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

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U, T^i ninth letter ; = numeral 9 in postB Heb.;l"B= 15(9 + 6), T"D= 16(9 + ?),to avoid n*» and l" v. Ges *•*■ *■ E s Nes ZAW »"• "•. t [tfptf L3] vb. PUpel, only Pf 1 s. sf. tg^n KQttODa WKpKg] Is 14 23 and I will sweep it with tlie besom of destruction, of '»'b laying Babylon waste. (Form of -v/dub.; l"j? Ol 5253 ; y"y Sta !464 ; undecided K8"** ,q. v.), cf.Ew» iab .) TN2N2D n.[m.] broom, besom, only Is 1 4 s3 , v. foregoing. T7N223 n.pr.m. (Aram. ; = God is good, v. 3iO ; ace. to "Wkl (v. infr.) God is wise, cf. Aram. >aJ , Eth. mflfl: be wise; At. Z^> act as physi- cian, i^J» expert) — Persian officer in Samaria Ezr 4 7 , © To/3«ijX. T/N31S n.pr.m. (appar. pointed to mean good-for-nothing (;>K as neg.) v. De Di Du Sta OMchi.500 j t,}ot3; 01* 81d Kb"' 537 al. think ?X- simply pausal form) — Aramean, whose son Pekah and Resin proposed to make king of Jerus. in place of Ahaz ; only ?J?2^~f? I s V 6 ( Wk puu«. urn.™,*. iaa 7. iJentif.with Resin, com- paring |b"l3D father of Benhadad). t[nJU] vb. slaughter, butcher, slay (NH id. (rare) and deriv.; Ph. n3D pt.; As. tabdhu Asrb A " Ml,, "' i6 ; Aram. *Jl£, naB (rare) and deriv. ; Ar. ll> cook meat, also bake bread ; Eth. m-flrf): slay) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. in3B1 consec. Ex 21 37 ; 3 fs. nri3B p r g 2 ; 2 ms. nn?B La «"{ 1 s. Wnac 1 S 25" J' Imv. 03B1 Gn 43 16 ; Inf. cstr. IpO Ez2i 15 ; niStpb V37"+3 *• (so Baer; van d.'H rfab, exc. #30? Jesi 40 ); Pi. pass. nttC Dt28 31 ; — 1. slaughter, butcher animals for food Ex 2 1 37 (E), Pr 9 s (fig. of Wis- dom's furnishing her table); so c. ace. cogn. rna 'b Gn 43 16 (J), nrao 'b i s 25 11 ; cf. also Dt 28 31 , where punishment lies in fact that the owner does not eat of the slain ox ; T?*? ^jSO? ni2Dp ?3V Je 11 19 like a mild lamb that is led to slaughter, sim. of the prophet exposed to his enemies, 51 40 sim. of s vengeance upon Babylon (v. also n3B, nrOB), 25 s4 of kings and rulers, under fig. of shepherds & choice sheep. 2. poet. & fig., slay, kill ruthlessly, c. ace. pers. ^37"; abs. La2 21 (|| Xl} ; opp. ^n); c. ace. cogn. I13B 'B Ez 2 1 1S of a sword sharpened for the slaughter of Isr. in judgment. ti. nilO n.m. l8S4,e slaughtering, slaugh- ter— abs. 'B-Gn 43 16 + 6 1.; H3B Ez 2 1 20 + 3 t. ; sf. rirQtp Pr 9 2 ; — 1. slaughtering, slaugliter, of animals for food ; as ace. cogn. after n3B (q. v.) Gn 43 16 (J), Pr 9 ! ; iw 1& flfr? Is 53 7 , sim. of suffering servant of ; also Pr 7 s2 sim. of fatu- ousness of one following a strange woman, thoughtless of consequences ; 'Bp V1T Je 50 27 metaph. of Babylonian leaders, under fig. of bullocks ; so prob. 48 15 , and perk VTVm 'Bp Is 65 12 . 2. in poet. fig. slaughter, to which the nations are given over by Is 34 s , specif, of Edom v 6 (|| n3T; v. 'T 6, p. 258"); of Isr. Ez

20 , as ace. cogn. after I"I3B v 15 ; of Ammon v 33 . 

< fli. nil3 n.pr.m. son of Nahor by his con- cubine Gn 2 2 24 , © Ta,3c<t(x). TnrQE n.f. thing slaughtered, slaugh- T ; ' tered meat, slaughter — 1. sf. ,r in3Q as ace. cogn. after n3B 1 8 25" of meat killed for food. 2. slaughter for food (=1. n?B 1); '12 |MT3 TOO

-nzta ^ 44 s3 like a flock for slaughter, sim. of the harassed godly ; nn3B^> JKX3 Je 1 2 3 sim. of judg- ment of wicked (|| TOTJ] DV6). rOl? n.m. 189 - 23 1. cook, 2. guardsman;— 1 1. cook (who also killed the animal for food and served it) ri3B abs. I S 9 23 - 24 t. 2. elsewh. only pi. CraB guardsmen, bodyguard (orig. royal slaughterers; v. KS °»°«* <*»,- s«m. ima sw). a j w in the foil, combinations: 'BH lb captain of Pharaoh's bodyguard Gntf™ 39 1 (both J), 40 34 4 1 ">'* (all E) ; irai chief of Nebuchadr.'s body- guard 2K25 810 "-' 2161820 Je 39 9 +i6 t. Je(hence Aram. KjnSB 31 Dn 2 14 ). t[nTCa] n.f. female cook; — only pi. abs. nirBB 1 S 8 13 ( + ninjS-l perfumers and rflBK bakers, all as menials). trcon n.[m.] slaughtering-place (Ph. mUD id. CIS 1 - 175 ), Is 14 21 , for Babylonians (under implicit fig. of animals). t PTOB n.pr.loc. a Syrian city ; nrnBB I Ch l8 8 (@ MeTaPi) X a(s), @L Ta&aa6); so rd. also for 11. n03 2 S 8 8 (v. p. io5 b supr.) fl. 72E) vb. dip (NH id.; Aram.Vatp dip, batlte ; cf. perh. Ar. J.^, saturavit tinctura vestem,Frey) — QalP/. ^B] consec. Lv 4"+ St.; np3C1 consec. Ru 2 14 ; O^BI consec. Ex 12 22 ; Imp/. S>3BM Lv 9 9 + 3 t.; 2 ms. sf. ^3Bfl Jb 9 31 ; 173B»1 Gn 3 j 31 ; — dip: 1. trans., dip a thing in, c. ace. rei+3: in blood Gn37 31 (J), so esp. in connexion with sacrifices Lv 4" 9' 1 4 651 (also in freshwater); in water, for purification Nu 19 18 (all P); of dipping rod in honey 1 S 14 27 , bread in vinegar Ru 2 24 , foot in oil Dt 33 s4 (poem) ; ^Cfl r '0S<' a Jb 9 31 in the ditch dost thou dip me; ace. omitted Ex 1 2 n ( JE ; in blood), 2 K 8 15 (in water); but also-f Q = moisten with, with some o/Lv 4 17 (blood), i4 16 (oil). . intrans. , dip (oneself), sq. a,

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Jordan (|| 3 m V 1012 ). tirPT^E n.pr.m. ('» hath dij>j>ed, i. e. puri- fied) — name of one of the porters, line of Merari 1 Ch 26' 1 (®L Tafcr,). II. / JU (perh. to be assumed as */ of foil.; cf. Eth. fTVflAA: wind about, wrap up; As. tublu, turban, Dl in Baer's Ezech x "). t [T^Dtp] n.m. turban (v. Sim in Thes Bob Ges DP- c )— only Dn , ^">3 D^UB iflinp Ez 23 16 extended in respect to turbans on their heads = with pendant turbans ( Dl SS, cf. Da) > Hi-Sm who comp. Ar. J^L dye (v. I. i>3B). t^QL3 vb. sink, sink down (NH. id.; Aram. ^£^, V3B; Ph. JHB coin; As. tebu, sink in, tabbt'u, diver (water-fowl) etc., v. Muss- Arnolt JBL - 1892 - ,TO Dl« WB ; Ar. i'J, seal, stamp, imprint; Eth. nT0l dip) — Qal Pf 'FipO ^6 9 3 ; W3B ^ 9 '« La2 9 ; Impf. V?C>| J e 3 V; J?3Bni 1S17 49 ; n^SBNf 69";— sink, sink doum, intrans., c. 3; 1 S 1 7 49 (stone into Goliath's fore- head); Je 38" (Jerem. in mire of dungeon); La 2 9 (gates of Jerus. into ground); metaph. of distress; fe^rbwa JVa'B; 69 15 (||BB»'0^xn); nations into the pit (nnE*3) 9 16 . Pu. Pf. WSB be sunk Ex 15 4 (poem) of Egyptians drowned qiDTrs. Hiph. Pf W3Bn be sunk f33 in the mire, of feet, metaph. of entangle- ments and difficulties Je^; W3I?n, of pedes- tals (D^W) of the earth, as settled, planted ^? Jb 38 s (|| H3B m») ; abs. of mountains Pr 8^. ni'3t3 n.f. signet, signet-ring, ring (on format, v. Lag B!,8S ; As.timbu'u, seal-ring, Muss- Arnolt lc )— abs. n$ae> Ex 26 24 + 3 t.; cstr. id. Est 3 is +3t-; to V 3B Gn 4 i 42 +2t.; pi. abs. niV3B IS3 1 Ex 28 s ; nj)3B Ex 25 1212 +i 4 t.; cstr.niVSB Ex 28 23 + 2 t; nj>3B Ex 2 s' 2 -f- 12 t; sf. lnJQB Ex 28 s8 39 21 ; DnTl3?3B Ex 26 M ; DnjBB 36 s4 ; — 1. signet-ring, of king, taken from his hand and given as token of authority Gn 41 42 (E), Est3 10 8 2 ; used in sealing official missives Est 3 12 8 8810 (vb. DnPl). 2. ring, as orna- ment Is 3 21 ; as gift for sacred purposes Ex 35 s NU31 60 (both P). 3. most often (only in Ex.) of rings for staves of ark, for curtains, for ephod, and other sacred furniture Ex 25 1212 -' 2 + 35 t. in Ex (all P). TrO>'2 T -3 n.pr.m. a family name among the Nethinim Ezr 2 43 =Ne 7 4S . ~QLD (v of foil.; meaning dubious). TT12t2 n.[m.] highest part, centre (ace. to @ 93 navel, so NH id., and "fl3 , B, Aram. uryenp, Nn^B)— pun -vqb Dye on"}' oy nan Ju 9 37 behold people descending from the highest part of the land; ptW IISB-^y ^ Ez 38 12 those dwelling upon the navel of the earth, i. e. upon the mountainous country of Israel, central and prominent in the earth. b b 2 TVVS^ltO n.pr.m. (Aram. ; = Ramman is good, or is wise, v.Wkl on 7X3D supr.) — father of Benhadad king of Aram I K 15 18 . trCIO n.pi". 10th month=Dec.-Jan., Est 2" (Nab. TOO Eut NoS Palm, id., Vog Hoe<i ; loan-word from As. Tebetuni, Sfhr C0T on Ne I 1 , Hpt K-vo«iiO ) jgjjZAivawOT?^ y p erh.«e6i2=S?3t2 v. esp. Hpt'% Muss-AmoU' 81 ""' 1892 ' 170 , month of sinking in = muddy month). TDSTD n.pr.loc. Ju 7", spot near which Gideon's pursuit of Midianites ended, site un- known. t"intD vb. be clean, pure (Ar.J^i, JXJ° id.; NH id., Pi. make or declare ceremonially clean; AranOi'O emptiness, ^l!' 1 ? brightness; Sab.nnt3 Hal 682 ;' Eth. ftTUd: *rtlU<S: pur(/y, wash oneself with water) — Qal Pf. 'a Lvii 32 + 12 1.; 3 fs. nrtng Lv 12 7 15 28 ; nVR? Lv 12 8 etc., + 5 t. Pf; Impf TW Lv 15 13 Jb 4" etc., + 9t. /mp/; /tnOjT? 2K5 1013 ; — 1. be clean, i.e. (miraculously) freed from leprosy by wash- ing in the Jordan 2 K J****.' 2. 6e cZ«m ceremonially (only H P), Lv I5 13 ' 28 - 28 (P), 2 2 4 {H); by washing with water, the flesh Lv 2 2 7 (H); garments Lvi^Nn 3 1 24 (all P); both flesh and garments Lv 17 5 (H), 14 s - 9 15 13 Nu 19" (all P); other articles Lv 1 i 32 (P); passing things through the fire Nu 31 23 (P); offering sin-offerings Lv 1 2 7 - 8 1 4 20 (P) ; by the ceremony of the two birds Lv 14 53 (P); by ashes of red heifer Nu I9 I212 (P). 3. be clean morally, of people, made clean by Va scattering clean water upon them Ez 36^; of Jerus., specif, made clean from idolatry, under fig. of adultery Je 13 27 ; also sq. JO Ez 24 1313 (purification by '<); made clean DSVltterrbD Lvi6 30 (P; by the sin-offering of the atonement day); also of the individual, be clean niSETO Pr 2 o 9 (||n3T); become clean by use of hyssop ^5i 9 (|| ? , ??£); more generally 1r A P?<?? Vft&STtMJ Jb 4 17 shall a man be more pure than his maker? ( PJj^T)- Pi. J p/nnDLvi 3 3 + 4t.; ef. VviBLv i 3 6 +5 1.; 2 ms. JTiriB Nu 8 615 etc. + 7 t. Pf; Impf. "WO} 2 Ch 34 6 etc. + 4 t. Impf; Imv. sf. 7SJJ ty 5 1 "; Inf.cstr.T® Ez 39 ,2 + 5 t.; sf. ^H Ez 36 s3 etc. + 4 t. Inf.; Pt. iriDD Lv 14" Mai 3 3 ;— chiefly P; 1. cleanse, jrurify : a. physically, metals from dross Mai 3 s ; land from corpses Ez 39 12 - "•"; heavens from clouds Jb37 21 ; temple from unclean things 2 Ch 29 161618 ; land and city from Asherim and images 2 Ch 34 358 ; store-cham-

