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

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3, v, .Sw, eighteenth letter; used as numeral 90 in posh B.Hellrew.

[.1333], .1333, [wig] v. m.

1 1:431; n.m.pl. a kind oflotua(Rhamuus (more exactly Zizyphm), Lotus [Linn], thorny lotus (not sacred Emmi; Lam); Sud. JD, cfiAW Do’w“,syi.l‘ll$,v.mwv-m);4b 4am.

]N3 (/of loll; DIM“ m op. Amelia, adj., good, docile ; The: (of. Lag‘m”) up. NE [as irpéflm'av from npoflnl’vm] ; As. génuzBH 1242, and 30 NH 121., Ml" In; Ar. 5}; I'Aid TelAm gzmm is Cumunitish mm. to Zim“"‘“"“"”; mm. «all. and perhaps Palm. luv).

1R2 n :1. con. 1. “m” (puss. m. v’“+, K6”""""‘, but duh, V'" c.vb.pr, lls usually; in I s :5" join agar will. $ip ; v. further Albr ZAW mummy.) man “ma, sheep “d mm, flock. flocks;i'¥ abs. Gn 4’+ , cstr. 29'+ ; sf. int! (4.; 1123!): Ex 10", ugllllr 4, 144“; as pl. WEN! Ne lo" van (1. H. Gi (not Bner ; very late, si Vern. 1.), etc.;—1. lit. a. mall cattle, usu. of sheep and goats in one flock (ll/all“E ""7) Gn 30"” +; sheep specified also 2 1’1"“? hwy), 3 I“(’1' '5‘SH; sheep only I st’(+ D'n’); 30m specified Gn :7“ Je 50“; ’y as yielding (1) animals for food Am 6‘ (WE), I S l4“ 2 S 12‘ Ne 51-4. ; '2 4. 44m (in aim.)' (2) wool Gn31"+ (v.93). rs); (slum/x =3 Dt32" (fl goats’ milk, cf. Pl' :7”); (4) sown . victims (hi 4‘ (J), an 3° Nu i5=(ill P), “w (E), De 12"" "+ofl.; so WW}? 133 E1 36’“, cf. “.153? “‘2le “‘32? Ne 10”; in gen as property (oft. +12% etc.) On 12“ 13‘ 24” J1) l" 42“+uft. (v. 3‘50 "- Wham); lzift 0n 20" 21'“ 38‘7 (swat). Di. I5" 2 Ch 17“; booty x S 15"“+. b. ’3 fits. of a. definite number of animals (i. e. as pl. of om); No Is 7", four Ex 2:” (larger numbers v. I S 2 5”“l Nu 3 1"“ Na 5“ J b l‘ 42" impel—viii. also 1;: 7 b; n',>::u_2, my, "lull; :22, mg“, m5. 2. aim. of multitude E2 36”“, cf. 4’ 107"; of children Jb 2]“; of dead, with death as shepherd 4:49“; of (shep- herdlesli) Iar. Nu 21'7 l K 22”=2 Ch [8“, Zn In“ 137, wandering in sin Is 53‘; of Int. led by " W77" 78“ 80“, of. Z: 9“ (on text. v. We Now); Ez 34“; oi In. in distress,




\lr 44”, cf. (of wicked) ’3 Je 12'; of wish tel-ed Bab. In x 3". s. mempll. of multitude, In)" ’3’ E2 36”; of Isr. 2 S 24‘7=l Ch 21“, Je 23‘“ E2 34‘, and esp. sustained fig. 34" + l 7 t. 34, also 74: “7'”; n‘l‘g‘s ’3 ([5 50" Emma ’1’ 13’"; of Ian under "’5 clue, $5 ‘7) fl _ l 70' 79" mo” E2 34“, also "Z ’5' ‘J' 95’(ll ‘1’ 5mm; rd.perh.‘|l'fly1l_9 'x, 51; :12, so Che 9.1.); m5 '2 Miy"; also in combinations: 'ch "Ml Je 25"“, “911': W zc "*7 @4me _ W“ (9.1! on“); orEzlom'vu Je 49*“ 50“.

mag n.pt.loc. Mi I" leaap [v], perh.= I}! in the Shephelah 0f J udah J as l 5", 2evvn(p). [343533] v. mp.

1‘[N33] vb. wage war, nerve (Salli. “fl wage uni; with, also 11. army, campaign HDmChnnJi-‘lCISILM,LQDHMVDH.E‘ Run an: (>fi-fl’r.) wage war; As. 9M1», man, soldier; Nan,“ ""‘m‘ 7“ nl. cp. (on amount of Sub. Eth. §) Ar. conceal mlfi hence lie in wait; this is phonetically suitable, but better in lung. would be ll; gn ur cm forth (against one), etc, so Thes Lagn'”; I‘ll-3im up. ymmg man) ;-—-in Pf. 3 mpl. #33 Ex 38‘ Zo u“; Impfl 3 mp1. Nu 3 if; Inf. cm. tray? 1531‘; Nu 4” 8"; PL. pl. D‘ 5' Nu 3x“ Is 29"; sf. we? Is mass“; 1m); tpL 11ng Ex 38'; his?! I S 2“;-—1. wage war. fight, 2. 5y ayainst, Nu 317(1)) 1929” 31‘21: i412, o. sf. 132970); abs. Nu 3:"(P). 2. mm at sacred tent, Leviies, c. MC. R?! Nu 4” s” (P); women Ex 38“ (P) is 2". mph. Pt. um um mm) 2 K 25'“=Js 52" "mater.

N23 n.m.”""" (poss. I. 1840‘ Du 8", but

i i a. v. Albr“""“"""‘; Bev'”) army, war, war-

time ;——~al:a.'¥ Nu13+ Z: 9" v. p. 663 a); cstr. Nu lc“+; sf. Jb 14“, J11 8" 9”; N59? w [03" 148’ (Kt may; 50 read prob. in both), eta; pl. hi“?! Nu 20‘+ 278 t; cstl'. hing: Ex 12"“ L; or. 7‘; Doing: 6"+ , elm—1. army, haat: a. organized for war .lu 8‘ 9”(J) 1534’ Jesx' 2 Ch 28‘; his but Nu 2%. io t. a (P), waxy} iw a“+ n t. 2, lo, 33‘ (P); ’3?! ‘9?! 31“(P); haw"? z 011 2 51; urn) 5‘5 x Ch 20' 2 all 26"; fit "1“;





I, u. :13 v. I, [L :23. N1!J

rns i Ch v 4 ; HMflrfe 2 S 3 23 io 7 1 Ch 19 8 2 Ch 26"; 'X(n) lb captain of (the) Ao«* Gn2i 2132 (E) 26 26 (J) Ju 4" 1 S 1 2 9 + 2 1 t. ; tax(n) »$> 1 K i 25 (but rd.-fe'), 1 Ch 25 1 26 26 2Ch 3 3"; 'X3 D^V 1CI112 22 ; niK3X(n) nfe'Dt 20 9 iK 2 5 1 Ch 27 s ; 'xn ttn iChi2 14 ; nixas *j£p ^68"; 'x(n) S>$> over the host (as captain) Nu 1 o 1415 + 10 1. Nu 1 o (P), 2 S 8 16 = 1 Ch 18 15 , 2 S 17 25 1 K 2 s5 4 4 ; -S>K 'xn b 2 S 20 23 (S>K for by) ; a™??"^? Ex 6 26 1 2 51 (P); niN3X N'Xin lead out armies EX7 4 i2 17 (P); 'X KX' army goes forth (to war) Ex 1 2 41 1 Ch 7"; U<rri&aS3 XSn K^> ^ 44 '», of '•< going wi<A our ar- mies= 6o 12 = 108 12 ; fig. of great number, 3"i K3X 68 12 .— On K3X1 niB^q Jb io 17 v. Di ; Bu prop. (1)?$? s *)?nJ? i.e. thou dost renew (thine) army against me. b. host (organized body) of angels (cf. Lu2 13 ), d'Dtrn N3X (So) all the host of heaven

K 22 19 =2 Ch 18 18 , Ne a 6 ; VN3X S>3 f 103 21 

148 2 ; DilBO K3X Is 24 21 host of the high (angel- princes ; || earthly monarchs) ; DtHEfel K3X Dn 8 10 , X3XH v'°(al. v" fig. of Israel); 'i 'X l'C captain of the host of'" 1 Jos 5 1415 (theophanic angel) ; "Te> N3Xn Dn 8" (angel-prince of Israel, others, God), c. of sun, moon and stars, D , DE i n K3X 73 Dt4 19 !7 3 2Ki7 16 2i 3 ' 5 =2Ch 33 3 - 5 , 2K23" Je8 2 i9 13 (all as objects of worship), Is 34 4 ; D'DB'n 'X Je33 22 Zpi 5 ; DK3X S>3 Ne9 6 ^ 33 6 Is 34 4 45 12 ; DN3X Is 40 26 .— Je 3 19 v. I. '3V. d. of the entire creation, DN3X S>3 Gn a'. 2. war, warfare, service: N3X N5P jro <m< to war Nu i 3M + 12 t. Nu 1, 26 s (P) 1 Ch 5 18 7" 12 3336 2Ch25 s 26 1, ; , V3NyNu3i 36 (P)Dt2 4 5 ; / xi>NV' Nu 3i 27 - 28 (P); 'xi> rby go up to war Jos 22 1233 (P); 'XD K3 come from war NU31 14 2 CI128' 2 ; 'xS> pp 1 S28 1 ; 'X? ni'B' Nu 31 466 (P); D'errnn 'X3 1 Ch 7 40 ; jnsn 'X Dn 8 12 ; 'X(n) #Jt> mm 0/ war Nu 3i 2I53 (P) 1 Ch 12 8 , cf. 'XH DJ? Nu 3 1 3 '- (P); v. also II. pn ; *xb ^n ntaa 1 Ch 1 2 25 ; 'X '.pS 1 Ch 1 2 37 instruments of war. 3. ser- vice : a. of Levites in sacred places Nu 4 3 - 2 " - 3s.39.43 8 24.25 . ^ KHp Dn 8' 3 (al. as v", 1 b). b. othard service of troubled life Jb 7 1 14 14 Is 40 2 Dn io 1 . 4. l"liK3X, in name of '< as God of war, prob. first in time of warlike David (some connect witli sacred ark, but ark older), ex- plained bvrfr nisiyo »r6s mtox nw i s 17 46 '< Sebaoth God of the battle array of Israel (the thought of angels and stars as army of God is later) ; a. earliest form c. art. : J"riN3Xn VpK *" Am 3 13 6" 9 5 ( ,r P&? om. by error, cf. We), Ho 1 2 6 . b. without art., definite by usage, niN3X *rpj| "

S 5 10 Am 5 141516 6 8 1 K 1 9 1014 Je 5" 1 5" f 8 9 9 ; 

'xTif. ^8 ni<3X inlsN "• Je 35 17 38" 44 7 1 S f = iChi7 24 ,l82i 10 37 w ; 1st ^N m. Je 7 321 + 30 1. Je ; Zp 2 9 ; biOfe* Tli)K 'X DlS>N '» ^59' (DWM variant of '•>); tot? 'X 'K "•, * <JW 0/ hosts his name Am 4 13 5 s7 , later reduced to 'x W Is 4 7 4 4 8 2 5i 15 54 5 Je io 16 si^-M t. Je. c.'as n.pr. Sebaoth: D1N3X "• Sebaoth (Lord of hosts, Vrss, owing to Qr ^"1^, but this never cstr. 'J^?? ; ah ^ 0/ hosts, but < names in appos., since '> is n.pr.; 'x for earlier 'x vbtt ; cf. SaPaae Ja 5 4 Rom 9 M ): 1 S i 311 4 4 15 2 17" 2 S 6 218 7 8 - 26 1 K 18 16 2 K 3 14 i 9 31 1 Ch n 9 17 7 f 24 10 + 6 t. W, Mi 4 4 Na 2 14 3 6 Hb 2" Zp 2 10 Is i 9 2 12 5 7 - 916 - 24 + 35 t. Is6- 39 , Is 2 only 44 6 45 > 3 , Je 6 6 - 9 8 3 9 616 + 26 t. Je, Hg i"+ 12 t. Hg, Zc i»*" + 4o t. Zc 1-8, 9 ls +8 t. 10-14, Mai i 4 - 6 - 8 + 2 1 1. Mai ; 'X * Jinxn Is i 24 + 4 t. Is (incl. 10" Baer Gi > van d. H. »)*(j for *») ; 'X "» >rH 3 " + (on these phr. v. f~lt* 1, 6) ; 'x D'nS'K ('n later Qr for orig. ) ^ 8o 815 ; 'X DflijK ^ (earlier + later [inserted] '«) ^ 80 6 ' 20 84". — Cf. Driver Hastings DB (1900), Lord OF Hosts a]a( | ygg 1 T kL_ Amos (Belhefta iur ZAW iv asOO). 3W7) ni«n^, niNa!?, CM!!? v. further I, n. '3X. a^n:? v . o«3x. I. 332E (-/of foil.; cf. As. sumbu (=*subbu), cart j X KS'S low, covered wagon). tj.32 n.[m.] litter;— abs.'x, in 3X n% Nu 7 3 , prob. Utter-wagons, i.e. wagons covered, like palanquin ; pi. D'3X Is 66 20 litters (on Vrss cf. Di Su ). !!• J Ja (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. sl^J cleave to ground; NH 3X=BH, Syr. )JJL in Lexx; Ar. ^^l is a large lizard, v. esp. Seetzen BelM "" ll - 436(r -). ■(■ n. 22 n. [m.] lizard, as unclean, Lv 1 1 29 . tni?!2 n.pr.m. in Judah, 'X? 1CI14 8 , lafraBa, A 2cn/3i;/3a, @L 2a/3^a. ft [nUlii] vb. swell, swell up (NH id.) ; — Qal i 1 /. 3 fs. consec. HH3X1 Nu 5 s7 ; appar. Hiph. Inf. cstr. niax!> v 22 , < read Qal niaxi) Di 01» 78c Sta 5114 *- 2 ; both of adulteress' belly.— n"3X Is 29 7 v. N3X. t[n!12] adj. swelling, swollen; — f. n3X Nu 5 21 (as foregoing). II. n^2i(V'offoll.; meaning dub.; Dl PrlM Buhl al. cp. Ar. U-» lean, incline (esp. III.), fig. incline toward (,Jt), yearn for, As. sabti, Aram. K3X, a. , all desire, etc.). ■•as fi. "OS a.m. M1,w beauty, honour; — abs. 'X 2 S i '» + , 'a* Dn 8' ; cstr. '3X Is 1 3 19 + ; pi. cstr. niK3X Je3 19 (so X KiThesHi Gf 01* 145b Kb"- 1 '* 84 al.; > fr. tax 35 Gie al.);— 1. a. beauty, decoration, i , "lj? t, of silver and gold Ez 7 20 , of products of soil Is 4 2 (predict.), b. elsewhere in fig. : of drunkard's chaplet, V^SOn "X Is 2 8 M (fig. of Samaria); '* Tf$B6 v 5 (of ); tn 2 S i 19 (Saul and Jonathan); 'TTJ flK|,of Tyre Is 23 s ; rria^DD'X i 3 19 (of Bab.); of land of Isr.(Judah), nirjsn-b5> ton ?$f Ez ao"-* nitax 'ax hjjrjj D^3 Je 3 19 (v. supr.) heritage of the beauty of beauties of the nations, i. e. most beauteous heritage ; 'sn esp. of Jerus. and temple Dn 8 9 (Bev),cf.'Jn Hy n 16 ' 4l (v.Dr),t5'Yp-'Xin v 45 (i.e. temple-hill); of cities of Moab, Hv '* Ez 25 s . 2.=honour, p^b t Is 24 16 .— Ez 26 20 rd.'ax.'nrrt for '3X WW, so © Co Berthol Toy Krae al. ' III. /"OS ( V^f foil.; NH '3X, n;ax=BH ; so As. sabitu, Ar. Jli, Aram. n'at?, U^)- fn. 1 '?? n.m. I,liu gazelle;— 'x abs. Dt i2 ,5 + ; pl>3X 2S2 18 , D^Sax iChi2 9 (GiBaer; van d. H. v 8 ), ttUoy Ct 2 7 ^-—gazelle, allowed as food Dt 1 4 s , cf. 1 2 IS ' 22 (although not for sacrif., Dr; all + b T s K), so 15 25 ( + 5>»K,"fiOIV, etc.), v. 1 K5 3 ; sim. of swiftness 2S2 18 iChi2 9 v. supr., Pr 6 5 ; of grace and beauty Ct 2 917 8 14 (cf. Jacob Ar.b.Dicht«ri,;20f.). hence uged in ad j ura tion 2 7 3 5 ( + nW) ■ n-lD Of Is 1 3 14 , sim. of fugitives. fi. 1"W?S n.f. id.;— 'X "rtKFi Ct4 5 =7 4 . t N 1, 32 n.pr.m. in Benjamin 1 Ch 8 9 , Ufita, A 2f/3in, ®L 2a£ia. tn^2 n.pr.f. (=nj3X jra« e «e, cf. Sta ,192b );— mother of Jehoash of Judah 2K12 2 , A/9.a=2 Ch 24 1 , Afro, ®L 2a/3ia. TD^tl2 n.pr.loc. near Sodom, Gn 14 28 Dt 2 9 22 =DYaX Gn io 19 =D'K3X Ho 1 1 8 Kt (0*fc» Qr); 2<[inup. t[DI12£] vb. reach, hold out, to (^> pers.) (prop, grasp, hold, so NH (rare), nt?'3Xn JV3 handle (of jug); Ar. klJ hold firmly, seize ; Eth. 0flm; grasp firmly); — Qal Impf 3 ms. r6-KQXn Bu 2" (ace. rei). I. ,JQX (-/of foil.; NH Sm dye; As. sibtitum, subdtu, dyed stuff (v. Zehnpf BASL319 ); Ar. jclJ, Aram. J>3X, ^., all dip, dye).

m 2 

t JDS ».[«.] dye, dyed stuff; — cstr. 'X DTlopT JU5 30 (perhaps del. 'x, cf. GFM); pi. D'JJ3X bbf booty of dyed stuffs v 3030 . TJTQ2 adj. coloured, variegated (prop.pt. pass.); — '* t3^$> Je 1 2 9 a variegated bird of prey. II. ,JQ¥ (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. £^ jjoiw* Lag BN2o. 2 . i^jji^w, Sab. y3XK DHM z " a

  • m u(iKB).J7«. Eth. **O0t: NH = BH; Aram.

W3XX, ]koo], Mand. untax No" 36 ; DP Ko" 1 ' 96 cp. As. sibH 11. surround firmly) . y3!J« si n.f. LvM ' 6 finger;— 'K abs. Is 58 s , cstr. Exs"-)-; sf. iyass Lv4 6 + ; pi. rriysxK Je52 21 , cstr. nyziXK 2 S il»+ , etc.;— 1. finger, esp. a. forefinger, of priest, applying blood (P), Ex2Q 12 Lv4 6 - 17 - 25 + 8 t.; applying oil 14 161627 . b. 'N n?B> of any one Is 58 s1 , sign of contempt. c. of God, as writing Ex 3 1 18 (E)Dt 9 10 ; = act of God Ex 8 15 (J). d.pl.ofallthefingers2S2i 20 *; fingers in gen. Is 2 8 i7 8 59 3 ^ 144 1 , Pr 7 3 Ct 5 5 ; of' ^ 8 4 ; 'N3 iTjb Pr6 13 (of contempt, gesture); as measure of thickness, J e 52 21 four fingers. 2. toes: tfyfl n'5?3XS< 2 % 2 l*> b ,it. fingers of his feet, cf. 'tf 1| 1 Ch 20 6 =fingers and toes. III. JQX (perhaps -/of foil.; cf. Ar. «^a 2tmp (so Lag BN2 °), whence i_^ hyena, Syr. U»fa£, nh yax). tp5?22 n.pr.m. a Horite (Ayena; ES K219 ; Grav rro P :n. 9 5 and re ff.);_Gn36 214!!0 (in these gloss ace. to Di Holz), v 24 - 24 - 29 1 Ch i 38 - 40 , ZtPeyw. tU^S n.pr.loc. in Benj.;— 'SH '3 ( pe rh. valley of hyenas, soThes,cf.Lag BN36 Gray lc ); — 1S13 18 (ace. to Buhl Geo « r - 98 = Wady el-Kelt, between Jerus. and Jericho), lapciv, @L Sa^aiv ; cf. 'X Ne 11 34 , A 2f/3o«/x, ©L ■S.^miv. t["l!3X] vb. heap up (NH id.; Aram. "^X ; Syr. iJi. is prate, chatter, rave; Ar. ILi is collect, bind together; cf. further Dozy); — Qal Impf. 3 ms.iar Gn 41 35 ^ 39 7 ; 3 fs."13Sl?l Zc 9 3 , etc.; — Aeop «p, in great quantity : c. ace. corn Gn4i 35 - 49 (E), dead frogs Ex8 10 (J), dust Hb i 10 , silver like dust Zcp 3 Jb 27 16 , cf. (obj. om.) yJA 39 7 , + [-1122] n.m. heap ;— only pi. Cl'ias ty 2 K io 8 two heaps (of heads). J"QX (-/of foil.; NH n?S bind, unite; As. sabdtu, grasp, take; Talm. TOSS join, and der.). DVOS TD^rQS n.[m.] pi. bundles of grainRu2 16 ( Vogelst lm "' i '* lr "" ,:h * ft 61 swaths [grasped and] 1 ifted for binding).

  • 7*7X (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. li turn away, then

shun, alienate ; NH BAram.nx=BH; Ar. jx» vicinity, 5 x^ in front of, in the vicinity of ; Aram. "I'X, »jT 6y, apud).

P"K t"T2 n.:

Bide ;— "IX abs. Ez 34 21 Is 60 4 , 

cstr. 2 S 2 16 + ; sf. **? Gn 6 16 + , etc.; for ffjf 1 S 20 20 rd. nnx (or nnX ; c f. Dr, > fHX); pi. DPtf Ju 2 3 , rd. prob. O^X as Nu 33" Jos 23 13 ; cstr. W? Ex 26 13 , etc. -—side, of man 2 S 2 16 Nu 33" (H) Jos 23 13 (D), Ju 2 3 (prob. rd. context as Nu 33 55 GFM ; Dl Pr75 cp. As.saddu, snare, trap); of one lying Ez 4 4 -", 1^"^? TV& v 8 turn from side to side; children carried 'S"?y (i.e. prob. on hip) Is 60* 66 12 ; of cattle Ez 34 21 (in fig.); of things 1 S 20 20 (cf. Dr), Gn 6 16 Ex 25 32 - 32 - 32 = 37* ,M, ) 26 13 30 4 =37 w , Dt3i 26 (allP); TXO a < <A« «'ie o/, c. gen. pers. 1 S 20 25 Ru 2" so Tf¥9^9i 7 ; c. gen. loc. Jos3 18 12 9 , inn nxp

S 13 34 ; nn? inn nxp 1 s 23 261 "* on tftu «'rfe of 

the hill and on that side; c. sf. rei HSO 1 S 6 8 . t[TT2, "HS] n.pr.loc. on N. border of Canaan, c. n loc, nnnx Nu 34 s (SapnSax, Sam. nnnx), Ez 47 15 (SfXSap/wz), rd. prob. iTTJX ; perh. Khirbet Serada, N. of Abil, E. of Merj 'Ajun toward Hermon (lat. c. 33° 2 5' N., long. c. 35°35' E.), so van Kasteren 8 "- B ""- lm - x , cf. Buhl°~« r - ». ta'HS 11.pr.loc. in Naphtali, 'Xn Jos 19" (® tuk Tvpiov). ■j-I. n"TX vb. lie in wait (NH t'i., rare ; cf. (si veraT) BAram. NIX Dn 3 14 );— Qal Pf.

