes De Che SS ; Hup-Now hesitates). ptJJTDtt? n. pr. m. Samson (As. n.pr. Samsdnu, Hilpr Mu^ * ,, " ,^7 • 7(, ; on CDC in Ar. n.pr. trib.cf.Nb z " G * 1<1886,16S );— lap+wv. JU13 24 14' 3 + 35 t. JU14, 15, 16. t"Hiypi*j n.pr.m. inBenj. iCh8 M , ivptaoapia, A Sapurapta, ©L 2ap.ifraia. V»ttj v. [npc]. fttJ, ^ v. ?kc n>3. >jttj v. pe>. N3© v. I. rnjcl N2©' v. njc / Hfe, T2N31ZJ n.pr.m. king of Admah Gn 14 2 , ■S.(vvaa P (v.">¥?C v l , © id.). tKX5 v. sub II. n:c. t"WM3ttJ n.pr.m. uncle of Zerub. 1 Ch 3 18 , aw(rap, ©L2aratrap (EMey En, " ehun » 77 cp."!X3CC, butv. Now"" 1 ' 1 ). JJl. ( v of following ; meaning dub.). TaattJM n.[m.] window- lattice (3JCK Ecclus42 n );— abs. 'at Ju s 28 ; sf. ^fK Pr f (both 11 im tl- [TWt&n vb. change (NH Pi, etc.; Ecclus 42 24 , etc.; As. Santl, change, Aram. &W, Nab. Ethpa. Lzb 379 ; Syr. jLia., esp. mentally = grow insane,- cf. (prob.) NH rut? year, =Ph. n:c, nt? ; MI 2 - 8 nc ; As. lattu (cf. Muss-Arnolt JBL,l08B).73n.). Af £ r^ . Aram . ^ Kjgt, |J J| . ) JkCxi. ; OAram., Nab., Palm. snJB', n3C, ne*, V Lzb 3,9f '; on year from changing seasons, v. Philippi 2 * 10 """ <1878) ' 79t P )a ZMOlII(18S7).612,621,636/ esl) against DHM VI " MOrtm ' »°« r - li1 - 452 who proposes bilit. V), cf. Thes ; a daring suggestion by Jen za ,11 o«*>. 177) ._ Qaj P f j s tfl^ «t, Mal 3 e j am '"',1 do not change; Impf. 3 ms. JOB* (Ges !77rr ) La 4 1 how is the fine gold changed (si vera 1. ; Lbhr No - *jfc ; gloss on D^ Bu Lbhr); /«/. edr. fvby pp^ niJB* V 77" the right hand oftheHighest is changed (<S 33 X Aq Sym Theod Hup-Now EVm Bae Du We Buhl ; AV RV Ew De Che al. years, usu. ins. I will remember); Pt. D'JiB'Esti 7 differing, different, c. JO, cf. 3* (so Ecclus 42 s4 ); mtr>

tratf Pr24 21 those who change (but dub., v. Toy). Pi. transit., cltange, alter : Pf. 3 ms. n3B> Je 52 s3 c. ace. garments, =N|e>(Ges lc ) 2K25 29 ; /»n^f. 3 ms. T^ ^W*. Pr3 i*Zes< hepervert the judgment ; i3B^. 1 S 21" (read ff$ Ges !75bb , f^JJ We Dr (and reff.), cf. Bu HPS Now), c. ace. ioyo (v. DJtt? , and As. sane temi, madness) ; HSE^I Est 2 9 , i.e. changed her place D't^ari TV? aiBp; 1 s. ^89^ the utterance of my lips I will not change (|| *nna ^n« tfi>); i n f. cstr.Wfm* rra&'.b j e 2 3li i.e. change thy political course; toyttVIK iniSB'a ^34' (title; cf. 1 S 21 14 supr.); Pt. VJB nsehp Jb 1 ^"altering his face, i. e. in death (subj. God). Pu. Impf. 3 ms. MB* VJB tJH (Ges» 76rr ) Ec 8 1 , usu. »'« clianged, mollified, Siegf WB'? »« fortea" (on 'B Ti? v. * 4, -v/tTSJ). Hithp. P/. 2 fs. consec. n , 3PlE i ni NJ Mplp 1 K 1 4 2 arise, pray, and disguise thyself. PUtt? n.f . (on appar. exc. v. Albi^ AW "' <I896 >-

) year (etym. v. </) ; — abs. 'v Am 2 W + ; cstr. 

n3B*Gn4i 5 " + ; sf.in3B , Ez46' 3 +,nrWLvi4 10 + 2 t.; du. DWl? Am i' + , Dfl-iK I5 25 + ; pi. tMB»Ex 2i 2 + ^ cstr. "if Gn 23' + 24 t., rfof Dt 3 2 7 + 8 t. (poet, and late) ; sf. V JB> Lv 2 g" + 4t. sf.; •CrtJf' Is 3 8 l5 V3i", Qn^ 78 M + 8t. sf.; — year, as division of time, EX23 1417 3 t. no$a + , etc. ; '#n rven Dt 1 1 ,! , opp. '$? rrnriK v w , 'B>n riKx Ex 23 16 , 'Wn nBipn 34 =* 2 Ch 24 23 , 'e»n n31E>n 2811' + , etc. ; fWtO 2 K 1 3 20 , rd. 'V K33 © Bur, 'B>a 'K> ptO Kit' cf. 'BO '&= year by year I S i' + ; nj#3 Benz, cf. Ne io 33 ; so't? 'c'Dt I4 22 , 'e> 1W 'e> 2 S 2i', 'en 'E'-baa Estp 21 - 27 ; esp. of duration of life; 'B »n W(»d;) Gn 23 1 25' + (P); On*!? Jb 36" + , *n«e> </>■ 3 1 '" (|| '50), etc. ; of God Jb 10 5 f 102 2 " 9 ; 'in phr. of age, v. J3 9, na 9 ; indef. Q"if Ez 3 8 ,r =/or years, 'V fp5> Dn 1 1 6 ; D , ?e» flj is OTpftlJ 1 S 29 s ; specif, ^t?n 'nto nsfa is6' 14 28 , frnri x'a rue's 20', nKiDE'n rue* i)t 15 9 31'", ba^n rue> Lv " + , etc.; ■Va'E' ♦jff' Isi6 u 2 1 1B (v. Tab') ; Drnpe rue* j e n»+ a t.; y fto 'e? is6i 2 , etc.; "ftp*! HUf Dt 3 2 7 , cf. Jo 2 2 ; most oft. c. num. card.: pi. after units, appos., Ex 2i 2 +, so also DUB> ti)rf 2 S 2 10 + , but du. tt®$ Am 1 » + 4 t., B'P; O'Dje* Gn 4 1 ' + 4 t.; very rarely c. num. (certainly) cstr. DUB* 'Pie* i S 1 3 1 (corrupt), 'V vbf Lv25 2 '; 8 + iW+2k 22 1 ; before unit (rare, late) 2 Ch 1 1 1717 Dn I s ; sg. after 1 1-19, tens, and hundreds Gn 5 3 - 9 1 4 4 + oft. ; so 90 + 9 years 17** + , rarely 30 + 3 years 1 K 2", etc.; but DUB* *)JK 1//90 4 1000 years, so ( + &???!{?) Ec 6 6 1000 years twice over; with cp. num. oft. repeated, 900 year+ 30 year Gn 5 s , etc.; 100 year + jo year + 5 years 25', etc.; c. num. card.=ord., J» »ais n^a 1 K22 41 m the fourth year of, etc.," also t» HJB' D'B'tDn rifz 2 K 15 23 , etc.; but i> 'e> nn^y vaiKa 2 K i8 13 , etc. (oft.), and ntb-y hnsn nim i K e' 39 , etc. ; also (c. units), nya-in' him Lv i 9 24 + , etc., + 1 ? zKiftte ninth year of, etc.; and even (Ges* I34p ) nJK'a i> D'ye'Piri 2X25", cf.Ezr7 s Je 46 2 5i M +(Kt) 28 1 32 1 (QrnjE ! 3). II. JlJt^ (v/of foil., meaning dub.; Thes cp. Ar. L shine, Eth. (K; = wKl be beautiful, DP 1 , cf. Philippi 2 **" 11 " 1878 '- 79 ; but As. sinitu is dyed clothY "•itt? n.[m.] scarlet (prop, coccus ilicts, which attaches itself to leaves and twigs of quercus coccifera ; the dried body of female yields colouring matter; cf. Tristr NHB319 Post H M t.DB8cA«"T M'Lean Enc ' Blb - "'■);— usu. 'B': nippl fWl '$n On Jos 2 19 this cord of thread of scarlet, t0n 'n v !1 , 'K»n PW Ct 4 3 (sim. of lips) ; so 'tf(n) alone Gn 38 s130 (J), and as material of clothing 2 S i 24 Je 4 30 Pr 31 21 (pi. D'je>; on order of 11. v.Toy); pl.also in sim. Is i 18 if your sins are like scarlet (robes); elsewh.(P) '#(?) ny^in (v.'n) of material for curtain, veil, ephod, etc., Ex25 4 26' + 24 t. Ex ;• 'e* 'n n?3 Nu 4 8 (v. 11. '3 2); cstr. 'n(n) "if used in purif., + Lv 1 4 « ' 9 <»•* Nu 1 9". till, n^li^vb. repeat, do again (NH id.; Ecclus 42 1 ; Ar. ^LS bend, fold, double; Aram, ton repeat, also teach, Jl; As. sanil, esp. Pi. repeat, relate, cf. Scheil ZA,089< "' 409 (Dl thinks denom.) ; on 'b* as V of Q)??' two, v. Philippi zmo «m (ms). 77 Ba ,b - *" " eg! >- m ) ;— Qal Pf 3 ms. 'b» 2 S 2o'°; /mjo/. 1 s. fUBta 1 S 26 s , etc.; Znw. mpl. Of' 1 K i8 ;m ; Pt. rp p r 17 9 26";— do again : <h 'V &> . . . W1JJJ 2 S 20 10 , cf. 1 S 26"; abs. 1 K 18 3434 Ne 13 21 ; = speak again Jb 29" + 40 5 acc. to many moderns (rWN for MT mytt) ; 13"13 'V Pr 1 7' repeat with a thing, keep talking about it (naT nWB> Ecclus 42 1 ); 26" a dullard repeals with (a) his folly, does it over again (learns nothing by experience). Niph. Inf cstr. D^pya ny-iB-^K Dii>nn rrt^n i>$n Gn4i 32 (E) concerning the dream's being repealed, etc. trk), D^IW (Philippi 2 "° "" 0895 »' «» Ges » 97bn< "') ' 7M n.m." et f. du. two (NH id.; Ph. D3B»K (and »» second), Pun. D3B» Lzb 380 ; Ar. "•3BJ

ptf J&;, Sab. -3fi Horn 01 " 47 , Aram, pn, r *t (Krw , Uli IT second) ; Nab. pin , Palm. f. jmn , N'nin, Lzb 388 ; As. find; on etym. v. -/, and esp. Philippi ZM0 "*" (,sra> - 2l " 9S ) ; — m. (o. n.m.) Oftf* Am 3 3 + ; cstr. 'W Is 7" + , sf. Dn)f Qn 2 2S + , etc. ; f. (c. n.f.) hrf Am 4 a + ; cstr. "ftf Gn4 19 , , riB Is f + , etc., VlEto J u 1 6™(v. GFM); sfs. v. infr. (2 + 10=12, v. infr.); Hex chiefly P: — two: 1. no other num.: a. usu. cstr. before n.pl. (tWVf) 'W Gn 24"+ 194 t. + 2 S 2 3 2 ° || 1 Ch 1 i 22 (ins. '?3 © Th mod., otherwise RS .m.i.469.2,idedMft.^. (D'CO) WW Gn4 ,9 +I32 t.,

S io 4 ins. n<n33 KloHPSBuNow; Lvi6 21 

read du. 1»T Qr^ + Ju i6 ffl (v. supr.) + n^priB> IS47 9 both these things; before n.sg., s if Ex 16 22 (Ges» 134e ); &f.a?WthetwoofthemGn2* , + 62 1., + Pr 24" ( > <A«V years <5 $ De al.; prob. crpt., v. Toy), 13-3E5* Gn 3 i 37 + 2 t., D^Jf +Gn 27 4S ; OrvriB> (msf.! Ges^tRui'V 1 . Ip-rtlSiS* Ez 23". b. abs. (1) onf (90 1.), before n.pl. Ju n 37 +26t.; after n.pi. 2 S I 1 Ex 29' + 21 t. (usu. P Chi), n.sg. (coll.) Gn 46 s7 Nu 7 17 + 1 1 1. Nu 1 7 ; n. om. Gn 7= 44 s7 + 26 t.; V 'V distrib. Gn7 9 + ; 'vb cut in two tsKf Je34 18 ; =double amount tEx2 2 3 - 6 - 8 (E); / B> , 9 tDt 2i 17 double 2>ortion, + in'" 1 ! + 2 K 2 9 i» (of) <% sjnrit, + R) fZc 3 18 ; (a) BJ&f (55 1.), bef. n.pl. 1 K 3 111 + 1 6 1.; after n.pl. (usu. P and late) 2 Ch 24 3 + 9 t.; n. om., =two things tlssi 19 Jb 13™ Pr 30 7 ; VFf=twice 1 2K 6'" Jb40 5 ^62" (or as Pr 30'), '5^3 Jb 33 14 either so, or in two ways RVm (v. De); as ordin. ) Bfif Kf 3 1 K 1 5 s5 + 9 t., etc.; (3) as round number, D75? &V? 1 K 1 7" a few sticks (Germ. ' ein paar '), cf. 2 K 9" Is 17 6 ; vfof D"3f Am 4 s , D*Jf* D5?3 Ne 13 s0 , cf. Je 3 14 nnSE'SD I>5f* "V?0 iriK — a small no.; Ezr io 13 not for one or two days (but for many), 2 K 6'°. 2. twelve : c. n.m. I^V *# Gn 42"+ 87 t., n'fV ^ Ex 28" + 4 t; c. n.f. ni'E'j; DVf Ex2 4 4 +34 t., rnby Wf> tEz32 ,ir '33 21 ; beforen.pl.Gni7=°Exi5 27 + ; after n.pl. Nu7 S4S4 + ; before n.sg. Ex 2 8 21 + , Gni4 4 (i2year) + , etc.; as ord.,i'B>y DW DV3 DV Nu 7", n}E> rn'e'jf '■jnB'a Ez 32 ' + , etc. 3. with larger num.: 10 (etc.) + 2, 2 S 8 5 Ju 10 s + 56 1.; 2 +io(etc.)Nui 3S (P), 2Ch22 2 +i8t. (K* 1 "* Ges* 9 "); 200 + 2 + 30, 1 K 2o' 5 j 50 + 2 as ord. 2 Ki 5 27 + 2 t.; cf. 2 + 20, 1 Ch 24 17 . TCJ m. n" 1 !^ f. , 57 adj . num. ord. second; — >:i&n Di>3 Ex 2 13 + , etc. ('it?* 8 2 t. + Ne 3 30 , read n-p; read W™ also I Ch 6 13 for <JCl); "3^3 TWB'ri Gn 47 18 +, etc. (n"0t? 72 t. + Ne 3" v. supr.), 'E> D-D; nySE* Lv la*** 1 a second Aeptad of days; TFffma second time Gn22 li +l6t.+ ( = again, of similar — not identical — act, or another point in a series) Ez 4" Mai 2", rngfrl 2 S i6 19 ; tmpl. D>3f Nu 2" they shall set out as second, but Gn 6 16 second stories (in ark). tptwCJO n.[m.] double, copy, second; — abs. 'oGn 4 i 4I + ; cstr. "Jf? Je i6 18 + 3 t., so read also Dt 15 18 (van d. H., >n3- Gi), Je i7 18 (GieBuhl al.); sf. VHBT? iS8= + ; pi. D^fO

Ch 15" (1 S 15 9 Ezr i 1 " v. infr.);— 1. (the) 

double: 'B 'IDS Gn 43 12 (J) money of double amount, cf. ^D? '° T " (^)< a double amount (in) money (Ges* 131 ') ; 'O 13$ Ex 1 6 22 (P) ; "f« ^ 'D '«! v 5 (P) the double above what they gathered daily ; ~V?& 1?^ njeto Dt 1 5" (v. Dr) ; Djty 'O Je 16 18 the double oftlmr guilt, 17 18 (v. supr.); a double portion Is 61 77 Zc 9 12 , Jb 42 10 . 2. written copy of law Dt 1 7 ' 8 Jos S 32 (D). 3. second in order : a. second rank, 'BH ri33"ip Gn 4 1 43 (J), 'on 331 2 Ch 35"; of pers.' one second in rank, priest next to high-priest, '&(?)

K 2 3 4 25 18 =Je 52 24 ; 'oS ^rpns r s 2 3 17 . 

^bon njeto 2 Ch 28', rj^'DEst io 3 ; iCh 15"

5 ' 2 Ch 3 1 12 ; VPIKO '6 Nen 17 .— 1 S 15 9 read 

(cf. @ S) tr30B>sn (Ne 8 10 ) Th, tTfOfS or D*}»jfO WeDrBu, etc. (Ez 34") ; 'BT? Ezri 10 is appar. corruption of a numeral, b. second in age, 1 S 8 2 1 7" 2 S 3' I Ch 5". 3. second quarter, district, of city, nSB'tpn 2 K 22" = 2 Ch 34 2! : Zp i 10 , cf. HJipi? Tjj'n Ne n 9 over the city, viz. the second quarter. tM3# n.[m.] repetition (!);— fJJJT' ^| i^68' s thousands of repetition, i.e. thousands twice-told, Che; redoubled, Dr, i.e. thousands on thousands (Du, reading H?^, as N3B'c.sf.remov«£ <Aem, treating 'p3 ♦TOO 'JIK JN2B' as gloss). n :© v. v is* . D^n^ttJ v. >/ pt?. t[|Jti^] vb. whet, sharpen (cf. Ar. ^Z, id.; Aram. W , ?f, )lLI» «Aa»y, etc.; Eth. [ft}};] in, 2, •fffl}}: contend, litigate; hence I5T <oo<A, NH t&, As. Imnit, Ar. ^, Eth. fll: Aram. K3?', [11); — Qal tr/te«, sharpen: Pf 1 s. TIO P"! 3 'niSB* DS (Ges' CTM ) Dt 32 4 ', of v s preparation for judgment; 3 pi. (3^3) tyV Dj'iB'p ^ 64 4 140 4 of uttering sharp words; Pi. pass. D , 3«B' sharpened, of arrows, Is S 28 V' 45", fig. of tongue 120 4 , of false witness Pr 25 18 .