mnia bers of temple from household stuff Ne 13 9 ; priesthood by exclusion of alien blood Ne 1 3 s0 , b. ceremonially, the altar of incense by the blood of the annual sin-offering Lv 16 19 (P); tlie people, gates, and wall (by some undefined ceremony) Ne 12 30 ; the altar of the court by the blood of sin-offerings Ez 43 M ; of consecra- tion of Levites by risen 'D Nu8"(P), and nNQn Nu 8 1521 (P). c. morally Lv 1 6 30 (P), Ez 37 s3 Mai 3 3 ; HKISTO ^51*; (m)31SO Je33 8 Ez 36 s3 ; n(l)XDt3» Ez 24" 36 s6 . 2. pronounce clean, ceremonially Lv 1 j««**«Ji x 4 ?.48 ( all P). 3. perform the ceremony of cleansing Lv 14 11 (P). Pu. Pf. 3 ms. inb 1 S 20 26 (so rd. for MT lino ® We Dr, he is not clean, be- cause he hath not been cleansed) ; Pt. N? Yl# rnnbp a land not cleansed Ez 2 2 24 (but ® Hi Ew Co SS rd. a land not rained upon, v. 1t2D). Hithp. Pf. 3 pi. nqjjn Ezr 6 !0 ; *Vflpi (Ko 1271 ) 2Ch30 18 Nu8 7 ; ipl. ^inan Jos 22"; Impf. nnttj Ne 12 30 ; Imv. vintsn Gn35 2 ; Pt. inao Lvi4 7 +nt.; pi. D , "}™p Nei3 M Is 66 17 ;— reflexive : 1. purify oneself; a. ceremonially, esp. in preparation for sacred duties Gn 35 2 (R)> Nu 8 7 2 Ch 30 18 Ezr 6 20 Ne 1 3*; also for heathen mysteries Is 66 17 ; of purifying priests, people, and wall Ne 1 2 s0 (cf. Pi. 1 b). b. morally Jos 22 17 (P). 2. present oneself for purifica- tion, only pt. "intspn the candidate for purifica- tion Lv I4 «A«-"-W-"-»-»-a»-»>(P). t"trii5ll.[m.]purity,purifying — 1. purity, -T0> evfn DSys Ex 24 10 (JE), as the body of the heavens for purity. - 2. sf. n~ Q iQ Lv 12 4 ' 6 the days of her purifying (menstruation). t[nna] (v. Ges> ,o - 2 - B ), or [-«ro] (oi" 73 " B'o i386 ) n.[m.] clearness, lustre (dub. word; sub "«P Hup Pe SS ; so Thes, reading Vvibd) — only nntSD Pl3^n ^89 46 ; DeHupPeSch thou hast made (him) to cease from his lustre; <S 93 made his lustre to cease, so AE Ki al. reading n. nntpp r VintSD (D. f. ace. to Ges 52012b ), and gchr sk 1868, etz W T ] 10 reads iir.p nra^n ; Gr prop. imuy his crown; Bae ^*M? nBD sceptre from his hand. t rnnfO n.f. purifying, cleansing ; — abs. 'B Lv ia«+ 2 t.; cstr. Tf^f 1 Ch 23 s8 2 Ch 30 19 ; sf. frn~B Lv 1 3 7 + 7 t.; — 1. purifying, men- struation Lv 12 45 . 2. cleansing, jmrification, of leper Lv I3 7 -* I4 2 - 2332 ; of Nazirite Nu 6 9 ; from an issue Lv 1 5 13 (all P) ; from contact with the dead Ez 44 26 ; of sacred things in gen. 1 Ch 23 128 ; ofpersonsforthepassover 2CI1 30 19 ; -rtrra


n"i~En ITICB'O Ne 1 2 te the charge, requirement of purification. TTinU adj. clean, pure; — m. abs. 'o Ex 25 n + 68t.; ihBLv n 47 +4t.; cstr.">1nO Hab 1 13; tino PF2 2 11 ; "ino Jb 17 9 ; f. rnVilp Mai 1" + 3 1.;' m T ntp Gn f + 8 1.; mpl. o ,- iino Ez 3 6 26 Ezr6 20 ; D^iioPr 15 26 ; fpl. nvino Lvi'4 4 ^ 12 7 ; — 1. ceremonially clean, of animals Gn 7 s - 2 - 8 - 8 8 s020 (all J), Lv i4 4 ( p ). 20 2525 (H), Dt h" 20 ; places Lv 4 12 6 4 io 14 1 i 36 Nu 19 9 (all P); things Lv io 10 1 1 37 - 47 14" (P), Ez 22 26 44 2S Is 66 20 Mai i»; persons Lv 7" I3 »>w«'-» I5 8 Nu 5? 9 13 jglUS I9 9.18..9( all p) Dtl2 15.22 I5 2J 23 U jg 20 «a + v. 2M> MT but rd. "Vjb Pu., see ino, 2 Ch 30 17 Ezr6 20 . 2. physically pure: of gold 3HT Ex , -11.I7.21.S9.S1.36.38.39 2 gl4.22.36 - Q 3 -,-2.6.11.16.17.22.23.24.26 39 15.25.30 ( all p) ; , Ch 2 gl7 2 Ch 34 9 17. Q r|3 Jb "; of water D?0 EZ36 26 ; of incense rrYep Ex 30 35 37 29 (P); of lamp stand rnlD Ex 3 i 8 3 9 37 (P), Lv 2 4 4 (H); of the table j'n^ Lv 24" (H), 2 Ch 1 3" ; clean, of turban Zc 3". 3. ethically pure,clean Pi'30 12 EC9 2 Jbi4 4 ; of heart ^51 12 Pr 22"; hands Jb 17 9 ; eyes Hab i 13 (of God); words of men Pr 15 s6 ; words of God -<r 12'; law of ** as object of reverential fear ^ 19 10 . ■fi. HTJJ vb. pleasing, good (NH id., Hiph.; alsoderiv. ; Ar. l!>U>, med. {j, bepleasant, delightful, delicious, sweet or savoury in taste or odour, be pure and clean, cheerful, happy (Lane); Aram, o)^, c^, 3KO, 30, 3>O a ndesp. deriv. glad, joyful; As. tdbu, be good, kind, acceptable, joyful, vigorous D1 HWB299 ) — Qal Pf. 3iO Nu 1 1 18 + 32 t; pi. 13b Nu 24 s Ct 4 10 ; (Impf. 2ff*. from 3BJ); Inf. abs. 3*10 Ju n 25 ; cstr. 3to Je 3 2 39 + 6 t., 3103 Ju 16 1 * Qr (Kt 310 «3); Ft. 3to J u 1 1 25 1 S 2 M ; (for these forms v. Bo 5 " 33 - 4 SS 8. v.; Ges recognises only Pfs. and fewer of them than above. It is often difficult to decide between vb. and adj.); — 1. be pleasant, delightful, of tents of Jacob Nu 24 s (JE ; poet.); of caresses Ct 4 10 (sq. |^0 comp.) 2. be glad, joyful 3J 3^0 Ju i6 ffi (Qr), 1 S 25 s6 2 S 13 28 Est i'°(v.310 2 c). 3. of rank, position, claim: P^30 WW 310 310H Ju ii 25 art thou really better than Balak ? 4. i> 310 be well with, good for Nu 1 1 18 (J), Dt 5 50 15" 19 13 1 S 16 1623 2 S 14 32 Vr 119 71 128* Je 22 16 ; so (sc. i?) Is 3 10 it is well (with him); ma IN Je 22 16 (cf. v 15 ); '*?« 3to 1 S 20 12 there is good toward David. 5. be pleasing , 3 , 5?3 310 (v. ii. 310 2 b cf) Nu2 4 ' (J) 2S 3 19 - 36 15 26 19 38 ; ^J 310 DN 1 K 2 1 2 Je 40 4 Zc ii 12 ; later usage is ?y 310 DS ?y it seem good unto (so As. tdbu eli, be pleasing unto, Dl HWB30 °*), 1 Ch 13 2 Ne2 6 - 7 Est i 19 3 9 5 48 7 s 8 5 9 13 (cf. 310 adj.). Hiph. Pf. 2 ins. ni3't?n 2 Ch 6 s , #JW] 1 K 8 18 2 K io 30 ; — do well, act right, sq. '3 that 1 K 8" </iow didst well, that it was in thine heart = 2 Ch 6 8 ; sq. inf. c. p 2 K io 30 thou hast done well in performing what was right in mine eyes. J 11. 3itO adj. pleasant, agreeable, good (v. Lag™ 26 ; Aram. 30, Palm. 30 Vog No - 8, ( N3D Vog 1 " 1 - 75 )— m. 'O Gn 2 l2 + 22t., D310 Mi7 4 ; f. rata Est 8 s + 50 t., H3b Dt6 ,8 +2t.; cstr. n3iO Gn 26 7 + 6 t., nsb Gn 24 16 ; pi. rata Je44 ,7 +28t.; D'ab Gn 2 7 9 + 4 t. ; cstr. "310 Dn i 4 + 2 t. ; pi. ni3io Est 2 2 , niab Je 24 s + 6 1., n'3b Gn 6 2 + 4 t.; — 1. pleasant, agreeable to the senses : a. to the sight, fair, of daughters of men Gn6 2 (J); of a son Ex 2 2 (E), 1 S 9 2 1 K 20 3 , young men (but rd. herds © Th We Klo Dr Bu) i S 8 16 ; DD'tOD their abearance Dn I 16 , fl3b ntOD Gn 24 16 26 7 (both J), 2 S ii 2 Est i" 2 8 - 7 ; 'to 310 1 S 16 12 ; -ixn 3io 1 K i 6 ; ?n roio Na 3 4 ; ntoo nisio Est 2 2 ; nsno '^O Dn i 4 ; wsb 310 Ec ii 7 ; W5?3 H310 fair in his eyes Est 8 s ; of mantle Jos 7 21 (J); goodly houses Is 5" Dt 8' 2 ; cities Dt 6 10 ; situation of city 2 K 2 19 . b. to the taste, good, sweet, agreeable for eating bmob Gn2 9 3 6 (both J); ears of grain Gn 4 i 6 - 22 - 24 - 26 (E); figs Je2 4 23 - 3 - 5 ; honey Pr24 13 ; 310n pvp Ct 7'° as wine of the best sort (Hi rds. I»3); ."Uteri TOUR J u 9 11 my sweet fruit (|| 'pnD). C. to the smell, sweet-scented, of ointment Ct I 3 ; 310n nip Je 6 20 the fragrant cane. d. of pleasant shadow of tree Ho 4 13 . 2. pleasant to the higher nature, giving pleasure, happiness, pros- perity, and so agreeable, pleasing, well: a. of time : 310 DV good day, festal day 1 S 25 s Est gi7 (jio.22. f f eas t s 2c 8 19 ; prosperous years Gn 4 1 35 (E). b. of place, DWn ]V3 310 Est 2 9 the best part of the v;omen's house ; v '03 Dt 23 17 , ^P 'e? Gn 20 15 (v. c f infr.) c. of per- sons, (nnx) 'J'm 310 pleasing in the eyes of 1 S 29 6.6. 9 /, , 3 ,j, 3 31t3 Mai 2 ,7 (cf. vb. 4, and f infr.) ; later "JS? Ec 2 2826 7 s6 ; inserted in 1 S 29 10 @ We Dr ; cf. DV '0 1 S 2 26 . d. of word or message, .-QiO rn*fc»3 2 S 18 27 good tidings; '0 WOt? good report 1 S 2 24 Pr 1 5 30 2 5 s5 ; 1D5J3 131 Pr 1 5° a word in its season; 310 "13T Pr 12" 5 an agree- able word (maketh the heart glad) ; 310 ">3T |f 45 2 a good theme. e. of other things, T^ H310 1 S 24 20 a pleasant, prosperous journey; STO

