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

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שׂ

in” Sin, “st letter (with W', :11).

win (Jot £011.; vb. unknown; cf. NH may, 1889-, JAram. lamp, all haven).

limp n.m.""“leaven ;—ahs. ’w Ex :37 (J), Di: 16‘ (1)), Ex 12"" LV 2“ (all P). nxgip v. m. :‘g v. w.

13‘!” (Jot £011.; iwtz'rwenve; NH 339, der. spec, hair-mt, em; Ar. insert, WWW; Syr. ’5‘: rush in, adhere, embrace, be mixed wiui, 15$... vdum mmuJamm; cm. iabikd, headdress, D1 m A“).

1’ 'iv n.[m.] mtwcrk of houghs ;—cstr. Him ’9 2 S 18'.

Tnggip n.f. lattice-work, network ;—abs. "i 1 K7“+, p1. v“+, '3‘??? v‘7;—1. prob. window-[attics 2 Kx’. 2. net-ornament on pillars, 1 K 7'7-"(om. (an KitBenz),v‘“‘ (crpL, cf. Kit Benz), v‘"‘“’ 2 Ch 4mm 2 K 25‘7-‘7 || Je 52"”. 3. udwork,tails, for catching animals (65-) Jb '8‘ (Hm. "E. D‘s!)-

nnam v.

“Ill? nylon. Nu 32‘, v’B Jos 13" Is 1 6‘” e 48"; in Moab (Reuben), near Heshbon (cf. also Jerome" "' '); 2.3a,“

[larva] 3232;)“ VII. be mad, named, mn-feioad (NH (tier. spec.)=BH; so As. W, Ar. 7 , Am. 1:39, ‘5», Palm. saw; the Eth. VI; of same meaning is 9.70:)3—911" Pf. 3 ms. val? I Ch 23', consec. DI. 31’"; 3 pl. iv??? Is 9", ’M consec. De :4” 25", em; Imyf. 3 ms. YEW: Priz"+, 3 mp1. F1130" 1: 104”, am; Inn/p.173? Pr 20"; Inf. abs. 233.“? Jo 2m 2011 31'“; catr. gala? Ex 16‘ La 5-, nyg‘yf) Hg r“;—1. be rated (with food), esp. human sub}: a. ma, after Eats, Ho 4'" Isg" Dts’“, Ex .66 (P),+1| s, of. 1344" (1| 5:25); exposing men to arrogance Dt 6" 8" 31’“, cf. Ho :3“ (Isr. under fig. of mttle),Je50“ (id; c. :1 100.; || “2': graze); =liave (or get) enough to eat ‘1' 37“ 59“, enough to drink Am ‘5, fig. of sword Je 46‘“, of wins Hb 2’. b. c. we. of food Je 44" La 5“ Ex 16"(P),+6 L, of. F1 39'“ (of beasts, in 135.), ofeaflh, sated with water (rain)l’r30",




so of trees (soc. Um.) \[I 104“, fig. of requital P. 18’“. (no.1? of food Jb 193(k); fig.oi earth having its fill (of rain) 4' 104", and (fig. of requital) Fr 18"“; good sense 12" (del. Jib. so Toy), bad sense ["14“; c. 11,3 of source In 66“ (fig). 2. more gen., be rated, have desire satisfied : I. abs. Ex 16"“ (Le. with harlotry), Je 50‘”$with plunder), 1353" (with a given re: sult); 0 ayes Pr27‘", of She'él andAbmldén v”, cf. 30"; =have abundance Pr 30'(exposure to arrogance) b. it. man. be satisfied wilh, have om': of: Je 31", cf. #11“ 63', Pr 5'“Ec 5“, of: (eye aubj.) 4‘, non. of sons w [1" (si Vera 1., but text duh. v. Ol Du, cf. BaeWe), days of life, ie. reacll the mu limit (+ nag) 1 Ch 231 2 Ch :4". c. c. :i of goodness 1165‘, c. 1’? id. E0 6'. a. c. 5 ins, nun? m: virgth Ec :- (u 3. have in ma, be mifiiled with : I. lit., with honey (um) Pr 25“. 'I1. fig—be weary of, c. ace. of offerings Is 1“ (subj. ")y tossing: Jb 7‘, poverty Pr 28", shame Hb z", contempt 4: 123“, c. ace. pen. Pr :8". 1:. id., 1:. 3 of troubles 4, 88‘, of repth La 3”. +Niph. Pt. vain: sated Jb 3:". iri. satisfy. E: 7" they shall not satisfy their appetite (we; ; u «59); Imu.masf.,subj.", '1 irgo“(z we. . TKiph.Pf 3 ms. _ 4,107“, «1; consec.Is58“; 2 fst‘ gram; Imyf: 3111s. af.‘!¥3l§t J by“, zms. $312451 Is 58'", x s. Je 57, . “HMS w 81” van d. 11., fig‘ilé’! Baer Gi, etc.,‘ 17:15 am. r 29,551. 38‘7;Pt. _ 1:103‘"5“;—1.n.satiafy(esp. will: material blessings), subj.", c. ace. pars. Je 57(exposing men to arrogance), Is58“(iwc. of refreshment in drought, : loc. fig. oi'belp and blessing . worm v22; 11 N. .). at my (: instr., on snowflfl); (Limo. of ground J l) 38‘7(i.e. with rain); human subj.,c.acc.!;§g Is58‘" b. c. we. of food + perm, '~ sub}, 4.8;" (u 5 ), 105‘“ 132“ 147“; mace. pers.+ D‘m 91“. c. " subj., ME. rei + 5 perm, Ill") “V9 4’ 145". d. " subj., c. ace. of beam+flgp (of Pharaoh, in prophetic Ez 32‘. 2. enrich, subj. Tyre, c. act. gent. E: 27" 'l I _ . 3. auto, ylul (with the undesired), sub ‘, c. we. pers- +3 rei La 3", we. pers.+ rei Jh 9“.

n.[m.] satiety, abundance;-——abs.

’3'? Ex l6‘+, cstr. DEN]; i6“,’W’? Pr [3“; “XE-“v” Dt 23", Ru 2‘“;—1. misty. as to mate food Ru 2> 8 ; th (Dr6) 73K Ex i6'(P), Lv 25 18 26 s (both H), ef. th f 7 8 2S ; I? If B33 . . . ?3K Dt 2 3 15 eat grapes according to thine appetite, (namely) thy Jill, cf. MfiJ 1W b?« Pr 1 3 25 . 2 . satisfying abundance, ninpb 1? ^ 16". tnvnto, [nVntr] n.f. satiety;— abs. 1? Is 56" + , cstr. -riyaf Ez 16 49 , sf. ^jof v 28 ;— . as to food, esp. 'fcy -ON ea< <o satiety, one's Jill, Is 23 18 Ez 39 19 ; ^b also Is 55 2 (fig.); T? of dogs 56" (fig.); Dnj^b* leading to arrogance, as sin of Sodom Ez 16 49 ( + ft®, etc.). 2. as to carnal desire Ez 16 28 (fig.). tjato n.m. " 41 - 29 plenty, satiety ;— only abs. r V; — 1. jpZeniy, of bread-stuffs Gn 4 !»■*>•«• M - 47b3 (E), Pr 3 10 . ' 2. satiety, Ec 5". TJOiy adj. sated, satisfied, surfeited; — abs. "t? Gn 25 s Pr 19 23 ; cstr. P?f Dt 33 s3 -)- ; fs. HV?f Pr 27 7 ; mpl. D^af 1 S 2 s ; — 1. a. saterf with food, c. Drfe 1 S 2 5 ; Hint? B>D3 Pr 2 7 7 (opp. rnjn '3); abounding in '>'s favour (J^IO P3y) Dt 33 a (II K .^9) : abs - ««^erf Pr 19 23 . b. in phr. D'PJ 573^ satisfied vrith days, in a good old age, Gn $??'(?), Jb 42 17 (both + fpT), 1 Ch 2 9 28 ( + HZriD na'ba), also abs. jnfc> Gn 25 s (P; + ia. + ?2J)- ""• k a d sense, surfeited with trouble, etc.: TJT y?f Jb 14 1 , fh> I? io 15 . f I. [ I jt£^] vb. inspect, examine (van d. H.-QS5' [so © trvuTpiPwv], but Mas."!? v. Norzi; hence connex. with Ar. Jll, probe a wound, try, examine, improb., and this(acc. to Fra M, )denom. from Aram, loan-word ; improb. also is connex. with Aram. "Op think (cf. foil.), Kau Arra - ln ATte );— Qal PL"&, c. 3 obj., Ne 2 ' 316 I ex- amined into the wall, inspected it closely. fll. ["O®] vb. Pi. wait, hope (Aramaism; cf. Aram. "OD think, Pa. hope ; i.=Loo believe, hope, Pa. think, Aph. hope);—Pf 1 s. ^1W

  • 1 1 9"*, 3 pi. ^W Est 9 1 ; Impf. 3 mpl. ¥1$?)

Is 3 8 18 , TOfe" Vm5 16 , l* 3 '^ V'KH 27 ; afpL nriafn R u i 13 ; — 1. wait for, ?pers., Rui 13 . . Aope for, 7 rei f 119 166 , 7K rei Is38' 8 , ?K pers. V' 104 27 145 15 ; 7 inf. Est 9' hope to rule. + [~Ot?] n.m. hope; — sf. , '"}3fe> ^ii 9 » 8 , "->!? ^ilife' 146'. [K jl£^] vb. grow, grow great ( ■y/only in Job; Aramaism; cf. Aram. ^D, N3D, k^», all

a s ato increase, grow great ; OAram. BAram. Palm. N^t? adj. much); — Qallmpf. 3 ms. metapl. &Mb? Jb8" (of plant; metapl. form Ges (75o °; >van d. H. n$T|). Hiph. 1. make great, pt. It^P D?132 Jb 1 2 23 Ae maketh the nations great (v. 7 3 b). 2. magnify, laud, 2 ms. VVS tWf n Jb 36 s4 that thou magnify his work. — Vid. rot?. tWSto adj. great;— of God, abs. t?W b* Jb 36 20 ; cstr. nlnoa'p 37 24 . t [^Jt£^] vb. be (inaccessibly) high (cf. X 3Jf Pa. [from Heb.] exalt);— Qal Pf. 1. 3 fs.

  • 4$8 Dt 2 M , of city, c. IP, be (too) high for

capture. 2. 3 mpl. Qjjj? Jb 5 11 of pers., 6e Aw/A in prosperity. Niph. Pf. 3 ms. 33f 3 Is

u.i7. aapj Pri8 10 ; 3 fs. naffeo f 139 6 '; i><. 

Mf J Is i2 4 + ; fs. n33E>3 Is 26' + ;— 1. 6e %A, walls Is 30 13 Pr 18 11 ; city Is 26 5 ; God's know- ledge ijr 139 6 (unattainable). 2. fee (safely) set on high, Pr 18 10 . 3. be exalted, of God Is 2" 17 33 s ; his name 12 4 yjr 148 13 . Pi. Impf. 3 ms. 35'^ Is9 10 f 107 4 '; sf. fajfe* 20 2 , etc.;— trans. c.acc. : 1. set (securely) on high,-^20 i 6() m 9i 14 ; c. IP, of foe 59 s , affliction 107 41 . 2. exalt, in effective hostility, c. 75?, Is 9 10 . Pu. Impf. 3 ms. 33B^ Pr 29 25 6e s«< (securely) on high. Hiph.Vmp/. 3 ms. 3'3fc>: Jb ^ God acts exaltedly ^H33. T2^tt) n.pr.m. (exalted); — 1. son of re- builder of Jericho (Hiel) 1 K 1 6 34 Qr (Kt 3'3K> ; ZeyoW3 ; ®L om. v.). 2. of Judah 1 Ch 2 21 - 23 (2fpoi>x, ©L SryovjS). fi. US©?? n. [m. Albr 2AWI " (I896, ■ 6(, ] secure height, retreat; — 'o V , 9 1 ° + ; cstr - 3 ^9 Is 25 12 ; sf. 'asb-p f i8 3 + , etc.;— 1. a. = strong- hold, Tnbh 'O "1V3D Is 25 12 . b. fig. of security Is 33 18 . ' 2. fig. of God as refuge f 9 1010 , i8 3 = 2 S 22 3 , ^ 46 812 4 8 4 59 101718 62 3 - 7 94 K 144 2 . f 11. 33fe)Q perh. n.pr.loc. in Moab ; — 'Bn Je48 1 (v.Schwally ZAW '" 1(I888) - 19e Albr ,c ), A^ad; Gf thinks appell. of Kir Moab (v. 11. Tj?) ; most sub i/Bl. I [nJIli'] vb. grow, increase (late; || form of N3 b>) ; — Qal Impf 3 ms. nsfe^ ^92" righteous «/<aW grow great like cedar (|| TIS^), cf. Jb 8 7 (opp.-iVSP; v 11 see XW). Hiph. P/ 3 pi. ?JH"WM1 -^ 73 12 iAe?/ have increased riches. y&> v. »*», :toato v. n. »b. TIB

© coll., D'ateji, ot?), Ex 2 1 3737 (+nW, i&tt coll.),

2 s { + m tiV,lton),v*(id.), , (id.; allE); Dt22' 

( +*lie i ), I S 17 34 (nr Kt van d.H. erron., v.Baer Dr), roaming pasture Is 7 2i , straying ^ 1 1 9 176 (sira.), slauglitered Is 53 7 (in sira.) ; + "»iB>, "ton Ju6 4 1S22" Jos6 21 (J), +id. + ^D5 1S15 3 ; as sacrifice Gn 22 78 (J), Ex 13 13 Lvs 12 12 8 Nu

5 » (D'lya i« D*osa "&-, all P), Dt 1 8 3 ( + ~Yff), 

Is 43 21 66 3 ( + ".**>), l**m? Ez 45 15 ; cf. Ex 34 ' 9 (+*»W), v M (J), Lv2V M (P; +1W); fit for sacrifice Lv22 28 (H); unfit v°(H), Dtiy 1 (both + "|W); as food 1 S 14 34 ( + "iiB>), ^ D*F? 'V D'?y Dt 1 4* ( + id.) ; for passover Ex 1 2 3 "- 4S (P) ; fig. of Isr. Ez 34 17 ' 7 (|| D^N, DTpnj), v 20 - 20 - 2 -- 22 . . coll./ocjfc.-n-nts nbje5o' 7 (=nnai<^Xv 6 ). I [7ntr] n.[m.] witness (Aram, loan-word = Heb. "I? ; •/ "WO, ? <^») ;— sf. nj*» Jb i6» (|| »Tp)._Hrmn|f Gn 31 47 v. BAram. Lex. "int£^ (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. J£i new moon ( J^2> is ma&e conspicuous, notorious) ; Eth. •7UC: id.; X K"VPD, Syr. |>c*i moow; OAram. "int? moon-god' Lzb 373 ). T mint] n. [m.] moon, or crescent; — only pi. Q , 3inB'n of (non-Israel.) ornaments of camels Ju8 21 , kings v 26 , women IS3 18 , ®/ujwV«h, 93 (Is 3 18 ) lunulae; on crescent as ornament v. Dozy" 76 ° Lane 8 "'""- 314 Perles ^ 7 », cf. Fra 68 . Niiy v. vim p. 670 a. I, II. alto v. I, II. a». rnC 1 Gn2 4 63 v. LOW. t [Clli'] vb. swerve, fall away (akin to HOB* q.v.; NH DID Hi|)li. is shake, move away ; As. idtu, rebel, Meissn 90 ; Eth. V'm: bring back, restore; in Z apostatize is NDD); — Q** -^ P^ cstr. 313 ■'DB'I ^ 40 5 those falling away to false- hood (Gunk 1 * 1 *""- 40 npfen). t[ttto, IDD] n.[m.] swerver, revolter(?), deeds that swerve (fr. the right?); — pi. ■"ipriB'1 , P , PX$ Q, P?' Ho 5 2 and revolters have gone deep in slaughter (or nnnB* in corruption), but dub.; We Ike Now GASm, cf. Cu**", '1'n D'tp^n JVy£' and the pit of Shift im they have made deep; D'DD n'B^ tjtioi 3 to do deeds that swerve I hate.