  • p

vast Pi. Pf consec. T?.?|» Dn ???i Dt 6 7 i. e. teach the words incisively, Germ. ' einscharfen.' Hithpo . Impf. i s. V' 73 21 in my kidneys pine's / teas pierced (of poignant envy). fi. W n.f. ls2 - ,3 (yetm. iSi 4 5 cf. Dr)tooth, ivory ;—'v abs. Ex 2i 24 + , cstr. v 27 + , ~)f Dt 3 2 54 ; sf.^Ex2i 17 ; du. CMS? Pno* cstr. *?* Je 3 i M + ; sf. Qnw ,/, I24 6 , iDW 5 8 7 , etc.;— 1. tooth: a. of man, Ex 2i 27 - 27 - 27 (E), Nu n M (J), Gn 4 9 12 (poem in J), Am 4 6 Ct 4 2 6 6 , npi 'B* Pr 25", v. II. yjn 2 ; of tec talionis, 'V DH? 'E> Ex2i S4 (E),Lv24 ;o (H),'E'3 ?TDti9 21 ; irritated hv acid Pr io 26 , dulled by it (in proverb of inherited guilt) Je 31 2930 Ez 18 2 ; '0 Pin La 2 16 Jb 16" f 35" 1 1 2 10 , v. PI? ; >j^b nba Kt?K Jb i 3 14 =re«fc my life (del. nO"^, dittogr.; || T??

  • 333 D'B'K); 'J0 lija ig 20 , v. B&J Hithp. (other

conj. v. Di Bi Bu Du). b. of beasts : Dt 32 14 , crocodile Jb4i 6 , locusts Jo i 6 (teeth of lions); esp. fig. of false prophets Mi 3 s , of foes Zc o/, oppressors Jb 29 17 , wicked 4 10 ^3' 58' 124 6 ; of their weapons Pr 30 14 i/c 57 s ; of Isr. shattered by c. tooth of a fork, tine, 1 S 2 13 (cf. Dr Sm - M1 ); of cliff, J^BTJ p i 4 « c f. Jb 30 28 , Ufa 1 S 1 4 5 . 2. ivory, of commerce, ft? ni3"lp Ez27 15 (i.e. tusks 1); as material, 't? niBD Am6 4 , tt^KB? 1 K io 18 = 2 Ch 9 17 , fn n>3 1 K 2 2 39 , cf. Am 3 15 , 't? •JoVJ ^ 45 5, also Ez 27 s Ct 5 15 7 5 . . jtt? n.pr.loc. '#n 1 s ;» v . n?E» p. 446*. Tn2 , 2tpn.f.sharp(cutting) word, taunt; — Dt 28 s7 1 K 9 7 = 2 Ch 7 20 , Je 24" (cf. f 6 4 4 140 4 ). tD^niCJ appar. n. m. j pi.], in list of Solomon's imports, 1 K io 1K = 2 Ch 9 21 , AV RV ivory (elsewh. f?' alone); hence ^3.^ = elephants ace. to Ges (in Thes) Ew Hi Sclir ZMG " ,ll(,8,3) - 709 COT 1 K , cf. ® (2 Ch, and A in 1 K) <58<Wa.i> A*- (fximvav, 33 (in i K) dentes elephanlorum, £ ; but this very dub.; < rd. Rod" 1 " Th Be Che m. M tnanQ) ft? i vory (and) ebony (Ez 27 15 ). t[DJt^] vb. Pi. gird up (si vera 1.; in Talm. (Aram.) Ylf=bind sandals; NH fJB' thong); — Impf. 3 ins. fjfl VjnD D3t?jl 1 K 18 46 . J"0ttj ^ 132 4 v. nit? p. 44 eo. tlWC? n. pr. loc. Shinar = Babylonia (=Bab.£umer acc.toCOT G " »• ' al.,> denied by Hal*"- *"•««.«« Jen 2K »<>^ 4 "; Egypt. Sangar (WMM A ^ 1 »'™),Te]A m .£ari7<ar(Wkl T ' ,A,n - 2S ) identif. with 't? by Mey Ew,,tl * c * 63 ; cf., further, Pinches u " u DB s " s ") ;— 't? fy$ Gn 1 o 10 1 1 2 Zc 5 11 Dn i 2 ; '&ift (Amraphel) Gn 14 29 ; 't? alone Is 11" (as place of diaspora); U> nviK Jos 7 21 ; © USU. 2cv(v)aap ; Zc 5" (eV yfi) Ba/3i/Xwvor. n3tp sZeep, v. njt?' 8U b !?* . ('[nDlC'] vb. spoil, plunder (rarer syn. of&t?, m; with this -/WMM A!uKur131 con- nects Egypt, name of Beduin plunderers Sds [$a-su, sa-sa]; connex. doubted by Jen ZAl(1895) - w ) ;— Qal Pf. 3 pi. te^ 1DB> f 44 » f&y gander /or themselves ; Impf. 3 ms. 'U1 "ISIS npt?^ Ho i3 16 ; elsewh.P*. D'D'B' plunderers Ju2 14 2K17 20 ; c. ace. loc. 1 S 23 1 ; c. sf. (as obj.) Wp't? 1 S i 4 48 (prob. pl.=*Tgy, so Sta p3i5 Dr Bu, cf. Ges S9,k ), «'pit? Is 17" (|| W'Tja), Dn"pK' J u 2 16 ; ^DtS* Je 3 o 16 Qr (Kt v. DDt?; || Tjnp); cstr. "r6m 'DB> 50"; ^a«s. ,! lDBi n»3T>Jf Is 4 2 m . P5'. = Qal P/. 1 s. »tfrW (Ges 56 ") Is io 13 , c. ace. rei ; read also prob. Pt. nplBTD Is 4 2 24 (|| &$&), for nD1B»D Kt, npBTp Q r; so Du Klo Che Hpt " Marti. t [DDUf] vb. id. (|| form of nDB>);— Qal Pf. 3 pi. 'nBB 1 if, 89 42 they Aa«e plundered him; Impf 3 mpl. 1Bb*Jl Ju 2 14 (ace. pers.) ; 1 S 17 53 (ace. loc); Pi. sf.TJ'DNt? Je3o 16 Kt (Qr v. not?), Aram, form, Ges* 67 '. Niph. be plundered, rifled, of houses : Pf. 3 pi. consec. 'BtWI Zc i 4 2 ; Impf. 3 mpl. *B$] Is 13 16 . tnDtiJQ n.f. booty, plunder ; — abs.'D 2K 2i 14 + , S0IS42 24 Qr (not?D Gi, nffB Baer; Kt CtDWD, usu. read nErttyO, <read nDitW, v . riDB> Po); pi. abs. niDB-D Hb 2;— plunder, spoil, prey, usu. 'O? Hfl (and || 13) 2 K 2 1 14 Je 3o' 6 Hb 2 7 Zp 1" (|| noot?), cf. Is 42 21 (v 24 see above). t JJVVf] vb. divide, cleave (NH Pi. tear apart ; X la Pa. La 3 11 tear in pieces (for >§ DB*)); —Qal P<. (c. ace. cogn. »DB'): ms. l?Dt!n npns ypB' Lv i i 7 (P; on V cf. Lag iiN64 ) cleaving the cleft of the hoof i.e. having cloven hoof, so fs. nypb* v 3 , cf. Dt 1 4 6 ; nyp't? ns?^ 9Q0 Lv 1 1 26 (P); pass. nflUfn nDnan Dt 14 7 . Pi. tear in. two, a lion, kid,' Impf, Inf. cstr. VBB'3 ^DB^l , l? i ! 1 Ju 1 4 6 ; a bird (by, or at, its wings), Pf. 3 ms. consec. ink VBKh Lv i 17 (P); Impf 3 ms. (Dnaia VB'jK-nS) J?B^1 1 S 24 s gives too violent a meaning; prob. crpt. for word — restrain, or the like Dr HPS, cf. BuNow (hesitantly). jrac

tj*DlT n.[m.] cleft;— as acc.cogn.c.[VpB'], q.v.; abs. Lv i i 2c , cstr. v 3 - 7 Dt 14 8 . t[*lDti^] vb. dub.: Pi. hew in pieces (Vrss and context) ; — Imp/. 3 nn.'Hrfj] 1 S 1 5 s3 , ace. pers.;— Gr Dr HPS qy. V??')!, but improb. f ])JU vb. gaze (steadily, with interest, etc.) (As. h'4, behold, look for, aim at); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'e> Gn 4 s , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. <!}>& Is 17 78 , apoc.VB*?lGn4 4 , 1 s.ny^K(Ges*' 51 )f « i9 117 > etc.; Imv. ms.nyf Jbi4 6 ; mpl. Wis 22 4 ;— gaze at, regard (with favour), "•su.bj., c.-WGn 4" (J); c.OTperB.=twrngazeaiMyIs22 4 Jb'] ii 'Thes Ew Che, -)- prob. io 20 (for IVE^), c. ?5?D pers. 14 6 ; man subj., regard God (with trust, devotion), c. ?3? Is 1 7 7 3 1 1 ; c. b» rei 17 8 ; c. 3 of words, statutes, Ex 5' (J) ^ 119" 7 ; abs. 3 fpl. Hfflfc Is 32 s shall not behold makes no sense, read prob. nrpn (,/l. yyp, Ew and most); 3 mpl. W&1 2 S 2 2 42 they look (about) for help, < as Bf l8*Vj#;. Hiph. Imv. ms.^SO VVn ^ 39 » cause thy gaze to turn, away from me (see also -/I. V3)E>), <Qal "5?f as Jb 14 6 (cf. 7" Is 2 2 4 ) Hup Bae Du Ges * " ". Hithp. Impf. 2 ms. apoc. yriB'rH'K IS41 10 graze no< a6ow« (in anxiety, || *JV») J 1 pi. n|§^ (Ges» 76 ') v 23 Ze< tu too* ai each other (in rivalry, v. iIXT Hithp.). U,J/ lu (-/of following; Ar. ]om ii. pound to pieces) . + [ntoyttj] n.f. stamping (of hoofs);— cstr. vyax niD-is naw Je 47 s . TMI337C? n.m. mixed stuff (perh. of Egypt, origin ; Kn der. from Copt, saht, woven, + nudj, false (Peyron 1 " 224 - 133 ), and thinks orig. flOffl>j © has ki'j38i)Xos, spurious); — a kind of cloth forbidden for garments; defined Dt 22" by HIT BMNfftp "IDS, and Lv 19 19 (H) by D]«>2. t$# v. -*"?'!?>. I. T^ttf' (-/of following; NH b$& deep, depth, of sea; Aram. t&W, xby&, )}.N?la — BH pytf]). t [S^if?] n.[m.] hollow hand, handful ;— 1. hollow liand : (f.^Jflfa Is 40 12 (fig. of hold- ing waters). 2. handful : pi. D^Vf 1 K 20' (dust, in hyperb.); cstr. tFlfy *bw (as if fr. [bw] Ko" 4 3S ) Ez i^liandfuh of barley. pmta T ^iytTQ n.m. hollow way, road shut in; — cstr. a'p-jan 'D Nu 22" (JE) i.e. road shut in between vineyards. II. lyp (/of foil.; NH iw, W; Ar. JUL", ifctfj Aram. M^j?, JLiX, all=BH W). fi. 7V*lttJ n.m. ct21i fox, perhaps also jackal;— abs. 'v Netf*; pi. atyvt? Ju 15*+,

    1. Ez 13 4 Ct 2 l6X> ;—fox (prob.) Ne 3 s5 Ct 2 1Jli ;

perh. (fr. large no.) jackal Ju 15 4 ; as haunting ruins Ez 13 4 La 5 18 ; eating offal ^ 63 11 . fn. 75W n.pr.loc. district in Israel; — V H? iS T i3 17 (n-)SV TJ^); not identified.— Vid. also 'E> IXn p. 347 b supr. fm. byw n.pr.m. in Asher; — 1 Ch 7 s6 , SouXa, A 2ovaX, ©L 2ouav. T D'O^yttJ n.pr.loc. (perh. haunt of foxes; Ar. Jjbu , As. selibu, fox) ; — in (orig.) territory of Dan, Ju i 35 (cf. GFM, on etym. and site), I K 4 9 , Bahaficiv, 2aXa/3ci/i, Ju also at a<!mfK(c, as doublet, or (A ©L) alone ; = r?^ Jos 1 o 42 , <i(a)Xa|3«i>. 'p^Ol?© v. foregoing. t^lSx*^ adj.gent. (of foregoing?);— 2 S

32 =lCh II 33 ; o SaX/SoJXfirijt, 2«Xn0fflfi, etc. 

TD^byttJ n.pr.loc. district in Israel; — 'V HS r 8 9*> Eacra«ft, A 2aaX«,i, ®L StyaXfi^i J near Michmash Schick ZPV "" 248 ; not identified; =D':ii>ye> We Dr Now ; cf. 11. byw Th HPS Bu. D5?C7 -/assumed by Thes for bV&ft n.pr. q.v. t[j 1 J't£'] vb. Niph. lean, support one- self —Pf 3 ms. consec. jyf?1 Nu 21 15 Is io 20 ;

pi. USSM 2 Ch 14 10 , etc.; >»»/>/. 3 ms. 1V& Jb 

8 15 + , etc.; Imv. mpl. O^TI Gu 18 4 ; Inf. cstr. fVB'n Is io 20 , s^pto 2 Ch i6 7 - 8 , etc.; Pt. )>m

S i 6 + ; — lean, c. ?J? itpow, 2 S i 6 2 K 5 18 7 217 , 

against pillars Ju 1 6 26 , house Jb 8 13 (fig.) ; nnn r?»n Gn 1 8 4 ( J) ; poet, of cliff, bc$ *t7 Nu 2 1 ]5 leans to (upon) the border of Moab; lean (fig. = trust) upon, ?5? pers. king Is io 20 Ez 29' 2 Chi6 7 ; '^y Mi 3" Isio 20 2 Ch 13 18 14 10 i6 78 ; VnSa Is 50' ; abs. Jb 24 23 ; D'p1D"bj? Is 31 1 ; by c. n. abstr. 30 12 Pr 3*. T13*ttJM n.pr.loc. in hills of Judah Jos 15", Sopa, ©L E<rav. X2 ]VW2 tpWQ n.[m.] support, staff; — abs. 'D, fig. of', 2S22 1, =f 18"; cstr. fe] Orfr&Q » D^D"jy?'p Is 3 1 (gloss, v. Comm.). tp«5Q n.m. id.;— abs. njyeta 'D Is 3 1 fig. support and staff. Tn3yU.7p n.f. id., v. foregoing (m. et f. to exhaust the category = support of every kind). trOWtfO n.f. staff ;— abs. Ju 6 21 2 K 4 31 ; cstr. 2Ki8 s ' + ; sf. W?!OT Ex 21 19 Zc8 4 ,etc; pi. sf. DrtgBTD Nu2i 18 ;— staff, Ex2i ,!l (E) Nu 2 1 18 (J) Ju'o 21 2 K 4 29 - 29 ' 1 Zc 8 4 ; fig. of political support, farxn nDi5n ruyen? 3 K i8 21 =Is 36 s , cf. Ez 29 s ; of 'i as shepherd ^23* ( + 02&). f I. [ J^ti*] vb. be smeared over, blinded (Aram. VJ?B* smear (akin to JAB* W.), -*L( r to smooth, TV® smooth (of words), flattering,**^**, smooth (cf. also ^cia, •>*». smear over, close u l>)) > — Q ai - I mv - + Hithpalp. Imv. mpl. ly'sh U'B'yJilB'n Is 20 9 Mmo" yourselves and be blind ! (|| vajrn vranonn); >Buhl W wrifn, •v/nvB' /oo£ a6ow< (2 S 2 2 42 ); Is 32' rd. prob. 3 fpl. nj^Wn, of eyes, be blinded (v. njJB'). Hiph. Imv. ms. VB'n W'jn Is 6 10 and its eyes besmear/— So perhaps V#n + 39" (YJ'S om.) was intended by Mas. (but wrongly, v. 01 al.) ; see n^B'. fll. yiptF vb. Filp., etc., sport, take delight in, delight (usu. made = I. 't5> smooth over, please; Buhl cp. Aram. Y&*., Ithpe. sport, trifle, Vulg. Ar. ,*.», » ,?, « (loan-word ?) Vollers ziig n, (i»i). «. l sj ;__pu p . i>/. 3 ms. consec. VVtyV) Is 29 s the suckling s/taW sport on (75?) the cobra's hole ; i s. , Jj!J/KfJ?B' ^119'°/ ta&e delight in thy law (ace; but ? rd. 'VOTE', v 77 ); /nip/, transit. 3 mpl. Wt^y?" ^94 19 thy consolations delight my soul (ace). Palp. /mp/. 2 mpl. IJJK'JJC'n Is 66 12 upon (bjf) the knees «AaW ye be fondled. Hithpalp. Impf. 1 s. V&mf* V « « 9' 6 lr > (3) thy statutes wt'M / delight myself, cf. v 47 . t[ff»], DTSPlttJ- n.[xn.]pl. intens. delight (Ba 1 * 8206 ) ;— abs. O'V^- Je 31 s0 Pr S 3 "; sf. W- Is 5 7 , usu. *J#- Pr 8 31 + 1 1 9* $#- v 77 + 3 t.; — delight, in phr.'B' ytM Is 5" tlte planting of his delight (in which he took delight), so 'tf 1^ Je3i 20 (|| l'i?! I?); TlK 'B> Pr8" my delight (was) icttA the sons of men ; elsewhere = object of delight, of wisdom v 30 ; God's law, etc.,

-^{jj 

TF)5?IE> n.pr.m. in clan of Caleb, Sayae, A ■2aya<f>, ©L 2aa<£ ;— 1. V I Ch 2 49 . 2. *W$ V 47 . I. ")J7l^ (-/of foil.; Ar.ji* oreaA, 6r«a/fc <#, through, jo i^ap, opening ; Eth. fl0£: tear 1V1 two, dissolve; Aram.^il (transp.) split, divide, yilp tear down; NH "W oa«e, so MI 22 mye> (pi. sf.), Ph. -)JJB> Lzb 381 ; Tel Am. JaAW, as Canaanism, Wkl 195 ' 116 ; Aram. HJTW, "U't"; Nab. Njnn Lzb 3ss ; — Egypt, iaar is loan-word Bondi 70 ). "»y© £ n.m. 2 8 IS - 24 (f .'• * 31 in personif., Albr zawz»ki^I 3 s6) e&Ui :—'v a b s . Ju 9 40 +, cstr. Gn 22 17 + ; c. n loc, n-iys* Is 2 8 6 +; pi. Bfn|f> 2 S i8 24 + , cstr.ny?' 1 S 17 s2 + J sf. TW Dt 1 2 ,5 + , DfFSjr Ez 2 i^Vtc.;— 1. a. jrate, entrance to city, shut (l?p) by night Jos 2" (JE), cf. Is 45 1 , opened ( n D?) by day Ne 7 3 , cf. Is 60" ; for entrance (K13), and exit (K£) J e ij»*«*jmi La4 l! Ez 26 10 + ; 'P "Oy Mi 2" pass out through (disreg. accents), 'E>3 'y Is 62 10 ; with bars ^i47 13 ; attacked Ez 21 2027 , cf. Is 28 s Mil 912 1 S 1 7 s2 ; on Ju 5 811 v. Comm.; burned (by foe) Je 19 27 51 s8 Ne i 3 2 31317 ; as giving control, possession, of city, i»3* 'w m e»i; Gn22 17 24 M (J); 'B*n nna Ju 9 40 + (v. 'b), T^J ninh. i s 21"+ (v. 'i ); 'tfn-nna Ju 18 1617 of farm or village; so of camp Ex32 2627 (J). In cities, elabo- rate structure, with roof 2 S 18 24 , upper chamber 19 1 ; cf. Qjf&C) ttn$ **&> f 2 4 7 - 9 ; write laws 'C? Dt6 9 i + ^i niTTD"^), n 20 (+«.); ^n ^Jira 1S9",* ^n-^K 2 S3 27 ; 'B> T(b) as public,' 1 S 4 1H , + v 13 © Th We Dr al., cf. 2 S 15 2 18 4 Pr 8 3 (|| D-nna NbD). b. par- ticular gates of Jerusalem are: (1) E?"]£X V