ms. 'X Ex 21 13 (E ; abs.); Pt. c. ace. ffp ^ 

Firing 'B»D?-riS iS24 n (Gi; v 13 vand.H.Baer). t rP~TC n.f. lying-in-wait;— 'X(3) Nu 35 2022 i.e. with malicious intent (P). | II. [HIS] vb. lay waste (NH id. (rare), Aram. *Vf, ]fc «?j id.);— Wiph. Pf. 3 pi. "XJ BlT"!? Zp 3° their cities are laid waste. rra v. nTX, sub II. nix. rwns v. "?'TX. pIX (-/of foil.; NH, Aram, in deriv. ; cf. Ar. ijXo speak the truth (also jjj-a hard, even, straight, perfect); Sab. pTi just, epith. of king Mordtm 2MG "" (,876) ' " Horn chrMl - 125 ; usu. excellent DHM ZMa " l,(m5)M5 ' 599 CIS"-" 176 ; also verb favour, endow (one with something) CIS"' No ' '"• •" DHM Ue - Mordtm HlmlMChc - 7()t ; Ph. pnx adj. just, right, Tel Am (Can.) saduk, innocent; OAram. pTi n. righteousness, loyalty, Nab. pTXtt adj. authorized, Palm. NnpIT «wt/3i7s; Saho sadafc, oe fow, cZear Reinisch s * h< ' f ' ,r • <18 ' 0,s,2 ; Eth. R^+i oe j'wsi, righteous, so NH pnx Pi. Hiph., Aram. P'TX, .o?) ; cf. Kaii""*- d - s '-i™< 188 » jjpgp-is etc. rrab. r«t.. 1882, ic5 «r. Gerber 206 "). tp"l2 n.m. I "' 21 Tightness, righteous- ness;— 'X Lvi9 M + 87t.; ^X Is4i ,0 -r8t., etc.; — 1. what is right, just, normal ; Tightness, justness, of weights and measures, nS'K, )3K pnxi np7B> Dt 25 15 a perfect and a just weight, ephah;'S 'Jttto; 'X P.3K, 'X flS'K, 'X JVI, 'X 113 Lvi9 36 (H)Jb3i 6 Ez45 10 ; 'X bjyp right paths ■sjr 23 s ; 'X 'TO right peace-offerings Dt 33 19 ^4 f ' 5 1 21 . 2. righteousness, in government: a. of judges, rulers, kings, 'X3 031? Lv I9 ,5 (H); 'X DDE* Dt i 16 Pr3i 9 ; 'X BBB>0 Dt 16 18 ; 'X «]nn v 20 ; 'X pp'in p r 8 15 ; 'xi> n^>D Is 32 1 ; 'X nan fs8 2 ; also Pr 25 s iff 94 15 Ec p 7 . b. of law, as D-'OBB'D Is 58 2 f 1 ig 7 - 62 7SM6160 (®, but MTBBB'p), v ,64 ; T as ninjf v 13S144 ; as rrixp v 172 . c. of Davidic king, Messiah Is 1 1 46 16 5 yfr 45 s , "X3 |H 72 s . d. of Jerus.,as seat of just government, ?7.V n I'V Is i 26 city of righteousness; 'X iTIJ Je3i a 5o 7 (poss. these reflect an orig.god p^X, v. pT,X ^p?); 33 pT 'X Is i 21 righteousness used to lodge in her; cf. 'Xn Sipp Ec 3" the place of righteousness. e. of God's attribute as sovereign Jb 36 s , hus- band of Israel Ho 2 21 ; 'X his personif. agent ,), 85 1112 ", foundation of his throne 89 16 =97 2 ; in his government ^ 9" 65" 96 13 =98 9 , promise Is 45 19 , administration of justice Jb 8 s Je 1 1 20 if, 7 18 48" 5o 6 = 97 6 , vindication of his people 9 s 35 2i/s '> raising up Cyrus IS45 13 , calling his servant 42 s ; *P1X ^rpNi^^'God of my righteous- ness (who vindicates me); his 'x is ever- lasting 119 142 . 3. righteousness, justice, in a case or cause Jb 6™ 8 6 29 14 ^ 35 s7 Is 59 4 ; God 'X3 CBt? yfr"] 9 judges according to rigMeous- ness; 'X3 bm i8 2 '; 'X3 3>& v 25 ; 'x yOB' 17 1 ; 'X N"Xin 37 6 . 4. rightness, in speech, 'X nan -J, 52 5 (opp.npe>) ; '2f T3! Pr 1 2 17 ; HD ^DN b 'X3 8 s ; 'X , nafe' 16". 5. righteousness, as ethically right Jb 35 2 + 17 15 45 s Pr i 3 2 9 Ec 7" Je 22 IS EZ3 20 Hoio 12 (read 'X na, so ©We Now); rprby 'x Dn 9 24 ; 'x nbv Is 64 4 f 1 19 121 ; 'x byz

s ; 'Xn»i'ls26 610 ; 'Xt?p3Zp2 3 ; 'v finnlssi 1 ; 

'S JTP v*. 6. righteousness as vindicated, np-ri'

PTJ justification in controversy with enemies and troubles, deliverance, victory, prosperity : a. of God as covenant-keeping, in redemption, P'? , 3 -i?-iy is 4 1 10 , H ye?. 45 8 51 s , cf. 42 21 ; Tt-Sa + 40 10 ; 'X rntSK 119 123 . b. in name Up.*]* HM*, of Messianic king (vindicating people's cause and giving victory) Je 23"; of city 33 16 . c. of people as enjoying 'V of salvation, || nyTC* Is 62 1 ; ||1ta| 5 8 8 62 2 ; '* «fc|* D»3«3 * 132 9 ; "X ^118"; 'Xn £t< Is 6 1 3 ." d. of Cyrus, 4$ wmjj '* Is4i J (who) m victory calleth him at every step (Che Hpt on whose steps attends victory, soDi Du). npT2 n.f. righteousness ; — abs. 'X Gn if +8it? cstr. np-lS Dt 33 21 + 5 t.; sf. ^1S Gn 3 o 33 + , etc.; pi. nipnx Is 33" +3 t.; cstr. nip-is Ju 5 U + ; sf. T#H* Dn 9 16 , etc.;— 1. riglUeousness, in government : a. of judge, ruler, king : || taDBfe Is 5 7 9 6 Am 5 7 6 12 ; 'XI UBBto 2 S 8 15 , nt^y i). executed justice and righteous- ness=iCh 18 14 , cf. 1 K io 9 =2 Ch 9 8 , Je 22 s " 33 ,6 Ez45 9 ; KM f& 'S3 Pn6 12 , cf. Is 54 14 ; 'xn may, 'xn n*B>jjp IS32 17 , cf. v 16 ; ** i|j^ Is 60". b. of law", || DnwBto, " npnx Dt 33". c. of Davidic king, Messiah, || DSPD, 'M 2 3 Is 9 6 Je 23 s 33". 2. God's attribute as sovereign ^36 7 71 19 ; in government, >W)) 'X1 BBB'D 99* J eg 23 ; administering justice Jb 37°; punishment Is i 27 5" io 22 28 17 Dn 9 7 ; vindication of his people Mi 7 9 . 3. righteous- ness, in a case or cause, Vlptnn Tlpixa Jb 2 7 6 on my righteousness I hold fast ; 'X "113? v B" HD 2 S 19 29 w,7fx< W</A< kw / yet ? of God's judg- ments, 'XT3H Is 5 7" (iron.); 'ya'tfn 1S26 23 Jb 33 26 ; 'xs, nn?n 2 S 22 s5 , boi v 21 , jna 1 K 8 S2 =

Ch 6 s3 . 4. righteousness = truthfulness, 

'X31 noX3 Is 48 1 Zc 8 s ; in word Is 4S 23 63 1 , oath Je 4 2 . 5. righteousness, as ethically right: Gn 30 s3 (J) Dte 25 Is 33 6 41" Ez 14 1420 Pr 10 s 1 1 4 - 6 - 18 " + 1 1 1., + (E^P^n) npix Is r™ Ez 18 20 33"; one" 'X Pr 11 6 ; '* rnk 8 20 1 2 s8 ; '* ^172 16 31 ; 'x rWV do righteousness yj/ 106 3 Is 56 1 58 2 Ez 18 22 ; 'xi DBB-D nfcy Ez i8 6 + 6 t. Ez; BBPD1 'X rivy Gn i8 19 (J) Pr 21 8 ; 'x IJTI Pr 15 9 21 21 ; 'X31 nOSO "^n 1K3 6 ; 'x(^) 6 ae>n Gn 1 5" (JE) imputed to him {for) riglUeousness, f io6 31 ; nDni 'X Pr 2 1 21 - 21 (del. © AB Toy). 6. righteousness as vindicated, justification, salva- tion, etc. (cf. P"l5f 6): a. of God, || J#J, WOT, We* Is45 8 46 13 5i 6 +7 t. Is 2 ; || nana ^24°; ||nbn? Is54 17 ; || ion ^36" I03 17 ; 'X EtoE> Mai 3 20 «wi 0/ righteousness (with healing); '2?3 ;

  • » delivers, guides, exalts his people ^5 9 3i 2

7 1 2 89" 119 40 i43 M1 ; ^i™? «kp* 6 9 28 (of wicked); as ace. after verbs of declaring, etc., his saving (delivering) righteousness 2 2 32 40 11 I i6 7I ib.i6.24 98 2 I45 7. a i S o'xyir 88 13 ; nnoy 'X iy? Aw righteousness endureth for ever 1 1 1 3 cf. 119" 2 . b. of people, = prosperity, || jin, "IBTJ Pr8 18 ; / 2t? rniD eaWy rain for prosperity Jo 2 s3 . 7. pi. righteous acts : a. of God Ju5 nu 1 S 1 2 7 Mi6 6 ; vindication of rights 1 03 6 ; redemptive Is 45 24 Dn 9 16 . b. of man's moral conduct Is 64 s Je 51 10 , also prob. Ez 3 20 18 24 33 13 (Kt sg.) •^ 11 7 (? gloss), Dn 9 18 ; as adv. ace, n*ip"1X Tph Is 33 B - t[p"T!J, p^] vb. denom. be just, righteous ;— Qal Pf. 3 fs. npnx Gn 38 s6 ; 2 ms. 9PS Jb 33 12 35 7 > etc.; /»«#. 3 ms. PIT. Jb 9 2 +; pjrfl Jb 4 17 11 2 ; 3 fpl. njip^n Ezi6 52 (®Co ppixri, not BertholToy Krae),etc.;— 1. We a just cause, be in the right, Jb9 1620 I3 18 34 6 ; in complaint Jb 33 12 ; c. IP pers. Gn38 M (J; of Tamar). 2. be justified, in one's plea Jb ii 2 ; c. Dy (man with God) 9 2 25 4 ; *3 Is 45"; by witnesses 43 s ; by acquittal ^ 1 43 s Is 43 26 ; by condemnation of opponent Jb 40 8 . 3. be just : of God, in his government, in charging with sin^si 6 ; of ""'BEEto i 9 '°. 4. be just, righteous, in conduct and character : of men Jb 10" 15 14 22 3 35 7 , c. J? comp., Jb 4 17 (more than God ; Dr at God's hand, ft? 2 d), Ez 1 6 M (< ® Co Pi.). Kiph. Pf. 3 ms. &p PI?)) consec. Dn 8" the holy place shall be put right, in a right condition (Martr*™ Buhl SS ; Bev Dr Marti Oomm ' be justified, its cause vindicated). Pi. Pf. 3 fs. np/!? Je 3"; Impf. 2 fs. '•pixn Ezi6 61 ; Inf. cstr'. si^pri Jb 33 32 ; WV** (Ges

  • 62p ) Ez 16 52 ; ip^V Jb" 3 2 2 ;— justify: Iptf ^5?

D'HPXD SiPBi Jb 32 s1 because he justified himself rather titan God (cf. Qal 1); make to appear righteous Je 3 11 Ez 16 6152 (all c. fp comp.); IPW 'TV?? Jb 33 32 / desire to justify thee (in thy plea', cf. Qal 2). Hipb. Pf. 1 s. sf. Vrip^Xn 2S15 4 ; 3 mpl. *p™ Dt25'; Jmjp/ 3 ms. P^V- Is 53' 1 ; 1 s.p^SK EX23 7 Jb27 6 ; Inf. cstr. p^in 1 K8 32 = 2 Cho' 23 ; /m«.mpl.F' ! !Sn^82 3 ; Pt p^XD Pr 17 16 , etc.; — 1. do justice, in ad- ministering law 2 S i5 4 ^82 3 . 2. declare righteous, justify, c. ace. p ,,: !S(n) Dt 25 1 1 K 8 32 = 2Ch6 23 ; V?nEx23 7 (E)Is5 23 Pri7 15 ; >^/y accusers, by recognizing charge as just Jb 27 . 3. justify, vindicate the cause of save, c. ace, Is 50 8 (of God), c. b of obj. Is 53" (of servant P"H!J of ' , ). 4. make righteous, turn to righteous- ness, Dn 1 2 3 , cf. Aboth s 26 - 27 Bev. Hithp. Impf. i pi. Pj}VX) Gn44 16 (J) how shall we justify ourselves, clear ourselves from suspicion 1 p ,T H? adj. just, righteous; — abs. 'x Gn6 9 + ; pi. D'im? Ex 23' + , etc.;— 1. just, righteous, in government : a. of Davidic king 2 S 2 3 3 ; TOJf J e 2 3 5 Zc 9 s ( || victorious). b. of judges, Ez 2 3 4S Pr 29 s (v. Toy; Kau questions this meaning in all these). C. of law, '2f D , t?EB'D Dt 4 8 . d. ofGodDt32 4 ^n9 137 i29 4 Jb3 T 4^ opp. Pharaoh Ex 9 s7 (J); in discrimination Je 12 1 Zp 3 5 yjr 7 1012 1 1 7 ; condemnation 2 Ch 12 6 Dn 9 14 La i 18 Ezr 9'* Ne g 33 ; redemption Is 45 21 ^•ii6 6 ; keeping pi-omises Ne 9 8 ; in all his ways yfr 145 17 . 2. just in one's cause, right: Ex 2 3 7 - 8 (E) Dt 16 19 25 1 1 K8 32 = 2 Ch 6 23 , Is 5 21 29 21 Jb 32 1 3 6 7 Pr 17 1526 18 517 24 24 Am 2 6 5 12 Hbi 4 ' 3 ; right in law, not under penalty 2 S 4" 1 K 2 32 ; innocent of specif, offence 2 K io 9 ; c. ft? comp.

S 24 18 . 3. just, righteous, in conduct and 

character : a. towards God Gn7' iS 23 - 24 - 24 - 25 - 2 " 6 - 23 (J) 20 4 (E), Hb 2 4 Mai 3 18 . b. in gen., ethically: f 5 13 7 10 1 1 3 - 6 + 2 1 t. W ( + infr.), Pr 2 20 3 s3 4 19 9 9 +56t.Pr, Ec 3 17 +7t.Ec, Is 3 10 57 M Je 2o 12 La 4 13 Ez f>™ + 12 t. Ez, Ho 14 10 ; || D'Dn Gn 6 9 (P) Jb 12 4 ; || ty Jb 17' 22 19 27 17 + 94 21 ; II *£ '"IK* ^32 n 64 11 97 11 . 4. righteous, as justified and vindicated by esp. servant of *• Is 53 11 ; so his people, usu. pi. Is 60 21 ^33' + 8t.^ (v. also supr.); '» ^]K u8 is tents of the righteous; 'Jf blSi 125 3 ; 'i nnj? I s ; '* ^ v 6 ; sg. coll. 34 2022 75" Is 24 16 2 6 7 - 7 ;' P^X ""ia v 2 (|| D'JOK 1BB>). 5. „>A<, correct, Is 4 1 26 (cf. nOK 43 9 ); Zaw/wZ 'X ^3B> 49 s4 EV ; but rd. PI?. pi"J^, and (1 K i 26 ) p^K n.pr.m. (>*«, righteous; cf. Sab. n.pr. p^'ciS"-" - 287 ' 1 - 211 - 15 etc., DHM H ° fMu,,! ' ,,a ' No - 32 );— SaSaK, SaBSovK (cf. Lag BN225ff ): — 1. 48 priests: a. David's time

S 8' 7 = 1 Ch 18 16 , 2 S i5 24iB + 23 t. S K Ch, 

+ (Sol.'s time) 1 K 2 s5 = 1 Ch 29 s2 , 1 K 4 2 - 4 ; ancestor of PHS »J| Ez 40 46 4 4 15 48 11 , '* JHt 43 ' 9 , '2f rva 2 Ch 3 1 10 ; descendant of Eleazar'i Ch 5 3434 +5t.Ch. b. 1 Ch s 38 - 38 , poss. = c. iCh 9 " Ne 1 1 11 . t2. father-in-law of Uzziah 2 K 15 33 = 2 Ch 2 7 11 . 1 3. two wall-builders : a. Ne 3 4 . b. v 29 ; perh. =c. io 22 , and d. "lBton 'x 13I 3 . irPpTU , FT*- n.pr.m. (' , is riqhteous- T 1, : • w' t 7 ^ " reess; cf. Sab. ^xpiV DHM" 1 - on No - 32 ) ;— 2<8f «a( f ) : 1. last king of Judah, n^PIO, changed to 'V: VI*- 2K24 171820 25 2 "=2Ch 3 6 , °", 1CI13 15 Jei 3 2i'- 37 + 37t. Je; BJ- fJe27 12 28 1 2 9 3 49 s4 .

-, n2 

< f2. false prophets: a. under Ahab, VlJ- 1 K "= 2Ch i8 10B ; HJ- 1 K 22". b. WJ- Jerem.'s time, Je 29 21 •". t3. WJ- prince, Jerem.'s time, Je 36 12 . t4. HJ-, priest, Nehem.'s time, Ne io 2 (®L Sfxtvuu). 1 5. HJ-, son of Jehoiachin, ace. to 1 Ch 3 16 , but prob. gloss, Be SS, cf. Kit. tpl"T¥, yilX, cf. Lag™ 31 ] Vb. gleam (NH id. (of face, bronze, etc.) ; Ar. C^-& he red);— Hoph. Pt. 3nTO nfr Ezr 8 17 polished bronze (so NH and — appar. Hebraism — % 2 Ch 4"). TnnS adj. gleaming, yellow (of hair); — "i T$f> Lv i 3 *>** M (opp. "hf 'b v 31 - 37 ). fl. [7nX] vb. neigh, cry shrilly (Ar. J4i neigh, Syr.^i, id.; SEst8 15 =BH);— Qal Pf. 3 fs. nbnv Est 8 15 ; 3 pi. Anx Is 24"; Impf. 3 mpl. ^ni? Je 5 8 ; 2 fs. ^nxn 50 11 Kt, Qr 2 mpl. vHSR and so Vrss ; Imv. fs. vnjf Is io 30 + ; mpl. vnx Je 3 1 7 ; — 1. neigh, of men under fig. of stallions ; c. ?K un(o (in desire) Je5 8 , of profligate Judaeans; abs.50 11 of arrogant Chaldeans. 2. cry shrilly, in distress Is io 30 (c. adv. ace. ^p); usu. joy, praise (||!?1) I2 6 54', c. 3 at, over, Je 31 7 Is 24 14 ; + nno'B> Est 8 15 . T[rnnJtti] n.f. neighing; — pi. cstr. i>ip in>a« ni^nso j e 8 16 (|| vwd mro); s f. ^Ti'taxp

3 s7 of idolatrous Judah, under fig. of mare 

desiring stallion (||*pBM, IRJOJ DBJ). f II. [ /HX] vb. Hiph. make shining (NH id.(rare); || form of nnx, denom. fr. dnnv); —Inf. cstr. fOfO tWB ^nsni» ^, 104 15 . IMS (/of foil. ; cf. Ar. J£]» appear, mount, j^io back, C^b midday ; As. serw (TelAm. zu'ru, etc.), 6acX;; Aram. N"3n , ? > Jio^j MI 15 Dnnxn, midday; Lag BN129 ; >Ko" 1 ' 93 (cf. Thes) = «AtW, || nnr, NH Hiph. (rare), for this is in Aram, nns (rare)); i^SH Ecclus 43 s is denom. from D'lilV. fi. [~^nS] n.[m.] only pi. Onrv midday, noon, Dt28 w + , Q^JfjSf Gn 43 16 + (when sun mounts its highest ; on form as expanded pi. (not du.) v. Ges S88c and reff.); — usu. 1. noon as a specif, time of day, 1 K 18 29 ; esp. 'S3 at noon Gn43 1625 Am8 9 1 K 18 27 20 16 Ct i 7 (resting- time for flock), Je 6 4 (opp. evening) ; 'S HJf3 Je 20 16 (dist. fr. morning) as time of supposed security Je 1 5 8 Zp 2 4 ; also tn nyi npanp 1 K 1 8 M , -ins

■nsn irn'iy 2 K 4 20 ; without 3, as adv., 'V as time of prayer ^55 18 (+li53, D'jy); as time of wasting 3Bp 9 1 6 ; 'Xn 32B>D 2 S 4 s noonday repose. 2. noon, as bright, sim. of happiness, blessing, Is58 10 (opp. rbm), + 3 f (U-rtM); cf. Jb n 17 (Ges* 133 '); v. also 'xn tfra Is i6 3 (opp. W); 'X3 Dt 28 M Is 59 10 Jb 5". fn. "ins n.f. prob.roof (cf.Ar.As.TelAm. back; >fhes Di a. light, window);— nfc>$>n 'X na?& Gn 6 16 . fi. "VET n.[m.] fresh oil (newly appeared, cf. 'Ausbruch' Lag BXI29 Kb" 1 ' 93 ; >Thes al. that which shines) ;— abs.'X? Ho2 10 +, rtW$ Dt 7 13 + ; — fresh oil, as product of land, in un- manufactured state, usu. + &WQ, Ijn etc., rich possession, gift of Ho 2 mM Je 31 12 Dt 7" 1 1 14 Jo 2 19 - 24 , so 'X? 3^n Nui8 12 ; Dt 28 61 Hgi 11 2 Ch 32™ Ne 5 11 ; tithed Dt 12 17 14 23 ; firstfruits for priest 18 4 Ne io 38 cf. v 40 13 6 (tithe for Levites), v", for priest and Levite 2Ch3i 5 ; 'T TV} 2 K 1 8 s2 oil-olive, i. e. oil-yielding olive- trees, cf. "X? alone Jo i 10 ; 'X? as anointing oil only in 'Xjn 'OS Zc 4 14 , i.e. anointed ones. [~*n!j] vb.denom. fr. foreg., Hiph. press out oil;— Impf 3 mpl. W]£ Jb 24 11 . fn. "^nS 1 n.pr.m. l<r(a)aap : Levite, son ofKohathEx6 18 - 21 Nu3 19 16 1 iChs 28 6 3!a 2 3 12 - 18 . (■HnS" 1 adj. gent, of foreg., c. art. as subst. coll. 'XTi Nu f 1 Ch 2 4 22 26 13 - 29 . IS v. nix. N"IX (/of foil.; cf. Syr. Jj Je/oW, Eth. &*;; prob. also Ar. ^.J 6e polluted; Dl Prl6 ° Kb" 1,162 cp. also As. si', destroy, ruin; NH nKiX = BH; Aram. «"«?, )t'{ '/?</»). '[nNS] n.f. filth, specif, human excre- ment ;— sf. inter Dt 23 14 ; cstr. D^BJ nser »^J| Ez 4 1! (as fuel ; cf. [?3] p. 165 supr.). tnS& n.f. filth;— abs. 'X Is 28" (of drunkards' vomit, cf. tep) ; 'x fig. of iniquity, cstr.riSX Ig 4 4 ) gf.inx'X Pr 30"; specif, of human excrement ( = ["¥?]) sf. DflKX 2 K i8 27 =Is 36 12 (both Qr ; Kt Drp(N)nn, cf. [tfin] p. 351 supr.). tJ^NS] adj. filthy;— pi. trtrtX Zc 3 3 , Q'SX v 4 (both of garments). "■MIS v. I. "VW. "TN^iS, PQiS n.pr.terr. 2ov0a, rarely 2«>/3a(X) : an Aramaean kingdom, time of (Saul and) David X31X Q1« 2 S io 6 - 8 (elsewhere H31X), rnix EQX ^ 60 2 (title); 'X *|^C njjrnn 2 S 8**" = 1 Ch 18 35 , 1 K 1 1 23 1 Ch i««; 'x 'also 19 6 ; 'X Dpn 2 Ch 8 3 ; orig. home of one of David's heroes 2 S 23 s6 (perh. rd. also for n.pr.m. "inzio || 1 Ch 1 1 38 , cf. Dr); 'X »3p© 1 8 14 47 (only here in Saul's time) ; No ABiM ' '" ia "- Blb - * ZMQ x " t 1871 113 * places between Hamath and Damascus (about Hums, Emesa), and so Dl Pl,279f -, who cp. As. city Subitu, cf. Schr 001 - 2883 . fi. THS vb. hunt (NH id. (rare), nniXD = BH ; As. sddu, hunt, so Ar. (x~«), 3Li, Aram. W, TX, (jo.) ?! ; OAram. NTX hunt- t«o);-Qal Pf. 3 pi. «3? La 4 18 J sf. *?TI| 3 s2 , DHX1 consec. Je 16 16 ; 7my/. 3 ms. WJ Lv 17 13 , etc.; Zmu. ms. nn?X Gn 2 7 3 ; 7n/. abs. lix La 3 s2 ; cstr. "Hx!s Gn27 5 ; i><. "IXH v 33 ; — /iwn<, c. ace. 1. TX Gn 2 7 3 Qr (>Kt flTX), v 5 - 33 (all J), n;n TX Lv 17 13 (H); tfiti Jb 3 8 39 ; c. ace. pers. Mi 7 2( + Q-in, instr.), Je'i6 16 (+i>yo), Jbio 16 , 11BX3 »jm niX La 3 s2 , subj. evil f 1 40 12 ; c. ace. «nPX La 4 18 , ni T ^ tsfcs Pr 6 26 .— Ho 9 13 rd. prob. niX 1 ? (or TX^>), for MT lixf), v . IX. Pol. hunt (keenly, eagerly?), Impf 2 fpl. njTte* Ez 13 18 ; Inf.t&Xpfy v ]8 ; P«. fpl. niT]XD v 20 - 20 , all c. ace. nitysJ (of magic arts, necromancy, etc.). < ■(•i. "PS n.m. hunting, game ; — abs. 'X Gn io 9 + " T$ 27 3 (Qr; >Kt ITTS), Ne 13 15 , cstr.TXGn27 25 ; tf*TI v 19 ,etc.;— 1. hunting Gn 27 30 ; 'X"I33 io 99 , 'X 5?f 25 s7 (all J), 2. jrawie hunted and taken (cf.Ba NBm ),Gn 25 s8 27 s (v. supr.) «"-»**"<»B J), cf. Pr 12 27 ; n;n If <yySt* LV17 13 (H). t[T*S] n.m. hunter ;— pi. && Je 16 16 . tnSp, ISn n.f. j848 - 41 fastness, stronghold (prop, hunting-place ?) ; — abs. 1XD 1 Ch 1 1" 12", 1XD 12 8 ; pi. abs. nhXO 1 S23 14 -)-, cstr. id. v 29 (Gi, 24 1 van d. H. Baer), TS33";— 1. mountain-fastness Ju 6 2 1 S 23 1419M (v.supr.), Ez 33 27 1 Ch 1 2 816 ; D'V^D nilXO Is 33". 2. more gen., slronglwld Je48" si^Ez i9 9 (Baer Gi ; van d. H. fliTX? id. [11. n^XD] Ew Hi-Sm Da al. ; nets [1. iTTiXO] Krae ; del. Co Oort Toy) ; citadel of Jerusalem 1 Ch 1 1 7 . f 1. [TiStt] n.m. in pi., dub., usu. siege- works;— &9l} DHiXD Ec 9", but read O'l^XD WkjAUor.ro™*. iJ.ib y.-ito 2, p. 849 a. ■j-ll. [TiSTD] n.[m.] hunting implement, specif, net (cf. Syr. I^jW. % ^1 st ?, net);— rrrem

