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

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Dy D Taw, 22nd letter; =400 in postB. Heb. t Nn n.m. E ' * ' " chamber (NH id.; perhaps Aramaism, cf.Ar. ijy dwell, ijjlZ abode (? akin to (jj turn aside to lodge, NfilK, ]^oo(lodging- place), Aram. pn (in EZ40 Kin, K T 'W), Uol." room, chamber) ; — 'n abs.Ez40 7 + , cstr. 1 K 4 28 ; sf.lNn Ez 40 21 Kt (Qr VXn), so v 293336 ; pi. D'Kfl v 7 +; Titan v 12 ; cstr. Wl v 10 ; — chamber: NH D'*"!? 1 K 4 ffl chamber of the guards= 2 Ch 1 2 11 ; in Ezekiel's temple : Ez ^•M""**"**** fl. [2N.H, 2N.H] vb. long for (NH id., jtoKW desire; Aram. 3Kn, 3»Kn long for; ? secondary •/from H3N, or denom. from nasri, and this from H3K, cf. Buhl ; but v. 01 * 137 );— Qal Pf. 1 b. "FiaKTl, c. b rei, ^ 1 i 9 «> 17 <. t ""^Pl n - f - longing ;— ^ 1 1 9 20 . II. [iNJPl] vb. Pi. loathe, abhor, v. 31>n. t[r?KJn] vb.Pi. Impf. 3 mpl. WnnNu 34^ appar. ye shall mark out (the boundary), but this (and DITIKnn v 10 ,-/mx q.v.) very dub., v. Gray, and ["iM?]. TiNin n. m. antelope (whether antilope leucoryx Tr NHBMi FFP5 , or oryx beatrix Post "•*■»" ox. on form v . OP 173 ");— abs. 'fl Dt 14 s (clean animal, cf. Dr); cstr. Nta Is 51 20 . rrwtn v. I. mn, I. mw . n^Nn v. n. ni>x. t-: - t t : DRTI (Buhl after Ba NBS182b prop. J, in. agree as /of following, but dub. ; v. As. tu'dmu, Ar. y*y, Syr. Jjo|L', all torn). t[DNin (K6"- ] - 69 D^)] n. m . twin (NH id.; cf. Ph. n.pr.m. DNn, Gk. ea>pas=&i!Sviios John 20 24 ) ; — pi. abs. of two boys DDin Gn 25 s4 (Ges 423f ) D*tfKFI 3 8 27 (both J); of animals, cstr. nja?/ -rim ct 4 6 , 's "DNri 7*. t[D^ri] vb. denom. be double; — Qal roan

pn Pt. pi. DOKh Ex 26 M || Q'OKin 3 6 w ; so rd. also (for EH3n)' 2 6 24 3 6 2,) (both P), cf. Sam Di Baen ARSK Bu ' I,B "- 661 . Hiph. bear twins: Pt. f. pi. nto-NTO Ct 5 5 6 fi . nwn, n:Nn v. in. row. t -: - t-: trt2Nri n.f. fig-tree, (then) fig (-/dub.; Ar. Lg, Aram. Wfi, )L'{1 ; perhaps Pun. pn (v. Lzb 383 ; i.e. PJ Eut, v. DHM V0J,a ), As. tittu, a tree ; Lag " '• M *■ combines 'n (precarious- ly) with -/(III) ilJN wee* opportunely, with ref. to fructifying of fig by another tree, cf. Horn aumu. u. Abh. i OHM), mo) ._ a b s . ' n j u 9 i° + ; s f. injxn i K 5 s + , etc.; pi. D*J**J Nu is 23 -!- ; cstr. W} Je24 2 ; sf. Da'JNn Am 4'; — 1. Jig- tree (ficus carica Post"'"" 30 ' H«t.DB.s.». Tr hub 3*0 M - Lean . Th-Dyer^'- 8 '"-*-'-, cf. Low' 335 ; oft. + |f)): Ju 9 1011 (in allegory), Am 4 9 Ho 9 10 Na 3 ' 2 1 K 5 5 2 K i8 3, =Is 36 16 , Mi 4 * Is 34 4 Pr 27 18 ; 'n nj$ Gn 3 7 (J) Jig-leaves, n'JQ nBJn 'nn Ct 2"; colli Nu 20 s (JE), Ho 2 14 Je 5 17 8' 3 ' Dt 8 8 Hb 3 17 Hg 2" Zc3 10 Jo i 712 2 22 V'i05 33 . 2. Jig, alw.pl.: Nu 13 23 (JE), Je g 4 ' »«»* »' 29 17 (all symbolic of Judaeans), Je 8' 3 (nJKna 'n ptt), Ne 8 13 ; as medicament, 'n nbai 2 K 2 o 7 = Is 38 s1 ; W} nil33n Je 24 ! the Jigs of early ripeness (cf. Du). n*o«n v. 1. [iok], craK^i v. i. ntt. t iibtZJ ri2Nri n.pr.loc. on border of Ephr. Josi6 6 ; Qt)vatTa Ka ScXXijcra, A TrjvadarjXa, ©L envaeavrjKo ; ace. to Survey wp "- 232 ' 245 Wilson H«t.DBTA*K»TH-6H,i.oa Buhl G,!08r - ^ = mod. Ta'na, c. 7 miles ESE. from Nablus. I"™)^J-1 vb. appar. incline (perh. akin to Tin Thes; >Buhl denom. from "WH, q. v.); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'n, subj. boundary : Jos 18 14 , c.nloc. 15 9011 ; c.^...?*? v 9 *; c. i» only, i8 17 ; prob. also c. ace. loc. 1 9 13 (read Win "ittni njtel to Rimmon, and it inclined to Ne'a Di Steuern Benn al.). Vid. also [-i«n] Pi. infr. "H^n n.m. 1 * 48 outline, form (Ph. ixn; ace. to Schwally Idl0< - m prop, something gazed at, from V^tiT) = ChrPal Aram. »|1 gaze at); — 'n abs. Gn29 ,7 +; cstr.Ju8"; sf. nsn (Ges !93 *) Is 52 14 , i">Nn 1 S 28";— form, of woman, 'n n& Gn 2 9 17 (e'; +nsip, || later TW]> D^X i 26 , Lag 0r -"- 62:BI " 49 ), Est 2 7 ( + id.), 1 S 25 s Dt 21 11 ; of man, ICTty, Gn 39" (J; + n«"!D), cf. Is 52 14 ( + id.) , 53 3 '( + tU,-nn), Ju 8 18 , so also 1 Ch 1 v l7 (for MT -W) Klo Perles AMX68 ; 'n B*K 1 S 16 18 , "n-3iB 1 K i 8 ; iixn-np 1 S 28 14 ; v. La 4 9 (where by metonymy =aspect, visage); of cattle, 'n niQ'l Gn4i 18 (E), 'n niVT v ,9 (E); tree, nD< (JVl ttj 'n-na j e 1 1 16 (Du "n nB*fj, v . 46 20 ). I" flSril vb. Pi. denom. draw in outline, trace out ; — Impf. 3 ms. sf. WW?, Is 44 13 - 13 (both c. 3 instr.), of shaping idols ; for MT 2 mpl. IKTin Nu34 7 - 3 Che Knc '- Bll, - 2,,)9 prop. ri«nn ye shall trace out (the boundary; with DFnKni for on^Knrn v 10 ); v. also nan, mn. V" 1 .*^ v - 5^"" SUD V* n p. 357. -WZJNn v. subpefc] p. 81. TrQ.n n.f. ark (prop, chest, box (cf. NH nan); prob. Egypt, loan-word from T-b-t, chest, coffin (Brugsch, Erman ZMG "" <I89 °- m ) ; >Bab. word Jen ZA " (I88,),OTt Hal JA, - 1888<! ""'-" I>ec - , ' sl7 ); abs. 'n Gn f + ; cstr. nan 6" Ex 2 3 ;— vessel in which infant Moses was laid among reeds v 3 (made of papyrus, XO), v 5 (both E ; © ttfa, ^i;,cf.Lewy Fn " , " lw " )0 ); vesselwhich savedNoah and his family, with animals, during flood (® «/W<ir) : Gn 7 1 - 7 - 917 - 23 8 6 - 9 - 9 " U3 9 18 (all J), 6 U (made of 123 % SJ?), v 1415161613 " 7 131518 8 1 - 4 - 1619 9 10 (all P). n«inn v. nu. rttan Mm v. pa. irmin v. pa. no^an v. dh.

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tlinn n.pr. 1. mont. NE. edge of Great Plain, SW. of Sea of Galilee, on border of Issachar, Zeb. and Napht., mod. Jebel et-Tur; cf. Rel r ' U331ff Burckhardt 7 ™" 8 ' 332 * Rob 8 *""- 34 " Bad p.i. iud t .,..,. Bunl G« lg r. 10a g ACooke K »<»- B ">-. »'•;_ 'n(-pn J u 4 61214 ; 'n alone Ho 5 1 Je 46 19 Jos 1 9 12 - 34 (P), f 89 13 ( + ftoTTT) ; © ea/S^p (so Euseb Oaom -), but Ho Je IraPvpwv, and so Jos An,r ' '• » ' M '- bj ir.i. 8[mi .tc. ( ot he r Gk. forms v. Cooke 1,0 -). 2. loc. Ju 8 18 (too far away to be= 1 Be al.), GFM conj.-«ao (9 s7 ), Bu }*3? (9 50 ); © ea3«p. 3. loc. Levit. city in Zebulun 1 Ch 6 62 ; appar. = 'n rt?D3 Jos 19 12 , and perh. 'n v 22 (in Issachar), © enxx"", A ®L ea(3<ap. 4. arbor, in 'n fb$ 1 S 1 o 3 , near Bethel ; © 6a,^o>p. Snn v. by. ban v. fe. ^an v . bw. n" 1 ^^ v. [nb]. ^ v'nn v. 5fa. t|3jn n.m. E,S,1S straw (-/unknown; Ges al.cp.'nn (cf. Thes 1492 ), but v. Lag 33 " 38 ; NH= BH ; As. tibnu; Aram. N^n, j^£ t whence Ar. ^J as loan-wd. Frii 124 ) ; —abs. 'n Gn 2 4 25 + , pro pn Ex 5'°+ ; — straw, i.e. straw threshed fine: chaff Je 23 s9 (opp.">?), blown by wind Jb 2 1 ,s (in sini. ; || }*)> yielding 4 1 " (sim.) ; food for camels Gn 24 8i ' 3S (J), asses Ju 19 19 (all + KfcDD), "»l» Is 1 1 7 65 :i , horses 1 K 5 s ( + 0"lW); mixed with clay in brick-making Ex 5 "-«>-»-» (opp. B>j?), v ».i«.>s (J);— v. further Vogelsteiii L * nd -' rtl " ch - 67 . tpntt n.[m.] straw-heap ;— 'D Is25 10 . t"»pn n.pr.m. rival of Omri (We UruJild o«h..w«i..ro ) cp sidon . Thabnit);—! K i6 MJMI ; rV'Jin v. na . rnyari v. nya . tyin n.pr.loc. near Shechem : Ju 9 50 ' 50 (}*3n ; also 8 18 Bu for "fan q.v.), 2S11"; mod. Tubals, 4 h. N. of Shechem Rob BK, "- 30i Guerin SM-i-w. Buhl 0204 ; ei)/3ijt, 8ai/3ai t (in Ju), &apa(r(t)i, ®L ©a/ifao-ft (in S). t~ip&7S i""COn n.pr.m. Tiglathpileser (III),kingofA8syria(Zinj.1D^Dni'jn,lD^Bni'3n, GACooke ""•■*"- m - m ',BzAB. Tukulti-apil-esar-

D^n Jinri (^/of foil.; mng.dub.: Aram. KHH is raye, roar (of earth, with ref. to Gn I 2 ), of man, bluster; al. cf. Ar. i (<j) go astray, t-J desert waste, but this very doubtful). "hi-in . m. (Albr ZAW,,l(1896) - U2 ) form- ra Rost "■n*""- «■"*•»*»>•« COT 2 also Pinches E " c '- B,bTP Say ■»'•»");- 2 K15 29 16 10 =iDbB 'n v ; ; corrupt 1DWJ)B nj^J? 1 Ch 5" 2 Ch 28 20 ,^D3!j9 'n iCh5 M ; v. also ^B;— A ya 6- (fxWatrap, eaya6[]<pe}ia<Tap l BakyafiavaGap, etc., ®L (Kings) e«yA«<£aXno-ap. frmari] v. ba. [rnan] v. [ma]. tnn^n/in n.pr.terr. Gnio 3 =in iCh I s ; 'ITl JV3 Ez 27 14 38 s ; Gopyapa, e<py., etc.; it lay in (SW.) Armenia ace. to Di Gn ,0 ' 2 (and reff.), D1 F * 246 (Til-garimmu) ; >NW. Asia Minor (Gk. TtvSpapia) Lag GM - Abb - 2>7iArme ° B,ud -* 865iA1>h - OGW. l»x» (1888), 142 "in"in v. p. 187. t lf2"in n.pr.loc. built by Solomon, ace. to 1 K 9 18 Qr= 2 Ch 8"; Tadmor— Palmyra (RS Knc,.Brit.i»)PAUitu Mommsen »»^ «•«*•»• 423 , cf. Lag B!,,2S ); but read in both places T?ri ThRS ,c - Mommsen '• "• Kmp Benz Kit Bur Reckend ZMQ llll (1898), 402 Lag'c. (J^g m Ceo8r,270, K.2jS80,N.2. y n lOPl. T T t byin n.pr.m. king allied with Chedor- laomer* called ttfli ifx Gn i4 , - t ; e a ya[X], @L &apyak(n.j>r. Tudhula occurs on late Bab. tablet, pj_ „} Tr»n«.VIct. liitt.. IX1KI8U7), 47,75 g„y Acad. Mar. 21, 1896,

H«t.pBT. AL. but ident. of pers.unproven,LW

J£j n „H»mmur»b> !(18<8),linjJ_^B«ll Qn H,lQJj e Encj.Blb.TlDAL lessness, confusion, unreality, emptiness (primary meaning difficult to seize ; Vrss usu. kivov, ovSiv, parawv, inane, vacuum, vanum; cf. I J ag Or "- 60; BN1 ") ; — X. formlessness, of primaeval earth Gn i* (P), of land reduced to primaeval chaos Je 4 23 (both+Waj and voidness), Is 34" 'fine (|| vt ♦JO*), 45 ls atf!? 'n vh (|| wil} nifby,

