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

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T Zdyin, seventh letter; used as numeral 7 in modern Heb.; no evidence of this usage in OT times. /tfT (-/of foil; ace. to Fl B»"*ta.«ch..a.d.w. UlM M 7)«r. = KWn OT SeMft«..ll.Mt J q Ar _ ^'j rfWw aioay, arwi despise, drive or frighten away, whence ^'i, Jilj, 3KT wo lf, as driven or chased away ; cf. Hom Nt!304 MV al.) fi. 2W n.m. ,,n6 wolf (XH id., Ar. jjj {jackal according to Horn 88303 *; but see B.S zmg is*, 373 an( j Douo-hty Arab ' De,erl * '• *" 1 »• '"• 1* 5 ) Aram, nan, )J,|j As. zlbu DI 847 ; Eth. HX-fl: %rca Di 1056 (on format, cf. Lag'"' 39 ); Ph. in cpd.u.pr. Dpa't) — 3«j abs. Gn49 27 +2t.; cstr. Je5 6 ; pl.D , ?K]Ez2 2 2 ' 7 ; cstr. , 3X}Hbi 8 Zp3 1 ';— wolf, never in narrative; in predictions of peace in Messian. age b'33 DV 3NJ 131 Is n 6 im-3 qrt> rba] 3N1 Is 6s 25 ';' in simile, of Benja- min's fierceness 129- a -I 3 ^ n 49 W J °f fierce horses of Chaldeans any 'aNtf? lin Hb I s (||DnC30 1-ip); of princes of Judah D'SSja HIP, ^t EZ22 27 ; metaph. of enemies of Judah Je 5 6 ni3")j; 3NJ (|| nns, lOJ) ; f corrupt and ojipressive judges 2"iy 'aK) n'BBJ? Zp 3 s fn. 1X^ n.pr.m. (i VO lf) — a. prince of nNT

rat Midian, Ju 7 M!B:S 8 3 f 83 12 ; also in n.pr.loc. 3Kp£ J u 7* wine-vat of Zeeb. Wikl pron.f. v. flj, ? (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. iLS (jo toAer awd thithet (of a man) ; lj Jj j make to dangle, or mow to and fro, of a thing suspended in the air; but in this sense perhaps denom.)

  • ^QT n.m.^ 10 ' 1 fly (as moving to and fro

in the air? cf. El NHWB L438b ; NH id., As. zumbu, Dl 863 '-; Ar. C&X Aram. N33H, )^J, JAi?) ; — lit. only T11D '30} Ec 1 o 1 i. e. dead flies ; so AV RV Hi Now al.'; >® De al. death- bringing, deadly flies; 313] metaph. of Egyptian army Is 7 18 (Hrnta"*, lee, of Assyrian); on ?5?3 313] v. ?S?3 II. 4, p. 1 2 7 supr. trat n.pr.m. (Palm. *3t Vog Ho -* (but this perh. =loricatus, cf. J>i) lorica); connex. with above V uncertain) — Jew in Ezra's time Ezr io 28 ; © Zafr>v(8); cf. also Ne 3 20 Kt (® Za/3ov etc., but Qr , 3!; v. »2J Ezr2 9 =Ne 7"). t[ IJf] vb. bestow upon, endow with (Ar. jj>'; Aram. 13], »aj fGnso 20 , jia) dowry; in Sab. n.pr.,v. sub "OJ infr.; also in Palm. n.pr. 13J13J Vog 73 and many others ("l», X13t, KV3J, NTIjm?, ^2n3T = Za&&@jkos, etc.) : see Euting Sochi Iusclir. aus Idillen p. 16 ^tS 131 TlX d^llPK '3131 Gn 30 20 * (E), appar. in expl. of name Zebulun, cf. Thes Di ; another expl. in v b , v. sub 73T. T"nT n.m. endowment, gift, Gn 30 20 * cf. foregoing. T12T n.pr.m. (he hath given, or, a gift; cf. Sab. n!pr. D13T Hal 168 DHM ZM0 ,883 ' ,6 , T3TDHM ipip.D«nk m .H) =J ^j. also NH npr T3r )_i. a descendant of Judah 1 Ch 2 s6 ' 37 . 2. an Eph- raimite 1 Ch 7 21 . 3. one of David's valiant men 1 Ch 1 1 41 . 4. one of the murderers of Joash of Judah 2 Ch 24 26 (® ZafrX, Za&<8, Za&a6), called "OTV (q.v. sub mn, IW) 2 K I2 22 . 6. name of three returned exiles who had taken strange wives : a. Ezr 10 s7 ; b. v 33 ; c. v 43 . TTQT n.pr.m. (bestowed) an officer of Solomon 1 K 4 s . i~T)21 n.pr.m. a returned exile Ezr 8 14 Kt; Qr "W3|, q.v. (B om.; A ZaPovS, i.e."»3J; ©L ZaKxpvp.

iTTUt Kt, rrtat Qr, n.pr.f. mother of 

Jehoiakim 2K23 36 nWTfO n'lBTn 0*3): fc» T I • TTJ ~ T J > (|| 2 Cb.36' om. MT); quite otherwise ©B 'Ua, daughter of 'E8«X; in A the names are EUa<j> & EitS&Xa ; © 2 Ch 36* Zc(k)x<0/m & Nijptiov • ©L (K & Ch) 'AfiiraX & 'Upe/iwv (confusion with Zedekiah's mother 24 18 ). t""»at n.pr.m. (cf. Ar. j$j y»yt; Igrt/Sl of' vid. Dr' 8 "" 5 - 81 " 1 - 6 *""-; perh. ?ny gift, gift to me: cf. Vl?!; in NH n.pr. Hat (*W] or ,,; !3] ?) ; NT Zf^Smoc, e.g. Mki 19 , 8 „W), Zebedee)—. 1 grandfather of Achan, of Judah (® Za/x/3p(«)t etc., ©L Za/38(<» Jos 7 1 (app. ="1»] 1 Ch 2 6 , © Za,#p(?)i) v 1718 . 2. a Benjamite 1 Ch 8". 3. an officer of David 1CI127 27 . 4. a Levite Ne 11 17 (om. B; A Zt^pt, ©L Ztxp") prob. rd. n=T, as || 1 Ch 9 15 . T^N^^T n.pr.m. (my gift is God — 1. father of one of David's officers 1 Ch 27 s . 2. a prominent Hebrew in Nehemiah's time Nen 14 . ^!TH2T , !"P"Q1 n.pr.m. ('1 hath bestowed, cf. 1?ji'"i;, & reffi, also i>NH3] supr.)— wn?] 1. Levites, a. 1 Ch 26 2 ; b. 2 Ch 17 8 . 2. an officer of Jehoshaphat 2CI119 11 . np3] 3. Benjamites, a. 1 Ch8 15 ; b. 1 Ch 8 17 . 4. one of David's men 1 Ch 1 2 8 . 5. an officer of David 1 Ch 27 7 . 6. a returning exile Ezr8 8 . 7. one of priestly house Ezr io 20 . J"7jT vb. slaughter for sacrifice (NH id., Ph. nit; As. zibu Dl Pr " 4 cf. Lotz TPm ; Ar. VTi, Sab. m= CIS lvI ' 2N °- 74 '-"' 12 ; Aram. rO]C*£i, Eth. H-Clthi) Qal n2 Pf. '» 1 K 8" 13 2 ; nrnt Ex 2 o 24 + 3 1., waj Ez 39 19 , WSJ Ex 34 15 Lv 17 5 , Drin3] Ex 8 24 , «n3] Ex 8 a ; Impf. nS]»1 Gn 3I M + 14't.; 2 ms. sf.Vaw Dt 15 21 ,

is. sf. DVBjni Ez 16 20 , 1 s. najK | n 6», 

n C?7? f 2f 54 8 Jon 2 10 ; 2 mpl. viajn Lv 19' + at, inlaw Lv 22 w + 2 1.; 1 pi. nn3]b'Ex3 18 + , etc. (6 1 1. Impf.); Imv. n3] ^ 50 14 ,' VOJ Ex 8 21 ^ 4 6 ; /n/ c«<r. 03] 1 S 15"+ 14 t., ntatb 2 Ch

1", taara 2 s 15 12 '; p«. ac<. ra* Ex 13"+ 8 1., 

rnii is'6o 3 , pi. D'naJ Lv 17*+ (20 t. Pt.)— X. slaughter for sacrifice 1. c. ace. of a. kind of sacrifice PUJ "I Gn 31"+, tnpB Dt 16 256 , + D^f Dt2 7 7 ' Jos8 31 , tnnin ^so 11 - 23 , Ififfo D'O^ty'l Ex20 24 (E). b. victims, (a) animals + JNX1 -J>2 1 K 8 ra Nu 22 40 , tipai |NX 2 Ch 18 2 , tn^-ian Ez 34 3 , torn *H^p| Ex 13 15 (J); ta , i> ,| Ki rjna i Chis 26 , nb'i -fc> Dt 17 1 ; (/3) mankind tn«31 D"33 f 106* Ez 16 20 , fD"IK TO! sacrificers of mankind Ho 1 3 s (so Ra AE Hi WU MV; men that sacrifice AV RV after Ki, so Pu Ew Ke Now Che SS). c. t D?!?*? rnjJin rat

Ex 8 2222 (E), tnneto Mai i». 2 . absolute i S l 5 4- oft. 3. c. ? of deity, t fi"!) Ju 1 6* + DTJJ0 Lv if (H), +0»Tb6 Dt 32" f io6 37 ;' otf(«r ^orfs Ex 34 15 (JE) + ; but usually niffi? Ex 3 18 +9 t. JE, Lvi 7 5 i 9 " 22 *> ( a n H , not elsewh. in P), Dti 5 21 i6 2 17 1 iSi 3 +; +*6*b v*t Gn 4 6' (E), trrbtb Vso' 4 , t«rn6 Mai

u . 4. with local prep. 3 Gn 3 1 54 (E) + , b$ 

Ex 20 24 (E)+ ; »Jb5> Lv 9 4 (P)+, nrfefl «» bv Lv 1 7 5 (H). II. slaughter for eating (connected also with sacrifice, as all eating of flesh among ancient Hebrews was sacrificial, ES 8 *"- 39 ) 1 S 28 24 (fat calf for Saul), Ez 34 3 (fat sheep for shepherds), 2 Ch 18 2 (sheep and oxen for Je- hoshaphat, c. ? of person) ; cf. Dt 12 15 v 21 (abs.), 1 K 19 21 . III. slaughter in divine judgment Ez 39 17 - 19 c. aec. TO} (Gog and Magog as feast for vultures), 1 K 1 3 2 2 K 23™ (priests of high- places on their own altars). tPi. 22 Ff. nay 2^33^ mar + Io6 * mat Ho 12 12 ; impf. nar Hb i 16 , vw Ho 4 13h ii 2 (7t. Impf.); Inf. cstr. nar!> IKI2 32 - Pt. naro j k 3 3 , p i. Dmarr? 2Cn5 6 +8t ' nina»D x K ii 8 ;— sacrifice, X. of the abundant sacrifices made to Yahweh by Solomon x K 8 5 = 2 Ch 5 6 , and Hezekiah 2 Ch 30 22 , and prob. intensive; but 2. elsewhere of sacrifice to other deities, possibly iterative in some cases, but certainly not in all : D^Va^ Hon 2 , fnirfiwb 1 K11 8 , D^;j£ 12 3* ( io-ir6 Hbx 16 , fWD "2SJ?^> + 106 38 , pm-n *£•£ 2 c'h 28 s , D^psrrb) 33 s2 ; or in unlawful places B*1™J •'E/K-r^y He- 4 13 cf. v 14 , $>a!«3 12 12 , ntoaa 1 k 3" 2 2" 2 K 12 4 14 4 15 436 , 16 4 = 2 Ch 2 8 4 . It is used without direct obj. Ho 4" and oft.; also c. ace. of victim ™ Ho 12 12 T$p fNSf 1 K 8 6 = 2 Ch 5 6 ; sons and daughters f 106 38 , OWE* mat 2 Ch 30 22 . Gn rot ^Im n -»- Jul6 ' B sacrifice, 'r abs. i M +; cstr. Ex 34 25 +; nar Lvi7 8 +i6t.; sf. mat Lv 7 16 Ez 34 15 , Dana? l v i 9 6 ; p i. O'nar Gn46' + ; cstr. mat Lvf + ; s f. 3 mpl D? n ?! Lv 17 6 , iomaj Dt 32™, Dnhat tHo 4 19 etc.; — the common and most ancient sacrifice, whose essential rite was eating the flesh of the victim at a feast in which the god of the clan shared by receiving the blood and fat pieces. In the older literature it is distin- guished from nmp an d nb), in the later litera- ture from nmn and DE/K. ft general name for all sacrifices eaten at feasts : — 1. of the God of Israel Gn 46 1 Ex io 25 18 12 (E) Ho 3 4 6 6

4 Ams 26 Is 1" i 9 2 » Dt^ 27 18 3 1S2 1329 3 14 6 15 

9' 2 , 1 ; I 5 22 ' 22 16 3 " 2 S 15' 2 1 K 8« i2« 2 K 5" 16" V 40 7 50 8 51 19 " Pr 15 8 2 1 3 - 27 Is 43^ S 6' Je6 V 2 ' 22 i7 26 33 18 Ez40«44" ,Ch2 9 2 '- 2 ' 2 Ch 4 ^ 2 Ne 1 2« Dn 9 " Ec 4 ' 7 . They should be P"3* "<]?. sacrifices of righteousness (offered in righteousness by the righteous) Dt 33 ' 9 f 4 «  5 1 21 ; 'anan ^nat sacrifices of gifts to me () H08 13 ; the temple is nar n'3 2 Ch7 12 - they should not be 3*] 'T rac ^ce S "of strife, 'where strife prevails Pri 7 >. 2. of other deities Ex 34 15 Nu 25 s Dt 3 2 38 (JE) Ju 16 23 2 K io 1924 Ho 4 19 Is 57? Ez 20 28 ; these are D'TO ^ar sacrifices to dead things (lifeless gods, opp. to '< as living) f 106 28 . II. there are several kinds of D'naj which are gradually distin- guished: tl. the covenant sacrifice, between Jacob and Laban Gn 31 64 (E), with God f 50 5 (cf. Ex 2 4 6 1 S ii 15 ). f2. the ■passover V nar npsn Ex 34 25 (JE), riDs nar Ex 12 27 (J) ; and prob. also TUT Ex 23 18 ( JE) = 34 s4 (id.) 1 3. annual sacrifice D'Om nar 1 S i 21 2 19 20 6 cf. nnsE't? 'T sacrifice of the clan 1 S 20 29 . +4. thank offering nnin(n) ' Lv 7 12 22 s9 f 107 22 116 17 , which is given as fo3"ijj 't, inat, natn Lv 7 1 ' 17 ; and as a variety of D^E? Lv 7 1316 - it is implied in nynn ^nat ^ 27 s ; yet nat is generic with nnin 2 Ch 2 9 31 - 31 . 5. in rituai of H & P Dmat are defined by &Eibv (q.v.) Lv3' + 3 9 t. Lv Nu, 1 S io 8 1 K 8 s3 2 Ch 30 22 33 16 Pr 7 14 , but sometimes (rarely) 'r alone is used in this sense, with or without suflix, where the meaning is plain from the context : Lv 1 7 5 - 7 - 8 1 9 6 2 3 37 (H) Nu 1 5 3S - 8 Jos 2 2 26 - 29 (all P). These ritual offerings are of three varieties min TJJ and na-1? Lv 7 12 ' 6 (P); in the several lists Q'nar are distinguished from nmn A1114 4 2 Cli 29 31 , from tamj Nu 15 8 (P) Dt i2 6u Jon i 16 , from nm Am 4 4f - Dt 12 6 and from the more comprehensive Qitt^ Nu 1 5 s Jos 2 2™ (P). So also the sacrifice at the institution of the cove- nant at Horeb Ex 24 s (JE) and the sacrifice at the installation of Saul 1S11 15 are defined as Wrbtf d'nar. Thus 'r seems not only to be used for all these special forms but also to in- clude other festal sacrifices not defined in the codes of law. The ritual was the same for the entire class. They were all sacrifices for feasts in which the flesh of the victim was eaten by the offerers, except so far as the officiating priests had certain choice pieces and the blood and fat pieces went to the altar for God. The sacrifice at the institution of the covenant at Horeb, the Passover victim, rat and the ram of consecration, were special, in that there was an application of a portion of the blood to the persons and things which were to be consecrated, Ex 12 3 24 s Lv 8 s3 . t6. the slaughter of hostile nations is also a l"QT offered by God Himself, in which the vul- tures devour the flesh of the victims Is 34 s Je 46 10 Ez 39 17 ' 719 Zp i 7 - 8 . 7. the verb used with n31 is ordinarily H3T but others also are found e.g. fTifl Nu 6 17 15 s - 68 Jos 22 s3 (P) 1 K 12 s7 2K5 17 io 24 Je 3 3 18 (cf. Sab. run <DJ> Hal 148 DHM 2 " 01888 ' 374 ); t**38 Am 4 4 Dti2 611 Jeif 6 , t^tTI Am 5 s5 , t^-ipn Lv 7" 16 22 21 (all P), t"13» Isi 9 31 , tins Ec4 17 , rnj is rb)s rbv; Lv if (H), 1 ^ty? Ez 4 6 24 , ruwrn nbiyn-riK't2ne> Ez

42 cf. 44 11 . 

< tn. I"DT n.pr.m. a Midianite king Ju8 567 - io.i 2 . 12 ..5.i5.i8. 21 » 1 ^ 83 i 2j @ Zfj3 „ n2TQ n.m. JO!22 ' 10 altar (Ar. ISii, »Zace - •• : • 401 ■ C' of slaughter, trench made by torrent, Sab. nano DHM Et " grDenkm - 24 ); 'o abs. 2 K 18 22 + 223t., nnaiDn Ex 29 I3 + 31 1.; cstr. nap Ex 20 24 + 76 1., sf. "najp Ex 2o M + 7 t, yrmp i K 8 31 + 3 1., ira]0 Dt33 10 ; inatD j U 6 sl + 2 1.; pi. nnajr? Nu23 A ' + 5t., ninaro 2 k2i 3 +23t,, sf.T0i n ?|P ■^ 84 4 , other sfs. 21 t.; — 1. JE narrate that altars were built by Noah after leaving the ark Gn 8 20 ; by Abraham at Shechem 12 7 , Bethel 12 8 , Hebron 13 18 , mt. in land Moriah 22 9 ; by Isaac at Beersheba 26 25 ; by Jacob at Shechem 33 20 (yet this perh. mistake for rasp, being obj. of DK^asfM, not elsewhere with naTD, cf. also Di), at Bethel 35 7 , by Moses at Rephidim Ex 17 15 , Horeb 24 4 , by Balak at Bamoth Baal, Pisgah, & Peor Nu 23 i.i4.». by j osnua on Mt. Ebal Jos 8 30 : the prophetic histories narrate that altars were built by Gideon at Ophra Ju 6 24 ; by a man of God at Bethel Ju 21 4 ; by Samuel at Bamah 1 S 7 17 ; by Saul after Michraash 1 S 14 36 ; by David on the threshing floor of Oman 2 S24 26 = iCh 2 1 18 , 1CI1 22 1 ; that Solomon sacrificed on the altar at Gibeon 1 K 3 4 and built altars in the temple at Jerusalem 1 K 6 20 8 M ; that Jeroboam built an altar at Bethel 1 K 1 2 32 (which was destroyed by Josiah 2K23 16 ); and that Elijah repaired an ancient altar on Car- mel 1 K 18 30 . An altar in Egypt is predicted Is 19". All this accords with the law of the Covenant code Ex 20 24 " 26 which recognises a plurality of altars and prescribes that they shall be built of '"ID7-> or 0I " unhewn stones, and without steps. So'D»?M« Dt 2 f ( JE), tfjjtj

roto 

rtD^f Jos 8 3 ', and twelve stones 1 K 18 s0 - 52 ; cf. Is 27". The altar was also a place of refuge Ex 2 1 14 (JE) 1 K i 60 - 51 2 28 . 2. D prescribes one central altar Dt I2 6f - 27 ; but no attempt to enforce this principle appears before Hezekiah (2 K i8 422 ), and Josiah, whose reform is more effectual, 2 K 23 8 " 20 . . 3. P limits sacrifices to the altars of the tabernacle. A great altar was built E. of the Jordan, but it was according to P only as an "IJ? after the pattern of the altar before the Tabernacle Jos 22' " 34 . P describes two altars : a. the flbjn nail? Ex 30 28 31 9 35 1 "

1 40 6 - 10 - 25 Lv4 710 - 25 ' 25 - 30 - 34 =nB'n3n td EX38 30 
39 , made of acacia wood plated with brass, 

5x5x3 cubits in size, with four horns and a network of brass, on which all sacrifices by fire were made EX27 1 - 8 38 1 - 7 ; b. rrjbp "iBpO "a made of acacia wood plated with gold, 1x1x2 cubits in size, with four horns and a crown of gold Ex3o'- 6 =mDpn'D EX30 27 31 8 35" 37 2i = anrn '» Ex 39 s8 40 s ' 26 Nu 4 »=Ein3Bri mop 'd Lv 4"; these altars are named elsewhere only in Chr. 1 Ch 6 34 16 40 21 29 2 Ch i 5 . Solomon made two altars for the temple at Jerusalem : a. nETljin IS for the court 1 K 8" (which was laid aside by Ahaz 2K16' 415 , who made an altar after the model of one he saw in Damascus 2 K 16 11 ); in v 14 'Ifl naiBn (cstr. form c. art.) is erron., rd. prob. l"l31Jp cf. Ges HW.4«adfln.. tnig altar> accor( ji n g to Chr, meas- ured 20x20x10 cubits 2CI14 1 ; this rUTD nETu(n) also 7 7 & Ez 9 2 ; =ni>iyn 'D 2 Ch 29 18 , repaired by Asa 2 Ch 1 5 s ; b. an altar of cedar, plated with gold, in the temple before the 1 , 3' 1 t

K 6 20 - 22 7 48 ; = anrn 'd 2 Ch 4 19 ; = rnbjpn "a 
Ch 28* 8 2 Ch 26 16 . 5. Ezekiel plans two 

altars for the new temple : a. a table of wood 3x2 cubits Ez 4 1 22 ; b. an altar for the court, prob. same dimensions as 4 a, with stairs Ez 43 13 " 17 . 6. after the return Jeshua built an altar on the ancient site in the court of the temple Ezr 3 s . 7. besides these altars used in the worship of Yahweh, Ahab built an altar to Baal in Samaria 1 K 16 32 ; Ahaz made an altar on the roof of the upper chamber, and other kings of Judah made altars in the two courts, all of which were destroyed by Josiah

