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

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, Yddh, tenth letter; used as numeral 10 in postBHeb.; K' or x"=ii ; 3", 3"'= 12, etc.; 14 and 15, however, are not n' /, ) V 1 , which might stand for abbrev. of ROT, but l"t3, t"t2, v. 0, andGes'"- 4 -* 3 '. T [^N J vb. long, desire (Aram. oU, and esp. Ethpa. and deriv.)— Qal Pf. 1 s. TniSoS 'rONJ ^r 119 131 , late Aramaism. t [HN^] vb. befit, be befitting (NH X W, i 1 ??' adj. worthy, fitting, fine ; TfN? adv. right, well; Ph. X'fair; Syr. Jjl adj. for H1X3 f 33', «p.'*« Mt 3 15 )— Qal Pf. nr«J lb Jeio 7 , for thee it (i. e. fear) is befitting, late Aramaism. VP«?t?!i n ?-}^ v - sub i rx P" 2 4 b su P r - "ifM"', " r y , N v. sub IIS p. 2 2 b supr. fl. [ /N^] vb. be foolish (cf. 1. ^in)— Niph. Pf. 3 mpl. 6|rt3 Is 19 3 Je 5 4 ; £$1 Je 50 36 ; 1 pi. Uiwta Nu 12 11 ;— do or at foolishly: — 1. shew wicked folly = sin riKttn man -«wi u'prti -iBte Nu 12" (J); in Je 5* an exhibition of this folly is ascribed to ignorance. 2. become fools, lacking insight and judgment: J3JS •h'B' l!>KiJ Is 19 13 the princes of Zoan have become, fools (||*|1 *$f «t^3 ] and, in v" D^W fl* 'T, etc.); £gj] D^rr^ 3"jn Jeso 36 a sword is against the praters, and they sJiall become fools — be shewn up as such (|| !^n). fll. [/K^] vb. only Hiph. shew willing- ness, be pleased, determine, undertake to do anything (and do it) (v. Ki Thes; Ar. Jlj is take refuge with, escape, hasten to a place ; cf. II. 5>1K be in front of, Nb« BAkI880 ■ ,75 ; Sab. ^K1 in n.pr. ni>NlD DHM E ■ , " [r • I>,,n,m, • 63 ; perh. As. &U, accept, Lyon e*™>""«««w)_ Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. h"ti

Ho 5"+ 2 t.; 2 ms. nj^in 1 Ch 1 7 s7 ; 1 s.^Kin Gn 18 2731 ; 1 pi. Vfytfr Jos 7 7 ; Impf. V] Jb 6 9 -i*o

b* (juss.); ^i>l Ex2 !, + 4 t.; b$> i S 1 7" (but v. infr.); Imv. blfin 2 S 7 M 2X5"; KJ'Sttin Ju

«; to btfh 2K6 1 ; i^Ain jbe 88 ;— 1. «A«w> 

willingness to do anything, accept an invitation, acquiesce, sq. inf. C'NrrnX r02^ fflp>D i>Ki»l Ex 2 21 (.TE) ant/ Hoses was willing to dwell with the man (and did so), = Ju 17" (of Levite); elsewh. foil, by vb. fin.; 3$B UJWnn &) J0S7 7 and would that we Imd been willing and had stayed/ esp. imv., sq. imv. : Jyl NJ~?Kin Ju 1 9 6 ie willing and spend the night (kindly accept my invitation) v. Ges' 1,0 - 2 * B2; m2E , 2 K 6 3 and (nol) 5 s3 ; ♦?"*» *Sjrtn Jb 6 s8 i.e. be good enough to look upon me. 2. more actively, voluntarily undertake to do anything (and do it), sq. inf. : Gn 18 27 / have undertaken to speak =v» l (bothJ); so 1 S i7 :i9 MT,butrd.K^,and he laboured vainly, for H? s !, so ©, Gei^**' 1 "' 377 We Dr (cf. also v b H^3 nj$ 5»^M *6)j sq. vb. fin.lK3 ns*0 ^Nin l)t i 6 i.e. Moses took upon himself to expound the law. 3. more ac- tively still, be pleased, determine on one's own responsibility, resolve, sq. inf.: Jos I7 12 (JE) = Ju i 27 but the Canaanites were determined (shewed a determination) to remain in this territory (=persisted in dwelling there); Ju I 35 the Amoril.es persisted in dwelling in Har-Heres, etc.; sq. vb. fin., of irreligious action, 'Hpn i'Wn Ho 5" Ephraim persisted, he walked after vanity (id. NIB* for XZ, v. Che); elsewh. only of the divine good pleasure: sq. inf. 1 S 1 2 22 hath been pleased to make you a people for himself; 1 Ch 1 f ; sq. vb. fin. V? ^ n 2 B 7 W be pleased and bless the house of thy servant ; Hli?£? PN"1 'JKSTl Jb 6 9 and that Eloah would be pleased anil crush me I (v. Ge8» m2a Da 8 '° , - J83b ). t-W ) "YiN ,, .n.in. Bx7 ' a stream of the Nile, stream, canal ( Egypt, loan-word = Egypt, 'iotr, 'io'r, watercourse, Copt, eioor, tor; also 'iotr'o, 'io'r'o, Copt, eiero, iaro, Nile, Steindorff BA "- 612 ; in As. ia'uru, stream, 'laru'-d, river Nile, Id' b, ) Hpt lb - '" Jager lb4M )— abs. "*£ Gn 4 1 ' + 37 t.; Tfevj Is 19 8 ; rriien Ex i 22 ; thP Is i9 7 "+ 2 1; K3 (err. for "W3) Am 8 8 ; cstr."^? Amp 5 ; li^a Am 8 8 ; sf. Tfcj Ez 2 9 3b (Co 1R», cf. v 9 and n;); lHkJEz 29'; B^J Ex 7 19 if, 78* 1 ; — 1. stream of the Nile, rtwr iVtVe, nsu. c. art. Gn 4 1 , "- 318 Ex i 22 a*** 4 9 - 9 y*».i«ui. MJMJULSuui 8 « j 7 5( all j E ) ; Am 8 8 9 5 Is 1 p 7 - 7 - 7 - 8

3 (ll "*?), v 10 Je 46 7 - 8 (sim. of Egypt, invasion), 

Ez 29 3b (rd. "W, v. supr.), v 9 Zc 10"; more fully Bn*0 Tkj Am 8 8 9 2. pi.: a. Nile-arms, Nile-canals, ttntfQ *lfo Is 7 18 ; "fao n.K? 19 6 (II n "??). 37 25 = 2 K 1 9"; v. also Na 3 8 Ex 7 19 8 1 (both P; ||nin?, Dn?:x, etc.), f78 44 (||Dvt>), EZ 2 9 S-»«'0 + v « MT ( but dd g, Co ^ 30 12 h watercourses in gen., D?T ^rn CT^ Is 33" (II DnriJ ; c f. NH "ftP, late Aram. K"jtKJ). 3. s/w/fo, made in mining Jb 28 10 (nvN2?3). 4. •W, sg., of Tigris, Dn 1 2 iiM (cf. io 4 ). t |WJ] vb. despair (not in Qal) (NH Hithp. despair of, VhW desperation; Aram. Pa. B*8Ji etc., make despair (so 3 Ec 2 20 ); Ar. ,jlij despair) — Niph. Pf. CK1J1 con sec. 1S27 1 ; Pt. B^jrtJ Je2 26 +3t.;— fcipotr, 5>W$> -3730 'Jl , ??'ip?P 1 S 27 1 and Saul shall despair of me, to seek me; pt. desperate, despairing, of Job, Jb 6 M ; elsewh. B»gtl (foil. IDS) desperate !- there is no hope 1 Je 2 2S 18 12 Is 57 10 . Pi. irc/ «fc£ !>»?rrS>3 J>3? ^b-DK Ec 2 20 to make my heart despair, concerning all tlie toil.

  • irpir« rijg&jh v. sub rata P . 78b supr.

T^'iriN' 1 n.pr.m. an ancestor of Asaph i Ch 6 6 appar. = ' , 3riS v 26 . t[3^] vb. only Pi. cry shrilly (NH Pi. lament; Aram. o»~n, 2?I sound clarions, exult; Eth. ?0fl: esp. I. 2)— Pi. Impf. 3 fs. 33'fll Ju 5 s8 through the windows she looked and shrilly cried. t23V n.pr.m. (Sab.n.pr. 33W Glaser 8 " 1 "' "■*»«■)— 1. ' son ' of Yoktan Gn io 29 = 1 Ch i 23 , @ lD>3aft 2. a king in Edom Gn 36 33S4 = 1 Ch I 4445 , © Iw( a )p a p. 3. king of Madon (Northern Canaan) Jos n 1 , © Ia>(#)a0. 4. Benjamites : a. 1 Ch 8 9 , © lo>/3a^. h. 1 Ch 8 18 , © Ia)((3)aft D^Q" 1 , ^WiU?, '•Di' 1 v. sub D13 p. ioi° supr. "^n^ v. sub in3 p. 104b supr. P3 1 v. sub pa p. io8 a supr. t[72' , ] vb. Hiph. conduct, bear along, esp. in procession (Aram. 7^1, -'^X id.,'%^1 Pa. lead along, also Ethpa. ; Aph. lead, conduct; Zinj. by id., DHM 8e " dKbGl0M -; As, abdlu (bl), bring, conduct, COT G " >8, • D r ' m "; Ar. jjj is run vehemently (of horse), pursue sharply, pour «w

why down rain, JjT violent rain) — Hipli. Jmpf. 3 ms. sf. ^3V^6o" io8 n ; i s. sf. D.^iK Je 3 1 9 ; 3 mpl. V& + 68 M ; ^ 7 6 12 (juss.); fb#p Zp3 10 ; sf. ni73< Is2 3 7 ;— 1. tear aZongr offerings, c. ace. rei, Zp 3 10 ; c. 7 pers. ^ 68™ 76 12 . 2. carry away, only "«£ |*T^} n-bai "• Is 23" /*«r /ee< M«ed to carry her far away to sojourn (of Tyre as colonizing and trading city). 3. lead, conduct, c. obj. as sf., of returning exiles Je 31"; triumphant army, sq. ace. loc, i/f 60" = 108". Hoph; Jmpf. 3 ms. ("jfe* Is 18 7 Je 11 19 ; 73*Hoi2 2 + 3 t.; 3 fs.^^45' 5 ; 1 s. 73W Jb io 19 ; 3 mpl.&W Jb2i 30 ; 3 fpl. H$3» ^ 45 16 ; 2 mpl. ?v3Vl Is 55 12 ; — 1. be borne along: of things, sq. ?, a gift Is 18 7 ; idol Ho io 6 ; oil I2 J . 2. be borne to the grave: baiN "D$ jean jb io 19 ; ?av ninapb 21 s2 . 3. e led, conducted, sq. p, ^ 45 15 Je 1 1" Is 53'; abs. V'45 16 ; be led forth (from captivity in Babylon) Is 55 12 , abs. (HfcW); the wicked (for judgment) abs. Jb 2 1 30 . •f 1. j/W ] n- [>**•] watercourse, stream (prop, conduit), as irrigating; — only pi. cstr. D>D(-) ? a: is 30 26 (II o'ibz), 44 ■fn. 711^ n.pr.m. son of Lamech by Adah, and founder of pastoral life ace. to Gn 4 20 (J) ; ® IcajSfX, @L Io)j3riX. fi. *3»f 1 a.[m.] stream, Je 17 8 (|| BJJ). •J- 11. 7SV n.pr.m. son of Lamech by Adah, and inventor of musical instr. Gn 4 21 (J) ; © Iwfiah. TTO n.m. Jb2028 produce of soil;— abs. '*> Hb 3 17 ; cstr. id. Ju6 4 Jb 20 28 ; sf. nb«; Dt 1 1 17 + 7t.; nby Dt32 22 ; D^ ^7 846 ;— produce: pgJJ * Ju 6 4 ; njOl jns Dt 32 s2 ; nspa psni nb^Hgi 10 ; sf.f 78 46 (||r?;); esp. H?? "?$) PW3' Lv 26* the land shall yield its produce, so v 20 Ez 34 s7 Zc 8 2 (all || TJf), V 67 7 85 13 ; also, subj. nm«n Dt n 17 ; of grapes only 7*3* P??1 CJBaa Hb 3 17 (|| rnsn-t<7 rutcn and ~rtyyp trria IV]); more generally in" 1 ? 7*3^ Jb 20 28 the pro- duce (acquired possessions) of his house. t 71S n. [m.] produce, outgrowth (abbrev. or scribal err. for foregoing) — only sg. cstr. Dnn '3 Jb 40 20 ; also W 'a Is 44 19 the produce of a tree, i.e. a block of wood. tTSfy^p n.m. Nu304 ram, ram's horn, cornet (Ph. by ram; cf. Di Lv25 10 Dl FrlJ4 )— abs. 73i< Jos6 6 +7 t.; 73« Ex 19"+ 13 1.; pi. D^3i< Jos6 4 + 2 t.; &?? Jos6 13 ;— 1. ram, only in combin. : *H J^a 7|fe>D3 Jos 6 s the ram's horn, as wind-instrument ; so tJ'73(l )'(?!) nnDiB> Jos 6 4 - 6813 rams' horns (v. Benz ArcMo, - J76 ); 9$ alone, 73 s n TfB'pa Ex 19 13 at tlte sounding of the ram('s horn). 2. designation of 50th year, marked by blowing of cornets, AV ' jubile' (so NH 73V, g tfyyC, as loan-word); orig.no doubt 73"i>n T0 year of the ram{'s horn),as Lv 25 1328 *'- MMM (all H), 2 7 1718Z, - 24 (all P), but then, without rUE>, as D?7 iTnri Nin 731' 25'° a ram(a horn blowing) sludi'it be to you; B0 v ,1 - B -"- 1BJ """ J3 (all H), 27 ,8 Nu 3 6 4 (bothP). f [72P] adj. running, suppurating — only fs. as subst., J"V?- a running sore or ulcer Lv 2 2 22 T72')N n.[m.] stream, river (=73V) — only JIM 73W Dn 8 2 the river Ulai.

71111 n.f. Nal ' 6 (appar. m. Is 14 17 ) world, 

poet, synon. of pS (perh. orig. as productive, cf. 7^3^ 713, but this sense not clearly main- tained ; cf. also As. tabalu in ell tabali, by land, || ell nAru, by water (river) Meissner ZAm lv - 3 - 261 - ™ mt SASm A!LrtWr '" T -'"- yUl -' x - 1!B ) — usu. abs. 'n (no art.), cstr. Jb 37" Pr 8 31 ; world, usu. || fty : 182^ set'nonH? <&«?), Is M^^'-Jeio' 2 = 5i 16 , 1 Chi6 30 (=V'96 10 infr.) Jb3 4 13 ^i 9 5 77 19 =97 4 ,90 2 9 6 13 ( + D^y), 9 8 9 ( + ^.); ^Vn m Na i 5 ^24'; 'n Vf> 33 s Isi8 3 (||pKN>3te>), 20 918 La 4 12 ; PW&EK'n 8 9 12 ( + D>OB', cf.nxWpK 24 1 ); "IT^Tl ^'b^ 3b ^ n upon the face of the world of earth (earthly world, the whole expanse of earth); iS")K 'na Pr 8 31 ; on the other hand 'n nnsy v 26 ; 'n aione Jb 18 18 ; other combin. PlK"!>tM 'n ^ so 12 (cf. 89 12 supr.); 'mjj Is 2 7 6 (cf. Jb37 12 supr.); 'n rfllDb 2 S 22 16 foundations of the world = •f i8' 6 , cf. 'n fian ^93' 96 10 (= 1 Ch 16 30 ); world as object of v s judgment 9 9 (|| D , BnS' ; v. also 96 13 supr.), cf. H3 , 3B iv l 'n 98 7 (|| DI), Is 13" (|| D'VEH); as devastated by Babylonian conqueror Is 14 17 (U^V). t DV 71^ n.pr.loc. a city of Manasseh in West- Jordan land Jos i7 n (JE; but '3? here dub., v. Bu ral "), Ju i 27 2 K9 27 ; so rd. also 2 K I5 10 for MT Dy7?i? (®L f V lc/3Xaa M ; v. Klo); c c rter

zai = Bvf>3 iCh6", q.v.; rd. Dv!>3> also in Jos2i M (|| i Ch 6"), for MT flV Tl*®up a 6a (®L after MT Tedpfii/uDv), v. Di ; it lay about 13 m. E. of N. fr. Samaria, three-fifths of the way to Jezreel ; mod. ruin Belame Bd p * 1228 , cf. Schultz **<»»■«; (Old Egypt. Y-b-ra-'amu WMM 195 ). UU (appar. v^of foil.; meaning dubious). t [D^] n.m. husband's brother (NH id.; £ «$£•*?. Lag *"•») — only sf. •03^ Dt 2 5 7 , ^9?^ 2 5 5 > i Q ' aw of levirate marriage (cf. Gn 3 8 8 ; v. also Dr D,2A6 - 10 ). t[nOT] a-f- sister-in-law (NH HD3;, $ K1TO3>, NTO^; Syr. Jfcooa:)— only sf. »B3; Dt25 7 - 79 /(?« brotfter's wife (widow), (cf. Gn38 8 ) in levirate law; ^03? Eu I 1615 thy husband's brother's wife. ' [CT] vb.denom., only Pi. do the duty of D3J to a brother's widow; Pf. A'? 3 ?'! consec. Dt 25 s and shall do a brother-in-law' s office to her; Imv. nnfc D3: Gn 38" (i.e. yV$ HB>K v a ); Inf. sf. *08C .13K t6 Dt 25 7 (on nominal sf. as obj. of inf.'.v. Ges* n5B - 2 * dto ). b«jQi f 33£, f^»?» "*»■; v. sub nw. p!IP v. sub pp3 p. 132^ supr. < 'irPS™!^ v. sub *p3 p. I40 a supr. Qto2"J v. sub DBO p. i42 a supr. f 1. *& J vb. be dry, dried up, withered (NH t& (rare), S V'71, chiefly Pa. Ithp., Syr. jlL. ; Sab. Palm, deriv. ; Ar. JL-I ; Eth. Mrt:) — Qal P/. 3 ms. BbJ Jos 9'+ 8 t.; B^ consec. Is i9 5 + 4 t.; 3 fs. Hffr Gn 8"; 3 pUBfcJ Je 23 10 + 2 t.; «?3< so 38 ^- 2 t.; /»ip/. 3 ms.' l/V Is 19 7 ; V2« Je*i2 4 Jb8 12 ; (^1 1 K if; ttjft Jon 4 7 ; 3 fs.Bfc^ Ez 17 10 ; E'jn v 10 + 3 t., etc.; Inf. cslr. Bb»(3) Is 27 11 ; njfc) Gn 8 7 ; abs. BH3} Zc 11 17 ; B>3J Ec 17 10 ; — 1. be dry, dried up without moisture: a. of bread Jos 9 612 ( JE). b. of ground lacking rain Am 4 7 , cf. Am I 2 (of Carmel at utterance of s voice), Je 23 10 . c. of earth after the flood Gn 8 14 (P), cf. $$}. d. of grass, herbape, trees and crops (already im- plied in b)=wilher Is 15 6 19 7 27 11 Jei2* Jb8 12 Jo i 12 Jon 4 7 ; in sim. of shortness of life ^go 6 102" 1 29 s , v. also Is 40 78 (in these two || ?3J) > of heart under fig. of grass ^ 102 5 ; of Judah under fig. of vine Ez 1 7 "">>»"> ) c f. 19"; of princes under fig. of tree Is 40 24 ; of roots of Ephr. under fig. of tree Ho 9 16 , so of roots of wicked Jb 18 16 . e. of hand, arm, dry up, wither, as judgment from '1, 1 K 13 4 Zc 11 1717 ; in distress nb t5nn? e>T 1^ 22 16 my strength is dried up like the potsherd ; of skin La 4 s , and (fig.) of bones Ez 37 11 . 2. be dried up: of water Gn8 7 (J), Is 19 5 1K17 7 Jeso 38 Joi 20 Jb 1 2 18 14". Pi. make dry, dry up, only Impf. 3 ms. sf. W*#S*3 Na i 4 and hath made it dry ( the sea); 3 fs. 0&f Jb is^the flame shall dry up his branches (fig. of wicked); fig. B^P Pr 1 7 s2 a broken spirit maketh dry (the) bones. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. P'Oin Jos 2 10 + 3 t. + Jo i 10 (v. infr.); B»3h Ez i 9 12 +2 t. Jo (v. infr.); 3 fs. n^a*Sl Jo i 12 (v. infr.); 2 ms. ri^aln ^ 74 15 ; 1 s . "n?>3in Ez 17 24 ; vi^m j e 51 36 ; 3 pi. *>»3h) consec. Zc io 11 ; Impf. 1 s. B»3iK Is 4 2 ls - 15 44 27 ;— dry up, make dry: 1. dry up water, '< subj., Jos 2 10 4 s3 - 23 5 1 (all D), Je5i 36 (||^nn),i 842 " 44 »(n- ! nin||cl.),f74' 5 . 2. make dry, wither : herbage, trees, crops, etc., of ' Is 42 15 (|| 3nnn); obj. Babylon under fig. of tree Ezi7 24 ; of east wind's drying up Judah's fruit Ez 19 12 . 3. exhibit dryness: of river- deeps laid bare Zc 1 o". — In like manner might be taken Jo l* 1 "*" if fr. EQ- but the sense would be difficult, esp. in v 1M2 , and •'•ah v " must be fr. tJHS, to which all these cases in Jo may be consistently assigned ; v. 55*13. f n. ©2^ adj . verb, or pt. dry, dried, so, ms. abs. Na i 10 + 4 1.; fs. H#JJ Nu 1 1 6 ; mpl. a^2)) Nu 6 3 ; fpl. nfcfcj Ez 37 2:4 ;— 1. dried, lit, only D^3> D"33J| Nu6 3 dried grapes(T; opp. D^n^'V); fig. nf^J UBfe? 1 1 6 (JE) our soul (i. e. our appe- tite)is dried up, viz. forwantof fresh, juicy meat. 2. dry, of chaff, & Na i 10 in sim. of Ninevites under impending judgment ; cf. in fig. of Job, Jb 13 25 ; of tree Ez 1 7 24 (fig. of Davidic house; opp. H? YV), 2 1 3 (in prediction of Judah's de- vastation by Babylon, opp. id.); Is 56 s fig. of eunuch ; of the bones in Ezek.'s vision EZ37 24 . fin. ttJ3 fiftF n.pr.loc. et pers. 1. n. pr.loc.lJ^? tJ>3; Jabesh of Gilead, ® Ia/Z( f )i C Ti&aao, exact site unknown, Ju 2 i 8 - 9101214 2 S 2 i 1J ; 1 Ch io n (@L ro£« r^raX na «);nvi53 &y 1 S II M 31 11 2 S 2 46 (in these three @L Io^.t tv raXaar.8.T0 S ) ; ^iSn 1 *™ M ^ i Ch io 12 ; n^ v 12 ; || nf% 1 S 31 12 ". 2. n.pr.m. tV3; father of Shallum 2 K 15 101314 . tnttj^ n.f. dry land, dry ground (Sab. DDT, opp. Dim sea, DHM in MV; Palm. NB'T (dry) land Vog N<> - 79 )— alw. abs. sg. Ttiftl, Ex 4 9 (J); of dry ground as path of Isr. through Red Sea Ex i4 16 - 22M i5 19 (allP),Ne 9 11 ^66 6 ; through Jordan Jos 4 s2 (D); of dry land, opp. sea, at creation Gn i 910 (P); cf. Jon i 9 ; specif, of shore of sea Jon i 13 1"; fig. of needy Israel, to be refreshed by '<'s spirit Is 44 3 (|| KOJf). TrHtt&5 n.f. id., made by God's hands ^95 5 ; water shall become blood nB>3?3 Ex 4 9 (J). ^NIP v. sub I. ^W p. i45 b supr. T[JJ J vb. till, be husbandman, only Qal Pt. pi. D'3rin BWbj> Je 52 16 2 K 25 12 Qr (Kt COJ); v. 313 p. i55 b supr. t[ar] sum. field, tKjyi D'D-)3 Je39 10 , but text dub., v. 52'°= 2 K 25 12 ; also 313, 11. 33 p. 155b supr. nn3^ v. sub i^Qa p. 147a supr. )> 1 16 3 (|| fTJD, Je 20 18 (II **&), 3 " ' 3 (II ^». OPP- D^n^), 45 » (|| '3K3D), Ez 23 s3 (|| |^|¥>, but Co.; JH2V with Codd.; cf. i u ); Est 9 s2 (opp. nnefc). iTVIfl n.f. grief (poet.) — abs. 'n |ii9 K Pri4 !3 IV 21 ; cstr. ilJW xo';— grief V'l^ 28 ; Pr io 1 (opp. mate*), i 4 » (opp. nncfc), i 7 «  (||nob*$).

pon-ru fll. [H^] vb. only Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. run (Ko 1584 ) thrust away (Syr . J^gi'rernove, repel ; Ar. Llj iv. repel)— n^at5nr|tp mh T^S3 2S20 13 wlten he had thrust (him, the murdered Amasa) out of the highway (|| r&DBrrjD tiflflrNQ 3D>1 rrjjpsi v 12 ). "W v. sub I. fa p. i58 b supr. ""T 1 ^ v. sub TV} p. 163b supr. PP ( Vof foil. ; cf. Ar. ^j 6eo< cloth (said of a fuller); in Heb. only in deriv. wine-press). fi. i"l3 n.f. wine-press (contracted from

  • ra = *ror)_abs.naju6 11 + 3t.;nin3Nei3 16 ;

— wine-jyress, lit. 1153 D'tSH t33h Ju 6" beating out wheat in tlie wine-press, to hide it from Midian; the juice of the grapes was pressed out by treading, HJ3 :]"PJ Is 63 s (in sim.), but also as ace. Dina D , 3"j't Ne 13 15 ; in fig. of judg- ment, 131 rbvJ? tflK !JTJ na La 1 15 a wine-press hath Adonay trodden for the virgin daughter of Judah; also D3 TO60 *3 TV) Jo 4 13 (HIT only here with na). — On the form and use of wine- press, and Heb. synonyms, v. Smith DB (art. wine-press) Benz*"*- 212 '- Rob BR1U - 137 Schick ZPVI - . 146, 1»0, »nd FLt.tIU ^ n Jgj-JJjj (J ZP V ll, 1888, 106 1 f ii. 713 n.pr.loc. (wine-press) — Philistine city © r t 0, 23 Geth, Jos^'-^^etc., r«-ra (ed. Niese), exact site unknown (v. GASm 000 *- 194ff ), named with Gaza and Ashdod Jos 1 1 22 as home of remaining 'Anakim ; named with Ashdod, Gaza, Ashkelon and 'Ekron i S6 17 ; with Ashkelon i S i 20 ; with Ashkelon, Yabne and Ashdod 2 Ch 2 6 6 ; P4P81 fOftQ 1 S 7 14 , cf. I7 62b and also v 52a (rd. n| for K)3 © WeDr); called D'OBOS n3 Am 6 2 ; built up by Rehoboam, ace. to 2 Ch ii 8 ; taken by Hazael 2 K 12 18 ; also 1 S 5 8 17 423 (of Goliath), cf. 2 S 2i 2022 = 1 Ch 20 68 ; 1 S 2 1 1113 2 7 2 - 3 - 4 " 2 S 15" 1 K 2 39 - 39 - ♦o- 41 f 56 1 Mi 1 1014 1 Ch 7 21 8 13 , also 1 8 1 (but || ariD ntSK 2 S 8 1 ; on change of this into reading in Ch v. We) ; c. n i oc ., nna 1 K 2 40 . T"lDnn ri3 2 K 1 4 25 (wine-press of digging) home of Jonah, proph.; "lBn nna Jos 19 13 , perh. mod. El-Meshhed, c. 3 m. E. of N. fr. Nazareth, Rob 811 " 150 Bd™ 252 . trtQVn! n.pr.loc. in Dan Jos 19"; Levi- tical city 2i 24 =i Ch6 M ; site unknown. — H3 Jit3"! in Manasseh Jos 2 1 25 is scribal error ; rd. DylsT, q. v . c c 2 01« T 'n 10", DTa' T nW^ v "' : a. right hand (i)Vw-i: Gn 4 8 ,T7 (JE), JU7 20 2S20 9 Je22 24 EZ39 3 ^-/s 23 121 5 ; nwn [Dp* EX29 20 Lv 8"* 1 4 "- 17 - 25 - 28 (all P); a left-handed man is iri^-T -«atjS Ju 3 15 20 16 (v. -itiN); left hand (i)i>NEf T 3 21 7 20 EZ39 3 ; both hands of one pers. are denoted by du., D?T Gn 2 7 B 2 K 3" -foft; occasionally + numeral, 'T *8f Dt 9 1617 , so Lv 1 6 2 ' (P) ; du. also of hands of several persons Gn tf> Ex 29 101519 Dtsi 29 jKii"= 2Ch2 3 15 , Ez2i 12 +; yet sts. sg. of hand of several persons Gn 19 16 Ex 29" Lv8 24 Dt I 25 1 7" Ju 7 20 - 20 + . b. VT ni33 "Ff 1 S 5 4 the two palms of his hands; DHM ni33 2K9 35 Dnio 10 ; TT niTSK armpits Je 38 12 Ez 13 18 ; VT jr/3 Ex

g*>(P)=his thumbs (opp. cbp_ frta); nura 

(v)i>JT (V)T Ju I 67 ; bracelets were worn on hands, i.e. wrists Gn 24 22 ' 30 - 47 (J), cf. thread bound on hand of Zerach sS 28 - 28 - 29 - 30 ^), and cords on hands of Samson Ju 15 14 ; the ring was worn on hand, i.e. finger Gn4i 42 (E), Est 3 i0 . c. as to hands in use, note IT 'Jpt Gn 49 24 arms of his hands, i. e. arms which make his hands serviceable; HJ%| IT K& 2 K 9 s4 fe/B«2 to Aanc? wn'</t <Ae feow, i.e. caused his hand to grasp it, seized it ; ntfljrr^ ?£ 3?nn 2 K 1 3 1616 ; esp. fig. of consecrating or installing (as priest), T N?p he filled the hand of any one (perh. orig. gave the selected portions of animal-sacrifices to, v. Lv S 25 "', so Di), installed as priest Ju 1 7 612

K 1 3 M (sq. 1 subord.) ; elsewhere only P and 

late : Ex 28 4l '(|| EHJ?), 2 9 9 also v 29 (|| ntPO), v 33 (E*ip), v 35 Lv 8 s3 2 Ch 13 9 16 33 , sq. inf. Lv 16 33 (|| TOto), 2l 10 (||!OB*pSV) ) Nu3 3 (||nE5'D); Dnxk) niiTv D3T 2 Ch 29 31 =ye have consecrated your- selves to '*, is addressed appar. to the whole congregation (otherwise BeOt and Di Ex 32 s9 ) ; so the same expression Ex 32 s9 (poss.) and 1 Ch 29 s (certainly) of offering gifts to '*; HJ Wj"? Ez 43 s6 of consecrating the altar (|| 1B3, Tit?); ? T n?B> Ju S 26 stretch out hand to, so "b« IW

S6 6 (insert mVrssDr); hence D(3)T nbft? 

<Aa< <o which one puts tlw hand, fig., se undertak- ing, tDt 12 7 ' 8 15 10 23 21 2 8 820 t; T r6e> also in hostile sense, c. 3, Ex22 7 1 S24 7u 26"^55 21 -|-; cf. DT rfblfa 3N1D Is II 14 ; T-J3K Nu35 17 (P) a stone (thrown from) the hand; T/TJ? 'pS v 18 a weapon in the hand; T ?ir!P Ez 39 s1 a sia^" in the liand; idols are "Ul T ntPjJD Is 2 8 + oft. v. ilSTJE; man is work of God's hand Jb 14 15 . d. special phrases: kissing with the hand P$ni '& T, Jb3i 27 ; (in silence) 'D fc£ Vfl? T, 40 4 Mi 7 16 (ns-by); the creditor is ftj nfl? HfJ Dti5 2 ; the debtT"i>3 ^Neio 35 ; D3T nonn Dt 1 2 611 ' 1 ' 'heave-offering of your hand; the hand is placed TV nnn in taking an oath Gn 2 4 2 ( J); lifted (Dnn) to '1 14 22 ; so perhaps T D3^y T t Ex 17 16 (E) hand on tlw throne of Yah ! (but difficult, v. Di VB) ; oft. c. NSW : the hand is lifted (tcfeo) to heaven Dt 32 40 (of V g oath, poem); elsewh. chiefly Ez and P: simply lift (NBO) the hand (asgSBb), sq. inf. Ex 6 8 Nu 14 s0 (both P), Ez 20 2842 47 14 ; sq. S> pers. Ez2o"(del. Co as gloss); sq. p pers. + inf.Ez 20 el5 - 23 ; abs. 36 7 ; hence (citations) Ne 9 15 f 106 26 ; cf. Ne 8 6 the people answered DTT ^ybs |CK fCK; (D<)T Kt«  elsewh. (of men) in prayer ■>//• 28 2 ; cf. 68 32 , and JT133 PIT? T 7 7 3 . Also of God, to give a signal fc^"; to rescue f io 12 . T «£* Is io 32 /«s brandishethhishand(Assyridn, in defiance); spH iTl8ii 15 (of'iinjudgment),cf.i9 16 Zc2 13 (sq.^y); T, JPJtJ Zp2 15 (in derision); ? T yennone's /iaW bringing deliverance to, gaining success, by force, for 1 S25 26 + (v. Dr), ins. also v 3 ' (© We Dr); the hand is weary njW 2 S 23 10 , it cleaves (p3l) to the sword (Tinrr 7&C) v'°(both om. by accident in || 1 Ch n 13 ,"see VB); T "0$ Lv2i ,9 (fi) fracture of hand=arm (|| ^"l "OS*); after jnj : give a pledge DiTBO tOXinp DT vm Ezr io 19 ; submit Hta5f nnn T JO} 1 Ch 29", i.e. they acknowledged him as their lord ; niT? T"«n 2 Ch 30 8 ; other phr. c. prep. v. infr. e. of hand as strong, helpful, etc.: — (1) of man: 'T DX'V Dt 8 17 (U*n&)j of fighting power of Edom n^tn T3 Nu 20 20 (JE ; || TJ3 Dp ■ cf. infr. of God); T^n.Sp small in power 2 K 19 28 =Is37 27 (cf. infr. of God); Isr. went out of Egypt HOT T3 ace. to P, Ex^ 8 Nu33 3 i.e. boldly, defiantly ; same phr. of presumptuous- ness (against ) Nu 1 5 80 (P, cf. non «T t Dt 32 s7 ). Phrases of strengthening are : VT P?n Ju 9" Ne6 9 ; DT? Pin Ezr i 6 ; _ T3 pnnn Jb 8 20 (v. pin) ; fa* VT ni'np 2 K 1 5 19 that his hands might be with him, to confirm the kingdom in his hand ; note also ffi«! *$ t ® Ty "'V Jb 1 f who » Ae (that) tei7Z «<rtfe to Aarid into mine, i.e. give me a pledge (v. sub Vpn); strength fails when hands drop : VT }BT! 2 S 4 1 then his hands dropped down, he grew feeble, spiritless(v. nB"i) ; BT, V] 17 2 weak-handed, weak (|| KJ). (2) of (mighty) hand of God, pointing to earlier an390 thropomorphism ; as strengthening Joseph Gn 49 M (poem in J); as stretched out (rb&) to smite Ex 9 15 (J); so of * tJKjjp 2 S 24 16 , sq. ace. + p inf., opp. *|T ^J§ v 16 ; as smiting (3 r^JD) 1 S 6 9 Jb 19 21 ; as against (3 among, in) cattle, etc., V s (J); city 1 S5 9 ; the murrain v s (J); m.T-T as lieavy against (H? rTUD) 1 S5 6 ; IITM Of v"; ^5? nriE'^ v 7 ; f withdrawal of Vs chas- tising hand D30 hj TDn 1 S 6 s ; and ('< subj.) D ?h» "r"? $£ v 5 ; of '»'„ power to deliver hispeople :— fT pjn Ex 1 3 31416 (all JE)t; nggj T 6(JE),i3»(JE),'Dt6 21 7" Jos 4 24 (D); es'p.'in* phr. rnbi. $?rn(3)i np T tn v(a) Dt 4 34 + (v. y*nt p. 284); nprnT + i>na nbEx 3 2 n (JE),Nei 10 ; rn "*£>n "• Nu 1 1 23 (JE) is the hand of) shortened ? Is50 2 SP^both sq. |Q); rWtM T b judgment l8 9 »-»*io 4 ; py'PV T rrrm of grasp of v s hand in prophetic inspiration Ez i 3 3 22 37 1 40 1 K3 15 ; npm »^ ">™r Ez 3 M ; bo"W nejna i b8 h. of God's (Vs) g-ood /i«nrf = favour, (late) T (V)bv nato (V)n!>K Ezr 7 s 8 18 Ne 2 818 ; without rata Ezr 7 6 - 28 8 22 - 31 ; sq. inf. nr6 nr6 arbtm T

Ch 30 12 ; h;p ^Ta 1 Ch 29"; in gen. *JT3 

rrjUM nb v 12 ; of protection IT i>X3 Is 49 2 fa //te shadow of his (s) Aa»irf.

. Fig. = strength, power : — D?T Dro ,Tn &6 

DU? Jos 8 20 (JE) tJiere was not in tliem strength to flee; DWT ^PT j ^ y^ 1NXO N^ 7 6 6 none of the men of might have found their Imnds, i. e. their powers are paralyzed in death (|| 0n:p 103); with ref. to pecuniary ability : n'B> »J IT JJ'jri Lv 5 7 (on this and others c. , :! v. "T p. 1 9 1 ) ; IT yan Dn^n Vltyi> v " if his hand do not reach to two turtledoves; T$Q T J"S 14" if his hand be unable to reach; so combinations with }feo Hiph.: v 22 - 30 - 31 - 32 Nu6 21 (all foregoing P), Lv 2 5 26 - 47M 2f (all H), Ez 4 6 7 ; V D3TO3 Dt i6 17 ac- cording to the giving of his hand, i.e. his ability; similarly IT flflO EZ46 511 ; on *TJ i^?"** Gn 31 s9 , etc.. v. 11. -W p. 43" supr.; other phr. c. prep. v. infr.; of dominion of king 3 T ywrb 2 S8 3 rd. prob. as || 1 Ch 18 s 3 hj SHflfy establish his dominion at; hand=display of strength, action of* f 78" Jb 27" Dt 34 12 ; esp. •» rfcy-isto npnan n;n Exi 4 31 (J)=«A e ? rea< achievement which /f > did. . Fig. = «'cfe : a. of way TV7 T 1 S 4 13 Qr (Kt T ; but rd. prob. "Wfl T§ v. Dr). b. of gate ly^T TJ? 1 S 4 18 (txt. dub., v. Dr). c. of stream or wady P3I bm T"!)3 Dt 2 s7 . Esp. du.: d. of land, tS^J naffl pS Gn 34 21 (P) <A* land is wide of (on) both hands, i.e. in both directions, Ju 18 10 Is22 is 1 Ch4 40 ; of city Ne7 4 ; of sea^io4 25 ; of streams D?T 'Drn I833 21 ; trri3 TO Nu2 4 24 (JE) from "the direction of Kittim. — Other phr. c. prep. v. infr. e. side =place, properly place at one side WTIIJI T1 njjpfc fvap <jp Dt 23 13 ; Vr-nx b*k j e 6 3 eacA (m) his place; so iT"^ BNJ"^| Nu2 17 (P);— v. other phrases c. prep. infr. . 1J is used in various special, technical senses: — a. sign, monument 1 S 15 12 2 S i8' 8 . tb. part, fractional jiart or share: of seed Gn 47 24 ( J ); sn are in king 2S19 44 ; of fighting men 2K11 7 ; of people Neii 1 . fc. time, repetition Gn 43 s4 (J), Dn i 20 . Also f.pl. (only in fig. senses) : — td. axle-trees 1 K 7 32 - 33 (@ Jfcet^cf ). te. stays, supports for laver 1 K 7 35 - 36 ; stoy« at sides of throne 1 K io I919 = 2 Ch 9 1818 . tf. tenons on sides of boards of tabernacle fliT >Ff Ex 26 17 (P), also v 1919 3 6 22 - 24 - 24 . g. nnn T is 578 acc to Hi De Che 0r Brd Du and most = a phallus thou beholdest; this favoured by context but without support in Heb. usage; Di a (beckoning) Jiand. . T with prep. :— a. T^f :— (i ) after vb. of motion, into the charge, custody, o/Est2 38 - 814 ; (2) ll'bx by the side o/gate 2 S 18 4 ; *Tfa by my side, next to me 14 30 ; fffl T^K EZ48"; "OH Tr^ v b (but on txt. v. Co); cfl also T_J>, 1??$. b. TJ3 into the Juind: (1) T„3 fnj pfat mto /A« /*o»Mi 0/, lit., Gn27 17 ; (2) into the possession of T3 fflj Exio 2S (JE); esp. (3) T3 ]T:= give into the jiower of deliver over to Jos 6 2 7 7 (both JE), Dt i 27 Ju 2 14a 13 1 is 12 1 K 22 6 2K18 30 19 10 ; T3 130 sell into the hand of Ju 2 ,4b 3 8 4 2 - 9 io 7 ; T.3 %) fall into the hand of I5 18 2 S24 14 ; D^a 'T3 DnptW Jb8 4 and he delivered them into the power of their transgres- sion, gave them over to it ; also Is 64", which read U?.?DTn for MT UJICPn ; (4) T2 JD3 — entrust to Qn^ 32 17 . c. T3 in the hand of: (1) lit. T3 1S*« ^tSD Gn 38 18 (J) thy staff which is in thy hand, Ex7 17 (J), i7 9 (E), 32" NU22 23 - 31 J0S5 13 8 18 (all JE), 1 S 13 22 14 27 17 50 18 10 20 10 2 K ii 811 =2 Ch 23 7 , Am 7 7 Is 6 s Ez 40 35 47 s Zc 2 5 8 4 ; S|^J I^J n^3 pN i S 14 12 there is not in my Jiand evil or transgression (orig. prob. of stains of blood, or other evidences of crime); n ¥l "'I' 3 "'" 10 26 18 ; (2) fig. in the possession of, Ex 2l 16 "(JE); 'T3 NSO? 1 S 9 8 there is found 391 T-n in my hand, i.e. I happen to have ( shekel); (3) in the (physical) power of Gn i6 6 (J; cf. itt nnn ^ynn v 9 ), Jb i 12 ; f^h T3 p r 18 21 in the power of a tongue; in the care or charge of, entrusted to, Gn 39 23 (J); under the authority of 2 S i8 l " Nu 3 1 49 (P);— in Je 41' (AV because ofGedaliah), rd. Wl 9rti "fa for Kin w¥ti "1*3 © Hi Kue Gf Che Gie Dr 8m29 ' ; (4) "VSf also with vbs. of taking, efclVTlK ITS nj3>| Gn 22" and he took the fire in his fiand, Ex 4 1 '- 20 - 21 (all E), 1 S 17 40 2 K9 1 ; thence to denote accom- paniment, taking or being with one Joso, n (JE), 2 S 8 10 1 K 14 3 2 K 5 5 ; iT3 W0 thf 1 S 14 34 cf. 1 6 2 ; D'BOK D'B'bv' *JT3 nj? J e 38' . d. T3 fy the agency or instrumentality of Gn 38 s0 (J), JU6 36 1S11 7 16 20 2 S 3 18 io 2 ii 14 i2 25 2K14 27 (the orig. lit. sense is discernible in some of these); esp. of '^'s speaking by the agency of prophets Ex 9 s5 (R), Lv8 36 10" Nu 4 37 - 45 9 s3 io 13 if J0S14 2 20 2 2i° 8 (all P), 1 S 2 8 1S17 1 K 16 71234 2 K 9 s6 17 1323 2 Chi 17 7 6 io 15 33 s 34" 35 6 Ne 8 14 9 i4.so. a Ta rao Ex j 6 3( P ) fZ?e 6y ^ ; iarMi y,. T3 by or a< </te «tc?« of (very rare) Zc 4 12 olive- branches beside the two golden pipes; =near to, in time, 3g*1 Di' 1T3 |&J Jb 15 23 raicfy a< Ai's AaW is a day of darkness (i. e. near at hand). e. 'H?Bn 1!? 1 K 10" ace. to the hand of tlie king, i.e. his royal munificence, so Est 2 18 cf. 1". f. T} by the side of iSi 9 s iChi8 17 23 28 Nen 24 Pr8 3 ^ 140 6 . g. "V? out of the hand: — (i) out of the power of, often nearly = JO, used idiomat. c. many vbs.: c. Wn Gn 32 1212 (J), Ex2 19 i8 9, ° 10 (all JE), 1 S if; T nnnp Ex 18 10 (JE; soc.J)B'B2 Ch 2 1 81010 ; cf.i.infr.); of animals "l-P 1 S 1 7 37 - 37 , 3?3"T» j, 2 2 21 ; even of inanimate things Ttpfo TO ^Sn Is 47"; c. nfA Nu2l M (JE), 1 K ii 34 - 35 ; c. jnrj v 12 - 31 ; c. &k>, ^ "W 'O ^89 49 ; c. H-IB, biKe>Te 'B Ho I3 14 (|| ni.BD), V'49 16 ; 3 l n *W ' B Jb 5 20 ; pregn. *QWD ^BEE* 1 S 24 16 may A« ('<) judge (and save) me out of thy hand; so 2 S 18 19 and (with 3*1 for BBC?) 1 S25 39 ; (2) TO of separation, *"IJM T|^^88 6 of wicked, cut off from nearness to God; (3) B^T* TO exact (a« </te hand) of 2 S 4 11 Gn 9" (P), Ez 33 « 34 10 ( = Dyp &?l Dti8 19 ), also of animals Gn 9 s ; 1?? C?i33 Ez 33 8 ; "W? njij R u 4 5 - 9 ac?«tre at the hand of ; with ref. to offerings TB 3 ,- !pn Lv22 25 (H), TO .Tfi (* subj.) Mali 1013 ; nj& TO jfeTJ 2 ,3 . h. (*)T"i>y :— ( 1 ) wfxm «Ae Aawd(a) of *TJ"?8 ins HOT Gn 42 S7 = entrust him to me (E ; lit, 2>w< Mm upon my hand) ; TIT'S inTV Tn ^63" </iey «/jaK pour him out upon the hands of the sword = deliver him up to the sword; so Je 18 21 EZ35 6 ; (2) V"^?, Tfhl ace. to the hand(s) of = at the guidance, direction of: T~^y iCh25 2 » 2Ch26 13 ; TJ^J Je 5 31 33 13 , and esp. Chr : 1 Ch 2 5 2,, - 3 ««; T , n 1p8 2 Ch 23 18 Ezr 3 10 ; TH ^3 n*$j 2 Ch 29^ ace. to </ie guidance of the instruments of David; (3) 6y <Ae side of, way ^3 " 1 -"^ "Wd 2 S 15 s ; river pOTT) T7J Ex 2 5 (E), Nu ^^(JE; UDM-^), j e4 6 6 Dnio 4 ; city Jos 1 5" (JE); person ( = m the company of) 2 S 15 18 ; people 2 Ch 2 1 16 ; esp. late TJ"v$f »t«a;« to (in a series) 17 151618 31 15 Ne 3"+ 13 t. Ne 3, 13 13 ; nr^5? by tlie side o/Ju 1 1 26 ; people (WW) H^by Nu34 3 (P), iCh? 29 ; cattle Jbi 14 ; H^y "™?J>? T^? 1 Ch 6 16 Ae stationed them by the side of song, i.e. to watch over the singing.' i. T TW under the hand=in the possession, at the disposal of ;

rnn iT T -nnn nh-0; jw i s 2i 9 ;=in the 

power of, subject to Is 3" come, thou shalt be our ruler and this ruin under thy hand; pi. sq. vb., TT nnn i35?nni Gn 16 9 (J) and submit thyself under her hands, her authority, Is 3°. — t nnnp v . g. (1) supr., and sub nnn. trnSTP n.pr.loc. in Zebulun Jos 19 15 , © Iepft^w, ®L ItSaXa ; @JIJi^.; site unknown. BBT v. sub ea-n p. 185b supr. fi. ^*^' , ] vb - cast a lot ( cf - Eth - a, - e ^ : immittere, etc., Di 935 ) — only Qal Pf 3 mpl. by b-n) Vf. Na 3 10 Ob u ; - b« brta IT Jo 4 3 . (Poss. wrongly pointed pfs. of nT Pi. q. v.) II. ^n' 1 (v/of foil.; love, cf. Ar. Ij Zow; Aram. Pa. jll Z<w«, also deriv.; Sab. epith. f. mi loving-one, friend, amie, DHM 2 """'"; v. also TrT). t[T«T] adj. (poet.) beloved (NH id., Aram. LZ)— cstr. 1*1 Dt 33 12 ; sf. 'Tt|» Is 5 11 Jen 15 ; iTTi»^i27 2 ; pi. sf. TT1; 6 ° 7 Io87 : f. OVr 45 1 ; niTT 84 s ; — 1. my beloved, used by proph. of '"< under fig. of husbandman Is 5 11 ; so my (thy, his) beloved Je ii' 5 ^6o' = io8 7 , 1 27 s ; beloved, of Benj. as beloved by Dt

12 . 2. lovely, Triiwp niTT-no + 84 s 

how lovely are thy habitations ! 3. fpl. as abstr. subst. n'TT TB* ^ 45' — a song of love. rfrrp 392 tfiVrT n.f. love=obj. of love; — only cstr. tffeg rtrvv j e i2 7 ( speaks) love (i.e. beloved) of my soul. tnTT ri.pr.f. (beloved) mother of Josiah 2 K 22 1 ; © USeta, ©L U&i&a. trPT-p n.pr.m. (beloved of Yah; cf. Sab. tam DHM ZM01CT5 ' 6Mil88S - 16 ) — name given to Solomon by Nathan; 1^3 njTT SW'm «li?!l HOT 2 S 12 s ; © I8«8«, ©L UMtftco. tYT 1 n.pr.m. 1. a Manassite, i Ch 27 21 , ® laSHm. 2. one of those who took foreign wives Ezr 1 o 43 Kt (Qr 'T ; cf. Palm. H' = dilectus Vog No - 8 ), © Aid, A IaSti, ©L Ia8mi. Tn.pr.m. v. Vl^. TTTTS n.pr.m. one who (with l^pN) pro- phesied in the camp of Isr. Nu 1 i 26 - 27 (JE), © Ma>8a8. I [m^] vb. throw, oast (Ar. (j^ ex- eruit, emisit, 11. iv. emisit (all now in special senses) ; Eth. a>.fi?: throw, cast on or in (very oft. ; cf. OJ.fi.fi:) ; whence Hiph. give thanks, con- fess (orig. acknowledge]) is commonly derived, perhaps from gestures accompanying the act, v. Thes Lag 0r ' "' 2a , yet connexion uncertain; Aram. Pa. 'HI, Aph. 'liS confess, J^o}*, ~?ofc>j».f' id.; but Eth. hlttVJiXi accuse, perh. also fr. gesture; Palm. HlVi render thanks, oft. in votive inscrr., see Vog on No. 79; tmDI 12V Vog No - 101 =e6x a - ptWwf avi8r,KC, W bs pID Vog No - 9S - 1 ; Nm'^tOMS Vog 110 - 29 ) — Qal Imv.'b* VV shoot (airows) at Je 50" (rd. prob., with some Codd. *V). Pi. Impf. '3 n»l La 3 s3 and tliey cast (stones) on me; Inf. J"liT Zc 2* to cast down (the horns of the nations). Hiph. (connex. with PIT throw, obscure, yet v. supr.) Pf. rm ! K 8 ffl + 3 t.; OWn ^ 75 « ; Impf. fHini Ne II» (on form v. Ges* 63 '* 7 ); H^ ^6 6 ; 1 s. sf. Vfn/t 2 8 7 (Ges Lc -); Wfi* 42 612 43 6 ; pi. Iff 9 9 3 + 6t.;'Bf. 'J**; 45 18 (Ges '•"•); TT 49", etc. + 41 1. Impf.; 7?re«. rtfl Isi2 4 +i6t.; Tn ^ 107 1 ; 7n/ niiin 1 ch 25'+ n t.; rnin Ezr 3 11 ; nVlh i Ch i6 7 + 4 t. (see Baer + 92 2 ); Pt. rnin p r 28"; pi. onto 1 Ch 29 13 ;— 1. give thanks, laud,praise; a. c. ace. (i)of men, Judah Gn 49 s (poetic play on name); Job (ironical) Jb 40"; the king ^ 45"; the rich 49"; (2) of ' Gn 29 s5 (J expl. name miiT'); elsewhere (mostly ifrlr and Ch) of ritual worship (v. Lag <*•»•*'•); obj. " DV Is 25' + 44' 54 8 99 3 138 s rrnn

18 9 2 io9 30 iii 1 ;^ii8"; 

i42 8 ; /, «bB89 8 ;mn l sf. V referring to God 30 1013 35 18 43 4 52" ^l"™ 71 22 76" 88" ii8 21ffl 119 7 138' 139 14 IS38 1819 (song of Hez.); «_ ^ 42 612 43 5 ; W^t? **fo 28" with my song will I praise him; ^ 1"pf 7 inS praise <A«« '1 2 S 2 2 5 °=|/- i8 50 = 108 4 , Is 1 2 1 (exilic hymn); '31N ^57'° 86 12 , cf. 138 4 145 10 . b. sq. p, only of the ritual worship : D^p f 1 06 47 = 1 Ch 1 6 36 , ^ 1 2 2 4 1 40" ; iBHi? "Dip 30* 97 12 ; '"b 1 Ch i6 47 - 41 23 s0 25 s 2 Ch'5 13 7 6 ' 20 22 ^33 2 92 2 i05'=iChi6 8 =Isi2 4 ; 318 '3'v WW give thanks to'" 1 for he is good ^ 106 1 107 1 n8 1M 1 36 1 1 Ch 1 6 s4 ; so Je 33" (sq. "TIX) • cf. n(i)"lin 2Ch7 3 Ezr 3 u ; HDn'^nv ^io7 815 - 21 - 31 ; VTbt6 Ne 12 46 1//136 1 ; Vivb v 3 ; bnb v 26 ; sfs. referring to God: l5> 6 6 79 13 119 62 ; b ioo 4 ; lb + D-fo< 75" i Ch 29 13 ; abs. 2 Ch 31 2 Ne 1 1 17 1 2 24 all of the ritual worship. 2. confess, a. the name of God, || zincs?, pnnn, bWi, iK8 aj5 = 2 Ch 6 2426 . b. VV2> ?5? ^ 32 s ( || W»? ►&); atjri rnio (l'MPB) Pr 28 13 confessing and forsaking (his transgressions ; opp. , " 1 ? 3 '?)" Hithp.P/nwin Lv5 6 16 21 ; vnnn 2 6 40 Nu 5 7 ; /mp/. 1 s. nWlK Dn 9 4 ; pL*W^ Ne9 2 ; Inf. s f. inMinn Ezr io 1 '; Pt. n^rip Nei 6 Dn9 M ; pi. D^intp 2Ch30 22 Ne9 3 ; — 1. confess, abs. Ezr io 1 Ne9 3 Dn 9 4 ; c. ace. P? Lvi6 21 (P), 2 6 40 (H); nstan Nu 5 7 (P), Dn 9 20 ; ncpi t^k Lv 5" (P); niNDn by Ne I 6 9 2 . 2. give thanks, mrrb, in the ritual worship 2 Ch 30 22 . Tn'iT'n n.f.pl. songs of praise; — Ne 12 8 ; so Thes MV, but form strange and dub.; ace. to Ew 5165b abstr. WTn (many MSS.) praising; so Be Ke 6t ; 01 S220 'rds. inf. nftin, so SS. tnTiil n.f. thanksgiving/PI Lv7 12 + 23 1; cstr. nn> Lv 7 1315 ; pi. ninin f 56 ,3 +3 t.; nnin Ne 1 2 31 - 40 ; — 1. give praise to '« Jos7 19 (JE; || 'b ni33 D'^), Ezr io 11 , in both of praise ren- dered by acknowledging and abandoning sin ; v. Di on Jos, and on Ezr. Ot and esp. Ryle ; cf. vb. TtT c. p; so RVm; >Thes MV SS Be BV al. confession. 2. thanksgiving in songs of liturgical worship 'n b)p V' 26? 42 s Jon 2 10 ; |p ,, B'^69 3l Nei2 27 ; || nino) ^ 95 2 ; II'"™?! bip IS51 3 ; || nbnn ^,ioo 4 ; |pi3? 147 7 . 3. thanks- giving choir, procession, line, company Ne 1 2 31 - 3840 , prob. also Je 30 19 (|| O'pn'^O bp). 4. thank-offering T) Itsp Am4 5 (||ni3n3); a division of D'ob^n naj LV7 12 *; vobty 'n nar v 1316 ; |tnnrp 'n(n) rar v ,Jb (all P), 22 s9 (H); nnini n-nyi 2CI129 31 ' 31 ; 'm DnpbB* vi3T 33 10 ; 'n (<)h3t mr ^ 107 22 n6' 7 ; 'n (Dj'Nao Jei7 S6 33 11 ; mtnb ^ 1 oo 1 (title); in ^ || D»T!3 : 'n I"I3T ^/Ter a thank- offering 5o 14 - 23 (£eeBr Mr - 239 ); 'n D^B> 56' 3 . tjinVT, pHT n.pr.m. usu. (WTlJj pnT Ch5 ,2 35»; JVlV^^Neii 87 1CI116 38 ; chief of one of the three choirs of the temple (only Chr & f -titles) 1 Ch 9 16 1 6 s8 "- 42 25 s - 3 - 6 2 Ch 5 12 ; the king's seer 35 1S ; his descendants formed one of the perpetual temple choirs }VWT '33 1 Ch 16 42 25 13 2 Ch 29"; fin 5 T-J3 Ne 1 1 17 .' In ^-titles pniT b)l ^62', 77' (Qr); pnwji 39 1 (? error for "75?), all = after the manner o/(the choir of) Yeduthun (musical term ace. to ftgOTJC422.2nded.H3) _ y> a j 80 Lag Or.l.l6ff. an( J „ pr t]DK, ppW (sub JOK), flVK (8U b [JT). Tn" , T' n.pr.ni. 1. a Simeonite chief 1 Ch t t :

s7 , ® 181a, @L leSSaa. 8. a builder at the 

wall Ne 3 10 , ® USaia, ®L l<8a«a. rfTT v. sub TP supr. JTTJ v. sub ITf supr. TMQpT v. sub JfT infr. plTH" 1 = pniT v. sub m t*V?~P n.pr.m. son of Nahor Gn 2 2^(1) (*/sbl1=he weepeth'i) ® ItXSa^, ®L I<o-Xa<£. JTT vb. know (NH id. ; Aram. JH ^« ; -T943 > -:' . ' Ph. J7T; Eth. h£.&0: XL 1. indicate, announce, narrate; As. i'<&2, feiow, C0T Gl0M ; Sab. J)T>, esp. in cpd. n.pr. DHM 2 * 01975 ' 612 )— Qal Pf Tt Gn 4 l + J *£ Lv 5*+j sf. teTJ Dt 34 10 Jb 2 8 7 ; rVft Gn24 16 1K1 4 ; WJJ Is6 3 16 ; 3 fs. njTV JuI T Ia 9 +4 t.; 2 ms. n^T Gn3o M +; flfiyT 2 S 2 M ; Fi5?14Ru2 11 iK2 15 ; njnj Je5o 24 ; njm consec. Ru3 4 + 6 t. (incl. Ez 22", Co QPIVT1, so ® $) + EZJ28 22 Co (for tt$), so ® ; WjTT Gn 4 9 + ; sf. T%T Ex 33 12 + 2 t.; WtyTJ Gn 18 19 ; D**q*T Pr 3 o 18 ; fWffi Is 4 8 7 ; Wl^Gn i 9 8 + ; WTJaK 4 39 + ; pVT'Dt8 3 - ,6 (Dr5 6 ' 1 '-); 2 mpl. DPIJTP Gn 44 15 + ; 2 fpL fPiVT Gn3i 6 ; f^Tl consec. Ez 13 2123 , etc.; Impf. VV Is 7 16 + ; J£ Jos 22 s2 + 5 t.; jrgj ^ I3 8" (rd. prob. ITT« vt Ges' 69 ' 211 - 3 ); ITS Gn4 17 + ; sf. «££ Je 17 9 ; B^] H014 10 ; 7mi>.5nGn2o 7 +iot.; njnp^ 14 ; ji^Ecii 19 ; sf. win p r 3 «; 'jn j e 2 ,9 + 4 1. j W* Nu 3 2 23 +

rn i5t.; 7n/c«<r.ny^Ex2 4 ; nyi Gn 3 M + ; ^ Dt 9", etc.; Inf. abs. jtfT Gn 43' Jos 23"; HJ Gn i 5 3 +ii t.; P«. ac<. •# Gn 3 s + ; f. "VT Nu3i ,7 + 2 t.; D'Vf 2 Ki7 M +; ;;as«. 5?vn cstr. Is53 3 ; pi. DTfll Dti 1315 ;— 1. a. /know, Z*aro <o &mom>, good and evil Gn 3 s2 (J), sq. T^NTiX 1 S 28 9 ; DJCT -iStpr? 2 S 24 s ; anything mj*»