10 'rriVIP, city of chaos (of ruined city); 

=nothingness, empty space, Jb 26 7 Kl? n (™ iri'S; of empty, trackless toas<eDt32 10 (||">3"|P), Jb6 19 i2 24 =^ 107 4 ". 2. fig. of what is empty, unreal, as idols rSi2 21 (coll.: "fte 'WJ ' r HJ* iWi" s6), v 21 Is 4 1 29 DH'Stp? 'IT} rm, 44 9 (of idol- makers), groundless arguments or considera- tions, Is 29 21 P"!V 'na *3, 59 4 moral unreality or falsehood W^J niD3 (|| W^^TDj =a thing of nought (cf. Ecclus 41 10 inn bx VWD), Is 40 17 (|| |$, dbk), v 23 n'B»y 'n? p}$ "oay (|| p«^), wortAfe^w^a" 1 ^ 3 ,r ? 3 ^ 3n l '^ (II ^ Pnjfc as adv. ace. 45 19 I said not, T'E'i? 3 Wh seek me emptily, to no purpose. Cf. 29" ® Will for *TU|IJ. nSnn n.f. error (? si vera 1.; «/7nn ace. t :t T to Di L "- jB,h - 522 , who cp. Eth. IVhrt; in. rove, wander; Ar. Jij is commit error, cf. Ba NB * 179, A ..m.3j ._/ n qi^ vaxbrni jb 1 4 18 , < rd. n^sn q.v. n^nn v. n. ^n. [nDibnri] v. ^n . DrTJl (prob. a/ of following, in view of As. tidmtU, tdmlU ( = 01.-1)1) D1 HWB69S J^Ko.mol.545 Barton ,A03 * v - lff -, Syr. jiooo.1; all from /jMH Thes Ew 1 ' 61 01 5213d Sta i264 al.). tDinn n .f.«» 7 .»+"- et m . "•».»+»«• (Albr Z AWx,ia896i.62 K5 ii.5.]67 Ency. Bib. D " p ) deep, sea, abyss (almost alw. poet.); — abs.'n Gn i 2 + ; pi. abs. ntohm ^ 77 17 + , etc., 'ns IS63 13 + 106 9 (only here c. art.); cstr. Dto'inn 7 1 20 (but v. 5 infra); — 1. deep, of subterranean waters, Gn 49 s5 (poem in J; opp. aw), Dt 33 13 (opp. id.); 't ni3;yD nan Gn 7 11 8 2 (P; || o)0n na-iK), 'n niry p r s 28 (ifn^nf'), Jb28 ,4 3 8 16 (both || oj); nan DinriAm7 4 (prob.)', nai 'n T^sfi? ^36 7 (opp. *wi| ^np^jr bt<), Is 5 1 10 (perh.) ; so pi. niDhPl, Pr 8 24 ( || Vlii^p), 3 20 (opp.O , t?n?»), and prob. ^33 7 (II D £ ^ i35 6 ( + D*B!). 2. (deep) s«a, overwhelming Tyre mcnn KKi.'i T" Ez26 l9 (|| D'3in iron), roaring at theoph.Hb3 10 ; in gen., || DJ, Jb 3 8 :, ° ('n *0S); || D*V Jon 2 6 ; alone Jb 41"; fig., in* **rt$ 'n 4 2 s (|| nna^o, D^? ; but poss. here of Jordan, cf.4); in j>].=abysses of sea, Ex 1 5 5S (of Red Sea, so) Is 63 13 1| i 106 9 , 1/C77 17 ; also 78 ,5 (insim.), 107 s6 (poet.of hollows of great waves, opp. troB*); vaguely, nionn";>3 ^i35 6 i48 r . 3. primaeval ocean, deep, in Heb. cosmogony, 'n 'JB Gn i 2 (P; || DJR1 'JB), Pr 8" ; (1| TO), ^ 104 6 .— (Cf., further, Gunk ch(Spfmi» u. Chaos 21 IT. OC WhltehoUSe "*"' DB CoB * 0< ' OK, Zim KATS - «"••«»'■•**). 4. <%>, depth, of river Ez 3 i 4 (Nile; || ITO, +P|^r»rj}), v ls (||i'd.); pi. of bursts of water fertilizing Canaan, D'KVI VOI rT8p33 Dt 8 7 ( + n'r t 5? , D^P '<«}).— On ^ 4 2 s v. 2. 5. a6ys« (si vera 1.): H«n niDinn= SAe'o', f 71 20 , but 01 We niwnn. [nssnri] v. isn. viv. I. mn. Nin v. t»p. [QNin]v. nxn. tbl'in n.pr.terr. et gent, in E. Asia Minor, perh. nearly = Cappadocia (= As. Tabalu D1 r.25or. cOT Gn102 , cf. Di Gn, °' 2 );— 'n Is 66" Ez 27 13 , ban 32 M , ban Gn io 2 = 1 Ch i 5 , Ez 3 8 2 - 3 39 1 ; eo^x. "I" rp(~)7^^ 1 n.pr.m. first worker in metal, ace. toGn4 22M (J); eofrA. •maun v. njw» sub pa. rovi v. ra T.I T prrin v. m T I. mn (/of foil.; cf. NH 1Kn=BH V?, njrivb.denom. Pi.; S»S Ez 9 4 ; Levy NHWB,v - 622 derives following from V nix). tin a.m. mark; — abs. 'n, mark on fore- head, sign of exemption fr. judgment Ezc. 4 - 6 ; sf. "'in Jb 3 i^^bm/ (written) mark (in attestation). T[rnNPJ n.f. boundary (as described by a mark ?);— cstr. D^S nfcaa mtW Gn 49 26 (this mng. AV RV Ew !M8b [ </nsn] De Gn /nw, nan, nin), but < desire = desirable things, so most. [mi 7 ! J vb.denom. make or set a mark ; — Pi. Imp/. 3 ms. im Kt, 1W Qr 1 S 21 14 (Ges

  • ,6bb ) and Ae made marks on (?5/) the doors, but

< © 03 Th We Dr Ges ,c - und most «10fl Ae drummed (v. *isn). Hiph. "by in JTVirn Ez o 4 «e< a miar& (ace. cogn.) upon. til. [niJ-1] vb. Hiph. prob.pain, wound (fig.) (Aram". jot (oft.), tSin (rare) Krujl X 1 , all repew<) ;— Pf. 3 pi. *nn U« Bnipi f 78 41 (|| »J$ <A« //oJ?/ One 0/ 7«r. <Aey pained (© TrapoJ^urap). tnVl n.pr.ni. ancestor of Samuel 1 Ch 6" [Levitel]; e««, Boom, ®L Naad; || WW 1 S i 1 ; ©one, 0oou, @L Gojf. rtanin v. 5>n ITin injury, v. ?]n sub *pn. Ipri subst. midst (NH id., also denom. W? ; /unknown ; not apparently in cognate languages);— abs. ^IjnGn 1 5 10 -1-; cstr.'Hin I s +; 'ain, tota, etc., 2 fa. 'aain ty- 116" 135 9 , nain tEz48 15 - 21 , Daain Gn23 9 +, njrdta tEzi6 a (Ges !91f ); — midst, whether of a space or place, a number of people or things, or of a line: abs. tJu 16 29 tJJpJJ niB5? = the middle columns, Je 39 s fin "W, ^13 Gn 15 10 WJ 'na tank, Nu 3 5 5 1)98 t^m, JosS 22 Ju 15 4 Is 66 17 JJJ9S "ins -irw ; csti-. 1 K 8 64 THJ !$$n en? nsnn T]«in, Ez 15 4 nro iaini; usu. c.'prep., as a (oft. = an emph. in, in the very heart and midst of), Gu i 6 DJBJ tfrif, 2 9 fan 'na, 9 -' rib™ 'na, iS^^yn 'na, 37' rnfrn T, na, Ex n 4 svv »3K ansa 'na , 39*, Jos8 9 i^n 'na, j u 7 16 nnan 'na, 1 k 3 r0 ntyn 'na ; naina ( f land or city) Nu i3 32 Is 7 6 , etc.; in Ez ^aina, naina, etc., of sins done, or judgment to be wrought, in the very midst of Jerusalem, Ez 5 810 9 4 2 2 3J - 9 - 13 + ; '$» 'na a//22 15 , 4o 9, Po 'na ^rnin, -ab 'na v », c f. Pr4 21 '; after verbs of motion, =into Ex 14 2 ' 1 S 9", = through Ex 14 29 Nu 33 s Ez 9 4 Ne 9 11 ; of a number of person s-=among (not necess. of the actual middle), Gn 40 20 vja% 'na, «3ina 23 s , Daina 1S10 10 Jb i 6 , etc., Dajina -ian Lvi7 910 -

+ ; = between (of things arranged by twos) Ex 

39 25 ; in P oft. (12 t.) of the divine presence, or dwelling, in the midst of Isr., Ex 25 s 29 4546 Lv 15 31 i6 ,6 + (Carpenter"" 1 - 209 '" 1 - 2 ' 410 ; JED in such cases have alw. anp), so Ez 37 26 - 28 43 79 , cf. Hg 2 5 ; |D, as Gn 19 29 naonn -linp, Ex 3 2 'no roen, «" bnNn'no ww «s Dt4 !3 +2'Kn 'no,

S 1 5 6 P2PJ! 'nt? <"n ; =from among, as to take, 

separate, etc., Dainip, Dyri 'no, etc., Ex7 5 28 1 Nu 3 12 4 21S 16 2153 17 10 19 s0 (all P)+; b?, as Ex 1 4 *> Djn -]in-^S . . . wan, Lv 1 1 33 , Nu 1 7 12 rg! brii3n 'n-^s, i 9 6 Dt 21 12 l^a 'n-^K nnsani, 22 s " 2 S3 27 4 6 Je 2 i 4 +; byp+Ezn 23 .— lin is used by most writers, occurring c. 8-10 times in many books, but is esp. frequent in P (c. 106 t.) and Ez (1 16 t.). Syn. anp, q.v. J©»fl ttto^ft, fi^ adj. middle;— abs. 'H Ex 3 6 ffl +, fs. nfOQyf Ju7 19 + , fpl- ni3-Ez42 5 - 6 (on form, v. fcVJ p. 300, Ges* 27 *);— Ex 2 6 28 = 36" (P) D , ?^?lI ^na P 3 ™ ET!|n the m«& bar (holding the ' boards ' in their place) ; Ju 7 " 'nn rn*D0|!ri the middle watch (of the night) ; of the middle story of side-chambers to Temple 1 K 6'- 9b - 1> (v 8 » rd. c. © X njnnnn for "W), Ez i Jl ' (read c. @ @ "!»' rutov£ ^sr rwnnnrriw rwwrbp njta'nn), 42", 2 K 2o« njbw n*yn (but rd. c. QrVrss 'nn "On, i.e. the T-)mn -ran, v. I.">xn 2)._pa'nn -ran Ez 47 16 , v. p. 347k nrnin, nroin v. ru D^ain v. 'an. T*?in, [nvfon] v. >6». pWi v. ff?>n . t[T?in] n.m. doubtful word, only pi. sf. WtyTn fisf; AV RV <% that wasted us, cf. S, but'rd. then W>ty& Bae al.; >Thes 596 Hup De al. wade us wail (Vb?" 1 )- tpoin v. ion. a^nin v. [QKta], oxn. pin v. 11. io'n sub |» nyin v. nyn. [nsyin] v. 11. ipr. [nNxin] v. kx nnpin Kt, nnpn Qr, v. m. nipn p . 876. ^jID (</of foil. [Levy*""™"- 661 , s.v. nam, assumes -/*]3n] ; akin to Eth. 1*£A: «pt«, Aram. (Talm.)*|E>nitf. / Ar.&jfie! for shame! Syr.cl' Aph. (and deriv.) also=spew out (Ba ES28 ), but prob. simply return). fi. rich n.f. act of spitting; — abs. Ill D'??? Jb 1 7 s a spitting in the face do I become, i.e. men spit in my face (|| D'QS/ bvob ; Perles Baer Bu Drws!> nob). n . riDn v. nan . I" I1J-1 vb. seek out, spy out, explore (NH id. (rare); perh. orig. turn (to or about), As. tdru, turn about, back, taidru adj. turning back, also merciful, and subst. mercy ; Ar. Jli (j) iv. ^o atoM< (rare), jp a go-between); — Qal Pf 1 s. 'Win Ez 20 6 Ec 2 3 ; 3 pi. WR Nu 13*; 2 mpl. Drnn i 4 2 < ; /„»££ 3 mp i. vijr i 3 2 , ruvi v 2i. rd# alg0 3 ms _ n , n , Jb 39 „ jg <j. E ' w Di BuDu and most (for 1W); 2 mpl. TW1PI Nu 15"; Inf. cslr.-m io^+j P<. pi. Dnn 14 6 , on 1 K 10" 2 CIi 9 14 v. infra ;— 1. seek out, select : nPIWD B# -Vb Nu io M (J, subj. ark of'*), cf. Dt i a (subj.), Ez 20" (id., ace. land); sq. inf.