K 23 12 . 8. the ancient and most common 

term for making altars was HJ3 Gn 35' (E) 8 20 (J) Dt 27 s - 6 Ex 3 2 6 (JE) + , implying build- ing material; other vbs. are Q^PO 2 S 24 18 1K16 32 2K21 3 1 Ch 21 18 2 Ch 33 3 ; pan Ezr3 3 (sq. irtfop^y) ; D^ Jen 13 ; -3£1 Gn 33 20 (but cf. 1);' Nu 23 4 (E) has 1f3| arrange, ■at

S prepare; r&V Gn 3 5 1!1 Ex 20 24 (E) Gn 13 4 (J) Ju 22 s8 i K i2 33 i8 26 ; this becomes usual in P, Ex 27 1 30 1 37 s5 38 1M , so 2 Ch 4 119 7 7 2 8 24 . 9. the dedication of the altar was rutDfl J"l3?n Nu 7 '°"«*> 2 Ch 7 9 ; it was anointed with oii n* Ex 40'° Lv 8 U Nu 7 10 (all P). 10. removal of unlawful altars is expr. by fOj Ex 34 13 (JE) Dt f Ju 2 2 6 30 - 31 - 32 2 K 1 1 18 23' 215 ; W (Pi) Dt 12 3 2 Ch 31 1 34 47 ; fWO Ju 6 s8 ; Din Ju6 25 1K19 1014 ; 13E> 2CI123 17 ; "I'DH 2 K i8 22 =Is 3 6 7 , 2 Ch 14 2 30" 32 12 33 15 . 11. ministry at the altar was '&0 JTICB'p Nu 18 5 Ez 40 46 , cf. Nu 3 3 ' (P), '» Vtyjfa Jo i 13 ; b)3 "IOJ? is said of officiating priest 1K13', ->y i"6y Ex 20 26 1 S 2 s8 1 K 1 2 s3 + (cf. TV Lv 9 s ) ; sacri- fices were usually offered p3?t3n~;>y Gn 22" Dt 1 2" + ; v. especially the phrases with p!J Ex 29 >«.a> + (v. pir); "Mp?n Lv4 10 (v. lap Hiph.); n^n Lv 6 3 + (v. p6j) Hiph.) iy:6 Ne io 35 ; but'natBl Gn 8 20 (J) Nu 23 2 - 414 - 30 '(E); one touching the altar is 183 yjjfcl Ex 29 s7 (P); 'DH ^3? of placing, or standing before altar Dt 26 4 1 K 8 M ; as acc.loc. nnaTBn in phrases esp. c. "PB^I Ex2 9 13 + , and r6yn Lv 14 20 . 12. the horns of the altar were especially for the application of the blood of the sin-offering in the ritual; sin is represented as graven D3/nin3tt? ni:n ; p_b Je 17 1 ; therefore of blood for cleansing it was said t' '" 1 l"ll3ip pV fDJ Ex2 9 12 Lv 4 718 - 25 - 30 - 34 8 15 9 9 16 18 (all P). An ancient custom is referred to, if- 1 1 8 s 3HTIDN naiDH n»np-ny Q-rayibind the festal victimwith cords, unto the horns of the altar : Ainsworth paraphrases : ' that is, all the court over, untill you come even to the homes of the altar, intending hereby many sacrifices,' so De; but Che ' bind the procession with branches, (step on) to the altar-horns,' that is in sacred pro- cession round the altar. 13. the 1iD^ (q. v.) is also referred to in the ritual of the sin- offerings in the phrases "TID* 7K pXJ Lv 8 15 9' & TfB< btt i]SB> Ex 29 12 Lv 4 7 - 18 - 26 - 30 - 34T (all P) nXB? •BO* bit Lv 5 9 . 14. the altar was BfhiJ trip Ex 29 s7 40'° (P) ; but repeated sin-offerings were necessary to keep it pure and cleanse it from the pollution of the people in whose midst it was situated. This is expressed by mn Lv 8 IS (P) Ez 43 s2 ; "IBS Lv 16 2033 (P) Ez 43 s6 ; KHp. Ex 29" 40 10 Lv 8 16 Nu 7 1 (P); ino Ch2 9 18 . "•SI v. sub 33f. TN3' , 3T n.pr.m. (bought; Aram., fr. •/[?], buy, cf. BAram. Dn 2 8 ) — name of one who had taken a strange wife Ezr io 43 . t[7jf] vb. prob. exalt, honour (As. zaidlu COT G,OM and id. on Gn 30 s0 1 K 8", cf. DF' 62 '- so De; Ph. n.pr.f. ia?t6jn(prob.= Baal has exalted) cf. ?3rK p. 33 supr.; cf. Ar. Jj- take up and carry ; > No ZM0 1886, 729 , who connects these vbs. with Syr. ^JLoo bear, carry, cf. Heb. ^>3D)_Qal Impf. ^K *}£») Gn 30 wb (J), my husband ivill honour me (in expl. of name Zebulun (v. infr.); on another appar. expl. in v a cf. 131) ; > AV al. dwell with me, cf. Thes KobGes who derive dwell with fr. an assumed mng. be round (cf. in); and others (cf. MV *• 9 ), who derive dwell as denom. from ?3] in sense dwelling. fi. si] n.[m.] elevation, height, lofty abode (NH feaj temple) ;— ^ ^3T JT3 W» 133 1 K 8 13 = 2 Ch o 2 (poet. ; prob. from book of Jashar, cf. © We 00 """- 271 Dr In,r182 ; on T&fWS, = As. bit zabal, lofty house cf. COT 1 K 8 13 Dl Pr6af ); b bap ^Nf nibi) ^ 49 15 text dub.; Ew Hi Ri Now rd. bisp (or bi3}0, Ew) as n. ^dwelling; Che prop, for Sott?, 1 ofyv 1 ?] Che cnt.„.. -,^ Igj Is 63 15 (|| dW) thehigh abode of thy holiness (cf. Che """•); of the lofty abode of sun and moon : fl?3t lOV m* t^B* tv.: - t — — r v •.• Hb 3 ». fn. ^3T n.pr.m. an officer of Abimelech J u q28.30.36.36.38.41 "l"]7^1t, pQvl n.pr.m. Zebulun (on expl. of name given in E and J cf. 121, b3T); — i?'3t Gn 49 13 + 25 t. ; fto) Ju 5 18 + 17 t. ; |W3] Ju i 30 ; — 1. sixth son of Jacob and Leah Gn 30 20 35 23 46" 49 13 Ex i 3 1 Ch 2 1 . 2. the tribe of Zebulun Nu i 9 Dt 27 13 33 1918 Ju i 30 4 10 .14.18

Ez 4 8 26 1 Ch 12 3441 27 1

Ch 3 o 1118 ; 

cf. '. , 1.W'68 28 ; 1 "W Ez 4s 33 ; '1 »JS Nu i 30

7 7 24 2V 6 Jos I9 10 -' 6 Ju 4 6 ; 1 ntSD Nu i 31 2 7 

I3 io. /j .ja n^p Nu I0 is 34 » 3 terr i tor y f the tribe '. H? Ju 12'% '1 "fH* Is 8M > ' T ^ 3 ? Ez 48 s7 ; also '» alone Jos 19 2734 2 Ch 30 10 ', 1 rtt?p Jos 2 i 7M iCh6 4862 . t^Sttl adj. gent. Ju 12 1112 ; c. art. = n. coll. the Zebulonites Nu 26 27 . HIT, J^T (appar. -/of foil.; X NH JU, ri is be clear, bright, transparent (ChWB Jastr 391 *); others (so Thes) derive foil, from -n/jjT with same meaning, v. infr. & Fl NHWB 1Kob ). s 2 at TJrt n.[m.] name of some comparatively insignif. product of vine (f*H fB3), the eating of which was included in prohibition to Nazi- rite ; skin of grape, so Thes (after Onk Mishna Maaser. 5 * 4 , Orla 1 ' 8 , cf. Sifre ad loc.) : ba* tib Jpjn. ttfrpS Nu 6 4 (NH », SW ; so called as transparent? cf. Aram, MVaut, )k»^ci^) ^/aas, NH 33] glazier (Ar. 4-t-^j </fo«s, is a loan-wd. ace. to Fra 84 ); cf. theory of vin Lag G "* Alh - « Fl Kc - : but in Heb. glass is lT3i3t). "It, 0*Tt v. sub VT. ("IT demonstr. pron. and adv. ; fem. J1NT, once riTUft, Jer 26 s Kt (also nt and if, q.v.); comm. tt (q-v.): this, here (the element f = i = j is widely diffused in the Semitic languages, as a demonstr. particle, often acquiring, like Engl, that, Germ, der, die, das, the force of a relative. Thus a. Ph. J this (e.g. T "Op this grave), also sts. ]T, f. Xt, comm. tX (v. CIS I.i. I 45612 44 1 88 2 etc.); Aram, of Nineveh, Babylon, Tema, Egypt, *| as mark of the genit. [lit. that of] (CIS II. i. 1, 2, 3, 4, etc., 65, 69-71, 113, 114, 141, 142, etc.), rut this(ib. 113™ 145 C ! ), f. Xt H3 15 i45 B'; Aram, of Zinjirli t, ft, Hit this, n which (DHM SendKh - M ) ; Eth. If: ze, </ws, f. H: za, H: za, w>Ao (masc), also (like and *}, "^ [v. infr.]) in common use as a mark of the genitive ; b. Arab. 1 j this, fem. (^i, .i (gen. Ui, ace. li, fem. ui>li), possessor o/(lit. <A«< o/. . ., i.e. one who owns), or in the Tayyite dialect, who, which: from li, with U Zo/ prefixed, lili ifa's, f. sili, with the pron. element -h affixed, ia)li = this : with 'a? (= the art.) + a demonstr. element la prefixed, (^jJI who, which (in origin = Heb. ntpn this, q.v.) ; Sab. p this, f. HI, T wAo, which, f. rn (Pra ZMG1872 - 419 , DHM 21 " 3 - 1883 ' 3381 , also Epl|!rI> "" ,m - 65 ); c. BAram. ^ w/11'cA, 1R, H*, "51 (q.v.) ^s, f. «1 (=n^t), ir?; Palm, and Nab. H which, mi this; Z 1 which, PJ, '?n </ms, f. XT; with xn to/ prefixed, pTA, X"in (Syr. .a Uoi, contr. from «?ot), J}«; Syr. ? w/to, which; Sam. ^ wjAo, which, ^^ </tt«, f. 5^; Mand. 1 who, which, nl this (rare), more commonly pxn, pxn (No Mlnd ! ^ a ). Alike in Heb. and the other dialects, the corresp. plur. is derived from a different source: Heb. n^X, Ph. i>x, Eth. 'ellu, 'ella, tliese, 'ella, wlu>, Arab, ^jl, tliese, M, ^Jj! owners of, Sab. pX </(««e, bti, '7X te/io, which,

m 

Aram. P.?X, with XH /o/ prefixed, ^£«, Sam. tfirZ/f-, Mand. fb]l. Only the Arab, (^jjl forms its own pi. ^j.p. V. further W 8Q 107 »)— 1. standing alone : a. this one, sts. contempt- uously (esp. with DX), Gn 2 s3 n$x tog nxtS nxrnnjj 1 ? b»xd ^, 5 M . . . upnr rn, 12 12 3s 28 Ex io 7 typtob «b nt njrrj 'no ny, i S io 27 no llj laycn* how shall (Aw man save us? i6 8,9 2 1 16 that ye have brought >Trn$ this fellow to play the madman against me? 25 21 in vain have I kept nib ns>tp3-nx all that this fellow hath etc. 2 S 13 17 nx^-flX, 1K22 9 ntTiX, Mi 5 4 Is66 2 ; asagenit., Gn29 2728 iK 21 2 ; withacoZ- lective force Lv 1 I 4 - 9 (= Dt 14 7 '), v 2L29 Ju 20 1<u7 (nrP3), Jb 19" (with a plural verb). In a purely neuter sense (of an act, event, announce- ment, etc.) nxt is most common, as with Twy to do this Gn 3 14 20 66 45 19 and oft., nxt lyOB' Am8 4 Is 47" 48 M6 51 21 al.; Gn4i 39 Ex 17" Dt 32° Ju 7 14 2 1 3 nx"t nrvn ... nob ( c f. Jb i 13 ^nS 23 ) 1K11 39 2S7 19 2K 3 18 +; nX"t PX 1 S 20 2b cf. Am 2 11 ; rarely so with "DX tJos 22 24 Je 9" if-g2 7 ; as an accus. of limit., as regards this, in this, Ez 20 27 36 s7 Jb 19 26 (si vera 1.), 33 12 in this thou art not just; (late) nx"t nnx t Jb 42 16 Ezr 9 10 , nxrb 'x t2Ch2i 18 35 20 ; pointing forward to a foil, clause, Gn 42 18 43 11 Nu8 24 14 36 Is 56 2 Jb io 13 etc.; Ex 9 16 1 S 25 31 Is i 12 D2"l>p nxt E*i53 »p

nsn Db"l; to one introduced by "3 2 S 19 22

^io2 19 H9 60 - 66 (see also nx'T3 6 b 0) : but W also sts. occurs similarly Ex 13 8 Pr 24 12 Jb 15 17 Ne 2 2 Ec i 17 2 15 bin m D3 (so v 19 - 21 - 23 -!-), 7 18 -' 8 ; of a concrete obj., Ex 30 31 2K4* 3 nt (FIX TO ^X nxt? ""pab : in late Heb., Ne 13 6 Hf^S during all this, 2 Ch 32 s1 HJ inX; pointing forwards La 5 ,7t -, to "3 f 56 10 Je 22 21 . (See also below, 6 g.) b. repeated HJ . . . nt, this . . . that, the one . . . the other or (if indefinite) another, Gn 29 s7 C"IXT), Ex 14 20 nt bx nt 31|5 ^|i iK 3 s 22 20 Is & 44 s (3 t.), V' 75 8 B*^ nti b**j£ nt, Jb i 16 - 18 2i 2325 + . . In appos. to a subst. : a. preceding it (rare) Ex 32 123 ne»» nt, Ju 5 6 (=^ 68 9 ) W "J (Ai* Sinai, Jos 9 12 ^Dn? nt <Ais our bread, 1 K 14 14 2 K 6 s1 Is 23" by? nt, ^ 34 7 49 14 104 26 '31 ?nj D'n nt </«'« sea there is great and broad, 118 20 Ct 7 8 Ezr 3 12 . (Cf. It Hb i».) b. following it: — (a) when the subst. is deter- mined by a pron. affix, Gn 24 s nxt ftipOp, this my oath, Dt 5 16 O that nt D33p this their nt

rrr heart (their present temper) might continue always! 21 20 Jos 2 1420 OJ ttiyj, Ju 6" go nt iqba in this thy strength, Dn io 17 2 Ch24 18 . (Cf. n?X, a.) Rarely when it is undetermined, 2 K i 2 nt >?n (go 8 8 - 9 ), V 80 15 . (/3) with the art., njn, n^tn, after a suhst. determined also by the art., Gn 7 1 ntn nna, v 13 ntn Di»n, 12 7 ntftn pan, 15 7 17 2123 ' Dt 4 6 nm ^nan wi, and continually. Not however after a n.pr., except such as are construed with the art., as ntn ftTSJ Gn 32" Dt ■f 31' Jos i 2U 4 B , ftah Pjn Jos i 4 , cf. Nu 27 12 =Dt32 49 (2 K 5 20 ntn belongs to BINn) ; and hardly ever (2 Ch i 10 ) after a noun with a pron. affix (Jos 2 17 ^riJQtJ'O ntn the gender of nm shews that the text is in error: v. Dr' 20906 '). . More oft. as pred., as 1 S 24 17 HI ^pipn, 2 K 3 a HJ D'l this is blood, 9 37 6^M ntf't, Ez 5' etc.; nrn Isi4 16 , ntftn 2 3 7 1*2"; oft, at the beginning or close of enumerations (esp. P), descriptions, injunctions, etc., as Gn 5 1 ^D fit this is the book . . ., o 12 nnan rflK n«t, 17 10 20 13 HEij? ^j|n -ib*k •j'lDn nt, Lv 6 21318 y ul Dt 6' 33 1 J0S13 2 Jb2 7 13 Is 58 s etc.; . . . -&a "Din m Ex i6 ,6 35 4 Jos5 4 JU20 9 21 11 Is 27 s Je 38 21 + , cf. . . . "1B>X nt <At's is what (or how) . . . Gn 6 15 EX29 38 Je 33 16 ; nisri ^ nj Ex 3 12 iS2 34 + ; at the end, Lv 7 37 n 46 '^ 60 ' Nu 5 21 7 17 - 23 etc., Jos it, 8 - 16 - 23 etc., Is 14 26 16 13 (. . . l^S -o-in nt), 17 14 54" Je 13 25 f 109 20 Ct 5 1616 Jb 5 27 , T in the latter case sts. with the force of such (i. e. such as has been described), 18 21 20 29 (cf. n?K ifr 73 12 ), ^ 24 s 48^ stick (=such a one) is God, our God, for ever (Hi De) Zp 2 15 ; cf. Jb 14 3 nfV»W upon one such as this (v Lf ) dost thou open thy eyes] . It is attached enclitically, almost as an adv., to certain words, esp. interrog. pronouns, to impart, in a manner often not reproducible in Engl, idiom, directness and force, bringing the question or statement made into close relation with the speaker. (Contrast from this point of view nt '•D and Nin *0 : v. Kin 4 b.) Thus a. np« ]5 where, then? Jb 28 12 nj<3 Dipt? rtpj, v 20 ' 3 8 wb (v. other exx. sub HI 1 b, p. '32). b. npn, tiS^ 55 - 56 npi?-;a IDjyn the son of whom, here, is the lad? Je 49 19 ( = 5o 44 ) '31 T-W np nj <t?1 and who (emph.) is the shepherd that etc., La 3 37 ^ 24 s TlVto is the King of glory 1 (for which in v 10 the stronger nt SMn 'tp is said : so Je 30 21 Est 7°), 25 12 . Elsewhere, the rend. Who is this . . . is admissible: Is 63 1 Je 46 7 Jb 38 s 42 s ; cf. ntntf Ct 3 6 6"* 8". o. nrnp how, now? Gn2 7" Ju 18 s4 ^K Vltp^n nrnoi and how, now, do ye say to me ... t 1 K 21' 2 K i*; what, now ? (rlnort;) 1 S io" t^p"!?? "WJ nptD; nrnp"75? for what? Ne2 4 : contracted into njp Ex 4 2 . (Cf. Aram. P"TO why? ^.oo used as a conj. therefore, e.g. 2 S 18 22 @, PS 2013 : both formed similarly.) d. Jltfmo in the phrase (Dn^b^J, n'B^) n^ IW7TC Gn 3" 12" 26'° 29 s5 4 2 28 ' Ex I4» Jn 2 2 15" + . Either What, now, hast thou (have ye) done ? (Fl De) or What is this (that) thou hast (ye have) done? (The Arab, grammarians dispute on the precise construction of the corresp. phrase in Arabic v£*£li li U; D e °°*- *■*«*■*>, and esp. Fl"**"- 1 -" 4 Lane"' 948 .) e. npe? wherefore, now? Gn 18 13 25 s2 32 30 Ex 5** Nu n^+oft. Cf. Arab, li Ul. f. nt niwn t2S2 20 bwilW rfl RM«1 Art' thou Asahel? 1 K i8 717 , without n Gn 27 s4 ; in an indirect question Gn 27 21 . g. nt nan behold, here . . . ti K 19 s (in narrative), Is2i 9 Ct 2 89 . Cf. NUI3 17 (unusual) 3?3| nt vj go up here in the South, h. BJ nrijj, t i'k 17 24 *fV nj nriy note I know that . . . , 2 K 5 s2 justf new. Also i. prefixed to expressions denoting a period of time: Gn 27 s6 he hath supplanted me D^OJJB nt now two times (so 43 10 ), 31 38 now, already twenty years, v 41 (• • • ^nt), 45" Nu 1 4 s2 now ten times, 22 s832 CPpjn vhf % Dt 8 24 Jos 2 2 3 can tw nt, 2 S i4 2 +; Zc 7 3 'd , jb' niaa nt already how many years ! cf. Ru 2". . In poetry, as a relative pron. (rare: but see also % *t) : ty 74 s the hill of Zion 13 roae> nt wherein thou dwellest, 78 s4 104 8 nt Dlptrfo to the place (si. c. Ges s ,30 - 3 ) w/kcA . . . v 26 Pr 23 s2 Is 2^; — that which Jb 15 17 , i/iose w/w 19" (so once, Ex 13 8 , even in prose). In some of the passages cited the punctuators, by coupling nt with the preceding subst., and separating it from what follows by a disj. accent (as nt~in), appear not to have recog- nised its relative sense, but to have construed, ' this mountain, (which) thy right hand,' etc. . With prefixes (in special senses) : — a. 1J? U trt this (place), here, Gn 38 21 " Ex 24 14 Nu 23" 1 S i 26 9 n + ; of time, then, tEst 2 13 . Once nt? 1S21 10 . b. ntfta (a) with this = on these conditions, Gn 34 15 ' 22 1 S 1 1 2 Is 27°; = lierewith, thus provided Lv i6 (/3) by or through this (esp. with 5TV), Gn 42 15 - 33 Ex 7 17 NU16 28 J0S3 10 ^4 l12 ; E0 n ^ T ? Mal3 10 . (7) in spite of this, Lv 26 s7 ^f 27 s , for which the m

am fuller n«rb33 occurs, Is 5 s6 9 " KX io 4 f 78 32 Je 3'° Ho 7 10 . (S) nSB _/br <Ais caw*e (late Etyle) 1 1 Ch 27 s4 2 Ch 19 s ; in this matter 20 17 . C. H13 („) fGn 41 38 . . . "WM B*"S njj KXt??i], Is 56* 58 s Je 5 9 nj3 IB* M3 (so v 29 ' 9 8 ). ' (0) njs'i nta «fa (S and <Aus, t Ju 18 4 2 S 1 i 25 1 K 14 5 . d. Hxi3 the like of this=as follows, tGn45 23 ; nsto the like of this = things such as these Ju i 3 :s (c. jTDBSn), 15 7 I9 30 nXT ? nrenJ I*.