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'3 nrUD Gn 49 15 (poem); of unit}' of brethren 

D'Jtf nn 310 riD ^133' how good and how phasant it is! ? 31C (n'n % ) it shall be well for Ec 2' 6" 8 12 ,3 (cf. vb. 3); Vf 3ion Jb 13 9 mM it be advantageous that (v. 5). f. VJQ 310n fib's do m.7mj< r« p'easing in the eyes of Gn i6 6 (J), Ju 19 24 1 S I* 3 18 14 40 2 S io 12 =i Ch 19 13 , 2 S I 9 ' 9i8s » 2Kl0 6 20 3 = Is 3 8 3 , I Ch 2I 23 =2 S 24 s2 where obj. of r6yn ; 'j>3 310(n) (b) (3) nby Gn i 9 8 (J), Ju 10 16 1 S 1 1 10 14 36 Est 3 n ; 310n(3) n'BTJ 'JQ nE*n(3)l Dtia 28 Jos9 25 (D), 2 Ch 14 1 Je 26 14 , cf. Est8 8 ; nouns reversed Dt 6 18 ; 31on nby Jsb "ityVH 2 Ch 3 1 20 ; 'j>3 310 in other combina- tions Nu 36" (P), Je 40 4 ; 1E>M! 31Dn ntO 2Kio 3 ;'on3T iK.22 ,3 =2Chi8 12 ,Nuio 2!, (J) ) 1 S 19 4 Est 7 9 ; n~iy 31t2»n3T speak either good or bad Gn 3i 24 - 29 (E); 310 Ijn JTlt3^ 2S13 22 ; 310 IN IP Gn2 4 50 (J); '0 N33HH I K 22 818 = 2Chi8 17 ; cf. iK22 ,3 =2Chi8 12 . 3. good, excellent of its kind : a. of the several creations, 310 '3 D'ni'X JO*1 and God saw that it was good, excellent Gn i 4 - 101218 - 21 - 25 (P); nam l*Jt* ^3

  • 1KD 310 i 31 (P) God saw all that he had made,

and behold it was very excellent. So b. of land, soil, fruitful, fertile: px Ex 3 s Nu i3 19 (both J), 14 7 (P), Dt i 26 - 35 f 4 2122 6 18 8 710 9 6 11" Jos 2 3 ' 6 (D), Jui8 9 iCh 2 8 8 ; flOIK 1K14M0S 23 1316 (D); in Dt 3 25 ; npto 2K 3 ,9 - 2S ; mb» Ez if; nu Ez 34 14 ; njHO 1 Ch 4 40 Ez 34 1418 . C. of vegetation, choice, fruitful DWT 1 S 8 14 ; yy 2 K 3 1925 Ez 3i 16 ; 310 JOB' 2 K 20 13 precious o27 = Is39 2 ,-^i33 2 Ec7 1 ;of seed, D'aiD Dnw DN Ec n 6 whether both of them will be fruitful. d. of animal?, fat np3 Gn 18 7 (J); DtV Gn 27" (J); Tins Gn 4 i 26 (E); ^ Ez 24*. e. of minerals, fine, pure 3i"lT Gn 2 12 (J), 2 Ch 3 58 ; B n ? La 4 1 ; brass Ezr 8 s7 , soldering IS41 7 . 4. <700<Z, WcA, valuable in estimation : a. in quan- tity, H31D n3'b> good old age Gn 15 16 (R), 25" (P), Ju 8 s2 1 Ch 2 9 28 ; dowry Gn 30 20 (E ; many sons); treasury Dt 28 12 (from which ^ sends blessings). b. in price, goodly, valuable : of the estimation put upon house, beast, and tithe Lv27 ,0101214 - 33 (H); profit Pr 3 i 18 ; hire Ec 4 9 ; D'30n nono Jo 4 s my goodly precious things. 5. good, appropriate, becoming, ~WH 310 Ec7 18 (cf. 5 4 infr.); rbm DV nD3n rOMS Ec 7 11 wisdom is good with an inheritance (other trans, see in VB); || na; Ec 5 17 ; c. nsjJ 2 S 1 7 714 good advice; ins 310 Gn 40 16 (E) that he interpreted well ; n3"in 310 (l6) Ex 18 17 (E) the thing is (not) good, wise, so Dt i 14 iS26 u ; *!3"l(n) 310 theword is good, is well said 1S9 10 iK2 M 18 24 2 K20 19 = Is 3 9 8 , for which abbreviated 310 well ! good .' exclamation Bu 3 13 1 S 20 7 2 S 3" 1 K 2 18 ; followed by ^ it is good that 2 S 1 8 3 Bu 2 M La f Jb io 3 (cf. 13 9 2 e); c. inf. Gn 2 18 (J), ^ 73*' 92 2 147 1 Pr 25 s7 (cf. sub 10); with 1 (strangely) '131 7»ITJ) 310 La 3 26 it is good that one wait (v. Don, y>tt); 310 vb era; nvn xbi Pr 19 2 that a soul be without knowledge is not good. 6. c. f? compar. = better, sq. inf. Gn 29 19 (E), Exi 4 ,2 (J), V'liS 89 Pri6 19 25 7 Ec6 9 7 2 ; inf. om. Pr2i 919 25 s4 ; JO om. Nui4 3 (J; compar. only implied); c. |0 pers. Ju 15 2 Bu 4 15 iSi" 9 2 15 28 1 K 2 32 19 4 2 Ch 21 13 Pr 12 9 16 32 19 122 27 10 28 s La 4' Est i la Ec 4 3913 6 3 7 58 ; c. JO rei Ju8 2 1S15 22 2S17 14 1K21 2 2K5 12 H02 9 Am 6 2 Is 56 s Jon 4 38 ^37" 63 4 84 11 1 19 72 Pr 3 14 gU.19 jgie.17 l6 8.16 I? l 22 1 27 5 Q t jS E(; ^6 ^1.3.8.10

4.ie.i8. sq ._#D Ec 5 4 ; DK . . . fl . . . 3iQ-TO is 

it better .. .or? Jug*; IN . . ." 31D.fi 18 19 ; }<N -B> 310 Ec 2 24 (rd. -ft? v. Comm.); imt) 310 pM Ec 3 22 ; DN "3 310 |*K Ec 3 12 8 15 ; so i S 27 1 ® We Dr Klo Kit Bu (MT only <3 c. Impf.) 7. of man's sensuous nature, glad, happy, jrros- perous: 3? 310 merry, glad heart Pr 15 16 Est 5" Ec 9 7 ; 3^ '310 1 K 8<*= 2 Ch 7 10 ; .Tnni DUIO Je 44 17 we were prosperous; similarly f 112 s . 8. of man's intellectual nature, 310 PSB* good understanding 2 Ch 30 22 ^ 1 1 1 10 Pr 3 4 'i3 16 ; b±> ri3iD 1 S 25 s . 9. good, kind, benign: a. of men, themselves 1 S 25 15 2 S 18 27 2 Ch 10 7 ; the eye Pr 22 9 ; Dnflfl DUIO Hnc? words 1 K i2 7 =2 Ch 10 7 . b. of God, himself Na V 2 Ch 30 18 f 86 5 ; 310 »3 for /i« «'s good, kind -fy 34 s ioo 5 135 3 Je 33"; inDn D^iyi> ^3 310 "3 1 Ch 16 34 2 Ch 5 13 7 3 Ezr 3 n ^ 106 1 107 1 n8 1M 136 1 ; b 310 /fciwd to 73 1 145 9 La 3 2i ; bv n310(n) T Ezr7 9 8 18 Ne2 818 ; n3io(n) ^rm 9 20 ^ 143 10 ; 210 "o iob' 52" 54 s ; ipDn 310 "a 69 17 109 21 ; (D^ion (D'psnn the good, kind word(s) spoken in promise Jos 21 43 23 1416 (D), 1 K 8 66 Je 29 10 33 14 Zc i 13 . 10. good (ethical), rigid : 310 no || what Yah- weh requires Mi 6 8 , || oaB*D Jb 34 4 : a. of man himself || IB* Mi 7 4 ; 310 B^N Pr 14"; (D , )310(n) = (</te) good 2 Ch 19 11 ^ 125 4 Pr 2 M 15 3 Ec9 22 ; man's deeds Dn3T ' 13 22 14' Ch2 12 19 n'BTO 1S19 4 Eci2 14 ; D^JJO EZ36 31 ; n-lB-Nni H310H iff) 1 S 12 23 the good and right way ; (n)310(n) TF V {?) (the) good wayiK8 36 =2Ch6 27 , Is65 2 Je6 16 ^ 3 6 5 Pn6= 9 ; D'n*331 D"310 ^n3T 2 S 15 3 good and right is thy case; 310 13T good thing 1 K 14 13 ; 310 i& Hltt