DfODTtn 

=find out how to do something, ? '•apa 'n Ec 2 3 . . spy out, explore, ace. of land Nui3 216 17 ' 2l2S ' 32 - 32 H****, ace. of mts. Jb39 8 (v. supr.), cf. Pt. as subj. explorers, spies Nu i4 6 (all P); explore mentally, mpi efoi vb n$nb Ec f% cf. 9 1 Gr ('n for "US q.v.),^5? noana 'rb i T ' 3 (Kue 0nd - 2 - ilU96 ). . go about, fig. Daaal> 'nnK Nu 15 39 (P); Pt. Dnnn "BOS i K io 15 ' a Ch 9", usually merchants (|| D'bi Qnnb); Kit, after <S 2 Ch, prop. B*Wp for D'inn. Hiph. Impf. 3 mpl. ^"n'aa nw Ju i 23 <fey r«ac?e a reconnoisam.ee at Bethel (Vrss disagree, Gie Vm, cf. GFM) ; 3 ms. WJUS "^ P^ Pr 1 2 26 <A« righteous searches out (RV t«  a guide to) his friend, % AV is more excellent than (reading TpJ), Hi Ew De al. spies ou< Ats pasture (Vljnip, in spiritual sense), all dubious ; Toy conjectures nV*JD ID J. fi. Tin, in n.m. plait, turn (Ar. iJLJ period, succession (jrcpiofios)) ; — pi. D'lin plaits (of hair ?) Ct 1 10 , cstr. 3PIT nin v " plaits, circlets of gold; sg. turn, opportunity, cstr. n"lj|5 th Est 2 12 , cf. v 15 .— DTK lin 1 Ch 17 17 is corrupt, || 2S7 19 DiNn m.in, also difficult, v. rnin 3, p. 436 ; Klo Perles*"" 68 IKH, q.v. ^ Jb 39 8 appar. n.m. a searc/«'«^, but v. -/. . "iin v. 11. in. niin v. m Ittjirt v. y&>. T T n^tptn v. n&. nn'iin Jb 41 21 v. nn t [TTJ 7 !] vb. Hiph. strike away (X. W3 (rare) spring forth ; NH tnj spring, spurt, out; Hiph., Aph. cut off (head, etc.)); — Pf 3 ms. "in I'pn nitrtjarrns i s 18 s . rvam v. m. [n^snri] v. i. bn. inn v. nin . ^Dpnn v. P . 3 1 5b. CPN^nn v . 1. t6n . n >>nn v. 11. bbn P . 3 21. n^riP v. nbnin S ub i?n D^nn v. Don. v v • t : - < ]nn v. nin. 1, n. nsnn v. 1. pn. pann v. pn. [njnn], ^nn v. run. I Dnasnn n.pr.loc. Egyptian city Je

7 ' 8 ' 9 44 l 46", so Je 2 ' 6 Qr (Kt DJBnn); 

= Dri3anp| EZ30 18 ; Ta<pm(i)s [TaQvtu]; identif. with Gk. Daphnae, mod. Tel Befenneh, c. 1 8 m. ESE. from Tanis, c. 9 m. W. of El-Kantara, Bad E87pt • 5,h ' >d • (190i!> • 16, p e trie Defwmeh<T * nU1I> ' 1838 D^Dnn 1065 TD'OSnn n.pr.f. Egyptian queen; — i K ii 19S0 , DJ-'v 50 ; e«[ x ]f M « ra . t fcOnn n.. [m.] prob. (linen) corselet (£ 0nk fins?) ;— abs.'n Ex 28 m , U39 23 (P), in sim. [ninn] v. mn. SH.nn v. snn. < fi. tt?n.n n.m. tahas, a kind of leather or skin, and perh. the animal yielding it (prob. the dugong, cf. Ar. ,jLi.> dolphin, Thes 1M0 Di-Ry K,[25 - 6 Post BMtDBBA,>0 "; As. tahlu (Dl «"'"■""), for which DF""- 77 *' HWB705 conj. meaning sheepskin); Bondi Ko,p,1 * c * 1,T cp.Egypt. thf, leather; v. summary of views M'Lean- Bhipley Knc ' Blb - BA " >0 " 8 ' *"") ; — abs. 'n Nu 4' + , tfrin v s + ; pi. D'tfnn Ex 25*4-; — leather used for (woman's) sandals Ezi6 10 ; elsewhere for cover of tabernacle Nu 4 s5 , 'n niy v 8 - 8 - 10 " 1214 , D^nn(n) rvty Ex 25 s 26" 3s 7 - 23 36 19 39" (all P). < fn. tiJPin n.pr.m. 'son ' of Nahor Gn 22"; To X os ; identif. by Wkl Mluh - * v ° rderu - a~»-»-««».sw with Tihesi (Egypt.), which WMM *•■«•*"•<*' puts N. of Kadesh on Orontes. jnrtJH n. [m.] the under part (Ar. o43 ?'/.), hence as adv. accus. and prep, under- neath, below, instead of (so Ar. ij>»J, Sab. nnn, Eth. ^drft Ph. nnn (Lzb 385 ); BAram. % ninPI, Palm, in Tiring p Tariff i 4 (Cooke 32 °), Syr. Lcull); — I. as adv. accus. tGn 49" ( = Dt33 13 ) the deep nnn n»i that coucheth beneath; more usu. with !?, nriPID lit. 0^" (ft? 1 c) the under part = beneath, tEx20 4 (=Dt5 a ) nnnn jntra (so Dt 4 s9 Jos 2" 1 K 8 a [both D 2 ], Is 51 6 ), Dt 33 21 Ju 7 s Am 2» Is 14 9 Jb i8 16 Ez 47 lb . II. as prep.; so cstr., and with sf. (usu. in the pi., and so lit. in the parts underneath) 'nnn Hb3" i + ,' , ? , ?nn (cf.^Vflty: Ges» 103d ) t2 S 2 2 :,; - 40 8 (f is 37 - 40 - 49 "'jnnri); ^nnn ; vnnn (Kt innn t2 S z a 3 12 i6» Jb 9"),' nwin'Lv i 3 23 +i6t. ) nsnnn ( c f. nw'K, naniv) tGna 21 ; wnnn -t 1 S 14 9 ^47'; oyrm f j os 2" Am 2 13 ; Dn'nnn tNu 16" 1 K 20 24 1 Ch 4 41 5 23 2 Ch 12 10 (for bnnn 1 K 14 27 ), Dnnn Dt 2 ,2 + 10 1., fn'nnn tJe28' 3 ; — 1. under, beneath, Gn7 19 "-'3nnn D"P$n under the whole heaven (so tDt 2 25 4 19 Jb28" 24 3 7 3 41 3 Dn 9 12 ), 18 4 ft?? '", 21 15 24= + oft.; Jb 30 14 nx'lE' 'n under the ci-ash they roll themselves against me ; tTOB'n 'n Ec i 39 " + oft. Ec. (so in Ph., Cooke 4 - 7 ' s - »). With ), 1 2 Ch 4 3 ^nnn,ct2 6 =8 3,, ^i>'n. idiom, a. "inn nnn nnn at the foot of the mt., Ex 24 4 Dt 4", so 3 17 'n napan mf», Jos ii 3 - ,7 +; fig. fi8 37 ,- lVV a'rpn 'nnn thou broadenest my steps under me, Jb 36 16 T^nn pxio tb am ( so read for mnnn, DiBu) breadth unstraitened is beneath thee. b. 'n fi&bn, of something held there as a dainty morsel, and ready, when needed, to be brought out, fig. of sweetness Ct 4", of evil 1// 10' 'n |isi boy Wi>, Jb 20" (so io'nsfe' 'n f 140 4 ), of praise' ^ 66' 7 **$ 'n DOni (syn. Bjn?? 149 6 ). c. 'a nnn . («) of subjection, ^ 18 40 V% r"!?n

nn, v 49 (cf. 4 7 4 M4 2 ), 45 6 Jb 9 13 . (6) of a woman, ntJ^N 'n, i.e. under his authority, Nu 5 19 - 2 "- 29 , so Ez 23 s 'nnn being under me = being mine (fig. of Israel as s spouse), cf. vwavbpot Rom 7 2 , and o»s>j Kor 66 10 . (c) of being bur- dened or oppressed under, Is 24 s the earth nae* 'n nun. p r q 21 ns man tfm 'n, v 22 - 23 ; Hb3 7 JW 'n i.e. (si vera 1.) suffering under calamity, d. 'B 1! 'n, of authority or control, Gn4i 35 njria r 'n -n iia^ : ; Jus^^f.^ioe 42 ),

S 2 1 4 - 5 (del. ^?; dittogr! bh), v 9 Is 3 6 . e. 

'B ?yi 'n ( of subjection or conquest, ^ 8 7 ?3 fbp.'n HPIB*, 18 39 47 4 La 3 M , cf. Mai 3 3 '. 2. what is under one, the place in which one stands : hence as accus., a. with reflex, pron., idiom., in one's place, vihere one stands, Ex 1 6 20 B"X 'at? Vnnn abide every one in his place, Lv 1 3 s328 Jos 5 8 6 520 Ju 7 21 1 S 14 9 U'nrm «npV1 we will remain where we are, 2 S 2 23 innn nDjl he died where he was (cf. Je 3 8 9 [read Hoi]), 7 '» Is 25 10 46 7 Am 2 13 Hb 3 16 »1« 'Pinni I tremble where I stand, Zc 12 6 14' Jb so^o 12 Q'Vr! ^-Hl Dnnn. b. in transferred sense, in place of, instead of: (a) Gn 2 1S 4 25 ?2} 'n instead of Abel, 22 13 "a 'n, 30 2 ^JK Q'nb'K 'nn ( c f. 5 o 19 ), 44 s3 2 S 19'4-oft. ; Jb 16 4 Is 3 24 55 13 61"; of one succeeding to the place of another, v?Jl vnnn Gn 36 s3 - 49 1 K 8 20 1 1 43 14 20 + oft, Dt 2 12 " Dnnn Wfj5, Lv 16 s2 1 K 2 s5 + ; V'45 17 w ^ 7 «ce 0/ thy fathers (whom thou mayest therefore forget) will be thy children. Cf. in Ph. CIS' 3 9 (Cooke 30 ). Sq. inf. Is 60 15 ^nvn 'n instead of thy being . . . Peculiarly Jb 34* (si vera 1.)= as if tltey were, like ; but text very dubious ; Bi Bu D^KH inon nnn his wrath breaketh in pieces the wicked. (6) in partic, of things mutually interchanged, in place of in exchange or return for: Gn 30 15 'n?.? TO 'n in return for thy son's love-apples, Ex 21 23 ifcj 'n B*B3 life for life, v 24 - 25 - 38 - 27 - 36 - 37 , Jos 2 14 Dunlin «B*B? pnnn Tmb, i S 2 50 i K 20 59 1WB 'n IBfej, v 42 (cf. 2 K 10"'), 21' Is 43 s ' 4 ; often with vbs. of requiting, Gn 44 4 oaie 'n n VT DJ ? t ?^?' n ?!? wnv nave y e rewarded evil in exchange for good ? i S 25

S 16' 2 i 9 B V 35" n ? B ' n •"¥! ^Nt. 38 21a 

109° Pr 1 7"+ ; Je 5" no nnn t» whim /or what t (cf. TO-by 2 2 8 Dt 29 s I K 9 s ). So sq. inf. i//38 21b . +3. as conj.: a. "f>K nnn : (a) instead of that (Germ, anstatt dass), Dt 28 s2 DTP»n 'N '71 instead of that ye were . . ., instead of your being . . . , Ez 36 s4 . (6) tw re<wrra for (the fact) <Aat, because that (© d^ iv Am i 3 + oft.), Nu 25" 't6 N?t? ■^ 'n, Dt 2I 14 22 M 28 47

S 26 21 2 K 2 2 ,7 = 2 Ch'34 25 , Is 53 12 Je 29 19 50 7 
Ch 2i 12 . b. "? nnn Dt 4 s7 (but ? read : WJ! 

as end of v 36 ), Pr i 29 . Cf. ('?) ^ 3$. III. compounds : — tl. n™?"->£, after a vb. of motion: a. (in) under, Ju 6 19 "?N XSl'1 n^>Nn 'n, 1 K 8 6 (|| 2 Ch 5 7 ), Je 3 6 38" (on 1 S

TO i'v.II. Id); after KljJ Zc 3" '!> 'rri>K Ez io 2 . b. iwto </te pface 0/, Lv 1 4 42 . 2. nnnp (=6jt' «): a. alone, from under, from beneath, as O'P^n nnrip +Uni 7 , and esp. after such vbs. as nne> 6 17 , nnp Ex 1 7" Dt 9 14 25 19 29 19 2 K i4»TaKnDt7 M , cf.La3 66 ; EZ47" fnso 'no n?an, Pr2 2 27 TMJWP imbH? ng? rrc& ; Ex6 67 d^xo ntap 'no, H04 1 ' 2 Dn»n*)K 'no up ( c f. II. 1 o a, 0); 'D "I! 'HO (cf. II. l"d) from under the ltand (power) of. . . Ex i8"> 2 K 8 2022 13 5 17" + ; Vnnnp (cf. II. 2 a) /row fo's place Ex io 28 Zc6' 2 . Earely=nnn r ') nnnp, Gn i 9 (P) Ez i 8 4 2 9 4 6 23 Jb 26 s . b. ') nnnp ( opP . 'b byS0) under, beneath : Gn i 17 TIB yfe D^On HT&, Ex 20 4 Yl$ nnnp D ^ (so Dt 4" 5 s ), JU3" VfSfy 'np'je38 12 4-; of locality, tGn