K 14 13 1| 2 Ch 25 23 , Ne 8 16 12 39 ; (2) ntyftn 'tr 

Ne 2 13 3 14 i2 31 =riiBB'n 'B» 3"; (3) pD;33 'V J e 37' 3 3 8 7 Zc i 4 10 ; (4) N^an 't? Ne 2"- ,!l 3 13 2 Ch 2 6 9 ; (5) WJ$J 'E> Zp i 10 Ne 3 3 12 39 2 Ch 33" ; (6) DTibhri p3 'K> 2 K 25 4 = Je 52 7 , cf. Je 39'; (7) niDinn V Je 19 2 ; (8) nffin 'v Ne 3 6 12 39 ; (9) n-itrsn t> 3 M ; (10) rrosn 'i? 12 39 ; (n) 'b> D-ari 8 1 - 3 -' 6 ; (12) nn]^ D^tsn 'e> 3 - 6 , c f. 12 37 ; (13) "'Br*? ^ 3 31 T'Cm) nS" '^ 2 14 3" i2 J7 ; (15) D"WDn Tr Je 31 40 Nes 28 (cf. 3 b); (16) H39n 'B> 2 K 1 4 13 || 2 Ch 25 13 (rd. HJin for HJisri), Je 3 i 38 2 Ch 26 9 ; prob. = D , 33L' V Zc 14'";' (17) ftfttn '!? Ne 3 ,JS 12 s9 ; (18) |W^n 't? Zc 14' ;— on sites and rel. to each other v. RS-GASm Eac '- BID.Jt«03«LM Q on( Jg r H»5t. DBId. Buhl 0133 "' Bd P *' *"' - H urra y 84 Bk. I. ». gg.JJy No P. 1821. Q u ZPV. esp. K1882),7B., -«>»

n«3tf

  • «•« Comm .•*«*■'"•. c. of Ezekiel's holy

city, 1"?? V ?J|?' Ez 48", three on each side, named for tribes, v 31 ' 3131 " + 1 2 t. Ez 48. 2. a. <7ate=space inside gate, as public meeting- place, market 2 K 7 1 ' 9 , place of public well 2 S 23 li - 1 '=iCh 11' 719 , where elders, judges, king, sat officially Dt 21" 22" Am 5 1213 Is 29 21 2S18 24 19 9 1 K 22 ln =2 Ch 18', Gn 19' (J) Pr 2 4 7 Jb 5 4 31 21 RU4 1 " Pr 31 03 ' 31 , etc.; of conqueror Je I 15 ; appar.='t? aim Gn i 9 2 (J) Ne 8' 6 1 Ch 9"' + (v. 1. '"l); Gn 34 20 (P) one came unto gate P« N3), so 'ff ^3 23 1(U, (P) those entering the gate, i.e. having citizens' rights ; also went out (to),'B'N3PJb29 7 (i.e., in this case, from his own house, outside the city), hence t? 'NS'"?? Gn 34 MM (P; cf. also "fy »fn Dt2i' 9 22 1514 ); hence=body of citizens, 'By 'EOS Eu 3". b. hence also=city Is 14 31 (|| l" 1 ?), V' 8 7 2 > etc. c. specif, in Dt, T"3¥F 3 i n thy gates, i.e. thy cities, towns, etc., Dt 5" = Ex 20'°, Dt 1 2 ,21M7 " + 2 2 t. Dt+ 1 K 8 W (read '£* "into, cf. Dt 18 8 23 17 , so © © mod.), so || 2 Ch 6 ffl , +(perh.) Je i4 2 (but 15 7 Na3 13 fig. of gates as entrance to land); of private house, p^2 V0 Pr u 19 (perh. cf. Ju 18 16 1 asupr.). 3. a. gate of royal castle or palace 2 K 9 31 Je 22 24 Ne 2 s Est 2 19 -f 10 t. Est ; specif, (of king of Judah), TO 'P 2 Kii«  =1)D)n f 2 Ch 23 s (v/D, 'd<), B^ *0 2 K 1 1 ,9 , nn -inK '#n v 6 ; tan Wfl D'piDri 'e> 2 Ch 23 15 (='Dn Ki3B || 2 K 1 1 16 ) ; appar. of official resi- dence, Jf^TIJ 'B> nna 2 K 23 s . b. of temple Je 7" 1 Ch 9 M 'i6 42 + 12 t. Ch, incl. " TfOTp +0 2 Ch 31 2 (v. nj.no i ; p . 334 ) ( c f. ^ ioo 4 1 18 20 , P7* TSpv"; specif. |*%flj Pt?:?? 't? Je20 s , and (om. "33) 2 K i5 M =2 Ch 27 s , Ez 9 2 , 2 Ch 23 20 , ehnn « (fwj) 'a* j e 26 10 36 10 , niten rvtMBn 'b> ruiBX Ez 8 3 cf. v 14 , 8 s , *Jhf|gn "> rvs -lye* nansn u> io ,9T i i 1 ; na^B> 'B> 1 Ch 26 16 ; ^on nyE> 1 Ch 9 1S . C. of Ezekiel's temple and courts Ez 40 36 44 1117 + 67 t. Ez 40-47. d. of court of tabern. (P), "lxnn'e'Ex2 7 16 35 ,7 + 6t. Ex+Nu4 36 . 4. fig. Q^Pfn K» nj Gn 28" (E ; || tt>rfa m$); pi. hW ^Wls 3 '8 l °; ni.O-'B' Jb38 ,7 ^9 ,4 io7 18 ; rnoVx 'k> Jb 38 17 . "l^ilj a.m. porter (denom. from i-iyB*); — abs. "iff 2 Ch 31' 4 , cstr. 'ff 2 K 7'° 1 Ch 9 21 , + f. Tipff 2 S 4 6 (for MT [THn ny Ml) We Dr HPS Bu Now after © (Th H^J nTj?B) ; p l. B^W 2X7" + ; cstr. V ?.VE' 2 Ch 23 4 ; — 'porter of city gate 2 K 7' 011 (2 S 18 26 rd. "Wi © © 33 ThWe Dr and most) ; portress of house 2 S 4 6 (v. supr.) ; elsewhere (34 t. Ch Ezr Ne) of gate-keepers in sanctuary 1 Ch 9 171824 + ; 4,000 in no., 23 s ; V nyio i>nj6 nna 9 =' ; d'bd? Dnyc'v 22 ; jf*6 1> j 5 c3.24. D »30n nj}'K'2Ch23 4 ; D , ij|B'n33Ezr2 4S . trP"U?tt5 n.pr.m. in Benjamin, 1 Ch 8 38 =

44 , 2ap((i)ia, lidn/jtn. 

ton|tf n.pr.loc. 1. in the Shephelah of Judah (Buhl 0eo « r194 ) Jos is 3 ", Sarapc.p, @L 2f- /3up«p, ; '^ ■T31 1 S 1 7" (© ™« ™X<ii/). 2. in the Negeb (Simeon), B^fit* 1 Ch 4 31 , 2<o,p«p., ©L Jaapi/i; =jni"B'(q.v.) Jos 19 6 , and perhaps D'ni'E' (in Negeb of Judah) 15 32 ; Buhl Ge « r - ,s fll. "1,1^ vb. calculate, reckon (NH Pi. J Aram. Ya,.pul a valuation on, estimate; J Aram. iOVff interest, market-price ; Ar. *L* market- price is loan-word Fra 189 ); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. IWr|| te>B33 'Bn03 Pr 23* as he has calculated in his soul, so is he, but dub. : De "^Vff as one who calculates; more radical conj. in Bi Toy. f 11. ["1i?G?] n.[m.] measure (prop, reckon- ing); — pl. Q^V'tS' nXD Gn 26 I2 (J) 100 measures, i.e. 100 for one= 100-fold. III. "yjfltf (7of following). t[iyt?j] adj. horrid, disgusting (Ba NB i«) ; _pl. B*ypn D'JSri? Je 29" (uneatable). TmilVttJ n.f. horror = horrible thing; — 'ff) iVtff Je 5 30 an astounding and horrible thing has occurred; '^ Wl '^ 'X'SiS 23 14 . tnn^ytr, n ,, "! - ii , uj n.f. id.;— abs. vn* ttrfrwp Ho 6 ,0 Qr ( > Kt nnnjw) ; nnw nry^ 'ff) r&tVB Je 18 13 . tlSttJptf a.m. pers. Est 2", Tat. f I. rnDli'] vb. sweep bare (Ar.Lil(i^), T T -o* of wind, raise and carry o^dust, l J^> of horse, scanty in hair of forelock ; NH Pi. plane off; Aram.JA«. Pt.pass. level (Is 40 4 ='ttBD), smooth, limpid, i.5». mfe Zeue?, smooth (and deriv.)) ; — Niph. 6e wind-swept, bare; Pt. nSB'3~in IS13 2 a 6are wi<./ Pu. P/. consec. Vnbsy isB'l Jb 33 21 Qr his bones are laid bare (so lean is he ; Kt Pff^ bareness are his bones). trriEtp(Kb"-'- 186 ) n.f. dub., perhaps cream (as skimmed offl cf. Wetzst ZAW " l<1883) ' 276f -, who connects with Ar. iJlii. cream, and this with -Ai^, take off the top (but ff—^J. 1); EV cheese IDE

nnDtrn (after S5", of. ARSK""""));— cstr. "^ niBB> 2 S 1 7 a cream of the herd ( + |N2T] nxpm Efrl), cf. Now Bu ; @L HPS caZws. tiD© n.pr.m. in Edom, Gn 36 s3 , 2oh/j, @L Zafav; =11. 'Bf I Ch I* 2a>|3, ®L 2<«r0«. f I. Dtp n.m. bareness, smooth or bare (treeless) height; — 1. bareness, Jb 33 21 Kt (v. ■/). 2. bare place, /wight : 'BE? Nu 23 s (E), i.e. an outlook-point; pi. D"?^ Is 4 i 19 4 9 ' je 3 «,D:sf 3 '4»(ip3no), y» i2 I2 p3np3), m 6 - PIEttJN quiver, vid. s. v. THEU^ n.pr.m. in Benjamin 1 Cb.8 16 , 2a$ai>, ©L Iecr</*i.— riBE* v. p. 448b supr. II. nSti^ (cf. Ar. Ilij I «<one (one of three) supporting kettle, Aram. ^J>1 tripod, also NJBPI fire-jar ; hence perhaps as denom. Heb. [nSB'J q. v., Fra 63 ; cf. ^iJ 11., Aram. J*aL, 'Bn «e< ora a kettUorpot;v.aBoGFW a ™RS s ' m - iSii ' 2al >> i - 3!7 ). t [riDCJ] vk- denom. set (on the fire) (NH ; vV; Sab! nBB>=&esfoi«, SabDenkm No(U15 );— Qal : 1. Imv. ms.l , Bn nB 'P 2 K 4 s8 se« on the pot, soEz24 3 , cf. v 3 (del. Co, notKrae; Toy allows); later more gen. (subj/*): Impf. 2 ms. sfsriBipri ^ 22" in the dust of death thou sellest me. 2. ordain, establish, 2 ms. *b ttfW ntafrl Is 26 12 . TfiDttJN n. [m.] ash-heap(?), refuse-heap, dung-hill (prob. orig. fire-place stones, cf. Ar. sub V); — 'N abs. as beggars' resting-place 1 S 2 8 = f 1 13 7 (both || IBS ; cf. Jb 2 8 Wetzst •*■ "•) ; so pi. ninsE'K La 4 s ; nstPKn nye> Ne 2 IS 3 M i2 3I =n < iE3^n 't? 3 13 (Ges» 3 "). ti. D^n?CJn.[m.] du.: prob. = DTiSf p, infr., q.v.;— 'B> P3 ^ 68" (based on Ju 5™ ?). < . DVIDtt? v. p. 1052 infr. < DVIB850 n. [m.] du. prob. fire-places or ash-heaps (viz. of the villages or encampments of the tribe) ( > Ki Thes and most sheepfolds, v.Stu ,u );— DTlBf pn pa Ju5 ,6 (poem; cf.GFM); so (D^) Gn 49 14 (poem in J). rtSt# (-/of foil.; cf. Sab. P1BD pour, also n. nriBDO efusion(1) DHM VOJ11(M88 » 188 Hom chr m ; Ar. "12, pour out water, shed blood ; note (with ref. to etym. of foil, words) phr. 1 jju '. commit fornication with her (Lane), i.e. effudit cum ea (sc. semen) Fl in De Je ' 3 • 78A '" ,1 •; on Ph. net? servant (X) cf. Hoffm pb - I " MM8 Lzb 391 ). TnnpU? n.f. maid, maid-servant (syn. '""??> 9- v> ! or 'g- = concubine ? cf. V ; — abs. 'e>Gni6' + ; cstr. nnBE>v 2 + ; sf.WSB' v 2 + , etc.; pi. abs. rrinBf i> + ; sf. 'jnjlBtf Ru 2 13 , etc.; — 1. lit., maid, maid-servant, as belonging to a mistress Gn i6'- 3<i8 (PJ) 20 24 - 29 (P) 1^ 123 2 , Pr 30 23 Is 24 s ; even where concubine of master (cf. np«) Gn 1 6" (P J) 2 5" 3s 25 - 26 (P) 3 o 4 - 7 - 9 >° 1218 (all JE); less oft. ref. to master 2 9 24 ' 29 ( J), Ru 2", of concubine Gn 32 s3 , cf. 33 126 (all J); mar- riageable Lv 1 9 20 (H, cf. Ex 11 5 ; not elsewhere in legisl.); in gen., esp. of menial service (never HDK) Ex 1 1 6 (J) 1S25 41 (opp. DDK) 2S17" (IH?J?) Gni2 16 24 s5 (J) 20" (E) 30" (P) 32 6 (J; coll.j'Dt 28 s8 1 S 8 16 2 K 5 26 Is 14 2 Je 34 9 >«»»- "■" Jo 3 2 Ec 2 7 2 Ch 28 10 Est f. 2. fig. in address, ^DP®, etc., of speaker, in token of humility (v. HpS) Ru 2 13 (|| n»K 3 »), 1 S i 18 (|| id. v 16 ), 25 s7 (|| v 24 '), 28 2122 2 S M M-t"»w»(|| np«  v 1516 ); 2K 4 !16 ; not toward God; butv.nps. nnsttjn n.f. c i an ms s « m -'- 2M . 2 »*« d - 27 '>< K »». t t : * 303 ^ „d«a.i75 Ba NB » 161 *);— abs. 'o Am 3 > + ; cstr. nnaf p J u 9 ' + ; sf. "finsE'p Gn 24 s8 + , etc.; pi. ninsfp Na 3 4 + ; cstr. ninBfp Am^ + J sf. D^nhBB'p Gn 8 19 + 2 t., usu. on- Nui" + 84 t., etc.; — 1. clan: a. family connexion of individ. Gn24 38 ( + "3N-n"3), v 40 {+id.), v 41 (all J; = vnjto v 4 ), 2 S 14", united in sacrifice 1 S

6 -=','in passover Ex 12 21 (JE ; cf. Benz E " c '- Blb - 

»«««. « 9 ,i2 ); cf> Lv 2Q s (jr^ 25 .o.4. (p^ y 4» (p . defined as H*£| IN^P), non-Heb. v 47 (H), v 4S (P), Ju i 25 ; n-riinBE'p Jos 6 13 (E or R) is unin- telligible, probably del. (cf. Steuern Holz ; 1V3 JT3K i n v s [J]), cf. Nu2 7 4 "(P) ; toN ^K n^3 'D Ju 9 1 cZaw c/ /tis mother's father-house; inch individuals, and included by t33C5' 1 S 9 2121 io 21 : with specif, name, in series "133, JV3, 'D, tSSB' Jos 7 1

(all J; v 17 * read pi. Di Benn, or

<B3B'GFM JUI3 ' 2 ; Steuern allows either); cf. Dt 29 17 Ju 2 1 24 , T3 '3K 'O 1S1" (4-^n, v. 11. [ , nj) ; ^^3 'BO . . . B*N 2 S 16 6 ; with name also Ru 2 13 and (non-Isr.) Jb 32 s . b. in loose, popular sense=tribe, Ju 13 2 17 7 18", cf. v 2 (|| (33^ v 1 ), v" (yet in these two rd. poss. pi., v. GFM). c. techn. divisions of people of Isr. Nu 1 1 10 (J) Je2 4 31 1 , cf. 3 14 ; Nu i 218 2 M 33 M (all P), so (post-ex.) Ne 4 7 : Est 9 28 (^'ip, 'O, lil). d. usu. (P) techn. divisions of tribes of D-Ctt?