1- [ ^P**] v b. hedge or fence up, about 

(=11. ^D, q.v.);— Qal Pf. 2 ms. i"ljn fid& Jb 1 10 liast fenced him about (protectingly); Pt. iflf Ho 2* I will hedge up (obstruct) thy way (ace). t[n5ra] n.f. hedge (=n31DD); — cstr. P"jn TtiVli Pr 1 5 » (in sim.).— DftoD v . HEpe-. II. "1W (? || II. 13'C : cf. NH n?iD; Aram. «3iD, bioi (ms.), N^DID, Jfcooi— all branch). I [ij'ito] n. [m.] branch or brushwood; — sf. 3 ms. rib** Juo 49 (Ges* 9I «; but v. GFM Bu). t[HDito]n.f. id.;— cstr.D'XJJ T)?S&J U9 t *+ perhaps T abs. nffo v 49 (so @ Doom for MT nbVB*). tnbito,'to^to n.pr.loc. in Judah: 1. in Shephelah, nbi'B> Jos 15 s5 1 S if" (fr. ® 2ok X o><9 HPS (after We, cf. Dr) conj. ni3B>)> 1315? 2 Ch 1 1 7 28 18 , perhaps also nb'B> 1 K 4 10 (Buhl Benz SS ['peril.']; ThKit sub 2); mod. Es-Suweke, SSE. fr. Beth Shemesh, in Wady-es-Sant Kob BBL494 Buhl GM8rm ; 2o) X «, 2oK Xa >6, etc. 2. in hill- country, Jos 15 48 (Kt rail?, Qr tolB>), prob. also 131!? 1 Ch 4 18 (' son ' of 150); mod. Suweke, 4 h. S. of fran Rob BR "- ,6 - 21 Buhl Geogr164 ; 2<o X «-{<>). TCrC^tf} adj . gent. m. pi. a family of scribes 1 Ch 2 55 ; Su>xadteifi, ®L SovxaBeip. I. DW, D^ttf vb. put, place, set (cf. N5 2MOx»xTiios8S).K>s. N H DID Pi. designate, fix, D1B>Ecclus45 5c 4Q 6 ; Ph. Dt?, As. sdmu, fix, determine; Sab. D't? se<, set up, SabDenkm" 0,7 ' 16 CIS lvl ; Ar. lli ((_j) is insert, sheathe, also com- mute,- Eth. VitTD; jpw<, place; % DIB', Syr. ii, OAram. D^); — Qal P/. 3 ms. DB> Gn 2i 14 + (2 Ch I s rd. DB> ® a? Gi Be Kau Benz), sf. to'e> Ez 1 7 4 + , W$p 7 20 ; 3 fs. no'B' 1 s 1 9", sf. inrraB> Ezi 9 6 24 7 ; 2ms. WDB' Je 3 2 20 + ; 3 pl.tt^Qn 40" + ; 1 pi. «?^ Is 28", etc.; /nt^j/. 3 ms. D*; Ex 4", D'B" Gnso^-f-, 0^ Jb2 3 6 ; juss. DB" T 1 S 22 15 + ; D'^ 1 - Gn 28 + >' si.^W) 2 S 15 4 , ^t2^)l 1 K io 9 ; 2 fs-WBTni Is 51 23 ; D^W 1 S 2 8 2l + , HD'&K} Ezr 8 17 Ju 12 s Qr (Kt n»fc«Kl); 2 mpl.^bri Gn 3 2 ,7 + , po^ri Ex22 24 + ,etc; /wu. ms. D ,- E> Gn 24 s + , etc.; Inf. abs. DiB> Dt 17" + , cstr. Dlfc> 45 7 + , Oft? Jb 20 4 +2 S 14 7 Qr (Kt D1B>), ID'i? Is io 6 Kt (Qr tolb*), etc.; Pt. D^ Am 7 9 + , fs. rwn I s 5 1 •» (so rd. for MT nDB-ri); pi. D'DtoMaU'-r; i>ass. D'S? Nu 24" (cf. Di), Ob 4 ; f. ace. to mpst npVt? 2 S 1 3 s2 (van d. H. TOfc Kt), but v. infr.; nb"'e> f 56 s Bae Buhl, but most Imv. ms.; — put, set (oft. || fOJ 2, q.v.), c. ace. pers. vel rei (expr. or impl.): 1. a. put, set, in a place, + DB* Gn 2 8 (J), + ace. loc. 28" (E) + 5 t.+, c. 2 ace. 4- loc, 2 K 1 o 8 heads (in) heaps at (ace. loc), cf. LV24 6 pS); +3 40 16 (E), fig. of ' put his name, 'B*V3 2 K 2i 47 = 2 Ch 33 7 , cf. c. DB> 1 K 9 s Dt 1 2 s + 6 t. ; esp. 3 trftj

oito of receptacle Gn 3 1 M (E), Ex 2 3 (E), Ju 6" + oft. ; sackcloth on (3) loins Gn 37 s4 (J), 1 K 20 31 , crown on head Zc 6" Est 1 17 , shoes on feet Ez24 17 ; hook, etc., in nose 1 K i9 28 =Is 37 s9 Jb40 26 , incense "|BN3 Dt 33 10 , i.e. cause thee ('<) to smell it ; feet in stocks (fig.) Jb 1 y" 33"; knife into throat Pr 23 s (fig. of self-restraint, Fl in De); words into mouth Ex 4 15 (J), Nu 22 s8 (E) + 8 t., + Dt 3 1 " teach to say or sing ; into heart Jb 2 2 22 , ins. also 1 S 29'° @ Th We Dr Kit Bu HPS ; trust in God 1// 78 7 ; (guilt of) blood into house Dt 2 2 8 , cf. Ju 9 s4 (75? pers. ; so, c. 103 Dt 21 8 Je 26 15 Jon I 14 ); something into hand Ex4 21 (E), of wonders, i.e. enable hand to do them ; elsewhere = take, of hammer Ju 4 21 , booty 1 K 20 6 , so (fig.) take one's life (B'SJ) into one's palm (i.e. risk it) Ju 12 3 1 S 19 5 28 21 Jb 13 14 ; put eyes ^33 2 K 9 30 (v. 7J13, cf. Is 54"); E>B3 (=person), D*!D3 ^-66 9 (subj/'); set men at (the use of) implements 2 S 1 2 31 (prob., cf. Dr HPS ; > (Dpfcj! sawed them with, as || 1 Ch 20 3 , Th We); 1 K 2 5 (|| ]m) is dub.; ©L Klo Kit rd. DJ3J1 ; charge something against (3 pers.; pro- perly put in, i. e. attribute, impute, to) 1 S 22 ,a Jb 4 18 ; so, c. 7 pers. Dt 22 14 , cf. (7 om.) v 17 ; put 3|» Am 7 8 Is 63 11 , tfra Ez 26 12 . b. put some- thing upon (75?) Nu 2i 89 (E) + oft. ; jewels, clothes, on person Gn 2 4" (J), 41 "(E), Lv 8 8 (P), Ru 3 3 , turban Zc 3 s5 Ex 29 s (P), Lv8 9 (P), cf. (prep, om.) Jb 24 36 13 (fig.), girdle Je 13 1 ' 2 , sackcloth 1K21 27 ; rWT^S D "J? 'V Jb2 ° 4 (° f man's creation); of siege and siege engines, 75? = against, Mi4 14 EZ4 2 23 24 ; 2>ut, lay, upon (75?), 2 K 4 s9 + ; hand Gn 48 18 ( J) + 3 1., + upon mouth, in silence Ju 1 8 19 Jb 2 1 5 , and awe Mi 7 16 , so c. 7 Jb 29 9 , to^ 40 440 , upon (7J?) head 2 S 13" (in despair, cf. Je 2 37 ); ace. of disease Ex 15 26 (J), so (3 pers.) v 26 Dt 7 16 ; fig., spirit (7J?) Nu n 17 (JE), name 6 27 (P), duty Jb 3 7 "(I), reproach 1 S 1 1 2 , n3iD nnn n$n f I0C / (<g Bae I3<eh, so , or lO^l , Hup Che); 3.b 71? V Ct 8 6 (mm.), so, fig., = remember, treasure up, Is 42" 47 7 (|| 12J), + 6t., c.7K 2Si 3 33 i9 20 (||id.); c. 3 iS2i' 3 ; cf. >W3 'K> Ex 1 7 14 (E), impress upon. c. imt, lay, set, c. 7, 2K11" lay (violent) hands on= 2 Ch 23'*; put end to Jb 18 2 28'; set 0no!> 5"; render glory to Jos 7 19 (JE ; || 103), Is 42 12 ; make covenant with 2 S 23 s ; set food for Gn 43 32 (J), 2 S 12 20 , prep. om. Gn 43" (J), so, c. »2B? 1 S 9 24 28 B 2 K 6* 2 ; 1$ / B» elsewhere Ju 18 21 , of prece- dence Gn48 20b (E); set laws (as authoritative) N?e£ Ex 1 9 7 2 1 1 (both E), Dt 4 44 ; God (as moral ruler) DTO.ij ^ 54 s 86 14 ; "133 I? also Gn 3 i 37 (E), n?3 Ez 14 4 '; TJ?j> Gn 30 4 '(J). d. put, c. P| Jos 2 4 7 (E) + 5 t. (Ex 8 19 v. nnB p. 804), + Gn 30 36 (J), 32 17 (E), put space between; c. nnn Ex i7 l2 (E), + 3 t. (Ob 7 del. ipnb WeGASm Now al.) + ^ nnn T * m oath Gn 2 4 2 ' 9 47 29 (all J); put, c. 7K loc. 1 S 6" 15 19 134 Hb 2 15 , 7N pers. Jb 5 8 commit unto ; c. 7SS rei Lv 6 3 (P), TO rei Dt 3 1 26 (P) ; Tf? 1B* 1 S 9 23 lay up some- thing with thee, reserve it ; put, c. 10! Mi2 12 ]>ut together ■= collect (|| IPX, fSp); without modifier iKi8 a "; Ez 3 o 21 apply bandage (|| jnj). 2. set, direct : a. sword against (3) Ju 7 22 ; fig. extend compassion, 7 pers. -Is 47 s . b. direct 37 {mind) toward, pay attention to, c. 7, 1 S 9 20 Dt 32" Ez 40 4 44 5b ; c. 7K Ex 9 21 (J), 1 S 2s 25 2 S 18 33 Jb 2 3 34 14 (Bu Du del. 3$ and rd. 3'B* inn); c. 7J? Hg i 5 - 7 Jb i 8 ; compl. om. Ez 44 51 Hg 2 151818 Is 41 22 ; Ju 19 s0 read perh. D333|> for D3^ (or nsj? for tt$), v. esp. GFM Heb - »>"• ; 3$ om., Is 41 20 ( + nxn, J/T, 7'3'f v), c. 3 pers. Jb 2 3 6 (so Bu, who cps. 4 20 24 12 34 21 , but all cases dub.); 3 1 ? D'C>, c. by=intend Dn i 8 (obj. cl.). c. set face (D^B) toward (ace. loc.) Gn 31 s1 (E), + «^b Je42" >I517 44 ls ,cf.2Ki2 18 Dnii' 7 ; c.7K, toward or against (implying opposition) Ez 6 2 + 5 t. Ez, c. 7J? Ez 29 s 35 2 , c. TTJ of direction 21 2 ; c. 3 (fig. of oppos., subj. *•): njn!> D33 *Jf tfy <Mn Je 44" cf. 2 1 10 Ez 15 7 (|| }ruj, Lv T 2 o 5 (P)'; c'7 rei (human subj.) Dn 1 1 18 Qr ( < Kt 3B"); c. 7J? pers. + ^PO? of purpose 1 K 2 15 ; set eyes (D , 3 , J?) upon, c. 7J? pers.= behold Gn44 2l (J), = look after, take care of, Je39 ,2 4o 4 , '131127 24", but Wj? Am 9 4 . 3. a. set, ordain, c. ace. rei Nu24 23 (>acc.pers.Di). b. set, establish a law, statute, +7 pers. Ex 15 25 Jos 24 s5 (both E), cf. Pr8 M ; +3 loc. Is 4 2 4 f 78 s (|| D'j?n), also 81 6 Je 33 s5 + 2 S 20 19 0»V for ^^ ® Ew We Kit Bu HPS, cf. Dr); establish something as (7) law Gn 4 7 26 (J), 1 S 30 25 ( + 7 pers.) ; establish bazaars (us a right), 3 loc, 1 K 20 34 ; appoint a set time Ex 9 5 (J), Jb 34 21 (rdg. 1}?iO for *fe GHBWr Bu), ins. (perh.) 1 S 13 8 so Dr KloHPS (>ins. IDS ThWeBu Kit, after ® X) ; a place, + 7 pers. Ex2i 13 2S7 10 =iChi7 9 , i>rei 1 K 8 J1 ( + DE'). c. set, found a nation, Is 44' (si vera 1.), establish it V' 89 30 ("IJ??). d. set, appoint (as ruler, official) + 75? pers. vel gent., Ex 1" 5" i8 21 (all E), Dt x 7 i4.u.w.u j u 1 1 » ( + 7 of office), 2 S 1 7 2S ( + nnn