8 ^wTabno, 1 s 7" 1 K 4 12 . c. t'!> nnnpb 

(cf. id 9 b), i. q. ') nnnp 1 k 7 32 . TTinnri adj. lower, lowest;— abs. 'It Jos i6 3 +, fs. nan- Is 22*+, fpl. n5h-~Ez42 iMi ;— lower, Is 2 2 s 'nn naian the lower pool (in Jerus.), of pavement and gate of outer (lower) temple-court Ez 4 o ls -' 9 (1. jinnnn 'tin), of lower ledge (n"]JP.) of altar, 43 14 ; of the lowest of the three stories of side-chambers surrounding the temple, 1 K 6« fa iWn, +v 8 » (v. rto'n), Ez 4 1 7 (read JDl for J31), 42 s - 6 ; in place-name, 'n rVlhTVa Jos 16 3 18"' 1 K 9 17 (|| 2 Ch 8 5 *»?), 'nn frtrtVi 1 Ch 7" 2 Ch 8 6 . TVinFI adj. and subst. lower, lowest (places)':— fs. n;nnn tf86 13 , nwrin Ex i9 17 +; mpl. Dinnri fGn 6 16 ; fpl. I#WT? V63 ,0 +;— Ex 19 17 "inn n-nnna laxTn in the Zower ;;art of the mt., Ju i 15 = Jos 15 19 (so read here with © MSS @ .1 nnn rw) n<nnn n^a nx the Zotoer spring, Jb 4i 16 n , nnn n?D3 like the lower mill-stone, Gn 6 16 (P) 0 nr = lower stories; of She'61,Dt32 22 n , nnn %lf lytothelowest Sh.e'61, ,/, 86' 3 n;nnn '^p, S o rrnnn jns the lowest earth (orland), i.e. Sh., Ez 31 "•>«■» ni>nnn fiS the land of lowest places 26 20 32 ls24 , ni'nnn n'ia the pit of lowest places Lam 3 s5 1// 88 7 , DVPinTl H? n 63 10 ( + perh. 7 1 20 ) the lowest places of the earth, YH$ '^ Is 44 23 , and fig. of the dark and hidden interior of the womb ^i39 15 . — Ne 4' Dipp^> ni'nnnp Tpj?«l and I set (® L and they stood) at parts below (JO as in ? nnplO) the place (where they were to work), so Ke Gu, but text perhaps corrupt (Berthol Sgf ). < f 11. T r n.pr. 1. m. a. Levite 1 Ch6 922 . b. Ephraimite 7 211 - 2 ". — Qaad, Kaad, etc. 2. loc. station in wilderness Nu 33 M27 ; Karaad. ■'©in o^rinn v . n. vn$ 2. fiTn v. 'nin. tp^n n.pr.m. in Judah, I Ch4 20 Qr (Kt Jvin); Ivojk, A eiXtoK, ®L e<oXft/i. t NQ' , ri n.pr.terr. et gent. (OAram. NO'D Lzb 385 ; T in As.Tima Dl p * 301f - Schr KGF 261ff - ;=so^A cowMiry, VkD' (cf. JO^, /jB») ace. to No Enc ' Blb - Ii »" A ' !L ) ;— 'D ps "aB'" Is 2 1 14 , people Je 25 23 ; 'n ' son ' of Ishma'el Gn 2 5 15 || i Ch i 30 ; «pn TfffTyf (l.'1K)Jb6 19 ; empai*. Mod.reyma.NW.Arabia, Doughty AnbDa - '• ■»"•■ *•>■ ^^ Wilson BMt - DB ™ A , and on inscr. found there Eut N,bInKbrK CIS II, No. 113.114 J^gSBAk. 1884. 813 f. JJ a J R&J III, Ulff. () oke 195 * i. ii. jo"*?, -ao'H, ^p^ri v. jov [TO?l] v. non. t^Jjl adj. gent. (1): 'nriiChu 45 , unknown. &fi*Vfi Ch^n v. Bh TN 1 T I (' : 1 n.pr.m. in Judah, i Ch 4"; Zaipa, A Oripta, ©L Edpia. TDT , n n.pr.terr. et gent. ' son ' of Japhet Gn 10* 1 Chi 5 ; Bapas; identified by Mey aeKh - d. Alt. 1. 260 J^ JI 1 Z Guuk a j. w ith Gk. Tvpoqvoi, Egypt. Turula, on coast of ^Egean. t[t2TJTl] n.m. he-goat (NH id.; Ar. ,J^3, Aram. *$fl, K&n, ^Vid.; -/unknown);— -p

rhi abs. t^n Pr 30"; pi. D't^n Gn 30* (J), 32 15 (E ; + &*$> she-goats), 2 Ch 17". "jp v. -pn. t [ll JJm] vb. meaning wholly dub.; — Pu. p f- 3 PL i$$ ,3r ). B™ Dt 33 3 ; were led or as- sembled would suit context ; v. esp. Dr Berthol. rn'Ori v. |13. TO^Sri n.m. peacocks (ace. to 3! ©Jerome Rabb.; perh. = Malabar logai, togliai, peacock Thes ,S02 );-iKio K =D»?Vl2ChQ 21 + ivory,apes. ]DJn (-/of foil., cf. pi.; Ar. eu overcome (of wine), tread under foot; akin to Aram. JC, X 7|Vl (rare) injure, |ool. N3V1 (rare) injury). T"i|P, 11. Ijiri a.m. injury, oppression; — abs. 'nil, + HD-iO f io ; 55'= (so Gi ; Baer Tjin); rfm, + Don (gloss) 72 14 ; pi. D'san &rx p r 2 9' 3 oppressor (53 creditor ; cf. D'DCn B^N 2 S 22'" ^ 140" 5 ).— 1. 'nin v. ■qin. □•om v. qfc rtan, m^n v. nfe . • t : t : • • : - ri?3n n.f. violet, i. e. violet thread and v • : 48 stuff; ® usu. vukiv8os, vaxlvBtvot ; v. Thatcher But. db ceo™ / NH _ BH <j. j^n N t, 3n ^r 31 ?) >' — !■ CT '^e< </trea ( Z (spun, Ex 35 s5 ; woven, 39 s ) : a. in Ex (P) of hangings of tabern., ephod, etc., 'n + JOflK, *ff nj&H (q. v.; oft. also Bft 3™), Ex 25 4 '26' 2 8 ; '- 6 28 M 3s 25 + 20 t.; of temple hangings ( + fffltt, Qfft , ^VHS, ya) 2 Ch 2 6l3H ; loops or cordsof'n(alone)Ex 26 4 2 8 28 - 3137 36 11 39 2 >- 2 «> Nu 1 s 38 (all P) . b. palace hangings in Shushan, +nn Est i°. t2. violet stuff, fabric ; 'n -Btoi) Ez 23 s , Tl *#{>} nopni 27- 4 ; DKnab fenKl '" Je io 9 ; also" in trade Ez 2 7 7 (+?9?"^> ni?i?"!3 VV), cf. 'D n;3 for covering sacred utensils Nu ^waimi ^p^_ t [JJJ-I] vb. regulate, measure, estimate (cf. Aram. Pa. |?n (rare) prepare (=| , 3n j f313); ace. to Ky •»■«•*»■«■•.*•»■ a BeC ondary V from fia); — Qal Pt. estimate, fig.: * Tlinn J3hl Pr 16 2 , so (n'isb) 21 2 2 4 12 . Mipb. 1. Pf. 3 pi. n^i)5| ttpnj [£] N^ 1 S2 3 6y fern ('<) are ac^'wis estimated. 2. Impf, be adjusted to the standard, i. e. right, equitable : subj. 1f^ (of '> and of Israel), 3 ms. f3IT Ez 1 8 2 " 5 29 - M 33 1717 - 20 ; 3 mpl. «an? 18 29 , «3l?: v 25 . Pi. Pf. 3 ms.: mete out, HTO3 fan fi'D Jb 28"; 'D r*nj3 D?pe>1 Is 4 o 12 (||T!»3l3); * nn-ns'n"Ov 13 '(v. Qal; read poss. P3H r f3n); 1 8 . rniey win ^ 75 < I regulate (or adjust) her pillars (i.e. of earth). Pu. .ft. fsntpn fn 2 K 12 12 the silver which was measured out. fi. ]DF n.m. Fl45n measurement; — cstr. D'jap 'n Ex 5 18 (J) tJie measurement, tale, of bricks; abs.Ez45"capac%(of ephah and bath). fn. jDFI n.pr.loc. in Simeon, 1 Ch 4 s2 ; Ookko, A Qoxxav, ©L EpStKfft. • rP23.FI n.f. measurement, proportion; — abs. Ez 43 10 (<read WJan @ Ew Hi Co Toy al.); 'n Dnin 28' 2 thou wert one sealing up (the) measure (RVm), i. e. exhibiting perfect pro- portion ; Codd Sm al. Tl Dnin the seal of (perfect) proportion ; but dub., v. Comm. TrOSriTp n.f. measurement, tale, pro- portion;— 1. cstr. D , ?3i>ri 'D Ex 5" (J) the tale of bricks (cf. 1. |?n). 2. sf. ^3- measure- ment, proportion, of eph'ah and bath EZ45"; of composition of sacred oil Ex 30 32 , nri- v 3; (P) ; of temple, its measurement, proportion in. 2CI124". "j)' , ")?ri v. "pa. 7rjandcpds. v. i>i>n. ts'rri vb. hang (|| form of n^n.Ges' 78 ");— Qal Pf. 3 pi. sf. D1*6n 2 S 2i' 2 Qr the Philis- tines had hanged them (Kt Dl^n ; v. Dr); Pt. pass. D'K^H Dt 28 M thy life shall be hung up before thee, i.e. be in suspense, each moment uncertain. — , n_*E i Di> D'K^n npyi Hon 7 my people is hung up to my backsliding is certainly corrupt (AV bent to backsliding from me, i. e. hung or swung toward turning from me, cf. GASm, but very dub.) ; Marti conj. D^b? tffflr^J ; Oettli Now 2 Harper n*6? or ♦J&jtfl has wearied itself [me] in backsliding. [m^br.] v. 2t6. n^Vn v. nt6. t : - J t t : T^toNbri n.pr.loc. appar. in Mesopot.; — 'n 2 K i 9 ,2 =-i^ri Is 37 12 (abode of HP?. 3 ); cf. As. Til-asuri (Esarhaddon) Dl Far - 264f J near Edessa Wkl Ge,ch - B,b - u - A "- 269 ' 335t ; v. Schr KGF199f - identification not certain, cf.Johns EncrBlbTELASSA *. ntfi^n v. a& 'bz nihn v. 1-699. tJl7jTl vb. hang (NH id.; As. Pi. tullH, hang up; Ar. J.; let down, dangle (a rope, etc.); Aram. SOn, Jjll, hang; perh. OAram. rbr id., Lzb**; Eth. -f A<P: in derived sense, be devoted, addicted, to);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'n Gn40 22 +;

ms. n^ni Dt 2 1 13 consec; 3 pi. £n Est 8 7 9", 

sf. Dliri 2 S 21 12 Kt (Qr v. t6n), etc. ; Impf.

ms. sf. obn* Jos io M , etc.; Imv. mpl. sf. wljl 

Est 7"; Inf. cstr. Tbnb Ez 15 3 Est6 4 ; P«. act. rbh Jb 2 6 7 ; pa«s. *bk Dt 31°+ 2 t., pi. 0^} Jos io 56 ; — hang: 1. hang up &ny object : ace. of hands and feet of slain, + rOlSBT^S 2 S 4"; ^Fi of Absalom r6«3 tm <Ae terebinth 18 10 ; 'n c. ace. rei, +^y Is 22 54 Ezi5 3 Ct 4 4 f 137 2 ; subj. ", ny^ B -^f pK 'n Jb 26 7 . 2. specif. pu< to death by hanging, c. ace. pers. Gn 40 22

i 13 (both E), 2 S 2i 12 (cf. (6n), Est 9"; abs. 

'vH Dt 2 1 53 one hanged; ace. pers. + J'JT-'S Gn

o"(E), Dt2i a Jos 8 W io MW (all JE), Est 5" 6 4 

7 «..o 8 ? 9 u.!5 wipll- py 3 pl ^n ? D T3 Q nfc La 5" princes have been hung up by their hands; Impf. 3 mpl. nT'S TO?!! Est 2 <Aey were hanged on a tree; + 3 ms. apoc. ?FM 2 S 1 8 9 (for }HJ1 v. ?ri3 Hoph.). Pi. Aan<e up for display, c. ace. rei: Pf. 3 pl.ibi EZ27 10 (aloc.J.v 11 (ijntofrH>8). ' Lvlu n -[ ln '] quiver (with its arrows) (as hanging from shoulder); — sf. Ijp^PI lyPI Gn 27' (J; © <f>apcrpa, 93 pharetra). rk>D v. i»PI infra. T • Trr?rV] n.pr.loc. in (Southern) Dan Jos "; 2iada, ©LltfXa. Trni^ n.pr.m. in Ephraim ; — iCh7 26 ; aX«(«), GaXa. I. 77/1 (appar. -/of foil.; NH br heap, wbbn hill; X J X*9 -V<y; Ar. Jj, Syr. |C mound; = (perhaps) OAram. ^n CIS"" 0111 Lzb 386 SAC 120 ; Jen in Brock 8 "- 1 "- thinks bn As. loan-word from tilu, ruin-heap, mound).

7FI n.[m.]mound; — 1. mound, ruin-heap 

(of city): cstr. D^»f)!w Jos 8™ (JE), Dt i 3 17 , iTDOB' 7R Je 49 s . 2. mound or hill on which city stood : sf. D^ri Jos 1 1 13 (D), PlWl J e 30". tl^N ?P) n.pr.loc. in Babylonia, on the ' river Chebar,' Ez 3". TNttnn bPl n. pr. loc. in Babylonia ; — Ezr2 M =Ne7 M ; Oaaprjtra, (6«X)np)jffa, etc., @L Ezr QdXim kch Prjtra. tnbQ bpf n.pr.loc. in Babylonia; — Ezr 2 w =Ne7"; BtpptXtB, e»X/i«X*0[x].