ms only fig.: cstr. D'lP liVO Pr 1 2 ,2 (but text dub.,v. conj. in Toy) ; sf. iTXB Jb 19 6 (of God as Job's hunter); pl.H$ D'OTm D'TVDEc 7 26 (of woman). fi. TVTXZCi n.f. net ;— 'o Ec 9 12 for fish (in sim.); — pi. Ez 19 9 v. *1SD supr. fi. TVMXQ n.f. net, prey ;— abs. 'D Ez 1 3 21 ^66"; sf. f?*? Ez 12 13 17 20 ;— 1. ««<, in fig. of V s judgment, Ez 12 13 17=° (both || ncn), i//>66". 2. jprey Ez 13 21 (fig.). f 11. [iTTiSQJ n.f. fastness, stronghold; — sf. rUYlVD Is 99' (of Ariel);— pi. Ez 1 9" v. ISO. ■(■11. iTTlSO n.f. fastness, stronghold; — abs. "o 1 S 22 i + , fTOO 2 S 5 9 , cstr. rnsp v 7 ; sf. wrap f i8 3 +, 'rnsp 2S22 2 ; pi. riiTxp ^ 3 1 3 ;~ fastness of David, 1 S 2 2" 2 4 23 (Gi v a ) 2 S 5 17 2 3 u = 1 Ch 1 1 16 ; id. also nVu? n "W? 1S22 1 2S2 3 ' 3 iChu 15 , for MT nijp ( T . rnyp p . 792 b); of Jems., |i»s nnsp 2 sV= 1CI111 5 , cf. 2 S 5 9 ; home of eagle Jb 39™ ( + vb°'P); elsewhere fig. of' f i8 3 = 2S22 2 , ^ 3 i 4 7i 3 (all + , ?!'P),9i 2 ( + 'pTO),i 44 2 ( + !Dn ) but this dub., Krochm Gr Che »?pn, Dy f?]n, Du'?i>P; poss. is WD); also *#*»p fl'3 31 3 . II. "T1X (■/of foil.; relation to I. TiX dub.; cf. As. stditu, Ar. ij (_}), Aram. ITJJJ, )jo), Palm, in, all provisions (esp. for journey); in Thes=I. 11Y ; on jrame as early food of nomads v. RS 8em - ,ailSi2 " ded - !B2t cf. Doughty Arib - re i.7o. 326. as. T ( Ar Aram.) is then secondary). ■(■11. ["PS] n.[m.] provision, food ; — abs. TV Nei3 15 ; sf. VWf Jb 38 41 , etc. ;— yrotnwwi taken on journey J0S9 14 , DTS Dro v 5 (both JE) ; more gen. (late), /00c?, food-supply, Ne 13 15 ^ I32 15 , of raven Jb 38 41 .— 1. TV v. T.X. t|TT3| n.f. id.;— abs. 'x Jos 9 11 + 2 t., ."TO Gn 42 2S + 5 t. ; — provision for journey, march, Gn 4 2 25 45 21 Ex 1 a" (all E), Jos 1 ■ (D), 9" (JE), Ju 7 8 (text dub. cf. GFM), 20 10 1 S 22 10 ; supply of food f 78 s5 .— Gn 27 s v. 1. TV, sub TV. t[T!i] vb.denom.Hithp. supply oneself with provisions, take as one's provision ; — Pf. 1 pi. UTBVfl Jos 9 12 this bread we look as our provision ; Irnpf. 3 mpl. ^TDJf'l v 4 (so rd. for MT «"JSft, Codd Vrss Thes al.), abs. [J"7Vi] vb. Pi. lay charge (upon), give charge (to), charge, command, order (Ba z«oii. 0887), 64i Gerber 124 cp. Ar. J^ combine, . enjoin, iv. charge; l^A injunction, com- mand; Thes cp. Syr. Jo., erect, lo., stone-Jieap, Ar. sJ-» guide-stone, cf. Schulth 57 ; Gerber makes Heb. vb. denom. fr. TSD, but vb. is much earlier) ; — Pf. 3 ms. n« Gn6 a +; sf. ^S Dt 4 5 + ; ^S Dt 4 n + ; 1.TS Gn 7 5 + , etc.; 1 s. WS Ex 29 M + 29 t., W Lv 8 31 4- 4 1., etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. n$P, Gni8 ,9 + 8t.; W Dt 2 8 8 ; tffl Gn2 16 + ; sf.^VI iCh22 12 ,etc; ls.TXK}Ezr8' 7 Qr(>Kt ntOMtt); 3 mpl. Wl Gn5o 16 + ,etc; Inf. cstr. rriv 2 S 1 8 s + , etc.;' Imv. ms. .TV j os 4 ,6 4- 2 t.; IV Lv6 2 4- 9 t.; mpl. «V J si u 4 3 ; Pt. WSp Nu 3 2 55 +; cstr. rflVD Is 55 4 , etc.; f. Hj'sp Gn27 8 ; — 1. a. lay charge upon, c. ?$? pers., Gn 2 18 (J) 28 6 (P) iK 2 fl 11" Am2 12 Je 35 s + 6 t.; ^i? rei, Ttppnp mVK D'3yrt by Is 5 s , cf. Jb 3 6 32 , 3jn-^5? t jCh7*. b. give charge to, command to c. ? pers. Ex I 22 (E) 1 S 20 29 1 Ch 22" Is 13 3 Jer 32 23 + 105 8 ne>o vb 's rnin Dt 33 4 , cf. Ne 9"; jn'np IS 2 K 20 1 give charge to thy household (in preparation for death) = Is 3 8' (cf. NH, B.Bath. 1! " b , fW}V 'verbal wiW Id 147 *). c. give charge unto, c. ?£ pers. Ex

6 s4 (P), 1 K 1 1 10 ; irva-iw r 2 S 1 7 s3 (cf. b). 

d. give charge over, appoint, c. ace. pers. + ?? rei, Ne 7 2 1 Ch 2 2 12 , by TU (ni'nb) 'S oppomt one (to be) ruler over 2 S6 21 1 K i 35 ; c. Tib

s i 3 14 25 30 ; by roee* 2 S7 n = 1 Ch 17 10 ; c. 

inf. (no by), 'OJJ rrtjrj}> 2 S 7 7 = 1 Ch 1 7"; nrnxi DTJ'yf) Ink Nu 27 19 (P) and thou shall install him in their sight, cf. v 23 (P). e. give one charge, command (oft. ?5? concerning), Gn 12 20 (J), Nu8 22 (P), 2S14 1 18 5 Je7 K 39" Is 45" (AV RV Che By K " a ; > Ges Ew Di Du al. as d), io" (al. against), Nai 14 (al. id.); c. p Nu 9 s 32 s8 (P), + 91" La i 17 Est3 2 ; c. b* Is 23" Je 4 7 7 . 2. charge, command: a. c. ace. pers. + rei, oft., esp. of the law: Deut. phrases are ^JIXD '33K nt?K Ex 34" (J), Dt 4 40 6 26 + 18 t. Dt, cf. 15 15 ; IPX D3nN TSO '33K Dt 4 22 +9t. Dt; tTO? 'S n»N Dt 13 6 Ex 32 s (E) Dt 5 30 9 1216 n 28 31 s *. b. c. ace. pers. +obj. clause, e.g., Inf. Gn5o*+; 1 consec. Pf. 18 19 (J), Nu 35 2 (P); ) consec. Impf. 2 S 4' 2 iK 2"; weak 1 c. Impf. Ex2 7 20 (P)Jos4 16 ; Imv. Jos^iS^ 22 . c. ace. pers., ace. rei om. Ex 18 23 (E) Gn 49 s3 (P)+; obj. given after ibs6 Gn 26 11 32 1820 Lv6 2 +; "*P^'l, etc., Gn 28 1 49 w 4-. d. ace. rei, ace. pers. om., in'i3 nbiyb 'V ^iii 9 ; t"^J0 n J " 'S IB'K, EX16 1632 35 4 Lv8 3 9 6 17 2 Nu 3 o 2 3 6 6 (P) ; obj. cl, Lv 8 34 (P), i 3 i4 (P); Gn 4 2 25 p"»2

rtaro (E), i K 5 80 ; Ju 4 6 . e. abs. Gn 50 16 (E), La 3 s7 . 3. charge, command, ace. pers. in phr. 'X "^N? Ex 2 3 ,s (E) Gn 7 9 (P) + ; 'X -m W3 Gn f (J) Ex29 M (P) + ; neto "• 'x ->b*o Ex 12 s850 39 15 + 37 t. P; ne'e 'x leta ^33 ss^'+S t. P; t'X "lEW W Jos i 18 22 2 Je 35 8 ; ace. pers. om. 'X -IB>K3 Ex 7 10 Nu 32 26 (P) + ; 'X IBN i>33

K n 9 =2 Ch 23 s + ; t'X -VX b!> Ex 36 1 (P). 

+4. cAar<7e, with command to others, commission, a. ace. pers. + ?$ pers. (sts. 4- ace. rei) Ex 6 1S 2 5" Lv 27" (P) Dt i 3 Je 27 4 Est 4 10 ; ace. pers. om. Gn 50 16 (E) Est 3" 8 9 . b. T? of agent, + ty, NU15 23 36 13 (P); b« om. Lv'8 36 (P), Ezr 9 !1 Ne 8 14 . c. ace. pers. + ^5? for b» Ezr 8 17 1 Ch 22 13 Mai 3 21 Est 4 s . d. c. ace. rei, *? TO-B 'XI Lv 25 21 (P) and I will command my blessing to you, c. *m Dt 28 s , cf. ^133'; hDfl 'X 42", ">p3 Jb 38 12 , t?ro, yvn Am 9". +5. command, appoint, ordain, of divine act : in creation Is 45 12 V33 9 148 5 , providence 2 S 17" Am 6" 9' Jb 37 12 f 78* Is 34 16 , redemption + f 44 s 68 w 7 1 3 ; so of idol Is 48 s (|| fiby). t Pu. Pf. 3 ms. niX Nu 3 16 36 s ; 2 ms. nn*W Gn 45 19 , etc.; Impf.

ms. !TCP EX34 34 ; — be commanded, i.e. receive 

command, subj. pers., Gn 45 19 (E), c. ? by whom Nu 3 6 2 (P); 'X -IBta Ex 34 s4 (P), 'X ]h^3 Lv 8 M io 13 (P), 'X -Wta Nu 3 16 (P) Ez 12 7 24 18 37'. T p s !J n.m. sign-post, monument (NH id. (P?. x Pi- denom.); prob. from V in orig. physi- cal sense, v. esp. Ar. ij^>, yj*° Syr. )>Jo%, cf. Schulth HomWu " S7 Kb"- 1 - 154 ; > -/pxBuhl);— abs. 'X, grave-stone 2K23"; sign-post EZ39 16 ; guide-posts, pi. D'JJf Je 31 21 (|| D^-ion). PPSQ n.f . commandment ; — 'o Pr 6 s3 + ; t: • 181 cstr. niXD Jos 2 2 3 + ; sf. injXO Dt 2 6 13 V' 1 1 9 96 ; inixt? Nu 15 31 ; pi. nixp abs. Lv 26 14 + (rfixo Ne'9 14 ); cstr. 4 2 + ; sf>niXO Gn 26' + , etc.;— not used before D and Je ; in Je only of man's commands ; not Ez nor Minor Proph., exc. Mai; — 1. commandment, of man: king, 1 K ° 2Ki8 36 =Is 3 6 21 , 2 Ch8 ls +i 4 t.; 3N 'o j e35 n.i6..s Pr6 2o. Dn £, N / D l829 ». p i. on i y Je 35" Pr io* Ne io 33 ; mxon, the order (title of property) Je 3 2 11 . 2. of God: a. sg. the commandment, code of law : 2 Ch 8 13 Ezr io 3 f 19 9 ; esp. of D 'on not? Dt 8 1J +5 t. D; 'on rfov Dt6 a 15 6 ; nw -ib>k 'D(n) Dt 26" 30" 3 i»; 'on |o -no Dt 17 20 ; isn '» Nu 15 31 (P) ; jinnin E x 24" (R D ) Jos 22 s "(D) 2 Ch 14 s 31 21 ; + D'jj>n,tri?BK>DDt5 28 6 , + . b. pi. of commands of D and later codes c. 2 pi. (ye shall, shall not; Br""-""' •*••*•*), Lv4 2 +5t. P, Is48 18 +25t. (late; esp. ^119, 20 t.); '» -I0B> Ex 20 6 (R) Lv22 31 (H)Dt4 2 + iot.D,iKi4 8 2 Ki8 6 +5t.; 'D n'B'VLv26 ,4 (H)-)-5t.; 'DSWDtii"+4t.; nix nw '»n Lv 2 7 34 (H); 'm3V Dt 26 I3 2 Ch 24 20 ; 'D 3TV 1K18 18 2 K17 16 Ezr 9 '°; "d isn Ezr 9 14 ; in combinations, esp. by Redactors and late writers; order various : (1) with D'ipn Ex 15 26 (R D )Dt4 40 Ezr7 ,l + ; , n + D<DSB'DDt26' 7 iK8 58 Ne i 7 io 30 ; +D , B2B'D, nnin Ne 9 13 ; + min Ne 9 14 ; + nny Dt 6 17 1 Ch 29 19 2 Ch 34 31 . (2) with nipn Lv26 3 (H) Dt6 2 io 13 +9t.; 'n + Q'asBis Lv26 15 Dt8" n l 30 16 1 K6 12 + nim, D'UBtro ^8 9 32 , + ei , dbb>d, ninj? iK2 3 ;+nhin Gn26 5 (R D );+nny 2K23 3 . (3) with O'BBB'D Nu 36 13 (P) 1 Ch 28 7 Ne 9 19 Dn 9 5 ; with nmn Ex 1 6 2S (R), with nviy Ne g M . c. of special com- mands of God 1 S 13 13 1K13" 2Ch2 9 2S Nei 3 6 Mai 2 14 Jb 23 12 . 3. commandment, sg., of code of wisdom Pr 19 16 , ||fi"WI 6 a , -Qf 13 13 ; pi. of special commands 2 1 3 1 4 4 7 12 . T12 appar. n.[m.], dub. word; — in ^n IJPID?? Ho 5 11 usu. command, ordinance; < ©€> Che Now GASm *ff ; elsewh. only 1$ IX 1$ IX (|| 1|?? 12 MJ? 12), Is 28 10 in mocking mimicry of Is.'s words, and, v 13 , of the unintelligible speech of a foreign agents of judgment; Ges Che Comm - al. (cf. AV RV) render command upon com- mand; Ew Di (carpenter's) rule (+12 = line and rule), fr. V ™X (whence px); Du Che Hl>t explain as mocking sounds without sense. t[rllX] vb. cry aloud (NH id. J so As. sdlj,u(1), Ar. (-^-o), p^o, Aram, nix, w.o.; Eth. Ro>0: caW) ;—Qal Zmp/. 3 mpl. Wgf» Is42 u (injoy, ||^). tnrnit n.f. outcry; — in distress, grief, abs. 'X ^i4 T 4"; cstr. nniX Jei 4 2 ; sf. TOPI1X 4 6 12 ; abs. also Is 24 11 (c. ty/or, because of). /"]}£ (/of foil., cf. miswal (in Syria), a stone-lined hollow, or basin, for washing grain, Wetzst Bleb<!ZPVll,(1891) ' 3 ). Ti"17' ; l2 n.f. ocean-deep; — Is 44 s7 . T f[r fo S 03 , Tfowf n.f. depth, deep;— abs. nSlXt? ^41^+; pi. abs. riirtXD Exi5 6 Ne 9 n , T n'i!XD f 88 7 ; cstr. nii>1XO Zc io", ni^XD Mi 7 19 ^ 6S 23 ;— depth, pi. DJ '» Je^C/i* of the sea Mi 7 19 ^ 6S 23 ; abs. Ex 15 s (of Red Sea) Ne 9 11 rtan

PIS (id.) ; fig. of deep distress f 88 7 (|| rrtWin 113) ; "UO '» Zc 10" (i.e. of Nile) ; sg. = the deep sea, deep, ^107-* J0112* Jb4i 53 (inhyperb. descript. of crocodile); depth of marsh, swamp, 'O il , 3 yjf 69' t» mir« 0/ (</(«) depth, fig. of distress (|| DTHJOJjD), cf. 'D alone v 16 (|p$3). ti"D20 n.f. dub. word : Zc i 8 the myrtles t : which are'BS, appar.some locality about Jerus., called the basin, hollow; GASm glen ox valley- bottom; poss. is n?>xe, < n?XO, shadow (in. 77X). t[WS] vb. abstain from food, fast (NH id.; Ar. ( r ^.) JIU, Eth. 9.ao: Aram. BW, y.^);— Qal Pf. 2 ms. riDJt 2 S 1 2 21 ; 2 mpl. anox Zc 7 5 , sf. "?ril?S v 5 ; Impf. 3 ms. DXM 2 S 12' 16 , DiXJI

K 2Y 27 ; 1 s. D«K Est 4' 6 , etc.; Imv. mpl. WW 

v 16 ; Inf. abs. Dix Zc f; Pt. DX 2 S 1 2 s3 Ne i 4 ;— /a«<, in mourning the dead 1 S3i 13 = 1 Ch io 12 ,

Si 12 ; in worship (contrition, intercession, 

etc.) Ju 20 26 1 S 7 6 2 S 12 16 (c. ace. cogn. dW ; || Pi??), v 23 and ( + H33), v 2122 (q. v. for explana- tion), Jei4 12 Zc 7 5 ( + niE5D), wdx. Dixn v 5 (Ges ' 117, ) was it at all unto me [] that ye fasted 1 °? ^nKJ Ne i 4 (periphr. conj.; + ^3"!?), cf. Ezr S 23 ( + B'i53), Est 4 16 (c. 7JJ pers. for whom), v 16 , Is 58' (|| Wj^J Wf?), v 4 (c. 7 rei), v 4 ; once in disappointment and vexation 1 K 21 27 . tote n.m. fasting, fast ; — 'X abs. 2 S i2 ,6 + , cstr. Zc8 ,9 ( 4 t.); sf. D3DX Is 5 8 3 ; pi. niDiX Est 9 31 ; — /as<, as ace. cogn. aSi2 16 ; public observance 1 K 2 1 912 2 Ch 20 3 Ezr 8' 21 Je 36' Jon 3 s (all obj. of TJiJ proclaim), cf. Jo i 14 2 15 (both obj. of n?15); Div Di' Je 3 6 6 , D3»X tJ* Is58 3 , cf.v 5 (|| i»SJ D-1N niay Di'), v 56 ; of periodic fasts Zc 8 ,9191919 Est9 sl ; act or state of fasting, B'jjfea* 'S3 1SDW Ne 9 1 cf. Jo 2 12 Dn 9 s Est 4 3 ;

  • &B3 "S3 W3? Vr'35" cf. 69 11 (on H33NJ v. Che

Bae); causing physical weakness 109 24 . y)i (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. cL» form, fashion). t C 1 > "V- n. m. pi. things formed, images ; 'if HB'JJD 2 Ch 3 10 image work (of cherubim). tL 8 !^] vb- flow, overflow, [float] (NH id. j- so Aram. TO, a,} ; — Ar. i_j^l> skin-raft is loan-wd. Fra 220 ) ;— Qal P/. 3 pl.^V^ DWSX La 3 s4 (fig.). Hiph. 1. Pf. cause to flow over, Dn^B-75? TD-D: »DT1K e]7il Dt 1 1 4 . 2. cazts< to/oai : Impf. 3 ms. tTBPI 1??. 2 K6'. f 1. F|12? n.m. (honey-)oomb (as exuding honey);— only fig.: cstr.B*?^^ Pn6 24 ; pl.na"3 D^OW ^ 19" (4-B*3' : j), © KTipiov, Kijpia, 2> favus. fii. tfi'X n.m. Ephr. ancestor of Elkanah and Samuel, '3T|3 1 S 1 ' («V Na<™</3, ©L uioO 2a></>), 1 Ch 6 20 Qr © SB (Kt tpv) ; appar. = 1« v 11 (Levite), 2ou<£(«) : hence prob. *1W H? ' S 9* (in Benj., r^» (y^) 2(<)i<£(a)). t^SIS adj. gent. Suphite; — so read prob. for D^BiX 1 Si 1 (WeKloDr and most mod., after © 2(e)«£a, A 2a>0 V ). t[HD2] n.f. out-flow;— sf. inw? Ez 32' <Ame outflow (flowing blood), Co Bthl Toy Krae. IgfesOX. W CSiS v. V*. tl. [Y^, PX] vb. 1. blossom. 2. shine, sparkle (perh. orig. meaning of v , but connex. of 1, 2. dub.) (NH id. Hiph., fig. senses, P* n.=BH);— Qal Pf. 1. 3 ms. nBBn )»X Ez 7 10 (fig.; || !"jn m_B); /mp/ 3 ms. fj> * 9 o 6 (of grass, " |, ? l 7) j 103 15 (man under fig. of flower), fig. 'tr rnw px; Is 27°; 3 mpl. 1ST, ,/, 72 16 , «7»1 92 s (]| rriB ; both fig. of men=)flourish. 2. shine, gleam: of crown ("WJ) 1^ 132 18 . Hiph. /mp/. 3 ms. T x flKS Nu 17 23 it put forth blossoms (of rod ; — perhaps from || niS NX 5 !). ft Y^n.m. 1828 ' 1 1. blossom, flower. 2. shining thing; — 'v abs. Is 42' + , cstr. v*+; pi. D^X 1 K 6 1S + 3 t. 6 (on foim v. Kb" 1 - 60 );— 1. blossom, flower, Nu 1 7 23 (P; of Aaron's rod); (fig. of man Is 40 78 (both 'X i>33 ; p"Sn), cf. sim. n !?>? r s v 6 (|| t'i.),V'io3 15 , and'Xalone Jbi4 2 ; 733 'X Is 28 1 (fig. of Samaria), so prob. also v 4 (for MT '3 nX'X; so Marti); D"XX "JBI, as ornaments of temple 1 K 6 18 - 29 - 32 - 35 . 2. shining thing, plate of gold, constituting the diadem on front of high priest's mitre, Lv8 9 ExaS^g 30 (all P).— 11, in. T*. v. p. 851 infr. PSr? Is 28 4 , v. 1. T* supr. til. [HX] vb. Hiph. gaze, peep (NH Hiph. gaze (rare); Aram. )"X gaze); — Pt. D'sinn-fp pro ct 2' (v.'n, p. 355). tl. [p^l vb. Hiph. oonstrain, bring into straits, press upon (NH P'X be distressed (rare), Hiph.=BH; Ar. ,jL2 (<j) be narrow, tigM, so Eth. i*<P: ; Aram. PJ, jxi ; ChrPal. >oo.);— Pf 3 fs- n ? s n Ju 16 16 , sf. wr^xn I4 " (

  • ?- Jb 32 18 (Gi v 19 ); 1 s. 'Tlijrxn! consec. Is 29 s ;

Impf. 3 ms. PT, Dt 28"+ 2 t.; 3 mpl. *PWJ Je i 9 »; P<. P'XD Is5i 13 - 13 , pi. n^XD 2^;— bring into straits, by importunity c. 7 pers. Ju 16 16 , c. sf. pers. 14 17 ; constrain (to speak) Jb 32 18 ITU