Q 2  noran 

tj"ltt*l6fl n.f. (deposit, then, cstr. T 'n) pledge, security, Lv 5 21 (P; || fnj3S). ^11. QW, DW (peril, ./of foil.; cf. Ar. Ill be inauspicious, *li ill-luck). trTVuT (van d. H. ran? Kt) perhaps n.f. token of unluckiness, scowl ; — 2 S 1 3 32 , so Ew° "'■ «■ H - m (abbrev. fr.i>KDb»; or emend. riDBfcf) We RS En " Brlt -< 9 > Dlvl ° Kit, cf. Dr HPS. t ["fittf] vb. saw (|| foi-m of "lfeo ; denom. fr.TWp ?);— Qal 7«ip/. 3 mOb"! i Ch 20 3 (but v. D'fc» 1 a).— Ho 9" v. -ilD ; Ju a 22 Ho 8 4 v. Tils'; 12 5 v. mb tiTVito Is 28 25 prob. dittogr. for foil. TTpfy (Koppe T We Che al.; © 3S GesDi al. in rows (adv. ace; but NH TTV&, Kv.'yL, Lag cK».a» M . cf-Vog elst 1 »"' i " rt, '" h - J1 who favours^ in Is. More plausible would be some grain, as mW Zinj.Inscr., Lzb 374 Sachau r *" ammu23 ). tfe^, WW vb. exult, rejoice (No ZMa «„« (1883,. 636 der _ (< perll /) fr< inter j ; fts L£Q an enticing call, so Gerber 50 );— Qali*/. 3 ms.b'b' Dt 28° + , 1 s. *nW V' n 9 U , etc.; 7«y,/. 3 ms. trty Dt 28 63 + , '3 mpl. D*^ Is 35 1 (Ges* 47 » Kb'- 510 , but D erron. Kenu 01 !2 " a , prob. dittogr., so Lo Hi Gr Che Hpt Marti), etc.; Imv. fs. *fty La 4 2 , mpl. *i*' Is 65 18 66 10 ; Inf. abs. bnb» 6i 10 ; cstr. bfefy Dt 30 9 ; — exult, display joy, c. Vy <wer,Dt28 63 - 63 3o 9 - 9 Je32 41 Is62 6 Zp 3 1 (+nnp'B'3; || ^?), fii9 1B ; c. 3 Is 61 10 (&*?«< 1*%), 65 M

  • 35* (all || 7%); 4 o ,7 68 4 ( + nnt?B'3; || ^j?), ^

(all || not?); x I0 " Jb 39 2 ' (horse), > 19 6 (sun, as atlilete); c. ^3 and cl. La i 2 '; abs. Is 35 1 65"* (both || 7%), 6 4 4 (but del. ) V® © GrDu Che" 1 " Marti),68 14 ; La4 21 (|| nob'), Jb3 22 (||i>T!?S npb>), Is 66 10 (ace. cogn.; || b"i, nob/).— Ez 2 1 15 is crpt., Co Kb.^J»$ (forb"b»3), Krae Vfr$, other conj. in comm.; on cl. vid. esp. Da Toy Heb - Hpt -. TjiifUl l.m. I,!ls exultation, rejoicing; — abs. / b»V45 a +. jb'b'EstS 1 "; cstr. [fet^Sta 12966 ) V'51 14 119" 1 ; — exultation, joy (esp. in s favour), .Toi I2 Isi2 3 ^5i I4 io5 43 ii9 ul ; 1? Cp (i. e. with which guest s were anointed ; fig.) ^4 5 s Is6l 3 (opp. ^«); 'b» Bg> Je 33 9 (|| njfrfij ; n text v.GieAlbr ZAWlvi<U96) ' m ); elsewh. || nrbb» : Je-j" 15" 1 6" 25 10 33 11 Is 22 13 (only here condemned as reckless, wanton), 35 10 51 311 Zc 8 19 ty 51 10 Est 8 i6.i7. ||nob'Je3i 13 (opp.bNi). pnto ttoitoQ n.m." 248 id.; — abs. 'o Is 3 2 13 + , cstr. b»ibnp Jb8 19 + ; s f. 'b'ib'o Je 49 25 , nb/ibt? Ho 2' 3 ; — exultation, in gen., La 5 15 (opp. i^X), Is 24" 66'° (ace. cogn.); of bridegroom 6V; BW 'D 24 s , 1133 1J v 8 ; 'D V!B 33 '3 ; f Jerus. (as causing joy) 6o 15 ty 48" La 2 15 , cf. Je 49 s ('b-Vco tc$-, || n^nn), i s 6 5 ls (|| n^|) ; tof! '» (of godless man) Jb 8 19 ; fflflD "0 Is 3 2 l4 j i.e. desert. — 'o Is 8 6 , si vera 1., is cstr. before prep., but ('3«?) DIDO, Hi Gie Che Du Kit Marti al. nti? v. n$». t[nnt^] vb. swim (NH ?np swimming; $ NHD, Sy r . ^a, swim, bathe, also Njnp, Krnp, Nrrtb' swimmer; Aph. was/t) ; — Qal Pt. + Inf. cstr. rinbb nrrfjn bna* nates i s 25 ". Hiph. /mgf. 1 s. nriB'X x/,6 r I make my bed swnwi (with my tears; another view sub 1?W Qal 1). tlTrtp n.[m. 8t ** m '] swimming (on format, (and tone) Ges* 84 " Kb 111 - 60 - 497 );— 'b» 'D Ez47*. t [^nt^] vb. squeeze out (so NH Onp, Aram. Onp ; Mand. ODD spread out Nb M238 ); — Qallmpf. i s.Dnb»K} Gn4o" (E; bit DnjyrrnN). t^^niT] adj.(?), doubtful (van d. H. *(*#.; /unknown); — cstr. )'? ^nc? EZ41 10 usually panelled, wainscotted, with wood; or n. a icains- cot of wood, but Co ,! !3n, Toy ^BT (cstr. ,! an). t pntP vb. laugh (|| pnv, q.v.; NH pn'e>, POD ; Eth. u-rft*:);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'bn consec. Pr 29 s ; 3 pi. ^pnb/ La i 7 Jb 30 1 ; /mp/ 3 ms. pnb-) Jb 39 7 + , etc.; Inf. cstr. pinb" Ju 16 21 Ec 3 4 ; — 1. a. laugh at, usu. in contempt, derision, c. ?y pers. Jb3o'^52 8 ; ?$? rei Lai 7 ; capers. God subj. Vr 37" 59 9 (|| JJD); c. b rei vel pers.= have no fear of, Hb i 10 Jb s 22 Pr 31 23 , also, fig., of noble animals Jb 39 7 - 18 - :s 41 s1 ; abs., Pr 29" (opp. V), of '■> V 2 4 (|| ivb), of wisdom Pr i 26 (3 temp. ; || id.). b. c. b» pers., appar. of friendly laugh Jb 29 s '; in gen. Ec 3 4 (opp. H33). 2. sport, play, Jui6 27 . Pi. Pf. 1 s. ^PO'en i S 6 21 ; Impf. 3 ms.'pnb^l J u 16 25 , etc.; Inf. cstr.~plivb f 104 26 ; Pt. plihu Pr 26 19 r Ch 15 39 , f. npnb/o Pr 8 30 - 31 ; ].!. D'pnb'D 2 S 6 5 4- , nipntro

S 18'; — 1. make sport, Jui 6 25 (? pers.) 2 S 2 14 

0?.?£ pers.; in tournament), Pr 8 30 C?.?! 5 ), v 31 (3 loc). 2. ,/««<, Pr 26 19 . 3. play : incl. instr. music, singing and dancing 1 S 1 8 7 , c. ' , V.?? pnto

S 6' (3 instr ), = I Ch 13 8 , 2 S 6 21 I Ch 15 29 

( + njjno) ; of merry-making Je 1 5 17 (|| t?V), 30" 31 4 ; of children's sport Zc 8 s ; of beasts Jb40 20 + 104 26 ; of man, play with (3) crocod. Jb 40 29 . Hiph. (declar.) Pt. pi. VpifyQ 2 Ch 30 10 they uttered mockery Dn'bg (|| D"?^). tphtT, pinbn.[m.] laughter, derision, sport (pi-op. inf. cstr.) ;— abs. p'n'B> Je 48 26 + 5 t. ; cstr. Ec 7 6 ; abs. pinB" Je 20 7 + 7 t. ;— 1. laughter (joyous) Jb 8- 1 (|| n^TW), V' I26 2 (|| nan), Ec 2 2 (1| nnCB*), 10 19 (|| OEb); as hollow Pr 14 13 (opp. K3),'Ec 7' (opp. oy?), cf. ^osn 'if v 6 . 2. (object of) rfertst'on, 'fe»b» nj!J, Je 20 7 48 26 - 27 (rd. 'B>!) for MT 'fe'n © id. ; SOB* sirai/ ; Eth. »»m?: in. 6e seduced, etc.; cf. Di- J ' ph "" (]882, ' ;!05 );-Qa 1 -P/- 2 fs - ***& Nu 5 ,9W ; 7m;>/ 3 fs. HCb-n v 12 - 29 , juss. 3 ms. OB** Pr 7 2, ) - 7wm ms. npb 4 15 ; — inrn aside, of unfaithful wife Nu 5 12 (abs.), + B"N nrW, i.e. while married, v 10 (+"¥?■? adv. ace), v 2029 (all P) ; of youth, fr. (?W) way of evil woman Pr 4 15 , toward (bit) her ways 7 s3 . t[DtOtf] vb. bear a grudge, cherish, animosity, against (NH DOB' Niph., X Gmf DOB'; perh.akin to |DB>q.v.);— Qallmpf. 3 ms. DDB>>1 Gn 27 41 , 3 mpl. sf.^Otj'B-: f 5 5 4 , etc.;— cherish animosity against, ace. pers. Gn2 7 41 (J), 49 23 (poem in J), 5° 15 ( E )> +W?*65*J ofVs persistent assaults on Job, Jb 16 9 30 21 . trrct3to72 n.f. animosity;— H09 7 + v 8 (del. We, ct Now). ]L3itf (/of following). tltSft? n.m.* 109 ' 6 1. adversary. 2. Satan (NH JrV, ?Op ; Aram. KJB&, KJOD, Syr. U^ (Hebr.); NH vb. ?OD, Aram. JOD ; Ar. ^ii is 6e remote, esp. fr. the truth, and fr. the mercy of God ; ylL»i -Satan, Eth. A£rti1:) ;— 1. adver- sary, in gen., personal or national ; (?) '&? n '? Nu 2 2« (JE), 1829* (cf. Nes"*"- "), 2 S i 9 23 , ^Kr Nu22 32 (JE); , E'iK5 ,9 ii 25 ; b'B'D^n,