jfon 

t^TTI adj. exalted, lofty (prop. Qal Pt. pass.); — 'ni Ptb|~irt Ez 1 7 K a high and lofty int. IQ^vFOP) n.f.(1)pl. as fig. of woman's locks, mng.'dub. : T$9j mihf 'n V#X$ Ct 5 U ; Thes (from above v ) waving palm-branches, © idrm; NH once, fig., Levy NHWB "- 649 high hills cf. Jastr Dlct1674 heaps, piles; but Magnus HohMLIed an( J J aC0 |,8tud.Ar.l).Dicht«lY.21 g^fop; or sheath of spadix of date-palm (with which hair oft. cp. in Ar. poetry Jacob 1 "*" 1 ' 16 ', cf. Ar. tiajj drinking vessel made of this envelope Lane); so perhaps As. taltallu Dl HWB70S . f II. [77J-1] vb. Hiph. mock, deceive, trifle with (perhaps akin to Ar. Jj act coquet- tishly; cf. secondary -J [/D?] p. 251); — mock, trifle with, c. 2 pers.: Pf. 3 ms. ('?) ?nn Gn 31 7 (E), 2 ms. Pl^nn J U 16 1013 "; Impf. 3 mpl. ^WJJ Je 9 4 , 2 mpl. W&lft Jb 13 9 (on both v. Ges* 5 "' Baer ""<"'■); /n/. ci<r. Jb 13 19 and (abs.) Ex8 25 (J). Hoph. Pf. 3 ms.^nin Is44 20 a heart(which) is deceived. — Vid. [/0!J], Q yQn P- 251. D7D (/of foil.; cf. NH DbFi = BH; Ar. pj, mod. Pal. J3 Bergheim PKF 1394 ' 195 ; Eth. ^A^"; Aram. KO^"!' ; the nearest verbal V is Ar. 11J 6rea& erf^e of, wiaie a breach, gap, but ^ = ey? cf. Fra' 31 ). tctafl n-m." 31 - 38 furrow ;— abs.'n Jb 39 10 (other conj. Du Perles*"' 33 ); pl. cstr. ^'f ^obn Hoio 4 i2 12 ; sf. n^PI Jb 3 1 38 ^65.— On ploughing in Pal. v." Hogg E ° c '- Blb - *•■«»"»» Vogelstein L *" d " lr ' h,ch - ,!5 ' r -, on depth of furrow (not more than 8-10 centim.) Id 1 "- 36 Anderlind zpv 11.25,29. a j g0 g enz Arch. s.v. — D?l? v. 5w supr. T^D/ri n.pr.m. 1. king of Geshur, father- in-law of David, 2 S 3 3 13 37 1 Ch 3 2 . 2. a son of *Anak Nu 13 22 Jos 15 14 , »o|jn Ju i 10 ; eo W «, oX/if», 6aXa/icci>, etc. foVfl v. mb. [na^fl] v. II. |6. J^7J~I (-/of foil.; perhaps jrnaw, v. fliypriD infra, and Dl Pr " 3 , cf. As. tultu, worm). fi. Vbii^ n. [m.] worm, scarlet stuff (dyed with the coccus ilicis, v. W, Thatcher H«t.DBCoLoa. 8 J._ 1- W(yrm! only pl Q^in, in stale manna Exi6 20 (P). 2. scarlet stuff", abs. sg. ^>in Is i 18 (in sim. || D , 3'f; opp. lOX); token of luxury La 4K jfon 1069 fn. V vin n.pr.m. in Issachar; a judge of Israel Ju I o 1 ; assigned to earlier time by Gn 46 13 Nu 26 23 (both P), 1 Ch 7"**. t" , }Hi,n adj. gent, of foregoing ; c. art. as n. coll. Nu 26" ny|?in, ngWI n.f. worm;— abs. tlfo* Is 14" Jb 25'; ny^in°l s 41"+ , n$« Dt 28 39 Nuip 6 ; cstr. ny!?in Ex 25' + ; sf. Dnyjwi Is 66 24 ; — 1. warm, grub, vine-weevil Jon 4 1 Dt 28 19 (coll.); devouring the dead L314 11 (coll.: || nB"}), 66 24 (coll.); symbol of insignificance 41 14 Jb25 6 (|| nei), 1^22". 2. elsewh. (P) specif., + , ??' (q. v.), of the coccus ilicis yielding scarlet colour: 'n(n) 'Jf Lvm"*"'" Nuig 6 ; of crimson stuff, w'ti 133 4 s ; usu. I??"!* 1 : "fe? 1 .? '131 »:#(?) Tt Ex 2 5 4 2 6 { + 24 1. Ex. I [V7P] vb. Pu. denom. clad in scarlet (v. 1. ySin2 ; nyjrtn 2.— NH Hiph. denom. is ftreefiu'orOTs.etc.);— P<.pl.D , 5 , i , riONa2 4 (||D , nKD). trW 1 ?™? n-f-pl- teeth (AV RV jaw-teeth) (perhaps gnawers, v. y ); — <ee<A, incisors, late (always || O?!?'): cstr. 'd Jb 29 17 and (of lion) Jo i 6 ; sf. vnj^no Pr 30". t,ni , Q7,n n.f. pi. Ges (in Thes) exitialia, fatal things (•/«li'n = Ar. 1— aAj perish); — poet, for weapons; many other conj. in Comm.: 'rb Vf Tpm 1*n Tfffl Ct 4", doubtful; Che Eipos. Time.. ix.«3;jq.juij 1999,5m q'e^ej shields cf. v b . "wbn v. "ife*6n . D^nbn v. i.bbn. T -J T-. .-.. on, an, ntsn v. odd . «nn v. kdw . T T '.. T •* T I" [rTQWl vb. be astounded, dumb- founded (NH id.; so Aram, iron, ojjcL); — Qal Pf. 3 pi. Wgf f 48 s ; /rrejp/. 2 ms. ^P™ Ec5 7 ; 3 mpl. MVOT Jb 26", etc.; Imv. mpl. Won Is 29' Hb V; — be astounded, Is 29' Hb I 5 (vtrlithp.), Je 4 9 (|| DOS?, Niph.), f 4 8 6 ; + JO caus. Jb 26"; +">y rei at which Ec 5"; look in astonishment at *&&$ B»K 71 Gn 43 s3 (J), Is 1 3". Hithp. Imv. mpl. + Qal Imv. VTBnrn WOO Hb i* (v. supr.), lit. astonish yourselves, be astounded, but We Hithpalp. inpnpnn ; Gr rds. inf. abs. i?bn (Marti al. IHDni) for inon . TpnQri n.[m.] bewilderment; — abs. 'n Zci2 4 ; catr. finon Dt 28 19 ; — bewilderment, stupefaction; 33? 'D v 23 , of those infatuated (v. Dr.); 'n alone of bewildered horses Zc 1 2 4 . felon triO/l n.pr.div. Tammuz (Bab. DHzu (also Dumuzi) COT El8 ' 4 Zim k**'- 3 "'- Jastr Bel • B.b.4fa.t,>M... on t he phonetic change Hpt 2 *"' 270 , but also Jager BA8U ");— 'nn-DK r))33B Ez8 14 ; 'n = Gk. Adonis (piN); cf. Baud Eel8 « !m - ,a,> ' 300t J) r Dn 11,37 QJj e Bncr. Bib. TAHntJi g ay Hut.DB Id.^ roinn v. p». rrfton v. -no. nmnn v. mo. t : triQn n.pr.m. head of a Jewish family, Ezr 2 M =Ne 7"; ® St/ia (Ne Hfiaff), ©L Of/ma. TOPI v. 11D p. 556. G , 'E)riEx26 24 36 29 v. [DNJ?]. t[^T£2J"l] vb. grasp, support, attain (Aram. 'HPPI Pa. hold fast ; cf. Ph. and OAram. ^N3Cn El hath sustained Lzb 386 SAC 121 Cooke "");— Qal Pf. 3 fs. n3t?n ^6 3 9 , etc.; Any/. 3 ms. 'Hton; Pr 29 s3 , 3 mpl. 13$"? Jb 36 17 Pr 5', etc.; Inf. abs. ifin f if; cstr. =l'on I s 33'^; PL ^ipin Am 1", T»in ^ 1 6 5 (, rd. T9- Ges'"", or TOK cf. Vrss Du ; > 01 V9ta, Bi Che 1*0$), etc.; — 1. grasp, lay hold of, c. ace. rei Gn 48 17 (E), Pr 3 1 19 (|| 3 T r&{?) ; ace. pers. (wisdom) Pr 3 IS (|| p'lHP); ace. rei (grasp and) wield Am i 5S ; yfr i6 b (v. supr.) thou dost grasp my lot (i.e. take and cast it for me, cf. mod. Pal. ..yu »U1 _Jlij may Allah uphold my lot, Bergheim PEF ism, 194^. £„ ^ jh jgi; judgment and justice seize (thee ; but v. obscure and doubtful); Pr 5 s her steps lay hold of Sh e '61 (keep the path to it) ; lit., c. 3 rei Is 33'% 3 pers. Pr 28 ,r (or sub 3 ; mng. dub.); lay hold of, attain, honour, wealth (ace.) Pr 1 1 18 - 16 . 2. hold up, support, c. VT3 Exi7 2 (E); fig., 3 pers. IS42 1 ^4i 13 63 s ; ace. pers. Is 4 1 10 (3 instr.), Pr top (opp. ^Sf"). 3. hold, keep, c. ace. rei Pr 4 4 let thy heart keep my words (|| "I0E>) ; hold firmly ty 17 5 (3 loc; opp. ib% ju iph. impf. ^ipn; IriKKn £ana Pr 5" in <A« cords of his sin is he seized (|| "1??).

 : S3' : v 6' : •

io", TICnN fls 30 53 Mi 2 s (v. inf.), subst., used sts. as adv. ace, yesterday, fig. recently, formerly (Aram. ^OriN , bon , s ts. bmm ,&l, &U*, ~±x>ir; Mand. ijNCnyNo" 202 ; Eth.

V tn i&.y As. timdli, itimdli, ina timali (Dl

15S ' W ); der. dub.; ace. to Me Gr - 8jr " 8 Ko" 264 '- from Ar. 5U 11. prolongavit, iv. longam vitam con

on concessit, $1 tempus, ujJU.ll the two times, i.e. night and day, in form an inf. of vi. ^JUj ; hence prop, long time, (past) lime, specialized to yesterday); — yesterday, but usually fig.= recently or formerly: 1. 2 S 15 20 1^3 ^»? yesterday (=only lately) was thy coming, Jb 8' J urOK ^lOPl (of) yesterday (Ges* 141d ) are we, ^90 4 (genit.) ?tons DV3. 2. usu. in com- bin. with DbO# yesterday (and) <Ae <Atrj# tfon Ex 5" Ru 2", so 'DJ1X 'V 1S4 7 ; (c)t? D3 'n D3 2 S3 1 " 1 Chi i 2 (|| 2 S5' 2 with 'onK). b. Dfc>?e> ^EPO as formerly Gn 31" Ex 5 ; J0S4 18 i'S 2 1 6 ('but Bu 'Pip, as c),

K 1 3 s ; '& 'onsa 1 S 14 21 19 7 ; Ex 5 14 V 'n? 

Di'n D3 7IDPI D3 a« yesterday (and) </(e tAtrtl day ( = a« formerly), both yesterday and to-day (=«o wore recently), c. t? "OPIB = (from) aforetime, Ex 2 l 2836 Jos3 4 ,'^ 'no ft K?k» t6 &M.11 Dt 4" 19 46 Jos 20 5 ; so 't? ^ionNO 1S10"; D3 'B>p D3 'rip Ex 4'°. 3. ^onsp (alone) Is 30*' /rewn yesterday = already; 'PJ? /tSHJO Mi 2 s corrupt, read "pi?? DPW (WRS, with Dip; ; ^ >Sg We Now, with VHP*), and v. note. t [Dp/H], QF vb. be complete, finished (Ar. 'A id., Ph. Dn, Syr. xX der. spec, and deriv. ; cf. NH = BH (rare), Aram. tW'OR, Jjo^ooi' perfect) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. DJ? Gn 4 7 I8 +

t. ( + Qr OS Efcp Je 6 M ); 3 pi. 1BPI Dt 2 ,6 + ; 

ton 2 K 7 13 ; 1 pi. Van (Ges* 67 "") Nu 17 58 * 6 4 7 ; TOg Je 44"; (La 3 ' 22 rd. «5 £/ 3 ms. tit* (Ges' 67 ') Gn 47'" Ez 47' 2 ; 3 fs. DPIPI Ez 24" (Ge^* 87 ' 1 ; del. Co), DPIPI Gn 47 18 lKf; i s.DIVS^ic;"; 3 mpl.fcsV Nui4 s +, toPlM Dt 34 9 ; Inf. cslr. DPI Lv 25 M + 10 t.; "DPI Is 18 5 ; sf. 'Bn Je 27"+ 7 t. sf.;— 1. be finished, completed; the writingof words Dt 3 i 2,S0 (v. Dr. ; J), Jb 31 4 "; building of temple 1 K 6", cf. 7 12 ; fulfilled, "1 's command (by obedience) Jos 4'° (E) ; as auxil. + vb. fin. = completely, wholly, entirely, ,n 2 3 ? *°PI Jos 3" (E) were wholly cut off; 1BD 1BTI ^73" entirely consumed; sq. ^ inf. : '13P1 113jr> were finished in regard to, etc., i.e. were entirely passed over Jos 3 17 4 1 " (JE) 2 S 15 24 ; St3D7 Jos5*(E) entirely circumcised, Nu 17 28 . 2. be finished, come to an end, cease: the year, Gn 47" (J), Lv 25* (P), Je I*; the years of '" have no end 1// 102 28 ; days of weeping Dt 34 s (P), cf. La4 M ; also Is 18 5 La. f 2 . 3. be complete, of number, 1 S 16". 4. be con- sumed, exhausted, spent: silver Gn 47 1MS (J); strength Lv26 20 (H); lead Je6 59 (Qr); bread 37 21 ; fruit Ez47 12 ; rust 24". 5. be finished, consumed, destroyed: people Nui4 :,J (J),v 35 17** (P; || mo), 32 ,3 (J), Jos8 24 io^JE), Dt2' 4 ' 5 "' Jos 5 6 (D), 1 K i 4 10 2 K 7" Isi6 4 Jei4 15 24'° 27 s 36" 44* 111 " ^ 9 7 (but read Wty, 104 3 '. 6. be complete, sound, unimpaired, ethically, 1// 1 9 14 (|| HJ53 ; late). 7. twice, very strangely, si vera 1., trans.: 1// 64" 13Dn w>« Aaae completed (rd. prob, «bnq) ; j e 27" hjs Dnk ^pn-ny ( rea d with Gr 'MPI). ' Hipb. /'/. 1 s. 'rfsnn Ez 22"; 3 mpl. "3Tin 2 S 20' 3 ; Impf. DPT 2 K 22 4 ; 2 ms. bran Jb 22 3 (Ges' 67 '); Inf. abs. DJVI Ez 24'°; cstr., id., Dn 8 23 + 9 24 Qr (v. Dr.); sf. %Pin (Ges