edit Israel, Ex ««*»* Nu 3™+»ia t. Nu (93 t. Nu 26, incl. v 43 where ^Drntfn a ppar. = Dan), 34 t. Jos 13-21 ; also 1 Ch 6 44S f Zc 12 13 ; divisions of Gershom, etc. (in Levi) Nu 3 19 " 20 + 41 t. ExNuJosCh; subdivisions of these divisions (in Levi) Nu3 2l21 + 6 t. N113 + 4 18 ; cf. (in other tribes) 1 Ch 2 53 4***** 5 7 ; also Zc 1 2 12blC ,3b "*, and (distrib.) v 12 * Hb , pleonast. DIT3K nOD 'D Nu 36 s cf. v 8 , and ('« 'D HBO) v 12 . e. late, div. of other peoples 1 Ch 16*=^ g6 7 , ^ 22**; in Edom Gn 36 40 (P). f. in wider sense = people, nation; '""?TNn nhaipp 73 Am3 2 Gn 12 3 28" (both J), cf. Je'io 25 Ez 20 32 Na 3* (all || D'is), Zc 14 17 Je i 15 25'; as one's posterity Gn io" J1JB (all P), so prob. v s (P ; Di Dr); =all Isr. Am 3 1 , Judah Mi 2 3 Je 8 s (n*n npi 'On), Isr. + Judah, '©n Wf 3 f* ; D^.SD nriBfO Zc 14 18 ; cf. + 107-". t2. —guild 1 Ch 2 s5 (of scribes; orig. hereditary in families). t3. =. species, kind: a. of judgments Je 15 3 . b. animals Gn 8 19 (P). t4. ^.= aristocrats Jb 3 1 34 (cf. Eng. ' the classes '). Q^Btt? n.pr.m. v. */vW. £0Dt£^ vb. judge, govern (NH in deri v.; - T 185 Ph. BBC= BBB>, also in n.pr.; Pun. ««/«< Lzb 381 ; BAram. POSt?; As. sapdtu (t = n), syn. (Mrcw (H)i .?«<&/« D1 WB684 , siptu (0), prob. judgment [and Ja/wiM, captatn ?] Jen 2 *" 0889 '- 278 '-; on poss. connexion with Ar. AdL- v. No 2 " 01 " 1886 '- 724 ; on usage of vb. see Ferguson" 1 - «■ (,888) ' >»*); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'V Ju i6 3l + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. tmfc Gn 16 5 , Bta^J Is 11 3 ; 3 mpl. IBBC^ Gn3i M + , toifh Exi8 w (Ki 1B*SB»; cf. Ges»" 8 ), etc.; Inf. abs. BIBB* Gn 19 9 ; cstr. BBK> Ku I 1 , tDSB'> Ex8 ,3 + , etc.; /mt). "BBK> Pr 31 9 , nBBE> ,/,8 2 8 La 3 M , 1BBB> Is i I7 + , «^p Zc 7', etc.; PC BBE> iS3 u + , etc.; — 1. act as law-giver, judge, governor (giving law, deciding controversies and executing law, civil, religious, political, social ; both early and late) : a. of God only, pxn 73 BBB> Gn i8 25 (J), || ^», Pi?™? Is 33 s2 . b. of man, Gn I9 99 (J), Moses deciding cases Ex 18 13 (E), making known statutes v 16 (E); so his assistants v 22 - 22 ' 26M (E), || Dt i 16 ; of'BbB* 7X1^ Nu 25 s (executioners); set D'OBfc'over Isr. Ju 2 1618 2 S 7"= 1 Ch 17'°, to deliver Isr., 7SOB" OBB> Ju 3 10 4* io 23 + 9 *• J". 1 S 4 18 7 151617 2 K 23 s2 , cf. 1 S 7 6 ; Pt. BBfc* as subst. also Ju a»*» 1 S 8 1 - 2 2 K 23 m ; ifj ^tf 1 Ch 17 6 (|| 2 S 7? 'BSK*), D»BBfc'n BBC* , , 3 Eu i M (cf. D'JPK'iO Ob sl ); BBB>, || ^ iS8 5 - 6a) H07 7 13 10 ; BBS* 7Nne» Mi4 14 ( = king); king judges people 1 K 3»- 8 =2Ch i 10 , 1 Ki5 s =2 Ch 2 6 2 ', 2 Ch 1"; abs. 1 K 7 7 Is 16 5 ; || me> Ex 2 U (E) Am 2 s Zp 3 s ; || m* Is i 26 Jb 1 2 17 , cf. Is 3=; HI? '!?Bte» Is 40* (|| D'?p), Pr 8" (|| unto), * 2 10 148" (|| D'37D); 1311331? "IB'X WOSC? Dn 9 1212 . 3. specif, decide controversy, discriminate betw. persons, in civil, political, domestic and religious questions : a. ofGod^82': P3*...r3/B'Gni6 s (J; domestic), Ju II 27 - 27 1 S 24 1316 (all of war), Ez 34 20 (relig.); c. j> • • • f% Ez 34 1722 (relig.); c. WT8 Gn 31 63 (E ; domestic), Is 2 4 =Mi 4 3 (of war) ; c. 3 2 Ch 20 12 (war) ; c. ace. 1 K 8 32 = 2 Ch 6 13 , Ec 3 17 , con- demning wicked and justifying righteous Jb 2 1 22 (|| JTP), 23 7 ; abs. Ex 5 21 (J) Jb 22"; fTJ| V Je n 20 ^9 3 ; '" is P*W a?* 18 * 7 12 - *• of man, P31 . . . pa 'V Ex i8 16 (E) Nu 35 M (P) Dt 1" (all civil), Is 5 3 (relig.) ; c. ace. Lv ig 15 (H) Dt 25 1 (all civil), Ez 20 44 2 2 2 - 2 23 s6 ; BSCM? 'V Dt 16 18 1 K 3 ffl (Sol.); tKMHBtoa Ez 44 24 , c. 7 2 Ch 19 6 ; abs. Ez 44" Is 1 1 3 (king) ; influenced by bribes Mi 3" 7 3 Jb 9 s4 ; Absalom desires to decide cases as 0355* 2 S 1 5 4 (implying lack of such in his time); ace. to 2 Ch 1 g i6 Jehoshaphat set up D^BBE*, appar. for the first as judges in this specific sense; code of Dt recognizes them: B3E7I declares BS^on "13^ Dt 17 912 25 s ; D'OBE* + anpy i6 18 lCh'23 4 26 2> Jos8 S3 ( + D , ?PJ), 23^ 2 4 1 (D; both + Cnpt, DTK-J), +D'jpr only Dt 2 1 2 Ezr 10 14 , +WS*^ Dt 19 1718 , Onto 2 Ch I 2 . 3. execute judgment : a. discriminating, of man only, nDK BG0B Zc 7 9 , 't? D , "!B^O ^ 58 2 >^«  uprightly; D17B> 038*0 Zc 8 16 , fnx Pr3i 9 , 7$ ^82 2 . b. vindicating, c. ace: (1) subj. God, 01JV * io 18 , ace. pers. 26 1 43' 58 12 (rd. OOBE' for D'OBt?), OBE^D 'B* La 3 59 ; *l!P vindicate by de- livering from hand of 1 S 24 1 ' 6 2 S I8 19 - 31 ; 'JOSP -p~tV3 '" f 7 9 ; 1P1?3 »30BB' 35". (2) subj. man, c. ace. DW Isi' 17 - 23 ; (D')in n 4 Pr 2 9 14 f 82 3 ; DV "3J? 7 2 4 ; D'JVas OBBto Je S 28 . C. condemning and punishing, ( 1 ) God 'B 'Sn"!! ace. to ways of Ez 7 38 18 30 24 14 33 20 36' 9 ; D'DBBta 7 27 23"; niBXJ 'OBB'O i6 38 (=2 3 4S of human judges); c. ace. ^"V'Si'IsSi'Ezii 10 '^! 3 ^". (2) of man, only^B? '•OBB'^ 109 31 and EZ23 45 supr., prob. also ^ 141 6 (corrupt), d. at theophanic advent for final judgment : God is OEB* yj, 50 6

8 ; pan obe' 94 s , c. ace. psn obk*7 N3 96 13 

= 1 Ch 16 33 , ^98 9 ; pxn 't? 82 s ; tfWl 73 Jo 4 12 ; D^DV f67 5 ; 73n 9" 96"= 98'; CTWhS 'c 1 jssm

IS 

BEtZJtt

s . Niph./ > /is. , fl0af3Ez2o 3<i + 4t.; Imp/. 

i s. OB^K EZ20 36 ; nOD^K 1S12 7 , etc.; Inf. cstr. CB^n 2 Ch 22 8 ; sf. toBtfn + 37 s3 109 7 ; Pi. BBf? Is 59 4 + 4 t.;— 1. recipr., (Ges' 6,d ), enter into controversy, plead : c. JIN wttA, of God 16 2" EZ17 20 20 :,iJ rrvatn © We Dr Bu H| " Now), Pr2 9 9 ; c. Dy, of God J04 2 , of man 2 Ch 22 s ; c. ?, of God Je25 31 ; 11V 'BO Is 43 s6 have controversy together; V&2 by fire (oi God) 66 16 ; ruiOJO 59 4 . 2. pass, be judged, yfr 9™ 37 s3 109 7 . Po'el P*. sf. 'tpa'C'D (dub. ; Hi Bu *CBE'D), = my opponent- at-law (Ges* Kb ) Jb 9 15 ; + Zf 3 15 fio 9 31 We al. t[2DC] n-m.^ 6 - 6 judgment;— pi. D'OBS? Ex6 6 + , sf. , (?BB'Ezi4 1!l ; — acts of judgment (cf. D'OSBto), D'^HJ trowta by great acts of judgment Ex 6 6 7 4 (P); c. 3, D'OBB' flB»y n ,! Nu 33 4 (P),

4 

" «l !«*" 30 1419 (all of God) ; Ez 5 " men Ez 16 41 ; c. TIN, 2 Ch 24 s * (Syrians against Joash); D'DDE' of God (four: sword, famine, wild beasts, pestilence) Ez 14* 1 ; D^!' 'V 13133 Pr 19 29 judgments are prepared for scorners (® Eraae* roc's, so Perles An "- M [or D'BWJ, Toy). TtOiDip n.m. si vera 1. judgment, act of judgment ; — abs.'B" 2 Ch 2 o 9 (so © @, but dub. ) ; pi. D'CKBB' Ez 23'° (Toy D'OBE*, Co del.). TCEtt? n.pr.m. (lie hath judged); — usually 2a<paT[d] : 1. father of Elisha 1 K ig" 1 " 2 K 3' 1 6". 2. prince of Simeon Nu 13 5 . 3. grandson of Zerub. 1 Ch 3 s2 . 4. Gaddite chief 5 12 (2ai3aT, 2a<pan [v]). 5. herdsman of David 2 7 M (Sox^av, A 2a<f>aT, ©L Sac/xir). Gn40 - ,s judgment; — abs. EEBp Ex : . m. tjaty-i) + 203 t., + B?f.°? Ez 44 24 (but read Kt BBfi) with @£©Co'al.); cstr. OSfP Ex 23 s + 50 t.; sf. '•pSK'l? Is 4 o !7 + ; DBBBp Je4 9 !2 + ; tBBB>p NU27 6 ; pi. DnpBBp Je4' 2 + 3 4 t.; sf. T»#9 Dt 33 10 +, etc.;— 1. judgment : a. ac< of deciding a case : 'd be- longeth to God Dt i 17 , is from him Pr 16 33 29 s6 ; 'Bn •>&$ Mal2 17 ; 'D |B*n Ex 2V the pouch of judgment, so v 2 '- 30 (P); worn on heart of Aaron v 30 (P); PEf '° Dt 16' 8 ; 'D r?0 Jb 3 2 9 ; '» DBt? 1 K 3 M ; 'D n'BT> 1 K 3 ™; 'D(n) 13^ Dt 1 f 2 Ch " D rtn Is28 6 ; tSBE'D3 LVI9 11

  • (H) Dt :

Pr 16 10 24 s5 ; DniND '»3 Nu 27 21 (P); DBt?D^> 35' 2 Jos 20« (P) Dt 17 8 Ju 4" 2 S 15 26 2 Ch 19 8 Is 34' 41' 54 17 59 » Hb i 12 Mai 3 5 V 9 8 35 J3 76 10 1 22' Jb 9" (Ez 44 24 v. supr.). tb. place, court, seat of judgment Dt 25 1 iK]' Is 28 s Ec 3 18 . tc. process, procedure, litigation before judges: '122 ton Jb 14 3 Ecu' I2 14 ; 'D2 N3, c. Dy Is 3 14 Jb 22 4 , c. nN f 143 2 , c. rw Jb 9 32 , 'on i^n Jb34 23 , cf. Ez34 16 ^ii2 5 ; pi. DtJBB'D 131, c. Tii litigate with Jei'V 2 12 1 39 5 = 52 9 , sg.CB^O in || 2 K 25 s , by error. td. case or cause presented for judgment : 'D i>5>3 Is 50 8 ; 'D 'H" 1 V Jb 13 19 23 4 ; 'D JJOC> i K 3"; '» 1231? La 3 s9 , cf. Nu27 5 (P) 2S15 4 . fe. sentence, decision of judgment : ^JOBCD p 1 K 20 40 thus is thy sen- tence; 'D! J1V Ec 8 s ' 6 time and sentence; 'd ?]) Dt 17" according to the sentence; T))jO 'D 19 6 2 1 22 Je 26" 16 ; D'DI 'd Ez 7 23 , cf. Hb i 44 + f if Ez 23"; pi. only Ez 16 68 mBW 'DBB'n; Ho 6 5 rd. sg.lto , MB i P for liN T???' 1 ? after © © % Ew Hi Che and most mod. +f. execution of judgment, in gen., '» ncy, e. f? Je 7 s Ez 1 8 8 , cf. Dt32 41 Zp3 8 ; c. 3 against ^ 119 84 149 9 ; 3 om. 9 17 Ez 39 21 , bti H2 'o Je48 21 , 'o fTPD Is4 4 , 3N1D 'D Je 4 8 47 , cf. Is 53 8 Je 51 9 Ho 5 ,n io 4 Jb 36"; pi. Is 26 s9 Ez 5 8 Zp 3 15 ^ io 5 ; in favour of Hawsto nby Mi7 9 ^9 5 ; &pw]b 'n 146 7 ; hm '» p Je 2 1 12 , cf. Zc 7 9 8' 6 ; pi. -f 48 12 = 97 8 , 103 6 io5 57 = 1 Ch 16 1214 . tg- time of judgment, '03 lDIp' N^ ^ I s (late; prob. judgment of the resurrection). 2. attribute of the BBfc', justice, right, rectitude : a. of God, 'd <rbx Is 30"; 'd nby; n!» n? 1 ?"^? D ^l Gn

8 25 (J), cf. Jb 40 s Dt 32 4 fm 7 j'he'loves it 33 s 

37 2S 99 4 ; 'D1 pnv H02 21 f 89 15 =97 2 ; will not pervert it Jb8 3 34 12 , cf. 37 s3 ; iQSiVK2 + n 9 U! > (IppOH); .13! Dinn ^BfeHp 3 6 7 (read sg.). b. of man: 1>*$py%fc + 106 3 (||npnx); the tongue of the wise speaketh 'd 37 30 ; so of thoughts 'd Pr 1 2 s ; put on 'd as robe Jb 29", chosen 34 4 ; 'D rt'cy : God requires that man should do it Mi 6 8 Is i 17 56 1 , cf. 61 8 ; it is the joy of the righteous Pr2i 15 ; rulers should know it Mi 3 1 , cf. Pr 29 4 ; wicked ruler 'O NJib Jb 34 17 ; abhors it Mi 3 9 , cf. Pr 19 28 21" 28*. 3. ordinance promulgated by EBB*: 1S8 9 " 1 o 25 (law of king); Levit. ordinances Lv 5 10 9 I6 + 13 1. P, 1 Ch 15 13 24 19 2 Ch 4 720 8" 35 13 Ne 8 18 ; 'D1 pn Ex 15 25 Jos 2 4 25 (E) 1 S 30 25 , cf. f 81 5 ; 'D npn Nu 27" 35 211 (P); divine law in gen. mrp 'D Je 8 7 ; 'o Dflfw Is 58 2 Je 5 46 (|| Tft), cf. f 25 s ; || mm Is 42 4 5i 4 Ezr7 10 ; cf. Zp 2 3 f 119 43180 ; pi. of par- ticular ordinances Dt 33 1021 (poem), Is 58 s Ez 44 24 yjr 19" 119'+ 16 t., 147 20 . 4. decision of the BB^ in a case of law (v. Br"^* M w-): eg. of particular decision of a case Ex 2 1 31 (E) ; pL MrrwDtf

-[DC) of series of decisions 21 1 24' (JE) Dt 7 12 (D 2 ); in covt. code and D, collection of pentades in conditional or temp, cl., c. *3 or DX in D, and subj. in combination, D'OBtyOl D'pn 4>- 68 - 14 « + ; in code of H and after, in combin. D'CSBiS! T)pr, L v 1 8 4 ' 5 " 6 1 9 3 ' + ; (the specific type of these laws in H is '3 tt% over against "3 B»Q3 or '3 DIN in code of P, v. Br"" 2 "'); other combin., re- dactional and later, Lv 26" Nu 36 13 Dt 30 16 2K17" 2CI133 8 Neo 13 + 18* 89 31 147". 5. one's (legal) right, privilege, due : D"3n3ri 'O Dt 18 3 due of the priests, m,33n 'D »i»; ' D rn>t«n J e fright of redemption ; ^^n 'D v s ; 'D nbn Ex23 6 (E) wrestright, so Dt 16" 23? 24 17 27" 1 S 8 3 La 3 K , cf. Pr 18 5 ; Dirv 'D Dt io 13 ; |tO« '» Ex 2 3 6 (E) Je s* + i 4 o ,s ; D"3y 'd Is io 2 Jb 36 s ; 'D TDH 27 2 34% cf. Is 40 27 49*. 6. a. proper, fitting, measure 1 K 5 s ; fitness Is 28' ;r ', 40 14 (of fitness in the order of nature ; cf. Di). b. custom, manner: D^nsn 'o 1S2' 3 custom of the priests (rightful due, ace. to ThWe Dr and most); toee>0 27" his (David's) custom; 'd ClJil 2 K 1 7 s3 manner of the nations, cf. 2 K l7 26 - 27 (RS Se --'^' 2 " de< '- 23 ); 'D3 after the manner, custom, fashion (of) Gn 40' 3 Ex 2 1 9 (E) Ju 1 8' 1K18 28 2K11 14 17 34 iCh6 17 EZ42" yfr ii 9 ,3:! . + C. tiStyD HD Ju 1 3 12 tt)Aa£ manner of a boy, cf.