rpto subj. God 1 K ii"- 23 , cf.^109 6 (II PBh). 2. superhuman adversary, '^l 1 : a. of Job, one of D'ri^n »J| Jb !«•"■«*>*•>» a 1 - 2 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 67 , b. of h. p. of Lubrf.' ZC3 122 ; © o Sid/3oXo $ . c. as n.pr. 'B> Satan 1 Ch 2i'(interpr. 2 S 24'), © SidjSoXos- (® o-arax tl K II 14 - 23 ; Sararas Mt 4'° Mk I 13 Lk io 18 + 33 t.NT). t [tttto] vb.denom. (Gerber 30 ) be or act as adversary ;— Qal /mp/. 3 mpl. sf.^OE* f 38 21 109 4 ; Inf. cstr. sf.footfj) Zc 3 1 ; Pt. pi. cstr. "JOB- ^71", Bf/JOfc» 109 20 , ^OiB* v 29 . ■(•1. 712102? n.f. accusation; — Ezr4 6 . fn. 11310*1? n.pr.putei(Aos<27%)Gn26 2l (J). [Wfe?] , |«ito v. K'BO. t ^ttf vb. be hoary (NH ro^ oZrf age; As. lefoj, a^red man; Ar. il>Li (^) become hoary, Eth. H4fl: (in deriv.); Aram. 3'D be old; oU jrcow old, %^Jo grey liah-); — Qal Pf. 1 s. 'ri3#1/ri3P4 1S12 2 ; Pt.1V Jbi5 w ( + V-& aged). t [n^] n.[m.] (hoary)age j— stWfrl K 1 4 4 . tillTtt? n.f. hoary head, old age; — abs. r V Ho7 9 +; cstr. tISty Gn44 31 ; ■* T91? 4^ 44 s9 , etc.; — 1. grey hair, hoary liead Ho 7 9 (fig-), Gn 42 38 44 29 - 31 (alU), 1 K 2 6 - 9 Pn6 31 20 29 ; / B'B i ^ Dt 3 2 25 (op P . P?V); || !PT Lvi 9 32 (H), |j njpi ls 4 6 4 , + id. ^71 1S (in these transition to foil.); tig. of sea Jb 4 i 24 . 2. old age, n3iO t> Gn 15 15 (JE), 25 s (P), Ju S 32 1 Ch 29 2S ; '{? also ^ 92 15 (trees, in fig. of righteous), Eu 4 ,s , + 2 S 1 9 s4 (© Ew Th Bu Kit, cf. We Dr HPS, 1^?^. for 1^^)- tfD v. I. [J1DJ. T*itf (/of foil.: NH Vp lime, I'D white- washer; Aram. ^TD, J Li lime, Ar. I^i (not loan-word, cf. Fra 8 )). tTfeJ n.[m.] lime, whitewash; — always B'; — lime, produced by burning bones Am 2 1 , in sim. Is 33 12 ; as whitewash Dt 27". lT"!*to, Tltl?] vb.denom. whitewash; — • Qal Pf. 2 ms. w? Drik nnB-i Dt 2 7 2 - 4 . vto, ^n^.to v. nb. I. rPltf (Vof foil.; NH D"^ speak, nn'b, nrfD conversation (oft.); Aram. DTP speak; Ni5 zira M x,m 0883). J*) cp . Ar. lli (tf ) ie eager, diligent, whence (Buhl) eager occupation, with sthg. as orig. mng. in Heb., but conjectural). tn , tpn.m. +1<M ' 34 oomplaint, musing; — abs. / B'iKi8 27 Pr23 ::9 ; sf. 'itf? i Si ,6 + , "ip Jb23 2 , irVB' 2K9"| 102 1 ; — 1. plaint, complaint : Jb 7 13 9 s7 io 1 (|| atei no), 21 4 23* Pr 23 M V'SS 3 (|| nccnN); W^a ^ip 64-'; *3sb 's? t]bb> 102 1 '. Foil, are dub.: 2. musing, 1 K i8 2 '(E) of a god, || £ 3<fe>, (so RV; SS ' wacWewAm '; Buhl ' beschaftigt sein'; AV talk) ; ^ 104 34 of man (Buhl SS. Bae 'Rede, oder Gesang'). — Vid. also [nb] infr. 3. anxiety, trouble: , rPE> 3np 1 Si' 6 (defined in MT by DJB, ef. HPS ; so Buhl SS, but perh.=l). 4. toft; Vrfc> 2 K 9" (so RV SS, but meaning obscure in context). tnrPte n.f. id.; — abs. r B> f 119 99 Jb 15 4 ; sf. -nir'B' f 1 19 97 ;— 1. complaint : hn$ * Jb 1 5 4 (so Bu al., cf. D^ 1 De al. meditation, cf. [JH3]). 2. (obj. of) musing, study: rniPI tn -1 ^ vb.den.om. muse, complain, poet, talk (of) ;— Qal Imp/. 3 ms. D^ ^ 1 19 23 ; 3 fs. sf.^rwn Pr6 22 ; 1 s. ntttf U9 78 +, etc.; 7m^. ms.Wjbi2 8 , mpl. WE'Ju5 10 + ; Inf. cstr. 0^ i/f 1 19 143 ; — 1. complain : ^ 55 18 77* (both || ran), Jb7" (^£53103), + ^ 6 r (rd.prob.nn^N for nnb'S). 2. muse: ^"DV f 77'; c . 3, meditate upon, study, God's rviTpJJ v 13 (||™n); DHIpB ii 9 1M8 ; DMin v 53 - 18 ; nit6w v 27 ; iTIOX v 148 ; c. ace. V&fil *Sfl 145 5 . 3. a. talk (about), si'ngr(of): abs.Ju5 10 (ode); c.3rei, i/'ios 2 = 1 Ch 1 6 9 ( || •Vtf , lt?t ; so SS Gerber, but poss. = 2, so Dr), ^(H)™ (3 pers. against; || ni3 , 33 l of mocking words), b. c. sf. pers. talk (with) Pr 6*> (del. Toy) ; c. b speak to Jb 1 2 8 (Di 'sprich sinnend'; HiBurd. H2>; Kau l"l*n (so Bu as altera.), Bo al. sub II. WW). P61'el meditate, consider : Impf. 3 ms. nnifc^ Is 53 s (abs.); 1 s. nnibK f 1 43 s (3 rei ; || njn).— Gn 24 ra v. I. WT. [ntr] n.[m.] thought;— sf. "TO tn*6 Tap SnW Am 4 13 ; read prob. 'ms? (against Ba^ 79 ' 80 ) unless otherwise corrupt. II. FPU' (-/of foil.; cf. perh. As. sdhu, grow, grow up (of trees), iihtu, appar. a shoot, sprout; NH = BH ; Pun. nt? ; Syr. | g l» m artemisia Judaica, cf.Wetz8t™" b " ,ch ' 4 • 41 L6w' , ■ 78 , so Ar.

  • ^ Lane ,<,;8 (cf. Lag BN '*>)).

t Hifej n. [m.] bush, shrub, plant; — 'B> abs. coll. Jb 3 o 4 , cstr. rn£n 'V Gn 2 5 (J); pi. WjHp Jb 30 7 , on%n inx Gn 2i ,3 (E). I, 11. Ufa, niD^tp etc., v. I, II. Biff. Tjfc, n3to v. IV. T>B». Ijto v. II. T3fe HDl^ ( /of foil.; NH H3D Zoo^ owi, Aram. N3D look out, hope, HKJ3D watchman, NJTOD (for Heb. nssp) outlook-point; Aeo Pa. hope for; Ar. DO (., (^) is complain (i.e. disclose grief?), »lx-iL« lamp-niche, Eth. ffoftji^f; window). T ,, '13ty n.[m.] perh. a celestial appearance, phenomenon(Rabb.ThesminaVDe(afterTalm.) coc& (cf. NH , 1?B' cocA, ■'W3B' J len , t foreign words ace. Dalm), Di ' Wolkengebilde ') ; — abs. 'fc> perh. of clouds (cf. || rrtnti) Jb 38 s6 (RV m meteor). t[lT^j] n.f. very dub., only pi. cstr. Mw nnonn Is 2 16 : perh. gen. term, 93 quod visupul- chrum est, Ges Comm ' kbstliche Anblicke,' cf. De ; others refer to imagery (cf. IVS^P; as attract- ing the gaze) Che 0on "° RV Du ; watchtowers (v. Aram.) Ew Di RV m ; standards (as con- spicuous) Thes; ships (id.) (Bennett [private letter], and now Gunk Schl " >f,,ne50 Che H, ' , Marti, cf. || rfMN; SS Bu Jb40S1 prop. nVS^= , D shijjs). tn^Sffip n.f. show-piece, figure, ima- gination;— abs. 'd LV26 1 , sf. in-?"^p EZ8 12 , in?W Pr 18 11 ; pi. cstr. ni> 3^p Pr 25 11 f73 7 , sf. Dn s 3E>p Nu 33 s2 ; — 1. show-piece, specif, carved figure, of idolatrous'symbols, Nu 33 s2 (P; J*^| DnbBD), 'O J3N Lv26' (II H3S0 etc.), 'O ^D Ez8 12 (>del. Co); elsewhere ^P? 'D Pr 25" «7wr carvings. 2. imagination, conceit, Pri8", 33.S'Df 73'. tn^Dtt) (so Baer Gi ; var. N^t? j van d. H. rV3E>; Kit""' dub.) n.pr.m. in Benj. 1 Ch 8 10 ; So^Jia, Sf^ia, ©L 2«x'« ! ® 33 Sechia. tpston-fm.] knife (NH pip; prob. loan- word (Lewy Freradw - ,;6 ) fr. Aram. W^p, [Ls^> id., whence also Ar. ^JL No H123 Fra 84 ; Vdub.); — abs. fy Pr 23 s . TIDip n.pr.loc. (si vera 1.) near Bamah (=ouilook, Ko" 161 );— 1S19 22 ; WMM**"- ■""•"* cp. T-ku in Eg. inscr. ; but © 2«t>(c )i ; read 'BE> ThWeDrKitBuHPS. I. [TTDlf] vb. cover, lay over, so as to screen (cf. || Vl. T3D) ; -Qal Pf. 1 s. "M *$&) T^Ex 33 ^(JE). -pto tn. nDV] vb. weave (cf. || a/II.^d); Po'lel Impf. 2 ms. sf. ^33li>n Jb io 11 with bones and sinews thou weavest me together. t[Tjto] n.[m.] booth, pavilion ('e> peril. errou., cf. ljb, H3D sub II. -x) ;— sf. W(f La 2 C Aw [V B ] pavilion^ (|| Vl^S). III."pttf (-/of foil.; cf. I.Tft», II.-J1D). t[H|to] n.f. hedge ;— sf. tasfctp Is 5 S (if 3 right) ; perhaps rd. '"'ab'D v. sub I. "pfe>. IV.'lDt^ (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. dH fierce, transfix (Lane J582c ), ixi weapons; akin also to csJyi, Eth. J**h: thorn, spine; As. sikkatu, peg, Syr. J&u£ nai7 do not belong here, cf. Dl Pro1 - 1% ). t[7|tr] n.[m.] thorn;— pi. D'3fe>Nu33 55 t[j"T3^] n.f. barb, spear;— pl.rri3b , Jb 4 o : ".

1- /Dl£^ vb. be prudent (Gerber * denom. 

fr. b&, but vb. early ; NH &D, Hithp. sJww oneself attentive (to), look; Aram. ??D (rare) understand, Ithpa. look (at), consider, Aph. instruct; ?3B' only Aph.(forHeb.7 , 3E'n) ) ?mc2er- stand, make wise; "%,rt m Pa. teacA, Ethpa. understand, etc.; Sam. ZiS^k Ithpa. Joo& (for Heb. D'SH); As. «&£w, clever, iiklAtu, cleverness, Meissn 8 "" 1 "- ^ ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 1? 1 S 1 8 30 bepru .- rfeni, circumspect (SS HPS); Kit Buhl Gerber al. prosper. Hiph. />/. 3 ms. ^Sfe'n Je 2 3 s 1 Ch 28"; is.'n^B'nf 119 99 ; 3 mpl.^3'B'nJb34 w +; Impf. ^3'f: 1 Si 8 s + ; 2 ms.juss. hzfyn Dn 9 s5 , etc.; 7m». mpl. I^Sfn ,/, 2 10 ; /n/. a6s. Slfn Je 9 s3 + ; ^3*fn (Ges i53k ) Je 3 15 Jb34 35 ; cstr. Vty Gn 3 6 +, etc.; Ft. TfyQ 1 S i8 14 +, f. H^J Pr 19 14 ; pi. D'TS'^O Dn n 35 + , etc.; meanings hard to classify: scholars differ greatly; — 1. look at: b*fyrfy ftfn "10n3 Gn3 6 (J) was desirable to look upon (so © Ges De ; AV, RV to make one wise; Ew Di Buhl SS Dr al. sub 3). 2. give attention to, consider, ponder: Is4i 20 44 18 EH32 29 ^64'° io6'Jb34 s7 ; c. !>Pr2i 12 ; c. ?K f 41 2 Ne 8 13 ; c. ^5? Pr 16 20 ; c. 3 V '©I 2 Dn 9 13 - 3. have in- siglu, comprehension: Je9°(|p JHJ), ^94* (HP?), I i9 w ,Dni 4 9 M (||»T); ty)3bnassubst.==tn«srA«, understanding: ass gift to ruler and teacher, II n V1! Je 3 15 ; || nyi Jb 34 s5 ; || 5HD Dn I 17 ; "ID1D tm Pr i 3 ; 'bn Tfyj 2 1 16 . 4. cause io con- sider, give insight, teach: subj., ace. rei, 1 Ch

-oft 

", ace. pers. V'S 2 " Ne 9 20 ; Gabriel subj., 2 ace. Dn9 K ; D?n 3p subj., ace. rei Pr 16' 3 ; c. ?, Pr2i n ; "9 alB ^b- D^sV'sn 2 Ch 30 s2 (but Be Ke Benz etc. who shewed good skill, sc. in music, v 2lb ); D'p"3B>p(n) Dn n 3335 12 310 the teachers (so Ew Hi Bev ; Thes Ke Behrm al. the wise). 5. act circumspectly, prudently: abs. Am5 13 ^ 2 10 36 4 ; WfO as subst. ■f 1 4 2 = 53 3 ,Pno 519 i4 35 i5 24 i7 2 Jb2 2 2 ; n^pVlffe Pri9 14 .— Je50 9 has fc^ ""3? ace? to Mas. (van d. H. Baer Gi), cf. 93, i.e. a child-slaying warrior ; but 'e> Hiph. elsewhere only Ho 9 14 , of miscarriage ; ® @ Ew and most mod. (Gf Gie Rothst) read ??^D, either skilful or fortunate. 6. prosper, have success (cf. Dr IS "- 5 ): abs. 1 S 18 15 Is 52" Je io 21 20" 23 s Jos i 8 (D); c. 3, v 7 (D) 1 S 18 514 (rd. "^33 for "5$ VrssThHPS al.), cf. 2 K 18 7 ; c. !>K, Prif. 7. cause to prosper : Dt 29 s 1 K 2 3 (D). !?, /D& n.m. prudence, insight; — *P abs.'f in 10 +,cstr. Pri9 11 + ; '& abs. iS 25 3 + ; i>3K> Jb 17 4 ; sf. &?b> Pr 12 8 Dn 8 25 ;— 1. pru- dence, good sense: 'V 113112 woman of good sense 1 S 25 s . 2. insight, understanding: n:P3

Ch 22 12 2 Ch 2 11 , cf. Jb 17 4 ; 31D r V Pr 3 4 1 3 15 

ty 1 1 1 ,0 2 Ch 30 22 ; t? B»N Ezr 8 18 ; 'B-3 J'JJV 1 Ch 2 6' 4 ; l^PS'b' D^n lipo Pr 16 22 ; restrains from anger 1 9 11 , wins praise 1 2 8 , fool despises W? 1 ® V 23'; 1? Dib» Ne 8 8 (|| C3Q) se< forth (the) wncZer- slanding (i.e. the meaning). 3. bad sense, cunning, craft, Dn 8 s5 .

7 , 325Q n.m.contemplativepoem(Hiph. 