  • 67v ) IS33 1 ; — ■"•• finish, complete, perfect, a

matter 2 S 20 18 (but Qal, come to an end, c. fl interrog., We Dr al.); flesh in cooking Ez 24 10 . 2. finish, cease doing a thing, sq. pt. (Ges* 120b ), ITiB' Is 33 1 . 3. complete, sum up, c. ace. money 2 K 22 4 (other conj. Klo Gr Gi); trans- gressions Dn 8 2 '; sin9 24 (Qr; Kt Dnn). 4. destroy uncleanness, c. |D from, Ez 22 16 . 5. causative (of Qal 6) : ace. "I'STI Jb 22 s make sound thy ways. Hitbp. Impf. 2 ms. Dpnijl 2 S 2 2 ;6 , c. DJ> deal in integrity with = lr 18 26 (late, v. Qal 6). Tnri n.[m.] completeness, integrity; — Dh abs. Pr io 29 + ; cstr. Jb 4 6 + 78", cstr. also "DPI Pr i3 6 + 4 t.; sf. , pn f 26' + 1 1 t. sf.; pi. D'pn Ex 28 3,) + 3 t.; sf. TP n . Dt 33 s ;— 1. com- pleteness, fulness: Dpns I s 47 a cc. to their full measure; 1SP1 Dxys Jb2i 23 in his very com- pleteness. 2. innocence, simjilicity : WS7T Dor6 2 S 15"; tonb n^sa r&j 1 k 22 34 =2 Ch

33 , i.e. without definite aim. 3. integrity : 

33? DPI integrity of mind Gn 20 56 (E), 1 K 9 4 i//78 72 ioi 2 ; ^"3"?"DPiPri3 6 Jb4 6 ; DP13 ^n(nrt) Prio 9 , iBPQ 1 9 1 ' 2 o 7 28", , pn3^26 1 "; Dh '3p'n Pr2 7 ; "ib"J bh^25' :i ; 'pna 41 13 ; 'pn? f; tii?o DPl^> Prio 28 . 4. DnsPI in O'BT}) DnW (mng. dub.,v., nniN) Dt 33 8 , Ex 2 8 30 (P) L v 8 8 (P), Ezr 2 s3 = Ne 7 65 ; + 1 S 1 4 41 (for D'DPI) We Dr Bu HPS ; also H03 4 (for D'SnPl) Che JQ ' Ju1 " 39 564 and 4 s (TP, n . for 1SK) Ruben JQ ' A|,rl1 ,S99 ' 44 Che lc -. [iTSri] a.f. integrity (late); — cstr. PipPJ Pr 11 3 ; sf. W Jb 2 7 5 5i 6 ; intSPi 2 9 ; toW v 3 . Tnn adj. complete; — 'n Gn 25 27 + 10 t.; cmn sf. *rm Ct 5 2 6 9 (late, exc. Gn 25");— 1. com- plete, perfect : in beauty Ct 5 2 6 9 ; of physical strength f 73* (rd. Dn toi> Ew De Dr s * mx " 1 Che Bae al.). 2. sound, wholesome: BR B^K, of Jacob as tent-dweller, opp. Esau, hunter, Gn 25" (J; De leutseliger Mann, Di ruhig, still, AVRV /(Zai'ra man; 'n here poss. redactional, = 3). 3. complete, morally innocent, having integrity : D? E*N Jb i 8 2'; 'n alone I 1 8 20 9 20 - 21 " 22 Pr 29'° V' 37 3; 64 s .— D'BH v. [DSH]. CDFl adj. complete, sound;— 'n Gn6 9 +; f. npW Lv3 9 + ; cstr. D'pn Jb 36* 37'"; pi. D0pri'Ez43 2i + ; nb'pn Lv23 15 ; cstr. 'P'pn 1^119' Pr 1 1 20 ; — tl« complete, whole, entire, Jb 36 4 niyn DWl, 37";. ' 2. w/toZe, sound, healthful, of men Pr i l2 (|| D^n); vine Ez 15 3 ; usu. of sacrif. animals, P; Ex i2 5 + 40 t., so Ez 43" + 1 o t. 1 3. complete, entire, of time : day Jos io 13 ; yearLv25 30 ; sabbaths 23 15 . t4. sound, wholesome, unimpaired, innocent, having integrity : of God's way | 18 s ' = 2 S 22 3 '; work Dt 32 4 ; law yfr 1 9 s ; elsewh. of man Gn 6 9 ' (P; both || d^k c^b) m jfojnn); '- oy 'n Dt 1 8 13 f 1 8 2 ', c. b in || 2 S 2 2 24 ; oft.' c. TH way .' Tl Iji-J V, 10 1 2 ; T?" 1 ,!? fl Ez 28'*; inn W? Pr 11 20 V' 119 1 ; Wfi 71 "BR! 2 S 22 s3 || 'n jn;i <?-nfi8 33 ; 'n")-mT;nioi 6 ; T^om., D'cn-^n, Pr 28'* V' 15 2 ; 'fl 2b 119 90 ; =noun (late), man of integrity Pr 1 1 5 Jb 12 4 ; pi. Pr 2 21 28'°^37 ,s . 1 5. as neuter adj. = subst. what is complete, entirely in accord with truth and fact : Tl "O^ Am 5 10 ; Drwu TI31 J1DN3-DN Ju g ,en ; 113V np*ai 'na "- Job34"(E); tntyrty 'n -na ^ 18 26 (cstr.Ges 593 '; || 2 S 22 26 113?), 8 4 12 ; T|BttaJh.— iSi4 41 v. Oh 4. t ttj"ftj n.[m.] soundness; in phr/3 Dhp ps Is i 6 ty 38 49 ; Ohp "I'Sip Ju 20 4S from entire city (Codd. De Rossi BuGFM Dnp, v. np and cf. D(')no TV Dt 2 M 3 6 Jb 24 12 ). ]T3ri, W v. IP'" sub |B». room. nri3nn, ■■am n:rcn v. ruo. t : • t t : * ':* -.* yMrivJM. Dnriv. ddd. t : • ••• v "1DJ") (-/of foil. ; cf. perh. Ar. JUjJ 6« erect, stiff (e.g. of lance), so Buhl 13 , who derives thence "ion palm-tree, and alsoTip'riNH rnpFicoZttwiw of smoke, NH "Titsn rising motion, etc., but these denom. from ipn Levy sawB Buhl' 4 ; cf. Ar. £J date, Eth.+^C: j'd., twCfc date-palm, Aram. K"3pn, JIVit date-palm, NH IDJ? c/a<e(-/>a?m)). !07i runt* t "l^in n.m. palm-tree, post ;— cstr. 1 "nl3 , | 'fl Ju 4 5 palm-tree of Deborah ; ntPpp 'JIS Je 10 s like a post (i.e. a scare-crow; cf. Bar 6 ro ) tn a cucumber field (sim. of idol). f 1. 1DP n.m. palm-tree, date-palm, Phoenix dactylifera; — 'n Jo I 12 ; in sim. of prosperity 1^92 ™, of (graceful) stature Ct 7 s , cf. (fig.) v 9 ; pi. Dnpn i n oasis Exis^J), || Nu 33° (P); ' n n93 L v 23 40 (H) palm-branches, cf. 'D h| Ne 8 15 ; D'lpnn "HN Jericho Dt34 3 (JE), 2Ch'28' 5 Ju i 16 3 13 .— Vid. PostH^-DBPAL,..!... M'Lean F " CI - Bib - I0 - Tr NHB378fl - Theob. Fischer D&ttelpalme, 1381 ii. ~YOr n.pr. 1. f. ta. daughter-in-law of JudaV Gn 3 8" MWM ' i Ch 2 4 Ru 4 12 . T>. daughter of David, sister of Absalom 2 S 13 12 + 1 1 1. 13, 2 Ch 3 <J . tc. daughter of Absalom 2 S 14 27 . t2. loc. Ez 47' 9 4s 28 ; 1 K 9 ,s Kt (>Qr "te/fi q.v.), so read also || 2 Ch 8 4 (for MTib-lFl)'; site not certain, cf. Buhl 0131 .— npn byi v. ^5??. mori n.f. palm(-tree) figure, as orna- ment; — 'n Ez4i ,8 +(van d. H/BFI, so through- out); pi. nibn iK6 M + (Gi 'on), nnbn Ez 4 o 16 + ; sf. V-Jb" 1 )? v 22 Qr(Kt YVyr);—palm- figure in Sol.'s temple 1 K 6 29 - 32 - 32 - 15 f« 2 Ch 3 5 ; in Ezekiel's temple Ez 4o 16 - 2226 -f 10 t. 40, 41. I [m^D^ri] n.f. (palm-like) column (spread- ing at top; cf. Oi 5,84b );— pi. cstr. vy nilD'H Jo 3 2 Ct 3 6 (cf. JOT n^sy in prose Ju 20 40 ). ' fn. [-WTtoJjl] n.m. pi. annpn Je 31 21 , doubtful word ; sense, and || Q'?^, require mng. sign-posts ( = 'OKn , cf. Ar. Jj.*t) sign-post, Vj^ , v. ,LIl sign, i^2 stones (heaped up) as way- mark ; Eth. hoo£,; sltew, point out, give sign or signati; — Gie rejects strange form, reading Q'lbn palm-trees, as posts. — 1. 'n v. T1D. pi-irpn, pn-, v. pno. i. Tnon v. -no. r v. pn. I. [mj/H] vb. hire (si vera 1., akin to fro) ;— Qal Impf. 3 mpl. D^ia3 «n^ Ho 8'° hire (allies) among the nations ; Hiph. Pf 3 pi. yrin v 9 Iiave hired lovers. — We in both WO? give: v 9 give amorous favours, v 10 give (these), cp. Now Marti Harper. — njn ^, 8" v. ;n3 Qal 2 b. tn3n^ n.f. hire of a harlot; — 'n abs., t : v Ho 2 I4 (in fig. of Israel as adulteress); — on I?nX (which We Now Marti read here also) v. II. Jan. nyn

vvn of idols Dt32 16 ; (nayin) 2K 23" Is 44" (cf. Dt27 15 ); idolatrous objects 2 Ch 3 4"; || B"jni3B> Je 16 18 (R JK ) Ez 5" ii 18 ", ('n 'DJ>Y) 7 »; || d'Wj 14 6 , cf.6 9 ; 'n 'b&i 16 36 . 2. ethical sense: a. c. gen. obj. of man, 'nsb 'n Pr 8 7 , D'al>D 'n ", Dpnv 'n 29^*, D'b'Da 'n 13 19 , vf] 'n 29 s75 , Disb 'n 24'. b. to God and his people : "n of sacrifice of wicked Pr 21 27 (cf. 15 s ), his prayers 28' cf. Is 1" (j> "Jl), prob. also Je 6 15 =8 12 (of various kinds of wickedness); unchastity Lv

22 ; c. tvbv 2o 13 (H) Ez 22" 33 26 ; cf. mayin Lv 

l8M .C7.29 (<£ v 30. H ) f alg0 p r 26 !5. /, /„ J),. 25 16 Pr3 3 =+iot.Pr., cf. 6 16 . t [lyn] vb. denom. Niph. Pi. : Niph. Pf. 3 ms. T 3yn? 1 Ch 2 1 6 ; Pt. 3$$ Is 14" Jb 15"; — be abhorred: 1. ritual sense: 3^3 1X3 Is 1 4 19 an abhorred (rejected) branch ( < }*3 vul- ture, the unclean scavenger bird) ; fy$?!fl 3yn3 Jb 15'" abhorred and corrupt, fr. disease (n?K3 elsewhere t V' 1 4 3 = 5 3 4 1| a'ynri). 2. ethically: David's census, ace. to 1 Ch 21 6 . Pi. Pf. 3 pi. sf. 'JCfJ Jb 9 3l + 2 t.; imp/ 3yrP f io6 J0 5 7 (read 2 ms. 3ynn); 3 f s . 3J)riPl ^ 107"; 2 ms. 3yrin Dt2 3 8 - 8 , etc.; Inf. ais.'ayn Dt7 26 ; Pi. 3Jjnp Is 49' (but v. infra), + Am 6 s (so read for 3Wno Gei DrKhr,fl349 We Now Marti Harper); pi. D'ayriD Mi 3';- — 1. regard as an abomination, abhor : a. ritual sense : (1) of God; c. ace. of Israel, because of idols ^ 106 4 ". (2) of man : c. ace, of abomination Dt 7 26M , cf. 23 s ' 8 ; Job Jbi 9 19 30 10 . b. ethically: (1) of God; || X*, c. ace: nm D'DT era ^ 5 7 (Am 6 8 v. II. axn). (2) of man ; c. ace. VBVfo Mi 3 9 , Vty la'l Am 5 10 (|| K3B>), "^ f 1 19" 3 (II WB'). C. physically : c. ace. i'SN"?^ ^io7 18 . 2. cause to be an abomination : c. ace., ritual sense Ez 16 20 ; Job, from filthy garments Jb 9 31 ; ^3 3ynt? Is 49' (|| B»B3 ni3) (read prob. Pu. 3yh», as Oort SS BuDu). Hiph. Pf. 2 fs. naynn Ez 1 6 52 ; 3 mpl. wyrin ^, i 4 >= 53 ' ; /wy,/' ayn>i i k 21 26 ;— make abominable, do abominably : 1. ritual sense: c. ace. rei, Ez 16 52 ; ? c. inf. i K 21 26 . 2. ethically: c. ace. rW>y V' i4 1 = 53 2 &)>)■ t n J/J^1 vb. err (|| form of <1W2 , q. v. ; Aram, (sts.) N?n , T "yn id. y N H = BH (rare)) ; — Qal Pf. 3ms. 'n Is2i<; 1 s.Wyn f ii9" 01 '«, etc.; / Jn ;>/. 3 fs. ynn Gn 21" Pr 7 2S ; 3 mpl. W£ Is 35 5 + ; Inf. car. niyn Ez 4 4 ,0 +; P<. nyri Gn 37 15 + , etc.;— 1. physically, wander about, abs. Ex2 3 '(E) Is 3 5 8 53 6 Jb 38" * n9 a i c.3 loc. Gn 21 14 37" (JE), Pr 7 23 f 107 4 ; c. b loc. Is 47 15 ; ace. loc. 16 8 . 2. of intoxication, c. 3 of wine Is 28'; [D of wine v 7 ; fig. of perplexity, subj. 33i> 2 1 4 . 3. ethically, abs. Ez 44 10 48" " " ^58 4 , prob. Pri4 K (cf. KDin v 21 , but Bu Toy go astray to ruin); nil s yFI Is 29 s1 , 33? *yh V' 95 10 ; c jo 1 19" Pr 21 10 , "inw? Ez 14", ^yo Ez 44 10 ' 13 . Niph. 1. be made to wander about, as a drunkard : Inf. cslr. niyrin Is 19". 2. ethically: Pf. 3 ms. nyflj be led astray Jb 15 31 (c. si^). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. nynn Ho 4" (We Dynn) ; impf yrm 2 Ch 33 9 ; sf. DJm»i Jb 1 2 21 + ; Pt. nynp Is30 23 +; — 1. physically: cause to wander about : abs. Is 30 28 (of bridle, in fig.), Prio 17 ; Je 50 6 (ace. of people as sheep); ace. pers. Pr 12 26 ; c. JD loc. Gn 20 13 (E), 3 loc. Jb I2 24 = V'I07* . of intoxication, Is i9' : Jb 12 25 . 3. mentally and morally: cause to err, mislead : abs. IS3 12 9'* H04 12 ; c. ace. pers. Am2 4 Mi 3 s 2K2i 9 =2Ch 33 9 , Je2 3 1332 ; c.3 obj. Je 42 20 (so Gf ; Ke al. (so Pr 10 17 ) intr. err at cost of; ® EwDu Co Cr/y-in) ; c . jo of' IS63 17 . TnyiF n.f. wandering, error; — 1. error in morals and religion, c. "Q^I, Is 32". 2. confusion, disturbance, c. ^V, Ne 4*. wn v. "vr. rrnsfPi v. [my] p. 730. "hyjl n.pr.m. king of Hamath, 2 S 8 91<u0 = ly'n (whicli We Dr al. prefer) 1 Ch 18 910 . , 11. nbvn v. nb]i p. 752. D^^Fj v. I. bby. nnSyn v . i. [thy a«gn v. [>«]. JT'^iVf) v. in. [rop] p. 777. tTf^ri n.pr.loc. in Great Plain, ['n Baer Gi; van d. H. TtfSfi, exc. Jos 21 23 1 Ch 7 29 ] ; usu. named with Megiddo : old Can. city, Ju 5 19 Jos 1 2 2I (= Egypt. Ta-'-n-k-d, Ta-a-na-k,Vfmi A..u.Eur.i7o,i9i). ass ; gne d to Manasseh 17" 2 1 25 Ju I 27 1 Ch 7 W (yet within territory of Issachar Jos 17 11 i9 lsff ); named also 1 K4' 2 ; ® eavaax, Qaavax, Tora^, etc.; :=mod. Taannuk, c. 4^ m. SSE. from Lejjun (Megiddo), Bob BB '"• " 7 Guerin f«m. 11. 226«r. p u hi G28 " Wilson H,ist -i )I1T * A, ' ACB ty^JTiH] vb. Pilp. Hithp. mock (cf. Ar. xJLJ stammer, also shake violently; onomatop.); — Pilp. Pt. ypyOD Gn 2 7 l2 = subst. a mocker. Hithp. Pt. pf. b'ynyriD 2 Ch 36 16 , c. 3 pers., mocking at his prophets (^-D'aypp, D'Tta). t ENfFtyF) n. [m.] pi. abstr. mockery ; — T) nbjjO, epith. of idols, Je io ,5 5 i ,s (both+^n). [rrasyn] v. i. [Dxy]. nsyn v. n. spy. lyn v. [my], [nrnyn] v. n. yy p. 787. D^WJ-l v. [yyn]. f)F v. .ftsn]. mNDn v.i. r-iNDi 1, n, m. msn v. [no:]. t t : • L J ~ [nrcn] v. 1. [pa]. t[DTpn] n.[m.]pl. doubtful word; AV RV baken pieces (Thes from •/rtSK bake) ; — only cstr. D'HS nrrjD '•ran Lv6 14 ; text prob. crpt.; rd. n|TIBri (vnna), </*oti sAafe 6rea& t'< into a