■Y1SO (sf. pers.); elsewhere of bringing into straits a city or people, c. ?, Is 29 s - 7 , so 7 6 (reading njjMm for MT narpfl), Thes Che Du Gr Marti, cf. formula b 'VJ -I5?N pixpai "rtxpa Dt 28 s "" 7 Je 19 9 ; pt. abs. p'itBri Is 51 1313 <A« oppressor. Tpii* n.[m.] si vera 1., constraint, dis- tress ; — D'nyn pi2?3$ Dn 9 s5 usu. in distressful times; Gr 131 fp31 ( S o © [v 27 ] @), as beginning of v 26 , omitting ) in *Wj ( c f. Bev Marti). Tnp'lS n.f. pressure, distress ; — national Is8 2S ( + rT]S), cf. '«, rro ps 30 6 ; personal 'si rm p r i 27 . fn. p!ftft, p2^Q n.[m.] constraint, dis- tress ; — abs. pSID Is 8 23 distress; abs. also P2HO Jb 36"", of distress as constraint (opp. 2rn); ptfioa D*D arh 37™ lit. irc constraint (i.e. frozen). — 1. pXID v. pX "pl^Q n.[m.] straitness, straits, stress; — alw. abs. 'D; — 'O B^N"?3 1 S 2 2* every man of straits (in straits); 13M ">isp3 Dt 2 8 53M - 57 Jei9 9 (all of national straits); *ttt«p ISTIX ^1 i 9 >«; perh. rd. pixp also 32 s , for pn WHO, cf. DuBr. tn^lSQ n.f. id.;— abs. 15' "i* Jb 15"; Bi» 'W fTOZp i 15 ; pi. sf., of '» delivering •'niplSBD f 25 17 , DnVtipJSBD etc., 107 6131928 . fH. [pIX] vb. pour out, melt (|| pr);— Qal />/. 3 pi. (ace. to Thes al.) pPf Is 26 16 , but v. infr.; Impf. 3 ms. nwn: pir J3K1 Jb 28 s (rd. perh. 'pir, v. Bu) and stone (ore, mere) 1Mb it into copper; i»#"^3 'I 7 ?? PWJ "W Jb 2 9 6 <Ae roc& w«erf to pour out beside me streams of oil. — Is 26 16 (as above) must mean they poured out (uttered) a whisper (B*D?; i.e. prayer); but form most improb.; KoppeGrDiDu al. prop. && PP3f (from assumed ppif, I. pl¥) = constraint of (like' that of) magic; <Houb Kit jrfca ipjTSf 131, or Che Hpt «b *J-)MD '3 pri;>p Upj». T[p^2Qj n.m. molten support, pillar; — pi. cstr. JTJS ^pxp 1 S 2 8 the supports of the earth area's; — pixp i4 5 ('as a pillar,' 'steep,' etc.) is difficult (cf. HPS) ; del. with ® Th Dr Bu. I. "YE* (-/of foil.; cf. possibly Ar. j£(j) cause to incline, lean; NH = BH (rare), so Aram. )»oT (cf. Kb"- 1 ' 90 ), K^S). tlN^S a.m.* Ji - 6 neck, back of neck;— abs. 'V Is 8 8 + , cstr. "WS Je 28 10 + 3 t. 28 ; sf. nxjX La 1", D-lIX Ne 3 s , etc.; pi. cstr. *$*($ Ju 8 21 +; sf. vy$ Gii27 ,6 +, DanKflf Je2V ls , toa-niKis Mi 2 3 ; — 1. neck, esp. back of neck, of man, wear- ing chain as ornament Gn 4 i 42 (E), so of woman Ct i 10 , cf. Ju 5 30 (rd. perh. 'im for "I-), elsewh. in Gn usu. pi. intens., of individual, '2T5J 7B3 45" (E), 46* 33 4 (Or; Kt sg.), so fi* naa 45" 46 s9 (all J); VJKjX r0H 2 f 6 smooth part of neck (J); neck of beautiful woman Ct 4 4 7 5 ; neck as pressed by foot of conqueror Jos 1 o 2424 (JE); place of yoke Gn 27 40 (sg.; J), Dt 28 48 Is io 27 Je 27 281112 28 10 " 12 - 14 30 8 ; of transgres- sions as yoke La i 14 ; place of bonds IS52 2 ; of bearing load, Ne 3 5 (fig-), hence calamity as burden Mi 2 3 ; neck as smitten with sword Ez 2 j 34. '>f~"iy as measurement of height (depth; in fig.) Is8 8 30 8 Hb3 ,s ; pny 'S3 fig. + 15 > speak not with arrogant neck (si vera 1.; but rd. perh. "NOT against the Bock, ® Kara rov 6tov, Bae Hup-Now Che Kau); of wicked, rushing against God Jb 1 s 26 .— 13ST13 13-iNjS"/? Las 5 is dubious; Matthes Lbhr Bae l3rS>y b)} ; Bu 'W b'V, and WBIH or l3Ett!T for ". 2. neck of animals, camels (wearing ornaments) Ju 8 2126 ; heifer Ho 1 o" (i. e. place of yoke, in fig. of Ephr.) ; horse Jb39 19 , crocodile 41". t[p112] n.[m.]pl. necklace; — sf. nn«  IfJjfylQ pjg Ct 4 9 . II. HA vb. confine, bind, besiege (NH id., wrap (rare); Aram. "W besiege, beleaguer); — Qal Pf. 2 ms. n-JJn Dt 14 25 , etc.; Impf. 3ras.13f>1 iK2o' + , 2 111S.TO Dt20 19 , etc.; Imv. fs.nw Is 2I = (after "b$ Kb 1 - 444 , cf.Ges' 72 '); Inf. cstr.-wh 1 S 23 s ; Pt. pi. nns 1 K 1 s 27 + ;— . confine, secure (|| I.V1X), ace. rei + 3 of recep- tacle Dt 14 25 2 K S^Ez 5 3 ; complem. om. 2 K 1 2". . shut in, besiege, c. ?J? of city 2 S 1 1 1 1 K 15 27 i6 17 20 1 2K6 2425 17 5 18 9 24 11 Is29 3 ( + acc. of siege-works), Je32 2 37 s 39 9 Dt 20 12 Ez 4 3 Dn i 1 ; c. 7? pers. (within city ) 2 S 2 o IS 2 K 1 6 5 Je 2 1 49 ; c. bit of city (for !>$?) Dt 20 19 ; c. b« pers. 1 S 23 s ; c. ON of city only 1 Ch 20' (|| 2 S n 1 supr.); abs. Is 2 1 2 .— T^V TyrrriK Q, 1? D , 3! ? Ju9 s ' is cor- rupt; Frankenb HIC *"" b, " , ' a ' Bu GFM Bpt Now D ,- }yp inciting against. 3. shut up, enclose : n.« W O^V n,x ? Ct 8 ° (b of maid [under fig. of door] -face, mater., cf. Is 29 s supr.); c. sf. pers. + 139 s (fig., '••subj.). T112J3 n. [m.] siege-enclosure, siege, en- trenchment; — alw.'Dabs., exc. cstr.lixp EZ4 7 , sf. «5J» v 8 ;— 1. siege tt»^ tif 'D Mi 4 14 he hath rrnsn 849 laid siege to us, cf. 'B n^ Wm EZ4 2 ; "B3 Mb is co»n« into a state of siege Dt 20" 2 K 24 10 25 s Je52 5 , cf. 'B3 njrni Ez4 s ; 'B3 *fi^ Je io 17 ; n; liSB Ez 4 7 8?"e^e 0/ Jems., but also 'VV^y 'O Zc 1 2 2 ; 'B 'B^ of duration of siege Ez 4 s 5* ; 'B 'D Na3 14 water for a siege; in phr. piXB31 'B3 in the siege and stress Dt 28 B3S " 7 Je 19 9 . 2. enclosure, i.e. siege-works Dt 20 20 ; late = ram- part Zc 9 3 , 'B Ty entrenched city yjf 31 22 (al. 6e- si'ejrecO, 60" (|| 108 11 ^aB'J?), cf. 2 Ch8 5 ; 'B^ my ii 5 , p!?B*rV3 'B3 D'3^ 32 10 ; 'd Hb 2 1 acc. to most(||ro.B?>8); but We der.fr. 1X3, i.e. watch- tower, Now conj. HBXB ( c f. HBXK1 foil.); > Buhl conj.lSB. — 'd n.pr.terr. v. p. 566. TmiXEJ n.f. siege-works, rampart; — abs. 'd Na 2 2 2 Ch 14 5 ; pi. nhttB 2 Ch 11" + , niXB Is 29 s , etc.; — 1. siege-works Is 29 s . 2. rampart 'B liXJ Na a* guard the rampart I ( || ^ITJT nBX j We Now der. fr. 1X3 , i.e. keep watch !), 2Chn u , '"VVIXB ny i$ b forti- fied cities, so nVVBfB(n) ny v »>.«> ' I2 4 a ,i fill. [ Tufl vb. shew hostility to, treat as foe (c. acc. pers.) (akin to II. T1X, to which SS assign the forms, but cf. Ar.jLS(^) act unjustly, also defraud; Syr. ]LUx, rival wife); — Qal Pf. 1 s. TTISTIK *JH Ex 23" (subj. "» ; || Y^img WW) ; /wip/. 2 ms. -mHk 3NiC-riS Dt 2 9 ; 2 mpl. sf. DlXrri>N v 19 ; Ft. arSx Dnxn Est 8". flV. ["11X] vb. fashion, delineate (NH id.; so Aram. "AX, »o. , >| ; )L»o*. picture, Sab. 11V, pi. miY Horn '"'"'"■ ,B Mordtm Hln,I " ,chrl4li ; Ar. iJ^B is loan-word acc. to Frii 272 ); — Pf. 2 ms. n-|?n Ez43 u ( for MT mjit) acc. to © We Sm Co Toy Berthol Krae, and thou shalt de- lineate the house (cf. ""n v 10 , 3roi yiin v n ); Impf. 3 ms. B'l.ns ink TJ*J Ex 3 2 4 (E) and fashioned it [the gold] with a graving-tool ; bHIByn verm "lxfi iK7 ls ( + acc.mater.),rd. p'X>l (pr), so ® SS Kit Benz cf. Th ; is. sf. ■piXN Je i 5 Kt, v. nx t [JTVI2] n.f. form, fashion ;— cstr. TOX Ez 43" v. foreg.; sf. frfjtt v" (© WTrtf^, so Co, or vniin, S o Berthol Krae ; Toy as MT); so also Kt v"" (Qr pi. sf. VJTHX) 2nd of these del. as dittogr. all moderns; 1st rd. as Kt Co Berthol, as Qr Toy; sg.sf.D-lttr(Ges S9I, Ko"-* 4() ) f 49 15 Qr (Kt D^X) their form (of the dead). ft [T!fl n.m. image ;— pi. tfT| Is 45"= idols; sg. sf. DTX V49 s Kt their form (v. iT)«f). V. "J1X (vV foil.; || III.-vix; cf. SI« nx, roc&, Aram. N"J ,t3 > ]»o^ MJ, so Palm. pi. Knie). f 1. T»a n.m. Jb29 - 6 rook, cliff ;— 'x abs. Ex 1 f + , cstr. Dt 8" + ; sf. T» 2822 s , etc. ; pi. D'l* Nu 23 s + , rrt-VOf Jb 28'"; cstr. *?» 1 S 24 :l (Gi v 2 );— 1. a. roc£y waM, cliff, Ex i7 6 - 6 (E), Dt 8 15 (en^nri 'x), is 4 8 21 - 21 f 78 1 " 105 41 1 14 8 (II e*c&n) ; 'S3 Ni3 l^ 10 , Dnx rfriyca v 19 , 'XT} niip33 v 21 , cf. Ex 33 2122 (JE); yielding honey (from its clefts) f 81 l7 (cf. Dt 32"; Dy Perles A "" M We rd. *|1X); as look-out Nu2 3 9 (JE), home of goats 1 S 24 s (Gi v 2 ), snow- covered Je 18' 4 ; bearing (olives for) oil Dt 32" ('X B^B^O), Jb29 6 ; resort of homeless 24 s , pierced by miners 28 10 , cf. perh. D vflj 'X3 JVC* TBW 22" deposit (thy) gold in the rock of the wadys (most sub IX pebble); as quarry, fig. of Abr. as ancestor of Isr. Is 5 1 ' ; place of security

Ch n u , -tfE*Bri 'X Je 2 1" (of city), fig. f 2 f 

6i a ; symb. of firmness Na I 6 Jb 14 18 18 4 ; en- during material 1 9 s4 . b. rock with flat surface

S 2 1 10 Pr3o 19 . c. block of stone, boulder Ju 

6 21 13" (as altar); cf. ^38 T« I s 8' 4 (|| [3X ^153). d. rock with specif, name, 3liy 'X Ju 7 s5 Is io 26 . 2. a. fig. of God (33 t.) as support and defence of his people (oft. || D'fp*?, ' etc.), ij?yB 'x is 17 10 , Tiya 'x f 31 3 , '•ly 'x 62 s , ji'jno 'x

i 3 , *iriyB» 'X Dt 3 2 15 cf. 2 S 22 47b (but deL, v. 

II ^i8 47 ), f 89 27 95 1 , , nyit?'l 'X 6 2 3 - 7 , 'pnp 'x 94 «  btrte) 'X Is 30 29 2 S 23 s (personif.),n« ^ 18 347 = 2 S 22 s -"'*, + i 9 ls 28 1 92 16 144', ^b 'X 73 21 V&t Dt 32 31 , C,">« v 30 ^ 78 s5 ; c. 3 essent. " H;3 D'B^iy 'X Is 26 4 (cf. ^62"; v. 3 I.Vc); as n.pr. dei (the) Bock Dt 32 418 (T^ 'X), v 37 Hb 1 l! , + (perh.)^ 75 6 (rd.11X3, v.lSJX; v. also "llXHlB). b. of a heathen god Dt 32 31 , cf. Is 44 s , ">»' O 'N Hy>3B 2 S 2 2 32 II ^ 1 S 32 , cf. 1 S 2 2 .— Vid. also niX JV3 and Dnsn npi)n. — f 89" v. -IX sub III. mx, 49" v. .T11X sub III. nix. f 11. "flS n.pr.m. 2ovp (Rock); — 1. a prince of Midian Nu 25 15 31 8 Jos 13 21 . 2. Gibeon- ite 1 Ch 8 s0 9 M . T7N" , '1^!J n.pr.m. (my rock is Et); — a Levite Nu 3 s5 , 2ovpttj.

1 ' ; TO' , '11!J n.pr.m. 2ovp(()iiraSm[f] (my rock 

is Shadday); — a Simeonite Nu I 6 2 12 7 s6 ' 4 ' 10". •TO 850 -»i2 Tyre v. -ft. TO &?*& ▼.•"*|I. [/VC?] Hiph. IS27 4 v. T». nSv. row. NTOv. iq?7. JinX (/of foil.; Ar. li*(j) oe cloudless, so Eth. S/ha): Aram. Nnx, 'ns 6« thirsty). t[nns] adj. intens. parched (cf. Ges (M6c._ cgtrX oy nns Is 5" parched with thirst. t[nntf] vb. be dazzling (£ nXPlS juKftfc; Syr. x.j 6« scorcfted, Aph. declare in writing (make clear), t~.LT clarus,lucidus,fvlgidus; { J^sms^>, liLS , »moo(A, pJam) ;— Qal Pf. 3 pi. 3^10 *«  La4 7 (|| JJ^O ^l), </tey are more dazzling (i.e. whiter) than milk (of effeminate skin). TTO adj. dazzling, glowing, clear; — DH njf Is 1 8* glowing heat; I"l5f n~ Je 4 11 glowing wind; DitKl l"IX '•Til Ct 5 10 my beloved is dazzling (white) and ruddy (cf. La 4") ; fpl. ninjf "13"]p Is 32 4 to spea& cZear (words), clearly. X [rPTO] n.[m.] shining, glaring, surface cstr. V?D n^ns i.e. a smooth, bare, rock Ez 24 7s 26 414 ; pi. BWrwa Ne 4 7 Qr (Kt D^nnxa), in glaring, bare places (1). tnlTTO n.f. scorched land;— '* ^ 68 7 . t • : t[nn^TO] n.[f.] scorched region; — pi. ninxmr is 58". pS (Vof foil.; NH n3n2{=BH; Aram. KTOnx stinking fluid, ^L., )U[foul). t[n3m] ni. stench; — sf. injTOt Jo 2 20 (|| iew3).— Cf. runx nap Ecclus n 12 . t[pn^] vb. laugh (Ar. isisJj, laugh, Syr. ^, cf. Ba KSM ; v. also pi*),— Qal i 5 /. 3 &• n^nv Gn i8 u , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. ~PD£ Gn 21 6 , pnx*i 17"; 3 f 8 . pnxrn 18 12 ;— laugh, Gn i8 12 - 131515 (J), 1 t 7 (P); c - ^ a *> concerning, 21*. Pi. imp/, pnri Ju 16 25 ; /«/. crfr. pmrj> Ex 32", (-3) U3 prift Gn 3Q 14 -' 7 ; Ft. pnXD Gn 19" 26 s , pmro 2 1 9 ; — 1. jest Gn 19 14 (J). 2. sport, ^ay Gn 21 9 (E) Ex 32* (J); make sport for Jui6 2S ( , ?.?i>; || u ^"PD'n); toy with (IV*), of con- jugal caresses Gn 26 s (cf. Doughty Ar * l '• De ■• 1 • 23, ), maie a toy of, c. 3, 39 14 ' 7 (all J). tph2 n.[m.] laughter;— 'K *{> rift pHX Gn 2i'(E) laughter hath God caused for me; pro =laughing-stock, Ji^l '*? njTUp Ez 23- 12 (del. ® B Hi Co Berthol Siegf Krae ; ' not Toy). prEr pnto^ n.pr.m. liradK-. Isaac, son ' t : • 108' ' t : • 4 m of Abr. and Sarah (he laugheth, cf. play upon nameGni8 ,2, (J)-2i 6 (E),i7 1719 (P);26 8 (J));— pnx? Gn 2 1 3 - 4 - 5 (E) + , 2 4 62 - 63 - 67 (J) + , 1 7 1921 (P)+ , (80 t. Gn, 9 t. Ex, 7 t. Dt), Lv 26 42 Nu 32" Jos 24", 1 K 18 36 2 Ch 13 23 1 Ch i 29 - 3484 i6 16 29" 2 Ch 30 6 ; +pn'f! Je 33 26 + 105 9 , and (=Israel) pnfc" nios Am 7 9 , pnt5» ITS v 16 . "inX (-/of foil.; cf. Ar.J&S xi. dry wp, become yellow [parched by sun], i^s^e reddish- gray colour (v. Mull K0nl ^ bst » dl - 6 )). F[inS] n.[m.] reddish-gray, tawny; — inv "1DX Ez 2 7 1S wool of reddish-gray, tawny wool, or (Hi-Sm Krae), o/land Sachar (si vera 1.; Co del. "ins as dittogr.). t^TO] adj. tawny;— fpl. rfnhx MiJhK Ju 5 '». t"^n2 n.pr.m. 1. father of Ephron the Hittite Gn 23 s 25°, taap. 2. son of Simeon Gn 46 10 Ex 6 16 , 2aap. 3. name in Judah 1 Ch 4 7 Qr (tn'SI ; Kt 1W), 2aap, ®L Ewrap. ~TVP_ 1 Ch 4 7 Kt, v. foregoing. + 1. S n.m. l! * 21 ship (loan-word from Egypt. t'al, ace. to Bondi ", cf. Erman 2MG *• (1892 >- m DHM voj,iii.7.i65. — abg.nnK ijf IS33 21 a majestic ship; pi. 07 Nu 24" (JE), Ez 30 9 ('X3; but ® vniv- 6-omts, cf. <&, whence Co Berthol CX?). fa. t" 1 ^] n.m. JeIi0 ' S9 a wild beast, prop, either desert-dweller (denom. from HJJf, so most), or orier,yelper(/*mv=c?yi[y«^,Dozy],Ba NB198 , cf. Ew' 14 "'"*); — in any case a specif, animal, but not certainly identif.; Bo B1 " OI1, " bs>} ", cp. Ar. '^iwild cat;— V . WS Isi 3 21 (f. D'JK v 22 ), 23" 34 14 ( + D ! { <), Je5o M (id.; all betokening desolation); 1$B$+ 74 ,4 ( rd - /5f ^Hup-Now Bae); appar. of people 72 9 , but prob. corrupt, 01 conj. CIS (1| 1*5*), and so most moderns. HQIS and (2 S 1 6 4 ) N2!J n.pr.m. 2(e)./3a: T ■ V ' T * 16 servant of Saul's house, 2 S 9 s ' 2 +I4t-9> l6 ' 1 9 < t|VT»? and (Gnio ,519 49 s ) ]T>2 n.pr.loc. Siddn, 2480)1/, ancient Phoenician city, on coast N. of Tyre (in As. Sidun(n)u, COT 010 "; TelAm. $iduna, Ph. |TX, OAram. fTV; in Egypt. Dir(d)u-na, WMM ** »• Eur - 184 ) ; — ' first-born ' of ■•a-re

-re Canaan Gn io ls =iChi"; northern limit of Canaanite Gn io 19 , cf. 49"; defined as nan 'X Jos 1 1 8 (so 19* infr.); also Ju i" io« ('X «B^J), 1 8 s8 1 K 1 f; named with Tyre Jos 1 9* (cf. v 29 ),

S 24" (cf. v 7 ), Is 23" and rra n^na v 12 (cf. 

v 6 , etc.), Je 25 s 27 s 47* Ez 27 s 28 2122 (cf. v 212 ), Zc 9 2 Jo 4 4 .— Vid. Pietsch mn "- M *Prutz A - pwtota, » (1876), 98 «f. Ko^BBII. 478 IT. J e I, U y ne g Vojtge lit Her Morte I. 18 ff.. udn. VHI. gJP»lS(18»8), SlStt T' , a < T!£ adj. gent, of foregoing; — "x Ju 3' EZ32 30 ; elsewhere pi. D^TX Dt 3 9 + , D'3iTX Ju io 12 , Wjfa i8 7 + 3 t.; fpl. n'jnx 1 K 11 1 ;— as subst.=/SV<£oman«, coll. c. art. Ez 32 30 Ju 3'; in earlier lit. appar. = Phoenicians Dt 3' Jos 13 46 Ju 3 3 io 12 i8 7 - 7 1 K 5 20 (=Tyre v 15 ), i6 31 (if, [Jos *■"•""• "- 1 ] Ethb. was king of Tyre also), Ez 32 30 ; also 'X '$* Tfpfi 1 K 1 i" 3 , cf. 2 K 23'*; named with Tyrians 1 Ch 2 2 4 Ezr 3". V¥, n*lX (Vof foil.; kr.V^be parched, so Aram. KJf, «# (not £), Jo, (chiefly in Lexx)). T PF!? n.f. dryness, drought ; — abs. 'X Ho 2 6 + ; pi. ni»Xf 105 41 ;— droM^«Jb24 19 (||Dh); elsewh. of land (oft. || "la-jO, nrjS?, etc.): 'X H? Zand of drought, desert Ho 2 5 (sim.), Je 2 6 50 12 (fig.), 51" Is 4 i 18 53 2 (i« *™-)> * 107 35 ; 4-NO? Ez i 9 ,3 (fig.). + W Jo 2 20 . -r^V *6 3 2 (fig); 'X=cfa>erf Is 35 1 Zp 2 13 Jb 30 3 ^78 17 ; pi. ios 41 . T1V2 n.[m.] dryness, parched ground (on format, v. Lag BN204 );— 'X3 S#t| Is 25 s , 'X3 3 2 3 (|| nB3| fft; both in sim.'). p"2 n.pr.loc. 2(e)ia>i>; Siyyon, Zion (Syr. V^o.:,' older form, ace. to Lag BNMc ' 198 );— 'X 2 S5 7 +; nj^'X Je4 6 ; — stronghold (of Jebusites), 'X rnxp captured by David, and made his resi- dence^ s 5 7 = 1 Ch 1 1 5 (both + in ty iwj), n S. part of E. hill of Jerusalem, distinct from site of temple 1 K S l = 2 Ch 5 2 (both 'X IPrl H -vyo), not elsewh. in narrative, but often in poets and proph.: as name of Jerus., from political point of view (sts. = inhabitants), Am 6 7 (|| jhOteHn), || D^W Mi3 l012 = Je 26 ,s , Is 4 3 30 19 40 9 41 27 52 1 62 1 6 4 9 Zp 3 16 Zc i 1417 + 51 20 and ('ma) Is 52' Mi4 8 (|| WfllJ), La 2 ,3 (|| id.), also ('X nap) Je5i 35 ; =Jerus. also Isi4 32 33 5 + , so esp. in phr. 'x nija is 3 1617 4 4 Ct 3 U , 'x '?.a La 4 2 Jo 2 s3 + 149 2 (|| V#*), cf. Zc 9 13 , rpjfn$ 'x ffjjj is

8 , and even 'inn 2 K 19" = Is 37 s2 (both 

|| HArty Is 29 s (|| boj v 7 ), Ob 17 - 21 Vr 4 8 12 (|| ni:a rnirp), 125 1 ; so also t nann L316 1 and io 32 Qr (Kt IV3 : || tktpKfy); C f. 'X-DiiO Je 31"; in foil. 'X~in might refer to temple-hill Is io 12 ( + lAnj), 3l *( + nriyaa = 't*T v 5 ), La 5" Jo 3 s (+ / WHJ); specif, of Jerus. as abode of' and place of his worship Am i 2 Is 31 9 Zc 8' Mi 4 ! =Is 2 3 , Jo 4 18 + 102 22 135 21 147" (all || 'tPVV), 76 s (|| D.bc') ; partic. of sanctuary 20 3 (&$), l 4 7 =53 7 + ; of Jerus. 'X~in ^ 4 8 3 (|| ifoj nnp an), 78 08 (|| rTJW B3#), Is 2 4 23 (|| fng, etc.; 'X , "!n i !' in same sense f)r 133 3 ; particularly of sanctuary Is 4 s and (|| t*5H0) Jo 2 1 4 17 ; "W 'X '#•£ ^2 6 is seat of king.— Vid. also 'XTia, TV}, 'x rap sub na, in, ae». |re v. m. pp? v. nix. T NITS n.pr.m. an overseer of Nethinim Nen 2 who are called WTX '33 Ezr 2 4S = , ?3 KnX Ne 7 46 ; 2r;a, 2iaau, 2iaX, 2ovai, etc. Q*£ tTS v . i, 11. , X. p? n.pr.loc. v. JX. pa" 1 ? v. pjx. "I 3>2 v. iyx. »ps v. 11. ta. 1. ps, ronst v. i. [px]. ■(•ii. Y^S n.[m.] meaning dubious ; only in axioi) r s_yj ? Je 48' usu. (after AW Ra Ki al.) wirujs (coll.) (cf. Aram, px wing, fin, Thes Gf al.); cf. Perles A "» 1 - 46 , who reads )"*" (wing-) feathers (as in Aram.); © trij/xda, whence Gie siyn-post,rdg.]^ , — orDJ, — (indicating flight). fin. y2 n.pr.loc. in 'Xn nb$p 2 Ch 20"; A perh. radical, cf. Wady Has&sd, and plateau Ilasdsd, N. of Engedi, Buh'l Gw>er - 97 ; ® A<r«, ©L rrjs *£ot)s Atriaa. tn^S n.f. tassel, look (/dub.; NH id., so % NriTX, Syr. J&To. ; cf. Ar. iLfU hair on forehead); — 'X abs. Nu 15 3839 tassel on flowing ends C???) of garments, cstr. Ijan 'X v 38 (v. Kennedy H " tDBU - 69 - F "" ,0,s ); '?^ 'X Ez 8 3 ZocJfc of hair on forehead. a^p"^ v. abpx. I. "T'X (/ of foil.; cf." Li (t5)6ecom«, attain to, go; perh. Sab. (Min.) TX {cause to become), form Hom chpe " 125 );— on Hithp. Jos 9 4 v. TX. f 11. "1^2 n.m. rr25 - 13 envoy, messenger; — 'v abs. Je49 14 + , cstr. Pn 3 17 ; pi. W?)J Isi8 2 ; sf. ^l^lX 57 9 ; — envoy, from Cush Is 18 2 , from apostate Isr. 57 s ; from Je49 ,4 = Ob'; messen- ger in gen. D'JBD|J T| Pr 13", |0«3 'X 25".— Ll'Xv. III.11X. "P2 II. *VX (v'of foil.; 1 turn, revolve; NH "VX pivot (of door), hinge, so Ar. JbJa (cf. .LIU,, Dozy 1 -™"); perh. As. «m<; Aram.W?T?, jL'ilj). fm. [T2] n.fin.] pivot (of door), binge; — sf. pryirby 3iDn nSn p r2 6 14 (in || of sluggard).