S 20 39 ; ne««? ins i?t s6 Gn 36" (v. II. nx 
b), so v 8 ; 131J-P3 2 S15"; subj. God, knowing 

fowls if/50 11 ; way to wisdom Jb 28 23 , etc.; of bird of prey t3"U tyT t6 3-nj Jb 2 8 7 ; the price of wisdom Jb 28"; something future Tito DV Gn 27 2 (J); esp. sq. el. Gn 1 2 11 (J) I know tlwU thou art a woman of fair appearance, 2 2 12 (E), Eci 17 ; WT s6Gn28 16 ; answering qu. Where? without other obj., 4 9 (both J); sq. ace. + 3, in, in the matter of (v. 3 I 2 b) "i>33 ITOJJ VT tib Wl3 iK Ib|5 -Qit nNt 1 S 2 2 15 -% servant knoweth not of all this anything, little or much; sq. 3 (rare), gain knowledge of learn of or about, c. inf., 05^31 tfbfp&a Vinq Jb37 15 dost thou know about God's enjoining upon them 1 also c. subst. n&ll ^l?!? mfy &H Je 3 8 M let not a man know of these words ; similarly sq. •J?, only 3jpbpS!?-by Vinq Jb 37 16 dost thou know con- cerning the balancings of clouds 1 (in Jb 1 2 9 3 is instr., as Gn 15 8 ^4i 12 ); sq. JO, _ b» WTI isi D'Ksnisn 1 S 23- observe and get knowledge of all the hiding-places; but sq. obj. cl. +f? of source, *? T2*W 'WZ n 1Z + "9 ,M T-ong ago I gained knowledge out of thy testimonies that etc.; 8q.?,/«tt'e knowledge of fwlN? JHVT ^69" thou knowest my foolishness; esp. ^X 'a VT 1 ! ffliT and A« sAaZ? (</tow shah, etc.) ibw <Aa< / am Yahweh Ex 1 o 2 (R), 6 7 1 4 4 1 6 12 2 9 46 (all P), Ez 6 71013 + oft. in Ezek., 1 K 20 1328 ; sq. ace, which is really subj. of foil, cl., Gn 1 8 19 (J) / know him that he will, etc. 2 S f (Ges * m - '• »• e ). b. per- ceive Gn lg 33 ^^; obj. cl., inf. c. 3); with added idea of obsei-ving, taking note of, a place, ace. Ru 3 4 ; c. 3, ^s? JTns3 riyT ^ 31 8 (||"ns n»-). C. || i1N", imv. ilNll yT perceive and see 1 S 12 24 12 ; find out and discern 14 38 23^; in reverse order, lj)ll INT only 23 s3 (v. a supr.), Je 5 1 (v. Dr Sm ). — Vid. also g infr. d. discriminate, distinguish JTJp 3itrp3 jnxn 2S19 36 , cf. Dt i 39 (no J"3); Sbtinfb i3^p3 WT ^ Jon 4 11 they cannot distinguish between their right hand and their left. e. know by experience, "?33 DnyVl »? 03^33-^331 D333p Jos 2 3 14 (D) and know in all your hearts, and all your souls, that, etc. ; W

J?T Uarn to know Ho 13"; learn (a bitter lesson) Ho 9 7 Is 9 8 V'14 4 ; experience s vengeance Ez 2 5 14 J<-I4 4 (nb8.); quietness Jb20 20 . f. recog- nise, admit, acknowledge, confess Je 3 13 1 4 20 Is 59 12 ^ 51 s - g- consider t^BTTC WJ Ju 18 14 ; ||ntn, imv. ram jn, itm lyn, 2S24 13 iK2o ,J *; also *? 'na3i'"D5? njn^ Dt 8 5 and i/jow */iaZ< c<m- sider with {in) thy heart, that, 4 s9 . h. in' N? not know=not expect Is 47 11 ^ 35 s . 2. foiou< a person, he acquainted with Gn 29 s (J), Exi 8 (E), Jb 42 11 , know '"> 24 1 ; c. *6, obj. esp. other gods, strange land, etc.=have no knowledge of, or acquaintance with, have not heard of, esp. Dt Je:— Dt n 28 13"" 28" 29 s5 32 17 (poem), Je f 9" 14 18 16 13 17 4 19 4 22 s8 44 s ; pi act. acquaintanceship 3 ; tpt. pass, acquainted with »J»h ym. ni3K3p B*W Is 53 s (lit. known of sickness, v. Thes Ew Che Di Du) ; well-known (with implied trustworthiness) Dt i 1316 t; of beasts knowing owner and master's crib Is i 3 (cf. Je 8 7 ); esp. of knowing God ('<) ^TJ *6 /,- nK Ex 5 2 (J) ; involving intelligent worship, obedience, etc. Ju 2 10 1 S 2 12 (rd. 9V for MT VT, Dr), 3 7 Ho 2 M 8 2 5 4 Jb 18 21 f 79" (v. also njn 2 b); of God's knowing persons, etc., thoroughly Ho 5 3 Jb n 11 ; knowing the heart

K 8 39 2 Ch 6 30 ^ 139 4 ; knowing his true ser- 

vants, recognising and acknowledging them

S 7 20 Na 1 7 1 Ch i7 ,8 + ; D0f *pnyr Ex 33 12 

(JE); =take notice of, regard ^ I 6 31" 37 18 ; so of Isr. as chosen people Am 3 s Ho 1 3 s (As. ilu id&Su, Godregardeth him, Hpt BA8115 ) cf. Gn. i8 19 (J). 3. know a person carnally, of sexual intercourse, sq. ace: man subj. Gn 4 11725 24 16 3 8 26 (all J), 1 Si' 9 Ju 19 25 1K1 4 ; woman subj. Gn I9 8 (J), Nu 3 1 17 -' 836 (all P), Ju u 89 ; W n=T 32Bio Ju 2 1 11 ; 13T yzxkb e*k nyr vb v 12 ; tt — : * J tt -: •: • t:it man subj. and obj. (of sodomy) Gn 19 6 (J), Ju 19 22 . 4. a. know how to do a thing, be able to do it, oft. c. tb and sq. inf.: TriB^ tyT t6 nnb3 Am 3 10 they know not how to do right; tO Ti ""Vl, Je i 6 6 16 1 K 3 7 Ib56"-",c. P50 4 Ec io 16 ; "^J?? 5H T N. 5 Ec 4 13 £mom> no< how to be admon- ished^" know that); inf. abs."rin31 JTQ Dto JJT 31133 Is 7 1616 . h. be skilful in, esp. pt., sq. ace. Tt ¥f G» 25 s7 (J) **i'«erf m hunting; 1SD 0T skilled in a book, learned Is 29" 1212 ; as pi. cstr. ,| '! , p, 'JT!^ Am 5 16 knowers of lamentation, pro- fessional mourners ; D>n "5?*I* 1 K 9 s7 skilled in the sea, 2Ch8 ,s ; esp. sq. inf. JM 5?!' 1 S 16 18 sfe7?erf Ml playing, 1 K 5 20 2 Ch 2 6718 : f«» y^ 11333 1 S 1 6 10 knowing, (as) a player on the lyre (v. Dr). 5. abs. have knowledge, be wise: &?$ Ec 9 11 (|| tn^q, D<333); esp. have know- ledge of God and duty, or in practical affairs Is i 3 (|| pa), 56'°; oft. c. ace. cogn.: Wf Pr 17 27 30 3 ; HJSP Is2 9 24 Pr4' 2Ch2 ,s , cf. D-nyb nfa »yj* i Ch 12 33 (Baer), Est i 13 ; also pnj ffj ^Tf v 13 ; 5JTO , 'J ,, 3tD1 n$n_ Tf Dm 4 ; obj. na^?» b$0 2 Ch 2 11 (|| D3n |3); now roan p r i s (|| n;^ new pan); nosn p r 24 14 Ec 8 16 . ■fNiph.Pf. V?a Gn4i 21 + iot.; Vil) con- sec. 1 S 6 3 + 2 1.; 3 fs. njniil Lv 4 14 Is66 14 ', etc.; Impf. rt£ Gn 4 i 31 +iot,; 8$! p r io 9 ; JHJS Est 2 s2 ; 3 fs. yj ; n p r 14 s8 ; 2 fs. , yW | Eu 3 3 ; jnjMJ Ez20 5 ; 7«/. sf. fW! Je 3 i 19 ; Pi. *lfc jr 76 2 + 2 t.; — 1. 6e »»a<fe known, be or become known, of things Gn 41 31 (sq. 3), Ex 2 14 (both E), Lv 4 14 (P), Ju 16 9 2 S 17 19 Na 3 17 Zci4 7 (sq. ?). ^77 M 79'° ( S< 1- ?)> 88 " ( 8 1- ? )J of hand of * Is66 14 (sq. m); c." subj. cl. Ex 2 i 36 33 16 (both JE), Dt 21 1 iS6 3 (sq. p), 1 K18 36 Ez 3 6 32 (sq. p), Eu 3" Ec 6 10 Est 2 s52 (sq. [>); of pers., Pr 31 23 (sq. 3) Is 61 9 (sq. 3 and ^3); f '» V 76 2 (sq. 3); =6e revealed, discovered, of pers. 1 S 22 6 Je 2 8 9 Pr io 9 ; of things Ne 4 9 Pr 12 16 14 33 . 2. make oneself known, of pers., sq. ? Eu 3 3 , usu. of God ('■•) Ex 6 3 (P; || 'W *$$, Is 1 9 21 Ez 20', sq. '¥$ 3S 23 ; sq. "^K 20 9 ; sq. 3 35 + 4 8 4 ; without prep. 9 17 . 3. be perceived (pass, of Qal), of perception by the eye Gn 4i 21 (E), V' 74 6 . 4. be instructed (pass, of Hipli. ) Je 3 1 19 , in spiritual sense, through chastisement. tPi. Pf 2 ms. rij?^, only io'pO IPIE' nnyi" Jb 3 8 12 Kt; rd. with' Qr nne'n $qpg cause to know, sq. 2 ace; so ^ 104 19 ace. to Bae, who rds. JW, after Aq Symm. t Po. i 5 /. 1 s. Pl^li' 1 1 S 2 I s 7 /taw cawed to know, i.e. directed, sq. ace, but rd. W]8v or ^TSJ, fr. njr, so ©We Dr. t Vn.Pt. known nyT'D Is 1 2» Kt (Qr rqfJB v. Hoph.); elsewhere as subst. = acquaintance 'TO? ^ 55 H ; V VT r ? 2 K io 11 ; '•yTO ^ 88 9 Jb 19" (ll^ni?), ^88 19 (||3nk and $n); '$?>? f 31 13 , Kt JJTB Eu 2 1 (Qrinto q.v. infr.) tHiph. Pf. ynin ^ 9 8 2 ; *?r*fa Je 1 1 ,s ; "VT" 1 K i 27 +2 t.; riy^in Jb 26 3 , etc.; 7wip/. FT* ^io 3 7 I838 1 "; juss. VI* Nu 16 6 ; y~!*l Ju8 16 ; 13PHV Is 4 o 1314 ; 2 ms-yHi" Hb3 2 ; TIW ^16" 51 8 ; 1 s.yiiK ^8 9 2 Ez 3 9 7 ; njniN Pri^Iss 5 ; wni Jb 3 2 7 ; oriv Ez 44 23 ; nynij 1 s 14 12 ; Imv. nin Pr 9 9 +3 t. (Jnin f 9 o 12 ); sf. »sn*l Jb io 2 + 6 t, etc.; Inf. cstr. Tt^ 2 S 7 2, + 3 t.; jrp

njn rih i Ch 17"; ^"rin 1 S 28 ,s , etc.; Pt. Ijnto D118 19 ; DyHtoJei6 21 ; D'yHiD IS47 13 2CI123 13 ; — make known, declare, c. ace. rei Nu i6 5 (P), Ez 39 7 r Ch 17" Jb 26 3 V 8 9 2 9 8 2 106 8 ; obj. om. Hb 3 2 ; teach, c. ace. rei Jb 32'; sq. inf. jr 90 12 and (peculiarly) ?.?nj> 'D 2 Ch 23" i.e. fcrf iw praising; c. p pers. Pr 9'; c. ace. pers. IS40 13 Ju8 16 (but rd. Bhjl, v. Bh"i); woAe Amount, declare, c. ace. rei, + ? pers. Ex 1 8 20 Dt 4" Ne 8 12 9 U V78 6 103 7 I45 12 'ls38 19 64 1 ; c. cl. of thing, + ? pers. 1 S 10 8 ; make one know, c. cl. of thing and ace. (sf.) pers. Ex 33 12 Dt 8 3 1 S 6* 16 3 28 15 Jb io 2 37 19 ; c. ace. rei + sf. pers.TlS KJ »Jffn T^JS] I?!! Ex 33 13 (JE) make me, I pray, to know thy ways, that I may know thee; Je 1 6 21 Ez2o 4 22 2 43" is 40" (II nji innts^i, also v«  •OTJft Pr 22 21 Jb 13 s3 + 16" »5 4 (B , ?Tf^ v 14 (on inf. c. p v. Ges' U4 - iR:! - «"•), 39* 5 i 8 143 8 (I'SB^^n); ^pto ^nxtsn 33 *(||^f^"W ^ig); sq. 2 separate ace. Gn4i 39 (E), 1 S 14 12 Is 5 s EZ20" 16 2 Pr i 23 Dn 8 19 ; ace. pers. om. Ex 18 16 (E); ace. rei om. Jos i^— teach one (D), so Is 40 13 , 2 S 7 21 1 K i 27 ; =answer Jb38 2 40 7 42'; c. sf. pers., ace. rei om. Je n 18 16 21 Pr 22 19 ; sq. ace. rei + 3 V'77 15 thou hast made known thy might among tlie peoples, Isi2 4 1 Ch i8 8 = ^ 105 1 ; sq. cl. + 3 pers. Ho 5 9 ; sq. % teach the difference between, to discriminate between P? -linpp Kotsn Ez 2 2 26 ; +rf. per s. 4 4 23 (cf.Qal 1 d); sq. ft? partit. Wfc^ 1*B && }$ BfTto Is 47 13 who declare, at the new moons, of (the things') which are to come. tHoph. Pf. Vlin Lv 4 23 - 28 (v. Ko 1 ' 427 ); Ft. nyniD Q r Is i2 5 (>Kt ryvty;-made known (Pt.) Qr Is 1 2 5 let this be made known in (3) all the earth ( > Kt Pu. Pt. which is not else- where in this sense); sq. VpK if his sin be made known unto himself Lv4 23,28 (P). tHithp. Impf. WlK Nu 12 6 (E), sq. - ^ make oneself known to, of r < ; Inf. vN ywin Gn 45 1 (E), of Joseph. Tjnj n.pr.m. (Sab. JTT, epith. of king, the knowing, shrewd one Mordt 2 " 01876, ") — a man of Judah 1 Ch 2 28 [irv), v 32 . T L3^"^Tj »•[»•] knowledge, opinion (late) — only sf. Vjn Jb32 6 + 3t.,and pi. Vfi 3 -j K ■ all in speech of Elihu. 1. knowledge, "1 D'On Jb37 16 one perfect in knowledge (of God). 2. judg- ment, opinion Jb36 3 ; 'JH rtn 32 s to declare my opinion, so v 1017 . tity' 1 ! n.f. knowledge (strictly Inf. of y-p) — n V^V73"+3 t.; pi. 1*3 1 S 2 3 Jb 3 6 4 ;— '1 tfVn Jb 3 6 4 (of Elihu); of God's knowledge, H 7ft 1 S 2 1 « God of knowledge is (on pi. v. Dr); p'pya njn it* ^ 73 11 (|| bx-yT nrw) ; knowledge, with as obj. Is 1 1 9 (where verbal force of noun appears) ; as taught by proph. Is 28 s ; ^3f ni njn Danx yrn j e 3 16 of v s shepherds (i.e. future ideal rulers). Gr prop, (plausibly) njn, after ©, v. also Gie. tnSH n.f. * im - e D " 12 ' 4 (m. Pr2 w 14 6 , poss. Jb 33 3 Ew" 7 ") knowledge (prop. Inf., which appears, clearly Gn 2 91 ' Je 22 16 ) — abs. fijn Gn 2 ' + 35f-; n 5£ Jos20 3 +35 t.; cstr. ny^_ Nu 24 ,6 + 10 t.; sf. Vflfl Pr22 i; ; ^V^. Jb io 7 ; IfcqT? Is47 10 ; taf! 1^3" Is 53"; Dany-n Jbi 3 2 ; Dnyi Is44 25 ; — 1. a. knowledge, perception in phrase /%1 y33 Dt 4 42 'as unintentionally, 19 4 Jos 20 3 (where P's synonym is naa^3 v 3 - 9 , cf. NU35 1115 ), v 6 ; without knowing *1 y3t? Is 5 13 ( = before they knew it, suddenly). b. = s£i'W (in work- manship) EX31 3 35 31 (both P; both || n:l3H and niMPl), 1 K7 14 (sq. inf.); creative skill Is 40 14 ( || BBt^D Tflk, rWttn Ifj-J). c. of proph. know- ledge p^V 1 3?? Nu 24 16 (JE), cf. f 19 3 . d. esp. knowledge with moral quality Gn 2 917 (J ; in both verbal force, JH1 3iD 'in </(e knowing good and evil), e. knowledge possessed by God Jbio 7 f 139 6 Pr 3 20 (|| noan and fUUO), 2 i 12 ; taught by God to men ^94'° 1 19 66 (||D$JB 31B), Pr 2 6 ( || njOlj and noan). f . mn-nyn = ^ (unreal) knowledge Jb 1 5 2 . 2. esp. in WisdLt = discernment, understanding, wisdom: a. Jb

2 33 s (tNflf "'). n sn 3 «^ Jl> 34 s5 (II noan), Pr 

8 910 (|| 1WD), io 14 11 9 18 1515 22 12 2 9 7 , cf. Is 3 2 4 53" Je io ,4 = 5 i 17 ; njn ♦baa Jb 35 16 36 12 ; 't ^3 3 8 2 42 3 , "I N73 p r 19*; || OJOFI Pr 17 s7 Is 44"; 'n + noan Pr 24 4 , || nan? p r i 4 s 2 ; nisna "1 8 12 ; || vb. Qiy 19 25 ; II niysta 22 20 ; |pD» 1 2 1 19 27 23' 2 ; || n-jin Mai 2 7 ; || noan Pr 1 4 6 EcV 6 - 18 2 21 - 26 7 12 9 10 ; connected with Dan Pr 21 11 Ec 12 9 ; D'OannaT Pr22 17 ;Is33 6 (nDan)Is44 25 (D'oan); wisdom of magicians 47 10 Dn i 4 (|| ncan a „d yTO). b. in highest sense, knowledge of God (incl. obedience) H04 16 (njnO ^3») )V 6 6 6 Jb2i"Pr2 6 (||'inNT), so Is 1 1 2 58 2 Je 22 16 (verbal force, c. ace.), Pr 9 1 " (OHshp 'I, || riKii), 30 3 (id., || noan); v . also 'n nnrtn ^ nsT 1 7 (|pwo noan), v 22 - 29 (|| ^ njr}^), 2 '° ( || noan). c . opp. nJ«M ft 1 2^ 1 3 16 1 4 18 1 5= rrsrn cf. v 7 , also v H . d. "T-neV Pr 14 7 20 15 ; *1 e*K 24 s (|| D3n 133).— Dn 12* is dub.; ® Bev rd. nSnn nairn. tiTVT n.pr.m. (Sab. n.pr. b^W DHM zxo «»».«») priestly name ;— 1. 1 Ch 9 " © (Avf)i8eia. (l)«S8ova, IainSf . ® Icontff, Ezr 2 s6 Ne 7 39 © UovSa, . Ne II 10 I2 619 ® Aa8«a, IaSiat, iSfiar, etc. 4. Ne I 2 7 ' 2 ' ©L QSouias. . Zc 6 10 ' 14 © (napa) rav iirtyvaKOTav avrTjV. tyiT n.pr.m. 1. a chief of the people, one of those sealed Ne io 22 ®L U&Sova. 2. a priest, prob. the high priest in time of Alexander the Great Ne 1 2 11 - 22 © la8ov, ®L itSSou (whence Lag BN,,3 rds. JW). t^yH n.pr.m. (Palm, b^T DHM in MV^cf. Sab. n.pr. with JTT DHM 2 " 01875612 )— . a Benjamite 1 Ch7 610 ", © A8«-,X, I<8«,X, etc. . one of David's heroes ace. to 1 Ch 1 i 4B appar. =the Manassite captain of 12 21 (Baer; van d. H v 20 ), © Ear), Uiir]. 3. a Korahite porter 1 Ch 2 6 2 © l&tptjk, U8trj. t bmV] n.pr.m. a Gadite, Nu 1 " 7 42 - 47 1 o 20 , but © in all Payovr,, so Sam @; =bw5ri Nu 2", where, however, 25 and Heb. Codd. '" (all P) ; v. further sub nyn. t^D^T n.m. familiar spirit (prop, either as knowing, wise (acquainted with secrets of unseen world), 'E-wvielwisserisch; or as intimate acquaintance of soothsayer, v. RS '""<*•«»■») — abs. , 35J' : !:Dti8 1, + 2t.; pl.D'3'V^ iS28 3 +6t.; !» 'iirw '1 S 28*, rd. IP tP&fQ (v. © Th We Klo Dr) ; familiar spirit, always || aiK, Di3X iS 2 8 3 - 9 Is8 19 i9 8 2K2i 6 (nisntj'j;; ||^n?, !?>') = 2 Ch 33 6 , 2 K 2 3 24 Lv 19 31 20 627 (all H ; on last two cf. Acts i6 16 and Dr™ 18 - 11 ), Dti8" (||3iK + D , rrarri>N enM). tjTTiO, STtfo n.m. kinsman, j> JW Bu 2 1 Kt, but Qr yiiO a kinsman of her husband ; fig. K*!Pn flfsb. V"jb Pr f a kinsman shall thou call understanding (||«K "nhs fflOanb tbK). tfny^lbln.f. kindred, kinship— sg. sf. Wrijnb Ku 3 2 is not Boaz (of) our kindred 1 tjTTO n.m. 2ch1 - 12 knowledge, thought (late);Vro 2 Chi 10 4- 4+*.; IJHt? Ecio 20 ;— 1. knowledge (|| nDan) f Solomon, 2CI) i 101U2 Dni 4 (|| neari and njn), v 7 (11^3'fn). 2. ^Zace 0/ knowledge, mind, (in our idiom also) thought Ec io 20 .

an nn 

VTO and (K ' 1M9) JHO adv. wherefore 1 - - 61 - - (prob. contr. from yiJTID what being known ? i.e. from what motive ? so Ges Ew* 3261 ' 01 5222f , cf. in Gk. ti fiaBav ;) — wherefore 1 on what account? Gn 26" ^K DriN3 STO, 4° 7 Ex I 18 2 18 3 3 (in an indirect question), 5 14 18" Lvio 17 Jos 1 7 14 (all in Hex), Ju tf*™ 2 S 3 7 11 10 etc., Is 5 4 50 2 63 2 (all in Is.); in Jen 16 t., oft. rhetorically, after a double question introduced by ON ... n, expressing affected surprise : 1 2 14 (v. Gf ) is Israel a slave (unable to defend himself) 1 ! where- fore, then, is he become a prey 1 (some other cause must therefore be found for Israel's mis- fortune), v 31 8 519 - 22 14 19 22* 49 1 , cf. 30 6 ; Jb 3 12 1 8 8 (never in ^). rr n.pr.dei, v. sub nin p. 219b supr. tprP] vb. give (Aram. 3SJ), 00J; At. C^y, Eth.tDUfl: Sab. am DHM ZMa "' 5j876 - 614t 3n , l,, id">-"»)_ nly Qal Imv. 3H Pr 30 1616 ; emph. nan Gn n 3 + 10 t. (6 t. sq. monosyll.); nan Gn 29 21 before gutt. (Di on Gn 28 s Kb 1 - 418 ), fs. an Eu 3 15 ; mpl. ianGn47 16 +i6t.; ^an Jb6 22 (on these forms v. also Sta* 606 ' Bo 1 ' 225 Ges* 69 - 2 ' 8 - 2 );— 1. give, sq. ace. Gn2g 21 (E) give (me) my wife, 47 16 (J), BU3 15 Zc 11" (price); of giving (i.e. causing to come forth, in deciding by lot) Urim and Thummim 1 S 14 4141 (©We Dr,v.B*T»»); sq.acc.rei-r^ Gn3o'(E), Jui 15 ; ace. rei + «b Gn 4 7 15 (J), ^6o 13 =io8 13 ; "b UH Jb 6 22 (no ace. expr.); abs. an 1 an p r 30 16 . 2. =set, sq. ace. (Uriah) + ncribfin ^ bwbx 2 S 11 15 set Uriah in the fore-front of the battle. 3. with reflex, p (v. b, 5 h)=provide, c. ace. Dnaan Df'js Dab OH Dt i 13 ; Jos 18 4 (JE), Ju 20 7 2 S 16 20 . 4. ascribe glory, etc., to (God): c. b maa ^2 9 11!! =96"- 8 =iChi6 28 - 28 - 29 ; 13WKb ini 'n Dt 32 s (poem) ascribe greatness to our God. 5. =come now (orig. grant, permit), before voluntat. : Gn 1 i 34 ' 7 38 16 (all J), Exi 10 (E). t [i!~P] n.[m.] lot(as that which isgiven) — lam ") by TjJ^n ^ 55 23 easi o» '< thy lot (the care, anxiety, etc. which are thy portion ; cf. /1 "75? ?ia -n*37 5 )- t [inin] n.m. gift (? on form, then comp. NXNV Ges S84b,1,, ; but mng. (and -/)dub.; poss. fr. NH anan roast, Levy NHWB '• « 7b )— only pi. sf. : inai* 'anah ^naT Ho 8 13 as the sacrifices of my TPP

-vtp . JUL ill, 1883. 61 tl. gifts ( = my sacrificial gifts, so Che) they sacri- fice flesh. [irr] vb. v. sub rrjvr infr. ^"TT.i fl 3 n.pr.m. v.aub mn p. 2 1 3 a supr. TlIT n.pr.loc. in Dan, Jos i9 45 ;=mod. Ye- hildiyeh, 8m.E.of Joppa, and I J h.[r;Jm.]W.of N. fr.Lydda, Survey" 258 Guerin' 1 " 1 *"- 322 ; A lov6, @L [l]oi;8 (on form of name Jastr comp. Ta-u-du, Tel el-Amarna N0,39 ). lPT, n.pr. cpd. with, v. sub m!T supr. pp. 219 ff. N1i"P n.pr.m. v. sub mrV supr. p. 219. i-n^n n.pr.m. et terr. Judah (treated Gn 29 s5 49 8 (q. v. infr.) as if der. fr. Hoph. of Ty-=praised, object of jrraise (on n cf. Hiph.

  • 3NS+a8 7 , rtfff Ne 11 17 ), but this dubious;

relation to THV 11. JV"WV unexpl.; v. further Jastr' 81 ""' 1893 -"*-; As. Ia-u-du, of land; Ia-u- da-ai, Judaean COT G1 °") — I. n.pr.m. 1. son of Jacob and Leah, expl. by Leah's words I will praise ** Gn 2 9 s5 (J); cf. Jacob's prediction, thy brethren sluill praise thee Gn 49 s (poem in JE), see alsov 910 ; elsewh. Gn37 26 38' + 14 1. Gn38, 43 3 - 8 44 141618 46 28 (all J), 35*(P), iCh 2 1 - 3 Eu4 12 ; iTWV ^3 Mw « of Judah Gn 4 6' 2 Nu 26 19 (P), 1 Ch 2 3 - 4 4 1 . 2. tribe descended from Judah Dt33 7 (poem), Nui 7 (P), Dt27 12 +; SW »J| Nu i 26 (P), Josi 4 6 (D), Ju i 8 + ; BTW 035? Jos

16 (J), 1 K 12 20 2 K 17 18 V<- 7s 68 ; rnw »ja neo 

Jos is 1 - 2021 2i 9 (all P), 1 Ch 6 60 ; elsewhere HBO ffW Ex 3 i 2 35 30 3 8 22 Nu i 27 7 12 13 6 34 19 J0S7 118 2 1 4 (all P); r»W B*K Ju i5 10 + ; miff *b* 2 S 2 4 + , (cf. ameMti [sabf Ia-u-du Tel el-Amarna H<, - !B Jastr 381 - 1 " 1893 - 64 ). 3. nation, of southern kingdom under dynasty of David, as distin- guished from northern kingdom of Ephraim or Israel: Ho4 15 Je2 28 2Chi2 12 + ; of the returned exiles Ne 4 4 ; Ifflff DJ? 2 K i 4 2l =2 Ch 26 1 , Je 25 12 Ezr4 4 ; HW V. 3 Ho 2 2 Je 7 30 2 Chi 3 18 25 12 28 10 ; ntl.T n»8 Hoi 7 Je 3 18 Ez4 6 + ; DttjjD IflW 2 Chi i 17 ; personified," 1 ns La I 16 2 9 - 6 . 4. Levite, Ezra's time, Ezr io 23 . 5. an over- seer of Jerus. Ne n 9 . 6. Levite musician Ne 12 8 . 7. priest Ne 12 36 . II. n.pr .terr. land of Judah, f. Is 7 6 Je 23 6 =33 16 , J04 30 ^ii4 2 +; l*W P« 1S22 6 2K.2 3 24 +; min'nDlNlsi 9 17 ; rnin y 2S2' 1K12 17 2Ki8 13 23 6 - 8 Is4o 9 44 26 Zei u ^6g x La 5 11 ; elsewhere 15 t. Chr., 23 t. Jer.; flin'a Jui5 9 +; rrm*o iK^'+i nwin tiw uu- country of Judah Josn 21 (D), 20" 2i ll (P), 2CI127 4 ; mirr 323 the south (country) of Judah

s 27 10 2 s 24 7 ; rrvrr "aio Ju i 16 ^63' (title). 

tt , *rt!T adj. gent. Jewish, as subst. a jew;— adj.m. , Tn^ , *< ZcS 23 ; pi. B*TttJ D'Btojj Jewish men Je 43" Est 2 5 ; as subst. J«34 9 Est 3 4 ; HWn </t« J«u< Est 5 13 6 10 8 7 9 2931 io 3 ; /. nnrvn the Jewess 1 CI14 18 ; pi. Jews B*TW Je S^ 28 ^; Dnirvri the Jews 2 K 16 6 25 s5 Je 32 12 38 19 40 llia 41 3 44 1 Ne i 2 2 16 3 s3 - 34 4" 5 1 - 817 6 6 13 23 Est 3 61013 .3.13.14.16 £13 £3.5.8.9.9.11.16.17.17 „1. 1.2.3.5.6.10.12.13.16.19.20.22.23. .M.26.27.28.30 IQ 3. cpnirpn Est 4 7 8 1 - 713 9 1618 . |i. TVtJWI* adj. gent., f. of foregoing, but only as adv. in Jewish = in the Jewish language

K i8 26 - 28 =Is 3 6 1U3 =2 Ch 3 2 18 ; Ne 13 24 . 

f 11. v TirP n.pr.m. officer of Jehoiakim Je 36 14 - 21 - 21 - 23 , ® IovSti' (perh. orig. appell. Jewish, of one not so by ancestry, v. Gf Gie). fn.n'nVT n.pr.f. (relation to foregoing names obscure) — wife of Esau Gn 2 6 M , daughter of n«a the Hittite(not named Gn 36 1 ) ; ® ioufi.v. t[-trP] vb.denom. Hithp. become a Jew — only pt. D ,- ljTrrt? Est 8 17 many of the people of the land were becoming Jews. miT n.pr.dei, v. sub mn p. 2 1 7 ff. T3^!"P n.pr.m. v. sub JVlfC p. 220 supr. 'NvvJT v. sub 11. 77H p. 239 b supr. ?L?2 v. sub D7H p. 240 11 supr. Fll (•/ of foil.; Ar.^^ij break,split; valide calcavit; ULal terra depressa et rotunda. yrP, !"l2rP n.pr.loc. in Moab, site un- known (MI 19 * 1 }»,t)— yrf Is 15 4 J6 48 34 ; c. n loc. ^?'"1t i on border of territory of Amorites (under Sihon) Nu 2 1 23 Dt 2 32 ; also HS.T3 Ju 1 1 20 ; called nsrr Jos 13 18 (assigned to Reuben); njfiV 1 Ch 6 ra (Lev-it. city in Reuben), Je 48 21 . IIT (-/of foil.; cf. NH -W Hithp. sliew oneself haughty, adj. "HJJ ; Aram. *W Pa. be haughty, adj. ^JV ; cf. Ar J°'° be insaneY t-Vrr adj. proud, haughty, }»!? W "Q iD^ Pr 2 1 24 a jiresumpituous man, (who is) haughty, scoffer is his name ( + P*1T 1113^3 HC^l?); rw xh i^n" 1 133 Hb 2 s . 398 DV i" 1 = ii"P n.pr. cpd. with, v. sub mrv supr. p. 222 :— viz. 3KV, flNV, TPIKV, 5nJj> ( B>KV, p:VV, &T# 3^, IF, B^, D*E*, BTV, Cl C , ^> etc T^V n.pr.nt. son of Issachar Gn 46 1S , but rd. rather 3W* as Sam. Nu 26" 1 Ch 7 1 (Qr) <S 01 al. ; © la<rov<f>, @L 1<wov0. rav n.pr. v. 33 1 - ; ^, b?v v . b». tNnVn.pr.m.(y&mng.dub.; ?=nNV)— 1. a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 16 . 2. one of David's heroes 1 Ch 1 i 45 . ntOI" 1 = TlW q.v. sub riBJ. T T ■■. y^ n.pr.m. v. ??V? sub nW supr. p. 220. Di 285 n.m. GnM day (NH id,; Aram. NOV, LicJ; Ph. D»; MI 5 JC, sf.'D' l. 6 ' 933 , pl.cstr.^ I. 8 , sf. 3 ms. nD' l. 8 ; SI 3 0* ; Zinj. DV DHM fiends,!h - Gl0M ; Palm. DV Vog No - 1!S »- 0l0 "-'"'; Ar. *jj ; Eth. £?»: Sab. DV, D' Mordt ZMQ,876 ' s , HDV DHM ZMG1883 ' 328 SabDenkm 61 ; Ks.ummu,4mu C0T Gl0M ; deriv. unknown ; on /and relation of DV to Ph. DO 1 , Aram. DON U^cu^, v. N6 ZMG1S86 - 721 Ba™ 01887 ' 632 ') — DVabs. Gni 5 + ; cstr.Gn2 4 + ; sf.^pV Je5o 31 ; i»V Ex5 13 +22t,; DOV Je5o 27 Ez'21 34 ; du. fDW Ex 2 1 21 ; Oyft Ex 1 6 29 Nun 19 ; D?p* 9"; EPO' Ho 6 2 t; pi. «WPJ Gn 4 3 + ; DOJ Nu 6 5 ; f^ (Aram, form; Ges* 87 ' 1 *) Dni2 13 ; HOW D^DJD Exi 3 ,0 +4t.; cstr. WGn 3 14 + ; trm?.Dt 3 2 7

  • 9 o I5 t; sf. "O; Jb7 6 + 9 t.; W Gn 2 9 21 + 8 t.;

U'p^ Je35 8 +7 t., etc.; — 1. day, opp. night, Gn 7 412 8 s2 (all J). 3i 3940 (E). Ex 24 18 34 s8 Nu n 32 - 32 Jos 10" (all JE), Dt 9 9 " 1825 io'°(D), Gn j5.i4-w.i8 ( P ) ; x g 30 i2 Ju I98 .9.9.n Am 5 8 1 K 8 29 i 9 8 Ne 4 16 Ec8 16 ; || E*Of rrtfi3 "isf? 2 S3 35 ;" n Dh Gn 1 8 1 (J) the heat of the day 1 S 1 1 u 2 S 4 6 ; 1iV Piia n Gn 2 9 7 (J) the day is still high, not near its end ; "n r?n fcool of the day; ~iy -lixrrfp "H JVXnp Ne 8 3 from dawn until mid-day; so also prob. of mid-day C^n jispy TIKI T>in P r 4 18 growing lighter and lighter until the full day; note phr. in Ju i 9 , "n niO:"jy Jui 9 8 wn<t7 </te declining of the day; 3hj?? "A nan v 9 </te day Aa<A sunk down to become evening ; "n 1Un v 9 «/j« declining of the day; 1ND tj *n v" ifo day Aas gone down exceedingly (is far spent). . Day as division of time: A. working-day Ex2O 910 (E)=Dt5 13 , Ex i6 26!,0S0 (J), 2 3 12 (JE), 3 i li (P), Lv2 3 3 (H); nb>pn "V Ez 4 6'. b. SQl Eft a day's journey Nuii 31 ' 31 (JE), 1 Ki 9 4 ;^>np 1HK DV Jon 3 4 ; DW DB'i'B' TO a three days' journey Gn 3 o M Ex 3" 5 « S 23 (all J), Nu 10 3333 (JE), 33 8 (P); EW H3*V ^np Jon 3 3 ; so seven days' journey Gn 31 23 (E), 2 K 3"; without Tfl etc., CM?} ns6# Ex 15 22 (E) they went three days, etc. c. to denote duration of various other acts or states : seven days Gn 7 410 8 1012 ; forty days f 8 6 (all J); 150 days ^ 8 3 (both P),

S 25 s8 1 K & iM Je 42 7 Ez 4 66 1 Ch 9 25 Ezr 6 M 

Est i 4 etc. In Est 4 16 1 & 2 are combined : DV1 nW tf& Ttlfcy W^rr^Kl do not eat and do not drink for three days, night or day (v. Zc 1 4 7 sub 3 infr.) d. day as defined by evening and morning Gn i'*"-»-«J" (all P; c f. further T|*, n-Jj;); v. also 2 2 - 23 (P), Ex 20 ,,U (E), 32 17,7 (P). e. day of month (c. num. ordin.), chiefly P and late: Gn 7 11 8 414 Ex 1 2 61818 + , 1 K 1 2 s2 - 33 Ez 45 2125 Zci 7 Hgi ,1518 2Ch2 9 17 - ,7 Ezr 3 6 Ne8V Dnio 4 Est3 12 9 ' + ; (DV oft. om. e.g. Gn 8 513 Ex 12 10

K 25 13 Ez i 1 - 2 Hg 2 120 Zc 7 1 2 Ch 3 2 Ezr 6 19 

Est 3 13 , etc.) f. Cft defined by subst., inf., or other el.: (1) cstr. 37^11 DV = «A« snowy day 2 S 2 3 20 = 1 Ch 1 1 22 ; ^"!5D DV Pr 27 15 = rainy d. ; n-Ji5 DV 2 5 20 = cold d. ; (so, = time ,| rn T ? Dr Gn 35 3 (E) d. of my distress; Je 18 1 ' La i 7 Pr 24 10 25 19 27 10 ); iniD DV etc. Ju 13 7 2 S 6 s3 2 K 15 5 + oft.; cf. njri3-n? n^n DV Gn4O 20 (E) = Pharaoh's birthday; n")^n DV3 Ho 2 5 cf. Ec 7 1 (v. also 7 d infr.; cf. iov' Jb 3'), njnn DV Ct 3 11 ; of day emphat.characterized by proph. and others roup* npwpi npsnp DV Is 2 2 5 (v. npwp sub Din);' nswi iinaini nnSDV 3 7 3 =2Ki 9 3 ; on the other hand 'v 112H DV Is 58 s a day of accepta- bleness to «■; pi. sq. subst.l , 3?' 'P^ Lv 25 50 (H) the days of an hireling; (03^0) ^ LV8 33 Nu6 13 ; sq. rel. cl. , ? r n^'~f'N tiff 13 W^"^ Di'n TON '131 ^BN Je 20 14 cf. Jb 3 3 ; also + 1 1 8 24 (v. i). g. particular days defined by n.pr.loc. : •' x J?ir. EV Ho 2 2 i. e. of judgment, with implied restoration; v. also Is 9 3 Ez 30 9 ; ny3?n >p> Ho 9 9 io 9 , i. e. of the outrage at Gibeah (Ju ic,^"); D^BhT DV ^i37 7 i.e. of Jerusalem's calamity, cf. JeSo 2731 . h. c. sf., thy, his, or their day, in sense of (1) day of disaster or death : tipv N3 Je 50 31 thy day has come; npj &V IDV'iN 1 S 26 10 ; 1»V in this sense also Ez 21 30 ^37" Jb 18 20 ; t«3 DDV Je 50 27 Ez 2 1 34 . i. specif, a holy day : DV n3t$»n tlie sabbath day (v. also JIBB*), Ex 20 811 (E) = bt5 ,215 ,Ex 3 i 15 35 3 + ;= , fir? B?P Is 5 8 13 ; repetition fiaB'n DV3 DilK'n DV3 Lv 24 s every sabbath day; also tO n ?? n W Lv 23 s7 25 s ; Dnss dv 23 s8 ; D^csn dv Nu 28 s6 ; «an DV ^8i 4 ; yiS'P DV H07 5 ; also of false gods, ♦£ D^ysn 2".' oy>

uv "- 18 I S 25 ,.1.1.6.16 g! ,14.17 V'39 5 ' 6 90 9 - 10 - . 1 Di 1 day of Yahweh, chiefly as time of his coming in judgment, involving often blessedness for righteous (v. RS Proph - ! * ,t Dr I,S8 ); Am5 1818i »Is2 12 13 69 Zpi 7 (cf.v 8 ),v 1414 (cf.v 15 " i )' Je 4 6"> Ez 13 5 30 s (cf. 36 s3 39 81113 ), Ob » Zc 14 1 Mai 3 s3 (cf. Zc 14 7 Mai 3 «-'7.».».«i) > Jo i 15 2 111 (cf. v 2 - 2 ), 3 4 4"; *■ *%& o> z P i M ; n-py dV p r n 4 ; i3K pnn DVIsi 3 13 Lai 12 ; D$ DV is 3 4 8 6i 2 6 3 4 ; n»^ DV j e 46'°; * f)N tf' Z P 2 2 - 3 La2 M ; iSK Di* La 2 1 ; cf. also ZCI4 7 (where senses of 1 and 2 are combined, cf. Est4 16 2 c supr.); ~DV iTril C$&»6] Di< Hb *!> Vfi> M»1 nn« to tfiere «ta# 6e one day, known shall it be of ' not day and not night; cf. also Ninn DIM 7 g infr. . PL a*ay« of any one : a. = his life, his age Gn 6 3 (J), Dt 22 1929 2 3 7 Jos 24 3131 (D), Ju etc.; Gn 5 4811 9 29 n" (all P), Jb 14 103 15 ; T?.D "9^? Gn 3"" (J), f 23 s , so Pr 31 12 ; D«n "JE* *g| 2 S 19 35 Gn25 7 47 s - 9 (all P); )*$} W Ecs 1719 ; Vff n?J 6 s ; «»ntojp> 'd; ^ 9 o 10 ; Dn s n «§j -bdd Ec V 3 ; Vbdd m?5, ".0 '») 6 12 the number of the days of the years of his vanity, i.e. his empty, fleeting years; ncnxn 'jsrby d^n on-iete mrb 1 K 8 40 ; Q-31 D"J?; Jong &/« j K 3 '> = 2 Ch i» ; T D<»>3 K3 advanced in days = of advanced age Gni8 u 24 1 (both J), Jos I3"(JE), 2 3 1 ' 2 (D), 1 K i 1 ; WO

K i 6 /rom Ai» (earliest) days, so I'BJD 1 S 

25^ (v. Dr), Jb 38 12 ; W Wb Jb 42 17 ik 8 40 ; TO l«1N! Ex 20 12 (JE) (Aa* % rfays may 6e long = J)t5 ,e , v. further "px; ^-"D^y D^ «Tpin ^ 6 1 7 i.e. prolong the king's life ; outlive is nns mj; Tpgn j os 24 3 ' (D), J U 2 7 ; D'»; tj-ik D^n nbfft Pr 3 2 feno^/i of days and years of life; D*?; IRk v 16 ; 1N31 ^o;3 Dt 33* according to (the length of) iAy Zi/e *A<d/ 6e [thy strength 1 rd. 1K31?] v. Di VB; rarely sg. e.g. Di' VlB'p Jb 30 25 one hard of day, i.e. whose day ( = life) was hard ; of life as approaching its end, m$ to"** ^ «TW Gn 47 s9 (J) and ffe day* of Israel drew near for dying, soDt3i 14 1 K 2 1 (cf. Jb 7 616 8 9 Ec 2 3 siipr.) b. (in) the days of (i.e. life-time, reign, or activity of) Gn io 25 (J), I4 1 JU5 6 ' 6 8 28 2S2I' lKl6 34 2t 29 - 29 22 47 2K20 19

Ch 1 3 20 35 18 + oft. (so MI "«-). c. hence 

in phr. ? Dn?' T n *T3^ 1SD 1 K I4 1929 + 3i t. K, Ne 12 s Est2 23 io 2 ;'DWri n:n -apt? j Ch 27 s4 ; owi n:n Dlfl*Dp ibd Est 6 1 . . Days: a. indef.: D'ins D'DJ some days, a few days iGn 21" (J), 29 20 (E), Dnn 20 ; DW alone 40 4 (E) they were days (a certain time) in the prison iKi-j 1 ' Ne I 4 ; D^J i>W Is 6s M a suckling of (a few) day*; D'DJO Ju n 4 a/to- a ft'me, 1 5 1 ; so W J»i?D Gn 4 3 ( J^er </<e end 0/ day*, 1 K 1 7 7 ; DV?i' iK Di' Ex 2 1" ( JE) a day o»- two. -nCJ? IK D'DJ Gn 2 4 36 (J) some days, or ten (days or a dekad ; on question of txt. v. Di). b. of long time, BJtf HJ iX D-DJ HJ 1 S 2 9 3 these days or tliese years; D^ IX bin iK D^D ; IS Nu 9 K (P) whether two days or a month or days (an indefinitely long period); B*?! D'DJ niany day* Gn 2 1 34 (JE) 37 s4 (J) + ; '131 D'Ojn 0TJ3 Gn 38 12 (J)and <Ae days weremulti2>lied( = time passed) and Judah's wife died, 1 S 7 2 ; COjn DB> i^ OT«  Gn 26 s (J)the days werelong to him there=hehad been there a long time; Can CD} . . . fjjjn tpsna Nu 9 19 (P) when the cloud 'prolonged many days (remained a long time) upon the tabern. — Vid. also 6 infr. c. days of old, former or ancient times (esp. of early period of Isr. hist.) : JliD? ob]l Dt32 7 (poem); tibSV ^ Mi 5 1 7 14 Is 63 911 ; B'K'CJMiT*'; txjj&BM%i!f 143*; £tW D*3fc%rjn Ec 7 10 ; coming days Dljffln D'Ojn Ec 2 16 ; coming time pinx Di' Pr3i 25 ; esp. rnnK(n) D'Djn v. p. 31 supr.; ?&? y^b Dn 12 13 . . Di , =<tJ«e; a. vividly in gen. sense (v. also 5 supr.) : time of harvest Pr 25 13 ; usu. 'C Gn 30' 4 (J), Jos 3 15 Nu 1 3 20 - 20 (alI JE), Ju 1 5 1 2 S 2 1 9 ; jrroper time for paying wages Dt24 15 cf. Jb 14 6 ; time of parturition Tnbb n"D; «bpjlGn 25 24 . b. appos. to other expr. of time (Dr' 192a, Da 8j1 "' t 2 *") : D'OJ Vhp a month of time Gn 29 14 (J; lit. a month, time), Nun 2021 (JE); =D , p; FHJ Dt2i 13 2 K 15 13 ; WW nyanx D^p> J u i 9 2 time, four TOon</i*(siveral.,v. 1S27 7 ); tD , 'P' OTl3B'(}'j3t Gn 4 1 ' (E) too year* (0/) ii'me, 2 S 1 3 s3 1 4 s8 Je

3.n . D , D , q^ r^ Dn iq2 .3 </tree wgafcs ( jj 

time. c. pi. in specific sense, appar. =year, lit. B*95 1 S 27 7 Lv 25 M (H); D^ Ju 17 10 ; H3J Q'ojn j s i 21 2 19 20 6 ; cenn njanw B^ 2 7 7 = a year and four months (cf. Ju 19 2 supr. b); np , DJ awn=from year to year, yearly Ex 13' (JE), Jun^cf. vb), 2i 19 1 s i 3 2 19 ; any f$o D"0^ 2 S 14 26 ; D'DjiS B>7.h is D?p' Nu 9 s2 (P); distrib. Nu I4 MJ *(P), EZ4 66 ; D^D'O B^jjl W B3f> D'p;i) i-i?n n«y npi a Ch 21 "and t/e^M to ^)a** at days from days ( = after some days) even about the time of the outgoing of the end of two (series of) days (i.e. prob. years, v. Be). . Phrases, without prep, and with, are: a. (1) Qi*n= to-day Gn4 14 3 i 43 - 48 Exi3 4 (JE) + oft. ; opp. ?ion yesterday Ex 5 14 1 S 20 27 ; opp.ino □V Ex 19 10 ; (2)t" l 0? 0^(?) = to-morrow Gn 30 s3 Is 56 12 Pr 27 1 ; (3) »^J DV + 90 4 ; (4) 1*0 Dn?»n ns6?> 1 8 9 s0 </»«« days agro (v. Dr); = n^?f Di»n' 1 S 30"; t(5) D? Ju 13 10 a PP ar - =the other day (v. Be); (6) in« tf» no prep.,em- phat.=m one day, Gn 27 45 IS9 13 ; c. 3 io 17 47 9 ; for, during, one day Gn 33" Nu 1 1 19 ; unemphat., ow day (=some day) 1 S 27'; »J»? TOf DV 9 ,s <m« day, before Saul came. tb. ~ Ei'n *0P and t/te day came, that (or wAem) iSi'(v. Dr), 2 Ki 111 -" Jb i 613 2 1 . c. Q'NS DW nan lol days are coming, when, etc. ; esp. in Am Je : 1 S 2 31 Am 4 2 8" 9 1S Is 39"= 2 K 20 17 , Je 7® + 1 3 t. Je. d. DV in cstr. bef. vbs., both literally, the day of, and (oft.) in gen. sense =the time of (forcible and pregn., representing the act vividly as that of a single day): (1) bef. inf.,+(a) sg. without prep. inSX Di ,_ nK Dt 16 3 and thou shalt re- member tlie day of thy going out from the land of Egypt, Is 5 8 6 Ez 39 13 Mai 3' cf. EC7 1 (!«? compar.); (fi) tttn$ Jos 6"> Ju I8 3 "-}- 5 t.; (y) Ufa Gn ■** 3 s + 53 t.; t(8) «*? Ho 2 5 - 17 Zp 3 8 Zc'14 3 ; +(«) Di*P 1 S f 8 8 29 s 2 S 13 32 2 K 8 6 Dt 9 54 Lv2 3 16 Ez 28 15 ; t(f) tfaffy Ju 19 30 2 8 7' Is 7 17 ; +(2) pi. cstr. bef. inf.: («) *B^| Ju i8 31 1 S22 4 25 716 LV26 3435 Nu 6 6 2CI130 21 ; (/S) V? Ru i 1 2 Ch 26 s ; (7) W Mi 7 13 ; +(3) sg. cstr. c. prep. bef. finite vb. in pf.: (a) cf. 3, '" "$1 DV3 Ex 6™ in the day (when) *» «pa£e, so Nu 3 1 Dt 4 1S ; also Lv 7* 2S22 1 =*i8 1M38 3 z ° 8 9 ; (S) Di»D Je 36 s ; t(4) sg. cstr. bef. impf.: Dto

  • T)i?K ^ 56 10 w» the day (wlien) I cry, 1 03 3 La 5 7 ;

also without 3, K"VN tiff $6* (at the) time(when) I am afraid; t(5) ph cstr. bef. pf.: <Vfa am wa^nnn 1 8 25", so Lv 14 46 (prob., v. Di); niC3 ^90 15 ; t(6) pi. cstr. bef. impf.: W$ TlDf* rib* Jb29 2 ; t(7) Di'» cstr. bef. rel. cl.: T>3sb Wn -IB»K Dil? 1 S29 9 since the day when ( = as long as) I have been before thee, Ne 5 14 ; +(8) pi. cstr. bef. rel. cl. ]3f) Tfo wfa Nu 9 18 as long as the cloud remained, etc. e. (1) Di* Di< day by day Gn 39 10 (J), Ex 1 6' (P), Pr 8 3034 V'6i 9 68 20 ( + Je7 26 VM3 3 Lag,v.D9'r); so (late) fDi'3 Dvb 2 Ch 24"; t^3 Di" 30 21 Ne 8 18 ; trt*| WTlJfj' iCh^ 22 ; 0^3 Di' ribi?Ezr3 4 ; DV3 tiP "En? 2 Ch 8' 3 ; trt^ Dit? /row day to day 1 Ch i6»=0^ Di>0 1// 96 2 (Est 3 7 v. infr.); tDi'l DV 1 Est 3 4 (very late, v.) 1 i (6), p. 253 supr. and Dr 1 ""- 1 "); D^J Di""^3 2"; t«*t BV3 1 S 18 10 a« daily = according to daily habit;

DV 

(2) Dfcj> Dil? Est 3 7 , is in phr. of casting lots for one day after another; (fifty, D^O v. 6 c); (3) of daily duties, observances, etc.: +DV ">3' ! j i»V3 each day's affair in its day Ex 5 1319 16 4 (all'j), Lv 23 s7 (H), 1 K 8 59 2 K 2 5 30 = Je 52 s4 , Ezr 3 4 Ne n 23 12 47 Dn i 5 ; W* B* "an!) 1 Ch 16 37 2Ch8 14 31". f. +DWr^3==aZwxjys,coM- fcnuaUy, Gn 43 9 44 32 (both J), Dt 4 40 5 26 6 24 1 1 1 14 23 18 6 19 9 2 8 29 - 33 Jos 4 24 (D), Ju i6 16 1 S2 3 " 36 18 29 23 14 28 2 2 S 13 37 19 14 Je 31 36 32 39 33 18 35 19 iKs 1 ^ 3 !! 3639 i2 7 i4 30 2K8 19 i3 3 i7 37 2Ch7 16 io 7 12 1S 2i 7 Jbi 6 ; also (only in proph. writers and in poetry) tBJ*0"^l Gn 6 6 (J), Ho 12 2 Dt 28 s2 33" Je 2 o" Is 28 s4 , 51 13 52 s (bothTDTl DWri»), 65" La i ia 3 3 ' 4 ' 62 + 2 5 6 3 2 3 35* 37* 3 8 713 42 4U 44 91683 52 3 5 6"- 6 71 81 " 4 72 15 73 14 74 s2 86 3 88 18 89 17 102 9 119 97 Pr 21 26 23 17 . g. addi- tional phr. c. 3 = on a particular day : D1'3 ^onn Ju 19 18 , so Gn 2 2 ' 2 + oft.; 0^*^33 every day ^7 12 88 10 1 45 2 ; K'nn Di>3 of definite time in past Gn 15 18 33"+ (v. also 3 supr.); cf. Di>n njn (no prep.)Ex i 3 3 (JE); W5 Di>3 of time de- fined in subsequent context, 1 S 3" at that time when Eli was laid down, i.e. at the particular time of the foil. incident(=a< a certain time, on one particular day; cf. Gn 39 11 sub b. ; see J) a 8,nt.}a...B.1.2 and egp _ J) r j g x 4 I9 S). n jn Dl'3 Gn 7 11 + ; I"*? Di»n QSj;3 on this selfsame day Gn 7 13 + (v. DXJ>) ; Sinn bi>3 also of future 1 S 3 12 j) t3 j 17.17.i8. all( j very ft. [ n p ro ph., as formula in describing what is to come at time of future blessing, retribution, etc., Am 8 39 Ho 2 18 - 20 - 23 etc, esp [s 2 11 - 17 ' 20 3 718 4 1!! + oft.; pi. E>™ 0^3 of pastGn6 4 (J), JuiS 1 - 1 ^! 25 183' + oft.; of future Dt 17 9 19 17 26 3 . h.. c. ? : Di'? as or like the day ^ 1 39 12 ; WnfJ Di>3 Jos 10"; 0^3 Ho 2 s as at the day of; t^OTl Di'3 Jos io 13 about a wholeday; t^i'Slit. at(about) to-day =now(. 3) 1 S9 27 1 K 22 6 =2 Ch 18 4 L358 4 ; so toi'ns 1 S 9 i»4-y«WeDr (for MT DVn »3), Nes"; fDi 4 ? =a« once, first of all Gn 25 3133 1 S 2 16 1 K i 51 ; oft. c. adj. pron. to point out agreement of result with promise or prediction, t n J n D ^ 3 as it is at this day Gn 5O 20 (E), 1 S 22 813 , and esp. Dt Je and subseq. writings : Dt 2 30 4 M38 8 1S io 15 29 27 Jen 5 25 18 (gloss,om.®,cf.esp.Kue K,Dl » 661 ), 3 2 20 44 c - 23 iK3 6 8 2461 iCh 2 8 7 2CI16 15 D119 715 ; so fnjn Di>n3 Dt 6 M Je^ Ezr 9 716 Ne 9 10 ; in Gn 39 11 (J) this phr. = ow this particular day (when the incident to be narrated occurred; cf. Ninn BT9 g supr.) i. c. ? : Di? on, at (lit. with reference to) tHo9 55 what will ye do on the day of assembly, etc., Is io 3 ; ins Di'p 1 K5 2 00Y»

bread for one day ; tO) in« Bi'jj tfb rDN^tsn B^e>? Ezno"; distrib. plir. N'BO Bi>^> 1TOI tcfe'j Bi>j? in* Nu 7" (P), Jb 21 s0 ™; cf. Bi>^> Mai i»; DlV against, i.e. in expectation of Ex 19 11 , so SfJJ trt'J) Jb 3 8» Pr 21 3 '; «pp M$ alm.= w ««  Zp 3 s ; D^ ^D> Is 4 8' 6e/br« to-rfay; late phr. are tBW? D'Djij 2 Ch ai u =tn tf*e course of time; D^j B>»;J5 Dn8 26 a< (the end of) many rfay«; Bi»p =/ or every day, da%, tEx 29 s6 - 38 Nu 7 "" 2 8 324 1 Ch 26 1717 Je 3 7 21 Ez 4 10 4 3 25 45 23 23 46' 3 ; Di*b in exclam. ^ Pin Ez 30 2 afas /or tfte day/ '•J nnN Jo r». j. c. ftp : Di>» ^nce ilAe day (time) of (or Wten), Ex 10 6 Lv 23 15 Dt 9" 1 S 7 2 etc.; PVTS Bi>D Ex 1 2 15 from the first day (on on. of art. v. Dr 5209a) ); B , t3BB'n , D' , D 2 K 23**, etc.; Di'O =from to-day, from this day forth Is 43" Ez 4s 35 ; nbyoj (Win Bi>HD 1 S16 13 30 s * from that day forward; so n$6ni Tip '>no