ton meal-offering of pieces, Me ZWThvi.Wf. (®),Di I. 7DD (/of foil.; NH ban, X ^"K, in Midr. expl. of Dt i 1 ; on 2 S 22 s7 i>Bnn v . ^na ; NH hsFi unsalted, of fisb, r6ari=BH; Ar. jjg is «pi<, JjU spittle). +1. 70n adj . tasteless, unseasoned ; — abs. 'n, as subst. Jb6 6 ; fig. of unsatisfying pro- phecies La 2 " ( + NW). TnbDi 7 ! n.f. (moral) unsavouriness, un- seemliness ; — abs. 'n ; unseemliness, of men Je2 3 ,:1 Jb24 12 ; 'N. 1 ? 'T jnj t& 1=' he did not ascribe unseemliness to God; so read also 4" (for JIT nbnPl) HupMeBu. II. 72n (A>f following; akin to ^DC5). til. /pn n. [m.] whitewash; — applied to wall, in Ezekiel's vision Ez i3 101114 - ,s ; fig. of false prophet 2 2 18 . T 7&n n.pr.loc. in, or near, the 'Arabah; — Dt i'; =mod. Tafileh, 15 m. SE. of Dead Sea Rob BB "- ,s7 v. Burckhardt Tr * v <" 402 '-, but T=T) improb. v. DiDr; ® To^oX (cf. Lag BNM ). nfepn v. [Sfo], [ns^pn] v . [fit]. nppri v. 1. nDa. ^DJl (</of following; cf. % KBTI Ex 15™ timbrel, Ar. ,_]!.> drum). < fPi n.m. timbrel, tambourine ; — abs. 'n On 3 i w + ; pl. Q, ? ,! ! Ju 1 1 34 + ; sf. Tf 1 ?. Ez 28", ^STI Je 3 i 4 ;— timbrel, held and struck with hand, esp. by dancing women, oft. with other musical instr.: — sign of merriment, gladness Gn 3i w (E) Jb 21", revelry Is 5'=; T) kite>D 24 s , cf. Je 3 1 4 Ez 2 8" ; exultation, triumph Ex 1 5 20 M (E) Ju 1 1 34 1 S 18 6 Is 30™; used by prophets in ecstasy 1 S io 5 ; in praise of ^ 2 S 6 5 1| 1 Ch 1 3 s , f 81 s 149 3 I50 4 .—Vid. Prince EBM0S,C '» 3 . T [npn] vb. denom. sound the timbrel, beat;— Qal Pt. rriaah niD^y + 68 26 ; rd. Impf.

  • in«i 1 S 21" © (v. mn). Foil Pt. wp 7pj

iniWy. naahtp Na2 8 ; >Sta (after ®)niB?axt> twittering. t ["lSJH] vb. sew together (NH id.; Aram. "IBfi); — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. "BrW Gn 3 ; (J) they sewed together fig-leaves (ace); Pf. 1 s. "THari Jb 16 15 , c. acc.+ vJ!, sackcloth I have sewed upon my skin ; Inf. cstr. "flSTlp ny Ec 3 s a time to sew together (opp. JHiJ). Pi. Pt. as subst. f.pl. rt*iariD-Ezi3 ls tlwse who keep sewing, c. ace. + ?y. titfD.H vb. lay hold of, wield (=NH >DR, DBH , T Aram. B'Bn, Dan) ;_ Qal P/. 3 ms. 'n 2 K I4 13 +, sf. consec. Bf^TH Dt 22 s ', etc.; 7mp/ 3 ms. &■$ Is 3 6 , 1 pl. Ofc/BTl? 2 K 7 12 , etc.; /mi/, mpl. **B rKi8 40 , etc.; '/«/. a&s. b-Bri Je 34 3 ; cstr.fetoj EZ14 5 , VKl!? 21 16 30 21 , sf. nfe/DTl{) Dt20 19 , etc.; Pt. beh Gn 4 2l -|-, cstr. •'E'en J e 49 16 (Ges 1901 ), etc.; — 1. lay hold of, seize (with the hand), ace. pers., Gn 39 12 (J ; + Vl?33), also (3 pers.) Is 3 6 Dt 21" Je 37" Ez 29 7 (in fig.; +3 instr.); c. 3rei iKii 30 Dt9 ,; ; arrest, catch, ace. pers. 1 S 23 26 1 K 13 4 18 4040 Je26 s 37 13 , 2Ki 4 13 = 2 Ch25 23 , 2 K25 6 =Je 52 s , yfr 7 1 11 ; in phrase catch, capture alive ('0), ace. pers. Jos 8 s (JE), 1 S 15 8 1 K 2o' 818 2 K 7 ,J io 1414 ; seize city (ace.) Jos 8 8 (JE), 2 K 14 7 16 9 i8 ,3 =Is36', Dt 20 9 Je4o'°; fig. Ez 14 5 seize Isr. (ace.) by (3) their heart (terrorize them) ; Pr 30 9 seize (do violence to) the name (ace.) of my God; 3HT fc*ttg Hb 2 " grasped (sheathed) in gold; ny'33 DilD Tl Je 49 16 holding (occupy- ing) the height of the hill. 2. grasp in order to wield, wield, use skilfully : grasp sword *!?? Ez 2 1 16 (ace. om.), cf. 30 2 ' (3 of sword), and esp.pt.: P$gn bah Am 2 ld , lis? bah Gn4 2I (J), hva Tl J e so 16 , f?D ^Bh 46°" (del.'n v 9b © Gie CoDu), VWa Tl EZ27 29 , ni3l T PI'n 3 8 4 ; even rOinn Tl Je 2 8 they that handle (deal with, are expert in) the law, nonpari Tl Nu 31 2 ' (P) those skilled in war. — Je 34 s v. infr. Niph. Pf. 3 ms. bsnj Ez i 9 4 , 2 fs. n'B>BT13 Je 50 24 , etc.; Impf. 3 fs. barirn 51 4 ', 2 ms. VUpf Je 3 ^ 3 8 a , etc.; non

Inf. cstr. 'B'Snnp Ez2i JS ; — be seized, arrested, caught (sts. || I???), subj. pers., Je38" (3 instr.),

s4 (fig. of Bab.), also (c. 3 instr.) Ez 12 13 17 20 

i9 <s (botli fig. of Israel), 21 29 , and (without 3) v 2s Nu g i3. +In y ahs Q al fe^p, y E p, Je 34 3. be seized, of fortress, city Je 48" 51 41 (both II 1&), 50 J6 , cf. 51 s2 ; fig. + io 2 may they be caught in (3) the devices which they have planned. Pi. Imp/. 2 ms. k'UCfl p r 30 28 a lizard thou mayest grasp with the hands (3); — or rd. "COnn Niph. Impf. 3 fs., v. De Toy. . riDhl v. t|in. fn. DDD n.pr.loc. in valley of B^WTf, S. of Jerusalem (etym. doubtful, v. GFM Knc,B " ,MoL,c "; RS s«m.i.»7.!ndrt. J 7!,!OT alithink Aram .,=fire-place, cf. net?);— c. art. 'Pin 2 K 23 I0 + 5 t., art. om. Je7 32 i9 1112 ; — place of sacrificing children Je 7 31 , cf. v 32a 19 6 (cf. v 5 ), 2 K 23'°; to become burial- place Je7 32b 19"; in sim. of desecrated city v 1213 ('Pin Dipt?); scene of a prophecy of Jerem., v 14 ;— Ta(fWs, Ta^d (cf. Lag BN 7S ), ©L 2Kn 10 Qa^O.— Vid. GFM ,C - Salmond 1,Mt - DBT< """ T . TnriD/n n.pr.loc. (si vera 1.) id.; — as a place of burning, in fig. of "'a judgment on Assyria Is 3o 33 (Klo Che Buhl Marti al. JlBPl, joining n to following as interrogative). nnpri Qr, nnpin xt, v. m. rnpn p . 876. 1, 11, in. rnp.n v. 1. [mp]. n^pfi v. mp. [ooipn], ?pc- v. P . 879. [np^ipnl v. tftp. t[|pJ T l] vb. become straight (NH ffifl arrange, put right; Ecclus47 9 fP' n * e< inorder; As. takdnu, be well ordered, esp. Pi. as NH ; Aram. ~ol be established, firm, Pa. ^jSL", T?Bfix, arrange, prepare, etc. ; Palm. Pa. erect) ; — Qal Inf. cstr. prb Ec i 13 (opp. n$D bent). Pi. Inf. cstr. |ii>np 7" make straight (opp. nj?); Pf. 3 ms. fir.'? 12 9 put straight, arrange in order (proverbs). ^pJ^I vb. thrust, clap, give a blow, blast (NH id.; J Aram. ypPl strike, blow horn; Eth. m$0: blow trumpet); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'n Gn 3 i !5 + , 1 s."nypni J U 7 IS , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. ypn>l 3 " +) s f. wypn»l Ex io 19 , etc.; Imv. mpl. WP5 Ho 5 9 + ; Inf. abs. yip? Jos6 913 ; cstr. yiprii> Ju 7 20 , 'n? Is 18 3 ; it act. yph Pr I7 1S +, etc.; 2>ass. f. nypri Is 22 25 ; — 1. thrust, drive, weapon (ace.) into (3) a person Ju 3 2 ' 4 s1 2 S 18 14 , peg npn into (3) sthg. Is2 2 2325 (cf. Ju4 21 ); hence pitch a tent (ace), i.e. drive its pegs : Gn 31 26 * Je 6 3 ( + '$? against, in fig.), ace. om. Gn 3 i 25b ; thrust, drive, beat (strands of hair together) 10J3 J u i6 14 , ins. also v 13 (so ®; cf. GFM Com,n * ndPA08 oct.iss.i76 it.}. t f lru8tt drive l ocus t s seaward (n loc), Exio ,9 (J);-cf. 3 'n 1 S 31'° of fastening bodies to wall, and similarly 1 Ch io 10 (but rd. in both lypin, -/yp 1 Lag We Dr and mod.). 2. give a blast, blow (Germ. ' stossen '), c. 3 of instr. (usu. horn or clarion) Jos 6 4 - 8 - 913 - 1316 - 20 (JE), Ju

2 '6 34 7 
_ IS. 19.19.10 

+ 14 1., + Nu io 3 - 4 - 910 (P; v. TJfffJ), also Ez 7 14 (v. yipn infr.); 'n alone Ju 7 20 Nu io 7 (P ; opp. y ,- in sound an alarm), c. ace. nyVVI v i.6.6 ^p . v rnx'xn); c. ace. of instrument JU7 22 H05 8 Isi8 3 Je4 5 6' 5 1 2 ' Jo2 ,15 V'8i 4 , + iypn Jos 6 9 (Kt ; Qr ^pn). 3. strike, clap hands ; in triumph, T<?? H? '" Na 3 19 , S]3 t) f 47 2 ; also (late) of gesture ratifying a bargain, specif, pledging oneself to become surety, only Pr. (all II a lV): TP "$ % 1? 'n jf» 22 s6 ; abs. 11 15 . tMiph. Impf. 3 ms. 1. "IfV J)0* Am 3 6 if a horn be blown, cf/BO W Is 27 13 it shall be blown (a blast shall be given) on a horn. 2. KirHD