  • fiv. ["^2j n.[m.] pang (prop.writhingy, —

pi. D'T? Is 138 21 s ; cstr. *?¥ 21 s ; sf. T| Dn io", nn.V 1 S 4 19 ;— pangs of childbirth iSV, so (sim.) Is 2 1 3 ; and, of terror, 13 8 ( + Dv3n), 21 s ; in gen., of physical effects of mental dis- tress Dn io 16 . , n 72 v. in. S6v. t [!77¥] vb. roast flesh (NH id.; so Ar. 5U (ts), Eth.RrtoJ:);— Qal 7mp/. 3 ms."?? rbv Is44 16 Ae roasteth a roast; 1 s.l'eo >"^XK v 19 ; Inf. cstr. Tfb^b 1 S 2 15 give flesh pfcQ) to roast. T , 72 adj. et n.itt. roasted, roast; — cstr. (as adj.) SW"^X (P) of flesh pB»3) Ex 1 2 8 ' 9 (opp. CTB3 ^30); abs. as subst cogn. IS44 16 v. [n$jf]. fl. [17 7^] vb.rush;— (Thesal.cp.SnpX, Syr. — ii., cleave, penetrate, then advance, v. foil.);— Qal Zy. 3 fs. nnpxi consec. 1 S io 6 ; 3 pi. Vlj«n 2 S i|f, 8 ; Vmp/ 3 ms." npx? Am 5 6 (v. infr.), 3 fs. npXRI Jui4 6 + ;— rush,)™ '*) 2S19 13 they ruslied into tlie Jordan (dub., v. Dr HPS), tipi' n"3 tW3 "i Am 5" lest he rush like fire upon the house of Joseph (or house, etc. GASm ; Now conj. EW3 1VSP); esp. of sudden possession by (DTii'K) * rtti , c. ^5? pers. Ju 1 4 6 the Spirit . . . rushed upon him, so v 19 15 14 1 S io 610 1 1 6 ; c. ?N pers. 16 13 and (of Hfl '« t*T) 18 10 . f II. [n7Xj rf/X] vb. advance, prosper (NH id.; Ph. Pi. causat. in n.pr.; Ar. "_Li 6e in good condition, cf. Sab. nPXn Sab Deukm 93 ; Aram, npx, ^^ prosper) ; — Qal 7/. 3 fs. nn?X Je 12 1 ; 7m.j/. 3 ms. rQV. Je 13'+, etc.; Imv. ms. n?X; — prosper, of way of wicked Je 12 1 , cf. Nu'14 41 IS53 10 54 17 Ez i7 91 » Dn 11 27 ; c. b rei, = 6e jrocxZ /or anything Je 13 710 Ez 15 4 ; subj. pers., nbs., Je 22 3030 Ez 17", ^ 45 s 6e *mc- cessful ! n^bob 'nbxfn Ez 16" and thou didst prosper to royalty (dub.; del. © Co Toy; >Sta suw ,1 om). 337 r. Krae n3t6opi. e .hai-lotry). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. O^xn Gn 24 21 ,' 2 ms. I?r6*™ 1 Ch 22 11 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. O'Sx! Ne 2 20 4- , n?X_»l 1 Ch 29 s3

0^7272 

CI132 30 , etc.; Imv. ms. npxn 1K22 12 -)-, nirbsn Ne 1 ", niv_ ^ 1 1 8 2S , etc. ; Pt. D'bxp Gn 24"+; — 1 . make prosperous, bring to successful issue, of , c. ace. of man's way (T3^)> Gn 2 ^ iM - 42 - 56 (J), c. ace. rei Gn 39 323 (J), c. ace. pers. 2 Ch 26 5 ,Opers. Nei" 2 20 ; abs.send success tyi 18 25 ; human subj. c. ace. ^HDt28 29 Jos i 8 (D),Is48 ls ^ 37 7 , so prob. i 3 (al. sub 2), 2 Ch 7"; c. ace. noitp Dn 8 2 *. 2. sAew, experience, prosperity, of men 1 K 22 ,2 - ,5 =2Chi8" 14 , Je 2 37 ( + b pers. in ref. to whom) s 28 32 s 1 Ch 22" 13 29 s3 2 Ch 13 12 14 6 20 20 24 20 3 i 21 3 2 30 (W'B'J?P"i'33), Pr 28 1S Dn8 12 (of horn), v 24 n 36 ; rvbxpV'K Gn 39 2 (J) a prosperous man; subj. i|7v ^ u ^ ( c ^ - V' * 3 supr.), s word Is 55 11 . III.n7X (/of foil.; NH rvr6x=BH; cf. Aram. WVni^X, JfcLLaiL (in Lexx)flat dish; EthSAA: Amhar.Jrt'h; }W:(v.Pra An "' »i>'-*««=); Ar. £**, all bowl, dish; v. Fra 63170 ). t [nn^] n.[f.] pot for cooking ;— pl.nirfo? 2 Ch 35 ,T3 (+nn ,, p, D-IH). t/JTlfe n.f. dish ;— 2 K 2 1 13 (sim.), nr£y Pr^ 54 26 15 (v. JOB). tn^Ii^ n.f. ;^r;— nB»nn 'X 2 K 2 s ". ^2 v. nbx.

  • T

fl. [77S] vb. tingle, quiver (NH Sx^X w«rr(rare); Ar. JJi, Jjii; $ fy; Syr.^j);— Pf. 3 pi. ibW Hb 3 16 ; 7m;>/. 3 fpl. flj^pj 1 S 3", njbxPl (Ges 5578 ) 2 K2 1 12 Je 19*;— tingle, of ears, at horrid sound 1 S 3 11 2 K 21" Je 19 3 (all of dreadful news); of lips, quiver in terror Hb 3 16 . . [72?2] n.[m.] whirring, buzzing; — cstr. D?W3 i>x5>X jn.8 Is 18 1 land of buzzing of (insects') wings (so prob. ; other views v. inDi). fli. [?2b2] n.[m.] spear (fr. whizzing); — cstr. D'?^ ?X?X Jb40 31 ^s 7 i-spear, Itarpoon. "7272 n.m. a whirring locust (cf. As. sarsaru, Ar. J-^i, Syr. )»_.T, )*»i»i >' Lag G«.Abi,.i«Mi.9._ I ) t 2 8 42 (devouring; notidentif.; ip,.NBB313 '

0^7272 n.m. pi. musical instr. of per- 

clashing sound; NH ,,-'X2S6 5 ( + D'y?y?0 q. v.; |l I Ch 1 3 s B$Pft', cstr. Wj^f^f cussion, cymbals (with cfai ^x.Aram.PpxlsX, »J)— 'X nb ■20 ^150', nyrtfl >X v 5 ;— cf. Now*"*-'-* 721 Benz Arch. 277 "yy ++Eu«. Tr. 232 t [n?Sp] n.f. bell (fr. tinkling) ;— pi. cstr. D^Dnni-)SDZci4 M . tQrp2Q n.f.du. cymbals (appar. later equiv. of tffrj>? where v. reff.);— '» 1 Ch 13 8 (H2S6 5 v. D^X?X), 1 5" 16 s42 25" 2CI15 1213 2 9 2S Ezr 3 10 Ne 12 27 ; B*»- 1 Ch 15" 28 25'. fll. [ 77X] vb. sink, be submerged (NH uZ./ As. saldlu, sink down, sink to rest, 11. launch (Hvt Frol " A "" r- Gr ' "" iU,LBi B *"' Gen ' N ) • Etli R Art; float, cf. Nes H4rx : Aram. ^?,"^-j> are filter, cla- rify) ;— Qal P/. 3 pi. D^pa nnsiy? 6{Sj| Ex 1 5 10 . fill. [7 /¥] vb. be or grow dark (cf. Ar. ji be black, JJj s/(ade; Eth. RAA: be dark; As. «t7lu, shade, saldlu, Pi. roo/ over, so Sab. bbSt [11.], n^I3 cet^, roo/, Hom Ch ""- ,26 , cf. Palm.NWon ; OAram. ^7D overshadow, Aram. K$B, Jb^ shadow);— Qal P/. 3 pl."^ % '1* Ne 1 3 19 the gates of Jerusalem grew dark, i.e. evening came on. Hiph. Ft. i>XD enh Ez 3 1 3 a shadowing wood (but del. © Co Toy Krae). t b~2 n.m.* 144 ' 4 shadow;— 'x abs. 2 K 20 9 + , cstr. Gni9 8 + ; sf. 1?>X *i2i 6 , ^t Ez 3 i 6 +, also iffi Jb 40 22 , etc. '; pi. tS»Js^y Ct 2" 4 6 ; . cstr. !??X Je6 4 ;— 1. sAarfow on dial 2 K 2o 9J0UU1 11 Is 38 s ; S^n^l Je6 4 , cf. Ct2 17 4 6 ; of mt. Ju 9 36 . 2. shadow, slw.de, as protection (fr. sun) : of branches, Ju 9 15 (in allegory), Ho 4 13 Jb40 S2 Jon 4 5 - 6 and (in fig.) Ho 14 8 Ez 17 23 3I e.i2.i7 ^So 11 Ct 2 3 (of refreshment, delight); of rock Is 32 2 (sim.); 'rnp 'X Gn 19 8 shadow of my roof; of cloud Is 2 5 4 and (fig. of s pro- tection) 4 6 25 4 , so prob. 16 3 ; T?? 3 ' x shadow of thy wings, fig. of s protection jr 1 7 8 36" 57-' 63 s ; shade, in gen., Jb7 2 , fig. of * ^121'; hence = protectim, defence,of city (wall) Je 48 45 ; of' Nu 14 9 (JE), yjrgi 1 (v. also n.pr. ^X3), cf. ^1J 'X Is 49 2 (covering prophet, under fig. of sword), 51' 8 (covering people); of human ally IS30" 3 , of king La4 20 ; also of wisdom Ec 7" money v". — RpV? Is34 15 appar. ref. to TiEp, but improb.; rd. perh. IVXS her eggs Du Che Bpt (Che HebHpt transp. rnrn H^M). 3. shadow as symb. of transitoriness of life Jb 8 9 1 4 2 V' ' 44 4 (in'iy ^>X3), Ec6 12 8"; "1123 ^X3 of an individ. life near its' end f 102 12 , so Mb?? ^'3 109 23 ; in sim. of emaciated members, ?S3 *1X*! Jb 1 7'.

D l, s 

t H^S n.pr.f. wife of Lam. Gn 4**^ 2<X a . tTlW n.pp.m. (Thes expl. as «J l^X);— 1. Benj'., 1 Ch 8 20 , 2*Xn(9(<)i. 2. V^X, Manas- site, 1 Ch 12 21 (van d.H. v 20 ), 2 ff w&<, 2<A«0a, etc. trYipyS n. [m.] death -shadow, deep shadow, poet. (prob. = 73f+ Dip, ® (usu.) <riaa davdrov, cf. <S SB, soThesSchwaliy Leb «"" dTo,le ' 194 , v. esp. No ZAW " u <im> - ,8S * ; Ew Br and most mod. (afteroldercomm.)rd.nit3pSc/ar&«ess,<fe«p</ar&- ness, cp. Ar. Ilk iv, As. [taldmu], Eth. R^ff": be black, dark) ; — death-shadow, oft. || ^KTI, HTp, etc., and opp. "ip.3, "I1K. 1. = deep shadow, darkness (cf. ^ T»J , ^ H«): Am 5 8 Jb 3 5 1 2 22 24 1 '* 28 3 34 22 ; of eyes heavy with weeping 16 16 ; 'X Din?3 24" b terrors of the darkness. 2. fig. a. of distress Jei3 16 ^io7' 014 ; 'X Hv Is 9'- b. of extreme danger Je 2 6 ^ 23 4 44 20 . 3. characterizing world of the dead, 'XI 'HBTI )^K Jb io 21 , 'X bsk to? v 22 (text dub., v. Bu Du) ; 'X *)$&) 38" (® TrvXupoi St aSou; gllgrTJ^- ^bs, a¥yi, f&i v. ^r. "H}1E77-2n n.pr.f. in Judah (</if« shade, thou <Aa< turnest to me /) 1 Ch 4 3 , EtnfKt^aiv, etc. . 77^ (v / of foil. ; meaning dub.; Eth. IV. floRrt^: is unleavened bread (Di 1S57 as pure, unfermented, cf.^i sub Ii. ?PX), more prob. would be designation of shape). tWS Kt, h"h"2 Qr a.m. cake, round loaf ;— enVf Dn^ qt Ju 7 13 (cf. GFM). Q7X (-/of foil.; No z * Qxl < 1886, ' 7S3 '- cp. Ar. iLijCMio^e.g. anear,anose); — NHDjX=BH, so As. salmu, Sab. ni>X Gildemeister 2 " 8 ""< 1870) - 18 ° CIS w.bo.2.i. <; Aram.Kp^)X, lott^j, OAram. KD^v, so Nab. Palm, (also xnoW of woman's statue)).

072 n.m. Kz '"• '" image (something cut out, 

cf. ^DB ; No 'Schnitzbild') ;— 's abs. ■f39 7 , cstr. Gn i 27 + ; sf. to^X v 27 5 3 , «pbx 1", Dpi)S ^ 73 20 ; pi. cstr. 'Obx 1 S 6"+ , sf. VC&X 2 Ki i 18 2 Ch 23 17 , Da'ppX Am 5 Sf ; — 1. images of tumours and mice (of gold) 1S6 5511 ; esp. of heathen gods Am s 26 (text dub. ; del. We as gloss, cf. GASm Dr), 2Kn 18 =2CIi23 17 (both c. vb. rOf>), Ez 7 20 , so ">3J 'X 16 17 (i.e. in male form, ace. to fig. of harlotry for idolatry); DrODO 'Dps Nu 33 s2 their molten images; of painted pictures of men Ez 23". 2. image, likeness, of resem b'j blance, 'X3 (K13) flfe^, of God's making man in his own image, Gn i 26 (H«nlO-J3), v 2727 9 «, 'X| 5' (||irflD"l3; all P). 3. fig. =mere, empty, image, semblance, 'X3 -^ 30/ as (3 essentiae) a (mere) semblance man walks about ; njPR DDpX 73 s0 <Aou wilt despise their semblance. fi. yitt?? n.pr.mont. 1. 'Xnn J u g ,s near Shechem, not identif., cf. GFM, Buhl "*'- 10 °; E/>/iwv (erron.). 2. snow-capped mt. ^68 u , prob. E. of Jordan (in Hauran ace. to Wetzst, cf. Buhl "*- 11S ), 26X/io>».' f 11. pQp? n.pr.m. a hero of David 2S23 28 (=".W 1 Ch 11 29 ), (2>XXa>, @L E^ av . mnbx v. III. y?t. v t : - T niby^ n.pr.loc. station of Isr. in wilder- ness Nu 33 4M! , 2fX^wi/a. D >>2 n.pr.m. a king of Midian, + TO Ju 8 5 + IO t. Ju 8, !//■ 83 12 , SfXfMH-a, 2aX/i. I. i^/X (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. ili, decline, deviate, %X2 curved; NH 5? ?X = BH, so Ar. iL, As. seZu, BAram. J&JJ, K?h>, Syr. Jus^f). H2 n.f.(m. 1 K 6 M , and appar. Ex 26 21 ) rib, side ;— abs/x Gn 2 K + , cstr. I^X Ex 2 6 M + , also y^S 2 S i6 13 ; sf. iV^? Ex 25 12 + ; pi. D^ 1K6 34 , rfafor v 3 +; cstr. n'yb? EZ4I 26 -)-; sf. vnjJ^X Gn 2 2, '+ ;— 1. rib of man Gn 2 2122 (J). . Wo of hill, i.e. ridge, or terrace 2 S 16 13 . . side-chambers or cells (enclosing temple like ribs) 1 K 6 56 (rd. 'Sri for Sim, v. [S^]), 7 3 , so of Ezek.'s temple Ez 4i 5 + 10 t. 41 (on text v. Co Toy Krae). 4. ribs of cedar and fir, i.e. planks, ioairft(pl.), of temple wall 1 K 6 15 -' 6 , floor v 15 . 5. leaves of door v 34 . 6. (in P) side, of ark (fnty Ex 25 121214 = 3 7 3 - 31i ; of tabern. (I?fl?) 26 20 (l|n$# v ls ), v 26 - 27 - 2 ^ 3 6 25 (H'B v 23 ), v"- 85 , 26 36Ji ; of altar 27 7 = 3 8 7 , 3 o 4 = 37 w .— Je 20'° Jb i8' 2 v. 5>i>X sub II. jfof. tjHS n.pr.loc. in Benj. Jos 1 8 s8 , AOL 2«Xa[(.)Xatf>] ; burial-place of Saul 2821" (»&), «V rji irXivpa ; poss. = Tel Am. Zilu, so Zim ZA "• ^ Jastr JBI " ,(189!M ' 106 (Wkl, however, thinks of jta). til. [J7/X] vb. limp (Ar. lib, Aram. jta Aph.);— Qal Pi. lan^j} yb* Gn 3 2 82 (J; of Jacob); f. ny?'2fri as subst., of personif. Judah as flock [[to] Mi 4" 7 Zp 3".

HNQ2 

tlrTJj n.[m.] limping, stumbling; — fig. of calamity, abs. 'X? ^ 38 18 / am ready (|i33) /or stumbling (and falling) ; sf. VpSS ^ 35 15 at w»y stumbling ; 'X nDfeJ Je 20 10 watchers of my stumbling; iVpXp |i33 TX Jb 18 12 ruin is ready for his stumbling. — Vid. also JOX cstr. T*p2 n.pr.m. (NH caper-plani); — father of a wall-builder Ne 3 30 , 2fXf(<|>), etc. T "1)1072 n.pr.m. of Manasseh, Nu 26 s3 - 33 27 17 3 6 2 ' 6 ' » Jos 17 3 I Ch 7 16U , 2aX7raa8, etc. TnS72 n.pr.loc. in Benj. 1 S io 2 (si veral.; prob. crpt. (Dr); HPS conj. V^VO, cf. 2 S 21"). , 11. [b^hs], bubs, a-bihs v. i. &x.

  •  : • A"T : • : : v

T p72 n.pr.m. Ammonite hero of David 2 S 2 3 37 = I Ch 1 1 39 , EX<«, 2eX(X)i/(((), SakaaO, etc ">rh$ v. III. b^x. t [KDS] vb. be thirsty (NH = BH (rare); so Ar. ^b, Eth. Ry& As. si2»w, <Atrs«, etc.); —Qal Pf. 3 fs. nxox ^ 4 2 3 63 s ; 2 fs. noxi consec. Ru 2 9 (Ges S76 '«); 1 s. "rm J u 4 19 (Ges

  • 74k ); 3 pi. 1K»X Is 28 21 ; Impf. 3 ms. NOXjIEx

17 3 Ju i5 18 ; 3 "mpl. V«jf, Is 49 10 , 'X>1 Jb 24"; 2 mpl. WDXn Is 65 13 ;— be thirsty Ju 4 1 ' 15" Ku 2 9 is 48 21 49 10 (|| w;), 65" (|| vpn) Jb

11 ; c.i>rei,Ex ^(E)*; fig. D^K? ?a? nXDV 

V' 42 s my soul thirsteth for God, cf. 63 2 . "NQ2n.[m.] thirst;— abs. 's Exi7 3 + , sf. ^NDS +69* etc.;— Ex 17 3 (E), Ju 15 18 Ho 2 5 Am> La 4 4 Ne 9 20 V 69 w ; || 3(1 Is 5 13 (van d. H. nDX), Dt 28 48 Ne9 15 2 Ch^"; of wild asses f 104", of fish 'X3 Dbni l s 50 2 , but rd. perh. (or nXOX3) NOX3 UPKir> Gunk Sch0pf - 98 Che Hpt Marti (cf. 'is 44^ sub foil'.); fig. of grief of exile Is 4 1 17 , cf. NOX1 HJX }H? Ez 19 13 ; c. b, thirst for water Am 8 n . — 'X3 Je 48 18 is prob. corrupt; read perhaps J^tO (Gie), or "iDy3. t NCS adj. thirsty ;— abs. 'x Is 2 1 14 + ; fs. ns»X Dt 29 18 ; pi. D^NDX f iof;— thirsty, usu. + (or ||)3jn : 2 S 17 29 Pr 25 21 ^ 107 s , as subst. thirsty one Is 29" 32 s ; so also 21 14 , and (fig. of thirst for'^'sfavour^s 1 ; NDX 4 4 3 = thirsty land (Gunk lc - prop. HNCs); nNosrrri? nnn Dt29 18 tlie watered (plant, herbage) with the thirsty, fig. of entire people. TnN02£ n.f. parched condition; — Je 2 s3 spare thy throat 'XD, from being 2>arched(in&g.). pMQS TpNTSS n.[m.] thirsty ground; — abs. 'x Dt8 l5 Is35 7 ^io7 5S . t[iP^] vb. bind, join (Ar. JLw bind, wind, specif, of girl with two lovers We 00N 1893 '

  • "; fasten (cattle) to yoke Dozy, a'»1* yoke, Id.;

As. samddu, bind, harness, so Eth. Qaofi.: and in. be attached, attach oneself, specif, be (re- ligiously) devoted; Aram. "IDS, *&>, bind); — Niph. Impf. 3 ms. *1B1T*1 Nu 25'; 3 mpl. VTOX'l f 106 28 ; Pt. pi. b , "!»M NU25 5 ; join, attach, oneself to (7) Baal Peor, i.e. adopt his worship Nu 25 3S (Jii!), whence ^ I06 28 . Pu. Pi. f. ITTOXD 2 S 20 8 a sword bound upon (?5?) his loins. Hiph. Impf. 3 fs. npn» TOXn •^ 50" </*y tongue combineth (fitteth together, frameth) deceit (>denom. fr. "1BX Gerber 170 ). t"7n2n.m. ltt ""couple, pair;— 'X cstr. Ju i9 3 +; sf. VTOX Je 51 23 ; pi. CPTOX 1 K 19" 2 K 9 2i (but v.infr.); cstr. *3^P Is 5'° (Ges* 93 -);— 1. couple, pair, usu. of animals, E'lOn '2? Ju 19" 2 S 16 1 ; "ii?3(n) 'X span of oxen iSii' 1 K 19 21 , pi. of more than one span v 19 (plough- ing), Jb i 3 4 2 1J ; D<-na -ipx 2 K 5 17 ; n^na 'x Is 2i~* a pair of horsemen; pi. also of one pair of riders 2 K 9 s5 (but rd. prob. "TO?, so Kit); 'X alone = span (of oxen) Je 51 23 . 2. a measure of land (only square measure in OT) like acre; orig. appar. what a span can plough (in a day; v. Now*"*' 1 '* 8 Benz Arch208 ; cf. mod. /ad<&m, = what can be ploughed in a season Schumacher 2PVlUcl889> - im - Acros,,or,Un2!! , or in a day Bergheim^* 18 "' 192 , Ency. Bib. ACBE ), rn.B>'X 1 S 14 14 (on text v. DrHPS); Cn?""!?? Is 5 10 . fiTCS n.m. a ° 24 ' 22 bracelet (bound on wrist);— abs. 'V Nu 3 i M ; pi. D'TDX Gn 2 4 ra + 1 —bracelet Gn 24 s2 - 30 - 7 (J), Nu 31 50 (P); in fig. Ez i6" 23 42 . f 11. TD2 n.[m.] cover, of vessel, Nui9 is . nss v. d»v. T ** t TltyH vb. sprout, spring up (NH id., so % ITQX ; Syr. —<«. spring or shine forth, Llx>j shining, also sprout; Ph. ITOX posterity); — Qal yy. 3 ms. te-npv Lv 13 37 ; 3 pi. *n?X1 consec. Is 44*; Impf. 3 ms. noy Jb 5 6 , 3 fpl. njnpxn i s 42', etc.; P<. no's Ex io 5 , nioix Ec

6 ; fpl. rrintpjf Gn 41 623 ; — sprout, spring up: 

1. of plants, trees, etc. Gn 2 5 Ex io 3 (both J), Gn4i 623 (E), Ez 17 6 (in fig.); once (late) 15?!