2. De al.); — in titles of ^32, 42, 44, 45, 52, 53. 54, 55,74>78,88,89, 1 42; also 47 8 'Dr>B7: >Ges al. didactic poem (a/4); EwRiPe al. skilful, artistic song (/3); Vi alone fits all cases. . f II. [7DI^] vb. Pi. lay crosswise (so, and not Vl. fy, ® @ 33 S! Jo ° and mod., cf. Ar. jXi 6t'nd legs of beast, plait locks of hair); —Pf. 3 ms. VT-riS b'B> Gn 48 14 (J); Thes Dr, however, prudentes fecit, fr. vl. '{}'. n^rtoEci ,7 v.mb3p. flDtC vb. hire (NH^.; Sab. T3W1 Aire on«*e?/oM<(?), recompense^) DHM Hofmu,u ; Eth. ^"h-Ci hired; Ar. Ixi, reward, thank, mod. Pal. ii.l5Ci. hired, of land ploughed by hire, Bergheim rKQ1894 ' 198 ; Palm. Nn3B» perh. reward- ing Lzb 376 );— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'V Dt 23' 2 K ? 6 , ■OT Bf. il?^ Ne 6 12 ; I s. sf. T^W Ga 3°"i Im Pf- 3 ms. -Of* Ju 9 4 + , etc.; Inf. aba. "ibfc Gn 30" ; csir. 13fi) 1 Ch 19 6 ; Pt. act. "& Pr 26 1010 , pi. Dna'C 2 Ch 24 12 (Ezr 4 s v. i03D); j9a««."l«fe> Ne 6 w ;—hire, retainers Ju g 4 (3 pret.), soldiers, etc. 2 S io 6 = 1 Ch i 9 M , 2 K7 6 2 Ch 25" (3 pret.), priest Ju 1 8 4 , artificers Is 4 6 6 2 Ch 2 4 l2 , husband's favour Tn-}3'f "Of Gn 3 o 16 (J; 3 pret.); Pr 26 1010 obscure, v. De Now Toy; for evil purpose Dt 2 3 5 = Ne 1 3 2 (by against), Ne 6 1213 . Niph. hire oneself out, Pf. Vrafeo DnVa 1 S 2 s . Hithp. ecmi wages, Pt. "QrViT&n Hg i 6 (as subst.), 'D v 6 (as vb., + ?K loc, constr. praegn.). t"Oitf n.[m.] hire, wages;— abs. 'C ^V Isi9 10 '(=l , ='?'); cstr. Prn 18 . fi. "Oil? n.m. Ez29 18 hire, wages, only sg., not c. art.;— abs. "fe> Nu i8 31 +, cstr. "Ofc> Dt I5 I8 +, sf. ^V Gn 3 o 18 +, etc.;— 1. wages, of servant, Gn &F** (J), 31 88 Ex 2" (all E), Dt 1 5 18 (-v:fe> 'f), 24 15 1 K 5 20 Zc 8"> Mai 3 s (Tak ^ ) ; soldiers Ez 29 18 ' 9 ; shepherd (symb.) Zc n 1212 ; beast Ex 2 2 14 (E), Zc 8 10 . 2. = reward, for work done, faithfulness, etc., Gn 15 1 (JE), 30 18 (E) in expl. of name ~awv, Nu 18 31 (P), '3 "qn^Db 'V V J e 3 1 16 (cf. 2 Ch 1 5 7 ), Is 40"°= 62 11 (fig. of reward of '< 's labours), i/<- 1 27 s Ec 4" 9 s . 3. passage-money, fare, Jon l*. + 11. "J n.pr.m. 1. father of hero of Dvd.

T T 

I Ch I I 35 , A A a/>, A Za X ap (|| fjf> 2 S 23 s3 ). 2. doorkeeper 26 4 , 2a^ap. tT3fo adj. hired;— abs. 'e» Ex 14* + , f. n"J"3b Is 7 20 ; cstr. fd& Lv 25 s3 ; sf. Xffy v 6 ; pi. sf. rrofe> Je46 21 ;— 1. hired, of beast Ex 22 14 (E), razor Is 7 20 (fig.). 2. usu. as subst. hireling, hired labourer Dt 15 18 24 14 , Lv 19 13 22 >» 25 6 - 10 - 63 (all H), Ex 12 45 Lv 25 50 (both P), Mai 3 5 Jb 7 1 - 2 14 6 ; 'B> '303 Is i6 14 years like a hireling's years (reckoned strictly), so 21 16 ; mercenaries Je 46 21 . "DG? 7 !^ v. p. 441 supr. T[]"P2tpQj n.f. wages; — sf.: -wages of servant, ,r ?"]3jp» Gn3l 7 ", ^H- 29 15 ; = reward of faithfulness, W- Eu 2 12 . tlSto n.f. El16 ' 13 quail (prob. foreign word ; Ar. {jpS., Syr. 4.o^oo,Sam. OTtZ"*); — quail, coturnix communis vel vulgaris (Tristr NHB229ff - FFP,24 Post Hu, - DB - Ql,A ' 1 , Di Ell6 ' 13 ) : — abs. coll. Nu

^ bwdv 
1 32 (J), Ex 16 13 (P), V 105 40 (in all Qr vVf); 

pi. WW? Nu 1 1 31 (J; as if from sg. flji*>). Nrj 1 ?©, 1. rra^to v. ftoi>e>. t : - ' t : - ' : - . rra^to = n5>D'e> v . sub befc». tjtCjMp n.pr.m. father of Boaz Ru 4 21 (® 2aA/«zi/, A@L -^), = nc£tJ> v 20 (® id.; rd. prob. |iO-), hence K»ife> 1 Ch 2 1,u (Sotyui.), also (as father of Bethlehem, on identity v. Be Now Ru,h ) V 51 ' 54 (S a <opov, ©L 2a / i(a) a )— ? rd. |ta{^ in all. "MObC? n.pr.m. head of post-ex. family; — r V Ezr 2 46 Qr (Kt. $t* [cf. NH n.pr. ^pfe> Dalman, Lihy. W DHM K|> " rI>e " , " nArN »- ,3 J ; so Baer ; van d. H. Gi Qr , pi>?' ; 2<yiaax, A®L 2 f X aA i(*)i) = wjfc Ne 7 48 (SiXqm; N 2a^ a «). t [p7i^] vb. kindle, burn (Ecclus 43 4m "»- pHQn > v 2i.23 T p ^n, burn; Aram, (also BA) p^D ascend, Aph. cause to go up (in flame), offer sacrifice; >a^w», Palm. p?D, ascend); — Niph. Pf. 3 fs. 3pJ?!3 n^J ^} ^, 78 21 afire was kindled against Jacob. Hiph. make afire, burn: Pf. 3 pi. consec. 'PT^., c. 3 rei ; Impf. 3 ms. abs. PT! Is 44" (both jpP3). ^1*3$, ^ISDto (Baer jM, ' 7 ) 51 n.[m.] the left (NH id.; As. Sumelu; Ar. jCi (also Jl . .:■ and J-iLi, J-*Li nor<A wind) ; OAram. Imy, Palm, (sf.) l^aD ; Syr. jUa£ ; /dub., DN^+i? Nb M128 Hom AU - AI -< 18S,2) ' al Ko"-^ 143 - 405 ; (v. also Thes Dietr Wort,orschun|[iS4 ), cf. Ar. *li 6«  unlucky, iiLi. /«/i, ^Li, j,Li< north; Sab. DXC nortA, ttn?Mciy DHM K ^ r - De " kmM:E ^ D « nkmA '- NM - 6 - 7 ; other views in Sta* 299 Lag BS116 );— i'XOb' abs. Gni 3 9 + , cstr. 4 8' 3 2 K 23 s ; S^cb abs. Nu 20 17 + ; sf. igXty 2 S 2 21 , TOB^ Gn 48" + , etc.; — opp. PPJ exc. Gn i4 15 Ju 19 27 2 K 23 s ; — 1. left, region on the left, Gni3 9 (J); on the left is tr^y 2K23 8 Ez 16 46 Zc 4 s11 , 15^3? 1 Ch b*> cf. 2 Ch 18' 8 , also '&t? (a sinistra) Ex I4 2229 (P), 2 S i6 6 +7t. + 'fe'nD 2 Ch 3 17 Ez i 10 , 'vh Ec 10 s , t* alone Jb 23 s ; toward the left is 'B^by Gn 24" (J), 2 S 2 21 Zc 12 6 , Tn-^y 2 S 2", > alone 1 S 6 12 Is 9 20 + 1 3 1. +2. 'trT Z e /< A«™i, Ju3 sl 7 20 , so'b alone Gn48 13,314 (E), Jui6 29 EZ39 3 Jon4 n Pr 3 16 Dn 12 7 Ct 2 6 8 3 . f3. = north (on left of one facing east, cf. "liriN d, pp; 4, Dip. 1 b) Gn 1 4 15 Jos 1 9 s7 (P) ; cf. Ez 1 6 46 .

  • ?Noto

tpNtpto] vb. denom. Hiph. take the left (alw. opp. H? ,n ):— Impf. cohort. nWpb*K Gn 13'; 2 mpl.^MSb'ri Ig go 21 ; Imv. fs. 'b-pbn (Ges'^'Ko 1 - 276 ) Ez 21 21 , cf. Inf. cstr. h#>n 2 S 14"; i><. D'btcpb'P 1CI112 2 ;— l. = go to the left Gn 13 8 (J), Ez 21 21 . 2. fig. ta (aside) to the left (fr. true way) 2 S 14 19 Is 30 21 . 3. wse the left Iiand 1 Ch 1 2". t^TMQto adj. left, on the left;— "b> 1 K 7" + ; f. rvb/spb* Lv 1 4 15 + ;— left (usu. opp.'"?!?;), pillar 1 K 7 21 = 2 Ch 3 17 , side of temple 2 K 11 11 = 2 Ch 23 10 , side of body EZ4 4 , palm Lv I4 l 5 .1..26.C7(p) nDt£^, HUS? vb. rejoice, be glad - T ' - A- T 151 (NfH id.; cf. perh. As. samdhu, flourish, Ar. li£ 6e 7*i^A, proud; Pun. n. pr. f. WIDE'); — Qal 120 iy 3 ms. no'E' f i6 9 + ; Djob-I consec. Pr 29"; 3fs.nriDb>Est8 15 ; 2ms.J?npfcn : Dti2 18 4-; 3 mpl. indp Ne 1 2 43 , etc.; 7m_p/. npfc* Is 9 ,6 + ,

mpl. vrffi 65" + 69", 3 fpl. ronpb-n 2 S i 20 , 

etc.; /tow* ms. npb» Dt 33 ,3 + , fs. 'not? Zp 3 14 + , 'TOb Jo 2 21 , etc.; Inf. cstr. nbf Ez 35 14 + ,etc.; Pt. v. Opb> adj.;— 24 t. ||^J, less oft. || )T, ty, b"b', etc.; — 1. in common life: a. rejoice, c. 3 pers. vel rei take pleasure in Ju 9 1919 Dt33 18 Ec 3 K + 7 t. + (prob.) 1W-ba f 90 14 (others 3 temp.), cf. Ec 11 s ; by pers. Is 39 2 + || 2 K 2o 13 (nob"1 for MT Vom Vrss mod.), by rei Jon 4" 2Ch I5 ,s ; c. cl. temp. Je 4i 13 +6 t. + (of heart) Pr 23 13 , in one's heart EX4 14 (J); c. '? because Is I4 29 + 3 t.; c. n« with Is 66 10 ; c. JO pers. get pleasure from Pr 5 18 ; abs. 1 S 1 1 9 Ec 3 12 Pr 13 9 (fig. of prosperity; subj.liN; opp. 'ny'^), + 8t.; cb rei at Jb 21 12 . b. rejoice arrogantly, exult at, b pers., Mi 7 8 Is 14 8 Ob 12 ^ 35 1924 3 8' 7 , c. -bs rei Ez 25", 3 rei Jb 31 29 ^35" Pr 24 17 ; abs. Ho 9 1 ( + S"^f), 2 S i-"°+ 3 t., + (said of righteous by Eliphaz) Jb 22 19 . 2. a. rejoice religious- ly, c. 3 rei 1S2 1 Dt 12" yjf 2 1 2 + 7 t.; c. 3, etc., Jo 2 a f 32" + iot. V^ + 9 3 (+ nsbyK); c. by rei 2Ch29 M , by inf. 1 CI129 9 *; c. jypb rei ifr 4& li ; c. '? because 119 74 ; abs. Zc2 14 4 10 Jo 2" 1 Ch 29 9b (c. acc.cogn.), 16 31 (of heavens) = ^96", t/,97 1 (isles)-!- 18 t. (i2t. V^), + (of heart) Zc io 7 * fi6 9 1 Ch 16 10 , 2.^33 Zp 3" (cf.Ex4 ,4 lasupr.);c."" l 3S.bls9 2 and (of joyous feasting etc., at sanctuary) Lv 23 40 (H), Dt I2 n.i» l6 n 27 7 ; cf , 4 » , S „u b gubj - /, c. ?y pers. Is 9" gentle, Ar. 1^-2), 3 rei ^ 104 3 '. Dm; Perles Biju " Kl is Pi. Pf. 3 ms. nrabn consec. Dt24 5 , sf. WriBb' Je2o' 5 , etc.; Impf 3 ms. neb} ^ i04 15 + , etc.; Imv. ms. Opb> f 86', TOfc/ Pr 27", etc.; Inf. abs. npb> Je 20 13 ; Pt. OBbp Ju 9 13 , pi. cstr. '•nob-D + i 9 ^>;— cause to rejoice, gladden, c. ace. pers. (or equiv.), subj. pers. Dt 24 s Je 20 15 ( + Inf. abs.), Pr io 1 15 20 27" 29 3 (H07 3 v. ne>Q 2); esp. subj. * (God) Je3i' 3 (c. IP separ.) Is 56' 2 Ch 20 27 (c. IP of source, v. Qal 1 a), Ezr 6* Ne 1 2 43 ( + ace. cogn.) ^ 86 4 90 15 92 s (3 instr.), also, c. b pers. cause to exult at // 30 s , id. c. by pers. La2 17 ; subj. rei Ju 9 13 f 19 9 45 s 46' 104* Ec io 19 Pr 1 2 2i 1 5 30 2 7 9 . + Hiph. = Pi. Pf 2 ms.nnDb»n + 89 4:l (subj. '■>). triQb adj. verb, glad, joyful, merry;— abs. t* Dti6 15 + , f. nncb» ^ii 9 9 ; pi. D'npb- iKi 45 +, cstr. , npb' IS24 17 , 'neb ^ 35 2 6;_ . a. as adj. joyful, shewing joy, 1 K i 45 Est 5 9 ( + 3.b3it3) )V 14 ; nnpb' DK^ II3 i> ; 'b>3bp r i5 13 17 22 ; at feast of tab. Dt i6 15 , in thankfulness to '< f 126 3 (both pred. c. rvri), r K 8 66 ( +3.b '•310) = 2 Ch7 10 . b. = P t. iKi^dlD'Sbnp^^), 4 20 2 K 1 1 14 ( + 3 yjOT)= 2 Ch 2 3 ,:, ! fp rei Ec 2 10 . . as subst. 'b»n Am6 13 ( + b rei), Pr 2 M (b inf.), Jb 3 22 ( + br , bK; H*^; 3b-^npb'Is24 7 ; of malicious joy / b» Pr 1 f (b rei), Tiy-J »neb ^35 26 . nnCU? n.f. joy, gladness, mirth ; — abs. 'b' Gn3i 37 + , cstr. finpb* Is9 2 + ; sf. W^b* ^137', etc.; pi. ninpb*' V16 11 , ri- 45 16 ;— 1. ?mV<A, gladness, e.g. in festivity, Gn3i 27 (E),