S 4 7 (cf. Je 2 10 2 Ch 30 26 ), 2 S 14 13 (c 3*), 

Is 66 8 (c. yDt?), Ezr 7 s7 ; = accordingly, to that effect (c. "»$1) 2 Ch 34 22 ;=m Ti&e manner Ju 8 8 ; = rtws (as has been described) 1 K 7 s7 1 Ch 29 14 2Ch3i M 32 15 :n^3inNratfmsandUAwstJos7 20

S i7 1S15 2 K 5 4 9 12 . e. nTO/rom. Awe, /tence 

Gn 37 17 42 15 50 25 Ex ii 11 ' 13' Dt 9 12 + oft.: ilJO . . . iW? cm one side . . . on the other side Ex i7 12 "inn ntci nnx nro, 25 19 26' 3 32 15 rairo nn nroi nro, Nu 2 2 24 1 S 14 4 1 K io 19 - 20 Zc5 3 +; ? HJW n?Ip on one side and on <Ae o</i«r side of ... Ex 38 15 Jos 8 s3 Ez 4 5 7 48 21 . f. m ^y on this account (rare), La 5 17 (pointing forwards), Est 6 3 . So ntfl ^5? Am 8 8 Mi i 8 Je 2 12 (Jb 17 8 ) 4 828 ^ 32 s ; in late prose Ezr 8 23 9 15 io 2 Ne 13 14 2 Ch 16 910 2 9 9 32 20 . g. nj D? in spite of this tNe5 18 . — On nj ^ which? mo 'K whence? flW^ 'X /ww? v. sub W 2, p! 32 ; and on T?n, m?n, 1T?n, v . p. 229. iVbfc. — ft in 1 S 17 34 (in many edd.) is a typographical error (not a Kt) of Jacob b. Chayim's Rabbin. Bible of 1525 for n't? sheep, which has been perpetuated hence in other subseq. edd. The reading of MSS. and of the best ancient edd. is rif (cf. de Eossi v "- LMt "- I61 ). tnf this (f)= n ^ ( cf - % in Mish - the regular fem. of nj)_ 2 K6 19 Ez 40 46 Ec 2 224

in the phr. ITJ31 nt3 (v. HT 6 C 0), f)f i.q. nf (q.v.) : only Ho 7 10b 03$ "it this (i.e. the falling by the sword, v a ) is their derision ; and (as rclat.) ^ 132 12 ti Vf^ and my testi- mony which . . . (neglecting the accentuation : v. De, and cf. the remark under nj 5). j-^f pron. (poet.), indeclinable. 1. a demonstr. Hb 1" *iflb IT this his strength, ^ i 2 » Xt "rtVI-Jp (unusual, for mn), 62 12 VO*? iriyDB' these two things &c. (but better (Wickes roei.Acc.w^ ^ Q^BJ two things (are there) which &c. : v. 2). * relative, Ex 1 5 13 ?j»jg Xray the people which thou hast redeemed, v" Is 42 24 v UNtpC ^ against whom we sinned, 43 21 ^ 9 16 (fem.) «OB lrnBh so 3 1 5 , io 2 17 9 (with a ' 7 23 9 13 (nst does not occur in Ec); also plural antecedent) *?«!> « Wflfh 'JED, 32 s 68 M (thou) who hast wrought for us! 142 4 143 8 . To most of these passages the remark made under iTT 5 respecting the intention of the punctuators also applies : comp. De on ^ 9 16 . (Cf. .i, used as an indeclin. relat. pron. = t^jJl in the Tayyite dialect: thus ^1 ji ( ^Ac J> there has come upon them that which has come: Iji Lllxj .i ^^ it is we who have done this. See Schu B ' rlrlCon8 "- 75 , Thes 406 , W A0 - '•""■•, Lane p. 986 "pi Kl. Schr. I. p. 359 ^nt (v of foil.; meaning dubious; cf. Lag «"»*»«). HJ 385 n-m. " 4 12 gold (NH id.; Ar. JJLi, Sab. arn e. g. Os 29 DHM zmq I883 - ""j Aram. V?% o£», Palm. Nam Vog No ' 23 )— 'T abs. Gn2 n + 364 1.; cstr. Gn2 12 +6t.; sf. , 3n] 1 K20 7 + 2t.; 13HT 1 K 2 o 3 - 5 ; 1 3,m Is 30 22 ; bnj Is 2 20 3 1 7 ; D3ni Ho 8 4 + 4 1. ; — gold, 1 . = gold-ore, gold in a raw state, Gn2 1112 Jeio 9 Pri7 3 27 21 Jb28 l + ; perh. also 1K9 28 io 11 22 49 etc; d. "I msy Jb 28° gold- dust; v. also Zc 13 9 (sim. of tried people of '^ and cf. Mai 3 3 ; likewise Jb 23 10 (sim. of Job's purity, as shewn by divine tests); 3?T fiBXI? Jb 37 s2 is dub.; Ew De al. out of the North comes gold; others, however, golden light, brightness, of sun after clouds dispersed by north wind, ® Eabb. Da al. ; or golden splendour of God coming from north Bo A76 Hi al.; Siegf conj. IW for 3PIT. 2. gold as wealth Gn 13 2 (jj + ropp, (|9|) Z4 34 (J;+pfef, ^3, no?, D-inj?, nnsB*, D"?p3, Dnbn) c f. Ho 2 8 Is2 7 Dt 8 13 i7 ,T7 Jb 3' 16 ' 31 24 Zc 14" Ezr i 46 + ; in gen., as precious: 3iD |n 3njt?1 t|^ 3T T^VO C^"*^ Pr 22 1 to be chosen is a name more than great riches, and good favour more than silver and than gold; Jb 28 17 (of wisdom) gold and glass do not equal it; ^19'° (ordinances of ) ichich are more to be desired than gold; cf. 119 7 " 127 ; also metaph. of princes and chief men of Zion La 4 1 (cf. v 2 ). 3. gold as spoil of war Jos 6 19 (4.f|D3, n^nr^s, hf$) so v 24 , cf. 7 21 - 24 22 s Kf+. 4. gold as merchandise Ez 27 s2 ( + m T i£ )3S, B ^B '!>| rth), cf. also gold from Ophir 1 K 9 s8 etc. (v. sub 7 infr.) 5. gold as costly gift: to a prophet 1) H? 3 <in ? **?a (hypothet.), Nu 22 18 24 13 (both E); brought by queen of Sheba to Solomon 1 K io 210 (both + ft}!? ??K and D , »E'3) = 2 Ch 9 19 ; as tribute 2K23" (cf. v 33 ; all -+-5103); as satisfaction for murder 2 S 21 4 (-r 5 !? 3 ). 6. gold as ant

-K-rt material: of (nose- or ear-)ring, EM Gn 24 s2 Ex 3 2 2 ' 3 Ju8 2426 Pru 22 25 12 Jb42"'; of chain Gn 4 1 42 , shields 2 S 8 7 , images of emerods 1 S 6 417 and mice v 41118 ; H?? rfi'Sfps 1 <msri Pr 25 11 ; 'T n|>a Ec 12 6 ; T»?p Ex 3" n 2 12 35 1 S 6 8 ^ 105 s7 etc.; ant ^» IDrpbs Gn 2 4 M as presents to a bride ( + DHJ3); so of presents to secure king's favour 2S8 10 {+T^K fy), and in list of yearly gifts or tribute to Sol. 1 K 1 s5 =2 Cho 24 ; as material of idols ^ "I >nV f]D3 Ex 20 23 cf. 32 31 Ho 8 4 Is 2 20 30 22 31 7 Dt 29 16 ^H5 4 135 15 ; as plating of idols Dt 7 25 ; especially as material of the furnish- ings of Solomon's temple, or (oftener) the platings of temple, or parts thereof, or of its furnishings 1 K 6 20 - 21 - 21 - 21 - 22 - 22 - 28 7 48 + iot. 1 K 6. 7 ; also 2 Ch 3 "- 6 + i 4 t. 2 Ch 3. 4; cf. iCh28 14 - ,4 + 14 1. 1CI128. 29 (David's pre- paration for temple); v. also 2 K 24 13 cf. 14 14 = 2 Ch 25", 2 K 25 15 = Je 52 19 (in accounts of plundering temple etc.); but more often still of furnishing and utensilsof tabernacle,insignia of high-priest etc., Ex 25 3 "- 24 + 97 t. Ex 25-40, Lv 8 9 Nu 4 11 8 4 ; (in case of large objects frequently of platings or sheathing, cf. 12 c infr.) Note the expressions mfP? 1 nBUn Ex 3S 22 a wave-offering of gold, nBIJJjin 3n] 38 24 ; also nOVWrt 3HJ Nu 3 1 52 (all P) cf. Ezr 8 25 , and (of offering to heathen god) 3HT3 "133* Dn II 38 . t7. gold described by its source, esp. gold fromOphir(cf.Glas sktol,ssr " r - 368 )iK 9 28 io»22 49

Ch 29 4 2 Ch 8 18 9 10 ; so perh. Je io 9 (rd. TBiK 

for TMK Ew Klo al.); &?? 3HT ^72 15 ; on tfVm 1 2Ch3 6 v. DTB; cf. further Gn 2 U1J . 8. gold denned by var. adj. and pts.: EOTC' 1 beaten gold (v. BnE>) 1 K io 1617 =2 Ch 9 1515 ' 16 ; i«D "I 1 K 6 2021 ; also 7 4950 io 21 =2 Ch 4 2022 9 21 (on mng. v. "^P); esp. (but only P & Ch) -rtno 'Ipure gold Ex 2 5 ,UH4 + 2 1 1. Ex 2 5. 2 8. 30. 37-39 (of equipments of tabernacle and high priest's insignia), 1 Ch 28 17 2 Ch 3 4 9" ; cf. 310 t

Ch 3 68 ; on TBVD 1 1 K io 18 , AV best gold, 

cf. TB1N, 1TB. 9. 'f as measure of weight and value: a.= gold-shekel, ttytfpl H^ft Gn 24 s2 ;

rr#j| nn« bjs Nu 7 I4 +n t. Nu 7; ^ 

'Tnto-J/3K*iJu8 26 , cf. iKio 16 2K5 5 2Ch 9 1S16 ; TO3J 'T , Bi)K ^119"; comp. further Jos 7 21 ; but also (only Ch) b{?f> expressed: bg^ 1 ^ niKD Wf iCh2i 25 (50 shekels of silver in H2S24 24 ); 1 D^tpD &*?%& ri™ 1 ?^ b[>fm

Ch 3 9 . b. 'T D , ?9 ns*^ 1K10" three minas 

of gold (v. I" 1 ?. 1 ?)- C. 1 I?? talent of gold

S 12 30 1 K 9 14 + (v. "OS), d. D»?taj7? 3HT 

sbx) nWaTt^ Ezr 2 69 cf. Ne 7 69 - 70 - 71 ; also t)^N tfjbfg^ lFtyf 'T nfc^ Ezr 8 s7 (v. flBfty' — with the above should perh. be compared D'3D 'T D"bjn Is 4 6« i.e. the gold used in making the god was the coin carried in the bag. 10. 'T = golden oil, from colour, Zc 4' 2 . 11. '| often named with IDS, and then, in earlier and sts. in later writings, follows it : 3HT31 n°?3 Gn 13 2 (J), cf. 2 4 3iM 44 s1 (all J), Ex 3 s2 11 2 I2 35 Nu22 18 24 13 (all E), Jos6 1924 (JE), Dt 7 2S 17 17 29 16 2 S 8 11 2 1 4 1 K 7 51 15 11 ,13 23 33.35.35 JJ j» Is

9 

K7 8 16 8 1{ Jeio 4 Zpi 18 Ez7 19 38 13 Zc6" Jo 4 s , Pr22' ifV 105 37 115 4 135 15 2 Ch i 15 5 1 Ezr i 4 8 s Dn n 8 Ec2 8 + ; in later writings '| oft. precedes Ez 28 4 Zc 14 14 Mai 3 3 1 Ch 18 10 22 1416 28 16 " 1 2 9 3 - 4 - 6 - 7 2CI19 1421 24 14 25 24 Ezr i 11 ^119" Ct 1" Dnn 38 -)-, and so in P, Ex 25 s 31 4 35 iS2 Nu 3 1 32 ; yet also as early as Hb2 19 1K10 2 2 K 25 15 . 12. the chief vbs. used with 'r are: a. rwy make of (c. 2 ace.) 1 K 7 48 (cf. v 494 " 050 ) io 16 12 28 14 26 2Ch4 7819 12 9 13 8 , and esp. in P (tabern.) Ex 25 111718 -r 35 1. Ex 25-39; also sq. 3 work in gold, T^fA «1D331 'T3 nife^|b Ex 3 1 4 35^, also (+^.133, etc.), 2 Ch 2 613 ; b. rT, (obj. 'T n'VSL)) Ex 25" 37 313 (all P); C. HBX overlay with (c. 2 ace.) 1 K e 20 - 21 - 2 '- 22 - 28 - 30 - 32 -' (v 3: one ace. om

.24.%

2 Ch 3 410 9 17 , and esp. 

P (tabern.) Ex 2 g»-«-*«-» + I5 t. Ex 26-37; in same sense d. 1 infirm 2 Ch 3 s cf. v 789 , and e. ^DSI '1 'C1BFI Hb2 19 encased in gold and silver -"duo f. «jffV 'T? Is 40 19 ; g. TP Hiph., 'trrriK rfrtewr^fj Dnn?rri>y Tgj 1 K 6 32 and he spread upon the cherubim and upon the palm-trees the gold; further h. jn3 try, ZC13 9 , cf. i. p@T Mai 3 3 . — On 3riT ^ , n.pn v. p. 191; on 3PIT 'D n.pr. v. sub D?P. ' [UmT] vb. be foul, loathsome, but only Pi., causat. (NH id., be foul, Pi. make foul; Aram. D'HT foul, »«i) make foul, fetid; Ar. L» j «<j'n&, 6e greasy) — Pi. Pf. 3 fs. sf. 3 ms. Dnb irvn tfieq}] (consec.) Jb 33 20 At'x ;?/e mafeiA it,bread, loathsome to him (|| njsn bsD 1E*BJ1). (Onsf.v. Ges' 1312 ^ 4 ; Dr 1821 ' 14 ': acc.'to Siegf the word is hopelessly corrupt.) TOnt n.pr.m. (fr. above V i) a son of Rehoboam, 2 Ch 1 1 19 . f I. [HnT] vb. be light, shining (Ar.^, jjtj shine, adj.^ijl bright (cf. Lag 3 * 12 °); Aram. -li-IT

mt "in], io,r, NH in deriv.; v. also sub II. int) — Hiph. intrans. (late) send out light, shine, fig. of everlasting glory of teachers of righteousness : yp"jn inta «np D^lfBni Dn i 2 s and they that make wise shall shine like the shining of the firmament (~tyn T&nfc D'33te3 IWRJJ ^SOI). Tint a. [m.] shining, brightness (Ar. fyy, NH I'm], cf. Aram. WW) ;— abs. Ez 8 J '1 HX1D3 Zi£e <m appearance of shining (ex- plained, v b , as resembling amber, i'O^'D cf. I s7 ); also cstr. Dn 12 s v. foregoing. fll. pHT] vb. only Hiph., Hiph. (NH Hiph., admonish, cf. Aram, ">?} (Aph. Pa. etc.), »otl (Ar. tif viii. take care of, he mindful of is perh. Aram, loan-word, so TA cf. Lane). — Most identify with I. "lilt = give light, enlighten, instruct, admonish; this possible, but not cer- tain, mng. shine is late in Heb.; usual sense as given below is not enlighten, illumine mentally, but warn; v. also construction with two accusa- tives Ex 1 8 20 ) ;— Hiph. Pfi1Vfl consec. Ez 33 s ; sf. ri-ivnm 2 K 6 10 ; 2 ms. srinjn Ez 3 19 33 9 , *fnfl Ez 3 17 33 7 , nn-intni Ex 1 8 20 , sf. brarp Ez 3 18 - S0 - JI , FHl 1 !™ consec. Ez 3 17 33 7 ; D^Il 1 ]^ consec. 2 Ch 19 10 ; Inf. cstr. "I'npb Ez 3 18 33 s ; — instruct, teach, warn : Ex 1 8 20 (E) teach them ordinances (2 ace.) ; 2 K 6 10 the place which pfT$) the man of God told him o/(v — 'OX) and warned him (sf.) o/; elsewh. only Ez Ch; warn, give a warning to, alw. sq. ace. pers. only: Ez 3 18 192 ° 33 s ; give them (ace.) a warning from me ('ISO, '* speaks) Ez 3 17 33"; warn the wicked (V?n) from (away from, iP)/«8ttia2/Ez3 18 33 8 ' i> ; warn the righteous (pHX) Ez 3 21 sq. Inf. in order that the righteous sin not, cf. 2 Ch 1 9 10 sq. ace. pers. + final cl. c. ). Hiph. Pf 3 ms. inp Ez 3 21 33 4 - 6 - 6 ; also "VJJJ v s (rd. perh. Tnjn, so We Sm Co); Imv. y$ Ec 12 12 ; Inf. cstr. injnij Ec 4 13 ; Pt.lTO ^ 19 12 ;— 6e instructed, admonished, warned (pass, of Hiph.): — DH3 "|fl|J ^PJ| ^ 19 12 yea thy servant, he is instructed (or warned) by them (i.e. lets himself be instructed or warned by the * 'EBB'S v 10 ) ; in Ez distinctly take warning, abs. Ez 3 21 (cf. Hiph.) 3 3 46 *; so Ec 12 2 and, more generally, "injn|> VT *6 iste Ec 4" who knoweth not how to take admonition; he warned, receive warning EZ33 6 (of people, c. «?, i.e. if no warning be given them), also MT v sb , but rd. perh. Hiph. (v. supr.) but he (i.e. the watchman) gave warning, he hath delivered his (own) soul. T"U appar. n.pr. of 2nd month,=c. April- May, named as month of beginning the temple- building; , 3t?n BHhn mn l] vina. iK6'= V n *^3 v 37 ; ©B v 1 has simply iv ^v tv btirripy, V 37 (in © V 4 ) iv firjv'i Ne«rw (cai ra> fifvr«'po> nqvi; © codd. iv pjfl Ztoi; fup4 to 8tvTepq> ; ©L (only v 37 ) tV Seur/pa) /iijki, tV fiijKi Ziov; — (si vera 1. comp. perh. Aram. V] Jol) brightness, freshness, so BAram. Dn 2 31 + ; cf. % K»Jf J V] ITTJ m<m«/t 0/ brightness of flowers ; As. ztmtt (ztvu), D1 PTWt cf N5 2MQ 1M.7». The8 al , der- J} ( VT ( = Vn}) fr. nnT in sense be brigM, splendid, etc., cf. Ar. lij increase, thrive (of seed-produce), L»j a beautiful and bright, or fresh, plant ; Aram. KHJ, adj. Knint haughty, proud; )«) glory, boast, be magnificent; yet cf. Ol 5174 ^""') IT, 'IT, v. p. 262. t[21T] vb - flow > g UBn (NH id., Aram. 3V=I, 3 , ' ! T ) oj, all used oft. in sense 4 infr.; Ar. i^jU (med. .) melt, dissolve, flow) — only Qal Impf. 3ir T Lv 15 25 etc.; Pt. 3} Je 49 9 < f. !"DT Lv 15 19 etc.; — 1. flow, gush (poet.), of water from the smitten rock ^ 78 20 (|| *]&&), I05 41 (11^7), Is 48 !1 (|| % 2. PA freq. in EOTI abn n3T (pS), always of promised land, Ex 3 817 13 5 (all J) 33 3 NU13 27 14 8 16 1314 (all JE) Dt 6 3 11 9 26 915 27 s 31 20 Jos 5" (D) Lv 20 24 (H) Je 11 6 32 m Ez 20 615 (in last two ins. pt< © Co); tfgfi 3T Je 4 9 4 (fertile valley ofAmmon). 3. fig. flow away = pine away (from hunger) La 4 9 . 4. flow, of issue from woman (all P), Lv 15 26 HOT 3fo MJJ (v. 311); esp. have an issue (flux, gleet), of woman Lv 15 25 and 15 19 (i-DJ rrwi); usu. of man, 2 S 3 a (|| jnitp); elsewhere P, Lv 15 2 'n'?'??? 3J; with 33. Lv 1 5 4 ' M cogn. ace. 15 00 ; ordinarily Pt. 3t one </ta< 7jas (all P), 2 2 4 (H; yyriS); a lsoNu5 2 (P; id.) t^it n.m. issue (Ar. iL>jj fluid, liquid; NH 3fy Aram. K3i , l in specif, sense of Heb.); — issue, flux, alw. fr. genitals (cf. Di Lv 15 2 ); only P : of man or woman Lv 1 5 s3 ; — of man Lv IS****""*; of woman Lv 15 19 (n3T njTT D^ n-jboa, of monthly period); also v 26 - 2 " 6 - 28 - 30 (of morbid issue of blood, sts. connected with the other; cf. Mat 9 20 etc.) Tit v. TT. V (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. u^j put aside or away, draw togetlmr, contract). rmt

fa tfn^T] n.f. corner (late) (Aram. KTnj, JCoi (oft. for Heb. rt|», yftpl?), hence, as loan-word (Fra a™>. >*■*». ii.m») ' Ar fyR);— PI. abs. ni>ij ^ i 44 12 ; cstr. n*n Zc'9 16 ;— naiO nhlS m«M ^ D ' Zc 9 15 simil. of warriors streaming with blood, v. Lv I 511 etc. ; '13 l^nfaa '151 ty 144 12 our daughters like corner (-pillar)s, carved (so Che al., but v. 11. 3t3n) in palace- fashion. t[l7Q] n.m. garner (on format, cf. 01 |i«b.i»rbj T _ on ] v pj sf frtba VJJD f 1 44" our garners are full (word inflected as if I? were radical; cf. 01 "•) I. Y)1 (NH nt move, As. zdzu, move, rise, come forth cf. COT gloss. ; also be agitated, enraged, VR" '•'■"). yi. PJ n.m. 80 ' 14 coll. moving things (i.e. beasts) (etym. & exact meaning still rather dub., cf. Che OP472 and on ^ 50"; Thes al. -/m; De yjr 50" comp. As. zizdnu, coll. reptiles, Dl 8.7«f. f rom a KWJ cf. cjif move to and fro, agitate (cf. yit); others comp. As. zdzu, abun- dance v. II. tIT, so even Di Is 66"; this hardly suits f 8o 14 ; % KP] worm);— only cstr. "fy H ■^■50" the moving things ofthefield, as all known to *» (|| D"in *1*"V; also in v 10 ~%^T t etc.); fig. of enemies of Isr. ^ 8o 14 (||"I5#? "?}$)■ iSTf n.pr.m. — 1. a Simeonite 1 Ch 4 s7 . 2. a son of Rehoboam 2 Ch 1 1"°. tnjn n.pr.m. a Levite 1 Ch 23 11 , = W-J v 10 (rd. prob. KJT, © Zifa in both). T^ft n.pr.m. (perh. belongs under this V ; comp. As. n.pr. Zaza Zim BP 97 cf. Strm AV N °- "") —a descendant of *»&??¥, of Judah 1 Ch »» TrTfiT?2 n.f. door-post, gate-post, abs. 'd Ex 2I 6T Is 5f; cstr. TOT? 1 S i 9 Ez 4 6 2 4- Ez 4 i 21 (del. @ Co cf. © Hi), 45 1919 (in both rfWB © (5 23 Co) ; if. "TOO Ez 43 8 , rjrffTO v 8 ; pi. tfWD 1 K 6 3 ' + 2 t. ( + Ez 45 1919 Co v." supr.), niin?' Ex 1 2' + 4 t., fliTTO Dt 6 9 Ju 1 6 3 ;—door- 2>ost, gate-post, 1. of dwelling-house Ex I2 r (P), v 22 " 21 6 (all JE), Dt6 9 ii 20 cf. Is57 8 ; also Wfi 'D Pi-8 34 , DJiniD Ez 43 s ; of Sol.'s house iKf. 2. of house of  : a. of the pre- Solomonic sanctuary of' I S I 9 , h. of Sol.'s temple iK6 a ; of the T^ v 31 . o. of Ezek.'s temple Ez 41 21 (del. Co v.'supr.), 43 s fnt»), JVan 'D Ez 45 19 , "W '» v 9 , cf. 46 s . 3. of city- gates Ju 16 3 . tW n.pr.m. an officer of David '"linn |*ff>

Ch 27 31 . 