pes D^XJJ noix Ec 2" wood sprouting with trees (full of growing trees); fig. of future ruler (v. n ?S) Zc6 12 , posterity Is 4 4 4 ,cf. Jb 8 ", trouble (^»V)5 6 - truth (HEM) f 85 12 , restoration flJ^l*) Is 58", future events Is 42". 2. of hair Lv 13 37 (P ; cf. Pi.). Pi. grow abundantly, always of hair; — Pf. 3 ms. 09* Ez 16 7 (in fig.): Impf. 3 ms. ni?r 2 S io 5 =i Ch 19 6 (of beard); Inf. cstr. ntssp J u 1 6 22 (Samson's hair). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. sf. FWVlpXni Is 55 10 ; Impf. 3 ms. UVf- 2 S 2 3* Is 61", no'?!! Gn 2 9 , etc.; Inf. cstr. D'OXnb Jb 38 s7 ; Pt. JTDXD ^ 104" 147 8 ;— 1. cause to grow, c. ace. of plant, subj. Gn 2 9 ^ 104", cf. Jb38 27 , c. 2 ace. |c 147 9 who causeth mts. to sprout grass; fig., obj.. '"IJ31X HDX Je 33 15 ; horn (Qp) of Isr. Ez 29 21 , of David i/' 132 17 ; righteousness, etc. Is 6i llb ; cf. also 2 S 23 s (if interrog., v. Dr Bu; otherwise HPS); subj. ground Gn 3 18 cf. Is6i" 4 (aim.), Dt 29^ (obj. om.); also (fig.) Is 45 s (cf. Di Kit). 2. of rain, cause the earth to sprout (abs.), Is 55 10 . trTOir n.m. Je23 ' 5 sprout, growth;— abs. 'x Ho 8 7 + , nov Zc 3 8 ; cstr. npx Gn 1 9 s5 + ; sf. HTOS Ez 17° + ; — !■ coll. sprouting, growth, '"ID"1Nn 'X Gn 19 25 (J), IT^n 'X Ez 16 7 (sim.), cfc Is 61" ^ 65"; so nW 'X Is 4 2 , 'v abs. Ho 8 7 ; growth (=foliage) of vine, 'X 'a-iB Ez 1 7 9 . 2. pro- cess of growth, of vine, '^HOX Fling Ez 1 7 10 = <Ae beds where it grew. 3. future ruler, under fig. of sprout from Davidic tree (cf. i//- 1 32 17 ) 'flbprn P^X 'X "llTp Je 23 s a righteous sprout, slu>ot,= Tm 'X T$ n^DXS 33 ' 5 ; hence (as n.pr.) '* TJJ Ze 3 8 , of Zerub. tea* 'X e*j* 6 12 . cpes v. nnx. nrvps v . nox. D*Ji (v of foil.; cf. Ar. J* draw togetlier, or ~^> bandage (a wound), be compact; NH Oppress; S Jer Palp. Ithpalp. veil (Uenom.)). tnQS n.f. woman's veil ; sf. WlSS ;— Is 47 s CtV' 3 6 7 . TD' , QSn.m. doubtful word,usu. snare, trap (fr. || na Jb 1 8 9 ) ;— D^n 'X tK# I Jb 5 s and a snare snappeth at his wealth (so Bu Bev JPh ' 1 ■ OT, •' l,,, ■; Vrss DiDu and most mod. D'NOX, or K»X, the thirsty, sometimes with change of 1^?'!); 18 9 (|| n?; Che 1 * 1 " 1 **-™ 0"yX pangs, cf.Isi 3 8 ). ttpQX] vb. dry up, shrivel (NH id.; %' Nu 6 3 f i? ,? ? x , for D^?);— Qal Pt. act. pi. D'pOX QHK/ Hoy 11 shrivelling breasts (of women; || 7'3B>p Drn). press

ps t[piQ2] n.nt. 18 *"bunoh of raisins (dried grapes);— pi. O^f i S 25" 30", B'pW? 2 S 1 6' 1CI1 I2 41 (vand. H. v"). inH (/of foil.; NH l»2f = BH; Eth. 97°C: Aram. N^OJJ, Jtso^L; Palm. NlDv). t"TOS n.m.* 44 " wool ;— abs. 'x Is i 18 , "lOX Lv 13 48 ; cstr. lOX Ez 27 19 (v. infr.); sf. ,- iOV Ho 2 ;u ;— toooZ (usu. c. (U)*FW% flax, linen): in natural state *T n« Ju 6 37 ', 'V D'?'K 2 K 3 4 (but constr. difficult, and 'X perhaps gloss); Ho 2 711 (as gift of value); white Is i 18 (sim.; || 3^5$*), sim. of snow ^ 1 4 7 ll! (from white flakes) ; tc/u'te (?) wool as merchandise Ez 27 18 ppX / 5f ) but on text v. IP-?), Pr 31"; prey of moth Is 51 s (sim.); made up into garments Dt 22 11 , 'tf "13? Lv 13 4759 cf. v 49SS ; "133 om. Ez 34 s 44 17 . trntb^ n.f. tree-top (poss. from woolly, feathery, appearance); — 'X cstr., of cedar (in fig.) Ez i7 3M , so sf. ta-iBX 3 i 31 »; of tall trees in gen., tart® v 14 . T v TO2i> adj. gent. c. art. as subst. coll. (people of the city called Simirra by As., COT " Dl Pl281f -, Egypt. Da-(m)-ma-ra WMM A..a. K«,.i87 . Tel Am $ umur MC t0 Zim zlv mama.

Jastr" 1 """" 3  88 ; Gk. ™ 2«>upa, etc., e.g. 

Strabo" 11 ' 12 , >Wkl" V01896S<>sf - rf - TdAm "* thinks 'X, Sipvpa, = As. Zirnarra, distinct from $imirra- Swm.ur);—'*n Gn io 18 = 1 Ch I 16 , ® t6v 2ap.a- paW ; Ez 27" Co rds. B^Ott for D ^?^1 (q- v -); Toy Krae retain '31; — cf. mod. Sumra, N. of Tripoli and S. of Ruad (Arvad), v. Pietschm Phtn. » gn d P * 1 ' s (1898> ' 407 tD^TOS n.pr.loc. 1. in Benj. Jos 18", 2apa, A 2«ppip, ©L 2a/iape«/i, perh. Es-samra, N. of Jericho Buhl ' "- lso . 2. '3n0 mt. in Ephraim 2 Ch 1 3*, lopopav, unknown. t [J"1Q2£] vb. put an end to, exterminate, poet, and (in Qal, Pi.) hyperb. (prop, com- jyress, NH id., press together ; Ar. oi^ is be silent, 11, iv. make speechless, silence; Syr. lS-i> be silent (in Lexx));— QalP/. 3 pi. ^0 . . . 1T10X La s' 3 they have put an end to my life (Bu conj. Pi.). Niph. be ended, annihilated; Pf. 1 s. ^n-aSD 'JTOXa Jb 23" lam [not] annihilated because of (the) darkness; 3 pi. V1J3X3 Jb 6" (of dried-up brooks). PL Pf 3 fs* sf. ^nriBX ^11 9 ,M 'nWp /<a</t /,m< an md to me (it is so intense). Pi'lel Pf. 3 pi. sf. ♦WW»? (but rd. •WIBXGes* 8 ", or 'annex Hi [Ges* I46k ]; cf.Bae) ^ 88 1 ' thine alarms have annihilated me. Hiph. Pf. 2 ms. nnpxn if, 73 2; ; /m^f. 3 ms. sf. on"Dx: f 94 ="» ; 2 ms . nnpxn f 143", e tc; Imv. ms. sf. BrVOXil ^54"; Pt. pi. sf. WDXD V'69 5 ; — exterminate, annihilate, c. ace. pers., subj. Psalmist i//i8 41 =2S22 4 ' (read as in ^), ioi 5 - 8 ; his foes + 69 s ; * 54' 73" g 4 aa 143". TrUVDX n.f. completion, finality, only in phr. 'Xp ; 'X? = ta perpetuity, of alienation of land; DnDX? Lv 25 s3 , WVOxj) v 30 (P). T ]% n.pr.loc. 2(t )o> ; name of wilderness S. of Canaan, where lay Kadesh Barnea, c. n loc. H3X Nu 34 4 (where Lag B " N47 ;xn), Jos 15 3 (van d. H. n|X in Jos); elsewh. fX-QTONu 13=' 20 1 27 u " 33 s6 34 3 Dt 32 51 Jos 15 1 (all P). [$], 1, 11, in. H22, v. I, II, III. fax. tn3& [>!&] [n.m.] flooks (|| form of ftfr q.v.);— abs. H3X f 8 s ; sf. B3K3X Nu 3 2 S4 (JE). I [("I Ji] vb. descend (meaning inferred fr. context);— Qal Impf. 3 fs. "ton bye naxni Ju i 14 =Jos 15 18 and she descended (alighted) from the ass; flto 'm Ju4 !1 a?wi! it (the tent- peg) wen< down into the ground. t[DJi] vb. dry up, harden (cf. Aram. KOJTC, k&oj, 8<on*);— Qal Pi.^a**. fpl.rtax Gn 4 1 23 (E) of ears of grain. I. IJi (v of foil.; meaning obscure). t []2]n.[m.] thorn? barb?;— pl.D"?* Pr22 5 ( + D'n9); D'3XB-i3Sl Jb 5 S from (behind) thorns (a protecting thorn hedge, so Di), but very dub.; Che J< * J "*' ,897 ' I76 del. as doublet ofD-DX; Bev jphii.««i.so5 prop D , ?? D j^ [ and ag t0 the i r wealth, barbs (? barbed spears) take it]. fS [n2!j] n. f. appar. hook, or barb (of fishing-spear ?) ;— pi. OiSX Am 4" ( || nj^n nn'D). t[^]2] n.[m.] thorn, prick;— pi. DyjX Nu ss 55 ^; || D'W), Wlf Jos 23" (D; both fig.). II. jJX (/of foil.; NH fax 6e eoW.so JAram. J3X; X mucoid). fn. [H3S] n.f. coolness ;— cstr. l&Tff Pr 25 13 coolness of snow ([1DX nn na'X Ecclus 43 20 ). III. |JX (/of foil.; Thes (so Di 1 ") cp. Ar. ^j IS preserve, keep, Eth. ft<D}; j>rotect, but dub.). H22 .

fin. i12S n.f. large shield (covering whole body);— abs. 'X I S if + ; pi. Tli3X 2 Ch n 12 ; —shield, larger than ??D 1 K io 1616 (cf. v' 7 ) = 2 Ch 9 ,51i ; n3X(n) Kfc>3 1 S i7"- <l ('tfn '3 (h$n), 2 Ch 14 7 , 'X *jjjfb 1 Ch i2 5i (van d. H. v 24 ); nsxi |;o W|J J e 4 6 cf. 'X *yp 1 Ch 12 9 (van d. H. v 8 ); 'Si Tipi ink 2 Ch 25' ; 'XI f3D p;nn ^, 35 2 ; * ^V Q, P3 Ez 26 s ; + po abo 33 M 3 8 4 39 9 ; 'X 1 Ch 1 2 s5 (van d. H. v 34 ) 2 Ch 1 1 12 ; sim. of s favour f 5"; fig. of '»'« faithfulness 91 4 .

£12323 n-f- jar, or like receptacle (soVrss 

and context; perh. from above y.) > basket — X Talm. K3X);— Ex ^(P). sl v. Rip. t [y J Ik] vb. be modest, humble (perhaps prop, be retired, NH Hiph. keep close, reserve, preserve, so X V3VS ; J?^ x retiring, modesty, — Hiph. Inf.abs. J"D? J?3Xn Mi6 8 a making humble to walk ss shewing a humble walk (with God). + [jft:S] adj. modest (on format, cf. Ba B!i,sl<i );— pi. D*?«¥ Pr 1 1 2 (v. Toy; opp. (Hj). l"[nJ2i] vb. wrap, or wind up, together (cf. Ar. Li.:* hem of garment, X J S*S31f skirt (=«|J3); KB3XD, J&^ji <wr6a»,ChrPal." JkAjj tassel);— Qal Jmpf. 3 ms. <J&£ Lv 16 4 he shall wind (his head) with (a) the turban (J"IB3Xp q.v.); sf., + Inf. abs. and ace. cogn. 1?32P rfiiX '" 1 ?:!V Is 22 18 A« will wind thee entirety up (with) a winding (under fig. of ball, to be driven far off, in exile). — ep3X Is 62 s v. following. t rp32 a.m. Zc 3 - 5 turban;— abs. 'x Zc 3" 5 (for h. priest) and (fig. of righteousness) Jb 2 9 14 ; cstr. naibo tp3X Is 62 s Qr royaZ iuriaw (Kt ^wx); pi. Rto»Jfn Is 3 23 (of women's turbans). TUDpS n.f. winding; — Is 22", v. [&pX]. T]"ID]2p n.f. turban of high priest; — abs. 'D Ez 2 i 31 , T1B3XD Ex 2 8 37 29 s ; cstr. nsSxt? Lv 16 4 ;— iwr&cm'of linen Ex 38***" 29" 39 28 ' 31 Lv 8" 16 4 ; sign of royalty Ez 21 31 . pyX (v / of foil; cf. Sam. V^-tt! shut up cr in, and perh. Eth. R«fef: hedge about, p la BAS1 - 374 ; cf. also Ar. ,j:>j bind, restrain, straighten, Syr. jaj> (in Lexx; usu. throw)). tp&PS a.[m.] pillory;— Je 2 9 26 (||rDBnp). ~0¥ (^offoH.; NHli3X=BH (&ho hinge- socket), and so $ SOIS'X (rare)). I T132J n. m. pipe, spout, conduit (so NH);— abs. 113X3 Vq 2 S 5 8 (i.e., si vera 1., of Jerus., but very dubious, cf. DrHPS); pi. sf. T"j' 3 V ^P ^4 2 s </te «ourad 0/ tfty (water-) spouts fig., of sluices of heaven opened, cf. i"l3lK, 3JS. TJTVV133 n. m. pi. cstr. pipes feeding lamps with oil Zc 4 12 (in vision) (formation by inserting n ace. to Bo 4300 " Ko" 1 ' 20 '). t[TI^£] ▼*>■ step, march (NH id. (rare); Ar. iU; Jscwd);— Qal i>/ 3 fs. rnjw Gn 49 s3 (but oil text v. infr.); 3 pi. VlJfX 2 S 6 13 ; Tmp/. 3 ms. 1$* Pr 7 s , etc.; /ra/. cs<r! sf. T]?X3 J u 5 4 , 11V?3 f 68 8 ;— step, march, of '» Ju 5 4 f 68 s (c. 3 loc'.),Hb3 12 (c.acc.n.?);rd.prob.also"l5 , XIs63 1 (for MT nft, v. nyx); of men, c. ace. cogn. Q^VX 2 S6 13 they had gone six steps; c. ace. :JTj step a certain way Pr? 8 ; of idols, IVX? to Jeio — "•hfcj nnjTX ni33 Gn 49 s2 is dubious : usu. (its) daughters (twigs of bough) have climbed over the wall (on sg. vb. v. Ges ,145k ; others think n_ old fpl. ending, e.g. Nb z " "" m < 1884 '. 411 JPPeters Hbr,,1(18S7),m;Tfl,e8> - 199 ; conject. emend, of text v. in Ball Hpt Holz). Hiph. Impf. 3 fs. sf. Vnyxrn Jb 18 14 and it (an unseen power Di; disease Du, rdg.'2Q) makes him march, c. ? pers. t ["!#?] n.m. "*" step, pace ; — abs. n?X Pr 30 29 ; sf. Vljnf Je io 3 Pr 6 9 , etc. ; pi. cstr.njjX Jb 18 7 ; sf. ,- !VV Jb 31 4 , etc.;— 1. lit. step, pace,

S6 13 , , 3nnnHjnr afvrjn 2 S 2 2 37 =f i8 :,r , i.e. 

givest me firm footing, 'X "O'Q'D Pr3o N = making a good step, stately in march ; La 4 IS (II ?,?)• ^ - ste 2>> ale P*i ln n g- °f course of life, fortune : sg. 'X Tp N^ Pr 4'-; || ^ Jeio^Pr 16 9 ; pi. Jbi4 16 3 i 4 34 2 ', W* ni?X i8 7 (cf. Pr4 12 supr.); «T3S HVX-»SDp 3 i« ; f harlot Prs 5 fig., «fcn; rfyft bfoep. fi. n"TV2 n.f. marching ;— 'x Mp 2 S 5" the sound of marching = 1 Ch 14'°. ["WSO] n.[m.] step;— pi. sf. Viyxpa Dn 1 1 43 i. e. at his heels, in his train ; cstr., fig. of course of life,-03-nj>XD yj, 3 ^ a (|| iani), p r 2 o 54 . II. ij/^ (v of foil.; meaning unknown). f 11. [m5!2] n.f. armlet, band clasping upper arm (so SS al.; most step-chain, from I.npx);— pl.ninyxn Is 3 20 (ladies' finery); read 'Xn also 2 K 11 12 (for MT nriyri) We B '- KlnL4 ' 258 = c mr .m.m Kmp gg Kit Benz> ' " trnj«H *k id.;— abs.'K Nu 31 s0 (+td? bracelet)] 'toi^? ">0j '« jSi" (read nny?n We Dr Bu HPS, cf.' 2K 1 1 12 supr.). t[n,TS] vb. stoop, bend, incline (Ar. UL*> (•, t^) incline, lean, cf. also ,cj-o); — Q*l ■?*'• 1. ny'S Is 5 1 ' 4 one stooping (under a burden), 63' bending (forward or backward; fr. abundant strength), but read prob.1V* marching (LoGr CheDuDi-Kit al.); f. rof nys riK Je2 20 (in sensu obscoeno). 2. trans. ( = Pi. q.v.) pi. D'yX Je 48 12 men inclining, tipping a vessel, to empty it. Pi. Pf. 3 pi. sf. «%} Je 48' 2 1 will send tippers and they shall tip him over (Moab, under fig. of vessel). t[jj/2f] vb. wander, travel (Ar. 'jit*, journey, go away ; prob. connected with As. senu, Eth. R0};,Aram. jyB, Palm. jytS, ail load (beast, etc.)=Heb. fy? + Gn45 17 ; Aram. JVB, . <£ also bear, carry); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. iV?? Is 33 20 travel, i. e. be removed, of tent ( + 5JB?). tll'2 n.pr.loc. Tanr: Tanis, in Egypt (Egypt. Da'nelf) Steind BAS6 °°, in As. Si'inu, Sa'anu lb 1 ""*" 1 - Dl p ' 315 ); it was built 7 years after Hebron ace. toNu 1 f; Is 1 q"- is 3o 4 Ez 30 14 f 78 12 "; mod. Sdn, in NW. part of Delta; v. also Eb G3612lr - Bd L<werK|!!l(18s ' 5 228 Petrie T * n,8(1885, . TCS^S n.pr.loc. only c. 3, pointed as prep., and so most (but 3 perh. radical, v. GFM); on border of Naphtali, near Kedesh ; — '2f3 Jos i o 33 (B( ocpfuv, Sfivavdfi, etc.) + Ju 4 11 Qr (Kt C *3 l'S3) , ® nktovt KToivrav ( y 5???), avanavo/iepaiv.

  • 1J/U (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. ■ l-.l 111. ma/ce

double, i—iuuo double; Eth. 0R£: /oM, double, so Aram. C)W, a^., 4kl±(' double (for >ftl,v£. = si"yx), cf. S K^J? for Heb. TV? (prop, a eZowMe or folded thing); v. esp. Lag 8 "" 1 - 23 "). t PpVU n. [m.] wrapper, shawl, or veil ; — abs. 'y G T n 24" 38 14 ; sf. Npff v" (all J). cys*^ v. jnv. tp5?2 vb. cry, cry out, call (||PVJ; NH id.; Ar. JXi, perhaps orig. sound as thunder, cf. ilcLi thunderbolt, (Jj^ bellow (of bull));- — Qal />/. 3 ms. 'V 1 K 20 39 La 2 18 , 3 fs. n$rc Dt 2 2 24 + , etc.; /rap/. PVX? Ex23 M +, etc.; 7mt>. fs- ""iPVJn Je 22 20 , ♦$» v 20 ; fpl. rupy* 49 3 ; /«/ o6*. PV? Ex 22 a ; cstr. PV?!> 2 K 8 3 ; ><. fs. abs.

T38 npy* 2 K 8 s ; mpl. D'-pyif Gn 4 10 Ex 5 9 ;— 1. cry, cry out, for help, usu. c. ?£ pers.; — a. unto man Gn4i 66 (E; +i>rei), Nun 3 (JE), 1 K 20 s ' 2 K 6 M 8 3 ( + b* rei), v 6 ( + by rei); sq. nDN Ex 5 15 (J), 2 K 4 1 and £>* pers. om.) Ex 5 s (J),

K 4 40 6 6 . b. esp. unto '> : Gn 4 10 Ex 8 8 ( + "^ 

TO] rei), i 4 10 - 15 15 25 17 4 22* (P5?r pj?V), v 2 « Nu 12 1 ' 3 20" Jos 24 7 (all JE), Ju 4 8 'io 12 Dt 2 6 7 Is I9 M (+7P? rei), La 2 18 Ne o 27 ^ 107 628 ; ^P njWNI TT^J 77 2 , cf. 34 18 ; c.'-b 2 Ch 13 14 , I^M ^ 88 2 . c. cry unto (7?) idol Is 46 r . 2. abs. cry, cry out, in distress, need ; — Gn 27 s4 (J; c. acc.cogn.),Dt2 2 24 - 2r Is33 7 (||rD3), 65" flp'^n, opp. 151; c. p? rei), Jeaa 2020 (|| *>ip jnj), 49 3 (II ?fa), Jb 35 12 ; ». obj. Don Jb i 9 7 (|| mjfe). 3. make outcry, clamour, Is 42" (+N&^, T^Pl T?Sp). Niph.. be summoned (i.e. to arms), abs.; Impf. 3 ms. PV?»! Ju 7 23 - 24 12', so 3 mpl. IpVjM io 17 2 K 3* sq. a*? *jq*+acc. loc. 1 S 13 4 . Pi. Pt. PJ?XD cry aZo?«Z, in grief, 2 K 2 12 . Hiph. call together nBXQn *fy DyrrnK PJJYH 1 S io 17 . T np3?2 n.f. cry, outcry (older form of ■IP,?]);— abs. 's Gn 27 M + ; cstr. TlpjIX Ex 3 9 + ; sf. *inp T J)X iSa 16 + , etc.;— 1. outcry against (Sodom) Gn 18 21 19 13 (both J). 2. cry of distress, esp. as heard by Ex 3" (J), 22 s2 (E), cf. Is 5 7 Jb 27 s 34 s8 f 9 13 ; £* "N3 'S Ex 3" (E), 1 S 9 16 , cf. Jb 34 s8 ; nVia 'S Ex n 6 12 s0 (both J), Ne 5 1 ; as ace. cogn.Vn 2 7 s4 (J); '2? V

S 4 14 Je 25 s6 (|| r^, Zp i 10 (|| ii., + Snri nae*), 

Je 48 3 (|| SlJ "OB*} nl?), cf. 49 21 ; TJ^ ngWf 4 8 5 (ir??)- [ iJ/i] vb. be, or grew, insignificant (|| nyt ; NH id., As. seheru, be small, Ar.'liJZ id.; Syr. i^k. be insignificant, despicable; % "W5? trans, despise, revile); — Qal Impf. (opp.*133),

mpl. r^p Jb 14 21 , lljjr J e 30"; Pt. as subst. 

D ,_ !5?!fn Zc 13' (i.e. sheep, in fig., cf. Now).

  • ~^yi, "^yi2 n.pr.loc. Zoar (understood

as insignificance, cf. Gnig' 10 ); — 2iya>p, ©L 2iy<up, but Gn 13 10 Je48 M Zoyop(u); on © cf. further Lag BNB4 '■ : city at SE. end of Dead Sea, ^S Gn 13 10 1 4 2 - 9 (both=y^3), Dt 3 4 3 Is 15 5 Je 48 s4 ; ny'is Gn I9 22 - 30 - 30 ; c. M loc, rnjjjf v» + Je 4 8 4 (forMTnmyv), © Zoyopa, JDMichEwGfGie aL— Cf . Buhl 0Kt '- 27L ■* G ASm G ° "- "* '■ m (Aw, °. f I. "V3J2 adj. little, insignificant, young ; — abs. T , yXGn25 !a + ; f. rTVyX Gn I9 31 + ; rTjyx iSg 5 '; mpl. &Tff Jb3o';'sf. nn/yx Je 4 8' 4 Qr (Kt mS»; but v. ->y'2f); orPTV? J e i 4 3 (Kt Dnmyv), etc.; — 1. a. little, with idea of insignificance Ju 6 I5 (|| H"), cf. I S 9 21 (|| "3^ip), Mi 5 1 f 68 ffl Is 60 22 (opp. D1XJJ n»)j of horn in vision Dn 8", rd. prob. frvyv mnx for nnN rryysio, c f. Bev Dr; }N'*n n-yx 1649* 5o 4S (fig. of helpless captives). b. insignificant, mean, + up 14 ' (|| TO3), J e 14 3 (as subst); on Je 48 4 v. iyx. 2. more oft. of age, young (usu. c. art. the younger, youngest, as subst.), of son (brother), opp. -"33n Gn 43 s3 48 14 (both J), Jos 6 W 1 K16 34 , opp. '31 Gnzs 23 (J), cf. <)tt 'V D"B*e» DJ1N1 D*J?;i> Jb 3 2 6 ; of daughter (sister), opp. rtTjan Gn'i 9 31 - 34K:i8 (J) 29 s6 (E);— here belongs also D^ *flJB D'Tyx Jb 30 1 , si vera 1.; GHBWr Siegf Bu del. anyfy ^DD ; © id X ta-Toi ; put then under 1 b. fu. ["W2£] n.pr.loc. prob. on border of Edom, rTVyx 2 K 8 21 , «r 2«a>p (@L « 2.<,>p). t [STVyS] n.f. youth ;— sf. irnyX3 Gn 43 s3 (J; opp. Wbn?).— On adj. nyys v . foregoing ; miyx Je48 4 ,' BrmjW Jei4 3 , v.'"iyx,-vyx. t~lj^2 n.pr.m. 2a>yap, in Issachar (little one);— alw. in ffl i*uro Nu I 8 2 s 7 1823 io 15 . tlj^ n.pr.loc. 2<op6, A®L 2< M p, Jos 15", prob. Mir, 5 m. NNE. fr. Hebron, Buhl 080 " 158 . fl."^SQ n.m. a small thing (|pyi»);— 1. abs. 'd a small thing, of city Gn I9 2020 (J); of Job's fortunes, '» ^ITE^q Jb 8 7 (opp.INO r$»); cstr. D'BOS nyxo 2 Ch 24" a few men; of time 'B? Is 63 18 /or </te [a] little while. — ^ 4 2" v. 11. 'd. f 11. "Wlttp n.pr. mont. near Hermon, 'O in ^42" mt. (of) Mis'ar (perh. orig. littleness), not identified; so De Now Du Dr GASm G<K>er - 477 ; others mt. of littleness, little mt, so ® 2} Hi Che Bae We al. (interpr. then usu. of Zion). t *72¥ vb. draw together, contract (NH id., trans.; Ar. 'xil, hind fast, shackle, cf. No

  • 446 who cp. Mand. WQSiKD fetters);— Qal Pf.