S 18 9 ; n^oj njn Dvn-ft? H g 2™ from this 

day onward (v. Add. on p. 75 1 b ); ACT DfrrTTJJ Gn 41™ until now; tPSl DW«/Je r TOa „ y rf ayg Jos 2 3 ' Ez 3 8 8 ; m%Q after a time Ju 1 1 * 1 4 8 1 5 1 ; but usu. * nK>, v. YZ} Q:»*» H06 2 after two dayas—MQPq BW? v. e (4) supr. tk. c. ft?i> (v. j> ad fin): W Bi»n |pf> Dt 4 32 9 7 2 S 7 11 Je 7 25 32 31 Hg2 18 ; twice sq. inf. appos. Ex 9 18 2S19 26 (cf. also 2Ch8 16 ; v. Dr Sn, - 45190 - obs ); W? : ff|$ '^ 2 K 19 25 since days ofold=long ago, cf. Mai 3 7 since </ie days of your fathers.f . DV(n) ny , <w nnsn Bi< iy E x 12 18 until tfc 2is< day, Lvi9 6 +; iniD Bi'~iy Ju 13 7 1 S 15 36 2 S 6 23 + , etc., v. also (sq. inf.) c supr.; Bi»n~iy until to-day, denoting esp. permanence of a name or situation, or of result of an event, tGn i9 3738 (J), 35 20 (E), 2 K io 27 Ez20 31 t; more often njn Di>n-ny W7l <i7 ^ ^ ay Gn 2633 ^ 3233 (P or It), 47 26 (J), 48 15 (E), Ex io 6 Nu 22" PHV Jos 4 9 s 9 6 2 (both J), Dt 2 a 3 14 1 o 8 1 1« 2 9 34' 7 «.» 8M9 » I3 n 14 " I5 « l6 i.( allJE)> 22 3" (D)) v 17 JP), 2 3 8 - 9 (D), Ju i 21 - 26 6 24 io 4 1 5 19 18 12 ig 30 I2 2 27 6 2 9 S - 6 - 8 3 25 2S4 3 6 8 =lCh i S5 5 6 18 8 8 i2 2 13", 2S7 6 =iChi7 5 ,2Si8 ,8 +oft.;D : ,>riDi , y-iy nn f Jos io 27 (JE), Ez 2 s (cf. Lv 23 14 H) • ' "ly Ninn D->n f Ju 1 8 1 Ne8 17 . m. once 3iO Bi^y 1 S 25* upon a good day, i.e. a day of social cheer- fulness, feasting, rejoicing (c. rare b}) temp. cf. Dr; aiD Di 1 - also Est 8 17 9 1922 , v. 310 adj.) GOV subst. and adv. daytime, by day (cf. Aram. KDD', JoiLaLi' day (as opp. to night); % BDJ 6y day; "perh. Ph. DO' (in dates, before num.), CIS 1 - 1 - 101 '"" ■""«»; so No ZDMG 1886, 731 . „„ M i a.. n - ,

on B_, v. sub Bjn) — 1. subst.

daytime (rare) Je 15 9 DDV *njn while it is yet daytime, 3 3 *"> rW« BW nvn ^b daytime and night, v 25 rfov "> 'rina (frd. Bt as v 20 '); Ez3o ,6 ClDi' nx foes of daytime, i.e. coming by day (cf. Je 15 8 ; but text appar. defective, v. © Sm); once (late) D0V3 (cf. X QD-a t S 25 16 Jb 5 14 ), Ne 9 19 (varied from Ex 13 s1 Dt i 33 DDV).— Nu 9 21 tlie sense required is (during) a day and a night; rd. prob. oft 2. adv. in tlie day- time, by day, Nu io 34 Jb 24 16 (but v. Q^n^ I s 4" Ezi2 347 ; mostly c. ?M, and then oft. poet.= continually : so HTJI DOli Ex 13 21 Jos i'iK 8 M fi* 3 2 4 + , 0^1 H^ + Dt 28 06 Is 34 19 Je i 4 17 , in parallel clauses (esp. in poetry) 2 S 21' Is 21 8 Je 3 i 35 ^22 3 42 9 9i 5 i2i 6 +. ^itfbyday yields a lame sense : either add i"6£j (© Del Gr Ch), or rd. Q' B* (Di» Bi 11 ) Lag^ , - Tps *"' Gr - Ed - sp«. 13 Now I. jV (voffoll.; meaning unknown). t]^ n.[m. j mire ;— abs. RJH D'DD ^, 4 o 3 ; cstr. n^SD fin ifiyao 69 s . II. |V ( v of foil., mng. unknown ; nji» a cc. to Lag *-"■ «** 7 - »>«•«• »=! Pers. tmn^, but im- prob.; Sta 5269a conject. T%t> to be fr. .13N mourn, so DF" 57 ). ti. nji -1 n.f. dove (NH id.; Aram, id., k'al) — abs. Hji' Gn 8 8 + 20 1.; cstr. IUi< ^ 56 1 ; sf. "nji^ Ct 2 14 + 2 t.; pi. B^i' Na 2 8 + 6 t. ; cstr! ^V Ez 7 16 (v. infr.);— dove Gn 8 8 - 910 " 12 (all J); oft. of offerings, nji'-J3 Lv 1 2 6 (P ; an individual of the species; ||"in); BW(n) *ja (||Bnh) i» 5 7 " 12 8 14 2230 I5 14 - 29 Nu 6 10 (all P); B^i' nn dove's dung 2 K 6 K (Kt, yet v. Gei Drachr " tio8 ); in various similes : Ephr. is nnis nJi'S like a silly dove Ho 7 11 (allowing itself to be snared); sim. of return of exiles, like eager flight of doves 1 1", of ships with white outspread sails Is 60 8 ; nji>3 "OK ^ 55 7 ; v . a i so juV 'BJ3 68 14 ; sim. of fugitive Moab Je48 28 ; also Tli'^an »Jta Ez7 16 ^t'^e </te rfotes 0/ </te valleys (but on txt. v. Co, who emends tS*lT B'JV3, but regards phr. as gloss); sim. of mourning B^i* pips Na2 8 - with- out Hp, B'Jra run Is 38 14 59" (from mournful note); fig. of beauty (only Ct): OKfi !pj»J ^,ie eyes are (those of) doves Ct i 15 4 1 , v. also v 12 ; term of endearment, •'nil* my dove Ct 2" 5 2 6 9 . Elsewh. only ^ 56 1 (title) B^phn D^X rui' (^>y) prob. name of melody: To ' <A« rfore of distant id rov

-pm terebinth' (id. D^S for D^X ; v. Dbs supr. p. 48, and Bae **•"•""). — On sanctity of dove among Shemites.v. RS 8 ""-'-*** 5 . j-n. rUV n.pr.m. prophet, ace. to 2 K 14 25 he was N^n, S on of $0^, fr. l?nn 113, and predicted the recovery of Isr.'s territory which Jerob. II effected; he is also the principal figure of the Book of Jonah : 1 ' ('HOST [2), y"- 715 ,1.1.2.11 ,1.3.4 .1.6.6.6.8.9 2 3 4 m. TOT v. ny Pt. T TT TIT n.pr.gent. Ionia(ns), Greece (Gk. 'Idovfs (i.e. orig. 'laf o«s), v. also © infr.; OPers. Yauna Spieg APK237 ; As. lamanu (lavanu) Dl p.s48«. C0T Gl0M ; Egypt. Y'-v"n-(n)a, v. WMM SWlct^MlT.. v _ egp on tllig wor a S ta D.PopuloJ.T.n

°) — Ionians, as traders EZ27 13 , © 'EXXa»- 

(named with bw, 1$Q; in v 12 WW*, in v 14 nrnjin); cf. *)}J (adj. gent.) infr.; as distant, Is 66 19 , © 'EXXdt (with t^triPl, ^», "B^i fe<*, and Tprnn D«Nn ; list to he emended fr. © Sta n> - 5ft ); called 'son' of Japhet Gn io 2 (P) = 1 Ch i 5 , and 'father' of *$%, &vy*, B^BP and 0^-p (so rd. for OTh) On io 4 (P) = 1 Ch 1 7 (in these © loivrav, v. Lag BN84A,,m "); addressed (personif.) |£ T.?? Zc 9 13 (opp. ?i'? T«) © "EX- X,« c ,andsoinfoll.; J^O Dn 8 21 (v.'l? *3J»© DIM y™)=king of Greece i.e. kingdom over which Alexander ruled, whose dominion was afterward divided (see v 22 *); fJTl? i° 2 ° of the guardian-angel of Greece (v. DnB -fc> v a ); majjo 'X n 2 (v b DiB).— EZ27 19 RJ1 is text, err., v. JT supr. p. 255a. t ["'IV] adj. gent, only c. art. as n.pr.gent.: DWn V.?^ D n "! 3 >? D^T 'P. 311 Jo 4 6 (® "EXXijwr) and «Ae sons of Jerusalem ye have sold to the sons of the Ionians (cf. RJ EZ27 13 ).— Vid. Sta ,b - flDV, n^DDi" 1 v. sub sp n J ?wi 1 ' v. sub b*. T *• ttv v. sub m T ion najv v. sub aw». rwi mur v. sub w t t s — : HP (■/ whence first element of foil.; perh. cf. Ar. (jijj congregatus, conglomerate fait, Frey). t^MT* 1 '^^] n -P r -»- one of Da vid's heroes ^PTI ' Ch 1 2 3 . HM 1 v. sub TO. [?P] vb. only Fu. P<. pi. TWO Je 5 s Qr ( < Kt DWD v. pt) ; mng. dub. (comp. by Schu al. with Ar. J,'J weigh, whence furnished vrith weights, i.e. testicles, but sense remote and very uncertain). Vf* v. sub I. tiT p. 265 b supr. Ht^P v. sub vbl p. 2 72 b supr. VYW!T3r v. sub I. JtX p. 24b supr. }JV* (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. '^ fluxit aqua (Frey) ; NH and Aram, in deriv., v. infr.) t [yr] n.[m.] sweat (v. HfJ infr.)— riair t6 Vr?Ez44 18 del. Cc. q.v. t [iiyfl n.f. sweat (NH Hf| (Levy), better nSH(Jastr); Aram. Wiy*3, IfckOj)— Tf* "8| nnb 5>?tfn Gn3 18 (J). mr, rrrw v. sub mt p. 280^ supr. W"ir v. sub jnt p. 283" supr. rorP v. nan S ub nan. t [*7rP] vb. be united (Ar. jLLj be alone, 11. ma£« one; NH Pi. TV wi«&e or declare one; Aram. 10! wnite, *^oJL set alone) — Qal Impf. 3 fs. Gn 49 6 TtJf "inrri>K D^npa in their as- sembly let my glory not be united (|| "7U D "] Da »etoj Kan); 2 fs. IS14 20 Tjiapa nns inn &6'. Pi. /wy. ^ 86" ipE> nNTb UaJ) in^ MWt -<e my heart (i.e. concentrate its affections, cf. Je 32 s9 ) to fear thyname(but © ® 33 Gr Bi Ch'niT (from niri) let my heart rejoice, etc.) "TTP adj. and subst. only, only one, solitary "(NH id.; Aram. TIT, HW, ]UJ, lu^H id.; Arab, .L^ solitary)—!, only one, esp. of an only son, Gn 22 21216 1T n ! n « 1" m thy son, thine only one, TIT ^a« Am8 10 JC6 26 mourning for are onfy son, Tn'n 7JI nSDt23 Zc 12 10 , Pr4 3 •OH »»i> Tffl rp_; so fem. ITTTIJ Ju ii 34 . 2. fem. ITIW as subst. + 22 21 35 17 '0TIT my only one, poet, for my life, as the one unique and priceless possession which can never be replaced (in each || V?2). 3. solitary,

  • 2 5 16 m <w tt ^a; 68 7 nn;a D>Tn! y«o

causing solitary, isolated ones (i.e. friendless wanderers or exiles; ||TTDS)to dwell at home (Lag Ch al. y&Q bringing back home). TTP

' '^i-M n '[ m '] unitedness. 1. as sabst. only i Chi 2 17 (peculiar) "WJ^ 33 1 ) Db^ »jnW I will have a heart toward you for unitedness, i. e. my heart shall be ready to become one with yours (cf. v 88 nnK lb). 2. elsewhere always in ace. as adv. in union, together (cf. Ar. H.J in ace. with sf. in his solitariness^ alone) — a. together, of community in action, place, or time (oft. combined, but one usu. more prominent than the others) ; (i) in action, Jb 38' Iffi")"}? ?K '3313 when the stars of God shouted together; Ezr 4 s we together will build (opp. to you), with DD?3 1 S 17", DSBb I S43 26. ( 2 ) in place 1 Si i» iqj cut? D3 riNtfj t& ; 2 s io 15 iff ibdnm

  • 2 2 3 i»88 18 , 133 1 tn: n3t?, Is 5 o 8 ,"as praL

Mi 2" UDt* nn: ; (3) in pi ace and time at once, 2S21 9 lnM^l and they perished to- gether, 14 16 to destroy irV 'J3 DN1 O*; (4) of time alone (poet.) Is 42 14 in 1 ' tX&H) D#K I w jU gasp and pant together, 45 s Jb 6 2 17 16 ^ 141 10 113yx 1J? '3JK nn' while / at the same time pass on. b. all together, altogether (poet. syn. of D?3, but more forcible, suggesting oft., esp. with ?3, all at once, as well as altogether), Is 44 11 irv V& inns" (cf. ^ 40 15 ), + 62 10 nn: ^ono nen they are all together (made) of vanity, Is aa* irp m: pntp i>3 (with b also ^ 41 8 Jb 34 I5 ) : oft. in poet, beginning a clause with emph., Dt 33 s Jl>3 18 IWNK' D^DN in i6 ]0 19 12 NC in' 1Hn3,24 4 3i 38 1 /'4i 8 9 8 8 Hoii 7 (withaneg.),v 8 ; in connexion with a sf., or obj. of a vb., Is 2? 4 W njJTXK I w ffl bum it altogether, f 33 15 D|6 ID: nx'ri w ho formeth the hearts of them all together, 7 4 6 - 8 Jb 10 8 3'3D IPT altogether round about (but rd. perh. with © 'D3, Jb2i sr Gn22 6 - 8 Am 3 3 , N13 Je3 18 Jb 9 32 , 3np IS41 1 , bfiSJ 2S2", b« Ju 19 6 JC4I 1 , jopnn Jos a 2 , her totu JU6 33 , etc.; Dt 2 2 10 virr morai -ne>3; coupling pairs, and so strengthening } (mostly poet.), v" Am 1 15 m mbl Kin (cf. Je48 7 Qr [Ktnn-], 4 9 3 ) Je6" 12 D'EW niYcv 21 (accents), 13" 3i 8 - 13 50 433 Is4i 19 , cf. 65'; in time (rare: but v. infr.), f^ in peace jt^Nl n33t?K nn> will I at once lie down and sleep (i.e. lie down and fall asleep immediately), b. emph. (esp. poet.) = all together I S31 6 , Is io 8 t!WQ HIT nfe> t6n are not my princes all together, all alike, kings] i8«4o»4i«">45»(|| Oh), 4 6 2 m 15H3 IDip, 48" 66 17 ^i4 3 (|p3n), 19" nn« lpix (of J.'s or- dinances), 35 26 37 s8 ; sts. (likein: b) suggesting all at once, as well as all together, Ex 19 8 ijjn W ODD fa (so, with b, Is 22 3 31 3 Zc io 4 ), Is I 2831 nn» DW3V n»31. Prefixed to a clause (likenm), Dt 33 17 (cf.in' v 6 ), L39 20 1 i 7 » 3 i 3 43 45 16 52 8 Je 4 6 12 Si^Laa 8 Jb24"(strengthening ^°?). c. aTi&e, the one as well as the other, Dt 1 2 M (= 1 5 s2 ) the unclean and the clean alike may eat it, 1 S 30 24 i Ip^n: y£ they shall share together, i.e. alike. f *JJT| Baer, VlTP van d. H, n.pr.m. a Gileadite, iChs 14 , ® lovpm, A I«8&u, ®L IfSSw. ^•hit, vrirr v. sub m ^W, PPffT v. sub nrn. ^njwv, fojrpptrp v. sub pm. TrnTrr n.pr.m. a priest 1 Ch 9 12 (for which nnK (q.v.) Nen 13 ), v. now also Ryle on Ne 1 1 13 .

  • wt?,, ^vtrr, n;n^ v . sub im

^ PD^I vb. ITiph. wait ; Pi. await (cf. NH JWTJ expectation) ;— Niph. P/ 3 fs. nbniJ Ez 19 3 (yet v. infr.); Imp/. $>rw Gn 8 ,2 + 1 S I3 18 Kt (v. Dr ; Qr Hiph. 7^);— woA : Gn8 I2 awi /je waited yet seven days ; so 1 S 1 3 18 Kt ; of Isr. under fig. of lioness, Wnpn m3X r6nij '3 Nini Ez 1 9 5 wlien she saw that her hope tarried, was /<w<(butdub.; Smcomp. Aram.^*.o/ be weak, whence perh. sink down; Hi (perh. after ©) rO n^J '3 that lie was thrust away from lier; Co plausibly rWiJ that she had acted foolishly). Pi. 1'f 2 ms. sf. 'JRprp 1^ 119 49 ; is. W^ v 43 + 4 t. y- 1 1 9 ; 3 mpl. *£*£ Jb 29 s3 Ez 1 3 6 ; ^n^ Jb29 21 ; 1 pi. »^TP V33™; /tojj/. ^ Mis'; d d 2 Vtp

nan !>n:*s Jb6" + 3 t.; rbn:« go 26 ; brg IB42 4 ; 1^ 51 6 ; /«»». ^ n ! ^ 130 7 131 3 ; Pt. TTHD 6p 4 ; D'prnp 3i a +2 t. ; — 1. watt, tarry for, sq. p Mi 5 6 (of rain, || nji2!); so 1 12 ace. to We, who reads r6rr (Pf.) for nb'ri; abs. wait Jb 1 4 14 . 2 . waii for=7iope for, sq. p Is 42* Jb 29 2123 30 26 .49.74.81.114.147. sq (||Wi?),*3i 25 33 18B 6 9 4 ii9' inf. "^ D>gb 'IT1 Ez 13 6 ; sq.?? Is5i 5 ^130' 1 3 1 3 ; abs. hope, Jb 6 U 13^ 7 1 14 . Hiph. Pf. ■-ribnin Jb 32", etc. ; ^nim. (consec, v. Hi De 2 T>r iiW »- m ') Jb 3 2 16 ; 7?np/. V') iSi 3 8 Qr; 2 ms. bnin io 8 ; WriK 2 K 6 s3 La 3 21 - 24 ; r^rt* Je 4" Qr(Kt H^nN), Mi 7 7 ; n^nk 2 S 18 14 ;— «><«'«, tarry, abs. (prop, shew a waiting attitude) : 1 S io 8 (sq. *fa I?), 13 8 (Qr; cf. Nipt); 2 S 18" Jb 32 16 Je4 19 (but v. ^in); wait for, hope for (as Pi.), sq. f> 2K6 33 Mi 7 7 La 3 24 Jb 3 2 11 * 3 8 1,i 42 612 43 6 130 5 (H'fTP); abs. hope, La 3 21 . tb^n"' adj. verb, waiting, so Thes SS Buhl, but very dub.,— only ; DWP11 £nj) 3.0 La 3 26 good is it that one be waiting and that silently (but v. 0p :n ) for the salvation of " construct, with 1 and adj. hardly poss.; Ew Ke Lohr Ko ilW7 al. regard as vb. (fr. inn); rd. perh. Vm Hiph. Impf. fr. ^ (cf. v 24 ). tnbn'in n.f. hope, abs. 'n Pr 13 12 ; cstr. id. Pr io 28 1 1 7 ; sf. -nprrtn f 39 8 La 3 18 ; inpnh Jb 41 1 ; — /tope, sq. subj. gen. Jb 41 1 Pr io 28 n 7 La 3 18 ; sq. subj. gen. + p ^39 8 $ *»j»nta); alone Pr 13 12 . T , w?n^ n.pr.m. (wait for God /) ; — a Ze- bulunite Gn46 ,4 Nu26 26 (® AXo.?X, Ao,X, AXX.7X). "HTN ,TV adj. gent, of foregoing: only c. art. as n.pr.coll. Nu 26 s6 . t[DrP] vb. be hot, Pi. conceive (Ar. ^I-j v. inealuerunt pecora, Frey; Aram. 00^ he hot, usu. of sexual impulse of animals) — Qal v. Don. Pi. Pf. 3 fs. sf. *?^H?J5J ^ 5 1 7 in sin my mother conceived me (W^/A^)') Inf.cstr. of heat of cattle in breeding, conception ; Dn*"P33 Gn 30 41 at every breeding-heat of the flock (J); HJJ3 Qiyi 3 1 10 at tlie time of the flock's being hot in breeding (E); sf. 3 fpl. n|prv? 30 41 in order tliat they might have breeding-heat (J). n^n (once N£f"0 n.f. heat, rage (for

  • npn>; NH id.; Aram. KDIT poison, jfcoo^

heat, wrath, poison, Brock L,xU6 , also No' 105 ; Ar. Z.Z-a- poison, Lane 6 ° l ; As. imtu, spittle, breath, poison, D1 HWB78 Muss- Arnolt CD c2 )— abs. npn Na i 2 +39t.; Npn tDnn 44 ; cstr. npn Gn 27" + 25 1.; sf. "non Je 4 4 + 36 t.; *|npri Je io 25 + 8 t.; ipjon ^ 88 8 89 47 ; foierV 'l s

1 17 + 8 t.; onion' Jb 6 4 ; pi. nion p r 22 M , 

nbn f 76"; — fc. heat: a. fever, J^O npn Ho 7 6 fever from wine, wine-fever (on st. cstr. v. Ges SI30,1 ). b. venom, poison (fig.): npn 1?? !?Di Dt 32 24 ; D^B ' n v 33 ; tPnj 'n f 58* cf. v 6 ; Sltioy 'n ^ 140 4 ; poisonoi arrows (of '">) Jb6 4 . 2. burning anger, rage: a. of man: Gna7 44 (J), 2. Si i 20 2K5 12 Est i 12 2 1 3 5 5 9 (against, W), f M f 37 s (||t|K), 76 11 (yet on txt. v. Che), Pr6 M i5 ,18 (npn B*K man of rage= raging or wrathful man), 16 4 19 19 ('n _ 7"JS Qr = one great in rage, v. De Now), 2 7 4 (|| 1?*), Is

1 1313 Ez 2 3 25 ; nion vh* p r2 2 24 (||<iN fa); 

npn bj)3 2 9 22 (|| c l« &*)) W npn strong rage Pr 21" (|| W); ,n!n n PD Ez 3 14 *Ae raye 0/ wiy spirit. b. of the he-goat in Daniel's vision, ins Jipns Dn 8 6 in the fury of his power. C. of God ('•>), oft. Je Is 2 Ez f : Je 4 4 + 1 6 1. Je ; 2 K 22 13.17 j s 2 ^4 ^jjj jj w rjj j) u . on th el . interpr., and on txt. v. Di), 63 s La 2 4 Ez 5 13 + 29 t. Ez ; Nu 25 11 (P), 2 Ch 12 7 3 4 21 - 25 36 16 V' 59 14 79 6 88 s 89 47 106 23 Jb 21 20 ; appar. also 19 29 36 18 v. Di; oft. || »!*, Mi 5 14 Dt 9 19 29 s2 IS42 23 (iBK as appos., + npnbp wy ; ), 6 3 3 - 6 Dn 9 16 f 6 2 78 s8 90 7 ; 3^$ iss npns 66 15 (|| e'x-nnSs iniyji), + Je 23 19 30 23 of the whirlwind of j ||W+^T> ^p. Dt 29 s7 Je 21 s 32 s7 ; || 1IS+ ™? n ni n =n Ez 5 ,5 ,'cf. ninoin npn alone 25 17 ; || iSN fan Na i 6 La 4 11 ; || ^ Is 34 2 (of fury against, i?y),V38 2 ; || TJ» IS51 20 ; || bioa 59 18 ; II nMj? Ez 36 s , cf. , ns?.p nbin? npn Zc8*(||r6na tv&V); nwpi npn on Ezio 38 ^ txt. v. Co); "ip.. npn Lv 26 28 rage of meeting, i.e. encountering them in rage; ( l| ri-)'.npn D13 Is 5I 17 - 22 </*« cm;; o/W« (my) /wry/ npnn'|«n Dfa nwn Je 25 15 ; npn ?ys a possessor of fury— furious Nai 2 (|| Opi, K13p i>S). [^5? npn =raS re against one : Is 34 s 2 Ch 28". — Vbs. used with npn are: 2. a.: 31t5> G1127 44 , 3^ Pri5 l , ni?y 2 S 1 1 20 , iys Est i 12 , 'q??' 2 1 7'°; 2. 0.: 3^n <mto away wrath of '» Nu 25 11 + 106 23 Je 18 20 (but i3*< npns S^n Is 66 15 to recompense his anger in fury, give it as requital); 'n is kindled against one 3 nV Niph. 2 K 22 13 - 17 ; it burns n-J5J3 Je4 4 21 12 44 6 + 8g i7 ; aWses n^y 2Ch36 16 ,'cf. as obj. of rbv Hiph. EZ24 8 ; is -iion" 1

ma-. poured out 3 fl3fU 2 Ch 12 7 34 2125 Je 7 20 ; n=n? ^y 42 1818 44"; B*«3 fttljU Na i"; '< ;;our« ft om< 7% W? ^ 79 «;!>y ?|BB> Is 42* Je 10 s5 Ez 7 s 9 8 14 19 i6 38 (acc. to Co's conject.), 20 s13 - 21 22 22 3o' 5 3 6 18 ; W3 -IBS' La 2 4 ; naiBB* non Ez 20 3 " 4 ; 3 'R D^n 6n'n<7 tfo res< (i.e. satisfy) one's fury upon Ez 5" 16" 24 13 ; 'n rf?3 La 4"; + 3 Ez 5 13 / have accomplished my fury upon tliem (in their case), 6 12 1 3 15 .] ■flOH^ v. sub iv. ion. "VSIT v. sub non.

  • 1lP (v^of foil.; orig.mng. unknown; NH

Aram. ^rv adj. as Heb.; Syr. Aph. &L( discal- cealus fuit ; cf. perh. Ar. ^L (transp.) walk barefoot, also become chafed, of foot or hoof).

  • F|rP adj. barefoot, alw. abs. *|nj Is 20 2

+ 4 1.;— trn Dhy -fin i s 20 2 faj firp lj>y? lj»l in preceding cl.), v 3 ; H** I** 1 2 S 15 30 ; I"! *?J Is20 3 ; appar. = subst., WT> 1bp_ *flp Je 2 K withhold thy foot from bareness (Syr. (.a-loL discalceatio). Vsrarr, blfSfT?, "^WSIT v. sub nvn. im"(l) Kt 2 S 20 6 (Qr tni>i), v. inx supr. p. 29 b and Dr Sm . luM (-vA>f foil.; meaning unknown; deriv. common in NH and. Aram.) ttorPn.[m.] genealogy (NH DO!, BW, Aram. MIT) — b>rvn ">BDNe 7 5 &00& of genealogy. T [ton^ri'7] vb.Hitb.p.denom. enrol one- self or be enrolled by genealogy (NH oft. in Pi. (also Hithp.), Aram. Pa. (Ithpa.)) — Pf. 3 mpl. IBWli-l iChs" g 1 ; Inf. cstr.Wrmn 5' +

1.; sf. Di?>nTin 1 Ch4 33 + 7 1.; Pt. pi. D^non 

Ezr 2 62 Ne 7"; — 6e enrolled by genealogy 1 Ch 5 17 9 1 Ne 7 5 ; perh. also "Tir6 2 Ch i2 15 (tr. to u 18 ace. to Hi Be, v. VB) ; TTtisb "-nnb tb) 1 Ch 5 1 but he is not to be enrolled in the place of first- born; sq. 3 (among, of, consisting in) 7 40 , with- out!' 7 7 Ezr8 1 ; CJqbn ">nn 2CI131 17 ; Inf.= genealogical enrolment 1 Ch 4 33 these were their dwellings and they had (0?) genealogical en- rolment, cf. 7 09 ; ipna g 7 at the enrolment of (?) their generations; hiwrrm Drnxra TOil 1 Ch 9 22 as for tliem, in their villages was their enrol- ment; nearly = genealogical list 2 Ch 31 16 (D , "!3P; i.e. the males whose names were in the list), so Ezr8 3 , cf. 2 Ch 3 1 ,819 (all sq. 3 among, of); Pt. pi. c. art. D^qTien D3H3 «?p3 Ezr 2 62 =Ne 7 64 they sought their writing (their book), namely the enrolled,!. e. their genealogical record. < TXV_ v. sub nnn. tpO ] vb. be good, well, glad, pleasing (Aram. 3C); Zinj, 3U' DHM*"" 5 '")- Qal (Pf. not in use, v. 310 vb.) Impf. 30'? Gn 1 2 13 + 34 1., 30? 1 S 2 4 s + 3 1. ; 3D"n Est 2 4 + 2 t. ; 'SO'n (in- correct for yqPtS Ges!70R ) Na 3 8 ; pi. 130" Gn 34 18 ; for Inf. and Pt. v. 310. — 1. be glad, joy- ful, 3$ Ju 1 8 20 19 6 9 1 K 2 1 7 Ru 3 7 Ec 7 s . 2. 6e well placed, flD* N3D "SOW! Na 3 s art thou better placed than No ofAmon 1 3. impers. c. ?, be well for or with, go well with Gn 1 2 13 (J), 4o I4 (E), Dt4 40 5 l6M 6 318 12 26 ? 8 2 2 7 2 K 25 24 Ru 3 ' Je 7 23 38 20 40 9 42". 4. be pleasing Tl? Gn 34 18 (J), 4i 37 45 16 (E), Dt i^Lvio 19 - 20 Jos 22 s0 - 33 (P), 1 S 18 5 24 s 2 S 3 M 18 4 1 K 3 10 Est i 21 2 44 - 9 ; c. ?, be pleasing to, if/ 69 s2 ; c. N!?? (late) Ne2 56 Est 5 14 . Hiph. Pf. 3<EPn Gn 12" Jos 24 20 ; 3^n 1S25 31 ; sf. 13?/n Dt30 5 ; ns^n Jei 12 ; J?3BVJ RU3 10 , etc.; "fl30ni Ez 36" (for , n30 ,| n as if from 31D Ges' 70 ^;' /mp/. 3*1" Nu io 32 + 3 t.; 3B". Pr i5 13 + 2 t. ; 3^J Jb2 4 21 (Ges» TOB ); 3%P 1 K i 47 (Ges iTOE ); 3B»i Ex i 20 ; sf. IfW Ecu 9 , etc.; Imv. rm?71 ^51™; Wil Iszf, etc.; /w/ a&s. 3-^0 J e 7 s io 5 ; 30V1 Gn 3 2 13 + iot.; Inf.cstr.y&nLvtf+i t.; 3'Bn Je32 41 ; sf. rn'tyn J e 32 40 , etc.; Pt. TB-D 1 S 16 17 ; 3^DD •^ 1 1 9 s8 ; 3BO Ez 33 32 , etc.; — 1. wafe glad, re- joice 3? Ju 19 22 ; D'JB Pr 15 13 ; the person Ec u 9 . 2. do good to, deal well with, a person, usu. c. prep.: c. ?, Ex i 20 Jos 2 4 s0 (both E), Gn i2 16 Nuio 29 - 32 (allJ),Jui7 13 iS25 31 V'49 19 i25 4 ; c. W, Gn 32 10 -' 313 Nu io 32 (all J), Mi 2 7 ; c. ace. Dt8 16 28 63 3 o 5 iS2 32 Jei8 10 32 40 - 41 Zc8 16 Jb24!l jf 51 20 ; abs. Ez 36"; opp. jnn (in prov. phr., cannot do good or ill, = cannot do anything at all; test of deity) Zp i 12 Is 41 23 Je io 3. do well or thoroughly : Wl n3>N(i>3) CBQ <A«?/ Aaue dorse weZ 7 , (all) </(a< <Aey have spoken Dt5 25 18 17 ; S'B'ni) n^BS jnn ^ ^lf their hands are upon the evil to do it well, i.e. diligently, thoroughly, lit. make (it) good, with play on jnrij esp. as auxil. sq. inf. ; nyi 'DTI Pri5 2 = know well; TVii~v? Je i 12 8ee well; IQQ) play well, skilfully 1 S 16 17 Is 23 16 Ez 33 s2 ; cf. pt. cstr. sq. subst. *iyv '3BD Pr 30 29 marching well, mta* 1 in a stately manner, so 1"I37 , 3t? , v 29 ; inf. abs. 3'P'n as &di. ^thoroughly, c. vbs.: nri3 Dt 9 21 , i'NB' 13", trn 17* 19 18 , -1x3 27 s , "00 2 K n 18 . . make a thing good, right, beautiful : c. ace. rei : the head 2 K 9 30 ; dress, trim: a lamp Ex 30 7 (P); rVOSfD Hoio 1 ; W| Pr^aglad heart maketh a good cure ; sq. P? compar., obj. DS? 1 K i 47 (= make it more glorious than); "IDfl Ru 3 10 ; sq. 'H^ = coMrs« of life or action Je 2 s3 (in order to win love); amend one's ways and doings Je7 s i8 n 26 13 35 15 ; TTW U*BW 3»gH] 7 s . . do iceZ/, r^/ti, ethically, abs. : a. of men, Gn 4" (J), Lv 5 4 (P), ^ 3 6 4 Is 1 " Je 4 M 1 f. b. of God, S'tpiD 310 groorf and «"oma groocZ ^ 119 68 ; so inf. abs. as adv.l? TIP! 3t3' , nn Jon 4 49 art thou rigidly angry f sq. K 2B«-»3 1 g 2o' 3 vb. is appar.intrans., = Qal,r/i< bepleasing unto my fatlver, but Hiph. not elsewh. in this sense ; point rather 3t?) ; on this and on foil. ■HK v.WeDr. T rQp 1 n.pr.loc. (pleasantness) city prob. in Judah 2 K 2 1 '*, site unknown. T^.^Qtp , n.pr.loc. (pleasantness') station of Isr. in wilderness Nu33 3334 (P), Dt 10", site unknown. t"?HOa'»np n.pr.pers. (=i>N y&Q God benefits') — 1. f. an Edomite princess Gn 36 39 (P), 1 Ch 1 s0 . 2. m. ancestor of the false prophet ShemaiahNe6 10 . t(3I8 , »0) n.[m.] the best, only cstr. 39*9 and as superb; tlie best of a thing : 'B* WW "O iO-13 Ex 2 2 4 (JE) the best of his field and the best of his vineyard (choicest fruit); JXJfn "a tlis best of the sheep I g 15 916 ; H? n ' Da «» the best of thelandGn4f n (P). Ttt2T> TTQV v. sub nt31 T **, T tikp v. sub i». ^ (v of foil.; meaning unknown ; regarded as loan-word by Lag Arm,, ° sta,1S484 al.; Hom ZMG "*«»«t»*"M«-.«*>M C omp.Georgian^t«no,«t»i«, whence also (ace. to him) Armen.omt, Gk. f o'wos, Lat. vinum; cf. on the other hand Jen 1 ' clnfr

v re , 

S90.705 argues to the contrary)— abs. J* Gn 9" + 84 t.; f£ Gn i4 18 + 33 t.; cstr. tf> + 60 5 Ct 8 s ; PI Dt 32 18 + 9 t.; sf. *¥». Ct 5 1 , etc.;— wine : a. common drink, for refreshment Gn 14 18 (El) 27 25 (J),Jui 9 19 2Si6 2 Am5 11 9 14 Hoi4 8 Jbi 1318 Dm 5 + , tonic Pr 3 1 6 ; art. of commerce Ez27 18 Ne 13"; among supplies in strongholds 2 Chi 1 "; as making merry 2 S 13 28 ZC9 15 io 7 Est I 10 EC9 7 io 19 ifr io4 ls . tb. used for rejoicing before '♦ Dt 1 4 26 , cf. Ho 9 4 ; as drink-offering in pre- scribed ritual Ex 29 40 Lv 23 13 Nu 15 5710 28 14 ; among temple stores 1 CI19 29 ; used also in hea- then ceremonial, v. Dt32 33 . c. intoxicating 1 g

14 25 37 Gn 9 21 ' 24 I 9^-33.34.30 ( aU J^ J S g,MI Pr 2 x i7 
3o.3i + . || ^ T p, Ho4 n. |p^ lgl i 5 Mi2 „ J g 
s 28" 56 l2 4-i2t.; forbidden to Nazirites 

tNu 6 3 - 3 (*W$> pom £ j>Dh), v 4 - 30 , cf. Am 2"; to Rechabites t Je 3 5" ' ; to mother of gamson t Ju 1 3 4 ' 14 ; to priests entering sanctuary tLvio 9 (P), r "'■'wine (NH id.; Eth. tnfrii vitis, vinea, vinum; Ar. ^ (black) grapes, v. Horn*" "* •"; gab. p vineyard, Mordt ZMO I887 ' 364 Horn'- - 659 (both after Glaser) ; As. inu in vocabularies, but this loan-word from western ghemites, ace. to Horn*" 6 "*" 02 ; Jen ZA '• 1Mf » 2 »° Ez 44 21 ; unfitting for kings Pr 31 4 . +d. com- binations are : 3itsn |*J Ct f=the best wine (rd. I?!? 1) Ges 5133 - 3 - 8 - 1 ; TK^D f» Est 1 7 royal wine; ?!!? nVjXK 1 Ch 2 7^ stores of wine, wine-supply ; npTin |j Ct& spiced wine; |*Q ntWfo wine-feast Est5 6 7 27 - 8 ; r.: H t*±>Pr2 3 *>wine-bibbers; }" 1& wine-skin Jos9 4 ' 3 1 g 16 20 ; J" ^33 id. 1 g i 24 io 3 25 18 2 g i6> Je i 3 1212 ; ]»J1 rP3 Ct 2 4 either wine- house, where wine is drunk, feasting-house (De al.), or place of wine= vineyard (Ew al.; cf. ?!- !?? Nu 6 4 ). te. metaph. of wisdom's drink Pr 9", cf. Is 55 1 ; of V« wrath Je 25 15 (pn Di3); of confusion sent by '>, npJJ"iri )^ wine of reeling jf 60 5 , cf. 75 9 ; of b awaking for vengeance, like a wine-shouter ^ 78 s5 ; of Babylon's fierce power Jesi 7 ; ofloveCtg 1 ; E'pDn JV. Pr4 17 ; in sim. of one bursting with words Jb 32 19 ; of dis- heartened proph. Je 2 3 9 ( ft il3J( 1333) ; of lover's mouth Ct7 10 (v. supr.); love is better than wine Ct i 2 4 10 . y 1 g 4 13 Kt ; err. for T> Qr. I" [ilJ J vb.Hiph. decide, adjudge, prove, (NH Pi. n?1 argue with (Djt), cf. Hithp., Hiph. prove, correct ; Aram. Pa n31, Aph. rOiN, id.) — Hiph. Pf n'3in is 2 4 + 5t.; 0>3h Gn 24^; nsin Gn2i 25 ; 2 ms.nn3hGn24 14 ; is.sf.Vnn3in 2 g7 14 ; Impf. n^3i> Is 1 1 3 + 5 1. ; n?V Ho 4 4 + 4 1. ; n$> 1 Ch 12 17 ; sf. W3i« ^i 4 i 5 + 12 t. Impf.; Imv. OaVl Pr 9 8 ; Inf. abs. 03in Lvi 9 17 + 5 1. ; cstr. n^.n Hb i 12 ; nsinbn Jb6 26 ; Tt. D'Sto Ez 3 M -)-8 t.; pi. D'lrsto Pr 24";— 1. rf«c ? 'de, jwdoe, abs. Gn 3i 42 (E), 1 Ch 12 17 Is ii 3 f 94 10 ; c. i>, decide for nroin

Is2 4 =Mi 4 Msn 4 ai7XDyi3:6 Jbi6 21 . .14 .pa, Gn 3 i 37 (E), Jbg 33 ; 2. adjudge, appoint, c. ?, Gn 24 14 " 4 (J). 3. sliew to be right, prove, c. ace. rei and 75? pers. against Jb 1 g i ; c. 7N pers. unto Jb 1 3 15 ; so ar^we before v 3 , and (abs.) 1 5 3 . 4. convince, convict, c. ace. pers. |c 50 21 3 pers. Pr 30 6 ; c. ? pers. Jb 32. 5. reprove, chide: a. of God, c. ace. pers. Jb 2 2 4 ^50* 105 14 = iChi6 21 ; c.2obj.2Ki9 4 =Is37 4 . b. of man, abs.Ho4 4 Ez3 56 Jb6 25 - 25 Pr24 25 25 12 ; TJB& IT3in Am5 10 Is29 21 ; c.acc.pers.Gn2i 25 (E),Lvi9 1717 (H),Pr 9 8 28 23 Je2 19 ; m?** !?3iO Jb 4 o 2 ; aco.rei Jb6 26 ; c. b,Pr 9 7 - 9 i5 12 i9 25 . 6. correct, rebuke, of God, abs.Hbi 12 ; c. ace. pers. ^ 141 6 Jb i3 1010 ; B3B?3 2 S 7 14 ; happy the man whom God corrects ,Tb5 17 ; for God loves him Pr3 12 ; God is en- treated not to correct in anger ^ 6 2 38 s . Hoph. Pf 3iK3D3 fUVll he is chastened also with pain Jb33 19 . Mipb. Impf WJWJJ 6«"<0? Is i 18 come now and let us reason together; Pt. 1313 T|fJ DE> tej) Jb 2 3 7 there an upright man might reason with him ; f. (pass.) nrnil Gn 20 16 (E), but Di SS id. f!U?5l 2 fs. Pf. and thou art set right, righted, justified'. Hithp. Impf. rrailT T^j^TJ? Mi 6 2 tei</» Israel he will argue (|| DV "v 3 ,- 1). Tnn3'in n.f. rebuke, correction; — n' Of Ho 5 9 ; T/ ni nrw DV 2 K i9 3 =Is 37 8 ; pi. niroin ^i 49 7 (||nDpj). t nnjin n.f. argument, reproof ;— 'n Pr io 17 +9 1.; sf.'nnain Hb2 1 -j- 5 1. ; inroin Pr 3 11 ; p l. ninsin V38 ,5 +3 t.; cstr. rtrota p^Ez

17 ; niroft 5 15 (but latter del. Co; given by 

SS under nnato); — 1. argument, impeachment, spoken by lips andmouthi^38 15 Jb 1 3 6 23 4 Hb2 1 . 2 . reproof, chiding Pr 1 s 2 f ; || HV5J 1 253 °; || nDID 3 n 5 12 io 17 12 1 13 18 i 5 SM - 32 ; 1D1D 'n 6 23 reproofs for discipline; D'Yl'n i5 n reprocfthat givethlife; ninDin B"K 29 1 man of reproofs (who deserves them). 3. correction, rebuke V' 39 12 73 14 ; t3 5?' 'mPr2 9 15 ; non'nEz5 15 2 5 17 . D^ , /ID vb. be able, have power, T " T 19S . prevail, endure (NH id.; Aram. ? , 3^; As. akdlu, Hpt in KAT 2 GlM! '■)— Qal Pf. 73J Gn 3 2 26 + 8 t.; 7i3J 1 S 4 ,5 + 2 t.; 3 fs. rby Gn 3 6 7 Ex 2 3 ; 2 ms. n??;i Ex 18 23 ; 1 s. "0^ Gn 30 8 + 2 t.; sf. Vnbl] ^ 13 5 ; 3 pi. *b$ Gn i3 6 + 27 t. + Jos 1 5 Qr; ^ Ex 8' 4 + 2 t.; /mp/. 3 ms. 73V Gn 1 3 16 + 34 A t. ; ^ Jb 4 2 + 4 t. ; fcfcl Ho 1 2 5 ; fs.73ViAm7 10 +2t.; 2 ms.7?W Gni5 s 4- i6t; 1 s . ?3W Gn i9 19 +3ot., etc. (on these Impf. forms as irreg. Qal, v. Ges* w -'-?- s Ko 1 " 7 W 802 "; others Hoph.) ; Inf. cstr. n)b) Nu 14" Dt 9 28 ; 7n/ afcs. 713; Nu 13 20 2Ch 3 2' 3 ;' 7* Nu 22 s8 i S 26 25 ; P 8 1. (not Lv), Ez 3 1.; oft. JED Je Is 2 , not seld. SK Ch ; — 1 . be able, to do a thing, whether ability be physical, moral, constitu- tional, or dependent on external authority; usu. of man Gn I3 16 (J) + , but also of gods 2 Ch 3 2 1S15 , and of *» Nui 4 I6 (JE), Dt 9 28 Jeu m ; occasionally of inanimate things Am7 10 Gn 36 7 ( P), Ct 8 7 Ec 1 M 15 , etc. : a. usu. sq. inf. c. b ( 1 2 2 1.), Gn 31 35 I am not able to rise up; 45 1 Joseph was not able to restrain himself, v 3 48' ; Ex 7 2124 were not able to drink, 1 2 39 Jos 24" (all E); Gn 1 3 1 * if a man can number the dust, 1 9 1922 43 s2 44 M - 26 - 26 Ex 1 o 5 1 9 21 (all J ), Gn 1 5 s Ex 1 5 s3 Nu 1 1 14 (all JE)+iot. JE; Dt 7 ,7 + 10 t. D ; Gni3 8 tliey could not dwell together, 34 14 36" Ex 9" 40 34 Nu 9 6 Jos9 19 (allP); 1 B^6 W 1 K 9 2l (on || 2 Ch8 8 andtextof Jui 19 v.Bu E38 ),Am7 10 Ho 5 13 Zpi 18 Je6 10 1 1 "13 s 1 8' 1 9" + . tb. sq. inf. without f»(27t.; notP): Gn 3 7 4 Ex 2 3 1 8 1823 (all E), Gn 2 4 50 44 1 (J), Nu2 2 3738 (JE), Dt i 9 7 s2 14 24 Z2 29 Ju 8 3 Je 49 1023 Hb i 13 Is 4 6 2 47 1112 57 20 La i 14 f 18 39 36 13 78 20 Pr 30 21 Jb 4 2 33 s . 1c. c. inf. implic.,alw.neg.,Gn29 8 go and feed them ; and they said, We are not able, cannot (J), Ex 8 14 (P), Is 29" Je 20 9 yjf 2 1 12 Jon 1 13 . d. c. neg. = may not (of moral inability) : Gn 43 s2 (J) the Egyptians might not eat bread with the Hebrews ; Ju2i 18 «ie may not give them wives ; esp. D, Dt7 K 12 17 14 24 16 5 17 15 22 3 2S 2735 . t e. be able, sq. impf. : Hjg bsiN ^W Nu 2 2 6 (JE) perchance I am able (so that) we smite (v. Di ; rd. perh. 7?« for 731K Ges smib ); Vf. 173V t6 La4 14 they are unable, they touch = are unable to touch (Dr* 163 - ol ') tf. be able, sq. pf. consec, only very late, W*H] 731X Est 8 66 , lit. how shall I be able and see ? — Also in various combina- tions where English idiom would make it an auxiliary to another verb: tg. able to gain, accomplish: sq. ace. JViJ? V3V ti? Ho 8 5 how long will they be unable (to gain) innocence ? R^TV 73V1 ?3 -, 3 Jb 42 2 1 know that thou art able (to do) all things; "U"; D3ns 73V 1|J^J pS J e 38 s the king is not (one who is) able (to do) anything with (E3riS for E3n« v. Gf, i.e. against) you. tb. able to endure: ffjfp fl.K 73W « 7 Isi 13 / cannot endure iniquity and (with) a solemn assembly, ijf 1 oi ti. able toreach, sq.?,^i39 6 it is high, Hp 73W X7 / cannot (reach) to it. fep

2. prevail: a. abs. prevail, overcome, be victor 

Gn 3 o 8 (E), 32 a, (J) 1 Ho 12 5 i S 26 25 i K 2 2 22 = 2Chi8 21 Je20 711 ; of waves 5 s2 ; succeed Is 16 1 ' 2 , Je 3 5 (VB hast had thy way). b. sq. p pers., prevail against, over Gn 32 26 (J), Nu 1 3 30 (JE), Ju 16 6 1 S 17 9 Je i 19 15 20 20 10 38 M Ob 7 V 129 2 Est 6 13 . o. once c. sf., VPlpa* ^ 13 5 7 have pre- vailed over him, + Zc 9 15 (where rd. W?3J1 for ^=Wwith©3;Klo ThLZ1879 - 664 Sta ZA ' W1881 - 18 ).' +». abs. Aave ability, strength, only neg. tO iriNE'to PIHK Jb 3 1 23 because of his loftiness I have no ability, am inadequate (to anything). ,2V n.pr.m. v. W'T supr. p. 220 b . "hrP^V TVhy n.pr.f. {'•> hath been able; t : t ;' t : t : ^ cf. Sab. baby Hal' 65 ) mother of king Azariah: tA0C 2 K 15 2 , ® XaKtia, ©L I*x«W, iT^a 2 Ch 26 3 (Qr ; Kt n^»3>), © Xoaia, A ©L If-^Am. PTOfa?, faJnTCD"! v. rojto P . 220b. , ^/' , vb. bear, bring forth, beget (NH - T497 . * id.; Aram.T?;, T>J, ^ ; Ar. 3Jj 6ear, 5rin<? forth, so Eth. fflAJJ: As. aMdw, COT" 51 "")— Qal Pf. "fy Gn 4 »-«-" + j6 t.; "jjj Je 17"; "£*) consec. -f 7 15 ; sf. 1"|^ Dt 32 18 ; 2 ms. sf. W Je2 27 Kt; QrUJ?npf(Ko 1 - 410 Ges 570 ' 2R4 ); is. sf. ■ybrb) ^2 7 ; «TWn|>| Nun 12 , etc.; Impf (Ufiyfy Pr 27 1 ; 3 fs. n.?fl Gn 17"+ 6 t. ; 1^1

1 + 6i t.; 2 fs. nj>n 3 16 ; n.?s 18"; i.?nj 1 K3 17 ; 

ni* Is 65^; 3 fpl. na-ibn Je 29 s ; nanbrii Ez 23'; T P^1 Gn 30 s9 , etc.; Inf. abs. fy Jb 15 36 ; cstr. n"J.?Ho 9 n + 3t.; n^Gn^+iot.jnpbiS^ 9 (Kb* tt , but prob. txt. err. Dr) ; ff. VHp 1 K 3 18 , etc.; Pt.act.-fc Pr 17 21 Je 30 6 , etc.; f. rn.pi' Ho 13"+ 12 t.; n-lb Gni7 ,9 + 4 t,; irf? 16" + 2 t. (Ko '• ^ ' • ; perh. m^ intended by Kt, cf. Sta> 213b ); sf. Pr 23 s5 ; ta"J^ Pri? 25 , etc.; pi. TfnY Je 1 6 s ; P«. jpass. "l^ 1 K 3 26 - 27 ; cstr. "TO) Jbu'-t- 2 t.; pi. DH^ 1CI114 4 ;— .bear,bring forth : a. (a mother a child,) so commonly, c. 208 t.; sq. ace. Gn 3 16 4 1 & constantly; ace. om. 6 2 etc. = be delivered of a child, 1 K 3 1718 2 K 19 s = Is 3 7 3 (in proverb c. neg., i. e. human power ex- hausted); ofanimalsGn30 39 3i 8 - 8 Jei4 5 i7 n (biid laying eggs, or hatching out young), Ez 31 6 Jb 39 12 ; but also of whole process of labour (cf. Sri) winba vpn Gn 35 16 cf. v 17 , tfF™, cf. 1 S 14 19 Je 3 1 18 Mi 5 2 (of a man, as preposterous, Je 30 6 , cf. Moses as mother of Israel Nu n 12 ). b. hence in simile of distress Mi 4 910 Is 1 3 8 21 s 42" Je 6 M 13 21 22 s3 30 6 4 9 24 50 43 ^ 4 8 7 , cf. Ho 13 13 ; BSTxha "h» (Sta ZAW1888 ' ,43 ' r ) Gn 3 o s 50 23 (cf. Jb 3 12 ). c. fig. of wicked "$& "6^ bvy ffYn) f 7 15 cf. Jb 15 35 also Is 33 11 ; of Israelites, bringing forth wind (of vain efforts for deliverance) 26 18 ; Mb) V &KV 1S3 JbsS 29 ; of Tyre aa mother of her inhabitants Is 23 4 ; of Jerus. Is 5 1 ' 8 54 1 °6 7 ' 8 Ez 16 20 , Isr. bearing disloyal children Ho 5 7 ; Jerus. and Sam., as Oholibah and Oholah EZ23 37 ; of Babylon Je 50 12 ; of a day, as producing events D^ *O s TO jnrrw Pr 27 1 ; perh. of God (fig. of rock W), as mother of Isr. bringing forth with labour Dt 32 18 yet v. 2. 2. less often beget: a. lit., c. 22 t., alw. c.acc; in Hex amark of J; Gn4 181818 io 81315 - 24 - 24 - 26 = iChi I01113m,8a> ,Gn22 23 25 3 (Dt32 18 &Nuii 12 E are dub. ; P uses Hiph. ). elsewh. Pr 1 7 21 23 s2 - 24 Dn n 6 . b. beget, fig. ^ 2 7 of '»'s formally instal- ling king into theocratic rights. 3. Zc 1 3 33 , of both parents (lit.) ; Pt. pass. 3 1. = child 1 K 3 2627 where mother is named, 1 Ch 1 4 4 where father named, t Miph. Pf. "& 1 Ch 2 3 + 6 t. + "iSinn Gn 2 1 3 ace. to points, but rd. Pt. (v. Di); tVK 3 5 20 8 (cf. 01 }26Sb Ges 5 ™ 2 -"- 6 ); Impf. "^ Gn 17 17 + 4t-; "^Is66 8 ; 1.?3!1Gn 4 18 -|-2t.,etc.; Inf. I^n Gn 2 1 6 ; flj*l Ec f; rrjgft Ho 2 B ; Pt. "IJfe iKi3 2 +3t.(Gn2i 3 v.supr.);D^i3 4 8 5 iCh7 21 ; — be bom : of human beings, sq. p (born to such and such a man),Gn4 18 io 1 1 7 17 2 i 35 46 20 48 5 Nu 26 60 Dt 23" 2 S 3 2 (Qr), 5 13 14 27 1 Ch 2 39 3 145 20 68 22 9 26 s Jb i 2 cf. 1 K 13 2 ; without P, Jb 3 3 38 21 V78 6 1 Ch 7 2 ' EC7 1 (aio fDBto O0 aio

i~|b;n Di'pniBn Di^); metaph. of Israel (under

fig. of unfaithful wife) Ho 2°; of nation, '13, Is 66 8 , people, D5?, ■$■ 2 2 32 ; of animals Lv 2 2 w Dt 15 19 ; Pt. DHD nbiani trBO-i>|Ezr io 3 ; c.pred.or appos. on which emph. rests, B^ 'i EC4 14 he was born poor; 1^ nnsp m) )rri ank p r 1 7 17 ; nib -py ig ITW Jb 1 1 12 15 7 . ' " tPi. Inf. fJTfc Ex i 16 ; Pt. abs. rin^'lp Gn 35 17 4- 2 t.; pi. abs. nin^O Ex 1 1S + 5 t. in Ex 1 ; — cause (or help) to bring forth, viz., assist or tend as midwife Ex 1 16 sq. ace; elsewh. only Pt. f. as subst. =midwife; Gn 35 17 (E), 38* (J), EX jW.17.18.19.19.20.21 ( E ) # + Pu. Pf. ~bl Gn 4 2,i + 13 t.; nW Ju 18 29 ; nV Gn 4 i 50 ; iW Jb5 7 ; «)■ Gn 6' + 4 t. + 2 S 3 2 Kt (Qr ni»>5); <fe V 9° 2 , etc. ; Pt. (1 cf. Ko'- 433 ; Q es ,«s,B.'^ i^>n Ju 13 8 (Bb"' p - 244 pass. Qal); i. q. Niph. be born, sq. p of father Gn 4 26 6 1 io 2126 24 16 (all J), 4i w (E)', 35 M 36 s 46 2227 (allP), 409 n-fao Ju 18 29 2S 3 "2i a) - 22 1 Ch i" Je 20 16 ; sq. ? before grandmother's name Eu 4 17 cf. U> Is 9 s ; sq. i> of purpose, destiny, "fy* 70»i» DIN Jb 5'; Vl£ flpii -513-by Gn 50 23 (E ; Sam. 1' V9, cit. Di) denoting recognition of children as his; no prep. Je2o" 22 26 , cf. Ju i3 8 (v.supr.); fig. of foreigners incorporated in spiritual Zion ^87 4S '; of production of mountains ty 90 2 . Hiph. Pf 1^*1 Gn 1 1 27 + ; l|rtn Nu 26 s8 ; ifo 1 Ch 2 36 + ; sf. PIT.bini consec. Is 55 10 ; «^n Gn 48", etc.; /mp/ 1^ Gn 1 7 20 Ec 6 3 ; "7$ Gn 5 s + ; 2 ms. T$*l Dt 4 a 4- 4 t. ; T^iK Is 66 9 ; Imv. *$ln Je 2 9 6 ; /w/.afa.T.^n L359 4 ; C s«r. sf. iT^in Gn 5 4 + i6t.;i > <.TbtoIs66»; 0^0 Jei6 3 ;— l.%e< (a father a child) Gn5 3 - 4 - 4 + 56 t. in Gn., Lv 25 45 Nu 26 29 - ss (all these P, v. sub Qal)+ Dt 4 s5 28 41 (v. Di), 1 Ch 2'»" ,I1 "+ 84 t. Chr.; Eu 4 ' 8 + 8 t., Ju ii l 2 K2o lfi =Is39 7 , Je 2 9 6 Ez 18 1014 47 s2 Ec 5 13 6 3 , cf. Is 45 10 ; also Je 16 3 DnM«3n Dnias DniK, cf. fieq. As syr. abu banua, e.g. VE I 8 ; fig. of producing dewdrops Jb 38 s8 ; of causing the earth to bear grain IS55 10 ; causingZion to bring forth 66 9 . 2.6ear,onlyfig.59 4 (||nn),of wicked, bringing forth iniquity (this favoured by con- text ; others, beget), t Hoph. Inf. ITlVn Gn 40 20 Ez 1 6 s ; rrr?Vl Ez 16 4 (Co as foregoing); only TlK 'n DV Gn 40 s0 Ez 1 6 45 day of one's being born = birthday. tHithp. Impf. «fol»j Nu i 18 denom. fr. TTT)V declared their pedigree (v. Di). T"T7T n.xn. offspring, child, only TO px ^JGn/i 30 ^); siveral.=Ar.3Jj; Eth.OJiVJj-: (with orig. 1); — in 2 S6 23 , where some edd. have t!>1 Kt, "l£ Qr, Baer and van d. H give 1^ T Kt. t ~hl " n.m. Gn a - 8 child, son, boy, youth ;— 1^ abs. Gn 4 s3 + ; cstr. Je 3 1 20 ; "lj» Gn 2 1 16 + ; pi- D ^: 33'+ ; cstr. np: Ex 2 6 + 2 1.; -n^ Is 57 4 ; sf. "~b] Gn 30 26 2 K 4 1 ; DnHp! Jb 21"; fplfl Gn33 2 4-4 t., etc.; — a. child=son, boy, Gn 2 1 8141516 37 30 42** (all E), 3 2 23 (Dinah not included), cf. 30 26 33 >- 2 - 2 "M'3.H 4 ^o ( all j) . Ex ,17.18 (|| j3 v i 6)) 2 s.....;.s.....io( all £), 2 1 4 (E ; app. = sons + daughters, but |[ '33 v 5 ) ; pi. = offspring 2 1 24 (E ; Hex, only Gn & Ex, JE); also Eu i 5 4 16

g I2 15.1 8 .l 8 . 18 .18.19.mi.21.22.2!l j K ^ (tf y -n^ ^ 

'7

K 4 1 (cf. v 5 ) v 1! 