K 1'. td. plan . . . of the tabernacle Ex 26 30 

(P); temple 1 K 6 38 ; palace Je 30 18 . t (l)n ,, I2D , vP n.pr.m. ('■> hath judged, vin- dicated); — usu. 2<i0aTta(r) : 1. PIJ-; a. fifth son of David 2 S 3 4 = I Ch 3 3 (2a/9<zTfia, A 2a<j>a6ia, ©L SatfxiTias). b. contemp. of Jerem. Je 38 1 (B 2a<t>avias). c. man of Judah Ne 1 1 4 . d. chiefs of families of restoration : (1) Ezr 2 4 =Ne 7', Ezr 8 8 ; (2) 2 57 =Ne 7 s9 . e. Benjamite 1 Ch 9 9 . 2.'H*-: a. son of Jehosh. 2Ch 21 2 . b. hero of David iChi2 5 . c. Simeonite 27 16 . T^JOEU. n.pr.m. (judgment); — prince of Ephraim Nu 34 24 ; 1afia6a(y), ©L ta(f>arav. . Cttj v. I. nae*. 11. "WJ v. iaip sub I. nae>. □""Etp v. eiDB'. "TTStf vb. pour out, pour (NH id.; As. sap&ku, pour out, esp. (D1 WB Jen K °*■ ,,0, • 41 ) earth, to form mound ; Ar. ctLLl pour out, cf. isLLL melt and pour into mould; Eth. flQh: Aram. Wf> ?**■ (rare)=BH);— Qal P/ 3 ms. 'e> 1 K 2 31 + ; 3 fs. sf. Wn3Qf Ez 24 7 , etc.; Impf.

ms. ?Bf) 2 K i9 32 + ; 2 ms. sf. 3 ms. 133SOTI 

Dt 12"' + , etc.; Imv. ms. 7|iBB> Ju 6 20 +, TUf' ^ 69"; fs. "3DE' La 2 19 , etc.; Inf. cstr. TJSB' 1 K i8 28 + , ^'90 Is59 7 + , etc.; Pt. act. ^V Gn 9 " + ) f. nsafe' Ez 22 3 , etc.; pass, ^SB> f 79 10 , ■13*B£> Ez2o U34 ; — 1. lit.: a. pour out, pour water Ex 4' (J; ace. loc), 1 S f (+ ^K unique, symb. of contrition), H.? n '?.?"'!? (subj. ) Am 5 8 9 6 ; blood like water (to flow away and be absorbed), fyfifii Dt I2 16 - 24 15 s8 , cf. Lv

7" (H) Ez 2 4 7 ; also + W loc. Ex 2 9 12 Lv 4 7 - 18 - 
5.3o.m. + t,y pers> reflex j K l8 28. p(mr out

broth Ju 6 20 , libation (TJD3, to (j>) false gods) Is 57"; dust Lv 14 41 (P; % loc); c. ace. f£?b mound (in siege), = make by pouring (earth, orig. from baskets, see esp. As. lapdku, Dl WB m b Jen* """- 41 ), +-i>5?ofcity 2Ki9 32 =Is37 33 , Je6 6 Ez 4 J 26 8 , -b$ 2 S20 15 ; abs. Ez 1 7 17 2 1 27 Dn 1 1»; nX-lN VVD T^ 2 S 20 10 (by a sword-thrust in the beliy), cf. Vrnt? H$ '^ Jb 16 13 (metaph., '1 subj.). b. techn., ace. D'l shed blood Gn 37 K (E) 9 6 (P) 1 S25 31 Ez 22 4 + 9 t. Ez, + 15 t. (pass. ^79 I0 )+Ez36 ,8 (c.H? 1 "^), iCh2 2 8 (c.nriK); ace. DW f 1 K 2 31 1 Ch 28 s + 79 s (DMM). ' 2. fig.: a. '* subj., pour out anger, etc.: tPK D^VK <ni3y d^33 Ho 5 10 ; bj? 'non ts> Ez 1 4" + 8 t. Ez," Je io 25 Is 4 2 2S Vr 79« (ty et 5>3?) ; ace. 'n om. Je 6"; c. 3 loc. La 2*; n'ziStf 'n Ez 20 3334 ; ace. ia« [inn La4 n ; acc.D5?!(5>ypers.)Ez2i 36 +3t.; ace. T^3 contempt, ?5? pers., Jb 12"=^ 107 40 ; pour their own wickedness DHyJj Je 14 16 (i.e. requite it); pour out ?5? ,n n Ez 39 s9 , cf. Zc 12 10 J03 12 . b. hum. subj.jpowr o«^ one's heart, etc., qjj) D^3 La 2 19 , D333i) Vjsji ^, 6 2 9 (i.e. bef. '■•),

  • »jp{l ^ams 1 S i 15 , ^V (reflex.; v. i>5? 1 d)

f42 i ; n **P? ^brnN ^, I02 i (title), cf. 142 s ; in bad sense, "^5? ^I!DW"riS ^SEW Ez i6 15 , cf. 23 s . tNiph.P/. 3ms.^Sf?La2",etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 1®$] Gn 9 6 +, etc.;' Inf. cstr. ^n Ez 16 36 ; — be poured out: of ashes iK 13 3 ' 6 , blood (bl loc.) Dti2 27 ; be shed, of blood Gn 9 6 (P) Dt 19 10 ; in fig. La 2 11 my liver is poured Y'Vf? (cf. Qal 1 a ad fin.); ^ 22 15 / am poured out like wiater (nerveless, helpless) ; subj. 'n^E'na Ez 1 6 36 (v. 11. [n^na] • c f. v 15 Qal 2 b). t ¥n. Pf 3 ms. consec. "^0 Zp I 17 be poured out lays, of blood; •qae' Nu 35 33 (P) be shed, of blood ; 3 fs. nsaE* 1^ 7 3 2 Kt my steps were caused to slip (Qr ttSB-). +Hithp. Impf. 3 fs. ty "VS) ^SRipn Jb 30 16 my soul pours itself out upon me (v. Qal 2 b); 3 fpl. B'np-'jaK nasariB'n -JE® La 4 1 fig. of slaughter ; Inf. cstr. DB»B? ^EFWT}^ DnbK P'rri>K 2 12 , i.e. they expire. t^JEE? n.[m.] place of pouring; — cstr. jsnn'B>Lv4"- ,2 (P). tPTDEtT n.f. male organ (as fluid-duct); — absZ/rfl-o Dt 2 3 2 (|| narywB).

73t£^ vb. be or become low, be abased 

(NH, der. spec; As. tap&lu, der. spec, and deriv. ; Sab. 7BD n. humility or lowland DHM uixanum. Ar . j^ >; jj£ # j^ 6e Z „,(L,ag BN49 ); Aram. -'BE'.^.a*. (der. spec.)); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'V Is 2"; 2 fs. ripBBn 2o 4 , etc.; imp/ 3 ms. ^>Sf*1 2' 5 ,s ; 3 fpl. njWl? 5 1S , etc.; in/, cstr. ??{? Ec i2 4 Pri6",v.infr.; — 1. all Is: become (be' brought, laid) low, of trees Is io 33 (|| LVjrif), mts. 40 4 (opp. N^?), of HfPT^I 2" (hut read, for % 3*0 [Kohler], or PI3| [Lag], so DuChe Bl " Di-Kit Marti); 6g.be humiliated, of man 2 9 5 15 , his loftiness 2 17 , haughty eyesv" (all || nW), 5 15 ; of city 32 19 ; as helping vb. (= adv.) H?9 '® '"lann 29 4 thou .-hull speak low out of the ground (Ges» ,a "; || Wl?* n#ri 1SVO). 2. mn-^BB' Pr 1 6 9 to be lowly of spirit, so Buhl SS Toy al.; ThesHobGesal.subi'SB'. 3. of sound Ec 1 2 4 . Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. P'BB'n Is 25 12 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. ^?f ! V 75 9 , sf. ^Sf: na^Sf : Is 26 s (but 2nd vb. prob. doublet),etc. ; Imv. mpl.(sf.) ('n^Bf n Jb4o n Jei 3 "; Inf. cstr. sf. ^Bf? Pr 25 7 (Ez 21" read abs. b'&f n, || rOSn,' so Co Krae Q e8 ».isbbB.s). pt ^a^o !S2 7 //i47 6 ; ^afo (Ges' 901 ) VM13 6 ; — 1. usu. fig., '< subj., lay low, tree Ez 17 24 (opp. Wian); city Is 26 s (|| riOT); fortress 25 ls ( + r lE*ri; Du thinks doublet of 26 s ); humiliate pride v" 13", cf. Jb 40"; obj. D^J'S nion ,/, 1 S 29 , so read also|| 2 S 2 2 s9 , DD'np-eiS'Eto"' 1 S2 7 , D'yen ^147'; D*TJ nn 1ft m 75 s , cf. Ez2i SI . 2. hum. subj. ««< one m a lower place Pr 25 7 ; subj. hum. pride Pr 2o a ; declar. Is 57 9 thou didst shew abasement biN^""!?. 3. as helping vb.: 4-vb. coord., *3B> 'Vn Je i3 ,s make low, sit down= take a low seat (Ges* 120 *); + inf.nitTjp 'E*D yfm^he who maketh low to look upon heaven and earth (i.e.; ||ri3BO WiUBn v 5 ; Ges""").— ™. ipt<ni ^'3fn ih^z" is dub.; || VtfP favours ETC** as SUD J., which Bu conj. for 'ton ( read then ? , 3B*n , 'K liath abased pride, so (in part) Du ; >tltey cast (thee) down (RV) ; men are cast down ('E*1 intrans.; AV, cf. Lag

    • "'); (thy ways) are brought low (Ew DeDi).
mtf 

T7DC7 n.[m.] low estate, condition; — abs. V Ec io 6 (opp. D'»?nO); sf. W&flfJ ^ 136 s3 . Tn7Dtt) n.f. humiliation;— Is 3 2 "(of city). h^X6 adj . low ;— abs. "e> 2 S 6 22 + , cstr. i>BB> fao"+; fs.nWEzi7 14 + ,cstr.ni>B^v 6 ; pi. trj^f* Jb5 n ;— 1. low, in height, of vine Ez 1 f, tree v 24 (opp. FI33); liVn-fT? 'B> Lv 13 20 lower (deeper) than the skin (around it), so v 21 " 6 , cf. 14 37 . 2. of a modest, unambitious kingdom Ez 17 14 ao MI 'j low in station Jb s'^opp-OJ]?), Ez 2 1 31 (Ges* 90 '; rd. tistin). 3. humiliated, ♦rgB 'e> 2 S 6~ ; pi. Mala* (|| D*jm 4. Zou%, as subst. f 138 6 (opp. FI33), D^BB* pTI Is 57 15 (IID-KS-l?); nn b&fv r % Pr29 S3 (opp.Q"JKni8|), + 16 19 Thes al. (but v. VQal 2). trPDtt? n.f. lowland;— ahv. abs. 'K>c. art., exc. sf. nh?BK> Jos n 16 ; — lowland: 1. usually term, techn. of strip W. of Judaean mts. (on exact limits v. GASm **'- 201 *' *•>*»• *>«•>**. *«'• Bunl a.o g r.io4 Dr H«t.DBii L 892f.). a i most a i w . disting. from inn and 3331, sts. from nfljjri, in Dt i 7 J0S9 1 (R D ) also from DJH ejin, c'f. Jos io 40 12 8 (both R D ), Ju i 9 (perh. R D , cf. Bu GFM), Jos 15 s3 (P), Je 17" 32" 33" Ob 19 Zc7 7 2 Ch26 10 (disting. from "riB^Bn, table-land E. of Jordan); region of sycomores 1 K io 27 = 2 Ch 1 l5 9 s7 , 1 Ch 27 s8 . 2. of lowland (near coast) N. of Carmel Jos 1 1 2 ; W. of mts. of Ephr. v 16 (both R D ). tmf?BBj n.f. sinking;— cstr. U<X '& Ec io 18 sinking of hands, negligence (|| DWYV). tDDCJ n.pr.m. in Gad 1 Ch 5"; © B 2 a /3ar, T T A 2<if/)(if», ©L 2a<j>av. t QDUJ n.pr.loc. on E. border of Israel ; '{? Nu 34 10 , nCBE' v" ; ® 2t77^Hi/iap ; site unknown. □ Ell) v. D*?^ sub S|BB TriTOEQj (so Baer with codd. and edd. ; Thes 'BE 1 ; van d. H. Gi 'Bb); — n.pr.loc. in Negeb I S30 29 ; 2a^j<i; A Sa<pafias, @L Se<j>(iiia>8. t "tJDttJ adj. gent, (of foreg.?) ;— 1 Ch 2-j a . , *3D , H?j adj. gent. v. BBWE> sub *fB0. ]Sl^(-/of foil.; cf.Ar.^* Fresnel"' 1858 ' 514 Thes 1 ' 67 [usu. called ^5 or ^Lli]). ft. HJBJ n. m. I ' TI1 •* rock-badger, Ayraoj syriacus, AVRV coney; — abs. 'e* Dt i4 7 =Lv pti

"vnoco n s (P; unclean animal); living in rocks, pi. D'ffif f i04 18 Pr 30 26 .— Vid. Rob 88 "'- 66 ' 33 ' Tr NBB75';FFPl.«.dPl.l J) r Dt p Qgt B»t. DB COH.r McLeail- Shipley KMJ - B ' blI fn. ]EID n.pr.m. 2<z$(<£)ai' : 1. secretary pBBn) under Josiah 2K 2 2 :,9, - 9J0 - ,,>1! ' u 2 Ch 34 8.i5.i6.i8.i8.is.M 2 . father of Q^nx, contemp. of 1 (improb.=l): 2 K 22" 25^ Je 26" 39 14 4 o»*» 41* 43 s 2 Ch 34™ 3. father of nb^X Je29 3 , perh.=2. 4. father of inncf 36'° (called "IBB"), v 1112 , perh. = l. 5. father of W$N.' Ez 8", possibly =1. pitij v. rtf-itpy p. 743 a supr. t |BCF n.pr.m. in Benjamin 1 Ch 8 s2 ; I<r0ai>, A E(T(j>av, ©L l«o-0av. .JfSttf ( /of foil. ; NH »BB'/ 0W abundantly, beabundant; JJ'BE', Syr. ■*&+., overflow, abound). t^EE? n.[m.] abundance;— cstr/^Dt 33". t [nj?C©], TOD© n.f. abundance, quan- tity; — appar. abs. nySE* 2 K 9 17 , a multitude (of men), (Bur f1^BB>, or DHPfcj nystf as Klo Benz al.; > © B Kit Iff); cstr. KW| nyse* v 17 .Mw's multitude; cstr., of horses Ez26 10 ,canielsls6o 6 ; of waters Jb 22" 38 34 . t^ElE n.pr.m. in Simeon 1 Ch 4 37 ; 2«£«, ©L 2w0f(. flSt^' (•/of following). 'uB' , ECJ n. [m.] horned snake, © Kepdcmje (Ar. i_L, ._il Frey);— abs. 't? Gn 49* (|| BTIJ); = cerastes cornuius or Hasselquistii, cf. Tr NHB 573 p st Ba5t - DB "- 4lsn ]McLean-Shipley E " c '- BI,> -"- 4393 D r «dioc_PjD1Ef, JSlBfvid. s.v. TGEIEtiJ n.pr.m. in Benjamin ;— Nu 26™, SowoxJ, ©L 200a* (=0^3) B'BO Gn 46 :l , D»K> DSm 1 Ch 7"). T^pD^ty adj. gent, of foregoing, c. art. as n.coll. Nu 26 39 . t ffiWAtf n.pr.m. in Benj. 1 Ch 8 5 , Safap- <j>ait, A 2u0a»', ©L Snrfptip. tCPE© n.pr.m. 1. V 1 Ch 7", Map(p(iv, A 2«p<pttn, ©L 2n<£«/, appar. = 09^ v 12 , 2un-0eii<, ®L 2a0a* (cf. D'BO, DBlBf ). 2. D'BB> door- keeper, 1 Ch 26". t ["IStf] vb. be beautiful, fair, comely (Ar^LL removeveil{pi women), s/tj'n«; Arani.lBe* 6e pleasing (v. Dn 6 2 ), ;°*» 6e beautiful, bright, pleasing, ^aSjL beautiful) ; — Qal /"/ 3 fs. V5JJ 'TlBB' (Aram.) ^ 1 6" (the) heritage is beau- tiful for (pleasing to) me (v. ?y II. 8). f 1. [^Etr] n. m. beauty, goodliness ; — abs. "IBjrn.DK Gn 49" (v. "ION, "VON). fn. ["1BU,"] n.pr.mont. as a station in wilderness; — ~iQa>~~in Nu 33-" 4 (P); 2a0ap. f 1. ("PE© n.f . fairness, clearness, of sky ; — abs. 't? Jb 26" by his breath the sky becomes fair{ness), v. esp. De Di Bu Du ; >Che J(l 1S97 - 678 (after ®) Wi nab d?db> 'rna. fn. i"HBEJ n.pr.f. Hebrew midwife, Ex i 15 (E); 2<n<t>vpa (cf. Lag BN9 °). t "PBttJ n. pr. loc. in Philist. plain, Mil" (=TDB> Jos 15 49 ?); © <caX«s (!). EWN vid. s. v. t : v nEttf, IBittJ n.m. 1,27 - IS horn, for blowing (Aram. VCW0 V' dub. ; C Adler PA0S lm - c """ "■ cp. As. sappar(u) a species of wild goat; in any case the '{J* is a curved horn, as of cow or ram, cf. Dr Am2S (with illustr.));— abs. 'W 2 S 6 1S + , 'V Ex 19"+; cstr.iBie* Lv 25'; pi. rii-iait? Ju 7 22 + , cstr.nnBitf Jos6 4 + ; sf. Dn'rnaiB* Ju7 8 ;— horn, mostly as used in war, rarely, and chiefly late, as sacred instr.: H08 1 Ju 7 81S Is 58 1 (sim.) Jb 39 25 (>& ^ Vi *i 2 a); D"bi>(n) 'B> Jos 6 4 rams' homs(Y.b2*), so v 6S "(all E); t?(n) 'ftp Ex i 9 w " 20 19 (Gi v ls ), Jos 6 5M (all E), Am 2 2 + 13 t; '{5*3 y|?n = give a blast with the horn, Ju 3 27 6 34 Jos6 4 +9t.Jos,iSi3 3 iKi 34 - 39 +9t., + ('»subj.) Zc9 ,4 ;t!'yp»?Ho5 8 Am3 6 (vb.Niph.),Je4 5 +7t., + '#>? >yvh Jos 6 9 Qr (Kt iypn); cf. jrtpipb 'E^n Ju 7 20 , 't? ypn? >//i5o 3 ; also nynn 'tf'-vayn Lv 25 9 *(H), cf. v 9b (P), nynnve> Di' Zp 1 »; used on religious occasions, Jos 6 itt - LV25 9 J02 115 f 47 6 81 4 9 8 6 150 3 2 Ch 15 14 .— On 'tr v. Adler Th« sho P h.r (i*) Dr *m 4 «Hpt We ** Tr,Ml - a21 '- Abrahams Hut.DBTBOHPET t[TnDtf Kt, Tn.DttJ Qr] n.[m.] doubtful, Thes splendour (-/iSB'; Dl Pro1 - 126 cp. As. vb. suparruru, spread out (Id HWB684 )); appar. of {brightly-coloured t) royal pavilion, canopy, or poss. carpet, sf. nilBK' DBJ Je 43'° (Qr i'pBB'). net? [recS], retrs, D^riEtrp v. u. rant. +11. D^riDUJ n. [m.] du. doubtful word: usu. hook-shaped pegs, hooks, so X Thes AV RV; abs.'^ni Ez40 4S ; <<5 35Co Dna'B'l and their edge, so Aq Theod Symm and prob. ©, cf. Hi-Sin, and Krae (nSB>?).— 1. 'e> v. v'nBE'. F)2C7 v. IBB* sub vpV. tlpty' vb. watoh, wake (Ph. np«T 6e circumspect; NH "Iptf 6e insistent; 5. ">i?.ip= BH);— QalP/ 3 ms.'E'^i27 , , , nii5B> JC3I 28 V. 102 8 ; 7«ija/. 3 ms. "lipj* Jb 21 32 (Me Bu Vl^), YpB»n Dn 9 14 , 1 s.^PfN Je 31™; Imv. ropl. "pe* Ezr 8 M ; /»/ csir. IpB'i' Pr 8 34 !; Ft. act. np^ Je i 12 + ; pi. cstr. n$fe> Is 29 s0 ; — 1. &«ep wa<cA of, 6e wakeful over, subj., ?5? pers., to benefit or injure Je 3i wffl 44"'; ?)) rei, to perform it i' 2 Dn9 14 ; so (men subj.) t}K Tp? Is 29 20 ; of leopard watching Cnny-^y Je 5 s (to seize prey, fig.); of man watching (for ad- mission) at fa) wisdom's doors Pr 8 3 ' (|| "W#) i -keep guard over fa) Jb 2 1 32 , cf. (abs.) VlDeh 'tf Ezr 8 M , and (of watchman, "HJfe 1 ) ,/, 1 2 7 1 . ' "2. fee wakeful, wake, as mourner, su fferer ^ 1 o 2 s . — ■ La 1 " rd. perh. Niph. Pf. ^V^S "01 (© Bu) watch l(n.i been kept over my transgressions (cf. 1 supra), for MT 'B ^ "Ip'f?.— Pu. denom. v. infra. t"lj3tt5 n.[m.] almond(-tree) (NH id.; so called from its early waking out of winter's sleep, ace. to Ki Thes Lag BS45 al.; Aram. K^T, )^», Jl'j^, whence Eth. t£ cf. No* 39 ; cf. Low" 0,319 ) ; — 1. almond, i.e. the nut, pi. BIB? Gn4 3 " (J; + B*^, etc.), Nu 17 s3 (P). 2. almond-tree Je 1" and (prob.) Ec 12'. t ["Tptf] vb. Pn. denom. — only Pt. pi. in DH|3S?D D'JQ? cwp« shaped like almond (blossoms) Ex 25 s3 - 3 " 4 3 7 "■"• a) (all P). tfllpti'] vb. Hiph. cause to drink water, give to drink (NH Hiph. id.; Ar. f JZ 1. give to drink; Sab. 'pD be irrigated Fell ZMG