II. HT (pe abundant, cf. esp. As. zdzu, abundance, Dl ^r ■' :, • Zim BP » 4 - w ; only as -/of foil. ; perh. related to I. m (cf. Thes), but this very dubious). n. Y^t n.[m.] abundance, fulness : only nT03 Tfl? Is 66" that ye may suck out and be delighted, from the abundance of her glory (i.e. of Jerusalem) (so Di al.; > Che"" n -* nd0P4r,t Brd (cf. Ew ' Euter'), who comp. vulg. Ar. ziza, udder (breast, teat); this suits vb. 'JfoR and pfeto BFflfy W?, but is dub. in Heb., perh. not Shemit., v. Dozy 1 - 619 * and reff. ; also T jag rro P h.chHd. who proposeS) pl aus ibly, ra», cf. Aram. jte PS 602 , xr3; Ar.Jp. pap). ' D^IT n. pr. gent, an ancient trans- Jordanic people, dwelling in Dn Gn 14 6 ; otherwise unknown; abode appar. in (later) land of Ammon, between Bashan and Moab; commonly supposed = D'S?ri q.v., in that case perh. txt. error in one case or the other, cf. No u ° ,e " uchune ' n '■ Krl " l£ d ' A ' T ' 162 .— (® idvv iVxt/pd). — On n.pr. loc. Zi(a, Ijjj, between Bosra and Lejun, cf. Kn Di ad loo", Tristr MMb1821 '-' TnniT n.pr.m. a descendant of Judah (etym. and mng. unknown) i Ch 4 20 (v. also nnir|3), © Zaav, Zwa/3, A Zo>xad, ©L Zaa6. IVN v. sub nir. I. 7*)| (prob. */ of foil., Ar. Jh remove, depart), t[n?1t] n -[£] prop, removal, only found in the st. c. as prep, and conj. except, only, save that — cstr. )"CT1 2 K 24 14 and (with the obsolete case-ending '_ ) '*$*« Dt I 36 4 12 Jos ii 13 1 K 3 18 12 20 f 18 32 ; with sf. "d^T Ho 13 4 Is 45 521 , «|n^», ^ 2 S 7 22 = 1 Ch 1 f° Is26 13 6 4 3 Ku 4 4 , nn^T iS 2i 10 ;— 1. prep.^x- cept, besides, lit. with removal of .. .(syn. *njjJ>3D yj, 18 32 Is45 21 ; '*?|>? H013 4 ; and cf. Dt i M with Nu 32 12 ), Dt i 36 3^>3 'nhf with the exception 0/ Caleb, 1S21" Wl^l nnrix pS there is none other except it, 1 K 1 2 20 2 K 24 14 Ru 4 4 : oft. in such phrases as, There is no Cod (or, Who is God 1) except me (or thee), 2 S 7 s2 ^ 1 8 32 Ho 1 3 4 Is 45 521 64 3 . Always after a neg. or qu., exc. Is 26 13 -]Tbv DTW lords other than thou. Connected inexactly with what jjiecedes, bi

Tit

acquires the force of only, Dt 4 12 ye saw no 

form ?ip Wt sate a voice = (there was) only a voice, 1 K 3 18 . 2. conj. Jos 1 1 13 except that he burnt Hazor alone. til. [71T] vb. lavish (cf. Aram. ^, be cheap, of little value, lightly esteem; similarly ^>T qv.)— Qal Pt. D'3D 3HT D'bjn Is 46 s (|p5>PB* nij33 t|D3). t[p?] ▼*>• feed (NH. BAram. kZ.; Syr. v i ; Sam. t^^, is fo) ;— Hoph. P<. DWB D'DID Je5 8 (Kt; i.e. B'MW; Qr D*0£D from jr q-v.) well-fed Iwrses, fig. of adulterers; Dl rr73f - comp. As. zandnu, be fill (i.e. of sexual desire).

  • pf?3 n.m. food, sustenance (so Talm.

BAram. Syr.)— fiTBl Dr6l 13 Gn 45 a (Di "d rather an Aram, word; perh. later gloss for orig. ITlJf v 21 42 s5 '); 3t) JlTen 2 Ch 11 s3 . nyiT v. ruj. t>HT vb. tremble, quake (Aram. (incl. BAram.) id., <*.); cf. also Ar. ch impel, cjs-'- move, agitate, shake (on these v. No ZMG188 «.'2 5 ) ) As. «2, storm-wind (= Aram. «V"lT) Zim BF94 ); — Qal (late) Pf. 3 ms. Vt Est 5"; Twip/. 3 mpl. c. rel. WTJB' Ec 12 3 ; — tremble, quake, in presence of powerful superior Est 5 9 (sq. ^S<?); said of T" 1 ??? , 1'?K' m descr. of infirm old man Ec 12 3 . Pilp. Ft. sf. TW& Hb 2 7 ; causat. and intens. they that shall violently shake thee, fig. of foes of Babylon, instruments of Yahweh's judgment. tnjm, and, by transpos., PlW (Di Dt 28 26 cf. Sta* 192 *) n.f. a trembling, i.e. object of trembling, terror : nyil Is 28 19 , also Kt Je i5 4 + 4 t.; HJgt Dt 28 s5 Ez 23" (also Qr Je 15 4 + 4t.); — object of trembling, terror, fright; 1J$ n»n) Dt 2 8 a ared thou shalt become a terror to all (?3?) the kingdoms of the earth ; '131 tj> IMVIM Je 15 4 29 18 , 34 17 (|| nif©6* nbxb nfi-in^ njriefy), a lso"ni Tb D*J«inM 24" (|| nsn : r6 '"Wi?!>] n r?F^ ^9^)' Ez 2 3 <6 2 Ch 2 9 8 - TJTT n.pr.m. a Gadite, 1 Ch5 13 , @ Zow, Zfo. tj*|$£ n.pr.m. a Horite Gn 36*= 1 Ch i 42 . fl. L11T] vb. be a stranger (Ar. Jlj (med. «) incline toward, repair to, visit; 11. honour as visitor or guest; ix. decline, turn aside; JjiJ visitor; Aram, "fit , oft. = Heb. "WD <wr«. aside, iwra. aside to visit) — Qal Pf. 3 pi. Hi y 58 4 (Kb 1445 ), <nf V' 78 30 Jb 19 13 ; Pt. IT Ex 30 33 + 2 7 t, ; f . rot Ex 30 9 + 7 t. ; mpl. Dnj Ho 5' + 3 ot.; fpl. Hilt Pr22 14 2 3 33 ; sf. ^J Is 2a 5 ; 1. Pf. become estranged ^ 58 4 , c. }D from Jb 19 13 ^78 ;i0 . 2. Pt. as adj. strange, or as noun stranger: a. to the family, of another household, Tt B*K Dt 25 s , elsewhere IT 1 K 3 19 Jb 19 15 Pr 6 1 11 16 20 16 27 13 ; D^J V 109 11 Pr gio.17. D< -,j ft)2, children of another household than God's Ho 5 7 ; especially of another family than priests' IT B>"J* Lv 22 12 (H) Nu 17 5 (P); IT Lv 22 1013 (H) Ex 2 9 33 30 33 Nu 3 1038 18 7 (P); not belonging to the tribe of Levi, Nu i 61 18 4 (P). b. to the person, another Jb 19 27 Pr 14 10 27"; TT1T (n^N) strange woman, harlot Pr 2 16 5 320 7 5 22 14 23 s3 . c. to the land, foreign, D'lJ foreigners (as such usu. enemies) Ho 7 9 8 7 Is i" 25 s - 6 29 6 6i 5 Je5 19 3o 8 5i 2 "La5 2 Ez7 21 n 9 i6 32 28 7 - ,(l 30 12 3i 12 Jo4 17 Ob" Jbi5 19 ^54 s ; "% b«  foreign god + 4 4 21 8 1 10 = ">T Is 4 3 "; so 0*% Dt*3 2 ,6 and (in fig.) Je 2 2S 3 13 ; Q'HT D?D foreign waters

K 19 24 Je 18 14 ; IT m.taj Is i 7 >» vine-slip of a 

stranger; OPTIJ TT1D3 H08 12 they are regarded as foreign; "IT 'HK'Vp Is 28 21 /us wor& is foreign (as if dealing with enemies), d. strange to the law ; '"PT fnbp strange incense Ex 30 9 (P) ; rtTJ VX strange fire Lv io 1 Nu 3 4 26 61 (P). Nipb. Pf. TitJ Is i 4 Ez 14 5 ; ie estranged Is i 4 , pregn., sq. T>nK (cf. KV); TgQ Ez 1 4 5 . Hopb. Pt. TrtO estranged y(r 69". til. ["Wj TT] vb. be loathsome, Bb* 1142 (Ar. 'lj fastidivit, abhorruit; As. 2<$m, re«««, Impf. izlru, DI Pre6 Schr C0TG1 °")— only 3 fs. rTjj Jb 19 17 ^^Np ,Tjj TW1 my JratfA is loathsome to my wife (p ^nSni in || c l.); > most, who derive fr. 1. T4T ; become strange and so rejmgnant. tl^T n.[f.] loathsome thing, KS". 1S*« nj? K-ITp D3^ mW D3EXD Nu n 20 (JE) and it (the flesh) become to you a loathsome thing (© lit X<jipav, 23 in nauseam), prob.err. for n"1T (Sam.) fill. [11TJ vb. press down and out (Aram. "C jyress togetlier, Syr. »o), ») compress; cf. Ar. Jl:' <iot'«< the lip of a beast) — Qal Pf.

pi. ^"it Is i" (pass.; > V TIT, Ar. Tj rfraw; 

/orot% togetlier 01 s 2 *^ 2 * 5 ' Kb 1333 ); 7mp/. 3 ms. Tj>! Ju 6 s8 , 3 fs. sf. ITJBJ Jb39 13 ; Pt.pass. f. n"l.1T (=nniT Ges 180 - 2 '") ls'59 6 ;— ^m* (twist or wring) out a fleece Ju 638; not pressed out, of sore (fig. of continued disaster) Is 16; press under foot an egg, Jb 3915 (|| ), Isa 595 (pass.) n.m. circlet, border (orig. that which presses, binds, cf. also Aram. bracelet, )m

out T p"TT n.m. rr "• 2 insolence, presumptuous- ness(on format, cf. Lag BN204A " m ),abs. 'f Dti7 12 + 1 t.; cstr. ?*nj Je 49 >6 Ob 3 ; sf. ^p) i S i 7 28 ;—

. insolence, presumjrtion toward men ; affirmed 

of David by Eliab i S 17 s8 (||^.?b jn); usu. . of presumptuous godlessness (cf. "TO, II), exhibited in disobedience to priest or judge Dt 17 12 ; in false prediction i8~; in gen. Pni 2 (opp. n*V«X), 13 10 ; t rroy p r 21 24 (cf- 1J); 1|i> t Je 49 16 (=Ob 3 ) presumption of thine heart; of Babylon personif. under fig. of 'r Je5o 3 '- 33 ; dub. is '?n ma Ez 7 10 insolence liath blossomed (preceded by HtSEin f«S) i.e. either of Isr. as demanding punishment, or of Babylon as instr. of punishment. ■ LPT!?] MJ« insolent, raging, only pi. and fig. tpftrjn D^on ^i24 6 .

  • TU n.[m.] thing sodden or boiled,

pottage; abs. 'i Gn25 29 +4t. ; cstr. TM Gn 25 s4 ; — a kind of boiled leguminous food, obj. of in Gn 25 s9 (v. "HI Hiph.); defined v 34 as OVftft TJ? (v. tr?V); obj. of ^3 2K4 38 ; boiled in a "Vp v 39 cf. v 40 ; mentioned, appar. as a common food, Hg 2 12 . rt, «m, nr»l v. sub 1. nr. «r»T v. njn sub I. m. tW| n.pr.m. 1 Ch.23 10 =nn v " q.v. V* v. sub jm. tppt n.pr. 1. n.pr.loc. a. city S.E. from Hebron, Jos 15 55 1 Ch 2 42 2 Ch n 8 , mod. Tell Zif; Kob BB1 - 492 ' 498 Guerin Jodi ""- 159,,r : T-iani? iS

m.u 262 . 2 . c n loC| n? ,f , Sa3 « b city of 

southern Judah Jos 15 24 , site unknown. 2. n.pr.m. a son of f^fff, of Judah 1 Ch 4 16 , whether related to n.pr.loc. supr. does not appear. @ Za<f>a, Zuf>(m). (1 Ch 2 42 v. supr.) t ["»pn] adj.gent. of •ft 1. a ; only mpl. as n.pr.gent.Q"B] iS23 19 26 1 ; D'SH yj, 54= (title). tUD-'T n.pr.m. a son of ^?f>^ 1 Ch 4 16 Cffl "H (© Za<pa, Z(a)i(t>a), cf. *T] Supr.) /tipl V. I. [PJ], . TJ v. "W. tn^.f n.m. * 52 ' ,0 olive-tree, olive (NH «.; Aram. J*LT, K^; Eth. H^t: Ar. *^!j olive-tree, olive, tLJ;' olive-oil; v. Lag »'"- a5ff - Hom Au M tz.u.Abh., *M». y dub . rp^ an( j most der. fr. assumed nnt 6« tri^A*, fresh, luxuriant (v. sub 1]) + n afformat. which is then treated as radical, cf. Sta 5187 *; but this not certain, cf. 01 ^"••n 2 "; ace. to Lag Arme "- stuMiW /, ; g ArmerL l oan . word) y alg0 L «L.,B«,^._ ak ,, Gngll> cgtr m Dtg8

K 18 32 ; sf. ^W Dt 24 20 , ^ Ex 23" Dt 28 4 °; 

pi. tt<fq Dt 6", etc. ;— 1. olive-tree Ju 9 8 - 9 (personif., in Jotham's fable), Ho 14 7 (sim. of beauty), Jb 15 33 (as casting off its flowers, sim. of wicked man); in 2 S 15 25 ins. 12>K "?n (before TIW. read 'S3) ©L Dr; also pi. of two olive-trees Zc 4 311 ; fjjp.t + 5 2 w fresh, (thriving) olive-tree (sim. of prosperity), so Jen 16 ; TnjJJ Gn8 ' ' ( J) olive-branch, sprig, cf. Ne 8 1S (here + *S H^TS, etc.); also pi. OTTHJ ^ ^ I28 » ^j s/ioo(« (sim. of children) ; DWJ !?ae> Zc 4 12 olive-branches (in Zech.'s vision); IV] in repre- sentative or coll. sense, = olive-trees, groups of growing olive-trees, as property, source of wealth, olive-yards Ex 23 " (JE; + D13), Ju 15 5 { + id.); mn-j-y Hg2 19 ( + fiB-)n'! naxrini fBgn); also in phr. HT™?$P e>na Hb 3 17 the bearing, yield, of olive-trees (|| ^N r^p6 ntolE'*, c f. also nm and fSa *W v a); specif. IBS' rw, oil-yielding olive-trees Dt 8" cf. 2 K 1 8 32 ; 1 «]pl striking or beating of olive-trees Is 1 7" 24 13 (sini. of desolation at judgment of '»), cf. B3nn »3 1*^1 Dt 24 20 ; rather more often pi.; Am 4 9 (liniaa, nw|, D^ri), iS8" (||niife>, vms), cf. also Dt6" 28 40 * J0S24 13 2K5 26 iChJ^ 28 Ne5" 9 25 . 2. of fruit of olive-tree, olives: Dt 2 8 40b (e. r»r); n '-' V^ Mi 6 16 (|| R#); also ^ JOS' o?tt-e-oj7 EX2 7 20 30 24 (P) LV24 2 (H). 3. in designations of place: DV»*frj H^JjO 2 S 15 30

  • A« ascmi 0/ </ie olive-trees (© tV t.v dra/Wti

t£v c'Xatii/ = Mount of Olives) ; DWn— in Zc 1 4" (© to opos to>k Aaiiv); the well-known hill E. of Jerus. (NT usu. as Zc 14 4 ©, e.g. Mk 13 3 ; cf. also "inn 1 K 1 i r Ez 1 1 33 Ne 8 15 ; X (^Jyj 11CS 2 K 23 13 cf. 2 S 15 30 Zc 14 4 etc.; X Ct8 5 mfK) ^D, and so Talm. etc.) ' 1'T 1 ^ n -pr.m. (? olive-tree') — a Benjamite I Ch 7 10 , © Zmdav, @L Z n 6a. TDnj n.pr.m. (subriV in Thes, = foregoing) — a Levite (Gershonite) 1 Ch 23", appar. son of HV^ and brother of ^PIJ and ^ ; 2 6 22 appar. grandson of fjy?, and son of '}HJ^IJ (expressly called brother of /N^); ® Ztdofi, ZoBoy., ®L Zt;^. 269 -OT "ijt, TJt, v. subpr. I" [HDT] vb. be clear, clean, pure, alw. in moral sense (As. zaM Zim BP ; Aram . N3" 1 !, h j, *£ ? ; cf. Ar. Oi 6« bright (of a fire), pungent (of an odour) ; 60 acttie, quick of wimrf)— Qal Impf. 3 ms. rrap Jb 15 14 25 4 ; 2 ms. nstn ^51"; 1 s. interrog. '"I?}?? Mi 6"; — 1. 6e clean, pure, of man, in the sight of God, Jb 15 14 2 5 4 (in both l| pnv ; cf. also ttt I5 15 25 6 ). 2. 6e rfear, 6e justified = be regarded as just, righteous, of God, f 5 1 6 (|| pnvn), Mi 6". Pi. Pf 1 s. W?! ^ 73 13 Pr 20 9 ; Impf. ~n|P ^- 119 9 : — make or Tceep c/eara, ^wr«, obj. ^aj) i//- 73 13 (H'BS f n 1?)> obj. 'a? p r 20 9 (IppnnB);' obj. in-is-ns f n 9 9 . Hithp. Imv. m.pl. Qin Is i 16 jnai« yourselves cfeora(|| Wrn);_onformcf. Ges* 64 ' 2 ' 1> ' Ben '- Ko Ub - ,3*5, 534 cu |129d. rrstot v. sub pr. T L^T^JJ ^b. be bright, clean, pure (kin- dred with foregoing. Only La Jb) — Qal Pf. only 3 mpl. 13? ; — 1. be bright, shining, fig. of splendour of nobles iWl? D*]*}? T La4 7 (||ins 3 ?C"?)- 2. be clean, pure in God's sight, of heavens Jb 15 15 , of stars 25 s (|p , '?K? of moon ; cf . also n|£ 1 5" 2 5 4 ). Hiph . cleanse, only Pf. 1 s. ! "B3 1'33 <ni31.ni Jb 9 30 , fig. of making morally spotless (|| 'nsrnnn). t "-TT adj. pure, clean; abs. 'H? Jb 8 6 + 5 t.; 1R Ex 27 20 Lv 24 s ; f. H3] Ex 3 o 34 + 2 t.;— 1. lit., pure, i.e. unmixed, free from foreign sub- stances, of olive oil Ex 27 20 Lv 24 s , of frankin- cense Ex 30 34 Lv 24 7 (all P and H). 2. fig., pure, clean, righteous (only Jb Pr): — of man Jb8 , (|p£), 33»(+Wfc $»; ||fin); assubst.= <Ae pwre, righteous i?5?B IB* 1J11 Pr 21 8 (opp. IH q- v -); of mode of life 1 T3? 3 1 ^'KTjV'? Pr 16 2 ; of modeof action (i^S) 20" (|p^); of doctrine ('?$) Jb 1 1 4 fljWH -ffl); of prayer 16 17 (|| VB33 D»n ity tn ,| 3'i3Tn.[f.]glass(5:Nn'313r;butv.Fra' H ); as precious (|| 3nj) ) yet of less value than wisdom Jb 28 17 . (Baer as above ; rV313] van d. H, al.) T^3t n.pr.m. head of a family of returned exiles, ^l Ezr 2 9 (© Zokxov, ©L Zai<xawv) = Ne