Is8' 8 9 5 (||!?), Jo 4 3 (opp. 'Tip'), Zc 8 5 (id.) ; of young of raven Jb38 4 '; of wild goats and hinds 39 s ; of cow and bear Is 1 1 7 . b. (little) child, children 1 S l 2 ' 2 2 S 6 :3 Ezr io 1 Ne 12 43 Jb 21" (|| fi'^jj), Ho I 2 La 4 10 Is 5 7 c. descendants Is 2 9°, tma J njj (cf. |3) 2 6 . d. youth Gn 4 a (J), 1 K 1 2 81014 = 2 Ch io 810 -' 4 , Dn !*»■«•".» c f. 2 K 2 24 (|| Dnyj D'le? v 23 ), Ec 4 1315 . e. fig. of apostate Israelites ^"V". Is 57' (II T# STSl); cf., in good sense, DWJjt? lb' Je 3 1 20 of Ephraim (pj?! ?3). tiTT^ n.f. girl, damsel ;—abe. rn?: Gn34 4 Jo 4 3 ; TtrfFl Zc 8 5 ; — marriageable girl: of Dinah, daughter of Jacob Gn 34 4 ; opp. lb" 1 Zc8 6 J04 3 . tfiVHP n.f. childhood.youth; — abs.rVnf>: Ec Il*t||WnqS')j ^r.ni>: n 9 ; = young men ^ infj'^iio 3 . • TWJ adj. born (irreg. punctuation for "I*;, Dr 2S 5 14 )— 11^ Exi 22 2Si2 14 ; DH^ J os 5 5 2 S5 14 ; WW! Je 16 3 ; $»n jan Ex i 22 (E), 2 S 12" ( + l{>); "Onsa '^n Djn Jos 5 5 (D); njn Dips? DHi^n nton-^yi D'Jsrrvy Je 16 3 ; 6 DT&5J 2 S 5 14 . t[T7^] adj. born, only aifr.T^ Gni7 12 + 4 t.; pi. *?{»; i 4 14 4-6t.; h!>'3 2 S 21 18 ;— born, esp. of slave 1V3 "PT born in (one's) house (opp. purchased by money) Gn i7 121327 Lv 22" (all P), cf. Je 2 14 where denied of Israel ; Hy* n?3 ti. Gn 14 14 ; pi. elsewh. subst. = children, sons nsnn *7< 2 S 21 1618 cf. D'Nain ^ 1 Ch 20 4 ; p3Vn 4" Nu 13 2228 Jos 15 14 (ali JE). trfTTIE n.f. kindred, birth, offspring; — 'D cstr.'Lvi8 911 ; sf.'nn.^O Gn24 4 + 3 t.,etc; pi. sf. TOi-lpto Ezi6 4 ; ^n'lpta v 3;_l. kindred Gn 12 1 (IhriN, T3K n*3), 2 4 4 (||ps), Nu io 30 (||rd.), Gn 3 1 3 (|| T nUK p«), 43 7 (all J); || Dy Est2 10 - 20 8 6 ; esp.'D p« land of one's kindred Gnn 28 24 7 (bothJ),3i 13 (E), Je22 ,0 46' 6 Ez23 li Eu 2 11 . 2. pi. circumstances of birth, birth (fig. of origin of Jerus.) W?? H?9 ' K!| ^O'*? Ez 1 6 3 , cf. v 4 . 3. (female) offspring, one born Lvi8 99 , begotten v" (all H); coll.=i'«#Me, off- spring nn^in fte innbto Gn 4 8 6 (P). tmTlO, n"17!b n.pr.loc. town in Simeon , TT ' TT " '?iD Jos i9 2 =iCh4 2s ; inhabited after exile Ne 1 1 26 ; name occurs also Jos 1 5 26 (where prob. interpol. from Ne 1 1 26 v. Di); © MwXaSa, etc.; identified by Eob" 11 "- 201 Guerin Jod4< ""' aMff - with Tel Milh, 4 hours E. from Beersheba=MaXa6a Jog A n t.xviu.«.2 ; MoXo^^ Jfalatha Lag 0nom ■ 2,4 • 2M ' 87 - 119 , v. also Di. rhxo 410 tTTto n.pr.m. a Judahite i Ch 2 s9 . [n'in^'in] n.f.pl. generations, esp. in genealogies=account of a man and his des- cendants ;— cstr. nit^in Gn 2* Ru 4"; rnMn Gn5' + 6t.; ninbh 3 6 1 +2t.; rrhn 25 12 ;'sf. vrnbh 1 Ch26"; tarnbin Ex28 10 + 16 1.; Drri"ij>h 1 Ch 5 7 + 5 t.; Drnbh Ex 6 1619 ;— a. account of men and their descendants Gn 5 1 6 9 io 1 1 I 1027 25 12 " 36 19 37 s Nu 3 1 Ru4 18 1 Ch i 29 ; successive generations (in) of families (DriE^D) Gn io 32 cf. 25 ,s , Ex 6 1619 28 10 ; genealogical divisions, by parentage Nu i»(DnhBBte{> Tl) + 11 t. Nu 1 ; DnrAwfo fcrrnna vnm&o 1 ? vnsi i Ch s 7 cf. f and prob. also 7* v. Be, y 4 8 s8 ' 9 i3i 26 31 . b. metaph. f^ftl D'P#n T^fa Gn 2 4 lit. begettings of heaven and earth, i.e. account of heaven and earth and that which proceeded from them (cf. Dr In,r - 6 °) In Hex always P. tl^in n.pr.loc. in Simeon 1 Ch 4 s9 , © eoi-Xnf/i, A ewXaS, ©LeoAatf; appar.="wDK q. v. supr. p. 39. [7/^] vb. Hiph. howl, make a howling (onomatop.) — Hiph. Pf 7?vn consec. Je 47 s ; ^m consec. Am8 3 ; Impf. b^J Is 15 s + 3 t. (Ges^'^Ko 1 - 437421 ); b^K Je48 31 ; "$*») Mi i 8 ; lb'b» Ho 7 ,4 (Ko L4a ); #bw Is 52 s ;

  1. |w Is6 5 14 ; Imv. ->??! Ez 2 i ,7 Zc n 2 ; 'J^Q

Is 1 4 s ' 49' + Je 48 20 Kt ; &fal Is 1 3° + 1 3 1. + Je 48 20 Qr, + Ez 3o 2 (del. ® Co);— utter or make a howling, give a howl, in distress, || pyt Ho 7' 4 Je 47 s Is 14 31 Je 25 M 48 20 - 31 (sq. by), Ez 21 17 ; || pyx Is 65 14 (sq. ft? of occasion, source); || 1BD Mi i 8 Je 4 8 Jo i 13 ; || B*#l Jo 1"; || ITM i 6 (cf. Is 1 5 2 ' 3 + *?!); sq. by Je5i 8 Is 15 23 ; We prop. 1^ for liny Ho io 6 (others ib'IT, v. bvi supr. p. 162); sq. b Isi6 7 ; abs. baTt nwB> lWv>m Am 8 3 and palace-songs shall become holdings, Is 13 6 16" 23 1614 Je 48 s9 49 3 (Ez 30 2 v. supr.), Zp i"Zci i 2,2 ; in cruel exultation Is 52 s cf. De Che Di.— On "WJjfT? bb»n is i 4 is cf. sub I. bbn supr. p. 237. I7T n.[m.] howling (of beasts) ;— inrni |btJ* 7T Dt 32'° in a waste of howling of a desert (=t'ra tlie lwwling waste of a desert; v. Dr). tn ( rV* n.f. howling ;- ty") Zp : cstr. n?b). Je 25 s " Zc 1 1 3 ; nrvy Is 1 5 s - 8 ; — howling in distress Is 15 s - 8 (|| n i?V!)> J e 2 5 M ( 0I " leaders of EJP«  flock, metaph. for princes; || npyv blp), Zpi 10 (|| id.); D^n nS^J, blp Zc 1 1 3 (D"jn metaph. for princes). yh Pr 20 23 v. yyb. '"I/' 1 (-v^of foil.; mng. dub.; Ar. i_Lir in. is conjunctus fuit cum aliquo,etc.,Frey; whence ns?' 1 as an accretion^ so Thes 'ab adhaerendo'V T J"IQ ?U n.f. scab, scurf, an eruptive disease, Lv2i 5,; 2 2 22 (inboth||3-!3). p7* (-v^of following; meaning dubious; Thes al. comp. pp? lick; Ar. (jJT is hasten, etc.) tp^n.: m. a kind of locust, abs. PJJ ^ a 3 16 + 5 t. ; P& Jo i 4 + 2 t.; — alw. coll.: a. as devouring ||DJ3, nflX, b'DPI, Joi 4 - 4 2 25 ; || n3")«  ^ 105 34 (of Egyptian plague), cf. Na 3 15 * (but del. We). b. in sim. of multitude of men Na 3 15b Je 5 1 M ; of horses v 27 ("1DD p*>). c. in sim. of scattering and disappearing Na 3". ttljP^ v. npb. Tvfr^lO n.pr.m. son of Simeon Gn 46 10 Ex 6 15 (© I f/ io<;i ? X) = PWn3 (q.v.) Nu 26 12 1 Ch 4 s4 . t n^TD' 1 n.pr.f. (cf. perh. Ar. IiU3 dove, 110m. unit, of ll*j Frey) — daughter of Job Jb 4 2 14 . r rbn* 1 . n.pr. v. K^»: sub X70. UU' (v^assumed for foil.; actual existence and meaning dubious, v. infr.) qi n.m. ■"*•■ sea (Ph. D< ; Ar. o ; Palm. TS90 X I " ' Hiy2 on the sea, Vog No ' TO ; on As. idmu, (amu), sea, v. D1 HWB8OT M-A CD62 Hpt BA8lmn )— abs. DJ 1 S i3 5 + ; n?;Gn28 14 +;cstr.D;Gni4 3 +23t.,also «11D HEJ Ex 1 o 19 , but alw. fpD-Q! Ex 1 3 18 + 2 2 t. ; sf. as: Jesi 36 ; pi. BMg Ju5 17 +29 t.;— sea: esp. 1. Mediterranean Nu 13 29 (E), 34 s (P), Dt i 7 Jos 5 1 1 Kg**" Jon i 4 - 4 + oft.; the Mediterr. is called also hSlin DVl Nu 34 6 - 7 Jos 15 1247 Ez 48 28 + ,cf. DHJ 301' '3 "0 V' 104 s5 ; ^ ar i > ' 3 ^ D ^ B'DtS'n Jos 1 4 2 3 4 (v. As. name of Mediterr. tiamtu raUtusamlmusam$i,etc.,^ciT^ m " xA '" y '" K - m "); }i33^n ^D-bs 'an '>n J0S9 1 ; ft^Pn '>n i/ w ; a w«r sea Dt 1 1 24 3 4 2 Zc 1 4 s Jo 2 20 (in the last two opp. 'JbTB? l 1 , v. infr.); of Mediterr. in particular part D^S O; Ex 23 31 (JE); fcj d{ 2 Ch 2 1S = NiQ> DJ Ezr 3 7 . ' 2. «1WD; '7?ed &a ' (v. *fB) Ex'i3' 9 (cf. io 19 ), 15 4 Nu 14 25 Dt i 40 Jos 2 10 Ju DC

)tp ii" + oft.; also D|H Exi 4 2 - 29 Is 51 1010 63" + ; prob. also D*!Xp-D* n 15 ; 'Red Sea' named or referred to c. 66 t.; 1WD; clearly of iElanitic Gulf 1 K 28 (cf. 2 Ch 8 17 ). 3. Dead Sea, D*. fty sea of salt Gn 14 3 Nu 34 312 Dt 3" Jos 3 16 12 3 15" 18"; BfJJjn D*. Dt 3 17 4 49 Jos 3 16 12 3 2 K 14 25 ; 'liypl *n Ez 47 18 Zc 14 8 Jo 2 20 (v. supr.); simply 0} Is 16 8 Je48 32 ; — in "Vtjr D* Je 48 s2 D* is text, error, del. c. Gf Gr CheGie! 4. Sea of Galilee JV133 D* Nu 34" Jos 13 27 ; ni-133 D*. i 2 s ; simply D*. Dt 33 23 . 5. more gen. sea, opp. earth and (or) sky Gn I 26 - 28 9 2 (P), Ex20 11 (E),Hg2 6 + oft.Jb^Is 2 etc.;Am6 ,2 rd. D*. 1533 for anpa (v.l|?3); ««« as under earth + 2 4 2 (cf. Gn i 10 6" Ex 20 5 =Dt 5 s ); fig. otflood of invaders, DJn bs^y nSj? Je 51 42 . 6. of a mighty river, the Nile Na 3 s - 8 Is I9 6 (|P0?); cf. DJJ "1B»S PHRJ 27 1 and Wg» D*:UFI3 Ez 32^ (sim. of Pharaoh); of Euphrates Is 21 1 Je 51 36 (ace. to Che Gf al. ; Is 2 1 l perhaps better of Persian Gulf, v. Di). 7. the great basin in temple- court, called the sea: DWD D'rrnK 'e>y>1 1 K7 23 = 2 Ch 4 2 ; nsynan n* 2 k 25 13 1 Ch 18 8 Je 52"; D|nalonerK7 2426 +iot.KCh- r Je52 20 . 8. combinations are : a. shore of sea, sea-shore DVi ng$> Jos 1 1 4 1 K 5 9 , and in sim. Gn 22 17 Ju

12 1 S 13 5 ; "n *pn Jos 9" Ez 25 16 ; D*p: cjin Gn 
13 Ju 5 17 ; cf. DJn ?3n Zp 2 s restore by the sea; 

so v 6 but dub., v. 1. ?3n 3. b. san< 2 o/<Ae sea (shore) DVI &I (in sim.) Gn 32 13 41 49 Ho 2 1 Is io 22 ^- oft. (v. Hn) ; d£ M| ^in Je s 22 . c. |tt$ DJn tongue (arm or gulf) of sea Jos 15 5 18 19 Is 1 1 15 . d. Dpy Dn? Am 8 12 Zc 9 10 + 7 2 8 , cf. Mi 7 12 Zc 1 4 8 8 Jo 2 20 - Dn 1 1 45 . 9. = west, west- ward (orig. sea-ward, fr. position of Mediterr. with ref. to Palestine, and this sense still often perceptible): with other three pointsof compass Gn 13 14 28" (J), Nu 2" 35 5 (P), Dt 3 s7 1 K 7 2S 1 Ch 9 24 2 Ch 4 4 Ez 4 2 19 + 6 t. Ez, Zc 14 4 Dn 8 4 + 107 3 (D»D* (iBSO 3ipW n-JJQO; but rd. perh. IPJ01 from the south, Hu Pe Bi Che); opp. east Jos 1 1 2 16 6 + 16 t. EZ48; west aloneGni2 8 (J); D*. O^" 1 Ez io 19 (J) west wind; b DJO westward Jos8 91213 -f; "TO*, westward, oft, of tabernacle Ex 2 6 22 - 27 Nu 3 s3 + (all P), and of land Jos 5 1 1 5 810 etc, + oft. Ez ; D>n ^^ westward Ez 4 1 12 ; D* 7^35 western border Nu 34 s ' 6 Jos 15 2 ; D*T18<!a west side Ex 27 12 38 12 Nu 35 s Jos 18"; "pi 1KB DW1 Ez 4 1 12 (v. further ntffl). T C Q"' n. [m.] appar. pi., meaning dub. ; only in IflBS Dp»rrn« KXD -»B»K njy N1H Gn 36 24 that is the 'Ana that found the DO*_ in the wilderness when he was pasturing the asses of Sib'on his father; perh. hot springs, $5 aquae ealidae; so Thes MV Dechent zpv ' ,u • ,884 • 17,, al. ; yet no suitable V HD* (or DO*) known ; v. further Di Buhl Ed0lnitM46 |U (v of foil.; found in deriv. in all cogn., but orig. mng. dubious; Thes al. comp. JDK con- firm, whence right hand as the stronger; others fr. use of right hand in confirming by an oath). I. pSi* n.f. E ' 15 ^ (Pr 27" no exc, v. Now Str) right hand (NH id. ; SI 3 ;B*D on the right ; Aram. K 5*0-> JioLI ; Ar. ^^> right, right side, right hand, south; Eth. ?°Y"}: right hand, jByli right side; Sab. JD* right hand, flJO* south, are also quoted ; As. irnnu, right, right side, on the right, D1 HWB307 )— abs. ?*0* r Gn 13 9 + 40t.; cstr. f*o; iS23 24 +i 9 t.; sf.*?*?* Je 22 w + 6 t.,etc; always sg.: — 1. righthand: a. lit. of man, oft. opp. Skd'B> Gn 48 1314 (cf. v 18 ), Dn 12 7 ; WD$> U*p*-p3 VT J0114 11 distinguish between one's right hand and one's left ; pD* rb'ff Ju5 M (||T); as holding the lot Ez 2 i 27 ; also of right hand as skilful ^ 1 37 s ; as receiving bribes 2 6 10 (||D*T); used in false swearing PP* D3*p* TJP 144 8 " their right liand is a right hand of falsehood; oft. also c. V, iJ*p*-T Gn48 17 (E) hand of his right = his right hand Ju 7 20 2 S 20 8 ; fangfp: 1BK J u 3 15 20 16 bound as to one's right hand, i.e. left-handed. b. fig., of right hand as held by '* Is 4 1 13 45'; so *J*0*"T ^ 7 3 23 . c. right hand of '*, as instr. of delivering Israel Exi5 6612 +, cf. »*p* J»ff« flbCJJI ^zo 7 ; nw fttyf po* 77", ||ynt 9 8>; as 'acquiring the temple-site 78 s4 ; as holding his servant 18 36 (lineom.in||2S22 36 ),cf.63 9 &*i?"]Spp*3Is4i 10 ; as finding, lighting upon (NVO) his enemies ^ 2i'(l|T); as full of p"1V 48"; as dispensing blessings 1 6" "p*D*3 n*.D*y3 (cf. Pr 3" of wisdom, personified); used in divine oath Is 62 s fllyi" 1!). 2. of situation on, or direction toward, the right: a. of situation, c. P?, D^ND^BI DJ*p*0 Ex 1 4 22,29 a wall on t/teir right hand and on their left hand ; similarly 2 S 1 6 6 1 K 7 M ' 49 = 2 Ch 3 17 4 6 , iK22 ,9 (=2Chi8 ,8 c. by), 2Ch 4 78 ^ 9I 7 (II^SO); for protection 16 8 ; b pe*D 2X23" Ez 10 s ; c. ), i3*P*i* 2fn 1 K 2 19 , so fno 1 45 10 109 31 ; c. 'by Zc 3 1 1 Ch 6 M 2 Ch 18 18 (= 1 K 22 19 c. ;»), Ne 8 4 Jb 30 12 ^ io 9 6 cf. 110 s ; without prep. l*yn pp* 2 S 2 4 5 Jb 23 s . b. of direction toward, lit. pb* ntM Nu20 17 2 2 26 (both ^■w

"OOYI JE); r& TO Dta* 1S6 12 ; 'fen po* fl| Is54 3 ; also (vb.TJBn in prev. cl.) Gn 13 9 ; pD' B»«J ■fy 1 42 s , and looking is implied also in Ez i 10 (c. -^j ; opp. {ntte^D) ; c . 78, fVp 71 (nabb) nes

S 2 I9S1 ; pwSu nJSJ Gn 24 49 ; sq. ^N, of course 

(li>n) of boundary Jos 1 7 1 ; c. j», npir£ i>$)D pt?£ Ne 1 2 31 (vb. om., went) to the right above the wall; fig. of moral deviation, pi?J . . . "lS/JUTP "W SxD'^Dti 7 », so 5 W if 28 14 Josi 7 23 6 2K22 2 = 2 Ch 34 2 ; 'fen pJ9» HD3 Pm* 7 ; also (very late) of <Ae right as morally good, WOy D3n 37 (opp. i'KOfe') Ec io 2 De Reuss Now. +3. of other parts of the body, besides hand (v. U'WT etc. supr.): right thigh *V T?, Ju 3 16 - 24 ; eye pOJ PS 1 S 1 1 2 ; WD' p» Zc 11 1 ' 17 ; esp. pDVi pW i.e. </ie right (upper) leg of sacrificial animal Ex 2 (J 22 Lv 7 s233 8 2526 9 21 Nu 1 8 18 . 1 4. = south, because when facing east the right hand is toward the south: pD'E^n pm? 1S23 19 ; po^K v 24 ; 3B* ^;0 , P Ez 16 46 (|| n^NDferbv); P9JJ f^S ^ 89 13 ; perh. also 107 3 , v. D' 9. fl.^PI adj. Kt right hand, on the right: pa; Wn DE> 2 Ch 3 17 the name of the one on the right was Yakin ; WDTI *T£ Ez 4" <% jv^fe side (Qr in both Wn, v . infr.)

11. ^Q" 1 adj. gent. fr. feJJJ, abbrev. for 

WPH3 (q. v.j;— T9J H? I S 9 4 ; V9J ^K 2 S 20 1 Est2 6 ; WD?e*N-fa 1S9 1 .

11. ['i^] vb. denom. Hiph. go to or 

choose the right, use the right hand ; — Impf. 1 s. coh. njp^l Gn I3 ,0 (J) then I will go to the right^.rfytafyfy; ampl.WpKn Is 3 o 21 ,fig. of turning aside from right course of life (Ip^NDfe'n); Inf. cstr. in phr. ppnb mrUK •fcan ity tb/j -rate b'so ^pfe'rta 2 S 14 19 it is surely impossible to turn to the right or to the left, etc.; Imv. fs. WQ Ez 2 1 21 go to the right ! (opp. "^pbH); Pt. pi. use the right hand : WT9J9 ns/p D'srai CPjaKa d^kde^i iChi2 2 im'«£ /Ae W(//(< /taW awe2 </<e 7.<?/i /(arc<£ with stones and with arrows in the bow (i.e. in throwing and shooting). T^p^ adj. right hand, right — m. of pillar "Ocm Tisyn j K 7 21 =' , ?»!n i n || 2 Ch 3 17 Qr (Kt WD'H); f. of tide of house (temple): *irra rwflp jvan l k 6 8 7 39 (|| ponp man una), 2 K " '(opp. flfaffi), Ez 47','cf. v 2 2 Ch 4 10 23 10 (opp. rVpKDiPn); elsewhere of parts of body (P): right ear, hand and foot n'JDVl JTK[n] + ">n (D)T + "n (D)bp EX29 20 Lv8 23 - 24 14nn.s5.2s. right finger H 1V3SX 1 4 1627 ; cf. also right side, m. »J^ ^=IV Ez 4 6 Qr (Kt WD'n). fn.^O 1 ' n.pr.ni. 1. son of Simeon Gn

10 Ex6 15 Nu 26 12 1 Ch 4 24 . 2. man of Judah 

1 Ch 2 27 . 3. Levite (?) name, time of Ezra Ne8 7 . f "O^ adj. gent, of 11. pD" 1 1 ; only c. art. as subst. coll. Nu 26 12 . tn2?p^ n.pr.ni. (cf. perh. Ar. ^Xi good fortune, IJL^j right side) — 1. a son of Asher Gn46 17 Nu2(5 44 , also (foradj.gent.) n3D»n v 44 = the family of the Yimnites 1 Ch 7 30 . 2. a Levite 2 Ch 3 1 14 . fi. Jtt'Tln.f. 1 ' "•south, south wind, chiefly poet., P & Ez (lit. what is on t/te right (hand), i.e. as one faces east; v. Wetzst v <*»*>m- *■**>• A„throp.G«.i TO ,s 9 oj_ abg /„ Zc 9 n + 6 1 ^/pin only Zc6 6 ); !OPlJb 9 9 ; c. n loc. HJD'ri Ex 2 6 I8 + 12 t,; — 1. a. south, southern quarter of sky, [DTD Jb 39 26 (of flight of bird) ; of constellations TlTjU 9 9 ; Tl rfngO Zc 9 14 whirlwinds oj 'the south; of territory, the south Is 43 s (opp. fiBX), also 'nn H$ Zc 6 6 (opp. lis* HS); 'n rarfo raw Jos 15 1 southward at the end of the south, i.e. in the remotest south (of the land); — see also 11. 'n. b. c. n loc. toward the south, esp. in topograph, description (oft. with other points of compass), fUDVI n333 HKB Ex 26 18 (P), Vn 'a Ez 47 19 , 'n 333 'B Ex V7 9 36 s3 3 8 9 (all P), Ez 47 19 48 s8 ; +v^ «We Ex 26 35 , fP Kb 3" (both P); alsoNu2 10 io 6 (P); nmipi 'W njfai np; Dts 27 ; n loc. is redundant in HJD'ri ?jn^ Ez 21 2 turn thyface«oti</itoari(||DiT5and33?). 2. sow</t wind + 78 26 (Dn|5 in || cl), Ct 4" (pBS in || cl.) fn.|'2' , Jn n.pr. (m. et) loc. a N. district of Edorn^ poet, often =Edom Am i 12 (|| D*^j v", and rnia), Ob 9 (|| lE/y-in), Je4 9 7 - 20 Ez »5»(«U || DilN); Hb 3 3 (|| P T NB- ) ; pro b. also Jos 1 2 3 1 3 4 (both D); in Gn 36 (P) as name of anEdom- ite chief, son of tByN and grandson of Esau v 11 = iChi 36 ; v 42 =iChi 53 ; so fDin Gn 3 6 15 .— Vid. further Buhl Kd ° m " < ' r9,) . t^n^n adj. gent. alw. c. art. 'JD'rin TB^K (v. supr.) Jb 2 11 4 1 15 1 42 79 = ^pnn 'b$ 22 1 ; = n.pr.coll. 'fin yn« Gn36 M the land of the Temanites= 1 Ch i 45 . t^SpVI appar. n.pr.ni. in Judah 1 Ch 4 s . yziy

ID" 1 yyo*] v. sub jdd. Ifj" vb. assumed in Thes to expl. Hiph. 1^n=T»n J e 2", and Hithp. tmyiBJ Is 61 6 ; but on TOW v. 110 (Ko 14S7 ), and VTOWI is prob. from "lSTK q. v. supr. p. s6 b . m^ v. sub mo. t : • t t^P^ vb. (si vera 1.) touch, Hiph. Irnv. f.f. ^B»Dini T Kt (i.e. ^BTO-ni) J u 16 26 (yetorn Qi) anc£ Ze< me touch (no doubt txt. error for ^Eton from eteto, q. v.) t[nj*] vb. suppress (?), oppress, mal- treat (MH Hiph. vex with words; so Aram. Aph. "M, but also % for Heb. njin maltreat ; Ar. ^yj is ?<kcws, debilis fuit, IV. debilitavit, defatigavit, but connex. dub.) — Qal Impf. 1 pi. sf.C3^^ 74 »; J p<.n^Je25 38 +3t. + f i2 3 4 (v. infr.) ; — suppress (?), sq. ace. yjf 74 s (text dub.) ; elsewhere oppress ; Ft. abs. as adj. fUi'n "vyn Zp 3 1 ; subst. f. coll. nji'n oppressors Je 25 s8 (but rd. 3jn for ji">n, with @ Ew Hi Gf Ke etc., as 46 l6 50 16 ); ^i23 4 Qr VPfi , Nui> proudest oppres- sors (st. cstr. in superlat., cf. Ges' 133,3 ^' 1 ; yet most follow Kt D Wte6, and der. from }^K3 q. v. p. 145 supr.) Hiph. Pf. HJln Ez 18 1216 ; 13in

7J9 ; /wp/nii* 18 7 ; 2ms.n3iriEx2 2 !0 ; «:in 

Dt 23 17 ; Vft> Ez 45 8 ; Bta Lv i 9 33 + 2 t.; «h Je 22 s ; /»/ sf. Drtin Ez 46 18 ; P«. Tito Is 49 26 ;— oppress, maltreat, sq. aec, esp. of ill-treatment of poor and weak,partic. of the"*?, the' stranger/ sojourner, by the rich and powerful, Ex 2 2 20 (JE Lvi9 33 25 1417 (H),Dt2 3 17 Je22 3 Ezi8 71216 22 729 45 8 46 18 ; of a foreign oppressor only Is 49 s6 . rrir v. no ; tny v. bo. - T T t tp^] ^ b - suck (NH id.; Aram, P8J, jjT, and deriv.; As. eniku, suck, SASm A,rbl,Gl0M , museniktu, nurse, Jen 2 *- 1886 ' 402 )— Qal Pf. JljMM consec. Is6o 16 ; D^l 66 12 ; Impf. p^ Jb 20 16 ;' 3P* 3 12 ; H»W Is6o 6 ; S»« Dt 33 19 ; ^^ IS66 11 ; Pt. P?.i" Dt 32 25 + 7 t; P?: Nu 11 12 ; D^f* ^ 8 s ;

  • m* Jo 2 lr '; — smc&, of infant at mother's breast,

abs. Jb 3 12 ; metaph. of abundance and honour of Jerusalem in future, Is 66" abs. ; sq. ace. of breast 60 16 , ace. of milk v 16 66 12 ; sq. ace. K'NI ffOriB Jb 20 16 of punishment of wicked ; pt. sq. ace. *W *tf PfC Ct 8 1 ; cstr. DH^P^ Jo 2 ,6 ; elsewh. as subst., suckling, babe Nu 1 1 12 Dt 32 s5 (opp. TOW B»N) ; || b)f(S 1 S 1 5 s 2 2 19 V' 8 s Je 44 7 La 2"; H^iV 4 4 , cf. J02 16 ; bxci Is n 8 ;— on Is 53 2 v - Pfr infr. Hiph. Pf. np/rn Gn 21 7 ;

  • ?k La 4^; Impf sf. W&H Dt 32"; 3 fs. P?n

Ex 2 7 ; pj*l iSi a ; vijwrn Ex »•; Imv. fs. sf. ™PTkI v 9 ; Inf. PJ»f$ 1 K 3 21 ; Pt. npj'O Ex 2 7 ; cstr. id. Gn35 8 ; tapiD 2 K 1 1 2 ; inpj'O 2 Ch22 u ; •"wjmo Gn 2 4 69 ; nip-rio 32 16 ; ifffrins is 49°;— give suck to, nurse, sq. ace. Gn 21 7 1 K 3 21 Ex 2 7.« I g I 23 ; cause to suck honey, fig. Dt32 13 (2 aec); of animals La 4 3 sq. ace; pt. fem.= nursing, np.?/» PE'K Ex 2 7 lit. a nursing woman, a nurse; "o alone as subst. = nur«e Gn 24 s9 {J), 35 8 (E;rn^),2K 11 2 2CI122 11 ; metaph. I.S49 23 ; of camels flip're D*foj| Gn 32 16 . Tp2i n.m. young plant, sapling (sucker) — Is 53 2 (|| EHC) in sim. of the suffering servant of T [nj5JVj n.f. young shoot, twig (= fore- going)— inptf' Jb8 16 +2i. ; VtflpfP H014 7 ; vnipf Ez 17 22 ; irrrip^ ^ go 12 ;— t^ twig, of tree Jb 14 7 ; of wicked under fig. of tree Jb 8 16 15 30 ; Israel under fig. of olive-tree Ho 14 7 , of cedar Ez 1 7 s2 , of vine i/e 80 12 . t[n3f*r] n.f. id., only pi. sf. vnip'r Ez 1 7 4 of Israel under figure of cedar. ffi&iy, rftafr v. sub rm. t ' |D^ vb. establish, found, fix (NH rrf., esp.Pi.; Aram. "ID?; perh. orig.,/i:B/srTO or eZose; Ar. jULj pillow; vb. denom. n.^Za; as a pillow against one; v. Z«a?i against, recline, Lane 2940 Saad Gn 28 11 ; in Heb. usu. fix firm so as to found)— Qal Pf. tpj f 104 s Pr 3 19 ; sf. PHD? f 2 4 2 + 3 t. ; 3 fs. ItW Is 4 8> 3 ; mp> ,/, io 4 8 i mp} I02 26 ; sf. ^"]p^ Hab i 12 ; Dnnp^Sg 12 H9 15i ; T'?1P , 1 consec'. Is 54 11 ; Inf. 1*5*1 2 Ch 24 27 ;^iD^i»3I 7 (v.Ge8 }69 • 2 ■ B • , ; BaerliD^); *•}> Is5i 16 ; , T?J Jb 3 8 4 ; ^Ezr 3 12 ; Pt.1& IS51 13 Zc 1 2' + Is 28 16 (Che critn -, MT 10^);— /owna", establish, c. aec, the earth ^ 2 4 2 (|| J313), cf. 78 s9 (obj. om.), 89 12 102 26 104 5 cf. v 8 (sq. )), Pr 3 19 Is 48' 3 Jb 3 8 4 Is 51 1 " 6 Zc 12 1 , vault of heaven Am 9"; of founding the second temple Ezr 3 12 , of restoration under Joash, Inf.liD) 2 Ch 2^; metaph. of future Israel Is 54"; of , establish the Chaldaean (as his instrument) ITD'ini' for correction Hb 1 12 (|| Cfe'), his commandments yr 1 1 9 152 ; in weakened sense (si vera 1.) CJV? 1D^ Is 23" appoint a city for desert-creatures (on meaning in context, v. Di); appoint, fix Ezr 7" TO"

HD" 1 emend, (v. 10*); found, begin, heaps of offerings in '<' s house '2 Ch 31 7 . Niph. Pf. 3 pi. "pii ^2 S ; 7mp/ 2 ms.1Djn L544 28 ; /«/ WTDJIJ Ex 9 18 ; D^D'n ^31"; — 1. fix or seat themselves close together, sit in conclave 1^ 2 2 3 1 I4 ( > Bae from ]»aa>, 6/uXi'a), but Lag's emend. V1J?i3 is prob. (cf. Ne 6 2 ). 2. be founded, Is 44 s8 (temple), Ex 9 18 (Egypt). Pi. Pf. IB) Is 1 4 32 + 3 1. ; HID? 1 K 16 34 ; rn|? ,/, 8 3 ; *VP Zc 4" Ezr 3 10 ; 7mp/. nsncp Jos6 M ; /ot/.ib^ i Ks M ;— 1. /ow»^ (= Qal), sq. ace, city Jos 6 26 (JE), i K 1 6 M , temple 1K5 31 Zc 4 9 Ezr 3 10 ; Zion Is 14 32 28 16 IB) ^Jfl (rd. ID*; v. supr.) 2. establish f 8 s sq. tjJ ; appoint, ordain (late) i Ch o 22 (sq. ace), Est i 8 (abs.) Pu. Pf. 1BJ i K 6 s7 + 2 t.; TBJ Ezr 3 6 ; /*."*»$ iXj"; DHDJO Ct5 16 ; be founded, be laid, of a foundation i K 6 37 Ezr 3 6 Hg 2 18 Zc 8"; P«. = subst. foundation I K 7 10 , cf. nD1» infr.; pillars set on bases, aim. of legs Ct5 15 . Hoph. be founded: Inf. np*n 2 Ch 3 s Ezr 3"; Pt. IGflD Is 28 16 ; — the being founded, founding, " n, 5 "IP ,n ?5? Ezr 3 11 because of the founding {laying the foundation) of the house of" 1 ; 1JN1 'i3i nijab rtibf "»&*1 2 Ch 3 3 and this is (lit.' these are) the founding of Solomon to build the house of God, i.e. this is tlie foundation which Solomon laid for building, etc.; Pt. IBID "IDfD Is 28 16 a foundation founded, i.e. iceK laid (cf. banc ban nano earn. t%: v> t*%: tt/* T^p'] n.[m.] foundation, beginning, Ezr f nbjnsn TD» ) but rd. rather, c. ®,1D) (Wl= , Ezra subj.), v. Ry. t-riD": n.f.*" * 17 (m. Jb % ») foundation, base, abs.liD} Hb3 13 +2 t.; cstr. id. Ex 29"+ 9 t.; sf. Sib) Ez 13"; cniD? Jb 4 19 22 16 ; n*pi Mi i 6 ; yrpb) La 4"; nTiiniD? Ez 30 4 ;— ^foundation of city (wall) Mi i 6 ^ 137 7 , cf. La 4 11 ; fig. of Egypt Ez 30 4 ; 1iD*n -y& 2 Ch 23 s one of gates of temple(but rd.^D '(? 2 Kn 8 or DID t? [rather D , pffiiVB>]ThKlo); fig.of mennsp'D*; |ppab> l?n *I3 Jb 4 >», cf. 22 16 ; of righteous Pr 10 25 ; of hostile prince under fig. of house Hb 3 13 (details obscure, v b prob. corrupt, v. We); of false pro- phecies under fig. of wall of defence Ez 1 3 14 . 2. base, bottom, of altar Ex 29 12 Lv ji™™™*' 5 » 8 16 9»(allP). t [iTTlD?] n.f. foundation= city founded; B'P" , " , .? : n 3 Styvo* f 87 1 (|| jto nye> *» ans). TTOTO n.m. 1 * 2816 foundation, foundation- laying";— IpIO I828 16 (v. ID' Hoph.); Di>ni? "> TVa iplD 2 Ch8"WiZ </ie day (of) the founda- tion-laying of the house of TrnD'ID n.f. foundation, appointment, nipiD ntSD Is 30 32 rod of appointment (cf. Hb 1 12 "•?}), appointed rod (of punishment) ; pi. cstr. ninpVS Ez 4i 8 Qr, must mean foundations (si vera 1.); Kt perhaps intends Pu. Pt. flilB'D founded, furnished with foundations (conject. emendation by Co). t [iD'IQ] n.m. +18 - 8 foundation;— pi. abs. ninpiD jesi 26 ; C str.rrinpiD,/,i8 16 + 2 t.; nnpb S22 16 ; HDiD Dt 3 2 22 +6t.; «3^9 Mi6 2 ;— foundations th f3K Je 51 26 ; &}$ HDiD founda- tions of the earth Mi 6 2 Is 24 18 Je 31 37 ^ 82 s Pr 8 s9 ; 'NH 'd Is 40 21 ; i>3« '» ^ i8 16 = 2 S 22 16 ; Dnn 'D Dt 32 s2 ^ 18 8 ; 2 S 22 8 has (less well) d*de> '» ; -mrw 'd Is 58 12 (|| oVtt" niairi) i. e . ancient foundations, now ruined. tlpn n.[m.] foundation;— npBD 1 K 7' || ninBtsn-iy • Co rds. npp also Ez 4 1 8 (for MT ninp>oj. fTD* 1 , only in ^ Ex 30 32 , rd. ^, v. •pD (Ko'- 436 ). tnSD^ n.pr.f. (etym. dubious) — a daughter of QH, and sister of H3pD Gn n 29 , © Ito-^a. ■< irPDOp 1 ] v. sub "JOO.

  • ]D "J 2u vb. add (NH id., Hiph. ; Aram. Aph.

cppiN, a^o(' , '; Ph. f]D' ; MI 29 TlBD', l 21 riBD^; Sab. flDlHo , ZMG18S2.6S0

As. esepu dub. (esepu Dl)-

+QalP/. f)pj Gn 3 8 26 +; nap; Gn 8 12 ; nap^ consec. 2 K i9 30 =rls 37 31 ; WBDJ I s 26 15 2 Ch 9 s ; riBDJl Dt 19 9 , etc.; Imv. »D Is 29 1 Je 7 21 ; + /«/ c*«r. napb for MT fTiapfj N u 32 14 Is 30 1 (Ges J6..2.B). - >,_ e,p^ (rd.lP^j Is2 9 14 38 s (Ko '••"adds Ec i 18 TP^, fr. form and connexion less likely) ; pi. D^ap* Dt s 22 ;— add, sq. ace. + <?V i S x 2 19 Je 7 21 45 3 is29 1 3 o 1 3 8 6 Dti9 9 ( + ni5>),Lv22 !4 26 21 2 7 1315 ' 927 ; sq. ace. 2 K i 9 30 = Is 3 7 31 , Nu 3 2 14 2 Ch p 6 sq. ?$ (no ace; is'tt ny^n-^y nap^ , ' r ?V»E'); sq. J> (no ace) = increase Is 26 15 - 16 (FIBDJ

  • "?)j sq. ace increase, liave more 29 19 (D^JS ' S P'1

nnob m.Ta); 14 t. sq. inf. Gn 8 12 (av^ nacn t& uV V?X ; i. e. it did not again return unto him), 38 M ( + 1iy), Lv 26 18 Nu 32" ( + 1y), Dt s 22 (H-Tfe), 2o 8 Ju8 28 i 3 2, ( + ^), iS7 13 ( + ni5J),

85 2 7 4 (niy «ipv j6j), 2 s 2 s8 (+nw), 2 k e 23 

( + *lto), Is 29 14 ; cf Nun 25 Dt5 19 , where rpi

-ID"* inf. not expressed, but implied from context ; both c. tO and did not do it again. tNiph. Pf HpiJ J e 3 6 32 ; 'y consec. Ex i 10 Nu 3 6 3 ; 3 fs. napto consec. Nu 3V; Pt. «ipi31 Pr 1 i 24 ; niDDiJ Is 1 5 9 ; — l.join (intr.), j»m oneseZ/*o(?y) Ex 1 10 . 2. be joined, added to (5>?) Nu 36 s - 4 Je 36 s2 ; pt. abs. is increased Pr n 24 ; pt. fern. pl. = things added, additions (i.e. additional calamities) Is 15 9 . Hiph. 172 P/TPn2K24 7 ;nDCrin 1K10 7 , etc.; Impf Ui c l"'pi"' Jos 23 13 +; juss. *V Gn 30 24 + ; *BV (bef. tone) Pr i 6 9 9 ; «|Di*i Is 7'°+ ; tjfy&l 1 S 18 29 ; 2 ms. ^0F Am 7 IS + ; juss. *iph Dtfl3«j t|Dta Jb 4 o 32 ; ^DiPi Pr 3 o 6 ; T?i« Ho i 6 + ; voIunt^iK 9" 1 ; S]p'k Dt i8 16 + Ez 5 16 (del. Co); HBDN 2 Si2 8 +prob.Dt32 23 (for MTHBDS); 3 mpl. PM* 1 K 19 2 ; 2 mpl. IS'pin Is i 5 + ; |1Sph Gn 4 4 23 +2t,; paptkl Ex 5 7 (per contr. 2 S 6 1 ^ 104 29 , cf. sub S|D«), etc.; Pt. pi. D^'DID Ne 13 18 ; Inf. cstr. TPi" Lv i 9 <*+ 3 t.;— 1. arfcZ ( = Qal), sq. acc. + ^ 2 K 20 6 Lv 5 1624 27" Nu 5 7 Jb 34 37 (Elihu), *6i 7 Pr^Ezs'^v. supr.), Ne i 3 18 + Dt 32 23 ; sq. acc.+ i> Gn 30 24 Pr 3 2 9"; sq. ace. + ?SiK io 7 (i.e. thou hast more wisdom and prosperity than is reported); sq. ace. -|-DN Pr io 22 ; cf. y fi m i rb yfa "■nsplm v 71 14 (i.e. increase); Vsb rWl 'Wk 1 ^3 i>P n03n ^JjlSpini Ec i"(|pn!3^n) (i.e. gain more); cf. a' (U *$"!«); inxian US? 'n LV19 25 (i.e. yield more); ipi'l

bap . . . mrvnN D^anJ) nibyb 3Nnx j k 1 6 3S 

(did more to provoke); add to, increase (sq. by), noobj.expr.wriNtsn-^y'n 2CI128 13 ; no^trby'n btr^ Ezr io 10 ; fttub P« vbv Ec 3 I4 (opp.yi?b), cf. Dt 4 2 i 3 1 1K12 1114 iCh22» 2Chio"- ,4 'Pr 30 6 i//ii5 14 ; sq. PS (no other obj. expr.) Ez23 14 ; =give in addition "b HSDNI 2 S 1 2 8 ; S7 I^TTP f I20 4 (||1p |fl?"np); esp. inphr. D^N ntry TQ IfOT H» (»!>) ^ ('") 1 S 3" «o may God do to thee and more also, 14 44 20" 25 s2 2S3' (H31 l!> IJW), V s5 19" 1 K 2 28 2 K 6 31 Rm"; subj. heathen gods 1 K 19 2 20 10 ; c. ace. )*px 'n add strength = grow stronger Jb 1 7 9 , cf. Pr i 5 9' Ec 1 1818 , also Is i 5 Pr 1 6 2 ' ; al so, where subj . different from indirect obj. Pr 1 o 57 {OV tfDV '"• T)ti~^), 1 9 4 2f > ;=midtiphj QW£tbx 023 DS^JTn Dti" cf. iCh2i s ; D"31 DO? OVn-bti ^t6n '1 t]pV1 Dipye nsp 2 s 24 s ; cf. aWtji ■vrtrta-rw * «ip s i "Jf^?? Jb 42 10 . 2. a. sq. iuf. (with or without f) add to do = do again or more (in Hex only JE & D); +-r)5> Gn 8 2121 18 29 37 s - 8 Ex io 29 14" Nu 25 ,5 Dt3 26 17 16 19 20 28 s8 Ju 9 37 20 28 1 S3 6 18 29 (increase), 2 3 4 2 7 4 (Kt), 2 8 2 12 5 s2 7 20 (inf. om. in || 1 Ch 1 7 I8 ), 1 4 10 1 8 M 2 K 2 4 7 Am 7 813 8 2 Is 8 5 io 20 23 12 51' 22 Na 2 1 Zp 3 u Je 31 12 Ez 36 12 + io 18 78 17 ; inf. om. Pr 19" 1 CIH7 18 ; liy om. G114 212 8 10 44 23 Ex 5 7 8 2S g 2834 io 28 Nu 2 5 ,9M Dti 3 12 18>«  2fi 3 Jos 7 12 23" Ju 2 21 3 12 4» io 613 13 1 20 2223 1 S 3 821 9 8 19 8 20 17 2S 3 34 7 10 24 1 2K2 I 8 Isi 13 7 10 24 20 Ho 9 15 13 2 Am 5 2 iCh 17 9 2 Ch 28 12 33 8 Jb 27 1 29 1 f 41 9 77 8 La 4 151622 Jon 2 5 ; inf. om. Ex 1 1 6 Dt 25 3 Jb 20 9 34 32 (Elihu), 38" 40 632 Jo 2 2 ; cf. also "li3J? 'n Nu 22 26 i.e. went on further. b. sq. Impf. c. •) (of past time) Gn 25 1 1 S 19 21 Est 8 3 Jb 36 1 (Elihu), Dn io 18 ; + Ti]7 Gn 3 8 5 Ju 1 1 14 1 Ch 14 13 . c. sq. Impf.asynd.(Ges il20 ' ,b ' 2b ) ^nx-ip* worn to is 47 1 - 5 ; niy wripaji tfam Pr 23 s5 ; ^rte" rvs-m orns niy f"uK to Ho i 6 ; Tiy p-tfr i|w xb is ga*. tpV m and Fipin 1 ; (t f 8i 6 v. Ges' 53 - 8 "- 7 ). 11.pr.n1. (A« adds, increases, v. rPBDV infr.; — on n.pr. loc. in Pal. Ysapara (Egypt. form, = t]Dl b>Vi) v. Mey ZAW "' 8 WMM A '° e ° ■■ k»"> p .i^_ 1> elder son of Jacob and Eachel; a. as an individual Gn 30 24 (name expl. v 23 (E) from e|DN = <a^e away, but v 24 (J) from 'lPJ add) +155 t. Gn, chiefly in narrative of JE, also poem 49 22 - 26 and, dependent on this, 1 Ch5 12 ; P only 35" ? 2a 4 j 46.46 46 19. 2 0.27 47 5.7.11 48 3. a l s0 Ex !*•«(?), v 8 1 3 19 Jos 2 4 32 (all E), 1 Ch 2 2 + 1 05 17 . t b. as founder of a tribal division T" HtSD ( =. Manasseh) Nu 13"; usu. / l , " 1 ?.a i 32 (=Ephraim), commonly = Ephraim and Manasseh 1 10 26 2837 34 s3 Jos 1 4 4 l6 i.4 1? .4.i6 lg u cf- 24 3 2 I Ch7 59 , but also of E. Jordan Israel (where half Manasseh settled) Nu 36WP *aa npp v 6 ; cf. npi^f? "too t33B> 'sn

s3 cf. 36 12 , and Jos 1 7 1 ' 2 ; 1' ri , 3 (Manasseh and 

Ephraim) 17 17 (so orig. v 14 ace. to Di), 18 5 Ju I****, occupying the great central region of Palestine ; 2 S 1 9 21 1 K 1 1 B ; ultimately = c. the northern kingdom Am 5" Zc io 6 (|| iTIin^ TVS); so npV alone Am 5 ,5 6 6 Dt 2 7 12 33 1316 Ob 18 '( || n*3 apjr), Ez 37 1619 47 13 48 s2 ; iDvi 3'py: >%& + 77 " ; TO* 1 ^ 78 67 (|| ^-?? ^). d.=entire nation ^8o 2 (||^OB»); 80«l5hj8l*(j«,) +2. a man of Issachar Nu 1 3 7 . + 3. a son of Asaph r Ch 2 5 29 . 1 4. one of those who took strange wives Ezr io 42 . tS. a priest Ne 12 14 . trPBD'V 1 n.pr.m. ('•< adds)— father of one of Ezra's companions Ezr 8 10 . t[ lD^] vb. discipline, chasten, admonish (Talm. J! "NBC 1 )! chastisement; but Aram. ID? is bind)— Qal Impf. 3 m. sf. T.f ?. Is 8" (Di De SS y&>

-w see Bo*" 03 Ew ,249d , but Thes MV Che al. Pi. Pf.); i s. sf. D1BS1 Ho io 10 (Ges 5 ™); Inf. abs. "ibj i Ch 15 22 (noun Ke, point as pt. 6t); Pt. ID* Pr 9 7 f 94 10 ; niff Je 17" Kt v. 1W ;— 1. admonish Is 8" (sq. sf. + n^v'? away from walk- ing, i. e. not to walk), Pr o 7 (|| D'pto). 2. in- struct, 1 Ch 15 22 . 3. discipline, of God Ho io 10 ^94 10 . Kiph. /to;;/ 13J? 1W Pr 29"; "»&}« Je 31 18 ; nDVI LV26 23 ; Zotb. f.'^Wn J e 6 8 ; mpl. 1~iD;n ^2 10 ;— (Niph. tolerat.,Ges >*•*), Ze< <we*«Z/ 6e corrected, admonished by words of man ^2'° Pr 29"; Ze< oneself be chastened by discipline of God Je 6 8 31 18 Lv 26 s3 . Pi. Pf.W 1K12" + 3 t.; sf. 'p-P! + 1 18 18 ; n?: la 28 s6 ; 3 f. sf. WQ£ Pr 3 1 » ; 2 m. WW ^ 39 12 Jb 4 3 , etc. + 8 t. Pf.;' ImpfB?. Dt 8°; 2 m. sf. «}»$ f 94", et«. + 5 t. Impfl; /miOS! Pn 9 18 29 17 ; sf. VW Je io 24 ; Inf. abs.^Bl f 1 1 8 18 ; cstr. TT)B: Lv 26 1 ' 8 ; sf. $$: Dt 4 36 ; P*. JQB.Ip Dt 8*;— 1. discipline, correct (the moral nature, with more or less severity ace. to circumstances) : a. of God, c. ace. Ho 7 15 (of training arms), Dt 4 s6 (v. Dr), 8 6 (Israel as son), Is 28 26 , happy the man "IBW i* 13iD"n ^94 12 , n8 1818 . b. of man.c.acc.Dt 8 5 Pr 19 18 29 17 (all of a father his son), Jb4 8 Pr 3 1 1 , ijr 16 7 my reins (the emotions of my own heart) correct, admonish me. 2. more severely, chasten, clmstise: a. of God, sq. ace. pers., Je 3 i 18 ; W-? I^JS^ + 6 2 3 8 2 ; 5]Ka bit DSt?J23 Je io 24 ; tiEEb^ 3o" = 46 28 ; by man Lv 26 1828 ; pp bv ninaim V'39 12 - *>• ° f man, a father his son Dt 21 18 ; elders a man Dt 22 18 (including, as perh. 2i 18 , bodily chastisement) ; a king his subjects D'B^a and &X3&9 1 K 1 2 1M4 = 2 Ch io 1114 . c. 'qnyT T?.D-? Je 2 19 thy badness will chastise thee. XTithp. Pf.rfJ} Ez 2 3 48 (for ViErtn? Ges» ME - 7 ); pass, be disciplined, corrected. Hiph. Impf. 1 s. sf. DTp;S(Ew 51s,c ,but error for D^ Bb^'SS), c. ace. chasten Ho 7 12 . iTiD 1 ] a.m. one who reproves, fault- finder, "n!P nB'-DV 3*lf] Jb40 2 sAaZ/ a reprover contend with Shadday 1 tlDTO n.m. rrl5M discipline (of the moral nature), chastening, correction; — 'd Je 2 30 + 31 t. (Ez 5 16 del. Co); cstr. 1DW Dt 1 1 2 + 14 1. (for Jb 1 2 28 see nDN); sf. np'» Pr 8'°; 11D1D Is "; enpb Jb 33 16 (for trjpo Di BS) ;—duci- pline, correction, of God, Dt 1 1 2 "1MD the discipline of (of Y.'s wonders, as exercising a disciplinary, educating influence upon Israel, cf. Dr);' D np^Jei7 ! '32 3S 35»Zp3 2 - 7 ;f5o 17 Jb33 1 «  36 10 ; »n©i>3 'O the correction of (i.e. which lead- eth to) my shame Jb 20 3 . b. ttn )>J? D^3n 'D the discipline of unreal gods is wood (is like them- selves, destitute of true moral force) Je io 8 ; Ez 5 16 =warnm</ example^) Ew Sm (|| nDDB>; del. © Co), c. in Proverbs, discipline in the school of wisdom : 'DI nosn i 2J 23 s3 ; 110311 'O discipline of wisdom 1 5 s3 ; bfe'n 'd i 3 ; '0 rWDMl 6 s3 ; 1J? ' B ? , " 1 ??n 2^'ap2)ly thy mind to discipline; '» bp 1 g 2 "; 'D npb i 3 8 10 2 4 32 (cf. Je supr.); T)p '■O 23 s3 ; "O JJDB 1 8 s3 19 27 ; 'D "1CB> io 17 ; 'd 3i1K 12 1 ; '03 ptnn 4 13 ; the reverse 'D SOS? 5 12 ; JPB 'D 13 19 15 32 ; 'O TO i 7 ; '0 pK3/or Zac& o/cZis- cipftwe S 23 (II ttlpIK 3n3); r6'N cbwj 'D 16 25 Z/te discipline of fools is folly ; of paternal dis- cipline, correction, Pr. I 8 4 1 13 1 . 2. more severely, chastening, chastisement : a. of God, fW '» Pr 3 11 chastening of Yahweh; *& "O Jb 51 7 ; <JTD» Is 26 16 ; ^f Wqbf 'O Is 53 6 cfowrfige- ment of (i.e. leadingto)owr peace was upon him; 'D npb Je 2 30 5 3 7 s8 ; nj=« '» J e 30 14 chastisement of a cruel one, MT, but rd. 'X 1DM3 mie 7 . a/bw- tisement, Gf and esp. Gie ; Q^b 19 »JM Ho 5 s 7 a»t a chastisement for them all. b. of man, Pr 15 6 23 13 ; 'D 'nne' 13 24 ; 'D tSSK' 2 2 16 ; ^N 'D 7 s2 chastisement of a fool ; V "ip^D 15' grievous chastisement. [iDfel v. ip«3. X? 11 v. sub nj?< ; J*3y: v. sub J»3V- ny vb. appoint (NH id., appoint, assign, esp. of acquiring or designating as wife ; Aram. id.; Ar. £cj promise, threaten, predict, in. appoint a time or place; perh. As. ac^M, decide, M-A 17 Dl HWB!al, ; Ph.n.pr.linDCN)— Qal Pfef. h^ 2 S 20 5 ; «^J Ex 2i 8 + 2 t.; /top/ 3 m.sf. ™^V" Ex 2 1 9 : — appoint, a time 2 S 20 5 ; place Je47 7 ; a rod Mi6 9 ; assign or designate as concubine Ex 2 1 99 (JE). Niph. Pf. WJ?" Ex 2S 22 ; ^T# Ex 29*; pi. , ny> f 48 s Nu io 34 ; "Vis Am'3 3 ; Impf.1%* Ex 29 42 +3 t.; 3 pi. "V;?! Jos 1 1 5 Jb 2"; 1 pi. iyu Ne 6 10 ; ffj^ v 2 ; Pfc pi tr"^3 Nu i4* + 3 t.; 0'"!^ 16 11 ';— 1. reflexive, meet at an appointed place, with* p, of Yahweh meeting Moses at the Tent of ' Meeting' Ex 29 42 - 43 30 36 (P); at the throne of the Kappo- reth 25 s2 30 6 Nui7 19 (P). 2. meet by appoint- ment Am 3 3 Jb 2 11 ; with 3 of place Ne6 2 ; ?K of place v 10 . 3. gather, assemble by appointment, kings for a campaign (abs.) Jos 1 1 6 (D), ^ 48 s ; 417 with ?&, unto Moses Nu io 4 (P); to the door of the tent of meeting v 3 (P); with ->y, unto Solomon iK8 f =2Ch5 l ; against Yahweh Nu 1 4 s6 1 6" 27 s (P). Po'el Pf. i s. *rtf> (for MT *qffl>) i S 2 1 3 sq. ace. pers. + ^K of place, ace. to © We Dr Kit Bu. Hiph! Impf. 'D TJjt* Je50 44 =W^ 'D 49 19 =: ,| 3Tyii <D Jb 9 19 v)ho will make me meet him at the appointed place (of judgment) 1 i.e. who will summon or arraign me 1 Hoph. Pi. ^sb DHJUD Je 24 1 6e set, placed be/ore; ni"iyD TpJD HJN Ez2i 21 whither thy face is set.