in^vj ninn Nes 9 ; tiffS) 3W K^> "lPN Ezi8 19 ; so of HD-iD WKD etc., Pr 20 s3 ; 310 8>6 c. inf. (v. 5) it is not good or right to : P ,r l¥i> VWV Pr 17 26 ; nsb ytSn '» r 8 5 ; D'JB 13H 2 8 21 24 s3 (310 i>3). b. of God 3Wffl nriK aits -f n 9 B ; nw "ltsh 33a 25 s ; D*3tt"J»B«etoii9*; his commands niSOiS"e9 13 ; D'pn Ez20 26 (D'310 nS>); 310 Upb Pr4 s ; »BD iom nijnn xvn n^> |vi>y La a 38 . fin. Zlitt n.m. Je17 ' 6 (cf. n3<i0 n.f.) a good thing, benefit, welfare; — 'oGn 26 s9 4- I34t; — 1. welfare, prosperity , happiness: || DvB* Is 52' Je8 15 14 19 ; jn DK1 31D DN 4 2" whether pros- perity or adversity ; 310 S03' 1 7" prosperity cometh; '03 rtofe* Dt 26" 2Ch6 41 ; '03 Wl Ec 2 1 Je 2 9 32 ; obj. of ntn V' 4 7 34 13 Ec 2 s4 3 13 Jb7 7 ; of EHT Est io 3 ; of E»p3 ^ 122 9 ; yj» 84 12 Je 5 s6 ; JHJ V 8S' 3 ; "IP Jb 30 26 ; NXO Pr 16 20 ifiS 8 ^; bm Pr 2 8 10 ; nDn ^34"; -ifeo 1 K i 42 IS52 7 ; 'ob hn Mi i 12 ; 'oi noan i K io 7 ; IDni 31D ^23°; 3103 in prosperity 25 13 Jb 21 13 36 11 Ec 7 14 ; 310D because of prosperity Zc I 17 ; afar from happiness -fy 39 3 ; 31D3 Ho io 1 ; 310!? Dt 30 9 Je 1 5 11 ; «£ 310^ Dt6 24 /or ^000! to us,= for our good, io 13 $), Je 32 39 (Dnb; cf. b yb Je 7 6 25 7 ). 2. gr 00 rf ^/trngrs, (coll.) n(l)3i3 'O blessing of good things -fy 21 4 Pr 2 4 25 ; N.jO 'D DITrQ Jb 2 2 m filled their houses with good things; obj.of y3B'i/>-i04 28 Pr 12"; xi>D ty 107 9 '; i>3x Pr 13 2 L355 2 ; np!> Ho 14 3 ; '03 jnfrn ^103"; </ooa3s, possessions 1 S 15 9 . 3. good=benefit : JTTl6j 310 ini^lM Pr 31 12 «Ae <Zoe<fc Aim good awoJ no< ew7y aftHRJ D^TO niNn Prn 23 «/j«  desire of the righteous is only good; obj. of ?3p Jb2 10 ; yiD P^ 27 ; int? n 27 ; ota» 13 21 ; n'CV Gn 2 6 s9 (J), Vf 1 1 9 s5 ; 3-Ofl Nu io 32 (J); 'ab my f 1 19 122 ; '0 'Bnn Pr 14 22 w Ao <fe t 7«s good. 4. moral good, JTI1 310 yT Gn 2 917 3 s - 22 (J), Dt I 39 ; y*6 310 p3 2 S 1 9 36 ; in antithesis with yn elsewh. Dt30 15 2S14 17 1K3 9 I s 5 Ma> 7 was Am5 1415 Mi 3 2 * 34 15 37 w 52 5 ! 'B IW Ho 8 3 cast off good; 310 nb»y do good f i 4 '- 3 =:5 3 2 - 4 , 37 3 Ec 7 20 , in 3 12 this mng. seems less fitting ; rd. perh. 'C niK"l? (Gr, v. also De) and tr. to 1 ; 'o ejTi ^ 38 2 ' pursue good ; '0"7;yp Pr 2' path of good. TiT'O'VTN 3.^0 n.pr.m. (j/oorf is my Lord, f*y~ n»Jh^ 3*101 1.T3101 intfwsi i n list of Levites assigned to reign of Jehoshaphat 2 Ch 17 8 , but txt. suspicious; ©LTa>/3a8(»«a, but @ onlyT<o/3a- 8a)/3«a for all three names. +2^113 n.m. Jb20 - 21 good things, goods, good- ness;— 'oGn 2 4 ,0 + 17 1.; sf. , 3 ! U3Ex33 ,9 Je3i 14 ; ^310 f 25 7 + 4 t. ; 1310 Ho 3 5 + 2t.; R3W Ne 9 36 Je 2 7 ; D3M3 Jb 2 1 ,6 ;— not in H PChrEz or post- ex. proph. — 1. good things, coll., produce of the land to be eaten Gn 45 1820 - 23 (E), Is I 19 Je 2 7 Ezr 9 12 Ne 9 3 " 6 , to be enjoyed; good things of *> as given by him Ho 3 s Je 3 1 1214 jr 2 7 13 ; of house of '•> yfr 65 s , fig. of spiritual blessings. 2. goods, property Gn 24 10 (J), Dt 6" 2 K 8 9 Ne 9 2d . 3. abstr. : a. fairness, beauty, of neck of heifer Ho 10"; of people of '1 Zc 9 17 ; ol "> himself Ex 33 19 (JE). b. (3)3^ 310 joy of heart Dt 28 47 Is 65 14 (v. 1. 310 2, 11. 'B 7). c. prosperity Jb 20 21 21 16 ; of Jerusalem yfr 128 5 ; Dipns 3103 Pr 11 10 in the prosperity of tlie righteous the city rejoiceth. d. goodness of taste, discernment ■<//■ 119 66 . 4. abstr., good- ness of God : a. in bestowing good things Ne9 25 . b. in the salvation of his people Is 63" ^ 2 5 7 145'. c. stored up for his saints i/c 31 20 . TPQ'ltD n.f. welfare, benefit, good things, good;— abs. '0 Dt 28" + 54 t. ; cstr. 71310 f 106 6 ; sf. ^310 f 16 2 etc+ 4 t. sfs.; pi. rfato Je 12 6 ; nta'O 2 K 25^ Je 52 32 ; sf. Vt^/tO Ne 6 19 ; — 1. welfare, prosperity, happiness: ||Dl!'E' Dt 23 7 Je33 9 Ezr 9 12 La 3 17 ; H310 Di" Ec 7 14 day of prosperity; 1vy~?3 ^3^0 yj, 16 2 is not my welfare dependent upon thee ? 'B ^riNizn Jb 2 2 21 prosperity shall come to thee; miob Gn5o 20 (E),Dt283O 9 2Chi8 7 Jei4»;n310i>Nhny^ Am9 4 Je 2i 10 3 9 16 44 27 ; obj. ofvb>p3 Ne 2 10 ; WS Je 32 42 ; HXT Jb g 25 Ec 5 17 6 6 ; n3N Ec 9 18 ; '03 mn >// 106 5 ; 'OD IDn EC4 8 ; obj. of Sok fig. Jb 2i 25 =<a«te happiness; of ysb 1 Ec6 3 ; after ijy Dm Je 18 10 . 2. (/ooo! things (coll.): a. of good words, obj. of "13T 1 S 25 30 2 S 7 s8 =

Ch 17 26 , Je 18 20 ; pi. T11310 -at J e 12 6 52^= 
K 25 s . b. of material possessions 'on ni3"U 

Ec 5 10 when good things increase. 3. bounty, good in31D ro^" ,6§ vl year of thybounty (harvest bestowed by God), so also "]n310 jr 68"; nb'y 'o(n) Ex i8 9 (E), Nu 2 4 ' 3 (JE), Ju 8 s5 9 16 1 S 24 19 2 S 2 6 1 K 8 66 =2 Ch 7 10 , 2 Ch 24 16 Je 33 9 ; obj. of bay 1 S 24 18 ; th& i s 24 20 ; n3io nnn nyn Gn 44 4 (J), 1 S 25 21 + 35 13 38 21 109 6 Pr 17' 3 Je 18 20 ; nbbp nnn 'O 2 S 16 12 ; 'O^ *b I3r remember it for me for good Ne 5 19 13 31 ; ri31oi> Ezr 8 s2 Ne 2 18 Je 24 s6 ^86 17 ; pi. VrtriO Ne 6" his benefits (i.e. good deeds of Tobiah). tinjniW, ITOtB n.pr.m. (FoA(m) m my aia

nhvh C9 good) — 1. VljaiD a Levite, assigned to reign of Jehoshaphat 2 Ch i 7", not © ; © L To>/3»ar, elsewhere njaiB © T<B/9ia(t). 2. Ammonite adversary of Nehem. Ne 2 ,01 » 3* 4 1 6 112 - 14171719 13 4 ' 8 . 3. head of a family of returning ex- iles of doubtful lineage Ezr 2 60 =Ne f 2 . 4. a chief of returning exiles Zc 6 1014 , © xpi a ^ a " / (-/iois) avTrjs, i.e. "^^^ItD. fiv. nitfl n.pr.loc. (perh. fr. above -y/) — a region beyond Jordan, N. or NE. of Gilead, prob. Aramean ; 3to jnK Ju 1 1 38 , © T<bj3; E^N 310 2 S 10™ men of fob, © (E)<cn-o)/3 ; sTwu/Swv, T<i3.o„ 1 Mace 5 13 ; 'identif. by Conder H *" db - 296 with southern Bashan, where is still Taiyibeh, 1 2 m. SE. from Sea of Galilee. t [mi3] vb. spin (NH «*.; Aram. tqjnjBJJ spider Jb 8" 3! (but Syr. )ty = roast, broil, v. Dr JPl.li. 1882.207^. As f(Jmi J (^^ gpin> Hpt ZA - 1887 -