14 (© ZaBov, A ZaKxpvp, ©L ZaKxawv) ; perh.= 

, ?!Ne3 20 Qr(Kt , 3] q.v.; @Za/3(p)ov,@LPa/3iSa<). T IJT vb. remember (As. zikdru, name, mention, cf. n. zikru, Hpt in K AT 2 aioui Lyon 6 " 1 - ; Zinj.-OT, Ar.JSi, Aram."^, i3», Palm. tU3"n monument, Vog" - M b ,T3n m«TOoWaZ,Vog N ' > - ", Sab. in n.pr.^K!3T DHM I *- tolmo ) but Eth.Hh<J:) — QalP/. 3 ms.1Gn40 !3 -r ;3fs.n-l3rLai 79 ; 2ms. SI?!! Dt5 15 + ; sf. ^ni?T Gn 4 o 14 cf. 1S1", DPii3'i^88 6 ; 2 fs. lji"!?II s 47 7 57 n cf. if + Ez ^"•^Qr (both Kt W3T), "■)?" consec. Ez 16 61 ; 3 pi. n?t Ju 8 M + , etc. ; Tro/?/. 3 ms. 13^ Ho 8 13 + ; -I3r 2S14 11 Pr 3 i 7 ; 13W Gn8'+'; sf. rTJMJJ 1 S i 19 ; 2 fs."")?]" Is54 4 + 2 t.; 1 s.T3»N Lv 20 42 ' 42 Is 4 3 26 (^ 77 12 Qr v. infra), ~>3tN Je 31 34 , 131K1 Ex 6 6 ; sf. 2 DH.T)Dv f 42 7 , sf. 2 fs.^lSlK ^137' (v. Ges^^'Sta" 3 **-. 2 .* 3 **- 2 ), etc.; 7m ms. "Or Ex 3 2 13 + ; -13T + 2 5 7 + ; ni T 3T Ne6 ,4 + ; sf. ?J Ju 1 6 s +2 t.; mpl. ro| 'l s 4 6 9 +, njjj Ne'4 8 ; Inf. a&s.-toj Exi3 3 +; 13J Jeai^+j csir. 13]p Gn 9 16 Ez 23", etc. ; sf. *f$$l f 1 37 1 ; P<.act.pl.cstr. , ">3f^ 1 1 / 103 18 ; "W3T ^ io3 14 v.infr. — X. human subj. 1. remember, recall, call to mind, usu. as affecting present feeling, thought, or action : a. remember past experiences (ace.) Gn 42 s (E), 2 K 9 25 (ace. pers. agent); sq. cl. with D Jb 4 7 ; things formerly known (ace.) Je 1 7 2 ; sq.cl.with '? JU9 2 ; with implied regret, longing Nu 1 i 5 (JE),^42 5 137 1 Lai 7 cf. ^77 7 , neg. i37 6 (II n3B> v 5 ); so(sq. 3) Je 3 16 (Hat> by TOJJ and Ipa). b. recall past distress, etc. ; obj. not expressed, La 3 20 (nar liar), Jb n 16 (nae* in || cl.); neg., sq. ace. Is 5 4 4 (Unas?), Pr 3i 7 (|| id.). o. remember sins, (1) to repent of them Dt 9' ( + rDETT^N, sq. cl. with -IBfc-nN), elsewh. only Ezek., usu. c. ace. Ez 16 61 (+^331), v 63 (obj. not expressed), 20 43 36 21 ; (2) to renew and repeat them Ez 23", neg. v 27 . d. esp. remember the dealings of ' expressed in great variety of terms in ace, Dt7 18 8 2 24 s 32 7 (|| pa), Is 46' 63 11 + 77 12 Qr (Kt Hiph. q.v.) v 12 105 5 143 s (|| TO, nni'B'K) iCh 16 12 ; negatively,Is43 18 (||«:3nn W), Ez 16 2243 ^ 78" 106 7 Ne 9 17 (|| VW*? «W) ; obj. cl. with '3 esp. D, Dt 5 16 15 1 ' 5 16 12 24 18 - 22 yjr 78 s5 . 2. remember persons (human subj.), a. to their advantage: — sq. ace. Gn 40 14 (E),v 23 (E; neg., || nat?), 1 S 25 31 . b. to make use of them (ace.) Na 2 6 . c. their acts (ace), to their advantage 2 Ch 24 s2 , to their disadvantage 2 S i9 20 (neg.); to take vengeance Dt 25 17 . d. re- member human obligations, ace. rei : D^nK TV^3 Am i 9 ; cf. perh. Est 2 1 (ace. pers. and also of deed); neg. Ec 9 15 (ace. pers.), yjr i09 16 (sq. TVpy lDn). 3. remember / ' 1 : a. call him to mind TO

TO

S 14 11 (i.e. recall a specific command of his). 

b. recall, and (esp.) keep * m mind Dt 8 18 Je 5 1 50 Is 64 4 (||pix nb'V), Ez 6 9 Zc io 9 Jo 2 e f 42 7 6 3 7 (|| runs), 77 4 Ne4 8 ; negatively Ju 8 34 Is 17 10 (opp. not?), 57" (|| #-|>y ntpB' >6); cf. also ^X"p3~)"lX t Ec 12 1 , and (no obj. expressed) ^ 2 2 28 ( + '> ^S me^l) ; remember '""'a name ^ 1 1 9 s5 . 4. remember: a. words of Moses Jos r 13 (D) Mai 3 s3 ; '»'s instructions through prophet Is 44" 46 48 (1| 3^> by M'tin), also Mi 6 5 (sq. cl. with fie), b. commandments of A (so as to do them) Nu 15 39 (P, or H), v 40 (P; + DrVBW), * i03 18 ( + Dm'B'yS), H9 5! (D , t3St?D); his covenant 1 Ch 16 15 . 5. think of or on, call to mind something present or future ; — sq. ace, issue of conduct IS47 7 , Ea I 9 (end of Jerusalem); fight with crocodile Jb 40 32 ; obj. a general truth, prosperity of wicked Jb 21 6 (obj. not expr.); (fleeting) days of life Ec 5 19 ; (coming) days of darkness, 1 1 8 ; a duty Jb 36 s4 (sq. cl. with "'I). 6. remember a day, to observe, commemorate it:— day of Exodus Ex ^(J) Dt 16 3 ; sabbath Ex 20 8 (E; || nc'e> Dt 5 12 ). 7. remember, with implied mention of, obj. "' Je 20 9 (|| ieB>3 "Q'n); " KEPO 23 s6 . IX. Subj/^DTPK). 1. remember persons : a. individuals, with kindness, granting re- quests, protecting, delivering etc., c. ace. pers.. Gn 30 22 (E), 1S1" (opp. rati), v 19 , Jn 16 28 (sq. W 1 )); Je J 5 15 (II "O??), f 106 4 (|| id.), Jb 14 13 ( + pn >b Wtin), also Gn 8 1 (P), 19 29 (P); neg. + 88 6 (|| TO? TTO); sq. b pers. ^ 25 7 (yet cf. Che); sq. ace. rei + p pers. (dat. commod.) Ne j.19 jgi4.j2.3i_ j_,_ individuals, to punish, sq. p pers. Ne6 14 13 25 . c. his servants, people, the afflicted, (graciously) sq. b Ex 3 2 13 (JE), Dtg 27 1// 136 23 ; sq. ace. f 9 13 (opp. rDE>), 74 s 115" (sq. I"?.??); cf. Je 3 1 20 (T31 TB»). d. his land Lv 26 42 (H), and neg. La 2 1 (his footstool), e. mankind /c 8 5 (|| IpQ). 2. a. remember the distress of his servants, La3 19 (sq. cl. with ne), 5 1 (H IHT? ? , ?l'). b. their devotion, ace, ^ 20 4 Je2 ; (+p pers.), j/ 132 1 ( + j'd.); sq. cl. with "lEW DN 2 K 20 3 =Is 38 s . c. their intercession Je 18 20 (sq. inf. c. sf.) 3. a. remember his own covenant (with them), ace, Gn 9 1516 Ex 2 24 6 s5 (all P), Lv 2 6 4242 (H, as also) v 48 ( + P pers.) ; Je 14 21 ( + -iorr^), Ez 16 60 + 105 8 , cf.'v 42 (obj. ti-p r na-l), and 1 19 49 Ne i 8 , f 106 45 ( + P pers.), in 5 , b. his mercy, etc., ace, ty 25 s 98' 2 Ch 6 42 ; also Hb 3 2 . C. extenuating circumstances, sq. cl. with "3, Jb 7 7 io 9 ^ 78 39 103 14 (IttT be- thinketh him, Che, cf. De Kb* 2 * 14 Ba NBm ); also V^ 48 (sq. ^S + epex. cl. with fie). 4. re- member sins, idolatries etc., sq. ace, Ho 7 2 8" (Ihpa), 9 9 (|| id.), Je i 4 10 (|| id.); neg. Je 44" (|| vb by rby), is 43 s5 6 4 8 * 2 5 7 79 8 (+ p P ers.) ; sq. p Je 31 34 ; also (obj. reproach) i/' 74 1822 89"; and (obj. day of Jerusalem) jr 137 7 ( + Di-IK '33p, i. e . against them). Miph. P/

mpl. consec. DFn2iJi Nu io 9 ; Impf. 3 ms. "Or 

Je n 19 + ; 3 fs. "VW Ez 25 10 , (13JP1 Ex 34" rd. "I3jn v. 1?T); 2 'fs. npW Is a3 " Ez 2 i s7 ;

mpl. TOf Ho2 19 +; 3 f P L rrj-ojn Is 65" + ; 

T P3jri Ez'3 20 ; /to/ cs<r. sf. D3-13Jn T Ez2i 29 (om. © Co); Pt. pi. Dn|]3 Est 9*.— 1. be brought to remembrance, remembered, thought of usu. 0. neg. :— - a. in general, subj. Baalim Ho 2 19 (+ D ?f 3 ), cf. Zc 13 2 (||nnDK); former heaven and earth Is 65 17 (||aij by rby); (wicked) dead Jb 24 20 (|| lfirDB* v a ); coral (not to be thought of [others, be mentioned] in comparison with wisdom) Jb 28 18 ; of attention paid to Tyre under fig. of harlot Is 23 16 (opp. nratii). b. brought to r ^'s remembrance, subj. the people, (1) with gracious result Nu io 9 (P; '1 >}£sb, || Dn?E>i:»); (2) for judgment Ez 21 29 (om. , ?tl IS49 1 ; 2 ms. sf. is. 'Wpjni consec. Gn 40"; Impf. 3 ms. T , 3£ Is i 9 »{ 1 s ". T31K Ex 20 24 + , etc.; Imv. ms. sf. 1 s. ^TStn Is 43 s6 ; mpl. tWp|n Isi2 4 Je4 16 ; Infcstr.^^b) 2 Si8 ,8 +; sf. 3 ms. VVJffl| 1 S 4 18 ; sf. 2 inpl. D?"OP Ez 2 1 29 (cf. Sta' 245 ' Kb* 29 - 11 ); Pt. ">*|JP Gn 41'+, etc.; fs. r0.3]C Nu5 15 ; — 1. cause to remember, remind, e ace pers. Is 43 s6 . 2. cause to be remembered, keep in remembrance, e ace rei, a person's name 2 S 18' 8 ^45 18 ; of '», causing his name to be remembered, by some token, Ex 20 24 (JE). 3. mention, a. sq. ace pers. Gn 40 14 (E ; sq. ~7*J pers.), '=call upon Is 62", name of "» 26 13 49 1 (|| 'Jtnp), name of other gods, neg., Ex 23 13 (JE ; || yo^); S q. nti? Am 6 10 , cf. i/a 20 8 (De Che al. boast of praise, © -Dt

TO! Iifyaw6ria6fi(6a, whence Hup Bae prop. "^??? = we dis2>lay strength), neg. Jos 23 7 (D; ||nS iy"3tyn), so ta-ib" vfoa Is 4 8' (||D#$ iryafan). b. sq. ace. rei : faults Gn 41 9 (E), the ark 1 S4 18 , land of Judah Is 19 17 , Rahab (= Egypt) ^87 4 , works of ^77 12 (Kt, Qr Qal q.v.), his righteousness ^7i 16 ,lovingkindness, IS63 7 ; human love Ct i 4 ; also in technical sense, apparently = accuse before God, alw. sq. pV, iKij 18 Nu 5 15 (P) Ez 2 1 28 v 29 (sq. nibra DySffc), 29 16 . c. sq. cl., with '3 Is 12 4 ; no conjunction Je4 16 (? indir. obj.; || llPDB'n). d. abs. commemorate, praise 1 Ch 16 4 CC 1 ?, appar. Levitical function, sq. TKTth bbnb) TYTnnbi), so pei-h. also"V3}np in titles yfr 38 1 7o 1 (others sub5). 4. record, only pt. I'STD as subst. (title of public officer)=recorder 2S8 16 20 24 1 K4 3 2K i8 ,8 - 37 = Is 3 6 322 , 1 Ch 1 8 15 2 Ch 34 s . 5. of sacrifice, make a memorial, i. e. offer an '"H31N q.v.; sq. nja'p Is66 3 .— JPPeters JBL • ls>3 • ,I "• 58 ids. -TS7N i^42 5 (v. Qal I. 1), 'let me make my azkara, and pour out libation for (vJj) my life.' -I- [*"OJ] n.pr.m. only "OJ 1 Ch 8 31 (© Za X ou^) = .T-|3] 9 3 ' q.v. (cf. Ph. n.pr. n3l). 11. "OT n.m. Ex 17 14 , vid. following. ' "OT n-m.* 9,7 remembranoe, memorial (cf. Hpt H»;.n»»j_/ t abg ^ IIj4> cgtr Dt2 5 19 + ; "OT cstr. Ex 17 14 van d. H ; sf. *}?! Ex 3 15 , 1131 Is 2 6 8 +, in.3] f 6 6 , VO] Ho i2 6 + , CTJ31 Dt 3 2 M + : — 1 . remembrance, memory : a. of per- sons or people, blotted out by their destruction, Ex 17 14 (E; c. nno)=Dt 25 19 , Dt 3 2 26 (rraefnj ^ 34 17 109 15 (both man), f g 7 (I2it), Jb i8 17 (•««; ||DE*), Is 2 6> 4 (TDK); cf. on other hand D?iV 1 as portion of righteous. b. of '« ^ 6 6 102 13 (|| nns = mni). c . of *» 's character and works V'SO 5 97 12 1 1 1 4 . d. remembrance of par- ticular days, i.e. their observance Est 9™ ('!?? D^Bn). 2. memorial, by which one is re- membered : a. nearly=K7, n3"i3? p^X 1 P r io 7 (||Dg*), cf. also Ec 9 s (c. rotrjj; esp. of '*■ Ex 3 16 (E), Ho 12 6 Is 26 s V 135" (all || D?). b. = renown (of Israel) Ho 14 8 (cf. VB). T"OT n.m. & adj. male (As. zikaru, zikru, COT GlM, Lyon """"^ G " > " ; Ar. jft ; Aram. W^jj , lis?; Sab. Di[3]l DHM 2 """'"; relation to above v obscure; male as mentioned, talked of, Lane 9691 ; fr. assumed orig. sense be sharp (traces of this in Arab.: v. Lane), Bo Prob207 Fl in ChWB'- 422 , cf. Ar. JS i male organ; Schwally ZAWim.mn. fr ^ = caU up(m ;„ wors hi p; hence male as competent to worship) — alw. abs. ' Gn »*+; pl.Dn3j(n)Exi3 ls + ; vid. also [TOt] :— . subst. male, offspring of men and animals Ex i 3 1215 (pi., both JE); opp. fUj» Dt 4 16 ; specif. 1. of men: a. in phr. n^T N? lE'X -13T 33E>»? B"N Ju 21 12 (Bu* 8153 Dr ,Dtr - 1 "), cf. v", Nu3i 1718 - 33 (all 3 P); 13T *0?X Ez i6 17 . b. alone = man Je 30 6 (13t "l.^"DN 1*1, |p35); usu. coll., men, male persons (of all ages) Ju 21" 1 K ii 15 - 16 , Gn 34 25 Lv 6 1122 7" Nu i"°- B 3 ».*.» l8 io 26 „ 2 3I -. 17 ( all P ). pl> nn3 ^ n ) 2 Cn " Ezr8 3 - 4 - 6 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9101u213 ' 4 , so also Jos 5 4 (||-b ayn, and ncn^on 'e-JN-b), 1 7 2 (gloss 1 cf. Dr imr. 104^ . eg p_ £ individ., in connex. with cir- cumcision Gn I 7>»->2-U-2> 34 15.22.24 £x , ,,48 ^ p). of male child Lv 12 2 (P) Is 66"; opp. n3|M Gn i 27 5 3 Lv 12 7 (child) 1 5 s3 2 7 3 - 5 - 6 - 7 Nu 5 3 (ail P ; cf. Sab. D-(3)T INS DfON DHM ,C ); opp. H^N in command ag. sodomy LV18 22 2o' 3 (both H). . of animals, esp. for sacrifice Ex 34 19 (JE ; rd. -Ojn for MT 13JJ1) ; Ex 12 5 Lv i 310 4° (all P) 22 19 (H), Mali 14 ; opp. TOjM Gn 6 19 7 3918 Lv 3 16 (all P). II. adj. sg. male (only human beings) 1 *3 iffy Je 20 15 ; t 133-^3 Ku 3 40 - (both P). t [^l3f] n.m. male, i.q. 131, but only c. sf.; —coll. T)O f$y Ex 23 17 = 34 s3 (both JE),=Dt 16 16 , of attendance at feasts; Pni3]"iJ3 (of city refusing terms of peace) Dt 20 13 commanded to be slain (opp. D^n, IJWJ, etc., v 14 ). t-^Tirt n.pr.m. © Z<^pfi, Zaxp«, etc., exc. as below : — 1. a Reubenite 1 Ch 27 16 . 2. a Ju- dahite 2 Ch 17 16 . 3. Levites: a. Ex 6 21 (P). b. 1 Ch 2 6 25 . c. an Asaphite 1 Ch 9 16 ||Ne 1 1 17 where rd. 'IST (for '131, q.v.); cf. also infr. "A3T 3 b. 4. a priest Ne 12 17 (®L Zaxaptas). Benjamites : a. 1 Ch 8 19 . b. v 2 . d. Ne 1 1*. 6. father of a captain in Je- hoiada's time 2 Ch 23 1 (© Zaapia, ©L Z«xpi). 7. mighty man of Ephraim 2 Ch 28 7 (© 'EfexP", ©L Za%aptas). " n.pr.m. ® Zcucxvp, Za^ovp, etc.: — 1. a Reubenite Nu I3 4 (P). 2. a Simeonite iCh4 26 . 3. Levites: a. 1CI124 27 . b. an Asaphite I Ch 25 s (Saicxovs), v'° (Za X xov8), Ne 12 35 (ZaKxovp), cf. ,- i3)T supr. 3 c. c. Ne io 13 cf. 13 13 . 4. companion of Ezra, Ezr 8" Qr (Kt ^3T, cf. supr. p. 256 a). 5. contemp. of Nehemiah, Ne 3 s . t^,f»3t prat

¥* n.m. memorial, remem- brance (cf. Lg BJil99 - 2, >°)— abs. fnS[ Jos4 7 + ; p?! Ex 2 8 ,21 - a ; cstr. frO Eci" + 2 t.; sf. ^"Ol Is 57 8 ; pi. ni:i3?n Est 6' ; sf. D3NP3! Jb 1 3 12 ;— 1. memorial, reminder: a. memorial-day Ex 1 2 U (P). b. memorial-usage Ex 1 3" (JE). c. memorial-objects, altar-platesNu 1 7 5 (P); stones in Jordan Jos 4 7 (JE) ; crowns in temple Zc 6 14 ; 't in Is 57* is symbol of strange god (Di), or perh. pballus-image, as sign of harlot (Che), cf. > Du (who prop, P" 1 ?? , from "UT). d. memorial- record ; in a book Ex 1 7 14 (E); cf. J^Qt 1SD Mai 3", BTO nan ntfOft 'D Est 6'; memorial, as proof of citizenship Ne 2 20 (||P^D, n ^V); re- minder of Israel," 1 ^eb, of B^Wpn t)D3 Ex 3 o 16 j spoils of war NU31 54 ; inscribed stones of ephod Ex 28 1229 , called t '33« v 12 = 39 7 ; blowing of trumpets Nu io 10 (foregoing all P), cf. fro) n^rvi Lv 23" (H; where, however, no '< ^Q?, v.Di); P"Ut(n) ftfBB Nus 1518 (P); memorial- sentence, apophthegm* Jb 1 3 1 '. 2. remembrance Ec 1" (cstr. before prep. Ges }1S01 ), v" 2 16 . farm?*, oftener Tt^Si n.pr.m. (Sab. 5*"OT DHM* 1 * 1 "' 8 )® Za X ap t a( S ), etc. :— 1. innar, king of Isr., son of Jerob. II, 2 K 15 8 = TTOt 14 29 15 11 . 2. VfOt, father of Heze- kiah's mother 2 Ch 29' = nnar 2 K 18 2 . 3. limaf, contemporary of Isaiah Is 8 2 . 4. liT"OT, a Reubenite 1 Ch 5 7 . 5. rmaf, a Benjamite I Ch 9 37 (® Zaxapia, A Zaxxovp ®L Zf^pfi) = -OT 1 Ch 8 31 (v. 1. [13J]). 6. Wh», a Manas- site I Ch 27 21 (® Za/38«ov, ®L Za X apwv). 7. WXSt, a son of Jehoshaphat 2 Ch 2 1 2 . 8. mat, a captain of Jehosh. 2 Ch 17 7 . 9. OTT3T, teacher of Uzziah 2 Ch 26 s . 10. Levites, WOU a. 1 Ch I5 18 = nn3r v 20 , 1 6 s . b. i Ch 24 s5 . c. i Ch 2 6 2U . d. 1 Ch 26". e. 2 Ch