1 W n.f. congregation (prop, company 

assembled together by appointment, or acting concertedly) — 'y Nu l6 2 +85 t,; cstr. rny Ex i2 3 +52t.; sf. 'rny Jb 1 6 7 + 9 1. sfs.;— l.SprSj ^82' congregation of El, of company of angels (llDV^K 3np3); B^ 'y 7 8 congregation of peoples; E , i? , ' : !S 'V i 6 congregation of the righteous; || DT^J 1.D ,u»; || fop Pr 5"; ^Jr- 5 ? Jb 16 7 (of Job's circle of dependents) ; in a bad sense, D^O 'V company of evil doers ^22 17 ; D'S^y'y 86"; «13n 'y Jb 15 34 ; rnp "S company of Korah Nu 26' 27 s (P), so imy, ^rny l6 5.6.n.i6 1? 5 ^ and nyy 26 , 273 ^. ffV3K 'y ^ io6 17 , cf. v 18 . 2.'of animals "2 , T?« ^68 31 (fig. of nobles); Dnitt 'y J u I4 « «  swarm of bees. 3. elsewhere of Israel Ho 7 12 DJ Piy : i-e. the whole assemblage of them ; 1K8 1 ( = 2 Ch 5 6 ) Tr my fo of those gathered to Sol. ; 1 2 20 myn of assembly at Shechem ; Je 6 18 (text very dub.); Irny 3 o 20 of restored people ; ^jrny f74 2 (Ihniru D3B>); elsewhere in P, except possibly Nu 20" (R), in technical sense, of the company of Israel of the Exodus, the congrega- tion ( 1 1 5 t.), esp. in the phrases tflW 'y Nu 2 7 17 31" Jos 22 1617 ; +fo-ib"'y Ex i 2 '« 19 « Lv 4 13 Nu 16 9 32* Jos 22 1820 ; fi^b" 93 'y Ex 16 1 " 910 17 1 jgU* Lv l6 s I9 2 (H), Nu i 2M 8 9 - 20 i 3 2 « ,«" i5 25 - 26 i7 6 i9 9 25 6 26 2 27 20 3 i 12 Josi8 l 22 I2 ;nnyn Lv8 4 + 2 9 t.(cf. Ju2o" 21 10 ); 'yrrfo Lv8 3 + 33 t. (cf. Ju2i 13 ); t'y(H) WbO ;w i MCM «,/ tAg congregation~Exi6^ NU4 34 i6 2 3i 13 32 2 Jos 9 1518 22 s "; IS tNfrfrfy Ex 3 4 3 '; W 'Jfl «fcfo. s 0/ t"fo congregation Lv 4 1S (cf. Ju 21 16 ); fl12N 'inn 'yn Nu 3 1 26 . njno fjris n.m V-102. 14 appointed time, place, meeting ; 'o Ex 9 5 4- 1 83 t. ; njfo Dt 3 1 10 ; Vryto Nu 9 2 + 2 t.; inyb La 2 6 +3 t. + 5 t. sfs.; pi. O'lKiD Dn i2 7 +6 t. ; DHyb Zc 8 19 1 Ch 2 3 31 ; ninyio 2 Ch 8"; cstr. Hjnb Lv 23 J + 6 t.; Vffib Lv2 3 "; sfs. v ?y;,BEz44 24 '; 03Hyb Nu l5 3 +6t. sfs.; — tZ. aj>]>oinled time: a. in general with prefix ?, at an or the appointed time Gni8 14 Ex 1 3'° (J), Ex 23 16 34 18 Jcs 8' 4 (all JE), Gn 1 7" 2 1 3 (P), 1 S 9 24 1 3 8 (after -m insert either ION © X or Db> Dr), v 11 2 K 4 1617 Hb 2' Dn 8™ n 2 " 9 -"*. in 'DP a< i7»e <t»ie appointed with David 1 S 20 35 (Thes SSplace appointed); c. prefix 3 H02" Lv2 3 4 Nu 9 2 - 3 - 713 2 8 2 (P) ; c. ft? 2 S20 6 ; 19 ny ny

16 wwto the time appointed (but dub., v. Dr); 

c. vbs. 'e Nl ^ 102 14 ; 'D npb 75 3 ; 'o D*b> Ex 9 s (J); 'en ->vjyn Je 46 17 ; the stork 'd nyp Je 8 7 knows her appointed time; "7DKV 'd Dt 1 6" time of thy going forth (from Egypt). b. in par- ticular (cf. Ex 13'" 23 15 34 18 ), sacred season, RV usu. set feast or appointed season (wider than SO, which was only a feast celebrated by a pil- grimage), '» (iO<) DV day(s) of appointed season (i.e. festivals) Ho 9 5 12 10 La &*; sg. indef. i 4 ; of the feast of booths Dt3i 10 ; || T& Win jn H02 13 ; Ty0 La2 6 ; usu. pi. ,T,,T 'o LV23 2 - 4 - 37 - 44 (P), 2 Ch 2 3 Ezr 3 s ; with sfs. referring to '» Lv 2 3 2 (P); '»3Nui 5 3 2 9 39 (P), E Z3 6 38 4 6 9 ; nnp 'd c% o/owr «&Z«mni<i«8(sacred seasons) Is 33 20 ; a"3,D'Di» Zc8 19 ; |[niri3E'Ez44 24 ; || D'EHn Isi 14

Ch 23 s1 2 Ch 8 13 31 3 Ne io 34 ; || D*jn Ez 46"; 

D'Bhn D'jn Ez 45 17 ; || D3Bhn ^K"l Nuio'°(P). — Notes. It is most probable that in Gn i 14 (P), where 'O || nhk, the reference is to the sacred seasons as fixed by the moon's appearance ; and so also 'tb m* nb>y he made the moon for sacred seasons ^ 104 19 , although many Lexx. & Comm. refer these to the seasons of the year. — 1]nnb 'Xm DHyiD Dn 1 2 7 for a set time, times, and a l M tf='S appointed times = half the prophetic week of years, cf. Br " p «"_ ' Dri n« ^ax'l they ate throughout the sacred season (of Massoth)

Ch 30 22 AV RV, but Thes SS Be Ke Ot they 

ate the offerings of the sacred season; © ^>3?1 . 2. appointed meeting: 'D"?^ 'D JV3 Jb 30 23 house of meeting for every living (of She'ol) ; 'D ,N 1i? Nu 1 6 2 (P) ca'fet/ to the assembly = ^IP "iyn ; 'D 'i?y Nip La I 15 called a festal meeting against me; 'D 3ip3 V' 74 4 in the midst of thine assembly; ^D nn I 8 14™ mount of meeting or assembly (of the gods; the mountain of the gods in the extreme noith, the oriental Olympus, Persian Alborg, Hindu Meru, Babylon. Aralli, cf. Len 0^ ' l! ' nesll ' cb • l, ). 3. appointed place: a. the temple, || i3b/ La 2 6 , 'DO >?« afflicted (and driven) ./rom rt« place of assembly Zp3 18 (cf. Br MF22! ). b. synagogues, pN? Np^O^| aZJ e e -ryra

rthv tlie appointed jrfaces of El in the land ty 74 8 = ~IJ?1 IT 1 ? Sota 9 16 . 4. appointed sign, signal, Ju 20 38 . 5. "IJfiO ?nk tent of meeting (of God with his peop'e: see 1^ Niph. 1); the sacred tent of the Exodus (see ?nK 3) Ex 33'-' Nu 1 2 4 Dt 3 1 "■" (E), Nun 11 (J); oft. in P, as Ex 2 7 21 2 9 4 Lv I 13 Jos 18 1 19 81 , etc. (131 t.); elsewhere only 1 S 2 Kb (om. ©), 1 K 8 4 =2 Ch 5 6 , 1 Ch 6 17 9 s ' 2 3 M 2 Ch I 3613 . '[l^iDJ n.[m.] appointed place(of soldier in army); pl.sf. Vljfe i.e. his ranks Is 14", so Thes S3 RVm Ew De Che Dr Du ; his places of assemblage Di ; at his appointed times E,V. TrP1^2 n.f, 'tSH 'Hlf cities appointed (for refuge) Jos 20 9 (P). trVJJTO n.pr. (^meeting with Tali) — 1. m. Levite, cotemp. Ezra Ezr 8 s3 . 2. f. a prophetess hostile to Nehemiah Ne 6". YT3P Qr, , »yT« Kt n.pr.m. 2 Ch 9 M v. ft? sub liy. tl?^/ vb. sweep together (with collat. idea of carrying away) (Ar. ^j is collect, gather) — Qal Pf. njn consec. Is 28 17 subj.TIS c. ace. (an nppiD '3 n'yi). t[3T] n.[m.] shovel (X J " X Ex 27 s )— pi. n'JPn Ex 3 8 3 + 7 t.; V% 2f;— utensils for cleaning altar, sliovels Ex 2f 3 38 s Nu 4" (all P), 1 K 7 4045 2 K 25 14 2 Ch 4 1116 Je 52 18 (only in lists of utensils). tWcr, l wy.> ^f^F tt-pr-m- 1. iwiP son of Zerah 1 Ch 9 6 , © Et7«,X, A ©L I«jA. 2. <WP : a. a companion of Ezra Ezr 8 13 , ©L l«vX. b. a chief of the Reubenites 1 CI15 7 , © IcoijX. c. Levites, © IwijX, I«?;X, etc. : (1) 1 Ch 15 19 " 16" 2 Ch 20 14 ; (2) 2 Ch 35 9 . d. one of those who took strange wives Ezr 1 o 4:l , © iar,, I«ijX, etc. 3. f*oy> Kt, V$P Qr : a. man of Gibeon, ancestor of Saul 1 Ch 9 s5 , © IijX, Ie(t)i?X. b. one of David's heroes n 44 , © (t)«a, A@L Itt^X. c. the "*to (q.v.) of King Uzziah 2 Ch26", © Iei>;X. d. a Levite 29 13 A ©L I«i,X. yij 4 v. sub pv ; "Yiy 1 v. sub Tiy. anii" v. is:. BJV v. sub W. I [T^] vb. only Niph. Pi. as adj. (precise mng. dub.; Ar. [el is give a nod or sign, then command, whence Heb. might have meaning nodding, making signs (not intelligibly speak- ing), so Hi — Che barbarous, De 'ungeberdig' — which context favours, or arrogant; Thes prop. durus, saeims, and comp. Tfy) — in phr. TV13 DJ) Is 33 19 a barbarously) people, of foreign invader. Wty, lrrny v. sub rw. "rtS^ v. sub nty. t [iO^] vb. cover ; — only Qal Pf. 3 ms. rf. "iuy; npvf hp? is 6i 10 (||i*fc-nj? '}?*$?)» but cf. ney. ' "Vy v. sub -iiy. ti.' V v. sub e>iy. JSyj v. sub py.

1. [7^] vb. only Hiph. profit, avail, 

benefit;— Hiph. Pf. ^yft Hb 2 18 ; Impf ^f** Je2 n +2t.; 5"3fk Jb 35 3 ; ^ iSi2 2, + 6t.; 6?1» Je2 8 12 13 ; ^yi^Is57 12 ; ^ Jb 2 i 16 ; Inf. abs. ^yin Je 23 s2 ; cstr. ^?ft 7 8 + 4 t.; Pt. ^tfio 16 19 : — profit, avail, benefit, always (exc. Jb 30 13 where in bad sense, Is 47 12 ) c. neg., or in ques- tion implying neg.; esp. of idcls or false gods (as unprofitable), so Hb 2 18 IS44 910 57 12 Je 2 8 i3^n ifop t6 nns, v" ^yv vtbz TKp "won, 16" i^yiD D3 fm, 1 S 12 21 , of vain confidences Je 7 s , or promises 2 3 3232 (sq. ?); of Egypt as ally Is 30 s (sq. ?), v 5 - 6 ; of wickedness Pr io 2 ; wealth 1 i 4 - worthless men Jb 30 13 (v*^ VlJD? i. e. pro- mote it); of words Jb I5 3 (|| fao) & "CH); in gen. gain profit Is 47 12 48 17 Je i2 13 Jb 21 15 35 s . ' rHNjh' 1 n.pr.m. (perh. from '"'"vy^ may he avail f — one of David's heroes 1 Ch 1 2 8 (Baer ; v 7 van d. H). II. (}J (A>f foil.; Ar. Ji: eminuit, pro- minuit; v. ascend, Kam Frey). t L ['?T] n.[m.] mountain-goat (NH id.; X $W„ Syr. JLil; Ar. J*J, jij ; As. ia'ilu Dl s ■ (but Hpt BA8 '• 170 , Jager ,b - «») ; Eth. OJ-01: v. Hom^ 8280 )— T'Z. D^^ V i°4 ,8 (ll D , ??? ; ); *?» /4 n 1S24 3 ; vbp-^bj?: jb 39 1 (|| ni^»K ; c f. i. nby:). f 11. ^j." n.pr.f. wife of Heber the Kenite, slayer of Sisera Ju 4 1,

24 , prob. also v 6 

(others find here name of a man, a 'judge'), fi. [rhvi] n.f. = 1. fy (female); — n^K •n n^>y;i Duns p r 5 19 fig. of wife. vhy

fn. N7J^, TY7V2. n.pr.m. liead of a family of returning exiles, *ty* Ne 7 M =n;>JF Ezr 2 66 . 07JT v. sub D^y. < i. }J^ prep, and conj. v. sub I. my. ii. TV in J5£ nj"! 2 S24 6 v. supr. p. 193. UP (Vof foil.; ace. to Ges Ew 00A im - N °- * Aram. ^ vl, |i *vl avidus, cupidus ; hence 1"I3 >yy* = daughter of greed, of ostrich as voracious bird; but Wetzst ^ Jb "• " = daughter of the desert or steppe, from aj_cj AarcZ, unproductive «oi7/ cf. the Arab, name ujl^ai y father of the plains.) T [jy*'] n. [m.] ostrich (i. e. voracious one f) ;— only pi. abs. 131?? D"1V *3 La 4' Kt; Qr n'3^3. t PCST n.f. greed (?) ;— only in fUJPrrna Lv ii 16 DtTi 4 15 ; njjrrtJ? Mi i 8 +5 t.;— ostrich, (vid. VT supra); as wailing (sim. of mourning) Mi i 8 (||D , ?R); symbol, of loneliness Jb 30 29 (X nh 5/1.1 D»?n? «TWI ns) ; of desolation, as dwelling among ruins Is 1 3 2 ' 34 13 (|| D'?!?), Je 50 39 ; dwelling in desert Is 43 20 (|| D^fl); unclean fowl Lvii 16 Dti4 16 . "W n.pr. v. sub n:y. f I. [H,!^] vb. be weary, faint (Ar. ijiij rim and shew weariness) — Qal Pf. '3JH consec. Je5i 58M ; Impf*y IS40 28 ; tyU^*; «*£ 40 30 ; W^ v 31 Je 2"; *$ Hb 2 13 ;— 6e or grow weary Je 2 M (in seeking) ; = exhaust oneself fruitlessly Hb 2" ( || yr), hence Je 5 i 5864 (repeated by error from v 58 ); of (neg.) Is 40 28 ( || yj') j youth 40 30 (|| id.); the god-fearing v 31 (|| id.); be faint from lack of water 44 12 ( || 03 fX from hunger). Hoph. Pt. wearied Dn 9 21 ^3 H|0 (v. SJjJ). TF|y^ adj. weary, faint; — always as subst., exc. Ju 8 15 D'ys>n f^M (of physical fatigue from lack ofbread); IS*? 2 S 16 2 (from lack of drink); of mind and spirit Is 40 29 (|| D^iK p«), 50 4 . TF|J n _ »■[»»■] weariness, faintness (Ara- maism, ace. to Lag BNm ); — 1^3 ^yp weary vnth weariness, utterly weary Dn 9 21 (from winged flight, said of Gabriel). II. HJ' (■/ of following; cf. Ar. Aju ascend a mountain, xju hill). ' [pEV^Fi] n.f. eminence ; of towering T horns (1 v. Di) & DN") nayins Nu 23 12 24 s , sim. of strength of Israel ; of peaks i? Dnn nisyin f 95 4 (Unjr^W). of silver Jb 22 K 1D3 'H? TVByifl, very dubious, perhaps heaps or 6ar* (ingots). t jJ vb. advise, counsel (only twice in Hex) (Aram. By* ; Ar. laij exhort, admonish) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. Hi: Is 7 s + 1 1 1. ; )•£ 1 4 27 + 2 t.; sf ^ ^ 1 6 7 ; FIX JP Is 2 3 9 + inxr Baer 2 Ch 1 o 8 ; 3 pi. ttj£ V 62 s ; sf. W$n 1 K'i2 s + 2 t. (inch

( h io 9 ,Baer Vȣ), etc."; /mp/. nxy/N ^ 32 s 

(01 Che ^jTK); Tf^ Ex 18 19 Nu' 2 4' 4 (not elsewhere Hex), Je 38 15 , cf. also foregoing ; qsy* 1 K i 12 ; Pt.act.yV}" Is 3 3 + 9 t.; etkr.ft Na i ll ,r5?i*2Si5 12 ;^xyiMi4 9 ;pl.D7yiJbi2 17 +

t.; D'Xy* Ez 1 1 2 ; cstr. ^ Is 1 9" + 2 t., etc.; 

fs.sfjFIXyi* 2 Ch2 2 3 ; Pd.^ass.f.nxw; Isi 4 26 ;— advise, counsel, c. ace. Is32 7s 23 s (subj. ) Mi 6 5 ; sq. ^3 Na i 11 7 5 (sq. ^ = against), i9 is (sq.i<£), 23 s (sq. id.), Hb 2 10 (sq. p); oft. c. ace. cogn. 2 S 16 23 17 7 Ez ii 2 ; sq. ?N against Je 49 20 50' 5 (in both of '"); sq3y a^aim** 49 30 Is l9 17 (of '"); cf. pass. pt. Is 14 26 ; c. ace. cogn. -f-sf. pers. 1 K I2 s.i2.i3 2 Q n io s. c _ acc p erg 2 S 1 7 15 ^ 16' Ex " Nu 24" ( + rel. cl.) Je 38 15 ; abs. (of '") Isi4 24 (c. adv. ntsto), v 27 ; of man 2 S 17" (DNT31 riNf3), v 21 (H33 + i»y) ; sq. inf. f 62 s 2 Ch 25 16 (of D'nps); sq. cl. without connective 2 S 1 7 11 ; sq. neon jfy Jb 2 6 3 ;— M'V ybv nxy'x ^ 32 s (v. supr.). — .ft. ac<. as subst. = counsellor, king's adviser2Si5 12 iCh2 7 33 2Ch2 2 4 25 ,6 Ezr7 28 8 55 Is 19"; so fem. 2 Ch 2 2 3 ; prob. also 1 Ch 27 s2 (|| iSiDI |"3D (N«); c f. Mi 4 9 ,alsoIsi 26 (II D*DBb), Jb 12 17 (|| t'<i.); — in these three, of importance for people ; so also Is 3 s Pr 1 1 4 = 24"; cf. Jb 3", and particularly J*)?^ N?9 Is 9 s wonder of a counsellor, of the ideal ruler predicted. More generally, counsellor, adviser Pr 15 22 ; ??2'3 'V 1 Ch 26 14 (specific reason for title unknown); '$?' DW Pr 12 ™;=prophet Is 41 28 , nearly =agents (hired by adversaries of Judah) Ezr 4 s . Niph. (reflex, or recipr.) Pf. H>iJ Is 40"; 1XJJ13 ^ 71 10 83 s ; Impf. r^?l 1 K i2 B + iot.; IXy;^ L145 21 ; XS$V!i 2Ch3o a ; OXJjy Ne6 7 ; Pi." pi. D'Xyi3

K 1 2 6 + 4 t.; — consult together, exchange coun- 

sel, of king with advisers, sq. "ns 1 K I2 6 ' 8 =

Ch io 68 ; and so of Is 40"; sq. ~b« 2K6' 

2Ch20 21 ; sq.Dy iChi3'2Ch32 3 ; abs. consider

K 12 28 2 Ch 25 17 30 2 ; cf. 1 K 12 6 (sq. inf.) = 
Ch 1 o 6 , 1 K 1 2 9 (sq. Impf. + 1 subord.)= 2 Ch 

k e 2 rrcy 420 ~W io 9 ; in gen. consult, take counsel, abs. Pr 13' ; VW£ + 7 i'» Ne6 7 Is45 sl ; sq. HIT 3^ (with heart together) yjr 83 s nearly ■=■ determine,, sq. inf. 2 Ch 30 23 . t Hithp. Impf. »JW y, 83* conspire against, sq. ^ (||^> "liD IDnjp). tn^y n.f. counsel, advice (=nxy£)) — 'y Ju T 20 7 +28 t.; cstr. nSJJ Is 5 u + 33 t.; sf. Vgft Pr 1^ + 5 t. ( + Is 46 11 Qr; Kt WXy better); invy ,/, 20 5 73 s4 ; taxy Ho io 6 + 7 t. (incl. Is 46 10 Kt v. supr.); Dnxy Je I8 23 4- 4 t.; pi. niX? Dt 3 2 ffl +2t.; ^jTISJ! Is 4 f*;— counsel, advice 2Si5 s,S4 16 2323 17 »■"■"•» iKi2 813M = 2 Ch io 81314 , 2 Ch 22 s 25 16 Ezr 10 s (where id. "ilK 'V Eeuss Ry), v 8 Jb 29 21 ; political consultation Is 47 13 ; as ace. cogn. 2 S 17 7 I K i ls Is 8 ]0 Ez 11 2 (jn-riVJ?, || JIN); c. 13H give counsel Ju 20 7 2 S i6 M ; 'V N'an is 16 3 ; 'y nbj> 3o ] ; T3?3 nixy n^x f i 3 3 ;= design, purpose Ezr 4* Ne 4° 1 Ch 1 2 20 (Baer), f 14 6 20 5 Je 18 23 (sq. ^5? = against), 49 30 (||n3B>riD); D>irnsy : ^ 33 10 ; suitable counsel for war (=generalship) 2K i8 20 =Is 36* (cf. Pr 20 18 infr.); also t&V nxg Zc 6" counsel of peace; practical wisdom, sagacity Is 19 3 , cf. v' Je 19 7 Dt 32 s8 (|| flJO"!), Ho io 6 . Esp. in WisdLt and proph.; counsel=^good counsel, wisdom Jb38 2 42' Pr 1 2 15 20 5 (its seat ^tT^a); || n;e*m p r 8" Is 28* 1 (of '») ; || neon j e 49 7 ; II neon and njnap Jb 12 13 Pr 21 30 ; II'idid i 9 s » ; || nibnn 2 o 18 (cf. Is 3 6 6 supr.); D^na? 'y Jb 5 "; mra'T'y nn isn 2 (||nr:» nosn ■*»)• &, a rty counsel CS3 'y p r 27'; counsel of wisdom, when wisdom is personif. Pr i 25 - 30 (|| nrDlPl); i n bad sense D'yeh 'y Jb io 3 21" 22" i/r i 1 , cf. Jb 18 7 f 106 43 Is 29 15 ; of plan of '♦; '1 'y ^ 33" Pr 19 21 Is 1 9 17 1 4 26 (nx*.yn 'yn), 25 1 46» B ; btrto* irnp 'y 5"; also Mi 4" Je 32 19 (nxyri hs), 49 20 50" V' 106 13 ; jivJ? 'y ^ 107 11 ; instruction, guiding wisdom of '« ^73 24 ; inxyT^N i.e. counsellor of* Is 40"; in fig. f|? ^ N irn 9 u = my coun- sellors, said of testimonies of God ;=]>rop}ie.cy, rsubo 'y is 44 s6 (|| tioj ■«*) ; d'?j:?o 'y i3t«n Ez 7 M (cf. 1 K 12 8 ; || f'irn, m'in), rjsno j e 18 18 (|p^, rnta). T[n!!y'iEj n.f. counsel, plan, principle, device ;— pi. abs. rfjfgb Pr 2 2 20 (|| nffj) in good sense ; in bad sense nixyiD J e 7 24 (|| Da!> nrne> jnri); Drrnixyb Ho n 6 f 5"; Dnviixyjo ^8i 13 ; orrnxyb p r i* 1 ; Driixyb Mi 6' 6 . npsr, rtipyi v. sub apy. IE?: v. m. I. »>n (v^of foil.; Ar.^cj is 6« rugged, of mountain, etc., be difficult ; ]&. rough or difficult place, mountain). < fi. ">3£ n.m. s^ 8 wood, forest, thicket (MI 21 pi. pjpn (=n.pr.loc.?); Ph.njr and T, cf. DHM in MV™ 983 ; Aram. *$!, JUJ wood, (Atafcrty As. drw D1 BWB230 , cf. Jager BA81 ' 476 )— abs.iy: is 7 2 +; y% Mi 3 > 2 +; c. n loo. irgg Jos 17 15 ; cstr. ij?: 2S 18 6 ; iTiy? Je 4 6 iB , etc.; pi. nH% Ezr 2 S5 +4 t. (incl. Ez 34 26 Qr, so Co); nhy^ 1^29'; — a. wood, forest, wooded height, with trees to be felled Jos 17 15 (c. rbv go up to), v 18 (J), Dt 19 5 (not elsewhere Hex); in-13 nyn? yy. Je io 13 as wood out of a forest he liath cut it ; D'ly'rriD 13DIT Ez 39 10 (mfc-n-JD D'Sy in || el.) ; as producing trees Q1V. Q™ "W Ec 2 6 ; in designation of Solomon's palace fi^n iy: n*J 1 K 7 2 (on structure of this house v. Sta 6 * lomo,B " ,,,!n ' ZAW1883 - M ), io 17 - 21 =2 Ch 9 16M ; of.T^J0 n*f Is 22 8 ; fig. of foes to be cut down and destroyed ^aap sj@3 iyn Isio 34 ; FTjp in-13 Je46 23 ; so IS32 19 and nisan ny Zc 1 i 2 (rd. Kt iWan inaccessible forest). b. as hiding-place for fugitive 1 S22 6 ; lurking- place of wild beasts Am 3 4 Mi 5 7 2 K 2 24 Je 5 s 1 2 8 Is 56" f 50 10 80 14 104 20 , cf. Ez 34 25 (rd. Qr, v. supr.) c. stripped by voice of ** yjr 29'; de- voured by fire Is 9 17 ("n 'aap ; fig. of the people); so in metaph. or sim. of V| judgments Is io 18 (iny: liaa, fig.of Assyr.), Je2i 14 Ez2i 23 (v.infr.) yjf 83 16 . d. opp. ?Cna. (garden-land)Is2g" 32*; but also i?p-}3 1R At's garden woodland 2 K 19 s8 =Is 3 7 24 , and ^on? Tjina. iy: Mi 7 14 (secluded and fertile abode for flock, fig. of people, v. Che; Hi-St thinks of sacred grove). e. = thicket, esp. as symbol of desolation Ho 2 14 ; "IV nioa thicket-covered heights (overgrown with bushes andtrees)Mi3 12 =Je26 18 ; also 33J» "iyja I S 2i 1! in the thicket (or bushes, so VB) in Arabia must ye lodge, caravans of Dedanites. f. "W") *"5? trees of the forest Is 7 2 (in sim.), io 19 (??. "IN^ hp., fig.), 44 14 Ez 15 2 , also v 6 (">Vn YH), Ct'2 3 (in sim.); fig., as singing before V' 96 l2 = 1 Ch 16 s1 , Is 44 s3 (ia YT^) IV). g. particular forests are : DnsN ny< 2 S 18 6 , see D^BK p. 68 supr.; cf. v 18 - 17 (v. also J0S17 1618 ); nnn ny: z s 22 5 (v. supr.); fiJaJ) "iy: (v.. supr.); 3JJ .TIB'n iy^ and ffin iy: Ez 21 23 (v. supr.) fig! 'of Judah (land and people); v. also D»1fl infr.— ^If ^ 132 6 is a n.pr.loc. (but Bae thinks appellat. 'auf waldigem Gefilde'), v. D"")?] my. On 1 Sh 26 - 26 , v. ii.iy— omy Ez 34" Kt, rd. W}y) Qr, v. supr. II. "l,!^ (/of following; meaning dubious ; MV identif. with I, from roughness and porous- ness^) of honeycomb, cf. Buhl. < j-n. "1J*^ n. [m.] honeycomb, — abs.^Jf! iS

2526 ; sf. ^V- Ct 5 1 ; — honeycomb, containing 

honey 1 S 14 25 (where rd. ffjfcl ♦^T^j .TH T£) with © We Dr Kit in Kau AT , instead of v. as in MT); TR-T^J DVn ifajl 1 S 14 26 (|| Ban v 25 ) and «/A«)i <A« peopU came to the honeycomb behold its bees had departed (v. ® We Dr Kit VB); WTB? '"!?- ,r ^ 3 ? Ct 5 1 ; v. also 1. ffljp. j- 1. [rpy]] n.f. honeycomb, only cstr. ni^- e^n 1 s 1 4*7 (v. 11. -iy).— nnjp v . 1. T- j-n-my n.pr.m. a descendant of Saul 1 Ch 9 42,42 , prob. corrupt, v. illfin; p. 221 supr. tD-rW "H?P n.pr.m. father of Elhanan S21" (=">V t 1 Ch 20 5 ); 'K prob. scribal err. anticipating 'K in foil, line (We Dr), and , "?- error for "PJJ (We) q. v. sub "liy. ta^y. n.pr.mont. only B^JJpn Jos 15 10 (® ir6iv lap«.v), where explained as=fvD3 (@ Xa<r(a)a>v), mod. Kesla, NE. of Beth Shemesh, cf. Rob 88 " 50 " 11 "- 164 .— Q , ~V! rry v. sub nnp. rr'ahy v. sub cny. t : v— : — "<ta£ "w, ^to! v. nfc»y. rTHO" 1 v. sub ma. t [nD 1 ] vb. be fair, beautiful (NH id. Pi. and deriv.; Aram. Aph. o^o/'is suffice, finish, fail ; cf. Aram. ]|a (PS 3015 ) beautiful, fit, No * 172 CAnm. G JJ[- offmann -]LCB 1882. 321. Ar ^- y^ perform; Eth. h(D<Lf: II. 2, ^n - e (entirely) over to, into power of, Di 949 )— Qal Pf. >V2} Ctf; WJ 4 10 7 2 ; 7m^/. 2 fs. *B'Jjn (Ko**"- 1 - 681 ) Ezi6 13 ; 3 ms. apoc. T?) 31'; — be beautiful, suhj. pers. Ct4 I0 7 7 ; of feet v 2 ; of Jerus. under fig. of woman Ez 16"; Egypt under fig. of tree 3 1 7 . Pi. Impf. 3 ms. sf. WB!| Je io 4 beautify an idol. The (Fe'al 'al t) Pf. form ^.30 JVBJB' DIN ^45' is contrary to all anal.: rd. either

«j B i 

JTBJ or ^Vf) Ges' B - 8 Sta' 1MB Now (Kb ,aB '- defence is artificial) : thou art more bautiful than, etc. Hithp. Impf. 2 fs. ^nn beautify thyself J e 4 s0 . t nEp adj . fair, beautiful ; — m. abs. ns; 2 S i4 B + 4t; cstr. HEP Gn3 9 8 - 6 +6 t.; f. HD> i 2 u + 14 t.; cstr. TIB* 2 n + 6t.; sf. ViBJ Ct2 10 "; pi. niBJ Jb 42 15 Am 8 13 ; cstr. niB} Gn 41 2 ; r*J v 418 ; — /air, beautiful, as attribute of woman 2S13 1 1K1 3 AmS'Trn 22 ; cf. Jb 42" Ct 6 10 (nS^S '»); pred. Gn 1 2 14 1 K i 4 Ct i 1MS 4 117 6 4 ; =subst. fair one i 8 2 1013 5" 6 1 ; oft. cstr. TIB' n*no Gn 12 11 29 17 2 S 14 27 ; iNirnB? Gn 29 17

S 25 s Dt 21" Est 2 7 : of kine nx-p-JTB' Gn 

4 1 2 , cf. v 4 ; "WiTTnB? v 18 ; less oft. of boy, young man HBJ tf'K 2 S 14 26 ; pred. Ct i 16 ; yfi HB^ Gn39 6 ; nS"]D HS'l v" (of Joseph); of Jerusalem f|to HB^ 4 8 3 ; of a singer *?ip na; Ez 33 s12 ; of trees : olive "iKrr'IB HB' J e 1 1 16 ; cedar (fig. of Egypt) qjV r» Ez 3 1 3 , cf. v 9 ; flD< of everything in its time Ec 3"; of various acts 5 17 . — In DV 09*8 "fj 1 S 16 12 , ns-ip ns> Dy 17 42 , either W = subst. abstr. with beauty of eyes, or QV is textual error (Gr Krenkel ZAW ' 1882 ' 309 Bu B^f youth), v. Dr. trPD-nDVd. n ' anL )» or better n$*gj (01 51881 Gr Gie; reduplicated, with the force of a diminutive, Sta slM ; cf. &&!$, Pli??), adj.f. pretty, D*jpp n»B"nB* rbi^ Je 46 20 Egypt is a pretty heifer (© KeicaWamtcrnevri). ID" 1 v. % t ["•£*] n.m. beauty;— abs. *B* Is 3 24 + 5 t.; cstr. W t Ez 28 7 ; sf. •£$ v 17 ; ltf£ * 45 12 + 5 *.; ^j Is33 ,7 +2 t.; .Wpr 6 ffi Est 1"; beauty of a woman Is 3 s4 ^45 12 Est 1" Pr 6 25 , cf. Pr 31 30 ; of Jerus. under fig. of woman Ez i6 1415 - 25 ; Tyre

7 3 CB* n^3), cf. v 4 "; prince of Tyre, beauty 

of (his) wisdom 2 8 7 ; king of Tyre v 12 (V ^b), v 17 ; ideal beauty of king of Judah Is 33' 7 , Zion ("B'-^ao) ^50 2 , cf. La 2 15 (*J n^i>3); of Egypt under fig. of tree Ez 31 8 ; of ransomed people of "> Zc 9 17 . tir^, Kii:^ n.pr.loc. Joppa (Ph. 'B'; As. Ja(p)pu COT 010 " Bez T " 1 - 1 - Am * r ™ T * bUnBr "- MM - 146 ; Egypt. Ye-pu WMM 159 ) — seaport town of Palestine (Jerusalem), IB} Jos 19 46 Jon 1' 2 Ch 2 15 =NiB; Ezr3 7 ; © omva, mod. Jaffa. [nB^] vb. breathe, puff (by-form of DIB, q.v.; see Ba OT189 ; cf. Talm. ns^ breath) — only Hithp. Impf. 3 fs. D?- n n Je 4 31 she gaspeth for breath. [D-] **y- breathing or puffing out, cstr. Don na^ ^ 27™ jrujfing out violence (cf. Che). eVep v. sub obs. nrO" 1 v. sub nJB. v : t" [J/2" 1 ] vb. only Hiph. shine out or forth, send out beams, cause to shine (NH id., in fig. senses ; X. J®' ; As. Shaph. sdpu, shine, cause to shine, glorify, Lotz TP Co1 - '"• » Zim N "■ m SAS*" 1 '" 18 ; cf. Ar. xj. aedificium datum ; kindred seem to be 'tCC ascendit montem, adullus fuit; Sab. J®' raise, heighten Os ZMG . 2H* yjj, mme of a temple DHM ZMG 1883. 350 )_ Hiph. /»/ y'Bin Dt33 2 V5° 2 ; V'?" n l consec. Jb 3 7 ,s ; 2 ms. riyBin io 3 ; imp/. 3 fs.Vfi'in 3*; jjfitaj io 22 ; Imv. JNpto V94 1 ; ny'ain 80 2 ;— 1. «/«ra« om<, forth, display beams: of Dt 33 s ^ 50 2 80 2 94 1 Jb io 3 (sq. i»3?); subj. rnro light Jb 3 4 ; io 22 i>BN 103 Sffift (of Sheol). 2. cause to shine tog "tfK y'Bini Jb 37 16 , subj. ' [nyC^J n.f. brightness, splendour, ^njJB? Ez 28 717 of prince and king of Tyre. ty'D' 1 n.pr.pers. et loc. 1. n.pr.m. (cf. Sab. btiilS^ Hal 150 ) — a. a king of Lachish Jos io 3 , © Ucj>da, A ©L Ia0(a)<f. b. a son of David 2 S 5 16 (® U<j>its, ®L Sa^ ( 0) = I Ch 3 7 (® lavovt, A Ia$if, ©L AxiKap) = 1 4 6 (© Wouov, A Ia^te, ©L In(3ey). 2. n.pr.loc. on border of Zebuluu Josi9 l2 ,perh.=mod. Ydfa, J hour fr. Nazareth, Kob BB "• 34Sf , but © <t>ayym, A la<f>aym; ©L Ia<£<£.€. t fC-'iEro n.pr.loc.(Sab. n.pr.loc.yB'D, njJB'D DHM ZHG 1876,67,; 1883,362)^ Q h ^ Levitt city in Reuben; in Reuben riyBD Jos 13 18 ; nyBlD Je 48 21 in Moab. rc? v. sub nna. riFSI, Visrnnp? v. sub nna. v»* vb. go or come out (NH id.; Aram. W); Eth. OJ0ft:, wXfr. As. <M Dl HWB2S7 , all = oo out, forth; Syr. |^xT go forth (in sense of germinate), grow; Ph. NY* march out; cf. SP Ninon </'« source (cf water); Sab. Nih </o

N2P 

om<, DHM in MV; Ar. y± is 5« or become fair, leautiful,neat, clean,d. No** 01886 ' 725 )— QalP/. Ks;Gnio" + o2t.; 3 fs. nsv; Nui6 M + i3 t.; rWOtJ Is 28 s9 ; 2 ms. ntUT Gn 24 5 +7 t.; 2 fs. nWf^ Je 31 4 ; 2 mpl. Oritur Ex 13 3 Dt n 10 ; DnsS"! Ju 2i 21 Mai 3 20 ; 3 pi. sf. '?*£ J e io 20 , etc.; 7m/>/ KX Gn 15*+ 64 t.; tUPl 4 16 + 132 t.; 3 fs. KVri Ex 2i 7 + 22 t.; KXPn Gn 30"+ 14 t.; 2 ms. tU?n Dt 20 1 + 1 6 t. ; 3 pi. W£ Gn 15" + ; «£ i 7 6 + ; 3 fpl. njxxrn 1 s 18 6 2 K 2 24 ; *|tumi Ex 15 20 ; 2 fpl. nJKxn Am 4 3 ,etc; /otd. NX Gn 8 16 + 'St.; "$« Ju 9 M ; fs. *? Ct i 8 ; mpl. WX Gn i 9 H +nt.; WV IS49 9 Ez9 7 + Je58 8 Qr (Kt WVJ) nj'NX Ct3 n ; Inf. abs. Kir Gn8 7 + 2t.; tUT 27 30 -r3 t.; 7w/. c«<r. HKX 24 ,1 + 3i t; sf. VH| Ex 9 s9 + 3 t. ; «nNX Jo 9 12 ; ^riKX Dt 16 3 + 10 t., etc. ; Ft. XT (KXi>) Gn 2 10 + 62 t. ; fs. *ff Ec io 5 ; nxr ('V) Gn 24 15 + 11 t.; TT Dt 28 s ' 7 , etc.; — 1. go or co»i« owi or forth : a. from (iP) a place, e.g. a tent Gn3i 33 (E; opp. a Xi3) ; nyio bnk nnso LvS 33 io 7 (P), cf. cnptpn-fD 21 12 (H); from a house 2 S 1 1 8 , the doors (Tl7"l) of ahouseJos 2 19 (JE), Jun 31 ; W>2 nriSOEx^ 22 (JE), from a camp 1 S 13 17 2 K 7 12 , a city Gn 1 9" (J), i2 4 (P), iK n 29 20 17 Mi 4 10 , a cave 1 S 2 4 9 , the ark Gn 9 18 (J), 8 1619 (both P); out of vineyards Ju 21 21 ; sq. ace. "^yrrnx Gn44 4 (E), Ex 9 29 (J) ; c. a also, of gate Je 1 7' 19 Ne 2 13 ; sq. ace. local, nna NXN i6 Jb3i M ; pt, cstr. n^rin -sx' Gn 9 10 (P), "n^y lye* "NX* 34 24 (P); abs. Jos2 6 (JE), Ju 3 24 Ex 34 34 (P), Nu 33 3 (P; Israel going out [from Egypt]), 2 Ch 26 20 + ; specif., of going out (!?) from a land (of emigration) Gn io"- 14 24 s (all J); partic. of coming forth from (the land of) Egypt (the Exodus) Ex i2 41 (J), 13 38 23 15 34 18 Nu 1 1 20 22 5 (all JE), and esp. D, Dt 4 45 - 46 9 7 11 10 16" 6 23 s 24 s 25 17 Jos 2 10 5 466 (all D), Nu 33'(P). » K 6' 8 9 = 2 Ch 5 10 , 2 K2i' 5 Je 7 2b Hg 2 s -^ 1 14 1 . b. go forth from (the presence of) a person : Ex 8 26 g 33 io 6 (all sq. OyO), G1144 28 Ex 5 :o Jer2 37 (nt?0), Ju 3 19 (1 , byo); gq . "3S^O Gn 4 16 (J), 41 46 47'° Est 8 16 Ec io 6 ; sq. »2« Dyo Jb i 12 , »sp nND 2 7 ; sq. Bf."?t;x; j e io 20 (v. De Ec 7 18 ). C. in technical senses : abs. go forth, of emancipation Ex 2 i° 3 - 3 - 4 - 6 - 7 - 77 " (all JE), cf. D"ltrT nriPIO NX* 2 K 13 5 ; of release in the year of jubilee, land, et.'. Lv 25 293031 - 33 (all H), 27" (P); also of a debtor-slave 25 s4 (H); of divorce VVap fKlPl Dt 24 s ; of condemnation yvh NX 11 iOBE^na j, 1Q g : when he is judged let him go out as a criminal, i.e. be condemned; Wfi

NS* Dn 9 s2 ; for ttm . . . «T i S 22 s (let my father etc. go forth [to be] with you, cf. Klo) rd. perh. UB^ as ® S3 Kit, v. also Dr ; of army marching out to form battle line nrjjjprr^ KS^Si 7"° (cart., MT,<om.'WeDrKit Bu); W^"^ ^33 Ju 2 15 in all to which tliey went forth^iSi? NSJ 1 S 8 20 of king going out at the head of his soldiers ; so of before his people Ju 4" 285"^ 68 8 , cf. 108 12 1 Ch 14"; of '* going out from Seir Ju 5 14 , cf. Hb 3"; of the hand of ' in hostility

  • HC "2 nfc Ru 1"; abs. of fire breaking out

Ex 2 2 6 ( JE). 3. of combinations, note esp. : 3,W NiJF (inf. abs.) Gn 8 7 going out and return- ing, nearly=<o and fro; *W *? >> > *& &* •WS* 2 S 1 6*= coming forth, cursing as he came; tQl NX lit. N3 P8] K^ P8 Jos 6' none went out and none came in, i.e. there was no free egress or ingress (of besieged city), cf. 1 K 15"= 2 Ch 16 1 , 2 Ch 15 s ; to go out and cowie in before, of leader in war Nu 27 1 ' 1 S18 16 , cf. 20/; fig. Dt 28 s blessed shalt thou be ~ ttX2 "1KU3, i.e. when thou completest and beginnest any undertaking, so v" 31 2 Ninh riKY$> ^31K t6, i.e. I can no more engage in active undertakings ; similarly Jos 14 11 1K3' Is 37 s8 (+^J»0$>)s= 2K 19 27 , ^ 121 8 . t Hiph. 278 Pf. Vffn Gn 14" + ; NSim consec. Dt2 2"; riNXin Ex32 n + 7t.; faffl) Nu 2o 8 +3 t.; 2 fs. nssim 1 K 17 13 ; sf. ^A-s'in EZ42 15 ; y^Sin Ex i 3 14 + 2 t.; Wf^ Dt6 12 16 1 , y*#n Exi3 9 Dt7 19 ; Blffn Ex32 12 +2t.,etc; Impf tOXi' (NX*) Lv^ + pt.; KSi>! (RS*1) Gn i5 6 +23 t.; NSiM («?*!) Dt 4 20 +4 t. ; sf. pK'Xi' Mi7 9 ; *%fP Dt4 37 5 16 ; "W*! Ex4 67 ; 3 ft. N'XiTI Is 61" Hg 1"; juss. NSV) Gn 1 24 ; NXto v 12 Eu 2 18 ; 2 ms. N'Xin Ex i2 46 +5 t. ; WXhn Jb 3 8 32 ; NVhl Je32 21 ; W?*l (Wjft) Lv 24 23 +; sf. WN'Si'l 2 K 12"; W^prt Gn ig w ; »m»?*l 1 K 21"; D»P?V 1 Ch 9 28 , etc.; Jmv.

    1. n Gn i9 12 +5 t. + 8 17 Kt (Qr NXVi); toirtn

IS4 3 8 ; "? , ^ n V' I42 8 ; sf.^XiH 25'? J K 22 34 , etc.; /n/.c^r.^Sil Ex6 l3 + ; sf-T^OK^Ex i6 32 + ; ! inSSin!) J e 39 14 , anom.(Kb ,M2 ),etc; Ft. K'Sto li x 67+ i'i t. ; NXtof 1 35'; sf.WXiO 2 S 2 2 49 , 'JN'XiD Dt 8 14 1 3 11 , etc. ; — 1. cause <o go or coroe <ra«, 6rmg> out, lead out : a. a person from a place, + JP loc, out of prison, etc. Gn 40" (E), Je 20 3 , 52" (not H2K25 27 ); so with the servant of '< subj. Is 42"; out of house Jos 6 22 (JE), a city Gn I9 12 (J), Ez ^(so © '»-* 2 6 1345 (all H), Ex 6 6 - 7 (onxo rtap nrwp), f* J2 vmm i6 o2 29 4« Nu i5 41 (allP), Ju2 12 6 9 1S12 8 1 K8 18 = 2 Ch6 5 ,

K 8 21 - 51 - 63 9 9 Je 7 22 11 4 3I 32 32 21 34 13 Ez 20 610 , 

cf. v 9 (del. Co), 2 Ch 7 s2 + 136" Dn 9 16 ; abs., same sense, Jos 24 s (E), Dt 7 s " 9 Ez 20 14 - 23 + io 5 3 "' 43 ; °f bringing Israelites out of exile (sq. JP) Ez 20 3441 34 13 ; obj. rebels (out of, JO, land) Ez 20 38 ; of charioteer bringing Ahab out of battle 1 K 22 s4 = 2 Ch 18 33 ; of Joseph's bringing out his sons from between Jacob's knees Gn 48 12 (E). b. of bringing from a place for a particular purpose (human subj.) Ex 1 9 1 ' (|P) ; also (point of departure not expr., and purpose sometimes only implied) Gn 38 s4 (J), Jos 2 3 6 affl Ju 6 30 2 S i2 31 = 1 Ch 20 3 , 2 K u 12 =2Ch2 3 11 , 2 Ch2 3 14 IS43 8 ; subj., of bringing Israelites out of Egypt to slay them Ex 3 2 16 (JE), Dtg 29 - 29 ; obj. Gog Ez 3 8 4 ; subj. "' T Ez 37 1 . c. lead out as an army 2 S 10" = 1 Ch 19 16 , so of '> Is 43 17 ; hence with N"3n of a ruler's function to lead people out and in

S 5 2 = 1 Ch 1 1 2 , Nu 27 17 (P). d. Omp Wfn 

of God's agency in birth Jb 1 o ,s . e. = remove (from a person's presence) i'P £"N~;>3 IN'Sin Gn45' 2S13 9 ; without || ^yOv 18 . f. of putting away wives and children Ezr 1 o 319 (opp. 3'B^n v 2 , cf. 1JV3D HXX' Dt 24 s ). g. bring out person unto (???) a place (human subj.) Jos io 2223 (JE), Dt 17 6 22 2124 (all D), Lv 24 1 « 3 (H), Nu I5 36 (P; all nnp-^S), 1 K 2 I ,018 (r ! inp of motion to), 2 K 1 1 15 = 2 Ch 23"; JT3n-^>X VlKSini) J e 39"; subj. angels in form of men Gn I9 1617 (J), Ez 42 M5 46 21 47 2 ; also Gni 5 5 (JE; '■> subj.); for a specific purpose Ex 1 6 3 (P). h. unto a person G1143 23 (J), with purpose expressed or implied H09 13 Gn I9 58 (J), Ju 19 2224 ; Jos io M (JE), Je 3 8 23 Ezr 8 7 (c. by) Kt (but read Qr n;SX). i. unto a place and a person Jos io aa (JE), Dt 2 1 19 Juip' 25 . 2. fig., obj. persons, bring out o/(!P) distress, etc. f25 17 68 7 io7 ,4W 142 8 143"; deliver from enemies 2 S 22" (but || ^ 18 49 'BpBD); one's feet out of net ^ 25 15 31 5 ; bring out into a large place 2 S 2 2 20 =i|' 18 20 , cf. ^ 66 12 . 3. bring out animals : horses out of Egypt 1 K io 29 =2 Ch i 17 (but read Qal INS". ® Klo Kmp in Kau AT ), 2 Ch i 17 9 s8 ; animals MSP

Nsno (from ark, no ja) Gn 8 I7 (P); for sacrifice, to a place Nu 19*. 4. inanimate obj.: a,, carry or bring out (with and without JO) Ex 1 2 39 (E) Am 6 10 2 S i2 30 = 1 Ch 20 s , 2 K io 26 2 3 4 - 6 24" 1 Cb.9 28 2 Ch 29 61816 34" Je 8 l 1 7 s2 50 25 (subj/'), Ez 1 2*' (in v 6 - 8 - 7 " 12 read Qal, of. v 4b , so Co), also 24 s (Co 24 10 ); obj. rtflfon J3Kn Zc4 7 ; Lv 26 10 (H), Ezr I 7 8 . b. take or draw out (from one's person or luggage) Gn 24 s3 (J) ; draw out hand 1'rom one's bosom Ex 4 M ( J), cf. Ru 2 18 (food from dne's cupboard). c.-=draw iTiyna ^"in Ez 2 1 810 (subj. ). d. bring out to a place Dt 28 s9 Lv 4 13 -' 1 6* 1 4 46 1 6 27 Ez 46 20 , cf. Dt 1 4 s8 . e. bring out to (or for) a person Gn i4 18 Ju 6 19 cf. v 18 , 1 K 1 7 " 2 K 1 o 22 ' 22 . f . bring out from ([«?) a place to people Nu 1 7 1 " (P). g. bring out in payment, pay (money, tribute, etc.) 2 K 1 2 12 1 5 20 (by eb in behalf of : or put it forth, imposed it, on Israel). h. bring forth (=cause to rise or appear) the heavenly bodies Is 40 26 Jb 38 s2 ; see also "liK NX* nabyni 28 11 and hidden things lie (the miner) bringeth forth to light. i. bring forth by miracle : Moses, water out of rock Nu 2O 810 (JE); id. Dt 8 15 Ne 9 15 f 78 16 . j. = produce, generate, bring into being : of magicians trying to produce lice Ex8 14 (P); a smith producing weapon Is 54 16 ; see the threefold N'»n Pr 30 s3 - 33 - 33 ; of' causing 0r6 to proceed out of (|D) earth •</<• 104 14 ; elsewhere of earth as producing Gn I 12 - 24 (both P), Is 61 11 Hg 1"; of Aaron's rod bringing forth blossoms Nu 17 23 (P). k. bring forth words (out of mouth, etc.), i.e. speak Jb8 10 15 3 Pr io 18 29" Ne6 19 Is48 20 (||Tjn, JftD^Pl); abs. EcS 1 ; oipub- lishing a report SJ OB' IT^'Vl Dt2 2 14 (||a i ? D2> onyj rib'by), c f.v* 9 ; (rqp) px? US 1 ! 'Ml N1113 32

4 37 ; 'so 1 4 36 (n?? - ^ "F 5 !)- ' 5. fig. , subj .  

bring forth from (fa) Bel's mouth what he has swallowed Je 5 44 ; wind, out of treasuries io 13 5 1 ' 6 V' !35 7 ; fire, out of Tyre Ez 28 18 ; curse, over the land Zc 5"; of Jeremiah, "IJg K'Xin DK b.bifl? Je 15" if thou bring forth the precious from (Gie without) the base, i.e. if thou free that which is pure in thee from base admixture (Gf; Gie if thou produce the noble without the base); bring forth, i.e. exhibit, righteousness (innocence Che) ^ 37 s Je5i 10 (cf.Qal 1 f end); niobs 1it6 NX*! Jb 12 22 , cf. Hi 7 9 ; subj. servant of', of publishing EBipa (i.e. religion) to the world Is 42 13 . tHoph. Pf. 3 fs. HXVin Ez 3 8 8 (del. Co); l't. fs. nK!na Gn 3 8 2S ; m.pl. D'tWD Ez 14 22 47 s (but v. infr.); f.pl. fitona Je 38^;— be brought forth Gn 38 s5 (J ; of Tamar) ; of women as captives Je 38 s2 ; remnant out of Jerusalem Ez 14 s2 MT (but id. Hiph., v. supr.); exiles, from among the peoples 38 s (om. <S Co) ; of waters, D'NS^n flBVrbN Ez 47 s which are caused to flow into the sea (but <3 Co D'XWnn DVSrrbX into the sour (bitter, salt) waters, see Field VB). t [fc^ST] adj. coming forth ; only c. and sf., 1'y» MmtVl 2 Ch 32 21 Kt (WP Qr), and some of those who came forth from his loins (raa in || is 37 s8 ). t[«S«S] n.m. Jb27I4 only pi, issue, off- spring, produce (Xo 2 * 8 ""-™ comps. ^aL origin, root, stock) — 1. offspring of men, abs. nivasn] D'KXNVn L522 24 ; elsewhere only Is 23 and Job : cstr.' TS"? 'trow I s 48 19 (|| "^JTIT) ; sf.

  • Bg Jb 31 8 . WW® 5" (HTO). & 44 3 ' ( II id.);

'tOTKX Jb 27 14 (II VJ3); D.TXSXX 21 8 (|| Dyi]), Is 6 1 9 (II id.), 65 s3 . 2. produce of earth, sf. ?g?£r' , ?l ^39 IS34 1 ; '*! H?7 42 5 - f 1. N2i>2 n.m. Ho63 place or act of going forth, issue, export, source, spring ; — abs. 'a Jb 2 8 1 ^75 7 ; cstr/oNu30 13 +9t.; tttBJb 3 8 27 Dn 9 25 ; sf. Igjffe) 2 S f ; itttB Ho 6 3 ; itWia ,/, 1 9 7 ; ■pi. cstr. 'SSto Is 4 i 18 + 5 t.; sf. l'NSto Ez 43"; Dn'tTOB Nu 33 22 ; ffVKJriO Ez 42";— 1. a going forth: a. the act, of ' Ho 6 3 ; of thesun=rt.sm<7 V' 19 7 (v. NV If); of a man 2 S f (opp. K13B Kt); "en 'O Dn 9 s5 gwragr forth of a command. b. concrete, nbia 'tTOB Ez 1 2 4 goings forth of exile, i.e. those going forth into exile (in sim.). C. way out, exit : concrete, of chambers in temple Ez 42 11 43" (opp. VK31B) ; BHpan 'tTOB Ez 44 5 (opp. n^3n 8138). 2. </«*< i/feA gro#«  forth: a. utterance of mouth or lips (esp. of solemn or formal speech), A "'B tTOB Dt 8 s ; 'a V$? J e 17" ^89*; soDt23 M Nu3o 13 (P). b. export of horses 1 Kio 2 *=2Ch i' 8 . Z. place of going forth : a. source or spring of water 2 K 2 21 Is 58 11 (in sim.), + 107 33 (|| IttTO), r* (||D'n-D:^)=is4i 18 (||iV 7 .); fVbyn jirn 'B'a tTOa

Ch 32 30 . b. p/ace of departure of Israel on 

march Nu33" 2 (P). c. XpD=eost (place of sun's going forth) 1// 75 7 (opp. 2"iy»); zeugmati- cally, 65 s 3-iyi 1j?3 'tTOa i. e . <fce ea s< aW the west (cf. zAe <wo Orients, Qor43 37 ). d. place whence silver coines=win« Jb 28 1 ; rTOXnpl X&l NXta 38 27 and to cause the growing-place (others, the growth) of young grass to sprout. -fiT»

occurrence D"1p V9 37 J6 =2 K 19 s5 ; "tpT HSS'JIX t)S / /iaue planned, 7 lOtB a/so rfo t'< 46 11 ; by Hjn Je 18 11 ; TO"?^ "" devised it to establish it 33 s .. NipU. P/. i>» -ixir*6 "?E)b l8 43 10 6e/ore m« a (700" was not formed (created). Pu. P/. TW B'DJ <fotys (that) were pre-ordained (in the divine purpose) jr 139 16 (cf. Qal, 2 b). Hoph. 7n^/ r£fl «i> -]^V "W ^3"b Is 54" aray weapon that is formed against thee will not prosper. < fl.^!pn.m. U26S form,i>aming,purpose; — '■>Gn6 s +5t.; VW Dt3i 21 Hb2 18 ; «n£ ^103"; — 1. pottery, formed by the potter Is 2 9 16 . 2. form of a graven image Hb 2 18 . 3. form of man as made of the dust jr 103". 4. of what is framed in the mind (<rf."'R 1 C, 2 b), imagi- nation, device, purpose : (3)3? J"l(l)ae>nD "15P Gn

6 (J), iCh2 9 18 ; niaero 28 s ; a^GnS 21 ^); 

T£ alone Dt 31 21 (J); 1|»D T£ Is 2 6 3 a stedfast purpose (or frame of mind). (In NH ~W is common in sense of impulse ^^Qn IX'and JTin n>P of good and bad tendency in man.) < tn.*^" 1 n.pr.m. son of Naphtali Gn 46 :4 =

Ch7 ,3 , V Nu 2 6 4 »(P). 

T * , ~1^^ n.pr.m. a. chief of one of the Levitical choirs of singers 1CI125 11 . b. adj. gent, of 11. "i£, c. art. = subst. coll. Nu 26 49 (P). I [□ v ^" 1 ] 11. m. pi. sf. '~Y" my forms, mem- bers of my body Jb 17 7 . t [J")^] vb. kindle, bum (intr.) (NH id. (rare))— Qal Impf. 3 fs. nsfrn I s 9 >? ; W 33 12 Jesi^Kb'- 431 ); 3fpl.n3nxri Je 4 9 2 ;— kindle, intr., fig. of wickedness, Is 9 17 ; sq. etaa be kindled with fire ( = set on fire), of thorns (in sim.) 33 12 , Je 49 2 (of dependent towns and vil- lages of Rabbah, under fig. of daughters), 5 1 58 (of gates of Bab} Ion). Niph. Pf. nriSJ 2 K 2 2 13 Je9 1I -|-2 ls Kt(Qr ! iriV3); finSHI consec. 2K22" Je 4 6' 9 ; VIM Ne i 3 + 2 t. + Je 2 16 Qr(cf. supr.); — be kindled, fig. of wrath of 2 K 22 1317 ; be burned, of gates of Jerusalem, sq. etaa, Ne I 3 2 17 ; = desolated Je 2 15 (of cities of Israel), cf. 46'°, 9' (of mountains and pastures); of land 9 11 (|| rnajj). Hiph. Pf. rvyri j e 1 1 16 ; 1 s. Vtpj consec. Je i^^+s t. ; TNVtm 2 S 14 s0 Kt; (<Qr ijWJfril I mv . y Ges 571 Kb' 431 ); Wxn v 31 Je 51 30 ; WfTrj consec. 32"; Impf. TlS'l La 4"; nvvra i s 2 f ( r d. narvwt Ko' c - Ges lc ); W!P1 Jos8 19 + 2 t. ; WSn v 8 ; Imv. npva

S 14 30 Qr, cf. supr.; Pt. TfTfQ Ez 81*;— kindle, 

set on fire, sq. ace, "Vy + etaa Jos 8 819 (JE), Je 32 29 ( + spfe>); field of corn, + t^3 jSm""; dwellings (no Etaa) Jesi 30 , cf. also Ju 9 49 ; also sq. ace. eta -f prep. b]l, Je u 16 (of Jerusalem under fig. of olive-tree); elsewh. + 3, Am 1", '3 Eta TlVm (hence Je 17 27 21 14 43 12 49 s7 50 32 ) La4 n Ez2i 3 . P C 4 * °* ^°^ , > com P- Ar. JJu oe suw/c, depressed; »_<Jj hollow, cavity). ' 3J3J n.m. Pr310 wine- vat (a trough or hol- low excavated (axn Is 5 2 ) in the rock for re- ceiving the juice trodden out in the 05 : Benz 212f ), sometimes also wine-press (the trough in which the grapes were trodden out); — abs. 3 £ Is 5 2 + 4 t.; 3j£ T Nu 18 30 ; cstr. apf Ju 7 B ; sf. »|g£ Dtis 14 16"; pi. D^» Jb24 u + 4 t.; ^p> Zc 14 10 ; ^ Pr 3 10 ;— wine-«a<, Is5 2 Hg2 16 Jo 4 13 (|| 715), Pr 31° ; oft. || r& Nu 1 8 2730 Dt 1 5 14 16 13 2 K 6* Ho 9 2 Jo 2 24 ; appar. of the wine- press Jb 24" ISTJ D 1 ^, Is 1 6 10 (hence Je 48 s3 ). Designating particular localities, Ju y 25 as] 3PJ, Zc 14 10 ^fn <ap? (near Jerusalem). bMJOj* [v. sub pp.* tflp" 1 ] vb. be kindled, burn (Aram. ~lp : , fSl, burn, intrans.; Ar. jjj, id.) — Qal Impf.

ms. ~IPZ Is io 16 ; 3 fs. 1pm Dt 32^; Pt. act. f. 

rnp' Is 65 5 ; pass. "lip; 30 14 ;— 6e kindled, fig. of judgment, eta Tp>3 Tp; -^J Isio 16 ; so burn, Dt 32 s2 afire hath been kindled (nrnp T ) in «iy wrath, PiKE'-lS! " 1 P ,r ?! aW t'< burneth unto She' 61; fig. of people displeasing to ^XS ]fv H|N Di>n-b nnp* 5?S Is6 5 5 ; pt.^ kindled, as subst. n^pjD Eta Hiring 3 o u to take fire from that vAich is kindled, i.e. from the hearth (Lg BN6 °). Hoph. Impf. 3 fs. "Ipin Lv 6 266 ; "I^W Je 15 14 1 7 4 ; — 6e burning, burn, of (perpetual) altar-fire Lv6 2 - 6 - 6 (P); fig. of Vs judgment, "SNa nnip^m IpFl hvby Je 15 14 , similarly 17 4 (cf. Dt'32 22 supr., as prob. source of both). TTij3* n.[m.] a burning (properly Inf. cstr. of 1p^) — only Is io 16 , abs. and cstr., fig. of '^'s judgment, v. [15J] supr. T 1jp"iO n.[m.J a burning mass; — abs. , " 1 ™ IBtof *Ota$P V' io 2 4 my bones are scorched through like a burning mass; pi. cstr., fig. of Vs judgment, D^iV "Ip'lD Is 33" (|| n^aiN Eta). TJTTp'i'S n.f. hearth (=p!ace of burning), only of altar-liearth, the plate or top of altar, on which burnt-offering was laid and consumed. nanpri ^>y 'o i>y nSiyn Kin Lv 6 2 (sq. oaten twi ia TEH). TD^ip" 1 n.pr.loc. a city of Judah J0SI5 56 ; site Unknown. © Iapcueap, A IficSacyi, ©LleKvaa/u. MM* (A>f following; cf. Ar. Jai jrregerve (from evil, or fear); viii. be pious, careful of one's religious duties (Lane 3059 )). Tn^ n.pr.m. father of Agur, n|T"|3 ni3K XfrEn Pr 30 1 (read probably 'K^OT or NKt?t? : v.' Be-Now "") t^^mp n.pr.m. (Impf. from >/l"y + ^«  ace. to 01 !277h2 , meaning dubious; perhaps better regard nip* as n. abstr. from np and render Preservation of God) a man of Judah 1 Ch 4 18 ; © XmijX, A* Uk6ut,, ©L Ie^Ai/A.— Vid. ^nf T . Tp ( </oi following; cf. Ar. LjJ be obedient ; so As. dkd (npif) D1 HWB,S ; Sab. npi hear (favourably), hear (and answer), also in n.pr. JWipi, heV*, l^onp* DHM in MV). t [nnp" 1 ] n.f. obedience; — cstr. D'By nn^ Gn 49 10 c. subject, genit. (Daghesh forte dirim. Ges W2b Lag BN82 ), DK nnjp^ p r 30 17 c. object, genit. taip^Jb8 14 v. Dip. bc*. pw rpop, DJN3P* DW v. j .7 1..' Ti'"i' t:' — : t:':t sub Dip. TWITlpI v. sub np. T "(tOp* n.pr.m. son of Eber, descendant of Shem (DHM in MV comp. his name in Arab, tradition, viz. Kahtdn; the */ V W* 5 and k5. being both expl. in Muhil by <^>j~i strike, beat; v.Lane «**)— On 1 o*""- 3 ^ 1 Ch 1 ,9a '- 23 , 'father' of various tribes of Yemen ; © lanav. to^p* n.pr.loc. Canaanitish city, with a king, defined by TO"]?? Jos 12 22 ; in Zebulun 19"; Levitical city 21 34 . t^P* 1 vb. be dislocated, alienated (Ar. iS j is fall, fall down, fall upon, befal, happen) — Qal Impf 3 fs. Vm Je 6 8 ; yp*l Gn 32 s6 + 2 t.; dislocated Gn 32 s6 (Jacob's thigh); elsewhere fig. of E>BJ ; torn away, alienated from any one, sq. )!?