3 ms. 'x La 4 s their skin contracteth, shrivelleth, upon (?y) their bones. HC2 Ez 32 s v. f|ix. I. [HS^l vb. look out or about, spy, t T J BT keep watch (NH id., Pi. lvope; Eth. (")<£.</):

nD2D 

in. Ao;>e); — Qal^/nip/ 3 ms. juss. '?'3 ^JP 1^3' Gn 3i 49 (J) may £eep watch between me and thee (that the covenant be kept= '131 ny '« v 50 ); 3 fpl. wasn ens? vry ^,66' his eyes keep watch upon the nations; Pt. act. P'^ yen HB1X ,/, 37^ a wicked man spieth upon the righteous; Ct 7° the town which looketh toward ('JB) Damascus ; f. 'IJBte Pr 3 1 27 «/i« keepeth watch of (c. ace); pi. * TV D^b) Df) niSX Pn 5 3 ; elsewh.as subst. waicA- wian, abs. flBX 2813"+; pi. D'BX 1 S I4 l6 +, sf. VBX Is 56 10 Qr (Kt 1SX), ^ Is 52 s ;— 1 S 14 16 2 S 13" + 8 t. SK, Ez 33 2 - 6 - 6 Is 52 s , so in D'BX fne- Nu 23" (JE); fig. of prophets Ho 9 s Je 6 17 Ez 3 17 33 7 Is 56 10 ;— D'Bix I Si'v. *B*X ; i 3 *. jpaas. «X (Codd. and Qr ^BX), Jb 1 5" spied ow«  (and brought) to ( y.N) the sword (Ew Bi Perles A»i.» p D jf cf Di Bu ), +Pi- py; t pl y^jf La

17 ; imp/, is. naXX Mi 7" 4-; Imv. ms. HBX 

Na 2 2 , fs. 'BX Je 48 19 ; Pt. nBSD 1 g 4 13 , Is 21 6 ; pl. 8 f. T B *9 Mi f;— watch (closely), VT^

  • HDy j e 4 8' 9 , TJpl Na 2 2 ; -f^K of person

expected La 4 17 ; fig. nBXK 3 Mi 7'; abs. lit. 1S4 13 ; fig. Hb 2 1 / will look forth, to see (niX"jp) what he will say; V' 5 4 / will look out (expectantly) ; pt.as n.= watchman Is 2 i 6 Mi 7 4 . t^D^, "IDS n.pr.m. 2w0ap : in Edom (] gaze, gazing); — 1B5f Gn 36 ,M ' + v 4!l (ins. prob. after Di'y - cf. Law s * pt - e " ,d, " ,10ll78:S7 ' 1 - 270 Nes M * rl2 )= 'BS 1 Ch I 36 . pBSt, ^iD2 v. li'BX. t[nj52] n.f. outlook-post(?);— sf.yn;aX3 "'Bi' La T 4 17 (Ba NBI39 ; Bi [for both] Wni3X3). t I^DS n.pr.m. 2o0o>i' : son of Gad (? gaze); — Gn 4 6 16 ', = fiBX Nu 26" (v. 'X by3). f 1. ^SDS adj . gent, of JiBX (v. foregoing) ; c. art. as subst. coll. Nu 26 16 . — 11. 's v. |BX. f 1. nSSQ n.m. 1. watch-tower, Is2i 8 . 2. outlook-point, 2Ch20 24 on high ground. fn. nS2?3 n.pr.loc. 1. 'Bn i n Shephelah of Judah Jos 15 38 , Mo^f. 2. 3NiD-nBXD S22', Macnr^a. ' 3. 1$) Hast? Ju 1 1 29 " (^ o-Koma) prob.=='Bn flD") Jos I3 26 Maa(crr))<pa and perh. flSXD 2.— Jos 1 1 8 18 26 v. next? 3, 4. nS2TD n.pr.loc. (prop, outlook-point or -height ; c.a.rt.(%yLC.~Ho 5 1 )); — tl.inGilead.expl. as name given to Laban's cairn, N. of Jabbok MD2 Gn3i < *(on text v.Ball Holz; ® r) Spaais). f2. prob.S.of Jabbok, JuiO I7 (q iTKonid), I I lls4 (Ma(r- <n>i<f>a ; so @L io 17 ), Ho 5 1 (t) oleoma); appar.= ii. HBXD 3, Buhl -"- 262 (HB-, HB-, seem to in- terchange); site unknown; v. conj. in Buhl '% cf. GASm °"« r - 586 . 1 3. near Hermon , **n }OK Jos 1 1 3 , Ma<7fVftav, Mao-cn;0a(fl), = nSSD"nyip3 v 8 , Mao-0-o.x, Ma<7OTj#a; V. Buhl Ge0 « r - 240 . 4. old sacred place in Benj., Momr^o, etc.; — 'B|? Ju 20*+, nnlxen iS7 5 + ;— Ju2o'- 3 2i'- 6 - 8 1S7 6 + 7 t. 1 S 7, 10, 1 Ki5 22 =2 Ch 16 6 , 2 K 25 2325 Je4O 10 +i2 t. 40, 41, Ne3 7 - 1619 ; = nSXBn Jos 1 8 s6 ; — mod. JVofti SamvM, 5 miles NW. of Jerusalem, v. Bul ! l G,K " n '" t "-. II. [!"TD2£] vb. lay out, lay over (NH Pi.=BH)^— Qal Inf.abs. n'BXn nBX L321 6 they lay out the rug! or the like, so most moderns, v. IVBX. Pi. overlay, plate : Pf. 3ms. 'IBS iK6 l5 + ; 2 ms. n'BXI Ex25 n + ; Impf. 3 ms. TO iK6»+, sf. W|»*J v 20 -!-; 2 ms. HBXn Ex 29 M ; 3 mpl. 1BX*1 2 Ch 3 10 , etc.; — overlay, esp. p/a<e sthg. with metal (gold, bronze), usu. 2 ace: 1 K 6 20!0 +6 t. 1 K 6, + io 18 , || 2 Ch 3 410 4 9 9 17 , Ex 25 1113 + 2i t. Ex 25-38 (all P); overlay, stud with precious stones, 2 ace. 2 Ch 3 6 ; also plate, ace. mater. om, 1K6 15 2K18 16 Ex25 n 38 29 ; ace. dir. obj.om. 1K6 3235 ; c.acc + 3 mater, v 15 overlaid the floor oftlie house with timbers, f Pu. Pt. iiBXD Pr 26 s3 impure silver (Toy) laid over (?5?) a sherd ; pi. 3~iJ a B ?f'p Ex 26 32 , pillars over- laid urith gold. P^lEl* n.[m.] metal plating; — of idols Is 30 22 , capitals Ex 38 1719 , altar Nu 17 34 . t]TQ2J n.f. rug, carpet (laid out); — HBX n-BStn Is 2 1 6 , so now most, v. esp. Che IntrIsl26 ; > watch, outlook (I. nBX), Ges De al. T nE2 n.f. appar. plated capital of pillar 2 Ch 3 » n22i (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. lli 11. make wide, broad ; i.x~J>-*> anything broad (stone, plank, sheathing, plating), Syr. )fcl»~3. plating ; also Eth. ftW-ilv. spread out, extend; Sab. (Lih.) nriBXn, nnSSN, platform, DHM Kpl ' !rD ' ! " km - 84 - 86 ; but (transp.) Ar. ii^l>, wide bowl, cf. Frii 63 ). t nnp2 n.f. jar, jug, of flat or broad shape ; — abs. nnEX 1 K 17 12 ; cstr.nriBX 1 S 26" + ;— jar or jug for water 1 S 26" ,216 1 K 19 8 ; for oil 1 K ^'"""(on masc. verb ">t?n v. Ew ,me , but prob. rd. rnpn SS Albr ZAWl "< 189 »' 89 , cf. v").

pgg 

trtfTDS n.f. flat cake, wafer;— Ex 16 31 . tranS n.pr.m. in Asher, 1 Ch 7 s5 , nate v 36 , ^aa6, 2<o$ar[p], ®L Sovfpa. ■»!», rrv?, jv«a v. 1. rm. jvds v. 11. raw. t|SX vb. hide, treasure up (NH id.; TelAm. sapdnu; set, of sun); — QalP/. 3 ms.'x Pr 27 16 :' 2 ms. WBX Jb io 13 + , etc.; Impf. fBT Jb 2i 19 + Pr 2 7 Qr (Kt fBXl), sf. "}JJ£ f2 7 5 , etc.; Pt. act. pi. sf. rWBX Pr 27 16 ; jj'ows. fiBX Pr. 1 3 ffi + , + 1 7 14 Kt ; t f^ Ho J 3"' etc - i~ 1. trans. Aide, c. ace. pers. Ex 2 2 (E), Jos 2* (JE), of hiding a quarrelsome woman, like hiding wind Pr 27 1616 (si vera 1.; cf. Toy); of s hiding his servants (from evil) ^ 27 s 31 21 : = treasure up a thing, Pr 10", + TjIK with thyself, in thine own keeping 2 1 =7 1 , in (2) the heart Jb io 13 (subj. ^j of secret purposes), + 119", cf. Jb 23 12 ; + b pers. Pr 13 22 Ct 7", subj. /, Jb 2 i 19 rescrre penalty; blessings ^31 " Pr 2 7 ; + JO Jb 1 1* thou [God] hast treasured up their heart away from understanding, kept it therefrom; pass., of sin Ho 13 12 (abs.; || trqf); read poss. PBX for 1BX Jb is 22 treasured up for (^N) the sword (v. I. fiBX); J1SX = trea- sured, cherished place (i.e. Jerusalem) Ez 7 s2 ; = treasure + 17 14 Qr (Kt "jaw, v. fax), Jb 20 26 (on dub. text v. Bu); pi. of s treasured ones, his saints jr 83 4 . 2. intrans. lie hid, lurk, abs. yjr 56', c. 7 pers. Pn 11 - 18 and (of eyes of wicked) f io 8 . JTipb.. Pf. 3 ms. 'BX? J e 16 17 be hidden from before ("H? ) '*'■ eyes (|| ^W); 3 pi. UBX3 Jb 2 4 1 + ,, !B*t? stored up on the part ofShadday; stored up for (7) one 1 5 20 . Hipli. At'de,=Qal: 7»»p/. 2 ms. sf. ^JBXri Jb I4 1S , c. 3loc; 3mpl.irBV» ^56 7 Kt(but<Qr v. Qal); Inf. cstr. sf. MpflJ (Ges S20h ) Ex 2 3 <o AiWe fa. t [pQS] n.[m.] treasure ;— sf. 1?"BX ^,17" Kt<13«X Qr, v. fBX pt. pass. I. pD2 5 n.f." 43 - 6 north (as the At'rfdero, dont; cf Thes Lewy FremdwI88t ; perh. Ph. i>BX north); — abs.'x Je26 26 + , njBX northward Gn 1 3 14 + , oftener njiBX Je 3 12 + , also PUi3X= fiBX Je i 13 + (after preps, and st. cstr.; cf. Ges' 908 ); cstr. !> i'lBXD JosS' 1 -!-, also 0Bjf9 i 9 14 Gi (cf. Benn'; van d. H. Baer 'VD), ) niiBXD Ju 21' 9 ; ('X occurs oftenest in Ez [46 t.], Jos [25 t.], Je [25 t.], Dn [9 t.]);— north (opp. S., E.,W.) Gn 13" 28 14 (both J), Ex 27" (P), +; * nSB north side Ex 26 20 Jos 15'+ (v. HNS); so 'X vb? Ex 26 s5 , 'an nn Ez 42", cf. njisx rojBn jjj^i K.16' 4 ; 'V ^33 Nu34 7 * «or<A boundary; 'X TI3T remote parts of north Is I4 13 (as divine abode)', Ez38 6,i +(v. [n?-V]); 'Jfn-i5?E>Ez40 3S - r , 'X nna 42 2 ; 'X nn Pr 25^ worffc wrcW, and so 'X alone Ct 4"; toward the north is n JiBX Jos 13' + (v. also supr.), and flDf^f Ec i 6 , '»n - ^ Ez 42 1 , nj'iBsn-^K 8 14 , fizxb 40 23 , fissn jjj v 20 , njtex 1 8 6S + , etc. ; esp. (in Je Ez etc.) of quarter whence invaders were to come, e.g. Assyr. Is 14 31 , cf. Zp 2", Babylonians Je 6 1M 15 12 46 2024 (TDJ); 47 2 , EZ26 7 , Cyrus against Bab. Is 41", cf. Je 50 3.9.4i 5I 48. more vaguely, Je i 1415 ('X ntoboo), 4« io 22 if 25 9M ('Sn 'jpp); of Gog's host Ez38 6l5 39 2 ; X V9J 32 30 (appar. of nearer [Aramaean'!] princes); 'X H? Je3i 8 is region of Carchemish, but Zc 2 10 o 6 - 8 - 8 of Babylon ; 'X J*JtCD (sts. + other countries) the exiles and dispersed are to return Je 3 18 i6 ls =23 8 , 31 8 , cf. Is 43 8 49"; '»D ^9 Dn ii««*"W denotes successive Seleucidae. fn. ^JiD2 adj. from foregoing, northern (so most); — c. art. as n. m. northern one, northerner, invader from north Jo 2 20 (of locust-swarm, cf.We Now Dr, GASm Pro,,h -"- 3M ). —1. 'JiBX v . JI'BX sub I. nttt f 11. pE2 n.pr.loc. on E. bank of Jordan, in tribe of Gad, 'x Jos 1 3" (2a0av[o> v ]), njiBX Ju 1 2 1 (jioppav, ©L SKpTjva) ; acc. to Talm. = mod. Amaleh, N. of Jabbok, GFM Buhl GM8r - 2! " (who doubts); Sapuna appears TelAmWkl" 0174 . ttBX, in jiSS 75?3 (q.v.), perhaps n.pr.dei, Bae 8 * 1 ' 22 No 2140 *'" 0888 4 ' 2 Grav Prop ' N134 t 0l)iTJB3 n.pr.m. 2o<povuK ('» hath trea- sured; OHeb.imBX, Ph. ^V33BV);— 1. priest, n;-Je2i 1 22 26 - 29 5 2 24 = ! inv2K25 ,8 (®L2 a ^.a f ), Je 37 3 . Elsewhere nj-: 2. the prophet Zp i 1 . 3. a Judsean Zc 6 1014 . 4. ancestor of Heman I Ch 6 2 ' (Satfawas ; b9P^M v 9 ). t[p22^] n. [m.] hidden treasure, trea- sure ; — sf. VJiaSO Ob 6 his treasures. tn3X?B 1~0D2 n.pr.m. (<vocaliz. Sapne- teph 'onh, i. e. the god speaks and lie lives, Egypt. D(d)-pnt{r)-ef-'nh (De-pnute-ef-'onh), V Steind Xzl889,41f ' i 189iKltt so Eb 8m " hDB<2, ' m8b Brugsch, v. Dr 11 "'" 775 *"*' Crum lbl - 685b Griffith

rma 

ib. in. sin bj. — Egypt, name given to Joseph Gn

1 45 , -iroiiOoiupavrfx, @L *o/. 

I. >/D2f (v^of following; meaningdub.,perh. hiss, onomatop., so Thes; NH pl>B?=BH). TyD2J n.m. a (poisonous) serpent (from hiss- ing 1); — Is 14 29 ; usu. taken as = following. t*jfa?B5 n.m. id.;— abs. 'X Is n 8 (|| tna), 'X T? 59 6 ; ^JfflXS Pr23 32 (sim.; || ETIJ); p l. D'JjfflX J e 8 17 (app. D^m) ; identif. dub.; Tristr NHB275 (<p 08S .') daboia xanthina, a venomous viper, but vipers do not lay eggs Furrer E1HWB 2, 1423. furrer proposes ailurophis vivax. II. ySX (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. xp, cacavit, ii_i , Eth. d<P0: excrew«n<). t [jPOJfj n.[m.] dung of cattle ; — pl. cstr. i|>3n T?? Ez 4 15 Qr (opp. Dnsn ^5), so Co Toy al., >Kt W3X. III. y£X (-/of foil.; meaning unknown), t [nyC!j] n.f. dub.; appar., fr.context, off- shoot;— pl. niy^jn i s 22 ™ ( ng . ; y cxxxxn). I" [ s "|Dl»']vb.Filp.ohirp, peep (onomatop.; NH Pilp. id. ; J Aram. 1XBX chirp; Ar. i.f n.a.^. sparrow, etc.); — Imp/. 3 fs. HXBXJil IS29 4 , 1 s. f|XBXX 38"; Ft. *)XBXD io 14 , pl. CT'BXBXDri 8 18 ;— chirp, peep : 1 . of birds Is I o 14 (fig. of conquered peoples) ; of mourning, 'XX . . . WD3 38 14 (|| nji>3 mns). 2. of spirits, ghosts Is 8" ( + Darren); 'xn ijmtpN nsyo 29 4 (like a spirit's). t PID!JD2 n.f. a kind of willow (? onomatop., from rustling; NH id.; Ar. ^iLlLi); — Ez 17 s . fl. p32i] vb. dub.;— Imp/. 3 ma. 3*^ ny^Sn ino nsri J u f let him return and (Vrss) let him depart, AV depart early (as Ki, fr. Aram. N"iBX, liSj morning, improb.), wholly uncertain; Gr-I3jn ; on difficulty of '3H "»np v . nvN 2 . andGFM.whoconj.fV*]? DBlX^l and soGideonput them to the test (cf. v 4 ), so Bu Now (cf. Dr H ***- ,,m "). II. iSK (v of foil.; cf. Ar.JU peep, tivitter, whistle (usu. of bird ; onomatop.) ; As. sapdru is cry, howl; NH iteX=BH, so Ph.nsx, $ ISX, Syr. iS* Mand.lNB'V, tnB'X No*" 02 ; also Ar. j jji-lc «parr<n«, etc., and (perh.)As. issuru, birdY i.liES, -|J3S <0 n.f.*" 3 -' (m. + 102 8 , cf. Ko Srnt.HK!^ S() io4 1 7i yet cf ^^ZAW^KI^Tl^ bird;— abs.iiax Hon n + 15 t.,l'ax Gn 15'° + TIBS

■« 

1 1., cstr.">iPV Dt 4 1? + 5 t., ■*? *8 9 ; pi. ^fBS 

Lv 14*+ 5 t.; — 1. single bird, Am 3 5 Ho 1 1" (sim.; || H3V), La 3 H Jb 4 o M + i°2 8 "4 7 Pr 6 5 7 a 26 2 27 8 (all sim.), Lvi4 5 + io t. Lvi4; '2T^3

  • 1J3 Dt4' 7 , rrjVlD 'X^S 14" (io distrib.); TTR

22*bird's nest/in bip Ec 12 4 ; pi. Is 3 i 5 (sim.), Ne 5 ,8 Lv 1 4 4 (D V 13V >*#, in purif. ; cf. We Held - 2 - 171 R g Mm. 1. 402, 2nd ed. «S) ( v 4 »'(ld.), V' 1 4 17 Ec C> 12 . 2. less oft. coll., either def. Gn 15'° (two), or indef. + 11 1 (fig.), D *>f "*¥ 8 9 , esp. «|JK7?) 1 Ez 39 17 f 148 10 , «133-b 'X » 17 23 Gn7 14 , also redund. c. B^, 1J!p| * Q-J? Ez 39 4 ««fe 0/ ^wey of all kinds. fn. "TIBS n.pr.m. father of Balak, king of Moab (bird; perh. specif, sparrow, cf. Gray PTOP.N.M. p a i m n.pr.m. (PCX);— 'X Nu22 2 - 4 - ,s Jos 24" Ju 1 1 25 , "lb* Nu 22 10 23"; **$«?. ti"PS2 n.pr.f. wife of Moses (bird); — Ex a M f jgl. if ^ apa ( c f. LagBNMAnm..^ III. iSi ( -/of following ; ct At. ^slI plait, braid,Eth.9&&: id.; NH nTBX=«»i of basket). tiTWpS n.f. plait, chaplet;— abs. 'X Ez7 7 , rrjBX v 10 ; cstr. HVBX I s 2 8 5 ;— chaplet, coronet, diadem, m,KDPl 'X Is 2 8 s (fig. of "» ; || OX nn.OJ))._ 'X Ez 7 7 ' is dub.; AY morning (as Ki, fr. Aram.) is unsuitable ; most (after AW ,jl) doom, fate (as coming round upon one, cf. RV Da Toy), but v. Dr Hut - "• ™ " ; diadem is possible v 10 (|| HBBn ; of royal house of Judah Co Berthol; or of Jerus. Krae), but not v r ; conj. in Co Berthol Krae. IV. 12X (./of foil.; rang, dub.; NH=BH; so Ar. tiU, J!tU, Eth. 8"<PC:, As. supru; Aram. IBB, KlBtt, JiaJ, all wot7). ' p.ES n.[m.] nail (of finger), stylus- point ;— cstr. 'X Jei7>; pi. sf. rvrBXDt2i 12 ;— 1 . finger-nail Dt 2 1 12 (cf. ES K ™' ; '<*"■ um - ** *■ 42S ■ We H«id. 2 .niy 2 . transf.,-Vt?B>'X3 Jcij'wU a pom< of diamond (cf. Plin NH37 ' 4 ). V. "1SX (-/of foil.; cf. Aram. N??V, U£»J= "VBX; perh. cp. Ar. JJL2 Zea/> (but 4 = ^?)). t TBS n.m. he-goat (late) ;— abs/x Dn 8 6 - 21 ; cstr. D^n TBX v 5S (all in vision, symbol, of Alex.); pi. cstr. (lit.) DM? *VQf 2 Ch 29", riNtsri 'TBX Ezr 8 M he-goats for a sin-offering. t "ICS and (Jb 2 ") -IDiS 11.pr.1n. Job's third friend, 'nojan 'X Jb 2" 1 1 1 20 1 42'; Zotpap. ty-T-IDSn.f. K,[8 - 2 (cf. also Albr ZAW " 0!96> - 322 Ges» 1350 ' 146 ' ) frogs (Ar. LxU, etc.; Aram. «^TTp^,»Tp^, 1^1*0^') ;~frogs, coll. Ex8 2 ^ 78 45 ; pi. D'VnBS Ex 7 272829 8 1 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 7 - 8 - 9 f 105 30 . np| v. II. HBX. T j"ID!J n.pr.loc. 2«£«[p] : Canaanite city Ju i 17 = i" 10 "]? q. v.; identif. by many (v. esp. Palmer -""'"' 1110 ' 1 - 374 -) with Sebaita (c.Lat 30 54' N., Long. 34 40' E.), by Rob BR " 181 with pass es-Siifdh, further E.; against both v. GFM. tnnp!J n.pr.loc. in Judah (van d. H. nnBX, so Kit); nehob 'X t033 2 Ch 14 9 ; ® Kara fioppdv, whence Hi al. prop. H3BX, so Buhl 1 *'. D^SS v. 1. TV sub I. px. yips is 26" v. 11. pix. ^ApS and (1 Ch i2 121 'p ,, 2) n.pr.loc. (S^Jf iSa7»' + 1 fe$ 2 S a 1 , jfcf lOnia 1 );— assigned to Judah Jos 15 31 , to Simeon 19 5 ; Philistine city given to David 1 S 2 7 6 - 6 30 111 - 1426 2 S i 1 4 10 1 Ch 4 30 I2 1 - 21 (van d. H. v 20 ); 2(KcXax, 2«fXa-y, etc. ; usually identified with Zuheilikah, 1 9 miles SW. from Bet Jibrin, 1 1 miles ESE. from Gaza (cf. Buhl ""- 186 ). t[^J»] n.[m.] doubtful word;— sf. bens .jbpxa 2 K 4 4S <3X garment; © om, but A /3a«XA. f fl, Arm. bakelaS, whence Lag Ar,n,!n - 8,udi333 - Ml - 212 reads (plausibly) iny?i?? in his wallet, Ar. iiJS, lils, and so 93 pera. , 11, in, iv. IB, 11. "IS , v. I, II, III. mx. t"12 n.pr.loc. in Naphtali, Jos 19 35 ; Tvpos. ti."lS,"^iS n.pr.loc. Tupot : Tyre, famous Phoenician city (Ph. IX ; As. Surru, so Tel Am; Egypt. Da-($yra, Da-ru WMM *»-«."".*^f— IX 2 S 24 7 + 32 1., liX 1 K 5 15 + 8t. (Gi);— city of Hiram, friend of David and Sol. 2 S 5 11 1 K 5" 9 1112 1 Ch 14 1 2 Ch 2 2 - 10 ; of artif. Hiram 1 K 7 13 ; n'XTl3 yr 45" of city personif. (another view in Che); 'X also in name of Ph. fortress, / X"nX3p 2 S 24 7 , '* 'B -V? Jos 19 29 (P) ; threatened by proph. Am i 910 and (with esp. ref. to commercial greatness) Is 23 1 ("ft K^B), v 5 - 8131617 Je 25^ pX-oi>D), 2 7»pX -I^D), 47 4 Ez26 2 - 3 - 4 - 716 27 2:> - 3 - 8 - 32 , 2 8 2 pX Vl!), v 12 piX -l^D); besieged byNebuch. 29 1818 ; cf.Zc9 2 - 3 Jo4 4 ^83 8 ( / XOf , ) ; ofTyrians as proselytes f 87 4 (predict.); — "ftf.b Ho 9 18 is pvob. corrupt, read lob or Ti6 ® We GASm, "nst