  • i37 M , 1 K i 40 1 S 18 6 Is 9 2 - 2 i6'° ^45 ,r '; DV

'bn nrC'p Est 9 l7 - ,3 ' :2 cf. (DV om.) v 19 ( + 31D DV), v 22 ' (||3lD DV), + 5 t, +'b» bip Je 7 34 = 1 6 9 = 25'" = 33"; joy of heart Pr I4 10 ' 3 Ec 5 ' 9 Ct 3", cf. (of inward joy) Jon 4" Pr 15 23 2 1 15 ;= gaiety, pleasure Is 22 13 Ec 2 12 ' 10 8 15 9 7 , f n'3 7 4 ; f)3n 'fc» Jb20 5 , of foolish Pri5 21 21 17 ; malicious joy Ez 35* (b rei), so 33^3 fy 36'. 2. <0 (esp. V'f Chr) religious: 2 S 6' 2 1| 1 Ch 15 1625 Joi' 6 4-; 'b- Di" Nu io 10 (P) ; 'b- nb>y i.e. make a (sacred) festivity 2 Ch 30 23 Ne8 12 12 27 ; obiy nncb* Is 35 10 = 5i". 61 7 ; r V c. by pers. Ne 12 44 ; joy of heart Is 30 29 Je 15 16 ; as gift of '< f 4 s 2 1 7 + 7 t. 4- (in mockery) Is 66 5 . 1 3. Joy of Zp 3 17 . t4. glad result, happy issue ^ 106 5 (|| n3iD), Pr io 28 ^-""(Gr njCX, Toy BB^P; opp. np-ip). fnyCto n.f. rug or thick coverlet (?) ;— abs. Ju 4 19 (v. GFM). bvto 971 /?2t& (-/of foil.; Ar. ^l,enclose,envelope; cloak, Lane 1600 Dozy v "" n,!nt '• M, •• 232, •). TrnOty n.f. wrapper, mantle; — abs. r V) Gn 9 23 V, cstr. r£o'e> Dt2i 13 22 s ; sf. ytfccfr Dt8 4 , etc.; pi. tiriv Gn45 22 - 22 + , sf. V&fr 44 13 + , etc.; — wrapper, mantle (of man or [Ku3 3 +] woman), usu. square piece of cloth worn as outer garment (v.Hackie"*"- Da ] ' m ; Benz H B c.Bih...i.s 9 M) ) Gn35 2 Ex 22 se (bothE), Dt8 4 io 18 21 13 22' Is 3 W 9 4 2 S 12 20 Kt, Ru 3 3 Kt (Qr in both pi.); as covering in sleep Gn 9" 1 (J; cf. Ex 2 2 26 ), bed-covering Dt 22 17 ; covering or re- ceptacle for articles Ex 1 2 34 (E), Ju 8 25 1 S 2 1 10 , cf. Pr30 4 ; more gen. garment, Dt2 2% clothes (pi.) Gn 3 7 34 44 13 (J), 41 14 Exip 1014 (all E), Jos V 6 (JE); as costly gifts Gn 4s 22 - 22 Ex f 2 ^(allE). t nbtyV n.pr.m. kg. of Edom Gn tf 36 - 31 (P ; a/x(n)Xa) = I Ch I 4749 (2a/xaa, 2a|3aa). tnn 1 ?® n - f - id - (transp. from nW);- abs. Vex 2 2 s + , cstr. Mtfa v 25 ; sf. inDJJt? Dt 24"; pi. ntobf jos9 3 + , sf. arvnbb'E> v 13 , etc.; — garment (of man or [Ct 4"] woman) : outer garment Ex aa** (E), Jos 9 5 " (JE), Dt24 ,s iKii ! " j iff 104 2 (fig.); in gen. clothes (pi.) Dt 29 4 Ne 9 2 ' Jb 9" Ct 4"; as costly gifts 1 K io 25 = 2 Ch 9 2 '; as booty Jos 22 s (late). — Mi 2 s rd. prob. nb^(Roorda, RS Pro, " , • v "' * 4 ), or D'ob'S? (We Now GASm), him (those) at peace {with him), cf. ®@. "hiyO Kt Ezr 2 46 v. "obi? supr. htiP] Hiph. v. b«W] supr. "1" Hljtift) n.f. a kind of lizard (so ® SG % ' 1, ' so cf. Str Pr (also on b>>t?));— abs. "c Pr PTN3©

23 (cf. Shipley-Cook E " w • , 

")• "l^ii^ (appar. Voffoll.; meaning dub.). tioipD], rrnpiro, Eci2 ,4 ,v.[-iodo], p .7 02 . l$y& vb. hate (NH id.; MI 4 *»> *ny foes; Sab!'ox3& foe Sab.Denkm. N °-' 2 - 9 cf. lb. xo.7.i.9 CIS iv.xo.i73,i.6. J Lt .tiA,^i£,Aato; Aram.

  • "D, (la,, ,'rf., nWD, JJii / ta <er, etc.; Eth. hate is

JUV*:) ;— Qal 12S Pf 3 ms. V Dt 1 2 31 + , sf. «$jjf» 2S 13^ + ; 2 ms. n*qe> +5'+, sf. 'anjofe' J u 14", etc.; Impf. 3 ms. KJ^! Pr 13 5 26 23 , sf. flKjfc 9 8 , etc.; Imv. mpl. *jfc Amf ^97'°; J«/ a&«. ^V J" I5 1 ; «««»•• ^F Gn 3 7 5 + , ntip Pv 8 U ; iY acC *fr Dt 4 42 + ,' ^'P Ex 2 3* Pr 2 5 21 ; pi. cstr. "tO'B> Exi8 21 + , etc.; pass. fs. nW3B> Gn29 : " + ;'mpl. cstr. *vato 2 S 5 s Qr (>Kt WU6?);— hate (oft. opp. 3HS) : 1. human; a. c. ace. pers. Gn 26" (J), 37" (E), Ju 1 i 7 2 S 13 22 Am5 10 (|| 3J?n) + 17 t. (evil-doers fi// 26 s 31 7 1 39 21 ), + (obj. wife) Ju 14 16 i5 2,2 ; + pt. pass., of wife, tGn29 : "- 31 (J), Dt2i 15 -' 5 -' 6 ", cf. Pr 30 23 ; fig. of Zion Is 60 13 ( -)- niMjj) ; specif, of sexual revulsion t2Si3 15 - 15 ( + acc. cogn.), Dt22 1316 24 s ; so, obj. man (of Jerus. under fig. of harlot) tEz 16 37 ; pass. "IJJ B>D3 *«& 2 S 5 8 (but v. obscure); reflex. (accWB^fPr 29 s4 , abs.tEc3 8 . b. c. ace. rei, Ez 35 s (but rd. flOW Dia © @ Co Berthol Toy), Ec 2 ,7,s , esp. evil Ex 18 21 (E), Mi 3 2 i//45 7 -l- lot., virtue, etc. Mi3 2 Pri"+4 t. . subj.  ; obj. perverse Isr. tAm 6 s (its palaces), Ho 9 15 Je 12 s ; wickedness 1^5" n 5 ; idolatry and evil Am 5 2 ' Is i 14 61 8 Je 44* Mai 2 16 +5t. 3. P<.ac«. M asadj.Is66 5 (asvb.c.is. pron. 61 8 , 2 supr.); usu. subst., Pr 13 24 one haling his son (opp. -~.N); elsewhere = enemy, foe (usu. cstr. or c. sf.), sg. and pi. (oft. ||3^tC, sts.opp.anx); foeofmanEx2 3 5 (E),Gn24 lk, (J), Lv26 l7 (H) + , nation Exi ,0 (E), Est 9 ,S16 +, abs. Pr 26 24 27", (c. 3l t.in all); +«p *6 c. b pers., a no-hater to one Dt 4 42 19 46 Jos 20 3 , and (without *6) Dt 19"; foe of good Mi 3 2 , cf. Jb 34 17 + 3 t., of evil tEx 18 2 ' Pr 28', cf. 15 27 ; of suretyship tn' 5 (i.e. not giving it); foes of '< tEx 20 5 = Dt 5 9 , Dt 7 1010 2 Ch I9 2 . +Niph. Impf. 3 ms. M# Pr 14 17 m hated, so v 20 ( + i> pers. by, .)s d). tPi. Pi. sf. •KJfcB Jb 3 i 29 ^55"; lJ.crtr. , ^?B8i M ; rflU^a S 22 41 -)-, etc.; — enemy(Qal 3) ^M, ^, etc. : 1. personal and national, Jb 3i 1,9 Dt 33 11 (poem), 2 S 22 4 ' = + 18 41 , 1//44 8 " 55 13 68 2 8 9 24 . 2. of '< Nu io' 5 (J), Dt 3 2 41 (poem), f 81" 83 s i 39 21 . . of wisdom Pr 8 36 . tfS 1 '^©] adj. hated, held in aversion; — fs. nK-^rT Dt 2 i ,5b the haled (wife ; v. Vl a); but read probably TOM^n (as v 15 ""' 6 ). TTrtWte n.f. hating, hatred ; — abs. 'E> Nu 35™+, cstr. rit?:to Dti 27 Pr25 10 ; sf. T™:'B' Ez35" (pi. Tr}«- prob. meant, Kb"-'-' 8 ' cif.'oi 4131 k , but <rd. in»^ ® Co Berthol Toy, cf. Ges f91 '), etc.; — hatred (sts. opp. nnnN); 1. human, Nu 35 20 (P), Ez 23 s9 35" Pr io' 213 15 17 26 20 * 109 6 Ec 9 '- 6 ; 't? rj»l f 109 3 ; emphatic, DDH mp 2 5 19 , 1? n^3n 1 39 p (against 's foes), tTW n.pr. Seir (=-i , y'c>, «7 0a <7 cf. Gray f""-"- 94 ; but note play in"»yfe>Gn 2^, -^2f lJa ; N6 2«0»l(18»).165 i K„c,.BIb.ll.llK. cp „. pr. mont.^111 (the ' hairy,' i.e. ' well-wooded,' cf. 'X*^> trees), n.pr.gent.(orig.n.pr.loc.)JJLi'!jl ; Lag BN92 thinks / E> orig. n.pr.m., but land much earlier in OT.; perh. = Tel Am. land Sen, Zim ZAv,(189 "' B7 Jastr JBLxl<18t>2), 114 WJjJ Tel Am. 181.26 g un J Edom.28 f. . J_ lr)fip : a. terr. land of Edom, S. of Dead Sea,

  • nx-|t< Gn 3 2 4 (J; ||Di"TK rnb), cf. 36 30 (P);

V alone Ju5 4 (poem; id.), Nu 24 18 (JE; HDHN), Dt i 44 2 41U222M 33 2 Jos 11 19 (D), Is 21" Ch20 rab ; c. n loc. nif^ Gn 33 1416 (J), Jos 1 2 7 (D). b. specif, mont. E. of Arabah, 'VT-m Jos2 4 4 (E), Gn36 ,9 (P), Dt 1- 2 15 Ez 35 =.x;.i5 j Ch 4<2 2 Ch 20 io.».b. cf ty Q-J-in Gn

6 (home of *fv; on text v. Buhr Edon '- 28 

Gunk Gn ). c. gent. Ez 25 s = Edom [van d. H. VJj but del. ® B Hi Co Berthol Toy Krae. d. personif. as m. in tf^J? (v. '"in p. 360 ; cf. Gn 14 6 ) Gn 36*=! Ch i» Gn 3 6 21 (P; + DilK )nK3) ; = Edomites 2 Ch ag 1,M (|| D'OVIK). 2. mont. in Judah, / ar-

Jos i5 10 (P), A<r<raf>, 

A 2>?€ip, ®L 2t«p; Di Buhl 091 al. cp. hill-ruin Sdrls c. 9 miles W. of Jerus. (Rob B,llil - ™). f II. [ ij^lu] vb. sweep or whirl away (of storm-wind) (="iyD, q.v.; As. sdru, wind, pjHWBBo. > Thes 1334 cp. I. Tjrt^-Qal Impf. 3 ms. sf. W$fe> ? 1 58' fig. 7;e ('*) shall sweep it away. Niph. Pf. 3 fs. impers. n'ly'E'J ■fy 50 3 round about him it is tempestuous ex- ceedingly. Pi. Impf. 3 ms. sf. ^nyfe"} Jb 27 21 and it [an E. wind] shall whirl him away fr. (IP) his place. Hithp. Impf. 3 ms. iyn'^1 !y5? Dn 1 1 40 the kg. shall storm against him. .< < tn. 1JKB n.[m.] storm (=iyo); — only cstr. 3BP 'B' Is 28' a storm of destruction (in sim.; |TJ| DTJ). trpyB) n.f. id. (=rnSD) ; — of way of '1 'BOI DWD3 Na i 3 ; fig. of v s judgments; "OjMB* 'ba—lB'S Jb 9 17 . j-III. ["lj/l^] vb. perh. be acquainted with (Ar. jii perceive [Sab. "iytS> *B*. 1 Horn chr«st.i2i-j . cf Aram.iyp, ^a, , visit, inspect, Ba ES " RS in Dr m Perles' An "- 79 );-Qal Pf. 3 pi. sf. WtyW Dt 3 2 '" new gods, uiiV/t whom your fathers Aa(2 no acquaintance (® «8>7trai' ; |[ CVl}) ; usu. year, Thes revere with awe, Dr shudder before, pyfc'] denom., although not elsewh.c.acc.pers.