Dl HWB30S ; Ar. unfold, wind; Eth. mo>?: 

be twisted) — Qal Pf. 3 pi. ^t? work of women of Isr. Ex 35^ abs., v 26 sq. ace. D^yrrnK goats, i.e. goats' hair (P). T ri1tp?3 n.[m.] that -which is spun, yarn, Ex 35 ^(P). I" [rntj] vb. over-spread, over-lay, coat, besmear (NH id. ; Aram, id.; cf. Ar. i.U> re foeda contaminatus fuit, or contaminavit ; ^Iki camel smeared loith tar) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. ro consec. Lv 14 42 (on no I s 44 18 v. nno); 3 pi. WD Ez 22 ffl ; DJjnC Ez 13 1214 ; 7»i/. cstr. rtxb 1 Ch 2 9 4 ; Pt. pi. D'nB Ez i 3 10 + 2 t,; cstr. 'nc Ez 13"; only P Ez Ch; — over-spread, coat (c. ace. of house) with earth (clay, 1BV) Lv 1 4 42 ; over-lay (walls with gold and silver) c. ace. of wall 1 Ch 20/; metaph. of coating over Jeru- salem, under fig. of a wall, with a superficial coating, to hide its real weakness Ez 13 15 (ace. of wall), v 12 c. ace. of coating (IT 1 ?)," with ?Bri (q.v.) v 11 ; c. 2 ace. v> 01415 ; cf. DW VlB nW3J1 7BFI Ez 22 s8 where sf. ref. to oppressive nobles, i.e. the prophets ' whitewash' for them (their evil deeds). Niph. Inf. cstr. Hitsn be coated (with -lay) Lv 14 43 ; and, fully, ivan-nx n'tsn I4 48 (both P). tlTtp n.[m.] a coating, only D'sri n»K DPinB yfy Ez 13 12 . TrTlTTO n.f.pl. inward parts (as covered over, concealed) — Hino of seat of faithfulness, ta PlSBn DON f 5 1 8 faithfulness thou dedrest in the inward parts, i.e. in the heart (|| En?); of seat of wisdom neon 183, m D Jb 38 s6 (|| V?*? q.v.); fr. context this can hardly=heart of man (kidneys, 'reins,' Z, Jewish interpr., v. NHWB "• 144 al.), but is rather cloud-layers (as dark, hidden spaces, v. Di VB) ; their ' wisdom ' ap- pears in their obedience to natural law. U 1U, U U (v'of foil.; meaning unknown). ttDTS n.m. mud, mire, clay (NH id. ; As. tttu, id., Flood Tabl. 1 "- 10 - 25 )— abs. B'O Jb4i B + 6t.; cstr. id. Mi7 ,0 +5t.; — 1. mud, mire of streets (always in sim. of contempt, igno- minious treatment) nixin 'B Mi 7 10 ^ 1 8 43 = 2 S 2 2 43 , Zc 9 3 io 5 ; of Jeremiah's dungeon Je 38"; of mire in which crocodile lies Jb4i 22 ; cast up by sea IS57 20 (ll^fl); of a bog (fig. of distress) f 69 16 and fl»n '6 '^ 40 30 . 2. poet, of pot- ter's clay (|pon) Is4i M , brick-c/ay(|| id.) Na3 14 . rbtpitD,nbttb v. hob. [ /ID] vb. Filp. etc., hurl, cast (Ar. jlL be extended, elongated; v. Hom NS87 who comp. As. tdlu, Aram. "^2^, 7*0 all walk about (cf. spatiari, fr. spatium); Eth. /SffrtA: hang loosely, MtnlKO: expand)— Til?. Pt. *j5>b!>D» "I33 t l"DB?B Is 2 2 "hurleth thee violently. Hiph . Pf i"Bn Jon i 4 ; *lj>Bni J e 16 13 2 2 26 ; Impf. bttft 1 S 1 8" (but v. infr.), 20 33 ; !^BK Ez 3 2 4 (® Co om.) V&H Jon I 6 ; W^J Jon i»; cast, cast out, of casting a javelin (IT'jn) 1 S 18" (but rd. here 7B?1, V^, and took up, so © % Th We Kp Kit, v. also Dr); 20 33 sq. by pers. aimed at ; Jonah DJH"^ Jon i 1215 ; also the cargo Db? 1 5 ; fig. of * casting Pharaoh meTI 'JQ-^J? EZ32 4 (Co del. v. supr.; || H9? T9?^); hurl (send violently), of '< sending furious wind Jon i 4 ; fig. of hurling king of Judah, etc. into exile Je 1 6 3 sq. ace. + byo of land from which, and 7JJ of that to which; Je 22 s6 c. ace. +7JJ of land to which. Hopb.. Pf. 6pW Je 22 s8 ; Impf. i>BV Pr^ 33 ; ^f37 24 ; ^jh 4 i l ;—l. be hurled, e.g. into exile Je 22 s8 (|| *3?t?n); hurled down, headlong, 7BV i6 73? '3 ^ 37" when he falls he shall not be hurled headlong (fig. of a good man) ; ?& Jb 4 1 ' be overwhelmed, at sight of the crocodile. 2. of inanimate thing, be cast, thrown, the lot b^rmx i>BV p<ri3 p r 16 33 . tnbjpbtfl n.f. a hurling, Is 22 17 , v. supr. Pilp., lit. hurleth thee with a hurling, man ; ■na rd. perh. (Du), with a diff. word-division, 7t3pD ">??? (inf. abs.) lltD (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. jL, go or hover about, apjrroach, *X> limit, border). t"WB n.m. Exa " row— abs. 'a Ex 28" + ot. ; cstr. id. 28 ,7 +3t.; pi. D^» 28"+ 7 t.; Dnc 1 K 7 20 ; cstr. *?B Ex 39 10 + 2 t.;— 1. rote, course of building-stones, in temple and in Solomon's house 1 K 6 36 7 12 ; forming enclosures in corner of court Ez 46 s3 *; of beams 6 36 7", v. also 7 4 (Th Klo, v. *H#, &?'.?); of pillars 7 2 - 3 . 2. row of jewels, on high priest's breast-piece Ex 2 8 1717 - 1718 - 1920 gj,***""** (all P); of pomegranates on capitals of pillars in temple 1 K 7 s0 -* 2 Ch 4 13 , so also prob. 1 K 7 ia , v. Th Klo, after ® ; of knops round the molten sea f cf. 2 Ch 4 3 (oxen l|5an , erron. for tttflW? 1 K 7"). 'l/Ty^J n.f. encampment, battlement (fr. idea of surrounding, enclosure; Syr. )il£ sheepfold, 6raiA«) — cstr. n?t? Ct 8 9 ; MTV? ^6 9 26 ; pi. ni-ro EZ46 23 ; sf. oni'o Nu 31 10 Gn 25 16 ; DnVVQ 1 Ch 6 39 ; BiTnvVD Ez 25 4 ;— 1. encampment, esp. of circular encampment of nomad tribes, mentioned with nvn G11 25 16 ; with any Nu 3 1 10 , Ez 2 5 4 (|| DiT03E>D) ; encamp- ment (poet.) = habitation j, 6a 26 (|| DfT^nu) ; more gen., 1 Ch6 39 (||ni3Bhp). 2. in metaph. «1D3 'B Ct 8 9 a battlement of silver. 3. row of stones, only pi. JliTB Ez 46 s3 , virtually pi. of 110 1, q.v. t-VUO 1 n.pr.m. and gent. (perh. connected etymolog. with "(VO, v. Gn 25 16 ) — a 'son' of Ishmael Gn25 15 =i Ch i 31 =tribe with which Keuben, Gad, and half Manasseh made war I Ch5 19 ; 'Irovpa'wi re kci "ApaSes Strabo xvt *• M , 'lrovpaiovs Joseph Ant - ""'- 11 - 3 ed. Niese ; they gave name to their region, which was, substantially, Anti-Lebanon, cf. rijs 'irovpaias Km TpaxmpiTiSos X&pas Lukeg 1 ; on "WB* and (later) n.pr.terr. Jturaea, v. esp. GASm' " 01 *-" 4 * and reff. t [t£^)L3] vb. rush, dart (Aram, un^ , WO _/fy)_only Qal Impf !?3K ^ B%SJ "1B03 Jb 9 s6 like a vidture, which rusheth upon its food (sim. of swiftly passing days of Job's life). t [771120] vb. burl, sboot (NH id.; Ar. ^ia spread, extend, carry far with, e. g. a ball Lane ,832c )— only Fil. Ft. (Ges' 75B18 ) pi. cstr. «^ "inB03 pmn Gn 2i 16 (E), lit. making dis- tant like shooters of a bow = about a bowshot off.

niDEltt 

T[nnu] vb. be besmeared — only Qal Pf. 3 ms. DT|»yj niN-)D no Is 44 18 their eyes have been besmeared so that they dt not see, v. Di Du, and on sg. c. subj. pi. Ges * 14S - 7 »; others regard no as metaplastic pointing for nB, fr. nits, v. Sta !385d . T L n^?J v ' > - grind (NH crush, olives, etc.; Aram. ^J, }DB grind; Ar. ^i.L grind; Eth. Tftlti polenta, farina hord«ce/) (so Aram. NJli n B, )»<£^)— chiefly Qr for Kt D^SV, <$■», hemor- rhoids : viz. CnhB Dt 2 8 27 1 S 5 6912 ; 3HJ nhB 6 4 ; D3"l.np njinf 6 s ; twice it has found its way into the Kt 3r*n **? 6 17 , DnnhB ^ 6"; We Sam. 27 n. c £ Q. " Urschrift 406 1 ^jJOtO (perh. -/of foil.; meaning dub.; Dl p "«  comp. As. tatdpu, surround, encircle; Thes Di prop. VS]1D (cf. Ar. i__iQj go around), whence nWWD=mBOBD; Kn.,foll. by Klein »™>™-™ al., assumes v^BB tap, strike, comp.tn-ry/ui, and thinks of actual sign or mark in the flesh as orig. meant). tniDJpitt n.f. pi. bands (NH nBBiB; Aram. KHBBiB, and esp. pi. PBB1B id) — alw. iawrf*, frontlet-bands, between the eyes (|| T ?V rfX ; cf. T^S i' 3 *"?* Exi 3 9 || id.); fig. of dedication of firstborn T*» P 3 n'BOio|> . . . n$H] Ex I3 16 (JE); of commandments of', lol> vV.1 Dt ii m and HBObb W) Dt6 8 .— This injunction, orig. fig. for perpetual remembrance (otherwise Kn, and Klein 1 - c -""-,vid. supr.,Benz Archm Now Aroh - LIS4 ), was taken literally by later Jews, and hence the custom of wearing phylacteries; v.Di(onExi 3 16 )Winer KK Ei HWB (art.Z)mfee«e/) Smith Dlrt - B11 '-(art. Frontlets) Sta ZAW18M ' sm - slT . rrrp v. sub mo. tD^B v. sub Dtt. nT'ID v. sub mo. T • t? v. sub i. W>o. t [N 7 D] vb. patch, spot (NH id., patch)— Qal PC ;;o»s. wbo Gnao 32 - 3233 ; pi. D"&6o v 3539 ; niN^o Ez 16 16 ; nt6o Gn 30 35 ; chiefly of spotted, variegated sheep and goats (Jacob & Laban); ppj, D"«PJ Gi^o 3 - 32 - 33 - 35 ; || DHpj? Gn 30 35 ; || both, v 39 (all J); of high places, variegated (gaily- coloured shrines) Ez 16 16 . Pu. Pt. rfo&OD patched, of sandals Jos 9 s (JE). fl. D , ^?ip n.pr.loc. c. art. 'tWJ, place where Saul mustered his forces 1 S 1 5*, prob. = 0^0 q.v. . D^N . p v. following. !7 7tt (./of foil.; mng.dub.; Ar. jJJ., JJ, is ft'e o /ami to a stake, confine; Syr. Jli is »*«&« young, both appar. denom.; Lag Armen - s,ud - 12229 finds earlier form of Hptp in Armenian). trrrt3 n.m. 187 "lamb (NHid.,Za»7i6y Aram. NvO lamb, youth, MT^D jfjVZ, I^^j Joy, jr ?t</t, JkL^} etrf (cf. Mk 5" @); Ar. ^L yown? of cloven-footed animals, esp. young gazelle Horn sszb N e( ]j tully, male lamb, Doughty Ar * b - DeKrt - i.«9,n.«9. Eth (nfcjiock of goats, goat, kid)— 3 ?0 n .?9 1 & 7 s sucking lamb (for burnt-offering); in prediction <JTV H^BI 3NJ I s 6$* wolf § lamb shall feed; DWO pi. of foregoing, only Is 40 11 in metaph. of '» shepherding his people. rrvh® v. sub So. I- 7/D(v of foil.; mng. dub.; perh. denom. are Ar. JL (the sky) rained fine rain; Eth. mrt: be (moist), fat, 11. fertilize). t7Bn.m.' u «• "night-mist.dew (NH i>0 dew; Aram. JL^, N?0 rf gM , ; Ar. ji %/t< rain, dew; Eth. mA: detc)- 'o abs. 1 S i 2, + 12 t.; ^ Ju 6' 3 + 9 t; cstr. ^0 Gn27 28 + 4 t.; sf.^O Iaa&*, D?0Zc 8 12 ; — night-mist, taking place of our dew (v. Che Is 1 8" & f 1 1 o 3 ; Lane 1862 , Neil Pal - K,plored 129 ); as coming from the sky and bringing fer- tility, W#n ba Gn 27 s8 (God gives it, jn3), & v 39 ( + ?>»), cf. Dt 33 s8 (heavens distil it, spy), Hg i 10 Zc 8 12 (heavens give it, JDJ) ; in Dt 33 13 rd. perh. bvo for ^SO (v. || Gn 49 25 and Di) ; clouds distil it (ejjn) Pr 3 20 ; sq. b$, it descends (IT) upon the camp Nun 9 (JE); it is upon the ground Ju 6 39 - 40 , cf. 2 S I 21 ( + 10D); upon the fleece Ju 6 37 ; is wrung out (po) of the fleece v 38 ; remains through the night (jib) Jb 29 19 , cf. 'tan ro:e> the lying of dew = the dew lying Ex i6 13,4 (P; it goes up (r6j?) in morning); it is in drops ^O «JflJ T>bin n? JbsS 28 ; covers the head of one out at night Ct 5 2 ; it comes (nvi) byword of prophet 1 K 17 1 ( + 10D); sim. of stealthy approach nDlXrr^ ban b'S] T.W3 2 S 17 12 ; sim. denoting welcome and gentle re- freshment, of speech, which distils (bti) like it Dt 32 s (poem; || D'TVf, D , ? , ?l); of fraternal unity liO"in b0| ^ 133 3 (^y TP); of king's favour Pr 1 9 12 (by); of Vg kindness Ho 14 6 ; ?0 3V3 Isi8 4 like a mist-cloud, of Vs quiet watching ; of Jacob's influence among nations Mi 5 6 ("• nam 'o ; l|D , ? ,| 3-i); ^o n*rfa ba Is 26" a dew of light is thy dew (v. 1. iT^K, p. 2i b supr.and Baud s,uds<!mE « , "- 2Mt ); as transitory, Tp'n D'SfO bo? Ho 6 4 like the dew early depart- ing, so i3 3 (both|pp,3"f?J|); fig. of young warriors of king established by with flashing weapons, like dewdrops IffW ?0 ^ no 3 . til. [<^7~] vb. cover over, roof, Aram, loan-word, v. P^V (^^vj cover over, esp. put on roof*%j$ roof areyij : so Palm. v. Eut SBAk '