Vffi*. *TJp Jb 1 7 3 who is there that will strike

himself (i.e. pledge himself) into my hand? typn n.[m.] blast of horn ;— cstr.isitr TO V' 150 3 with horn-blast. TJ?ipn n.[m.] a blast- (wind-) instrument (si vera 1.); — abs. 'P13 ypPl Ez 7 14 (but del. 3, and treat J?ipPl as inf. abs., so Co and mod.). tyipfl n.pr.loc. in S. Judah (connex. with above ■y/dub.) ; — Am 1 ' Je 6 1 2 Ch 1 1 6 , as ' son ' of Ashhur 1 Ch 2 24 4 5 ; ny/ipn 2 S 14 2 ; 'PI -unp 2 Ch 20 20 ; © e«6K (also -ove) ; mod. 1'ekd'a, c. 5 m. S. of Bethlehem; v. Rob BBI -** r -Buhl 01!,t Tavlor" 1 " DBTE![ °* QASm Tw ' !,,erro,>,, 74f ' Dr Aln1 ' 1 tiyipn.^'pri adj.gent. of foregoing: 'Pin

S 2 3 26 =i Ch ii 28 27 9 ; f. rrypnn neten 2 S 

14 49 ; pi. as subst. tryippin Ne3" 7 . t[*lpi^] vb. prevail over, overpower (late; NH id.; Aramaism; Aram. TpPJ, -ajsl. be strong; Nab. t]pn authority; cf. ^ T o z ' ,G, "" 1 (iM>,m. gab. «ipn overpower SabDenkm*"* 113 ; Ar. i—sjij attain to, overtake, overpower); — Qal /tnp// 3 ms. sf. ispjT Ec 4 12 (Ges* wd ) if one overpower him, so 3 fs. sf. IBprjn Jb 1 4 20 ; 3 fs. sf. id. 15 24 .

z 2 t F|j5.n n. m. power, strength, energy 

(Aram. Iti 1 ?, IP", laisol) ;— 'n abs. Esto 29 ; cstr. Dn 1 1 17 the strength of his whole kingdom; sf. iSpn Est io 2 the deeds of his power ( + iJ"P'3?, etc.). t Fpjpri adj. mighty (Aram. TirC , A*Sl) ; — c. ft? comp. Ec 6 10 . fn.in, Tin n.f. lTW (m. 1 *"- S0 ) turtle-dove (onomatop.); — abs. in Gn I5 9 (J; +7$*), Je 8 7 (as migratory); as saorif. offering (RS 8em,la>2: toded.iu.SMj [ usu . nji' ('33) }3] Lv I " 5 711 1 2 6 ' 8 i 4 **> i 5 »» Nu 6'° (all P; 'cf. also Gn 15 9 ); ninn bp Ct 2 12 ; sf. Tjn + 74" (fig. of '"'a peo- ple)._Vid. Tristr NHB20,ff - Shipley-Cook Enc ' Blb - DOVC P qf Hast - DB TDBTLE-DOVE , ^jq „ ■» -^fl Tn7Niriii.pr.loc. in Benjamin Josi8 2; ; Bapirjka, @L &€paa. rrta"un, n"»srun v. i. [nan]. 7inn v. 5>yj Tiph. i"[aiHn] vb.qnadril. interpret, translate (As. targumdnu, interpreter (so also TelAm.), perh. from /Djn, cf. 1^., conjecture, opine Vie toBAr.b.Hdd.w v also j^hwb-k. VoUera ***"•»; NH = BH ; Aram. BaT0, p^lT, Ar. lijj) ;— i><. ya««. D3"]^? Ez 4 7 - — O n Targum v. Walker BulDBi.T. ntnnn v. [dti]. t nj?n"|n n.pr.m. king of Egypt, of Ethiop. dynasty: 2Kio 9 =Is37 9 ; Qapaita; ©Leaptfrnt; = Egypt. T-h-r-k, ks.Tarku, Steindorff BA8L84Br - COT 2Ki,.9 Wiedemann A,.o«ch.«off. Brugsch E !Ip . under Fhtraohi (new ed. 1891), 410 ff. WMM Encr. Bib. Tibuahah Griffith Hm,db1b -. norifl, n^niin v. an . njwnn v. [vn]. noiin v. ep-1. • nj^n n.f. a tree, KV cypress, THY holm-tree, but very dub. : Tr *" B3:e Post""'- DB c " ,ltM ; 93 ilex, and so M 'Lean K " crBlbc " ,,M ;— abs. 'n Is 44" (+1**, II otjs<). trnn n.pr. 1. m. father of Abraham: (a kind of ibex RS K(1 " ed > 220 (cf. As. tur&hu, Ar. $ No z "° """<■»">•»', Syr.U^fcapro cawca- «'ea), but against this No z * G,l(18 "'-" i7 ; n.pr.div. Jen ZA "•'»);— 'n Gn xi »***mmmm j 08 24 2 ; rnn Gnu" 1 Ch i M ; Bappa, @L Oopa.— Vid.

crtihn 

Selbie ""'• DB r *™. 2 . loc. station on Exodus journey Nu s^^; TapaB. namn v. jm. nrnn, menn, n'-n-in v. n. [ran]. I ]"in n.m. mast (NH id.; V unknown; Hoffm' rhIn " r - 27t conj. pm, from px, v. )"&);— abs.'n, of Tyre as ship Ez 27 s ; inn |«T7J| 'n Is 30 17 (|| D3), i.e. a (solitary) standard-pole, flag-staff; sf. PJT? 33 23 (|| DJ, D^3_n). n^jnn v. |Vi]. TQ' , ny")n n.pr.m. pi. a Kenite family, I Ch 2 s5 ; Bapyadup. tO^HPI n.m. Zc,0 ' 2 pl. (=pl. majest. No zmoxhkus.).!?.) a ki nd of j doli ob j. of reverence, and means of divination (/and etymol.-mng. dub., cf. GFM H *"- I)BT """"" Say ZAII1M (citing Neubauer, and As. tarp4, spectre), al. vNSn, cf. D'KSn); — alw. 'n : — portable and sts. small Gn 3 i*»» (called tt$% v » a ll E), but in size and shape like a man 1 S io 13,16 ; in household shrine (v. also 1. c.) Ju 1 7 s (+*lto&, cf. GFM Ju ), 1 8"- 17 (both + liSS, bos, rDDO), c f. v 20 (om. n3DD), H03 4 (+'N, H339, n31); condemned 1 S 15 23 2 K 23 s4 ( + DV??); used in divining (by king of Bab.),'fl3 b& Ez 2 1»(+ 07"? ^P , 1333 nxn); as giving empty oracles Zc io 5 (|| D'DDipn)._Vid. GFM ,C - Now**" Sta Blb.Theol. d.A.T.i.T. nmn v. nxn. t : ■ Tttjnn n.pr.m. eunuch atcourtof Ahasuerus (Scheft 53 cp. Olran. tarsa, ' Begierde,' used as n.pr. in NPers.); — Est 2 21 6 2 ; &ap(p)as. ■J" 1. C^ttTin n.m. a precious stone, perhaps yellow jasper, or other gold-coloured stone (® Ex 2 8 M 3 o ,5 x/W croX«<9or, so Jos Ant - "'• '• 5 [1681 , v. Petrie Hast. DB Stones. Precious ~hJT V rpa Ency - B,b - I D n7T) r DrilO,6 . 'n P5?3 Ez i 6 ; Tl J3N J-JJ3 ic 9 ; in list of gems 28" Ex28 2 °39 13 ; in sim. of resplendent body Dnio 6 ,cf. Ct5' fn. QJ^in n.pr. 1. loc. a distant port, site not certainly known (Wkl *""■ ro " ch - y ui ) ; most Tartessus in Spain Thes (after older authorities) Ges ,,L719 Mey G "* ch - d - A "- l -« 2sl ; other views are : Tyrseni (Etruscans) in Italy, WMM H„t.DBTA» a ., S H ) Phoenicia Henoni^^ ""■"*■, Sar- dinia Hal BE,,l "• 14 ; v. also Ency. Bib. T " s " ,aa ;— Nntmn Tarshish, ® usu. e a/ ><r(*)is (Is 2 3 1 " Kapxn^v— Carthage);— esp. in phr/n ni'JX Tarshish-ships (large, sea-going vessels, fit to ply to Turshish) Is 2 16 (© ttXoIoi/ daXrio-o-r/f), 23 114 60 9 Ez 2>f I K

49 , II 2 Ch 20 36 ' 37 (where the ships go to 'n); 

'n >itt 1 K io MM || 2 Ch 9 21 (ni'?«), +v !1 (ships go to 'n) ; 'n alone Is 2 3° Jon i 3 - 3 4 ! (all c. n loc), Gn io 4 || 1 Ch i 7 (erron. n loc), Is 66" f 72 10 Jon i 3 ; 'rrna Is 23 10 ; trading-port Ez 27'= 38", whence comes silver Je io 9 . 2. m. a. in Benjamin 1 Ch 7 10 . b. Persian noble Est I 14 ; expl. by Scheft 53 as Olran. trsus, 'der Gierige.' " NfittTlFI n.m. Tirshatha, title of Persian T t : • governor in Judaea, ace. to Mey nutthune &].= His Excellency (read Tarshathd) otherwise La« s,B " n - '• " "'■ Arm ' 8 "" 1 H28 °' 1680 '.— As Mey'% Scheft 93 ,B {tarka, the feared, revered) Moss H "'- DB T,MB4T " Che En w .B»>.ID.._/ n n Ezr 2 63 _ Ne 7 6S ( Nfi jM (BaerGi; v 70 vand.H.); of NehemiahNe8 9 io'. TUTtfJ a.m. title of As. general = field- marshal (loan-word from As. tartdnu, turtdnu D }WB716 Tie ] e G« K h.«95f. pj nc J ies B«t.DBTA«IA 1( J olll)S k„c. Bib. id.) ._ Is 20 i 2 K 1 8 17 ( + DnD"31 , nj5B>-aT ; only this last in || Is 36 s ). t pr~r n.pr.div.of D'lyn, 2 K 17 31 ; eapdai; not identified, cf. Pinches"* 8 ' 1 "'™" 11 ". nown v. 1. dib'. [n«©n] v. n. kib*. nUtfl v. aenn su b at?' '"SStF v. rue*. ya^ri v. [jot?], [rnwfi] v. a* rrxnn Jb 3 o 2: v. [™ot] 8U b n. nib*. nyittjn, nvtrin v. y^. t : t : rt^wr v. in. pit?. mien v. 1. •ne'. n^cjn v. n»tovi sub rto T T * *

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. * J'tyn, nVti^H a.m. et. f. a nine, nonad (NH = BH ; As. tiiit (fern.), nine, tesvL, ninth; Sab. nj>Dn nine, *$OT ninety Hom chr4S ; Lihy. yDn DHM E ' ,D,!, " lm - ArM , Ar. iJli, Eth. frlHh Aram. »OT, -%iX, Nab. Palm, yOT Lzb 388 , Mand. (k for y ; sts. y pref.) KOT, Knt?y No" ,ffl , all nine) ; — m. c. n.f . abs. yOT Dt 3" + 20 1., cstr. yOT Ju4 3 +i8 t.; f. c. n.m. abs. niton 2 S i4 9 '+ 13 t., cstr. nyOT Jos I3 7 + 2 t. (these include 9+10=19); — nine (Hex chiefly P); 1, no other num.: a. before n.pl. HitSK yOT Dt 3", V)f 'n 2 K 17' Gnu' 9 , nilVi 'D Ne 1 1 Dto-jn nyB>n 2 S24 8 , B'oaipn nyOT j os i3 7 (JE1), cf. 14= Nu 34 13 (both P); after n.pl. JOT D^V Josi5 44! " 2 1 16 (all P), nyOT d-Ib Nu 2 9 2,! (P); n. om. 1 Ch 3 g . b. =ordin. EHr^ njtona 2 K 25 3 + 3 t. on the ninth (day) 0/ iA« month; b yB/n-nSB' 1 8 10 the ninth year of. 2.9 + 10 = 19, c. n.f. njB* n-top?OT Gnn 25 ,Tton D'ly nify Jos i9 3S '(both'P), as ordinal TOT n3B> j> njB> n<-toy 2 K 25 s || Je52 12 ; c n.m.'njton B*K "toy. 2 S 2 30 , cf. (as ordin., bjt om.) i Ch 24 16 25 2G . ' 3. 9 oo=niKD yOT Ju 4 3 + 14 t. 4. c. tens (20, 30, etc.) : 'n foil. 2 K i4 2 + 10 t., precedes Gn 1 1 24 + 6 t., cf. Kb"- 1 - 215 * iyi©n, ^n m. n^V" 1 ^ *■ adj. num. ord. „ ninth ;— "JPOTfl Di>3 Nu? 60 ,' 1 ^ of series of men 1 Ch 12" 27 12 ,' of lot 24" 25 lc ; 'nn BHhn Je 36 9 - 32 Zc7> 1 Ch 27 1 * Ezr io 9 ,'n om. Hg 2 1019 ; n'y'OTn nj^n Lv25 M + 3 t.,'nn n:&2 (Ges' 134p ) 2Ki7 6 25'. □^TOTI n. indecl. ninety (archaic pi., DHM ZMG """< 1883 > 1 "- Prat BAS L376 ,but cf.Ges' 97 ');— before n. sg.: r:f Gn 5 9 i7 17 + , nm EZ41 12 , DV Ez 4 s 9 ; less oft. after n.pl. D^K Ezr 8*, cf. Dn 1 2" ; in combination, 'n precedes units 1 S 4 15 + 7 t. ; foil. Gn 5 ,7M ; 'n foil. 1 00 Ez 4" + 4 t.