14 . f. 2 Ch 29 13 (@ 'Afapiat, A Za^aptaf, so 

®L). nnar: g. 1 Ch 9 21 . b. 2Ch 34 12 . i. an Asaphite Ne 12 35 . 11. priests, irmar: a. CI115 24 . b. 2Ch 3 5 8 . nnar: c. 2Ch 24 20 (® 'Afrptav ; @L Za^apiai- ; prob. referred to Matt 23 s5 , where appar. confusion with f). d. Ne ri". e. Ne 1 2 41 . f. the well-known prophet Zc i 1 - 7 7 1 - 8 Ne 1 2 16 [cf. Aram. Ezr 5 1 6 14 ]. 12. returned exiles, mat: a. Ezr 8 3 and perh. v 16 , cf. Ne 8 4 . b. Ezr 8 U (® 'Afapiar, A Zaxaptas, so ©L). c. Ezr io 26 . d. a man of Judah Ne II 4 . 6. id. Ne 1 1 5 (® etfiia, tf Qr)btia, A Za*a- piov, so ®L). tm3TM a-f- memorial-offering, only P (an Aram. inf. form; cf. Ba 1 " 590 Sta' 244 )— abs. 'N LV24 7 ; sf. nn-JSIK Lv2 2 + 5 t.;— used of the frankincense burned for the shew-bread nn"ll "b ntiS 'wi> arm Lv 24 7 ; elsewh. alw. after "VtJpn, only c. sf., referring to nn?D Lv 2 2 - 816 6 8 NU5 26 ; of the meal used as DSBPI by the very poor Lv 5 12 ; alw. connected with fl#K, exc. Lv 6 8 Nu 5*. "CSftD a.m. recorder, v. "OT Hiph. fcwT (v of foil.; meaning unknown). tn^Vr n -Pr-m. a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 18 (® Zapcta, A EfXia, ©L 'IffeXia). J 7T (Ar. y^ glide, slip; of arrow, skim, slide along; ^ij* a kind of latch, sliding bolt; Aram. 3?J is pour forth (tears), flow down. T37TT3 n.m. appar. a sacrificial implement, three-pronged fork tt&fo tihf 'EH 1 s 2 13 , cf. v 14 (v. Dr Smpp - 23,291 ). t[ n i*;}P] »■[*■] id., only pi. nibren Ex 3 8 3 Nu 4"; TfO^ffO 1 Ch 28 17 2 Ch 4 16 ; sf. WJJjjd Ex 27'; — a sacrificial implement, belonging to altar in tabernacle, Ex 27' 38' NU4 14 (all P); belonging to temple 1 Ch 28 17 2 Ch 4 16 . fl- [ ' /J] vb. shake (Ar. °Jj slip, JTjjjk agi- tate, shake; JjJjJ' be agitated, quake, esp. of earth-quake) — Niph. Pf. W3 shake, quake Is 63 19 of mts. at v s presence (Ges De Che Di Du; ® 93 as if fr. ?T3 flow down); so 64 s (but here prob. not original Che Di Du); read *?t3 likewise Ju 5 s (© Thes Stu Be Bla MV SS ; MT «%, fr. bn). '[?27l] *•{■*•] (quivering) tendrils; — only pi. tendrils of vine D^t^L 1 Is 1 8 5 (|| Htt^Upp^ in fig. of Yahweh's destroying the Assyrians. fll. [77?]vb. 1. be light, worthless, 2. make light of (As. zaldlu, be in ruins, COT 010 " (Asm stindard Ioscr - 15 ), Ar. ji = Aram. ^.? (rare), ]L^.? easy ; but ??1,^.5', are more common (all intrans.))— Qal only Ft. act. bfyft Dt 2i 20 + 2t.; H^iT La i 1 '; pi. ofyb Pr 2 8 7 , cstr. jfr Pr 2 3 !0 — 1. be worthless, insignificant Je 15 19 (opp. 1JJJ) La i 11 (of Jerusalem in distress). 2. trans, make light of=be lavish with, squander (cf. 11. i"rt), esp. of gluttony IBO 't Pr 23 20 (|| |5 ^a'D), abs. v 21 Dt2 1 20 (both || N?b), Pr 2 8 7 . rfo 273 Hiph. Pf. sf. W^W La i" causat. of Qal 1 make light of despise (opp. 1??); on form cf. Ges'"'"- 8 RobGes, MV SS (> assigned to i>«  by Thes Ko* u "). tp?t n.f. worthlessness, only tt?T D"|3 D"JK V.?^ [van d. H. Jflty] f 1 2 9 cf. De & Che •*■ "•

    • |J/7T (quadrilit. vof foil.; v. reff. infr.)

T PTCy - T n.f. raging heat (on format, cf. Ges^^Ol* 186 * 1 ' 2 )— 'r f 1 19 53 ; pi. abs. rtmfy +11*1 cstr. niS^t La 5 10 ;— 1. of fever heat of famine 3JH 1 La 5 10 . 2. of burning wind

nn ^ 1 1 6 (in fig. of '**B judgment, with tW, 

rinsa). 3. fig. of zeal "mm t ^ „ 9 a. PHf (/of foil.; Thes comp. Aram. *£] Pa. drop, drip; cf. q^; ; also NH *$> sprinkling, la^Lt dropping, pouring, iiJT a/uZZ 6010Z, etc.) t HE - T n.pr.f. Leah's maid, one of Jacob's t : * wives, mother of Gad and Asher Gn 29 s4 30'- '""(all J), 35 26 3f 4 6 18 (allP). t UOf vb. oonsider,purpose, devise(Aram. DOT in der. conjj.; cf. Ar. lj speak, talk (rare); Aram. ») is sonuit, resonavit, the n. pftjJH is tinnitus, sirepitus) — only Qal Pf. DDT Dt i 9 19 + 2t; DOT Laz 17 ; HOOT Pr 31 16 ; rfeT Pr 30 32 ; Tl'OT Je 4 28 but also 'ROOT Zc 8 1416 ; ^n'ST + 1 7 3 either belongs here with irreg. accent (v. De), or is Inf. after anal, of n"? e. g. nisn cf. 7 7 10 (Hi Ei) ; Che crit "' rds. 'TOT ; 1DDT ^31"; Impf 1Dr r Gn 1 1 6 (Ges ' "■ R u ) ; on poss. Inf. fa y)r 17 3 v.supr.; Pt. DOT ^37 12 ; — 1. consider, fix thought upon, c. ace. of concrete obj. rnb> Pr 3 1 18 . 2 . purpose, devise : a. esp. of Yah weh's purpose in punishment Je 4 s8 (abs.), 51" sq. n'B>3> + acc. (||nsnp), La 2 17 (sq. -IB&) Zc 1 1 (c. ISkO sq. inf.), S u '(id.); of blessing only 'fiaP J3 3'C'nis VIDDT Zc 8 15 (opp. v"). b. of evil pur- pose of wicked men n&h 'P nt?K Gn 1 1 6 Dt 19" (c. TflO + inf.), f 31 1 * (sq. inf.); abs. Pr 30 32 ( || i?33), + 1 7 3 have I (i. e. if I have) devised evil (so De); sq. ? pers. (= against) V'37 12 . t[D?3Tj n.[m.] plan, device (bad sense), only iOO]V MO 9 (II 5, ? h r ^ D )- ti. HT2T n.f. plan, device, wickedness — abs.'r Lvi8 17 +I7t.; cstr.riBT Pr24»+2t.; sf. ^insTEz i6 58 + 3t; nrriBTEz 23 4849 ; pl.niOT is 3 2 7 , sf. ,r )teT Jbi7"; — 1. plan, purpose Jb 17* ; else- where always 2. in' bad sense : a. evil device Is 32 7 (c. yv, sq. bn^); n))tt npT, p r 24'; cf. +

1 9 150 . b. wickedness in act 'f D'cy 
10 (|pny), 

Ho 6 9 (where murder in context), Pr io 23 21" cf. Now. Esp. c. of unchastity : incest Lvi8 17 20 1414 , licentiousness 19 s * (all H), Ju 20* (ll n ?W)> adultery Jb 31 11 ; freq. (mostly Ez) metaph. of idolatry of people under fig. of har- lotry and adultery Je 13 27 (^n«T HOT), Ez 16 27 (tot tirrn), v 43 - 58 (both || najTin), 22 9 (c. nfcy), v" (iron nob, || najnn), 23 2l - 27 (||?irvvT), v**(nrj*" i|WJJ0 tppj) , n^wT),v 35 (||^!n«TPi),v 44 ( / in nUAjt, Co 'r mb^), v 48 - 48 - 49 (|| [J&WJ ^pn), 24 13 . [in Ez 1 6 VM 2 4 13 del. Co, chiefly on intern, grounds.] fir. nQT n.pr.m. of several Levites (Ger- shonites)— 1. 1 Ch 6 5 . 2. 1 Ch 6 s7 . 3. 2 Ch 2 9 12 . Tn?31Q n.f. purpose, discretion, device (Je andWfcsdLt), HSTD Jb 4 2 2 +5t.; nrnsttpn Je 11 15 (but rd. for D"3! 'on with ® nbTOn Dn^|]);i r )PTDJe5 I 11 ;pl.abs.niOT0^3 7 7 + 7t.; cstr. id. Je 23 20 3o 24 ; sf. WtoTD ^ io 4 ;— 1. of '*'& purposes Jb 42 2 ; chiefly in punishment (cf. DDT, HOT) Je23 20 3 o 24 5i 11 (|| DDT v 1J ). 2. power of devising, discretion Pr i 4 (||nS , !),2 11 (||fWOn),

2> (i| n»^n), 5 2 (l|ny^) ,- niDTD njn 8 12 . 3. a. evil 

thoughts of men jt io 4 , evil devices of men Jb 2 1 27 (HnUETID), f io 2 21' 2 (both c. 3t?n). t,. wickedness in act Je 11' 5 ^37" (both c. <^V), 139 20 nSTDp = wickedly; — note phrases: B^X niDTD a man of (evil) devices (or practices) Pr

2 (opp. ato) 14 17 ; niDTD-i>y3 p r 24 8 (||3t? ! nD 

V$$ ; v. h»> tn^TSTQ^ n.pr.gent. said to be a name given to D'XBT by the Ammonites who dis- possessed them Dt 2 20 (cf. Ar. lj_.j talk gib- berishf), ® Zoxofiniv, Zo^fo/i/jfii/, and Zo^fuiv (so ©L); cf. Gn 14 5 DW q.v. (® 10*, 'ur X vpa). t [Ol] vb. (Aram, and late) only Pu. P<. be fixed, appointed, of time (Ar. J^.; continue, Aram. Pa. |OT, ^£11 summon to fixed time or place,invite,appoint ; cf. |0]infr.) — D^DTD D'Jiy Ezr io 14 Ne io 35 ; ni3DTD ; V Ne 13 31 . tjTOT n.m. (late) appointed time, time (Ar. £ij, Eth. HodI: BAram. ft JDT, but Syr. Us), Mand. XJ3'T, Sam. iaA^, Palm. N33T, cf. Reckendorf 2 " 01888 ' 394 )— sg. JOT Ne 2" Ec 3 1 ; sf. -rat

rmoi D|8]31 Est 9 s7 , Dn>3Cta v 31 (on Dagh. cf. Ges fl. [*1£2T] vb. only Pi. make music in praise of God (), only poet. (Ar. J!iT fife, 7>7ayonareed; Aram. iit,"iBlandderiv.; Eth. H«n>£; in der. conjj.; on an orig. mng. hum, murmur cf. H U p ZK "" l .( 18 *» 3 " ff| ».>s9ff- j,jFMim.Eini. » 7 - 2 De 4 on ^ 3) — Pi. Im P f. 3 ms. sf. V®?. >/«■ 30"; 1 s. lEWt Ju 5 3 2 S 22 60 ; n-JBW(l) ^ 7 18 +' 7 t, .Tip! * i8 M + 3 t.; sf. 11BW ^ 57 10 108 4 , ?$ ^ 131 1 ; 3 mpl. visr ^'66 4 149 3 ; v-ran + 66*; 1 pi. .TJBU ,/, 2 1 14 ; ZnwMnpl. n»l ^' 9 12 + i4t.,riB!^ 47 "; /^/ibt^,^ 2 , nitpt^^v 1 ; — ma/ce music, melody (only ^^, exc. Ju 5 3 Is 12 5 ); — 1. of singing to (?) God (Yahweh) Jus 3 ^ 27" id 1 104 s3 io5 2 =i Ch 16 9 (all ||TS? vb.), 1//9 12 30 5 (both ||Vrf.l), 47 7 («?|>»|>), 66 4 71 s5 (with tj^ nann), 75 >» (||T3n), 146 2 (|| 7?n); sq. "!>« 59 18 ; to his name DB>7, ^ i8 50 =2 S 22 s0 (||-pix), * 9 2 2 (ll n *% i_35 3 (Ih^n); sq. Bf. = 8ing thee, f raise thee in song (r 30 13 57 10 108 4 138 1 (all ||"plN); sq. ace '» Is 12 5 , 0V17K ^•47 7 , OTPK M7 1 , WH eS^dl Wt?), sq. tof 7 18 (11 mw), 9 3 61 9 66 4 68 s (||rw); sq. lBf 1133 66 s , "imi33 2 1 14 (||nTtM); sq. ace. of the song, ^3'^P ^47 8 (v. 'b sub 73tf); abs. 57 s (|| rrVB>K), 98 4 (||«nn, WUffl, UJ1), io8 2 (||,TT'B'N;. instrumental accomp. v 3 ; cf. also v 4 sufr.). 47 7 ' 7 . 2. of playing musical instruments 17TIB1 ~W]) 7333 ^ 33 2 (|pi333"i7 1Tin),cf. l44 9 (l|n">B ; N); T n-l»?K 11333 i? 7 I 22 (|| ^35"633 flNf) ; "11333 "11333 "7 T mot Spi 9 8 6 ; -11333 'K7 'r i47 ; (||min3 'h up); 17-TiDr - nn? 149 3 (|| ?inoa ibb> 177.T). •j-i. !"n?2T n.f. melody, song, in praise of '•<— abs. 't * 8 1 3 + 2 t. ; m T B1 Ex 1 5 2 + 1 1 8 14 Is 12 2 , rd-^n-lBI (v. Di El 88); cstr.mBT Am tf 3 , on Gn 43 11 v. infr.; — 1. of instrumental music ^33 mail Am 5 23 (T^ pen). 2. of sing- ing T 71pl miPI IS51 3 ; as subject of song *?V WJ T'l^n (so rd.) Ex 15 2 Is 12 2 V 1 18". 3. not clearly determined D<5>3 1133 »|hlCUp rW^

733-DV V 81 3 ; 'T 71p1 "11333 98 s (cf. III. "1BT a'd

fin.).— On r>X n n-yym Gn 43" v. It. .TIBt infr. mnt v. 1. mot. t : • : ' ti- h^j] n.m. 1 ' 26 - 5 song (cf. Ba NB136 )— cstr. TO Is 25 s ; pi. abs. nilBl Jb 35'°+ 2 t., niB1Is24 16 ; cstr. rtlD] 2 S 23 1 ; — sorajr D'P? 7tO'B» n^B] 2S23 1 in'epith. of David; Jb 35 10 Is 24 16 ; of (hostile) song of triumph "VDT DT^V Is 2 5 5 (II QV ^ P"!?); son g > n P raise of "* 17 nvnj ni-iBia ^ 9 5 2 (|imin), cf. f|rj '7 wi 't

1 9 M , i. e. they are the subject of my song. — 

On Ct 2 12 v. 11. TBI sub II. "1BT. T"VICTp n.[m.] melody (techn. design, of psalms; cf. Hup p " ta - I " 1 » 7 ' 2 De 4 on f 3, Bae p«.m.„.x U i.j^r Ij j J c « SOJl i j ao-Hav-C: loan-wds, all = Psalm(s) ; on 'B, in relation to n7nn cf. Lg 0ril - S2f -), always in this form; in 57 V'-titles: — 'D alone ^98', I13^n DV7 "^ 'B 92 1 , iTlinp "a ioo 1 ; usu. with pers. name or title ; "•n? ' D ^3' 15 1 23 1 29 1 63 1 141 1 143 1 , 'b tb» iri7 108 1 , "I'jijn^ nn7 'b 38 1 , nun njjrp^ 'b nn? 30 1 , 'b 1H7 24 1 101 1 no 1 , TY17 'b ns3b^

1 19 1 20 1 21 1 31 1 41 1 51 1 64 1 140 1 ; • . . DS3B^> 

1H7 'B 4 1 5 1 6 1 8 1 9 1 12 1 22 1 39 1 62 1 , 'Bns3B^ tb' ~vb 65 1 , 'b nnb nx3B7 40 1 109 1 139 1 , TB> 'B 1117 nX3B7 68' ; also simply "P& 'B ri!f3B^ ^67', 'B •*# m±b 66 1 ; but also -J37 '8 TB? mp f 48 1 , 1^ '» T^njaji 87 i ; nnp , n? ' TB? in-nsn fB'n!> 7"|^ . . . ns^ 88 1 , "'is? ns36b 'b mp 47 1 49 1 85 1 , 'b mp->337 . . . nX3B7 84 1 ; further ^10^^ '» ^ 50 1 73 1 79 1 82 1 , f)DN7 'O TB' 83 1 , TB> »|DN7 'B . . . riS3B^i 75' 76', . . . nS3c6 'B epK? 77 1 80 1 . [Summary: — 'b in 34 V'V with D!?3B?, of wh. 23 have 111? also, 5 mp ^ also, 4 f|DX7, and 2 no n.pr.; in addit., in 13 ijfjf with 1117, 2 with mp »U7, 5 with eiDX7 J in only 3 without either n.pr. or title ; 'b is preceded by "Vl? 5 t., and foil, by "VC* 8 t] II. [1QT] vb. trim, prune (NH id.; rela- tion to v I. obscure) — Qal Imff. 2 ms.ltow Lv 25 34 of pruning a vineyard (D13 ; H). Niph. /m?'/ ">5^ Is 5 6 6e^TOW€rf, subj. DfJS (|plV).). fn. "l^Dt n.[m.] trimming, pruning (cf. Lg BS173 )— only TW ny Ct2 12 (> others sing- ing). — 1. "VBt v. sub I. 1BT supr. im'TOt n.[f.] branch, twig, shoot — abs. 'r Nu iV, n Ez8 17 15 2 ; cstr. mb) Is 17*; sf. Dnpta] Na 2 3 ; — branch of grape-vine Nu 1 3 s3 (JE), Ez 15 2 ; branch, twig (Co ReissigbiindeV) used in idolatrous worship DBSOX 'in Ez 8 17 (v. Sm and most), but custom obscure (v. Da), and txt. dub.; It mb} (cf. Ew 188 ") Is if twigs of a strange one (i.e. of a strange god) fig. of idolatrous cults adopted by Isr.; '? pi. in fig. of Israelites Na 2 3 . mom 275 ' [mOTO] n.f. pruning-knife, only pi. nnprea b^b niai is 18 5 ; rrtneiob i g2 4 Mi 4 3 (both llowi)); n^nippi J04 1 (||oyw)> t [fPOTO] n.f. snuffers, as utensil of Sol.'s temple, only pi. abs. nriBtt? 2 K 12", rri-»B!»n i K 7 60 = 2 Ch 4 s2 , 2 K 25 14 =Je 52 18 . HI. "O (•/of foil.; rang, dub.; DHM in MV 10,983 comp. Ar. 'Lii thing to be protected, thing sacred, inviolable, Lane 978 , Sab. "IDT ]>ro- tect; Aram. j^£> wonder at, admire, jtlaa? mints, admirabilis, etc.; hence mot Gn 43" ' die Merkwiirdigkeiten des Landes '). fn. rV^Ot n.f. of uncertain meaning, perh. choice products (cf. DHM supr.), of various fruits, etc. P^n rntDW? Gn 43 11 ; ® oi irapwoi, so MV Str.; > music, or praise of the land, fig. for produce (Vl. IDT) Thes Tu Kn 88.— I. 'r v. sub I. nor ; in. 'l v. infr. Uncertain in deriv. are the five foil.: — t[^OT] n.[m.] a certain animal allowed as food, most prob. some kind of mountain-sheep or -goat (@ JLiI) Tjgn Dt 1 4 s . ( AV RV chamois: but see Tristram DEi8T - ) who points out that this is not a native of any Bible land.) f 1. "HOt n.pr.m. © Zap/3p(«)i — 1. a Simeon- ite Nu 2 5 !4 (P). 2. grandson of Judah 2 Ch 2 6 (app. = , ' : P! Jos 7 1 q.v.) 3. king of Isr. before Omri'i K j 6 9l » 12 151618S » 2 K 9 31 . 4. a BenjamiteiChS 36 - 31 ^ 42 - 42 . f 11. "HOt n.pr.gent. vel patr., only t ^bt? Je 25* ( + D^5? ^bo and 7» "^D) ; = 2 f/i /3 p ; T( „ in Ethiopia (Strabo""-'- 786 )? cf. Gf; om. ®; interpol. ace. to Kue Gie. f VVSl n.pr.m. son of Abraham & Keturah, © Z(( T M j/3pav Gn 2 5 2 and 1 Ch i 32 (@L here Zeftpafi). On locality referred to v. Di. t PITTST n.pr.m. a Benjamite, 1 Ch 7", © 'Apapias ; ©A, ©L Za/iapia(s). T|T n.[m.] (late) kind, sort (Aram. .), ft; -/dub.; cf. De ^ i44 13 ) — ?! ^? I!«? ^ 144' 3 from kind to kind, i.e. all sorts, kinds ; pi. D'ffl 2 Ch 16 14 (various) sorts. ^JT (/°f foil.; meaning unknown). tn^T n.m. Ju154 tail, also (fig.) end, stump (NH id., As. zibbatu Hom NS368 , Eth. HMli Ar. JJi, Aram. Uuo, N33", N331.)_' r abs. Ju n:t i5 4< +5t.; sf. i33T Jb 40' 7 ; pi. nil}] Ju 15 4 ; cstr. 11133] Is 7 4 ;— 1. a. tail of fox Ju 15 444 , of serpent Ex 4 4 (J), of hippopot. Jb 40 1 '; b. fig. of common people, opp. to rulers Is 9 13 19 15 (in both, 33t] tft, || |i»?N1 JIBS; Is 9" is incorrect gloss); of subject-people (opp. E?th) Dt28 1344 . 2. meZ, stamp (of firebrand, "HN) in metaph. Is 7 4 . t [33T] vb.denom. Pi. cut off, or smite, the tail, only fig., of hostile attack in war ; Pf consec. 2 mpl. DH3311 Jos 10 19 (sq. DON) ; Impf. 3 ms. O^C'nsrrbs '^3 3fl*J Dt 25 18 ; in both = attack or smite m <Ae rear. tnJ* vb. commit fornication, be a har- T T lot (Ar. - commit fornication, Aram. )J), Hit; cf. Eth. H"Kfc effusio seminis virilis, semen effusum, Di 1055 ; on this and H(f><D; (comp. by Ges al.) v. Prat BAS U3a - A "»-) — Qal Pf. 't Dt3i 16 , nriJT Gn38 34 +3t.,etc; Impf. fl|p (Kt) Ez 2 3 43 ; n?W Lv i9 M +4 t.; m Je3 8 Ez 23 s ; *3H« Ho 3 3 ; ^ni Je3 6 (but rd. prob. IjjJl: *?JW is no< Aram, form of 3 fs., v. Ko l ' !M Kaa" 7,, j Ez i6 15 + 4t.; 0^)m Ez 16 28 ; W (Qr) EZ23 43 ; «]>! Ju 8 s7 + 4 t.; nrJW Ho 4 13 - 14 ; n??P Ez 2 3 3 ; 7 «/ «*»• ni l Ho l2 ; cstr - n "!^ Lv 20 3 + 3 t; ni|b Lv 20 s ; sf. ^ni3]3 Ez 23 30 ; Pi.njit ^7 3 27 Ez6 9 ; nji Ho4 16 ; pl.D'3iLvi7 7 + 3t,; njit Dt23 19 +25t.; Hjl Lv2i 7 +2t.; niJit Pr 29 3 ; niit Ho 4"+ 4 1.— 1. 6« or act as a harlot, abs. Gn 3 8 24 (J),Dt 2 2 2, (D),Lv 2 i 9 (H), H04 1314 Am 7 17 ; njn+ntw(n) J0S2' 6^(3), Lv 2i 7 (H), Jun 1 i6' Pr6 M Je3 3 Ez 16 30 23"; H3iT Gn 3 4 31 3 8 15 Jos 6 ,7 - 35 (all J), Dt 23 19 Lv2i 14 (H), Pr 7 10 2 3 27 Is 2 3 16 - 16 Jo 4 3 Mi i 7 - 7 Ez 16 31 ; n«f D'BO 1 K 3 16 ; nw(l)r 1 K 22 s8 Pr 29 s Ho 3' 4 14 Ez 16 33 ; njlT 1Y2 Je 5"; commit fornication, man's act PN 't Nu 25 1 (J); of woman's act Ju 19 2 ; of a land given to harlotry Lv 19 29 . . 2. fig. 0/ improper intercourse with foreign na- tions (religious reference sometimes involved) m 't Is 23 17 ; ^m Ez 23 30 ; i>X Ez I6 28 - 38 - 28 ; irrwn t Ez 23* Na 3 4 ; 'nnn n^nx jp aOT ^ Ohola committed fornication (whilst) under me Ez 23 s (cf. Nu 5 19 ). 3. of intercourse with other deities, considered as harlotry, sts. involving actual prostitution, nn« 't Ex 34 15 - 16 Dt3i 18 (all J), Lvi7 7 20" (all H), Ju 2 17 8 2733 i Ch 5 15 Ez6 9 20 30 ; after n'3N, etc. Lv 20 6 (H), one's own heart & eyes Nu I5 39 (H); esp. of Isr., Judah, and Jerus. under fig. of lewd woman Ez i6 ls T 2 caia*