      • ■<**)— only Pi. Zmp/. 3 ms. sf. «$>D<1 Ne 3 15

he built it (kept on building it, i.e. a city-gate) and covered it over (laid timbers to cover it, cf. WflHg they laid its timbers v 36 ; v. also T~p 7X3 Gn 1 9 8 in ilie shadow of my roof). D7tD (-/of foil.; perh. cf. Ar. !&; Aram. Q?0, »i£^ ; Eth. mrtfl D : all ojyrress, injure; in this case D?0, JtapO will be Aramaic names, since k=Heb. v). t Q7p n.pr.loc. et pers. 1. n.pr.loc. in the Negeb of Judah, Jos i5 ,4 = D*tt?I3 I S 15 4 , rd. perh. DN^>B We Dr. We rds. D^P also for itT'ln 1 S 15 7 , cf. Dr. 2. n.pr.m. one of the porters Ezr 1 o 24 . ' jib -12, once TO^?0 n.pr.m. name of porters. 1. iCho 17 Ezr2 42 =Ne 7 45 . 2. Ne u* ia u (flcfo). ti. ^*'r*p ▼!>• be or become unclean (Nil Pi. pollute (ceremonially) ; Aram. NOB nnd esp. deriv., |u*^ Pa. pollute; v. RS K3W ' ft )— Qal Pf 3 ms. '0 Lvil^+zz t.; 3 fs. flNDO 12 2 + 2t.; 2 fs. n«pp Ez22 4 ; pi. WDB Lvi 5 18 ; 7»»p/. NOB? Lv 5 3 + 34 t.; 3 fs. NDBFI i2 2 + 4 1.; pi. «tBO< f io6 3J ; /w/. nNOB Lv i5 32 + 6 t.;— be or become unclean : 1. sexually, c. 3 Lv 18 2023 (H),Ez2 3 17 ; the land Lv i8 2527 (H). ' 2. reli- giously, with idols Ez 2 2 3 ; c. 3 v 4 ; with necro- mancers Lv 19 31 (H); by sacrificing children to idols jr 106 39 . 3. ceremonially, by contact with carcasses of unclean animals Lv 1 i 24 - 2 ?- 28 - 31 - MMMMMMMp). any carcass i7 13 (H); eating of a carcass 2 2 8 (H); by issues I5* UMMM ' JB (P); by contact with an unclean man 5 s I5 4 (P), 22 s (H), or thing 22 6 (H); by leprosy i 3 "-<« r4 *i-«  (P); by contact with the dead Nu 6 12 i9 20 (P), Ez 44 25 , or with one unclean by such contact Nu 1 c; 22 (P), Hg 2 1313 ; by contact with creeping things Lv 22 s (H); certain animals were alw. unclean 1 1 2627 (P). In ordinary cases of un- cleanness 3"iyn 15? NOB unclean till even Lv j ,24.25.27.28.31.32.39.40.40 j .46 j ,.5.6.7.8.10.10.11.16.17.18.19.21.22.23.27 Nui9 7 - 8 - 1M, - !S (allP), Lvi7 15 22 6 (H); but un- cleanness lasted 7 days for woman bearing a son Lv 1 2" (P), for man lying with woman having an issue 1 5 24 (P), or one coming in contact with the dead Nu i 9 " 1416 (P); it lasted 14 days for a woman bearing a daughter Lv 1 2 5 (P). Niph. Pf. 3 ms. NOOJ Ho 5 3 6 10 ; 3 fs. nNDp:> Nu 5 M ; nwrip? 5 13 + 5 t.; 1 s. 'nNCBJ j e2 ^ ; 2 m.pl. DflOB? Lv 1 1 43 (X omitted by scribal error ; but Ges al. derive from noo), etc. + 4 t. pf.; Pt. pi. D'NDB? Ez 20 3031 ;— defile oneself, be defiled: 1. sexually, Lv 1 8 s4 (H), Nu 5 1 " 414 - 20 - 27 - 2829 (P). 2. by idolatry conceived as whore- dom Ho 5 3 6 10 Je 2 s3 Ez 2 o 30MM 23 71330 . 3. ceremonially, by eating creeping things Lv 1 1 43 . 4. be regarded as unclean (cf. Pi. 4), prob. yvpDJ Jb 18 3 we are accounted as unclean; metapl. form ; on another view v. HOD. Pi. Pf NOO Gn 34 5 + 15 t.; sf. >KBB Lv I3 8 4- 3 t.; 2 fs. nNBB EZ5 11 , etc. + 7 t. Pf.; Impf NOO^ 2 K 2 3 8 , etc. + 1 2 t. Impf. ; Imv. pi. 1NOO Ez o 7 ; Inf.WBQ Lvi3 44 +2t.; sf. DNBB i 5 3 ete.+

Nr2to

t. Inf.;— defile : 1. sexually Gn 34 s1327 (R), 

Ez 18 6 " 15 22 11 33 M ; the land by sexual impuri- ties of the people Lv 18 28 (H); Isr. by spiritual whoredom EZ23 17 . 2. religiously: the land, by bloodshed Nu 35 s4 (P) ; by allowing the dead bcdy of the murderer to hang on the tree over night Dt 2 1 23 ; by idolatry Je 2" Ez 36 1718 ; Isr. defiled the sacred places by the sacrifice of children Lv 20 3 (H), Ez 23 s1 , and God defiled him thereby 20 20 ; he defileth the sacred places by idolatry 2 Ch 36 14 Je 7 30 =32 34 , Ez 5 11 ; the holy name of '» 43 7 ' 8 ; Josiah defiled the idola- trous places of worship by destroying them and making them unfit for use 2 K 23 8101316 ; of Isr. defiling idolatrous images Is 30 22 , and the na- tions the temple of God iff 79 1 . 3. ceremo- nially: by ceremonial uncleanness, the sacred places LV15 31 Nui9 13M (P); the camp Nu 5 s (P); the temple by dead bodies EZ9 7 ; the Nazirite's head of separation by a death oc- curring in his presence Nu 6 9 (P) ; the people defile themselves (DSTIB'SJ) by creeping things Lv n 44 (P). 4. pronounce or declare cere- monially unclean : the leper Lv ij*«>JUMUW. .44.44.59 (p). unc l eftn an j ma l s 2 CT 5 (H). PH. It. ™»00 t& »B>M Ez 4 14 myself is not polluted. Hithp. Impf NOB? Lv2i' + 4 t.; pi. 'Nop? Ezi 4 "37 23 ;««p:Ho9 4 Ez44 23 ,etc. + 6t.Impf.; — reflexive, defile oneself: by eating of an unac- cepted peace-offering H09 4 ; c. 3 Lv i8 2430 (H), n 43 (P), Ez 14" 20 718 37 s3 ; 0. i» for a dead person Lv2i l:u, (H), Nu 6 7 (P); 6yLvn 24 (P); without prep. 2 1 4 (H), Ez 44 s5 . Hothp. Pf nNrspn T0j nriN Dt 24 4 after that she has been defiled (sexually) ; on form v. Ges {54,3 . tn. N^tt adj. unclean ;— 'D Lv 5 2 + 58 t.; cstr. NOO 2 2 4 + 3 t.; f. HNDB 5 2 +iit.; cstr. n«pp Ez22 510 ; pi. D'NOB Lv n 8 +iot.;— unclean, 1. ethically and religiously D'nsb' 'o Is 6 55 unclean of lips; Dt?n r D Ez 22 5 defiled of name, infamous; 'BO lino Jb 14 4 . 2. ritually : a. of persons, ||linu Dt 12 1522 15 22 Ec 9 2 ; &q: 'd Lv 2 2 4 (H); (DIN) WsJ? 'O unclean for a (dead) person Nu 5 2 9 6710 (P) = B>BJ 'D Hg 2 13 ; elsewh. for various reasons Dt 26 14 ; Lv I5 2.25.33 Nu I9l3 .17.19.M.22 ^ aU J>) Is 64 s Ez 4 13 22 10 La 4 15 . b. of ' 13 2 Ch 23 .36.44.45.45.46 j . 4.5.6.7.8.26.27.28.29.31 , ,- 1 1.27 animals Lv 5**** Nui8 15 (allP),Lv20 23 - 25 (H),Dt I 4 7 - 81019 . c. of things in gen. Lv 1 1 35 - 3338 15 26 Nu 19 15 (all P), Is 52"; food Ju 13 4 Ho 9 3 ; houses Je 19 13 ; leprosy Lv i 3 '«'« i 4 «- 57 (P); offering Hg 2 !4 . d. persons and things in general NOO 73 Lv7 19 - 21 (P); imon p, 'on pa b-~an Lvio'° P!NQI2