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irrigate; As. Ja&d i.=:Heb. Hiph., Aram. Npf, U*. Aph.) ; — for Qal v. II. nnf;—Pf 3 ms. consec. n %&™ Gn 2'+ , sf. Hijf'rr] Nu s 27 ; 2 ms. consec. n , i??'^ Nu2o'+; 1 s. consec. Wpfrn Ez32 6 , OPttJ etc.; /»»/>/. 3 ms. rlfjtf: NU5 26 , p^!l Gn 29'°+, etc.; Imv. ms. sf. WpVri Pr2 5 21 ; fs. sf.Ti?f? Gn 24"+ ; /«/. cs<r. nipfn Gn a»+, sf. in'P^n 24"; P«. npipD ^io4 13 , cstr. Hb 2 ,b (v. also 1., 11. npB>D); — 1. water, irrigate, ground : subj. mist Gn 2 6 , river v 10 (both J), spring Jo 4"; subj.'" Is 27 s (CQ3), Ez 17 7 (I??), both in fig., fig. also 32 s water land D"5? ; lit. c. IP of source + 104" (D-jn) and (subj. man) Ec 2 6 ("»*£). 2. water, give drink to, usu. human subj., ace. of beast, Gn 24 14 - 46 - 46 29 s (JO of source), v 3 - 7 - 9 - 10 Ex 2 i6.i;.i9 ^ a ]j j^ ^ 104" (subj. springs); ace. pers. Gn 21 19 (E), 24 19 " 45 (J), Hb 2 15 (fig.), Is 43 20 ('•> subj.), + 78 15 (tU), 2 Ch 28 15 , c. 3 of vessel Est i 7 ; c. ace. pers. et animal. Nu 20 3 (P); give one something to drink, ace. pers. + rei (water, wine, etc.), Am 2 12 Gn ij**** 2 4* (all J), Ju 4" 1 S 30" 2 S 23"= 1 Ch 1 1 15 , Jb 22 7 , cf. Ct 8 2 (P-P); fig- Je 8 14 9 14 16 7 23" 25'^// 69 22 , cf. &SS| op^'O I'Jnv 36 s , and niypna icpfni 80 6 ; ace. rei'om., lit. Ju 4" Ex 32 20 (E), fig. Je 25 17 .— Vid. also 1. npBto infra. Pn. Impf. 3 ms.vniovy Tfr nijJB^ Jb 2 1 24 the marrow of his bones is watered, (refreshed, invigorated). — np(j>3 Am 8 s v. j;pB'. t i»,pC5 n.[m.] drink (Ba* 1(Bd ) ;- 1prito$$ * Pr 3* drink (fig. for refreshment) to thy bones (cf. vb. Pu.); pi. sf. *B& (01» ,86b ) f iO2 10 ( + B$ v*), *y# Ho 2 7 . Tn^O, [np2?] n. f. watering - trough (Ges' 95 ' Ba 2 " 811 " 1887 '- 605 ; Ar. LjlL irrigating canal, ijlJL- watering-place, drinking vessel); — abs.'^n'Gn24 20 (J);pl.cstr.Q:Bnninp : B'3o 38 (J). fi. Hpt^D n.m. butler, oup-bearer (prop. Pt. Hiph.. = one giving drink ; — abs. 'D Gn 40 6 (E), Nei", cstr. npfp Gn4o', sf. WpVo v 13 , pi. D'p^D v »amm»* 4 > (all E); sf. Vp^p 1 K io i =2'Ch 9 4 (>ii.'o). fn. nptDn n.m. L ' «" irrigation, drink ;— abs. 'o Gn'13 10 Lv 11 34 , cstr. np.fp 1 K io 2, + 3 t.; sf. inpipp Gn 40 21 ;— 1. irrigation Gn 13 10 (J; abstr. for concrete, =) well-irrigated, of land ; Ez 45'* ( < © Co Siegf Berthol Toy Krae niriEBp ; Gr n?.pp). 2. drink Is 32" Lv 1 1 34 ; 'O '.Sa drinking-vessels 1 K io 21 = 2 Ch 9 20 . 3. =office of butler, butlership Gn 40 21 (E). t ZDpti' vb. be quiet, undisturbed (X, D Vf (rare); NH 2pE> is sink down; Ar. is drop down; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. 'BH tspw ^PE Je 30 10 4 6 27 , 3 fs. nfttf Jos n !3 + , noj>e> 2 K 1 i 2 " + ; 1 s. f«$f Jb 3» -ROpBh Ez 1 6 42 *; Zmp/ 3 ms. B^ Eu 3 ,s ; 2 fs. "b'^ijl J e 47'?; 1 s. ta^S Is62 l Jb 3 13 , naipt/x Isi8 4 Kt, Qr napvs (Ges" 10 ^ 480 ); Pt. apV Jui8 7 + , fs. nap)? iCb.4 40 , no£B> Zci"; pi. tropin Ez 38"; — be quiet, undisturbed: 1. of land, at peace, abs. Ju 3 1,M 5" 8 M Is 14 7 ( + nnj), 2 Ch ia»; +nnn|)B» J 0S ix" 14 15 (D?), cf. v 5 (P); ni.^Ven iCh.4 40 ; of earth, 'Bh_ TUB* Zci"; abs. of city 2 K.n 20 =2 Ch 23 s1 , kingdom 2 Cb.20 30 , + , 2?? pers. 14 4 ; of people, UB3* 't? in peace and security 5 a 18 727 , n03^ ty D'Bp&n EZ38"; +B^ Je 30'°= 46^; of Moab, opfeh . . . ])K# VTOE'"?K 48 11 undisturbed upon its lees (fig. of wine); of Job, quiet in death Jb 3 13 , be at rest (from apprehensions of evil) v 26 ( + 'TOtr*, inrp). 2. be quiet, inactive: of *+«p*Wl Isi8 4 I will be <?mi«£ and gaze, i.e. gaze as an inactive spectator, V'83 2 (|| TOT, Khn Je silent); =be pacified Ez 16 42 ; of sword of' 1 Je47 6,7 ; of Boaz Ru 3 13 lie will not be quiet until he has finished the matter; of prophet IS62 1 (|| nBTI be silent). Hiph. Irnpf. 3 ms. &V&: Pri5 18 , Bi?f: Jb34 M ; Imv. ms. DpJJ>n Is7 4 ; 7n/a6«. tDpfn Is32 ,7 +; cstr.t3 , i?fn 1 /, 94 l:l , B i?- Jh 37 17 , tip- Is 57 20 Je 49 a ; — 1. shew quiet- ness (inner causat.), of men Is 7 4 ( + NyjjTPK), of sea Is 57=°= Jew™, earth Jb 37 17 ( + Bh$p); hence Inf. abs. = subst., quietness, display of quietness Is 30 15 , HB31 Dp^n np"JXri nihy 32 17 <A« product of righteousness is quietness and security (Du Che Hpt Marti del. in as dittogr. from v*, read BSftpn for Dgfn, and del. 1 : the product of justice is security); {presumptuous) security, Bp.f n nibe* Ez 1 6 49 (of Sodom). 2 . cause quietness : subj. , Jb 34 s9 , ST) WD ? tJ'pE'np ^94' 3 ; pacify, allay, obj. 3n Pr 15". t E£C? n.[m.] quietness;— 1 Ch 2 2 9 (+ &b$). t/pl^vb. weigh (NH trf.; Ar. jJS be heavy, JJiS heaviness, weight, Jju Zoarf, OAram. ?pn weigh, Aram. ?pn,^oL (weigh), 2>ay, N?pn