nan (abs.) v 18 (mm bv), v 17 (3 t), 2 3 SS1 » (abs.), Je 3 1 (c. ace); v 6 - 8 (abs.); abs. elsewh. H02 7 4 15 IS57 3 ^106"; as leaving ' sq. by® H09 1 ; nnXD 1"; nnno 4"; sq. |D alone + 73 s7 ; nj(l)T Je 2 20 EZ16 3541 ; njimn Jes 7 ; n;i?n Da? their whorish heart Ez 6 9 . 4. i"l3lT of moral defection Is I*. Pu. P/. 3 ms. !"I3*T X? 'H^inN fornication was not done (in going) after thee Ez i6 34 (but del. Co). Hiph. Pf. 2 ms. rnjn Ho 5 3 ; 3 pi. «]? Ho 4 1018 Ex 34 16 ; Imp/, f h 2 Ch 21 11 ; npl 2 Ch 2i is ; Inf. abs. rmn Ho 4 18 ; cs<r. nvip 2 Ch 2 1 13 ; sf. HyUHJ? Lv 19 29 . 1. cause to commit fornica- tion : a. sexual Lv 1 <f (H). b. religious Ex 34 16 (J), 2 Ch 2 1 " 1313 . 2. commit fornication: a. sexual Ho 4 10 . b. religious Ho 4 1818 5 3 . T D^aiaT n.[m.]fornication,^>/.a&s<r.irotow. (01 J2l!5 '; DI ** der. fr. ■/ pr, As. zandnw, /Zi full, cf. Dl"- 73 )— 'r Hoi s +5t., cstr. W Na 3 4 + 2 t., ^«t Ez 23 s9 , IJ^UJ Ho 2 4 Na j«. a. sexual Gn 38 24 (J) Ho 1**. b. international Na 3 44 . c. religious 2K 9 22 Ez23 11 - 29 Ho2 4 - 6 4 ,s 5 4 - +m]T n.f.abstr. fornication; — 'r Ho 4 11

10 ; sf. T|nuj J e 13 27 Ez 23 s7 ; WTO Je3 9 ; Dn«I 

Ez 43 79 ; !|*M| Je3 2 ; D3'nuj Nu 14 33 . a. sexual H04". b. international Ez 23 s7 . c. religious Nu I4 33 (J) Je3" i 3 27 Ez4 3 7 - 9 Ho 6 10 (where We Ki.proph. suggegtg yty. c f. njj 3. t[rVOW] n.f.abstr. fornication; — sf. •jnum Ez'16 20 (Kt) v 25 (Kt) v 29 ; ^Wi.Ez 16 26 ; Drvom Ez 23 s - 17 ; T]^n«iri Ez I6 15 - 3436 ; ^i^natn Ez

6 22 ; T.™Xn Ez 1 e^Qr) v 25 (Qr) v 33 2 s 29 - 35 ; Mm 

Ez 2 3 7 - 8 " 141819 - 43 . These are all international mingled with religious references. fl. ilJI vb. reject, spurn (perh. cf. As. zinU, be angry, esp. of gods Gu* 105 Zim BP23lf ) —Qal Pf. 'T Ho 8 35 La 2 7 ; fimj ^ 44 >° + 2 t.; sf. 'Jnn?] ^ 4 3 2 ; ynrot ^Go 312 108 12 ; dwui Zc io 6 ; /mp/.ra]^ 77 8La3 3 '; n?irif 44 24 + 2 t.;'— re- ject, Isr. rejects good Ho 8 3 ; Samaria's calf rejects her Ho 8 s (others make subj.; We KL Proph - rds. mm I reject), elsewh. God rejects people i^43 2 6o 3 77 8 88 ,s Zcio 6 ; nx£ ^44 M 74'; D^La 3 3, ; '? 1371X3X3 XXn t6) ^44 10 6o 12 io8 12 ; D^Bto #$J La3 17 ; king ^8 9 39 ; altar La 2 7 . Hiph. Pf. DW 2 Ch29 19 ; sf. Dnwi 2CI111 14 ; 3 pi. W3]Kn is i 9 «, v . II. rav, Impf. irnp 1 Ch 28 s ; — (late) reject (= earlier Qal), Jeroboam rejects the Levites b JH3D 2 Ch 1 1 14 ; Ahaz the sacred vessels 2 Ch 29 1 "; rejects Solomon iCh 28 s . •("II. Lrjj stink, emit stench (cf. Ar. VJJ become rancid, of oil, etc., Lane) ; — only Hiph. Pf. 3 mpl. JVnnj VTOJKn rivers stink Is 19 6 (rd. irV3tn Ges' 536 01 » 2ssi> Sta S4201 Ko 1!!93 ; but Ew

  • 1261 > De Di derive from elative TOK or ruiK).

niat n.pr.loc. 1. Zanu'a, SE. Sorea (Hob BB "- 6, Bd p *" 63 )Jo8i5 34 Ne3 13 ii 30 iCh4 18 . 2. a place in the mts. Jos 15 56 , possibly ZdnMa, SW. of Hebron, Guerin Jud4< " u - 200 Survey '"• 404 ; but Di thinks this is too far south. f [pjj] vb. only Pi. leap (NH pat cawse to spring, spurt; Aram. «aj| throw, shoot, also bind)— Impf. 3 ms. JE^n-p? p 3 £ Dt 33 s2 /te leapeth forth from Bashan (of Dan under fig. of lion's whelp). njn v. vr. mm v. nyn sub 5?«. tt : TT - t pjtt n.pr.m. a descendant (branch or tribe) of Seir (® Zov Kaf i, but Zavav @L 1 Ch I 42 ; Sam. Jjm)— Gn 3 6 27 = 1 Ch i 42 . yj7 T] vb. extinguish, only Hiph. 6«  extinguished P$) •CJ Jb 17 1 (|| n^an >mn). Elsewhere always ']jn (q.v.), and so in cogn. languages. Prob. error for 135/13. T DJ/ T vb. be indignant (cf. Aram, (rare) «Uk) blame, & n. t.>n',o) ; Ar. Icjj onomatop., of roar of camel, angry speech, v. Frey, De on ^f-)—Pf. ' Nu 2 3 8 + 3 t.; nBDJJ Zc i 12 ; Impf. DSn« Nu 23 s ; 3 pi. sf. Wlbvr Pr 2 4 24 ; Imv. nojrf NU23 7 (for HOVT Ges^ <2> ); P<. ac«. DJ?T V' 7 12 ; pass. cstr. DW} Pr 22 14 ; f. nDWT Mi 6 10 ; — 1. be indignant, have indigna- tion, of hostile prince BHip IT'ia ?5? Dn 1 1 30 ; else- where of Yahweh, who is DJJT 'i>K ^ 7 12 (|| BfW), c. ace. of enemy Is 66 14 ; cities of Judah Zc 1 12 ; people Mai I 4 ; a man Pr 22 14 . 2. express indignation in speech, denounce, curse || "13^ Pr 24 24 ; || 3J3K and TTlg Nu 2 3 7 - 8 - 8 (E); |frj nB'S HD^Vt Mi 6 10 an ephah of scantiness, denounced, or cursed. Hiph. Pt. pi. D'OVI? IM? Pr 2 5° /ace stirred with indignation. tOi'T n.xn. l81025 indignation;— '? Is 10* + 7 t.; DIN Is26 20 + 2 1.; sf. "0V1 Is io 5 + 3 t.; "mi ^102"; 10V1^38 4 69 26 ; ID?! Is 13'+ 3!;— in- dignation of men Ho 7 16 Je 1 5 17 ; elsewh. of ^ Is 26 20 30 27 Na i 6 Hb 3 12 ^ 38 4 102" Dn 1 i M ; ]«|N }nn f 69 s5 Zp 3 8 ; ||m3V ^78" Ez2i 36

31 ; || B|Vp Je io 10 V' 102 1 
  • j* Is io" 5 30 27 tpt

pat cf. 1SK DVD La 2 8 ; b]l 't IBC* i^ 69 25 Ez 2 i 36 22 31 Z p 3 s ; Dy] ^3 Is 13 s Je 50 s6 ; DVT OV Ez 22 s4 ; Dvtn nnrw Dn 8 19 . t [Pj J/ 1 J vb. be out of humour, vexed; be enraged (Aram. -a-b. 1 raye against, ^yi to storm, NByt storm; cf. Sam. 3vA^ fctou', breathe) — Qal imp/ HVr Pr 19 3 ; Wfi 2 Ch 26"; /«/. is?! 2 Ch 26 19 ; ^i. pi. D'BJjt Gn 40 6 Dm 10 ;— 1. be out of humour Gn 40 6 (E); dejected, of face Dn i ]0 ; sq. ^y Pr i9 3 /re< aoains< (AV). 2. be enraged (late : cf. Aram, above) 2 Ch 26"; sq. Dy v 19 . t F)yt n.m. storming, raging, rage (poet. and late)— 't abs. 2 Ch 16 10 28'; cstr. Is 30™ + 2 t.; sf. tey! Jon i 15 ; — 1. rage of king, leading to violence Pr i 9 is (pM? Dn?), 2 Chi6 10 (TWT^j toy ts ; ||dw), 2 8 9 ;'*in't IS30 30 nytny of anger (of ); *• '? Mi 7 9 . 2. raging of sea Jon 1 15 . TF]J?T adj. out of humour, vexed, only of Ahab 1 K 20«2 1 4 (|pD). t [pJ^T] vb. cry, cry out, call (|| form of pyx q.v.; Ar. Jc;, Aram. ja_ii) — Qal /"/. 3 fs. np T V4] 2 S 13 19 ; is. »«?8J ^ 142 6 ; 3 pi. ipyr Ju

7 +3 t. ; Vyjl consec. Ju n" +2 t.; 2 mpl. 

Dnpyil consec' 1 S 8 18 ; Impf. 3 ms. PJ>r Is 15 5 ; P$hll r S 7 9 +5 t., etc.; Imv. W Ez 21 17 ; fs. "T$| Is i4 31 , cf. Je 48 20 Kt; >?m Ju io ,4 + 2 t.; >i>W Je 48 20 Qr; Inf. cstr. P5>?i? 1 S 7 8 ; ?))£>) • S 19 29 ; sf. «fgf| Is 30"; lfl$$ Is57 ,3 (01 !ai6 ^ Ges JO * LB1 ); — 1. caW, to one's aid, sq. ace. pers. Ju 12 s . 2. cry, cry out, in need : a. unto God ('<), sq. "^ Ju 3 915 6 87 io 10 1 S 7 s - 9 ( + 1ja of intercession), 1 2 810 15 11 Mi 3 4 Je 1 1 11 Hb i 2 (c.acc. DDn,cf.Ho8 2 infr.),2Ch20 9 ^22 6 io7 1319 1 4 2 6 Jo i 14 ; sq. "•-$>« + ^a !>ip2 Neg 4 ; + typ + 142 s (II jjnnn); + raj* Ho 7" (opp. ^r?) ; sq. p Ho 8 2 ( + obj. of words uttered), 1 Ch 5 20 ; sq. sf. Ne g 2 *; sq. D^PB'n (without divine name) 2 Ch 32 s0 (||7?ann); abs., but with implication of cry to 1 S 8 18 Is 30 19 . b. unto other gods, sq. "7tt Ju io 14 Je II 12 Jon i 5 . c. unto king, sq."?S 2 S 19 29 . d. abs., utterance of horror, anxiety, alarm, distress, sorrow, etc. 1 S 4 13 5 10 28 ,3 ( + ^nj 5>1P3), 2 S i 3 19 i 9 5 (+ pHJ ?ip), 1 K 22 32 =2 Ch 18 31 , Is 15 4 26 17 57" Je 20 8 (|| Nip, cf. Hb i 2 supr.), La 3 8 (||J&&<) Ez 9" n 13 27 30 ; also of cry heard by God Ex 2 s3 (P); sq. ? of that in behalf of, or for which one cries Is 1 5' Je 48 31 ; so sq. "?5? Je 30 16 ; sq. ace. cogn. npyt Est 4'; || Wl Je47 s ; and esp. Imv. Is 14" Je 25 34 48 20 Ez 2 1 17 . e. cry out against one, sq.'by Jb 3 1 38 if my land cry out against me (II ? V3: ??); cf - also ( a hs., and without prep.) Hb 2" tfie stone shall cry out of (ft?) the wall. Niph. Pf. 2 ms. Wpyp Ju 18 23 ; 3 mpl. ipjj]? Ju 18 22 ; 7mp/. Bffl Ju 6 34 + 2 t.; Spj|j»1 J os 8" 1 ;— be called together, assemble, join Jos 8 16 (JE), Ju 1 8 s2 - 23 1 8 14 20 ; sq. VJHK J U 6 M3i assembled after him, i.e. joined him as his followers. Hiph. Impf. m>A Ju 4 10 +3 t.; VW. Jb 35 s ; Imv. "pyp 2 S 20 4 ; /»/ ctfr. p^b 2 S 20 6 ;— 1. call, call out, or together, for military service, sq. ace. Ju 4 1013 2 S 20 4 2. roa&e a cryi'ra# Jb 35 9 (W&] in || cl.) 3. Juwe proclamation made IDNM M Jon 3 7 . 4. caM ow< <o, or o<, sq. ace. 13T1 V* Rfpl Zc 6 8 (si vera 1.; Gr queries "ijjl ?). Tnj^yT n.f. cry, outcry, abs. '| Je i8 22 4- 5t.; cstr.'ni3(!Gni8 J0 +3t.; sf. VlP T 8! Jb 16 18 ; D ^yi Is i5 6 +3t.;— 1. outcry, against, npyt '151 DID Gn i8 20 (J). 2. cry of distress, con- cerning something "I32>~np$)1 Is 15 6 (obj. of 'nV'y;; cf. 033 in prev'. cl.); abs. v 8 (subj. of fW, || "$})*; Je 1 8 m (1 yctfn), 2 o 16 4 8 4 50" Ne 5 6 9 9 (all c. yOB>), Je48 34 (joined with pip jnj),Jb 1 6' 8 Est 9 31 (lamentation), cf. 4 1 (.TlCfl nbiia % ace. cogn. c. pyt); specif. 7JJ"npyt Pr 2 1' 3 cry 0/ poor; '| Sp Is 6s' 9 (||-33 blp), Je 51 64 Ez 27 s . 3. outcry, clamour D'^pM bene Dpyt Ec 9 17 (opp. DWrt nn:a Dioan nan). "]J^T (Ar.^cj 6e scanty, of hair, plumage, etc. ; Aram, (if, "iyi 6e or grow small; cf.nyv).

  • y*fft n.[m.] a little (diminutive form

Ol' 180 Lag BN85 )— 1. of quantity, amount (of instruction) DB* T UW t I 8 28 1013 (in both || VJ, 1p). 2. of time, JIJpKl t ^"tria Jb 3 6 2 . tljmp n.[m.] a little, a trifle, a few. 1. of time "iy]» Bytp nij? I s io 25 29 17 ye< a <r//?e, a little = a,ery little while. 2. of number "WB' iy]P CyD Is 16 14 a j-emraani, a very few (opp. T 1 !? K17). In Is 3 without ByD : — BhiN "1MB»31

iyn? i s2 4 6 .

T [pat] n.pr.loc. only c. n loc. nppj Nu 34 9 , place on northern boundary of Canaan ; HDT 278 © Atijijwni, 'Etftpuva • ©L Z«f>pava ; site dub., Wetzst""" 1 "" prop. Zifrdn, NE. fr. Damascus; Furrer 2 ™'" 128 Bd 1 "* 1397 ('perh.') Za'ferdne, between Hums and Hamath ; Di rejects both. t riDT n.f . " *• » pitch (cf. on format. OP ,Mc Sta ,m *. Word is Armenian ace. to Lag Arm - 8 .„d.i»i.i»!.s>. on Egypt deriy cf Cook8pMk „r-, Cmm...«4. Ar *J, acc< t<) Fra , 51) j f g hemit) is Aram, loan-wd!"; v. also Eth. "H W: Di 106S )— pitch:— nsttl lorn rnonm Ex 2 s of ark of bul- rushes; Is 54** nnsab msui nt>6 n^ra warm,

J" a*:t: tt- : - w; t yt; - vv:» 

v 9b : mys nan nsi« nrvm. iT r - vv: t :- T *• Lp.U n -[ m -] missile, spark (v dub.; cf. NH Pi?) fiery arrows, Aram. Kp"! id., Vtyft id. -f spark, JuL.) shooting star, ray of light, ]fcla«7 shooting star) — only pi. D*g) of (fire- 1) missiles Pr 26 18 (H^n, c . HT); so nipn sparks, brands (as leaping, springing forth ?) t r>»KO (v. ItS) Is5o n (|| 5?K ^"Ip), DPI"!J?3 t v" (|| DDK'S -wn). . [pT], CjpT /eHera, v. sub II. ppr. |J5T (v of foil.; meaning dubious). t ]P t T n.m. 2SI °' 5 + and f. lsls ' 2+ chin, beard (As. ziknu, Asrb Ao, " Uslv - "j Ar. ^'5 , Aram. IP 5 !, ^»?)— abs. 't Lv 1 3 20 + ; cstr. fp] 2 S 20 9 + ', sf. "?p! Ezr 9 s ; *j$) Lv 19 27 Ez 5 1 ; 'lip! 1 S 21" + 2tl; D33P! 2S10 5 1CI119 5 ; Djp] 2S10 4 Lv2i 5 ; never pi. — 1. chin (opp. t^NI, top of head) Lv 13 2930 14 9 (all P), 2 S 20 9 EZ5 1 ; cf. also 1 S 21" V' I 33 4 (where however chin as bearded may be meant) ; chin, or lower jaw, of lion and bear 1 S 1 7 3i . 2. beard, as growing (riDX) 2 S io 6 =

Ch 19 5 ; as cut off Is7 20 (nBD), 15* = Je48 37 

(jru); cf. fpj ^nbtp je 4 i 6 2Sio 4 (ni53); •wrw ^pn Ezr9 3 ; here belongs ("j):pr riNS Lv 19 27 2 1 5 (both H; opp. B»Xl). T Ip! vb. be or become old (cf., ace. to Thes, Ar. ^yij a she-camel that lets her lower lip hang dovm, v. Lane 968 ; ^Ji decrepit man) — Qal P/. 3 ins. fpj Gn i8 12 + 14 t. (often hard to disting. fr. pred. adj. fpT q. v.); 3 fs. i"l}pT T Pr 23 s2 ; 2 ms. FDpT 1 S 8 6 ; fWjpt Jos 13 1 ; 1 s. Wpt Jos2 3 2 + 3 t.'; wpt Gni8"27 2 ; M>/ IB$ 2CI124 16 ;— 6e(or&e«wie)oMGni8 1213 19 31 27 12 (all J), 1 S 2* 4 18 8 1 -' 12 2 17 12 2 S 19 33 1 K i 116

K 4 14 ; also On 24 1 (|| Wl N3), so Jos 13" 