ii 47 ; -»no!> 'o(n) pa jmvi Ez 22 s6 44 s3 ; of aliens Is 52 1 (|| ?">V)> perhaps also 35 s . 3. specif, of places : '0 DIpD unclean place (place of refuse away frcm holy place and human habitation) Lv I4 «o-«.« (P); px nNOO land on the east of the Jordnu separated from the land of the tabernacle of "» Jos 22" (P) ; so '0 HOIK a foreign land Am 7". triN^ip n.f. uncleanness ; — abs. 'o Nu 5 19 + 4 t.; T cstr. mt?B Lv 5 3 + 4 t.; sf. ^riKDO Ez 2 2 U + 2 1. etc., + 1 8 1. sfs. ; pi. riKDO Lv i 6 1619 ; sf. D3 , n'lNDt3 Ez 36 s1 - 29 ; DnkDD Lv 16 16 ;— 1. sexual Nu 5 19 (P), La i*. 2. of a foul or filthy mass Ez 24" (in a caldron), 2 Ch 20 16 (in the temple). 3. ethical and religious Lv 16 16 (P), Ez 22 15 24 13 39 24 ; 'bo en-n by naa Lv i6> 6 (P); '00 B«ip Lv 16" (P); 'oo nno Ez24 13 36 s5 ; 'o ^30 JTChn 36 :9 ; 'Oil nil wncZeaw spirit, which inspired the prophets to lie Zc 1 3 s . 4. ritual, of men Lv 5" 7 2021 14' I 5 3.3.31.31 Nuiq 13 (all P), Lv 22 3S (H); of women 2 S 1 1 4 ; 3??S nriKOtSD rxhj&fi torn my v. Dr; a time favour- able to conception RS K276 ; Lv is 252630 (P), 18" (H), Ez 36 17 ; of meats Ju 1 3"*. 5. local, of the nations Ezr 6 21 9". tnNEtt n.f. uncleanness (nNDD, Baer, seems to rest upon a misinterpretation of the form) Mi 2 10 (so Thes MV SS); of ethical un- cleanness, from wrong-doing. t[nDO] vb. only Niph. Pf. WOO? we are stopped up, stupid Jb 1 8 3 so Thes MV Di De Z6 (Aram. 000 , DODO stop up (e. g. of ear or heart), r»v>j , etc., and deriv.; Ar. "^afill or choke up); S3 Ew Hgst AV EV Da SS take it as metaplastic for '3X003 we are regarded as unclean, see Ew* 198b Ko'-"' 4 ; © rds. Un?"l3 <7f (TtunrjKaftev ; X "JVOO. • t V2 HO vb. hide, conceal, esp. in earth (NH id.; whence perh. Aram. JOO keep, preserve; cf. Ar.^i> bury,hid# (loan-word Fra 137 ); Aram.

    • 4 , TOO id);— Qal Pf. JOO ^ 35 8 + 2 t etc.;

Imp/. }bp>1 Gn 35 4 , etc.; Imv. sf. VUOtp J e 13 4 ; tJJDB Jb'40 13 ; Inf. cstr. fiCo!> Jb3> ^64°; Pt.pass. pop Jb 3 16 + 3 t.; rWOO Josy 22 ; pi. D'JDp J087 21 ; cstr. WC Dt 33 19 ';— 1. A«fe, c. ace. Gn 3 5 4 (E), Ex 2 12 (E ; dead body in sand ), Jos 2 6 (JE; spies under flax-stalks), Jos 7 2122 (JE; Achan's theft), Je 13 45 " (Jer.'s girdle), 43" 10 (stones at Tahpanhes); hide, bury hand in dish (nr^X) Pr 19 54 26 15 (of by} the sluggard); bs: POO Jb 3 16 hidden abortion, i.e. a lifeless child at once buried; Sn *3100 'JBfc> Dt 33" (poem); of hiding iniquity y Jb3i 33 ; hiding the wicked in the dust "&y Jb 40 13 . 2. often of hiding, concealing, secretly laying a snare HBH ^ 9 16

8 , sq. ^ 3 1 6 ; D*flft "D^ 3s 7 ; na S q. *? 140 6 
4 ; sq. ^r6 Je 18 22 ; bn Jb 18 10 ; D'typio 

^ 64*. 3. pOO that which is darkened^- darkness, Jb 4 o 13 nearly = *MNf: '03 BOq D.TJD fttraa* </ie?r /aces in darkness (i.e. the wicked); hide = reserve Jb 20 26 «ZJ darkness is held in reserve for his treasures, i. e. all calamities are stored up for them. Niph. Imv. 1QV| jppn " *ina 'JEO Is 2" hide thyself in the dust, from before the terror of Hiph. (or Qal? Ba ZMG 1889,180) J mp J y DD ,, ^ „ R ^8.8 Qnd ^ wen< a»wf Aid (it), i.e. plunder fr. Aram. camp. T pOtO?2 n.m. hidden treasure, treasure; — abs. ftapp G1143 23 ; pi. D^OOp Je 4 i 8 Pr2 4 ; D^OOp'jb 3 21 ; cstr. 'JDOD Is 45 s ; (Aidden) treasure Gn 43° (of money in sacks); 'JPPP D'lricp IS45 3 (i.e. treasures now hidden in secret places, shall become spoil of Cyrus; || ntrn nrww), Je 41 8 , appos. tptf nnyb> d-pn BOl ; in compar. Jb 3 21 (longing for death more than for treasure), Pr 2 4 (wisdom sought for like treasure). KJD (Vol foil.; Ph. two is «e« «p, era;*, also offer, present, ace. to DHM in MV 10 , 983). tWSD n.m. 1 " 28 ' 5 basket (NH '30 is a large metal vessel)— abs. MB Dt 26 4 , KID v 2 ; sf. ""JlgB 28 517 ; in all a receptacle for products of soil (inlasttwo||n^p). t [*]}&] vb. soil, defile (NH Pi. id.; Aram. Pa. "BO, *i& As. tawd/w 11, 1, Dl PrS3 ' HWB3<8 ; Ar. ■ '•>•_}• is 6e suspicious, be intrinsically cor- rupt) — Pi. Impf. DE3P^ Ct5 3 how should I soil ilvem, i.e. my feet (poet. Aramaism). I" [nytO] vb. wander, stray (NH id., err; Aram. K^?B, Uty; Ar. ^Jle exceed just limit, be immoderate, extravagant, i.~cll> one wlw de- viates from right way; Eth. flP'Vi apostasy, superstition, idolatry) — Qal Pt. f. '1 T 5fb(3) Ct 1 7 like a wandering (vagrant) woman, for MT iTOjra ace. to <S Sym. X SQ Bo Hi Gr al. Hiph. P/'OyjlN WOn Ez 13 10 fig., they have ledastray my people. f PJ*JJ vb. taste, perceive (NHt'rf.; Aram. oj£^, D^JJO taste; As. n. temU, sense, command, BJfO

PP Zim Br *> Lyon 8 *™ " 161 " CT Asrb *■"""■ '"' * ; Ar. 1*£ ea<, tos<«, examine by tasting; Eth. TOff": /mO<n>: taste, examine by tasting, etc.) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'B i 8 14 24 ; 3 fs. flBjn Pr 3 i> 9 ; 1 s. V»S9 1 S i 4 »-« ; /mp/. 3 ms . byO? 1 S I9 S6 + 2 t; 1 s. DJJBK 2 S 3 K ; 3 mpl. «jflp*; Jon 3 7 ; JW mpl. 1BJJB + 34 »; in/. a&s. I*? 1 S 14 43 ; — 1. taste, of eating in small quantity, sq. ace. &n£ 1 S i4 24 , «to Byn v 29 , so v 43 ('nopo DyB); HDIND-b IS Dr£> 2 S 3 s5 ; flBWD Jon 3 7 . 2. of sense of taste, obj. 7^V)io i>3N Xte-nK nn^s 2 S 19 36 ; so b>Tyip $3fc -jn Jb 12 11 ; ijn »!gj> DyB? 34 3 . 3. fig. Pr 3 i 18 she tasteth that her gain is good (obj. cl. c. '?), i.e. she ex- periences that her trade is profitable ; so 'OJH3 mrp ate""*? WW f 34 9 ta«<e ye awd see that '•> is good. t QV6 n.m. J '* ul taste, judgment— 'B abs. Jb 6 6 ^ 1 19 66 ; fiyo Pr 1 i M 26 18 ; cstr. DVB Nu ii 8 +2t.; sf.ioyDExi6 3 ' + 4t.;'n»VBiS25 33 ; —1. taste of manna Ex 16 81 (P), Nu n 8 (JE), cf. v 8 ; in juice of purslain Jb 6 6 ; of Moab under fig. of wine Je 48 11 (|| [J*J). 2. fig. judgment, discretion, discernment, 1 S 25 s3 Pr 1 1 22 Jb 1 2 20 , so *}T$ nyii nya aid ^ 1 1 9 <* ; 'b ^en? p r 26 16 <Ao#e answering discretion, i.e. discreetly; ruts' DyB change, disguise one's judgment, sense I S 2 1 13 ■</<■ 34 1 , of David feigning madness. 3. (late Aramaism, cf. Dn 3 10 etc.) decision, decree V^lM rbo DyB Jon 3 7 . "I" [DJN273] n.m. only pi. tasty or savoury food, dainties— D'tsyBD Gn 2 j******* (all J); sf. vrrtsyoo Pr 23 3 ; vribyoo v 6 . f I. [jy B] vb. load (NH id. ; Aram. ^, !J?9, J$?t3 carry, also tooa") — Qal Imv. «J?B D9'TJ)a-h« Gn 45 17 (E) foarf yowr &eas<«. fll. []P&] vb. pierce • (Aram. Pa. fJ?B •pierce; Ar. ^ji fierce, wound, goad — only Pu. PL Sip "?.ybD Is 14" iAose pierced! wt*A a sword. ^B v. sub SJBB. ' [PTau] vb. extend, spread (Ar. l£i> Je full to overflowing, abound,; Aram. u»3j extend, spread; NniBB a «<ep, foot-length; NH l"ISB a span (cf. nDB infr.))— Pi. i>/. nriEB Is 4 8 13 ;