  • AeM,but also (OAram.Zinj.)^pE', ;^pe>Lzb 3a2 ;
a«. ??/< wp; As. sakdlu, weigh, siklu (appar.) = W? Eth. f)<M: toy up, weigh; Ph. $>pcD weight; cf. Fra 202 , also Gk. ot'yXot (© cruXos), ^ag Mil. 3d7 Lewy Fremdw.llBf. . -on connex. of mngs. cf. weigh trans, and intrans. = Germ. wagen, wiegen, also heave, heavy, heft ( = weight, obs. or colloq.));— Qal Pf. 3 ms". 'e> 2 S 14 28 Is 40"; »»p/. 3 ms. b'pf] Ex 22 16 , sf. 'jfojfc Jb 3i», etc.; n/.aZ>8. ^PB> Jb 6 2 ; cstr. ^Pf ? Est 4 7 ; Pt. act. ?PP Is 33 1, ) 2 S 18" read perhaps pass. ?p?', v. infra; — 1. weigh, human subj., acc.rei 2 S 14 5 " Is 46" (3 of scale); fig., '» subj. Is 40 12 , also (ace. pers.) Jb3 1 6 (both c. 3 of scale); cf. Inf. abs. sub Niph. ; weigh precious metals intrusted to one, b pers. EzrS 25 , Dn^^S? v 26 , ace. rei om. v»(^B? of superior). 2. weigh out a price (i.e. pay): acc.ofsilverEx22 ,6 (E), iK20 39 Zcii 1! Je 32 10 (3 of scale), Is 55 s (c. 3, in exchange for); +7 pers. Je 32' Gn 23 16 (P); + W^S 2 S 18 12 (read perhaps 7pJ>, so We Kit 1 " 11 Bu Buhl), t H^J Est 3 9 , 'nbon n:a-^ 4 7 . Niph. be weighed': 1. .P/. 3 ms. W?, subj. rei Ezr 8 :u (pass, of Qal v 2 "); Irnpf . 3 ms. fig. (+ Qal Inf. abs.), fy$ & "b?3 ^ Jb 6 2 . 2. be weighed out, as price, 28 15 . L "• - P© n.m. Lv276 a weight, shekel (orig.= weight; late Heb.=com GACooke' n,cr - 3 ,li ); — abs.'B>Am8 5 + , ^ Ex 3s 29 -!-; pi. D^Jos 7 21 + ; cstr. vPS* 1 Ch 2 i 2i ; — shekel, as standard weight Am 8 5 ; of weight of bronze armour 1 S 17 5 , iron spear-head v 7 , + 2 S 2i ,6b (v. 7pf»), hair 2S 14 26 , food EZ4'"; implying value, of wedge of gold Jos 7' :l (JE) ; of nails in temple (gold) 2 Ch 3 9 ; usu. a definite weight of silver (used in payment or valuation) Ex2i 32 (E), Jos 7 21 (JE), 1 S 9 8 2 S 24" 2 K 7 'i-i«->6-i».is I5= o Je 32 9 Ez 45 1212 (v. infra), and (=coin, fr. time of Darius I) Ne 5 15 io 33 Lvs 15 2f Aii (all P), + 53 t. P; also 'B>n n'Snp Ex 3 o 131:Ui 3 8 26 (=:Vp3), all half '-shekel, atonement-money; cf. 'm fifrfy Ne io 33 one-third; also 'tf V3T 1 S 9 8 one-fourth of sliekel; '(?= 20 n")3 ('3 otherwise unknown) EZ45 12 Ex 30 13 Lv27 2i NU3 47 ; 50 V =one maneh EZ45 12 (read D'E'pni for ntycni [and fn'B>{? for n-)'fj| preceding]^ © A Boeckh Hi-Sm Co Toy Da Krae Berthol) ; B^ 'ti Ex 30" " 4 Lv 5 15 Nu 3 47M 7 13 + 2 1 t.P; land estimated in 'V of gold 1 Ch 2 1 25 ; / B' also often om. after num. — '{? was of two standards, one one-half the other ; actual weights (and values) varied, but most persistent were: (1) gold, 252I gr. Troy (or 126J), mod. equiv. c. £2 is., or $10; (2) silver, 224^gr. (nearly ^ oz.) = BHpn 'V (v. supra), or 112^, mod. equiv. c. 2«. 9c?., or 67 c; ^on J3K3 t> 2 S 14 26 is dub.; if late (Bu HPS Lohr Now) it prob. ref. to a Bab. or Pers. scale Vwa VP^ (cf. S-C ** tcho <9QK3 oft.); 60 (or 50) 'e>= 1 mina, 60 minas= 1 talent (v. nJD,n33). Vid.esp. A T?ClKtf»nnpH V Hwtl DB WEleHT8 As '° MEA8CRBS, and MONEY t?iptt?0 n.[m.] heaviness, weight; — 'E3 Ez 4 10 by weight. ^ptt?3 n.m. id.;— abs.'DiK25 ,6 +; cstr. b&Q Ju8 ,J6 + ; sf. SbffiQ Gn24" + , etc.;— weight Gn 24 2 " 2 (J), Jos 7" (JE), Ju 8* 1 S 1 7 5 2Si2* , 2i ,6 »(v" b read bpj» with © [v. esp. ©L] We Dr and mod.), 1 K 7 <7 'io 14 Nu 7"+ 1 1 1. Nu 7(P), 7t.Chr; of wind Jb 2 8 25 ; i^fpa Gn 43 5, (J) in its (full) weight, cf. '» <?.!*<» Ez 5'; 'B3 by weight Lv 2 6 26 1 Ch 28 u *- ,s ; '03 id. Ez 4 16 (of bread), Ezr8 M iCh28" bl5 ' 5 - ,7 - ,7 ; 'SSLviq 35 tn respect to weight, cf. 'd i Ch 28 16 as to weight, in weight; 'O nVTtO (i.e. there was too much to be weighed) 2 K*2 5 ,6 =Je 52VD HJ 1 CI122 314 . t[n^^P0], fl^ptra n.f. levelling in- strument, level (for horizontal accuracy); — abs. rb?Vh? Is 28 17 (fig. of n$TX; || !p); cstr. n^-, fig.', 3NnK its '» 2 K 2 1 13 . t[rrcp©] n.f. sycomore tree (NH id., Aram. «Op*B', |oiU», Low 1 * '™; hence Gk. miKafiivos, mulberry Lewy Fremdw - - 3 ) ■ — pi. abs. D , OpE' Am 7" + ; sf. DntopB' yj, 78 j; ; — sycomore, ficus sycomorus Linn (Tristr NHB397ff - Post""" 110 ' sjn»7so; Hut. db ».v.^ a common tree Is 9', growing in the Shephela 1 K 1 0"= 2 Ch 1 ,5 = 9 27 , 1 Ch 2 7 ra ; as property ^ 78< 7 (|| JO?); D'Optf D?t& Am 7"* a tender of sycomores (v. [D?3J). [^pt^*] vb. sink, sink down (so NH VpV, Aram. WP; Ar. has xjCo be smitten, prostrated, collapse) ; — Qal Pf. 3 fs. consec. n^Jp^l Am 9 s it shall sink like the Nile (of land ; opp. nby); 3 fs. Vgfni Nu n 2 (JE), of fire, it sank down, died out; ypfn J e 51", of Babylon (like stone in water ; opp. Dip). Nipt. 3 fs. TT$&} Am 8 8 Qr, of land, sink (opp. i"6j> ; = Qal 9 s ; Kt erron. npe>J, cf. W 80587 ). Hiph. Impf. 1 s. JPBffc D , 9 , 9 Ez 32" / wrcM make their waters sink (settle, grow clear); 2 ms. W.!> JTpfPI $>3n31 Jb 40^ ««<A a cord wilt thou make his tongue sink (? pull or press it down ; of crocodile ; Mich 80 ""- 2 "', cited Thes" 77 , cp. Sam. v?>"= Eton bind). [i^Cfc] n.[m.] what is settled, olarifled (cf.-/Hiph.);— cstr. lflffl D^p-ypBh? EZ34 18 the clear (of) water ye drink (cf. 32" supra). [n-vnypto] v. -up. fl. flp^"] »*. Niph. Hiph. overhang, look out and down (NH Niph. Hiph.=BH; cf. Aram. NS , p£', ) fcja « rocky pinnacle, rock, Ar. i-ii.'. ceiling, roof, sky (on connex. of mngs. cf. Ar. <_Jyil overtop, overlook, from i_!Li 6«  /m^A.,- iit} look down upon, from /eli, Wse)); — Niph. Pf. 3 fs. riBpE^ J U 5 2S + , n?p 7 f31 Nu 2 1 20 (read prob. pt. nBjjB>?n, c f. 83* GBQ); 1 s. •neg^J Pr 7 6 ; Pi. «£# Nu 2 3 23 1 S 13 18 f 8s 12 ; f. '"'BpB'3 Ct 6 W ; — lean over (and look), lookdown, c. ^3 of window, through Ju 5 s8 1 S 2 16 = 1 Ch I5 29 , Pr 7 6 ; abs. look down, forth Ct 6 10 ; c. of direction whence Je 6 1 ^ 85 12 (both fig.); of mt. lean over upon C 1 ?.?"??), overhang Nu 2 1 20 23 13 1 S i3 18 (read »MJ for ^3311 WeDrHPS al.). Hiph. />/. 3 ms. ftyfn f i 4 2 + ; imp/. 3 ms. TPf: La 3» IPf?! Gn i 9 ™+, etc.; Jim. ms. cohort, nfl'pe^n Dt 26 15 ; — Zoo* down (=lTiph.): c. nyi of window Gn 26 s (J), 2 K 9 30 , c. ?S pers. v 32 ; look down upon, V.?"' l 5?, sub), pers. Gn 18 16 19 28 (both J), abs. K"£l 'E>n 2 S 24 20 (e?3 in || 1 Ch 2 1 21 ); esp. subj. c. 5>K loc. Ex i4 24 (J); c. [O loc. Dt 26 15 ^io2 20 , 4-fy pers.i 4 2 =53 3 , +N-V1La3 50 . II. ^pVf (/of foil.; cf. Aram. f0, *ji«. strike, whence foil, as that against which the door strikes, v. Fra 20 ; Ar. J£ <o cei7 or roof, <*-i.&Z ceiling, roof). ' Lnp©] n.[m.] frame-work, casing of doors (cf! NH *$$ lintel, Aram. *ftpf, NSpB/ threshold);— *$& iK 7 5 . t[Pl^, ^p©] n.m. 1K6 ' 4 frame, casing of windows ; — pi. CBpip V.i?0 1 K 6 4 windows of narrowing frames, so read also, inserting '{?, EZ41 16 (Co Toy; > Krae Berthol read 'e> for TOfv"); 't? alone 1 K 7 4 . t FpptpiO n.[m.] prob. lintel of door ;— 'On Exi2 7 (P),v 22 - 23 (J). rptv (-/of foil.; cf. As. iiksu, appar. a (skin-?) disease; NH Pi. flg0, Aram. Pa. fgj detest, are denom.; RS JFhllxvl ' 71ff - conj. original meaning let fall, throw away, cf. Ar. iaJLLfall, drop down, but very dubious). typ/UJ n.m. Lv7 - 21 detestation, detestable thing ; — 'k 5 of the ceremonially unclean L v 7 s1 ; Ypti sra-WD creatures forbidden as food : water animals without fins or scales ll* ,u * l birds of prey, etc., v 13 , winged creeping things T**, creeping vermin v 4112 (all P), cf. Is 66 17 (+"HqfJ i?3, Un • V PS 8 "" 275 ' 2ndti - 2K> ! K 309 f.. 2nd ed. 31H. Ez' 8 1 " read prob. D^, v. yW. t[yj?UJ] vb. Pi. denom. detest, make detestable ; — Pf. 3 ms. YW ty 2 2 25 ; Impf. 2 mpl. ttfffc Lv 11" + , etc.; Inf. abs. YW? Dt 7 s6 ;— 1. detest, c. ace. rei Dt 7' :6 (Impf. + Inf. abs.; || uapnn syn), Lv i i IU3 (P); || nja ,/, a »» 2. make detestable, obj. DSTlb'SJ (= reflex.) Lv II 43 (P), 20 2b (H). tpptf, yj?tp n.m. D » "- 31 detested thing;— abs. YW? Dn 1 1 31 1 2 11 , cstr. J»j??> 1 K 1 1 5 + ; pi. DTPS' 2 Ch 15 8 , D-SpB* 2 K 13 s *; cstr. W0 Ez 20 78 ; sf. DfVnpe>Je i6 ls + ,etc.;— detested thing, epith. of Isr. Ho 9 10 (si vera 1.; not elsewhere bef. Dt) ; of filth Na 3 6 ; appar. of unclean food Zc 9 7 (as Y$) ; of idols (so usu. ; oft. || rujrtn , Wf, etc.), Dt 29 16 2 K 2 3 24 Je 4 1 7 30 =32 34 * if 16 18 Ez5 7»n*» 20 '««'37°; of idolatrous practices Dn 9 2 ~,but id. prob.as 1 1 31 (so © e), and "133 for ta (v. Dr); DOB'(tp) >V 1 1*« 1 2 " <£ e fe«<«Z </imgr causing horror is the heathen altar erected in temple by Ant. Epiph., with (prob.) a statue ofZeus01ympios=(Ph.)DOB'i'5?3Zorrfo/A«ai;en; the prophet puts PP& for bjD, and Defeat?) for BJJf ; cf. Nes ZAW " 0884) ' 248 Che OPl05 Dr 1 *. t [pP*y] vb. run, run about, rush (appar. akin to </l. pits', whence pie*);— Qal Impf. 3 mpl. 9fe* TJ>3 J02 9 , of locusts (|| |WTJ; >Grprop. 1?B? from pbo); Pt. f& Is 33 4 , c. i rei rush at, Mpon(likelocusts);ofroOT«g',ra»igrmjrbearPr28 li (unless we read ?pE', Toy); fig. of C5*D3 longing for water Is 29 s (|| ^.J? and, v*, np">), ^ 107 9 (II rujTj). Hithpalp. Impf. 3 mpl. |1pf pnf ; Na 2°, of chariots, they rush to and fro. T [pEto] n.[m.] running, rushing ; — cstr. p&D Is 33 1 , of locusts. Ipli' (v of following; deceive; Aram. "VP deceive, also n. deceit, ; n ». Pa. deceive, and deriv.; As. taskirtu [Dl -<7iV-] a fte, so NH "ipt?, Ar. _S-< and JXi (loan-word ?)). < . Iptt? a.m. deception, disappointment, falsehood ;— '& Ex 23' + 64 t.; IpJP Ex 5°+ 42 t.; pi. D"1Pf ^ ioi 7 + 3 t.; sf.DnnpB' J e 23 32 ; — 1. deceplion,v/ha.t deceives, disappoints, and betrays one : a molten image Je 1 o 14 = 5 1 17 ; gift Pr 25 14 ; grace of person 31 30 , etc.; 'B* ("OK ^ 1 l 9 » 12S ; 'V -1^ v 29 ; 'VI nt33 Je 13 25 ; 'v bnj i6",cf.also^7 l5 33 ,r ii 9 1,s l828 li ; -$$} for dis- appointment, in vain 1 S 25 21 Je3 23 . 2. deceit, fraud, wrong : '&(?) HCV do or practise fraud, wrong Ho 7 1 Je 6 13 8 s - 10 ; c. 3, 2 S 18 13 ; '# n^VS Pr ii 18 ; 'V t$ Pr 20" food got by fraud; 'V V$ Is 57 4 ; * B» Je 8 8 ; 'e> li» * 7 15 (|| bctf); 'b> ntrp jitfb pn Je 9 2 ; 'B>3 3 10 (|| -1:3), adv. npe* fraudulently, wrongfully |> 3 5 19 38 20 69 5 1 19' 8 ' 86 . 3. injurious falsehood, in testimony, esp. in courts : T?f> 1$ Ex 2 o 16 (E) Dt 19 18 V^ 12 Pr 6" I4 5 25 18 ; DnpB' nj? I2 17 i9 59 ; V WJ> Dt 19 18 testify falsehood; 'V njOB* Zc 8 17 /aZse oa«A; 'B^ JOBO swear falsely Je 5 2 + 5 t. ; 'E> by V3Eb Lv 5 M ; t> 13T Mi6 ,2 + (v. p^J TJWJ; 'B> new IS32 7 ; V (<)nafe> ^3i 19 i2o 2 Pno 18 17 7 ; bsu 'E> Jb 13 4 V' i 19 69 , cf. v 163 ; abs. false ! 2 K 9 12 Je 37 M - * ^- fulsityt °f false or self-deceived prophets: 'W N33 prophesy falsely Je 14 14 23 25,26 21 ; +^ pers. 27 10 14 - 16 ; '^ '3 v 15 ; 'B*3 'j 5 s1 20 6 9 9 ; 'e> rrjia is 9 14 Hb 2 18 ; '«> rwr Zc io=; 'tfptn Jei4 ,4 ,etc.,(+I2t.); 'B* mi v . p. 925b. 5. lie, falsehood, in gen. : V nan ^ 1 o 1 7 (|| flj?"j) ; It^l^J Pn 3 5 ; of D^O Jb 3 6 4 ; 'tr f^b /aise tongue Pr 6 17 1 2 19 2 1 6 26 s8 ^ 109 2 ; of lips Pr 1 2"; 'V Vhtt if liar. t [~lpQJ] vb. denom. do or deal falsely; — Qal Impf. 2 ms. I'pB'ri Qn ai B thou wilt not do falsely to me ('?). Pi. Pf. 1 pi. V$# f 44 18 ; //«p/. 3 ms. "VST, « s I 5' 29 ; 3 mp 1 - "Wl Is 63 s , etc.;— deal falsely 1 S 15 29 Is 63 s , c. 3 pers. Lv 19" (|| BTI3); c. 3 rei V^ 18 8 9 34 . npjy, ninpjp v. nptf. ~w v. m "12N"CJ n.pr.m. v. "Wp. ... v : - * v v :- yfitt (</ of Ml., parch; NH 31^66 scorched (by sun), 3^B 'parching heat (of sun); Ecclus 43 m 3-IC pi parched grass; Aram. 31^, 3*3^, oU, >»i* 6e parched, 3"]^ A«a<, drought: cf. prob. also As. n.pr. div. Sarrabu (-pu) Zim KAT3, 4,i ; >cp. Ar. ££, mtVa^e [Rob BR1 - 42 ] Ges" 357 al.; see against this esp. Che 1 "" " 1 "- 269 ). T^TtZJ n.m. 1. burning heat ; 2. parched ground;— only abs.: POK/I 'B* D|: K^l Is 49 10 ; of ground, 'B'n Is 35? (J| pSOX). t iT'l")© n.pr.m. a Levite with Ezra (? * ts*rw hath sent burning heat; or cp. Syr. oi*. Pa. P ropagavit); — S.a pa ^o{t): Ezr 8' 824 Ne8' 9 45 " I2" 4 . rein© v. oatf. I. [Hlt^] vb. let loose (NH id., dissolve; As. lar&, Pi. open (building, for use), dedicate it; tasritu, dedication; OAram. me Joose, so Aram. IOV, Ji«. ; Eth. (iX remit, condone);— Qal 7»ip/. 3 ms. sf. VH?* Jb 37 s lie (God)^ Ze<* it loose (i.e. the thunder). Pi. Pf. 1 s. sf. WW Je 15" Qr 7 will set tliee free (cf. 40 4 £ @), but dub.; Kt innc (i.e. ^niiB', ^^), ThesGie I vex thee [Tie>=-nX, very dub.]; Ew al. RV strengllien tliee; this yields best sense, but as Aram. TE» is intrans., read then I'?"!!?' or ini7<?i],Dr; Jerome Eabb rd.^t^^W thy remnant (AV). II. )T")t# (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^'1 be moist; Aram, ton, J&l ttf.; Jilil* grape-juice ; NH N"!^ soften, dissolve; whence foil. prop. =moisture (Di Nu Dr* 178 Paterson liuH| "Gray Iia ), and so As. mesru, succulence (Hpt p,,er, °" *')). t[rnt*?] n.f. juice;— cstr. D'3$ mjpt? Nu 6 3 (P) <Ac JMic« 0/ jrrapes ( + p! , "W^). III. n")t^" (■/of following ; cf. Ar. jjjL, jj^-. short dart). tn"H© n.f. a weapon, perhaps lance, javelin ;— 'v Jb 4 1 19 ( + 3"jn , JV?q , VDD) — yet ® BapaKa, a> ifcoraa:, i.e. [pe*. IV. m^' (-/of foil.; meaning dub.; cf. As. siriydm, body-armour (Inscr. of Sennach.), Aram. AJLjLid.; Ecclus43* t<£.; also Egypt. tu-ira-na, ta-ra-y-na, WMM A,U - Eur - m ). TTV^ttJ, V~lti n.[m.] body-armour; — ahs. fTtf 1 S if*; ffi (Ges» au ) 1 K 22 34 =2 Ch I8 33 , ftf Is 59 ,7 ; A pi. &^V Ne 4'°, niJhe> 2 Ch 26 14 ; — body-armour, perh. more exactly breast- armour, Ne4 10 ; with appendages (0*^3^0) 1 K 22 w =2 Ch 18 35 ; c. vb. Wlb 1 S 17 5 , made of scale-like plates (D'B'f'ipi?) of bronze v 5 , named with helmet here, so v :B 2 Ch 26 14 and (fig.) Is 59 17 . — V n.pr. v. !in'B>. [m©] bracelet, v. TtE>. T^rPntD n.pr.loc. in Simeon; — Jos 19 8 (® oi%po airrZv, 1 rdg. W~&); WMM A,u - Eur - "'••" identif. with Egypt. Sa-r(a)-ha-na. np-vs p-itt? n.pr.loc. "2^C5 adj. gent. (tiCh 27 s9 ) v. -|B> rvn© Je 1 5" v. i. mtv ,• n -, ni-n , j Je 5'° v. . "*»>, rrntf. U3T0J iCh2 7 M Qr, v. 'n.W. T s ">fiJ n.pr.m. one with foreign wife Ezr ATT IO 40 ; Saptov, K Sapotf, ®L Sapova. nnej v. in. me*, jrntf v. iv. rn&. ri" 1 ";© v. rpt«s>. Tjrvntt? Je 15" v. I. me>. ninittJ v. [nonf ] sub me 5 . ]"ntf v. ip?' sub IV. me>. trnti' vb. swarm, teem (NH id.; Aram. 3 U cmJz, JJ*2. = f^, so KS-1E' (rare) ; Eth. U»<JR: germinate, sprout); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. V X//105 30 , 'X1J? Gni 21 , etc.; J«y>/. 3 ms. pf! Ez 47 9 , etc.; Imv. mpl. «-]E> Gn 9 7 ; Pt. P^n 7" + , f. nsnfc'n Lvn 46 ; Hex only P : — 1. swarm, teem with (ace. animal.), subj. water Gn i 20 " 1 , cf. Ex 7 38 , land ty 105 30 . 2. swarm, subj. animal. Gn8" (4-m,B, nan), Ez 4 7 9 , P^n Gn 7 21 Lv 1 i*m«-«* (all P«n"?y), v 43 ; subj. men Gn 9 7 ( + nns, nan), Ex i 7 (t£, + 0??). TV"1U7 n.m. G " 7,21 coll. swarmers, swarm- ing things ;— V abs. Lv 1 1 2 ^ , P^ v"; cstr. v s +; — swarming things (H D and P), aquatic Gn i 20 Lv 1 1 10 ; small reptiles and quadrupeds Gn 7 21 (+s|ty nona, n;n), Lv 5 2 ( + njn, nana), 1 1 29 (weasel, mouse, lizai-d), t*'-««m» ( c . cogn. flf), v 44 , cf. 22 5 ; insects, *$%) 'V Dti4 19 , + Va-iK-^S IJ^TTJ Lv 1 1 20 " 1 , cf. v 23 . Cf. Dr DB '■ sls . t p™)^ vb. hiss, perh. also whistle, pipe (NH id., iss (dub.), Aram. FPf id. Z Lv 2 15 -' 6 , j> In, id.; — from 'b* comes Gk. oiiptyfc ace. to Lag Abh 0GW ""• " Lewy Fnmi "- ,65 ) ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec.'S*. Iss 28 , etc.; 7mp/. 