ncto IV. "£/{£? (assumed as -/of foil.). TO l, "V , SW n.[m.]pl.rain(-drops), si vera 1.; (so ace. to Vrss and context ; Thes cp. 11. "W ; Lag. prop. D'D'p-l); — KBH-^y 't?3 Dt 3 2 5 (pOD, bo, D , 3"3-l). n2"IEt!) Je 49 3 Mas., <mod. edd.'D v.nBD. J1DU (v^of foil.; cf. NH = BH; As. saplu, lip, edge; so Syr. ]^aj» ; Ar. juLi Kp, Cii edge. neb n.f. [m. Ex 28 32 , e<fye, cf. Albr T T 176 zaw hi (»06>. 76j f lipj speech, edge;— abs. 'V Gn n l +, cstr. nab v 7 + ; sf. insb 1 K 7 23 -r,etc; oftener du. DTl'sfc> Is 6 5 +; cstr. VIBb ^ i2 4 + ; sf. 'riD'E' J eI 7 16 + , sf. 3 mpl. iOTlDf ^, 50 '3 I4o 410 ,etc; pi. (poet, and late) cstr. ninae'Ec 1 o 12 , sf.^ , rtnD'B'etc.^//45 :, 59 s Is59 3 Ct4 3 • ,1 5 1 ■• , ;— l.lip: a. usu. (c. 108 t.) human organ of speech (oft. || ns, fi&b, rarely [only late poetry] ^0 : xo t. Jb'; 25 t. W; 45 t. Pr) : (1) Is 2 9 ' 3 Lv 5 4 (P), Jb 13 6 Mai 2 6 f i2 b Pr 5 :, + ; 1t» 7V f 141 3 (v. ^); 1? K>-fi< Jb n 2 = a talker, 1t» ^lK Pr 10 s = one talking folly, so v 10 (MT ; but v. Toy); EmBb tCOtp Is 6" cf. v 7 Dn io 16 ; 'B* VlS*. Ex 6 1 ™ (P'; unskilled in speech); 1? B^ 19 1 ;' c nn'a 2 o 19 v. [nns] p . 834; 1? ksid i.e. utterance, Dt 2 3 24 Je i7 16 Nu 30 13 (P),V89 35 , 1? PTI Is 1 1 4 (of Mess, kg.), 'fe> 13-1 ^, sg" Pr i4 2:, 4-, =mere, empty, word 2 K i8 20 =:Is 36 s ; 'K» nsian Pr iS 2 ", 1? 313 Is 57" (thanksgiving), cf. Ho 14 3 (®@ and most ^ for D^B); of flattery, *» pbn Pr 7 s1 , nipbn nDb f 12 34 ; cf. dd-io "ne'e' ^17!, npe* 1? 3 i 9 +4t., IJK nab Pr 17 4 ; poison beneath (cf. P^ 5 ?) ty 140 4 (fig-)! iC y^S Pri2 l: '; 'VTwbf*; nOS'B' i 2 19 , ">ri' T 'B» ', pis 'b» 16 13 , nyV'b i 4 7 2 o 15 ; t» in 22 11 ; rqna nbb' Zp3 9 ; IrtJf) 'V ^63* i.e. lips that shout for joy ; c. vbs. : 'C nns (to speak) Jb 11 5 30 20 (Gi v sl ), cf. f 5i 17 , c nrisn Pr8 6 ; C p^B 13 3 i.e. prate; njJT «WO 'b IS30 27 ; T? subj. of 13T Is 59 3 Pr24 2 ; 4r38 Nb'3 ^16"; 'b> Hi? Pr 1 6 :t0 = backbite; tf DCK I 7 2S =keep silence, so 'V ^K-n io 19 , K^3 'b 1^40'°. t(a) lips moving in speech, c. }03 1 S i 13 , T? Jb 16 3 . t(3) transition to mng. speech, fiBO nSB""?? n?y Ez 36 s ; = ability to speak Jb 1 2 20 . tb. organ of laughter Jb 8 2 '. +c. of insulting grimace 'B»2 TCSn ^22 8 . -td. quivering in terror Hb 3 16 . +e. feature of beauty Ct 4 (scarlet). f. place of bridle 2 K i 9 28 = Is 37" (v. jriD). octo

■nto tg. receiving kiss Pr 24 16 cf. Ct 4 11 and (in fig.) 7'°. +b. of divine speech, '& T11SD Jb 23 12 , "5? 13"'! f 17 4 . t2. language (v. Jie6), Gn ii , * w » t -8i' j ; "& 'PD? DJ> Ez 3" Is 33",

  • V '?.$ 28"; n??? ns'f i9 ,3 (i.e. Hebrew). 3.

edge: shoreoi seaGii22 17 (J) + 7t.; bank of river Gn 41 s -' 7 (E)+ 5 t., of wady (bni) Dt 2 s6 + 7 t.; lip (bank) of n^inip i>3K Ju7" cf. GASm G4<K1 ; 6rtw of vessel 1 K 7 aa + 7 t.; et/jre of altar Ez 43"; of curtains (in pairs) Ex 26 44 (P) + 6 t.; of |^n, toward ephod 28 26 = 39" (P); of round opening in robe Vb) (nW) 'B> 2 8 32 = 3 9 23 (P). tnEtT n.[m.] moustache (cf. NSyr. ).in9im rete ; on meaning and form v. Thes 01 49a Ko "• 73 ) ;— abs. r V Mi 3 7 + , sf. io?'f 2 S 1 9 2i ;— moustaclie: 'V nk>y 2 S 19 2 "' (® hvo-t<i£) i.e. trim it; '&-i>$? ntpy Mi 3 7 Ez 24 1722 LV13 45 (P; v. I. flDJ> 1). nssto v. in. nsD . nston v. n. nDD . _ . t : * nracto 1 s 30 2 * v. 'sb. )Dto v. |BD. I. pOto, pDi? v. pBD . fH. [p3t^] vb. suffice (NH pBD m#0«, abound, so Ecclusi5 ls + ; X P'DD, pSD, Syr. ,n°im ; Ar. jui is 6e niggardly, scanty, Lane '«•');_ Qal /to;)/ 3 ms. pBW 1 K 20 10 , subj. dust, c. ? rei. T[pCU?] n.[m.] sufficiency, plenty ; — sf. ipE'r Jb 20 22 (Baer Gi; 'd van d. H.; opp.-)-|V). pto v. pp)P. tppttf] doubtful vb., Ki bind on ;— Niph. P/3 ms. Sty lpfe>? Lai 14 (fig.); rd.perh. ?$? Ip.p) watch is kept upon & © 93 Bu, cf. Thes (v. ~lp&) ; other conj. in Lohr Bi. pplC (assumed as Vol foil., but nowhere found). tpto n.m. J< " 9 4 sack, sackcloth (v.Schwally zaw.iowd.ot who conj. Egyptian origin ; NH Pp sackcloth (rare); As. sakku, sack (D1" WB687 *), sackcloth (Wkl A1,orF<> " chv1 - 44 ); Eth. !»«>: = BH ; Aram. Ni?D, Aa> ; Gk. o-d«of Lewy"""" 11 " 87 ) ; — abs. V Gn 3 7 14 + , p£ Je 48' + ; sf. *$? V 3° l: , etc.; pi. B , i?B' Jos9 4 + , sf. DIT^ Gn42 33 ;— 1. «ac£, for grain Gn 42 s5 - 27 (|| TinnDK), v** (E), Jos 9 4 (JE), perh. also Lv 1 1* (P). 2. sack- cloth : a. worn in mourning and humiliation (v. Now*"*- 1 -"" SACook Enc ' B ">- ■•"•), either loose garment like sack, or piece of similar material (of rough, dark hair), fastened round body: put (DT) on loins Gn 3 7 3 '(J), 1 K 20 31 , on (bare) flesh 21 s7 2 K 6 3 ", cf. Je 48" Jb i6 15 (c. 1BP1); 'V Ogtl^rbvhv Vf^n) Am 8">; usu. girt on pjr») a S 3 31 Is 15 3 22' ,2 Je 4* 6 M 49 3 Ez 7 19 27 31 1 K 20 32 Jo i 8 , cf. Is 3 2 '; if$ HB3 2 K 19' "= Is 37 l: , Jon 3 68 1 Ch 21", fig. of heavens (cf. -np), DrBBf B"B>K 'b Is 50 3 ; late 'B> && put on sackcloth Jon 3 s Est 4>,cf.v 2 ^ 3 5" 69 12 ; "V 0*1X3 Ne 9', cf. Dn 9 3 ; ')? nri3 loosen sackcloth Is 20 s ( + ?J9), ^3o ,2 (op P . nnr?B>), ^yp 'b Tpn Est 4 4 . b. same garment (or material) spread out (to lie on), 2 S 2 1 10 (c. nan), Is 58 s (c. TV}), cf. Est

3 ; C3 33^1 1 K 2 1 27 , 'B>3 13b Jo 1". 

t[")pt^] vb. Pi. ogle (Aram. T?D look at (£ Jb 20 9 28'), 0'?")?? looking about, ogling; iAa> eye with envy or hatred (e.g. 1 S 18 9 @); cf. De 1 ');— Pt. fpl. D?*}? nviipb'D Is 3 16 o^Zrn^ 0/ eyes (women of Jerusalem). ito v. mb. t ">2!Snto n.pr .m. in Assy r. (Bab.) (van d. H. % but v. Baer, and Str ZMOx " m<1879) ' 302 ; in As. perhaps [Asur, Bel, or Nergaf sar-usur, [. . .] protect the king! COT 2 " 19 ' 37 ; 2apa<ra( P ));— 1. son of Sennach., 2 Ki 9 37 =Is 3 f a (Schr C0T lc - Wkl KAT364 Stevenson ■«•»«■«•.«•). 2. a re- turned exile Zc 7 2 (Stevenson *■ 477 ). — Cf. also » bin) p. 669. t[J"lti'] vb. Pu. be intertwined (Talm. 2^D Pi. enmesh, weave around ; Aram, t^jjs intertwine, involve, 319 entwine; Ar. 1.jJj set in order, join, weave, mix; — Impf. 3 mpl. ^JP) Jb 4o' 7 are intertwined (of sinews of hippopot.). Hithp. Impf. 3 mpl. *H^I La 1" they inter- twine themselves (fig. of ^K'S). t[:nto] n.m. G " ,0 - M tendril, twig (from interlacing; cf. Ar.isvJ^l palm-leaf braid, etc.; Eth. aop"lC ! Y; net (Pra BA81 - 371 ); Aram. KJ'ID, J^^Zad network, lattice); — of vine, pi. D?'!?* Gn 40'", DTiy v 12 ; of fig-tree, sf. ^fifJo 1'. T^nto n.pr.m. descendant (i.e. younger branch) of Peleg Gn n M1M 1 Ch I 26 ; 2 f/ >oi- x (®LCh 2«/jovy). fl. [ I lli'] vb. escape (Ar.S^i. talce fright, shy (of camel or horse), run away ; Aram. fjLeo be terrified, ) L. Im sttnn'wr) ; — Qal P/. 3 pHT^J' Jos io 20 (JE; c. IP pers.), Benn del. as dittogr. -mto

'N-ur" f i. tnto n.m. Je "• * survivor (from a defeat, etc.);— ahs/i? Is i 9 4- ; sf. iT-ft? Jb if* Kt ; pi. Dn-1'B' Josio 20 J03 5 ; cstr. Hnfe> Je3i s ; sf. VT-ff Ob" + Jb 27 15 Qr (van d. H. also Kt);- . survivor (oft.yB^S): esp/B'ft TN^n »nij3 iy Nu 2 1 35 Jos 8* (both JE), Dt 3 3 Jos io 33 1 1 8 2 K 10" (all D); more simply, *» '0n *6 Dt 2 31 Jos io 28S0 - 37 ' 39 - 40 (allD); t"^ I'nin "> i 8 1 9 ; rrn> Ni> |> 't? Je42 17 44" Ob' 3 ; 'J? pK Jb i8 19 ; Tagil] ■VJB '^ Nu24 19 (JE); sjn nnb ny J«3i*, pL also Jos io"(subj. of VT&), j " 3 * Ob ,4 Jb 27 15 (v. supra); sg. also Ju 5 13 (obscure, for ? "%> rd. perh. bqftr GFM Now cf. Bu), Je47 4 La2~. . of things : frs$ 1? pg Jb 2 o 21 , i.e. nothing has escaped his greed ; i^NS 1? ST? (B'N) v '-' c . f 11. T^TO 11.pr.loc . on border of Zebulun ; — 1T*IJ Jos 19'" (P; E<rc8«ycoXa, A tW 2<v>&8, ©L 2apeib), 'fr? v 1; (P; otto 2f88ouie ; A 2apt8). II. T)ttf( vV foll.,^at<, 6ratW?(Lag B! " 76ff - thinks c Avestan loan-word)). TTnB n. [m.] perhaps Aram, plaited, or braided work (cf. then Aram. NT1D lattice- work, net-work ( = BH " l3 ?'?) ) textile stuff, cur- tain (=BH D'ybip), *nnr*0 plaited or fow'tfed work; NH T13 plaiter, "I'"!?, II" 1 ? woven-work ; Hom z«G„wa89o,. ws cp Bftb farrfWj s foVj)._ a i w . abs.: 'b(n) H23 Ex 31 Il '35 ,s 39'- 49 (all P; all + EHpn '3, and last three + BH>3 Ttvfy); © 31 10 r. oroXas r. Xfiroupyiicdt (cf. 39 1 [B V 13 , @Lv"l). TTi'i' n.[m.] from context, a marking-tool for wood, stylus (so Thes al.; connexion with above -/dub.; Lewy Frem<1 " n '- cp. vapbwv as gem used in gem-cutting); — "H? 3 liTigT Is 44 13 . nilL 1 n.f. et pr. v. sub vYb TT fl. mii^ vb. persist, exert oneself, T T persevere (Ar. Jr-i persist, persevere); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'KTIK 'C H012 4 he persevered withGod; 2 ms. DTJN Din ITBJ nnfc> Gn 3 2 M ( J).— Ho 1 2 5 has Impf. IB^l in same meaning, as if from a (non-existent) lb; < rd.^l (apoc. fr. nn - E'>l).^ rnife> Is 28 23 v. supra, p. 965". frnt ,> ' n.pr.m. et gent. Israel (El •■ T : ■ 2507 ™ V persisteth, persevereth (or juss. Zei J?Z persist) [usu. contendeth (Nes Eg - 00,r ) or Ze< 2?/ contend (Gray rr <" ,N - 218 ), but v. Dr "*"• DB ,iC0B ""] ; on vocalization v.Lag BNmf Kit lch4,6(Hpl) ; MP' +5t - ^N1B» ; in Egypt. F-«-r-7 Steindorff """'»*

  • ", cf. Breasted BlbWor " 1 " w*">,m<i. p aton 3jr. .-a r.i. a*.