  • RTIgD La 2 22 ; — 1. spread out the heavens IS48 13

(|| pK KIP?.)- 2. denom. fr. I"IBB carry o» the 2>alms, dandle La 2 22 (|| W2n i Aave brought up, reared). tDYEB n.[m.] pi. abstr. dandling, ^>?.y 'B La 2 20 .' TpIDip n.[m.] 1. a span, hand-breadth ; 2. coping (?); — 1. a span, hand-breadth, l"IBB 1 K7 26 =2 Ch 4 5 of thickness of the molten sea; pi. rrtnSB i/a 39 6 (a few) hand-breadtlts are my days. 2. architectural term, perh. coping, ninsDrny idbim j k 7'. tpIDb n.m. Ez40 ' 43 span, hand-breadth — alw. abs. HSB Ex 25 2S 37" (both P), width of border of table in tabernacle; Ez 40 s 43" addit.to common cubit; EZ40 43 width of border (ledge) of four tables in new temple (Sm Co). tnTTOKJia n.f. cloak, abs. ~f^ ririSBBn ?|$y Ku 3 15 ; pi. ninEBtsn i 8 322. t L 5?*"J vb. smear or plaster (over), stick, glue (NH id., besmear, plaster; Aram. ?BB id., fig. attack ; Nj'BB mortar ; %aj[ defile ; As. tap&lu, besmear (!), Dl Prl8 ' HWB )— Qal Pf. 3 pi. I^SB yj, 119 69 ; Impf 2 ms. »B*j Jb 14"; P«. pi.' cstr. ^B'B Jb 13 4 ;— DHT TJ3J? ^5? ^3B i/' 119 s9 insolent men have plastered falsehood over me, ' making his real character unre- cognisable' (De); ~§& vBB Jb 13 4 ye are falsehood-plasterers (|| 7?^ ^ si| ); cf. As. amdt taikirti tdpilti Ullusum, a speech of falsehood besmearing Ullusum, Dl Pr48 ; Vfafa %tjK) Jb 1 4 17 and thou hast glued over mine iniquity, i. e. glued it up, for safe keeping against the day of reckoning (|| ^3 "Hisa DrPI). T^DCID n.[m.] scribe, marshal (if meaning correct, then As. loan-word, ir.dupsarru, tablet- writer, scribe, v. Len L,m8UePr,mltdellCh,ld ^ 365 Schr C0T on Je 5 1 27 , Lotz w 18 ° ; dupsarru, ace. to Dl HWB227 )— pi. sf. IpDBB Na 3 17 (as if fr. 1DSB) thy scribes, marshals, of high officials of Nineveh ; abs.sg.^DBB nvy Hp3 Je5 1 21 appoint a marshal against her, 1. e. against Babylon. — On military function of those skilled in writing cO^B*. t ['"jDu] vb. trip, take quick little steps (cf. Ar. i_il> pass by quickly, i_;lll> light, brisk, quick, of horse ; poss. cf. Syr. >aAsJ flicker) —Qal Inf. abs. *|BB Is 3 16 njabri t]BB1 ^bn, of women of Jerusalem. F]T3 42 n.m. coll. children (as going with quick, tripping steps; Eth. m^?: Di 1251 ) — ^B Je 4 i 16 + 1 1 1.; tlB Je 4 o 7 + 5 t,; sf. «BB Gn 43 s trots

fpB + 5t.;D3BBGn45 ,9 +iot.;DEt?Gn 3 4 ; ' + 6t.; never cstr. and never pi. (in Gn 4 7 24 om. ©, cf. Di); — children, little ones, Gn 34 s9 (E) + 18 t. JE (Gn Ex Nu), also Dt i M + 8 t. D (incl. Jos i 1 ^ 35 ); PoniyNu3i' 1718 ,where note «|JS3 "at

17 = young boys, and D't^JS *)t2n  l8 =.young 

girls; also Ju 18 21 21 10 2 S15 22 Je40 7 41 16 43 s Ez 9 6 2 Ch20 ,s 3 r 18 Ezr8 21 Est 3 13 8"; the words *]$-) D'iWI D<nB Dt 2 s4 3 s incl. all inhabi- tants; so Iff?) dV??] O'B'JK Dt3i 12 Je40 7 43 6 ; IB distinguished from nWn* 11113 Ez 9"; also from DTJ3 2 Ch 20", and from Dil*#J» DfVja 2CI131' 18 .' T CEt3 vb. be gross (N H Hithp. grow stupid, and deriv.; Aram. B*?B, for Heb. [B^ Is 6", Ithp. be stupid; cf. As. tapdsu, be abundant, ^a)•^e,Guy JA81883 • A< " 1, - 8,!,,, • 189 )— metaph. 3^113 B>BB D3p |r 1 1 9 70 <A«tr ^eart i« gross, like fat. TPEtS n.pr.f. daughter of Solomon, & wife of 3i:<3N-;3 1 K 4 11 . T L ' J~J v b. pursue, chase, be continuous (Ar. YJe pursue; II. prolong one's voice ; viii. continue uninterruptedly ; As. tarddu, drive away C0T Gl0M , bo Aram, j^, TH3)— only Qal .P*. ac<. Tib S|JT1 Pr 19 18 a continuous dripping, dropping, i. e. one in which one drop pursues another; so Tito "I 27 15 ; in both sim. of a contentious woman. TTU3Q n.pr.f. mother-in-law of Hadar (Hadad) Gn 36™ ® Morp(a)«(«)fl (© here, not in Ch, makes 'B son of Mezahab, i.e. n.pr.m.) = I Ch I 60 , © Marpa8, Marptjd. HID (-/of foil.; cf. Ar.jji, ^JL be fresh, juicy, moist; Eth. T<J-A raw). t["ni2] adj. fresh, only fs. n»1B /> M A, nno Itoq-inb J u 1 5 15 the fresh jawbone of an ass, i.e. not yet dry and brittle; 'B H3D Is i 6 fresh, raw wound, not yet healed or even treated (so Ges Ew Brd Di Du ; festering De Che). t [TH^?] ▼!>. toil, be burdened (NH id., toil, Hiph. weary, importune; Aram. TIB toil, etc.; Ar. —Jit, is cast, throw, remove) — Hiph. Impf. 35/ rrytSt na-PiK Jb 37 11 he burdeneth with moisture the cloud(s). +mi3 n.m. burden, fi ? ., rTTbfr ^S> Wl

tC*} WNp? Is 1 u they are become a burden on

me, I am weary of bearing; D3n"lB Kfe/K na'W Dtl 1! ( + D33ni D3N^D) how can I bear Ce burden of you ? D")P M , once(Ru 3 14 Kt) DllO, adv. of time, not yet, ere, before that (diriv. un- known: not found in cogn. languages) — con- strued mostly with the impf. (with the pf. only G11 2 4 15 (v 46 impf.), 1 S 3 7a (v b impf.), and BJM ^ 90 2 Pr8 25 ): — l.t^Tl^inanindependentsentence, not yet, Gn 2 6 and all the plants of the field )'"1N3 JTIT DIB were not yet in the earth, etc., 1 9 4 naB" DIB not yet had they lain down, when etc., 24 ,5 - 4S Nu 1 1 33 Jos 2 8 1 S 3 s "; of present time, EX9 30 io 7 inn D1BH dost thou not yet know, etc. 1 ; in a subord. clause, ere, beftre that, Ex 12 34 they took their dough fDIT DIB before it was leavened, Jos 3 1 ■>//■ 1 19 67 ; of future time IS65 24 . More frequently 9. O'jBa „, with the same force : of past time, Gn 27 s3 I ate of all N371 D"lB3 before thou earnest, 37 18 41 s0 Ju 14 18 1 S 2 15 Je I s 47 1 Ez 16 67 ; ^ 90 2 Pr 8 25 (both with pf.); more oft. of pres. or fut., as Gn 2 7 4 niBK D1B3 before I die(so45 28 ,cf.f 39 14 Jb io 21 ), Lv 14 86 Dt 3 1 21 1 S 9 13 2 K 2 9 Is 7 16 4 2 9 4 8 5 Je 13 16 ; the impf. with a freq. force, Ex 1" before the midwife cometh, they are wont to bear, Ru 3 14 Pr 18 13 . Pleou. *& DIBS Zp 2 2 - 2 . Construed with a subst. in the gen., tlsi7 14 -Ij5'3 01123= ere morning, 28 4 f& EHB3; with an inf. tZp 2 2 " (but rd. here with © We t& D1B3 13*? p83 |Vnn, without Di' before ye become as chaff passing away '). 3. t E"!)BB Hg 2 18 (sq. inf.) |3K DVtt> D1BB from before the laying of one stone upon another, etc. T*J JU vb. tear, rend, pluck (NH id., esp. of wild beasts ; Aram. TiB tear, seize, esp. of cred- itors; XB^IB torn fieah or animal; Ar. ^_ji depasture, said of camel) — Qali 3 / IIB Jb 16 9 ; TO Ho 6 1 , etc.; Impf. «|*ttp; + f; epB>1 Am i u (but v. infr.); ^JB» Gn 49 s7 '; epDK H05" +5°* 2 ; Inf. spoj) V 1 7 12 ; Ft. act. Tib jb 18 4 , etc.;— tear rend, of wild beasts, Gn 37 s3 (J), 44 s8 (J ; inf. abs. c. Pu. q. v.), Ex 22 12 (JE ; inf. abs. c. XTiph. q.v.) Elsewh.only in sim. and metaph.; sim. of Gad's fierceness Dt33 20 (like a lioness, poem) ; so of Benjamin Gn 49 s7 (as a wolf, poem) ; of the remnant of Jacob, like a young lion among sheep, T^BI. DB1 Mi 5 7 ; of the wicked, yjf i7 12 (lion), 7 s obj. 'B'W (like a lion); 22 14 psalmist's foes like lion (||3NB'); Ez 22 26 (T39 W*)i princes likewolvesv 27 (^.); metaph. of Israel's princes, like young lion i9 36 (c. ^IB fpa

w ace. cogn.); of Nineveh's king Na 2" (as lion); of God's treatment of the wicked Ho 5 14 (like a lion), ^ 50 22 ; subj. wrath of God (^K) con- ceived as assailing Job, Jbi6* his wrath teareth and persecute* h me; cf. UNET1 1^,0 Ho 6' subj. N ((J «K>3n:i rl; on tenses v. Dj.lM^iin.mn.1). gubj.'aiiger of Edom (abs.) Am i 11 , but rd. perlOfe^ ior *pt?;i and he ke/4 his anger perpetually, so 01 on ^ i03 9 We; i3{<3 itfs? Ifijb, sa id of Job by Bildad Jb 18 4 . Niph. Impf. of animal torn (by wild beasts) "Hf'Il'H? Ex22 12 (JE); T«£ also in prediction of judgment on people of Jerusalem Je 5". Pn. Pf. *tff> «llb tpo Gnu™ (3) Joseph has certainly been torn in pieces; cf. 'pto'D 44™ (J). Hiph. Imv. ma. sf., note esp. 2nd ace. Bnj, VI D ^ ^S"lt3n p r 30 8 let me devour my ap- pointed bread (of men, late; cf. *P 31 15 , and fm* Mais*). Trqtp adj. fresh-plucked (Aram. J-Si^, KEHb )w t leaf)— V,^ nn n.^y Gn 8" (J) a fresh plucked olive leaf. tfJTia n.m. Sasl prey, food; leaf ;— 'fJB Gn 49 9 + 5 *nP T Jb 4 n + ; sf. WV Na2»; tena Is si 4 ; pi. cstr. H3"]t? Ez 17 9 ; — 1. prey of lion Am 3* Jb 4" 38 s9 jf 104 21 ; metaph. of Judah's conquests G1149 9 , Israel like lion Nu23 M (both poems in JE); of Assyrians Is 5 s9 ; of Nineveh and its king Na2 1314 3 1 ; Israel's princes (as young lion) Ezio 3 ' 6 ; sim. of false prophet (like lion) 22 s5 ; of princes of Judah v 27 ; sim. of s descending to battle, like lion Is 31 4 ; cf. |/- 76 s ciming down from mountains of prey (the lion's lair), but rd. perh. ny, cf. © Bi Che"""-; fig. of spoil of wicked Jb 29 17 , cf. yjr 124 6 . 2. food, of outcasts, under fig. of wild ass N"1B J b 24 s ; of human food (late) : for those who fear Godwin 5 ; for household Pr3 1 15 ; in '^'s house Mai 3 10 . 3. leaf, (cf. Gn 8") flTOS 'Q-ie Ez 1 7° metaph. of Judah. • nSmD n.f. animal torn (by wild beasts); torn flesh; — abs. 't3 Gn 31™ + 8 t. 1. animal torn (by wild beasts), of sheep and goats Gn3i 39 (E); ox, ass or sheep Ex 22 12 (JE; del. We Klrr on Am 3 12 , as gloss fr. Gn 31 39 ); indef. v 31 (JE; forbidden as food); commonly c. n?33 (i.e. what dies naturally) as forbidden food, Lv7 24 (P), 17" 2 2 8 (both H), Ez 4 14 44 31 ; torn flesh, in metaph. of Nineveh's king as < lion Na2 13 (