■** Je 6 8 Ez 23 17 ; sq. 5»JO v 18 . Hiph. l'f Disypjni consec. 2 S 21"; /mp/ D^p*! v 9 ; 7mi>. ypin Nu 25 4 ; of some solemn form of execution, but mng. uncertain : Aq Gesimpale; ®@>expose(i£t)ta(tiv, irapatnypariCuv); XW ^crucify ; KS "•'■ «•-■ "" (419) throw down (Ar. ajJI) a rock (cf. 2Ch25 12 ): + rmb 2 s 2 1 6 ('< yab v»), Nu 25 4 . Hoph. p*. D'y^en 2 S ti»j pass, of Hiph. I" [l^p ,, ] vb. awake (Ar. licJ wake, be awake)- Qal Impf. J^ 1 K 18 27 ; "PfJ Gn28 le + 3 1. ; ff*l Ju 1 6 20 ^ 7 8" 1 K 3 15 ( v. Baer) ; fPW Gn4i"; *£ Hb 2 7 ;— awxiAe, Gn 41 4 " 1 (E), 1K3 15 ; of Baal 18 27 ; sq. instft? Gn 2 8 16 (J), Ju 16 1 " ; of Noah, i3»t? Gn o> (J), i.e. from drunken sleep; fig. of ^ jr 78 s5 , i.e. become suddenly active; of enemies Hb 2 7 . — Vid. also pp Hiph. T [ 'P J vb. be precious, prized, ap- praised (NH id., Pi., Hiph.; Aram. TpJ, ta», be heavy, precious; Pa. honour; "^i?., i*iu weighty, precious, honoured; cf. As. ak&ru, be precious, costly, and deriv., D1 HWB ™; Ar. '.i be heavy, 11. honour ; JUST dignity; Sab. n. Tfl Aonowr DHM ZMG1883402 )— Qal/y. 3 fs. ry^ 1S16 21 ; 2ms.n-!p;is43 4 ; is.'rnpJZcn 13 ; 3 pi.

    • ? 1 139*; /mRf.TP*! 1 S 18 30 ; "ljj") V' 49 9 ; i|?. , .1

72"; juss. (NJ"pp , '!l 2K1 1314 ; — 1. be precious : a.. = highly valued, esteemed, David's name, Ip"! 1ND 'ICE' 1 S 18 30 ; of Israel, Tya $"J"J IS43 4 ( + nnajj, ftf^nK) ; f God's thoughts vipr-iD ^1 TJH t' j 39 17 (^ w Hi Hup render Aar<i, difficult: cf.' m/i?! Dn 2 " ). b. esp. of life (Bfe3), in phr. •fj^l «-B>33 nn?^ 1 S 26 21 , i.e. thou hast spared it; so(juss.) 2K1 1314 ; similarly Vrya DOT npV. ^72 14 (|| DK/B3 bs?^ DBnOI 1|iRD). c. 6e co«^y, DB»B3 [iH3 Tfjj ',/, 49 9 . 2. be appraised, valued, DnbyDyip_; is* i,Tri tik Zc ii 13 the magnificence of the price at which I was ap- praised (and dismissed) from them ! Hiph. Impf 1 s. TBO K*i3K "V#* Is 13 12 / will make men more rare (lit. precious) than fine gold. Imv.~®n Pr 25 17 make rare (i.e. withlwld) thy foot from the house of thy friend. Tip adj. precious, rare, splendid, weighty;— abs. 1P4 iS3'-r9t.; egtr.""^ Pr

v 27 Qr (Kt ipi ; v. infr.); TW f 37 M , £ "T?! 
S i2 S0 - r 14 t.; cstr. irap Is 28 16 ; mpl. BTg 

La4 2 ; rpl.W^ 1 K 5 31 +2 t. + Zci 4 6 (v. infr.); nnp^ 1 K 7 9 ; sf. TJ/^!? V' 45 10 (so Baer ; van d. H 'ir?);— 1. precious: a. cos%, nnp,^ D^att np

Wip of costly building-stones i K5 31 7 91011 cf. ri39 "JEflO "IMD FTS* Is 28 16 a costly corner{-stone) of a foundation,— on cstr. v. Da S],0, -> a8 - BS - e ; "Ig {"inco^ytoeai^Pn 13 ^ 27 ; D'VJpp^ t" 24 1 . b. precious, highly valued ; ffl^J B*D| Pr 6" 6 precious life; opp. Wt Je 1 5 19 (of choice elements of character); VTDnb nniBH "> »y}» T£ f 1 16 15 ; D"3BO N^n rn^ Pr 3 15 s/i« (wisdom) is more precious than rubies (v. also c); prized, of ' 1QU ^36 8 ; = 8ubst.T£' n i?' 3 D'ablp ni3a ^4 5 I0 X;m(/'«  daughters are among thy precious ( = dear) ones. c. iTip» |2X coll. precious stones, jewels 2 S 1 2 OT = 1 Ch 20V 1 K io mn = 2 Ch 9 1910 , 1 Ch 2 9 s 2 Ch 3" 3 2 27 Ez 2 7" 2 8 13 (list of precious stones follows), Dn n 38 ; so also La 4 2 , read fMf '23* Dn^n (for MT 131 'J3), see VB ; Tg Dnfc* Jb 28 16 (v. also Pr 3 16 sub b). 2. rare, 1 S 3 1 (cf. v Hiph. Is 1 3 12 ). 3. glorious, splendid (cf. Aram.), of the moon Jb3i 26 ; as subst.= glory, the wicked perish, D^"}3 ~p3 i/r 37 20 Zz'&e the glory oftlie pastures(i. e. like gay, but short- lived, flowers). 4. (late and Aram.) weighty, influential, i"ID3nt3 IjJJ Ec 10 1 weightier than wisdom and honour is a little folly. — In Pr 1 7 27 read Kt DVT"p1 and one cool of spirit (see VB); in Zc 1 4 6 read jiKEpl Mhgl liK rW t6 there shall not be light but cold and congelation (see id. and Vrss.); v., however, also Addenda.

1p s 11. m. preciousness, price, honour 

(late: cf. BASl?), jjW glory);— abOi£ Zc n 13 + 5 1.; Ig^etaf 49 ,r + 3 t-; cstr.1^ Est i 4 ; sf. i">p/3 6 6 +4 t.; WJ53 Je 20 s ;— 1. precious- ness : a..=precious {costly) things (coll.) Je 20 5 (om. ®), 1^1 JDh Ez 22 25 ; li?;-b Jb 28 10 . b. ~) V? Pr 20 15 a jewel of preciousness = precious jewel (U 3TB, ffMI). 2. jwtee Zc n 13 , v. J 2. 3. honour, ^r^ n21 ; elsewhere only Est: taWia nn.Ksrn^ Est i 4 (|| tawbo "fas); ? "*^ ^3)T v 20 all wives jri've honour to their lords ; ^Web nWiM "H* ntarnp 6 3 , c. b n'B>j> also v 6 ; ^•"i jt^fen nnpcn rnWnn

b^vro 8 16 ; B'Wn) 

hp T "3 }»Qn 7]JQ-1 "1S>$ «fo> wiara in whose honour the king ddighteth 6 MJ * U . T"Y*jp^ adj. intrans. very precious, dear; only O^SK >J> I^T |3H Je 31 20 w Ephraim a very precious son unto me ? (|| D'JJIB'JJE' "'J.' 1 .). t [Wpl] ▼*>■ lay a bait or lure (v. tfgto), then gen. lay snares (v. also $pJ, B*ip) — Qal Pf. ^frk Je 50 24 ; «#* V 141 9 ; Ft. ph wpi (

2 4 7 ; — Zay snares, fig. of devices of wicked 141" 

(c. ace. cogn.); of s plan to destroy Babylon Je 50 24 flvhi 031 "]b Tltrp* ; Ft. as subst. bait- layers, fowlers yfr 1 24 r (cf. 1 4 1 9 ) sirn. Niph. Pf. Plf pi3 Pr6 2 ; W^JfJ consec. Is8 15 28 13 ; Impf. 2 ms. P8JI? Dt 7 25 ; be caught by a bait, ensnared, in business entanglements Pr 6 2 ; in disastrous consequences of idolatry Dt7 25 (||l3P3); of those ensnared by Vg plans (sq. nsbjl) Is 8 1B 28 13 . Pu. PL n^'P T V (for tflflfa, unless this should be read: Ges i52B6 ; Sta' ,22 °): entrapped, in circumstances of life Ec 9'*. tttftp' n. [m.] bait-layer, fowler, B^SJ na Ho 9 s the snare of a fowler. tuftp^ a.[m.] id.; Bftpj na ^ 9 i 3 ; liass ^P: 11«? Pr 6 5 ; pi. D^ Je 5 26 (in sim.) TttJpjiQ n.m. rrI2,13 prop, a bait or lure in a fowler's net ; then fig. snare — abs. B'pjo Ex io 7 + 15 t.; cstr. Pr 18 7 20 25 ; pi. D'B>piD ^6 4 6 Jb 4 o 24 ; D^pb ^i 4 o 6 ; cstr. ^B i8 6 + 3 t.; K'pb 2 S 22 6 ; /.niB'pb f 141 9 ; bait or Zwre, in a net for birds Am 3 s ; will not pierce nostril of hippopotamus Jb40 24 ; elsewhere fig. of what allures and entraps any one to disaster or ruin ; Moses a snare to Egyptians Ex io 7 (J); DV ^pio Jb34 30 , of men who are the ruin of their people; idolsand idol-worship a pernicious lure to Israel Ex 23 s3 (JE), Dt 7 16 Ju 2 3 8 27 f 106 36 ; so alli- ances with Cauaanites Ex34 12 (JE), J0S23 13 (D); Michal, to David 1 S 18 21 ; of '« as cause of ruin to evildoers Is 8 14 ; of plots of wicked ^6 4 6 140 6 (vb. IVf; || na, D»ban, nan), i 4 i» (|| na); a lure or snare for wicked in their transgressions Pr 29* fr 69 s3 (|| na) ; consisting in transgressions of lips Pr 12 13 , cf. 18' 2o 2S ; in wrathfulness 22 25 ; in fear of man 29 s5 ; fllO'D V' i8 6 =2 S 2 2 6 (|| b<M? ^3n), Pri 3 14 14 27 .' t Vtip n.pr .111. son of Abraham and Keturah Gn 25"= 1 Ch i 32 - 32 ; © U£av, ®L Gn 25 18 lfKTOV. t^MIV n.pr.loc. (ace. to 01» OTk - s W is Impf. from a -v/fllp, meaning dubious ; poss.= btfJW, q-v.; see Wetzst in De 1 ' 3 ' 70 ")— 1. in the Shephelah of Judah Jos 15 38 , site unknown; © laKapcrjK A lcndat), ©L Ie^5ai/X. 2. name given to V?D ( = Petra) by King Amaziah, its captor 2 K 1 4"; © Ka6orj • A UKdor/X. N-P 431 t N'T vb. fear (NH id.; As. tru, id.; Hpt KAT 2 - «">»'•, COT G1 °")-Qal s , 8 Pf. S» Gn 1 9 *> +

1.; 3 f. ran; j e 3 8 + 76"; ranj Gn i8 ,6 ; P i. 
m. DTKT Nu i2 8 + 2 t.; +23 t. Pf. ; Imp/. 

K?< Am 3 8 + 3 t.; 8^1 Gn 28" + 5 t.; *$ Je 26 21 + 5 t.; pi. Wiw (WT) 23 4 + ; WTK Dt i 3 12 , + ,etc; i^6t. Inipf.; Imv.Ky. Pr 3 7 + 3t.; WT Jos 24 14 + 2 t.; Inf.cstr. NT j os 2 2 25 ; Np i S 1 8 M (Ges * 69 ' K - '■) ; fWtT j> Dt 4 10 + 1 3 t. ; sf. iriKT

s 3 11 ; onto; is 29 13 ; orarj; j os 4 24 (rd. on£v 

Bb 51081a Ef .| m et( , ); pt ^, Qn 32 , 2+ ^YJ cstr. »fj) 22 12 +iot.; pi. tMO) Je42 n + 6t.; cstr.'W")? Ex i8 21 + 12 t.; f. cstr.VlKT Yr^i 30 ;— 1. fear, be afraid (not in P): a. abs. Gn 3 10 i8' 6 32 s 43 18 Ex 14 10 (J), Gn 20 8 28" 42 s5 Ex 2 14 Jos io 2 (E), Dt 20 8 31 8 Ju f 8 20 1 S 4 7 if 1 - 4 23 s 28 s 3 i 4 = 1 Ch io 4 , 2 K io 4 2 Ch 20 3 Ne 2 2 6 13 Is 54 14 Je 3 8 2 3 4 26 21 Am 3 8 Jon i 510 + 2 f 46 s 49 6 (but Bae reads ran) 56 4W2 64 S1 °76 9 112 8 ii8 6 Pri 4 16 Jb6 2 ' 11 15 ; ( ^W^g fear not Gn 15 1 21" 35 1 ' 50 1921 Ex 20 20 Jos io 25 (E), Gn 26 24 43 23 ExI4 13 Jos8 I (J),DtI 21 20 3 3I 6 Ju4 ,8 6 ffl 1 S 4 20 12 20 22 23 23 17 28 13 2 S 9 7 13 28 1 K I7 1S 2 K 6 16 1 Ch 22 13 28 20 2 Ch 20 17 Is 7 4 35 4 40 9 I 10.13.,4 43 ,.5 44 2 54 4 j e30 !0 ^W.M Jo ,».» Zp gK Hg 2 5 Zc 8 1315 V 49 17 La 3 67 Dn io 1219 Eu 3 11 ; ""1 Wt?ip? hear and fear Dt 13^ 17 13 19 20 21 21 ; 1 HOtyseeandfear ^40* 52 s Is 4i b Zc 9 s . f b. c. ace. rei or pers. Nu 14 99 (J), 2 1 34 (E), Dt 3 s - 22 Ju6 w iSi5 24 2S3 I1 iKi 61 Is8 12 5i 7 57"Ez 3 9 1 1 8 Hb3 2 (acc. IpyS) in corrected rhythm), i// 23 4 Dm 10 ; acc.of God ('<) 1 S i2 18 2 S 6 9 = 1 Ch i 3 12 Is 57" Je 5 22 Jon i 16 Jb 9 s5 37". c. with ft? be afraid of, Dt i 29 2 4 7 18 20 1 28 10 Jos io 8 (D) 1 S 28 20 2 K 25 s4 Is io 24 51 12 Je io 5 42 1116 Ez 2 6 - 6 - 6 Mi7 ,7 ^3 7 27 1 65 9 9i 5 112 7 119 120 Pr 3 25 3 i 21 Jb 5 2122 Ec 12 5 ; with 'JM Dt 5 5 7 19 Jos 9 24 1 1 6 (D), iS7 7 i8 29 2i 23 iKi' 50 2Ki 15 i9 6 (=l S 37«) 25 26 2 Ch 20 15 32 7 Ne 4 s Je I s 41" 42 11 "; "'jpjra 1 S 1 8 12 , with 3 because of, for J e 5 1 46 . d. w ith inf. and p /ear <o do a thing Gn 19 30 26 7 (J), Nu i2 8 (E), Ju 7 10 2 S i 14 io 19 12 18 ; with infin. and ft?, afraid of doing Gn46 3 Ex 3 6 (E), 1 S 3 15 Je 40 9 Jb 32 6 . e. with f| fear lest Gn 31 s1 (E) 32 12 (J). 2. stand in awe of, with |D and inf. T6x nc?5t? W Ex 3 4 30 (P) and they stood in awe of drawing nigh unto him; nifTD 1ST; 'lJl V' 33 s let all the earth stand in awe of Yahweh; T 7 ?^?? fltrn and thou shalt stand in awe of thy God Lv'19 1432 2C, r ' MM (all H); with "JSt?, of the king Solomon 1 K 3 s8 ; * ♦JBB NT DV^NExg^J?); <S v)a»Hgi 12 ; (D"6k) ^D '< stand in awe before (God) Ec 3" 8 1213 . 3. fear, reverence, honour, e.g. parents Lv 19 3 (H), Moses and Joshua Jos 4 1414 , the oath 1 S r4 26 EC9 2 , commandment Pr 13 13 , the sanctuary Lv I9 30 26 2 (H), other gods Ju6'° 2 K I7 7 - 3637 - 38 ; elsewhere of God: a. abs. Je 44 10 . b. with ace. DT^N(n) Gn 22 12 42 18 Ex i 17 - 21 18 21 (E), Dt 25 18 + 55 20 66 16 Jb i 1 - 8 - 9 2 s Ec 5 6 7 18 8 12 12 13 Ne 7 2 ; nw '"V Ex i4 31 (J), Jos 22 s5 (P), 24 14 (E), 1 S I2 14 - 24 1 K i8 3 ' 2 2 K 4 1 i^»»«*« Is go 10 Je 5 24 26 19 Ho io 8 Jon i 9 Mai 3 16]S + 15 4 22 24 25 12 34 10 ri2 1 ii5 1113 ii8 4 i28 1 - 4 i35 20 Pr3 7 i4 2 24 21 31 30 ; t ^ "" ** (and other sfs.) Dt 6 21324 io M 14 s3 i7 19 3i 1213 Jos 4 24 (D), 2 K 17 39 ; with sfs. referring to Yahweh or Elohim Dt 4 10 5 26 8 6 1 3* 1 K 8 4043 = 2 Ch 6 3133 , 2 K 17 36 Is 25 3 2 9 13 Je io 7 3 2 39 Mal2 5 3 5 Zp3 7 ^ 2 2 26 25 14 3I 20 33 18 34 810 60 6 67 s 72 5 85 10 io3 1,1317 iii 5 nf 74 " 145 19 147"; "&T™$ "TJ0 Ex 9 M he that feared the word of Yahweh (J) ; the name (of Yahweh) Dt 28 M Is 59" Mai 3 20 i//6i 6 86" i02 16 Ne i 11 . Miph. ih Impf. 2 m. Vmto+i$6*; Pt.t^i Gn 28 17 +33 t.; f. tttfpi I s 2V; pi. rtK"J& 64= + 5 t. ; WnjlS Dt io 21 ; nitf-p 2 S 7 23 ; sf. l^iKlU iff 1 45 6 ; — 1. be fearful, dreadful, e.g. wilderness Dt i 19 8 15 , land Is 2 1 1 , people 18" Hb i 7 , ice (in sim.) 'in mjn pj?3 Ez i 22 (del. @ Co). 2. cawse astonishment and awe: of Yahweh himself i^47 3 68 36 76 s ; ri?nn Nli3 awe-inspiring in praises Ex 1 5" (song); "rtfl N"ji3 Pl^X-^y aice- inspiring majesty (is) upon Eloah Jb37 22 ; c. p, to kings of the earth i//- 7 6 13 ; c. b V of hostile nations Zp2 n ; of^'s doings Ex 34 10 (J)f 66 35 ; niKnu(n) wonderful, glorious tilings, of Messianic king 45 s ; of Yahweh himself Dt io 21 2 S 7 23 = 1 Ch 1 7 21 Is 64 2 + 106 22 1 45 6 ; 'u adverbially in V' 65" i39 14 Ges* 118 - 6b Da s ^ww ; town 5n«Wl Di> ^ grea< aw«f aw/wZ rfay 0/ Yahweh Jo 3 4 Mai 3 s3 cf. Jo 2 11 . 3. inspire reverence, godly fear, and awe : a. as attribute of God, NIJP) ]ytb tliat thou mightest be revered ty 130 4 ; Pil3(H) Xli3(n)l (the) great and awful (God) Dt 7 21 io 17 Ne i 5 4 8 9 s2 Dn 9 4 ; with bv, above all gods f 96' = 1 Ch 16 25 ; above the angels round about him V' 89 s . b. of the name of Yahweh Dt 28' 8 ^99 3 1 11 9 Mai i 14 . O. of sacred things : ^«bo nvbttri Ju i3 6 ;placeoftheophanyGn2 8 17 (E). Piel. 5 Pf. 3 m. sf. ^Ni;_ 2 S i4 15 ; Inf. sf WJ^Ne6 l, j DN - !^ 2Ch 3 2 18 ; i>(. pi. D'NTO Ne 6 914 make afraid, terrify, with ace. Wyi adj. verb. v. supr. Pt. rwv 432 tntrVi n.f. fear; — *T Ez30 13 +6t.; cstr. nJrv Gn2o" + 27t.; sf. 'flffJJ Je 32 40 ; iTWV Ex20»; ^XT Jb 4 6 + 3 t.; 1JP«1!V'5 8 + 2 t.;— 1. fear, terror Is 7* Ez 30"; rb^i * ? «a< /«ar Jon i 10 - 16 ; || ins Dt 2 K ; || (n)Tjn ^ 2" 55*. 2. a terror = obj. of terror, J raj Ez i 18 (del. Co). 3. /ear 0/ GW, reverence, piety D^N ntp? Gn 20 11 (E), 2S23 3 Ne 5"; T0 *V Jb 6 14 ; wjfc% *V Ne 5 9 ; .Tin' 't 2Chi 9 9 Is n 3 33 6 V'34 ,2 Pr 10 27 14 2627 15 16 19 23 22 4 23 ,? ; || the knowledge (of God) Pr i 29 2' Is 1 1 2 ; is the beginning of wisdom ijf 1 1 1 10 Pr9 10 , and knowledge I 7 ; the instruction of wisdom 1 5 s3 , is to hate evil 8' 3 , and it involves departing from evil 16 6 ; s p* "> is wisdom Jb 28 s8 ; nNT is defined by context 15 4 ; with sfs. these are usually obj., fear of him Ex20 w (E), of thee ^rf 90" 1 1 9 s8 Is 63 17 , of me Je 32 40 , but subj., thy fear (i.e. thy religion) Jb 4" 2 2 4 . my. nin' yr 19 10 the fear of /, =the law as revered. TpN~P n.pr. loc. city in Naphtali Jos 19 38 , prob. Jarun Bd 1 "" 281 Survey 1 ^. tWYiO n.m. Dt4 * fear, 'o Mai 2»+ 3 t.; top Dt 26 8 ; sfs. »Klte Mai I 6 ; toflto Is8 12 ; D3N11D v l »+ 2 t.; pi. DWte Dt 4 34 ;— 1. fear, terror, Tr Gn 9 2 (P) ; || 10? Dt 1 i 26 . 2. reverence: HH^ ^'.^ wAere is <fce reverence due tome Mai i 6 . 3. object of reverence, esp. God Is 8 1213 ^ 76 12 ; || nna Mai 2 5 . 4. awe- inspiring spectacle or deed (D'piT^n) 'D(ri) Dt 4 34 26 8 34 12 Je 3 2 21 . tmYO n.[m.] Dnb rnto ruTtf f 9 21 , prob. appoint (Hos6") terror (i.e. some awe-ii^pii ing exhibition of power) for them Tlies SS RV Ew De Hu Pe Che after Mas S Aq Jer (ffjto a variation of or prob. error for NTiD) ; poss. set them a teacJier, master Bae after © 93 © H"jte, pofia6iTrjv ; neither altogether satisfactory. N"nVl n.pr.xn. (in Judah) 1 CI14 16 van d. H, appar. der. fr. V NT, cf. MV Buhl ; but Baer tonn (©Bom.; A e W w, ©L Efyia). t [KT'] vb. shoot, pour (Aram, orthogr. of ITV q.v.)— Qal Inf. cstr. D"Xn3 tAffy 2 Ch 26 16 shoot with arrows. Hiph. Inipf. W"^| 2 S 1 1 S4 and they shot at ffy«); Ft. pi. D^liSl v 24 «/te shooters, archers; Kt to be read WTl, tfljTjton ; but Mas. noting N as superfluous, would read rh, DTton from rrr (Bo' 1083 * 8 *). Hoph. TV mp/. only in IfT^ HWl B| nm Pr 1 1 25 he that watereth shall himself also be watered (Fl De MVal. derive — 'non bene,' Thes — from -Znyi, q.v., HT> for *.TIT ; but v. Thes Ew' 131 '- Bo' 181w SS Buhl Ko 1M5 ;' cf. rn> 4). fT^N"^ 11.pr.n1. v. sub ntO . II" 1 , ^y£^, BJKHV ntfiT v. sub an. T I vb. come or go down, descend -T380 (NH id.; MI 32 TKfl and Tlj As. arddu, D1 HWB24 °; Ar. j, come to, arrive at, also de- scend ; Eth. ift(S. descend ; Sab. Til and Tlin id., DHM in MV)— Qal 306 Pf IT Ex i 9 18 +; TV Ju5 ,313 (but readTT OpTV^j TJ i 9 »(read TV), etc. ; Zotjp/ IT Gn 4 2 38 + ; T& Gn 1 1 5 4- ; tvi 2 S22 10 4- 2 1. ; 3 fs. (Bte) rm 2 k i 1012 ; Tin Je 13 17 La 3 48 ; "it* Is 34 6 63 14 ; T1« Ez 26 11 (T-IV VrssCo); Tim Gn 24 18 +7 t.; 21ns. TUI Gn 26 s + 5 1. + 1 S 20 19 , where rd. TgBTI We Dr., cf. © © 3! ; 1 b. TKJ Gn 37 3S + 3 t.; TiXJEx 3"+ 3 t.; cohort. «3-n-JTK Gn 18 21 ; W^ 1 S i 3 12 + 4 1. ; vri>l Gn 4 2 3 + 1 9 1, ; 3 f. pi. nVpn Je 1 4 ' 7 + 2 t.; 1 pi. 1"?.?. Gn 43 5 ; cohort. ffT)J Gn 1 1 7 + 2 t.; T3Jh 2 K io 13 ; 7»m>. Tl Ex i 9 2I + ; 'Tl"! Gn 45" Ez 32"; WJJ 2 K 1 » ; fs. T) Je 48' 8 Is 47'; mpl. <Tj Gn42 J +5t.; /«/ a6«. T1J Gn 43 20 ; cstr. nTJ Gn 44 26 + J n TX») Gn 4 6» (v. Ko'- 402 ); sf. ••JPfl ^ 30 10 , etc. (in t// 30 4 rd. Kt n-iin?, so © © Che Bae, v. 01«™ b ' 246d ); P«. ■n^ j u 9 M +; fs. rrff La i 16 ; n-j^(n) Ec 3 21

S 25 30 , etc.; — 1. a. come or go down : from 

(fl?) a mountain Ex 19 14 32 115 (all E), 3 4 MM (JE), Dt 9 15 io 6 Nu 20 28 (P)+ ; abs. Ex 19 2124 (J), v 25 (J; c. ?£ pers.); from the air, of birds, sq. ?y Gn 15" (JE). b. go down (usu. from mountain or hill-country into plain), to battle, abs. Ju 5 14 ; sq. P»$ Ju i 34 ; sq. Dny^ J u 5 » ; sq. b« v 10 ", cf. 1 S 17 8 (sq. ^K pers.); sq. JW^? Ju 7 24 ; sq. "TQK pers. x S 14 36 ; sq. 3 loc. Ju 7 9 ; iTsd?^ TV nonfjoa i s 26 10 , cf. 29 4 30 24 ; of single oombat, t5?jfl V^J TVJ 2 S 23"= 1 Ch 1 1 23 . C. gro down to (ace.) threshing-floor, Ru 3 3 - 6 ; (from David's palace) to Uriah's house (^N) 2 S 1 1 910 - 1018 ; from temple to (ace.) king's house Je36 ,2 (4--i??E>n n?B ^*f)j ^0"JV3 T?. ITIin^ 22 1 ,etc. d.godown (abs.) from Palestine to T Egypt Gn 4 2 3 (E), v 38 (J) + 6 t. JE ; +sq. s b* Gn 45 9 (E); sq. ncn.SO Gn 4 6 3 - 4 (E), 12 10 2 6 2 TV (both J), Nu 20 15 (JE); sq. D^'O Jos 2 4 4 (E), Gn 43 15 (J), Is 30 2 31 1 52*; sq- n W Gn 4 2 2 (E)t; so to Philistine cities Ju 14 19 16 s1 1 S 13 20 Am 6 2 . e. from Jerusalem, abs. Ju I 9 1 K i 26 Ne 6 s 2 Ch 20 16 (to battle); to Jezreel 2 K 8 21 = 9 26 =2 Ch 22 6 ; to Samaria 1 K 22 2 =2 Ch 18 2 ; (to Gihon) 1 S I 38 , etc. tf. from altar nKKPirt ni'e>yD TV Lv 9 s1 (P); from chariot, c. ^yo Ju4 15 ; from ass, c3yt? 1S25 23 ; from throne, c. byo Ez 26 16 , abs. Is 47 1 , cf. TOSD «Tj Je 4 8 18 ; from ships, c. JO Ez 27 s9 ; from bed, c. |? 2 K i 4 - 616 (all opp. rby). tg. go dozen nryn Gn

i6 - 45 (j); sq. Tiwj ^y r' n "£ Ex 2 5 ( E )> °* C abs -) 
K 5"; sq.acc.yVBn , S 23*; t^^flM^] 

ni»JK3 D>n Tjfr ^ 107 23 ; abs. (into pit or well) 2Sa3"«i Chu", sq. DB> (i.e. -W3) 2 S 17 18 . — *fnj|Jn 1 i 37 ,rd. , n*™ ( ■/TO, wander about), RS in Bla. +h. =smi, in water nii>iX03 1TV |3N-iQ3 Ex 15 5 (song in E); WR tnn $»? Jon 2 7 ; more gen., opp. rising, *»TV WflJ Vy? niyi53 ^ 104 8 mountains rise, valleys sink ; ntoinn rrv dw ^y: 107*. i. go down to She'61: tsq. rb«? Gns? 35 (J; +"?3"^), Nu 16 3033 (JE), Ez 3 i 15 -' 7 ; sq. ^Kf Ez 32" ^ 55 16 Jb7 6 (opp.n^y); nj"p5 &? *3i fluf"; abs. Is 5 " Ez 32 19 (|| n?3^n), v*-", * 4 9 15 K ir !- n «); D^ny rrjv Ez 32"; sq. nns? Jb 33 24 , tinpby ^ 30 10 ; sq. Ta V 30 4 Qr (Kt *ttC); *$ ■Hr^aJr^S Is I4 ,9 t; "V3 H-lV ^ 28 1 Ez 26 20 - 20 (||ni>nnriHK) + iit.(v.ii3); f^Ttf* 4 **^*; n»VTH-tv ii5»(||D*nBn) ; nie rfrf n^np r5 5 , cf. 7 s7 (Jl^iKf 'JTJty note also pn . . . yv> 'd y^yb nsioi) ton ni-i 4 n non3n Ec 3 21 (opp. nbyn njWD^HVi; r d. nnTn.nbVn, with Vrss, see VB). j. fig. '333 TJ' Is 1 5 3 going down (dissolving) in tears (|| T^* ; cf.3c). tk. = 6«iwo«<ra«erf,abs., of horses and riders Hg 2 12 , cf. Is 34', peril, also Je 48 15 50 27 ( + ng»^) ; forest IS32 19 Zc 1 1 2 ; city Dt20 M La i 9 ; wall Dt28 52 ; nation HED inn ntfp, Dt28 43 (opp. nb); rtoxp Ez 26" + n^ (where Co 1TMV1). +2. of divine manifesta- tions: descend,^' ' intheoph.[=nnn b] vby TV eto * Ex i 9 1M8 (E), v 20 (J ; inn Btev^f), cf. NeV 3 ; itVKT^S •top n ^?S * T£ IS31 4 ; abs. Gn 11" 18 21 Ex 3 8 (all J),'ku ii n (JE), 2 S 22'°=* i8» (cf. 144 5 ). Mi i 3 Is 6 3 19 6 4 2 ; TV!

V3 " Ex 34 6 Nu 1 1 26 , cf. 1 2 s (all JE); of pillar

o7cloudEx 33 9 (JE); Till B&frfa '? P r 3° 4 J

TV 

of angels on D^D ; 13 DTft B^V Gn 28" (E). 3. of inanimate things : a. hail c. ?y pers. Ex 9 19 (J); dew c. ^? loc. Nu 1 i 9 (JE), ^i33 3 ; rain (as P?K and ff), sq. BJBjfa ]0 + b]! pers. Dt 28 24 , so in sim. of future king V7J "OM T£ yfr 72'; of Oft and J^f, c. BTD^n JD Is 55' ; manna (c. V loc.) Nu 1 1 9 (JE); fire from (ft?) heaven 2 K 1 »»•'••»•»•" 2 Ch f, abs. 2 Ch 7 s . b. waters, flowing down "HirTJD T#n ?ri|n Dt 9 s1 , cf. Jos 3 13 (sq. n^D), v 18 ; sq. n:nyn B^y v 16 ; na-iyn-^y Ez 4 7" ; sq. p? 4 7 '. c. tears, ca^p-'aba <:;y rrtj ^ 119 36 , and so La 3*; also nnn* ^vy D^P La i ie ,and so Je gP 13 17 i4 17 (cf. also Is 15 3 , 1 j). d. of oil descending upon (i:y) beard, etc. yjr 133 s ' 2 . ®- of shadow on dial 2 K 20" = Is 3 8 8,8 . f. of boundary going down, (from or to a place) Jos i6 3 (JE), elsewhere P, Nu 34 11 " 12 Jos 15 10 16 7 17 9 18 1316 . g. come down, abs. of headdresses, in sign of humiliation Je 13 18 . h. pride of power Ez 30 6 . i. of calamity nND Mi i 13 ; TC iDDn np"!i5-^y ^ 7 17 ; of sword de- scending on (^y) Edom Is 34 s . j. fig. of words oftalebearer;iB3- , n.10VrVPr I 8 8 =26 22 .— Vid. also supr. 1 k. tHiph. Pf. 3 ms, Tlin 2 K 16"; T<"!ini consec. Am 3" (We TWl); 2 ms. Tprm 1 K 2 9 ; 2 fs. sf. ^"Ilin Jos 2 18 (v. Baer"- and KB 1 - 412 ); rtrfn i S 6 15 La 2 10 etc.; Impf. 3 ms. TjJ«l Ju 7 5 + 5 t. (+ 1 K 6 32 Klo, who rds. T}»J ferTJl, v. Tin); sf.^TI^Ob 3 ; *<Tji' i S 3 o M I K 17 23 ; Din'l 1 K 18 40 ; 2 ms. Tvn ^ : 1 K 2 6 ; sf. Tnin( n .)i S30 1S , ti-pSn^r^etc; /»m>.ms.T?.in Ex 33 5 + 2t.; sf.^nnnin Ez 32"; iovnin^ 59 12 ; fs. , T"!in La 2 18 ; mpl. VT^rl Gn 43 7U ; sf. Wr)«J1 Gn 44 21 ; /»/. cstr. Tn1n|> Gn 3 7 25 ; sf. nnin Ez

1 16 ; Pi. T"]to 1 S 2 6 ; Tib 2 S 2 2 48 ;— cause to 

come or go down: 1. a. fcrm;? <?o«m (to Egypt), c. ace. pers. + "# Gn 39 1 (J) ; + nan 45" (E) ; + ^« 44 21 ; abs.43 7 ; c.acc.rei 43"; +npnst? 37 s5 ; abs. 43 M (all J); from Canaan to desert Dti 26 (fq.«^??); to (?K) Amalekites 1 S 30 1515 ; abs. v"; irmy rfotCTi (obj. pers. vel reiy D^n _ 7K Ju 7"; ta-^ Dt 2 1 4 1 K 18 40 ; BJ§ 1 K 5 s3 ; to Gaza (nflj?) Ju 16 21 ; from Jerusalem to Gihon, c. ^y (Qr b») 1 K i 33 ; to valley of Jehosh. ^f) Jo 4 2 ; from (|0) temple (to king's house) 2 K 1 1 19 = 2 Ch 23 20 ; from (h») altar 1K1 ; from (|1?) upper chamber, sq. fVV'ri iKif ; from f f TV

rv

(JlS)the heavens Am 9 s ; Edom,from (ft?) nest in rocks Je 49 16 Ob 4 ; cf. of Isr.D^Otfn f)iy3 Ho 7 12 ; c. ace. of limit ()*v?) Ob 3 ; bring down (from Babylon) into (3) ships Is 43 14 (v.VB). b. send down rain (D3'3l 1 ) Ez 34 s6 , cf. Jo 2 n =cause to flow down, obj. spittle, tyrbl* Vvn TJ*1 1 S 2 1 "; tears nvc' 5 } ?ri33 '•"Viin La2 18 ; water-streams OK nH-|| Tjfa ^ 78' 6 . C. = Zay prostrate, prostrate SRJJ :JEP T*)in Am 3 11 (where however We rds. T3«g, cf. Pr 21 22 ; D^E^ "WWJ infcO Is io 13 ; of God's casting down peoples ^ 56" Is 63 s (sq. F$); «n™i> EMJ8 T "!to 2S22* P3*|3 in || i/e 18 48 ); so perhaps Babylonians, like lambs, ni2Bbje5i 40 ;so^59 l2 (siveral.;(SiOT?ni make them vagabonds, v. Lag Pr0I>hcb * ld(,872, ' ll " lL VB Hup Now Che Bae Dr 2815 ' 20 ). d. bring down to She '61! bjM i^ T"liD WW rvDD '" 1 S 2 6 ; sq. ty)Mp also 1 K 2 ; sq. nSiK^ (obj. grey hair) Gn 42 18 44 2931 (all J); cf. Ez 26 30 31 16

18 ; sq. nnB* -ik:6 ^ 55 ™ ; nrjjfe Ez 28 8 . 2. 

<a£e (foum (from cart) i S 6' 5 ; the sea from upon (??*?) the brazen oxen 2 K 1 6 17 ; corpse from (!*?) tree Jos 8 s9 , and (^S?) io 27 (both JE); the |3f» Nu i 51 (P); the TpB Nu 4 s (P); take of orna- ments <|7$9 Ex 33 5 (JE). 3. ?e< down V$ HT-by PPJ3 Gn 2 4 ' 8 , so, with n^VO v 46 , to give one a drink ; HSIS tanntpWrnN B*K ITJ&l Gn 44" (all J); obj. pers. Jos 2 18 , ?&nn ip Sana v 15 (both JE); |#nn nya 1S19"; cf. also rt*)

d&tV riSira JB'ST H?£ La 2 '° t/ie virgins of Jerusalem have bowed down ilieir lieads to the ground. tHoph. Pf. T3TI Gn 39'+ 2 1.+ 1 S 30 34 Kt (Qr Qal Pt.); T|W) consec. Zc 10"; 2 ms. rrpjini Ez 31 18 ; Impf. 2 ms. T3M Is i4 16 ;— 1. be brought down nonXO Gn 39 1 (J); non!>Ba 1 S 30 24 Kt (v. supr.); to She'61 qj)«| 7*$ T2*l Is 14 11 (of king of Babylon); TJ» btoffy ■fa^O^rr-^ v is. rvnnn n?"^? §73*') Ez 3 1 ' 8 ; "WB>K |isa mini Zcio 11 .— In AmfVe rds. "]DD "Him (v. Hiph. supr.) 2. 6e <aiew doton, of the (3^t?Nuio 17 (P). fTY! ii.pr.m. 1. son of Mehall'el, fourth generation from SethGn 5 "•»•»•»; "T^r 9 1 Ch i 2 ; © I 0/ )«8 (v. Lag BNr ). 2. TK man of Judah 1 Ch 4 18 ; © id. T"nV2 n.[~m.] descent, slope; abs. 'ID Mi J 4 + 2 t.; cstr. ~l~liO Jos 10" Je48'; — 1. descent, slope, as designation of locality Jos 7 6 10" ('E3 pirnV3; bothJE); D^ilH 'm Je48 6 ; + &ph Tjtei ins. in 2 S 13 34 © We Dr; in gen. tTD3 Titoa Dnao Mi i 4 . 2. ~i^i» nkw 1 K y» wor& of descent, i.e. lianging-work (VB). 'fn" 1 n.pr.fl. Jordan (ace. to Rel 01* 215c , fr. VC with J— for orig. J—, cf. © 6 IopSawjt ; = river as flowing downward, descending, then of particular stream as river kot c£oxi)v. See also Sta sa4 ° (|— for J—, but name ace. to Sta non-Hebr.)) — abs. alw. "Ijn in prose Gn 13'° + i62t.; c. n loc. njT)>n J u 8 4 +3t.; ?TT- only f 4 2 7 Jb 40 23 ; cstr. ]V;_ Nu 26 3 + 1 1 t. Nu Jos + 1 Ch 6 m : — the river of Palestine : in all periods, chiefly Hex ( 1 2 2 t. : Gn 5 t. J ; Nu 20 t. P, 1 1. JE ; Dt 26 t.; Jos 34 t. JE, 20 t. D, i6t.P),Ju(i2t.),andS(i8t.); inKi3t.; Ch 7t.; elsewh. 10 t.;— mn |T)jn Gn 3 2 n (J), Dt ■f 3 1 2 Jos i 211 4 22 (all D); fyijn nap Gn 50 1011 (J), Jos f 2 4 8 (both JE), +2ot.D + Ju 5' 7 io 8 1 S 3 1 7 ; P has also JTpi? 135?D Nu 32 19 , and |Tj4 '!«? v 19 - 32 35" Jos 14 3 , also Jos 17 5 (JE), 18 7 (D), Ju 7 25 1 Ch 12 37 26 30 ; in P pecu- liarly 'rnj plT ^ Jordan of (at) Jericho, with ^5? Nu 26 3 ' 63 31 12 33 4850 35 1 36 13 , with b 13PO Nu 2 2 1 34 16 Jos 13 32 20 8 (= 1 Ch 6 ra ), with JD Jos 1 6 1 (E 1) ; m'n n3J? Is 8 s3 Dt 4 49 Jos 1 f (P) ; see sub "W; IT}5J *8 Jos 3 ,3 - ,3 4 18 - 23 (all JE), 3 8 S^bothD); H"!!lIWD 4 7 (JE); '^n |iw J e 1 2 6 49 19 50 44 Zcii 3 (v. J1NJ p. 145 a, supr.); T)Sf 'Tn 2 K 2 13 ; nr£n T byi D^n-^y 3B*i' Nu 1 3 s9 (JE ; elsewh. inNu, P); }T1»n 133 <Ae ««,& 0/ Jordan, i.e. the plain about JerichoGn I3 10I1 (J), 1 K 7" 2 Ch 4 17 ; ^?n nhsvp J u 3 s8 1 2 5 - 6 /wrf* of the Jordan; 7*"$*. 'J? 1??"^ H1^ n^^^ Jos 2 2", cf. v 10 (both P ; v. ni Wa supr. p. 1 65) ; fTK rW V' 4 2? (without art. only here and in foil.); Wr>|j IT?!?3; Jb 40 23 a Jorrfow bursteth forth into his mouth. t n*"P vb. throw, shoot (NH shoot, Hiph. teach; Aram. Aph/'liN teach; Eth-WdtDijecit; Amh. ware is information, news,v. No ZMni886,724 ; As. drU, lead, guide, D1 HWB241 ; tertu, law, Dl HA49 ; Zinj. n' set, found, DHM 8<! '" lKh - 57 , cf. 2 infr. — Buhl distinguishes ly vlff: Lis throw, cf. mod. Ar. warra; n. Hiph.=;OTotsiere, cf. rrn; in. Hiph.=<eac/t, cf. nxn, Ar.^l^, ujj', but evidence for this division hardly sufficient) —Qal Pf. 'T? Ex i5 4 + 3 t.; is. WT, Gn 31" Jos 18 6 ; Impf. 1 pi. sf. tiyfl Nu 21 80 (88 after i-m

® D^l.seeGes* 76 ®'); Imv. HT 2 K 13"; Inf. abs. '"IT Ex 19 13 ; cstr. tSf^? f n 2 64 6 ; Pt. nV p r 26 18 ; pi. D^i- 1 Ch 10 s ; CTf 2 Ch 3s 23 ; — 1. throw, cast, with ace: cast lots Jos 18 6 (E) ; army into (3) the sea Ex 1 5 4 (song). 2. cast ( = lay, set), corner-stone Jb 38 s ; pil- lar Gn 3 1 51 (E; v. Zinj. supr.) 3. shout arrows, abs. Ex ic; 13 (E) 2 K 13 17 ; ace. of arrows

S 20 3637 Pr 26 18 ; ace. pers. Nu 2 1 30 (song, E) 

V'64 5 : with p pers. 1 i 2 ; n 11 "]^ archers 1 Ch io 3

Ch 35 2S . 4. throw water, rain: H06 3 , but v. 

tTfi 1 early rain (cf. Hiph. 3). Niph. Impf. T?." sliot through (with arrows) Ex 19 13 (E). Hiph.i'/.3ms.sf. , nfl Jbso 19 ^ Baer); vnifl 2K12 3 ; wtin ^,1 1 9 '« 2 ; 1 s/n^ini Ex4 15 i S I2 23 ; sf. Tn^.'n Pr 4 U ; WW Ex 4 12 ; /rop/ rni" ^ 25 s + 5 t. ; n*! 2 K 13 17 (for this and other forms see Ges ,76 < 2>e ); Tft Pr 4 4 ; tf# Ju 13 s +2 t.; yp V-- 25 12 Is 28 26 ; Vr#H Ex 15 25 ; DT" 2 K 17 27 f 64 s ; 2 f.sf. T]in f 45 5 ; JQh Jbi2 7 - 8 ; 2 m.sf. CHta iK8 36 =2Ch6 27 ; 1 s. nV.M 1S20 20 Jb 2 7 n ; sf. TJ* ^32 8 ; 3 mpl. niDt24 8 +3 t.; ITl< 2S11 20 2Ch 3 5 23 ; Vn' f 64 s ; irrt' Dt i7 10 + 2 t.; 7mr. sf. "31'n Jb 34 32 ; T!'n f 27"+ 2 t.; pi. sf. "STtin Jb 6 s4 ; /«/. ertr. niin Gn 4 6 28 + 3 1.; ornin Ex 24 12 ; Pt. nfo 1 s 2o 36 +5 t.; rrjb Pr 6 13 ; pi. Dnin 1 S 3 i 3 + 2 t.; sf. "QIC Pr 5 1 ' 3 ; TT° Is 30 20 - 20 ;— 1. «A«w, ca*<, with i>, into the mire Jb30 19 . 2. sAoo< (arrows) 1 S 20 20 - 36 2 S 1 1 20 2 K 13 17 i 9 32 =Is 37 s3 ; with b, of pers. 2 Ch 3s 23 ; ace. pers. ^ 64 s8 ; D^io archers 1 S 3 1 33 1 Ch io 3 . 3. throw water, rain: nT>1 D3? pTS? Ho io xl and rain righteousness for you (Thes al. under 5) ; hence >Tlto early rain (cf. Qal 4). 4. point out, shew : 1"3si> rninp njB'J On 46 s8 (J) to point out before him (the way) to Goshen; Vnyaxtta rnb p r 6" pointing out with his fingers ; ace pers. et rei Ex 15 25 (JE) ijr 45 s Jb 6 24 . 5. direct, teach, instruct : a. of men, abs.Bezalel in handicraft Ex35 S4 (P); c. ace. pers., a father Lis pod Pr 4 4 ; the ai.eients Job Jb 8 10 ; the animals and the earth, the friends of Job 12 78 ; c. 2 ace. Is 28"; *TyP in the way 1 S 1 2 a fr 25 s 32 s Pr 4"; ?S"T3 concerning tlte Juind of El Jb 27". — "W "TO teaching lies is used of prophet Is 9 14 . b. specially of the authoritative direction (v. HTD) given by priests on matters of ceremonial observance, with ace. rei and S> pers. Dt 33 10 (song), they teach thy judgments to Jacob, and thy direction (law) to Israel; double ace. 17 1011 according to the direction, wherewith they direct thee; 24 s (on rrwi leprosy), Lv io" (P), abs. 14 57 (P), 2 Ch 15 s rrjte fnb, e*44" the Zadokite priests rr*wnK ?hp BHp p3; Mi 3" the priests give such 'direc- tion' for hire; less technically, of Moses Ex 24" (E),of Jehoiada 2 K 1 2 3 , of the Samaritan priests 2K 17 s7 - 28 . c. of God: c. ace. pers. Is 28 26 V' IX9 102 ; double ace. Ex 4 12I6 (J)> Ju 13 8 Jb 34"* I K V(m1[flp b« 2 Ch 6 21 ), f 27" 86" 119 33 ; ace. pers. ^."13 ^ 25 12 ; 1 , 3"V ! !'? of his ways Is 2 3 = Mi 4 2 . d. of idol-image Hb 2 18 pjjg fTito), v 19 . T ~ni ' n.pr.m. "* '03 one of the families of the restoration Ezr 2 18 (© Ovpa, lapa) = *pn Ne 7 24 (© Aptup). Ti 't lV n. [m.] early rain, which falls in Palestine from the last of October until the first of December, opp. Bnp^P : Dt 1 1 14 Je 5 24 Ho 6 8 (where MT makes f Pt., or Hiph. Impf., but v. We) ; cf. also 1. rniD. Vid. further Rob BBI.4S91 Chap]in rEF1883.e'«f. £,<,}„ 2PV h, 72f. fi. n-li": n.m.* 8, - 7 (early)rain(cf.n-)^) ; _ Jo 2 s3 (|| DOT, Bnpj>D) v 23 (del. We), ^8 4 7 . fii. iTV^D a.m. 1 ' 30 - 20 teacher;— abs. in rniD ffa$ Gn i2 6 (J) = rnb vibx Dt n 30 (Sam © P-W), </te teacher's terebinth (see P?N) near Shechem ; cf. Tjton D5?33 Ju 7 1 teachers hill near the plain of Jezreel, prob. Little Hermon, JVeit Z>aAi Bd r * 1244 ; the terebinth being a holy tree from which divine teaching was given, and the hill of the teacher the seat of a holy place whence divine teaching was given ; see also (of God) Jb36 22 ; here belong prob. likewise nto Pr 5 13 , and T?° Is 30 2020 . tmiFl n.f. Dtl ' 6 direction, instruction, law(poss. in first instance from casting lots, We Gi,«o i H3 91 ( less confidently Ve ski ™ n " 1 - 167 ), SSSm ATBel.O.« ; h.86 Benz Arch.«6]Sr ow Arch.lI.97 ) Qpp by Kq - Off.Db. li. 347 ■ Baud rn«t.rth,m. 207^ ; _' n> Ex I 2 49 + 88 t.J cstr.niin Ex i3 9 +65t.; sfs/n^n ^ 78'+ i6t.; !jnnn j e 32 s3 ; innh 44 23 + 3 4t. sfs.; pi. nhin Ne 9"; nT.n Is 2 4 5 +2 t.; sf. *tft» Ez 44 24 ; imin 43 11 44 5 + 5 t. sfs.; — 1. instruction: a. human : of a mother Pr i 8 6 2023 ; of a father 3' 4 2 7 2 ; of sages 13 14 28 4 - 47 - 9 29 18 ; of a poet f 78 1 ; TDn niin kind instruction (of a wise wife) Pr 3 1 2 ' 6 . b. divine Wm Jb 22 K ; through his servants Is 3 o 9 Je8 8 ; HrnONIss 24 ; |WIn»; II rrriyri 8 W »; || |itn La 2 9 ; pi. nmn Dn 9'°. c. a body of prophetic (or sometimes perh. priestly) teaching Is 42 21 " 4 Je 9 12 16"; in the heart Is 5i r F f 2 rmn f 37 J1 4 o 9 ; l| DBBtoHb i 4 ; || mDSE>Df 89 31 ; g tHR Je6 ,9 26 4 Zc7 n ; ||D'pn Am 2 4 ; ||npn Je44 1 ° 23 ; myriads of precepts Ho 8 n . d. instruction in Messianic age Is 2 3 =Mi 4 4 , Is 42" 51 4 Je 31 33 . e. a body of priestly direction or instruction relating to sacred things Ho 4 6 Je 2 8 18 18 En 7* Hag 2" Mai 2 M - M Zp 3 4 Ez 22 26 ; || nnin tb fin to ;nb to 2 Ch 1 5 s . 2. tow (prop, direcft'o/i) : viz. a. of special laws, sg. of Feast of Massoth Exi3 9 (J), sabbath i6 4 (J); of direction given by priests in partic. case Dt 17 11 ; of statutes of priest's code Ex i2 49 (P), Lv6 2718 7 1 " 187 «" 12 7 13 s9 14" 1 "' i5 3S Nu5 a,J0 6 13 - S1 " 1 i5 16M 19 214 31" (P); man nnin EZ43 1 " 2 ; mso|> 'n pa 2 Ch

10 ; pi. nKlB tows, || D"pn Ex i8 16M (E; of 

decisions in civil cases given by Moses), ^ 105 40 ; ||mvoExi6 ffl (J); ||mxD,mpn Gn26 5 (J); ||n<pn d^db'dLv2 6 46 (H); ||nn3,pnis2 4 6 ; Uttoueto D'pn, niVD Ne 9 13 ; the laws of the new temple Ez 43" 44 5 ' 24 ; those laws in which men should walkJe32 !3 (Kt). b. of codes of law, (1) nninn as written in the code of the covenant, || mXBn Ex 24 12 (E); Tfrb* n$n nDD Jos2 4 26 (E); prob. also Dt 33 4 , || D'DSBT3 v 10 , || W% Ho 8 1 V 78 10 . || nvijj v 6 ; (2) the law of the Deuteronomic code, in D and Deuteronomic sections of Kings and sources of Chr., nt&n .Titan Dti 5 4 844 i7 18 3i 9 '"; nwn 'nn na^ 2 7 26 31 s4 , + ^a 17" 27" 28 s8 29 s8 31" 3 2 46 ; n'wn 'nn net? 2 8 61 ; nrn nninn naD 29 20 30 10 3i M Jos i 8 ; nmnn isd 8 34 2 K 22 8 = 2 Ch 34 15 ; rninn nan JosS 34 2K23 24 ; so .nninn ntyo T.S "*&• Jos I? > similarly 2 2 5 2 K 17 13 ' 3437

1 8 ; neto rota (nsD) Jos 8 31 - 32 23" 1 K 2 s 2 K 1 4 6 

='d nBDa 'nn 2 Ch 25 4 , 2 K 23 s5 ; 'nn nsp nan 2 K 22" ='nn nan 2 Ch 34 19 ; ran" 1 nnin % k ". It is probable that 'Tl in V' * M 94 12 and some other parts of Chr., e.g. 1 CI122 12 2Ch6 16 (=iK S 25 without 'n), refers to Deuteronomic code. (3) other passages of Chr. may refer to code of D, but most of them certainly refer to the law of the Priests' code. The same is true of Mai Dn and late ^. The phrases are : (nSD) ne*> nnin 2 Ch 23 18 3 o' 6 Ezr 3 2 7 6 Ne8 1 Mai 3 s2 Dn 9 11 - 13 ; mm nn-Jl (nBD) Ezr 7 10 Ne 9 3 1 Ch 16 40 2 Ch 12 1 17 9 31" 34 14 35" + !9 9 "9 1 ! (1BD) Cfflhei nnin Ne 818 io 29 - 30 ; 'nn nsD 8 3 ; 'nn nan y 9.13. JTlton 2 C l, j 4 3 jjSl 33 8 Ezr io 3 Ne gj.7.14 jo 35 - 37 12 44 13 3 ; T? ' n f "9 72 ; inmn Ne 9 26 - 29 - 34 Dn n" Ir tiq18-29-34.44.51.53.56.61.70.77 .86.92.97.109.113.126.136.142. iio.i53.io.ie.i74. nnin (indef.) || mp n . nwm Ne 9 14 - . custom, manner : O^ N? nnin 2 S 7 ,9 </*e manner of man, not of God, i. e. deal with me as man with man, Thes, law for man RV, but Ew zhxDYV c„»<*.iii.i8o reads rm (iDNnni) hast fchewed me generations of men; so We Dr. — On 'n v. further Dr on Dt I 10 24 s 33 10 and reff. t "H'V f = mm 11 whomFa/* teacheth) n.pr.m. chief of the tribe of Gad 1 Ch 5 13 , © Ig>/>« . t^WV (founded of El) n.pr.loc. *» lano 2 Ch 20 16 , © Ic/>u;X, not identified, prob. part of wilderness of Judah, near Ziz ( Wady Husdsah). isWy. { ac ^ n> ) n.pr.m. chief of tribe of Issachar, 1 Ch 7 2 , © PttijX, If ptrj ; ©L lapovrjK,

  • in**V* 1 Ch 23" 24 s3 , mn» 26 31 n.pr.m.