As. &V-'-7ai (=»^TSn Schr KOSR " , - 364jCOTOn s».si.iKi6.»_ 0n a ^33' re i at i on f ty t o n.pr. Tjfc, rne> v. RS K25 2nd<!d: ";— cf. 0)^);— Itrpnr/X : 1. n.pr.m. second name of Jacob Gn 32 29 +28t.Gn(JE),Ex32 ,3 (JE),Hoi2 13 Jui8 29 Ex6"Nui M 26 i (allP),2Ki7 : "iChi 34 4-8t.Chr, ^105"; *•*! n ' 3 Ku 4"; ^ '3? (Ht.) Gn 4 2 s + 3t. E, 2 1. P+Ex i'(P; transition to wider use), 1 K 18 31 1 Ch 2 1 + ; =12 tribes Ex 28 9 + 7 t. P; 'b^l ppfl DrnaK 'f6.N 1 1 K 18 36 1 Ch 29 18 2 Ch 30 6 ". 2. nipr.gent. (usu. m. JU,U7f - but f. 1 S 17 21 2 S 2 4 9 [not || 1 Ch 2i 5 J, cf. Dr ,<noc - Albr zAw x,m«N».B7r.j. nameofHebrewnation; usu. der. from 1, but'!?? more common in early usage than 'fe* "33 (v. J3 p. 120b): a. (1) undivided kingdom ; '&) Gn 47 s7 (J), 49 7 (poem in J) + 108 t. JE, Dt i 1 18 6 33 10 (poem)+76 t. D, Gn 34 7 Exi2 15 + 42 t. P; Ju5 !77 + 104 t. Ju, oft.

and 2 S, 1 K 1-1 2 ; 'e^"v3 of whole people 
S 8 15 + , of whole army 1 1 ' + , opp. Judah 2 9 + 

(so also later). (2) 'E^:=N. tribes, disting. fr. Judah, even before disruption, 2 S 2 9 , cf. v 10 3'° 4 1 5 5 12" 20 1 1 K 1" 4 20 5 5 + ; so at disruption , ,i6. 1 f,.i6. 13 .i 9 . then usu.of N.kingdom, till its fall, v 23 24 7l0 + very oft .K, Ami 1 2 6 3" + , Ho l^ 15 - 15 5"- 5 + ,Mi i 13 ,etc. (3) *V of S. kingdom, Judah, rarely bef. fall of Samaria Is i 3 8 18 Mi i" 15 , so 'V) ^3 1 K 12 17 ; after fall of Sam., fa (less oft. 'V) V. 3 ) occurs of entire people, in reference to past or future 2 K 21 8 23" Is 17 9 yjr 103" Je 2 3 50 i7.i9 + . /^j a i so _j u dah Je 2 1 " 1 4' + , Ez I3 =.4., 6 I4 i.r. 9 + ) Is 4 o 27 4i 8 4 2 24 +, Ezr 2 59 =Ne 7 61 , Ezr 2 70 3" + , Ne io 34 io 3 + , f I4 M =53«  147 2 I49 2 + , etc. (4) usage in Chr : &] of whole people 1 Ch 2 7 + 1 10 t., of N. kingdom 2 Ch ii'+i6 t., of Judah i2 G i9 8 +9 t. (5) 'J?? personif. as * 13J?, L^ 1 - 2 ^ 3 . b. ^ l '?3, (1) of undiv. people Exi 12 (J),3 9 (E)+ 72 t.JE, Dt 3 18 io 6 + 25 t. D, Gn 3 2 3:, + 327 1. P ; Ju i l + 60 t. Ju ; seld. 1 and 2 Sm, 1 K 1-12 ; in 13- 2 K 25 pass, in ref. to older hist, (rarely other- wise). (2) seldom of N. kingdom Am 2" + 9 t. Am Ho, 2Chi3 ,2 +7t.Chr. (3) of Judah (late) Ez 2 3 Ne i 6 - 6 Ezr 3 1 Jo 4 16 + , 2 Ch 31 5 . c. rV3

  • &, Ex 16 3 ' 40 38 + 142 t. (v. IV3 5 d (8); 81 t.

Ez, where = Judah; v. esp. 37 16 ); *B* W V.f Is 8 14 . d. other phrases, v. sub thf, p.?' n3 , tfyta, ^3i,"in, KB?, ^», nop (no:), n-jy (iv), Dy, 02p; ' also (in epith. of '») sub "V3X, nix, DMT%, I. b»i, ^d, nipp (i. mp), 1. to (v.-nx), BHT?, I. nyn l d( 3 ). " te. ^=the laity, opp.

  • pto

■nto

i 13 (rare custom, RS^ <•»».*«««>■«; but Klo 

Bu rd. "E^ [ = 'D?] ; cf. Benz Arch - 163 ; Enc '- Blb - D "° Now Arch -'- lss ); r V as funeral rite also (obj. om., prob. spices, cf. 2 Ch 16"), tc. ? pers. mort. Je 34 s , +acc. cogn. naif 2 Ch 16 14 (cf. '">En?>); in ceremonial of P(never of burning sacrif.onaltar, I'Opn , cf. npjin , but) chiefly ( 1 4 1.) of consuming refuse, esp. unused portions of victims, etc. (to prevent use), and infected objects, Ex 29'"' + , sts. mneb pro Lv 4 I2 ( + D7jH>y), ^'"+4^ etc., cf. Ez 43*; also of burning red heifer (to produce ashes for purification) Nu 19 s ". +b. burn, c. ace. pers., (1) as penalty Jos 7 s5 (JE), Ju 14^ i5 6 Lv20 14 , cf. Nui7 4 (pt.pass.), so, E'S subj., Is 47 14 , c. ace. cogn. nB"i?> Lv io 6 (P); (2) as sacrifice, Je7 J1 19 5 ; +b dei Dt 12" 2 K 17". tWiph. Impf. 3 ms. Ilf! Jos7 ls + , 3 fpl. nzsnj&n Pre 27 , etc.;— be burned (11 t. + B*X3): of city Je 3 8 ,7 + v 2:, (read'T>B'n for ty* ©8* Hi Ew Gf Gie Du), idols, etc., Mi i 7 1 Ch 14"; ritually (cf. Qal 2 a ad fin.) Lv 4 ' 2 6 a 7 "13 s2 19 6 ; ofpers., as penalty Gn38 24 ( J), Jos7 14 (JE), 2S2 3 7 (poet.), Lv2i'(H). iVLPt. sf. iSf>pO Am 6" 1 his burner, usu. one burning him, but prob. burning spices for him, v. Dr and cf. Qal supra, +Pn. Pf. 3 ms. TV?, of goat Lv 10" it teas burnt up (and gone). fi. tyre." njn.""' 3 ,! serpent, usu. venomous (poss. from above v , from burning effect of poison); — abs. '"c Nu 21 9 (JE; on Ar. parallels v. Jacob Ar Dwriini'.iot), ap pos. t> vm Dt 8'*, pi. D'snfr? D"?* 1 ??? Nu 2 1 6 ; a flying serpent, or dragon, ^Sijrtp tfo Is i 4 =» 30 6 . tn. [*pW] n-m. 1 ' 6 -' pi. OTtnte seraphim (prob. akin to 1. "v, as beings orig. mythically conceived with serpents' bodies (serpent -deities, cf. Is 14 s 30"), or (Che Co,Bm ) personif. of light- ning, cf. arts. Seraphim, Strachan IUMI,B Che Kocy.Bi<>.j j)j ^{ ar jJ a l, C p_ a ]go Egypt, guardian- griffins, called Serref ; v. also 3TT3 ; on As. Sarrapu (-Au), epith. of god Nergal, connected by Dl™ with V*ii?, v. Tvf, Zim KAI, - 41i );— in OT. majestic beings with six wings, and human hands and voices, attendant upon Is 6 2 '. fin. FpCT n.pr.m. a Judahite ; — iCh4 B ; aia, A ©L SaptKp. TnBnto n.f. burning; — abs, "v Is9 4 +, cstr. TS~}V Nui9*+; — r vh of brick-burning Gn i i 5 ( + c n?'); destructive Am 4" IS9 4 , of land Dt 29-, of temple, Cx nsi'fi) rrn I s 64 10 , 1? Tf Je 51 s i.e. a burnt -out volcano (fig. of Bab.); of heifer Nu 19 s , cf. v 17 ; of spices (prob.) as funeral rite 2 Ch 16 14 (as ace. cogn.), 21" (obj. of nB'V), v"; of pers. (penal) Lv io 6 (ace. cogn., '■> subj.), Nu 1 7 s . t [nonto , nS T ffl P ?] n. [f.] aburning;— only pl/cstr. nisn^Q : yi*2« 'Da Je 34 s (read 'D3 ©@55GieDu al.), like the' burnings (of spices ; cf. /2 a) for thy fathers ; "?& 13 IS33 12 (fig. of ignominious destruction, cf. Am 2 ! ). TD^TO rriE"lCT*p n .pr .loc. named with Sidon Jos 1 I s 13' (appar. near coast) ; cp. (dub. Buhl G ~ tr - =») Muserfe, 14 m. S. of Tyre, v. Di andreff., Guerin e,llLle6f -. — Ma<rrp<i)i<, Maoy«<£o>fyafiii. etc. I. plttf (NH PlD,Aram.^U,PlD,allcomi, card; Ar. J>1£ slit sheep's ear, pluck fruit). '[p'HC/J adj. carded, combed, of flax; — fpl. rrtpn't? n»ri^aisi9*. II. plttf (cf. NH V}0 light red; Ptjpn Ecclus 30 - 7:A,,M ^- shine brightly (of sun); As. farku, red blood; Ar. Jj^i rise and shine (of sun), shew redness, ^ji. become red (like blood) ; Sab. jnVrise (of sun), ywoEast, JpIC epith. dei the shining Sab-Denkm."- 4 Fell*" >*<«"»■*" cf Hom Chr 1-4) fi- [p^] «U- perh. sorrel (! fr. II. f, or cf.^jLil having ruddy tinge over white, of horses

  • orrd Lane '*");— pi. D'??^ D"j|rc> DipnK Zci',

of horses. fn. Lp^^-J »•[>*.] vine-tendrils (or clus- ters) (irom red colour ?); — pi. sf. fjisrisr Is 16 s . f 1. p"llTn.[ia.] choice species of vine; — abs. "V Is 5 2 , 'Vff Je 2 2 ' (both in fig.). f 11. p~y& (van d. H. 'ft*) n.pr.loc. in "& br Ju 16 4 (prop. Wady of choice vines); — © 2wp7x[«] ; prob. Wady Surdr (GASm -*'- 2 "'*), on N. side of which is ruin Surik, J h.AY. of Surah (Zor'ah), Survey" 1 - "GEM*" *-. tnp~l^ a-*"- choice vine; — Gn 49". t np^trp n.pr.loc. in Edom;— 'DD Gn "= I Ch 1 47 ; © « Mo<r«'«at (© L ** « Maatpum) ; Euseb ~-- ,d - L, » ^ Macrp,™. TW (-/of foil.; mng.dub.; Dl"«cp.As. lardru, rise in splendour (of sun, etc.), but dub., of-Hal 8 *"*" 1 *"-'*).

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? N3Xn-)b» S"=God (prob., cf. N3S lc; yet v. also ')t 1 b), so Dn'B> -jjp v 2 ->. t ["HO?] vb. denom. (Gerber 20 ) be, or act as, prince, rule ; — Qal Impf. 3 ms. "?5? ifejl ??*"3^'^ Ju 9 s2 Abim. rttM over 7«r. three years ; 3 mpl. Vl'E>< . . . a , nb'I s 32 i princes s/mM jrotwra (prj'wce it) justly flj^P^), cf. Pr8 16 ; Pt. "ns> . . . DVnp Est l 22 </<a< every man should bear rule iivaa. Hithp. Impf., 2 ms. + Inf. abs. ■n^jTPOl uby. ninfri-"? Nu i6 ,s that thou shouldst also keep playing the prince over us. — lb; 1 Ch 1 5 s2 v. ID; Qal and "V 4 b. Hiph. Pf. 3 pi. metapl. Wbn (Ges* 67 *) H08 4 they made princes (abs.; || U'pDn). f 1. [m0?] n. f. princess, noble lady ; — cstr. Vn V (Ges « M ') La 1 ' ; pi. rrilb> ^n 1 , cstr. uZ. Est 1 '" ; sf. n'ni-ib' j u 6 » Drrn. i s 49 2' ; _^ m . cessea attending Sisera's mother Ju5 c9 ; of Sol.'s wives 1 K 11 3 , other queens Is 4c/ 3 (|| D'abt?); wives of nobles Est i 18 ; fig. of Jerus. La i 1 . II. JmO? n.pr.f. wife of Abraham (prin- cess); — Zappa: Gn 1 7 "(where formal change from •<iV), v 1719 - 21 2 i ,b - 3 23 11 - 2 " 19 2 5 1012 49 31 (all P), 18 6 + 9t. 18, 2i 1,2, 24' ,6W (allJ), 2o 2 - 2141,!ls 2i 6 '- 9 - ,!! (all E); as ancestress of Hebrews Is 51 2 . "Mo? n.pr.f. wife of Abram (No 2 * 01 ' 11 "" 8 )- 494 Ges*" 1 Ko "• •■ « make = foregoing, with old fem. ending *-«-j > Lag BV92 - Anm# , emphasizing diff. in ©, der.fr. a Vij-Z,, and cp. il-i, name of a barren mt. ; cf.RS bx'W', supr., sub I.mfe>); — ® Zapa ;— Gn 1 ^(J), v 31 (P), 1 2 5 " 17 i6 , - 2 -'- 5 "« s -» (all J), I7"(P); ^ 1 1 29 (J), i6 2 (J), i7 ,3 ( p )- ]io?o?, jtro? v. tote DO? v. )"INE> sub «W p. 67 3 11 . t Qjltf vb. usu. stop up, in sense of shut — T out, shut ears against (late || form of CflD ; yet awkward; Ba" 39 cp. Ar. £^L frustrate, dis- appoint) ; — Qal Pf 3 ms. ,r ipBTI / B> La 3' (>van d. H. Dn'B») /te ('1) Wt «Am< om< my irrayer (Bu 'Fit? 1? «Au< wp [himself] from). t ["IJHli'] vb. Niph. burst or break out, of tumours (Ar. r.:_i have inverted, or cracked, eyelids, or fou/er lij)s; Eth. U»1"<J: lacerate; As. [sa<dru] 11. tear down; Syr. ifcCco destroy, so Sab.nne* Sab.Denkm." - 48 - 2 , BAram.iriD Ezr 5 12 );— Miph. 7™^/. O^ay Dr6 «T0 jSs 9 and tumours brake out to them.