3 ms. p^f) Is7 18 + (Jb 2 7 23 read fH^ MeBiSiegf Bu); 1 s. "ijlf? Zc io 8 ; — hiss, as signal, ^ pers., fig., subj.: Is5 28 7 18 Zc io 1 ; in derision, ?y civitat., etc. (oft. + n»E> be astounded), Je 19 8 49 17 50" La 2 15 ( + B>ST r?n), Ez 27 s6 ; abs. Zp 2 14 La 2 ,s 1 K 9' ( + ft? p-in); >8 pers. Jb 27° (c. JO loc). tnp">tt) n.f. (object of derisive) hissing; — always abs. '&, and always 4- ™?t : Je 1 9 s 2 5 918 np^-U) ttncj (+ nrnn, rfyv), 29 K ( + rhtt, nsnn), 5I w Mi 6" (4-nB-in), 2 Ch29 s . > [np"H>] n.[f-] hissing, perhaps also whistling, piping; — pi. abs. (intens.) np v "lE' Je 1 8 16 Qr hissing, in derision, + TOB/ (v. ^W), Kt npnc ; cstr. DniJ? nip-IB* J u 5 16 as signal hissings (or whistlings, pipings) for flocks. ■PHtf (A/of p"'!? > J, Wlf, and perhaps of other words following; OAram. TWff be firm, sound, AranOIB' be firm, hard, JL be firm, con- sistent, substantial, truthful, JL( slrengtlien, confirm; Aram, and NH "HK' firm, hard ; ) L'oj_iJL_/f rmness, strength, constancy). t [ifei] n. [m.] navel-string (cf. Aram. tTAV Ezi6 4 3:, )'JL, Ar.J^,alKd);— sf.^B* H3? N^> Ezi6 4 (Ges' 22 " Ko" -145 ) thy navel-string was not cut; questioned are : IJJB' Pr 3 s (De al. navel, synechd. for body, || T'niosj) • © t<5 o-w/uiti crov, cf. <©, Clericus Bi Frankenberg ll'J'S, Ew Hi Kmp al. T0 , Toy either) ; TF& Ct 7 3 (® Z^aXo! irov; || ^]?.03), =TftE> Thes al.; now oft. interpreted as = vulva, cf. Ar. ~L» secret part, Hi Stickel Buhl Ottli, noticed also' by Thes, but Arabism dub., v. Bu. t[rnttj] n.[f.] bracelet (Aram. K?B> id., iJL chain, Gn 24" <SS: Ar. Jj^ bracelet, Qor 18 30 [Fra 66 ] is said by Lane" 66 to be from the Persian, and, if Sem., would be ir.V.yJ); — pi. abs. nWn Is 3 19 (in list of finery). t~ntf n.pr.m. 2 S 2f=n. "Ok, q.v. T ["Vltf J n. [m.] sinew, muscle (so context suggests);— pi. cstr. foB3 TV^9 W* Jb 40 16 (II "WW **)• tjW#, usu. rVrnitf n.f. firmness, always = stubbornness; only cstr. 'b>, sq. 3.?: Je9 ,3 i3 in 23 17 Dt29 ,8 Vr8i ,3 (nnnE ; ); V)n Da!) 'B> Je 3 17 7 24 1 i'CT), so (iai>) i6 12 18*. [n©">©] Ex 28 s2 v. following. t[n~lCnt?;] n.f. (in spite of foil. sf. masc. Ex28 14 ,Ges' 1!Bo Albr ZAWxvC,895,s,6 ' I,,(1896) ' 96 )chain (As. llarfarratu, chain, fetter; Mishn. J'li'iBHE', Talm. K^BHB/, Syr. |ifn ■»., chain or rqp« of palm-leaves, etc., but also NH rDByE/ chain, % vhf^, Syr. 1UJL [whence Ar. ILL, v. Eth. CfiftiV:], (connex. with "IB' denied by No B88WWAnm.9^._ pl- t/H^, abs. lKf' + ,Ph- abs. 2 Ch 3 15 , cstr. Ex 28" + , n:?-iB> v 22 (either abbrev. or textual error); — chains of gold, like wreaths, attached to ephod Ex 28" 14 ' 22 39"; ornaments on pillars at porch of temple 1K7" ('E> nyyo D^-ij), || 2 Ch 3> s "'«. ttHttf (apparVof foil.; Di Jb40 ' 16 Buhl al. think =iehE>, */t!0, cf.-IB», etc., Eth. t"C(D: nerve, muscle, whence BnB> as root^idre, but word very ancient, and this der. quite unproven; <Schwally 2MaMI(1898, - ,4or - cp. Ar. J^L (^i by dissimilation), thorn-bush, ,1^L hard, rough, rugged (of ground), ^^i. ill-natured, cross; hence Ens', from tough, gnarled root-fibres; NH and Ph. BOB*, As. luriu, all root, Sab. DIB* (v. Ar. supr.) root, foundation Horn chr 124 , DnCK foundation DHM ZMG " II<ls,5, - ,06i """ (ie83 »- 4 ' 5 ; Aram. K&p, U.JL root). tttnS n.m. Dt29 ' " root ;—'v abs. Dt 29 1 ' + , cstr. Is 1 1 ,0 + ; sf. , B i 1?' Jb 29", etc.; pi. cstr. 'B*!? 1 1 3" (v. infr.) 36 30 , sf. I^ftf Am 2»+, yB/'iB' Ez 17' + ; — 1. root of people under fig. of tree, involving firmness, permanence, Am 2 9 Ho 9 16 i4 li Isi4 :,0 2Ki9 :>0 =Is37 : ";— DEnB>J u5 >< is prob. corrupt, v. GFM ; — so of pers. (cf. Ph, Eshmunazar" GACooke« , • 9<, • 3l, ) Is 5 24 Mai 3" Jb8 17 18 16 29" Pri2 3 - ,2 ; = stock, family Is 1 1 1 -'° Dnii 7 , cf. (of serpent) Is 14 29 ; = source or cause Dt29 i; , l^'t? Jb^ 28 . 2. lit. root of tree or shrub Je 1 7" (sim.), Ez 31' (metaph. of people), Is 53 2 (sim.), Jb 14 9 30 4 ; of vine (metaph. of people) Ez 17 s -'- 9 - 9 ^So 10 (ace. cogn. c. ehB* Hiph.). 3. roo<, fig. = lowest stratum, of mt. Jb 28 9 , of sea 36 30 = bottom (text strange and dub.: Du Dnn WJ, with "n?< in v*); of feet, ^H '^f 1 3", i.e. soles Ew Di De Da al. (elsewhere H 3 ), Bu place of treading,/oo<AoWs; Du (arbitrarily) ^V, del. fyh. t[l*0"lttj] vb. denom. Pi. = deal with the roots ; — 1. root up, out : Pf. 3 ms. sf. consec. IfHH ^ 5 27 *« »haU root thee up from (|») the land of the living ; of fire (burn) roots, root : Impf. 3 fs. 3 BHB>n Jb 3 1 ,2 fire (fig.) roots at all my increase. Pu. Impf. 3 mpl. }BHE^ 31 8 be rooted up (of produce). 2. Fo el take root, establish oneself firmly : Pf. 3 ms. H¥? ^^ OytZ Is 40 24 (fig. of princes, etc.). Po'al id.: Pf. 3 mpl. WHg Je 1 2 2 (fig. of wicked). Hiph. id. : Impf. 3 ms. BOB*: I 8 2 7 6 (fig. of Isr.) ; 3 fs. BHB>rn ^8o 10 (id.; c. ace. cogn.); Pt. E*nfp Jb 5 3 ( n g- of pers.). * erra tttPC? n.pr.m. in Manasseh (cf. OAram.
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n.pr.encLzb 383 );— 1CI17 16 ; 2o[«]por; ®L*opor. [rrah©], [n^ehcj] v. -ne>. [J~ J"1l£^1 vb. Pi. minister, serve (cf. KHnriB'(temple-)«imi«<r?/,Ph.mBnD»nmts<rJ/, and perhaps vb. me> minister) ;— Pi. i 3 /. 3 ma. nit? Nu 8 M Dt 18 7 ; 3 mpl. OTIS' Nu 3 6 ; /wip/. 3 ms. linen Gn 39 4 , 3 mpl. VTW] Nu 3 31 + , etc.,- Inf. cstr. rr)$ Ex 28 s5 + , DB> ITJ^l Dt 17 12 , etc.; P«. n-i.BT>.Nu ii w + (2 S 13 9 v. TVtyQ, p. 602"), f. rn&O 1 K 1", etc.; — serve: 1. of ministerial service (opp. menial, lay): a. higher domestic service : Joseph Gn 39* 40 4 (JE), Elisha's chief servant 2 K 4 43 6 ]h , royal domes- tics 2 S 1 3 ,; - 18 1 K 1 o 5 2 Ch 9 4 Est 2 2 6 3 , Abishag Ki ui . b. of royal officers (late) 1 Ch 27' 28 1 Ch 1 7 " 2 2 s Est 1 10 Pr 2 9 12 . c. Joshua as chief assistant to Moses Ex 24 13 33" (E), Nu 1 1" (J), Jos i 1 (D), Elisha to Elijah 1 K 19". d. of angels to ^ 103 21 , cf. 104 4 . e. of kings of nations in proph. Is 60 10 . 2. usu. of special service in worship : a. of Levit. priests, abs. iK8" = 2Ch5 u ; c. ace. '" Dt io 8 17" 21 s Je 33 21 + (strangely) ** 'Ol??' 1 ? v 22 ; also Is 60 7 of animals put fig. for those sacrificing them ; of foreigners admitted to priesthood Is 6 1 6 , cf. 56"; so prob. Samuel conceived as priest 1S2" 3 1 , 'JS DX 2 ,s ('33 prob. ace, cf. ® ™ ■npotrwitw v"), " Om 'V Dti8 5 - 7 . b. Levites (P, and late); c. ace. of Aaronic priests Nu 3" 8 s6 18 2 , c. ace. of '1 1 Ch 15 s 2 Ch 29"*; prob. also in ref. to Lev. singer if> ioi"; c. ace. tabern. Nu i w (P), congregation i6 9 (P), people Ez 44 11 + v 15 (of idolatry); abs. 1 Ch 16 4 2 Ch 2 3 6 29" 1 ; 31' Ezr8' 7 (pt. as subst., ministers); 'JJt? 'V " nns ji-ft« ! ch 16 37 , D'Jnan ijj 'v 2 Ch 8 14 ; 'b* c. 3 loc. 1 Ch 26 12 ; esp. c. 3, of sacred vessels Nu 3 s1 4 912 - 14 2 K 25 14 =Je 52 18 ; T#3 1 Ch 6 17 . C. Zadokite priests (Ez), abs. Ez42 14 +3 t., c. ace. 40 4 ' + 4 t., cstr. T^}? 1 ? before sacred place 45" 4° 54 - d. Aaronic priests, abs. Ex 2 8 s5 + 4 t. P; c. ace. '• 1 Ch 23 13 ; '] Po 1 . . tfttJ six, v. vrm. 11. ttjtf v. B*HS>. pro f iii.XZJtt? n-ni."" *■ ' byssus (loan-wd.prob.fr. Eg.Jfm-w<mReinischap.DHM VOJvnl(1894) ' 7 Copt. Hens, cf.CopUent.weave; v. M'Lean ««'■"'■ """j on spinning, weaving, and wearing of linen in Egypt Erman A<,8rple,,694 "- i K °»- Tr " M8 ');— always abs. '{? ('B'B' Ez 16' 3 is error): — byssus, fine Egyptian linen (p3, q.v., is later synon.), i.e. the linen thread (spun by women Ex 35"), and the material woven from it : used for garments Gn 41 42 (E), Ez i6'° 13 (W, read &)> Pr 3 l22 »" for sail (in fig. of Tyre as ship) Ez 2 7 7 (brought from Egypt) ; elsewhere P, of priestly vestments Ex 2 8 5 - 39 - 39 39 3 - 2728 - 28 ; also ip? 'V twisted linen g 6.8.15 39 :.5.S.=8.59 + y 24 ^^ ' ()j(] g am ® g ae ) ; 'B> of hangings, etc., in tabern. 25* 38""** 3S 23 , and so If? * 26 1 - 3136 2 7 9 • 16,s 36 8 • :,537 38 91018 . t[J^l^li^] vb. intens. appar. lead on; so Vrss and context ; Pf. 1 s. sf. T™W) Ez 39 2 consec., / ('») will lead thee on (ace. of Gog) (form Pilp. fr. assumed vW 01' 253 Sta»" a * A-m.2, wi Hi-Sm Krae Berthol). "HotteS (Baer Gi ; '&V van d. H.) n.pr.m. prince of Judah, leader of returning exiles Ezr I 811 (cf. BAram. 5 1416 ); 2a/3ava<rap, A 2a<ra/3<«r- aapos, ©L SafJacraprjs ; in I Esdr Zavapaao-apos, etc. (prob. = Samai-bal-usur or Sin-bal-usur J l ,J ev .Entstehungd.Juil.75«r..l93 ggjjjjg Hut. DB, ».v. QJjg Ency. »'*• ,r - Berthol Kir1 ' 8 and reff.); — long identified with Zerub., so Be-Ry Ryle, but improbable, v. Sm L1 " e "' 9 Rosters He " ,el32f - Mey Knt " e, ""' g,c '; Mey 77 al. identify with f$$ 1 Ch 3" (against this Now H«i.i ) yet v Berthol 10 -). [nttJCJ] v. 1. W sub EHB*. t^ttJOJ n.pr.m. Jew with foreign wife Ezr io 40 ; 2«r(t) f i. "Htt?tjj n.pr.m. a son of Anak (Aram, form, cf.GFM JU );-Nui3" Jos 15" (both JE), Jui 10 ; SftnoVt, 2ov<rat, 2ov<ru, "USttJ, O'W, n" 1 ©© v. 1. b^ sub enc*. tTniJttS n. pr. terr. = ^33 (Jer Rabb. and mod.; by i4<6a*( / B'3'ns),i.e. disguising name by substituting last letter of alphabet for first, next last for second, etc., cf. Thes); — Je5i 41 and hence (perhaps gloss) 25 26 (v. Gie). t|a$tt5 n. pr.m. in Judah, 1 Ch 2 3l: " (with one son), v 3434 ' 35 (no sons, but daughters, cf. BenzKit); Saa-av[ji], ©LSto-av. pttfej TUB +pttJ© (BaerGi; van d. H. P&f, P$f>) n.pr.m. in Benjamin, i Ch 8 I4 ' :3 ; SwieiiX, Iom^k, A Suo-i/k, ©L 2urax (ace. to Simon. (Thes) = pB/pB> one longed for (•/ppB')). r["Wi2?] n.[m.] red colour, vermilion (etym. unknown); — vermilion, formerly gained from kermes insect (vermiculus): "IB'B'3 niCD Je2 2 14 (© fiiXros, red ochre; 95 sinopis [from city Sinopis, whence the colour came Plin NU ""•I 8 " 3 ], cf. Thatcher DBC0t0I '" a Canney KBU> ) ; •WVfa D'ppn Ez2i 14 . [rittj], i. rm v. m* ii. nttj v. nst? sub i. [ntw]. in. n© v. II. nne*. I. nntC vb. drink (NH id.; As. wKii, T t 217 Eth. rtt?: OAram. fine, Aram. Wtf, Wat, [J*s»], -*W; Sab. TIB' DHM ZMO ""■ l < ,, * 3l • 4 < ,3 Hom Chrlw );— Qal sie Pf. 3 ms.'E>Ex34 !8 -f, 1 s. VpNf 1 S 1"+, etc.; Impf 3 ms. Ntf Gn44 3 +, nm> 1 K 19 9 , usu. ri^'l On 9"+; juss. flf*) K i3 ls ; 3 is. Wni Nu 20 11 ; 2 ms. apoc. ROTi Ju 13"+, «$*» 1 K 13 22 ; 1 s. flB'W Gn *4«; 3 mpl . P$?fy 7 8", etc. ; 7m». ms. nnf Gn 2 4 u + , etc.; Inf. abs. nhB/ Is 21 5 Je 49 ,2 (in iS I 9 after prep., anom., Ges 5 " 3 ', om. ©ThWeDr and mod.) ) inB/Je25 23 +,ninB'Is22 13 (Ges' 75 °);cstr. W tPr3i 4 , ninf Je 35 s14 , Itap? Gn 24"+, sf. ininf 1 K 13 33 , HllV$ Is 51" etc.; Pt. act. nnc*Is29 8 +, f. nriB* Jb6 4 , etc.;— 1. a. of man: drink, water, wine, etc., Ex 34 28 (JE), cf. 15 24 (J), 1 S 3 o 12 Am 2 8 4 9 5" Is 5 M 6 2 M Pr 31 4 , Ju l3*M*+oft. ( 2 t. JE; 6 t. D); by measure (short allowance) Ez 4 1116 ; milk tEz 25 4 , cf. Ct 5 1 ; blood 1 Ch 1 1 " (fig. of water gained by hazard); fig. W1 nns> Dnon Jb 6 4 wAose venom [of arrows of'] my spirit drinks up; ace. + V? of source tEx 7 18 (J), v 21 (E), 15 23 (J), Pr 5 13 (fig.); ace. (of wine, water, etc.) om. Gn 24 1414 7 23 4 3 34 (all J)+ 1 1 t. J, Ex 7" 17 s (E), Nu 20 5 (JE), v" 33 14 (P), Ju i5" + oft,; ace. f0 f«K i8 ;7 =Is 36' 2 ; D^nop Ne 8 10 ; abs. Ec2 24 + ; + JO of source 1 K if 1 ^ no 7 , 1D3D 2 S 12 3 ; P! "p-11133 'V fAm 6 6 , cf. Gn 44 s ; P;a 'B> tPr 9 3 ; c. IP partit. Gn 9 21 Ex 7" Ru 2 9 , also (fig.) Je 5 1 '• (and Jb 2 1 20 infra), tb. pt. as subst. DV? *rfe> Ez 3i 1416 , r: fflW Jo i 5 ; "VJg' 'niB 1 ,/, 69". c. drink wine in sacrificial feast Dt 32 s8 (poem); blood of sacrificial victim -^ 50" (fig. of '">). d. subj. animals Nu 20" Jon 3' (both + men), also (fig.) Ez 34 1 ""; ace. (water) om. Gn 24 19 - 22 30^^. e. fig. of drinking cup of s wrath, D13VIN 'C in?nis5i 17 (+ ,, 1»p),cf.v^v M ,v.alsoEz23 32M and'(acc.om.) Je25 ,6M27 +8t. Je, Hb2 16 ; abs. Ob' 6 - 1616 ; acc.D , "!p?'i//75 9 ; npnoriQ'e>Jb2i S0 . ff. drink blood, fig. of slaughter, Nu 23 s4 (JE ; of lion, metaph. of Isr.), Zc 9 13 (read Op*J for 1»n ©<*<">• Sta Now Marti); so (blood of a sacrifice) Ez 39 17 -' 819 . g. fig. of wicked deeds : ME* D^DOn |» Pr4 17 (|IVB>-l Qnb XOrb ; these are their food and drink), cf. Jb 15 16 34", but Pr 26 s appar. = suffers violence (cf. DeToy). ta. late, = feast Est 3 1S 7 1 (cf. nFlBto). tNiph. Impf. 3 ms. nntS^ Lv I i 34 (P) all which is (may be ) drunk, c. 3 of vessel.— HlRipj Pr 27 15 v. I. niB* ad Jin. For cause, give, to drink v. npB>. fi. **TW n. [m.] drinking, drinking- bout ; — Ec io 17 . Trr'ntp n.f. drinking (mode or amount) Est I 3 / T11WQ n.m. c . feast; 3. drink; — abs. 'o Gni 9 3 +; cstr. niRB>D iS25 36 + ; sf. vriB*pDni 5 +(Ges ! » 93 "),etc.;— . feast, banquet (occasion for drinking,drinking-bout), 1 S 25 s6 - 36 Is 5" Je5i 39 (fig.), Jb i 3 Est2 18 5 14 8 17 9 19 ; lasting seven days Ju 1 4 1217 (wedding-feast, cf. Gn 29 27 , and v.Benz Arch - 143:E " w -'" b - 2949 Now A,,:hi -" i3 ); HB'y 'D give or make a feast (sts.-f? pers.) Gn 19 3 26 30 (both J), 2 1 8 40 20 (both E), Ju 14'° 2 S 3 20 1 K 3 13 Est i 3 + 8 t.Est, Jbi 4 +2 S I3 27 - 27 © Th WeDr and mod.; P>n nnB»t? Est 5 s 7 2 - 7 , TV3 nriB>D Jei6 3 Ec7 2 , P!n nwp n'3 Est7 8 ; 'e dv nnbfen. Est 9 1713 , cf. v 22 ; of s banquet for all peoples Is 25' (fig. of Messianic blessings); fig. also in TO? 'O S^SlD Pr 15 15 . ta. drinA (late): qf 1M i>3Np Ezr3 7 ; sf. WfO ^ Dn i 5 - 3 ; DfiwH? v 16 ; UySp'l? v 10 . II. nnii' (Vof foil.; II Vof n^; =*««, sit). fin. rrtfj a.[m.] seat (of body), buttocks (cf. NH TWf, Aram. UL foundation; cf. [nB»] p. ion; No" 98 );— abs. 'v Is20 4 ; pi. sf. DnviiriB' 2S10 4 . III. TTW (7of foil.; Aram, 'n? , ..fc^' weare (Ju 1 6 13 X <5); ]&L*^j^e textura; cf. Ar. i-.l, t5J^l, se< i/i« warp). u."*Tyti n.m. warp (NH id.; Ar. ^Ll, t^S-^ «£?.); — always 'b* abs.; — warp, the set of Y 2 nrupBB D«n threads drawn lengthwise in loom, through which the shuttle bearing the woof (u. 3"?.5? p. 786) is thrown crosswise ; Lv 13** + 7 t. Lv , , . c f_ gfm PA08, "^ 1888, clIITi " ARSK KB w """«. rnrvti v. [ne»] sub ive>. D^jntf v. oaf sub II. rotf. I" [7/lti^] vb. transplant (NH id.; Aram. •fit?, ^fclL*. ; Vulg. Ar. jJL£ plant, illi slip, cutting, Dozy (loan-words?) Thes" 88 ; As. Htlu appar. = shoot, slip);— Qal Pf. 1 s. ^ne> Ez 17 22 ; Imp/. 1 s. sf. '^WK v 23 ; P«.pa««. !»nB> Je i7 8 =>/' i 3 , etc. (8 t.); — transplant (poet.): tree or vine, c. 2 loc, Ez 17 1023 19" f 92"; d^S Ez 19 10 Je 17 s : || on? 'jbrby f i s , in-^ Ez 1 7 s , d^k v 8 ; nua rbvif nisb Ho 9 13 is corrupt ©Che We Now (both in transl.) GASm Harper V33 Vie> T&> (or the like ; somewhat differently Marti) Ephraim . . .for a prey have they set his sons. t [^rittf] n. [m.] transplanted shoot, slip; — pi. cstr. Wl vn^ ^ 1 28 s slips of olive (in simile). t[DJ"ll£^] vb. dub.; if text correct, open (NH Aram. DriB* open [vessel]); — only Qal Pt. pass. cstr. PJFI ^F * 1 ??£ Nu 24 s lb (poems in JE) the man opened of [mental] eye, so La 3 8 ); v. further Gray. []nty, pntfn] v. p#. t [pJlttf] vb. be quiet (late) (NH id., be silent; Aram. POP, P'nip, jsfciLk. be quiet, silent (cf. also Opt?)) ; — Qal Impf. 3 ms. , of sea Djn ph^ Jon i 1112 (sq. ^O), of quarrel, strife Pr 26 30 ; 3 mpl. of persons at sea, WwJ ^ 107 30 . T"VlttJ n.pr.m. a prince of Persia Est i 14 ; TUtpmo a wt. t [J"lJ")t£^] vb. set, appoint (poet.) (|| form of rW Ges^ 67 ");— Qal Pf. 3 pi. Vtf b)XV $ JKJO ^ 49 15 <Aey Aaw feeen. appointed (lit. they have appointed them, indef. subj.) fo'&e a flock for Sh"6l, but Gr rds. vw (nit?), Bae 3 wn; (nru); ania D?p£>3 vrp 73 s (|| jnaa -j^nn D:iB>^).