(cf. ?t?n^ chief of one of the Levitical courses, © ISouS, lepia, USbt, It8fi/iOf, etc. t [^^ l, ] vb. only Qal Impf. 3 mpl. VTJP Is 44 s (van d. H Baer, but prob. s nnn si vera 1., so Thes) ; 1 be stupefied (cf. Ar. s,J, Thes al.), but Frey fatuus et stolidus fait ; < Ew al. who rd. W]» fr. NT (|| nns). a?ttft"V , ff'TaJW n.pr.loc. Jerusalem

  • - t : 7 • - t : 644 *

(in As. Vrusalim, Tel Amarna, Zin^ 1891 . 252 - 264 ; Ursalimmu, C0T GloM -; © Upovaa'kw, -/and mng. dub.; Eel Ew al. der. fr. D-'B' $Ff[ jyosses- sion of peace (or Salem's possession); Thesal. fr.nnj, i.e.^m + DpK'a foundation of peace; Grill zAw.i^mff. f ouna - ation f Shalem (Sh. = God of peace, =); but name not certainly Hebr.; ace. to Sayce Ac * d • F ' !b • 7 • 1891 • ,38:H,^h ' ,rCrl, • 176 (opposed by Zim 2 *- 1891 ' 263 ), Jastr JBLlU892 - I0(1 = 7 7rM (city) + Salim, n.pr.div.); — usu. aXftV (Qr per- petuus), Josio 10 + ; 0$** iSi7 M + ; 0$. 5 t.acc. to Mas.(vid. Frensdorff""'- M • g " , • *°), viz. Je 26 18 1 Ch 3 6 2 Ch 25 1 32" (c. n loc), Est 2 6 , (but tb- 1 Ch 3 5 van d. H Baer), so Maccab. coins, Levy OMCh - d - JM - Miinz ' 42f -; c. n loc. n~ffi* 1 K io 2 Is 36 s Ez 8 3 ; (no;^- 2 Ch 3 2 9 supr.); ntfe. 2 K 9 28 ; with prefixes: 'n'3 2 S 9" + ; "im? 2 K i8 22 + ; / " , » 2 S 15" + ; '»TJ 1 K 23'+; — Jerusalem, renowned as capital of all Israel, afterwards of southern kingdom, seat of central worship in temple, first named as city of Canaanite Adoni-Sedek tJos io'- 3 - 623 (all JE), cf. i2 10 (D); inhabited by Jebusites Jos j 5 63.63 (p^ j u I 2i.2i ) c f_ v 7 (Adoni-Bezek); identif. with DO; Ju I9 10 , and 'DUp (q.v.) Jos 15 8 18 28 (both P); captured by Judah Ju I 8 ; first named in connexion with David iS i7 54 t; taken posITV

T 1 session of by David as king 2 S 5:4; David's royal seat v 61314 8 7 1 1 J + ; it remained the capital until taken by Nebuchadrezzar, B.C. 588, 2 K 25:1 + ; it became the chief home of the returned exiles Ezr 1:11, 2:11; Ne 2:11, 17 + ; mentioned S 31 1., Ko2t., Ch isit., Ezr 25 t., Ne38t., Is 1 27 t., Is" 22 t., Je 107 t., Ez 26 t., ZC41 1., etc.— Vid. also n.pr.loc. DU^ D.?t5'. n*l^ (v^of foil.; meaning dub.; ace. to MV Buhl=niN, of moon as wanderer, so Lag BN40 ). trrP n.m. jM1 ° ,s moon, esp. poet. (NH id.; Ph. fTV; As. irihu, ace. to Pinches bohaub.i888.jo7. Eth. d>Ci: moon, month; cf. sub ITV) — abs. rtT Gn 37" + 25 t.; sf. T|rrn Is 60 20 :— moon, usually named with sun Jos io 1213 (poem in JE), f 72 s (D-V ^isb) tiyfrOQ, 89 s8 (in these two, a symbol of permanence), 121 6 Is 60 19 Hb 3" Jo 3 4 ; obj. of idolatrous worship Jb 31 26 ( + sun); in same sense also + sun and stars Dt 4' 9 1 7 3 2 K 23 s Je 8 2 ; as determiner of feast- times yjr 104" (|| sun); + stars, as shining by night ijr 1 36" ( || sun, by day), so D"V npn Je 3 1 36 (||t'a!.); elsewh. + sun and stars Gn 37' (E), Is 13 10 Ez 3 2 7 Jo 2'° 4 15 ir 148 3 Ec 12 2 ; +stars ^ 8 4 Jb25 5 ; with neither sun nor stars only rrv ■'itt-iy f 72'. fi. rW n.m. Zc,le month (Aram. K0£,liw new moon, month; Palm. rwVog No1 ; As. arhu COT 010 "- Muss-Arnolt ,BLx ' 1892 - 73 - 163 ; cf. Ph. Eth. sub PV; Sab. rrv month, T)HM zmim - m - , 369 HaI ,A8 *, 1. ^_ abg nT- I K 6» + 3 1. J CStr. ieZ.Dtai 13 2K15' 3 ; fL.tNT* Ex2 2 + 3 t.; cstr. 'DT Jb 7 s 29 s ; — 1. month, as measure of time, during, or in which Ex 2 2 (E), Zc 1 1 8 Jb 39 s ; tm "nv jb 7 3 ; D-ijj »rrv 2 g>; pleon. on?; rrv a month (of) days=a month of time Dt 21 13 2 K 15 13 . 2. calendar month, with name 1] TV

K 6 37 (2nd mo., cf. v 1 ); !*B Rj; v 38 (8th mo.)l 

Vyrm rrv t K 8 2 (7th mo.); cf. tmv 1SDC3 Pfc^5» Jb'3 6 ; rriTV eha Dt 33 4 produce of months, i.e. of various seasons of year. — Cf. synon. Bnn, tn. [n^|j] n.pr.ni. 'son' of Joktan, only nv Gn IO 26 (© lapad, ©L ltpa x )=i Ch 1 s0 (®L lap.). tnVV n.pr.m. a Gadite, 1 Ch 5"; © I&u, ©L Apovt. frev v. ^rp-v crfv , Vsnnn"! v . sub wn tyrn^ n.pr.m. an Egyptian slave 1 Ch 2 3135 ; © Ia> x ,X, ®L Upa. T UJ J _ vb. be precipitate, precipitate (trans.) (cf. Ar. tj. conjecit, praecipitem dedit in puteum, exitium, Frey.) — Qal Pf B"V Nu 22 32 , app. c. subj. lfyjri ; tlie way is precipitate, (RV m headlong) b-fore me. but transit. * V ~fo »JQ"V D'yen Jbi6 mto the hands of wichd men he precipitates me (v. Di; 9BT = *?BT i Baer's text '3t3T points to /nUl q. v.) ; hence perh. rd. D^T, Nu 22 s2 ; thou hast precipitated the journey in front of me, i. e. rushed recklessly in front of me ; v. Di ; Kau AT leaves untransl. inn" 1 , rthVf , ilTV n.pr.loc. Jericho • : ■ : •■ : 67 (on form see Baer on Jos 2' Je 39 s Ko"" 1 '*; «/ and mng. dub.; ace. to.Thes al. from ni"l, ■=.regio fragrans, the district abounding in palms, rose-gardens, balsam, etc.); — Vl^V Jos 2 1 + 27 1. Jos.(i 9 1. JE, 3 t. D, 6 t. P). + 5 1.' 2 K 2 ; irrv jos 18 21 2 S 10 s Je 39 s 52 s ; nrrv r k 16"; fTV Dt 34 1 (P), v 3 (D), Nu 22' (P) + 9 1. P, 2 K 25 s Ezr 2 M Ne 3 2 7 36 + 3 t. Ch ;— Canaanit. city taken by Josh. Jos 6 1 (JE) -)- ; having a king 2 23 8 a io 1 (all JE), io 2830 12' (all D); near Jordan, whence (irvv) irrv |T£ v. ftT supr.; Mt. Nebo isdescribed as in-!V?S"^yDt32 <9 34'(P); (called Dnoriri TJ J u d i 10 3 13 ; so in appos. Dt 34 3 2 Ch 28 1S ); the adjacent plain is called irrv nyps Dt 3 4 3 (JE); ftTV nuny 2 K 25 5 = Je 39 5 =52 8 ; inn' 'y J os 4 > 3 5" (both P); among returning exiles appear irrv '33 Ezr 2 M =Ne 7 s6 , and among builders of wall irrv 't^K Ne3 2 (BeRy Eyle ad loc. and Ezr 2 s4 ); — mod. (E)rlh&; see also GASm*"'* ™|^ (-/of foil.; meaning dubious). tlfV n-f. 5 " 5 - 27 thigh, loin, side, base (NH id. ; Aram. N?T; Zinj."TV loin; As.arku, arkdtu, back, rear, hereafter D1 HWB242 ; Ar. t^.j hip) — abs. in! Ju i5 8 + 6 t.; cstr. TTV Gn 24 s + 1 1 t + 2 S 3 s7 (v. infr.); sf. '?"V Gn 2 4 2 47 29 ; tJ?JJ Nu 5 21 ; i3T Gn 3 2 M + 6 t. ; ' «yv Ex 2 5 31 4- 3 1. ; du. D^5T. Ex 28 42 ; sf. ^?T. CtV ;-l. thigh, a. outside of thigh, where sword was worn, torjjffcj 3"jn its? Ex 32 s7 (E); frfy «nk -*j5j iVD^ Ju 3 16 and he girded it upon his right thigh, v 21 + 4 5 4 Ct 3 8 ; ^VT ft Gn 32 s3 Ao/Z<w 0/ the thigh, v 2626 - 33 (all J); IRJTJJ "p«n Ct 7 2 <Ae roundings of thy thighs ; D'?i'~ 1 5?1 ^!?D^P Ex 28 42 (P); || JC3 Nu 5 212227 (P);'i3l.^y y'^f nTt*

Gn 3 2 K ( J), limping upon his thigh; T!}~?S P?P Je 3 i '* and (c. ~?R) Ez 2 1 17 , srorte ufMM t/wgrA, in token of consternation ; "vj> pit? DTlta 1H Tp* Ju 1 5 8 and he smote them, hip tipon thigh, a great slaughter, b. thigh— loins, as seat of procreative power (RS K • 34;8Mn • , • !l60(380, ) V 'W those proceeding from the loins of any one Gn 4 6 M Ex 1' (both P), Ju S 30 ; hence rinn 1! D^ T^ place the hand under thigh, in taking oath Gn 24" (J), 47 s9 . 2. side (flank) of altar 2 K 16" Lv i 11 (P); of tabernacle Ex 40 2224 Nu 3 s -* (all P); also "^n -fT (for MT Ufa tjnn) © Th We Dr Bu Kit. 3. base (loins) of candle- stick Ex 25" 37 17 Nu 8 4 (all P). t[nm wrnrV 01 s le7g ] flank, side, du. u t :- 7 t ■■ extreme parts, recesses ; — sf. «"I3~|! Gn 49"; du. DVUT Ex 26 27 36 s2 + Ez 4 6 19 Qr (Kt DrO-V); DV3VEx26 23 36 28 ; cstr.T}?")! Ju 19 1 + 2ot.+ i*K6 16 Qr (KtTlOT); — 1- *«&, i-e. further side of Zebulun, poet, for more distant border of his territory Gn 49 13 . 2. elsewhere always du. the two thighs, i.e. fig. angle, recess, extreme parts : as recesses of Mt. Eplir. Ju 1 y 118 ; of Lebanon 2 K I9 23 =ls 37 s4 ; of recesses or in- nermost part of a cave 1 S 24'; a house Am 6 10 + 128 3 ; the pit pi3) Is 14 15 (^W), Ez 3 2 23 ; a ship Jon I s ; pSS TIB"]! remote parts of the north Is 14 13 Ez 38 615 39* ^ 48 3 (but here Lag. prop. ;iX"i'"V); JHX , 0?"!- remote parts of earth Je 6 s2 25 s2 31 8 50 41 ; of a long building, extreme or hinder part, so of tabernacle Ex 86*** 3 6 27 - 2832 ( a]1 p). of temple 1 K 6 16 ; of Ezek.'s temple Ez 46 19 . trPH2"V n.pr.loc. 1. © Up(t)ipov6, Ca- naanitish city, with a king, named between Hebron and Lachish Jos 1 o 3 " 3 ( JE), 12 11 (D); named with Adullam 15 35 (P), cf. Ne n 29 . 2. © Vtupad, A ©L Uppad, Levitical city in Issachar Jos 2 1 29 (P). T^O'V n.pr.m. one of those who had strange wives Ezr io 33 ; © ltpap(t(p). trra-T', rra-v, rto'n' 1 n.pr.m. © Apii/ioiS, lipipovf), etc.; — 1. Benjamites: a. nion? 1 Ch f. b. ntonj 1 Ch 7 s . c. ntov 1 Ch 8". 2. Levites :' a. t^XSV 1 Ch 23*'. b. id. 1 Ch 2 5 22 = c. ntonj 24 30 . ' d. nton;

Ch 25 4 . e. id. 2 Ch 3 1 13 . 3. id. Naphta- 

lite 1 Ch 2 7 19 . 4. id. son of David and father of Rehoboam's wife 2 Ch 1 1 18 . 5. niD"?*, men who had strange wives : a. Ezr io 26 , © Upupoid (-pad). b. Ezr IO 27 , © Apav, X A.ppo>v, A lap- pad, ©L UpipaS. c. Ezr io 29 Kt (Qr ntott), © Mijpui*, A Prjpaff, © L pipa6. VraT. fTCT^ v. subno-i. t : : • t : : • t[jrj ] vb. quiver (cf. Ar. cjl be timid, weak; cVl pious fear; % JH? be disheartened) — Qal /»/ 3 fs. iV h|T IK'S? Is 15 4 Ats soid quivereth to him, i.e. is in terror and distress. W? ^n.f. curtain (£ KTSP'j.Syr.JI^-S) — abs. nj<T Ex 26 2 + 24 1; pi. abs. njr"V Ex 26 1 + 17 t.; Wt i Ch 17 1 ; cstr. njT); Ex 26' 4- 4 t.; nftTj; Ht> 3 7 + 2 t.; sf. »j^n; Je 4 20 io 20 ; DH'Otin] Je 49 29 ;— curtain, of tabern. Ex 26 la - 22 ' 8 - 8 -r 38 t. Ex 26 and 36 ; Nu 4 s5 (all P); 2 S 7 2 =i Ch 17 1 ; — in gen. (tent-) curtains Je 4 20 io 20 49 M Hb 3 7 Cti 5 (in all R^jfc); W_ .. . njTV Is 54 2 (p!?™ Dip? 9VP), fig- of Jerusalem's prosperity; in sim. nsfTS D^OE* nci3 ^ 104 2 . tniy , ~|"; n.pr.m.(?) only 1 Ch 2 18 , where rd. perh. *»ma for MT TTHR, see We VB; © Eiad, A ©L lfp(«)ta>0. ?N3"V v. sub NS1. I. p-)"^ (-/of foil.; NH Hiph.; Aram. Aph. p^iX jrrow green; >alZ be pale, and deriv. ; As. ardku, grow pale (of face), arku, yellow, green, etc., Dl nwB243 ; Ar. jj leaf, JjTJ put forth leaves, cf. ii.. ash-colour, jj^jl dusky - white, of camel, J.^ siZ^er com Lag BN3 °; Sab. pilgoW(p-mDn3),Hal i8 ' JA! - Wc - ,s74 - NM - 47 ' 97 DHM voj l«£ and Eth. (DC*: <?oM, both from colour ace. to DHM Di). TpV n.m. Is15,6 green, greenness (on J>£ in gardens, v. No ZMG,8 ' 6 • T^ Low 1> • a6, )— abs. Ex io 15 Is 15 6 ; cstr. Gn i*>+ 3 t.;— 3b$> pT Gn r° 9 3 (bothP); Xfl P~$, + 3?> n l^ PTC Nu 2 2 4 (E) = green thing, grass; alone Ex io 15 (J) green </ii; (£ r, incl. YV and 3B»5?, Is 15 6 . Jpy n.[m.] herbs (coll.), herbage (green, greens)— abs. ?V Dt 1 i ,0 -r 2t.; cstr. p^ Is 37" = 2 K 19**;— pv-fl Dt 11 10 1 K 21 2 ; PT T riniK Pr 15 17 ; as subst, NE^J p^ Is 3 7 !7 =2 K 19 26 preen «Aoot« of grass ( iTjV 3 F5?> e tc) lip-j^ only in / »n 'O Jos 19 49 v. sub •©. tpil* 1 n.[m.] green thing ( = P1J), only as food of wild ass Jb 39 s . FT" ' P?"V. n.m. mildew, paleness, lividness; . mildew Am 4* Dt 28 s2 1 K 8 s7 Hg 2 17 2 Ch

18 (all || ?iS-B>). 2. ^)ai!m«s« (of face) Je 30 6 . 

+ P!!i?~!? (Sta* 156 ' 234 ) adj. greenish, pale- green (cf. As. rakrakku, Zim BP37 ) — Lv 13 49 ^68 14 ; fpl. nipipi^ Lv 14 37 ;— of plague spots Lv 13 49 14 37 ; as subst., -^ 68 14 the green-shim- mering (Che) of gold. TDJjpT n.pr.m. a name in Judah iCh 2 44 ; © lanXav, A lepxaav, @L UpaKafi (and so for Dp 1 }. v b ; otherwise DpT v 43 ). fit p"V vb. spit (Eth. (Dl$ id.; ace. to Lag BNa» n py, j a noJ . ge p„ rate y. c f_ |^v i an j Ar. £tSJj roft^o) — Qal P/. and Inf. abs. p 1 ^ JV3B3 p^ Nu 12 14 ; 3 fs. consec. VJS3 np;V1 Dt 25°; both, as token of contempt. Cf. pT, p -t229 V '*' take P° 8sess i° n of; inherit, dispossess (MI ' WV take possession of; Aram. 1*3) 1 Li*, take possession of and be heir to, inlierit; so Eth. a)£(i Ar. JL>,j inherit; v. also Sab. fill t'rcAem'*, CIS"' 37 - 3 )' esp. D (62 t. Qal, 1 t. Pi, 7 t. Hiph. in Dt+13 t. D in Jos);— Qal Pf 3 ms. B^ Je 49 1 ; &V) consec. Je 49 2 Nu 27"; 2 ms. *f*V 1 K 21 19 ; "JfH^ Dt 6 18 +2t.; BfcBByhl consec. Dt 1 7 14 + 2 t. (on this and kindred forms v. Kg 1406 ' 411 ); DRB>V1 consec. Dt 19 1 31 3 ; 3 pi. ItrV Dt 3™+', sf. ythZ consec. Ez 36 12 (Kii ■•••) ; WB*?! consec. Is 34 n + 3t.; 2mpl. QF&y) consec. Dt4 1 +7t.; 1 pi. UfT Dt 3", etc.; lmpf 3 ms. Bn« Gn 21 10 V 25 13 ; 2 mpl. lE-'Tri Lv 20 24 1 Ch 28 s ; ^En;ri Ez 33 25 ' 26 ; flfvri bt 5 30 , etc.; /aw. ms. n 7? : Dt33 23 ; ^ Dt i 21 1 K 21 15 ; Bh Dt2 2431 ; mpl. «^ Dt i 8 p 23 ; Inf. eslr. nzrfy Dt 2 :,, + »'1*m "'f^Ne*/ 3 ; Bf-1?r^G:n2 8 4 ; Wflb iKzi"; l , iriBni)Gni5 7 -r2'8t.; Pt.&$> &n i 5 3 +6t.; pi. O'Vllty Dt 12 2 Je8 10 ; sf. VEh* Je 49 2 ; — 1. take possession of, esp. by force, have as a possession, often with collat. idea of taking in place 0/ others, succeeding to, inherit- ing (cf. 2j : a. land, sq. ace. Gn 15 78 Nu 13 30 2i Mas Jos 1 8 13 (all JE), 24 48 (E), Ju 2 6 1 1 21 - 22 - 23 - - 4 ' 24 i8 9 Dt i 8 - 2, - 39 -r25 t. Dt, + tDt 11 31 17 14 26 1 (all possess land and dwell therein), similarly Is " f 69 s6 ; *£«; ruB'o Ds-iKa is 6 1 7 m jW ZancZ Mey sliall possess tlie double; BH ?nn Dt 2 24 ; iriN-n« n^nS Bh ^nn v 31 ; esp.phr.(pttrt)

Brv rwsr:^ Off* (etc. D^aV) D'ta dp.k Trtj Dt 4 5 - 14 - 2 " + 12 t. Dt, also Ezr'9' ; v.Dt 30 18 ' Josi""" 1 ' f B »i 3 J 2I 41 23 s (all D); Am 2 10 Ob ,919 Hb i« Ez

24.25.26 Ly 20 24. 2< ^ £„ 2 g4 Nu ^W (J^^ p)_ 
Ch 28" Ne a'*- 2 " 3 - 24 ; ^, 25" 37 9'i22-2»" ; +3 

instr. 44 4 ; alfo «h* D^nJ) 5>03n 1 05 44 ( || J^l Cfii niS"lS Dri?) ; f take possession of fields Jo 8 10 (obj. not expr.), 1 K 2 1 "•"•"•" f 83 13 ; in- heritance (in land) NU27 11 36 s ' 8 (all P); city (cities), Jos 19 47 (JE), Ju 3 13 Ob 20 ; so 'BHiph I s 57 13 (II P" 5fD)i 6 3 18 where rd. prob. "TO IBHi? (for MT 'p-Dy, see © VB and || cl.); possess city and dwell therein 2 K 17 24 IS34 17 ; Is 34" yea the pelican and bittern shall possess it ; so of nettles Ho 9 s ; V24* "lys/ HK •JJftj VV Gn 2 2 17 , cf. 24°° (both J); possess houses Ez 7 24 (del. Co), Ne 9 ffi ; 1XJ? Bn.V Ju 18 7 possessing wealth (1 see VB)f. fb. a people (with collat. idea of being their heir (2), and so disjiossessing them), so esp. in Dt 2 mlM 9 1 ( + cities), n 23 la**" i8 14 i9'3i 3 ; Nu2i M (Kten«i ; JE), Am 9 12 ; 11-m DbijQ BH; JfWB Je49 ] (on text see VB), v 22 (in these 3 perh. play on meaning inherit, cf. v 1 *) ; Ez 36 12 Ob'"Is54 3 ; nations -(-countries Ez 35 10 . t2. inherit, sq. ace. pers.= be one's heir Gn i5 s - 4 - 4 (JE); nrrpa Bh'J*P? nnsB' Pr3o 2S (or, dispossess 1); abs. 6e /t«ir, sq. Dy pers.= jointly with 2i 10 (E); Eni ) (<*«) heir 2 S 14 7 Je 49 1 (HD^Zl); Mi i 15 (= possessor, captor), where paronom. with n.pr.loc. n ?nD; inherit persons. as slaves njn« n^ Lv25 ,6 (H). t3. ^im- poverish, Dn^p ^B'Tpn Ju 14 15 to impoverish us did ye call (us)? tNipb.. lmpf. en£ p r 23 21 ; 2 ms. EhVI Gn45 n Pr20 13 ; BnjK Pr3o 9 ; — be (dispossesseel = ) impoverished, come to poverty Gn 45 11 (E), Pr 20 13 23 21 30 9 (opp. ira'B'S). tPi. //»^/. ^Jj^f5 e*-!.;: ino"!*? Tf Dt 28 42 <Ae fruit of thy ground shall the cricket get full 23ossession o/(cf. Qal Ho 9 6 Is 34 11 ), i.e. devour. tHiph. Pf. 3 ms. OnVl Ju i 27 + ; 2 ms: nB'-lin 2 Ch 20 7 V 44 s , etc.; /jnp/. 3 ms. B^T* 1 Jos 3 10 ; B'7.;i) < >l Ju i 19 + ; 3 fs. sf. 3 mpl. ttDB/Hta EX15 9 , etc.; /n/. abs. Bnin J0S3 10 i7 13 ; t^nin Jui 28 ; cstr. e*Hini) Dt4 3s +, etc.; Pt. CniD j S 2 7 Dt 18 12 ; sf. DB/nte Dt 9 4 ' 5 ;— 1. caw to 2>os*(;*s, or inki'l Ju 1 1 24 ; VHfHn TB^ sjn^-}*T?

Ch 20"; sq. i> pers., M^.ab DRBnim Ezr 9 12 

an<Z cause your sons to inherit (it); fig. , 3B' , "?in •Hljn niJij; Jb 1 3 26 thou makest me to inherit (the consequences of) the iniquities of my youth. n&y*

tfwn . cause (others) to possess or inherit, then gen. dispossess: a. sq. ace. gent, vel pers., Jos 13" 1 6" (both JE), Ju ,«"»•»•*•» (all opp. M(» 2-1)53), Jos i4 ls (JE), i7 13 (JE; to»»^n K^ chin), Jui"(mL); opp. n« »* Jos 15 63 ; opp. a SP Ju i" 27 ; alsoNu 2i 3J Qr, 3 2 s » Jos i7»(aUJE), 13" (D), Ju i 19b 2 2S ; also "WH^ Bh'l i 19 * (= inn 'aehmtt see v b ), Dt 7 17 V' 44 3 ; onfli™ W?l 3 $ n l Dt9 s ; sq. M&+Mf9 EX34 24 Nu 32 1 " Jos3 1<; (t^1VBnin; all these JE), Dt4 38 o 4 - 5 18 12 Jos 13 6 2 3 9 (both D), Nu 33 s2 " (both P), Ju 2 21 1 i OM 1 K 1 4* 2 1* 2 K 16 3 1 f 2 i 2 (all D), 2 Ch 28 s 33 2 ; ace. + ":)?&? Dt 1 1 23 Jos 23 6 - 13 (D; 11*11?), 2Ch20 7 ; acc. + D#0 j 08 I5 » (JE) = Ju i 20 ; of cities (i.e. their inhabitants) Jos 8 7 17 12 ; so of a land=Xi 33* (P), see v** [@ + '3W], b. sq. ace. rei, i>K WT iJBao Jb 20 16 (?orf sA«M cas< </i«to out o//«s belly, i.e. riches (|| V?a 7?0 I3?i?!l). 3. =t»»pot»n'«A, T*t^!? B^jtenW 1 S 2 7 (song) '* impoverisheth and maketh rich; sq. ace. (of Tyre) nssni' tflK Zc 9 4 (see v 3 ). 4. nearly =bring to ruin, destroy, sq. ace. gent. 'T iCB^nin »yin pn« Ex 15 9 (poem in E); so pern, also Nu 14 12 (JE; AV disinherit; || «2K "Q"73). 5. Qal take possession of a land Nu 14 24 (JE), but rd. prob. n|fh?. TnttT^ n.f. a possession, used of nation Wtffc "vys? mfv> rrni nBnt Dh« rwj Nu 24 18 (JE). THtfVP, rUlfl'T n.pr.f. (taken possession of, i.e. married f) mother of king Jotham : nw; 2 K i5 a =n^ 2 Ch 27 1 . Tn©*^' 1 n.f. (a) possession, inheritance;— abs. 'T Dt2 5 +7t., cstr. f#TJ Ju2i"V'6i 6 (but on text v. infr.); sf. ^jritfv 2 Ch 20 11 ; in^ Dt 2 12 f; D=nBh' Jos i lV pused of land Dt2 M - 91, " 3 a> ; T^ f% 2 12 the land of his possession, so Jos 1 15 ; further, 1 a*' Ju 2 1 (but Bu««>» rnKKO), Je 32 s f 61 6 (but < nBHK re- 9ws«, cf. Che"""), 2 Ch 20 11 . tfittH n.f.^W;— abs.TOn 1105'+ 1 1 1.; Hfi Pr i 17 ; cstr. TBft Ex 27 4 38*; sf. ^Bn Ho 7"+ 2t. ; to?h f 10' 35 8 ; DF.eh Ezi 9 s ^35';— 1. net : a. for catching (birds, etc.) rniD D3n n ?^) n Pr 1 17 /o no purpose is the net spread in the eyes of any bird ; elsewhere fig. ( 1) of judgment of ' all c. ena : Ho 7 12 (|| DTniN tTfffQ «]ij?3), Ez I2 U 17 s0 (both IpnniSO), 32 8 (of catching Pharaoh, under fig. of sea-monster ; || 11. B?.D); (2) of nations capturing king of Israel under fig. of lion 1 9 s (c. BHB ; || UPMP); (3) of priests and rulers (as entangling people in sin) Ho 5 1 (|| n ?). b. spread for feet of man (fig.) : (1) by *» La I 13 (c. Ens); (2) by wicked (=plot) Pr 29 s (c. Vht), xj/ 140 6 (c. id.; || na JOB), io 9

1 ', vbpa nans nW Jb 18 8 (|| r»a£); elsewh. 

c. job + 9 16 ( II nn?'), 3 1 5 35 '(DriBn nm), v 8 ; c. fan 57 7 (|| r, C'B')- 2. brazen network foraltar of tabern. nshn Ex 27"; Tpm ~ n'B'JjO 133t? 2 7 4 = 3 8 4 (ali P).— On Inf. rish, v. B'T supr. t [tij^io] a.[m.] a possession; — cstr. B^to lap Is 14 23 a possession for bitterns ; JV3 >.tJ>V1 Dn'tjhio ng ab$>: Ob 17 and */<« Aowse 0/ /ao«i «AaZ? possess their j>ossessions (but rd. perhaps DiTB' , "ttD <AeiV dispossessors, © S3 X al.); fig. '33p ^EniD Jb 17", i.e. my cherished thoughts (|| T 1 ^!), but fig. is questionable, v. Di, who derives from BHX desire, so Buhl. tniZTli'S n.f. a possession; — '» Ex 6 8 + 8 t.;— of land Dt 33' (poem), Ex 6 8 (P), Ez n" 25'° 33" 36"; of people Ez 2 5 4 36'. tjlttjii^ n.pr.loc. apparently in neigh- bourhood of Gath Mi 1 14 (J"I3 vocative, ace. to We ; > most, who render M. of Gath) ; prob. home of prophet Micah, v. folk tVUihCiJO adj. gent, only "REnan n3*D Mi i 1 , 'ten n^D J e 2 6 18 ; v. foregoing. tttji-pri n.m. Ju9I! ' must, fresh or new wine;— abs. r*h* Nu i8 l2 +24 t.; En'R Gn 2 7 ffl + 3t. ; sf. T'rvn j u 9 13 Ho 2"; TfhW Dt7 13 + 4t. Dt ; tl^n Is 62 s ; Btfre<Pl + *;—rnust, new wine, as enlivening D'tMXI D'riPN DBbBn Tl Jug 13 ; as injurious Jrnj£ 'ni fn nU} Ho 4"; poet, regarded as contained in the grapes "SB? biaVK* 'nn I s 65", cf. 24 7 (|| fW); as yielding wine (J*), t" nntyri n^i 'ni Jos' Tjwn tib) nn Tjnnn Mi 6 16 ; usu. as a sign of fertility, or as valuable product : VtVD 1*35] 'JTj Pr 3 10 wt'<A mutf % i)a<* thall burst open ; + fM (q. v.) Gn 2 7 2837 (both J) Ho 2 11 7' 4 Zc 9 17 V' 4 8 Is 62 8 ; 'n Ho 9 2 di n' 3 . a i?:> cf. m v); 7>i "! nu Dt 33";+"H?r Jo 2 s4 Ne io 38 (+)T?? *Tf); +?H and "H7T Ho 2 10 3 24 Dt 7" ii 14 12" 14 23 18 4 28 51 Je 31' 12 Hg i" Jo i 10 2" 2 Ch 32 s8 Ne 5 n io 40 13 512 ; 'n abn Nu i8 u (v. 'n ; +id.); 'n 2 Ch 3 i 5 4- |n,inr, and BO , j; 0"«n^ DPI^i }HS 'T) JJ-J }n.K Is 36 I7 =2 K 18 32 (-rEOII TTOP Mt ps).

ttr>

& [Dfc^] vb. Im 2 >f. t^S Gn 5o M , and so 24 s3 Kt, v. DlL", D't?. /fcOfctT n.pp., and deriv., v. sub I. mb*. ^7N">to , n.pr.m. a son of Asaph I Ch. 25" = nb$-m : (q.v.) v 2 (etym. dubious). tl2ECP (so always MT, Qr perpet.; Ben Napht -oW Baer Qni,Mf ) n.pr.m. Issachar (etym. and rang. dub. ; MT as if Niph. Impf. vCfe> ; Kt =" , 3B' t?1 there is recompense (cf. Gn 30 18 ), so Thes al.J this the true etym. ace. to 01 » ■« ; mt Ko '• 120 v. 13"?' & Je 3 1 ,6 2 Ch 1 5 7 ; = B*X "^K/ (a more prob. combination in n.pr.) We amK ; >-OB« (MT), or "13C> XB*; ® Wa^p, see esp. Gn 30 18 l<rcraap, o (<ttiv fua06s — 1. fifth son of Jacob and Leah (appar. ninth son of Jacob) Gn3o' 8 35 s3 46 13 49" Ex i 3 Nu i 8 ; 10* ^ Nui 28 2 5 26 2:l Josi9 1? iCh7 1 i2 3:, (v 3!! vand.H.)'; 'fc* ninEE^? Nu 26 25 1 Ch 7 5 ; 'w iron Nu i 29 2 6 13 7 J0S2I 6 - 28 1 Ch6 4767 ; V *13 nt3» Nuio 15 34 s6 Jos 19 23 ; 1f«ff|iK 15"; hence V alone= tribe of Issachar, Nu 7 18 Dt 27 12 33 18 Jos 19 17 Ju5 1515 io 1 Ez 4 8 33 ('b"' 1J?B*), 1 Ch 27 18 2 Ch 3 o 18 ; =. territory of the tribe Jos if 10 - 11 1 K4 17 1 Ch 1 2 41 (v 40 van d. H.); transit, fr. tribe to territory Ez 4 8 25 - 26 . 2. 7thsonofObed-Edom iCh 2 6 5 . §P subst. being, substance, existence / '■ 1S ' ■ ■ (on etym. v. 2)— £"• Gn 1 8 24 etc. ; -»J 3 i 29 + oft. ; ^.L| 2 4 23 + 18 t. (so W2S i 4 I9 t, PXn Mic 6 10 t, v. p. 78), with sf. I^J v 42 +2 t. ; D3f.1 v 49 t; OJ^Sj Dt i3 4 t; iX5»'(bl !971> Sta S370b j 29 14 r S 14 39 (+ v 41 @ We Dp), 23 s3 Est 3 8 t;— 1. sub- stance, only Pr 8 21 6* '3HX l><ran|> to cause them that love me to inherit substance (so Sir 42 s ). 2. elsewhere (prop, as a subst. in the st. c), it asserts existence, and so corresponds to the verb substantive, is (are, was, were, will be), lit. the being, presence of . . . (so BA 'HX; Aram. xrVX, rVX, fcJ/ [whence |ufc^./ (self-)exis«en«, )Lo^J/ essence, substance], with X? contr. IV?, TV.?, fcJX j Mand. nv, JVy, TV'Vlb ; Ar. [with irreg. ^.j yll) (inflected as a verb, oJLl), ,etc; W 40Ltiall " ! )wMi( L pJ is known only in two proverbial sayings, as a secondary form, Yl K,Sch ' Alie <); As. iSA, be, have D1 HWB31(> ; with affix 1 s. la-a i-sa-a-ku, I have not, TP i - B ": On this word, see esp. No"* 213 , who ex- emplifies its different constructions in Semitic, and shews how it tends to pass into a verb ; — (1) in BAram. Syr. Bab. X, with possessive sf.; (2) in later Pal. diall., Jer. $, Jer. Talm., sts. also in Bab. % and Syr., with independent pers. pron. (as NJN fA, X1H T"b); (3) in Mand. Bab. Talm., sometimes in Syr. and Ar., and in Heb. fo?, with object, (verbal) sf.; (4) in Ar., as a true verb. In Eth. P: lit. thfrein, Germ, es gibt, is similar in use (Di er -' leu ), though not of course in origin. In Heb. the corresponding neg.is |'$, q.v., the construction of which isquite similar) — is, are, was, were, etc., not, however, as a mere copula, but implying existence with emph. (hence in Engl, to be often represented by the subst. verb in italics) : a. with a pred. following, Gn 28" ntn D1pD3 * E» J3X surely Y. is (emph.) in this place ! 44 s6 OSm IVnX E* DX; Ex 1 7 7 pX DX W3-)i?3 ni,T B»n, Nu 2 2 m 3-in w ib •"Va Oh that there were a sword in my hand ! Dt 13 4 D?qx D3^n whether you do love, 29 17 E»X D33 & |a, v 18 i S 9" '■ and they said, Is the seer here ? and they said B* He is, 20 8 23 s3 Je 27 18 . Alone, in answer to a question (asked with B*), He (it) is: ti S 9" 2 K io u Je 37 17 . But Je 2 3 26 (where E" has no subst. or sf.) text must be corrupt : cf. Gie. b. absolutely, there is (es gibt, il y a), Gn 18 24 D'p'IY D^On E" i'lX "Vy3 perhaps there are fifty righteous in the city,

23 ykb ub mpo Tax ;v3 e*n, 42 1 -v e» «a 

'XD3 that there was corn in Egypt, Ju 4 20 E"n B"X m, 2 S 9 1 2 K 5 8 he shall know that there is (emph.) a prophet in Israel, Ru 3 12 there is a kinsman nearer than I, ^ 58 12 surely there are gods judging on the earth: so in aphorisms, asserting the existence of a partic. character, quality, etc., Pr 1 1 24 my epunTBD E", I2 18 i3 723 14 12 i6 2S 18 24 2o' 5 Ec 2 21 4 8 5 13 6 1 " 7' 515 8 141414 io 5 . In questions, or protestations, & often implies a doubt whether what is asked about is to be found or exists: 1 K ^'"Jes 1 and see E*N B" DX if there t's(emph.)a man doing justice, etc. (cf. ty 14 2 ), 1 4 m IS44 8 OvbtX B"n is there a god beside me ? V 7* 'S33 Sy E* DX if there is iniquity in my hands ! 73 1 ' is there knowledge in the Most High 1 Jb 5 1 6 30 La 1 ' 2 . c. special phrases : — (a) after DK and a ptcp., where an abiding intention is to be emphasized, tGn 24 42 W n^VD NJ-JB«-DN if thou art (really) pros- pering my way, v 49 43 4 Ju 6 M (cf. II. p« 2 b). (b) j> &=lias (had), esp. with prons. b B^, i? B*i; etc., Gn 33" Jl ^ / } Mve plentVf v 'u 43 7 nx Dlb BKl, 44 20 fpt 3X «i> C* 1 S I7 46 "that they may know ^XIS"^ D'H^X & <3 that Israel has (emph.) a god, 2 K 4 2 *3JT^'*h|) what hast thou? Jb 14 7 for a tree has (emph.) hope (cf. Ru i 12 ), 25 s 28 1 38 18 3X -I00b t^n : Gn 39 sis ncr

n© -1 &-& yfc b= all that he had (v 4 without 1B>K, prob. error), (c) with inf. and ?, it it possible to . ...1 2K4" -j^ — >3n^ V*n can (I) speak for thee to the king? 2 Ch 25"; so ? t5>K 2 S 14" (cf. j> PB, f=ub II. I?N 5). (d) . .'. "«^ B* (if) ?'< roas that . . . tNu 9 2021 ; there were some who . . . (with ptcp.) tNe s 2 * 4 (cf. Syr. ? bJ/ for 4 nir . . . & Se . . . Mt 13 8 ; ^-iJol? **•*! PS ,7! ). (e) **5 ^is-K" Gn 3 1 29 al. ; v. II. b$ 7, p. 43. (/) 2 K io 15 B*J and (if) t'< 6e . . . (cf. ^Jft^aBl^ 1 ); soJu6 ,3 Uni<"'e i 3. (</)pleon. <£ re t* i35 ;; . (A) B* & t Jb p 33 (cf. JLlf, fcJ^i : but © @ Me al. *&).— As a rule, l£ precedes its subst. (from which, however, like px, it may be separated : Gn 24 s3 43 7 D3^> #VT n« ( 44 ,9M 1 S 20 9 etc.); but occasionally, for greater emphasis, this is prefixed: 1 S 21 6 *3 th Bhp Dl"6 DK but holy bread tliere is 1 Is 43 s the blind people, B" D^'Jfl though it has eyes, Ju 19" >b e» pi Dr6 (cf. re a c). t^' , vb. sit, remain, dwell (NH id.; - T 1090 ^ Aram.aw, l£ ; MI 10 - 31 3»», l 819 aw , I B 3B*a, dteeZZ; Ph. 2W dwell; Zinj. W «'< DHM 8andKh - M ; As. o^6«, st«, dweZZ, D1 HWB244 ; Ar. vlJj '«»;>, jump, Himyer. dial, sit, Lane 2919 ; Eth. Am-rtfl: 11. 1 secum cohabitare facere, marry, consum- mate marriage, cf. Hipli. 4) — Qal Pf 3 ms. ae* Gn i3 12 + ; 2 ms. $36* Jus' 6 , W fWaBh con- sec. Dt 17"; 2mpl.Dn3^Dti 46 Lvi8 3 ,Dfi3eh consec. Lv 25 18 + 7 t., etc.; /ot/j/. atJ* 1 S 5 7 + , ~at5* Gn 44 s3 Ez 44 s , 3B* before monosyll. 1 K 7 8 Jb22 8 ; 3S*'l Gn 4 16 +; 3j£l RU4 1 ; 1 s. 3g*t* J u 6' 8 + , atTKI Dt 9 9 + 3*t. + Ez 3 16b (but Co -m Kt); naefc 1 S 27 s ; n3B>K Is 49 20 ; na^JJ Ez 9 3 ; 3 mpl. Og! Gn 4 7 4 + ; 3 fpl. raaefcn Ez 35 9 Kt (i. e.' rysp* ov mi Ko '•*»), Qr njaiipn ( Va^), Co prop, njatyvi; 1 p i. a??'} J e 42 1314 , 3B>31 Nu 20 15 + 5 1.; Imv. ms. at? Gn 20 15 + , 1? Gn 35 1 ; P13t? Gn 2 7 19 + ; fs. 'W' Gn38" + ; mpl. «t? Gn22 6 + , etc.; Inf. abs. _ 3b» 1 S 20 5 ; cstr. TO& 1 S7 2 + ; n& Is 40 22 + ; sf. WO¥> 2 S 7 6 + , etc.'; Pi. m. 3B>(ty Gn 4 20 2 4 3 + , etc.; f. tap Na 3 8 ; rof(y Ju 4 5 -|- ; na^)* Jos 2' 2 K 4 13 ; 'm^ J e Z2 23 , 'na^O)' Jeo 17 La 4 21 Ez 27 s (Kt preferable in all these, v. 01 iusd Ges 180 - 30 ); fpl. niae* 1 S27 8 ;— 1. a. sit on (?3?) a seat 1 S 20 26 , stone Ex 1 7 12 , teraphim Gn3i M , couch 4 8 2 (all E), Ez2 3 41 , knees 2 K4 20 , throneExii 5 i2 29 (J),Dti7 18 iSi 9 4 18 iKi 13 ; 17 - 20 + , v. abs. infr.; of ' H*#? Jlrrby 3t?'»n l s 4 o~; dust Is 47 1 , ground (}*"?.?) Ez 26 16 , ashes Jon 3" (these in token of humiliation); sit down by (5>S) a well Ex 2" or pool 2 S 2"; c.i'KiS 28 13 ; sit in (3) house, street, doorway, assembly, etc. 2S7 1 Jui 9 15 Gn38 ,4 (J), Jei5 ,7 26 10 ti' Ct2 3 so Ez3i 6,7 (fig.); of No of Amon (personif. city) trHltfB TOJffrft Na 3 8 «Ae who sate amid the rivers; c. *? sit on to (pregn.) f^ Is 3 20 47 1 La2 10 , ND3^ ^9 S , at,mnrz'?-p r9 " ! tvfenp'? iK2 19 , fno 1 ; ^3G)b ^29'°; c. "3Sp Gn 43 s3 (J), + DB> Ju 20 s6 21 2 2 S 7 18 = 1 Ch 17 16 ; c. Dy 1 S 20 5 Pr 3I 22 ; c. 71$ Je 16 s Jb 2 13 ; c. nnn J u 6 11 Mi 4 4 , 3fa 5»» WOTS Jon 4 5 ; c. 1330 Gn 21 1616 (E), IJJIs 47", T 1 ^ PW J °n 4 5 ; ^^ 1 S 20 25 Ru 2"; c. ace. cogn. Ez 28 2 ; CSfb Ex 1 8 13 Jo 4 12 (cf. ^ 9* Is 28 s ); hence abs. of sitting as king or judge Ex 18 14 ^ 61 8 Mai 3 3 , 0<3dV Is io 13 , perh. Am i 5 - 8 , esp. of sitting (entlironed), jr 2* g s 29 10 55 20 102 13 La 5 19 , so in nai-i3(n) 3tr 1 S 4 4 2 S 6 2 = 1 Ch 13 6 , 2 K 19 15 ^99'; ^'^ n^nri 3B«  ^2 2 4 (v. c. Py, supr.); by meton. of thrones, for the judges sitting on them BSfD? HiKD3 B«£ HBB' Vr 1 22 5 ; D*3^»fJ Ru 4", i.e. in the gate (cf. v"), those in whose presence purchase of land took place. b. sit, sit down, abs., Ju 19 6 Ru 4 1 " Ne i 4 Je36 15 (sq. cl. of purpose, to eat, etc.) Gn 37 s6 Est 3 15 + ; opp. Dip Ex 32 s (JE) ^I39 2 , n# nn*? ^ 127 2 (opp. dip ww 9); so Is 37^ = 2 K 19 27 (rd. ipp 'iDp at end of v 27 ^ 2 K 19 26 We in Bl 8 " 11 - 4 ' 267 'Rs' Prophal! '- , °'"'- 9 ); but also >W' Wp Is 5 2 2 , expl. by {3?$ H?"? D i# nKSl-i5S 1 S 28 s3 and) 2 S 19 9 . tc. sit down outside (J*' n ), i- 6- perform a necessity of nature Dt23 14 . +d. sit = be set (as a jewel), rri3E* riK?p"7y Ct5 13 set on a filling (i.e. in a setting, De al.), in description of eyes ; (> others sit- ting by full streams). 2. a. remain, stay, tarry (for a limited or indef. time), c. ON pers. Gn 2 4 55 (J), Ju 19 4 2 S 16 8 ; c. Dy pers. Gn 27" (J), noy 2 9 19 (E), Ju 17 10 ; c. 3 loc. 1 S 7 2 (of ark), 13 16 14 2 2 4 4 (23^ rd. "Vfe for 3*0 © We Dr Klo Kit Bu), 2 S io 5 19 23 (where rd. to? for tot? Dr Klo Bu, v. We), Nu 35* (P), Jb 24 13 ; c. DB* 1 K 11 16 , Dbijny DB? 1 S i 22 ; c. by (by) 1 S 25 13 30 24 ; n'a 2 K 7 4 ; "Dy na a£ at? -licnn Gn 2 2 6 (E); c. P? Ju 5' 6 , *? pno Lv 14 9 (P), $$t 1 S 2o' 9 ; c. ace. 1*2 2 So" 13 20 Ru 2 7 ; abs. 1 S I 2323 ; abide, endure Mi 5 3 , obivj* fTIW'l 3^ Jo 4 20 , so of Mt. Zion ^121'. b. with 2W

row special empha: is on qualifying phr., l^'Na 22*111 inipp Gn 49 24 and his bow abode as a firm one (poem in J); I K 22 1 and tliey continued three years without war ; of woman remaining rrjrp wa Lv i 2 4 , 'w wi>y v s . 3. dwell, have one's abode in (3) a land, city, house, etc., Gn 4 16 13 71212 19 29 24 s762 Dt i 4 3 2 Jos 20 6 2 S 7« + oft. (on zSai" v. 3*3 UE", p. 444); in tents Je35 710 1CI15 10 ; fig. of justice (np/JX) Is 3 2 16 (||BEt?D |3Bn) ; in the midst of (3$?) Gn 2 4 3 Jos 13" i6 io Ju I 303233 3 5 ; so c. ijSffl Gn2 3 10 (P); c. ^y + pan, of God iK8 s = 2Ch6 18 ; of people LV25 18 " 26 s5 (H); c. b Jb I5 28 ; c. PS Gn2o'(E); dweZJ wiiA (nt?) Gn^ 16 " 3 (P), Ex 2 2l (E), Jos i5 ra (JE), Ju i 16 - 21 1 7 11 ; Of* TiSTlK trj^J ^ 140 14 ; so c. Dy Jos 20 4 Dt 23" (, + mpa), ^ 2 6 4 (i.e. assoc. with ; c. "nrp Ga " (J). 3° 7 (P), Dt 25 s ; W D? n# ^ I33 ' ; dwe« in their stead (M?™?) Dt 2 12 - 21 - 22 - 23 1 CI14 4 ' S 22 ; abs. WJfl H3b6 Is 45 18 /or dwelling he formed it (the earth); (<Ay) dvielling -place is ^3B> Dipt? iK8 M =2Ch 6 21 , also 'B» fi3D 1 K 83 ' 9 .i3.4 9=2 - ch6 3o.a.39 go ^ 33 i4. ^j, fbDExi5 17 I K 8 13 = 2 Ch 6 2 . Ft. 2p> = subst., dweller, in- habitant, very oft. (c. 2 1 5 t.) : e. g. D^HS 3g* Gn 25 s7 (J); oft. coll. *JnN 3g* G114 20 (J), H? 1 ? ^ 34 30 50" (both J), Ex 34 1215 (JE); also poet, f., (as coll.; v. Dr on 1 S 17 s1 ) TO? ri20n> etc., Mil 11.11.12.13.15. p>2f n^v tlsl2 6 Jesi 35 ; simi- larly tio" 21 13 22 23 ' 4 8 19 (cf. La 4 21 ) Zc 2 11 ; with n3 in app^Ua* 28 "- 6 ), tnxErna n3J?i< fj e 46 19 ,so 4 8 18 ; more usu.pl. D^yn' '3^' Gni 9 25 (J), cf. Dt 13 14 ; H? 1 ? '3P* Ex 23!1 ( J E), cf. Exi5 14 - 15 (poem inE)';^3n *3p Is 18 3 , bin ->3E^ 38 1 ', etc.;!V3E* Lv 18 25 25' (H), Nu 13* (P); abs. 3^ (coll.) Am I 58 Is 49 19 ; D^i'n r Ch 9 2 ; also (strangely) pSH ni3^ 1 S 2f=the pojm- lations of the land We Dr (elsewhere in this sense only fs. and poet., v. supr.); freq. in phr. without inhabitant (i.e. so that there shall be no inhab.), 3C* 1'SD Is 5 » 6 4 Je 4/ 26 s 33 10 24 a ' 3 6 ; fH3 3^ pt?» Je48 9 ;

22 4 6 ,9 5i 29 - 37 Zp2 

3K* ^3D na ag*' njir &6 5 o 3 ; ••nfjrib SKr ia^nrn j'i 62 . 4. of aland or city.'sii, abide seated in its place, fig. for be inhabited Jei7 6 - 25 5o ,3 - 39 Ez26 M 29 11 36 35 Isi3 M (||p3fnt6), Zc 2 8 9 5 14 11 ; nwm roe* 12 6 14 10 ; Ez 35 9 Kt is rms^n, Qr nniB'ri; Co ruse'in, i.e. Niph. nj3Wl (cf. 36 10 ), or Hoph. njIKWI ( c f. Is 44 s6 ); of palace, 3£ toEenrby |iD-)«i Je 30 18 . tNipb.. Pf. 3 fs. naenj je 6 9 ; 3 pi. Offcj consec. Ez 3 6 10 , »5fa Ez26 19 , nViJ Je22 6 ; }'/.' f. n3B*i3 Ez 26 17 (<n3e>j © Co, ./rut?), n^i: Ex 16"; pi. ni3Bn3 Ez'12 20 38 12 ;— be inhabited, of land Ex i6 35 (perh. = 6e habitable), Je6"; of cities Je 22" Ez I2 20 26 19 36 10 ; DiSB'iJ ni3in Ez 3 8' 2 ;-— Ez 26 17 v. supr.; 35" v. Qal 4. tPi. Pf. 3 mpl. ?J3 DH'niTC CJr*| Ez 25 4 and thy shall set their encamjmients in thee (® @ Co BfJ] m/iai ? '<). tHiph. Pf. 3 ms. 3"^ Ezr 10", sf. WBnn La3 6 f 143 3 ; 1 s. WlWn Lv 23 s3 , D , ri3E'(i)ni consec. Hon 11 Je 32 s7 ; DTliSBMrn consec. Zc io 6 (Kfi 1 - 413 ; but prob. txt. err., vid. Thes and Geg L,b464. rd _ prob D >ni3B'ni as v 10 , so Sta 2AW - 188 i.a We ^ ; etc . Imp y 3 ms 3 ^,, Gn 4? u »i»l 2 Ch 8 2 ^ 107 36 ; sf. ^bTil 1 K 2 s4 (Ko MM.2M). D? ,^ 1 Jb 3 6 7 ; 1 pi. 3^31 Ezr io 2 , etc.; Imv. ms. 3^n Gn 47 s ; mpl. «T(i)n 1 K 2i 9;o ; Inf. cstr. 3^)n 1 S 2 8 Ne 13 27 ; Vj&n + 113 8 (01 > 123d ; rd. 13-, v. Che) ; Pt. abs. 3^0 ^ 68 7 , cstr. ^B-iD ^ 1 13 9 (01 lc - Ges '•"•);— 1. cause to sit c. ace. pers. + ND3 ?y I K 2 24 2Ch2 3 20 so (without ND3 by) + nsj^ Jb 36 7 ; set, place c.acc. pers. + nM 1 K.2I 10 , also v 912 (Dyn BWtt). 2. caitse <o oW« (ace. pers.) at (3) 1 S30 21 . 3. a. cause to dwell, c. ace. pers. + 3 loc. 1 S 1 2 8 2 K 17 6 H012 10 , Gn 4 7 6 "(P), Lv2 3 43 (H), La3 6 V. 143 s ; ni>nnn psa Ez 26 20 ; ace. pers. om. 2 K 1 7 24 - 26 ; ace. pers. + Of 2 Ch8 2 f 107 36 ; ace. pers. + D^Qrr^y Ho 1 1 11 (but rd. D , n'3E'ni We); ace. pers. om., c. Dy pers. I S 2 8 ^ 1 13 8 ; 3'enO nri*3 D'TIT Jr68 7 causing solitary ones to dwell in a house (or is 2'&)Q for a'Bto Bae?); c. ace. pers. only J"l?3n l"Q.Pjy. '^^ V' J ' 3 9 giving a dwell- ing to Iter that is barren of house; abs. c. n ^37 Je32 37 f 4 9 ; abs. c. Da'rtiO-jPja Ez 36 11 . On Zc io 6 , v. supr. b. caM*e cities (Q , ")V) to be in- habited Ez 36 s3 Is 54' 1 . 4. marry (prop, give a dwelling to, cf. <// 1 1 3 9 ), only Ezr Ne, and only c. ace. nP33 D'B'J strange or foreign women Ezr 1 o .10.H.17.18 ^- e j 3 27. 80 ni'nnB'K d^j is^n Ne 1 3 B . tHopli. iy. YTi 1 } ^.i? 3 D ?'!!3i> Dris^ini Is 5 8 and ye be made to dwell alone in the midst of the land. Impf. 2VV t^'rvi> ICXn I 3 44 » he who saith of Jerusalem, she shall be inhabited. Ez 35 9 v. Qal 4. f 1. rQIT n.f. seat, dwelling, place (pro- perly Inf.' Qal from 3B«)— n3|n Diptp 1K10" = 2Cg w the place of the seat ; Don rOB* Am 6 s a seat {throne, or enthronement) of violence; ly n3B*p Nu 2 1 15 toward the dwelling (i. e. ptace, rWBJ 444 location) of 'Ar; rOBb «S"]t^ 2 S 23' they are burned in the (same) place, i.e. on the spiot, but del. 'v We Dr Bu ; *V# Ob 3 his (thy) dwelling- jAace. — 11. rQ3> v. sub rot?. f 1. [niT'ir] n.f. sojourn ( = *n3^ ace. to Thes) — only ira'E'a 2 S 1 9 s3 during his sojourn; but rd. in2E>a, v. 3gj Qal 2.— 11. rrfB* v. sub T^NIllI^ n.pr.m. Leviteof the 14th course

Ch 24 13 ; but © IVA/3a, A ©L Io-jSnaX. 

TJIIIEQ -®" 1 n.pr.m. one of David's heroes

S 23" © (&o<r6<, ©L If<r£aaX (|| I Ch n" has 

DV3E", q.v. sub 3-lt?); id. nB^BT^Ijl q. v. tlin "Gttf" Kt, 223 "Stfj Qr, n.pr.m. a gigantic Philistine 2 S 21 16 ; but read 3:3 XlXfa and they dwelt in Gob, and tr. to v 15 We Dr Bu. t^^Ip2^^ , n.pr.m. a son of Heman 1 Ch t 't : : r 25 4M ; © l€c/3a<raic<i(Ta!>), Barara, ®L U<t$ok. tVSfff 1 n.pr.m. ('1 «e«e<A, causeth to dwell; cf. Ph. n.pr. ^J?3e" (? = ^V33B")) — a Simeonite I Ch 4 s6 © I<ra/3ia, ©L Iw<raj3in. t^ffiift n.m. 2K2 - 19 seat, assembly, dwell- ing-place, dwelling, dwellers; — abs.'D ^ 107 4 + 4t; cstr. 3tri» Ex^+gt.; sf. 'ae/iD Jb 29 7 etc. ; pi. cstr. , ?E'to Ez 34 13 ; sf. 2 mpl. D3'TI3K ; iD etc. Ex 1 2 20 + 1 1 1. ; sf. 3 mpl. DfiaB^D etc. 10°+ 5 t.; BnvpBnD EZ37 23 , but* read '31E>p <AeiV apostasies © Comm., see VB ; BtpnaflD Ez6 14 ;-1. a. «ea< 1 S20 18 - 25 - 25 Jb2 9 7 ; fig. VOB* D^K 'D Ez 28 s . b. sitting = those sitting, sitting company or assembly, 3B/1D in? j| 1 k 1 o 6 ( || wr$Q nnj|D) = 2 Ch 9 4 ; so + i ' io 7 32 (II ' n P)- 2. a. dwelling-place of people, tribe, etc., oft. = territory, district, or, later, city; Gn io» 27 39 (both J), Ex io 23 (E), Nu 24 21 (JE>, Gn 36 43 (P), Ez6 14 48 15 1 Ch 4 s3 6 39 7 s8 ; JOKn 'D Ex 34" = habitable jdaces of the land; distinct from city DTia^CS Dnny Nu 31 10 , cf. Ez 6 6 , but also 3En» T| ftOf*- 7M ; of Zion as '■>'D 132". T». alm. = abstr. dwelling 3^10 JV3 T| Lv 2 5 M (P); "Q jn« Nu 15 2 Zand 0/ your dwelling-places or dwelling (P). c. = house Ex i2 M (|| JV3 v"), 35' Lv 3 17 7 M 13 46 23 314 - 21 - 3 ' Nu 35 19 (all P), Lv 23 17 (H). 3. situation of city 2K2"; location of image Ez 8 3 . 4. time of dwelling Ex 12 40 (P). 5. coll.= those dwelling, TJ) 3ftB i)3 2 S 9 12 a7i tfwse dwelling m the house of Siba. — Ez 37 23 v. supr. and nyarg sub awf, t2»in n.m. Lv2546 sojourner, only P (H) and late; abs. 'n Gn23 4 +6t.; cstr. 3Bnn Lv ' ; sf-iaenn 25 s ; pi. Dv?e*,n v 6 + 2 t.; cstr. VVF 1 K 17', but read fiasfrl (q. v.) © Ew Th Hi; — sojourner, appar. of a more temporary and dependent (Lv 22' 25 6 ) kind than the ">j! (with which it is often joined): || TOfe' Ex 12 45 (P), Lv 2 2 lo (f0 3 ' n a priest's sojourner), 2 5 6 - 40 (all H) ; D3G>y Dnan nnennn v*(cpt.ij also v 6 ); c. dv, also Lv 2 47 - 47 (H); c. }ina Nu 35 15 (P). Fig. of one enjoying only a temporary tenure, c. DV Gn 2 3 4 , with '" Lv 25 s3 + 39 13 , c. Vsb 1 Ch 29".— iKij'v. supr. nSttT n.pr.m. v. naB*. •atr asoxfr v. aw>. ■St' t : t t pHXp* 1 v. p3B>. Mlu* ( /of following ; meaning uncertain; ace. to Fl De rr2,7 =Ar. Lit, in. lit, var. Uj, assist, support : but this dubious ; v. Lane 60 (cf. Wetzst ZDMG18e8 - U9 ) ace. to whom this is a second, sense from to make equal (viz. by giving to another of one's own property, etc.)) TrPtyin n.f. sound, efficient wisdom, abiding success (on der., v. supr. ; ace. to Fl De prop, advancement, or mental aptitude that advances : for the form, cf. H2V1 and n*3Sn ; Sta* 202 ), a technical term of the WisdLtj— a. sound, efficient wisdom Is 2S 29 (of '») MvM .i-cnn b'i:n nxv ; Pr 3 21 nan?* 'n -to ; 8 14 (Wisdom speaks) 'm nxV. »5> ; 18 1 vkn) 'ri ^3^ ; Jb 1 1 6 (of '" : v. Di), 1 2 6 'HI TV 1BV; 26 3 3n^> 'm nv^in (II noan N^b nxv:). b. of the effect of sound wisdom, abiding success (for the com- bination of meanings, cf. - ), |B'n to shew wisdom, and also to achieve success), Jb 5 12 iM^ffJJTl X?1 'n DIVT do not achieve abiding success; 6 13 and abiding success (|| ^"ItJ?) is driven from me; p r 2 7 'n D > ']f^ i'3s> ; ki 6" i^v ntr> mjm, i.e. (si vera 1.) he that seeth (heedeth) thy name is well-advised (Ges s,54Sb3 ; Dav* 29 " 1 ).— n;B>ri Jb 30 22 , v. sub nib + niri" 1 n.pr.m. a Simeonite 1 Ch 4 s4 ; © Io)tr(f)la, A IaxTtaff, ©L Igxk. TrT'V^i' 1 n.pr.m. one of David's heroes I Ch II 46 ; © W(<:)«i, ©L 2o«ria. 23Wi 445

  • 1^ v. 3155); mtf»T.rmS>; n <, nitr> v. nifc

T T : • T T ; "'jttH v. rm^j Wf v. s*tm SU pr. P . 22 i. ntC* (-/of following, si vera 1.) ' t n ^l n -[ m '] 'emptiness (of hunger), meaning conjectured from context ; Mi 6" IDBty -)i3a(||V3^n «Si»3Nn). t[BB^] vb. only Hiph. Impf. extend, hold out (late) (NH Hiph. id.; Aram. Aph. BIP^K, £»o?' id.; 1 As. astu, extended, mighty Lyon 8.r ([ <, nt e„e60 I)1 HWBl44. Ar . ^ jg i ^ <ra<( , mto <Ae m?'<Me o/*)— i 5 2HJH BA3"]£ B'B'i' Est 4" hold out the golden sceptre to, so (BSn»l) 5* 8 4 . ,, tr , 4x n.pr.m. father of David (etyin. dub.; 01 }277f conj. I* 6*j We lsu ' <9 ^ = iE"N = ^3X (but see this))— ^ 1 S i6 3 +2ot.; »t£ v 19 + 10 t.; ® Ifao-ai; **«*(}) 1 Ch 2 13 ;— +-JV3 <|fc 'pr&n J egg « <A« Bethlehemite 1 S 1 6 118 ("m ■tr ,,_ |3, of David), i7 68 t; >B» also 1 6 3 + 1 4 t. 1S16, 17; tson of H3iV ace. to Eu 4 WIUi =a 1 Ch 2"; t(»)fj

    • "}? 2S 23 1 iCh io» 29 26 V'72 !0 ; *fH| 3K^K

2 Ch ii 18 ; elsewhere ^"f? alone = David' 1 S

W.30.31 22 7. 8 .9.13 25 10 2S20 1 IK I2 16 =2Chl0 16 , 
Ch 12 18 ; "fl yw Is 1 1 1 ; ** Bhfc> v 10 of Jesse 

as ancestor of future (Messianic) kingt. ^CT n.pr. v. 3**J sub 31B>. foJPWtf' v. ntM. pi part of the 'Arabah, NE. of the Dead Sea (in which was nb't^n R>| Nu 33" al.) b. without art., a waste or wilderness (only poet.), of scene of Israel's wanderings (after the Excdus), V| ^; inh3 Dt 3 2 10 (|| -13-ip jnx3), ,/,68 8 78 40

14 ; with ref. to returning exiles Is43 ,92 °; 

T^l " V' 10 7 < waste of a way ( = desert way). tH3tf£ n.pr.m. a name in Judah 1 Ch 4 3 ; © Paypi, A Uo-pa, ©L 2apaa. W^tr;, OOmpctfi v. ycc*.