sns cf. Now.— 'V oft. + PTS q .v.;_ S ee, on Tyre, Pietschm™" 1 - 60 *- Rob BBII<6 " r - de Luynes Vo '*««"* Mer Morte (1871) l.28ff., «nd PI. xHI-nvlH -pi P»l. 3(1898), 307 IT. _ II. "IX {flint, knife) v. III. my. I'n^ adj. gent. Tyrian;— 'X t?'K i K 7 14 = 2 Ch 2 13 ; pi. as subst. Dnin the Tynans 1 Ch 22 1 Ezr s^both + D^'TSn), Ne 13 16 . t[J J*] vb. burn, scorch (As. sardbu, bum; Fi*"*" Ba E83S cp. Ar. '^Jbe kindled, blaze; cf. also mr);— Niph. Pf. 3 pi. consec. W#J] Ez 2 1 3 all faces sAaZZ 6e scorched. 'L^?3 Mi- burning; scorching (=*3$f Thesal.);— nans 0K3 Pr 16 27 (aim. of words). T ^51? n - f - 8c ab, scar, of a sore (lit. a burn- ing, scorching); — cstr. Kin pn$n ronx LV13 23 ; ton njasn 'x v 28 . ' *^7~ 1 ? n -P r - loc - home of Jerob. 1 Kn 26 , Vapttpa, A 2api8a; v. [rtP¥] JfnX. n/rTO 2 ch 4 1 ' v. jmx. T T " ; T ' T ;|t , 11. TO v. I, II. -nv. PHX (</of foil.; cf. Ar. £* (_,, tf ) of vein, nm Wood, Weed, j£i an odorif. tree, or its gum,cf.Hom A "" dAI - 4 , Sab. m SabDenkm 83 ; (Syr. )o»T fructus pini, etc. is loan-word); NH =BH ; as to form cp. Gk. aripa£ (hardly || in meaning, Lag" 1 - 234 - 384 , v. Ency. Bib. infr.), cf. Lewy Fremd - 41 ). t^tt and (Gn 37«)"nS(l)n.[ai.] a kind of balsam, as merchandise Gn 37 s5 (J), Ez 27 17 , gift Gn43 11 (J), medicament Je 8 m 46 11 51 8 (for national disaster, in fig.); — ThDyer- M'Lean in Ency. Bib. B,1,n think a resin, like (not necess. = ) gum of mastic-tree, pistacia lentiscus (otherwise Post H * st " wDB ). T'nS n.pr.m. a musician, 1 Ch 25 3 (2)oi V (e) l , = ^T- (q- v -) v " (l«r*P«, ®L Aatipt,a). TiT'HTX n.pr.f. Sapouia : mother of Abishai, Joab and Asahel; — "X 1 S 26 s + , nnx 2 S 14 1 16 10 23 : ' 7 ;— ace. to 1 Ch 2 16 * she was' David's sister; called 3KV DX 2 S 17 s3 ; elsewh. after cstr. "fa ()3): 'H? of Abishai 1 S 26 6 2 S 16 9 18 2 19 22 21 17 1 Ch i8 12 ; of Joab 2 S 2 13 8 16 = 1 Ch 18 15 , 2 S 14 1 23 18 and v 37 =i Ch n 39 , 1 K i 7 2 5ffi 1 Ch 1 1 6 26 28 2 7 24 ; pi. of all three 2 S 2 1S I Ch 2 16 ; Abishai and Joab 2 S 3 39 16 10 19 23 . f I. n jX vb. cry, roar (NH id., cry (of raven); As. sardhu, cry aloud, Ar. j££, Eth. RC1: g m.S Aph. (of bear), Syr. JL esp. Aph. and deriv.); — Qal P«. ac<. 1133 DK> ni> no Zp 1 u bitterly roareth there a hero, but abrupt in context and imprpb.; Gr (in part after ©) conj. "lis?? rnx? * bip (of. Hiph..). Hiph. /m^/. 3 ms. n'ns: Is 42" utter a roar (of '•>, going to battle; || J?'"!}). II. niX (/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^pdig&^J, also cleave the ground, rerad opm; 1-^-i «%JmZ- c/tra? chamber (with niches for bodies) ; Nab. nmy (cf. No in Eut N * b - Insc,lr - 66 Dr Sm - 76 )). TTTHS n.[m.] perh. excavation, under- ground chamber ; — 'x abs. Ju 9 49 , cstr. v 46 ; pi. D'CHX 1 S 1 3 6 ;— used as hiding-places 1 S 13 6 {+rfafi, D'Hjn, D^, rtrty; as refuge Ju 9* (where connected with shrine), v 49 CVrss strong- hold; on uncertainty of meaning v. GFM). ■nS v. 1. ->jf . "ng, ■ns, rTTS v. mx. "p¥ (-/of foil.; NH in| Aave need of; Ar. eJ^J oe needy, so Aram. ^"IX, ~J (y, — Oil); ChrPal. Uej xpf/a). J J t C^yii?] n-[m.]need.(Aram.); — sf. ^J3-lX - ^ri3

Ch 2 15 according to all thy need, cf. Ecclus 8 9 

+ often. ^1^ (-/of foil.; cf. perh. Ar. c^> throw down, prostrate; Sab. JHX humble oneself, DHM H„t,„. N „. 6 .l. 8Mordtm Hlm.I M chr.71 vbg denom in NH £). < MSHS M n.f. leprosy; — abs. 'v Dt 24 s + , njnx Lv i 3 2 + ; cstr. nyix 2X5" + ; sf. ininx

K 5™- 7 ;— leprosy 2 K s 36 - 7 - 27 2 Ch 26 19 ; else- 

where only in laws : 'X J/33 Dt 24 s , and Lv 13, 14 (P; 29 1.): 'Xn rnin I4 « ; 8p e C if. of a.human disease (as above) 'X V33 Lv i3 2 + 8 t.; without '3 i3 8 + iot. b. leprosy in a garment i3 47 - 49 - 5,.52. 5 9p 5 | 'y J,;, niiPl). c. in house I4 34 ('X JQJ), v 44 ; house or garment v 65 . — Exact meaning of b. and c. dub., perh. some fungus or mould; v. esp. Di Dr-Wh Baen. ^[^^]vb.denont.,onlyinpass.,be struck with leprosy, leprous;— Qal Pt. pass. tTtt jntX Lv 13 44 ; elsewh. as subst., =leper, v 43 14 3 Nu 5 2 (all P), Lv 2 2 4 (H). Pn. Pt. jn'XD 2 S 3^ + , jniXD 2 Ch26 20 ; pi. Byjto 2 K' 7 3 - 8 ; rims f. מצרעת Ex 4 6 + , מצרעת Nu 12 10 ; hand Ex 4 « (J), of pers. Nu I2 1(U0 (E), 2 K 5 27 20126*°; אנשים מצרעים 2 K7 3 ; as subst.= leper jS.f 2 K5 111 7 s '15*= 2 Ch 26 21 ', 2 Ch tni'")2 n.f.coll. hornets (l as wounding, prostrating; NH=BH); — allies of Isr.; — 'Sn Ex 23 s Jos 24" (both E), Dt 7 20 .

צרועה n.£ mother of Jeroboam 1 K 1 i M , 

T © A Sapova. TnjnS n.pr.loc. Sapaa, etc. (cf. also Lag BN85 ), in 'the Shephelah of Judah (Tel Am. Sarha, named with Aialuna, Ajalon); — Jos 1 5 s3 , but assigned to Dan 19 41 ; Ju 13 225 16 31

1 8 2
    _j^» is pure, unmixed (esp. of wine); very doubtful is Sab. *]"i¥ silver, money, cf. Mordtm H,m - InKhr - ""• "•* CIS *• N °- "• '• ') ; —Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'X Je6 M , sf. Vina"* f 105 19 ; 2 ms. sf. ♦JBflJ ,/, 17 s , etc.; Impf. 1 s. *pXK Is i K , sf. «?1SS Ju 7 4 ; Imv. ms. HBTO f 26 s Kt, 'IB-IS Qr ; /n/ 06s. sp? J e 6 M ; c«<r. *|Y1xb Dn 1 1 35 , etc.; Pt. act. sf. DQ"]iX Je 9", etc.; ;;a«s. sjns ^ 12 7 , etc.; — 1. smelt, refine: Je6 29 - 29 m vain hath he smelted continually (inf. abs.; fig. of purifying people); so smelt away Is i 25 (ace. of dross ; fig.) ; of silver Zc 1 3 9 V, 66 10 , *H| *|D3 Vtyi 1 2 7 (all sim.); of" 1 DICK f 1 8 31 = 2 S 2 2' 31 ', f 119 140 Pr 30" (SPg mjDti); refine (men, by trials) Dn 1 i M ( + r$ft, |3J6). 2 . test Ju 7' 7 «tj7Z test tliem (the warriors) /or £/tee ( snbj.); — perh. also v 3 (v. I.IBX); more gen., oi'^'stesling, trying (the hearts of) men (oft. || 103) Je 9 6 Is 48 10 Zc 1 3> V 26 2 66 10 . 3. test (and prove true) a man (subj. s saying) ^ 105 19 . 4. Pi. act. as n. smelter, refiner, hence = goldsmith Ju 1 7* Je io 9U 5 1 17 Is 40 19, » (but perhaps del. v*>, cf. DuCheMarti),4i 7 46 6 Pr25 4 ;asaguildNe 3 8 - 32 . Niph. Imp/. 3 mpl. W]J£ Dn 1 2 10 many sliall l>e refined (by suffering ; + rfGJV, U3JJV). Pi. Pt. *D.XO as a. a refiner, 'n'fc Mai 3" (sim. of '■>), cf.'O alone v 3 ( + 103 inOD). "VTS leprous, of t^D")^ n. [m.] coll. goldsmiths; — only 'Sn"|3 Ne 3 31 i.e. belonging to the goldsmitlis, a member of their guild. t nD"l2J n.pr.loc. 2apem-a : on coast S. of Sidon (? smelting-jAace ; on strange form cf. Lag BN84. As.Sariptu DP* 234 COT 1K17 ' 9 ; Egypt. Da-ira-pu-ti WMM A '- u - Eur - 184 ); — 'x Ob 20 ; nns-iV 1 K i7 9 - ,0 (so Gi; nns. van d. H. Baer); mod'.Sarfend Rob BB "- 474ff - Pietschm Fhlta - 58 TrjISQ n.[m.] crucible (prop, place or in- strument of refining); 3HJ? TQ1 SJD3? 'D Pr i7 3 2 7 21 . yl. ™)1S vb. bind, tie up, be restricted, narrow, scant, cramped(NHj<2. ; At.JS> bind, tie up; so Aram. 11V, »'); — A. trans.: Qal P/. 3 ms.llS Ho 4 19 Pr30 4 ; Imv.-)i Is8 16 ; Inf. cstr. -1V1V Pr 2 6 8 (?); Pt.act. T>> Jb 26 s ; pass. "inj Ho 13 12 , f. rrJTBf 1 S 25 s9 ; fpl. rfVl| Ex 12 34 2 S 20 3 ; — bind or tie up, of kneading- troughs Ex 1 2 M (E); fig. of a life preserved by ' D'jnn "n" 1 *? iTVnx B>S3 1 S 25 s9 ; of preserv- ing prophetic teaching Is 8 16 ; of retention of guilt H013 12 ; of s binding waters in (a garment of) cloud Pr 30 4 Jb 26 s ; —shut up S 20 3 ;— rvsjim nns nn -nx Ho 4" (si vera 1.) pregn., the wind hath wrapped her up in its wings, to carry her off; ?3N 1PS3 Pr 26 s like the tying up of a stone, but unintellig. in con- text (v. Toy). Pu. Pt. pi. D'TIXD Jos 9 4 tied up (mended by tying), of old wine-skins. B. intrans.: Qal Pf. 3 fs. fTO IS28 20 ; Impf. ms. -W Pr 4 12 , i? -*l Jb 20 3 , isfl Gn 3 2 8 + , etc.; — be scant, cramped, in straits; of scanty bed-covering Is 28 20 (in fig.); of land too small for (fl?) its people Is 49 19 + Jos 19 47 (for *«£!) Dr Kxp«,j.».i887.69 Benn> cf @. of B teps = 6e cramped, or impeded, Pr 4 12 Jb 1 8 7 (both in fig.); esp. inipers. c. 7 pers., i? 13f*l Gn32 8 and it was narrov) for him = he was in straits, distress, so Ju 2 16 2S13 2 Jb 20 22 , also 3 fs. )> I??"! Ju 1 o 9 1 S 30 6 (v. Dr). Hipb.. Pf. 3 ms. ISn'i Dt 28 52M consec; 1 s. WSHI J e io 18 Zp 1";' Impf. 3 ms. to-yfi 1 K 8 37 =2 Ch 6 18 , ISM 2 Ch 28 20 ; 3 mpl. IIXJl Ne 9 s7 ; In/, csir. IXH 2 Ch 28 s2 33 12 ; — maie narrow for, j>re*« Aaro! upon, cause distress to, c. 7 pers., Je io 18 (subj. '"), Zp i 17 (subj. id.); Dt 28 52M i K 8 37 =2 Ch 6 s8 , Ne 9 s7 (all subj. foe), 2 Ch 28 20 (subj. TP); indef. subj. 2 Ch 28 M (but rd. 17 .Tixb DN % and join to v Jl , opp. i? rnjui), @ Kit Buhl LM ), 33". -12 v«  ti. "I? adj. narrow, tight; — abs. 'x 2 K 6' + ; "IX Nu2 2 26 +; f. nnx Pr 2 y-;— narrow, IX D^pDNu 22'-", WBO IX 2 K 6 1 too narrow for us, cf/ttfpsn y-Tjf la 49' (of land of Judah after exile); n~|X "MS Pr 23" (fig. of harlot; i.e. rescue difficult; || n$D}j nrntf); IS ins? I s 59 19 Zt'£e a contracted (and hence swift, power- ful) river (sim. of «> ; Klo "ftflp in?, Che 1 "" 1'W? '3, both 'of Egypt'); IV Drrtn'iup Jb 41 7 (of scaly back of crocodile), usu. closely joined (as) with tight seal (© Me Bi Hoffra Bu DulX DHin with seal ofJHnt,baty/hy specifyma- terial?); nanb IX !T1X DVa Pr 24 1 " % strength will be narrow, limited (si vera 1., cf. Toy). fii. 12 n.[m.] straits, distress; — abs. 'x Jb 15" + , also c. art. ">X3 Ho 5 15 + , IV ^ 4* + ; — straits, distress Is 5 30 Jb 1 5 24 V' 3 27 0O ' : ' Io8 " piXDnX iio'«; "XVIJ? Jb 38 s3 , cf. 1X3 Is 26 16 , 1X3 ^ 4 ' 2 ; 'PlIT'X Jb 7" distress of my spirit; "IS Df6 Is 30 20 ; -IX K7 Is 6 3 9 usu. he ('"■) Aad distress (rdg. 17 Qr), but © ov -npiaSvt, Du Che Hpt al. "*? X?,wo messenger and (or) angel, (but) his own face, etc. Instead of sf. directly appended, 7 sf. is used (only after 3) : y - *X3 in my distress |i8' = 2S 22*, |/ 66' 4 , so W'| ^ (_n V 59 17 1 02 3 ; f£ 1X3 Dt 4 30 (prob. orig. meant as 1X3, or 1X3 [inf.], Dr; so)i?~lX3 Is 25* 2 Ch 1 5 4 , 6rb -1X3 Ho 5 15 ^ 1 o7 6,:,19 ' 2a , also (after niO) 106" — IX 1 S 2 :a is corrupt, cf. Dr. . Prtt n.f. id.;— abs. 'X 1 S26 24 -f, nrnx ^120' (Gel' 90 '); cstr. IT1X Gn42 21 ; sf. WX 3 5 3 + ,M r nxJuio u ,etc; pl.nhX a bs.Is65 16 +; sf. Da'nix 1 S 10", etc.; — straits, distress, Gn 42 21 (E), i S 26 21 2S4 9 1 K i 29 Is 8 22 Jb5' 9 27 s ; esp.^(24t.),e.g.22 ,2 25 ,? (v.3m),v 22 3i 8 34' 718 ; specif, of travail, D'bni fftj J e 49 24 (sim.), cf. 4 31 (Gie nrnx, a f ter ©)' ; fe^g mx Gn 42 21 (E); 'rrj? Off 35 3 (E), + -jf 86 7 ,'cf. 2 K i 9 '=Is 37 3 , ^2O 2 5o' 6 Pr24 I0 25 l9 Jei6 ,9 Ob 12M Nai 7 Hb3 16 , npratH 'X DV Zp i' 5 ; Damx-np J u io 14 , cf. Ne 9 2: i//- 37 39 Is 33 2 Je 14 8 15" 30' Dn 12' ; also rV}X3 ^8 1 9 , H-JX3 9 1 15 Ne 9 37 , ni"lX3 ^ 4 6 2 , etc.; ninxi rfjri Dt 3 1' 17 "' cf. 1 S 1 o' 9 f 7 i 50 , "P^xi rnx Pr i 27 , 'xi 'x jntc Is 30 6 ; c. 7 (poet.), $ nrnxs ^ 120 1 in my distress, y n^SO Jon a*. — H"1X Zc 10", rd. OnXD [or"»iXD] We Now GASm ; iTJX K j ThU. 1S,-9,M6 g(. a ZAWI(1881).JS. ^glO IQ 1 y J-pX3. [~H2] vb. denom. Hiph. suffer distress (specif, of travail, cf. Je 4 31 49 24 );— Pi. flffc 3$ rrjxn (in sim.) Je48" 4 9 22 . ■f 1. *Yi"l2 n.m. ""'• 6 bundle, paroel, pouch, bag (prop^ a binding, i.e. sthg. bound up); — 'x abs. &n$+- , cstr. Gn 42 3i + ; pi. cstr. niiix v 35 ; — bundle or pouch (purse) of money 42 3i ' 3i (E), Pr 7 20 ; "fen 'X Ct 1" (fig. of lover); 'X3 rnnx B1B3 iS25 w (fig.; v. I.-nx); W$ 'X3 Dnn Jb 14 1 ' (i.e. hidden, forgotten Hi Bu al.; >al. treasured up), 3VJ 'X Hg i 6 (v. I. apj). f 12J72 n. [m.] straits, distress ; — abs. "JB •fltnp, IXDn f 118'; pi. D^XOn La i 3 <A« dis- tresses, of conquered Judah ; cstr. "NB* ^"i.XB |n 6 s tlie straits of Sheol, i.e. the worst possible (Unjoin). f II. Ili vb. shew hostility toward, vex • T (NH ^X foe ; Ar. La harm, damage, Sab. IX war,/oe Mordtm Hta-i-chr-sun SabDenkm 24 CIS it. m. i.6 Hom chrMt - »; Eth. 8<:d: 6e Ao«i!i7e, in der. spec, and deriv.; As. sardru, be hostile, sarru, foe; Ar. jj^J, As. sirritu, Syr. JL«£., all = rivaZ- w/e, so (1 Heb. infl.) S «1? 1 S i 6 ; v. esp. Lag Deceased Wlfc'aSlBMr, GON. 1882.No.13; = Ml. 125IT.T) 1 S 1 , 6 . fg1 Pf. 3 pi. *Tg> Nu 33 M consec, sf. ^""JX f 1 29 1 - 2 ; Impf. 3 ms. 1XJ I s j r 13 ; / n y. a h s . inx Nu 25 17 ; Pi. act.TVl io 9 , pi. sf. T^t V'3i' 2 +, etc.;— «Aei« hostility toward, treat with enmity, vex, liarass, c. ace. pers. Is n 13 Nu io 9 25 17 ; once c. 7 pers. v"; also pt. as subst. (cstr. or c. sf.) vexer, harasser, Am 5 12 Is 1 1 13 Ex 23 s2 (E), ^ 6 s ' 9 3 io 5 2 3 5 3 i' 2 42" 69 20 7 4 423 143 12 Est 3 10 — Lv 18 18 v. [T]X] sub 11. rnx, infr. . "12 n.m. Nu 10, 9 adversary, foe ; — abs.lX Am 3" + , even c. art. ">Xn Nu io 9 , but also IXn Est7 4 ; "W Zc8 l0 +; pi. ETJX Lai 7 ; cstr. ni Ezr 4' + Is 9' (but read prob. nx or V")X, cf. Di-Kit Che" 1 "; al. ^), Je 4 8 6 (del. © HiGie), Ez 3o' 6 (but © Sm 'XS31, so Berthol ; Co 'XlQji, so Toy; Krae ffy; sf. 'IX ^ 3 2 , Dn^.X Ez 39°, ID^IX Dt 32", etc.; — adversary, foe, Am 3" Gn 14 20 Nu io 9 (P), 24 s (JE) Dt 32 s7 33 7 Jos 5" (JE), 2S24 ,3 Iso ,0 (v.supr.), Zc8 ,0 Ezr4'NeV Est 7 8 (3".iXl IX &X), + 2 1 1., + + 3 2 1 3* 2 7 2 78 42 , + 13 t. W, +(of '-'s foes) 78" 9 7 3 ; +(of s foes) also Is i 24 26" 5 9 ' 8 6 4 ] Je46'° Na i 2 Dt 3 2 41 - 43 Jb 19".— Je 4 8 5 Ez 30" v. supr. fn. [ni2] n.f. vexer, rival-wife (v. reff. sub V; also Ecclus 37") ;— sf. Hn")X 1 S I 8 . T [T^H] vb. denom. make a rival-wife;— Qal Inf. cslr.~i~Vp Lv i8' 8 to make [her] a rival- wife (Lag 0GN ' ,882 ' m Dr-Wh Lv Baen L '). k 112 nip III. IIS (/of foil.; cf. Ar.jS be sharp (1 denom.), ^1& . Tp» sharp-edged hard stone, As. surtu, nppar. A™/* PJHarper 1 '* 8 "- 436 ; Syr. |j£jj rock, stone, flint). jrv.12 n.[m.] hard pebble, flint;— "«?3 Is s 28 (sim. of horses' hoofs ; read perhaps "&). fn. 1& n. [m.] id. ;— '"£ used as knife Ex 4 25 ; ia comp., '«? pjn TB^| Ez 3 9 ; pi. D»7* rfa"!? Jos 5 23 knives of flint.— fein 1« ^ 89" is dub., 'X usu. taken as=1S, and then either flint of his sword (i.e. sword sharp as flint, Bae), or edge (like flint) of his sword (most); We leaves untransl.; WV3 np^n v . 1. npbn.— Jb 2 2 24 v. 1. -IW sub V. mv. 1. "ft v. p. 862. fn. "rtl2 n.m. pebble ;— 'X 2 S 17 1 '; also Am 9 9 (where perhaps fig. for grain of wheat, in metaph. of winnowed Isr., cf. Dr Now al. ; >pebbleretainedin sieve Preuschen ZAW "( 1896 '. 24 , cf. on custom "Wetzst ZPVlh ' (1881) - 2 '). fm.lilSJ n.pr.m. grandfather of Kish 1 S 9 1 , Ap«8, ©L Sapa. t [nV®] n.pr.loc. nnniS Ju 7 s2 (TapayaOa, ©L icoi rjv avvrj-yfuvt]), usu. thought corrupt for nnTIS, and in any case prob. = frm, q V- (GFftl). T FPU n.pr.m. in Judah 1 Ch 4', Ape 6, A Zaped, @L 2apr)6. T in©n j112 n.pr.loc. assigned to Reuben Jos I3 19 , SfpaSa Km 2cta>v, @L Sap6; cf. mod. es-Sara, on spur of Mt. 'Att&r&s, E. of Dead Sea Buhl Gm "- 2CS . nniS n.pr.loc. in Jordan valley, near ford, Buhl 0008 ' 181 ; exact site unknown; Jos 3 16 (Kamatptiv, ®Jj Kapia8iapup.), I K 7" (2fipa, ©L 2ap6av) = ilrfp/f 2 Ch 4 1 ' (vap.e [i.e. ava p.i<rov <Tipha8u; ^pijbaBa ; is Chr right 1); '"UniY 1 K 12 (2«raeav, ©L Sapdav) — cf. nfOlX J u 7 s2 , appar. same place ; identity with nits 1 K 1 1 26 is usually assumed, but not proven.