  • 2E*£ v. no*.

t[jt£^] vb. sleep (NH *4/ Aram. n. Ifcul sfeep; Ar. ^j Je ifepy, ^J, IL, skep; As. tow, sZeep, Dl HWB24li , foinatu, iuttu, dream, Id lb , Flood "■ 22 Asrb Ann,ls ' vK - 2 '» T )—Qal Pf. VDB* Jb 3 13 ; y! £l consec. Je 5i 39 + 2 1; Imp/ ?f* Is 5 s7 ^i2i 4 ; |#*J iKi9 6 ,etc; 7w/ cstr. |W»? Ec 5"; — sleep, go to sleep, and be asleep, G11 2 21 (J), 4 1 6 (E),Ez 3 4 25 Jb 3 13 V'3VPr4"'Ec5 11 ,also2S4 6 © We Dr Kit Bu, vid. Eton ; c . l6, of Ass. army Is5 27 (||D«); of Baal 1 K 19 5 ; of ' R*fl nnb TTV& ^ *44 M ; /f • ^ I21< (II Dy ); c. accVcog'n. D^-iy !■# >& Je 5 i 3 " 7 ( v . n3^), of death, cf. f^S n J?^ V' I3 4 - ITipb. only in deriv. sense of become inactive or stationary; Pf. QFOK/i^consec. Dt4 25 and ye be grown old H??> »•«• (v. Di Dr) have lost freshness of first impressions; of inani- mate things, be old, stale, only Pt. ifti f B« Lv 2 6 10 t[Dtt*^] vb. be desolate (cf. DDE*)— Qal (H),f.n3S*i3 njnSLvi 3 »= old leprosy (P) ; these Zmp/. 3 fs. DB»P1 Ez i2 19 ; DB>'n Gn 47 19 ; DE*I} Ez i 9 7 ; 3 fpl. njO^n 6 6 (Co'nJOB*l);— &, deso- late, subj. px Ez 12 19 19 7 ; subj. nmK Gn 47" (J); subj. ni03 Ez 6 6 . T L^^^tp^ 1 ] n.f. desolation, only intens. pi. nto ^ * 55' 6 Kt (Qr nip Wfjty, so Ges Hup al., cf. n.pr.loc. WOH^n TV3 supr. p. nib; © Ew 01 Pe De Bae al. follow Qr, let death come de- ceitfully upon them, v. SW. T lYQ'Hpi n.m. waste, wilderness ; — abs. fto'E" 1 S 2 3 19 + 5 1.; jfe'E* Nu 2i S0 + 3 1. ; tine* IS43 1 ' 9 ; |bE»Dt 3 2 10 ; cstr. jto'E" f 107 4 ;— waste, wilderness: a. c. art., aim. n.pr. Nu 2 ^(com- manded byPisgah), 23 28 (by Pe'or ; both JE),fre- quented by David as an outlaw 1 S 23 1924 26 1 - 3 . Probably some part of the wilderness of Judah, borderingonDeadSea(Conder TeotWork ' ch - 1,i ;Buhl ~"- ' ° ) ; ace. to others, at least in Nu. (v. Di), poss. denom. from JE*. Pi. causat. Impf. WJ^Rl Ju 1 6 19 and she made him sleep. t *• 1^ adj . sleeping ; — ms. [ & 1 S 2 6 7 + 3 1, fs. n32» 1 K f> Ct 5 2 ; pi. D^E^ 1 S 26 12 Ct 7 10 ; cstr. p.B^ Dn 12 2 ;— asleep, sleeping 1 S 26 712 1 K 3 20 Ct 5 2 7 10 ; so, fig., Ho 7 6 , expl. as= $]£ smoketh, cf. Dt 29 19 , by ES JPhl,I,,|1888 ' 72 ' Pr< "" , ' i '- , '- 19 Che with DriBK (Ges , "- 1 - B - lm )for DHSN; but <We, their anger sleepeth; of Baal I K 18 27 ; in sim. of '< ^ 78 s5 ; of dead, as sleeping in dust, Dn 1 2 2 . f 11. |IL'^ n.pr.m. one of David's heroes, 2 S 2 3 32 =DK/n 1 Ch 1 1 34 (in both del. '03 as dittogr., We Dr Bu); v. DE?n, and *?•. t|^ adj. old (01 ig., as it seems, withered, flabby, like a lifeless plant with top hanging down, as if in sleep ; cf. KTiph. supr., and NH ??*J Pi. let a thing grow old)— ft£ Lv 25 22 + 3k; f.nje* Is 22" + 2 t.; pl.D'3^Ct7 14 ;— old: n313n rw

wr nrfji Is 22"; nffl , y& Ne3 6 ; so I2 M ; of choice fruits, Ct 7 14 (opp. enn); subst. old foir- vest, stare, Lv 25 s ™ s6* M (H ; opp. BHn). t n^tL"' n.pr.loc. town on southern border t t : of N. Israel, near Bethel, 2 Ch 13 19 ; so rd. also

S 7" for MT ]&} We Dr Klo Kit Bu ; mod. 

'Ain Siniya, 5 m. N.of Beitun, CI. Ganneau JAl ' Ayr.-Juln, WTO, 490-601 S cin ZPV '• lsre > 41 Buhl Ge0BT ' ! M ' P ' 173 . tnattS, ttttf, r»3ttS n.f. sleep;— n^^ 9 o 5 + 3 t.; T W?'^i27=, T n:B'^i32 4 (Ges 5801 '-*); cstr. fl?B'Je5i 39 +3t.; , n3E' G1131 40 Je3i 26 , etc.; pi. abs.n^ Pr6 ,0 24 33 ;— keep Gn 28 16 (J), Ju i6 1420 Prs^e^o^Ecs'-Jesi^Zc^jPi^dlnoyri); ntoun oyp nvv oyp p r 6 10 = 24 s3 (these two of sluggard &¥ &* v. also 6 9 20 13 ); note also "rjJO 'naB* TOTl Gn 31 40 (E) and my sZeep fled from mine eyes ; t^Sn n# HTO Est 6 1 ; n^JJ'l Drue* Pr 4 16 ; v^>y nrv;n: irijipi Dn 2 1 ; wys nip nsi'inyK Ec 8 16 ;' V$ njf> i™? °« V' J-32 4 (a 11 of lack of sleep) ; KJg> Vl'Tb' |» f j 2 f=he giveth to Ids beloved in sleep, cf. Ges 5 " 8 - 3 ; of sleep of death (so Ar. J-lj Dozy" 806 ) Jb 14 12 ■^ 90 6 (cf. De Che); so, as ace. cogn., yff 76 s Je 5 1 39 - 67 (in these two O^Vnif). t [^li*" 1 ] vb. Hiph. deliver; Niph.intrans. and pass. (Ar. jL-T be capacious, 11. make wide, spacious, IV. make sufficient, v. viu. be or live in abundance (v. Dr 1 *'*■**) Ph. n.pr. yfc» ; Sab. yJV (royal epith.), n.pr. yJV/K, bbt]in WVOV, e.g. Mordt ZMOme - 37;1893 ' 409 ' U6 ' o,>e,c -(yet note strange equiv., h = u *); not in Aram.; MI 4 ""jyen 7ie delivered me, I s yB>D(3) deliverance, Sm and So, (but HD3 CIGann Dr) ; n.pr.m. yCD I 1 , also l 3 [4] Sm and So, but JIB* deliverance, CIGann Dr) — Nipt. Pf. 3 m. V&) Dt 33 29 Is 45 17 ;

pi. BPy&H Nu io 9 ; 1 pi. UVjPfe Je 8 20 ; /wip/ 
ms. Wt Je 30 7 Pr 2 8 18 +'i S 14 47 (for MT 

t$T) ® We Klo Dr Kit Bu ; 3 fs. «#*? Je 23* 33 16 ; n VF5^ V' 1 1 9 117 Je 1 7 14 + 8 1. Impf. ; Imv. pi. w^n i» 45 M ; -f<- ^ 3 ♦ 33 16 Zc 9 9 ;— *• Je liberated, saved (prop, placed in freedom; cf. for the fig. 3 , rnn, 3Pno), from external evils Pr 28 18 , by God" Is 30 1 ' 6 ' 45 M 64 4 Je 4 14 8 20 1 7" 23* 33" f 8o 48M 1 19 117 ; with ft?, Je 30 7 ; &?&Q Nu io 9 (P), 2 S 2 2 4 =f 18 4 . 2. be saved in battle, victorious Zc 9 9 ^ 3 3 16 + 1 S 1 4 47 v. supr. ; miT3 VE^J Oy Dt 33 M a people victorious in (poem)," of. Is 45 17 - *ipk- Pf- 3 ms. gffol 1 S 9 18 ^ 20 7 ; y^in Zc 1 2 7 ; sf. to*#n V' 34 7 ; « s - 'nye ; in Is 43 12 + 4 t., + 14 t. Pf.; Impf. f&*

S 1 7 47 (v. Dr) + 1 1 6 6 ; 3?^ Is 45 20 + 6 t. ; i>t?"i 

(juss.) Pr 20 22 ; Sfty Ex i4 30 + 7 t.; Mft 1 823* 4-2t.; s^re^ Ho 13 10 ; WV* Is 4 6 7 ; OJ^ 1S10 27 ; B2$< Is 35 4 (juss., Dr' 4 '-"), etc.; Imv. Vtfn Je 31 7 f 86 2 ; njpe>in 2 K 6 s6 + 8 t. ; nytfin 2Si 4 4 + igt. Imv.; /re/ais.yenn iS25 M + T 2t.; cstr. ycn^l 1 S I4 6 + 14 t.+ 2 S 3 18 (where rd. JJfH* Vrss. Ke We Klo Dr Bu al.), + 7 t. Inf. ; P«. yeno Dt 22 27 + 21 t.; sf. DJfWD ^ io6 21 + 8 t sf.; pi. DT^ Ob 21 Ne 9 27 ;— 1. deliver, save (prop, give width and breadth to.liberate), in peril, c. ace. pers.velloc.Ex2 17 (E)Ju6 31 1S23" 2Sio 19 =iCh 19 19 , 2 K 6 2727 V 36 7 72 13 Jb 2 6 2 ; with b pers. Jos io 6 (E) Dt 22 s7 Ju io 14 2 S io 11 = 1 Ch i9 l2 (withacc), Jei i 1212 V'72 4 1 16 6 ; abs. ■nbran nj)'B>in Z^eZ/>, Kngr 2 S 1 4 4 2 K 6 26 . Specif. save, from evils and troubles : a. of heroic men, saving the nation in warJu3 31 6 15 io'i Sio 27 Ho 1 3 10 Je 1 4 9 ; these are namedSWiO saviour J U3 915

K 1 3 5 Is 1 9 20 Ob 21 Ne 9 s7 ; phr. when they are 

lacking JW'iO H? Jui2 3 1 Sn 3 2S22 42 =>//i8 42 , Dt 28 2931 Is 47 15 ; they save "Vt? from the hand of Ju 2" 8 s2 1 2 2 1 3 6 1 S 9 16 Ne <f; tQ Ju 6 14 1 S 4 3 2 K 1 6". b. of God, who saves his people from external evils Dt 20 4 Jos 22 s12 Ju 3 s 6 36 - 37 7 7 io 13 1 S 14 2339 2 K 14 27 ig^Is 37 s5 , Is 25 9

s2 35 4 43 12 49 M 6 3 9 Je 3 l7 Ez 34 22 Ho '" Hb j2 

Zp 3 17 ' 9 Zc 8 713 9 18 io 6 12 7 f 28 9 69 36 106 8 1 18 25 2 Ch20 9 ; or the pious among them IS38 20 Je 2 27 i7' 4 V' 3 8 6 5 f 31" 54 3 55' 7 57 4 6 9 2 7i 23 io6 47 =

Ch 16 35 , >// 109 26 119 94146 138 7 Pr 20 22 ; and 

especially the king // 2 710 ; David 2S8 614 ; thy servant ^86 216 ; TDn 12 2 ; 0^-1X3"=! 3 4 ' 9 ; ^pnx

  • D'pin 17 7 ; '■> »kt< 145 19 ; •>
    ]! Dy i8 28 =2 S

22 28 ; n? _, yy i M 610 ; 3^ '"ib" 7"; D yy n ^ Jb 2 2 s9 ; accordingly God is yB'iO saviour Is 43" 45 16 - 21 63 8 Hoi3 4 ; , yB'D2S22 3 ; Dy^'10^106 2 '; iy'tfiD Je 14 8 ; IJP^ Is 43 3 49 26 6o 16 Je3o ,0 = 46"; is with his people V&rl? Je 15 20 30" 42"; y'B'inb 3ils63 l ; ,| :y , B'inf)niniSDn' , 3^3i 3 ; isr. prays I?'? 1 ! ny'B'in save with thy rigid hand i^6o 7 = io8 7 , cf. IS59 1 ; that fr. wh. one is saved constr. c. ft? : TO Ex 14 30 (J) Ju 2 18 io 12 1 S 7 s 2S3 18 2Ki9 ,9 =Is37 20 , ^io6 10 2Ch 3 2 2S ;DDnp

S 22 3 ; 3'jriD Jb5 15 : nns-bo ^ 34 7 ; niyn-bp 

1 S io 19 ; ir-isp ^ 44 8 ; nn« 'ap 2 2 22 ; te>s? "PbeJo 109 31 ; D^P"! TP*U5 59 3 ; nip«pp 107 1319 . c. there is no other salvation, the sword saves not yfr 44 7 , or a nation La 4 17 , or astrologers Is 47 13 , or Asshur Ho 14 4 , or other gods Is 45 20 46 7 Je 2 s8 . 2. save from moral troubles, only in Ez. sn^

ppjror Bf frni^te 5fc»J (rd., with Co Da al., BnTriME'e) 37 ffl ; baviiReo bap 3 6 29 . 3. give victory to: a. of man, c. ? pers., give victory to, c. agent subj. T Ju 7* 1 S 2 5 2633 , T om. v 31 ; W T Jb 40 14 ; Jrt->T * 44 4 - b. of GW, with b pers., subj. P?; V 98 1 ; yi -1 ] Is 59 16 63 s ; Yahweh 1 Ch 18 6 , with ace. v 13 ; abs. gain victory I S 14 8 17 47 ; nbinj nyiE>n y&* 1 Ch n 14 . tj^rn n.m. I * Iil • 6 deliverance, rescue, sal- vation, also safety, welfare; — V^.yjr20 7 + 4 t.; J^J Jb 5 n + 4 t. ; sf. ^ 2 S 2 2 3 + 1 1 1., + 1 4 t. sfs.; — 1. safety, welfare, prosperity 2 S 23 s yfr 1 2 6 Jb 5 4 ". 2. salvation, i.e. primarily physical rescue, by God, oft. with added spiritual idea: Is62 u ^69" 85 810 ; D'nb.K »£ salvation from God jr 50 23 ; used as infin. with ace. VB'.y Hb 3 1313 (see Ew S 239 "); accordingly Yahweh is 'JIB^I niS jn,y Zt'y7i< and my salvation ^27'; yB» TO 95 1 ; yB» Hi? i8 3 =2 S 2 2 3 ; V& '&« l s 17 10 Mi f Hb 3 18 V i8 fl =W* TW v£g 2 S 22 47 , ^ 24 s 25 s 2 7 9 65 s 79 9 85^ 1 Ch 1 6 s5 ; V 1 jap f 1 s 38 = 2 S 22 s6 ; 'ye* Q-n^K by + °2 8 ; || n i?"JV Is 45 s 5 1 5 6 1 10 ; %B>? fkfy f 5 1 " joy 0/ thy salvation; '£" B^abs? TOn'a 132 16 her priests will I clotfie with salvation. 3. victory : iW V& nniaj iff 20 7 the mighty deeds of the victory of his right hand. trnfttf; n.f. salvation;— 'B» V"9 156 + 18 t.; nny«h 3 3 Jon2 10 ; nnyc* ^8o 3 ; cstr.nyrc* Ex i4 ,3 + 4 t.; sf.VW: Jb 3<> u j 'nyiB^ ^62 2 +i 2 t., + 25 1. sfs. ; pi. ntae* 2 S 22 51 +6 1.; njflB* 42 12 + 3 t-J niVB^ 53 7 ; — 1. welfare, prosperity : 3JO 'nyB" may Jb 30' 5 as a cloud my prosperity passed away. 2. deliverance: nyie^b 9 IWVfl and <Aom ««7< oe <o me for deliverance 2 S 1 o" = 1 Ch 1 9 12 . 3. salvation by God, primarily from external evils, but often with added spiritual idea: Gn 4 9 18 (poem), Is 33 2 52 710 59 11 6o 18 Jon 2 10 V3 3 - 9 i4 7 =53 7 - 22 s 35 s 62 2 69 30 7° 5 (=nyiE>n 40"), 78 s2 80 3 9 i 16 96 2 =i Ch I6 23 , 106 4 140 8 Jb 13' 6 ; with verbs of rejoicing nyitra 1 s 2 1 Is 25 s ^9 1S 13" 35'; n ^: n V^ nicin Is 26 1 salvation will he set as walls; cf. phr. '& 'nbj* + 88 2 , 'B" b« Is 1 2 2 , 'B* "*» Dt 32 1S (song), ^89 2 ' 7 , cf. ^yien <TW 62"; V< D* Is 49 s ; 'trn rj» 12 3 weZZs 0/ salvation; pi. niy*B» (intensive), of "• : "OB niyiB'; ^ 42 s </w salvation of my face (person ; TOD M'f error, ^S ® ©), v 12 43 s ; niyiE" D13 1 i6' 3 cuj» commemorating saving acts (of drink-offering); further f 1 19»*»* II "i?^ Is 5i 8 - 8 56' 62' ^ 98 2 - 3 ; nspny viyw* J*v?7 I s 49° rn y salvation unto the emls of the earth; IJJS^ D?U~ba3 ^67 3 among all nations thy salvation. 4. victory : c. nB>y wwA victory

S 14 45 Is 26"; elsewhere of victories wrought 

by Yahweh for his people Ex 1 5 2 (song) Is 1 2' Hb3 8 f 20 6 2 1 2 - 6 44 s 68 20 118 14 '" 1 ; phrases: rtftflSj byrrforic<or?'e«74 12 ; n'ytfr |Dh Is33°«<ore of victories; DiyiB* brat? 2 S 2 2 M Qr <0!o«r of victories{Kt HjO and so || f 18 51 ); niyiB*; tiyp ^28" strongho'd of victories; * TVPSh-m W) Ex I4 13 (J) see the victory of Yahweh, 2 Ch 20 17 ; WtT y?i3 Is 59 17 helmet of victory; D'WSj ""WJ nyit^'a fr 149 4 A« w<7i beautify the meek with victory. — Cf. the syn. nyi^n, infr. fi. 1'ittj adj. (free), independent, noble (in station) (ace. to most from second, v ^18?= J)B» in sense of Ar. «^J (ef. ny.B'n infr.); but actual existence of such a -/not proven; Thes allows yiE' = yiB*) — noble, of rank (and. by implic, of character) Is 32 s (H^ra, opp. v'3), Jb 3 4 19 (Di sX.rich, but || DTfc opp. b-n) — 11. yit? Is 22 s , v. sub [Sntp]. in. yiB* n.pr.gent. Ez 23 s3 , v.'e'. ■)• I. ^^lffi n.pr.m. father of Judah's wife, ® 2ava, Gn 38 2 and (after cstr. na) v 12 1 Ch 2 3 ; v. yiB^'na p. 1 24 supr., and cf. on mng. JAB' ('3^) p. 4, V&ck) P- 46. . yiI7 n.[m.] opulence P (cf. Ar. LLl) — so AE~al. Jb 30 24 36"; but<v. sub [W?]. tNJ'^HlJ n.pr.f. a woman of Asher 1CI17 32 ; ® 2o>Xa, ®L 2oua. t , J?ip* 1 n.pr.m. (salary) — 1. one of the line of Jerahmeel 1 Ch 2 3131 , ® latiurjX, A If o-«, ®L If aaovti. 2. a chief of Manasseh 1 Ch 5 s4 , ® 2f«, Ifcr(a)fi. 3. a chief of Judah 1 CI14 20 . 4. a chief of Simeon 1 Ch 4 42 . , l^' , l , Qj' , n.pr.m. (salvation of Yah; cf. V^N p. 46 supr. ; bxyB 1 on scarab CIGann jA S ie83.'Fev..H^,i35.so.8^_ 1- igajaj,, son of 'Amos, the prophet: Is i' + i5t. Is., 2X19'+ i2t. K.,

Ch 26" 32 2032 , © Ho-atas, 93 Isaias. 12. one 

of the children of Jeduthun 1 Ch 25 31S , ® Io-am, etc. t3. a Levite ancestor of one of David's treasurers 1 Ch 2 6 25 , © Qa-aias, @L Iwo-Tjf. trPW' 1 n.pr.m. (salvation of Yah) — 1. grandson of Zerubbabel 1 Ch 3 21 , © laa-a^a, Ifo-fia. 2. chief of the sons of Elam, who went up with Ezra Ezr 8 7 , © Io<r«a, Hama, etc. 3. chief of sons of Merari in time of Ezra j'trn

Iffii Ezr 8", © Qn-aia, etc. 4. a Benjamite Ne 1 1 7 , © Ucrux, etc. t ytfin n.pr.m. (salvation ; on form, of. T9#3, ^fltefj; on pronunciation v. Hpt ZAUMl ADm - J Jager BA8I " 4S ) — 1. orig. name of Joshua ace. to Nu 13 816 (P), © Avar,, cf. Dt 32" (J ; prob. err., v. Dr), © Iijo-ovr, v. JRZ'irP p. 221 supr. 2. last king of Israel 2 K 15 30 1 f iAi i8'- 910 , ®Q<rrj ( . 3. the prophet Hosea Ho I 1 **, © Qn-ijf. 4. an Ephraimite chief under David 1 Ch 2j K , © Q<r(j(t). 5. a chief under Nehemiah Ne io 24 , © Qa>]6a, Qcnjf. Tn^yCTin n.pr.m. (Yah has saved) — 1, a prince of Judah Ne 1 2 s2 , © Qaaia. 2. father of Azariah or Jezaniah, a chief in time of Jere- miah Je 42 1 43 2 , © Mauo-((r)mor, etc. jniiirr, SflttT n.pr., see p. 221. t [nytDiO] n.f. only pi. niyeno saving acts f 68 21 . T t I'ttTQ n.pr.m. (deliverance) — Mesha, king of Moab 2 K 3 4 =y<5>0 MI 1 ; © Mara. — v. Sm and So™ 1 - 1S36 Dr 8m,m ' ft T VCTO n.pr.m. (deliverance) — son of Caleb I Ch 2 42 , © Maptiaa, <SL Movcra. tnyi^n (tnVB'ri 2 S 1 9 3 ) n.f. deliverance, salvation = njftB^ (formed by false anal., as if from V yie>, in sense of ye" ; most assign it to yiB*, but no sufficient evidence for existence of such a V; cf. Kb"'* )— abs.'n 1 S n 9 + 19 t.; cstr. Je 3 s3 + 5 t.; sf. tq**l Is 46 13 -M t. ; irjjHtfn ^ 40 11 + 2 t.; ^ywn v 17 71 15 ;— 1. de- liverance, usually by God, through human agency, esp. from oppression 1 S 1 I 9 , and in battle iChi9 ,2 (yt5nnin || c. ),= victory J u 15 18 (1J1 T3 'n rinj), 2 K 5', "• 'n ne-y iSn" '* ■wrought a great victory, so 19 6 2 S 19 3 23 1012 1 Ch 1 i 14 (asacc.cogn.after j)iE'in),Pr2i 31 ^33 17 (yBhi in || v 16 ); D-3^ Tl frfan I44 i°; so in phr. mn^ 'rrpn 2 K 1 3", D"1K3 '070 v 17 ; of national deliverance, from exile, D'oVlV 71 *?$■&) V&0 Is 45 17 (Da 8 '"'!"), 46 13 (|| njrix), v 13 (c. jna; II ITJSDTI) ; in gen. of national success and prosperity Je 3 a Pr n 14 =24 6 ; of deliverance fr. personal trouble ^ 37 s9 La 3 26 ('" njntMl), r of national deliverance underfig. of personal^ 40" (|nn;«2K) j v 17 71" (||ni5-JX), so »*#•($ *• 38"; contrasted with s deliverance is D"]K ny'K'ri deliverance of (through) man ^6o l3 = 108 13 , cf. 1 46'. 2. more exclusively spiritual in sense, —salvation, appear to be '•riy^n v£>k ^5i 16 ,

19 41 (|| Tioq), v 81 , and 'n *ta^ spana 2 ch 6 41 

(from V$l B"3^N (WTO y, 132 16 ). TriniT^ n.[m.] jasper (loan-word fr. Pers. _. Lj; so Ar. ,_■ .«"< Lane 2978 , also (and on forms iJLLj, pS) Frey ; perh. As. aspA D1 HA36 ' IIWB 147 )_nsB;;i Britf) e*Bhn Ex 28 20 39 13 (both P) beryl and onyx and jasper (v. Di) ; Wffi ( + tcZ.) Ez 28 13 (v. «m). HE^ v. sub net}' ; }2tt.^ v. sub JSE'. |"")t^^ vb. be smooth, straight, right (N H id., and deriv. ; Ar. IJLj 6e gentle, tractable, easy, 11. ma&a ea«y; tlo manageable, easy; but Sab.nfii, nfiin, piV bw Os ZMO1865 - 270 CIS"' 2, - a ; As. isdru, be or #0 straight, right, meseru, jus- tice, meSeriii, righteously, D1 HWB31 °) — Qal Pf. "& Jei8 4 +2t,; 3 f.rnt£jui4 8 Hb2 4 ; 3 mpl. ri^ iK 9 ' 2 ; 7m;j/l^'Nu23 27 -r2t.; *$) 1 S I8 20 - 26 ; 3fs."irnjui 4 7 ; 3 fpl. n5-l^iS6 12 (Ges »«.**in)_l. 5,0 straight, ?|Tn3 M <Ae way 1 S 6 12 . 2. fig., 6e pleasing, agreeable, right OrPJ? 3 ?'»i the eyes of) ; said of a woman Ju 1 4 3 '; a man Je27 5 ; of matters andthings ("13-311)1 S l8 IM, flS 17 4 1Q113 4 2Ch3o 4 ; of cities 1K9 12 ; a place IW#fS5 W? Nu 2 3 27 (E); with TBfcB J e 18 4 . 3. in ethical sense, straigJuforward, upright; 13 it?S3 ffjf^tft Hb 2 4 his soul is not upright in him (opp. fVBV swollen). Pi. Pf. 1 Vffc + 1 1 9 128 (n^ Jb 37 3 , 3 m. sf. Thes; but< Ew Di Hi De Da, Impf. fr. TTf); Impf. If* Pr 3 6. -,^ : , i5 ji. gf q^Hj ^ Mag< abbrev ; tn^l) 2Ch' 3 2 , °; 3 fs. ir.nprn 4 ; 1 s.l^K Is 45 13 ; "Hf^j v 2 Qr (Kt Hiph.nB'iN Ges 570 - 2 ' doubtless copyist's error); Imv. pi. Wf*. 40 3 ; Pt. pi. Q'lE'ID Pr 9 15 ; — 1. wia&e smooth, straight, ace. r&ptp Is 4 o 3 ; D^iq 45 2 ; fig., with ^, jna^e smooth or straight, i.e. free from obstacles, successful v 13 Pr n 6 , fns 3 6 ; in ethical sense, DriirriK DH^IOn 9 15 those making straight their paths, going straightforward on their paths ; ri3 ?""^fj 1 5 21 maketh straight his going, goeth straightforwards. 2. lead straight along, direct, waters of an aqueduct 2 Ch 32 80 ; (of the thunder Jb 37 s ace. to some; but v. rather rot?). 3. esteem right, approve ^ 1 1 9 128 (rd. VWf; "b "plpB i>3). Pn. Pt.t&Q 3HJ ni3nBn - ?y 1 K 6 35 gold made level, laid smoothly out, upon the graven work. Hiph. Impf.

pi- "?.?5 ^r 1 , ?5??^ Pr 4 a Ze< ^ l '"« «y«'»* 

look straight before thee ; Imv.^^Pi^."^^ make thy way even + 5" Qr (Kt "^in ;' v. Ges 70 '*)■fltfi 449 tltD" 1 adj. straight, right;— '^i S 29" + 7 o t. ; cstr.1^ Pr 2 9" ; f. rnB^ Ez 1 7 + 4 1. ; pi. D'"!^ Nu23 10 + 3 i't.; cstr.n^f7 1, + 8 t.; f. nne* Ez i 23 (del. Co) ; — 1. straight, level, of a way Is 26 7 Je 31 9 V' 107 7 Ezr 8"; foot Ez i 7 ; wings v 23 (1 v. supr.) 2. right, pleasing: a,, to God, 'i'jn IB'Jn <M< which is right, pleasing in the eyes of, agreeable to (either cstr. before or with referring to him), esp. in Deut. writers, Ex 15 26 (R), Dt 12 25 13 19 21 9 1 Kn 3338 14 8 15 6 " 2 2 43 =2Ch20 32 , 2K10 30 , 12 s 14 3 15 s " 16 2 18 3

2 =2Ch24 2 25 2 26 4 27 2 28 1 2 9 2 34 2 , Je 3 4 15 ; 

'1 wa stern -whn Dt 6 18 ; '•> vpa iB^m sen 1 2 K 2 ch 1 4 1 ; '■< ••isb nsm ithvi aran 3 1 20 . b. to man, *rya iB^(n) Dt 12 8 Ju 17 s 2I 26 2 S 19 7 Je40 5 Pri2 is 2 1 2 ; XffS nB»(n)l 21D(n) Jos 9 s5 (D), Je26 14 40; B"tp:iB? "M5« ^n B* Pr 14" there is a way which is pleasing before a man=- 16 26 . 3. straightforward, just, upright : a. of God, Wl -«£! P^X Dt 3 2 4 (song); *> -m 3W ^ 25 s ; '■< "IB* 92 16 ; his ways Ho 14 10 ; his D'DS{yDNe9 13 ^H9 137 ; BT&* 19 9 ; ^ 33* ; the words of divine wisdom Pr 8 9 . b. of man, God made him upright Ec 7 s9 ; but fig D"1N3 IB" Mi 7 2 aw upright man among men there is none, and yet Job is Tfa DPI Jb i 1 (v. Da), v 8 2 s , cf. V' 37 w ; "^ 1! Jb 8 6 ; so earlier of David as an uprightmani S29 6 ; of man's doings ||11Pr 20", cf. 2 1 8 ; of his way of life || J131D 1 S I2 23 ; ?^.:PB i : Pr 29 s7 ; *fr&+il"'> of his heart, mind, and will, 33? 'HB* upright of heart 2 Ch 29 34. ijrwtfh ^.|H „2 32 n g 6 n 64 n 94]i 97 n. Dfliaba QnB* 1 2 5". c. as a noun, ( 1 ) with ref. to things, WJjjn IB* </(« rt'grfa / have perverted Jb33 27 ; 1B>pT : nrn^n mf pervert t/ie right (lit. tots* that which is straight) ; Wl&l "13*1 speaketh right things Pr 16 13 , cf. 2 K io' (2) more commonly of men, in sg."lB*(!"l) Mi2 7 j 1 2K10 3 Pi-21 29 Jb23 7 ; collective, 7* XI 1 ; also in ">BD lft book of the upright Jos io 13 2 S I 18 (cf. 1 K8 M © ; Dr Ia,r - 182 ), a collection of ancient national poetry; in pi. D'lB* the upright, of pious Israel Nu 23 10 (song E) ; elsewhere of the upright among the people of God as dis- tinguished from the wicked, in "WisdLt, Jb 4' 17 8 Pr 2 721 3 s2 ii 3611 12" 14 9 " 15 819 i6 17 21 18 28 10 29 10 , in late fV 33 1 49 15 107 42 m 1 11 2" 1 40" and Dn 1 1 17 . 4. abstr., uprightness, "m fiDKS fin 8 (Thes), but read rather Vf 1 with Hi Ri Bae, after © <5 % Jer. "HttP n.m. +26 ' n straightness, uprightness; — "IB* Pr 2 13 + ut.; sf. ff^ Jb33 ffl Pr 14';— 1. straightness, evenness, of paths (with moral im- plication) Pr 2 13 4 n . 2. Tightness, ujrright- ness Pr 17 26 ; "IB"} DPI f 25 21 ; of words, spoken Jb 6 M , written Ec 12 10 ; of the moral walk (l)lB»3 1 K 9 4 Pr 14 2 ; ^fr%f Jb 33 3 ; 22b "IE* Dt 9 6 f 1 19 7 1 Ch 29 17 :— on f 1 1 1 8 v. IB* 4. 3. w^o< is due, right Jb 33 Pr 1 1 24 . T"1tt?^ u.pr.m. (uprightness) son of Caleb 1 Ch 2 18 (on pointing v.Baer), © l<oaaap,®h Sap. t[n*^] n.f. uprightness;—^ n!B*3 1 K 3 6 (foVform see Bo !644 * Kb J90(lUTO) ). t IfnWi n.pr.m. (upright one) Dt 32 15 s$ ix IS44 2 ; poetic name of Israel, designating it under its ideal character, © 6 t]yairrifici>os, Aq Sym Theod eidis, 93 rectissimus, dilectus; Thes Ew* ,87 » Lag"' 33 regard it as dimin. fr. "«£■ good little people ; but no evidence that J'- has a dimin. force, and most recent scholars De Di DrMVGes 586(2) *take as denom.=Rechtvolk; Bacher ZAW "- 1 « B - ra ' r - and Che rightly compare yfift ISO (see "IB* 3 e). "•"["•ACQ] n.m. evjnness, uprightness, equity; — only pi. : D'HBTOPri 3 ; elsewhere D^B^O Is 2 6 7 4- 1 7 t. ; — 1. evenness, level Is 26 7 , of path of righteous (in the future), fig. for free from difficulties ; smoothness, of the flow of wine, '03 Pr 23 31 ; 'tb Ct 7 10 . 2. in ethical sense, uprightness, equity, as taught in the school of wisdom Pr8 6 , || P"nt i 3 2 9 ; of govern- ment 'D(3) V' 9 9 58 2 75 3 96 10 ' 98 s 99 4 ; of speech Is33 15 Pr 23 16 ; of Yahweh's promises IS45 19 ; 'Dnyi 1 Ch 2 9 17 Aave pleasure in equity ; 'd JIB'S Dn ii 6 make an equitable arrangement. 3. adv. rightly, with nm f 17 2 ; 3PIN Ct I 4 . tnittTQ n.m. ,,>48 - 8 level place, upright- ness; — 'O 1^2 7" + 9 k; "#•!? ZC4 7 (v. Baer) + 12 t. ; — 1. level country, table-land, plain: antith. (D")nn 1 K 20 2325 Zc 4 7 ; 3py I 8 40 4 ; d^PJJO 42 16 ; + rbm 2 Ch 26 10 ; || poy Je 21 13 ; liE^Dn specifically of the elevated plateau or table-land between the Arnon and Heshbon Dt 3 10 4« Jos i 3 9 '«' 7 - 2 > 2 o 8 Je 48 821 . 2. level place (free from obstacles), fig. for place of safety, comfort, and prosperity i^26 12 ; 'd mK 27"; 'D H? i43'°- 3. uprightness (cf. E*1? 2), in government ^67*; 't3 03B> 45^ UPPISH 4 ; D^B>Mal2 6 . rve

|WK Tp"lJ n.pr.loc. Sharon (plausibly con- nected with vSe* by Thes Ges 12 al., cf. GASm °~«* M ; =*fi^; Ph. pt!>)— strictly n.m. 1 ' 8510 plain, level; — -1. 'B'l 1 (with art.), name of maritime plain on Mediterr., fr. Joppa north- ward, noted for fertility, Is 33' (|| fft, ^)J ; ® 6 sapw), cf. |bjflj) teia inn 352; 65 10 (|| P»5> liay ; ® Toi fy>u^) ; T00 n^an ct 2 1 (® &0o t to« «a t 'o«); '#3 D'jnn TJJfn 1 Ch 27 s9 ; so also Jos 12 18 , where rd. ffc P?« $$, so Di We 8 *" 165 Ges 12 after ®, cf. KS™ 02 - 2 ™' 436 .— On this plain v. GASm Geogr - " 7 "• Buhl 0e °« r - * 6S . 2 . 'Knit? PT, region E. of Jordan 1 Ch 5 16 (|| ify, JB*3 ; ® ra Trtpix">pa Tfptap, ®A 2apwi>); identified by many with "iWW! (Dt 3 10 etc., v. supr.) BrJJn ( A>f foil. ; cf. Ar. cAll weak or im- potent man, ajwj weakness, impotence, Lane 2919 ). "©® adj. aged, decrepit, only B'Kh fpT 2 Ch 3 6 ,T7 . ttifttfj adj. aged, only Jb (NH once D^'B" oW, venerable men, Levy Jastr) ; — abs. JJ^K* Jb 15 10 ; pi. trW) 32 6 + 2 t.;— a^ed, as pred. adj. Jb 3 2 6 (opp. ma$ yyoi as subst. 15 10 (py);

s (opp. Qnpj) ; nosn D^B^a 1 2 1! amongr aged 

men is wisdom (|| rOUTI D*DJ ^QtC). "hEMp"i n.pr.m. a Gileadite name I Ch 5 14 .

  • 7JV (v of foil.; mng. dub.; Ar. S3 drive

in peg, be firm (of peg), is appar. denom.) t"W n.f. D,23 » peg, pin (NH id.; Ar. lf } ) —IIJJ Dt23 14 -rot.; cstr.lJV J U 4 !I i6 14 (where c. art. but v. Ges >m ' B - 4a ); pi. TftQ[ Ex 38 20 ; cstr.nhrt^2 7 M -i-4t.; sf. ^n'TriM is 54 2 ; vri'iri; Ex27 ,, is33 20 ; rW$X& EX39 40 ; 00*^1 Nu3 w 4 W ; — pin, peg, esp. a. tent-pin Ju 5 M 4 21 ; *UV %kn v 22 ; rd. perh. also Jb 4 21 (fig.; cf. 11. "V}?)-, oft. of tabernacle Ex 27 19 " 35 1818 38 203 ' 1 ' 31 ; Vnn<D 39 *>, c f. NU3 37 4 s2 (all P); of Zion under fig. of tent IS33 20 54 s ; fig. of ruler as support of state Zc 1 o 4 . b. a peg for hanging Ez 15 s ; so fig. of Eliakim IS22 2324 ; of secure position Ezr 9* (cf. Ar., v. Thes Hi Hariri m Dor -, iUjiH ojU of a king), c. for digging Dt23 14 (= spade), d. the^n'n or stick used in beat- ing up the woof in the loom Ju i6 l4a , vid. GFM PAO S .octi*».ci«Ti.«. ; jn 3-,^ n|W vbj del nn , n (Id ""and in Comm. ad loc.) W Jb39 8 , v. Tin. v. rbn. nbr> niT 1 (assumed by Thes as -J of foil.; cf. Ar. .jj beat with a club, chastise ; iL i.' ; . 1 * club ; Ba NB294 der. nniD as loan-word fr. As. tartahu= club (or javelin, cf. D1 HWB630 )). T nniD n.m. name of a weapon, perh. olub, maoe (or dart, javelin; || J^T3); — Jb4i 21 . D/V (•v / of foil.; cf. Ar. 12, ':j be alone, bereaved, Aram. adj. and subst. »£*, X D??! = Din>; vid. Lag BN3 ° Ba NB194 ). TQin"' n.[m.] orphan (NH id.; Aram. NOJX, JjifcJ; Ph. D1V; Ar. l^jj pupil, orphan) — Din^Ex22 21 +29t.; pi. D'trtn^ v a + 8t.; sf. ynh) j e 49"; VDh; is 9 16 ; voirvp ,/, 109";— orphan, i.e. fatherless (|| '"iJOpN) Ex 22 a |> 109 9 La5 3 (|| 3K ]>H) ; Jb2 4 9 V109 12 ; prob. also EX22 21 Dt 10 18 14 29 16 1114 24 171920 - 21 26 1213 27" V. 9 4 6 1 46 s Je f 2 2 3 Zc 7 10 Mai 3 5 (in all these, mentioned as helpless, exposed toinjury, || HJDpK and 13); similarly, || n3D.bK Jb22 9 24 s 29^ 31 </<• 68 6 Is i 17 - 23 9 16 10 2 Je4 9 u Ez 22 7 ; without rUD&K Ho 14 4 Jbe 27 31 21 f io 1418 Pr23 10 Jes 28 (in no case clear that both parents are dead). TnOrP n.pr.m. one of David's valiant men, called '3Kten 1 Ch n« ® (l><fya; ®L t6aft. |J"P (vof foil.; cf. Ar. J^J 6e perpetual, never- failing, esp. of water, * jlj a permanent thing: Ph.DJnN rrv CIS I - , - 86A ;'w P8BA1886(ix) 7 ). f 1. ]JT , M, ]rN adj. perennial, ever-flow- ing, fig. permanent, as subst. steady flow, permanence; — abs. J1TX Gn49 M + 8 t.; jn^Jb 33 19 ; sf.iJn^Exu 27 ; pi. DWKJbiz"; DW 1 K 8 2 Mi 6 s ; (in form, an 'elative,' Ew }le2b =: Arab, compar. and superl.); — 1. ever-flowing (opp. 3J3K), fri , N ?TXS Am 5 24 an ever-flowing wfidy, Dt 2 1 4 (v. Dr); as subst. in iri'N T~T} ■^ 74 15 rivers of steady flow ; as subst. also Ex I4 27 (J), the sea returned fanW to its steady flow, DWNH rrv ,K8' month of steady flowings= 7th mo., Oct.-Nov. (post-Bibl.Tisri). 2. fig. permanent, enduring W1 ffl'X '13 Je 5 10 , i. e. a nation whose numbers never dwindle or fail, imperishable, '» VDS5? 3 ,- l1 Jb 33" Kt the strife of his bones is constant, Gn 49 s4 his bow abode 't*3 as an enduring, firm, one, 1?|^iO 'K Nu 24 21 (II J^fJ Q^), jn^ ny j e 4 9 19 =5o 44 an jJ-PN

J-P abode of permanency (of Edom, and Babylon, suddenly depopulated by foe, figured as lion) ; }*"IK HD1J3 D'JJVNn Mi 6 2 ye ever-enduring ones, the foundations of the earth (but rd. prob. with We W^Xn), Jb 12 19 s&D) EMJVK he subverteth them that are firmly seated (i.e. men estab- lished in hereditary offices or dignities). Very uncertain is Pr 13 15 jn'X CHas Tp/i, perh. firm, hard, rugged (Ew De Hi Now : ace. to Str. the text is corrupt). fir. jrW n.pr.m. a wise man i K5 11 (where called *rqj^n) named with JO*?!, ^J, m/H; c f. 1 Ch 2 6 (where these 4 with not are rnj *JB); also 2 s 6 s7 ; called ^plf 6 W = 1'TB*ip-ja 15", where, and v 19 , named as Levit. singer with WQ and «|DK ( q . v .; |WT for |rM? in this group iCh 25 16 2 Ch5 12 35 15 , v. pniT); •TfJI^J jn^i) V' 89 1 (title). ^jrv'v. ron. TprY] n.pr.loc. (etym. dub.) city in the Negeb of Judah Jos 15 23 (foil, by f v 24 ), ©A 10m(up, ©L Idvav, Z€i<f> ; site unknown. [ )jH ] vb. remain over (NH id.; Aram. ~W., »£I id.; Zinj. "in 11 n. rest, remainder; Eth. <0*t*& As. [a<<2«t], remain over, in der. conj., D1 HWB ; in Sab. ini CIS "•"'■"••' n ; esp. n. "Wl as epithet of king = noble one, and as n.pr. Dim Mordt 2 " - 1876 ' 57 - 292 DHM ZMG.1883.U dgir.it. Ar . J=j i s mafe W - M?fej make to be one, or an odd number) — tQal Pt. ini>n 1 S 1 5 ,s the remainder^. Niph. be left over, remain over ; Pf. "VnO Ex io 15 + 8 t., etc.; /my/.W 2 K 20" + 2 t.; Ha W Zc 13 8 ; ">W1 Gn 32*+ 2 t.; "H3UJ 1 K 19* ",' etc.; Pu -irrio 1 S2 26 + i7t., inb Ex i2 10 ; fs. rnnh Lv 2 3 + 3 t.; mpl. B*l$fa J u 8 ,0 + 24t., etc. ;'— be left over, remain (over), abs. Ex io I5 (J), Jos n 11 ' 22 (D), Ju 9 6 Is i 8 30" 1 K 18 22 2 K 20 17 = Is 30 6 ; sq. ^ai" be left alone Gn32 2S (J), so 1 K 19 1014 ; sq. IP be left from ( = of) 2 S 13 30 Ex 29 s4 Nu 2 6 <a (both P), + 106"; pt. sq. JO J u 8 ,0 + iot. P,

K 9 20 = 2 Ch 8 7 , Zc i 4 M 1 Ch 6 46 ; sq. j 6e /«/* 

(surviving) to, 1 S25 34 2S9 1 , of those belonging to Gn 44 20 ( J ; iBN j> 1^) ; sq. 3 be left in ( = of)

S17 12 Josi8 2 (JE), also pt. Lv 8 32 14 19 (P), Ez 

48 15 15 ; oft. sq. 3 loc. Am 6 9 + 1 1 1.; sq. n'3 in the houseofJe2f x ; sq. pxn Vtfby Ez 39 14 (pt.); sq. nnjjt = be left behind (of sons) 1 K 9 21 =

Ch 8 8 ; sq. DB> + ^SN Dn io 13 / was left over 

there beside the kings (i. e. I had nothing more to do; cf. VB); elsewh. pt. abs., as adj. Gn 30 s6 (J), J0S17 26 (JE), Lvio" 14 27 18 J0S2I 526 - 34 (all P), Je 34 7 1 Ch6"- ,a 22 s0 ; assubst. Ju 21 716

S 30 9 Ex 28 10 29 s4 Lv 19 6 (all P), 1 K ao 30 - 30 

2K4 7 Ez34 18 48 21 2Ch 3 i 10 . t Hiph. Pf. "VnSn Ex 1 o 15 Is i', etc.; Impf. "tift Dt 28 s4 ; juss. yft* Ex 16 19 ; yfa 2 S 8 4 2Chi8 4 ; 3 fs. "Vini Ku 2"; 2 ms. juss. TTnTl Gn 49 4 ; 1 s. ■VniN EZ39 28 ; 3 mpl. Vinta Ex 16 30

K 4 44 ; 2 mpl. **$* Ex 1 2 10 + 2 1. ; Itnv. "Vita 

+ 79"; Inf. abs. ">nin 2 K 4" + 2 t. ; cstr. "Hpta Je 44'; — 1. a. leave over, leave Ex io 15 (J), Ru2 14 (obj.om.), v 18 2 K4 43 prrim {faK, v. infr.), v 44 (obj.om. in both), 2 Ch 3 1 10 ; "tirffi "f^ PJJ Try. Dt 28 s4 ; sq. obj.Tnk'+i' pers. Is i 9 ; obj.rrws? + ? pers. Je44 7 ; sq. f? jfrom (=0/), 2 S 8 4 = 1 Ch 18 4 , Nu 33 55 (P), Ez I2 1S ; +ny temp. Ex 12 10 i6 19M (all P), Lv 22 30 (H); +Q& loc. Ez 39 s8 . b. abs. leave a remnant Ez 6 8 (denom. fr. "^.I ?). C. save over, i. e. preserve alive yjf 79 11 . 2. «a:ceZ, «Aew pre-eminence Gn 49 4 (poem in J). 3. shew excess=^have more than enough Ex 36 7 (P ; vid. also 2 K 4 43 2 Ch 3 1 10 supr.); make abu'.idant Dt 28 11 30 9 (sq. sf. pers. + 3 rei). "WPr 12 26 , v. -nu. . "in" 1 n.m.' ■•■»«  • 16 remainder, excellence, exceos; — abs."W Ne2 ,6 +2t.; "WPr^ 7 ; cstr. "V% Gn 49 3 + 84 1. ; VIJ Is 56 12 (vid. Baer's note) ; sf.'nir is 44 19 ; mn^Ex 23" + 2 1. (not Jb 4 21 , q.v. sub 11. "^.); — 1. ta. remainder, remnant (with implied inferiority in number or quality), of crops, etc. Oyv Ex 23" (JE), their remnant, i.e. what they (the enemy) leave, so DJ3n "W Jo i 4 ; na-ixn tit v 4 ; ptyn yv v 4 ; nobsn yr fiy$f3'Rxio*(J); of vessels, onrrfsn D^'an -ut Je27 19 ; ofatreeIs44 ,9 (=nnNB'v 17 ); elsewh. of pers. Dt 3 u =Jos 12 4 3 12 (both D), Dt 28" Jos 2 3 12 (D), 2 S 2 1 2 2 K 25"= Je 52 1S , Ez 34 18 ; of a rescued remnant of Israel (Judah) Mi 5 s Zp 2" (|| rinse*), Zc 14 2 ; i«f? f%| B'liJn -ur 1 K 22 47 ; ons^n Djn nn» j e 36 9.9' 2 K 8 - gU ^ Je 52 15 t. b. remainder, rest, other part of people, elders, etc., 2 S io'°= 1 Ch 19", 2 S I2 28 1 K I2 53 Je 29 1 Hb 2 8 Ez 48 a ; sts. incl. a ma- jority Ju 7 6 1 S 13 2 ; of common people (opp. rulers) Ne 2 16 4 8U , cf. 6 1 ; of land Dt 3 13 Jos 13 27 (1^); of other inanimate things Lv 14 17 (P), Nu 31 32 (id.), of years Is 38' ; elsewhere in phr. Gg 2 -i/v '"O'l yv the rest of the affairs of, in summaries of reigns of kings of Israel and Judah iKn fl + 41 1. K Ch; H3T&? "VI 1 K 15 s3 ; V-m W

Ch 28* 1 2. a. excess, "UV riBb Pr 1 f a 

lip of excess = arrogant speech (see VB). b. in adv. phrases, "WJ 7? if/ 3 i 24 on <Ae basis of abun- dance= abundantly, as adv. accus. 1ND TJV Pita Is 56" great, in abundance, exceedingly, Dn 8 9 "T0 , "v^"H and grew great in excess, exceedingly (cf. ^!s-I much, ^o i_k»I more than), c. specif. what is over and above immediate necessities, abundance, affluence Jb 2 2 20 ^ 1 7 14 . t3. su- >eriority, excellency W "WJ )W TITJ Gn 49 s . — On Jb 4 1 v. 11. "W. < fn. "in' 1 n.m. Jul6,T cord (prop, as hanging over or down; Aram. K")IV part of the intestines, 3; NJ11T ropes, )»VJ cord, rope, c^orrf of arc ; Ar. 'SI bow -string, lute-string; Eth. aJ^*C: sinew, cord; arf£: stretch bowstring, strain (eyes), be intent, eager, etc.) — *W ^ 1 i 2 + 3 1. ; sf. i-in? Kt Jb 30 11 (Ttf Qr) ; D"W Jb 4 21 ;—cord, for binding a man Ju 1 6 7 - 8,9 ; bowstring yjr 1 i 2 Jb 30" (ace. to Qr, opp. 20 a " > ; Kt = his cord, with which he reins in my assailants ; cf. Di Da). Jb 4 21 tent-cord Ew De Di KV; yet rd. perk D"irp their tent-peg, so 01 Hi Sgfr ( > AV their excellency, fr. 1. "W). fin. "Vl^ n.pr.m. (abundance; on form and mng. of this and the foil. n.pr. v. Lag BNS^ • ,98 ) — 1. father of Moses' wife Ex 4 18 ' (E ; prob. txt. err., elsewhere i"*nq. v.) 2. eldest son of Gideon Ju 8 20 , © U6tp. 3. father of Amasa 1 K 2 632 1 Ch 2", ® U6<p; =tor) 2 S 17 25 ® Io&p, p; ®L Irdrp. 4. men of Judah, ® Ifftp : a. 1 Ch 2 raJB . b. 1 Ch 4 17 . 5. a man of Asher 1 Ch 7 38 (=Htf v 37 ), © U6ip, A lc%, ®L [v 39 ] Efyav. t{OjT n.pr.m. father of Amasa 2 S 17 26 (v. ni. T "VV 3). tiTVP n.f. abundance, riches,— HB^ niff Isi5 7 = ri'B^ rniv J648 36 (on cstr. cf. Da Sintsa ) the abundance (which) he hath gotten. t YirP n.pr.m. father of Moses' wife Ex 3 1 t"nry adj. gent., alw. c. art. T^Q 2 S 23 s8 , ® KiOfipaios, etc.; V 38 , ® Ed&Kuot, ©L b&p; rd. perh. nwn Th Klo Kit Bu ; = 1 Ch 1 i 4040 , © H%>«, l€fl(f)pt, etc.; coll. 1 Ch 2 53 , © Ai&jXm/x, ©L E0pi.

-yij-p 

T^nV, "rp n.m. superiority, advantage, excess (late) (prop. Qal pt. of "ifp) — abs. "Vp Ec 7 16 + 2 1. ; in* Ec 2 16 + 4 t.; — superiority, advantage b-DSn-JO 031$ ">ni>-np Ec 6 8 what advantage Jiath the wise over the fool f prob. also neno "W 12 12 (as to) what is more than these (see VB); abs. 01$ 1&W 6"; V^ "tf {J*DB>n Ec 7 11 ; elsewh. adv. to excess, overmuch Ec*2 16 7 16 ; sq. fD (as oft. in NH),' l |BO "&> Est 6 6 wore ^aw me; '& m ^r ! ' =besides ilwt Ec 12 9 . TrnrY 1 n.f. appendage (term, techn. of P); — most prob. (fat) appendage, a (fatty) mass at opening of liver of sacrificial animal, ex- tending to kidneys (v. DiDr™"*'- 8 ""- 1 " 3 ' 4 );— nasn-bj? rrjnftj Ex 2 9 ,3 Lv3 4 - ,015 4 9 7 4 ; nasn-jo^n LvV ; cstr.iaan tqtf Ex2 9 22 Lv8 16 - 26 9 19 (allP). TTTVT] n.[m.] advantage, profit, only Ec; — abs. Ec i 3 + 4 t.; cstr. Ec 2 13 + 4 1. ; — advan- tage to (?) any one, 0}$ }^W Ec I s , i.e. what advantage hath a man ? 5 15 10 11 ; sq. JO compar. = advantage beyond, more than 2 1313 ; cstr. HB'iyn |^"UV 3 s advantage of (for) him that workelh; fl? |tVP 5 9 ; Oft |£fl 7 12 advantage of knowledge ; neon -VBbn jinn^ Ec io 10 an ad- vantage for giving success is wisdom ; abs. ek>&7 nnn itw ps Ec a n . tpn^ n.pr.m. 1. an Edomite Gn 36 M = 1 Ch i 41 , © l(t)dpav, etc. 2. a man of Asher 1 Ch 7 37 (v. in. "W 5), © etoa, A U6< P , ®L [v 38 ] Ifdpal/. t'VrVin n.pr.m. {abundance, superabund- ance) — a son of Heman, ace. to 1 Ch 25 428 (but on the ostensible list of names v. Ew ,274b •yy. Prol. 220 ; Hist. Isr. 219 JJg OTJO 224 1 2nd ed. 14S tnn^n n.: abundance, pre-emi- nence ; —1. abundance, plenty "into Pr 1 4 s3 2 1' (in both opp. lionp). 2. pre-eminence, supe- riority, ]*$ nonan-jt? D"jNn nnio Ec 3" the superiority of man over beast is nothing. t^iTTO] n.m. cord, string (cf. tt.***), oftent-cor^'int? Jeio 20 ; ^lH n,DIs 54 s ; specif, of cords of tabernacle, VWD Ex 39 40 Nu 3 26 ; D|jr«?*5 Ex 35 18 Nu 3 37 4 2632 (all P); of bow- slrings VWB t" 2iU - t^J!f» f "^n^ n.pr.loc. town in Judah (/ dub.);— W Jos 15 48 , © I(«)flfp; elsewh. "tjC, osnir

Levitical city Jos 2 1 14 (both P), ® Aikap, A ®L U6*p, 1 Ch 6 42 , ® [v 43 ] U6d ap , A 1,8, p; prob.= ■*C 1 S 30 s7 , ® IVflflop, A Kudtp; — ace. to Onom. = It Stipa, village 20 miles from Eleutheropolis, Lag ou„o..w i .i» i «i.2,p.i!6 8 . i dent ifi ed by R b B "'-«* (who, however, questions ' (y)= < ) Bd F * 1 - 5,lss with'4«lr, halfway between Hebron and Milh; so, 'perh.,' Buhl G • ' ^ ■*» 1 •• , cf. Di. '; this not certain, tDjnrP n.m. 6th son of David 2 S 3'= t : : • ° I Ch 3 s , ® l8(a)pap, Udpaap,, etc. inr!' 1 n.pr.m. an Edomite chief Gn 36 40 , ® I(/3«p= 1 Ch 1", ® U8rr j @ L in both U8,p.