23' s (|| here DW3 Wa), iCh 23 1 (||DW Xty), 24 16 (|| id.); Pr 23 s2 V' 37 25 (opp. |hV3 frn); note IP' esp. B*^ nvni? 'njpt Eu 1 ,2 7 am too old to belong to a man (husband). Hipli. only Imp/. 3 ms. PPT- inchoat. shew age, grow old = senescere Ew* l22c , cf. Di; of youth Pr22 6 ; of tree-root Jbi 4 8 . |pt adj . old, abs. 't Gn 1 g* + 30 1. (on distinct, fr. vb. v. supr.); cstr. fP! Gn 24 s ; pi. 0'3p! Gn i8 1, + 44t.; rf0p!Zc8 4 ; cstr."JP! Gn5o 7 +85 1.; sf.^pt Lai 19 , T?i>! Dt2i 2 3 2 7 ,V3p! Jos8 33 +3t., n'-JP! J U 8 14 , w?.P! Ex io 9 Jos 9 11 , D^P! Dt 5 20 + 2 t. ; — 1. old, of human beings, as adj. pred. Gn 1 8" (J), Jb 3 2 4 (Cm?£ USD T, in compar.), or attrib. ipj 3K Gn 44 20 (J), 1 E*N Ju 19*"** t N"3J j K I3 11 - 2629 , t $D Ec 4 13 ; prob. also OV> JO|* 't Gn 35^ (P), Jb 4 2 17 and Gn 25 s (P) ace. to © Sam Di ; cf. also Ezr 3 12 . 2. usu. as subst. : a. old man (or woman), b. elder; a. old man Gn 43 s7 (J), Lv 19 32 (H), Dt 28 50 3 2 7 (|pN) ) lS2 3L32 28 14 Is47 6 Jbl2 20 32 9 Pri7 6 2O 29 ^ 1 19 100 Jo i 2 ; old men and old women Zc 8 4 - 4 ; cf. iri'3 fP! Gn 2 4 2 (J), inn v.P! 2 S 12 17 ; esp. opp. IS/? Ex io 9 (E), Is 3 6 20 4 Je 51 22 La 2 21 y> 148 12 , and in phr. Jpt TO iy|p Gn I9 4 (J), Jos6 2 '(JE),Est3 13 ; opp.DH^ 1 K 1 2 68I3 = 2 Ch io 6813 ; opp. D^Pia J e 31' 3 Ez 9 6 Jo 3 1 , cf. 2 Ch 36 17 ( + t?B* T ) and Je 6" ( + D'W i6o) ■ opp. b-iy D^ Is 65 20 ; opp. DHB i >p:V and D^hy Jo 2 16 . b. usu. pi. elders, as having authority, term techn. (100 1. + ); elders of a people, esp. Israel Ex 3 16 - 18 12 21 (all J), 17 56 i8' 2 19 7 24 1914 Jos 24 1 (all E), Nu 1 1 16 - 16 (VJCK*), v 24 - 25 - 30 16 26 Jos 7 6 8 10 9" (all JE), Dts 20 (|| B3»D3tf ^Nn), 27 1 2 9 9 (|| D3 ,, t23K ; w, crnce*), 3 i' 928 JosS 33 (|| nnDfe' VBSfc'!), 2 3 2 (||1 , E i N-l", vbab*, inob»); c f. also prob. Jos 2 4 31 = Ju2 7 (all D); Lv 9 cf. niyn ^pt Lv4 15 (t both P), Ju2 1 16 ; see also 1 S 4 3 8' 4 15 30 2S 3 17 5 3 =iChn 3 , 2S17 415 iK8 13 =2Ch5 2 - 4 , also 1 Ch 15 25 2 1 16 ; cf. Is 3 2 (npnin? V'tl) 1133 T1 DDpl &03J! tiSiC*), 9 14 (|| D'JD-Slfc'i, butv.prob. gloss, cf. Ew Che Di Du al.); elders of one tribe (Judah) 1S30 26 2Sio 12 , so of Gilead Ju j j 5.7.8.9. 10.11. a ft er t] le division of the kingdoms, of N. Isr. psn "3pr 1 K 20 7 cf. v 8 , also 2 K 6 s2 - 32 io 1 (|| D , 1'?' etc.) cf. v 6 ; under Josiah HTW -3pT 2 K 23' = 2 Ch 34 s19 ; see also pKH 'r Je 26 17 , cf. ps ->jpr Pr 31 23 , cf. La i 19 2 10 4 16 5 12U (||C3 , 1B'; + -W); oft. in Ezek.: Ez7 26 (||p3), of Judah 8 1 , of Isr. 8 1112 14 1 20 13 , also 9 6 (but del. Co). Exil. n^>ian t Je29' (HD^nan, ffran); post- exil. Ezr io 8 (||D , ^B'), poss. also Jo i 14 ; elders of '» Is 24 13 (cf. Ex 24 1 - 9 ), D'inbn '•jp! 2 K i 9 2 = Is37 2 , so Je 19 1 (||DJ>n 'ipT); of other peoples,

mm etc.; — 1. (intens. of Qal) scatter, disperse, esp. of peoples, c. ace. (Israel and Judah) 1X14" Lv26 M (H), f44 12 Je3i l0 Ez5 10 ' 2 12 1416 20 23 22" cf. Zc 2 5 ' 4 - 4 ^ 106 27 ; bones of Israel Ez 6 s ; people of Hazor Je 49 s5 ; of Elam 49 s6 ; of Babylon 51 2 (D^T = strangers?); Egyptians Ez 29" 30 M +30 a (del. Co, intern, grounds) ; in general the wicked Pr 20 26 ; evil 20 8 ; pt. D^JD = subst. scatterers, epith. of winds Jb 37 9 (cf. Qor 5 1 1 ); KKW^I BHB Vint) Mai 2 3 scatter dung on your faces (token of shame and curse); fig. disperse knowledge (of lips) Pr 15 7 . 2. ivinnow, sift (cf. Qal 2) only fig. 9*31 , V?'N 'rntjt r 139 3 my path and my couch thou siftest (Che; Ba^" 1887 ' 6 " 7 measurest, de- terminest, whence flTJ, q.v.) Pu. be scat- tered, impf. rrjf; jb 18 15 , subj. nnss, sq. ^5?; Pt. f. fTltD (agreeing with l"Wh «e<) Pr 1 17 . TrnTQ n.[m.] pitch-fork, with six prongs ( = «Li-») used in winnowing, cf. "Wetzst ZPT 1891 •

  • **j for winnowing provender '03^ J"irn3 iTJ!

Is 30 24 ; fig. for winnowing, i.e. chastising the people '03D-!]KJJ e 1 5 r . FpfVJ ^72 6 v. spr. TpJ Pr 30 31 v. sub m. TU, T M ]T vb. rise, come forth (NH id., As. zardhu Dl FrI9 °; Sab. rrfl lofty, majestic (of king) and in cpd. n.pr. DHM ZMam6 ' 605 - ief3 ' a27 Mordt 2 * lm - 37 )— Qal Pf. '» Dt 33" f 1 1 2 4 ; nnj Is 60 1 ; nitl consec. Is 58 10 Ec i 5 ; 3 fs. nrnt Ex 22 2 +3t; nmn consec. Mais 20 ; Impf. rnr 2 S 2 3 4 Is 60 2 ; nir Jb 9?; rnpl Gn 3 2 32 ; 3 fs. rnjn ^io4 22 ; 7m/.' c*<r. nij JU9 33 J04 8 ; i><. rnjt Ec I s ;— 1. me ; a. (of sun) Ju g 33 Na 3 7 2 S 23* Jon 4 8 Jb 9 7 ^ 104 22 Ec 1"; sq. by Ex 2 2 2 (JE), 2 K 3*; sq. ? Gn 3 2 32 (J), b. fig, sq. ), T^ri etoa> Mai 3 20 ; of to? ■vy&o mn Dt 33 s ; sq. by, is 6o 2 (|| Twrc vnaa); * nua is 60 1 ; subj. "liN, fig. ( = happiness, blessedness) Is 58 10 liu* (sq. ?). 2. come ow<, appear, of appearance of leprosy (njnsn) 2 Ch 26". f 1. [TV| J n.[m.] dawning, shining; — only fig, TO"?! ^ i- e. of Zion, Is 60 3 (pSx). fn. rnf n.pr.m. (on form cf. Lg BS77 * nd *""'•) — 1. ® Zapa, son of Judah and Tamar GnsS 30 46 12 (both J), 1 Ch 2* (all rnj), v«; as head of a family Nu 26 20 Jos 7 1 (both P), v' 924 (JE), 22 20 (P) 1 Ch 9 « (@L z,pa), Ne 11 24 (cf. Sm 11 "™ 7 ). . Edomites: a. © Zap* Gn36 13 -' 7 (both P) = 1 Ch i 37 . b. © Zapa Gn 36* (P) = 1 Ch I 44 (b=a?). 3. ©L Zapa, Levites: a. (var. laapa) 1 Ch 6 6 . b. (var. Zanpat) 1 Ch 6 M . 4. head of a Simeonite family, © Zapa Nu 26 13 (P), 1 Ch4 24 (var. Zap«) (=ins © ^aap Gn 4 6 10 Ex 6 15 , cf. Di Nu 26' 3 ). 5. a Cushite, © Zap*, foe of king Asa 2 Ch 1 4 s . TTVYt adj. gent. alw. c. art, as subst. coll. '?n : 1. fr. mj 1 : -J os 7> 7 -' 7 (JE), Nu 26 20 (P), cf. *h 1 Ch 27 11 - 13 . 2. fr. rnj 4:— Nu 26 13 . TiTHTit n.pr.m. ( hath risen, or shined; Sab. form Hal 49 )—© Zapata:— 1. priest 1 Ch 5 s232 6 m Ezr 7 4 . 2. head of a family of re- turned exiles Ezr8 4 (=11). Tn"YfN n.nt. 37,35 a native (one arising from the soil; = 'free tribesman' RS 8 ""- 176 )— abs. 'KLvi9 34 +i3 t.; cstr. ni|K Exi2 ,9 +2t.; — 1. a native Israelite, usu. coll., c. art, "73 b*nfc"3 '«n LV23 42 (H), cf. Nu 15 13 (P); elsewh. opp."»i (q.v.):— "fc'^'Kn Nu ^(P), cf.Ez 47 M ; H?7 n ^?? Ex 1 2 1948 Nu 9 "(all P); D3D 'N Lv 19 34 v. also I7 1S 18 26 24 1 "- 22 (all H); Ex 12 49 Lvi6 29 Nui5 3<) (allP), Jos8 33 (D). 2. a native tree, growing in its natural soil J3JH 'N ^ 37 s5 (fig. of prosperous wicked). tTHW adj. gent. i.e. of family of rnt, only in 'Nfl {TPjj 1 K $ n (®L'l<r P ar,iT>)s), ^89' (© id,), and 88 1 'Kn JO'n, both sons of BTJ (lCh2 6 ). tmr adj. gent, only in *Q ninDK> 1 Ch

s © Eo-paf, ®L Uapa; rd. fWKl (='rri)n| 

cf. v 1113 ). TiTTnt^ n.pr.m. ('1 MriW an'se, or shine) — 1. © Zaptta, A Ufpta, ©L Iff€pta: — a man of Issachar 1 Ch 7 33 . 2. overseer (TpBH) of the singers Ne 1 2 42 , @L al. U fpiar. TnTtTp n.[m.] place of sunrise, east — abs.to Jos 1 1 3 + 21 1.; cstr. rnn?Nu2i 10 + ipt, c. n loc. nrnjp Ex27 13 +28t, cstr. nn-)io Dt

41 Jos 12 1 Ju 2 1 19 (not in Gn Lv Sa Ez etc.); 

— 1. sunrise, always of quarter of the heavens = east t?BB>(n) to Nu 21" (P), Dt 4 4147 Jos I 15 12 1 i 3 5 (all D), i 9 I2 - J7 - 34 (allP), Ju 20 43 2 1 19 2 K io 33 Is 4I 26 45 s 59 19 , cf. pN^> B'OB' to Ju ii 18 ; ^i3»-iyi t}*CE> 'tBO V50 1 II3 s Mai 1"; more often 2. without Byf': a. i/w ?a*< to phi? 31jn3D + 1 03 12 . b. 'BO from the east Is 4 1 2 4 3 5 (opp. 3-jpp), 46" Dn ii 44 (+!iSSO); 'BO era 281 DJDI |iBS» anjjBCrt yj, 107 3 . c. <o or toward the place of sunrise, to the east, eastward : ( I ) nlTlltp Nu 32" (P), Dt 3 1 ™ 7 ('oi njDTY! nrtasn no;), 4 49 Josii 8 i6'(JE), 12 133 I3 8 (allb),v ,7:ia i6'i8 7 20 8 (all P), 1 Ch 9 18 26 14 ; || ncnp Nu 3 s8 Jos 19" (both P) Je 31 40 ; || ™%, HIR, H3M i K 7 s6 , cf. Jos 16 6 (P) 1 CI126 17 ; +nD"ip Ex27 13 38 13 Nu2 s 34 16 (all P); D"$D Zci4 4 (opp. HfJ); (2) rnrg (without n loc), naaj ruisx to; 'o iCh 9 ",cf.Nei2 37 ; nsjo^ 'd aOhfi"; (3)'"^ 1 Ch 5» 7 s8 (opp. 3-jp^) 12 16 (so Baer; v 15 van d. H; opp. id.), 26 17 (+njiBS&, najib), Ne3 26 ; nni]B^ 2Ch 3 i 14 ; (4) / WT^J Dn8 9 ( + 333n-^, ^xn-Sx); ( 5 ) rnjD-ny peifci Dps? d»d Am 8 12 . d. (on) tlie east side of, cstr. TFp rnto iljfp Jos 4 19 (P); also c. 5> tfjn nnioj) iCb^ ffpn '»!> 6°; c. |t?, tBO Join* (opp. D;o) cf. 17 10 ( + fiBSD; both JE), also 16 6 (P). e. after a cstr. ivbb 'd ^srb-^y 1 Ch 5 10 ; 'on aferj 2 Ch2 9 4 ; 'on nye* jj'e 3"; 'o H« Zc8 7 (opp.'siap p«  etotfn). t[D"1T] vb. pour forth in floods, flood away (As^ zardmu, overwhelm,R S6! ' 7c T)l VTn & in Zim BP " 9 )— Qal l J f. 2 ms. sf. Dnpit f 90 6 iftow Jloodest them with rain, sweepest them (men) away. Po. i>/. 3 pi. ni3V D'O «T)f yj, 77 18 the cZowd masses (Che) poured forth water. TO"tt n.m. Hb - 3 ' 10 flood of rain, rain-storm, downpour (Aram. JVC"]] icZ.) — abs. 't Is 4* + 2t.; DV Is 32 s ; cstr. DT|T Jb 24 8 +4t.; Is 4" (|| -OOJ); BJJ T Is 28 2 Hb 3 10 ; Dnn t Jb 24 s , i.e. such as falls among mts. cf. Di ; "H3 't Is 2 8 2 ; B7JP flDriO 25^, Tg Bjj v 4 i.e. such as dashes against a wall, 32 s (H™" 1 ), f3N1 Dntl fB3 T.3 go 39 . T i~IT2*Tt n.f . issue (of semen virile), in fig. of the paramours of Jerusalem Dnpnt D'WD T~Yfl Ez 23 20 . fl. ^"1T vb. sow, scatter seed (NH id.; As.2^■r!iTP ^rl!m, "• I6 ; Ar. £j; Aram. <•&, in]; Eth. HC*: HCO: but in Sab. rrt DHM ZMG1883 ' 16 and in n.pr., Id. in MV 10 ""- 242 ' 988 )— Qal Pf. 3 ms. BTJ Ju 6 3 ; 1 s. WflfJ Je 31 27 ; sf. flVypn consec. Ho 2 25 ; 3 pLVJJ Je 12 13 ; 2 mpl. D^yi! Hg 1 6 ; Qriyill consec. Gn 4 7 23 + 2 1. ; Impf. SJp Ec 1 1 4 ; jnw Gn 26 12 ; sf. njrtfl Jug 46 ; 1 s. ny-UK Jb 31 8 ; sf. DJJ-iW Zc io 9 , etc.; Imv. ms. Hj sni Ec ii«; mpl. W11 Ho io 12 + 2 t.; /n/. JP!^ Is 28 s4 ; P«. ac«. y-jf Is 55'°+ 3 t.; JP.'.t Pr 22" Je 50", etc.; Pt. pass. jnt ^ 97" (but on text v. infr.); f. nyn] J e 2 2 ; — 1. lit. sow: a. abs. sow (seed), do one's sowing Ju 6 3 Gn 26' 2 (J), Is 28 24 (after ploughing Bnn); lJttMl mpi WIT Dnro Is37 30 =2 K 19 29 ; || nvp also Mi 6" Lv 2 5 ll (H), Ec 11 4 : ||(|DM Lv 25 20 (H); opp. ion Jb 3 1 8 ; Dnrfe-^ 'jnt Is 32 20 (on cstr. cf. Ges !130 ' 1 ); c. nya^j nanrnM LV25 22 ; sq. njr^j Hg i 6 (opp. BVD tan), b. c. ace. of land HOIK Ex2 3 ">(JE; |ji|DK), Gn 4 7 23 (J); field (m's?) ^v 2 5 3 (II 1DN), cf. v 4 ^ 107 37 ; as pt. pass, nyn) 16 J7J J e 2 2 (|| IS"}?), c. c. ace. of seed IO 1 ™? 1 Dt 11 10 , cf. 22' Je 35 7 Lv 26 16 (H) Ec 11 6 ; sq. CBH Je 12 13 (|hvp); cf. also P«3 nnto jnm ib^n ^b Ex 2 3 16 (JE). d. sq. 2 ace. D?sbs> ipn? sntn n^ Dt 2 2 9 ; cf. D^b? mn sb yfc Lv 19" (H); ngw r riw rnryfc ip is 30 23 ; also of destroyed city n?D nj)"1]>5 Ju 9". e. pt. act. as subst. $ni' Je 50 16 (|| "WT|; nj?3 ^5D JMDh); Y& Is 55 10 (|| b?«^)- 2. of shrub and tree producing, yielding seed, c. ace. cogn. Gn i 29 - 29 (P), cf. Hiph. 3. fig. : a. of Yahweh's sowing (planting) Isr. in the land v WUCW p&9 Ho 2 26 (We wnjnn, obj. being Jezreel) ; on the other hand tPftf DJTJW Zc io*. b. c. 2 ace, of Yahweh's fructifying Isr. and Judah inn din ptj inw Trm bvritr> wrm ^njnn nom Je 3 1 27 . c. of moral action, D3? V]T np r ni;!)Hoio 12 (|hvp); npnv'rPrn' 8 ; WTp*^J D^S'p'PK Je 4 3 sow no< tVi among thorns (said of a few righteous deeds amid much wickedness); esp. of evil-doing lisp? nriBIW 1JTT nn Ho 8 7 ; bpy ^jj-it Jb4 8 (|pspj; nx-iisp^ nbiy jniT p r

2 8 . d. of Israel's practising idolatry TVto] 

vpw n J Is 1 7'° (2 ace.) e. nn3 ny»n3 BV«n ^ISp^ ^ 126 s metaph. of distress followed by joy.' f. p^sb jnt liX f 97 1 ' r d. prob. nnj, Vrss 01 Hu Bae Che al. Niph. be sown, fructified, Pf. 3 fs. n ^1!^ consec. Nu s 28 ; 2 mpl. DTjjnHl consec. Ez 36"; Impf. 3 ms. JHJ! Na 1 14 ; ' j?p'f' Dt 21 4 Lv 1 1 s7 ;

fs. 1TWI Dt 29 s2 ;— 1. 6e *o^n.- a. subj. f$$, 

npxn k?i 'in xb Dt 29 s2 , cf. (of fn'N bn) na|» k!j 'r 1^1 13 Dt 2 1 4 ; in address to ^mfe* ^n, nrijnHi DB"J3^) Ez 36". b. subj. jn.1, Fit rjj fjf nB'K Lv 1 1 37 (P); fig. TiV IP?? 'i: N^ Na i 14 nomore of thy name he sown, in judgment against Nineveh. 2. &e fructified, made pregnant snt

jm jnj ny/W Nu5 ffl (P; of woman). Fu. J 9 /. 3 pi. W|)i Is 40 24 of princes and judges under fig. of trees (|| ^£33, Oft jn«3 VT<V). Hiph. Impf. 3 fs. JTJJB Iff 12'; P*. DP? Gn i 1112 ;— 1. produce seed, of herb, c. ace. cogn. Gn i 1112 ; appar. denom. fr. J 7 !}; cf. Qal 2. 2. of a woman, = bear a child "13T HT^j JH1R Lv 12 s . T JHT n.m. Dt - 28 ' " sowing, seed, offspring (NH id., Aram. VI], *J|; Ph. JPT; Zinj. id./ Ar. cjj seed-produce, seed; Eth. HCX: As. sent, cultivated land, Belser BA81L I3 °, cf. Ar. i^j)— abs. 't Gn 4 7 s +; J™ Gni 29 + ; cstr. V-y is 5 '» + ; "jni Nu n 7 ; sf. T9 i S 20 42 24 s2 ; ^TJ Dt 1 1 10 + ; ipl Ec 1 1 6 + , etc. ; pi. sf. BJTjl 1 S 8";— 1. lit.: a. a sowing nnfen t!> Gn 47" (J; + D3i>3t<; otherwise Lv 27'", v. infr. 2 c); 1 Dipt? tO Nu 20 5 no place for sowing (JE; + JiQIl }M1 njgTW); cf. 1 f^ Ez 17 5 aJieZd suit- able /w sowing ; hence b. sowing as regularly recurring at its season Gn 8 22 (J; || TXj3 > + "lp nb^J OV) fQh }»^ Dm), Lv 2 6 s (H; || B^ , 1^3 • — cf. Am 9 13 infr. 2 a). 2. seed : a. lit., sown, to raise crops for food, usu. corn (wheat, barley, etc.) Gn47 ,9 - 23 (J; cf. v 14 '), Nu 2 4 7 (JE); fflj Jftfc 1 Is 55 10 (II Dn ^), D t 28 s8 ( 3 *^ I). Lv 26 16 (H; c. jnj), 27 15 *, nn^ -ion 1 v 16b (both P), cf. Is 5 10 . b. fig., of idolatry of Judah Is 1 7" (|| Tip); of fortunes of Zion 'in ^]B*D >//■ 126 6 <fo «Vop- ping of seed, i. e. the proper quantity for sowing (opp. nbj*); Je 35 7 (c. jnj, || wen 16 dts), c f. v 9 (II d-, mV); 1 ipp is 3 o 23 (c. JT5, II onb ne-jsn nwiri); alsoDtii 10 (c.jnt),Eci i 6 (&«*.); jrij f Lv 1 1 37 , cf. v 38 (both P); as yielding the crop 1 V")! riifliri Dt 1 4 s2 «7ie product of thy seed, cf. d infr.; 'in 7JB*oa D'33y TJl'Tl "ISip3 Bhin eto Am 9 13 , in fig. of rapid and plentiful growth in the coming time ; f?Kn 'J producing a vine Ez 17 s , of growth and prosperity of Isr.; 'in Mai 2 3 , rd. perh. S^TJ ( c f. VB). c. seed as product; the manna is comp. with "M t, coriander seed in Nu 1 1 7 (JE), Ex 16 3 ' (P); seed of herbs and trees Gn i»u»Juu»(,n P ). Esp- d . seed a8 corn-product, corn-crop, so (although not quite clearly) Dt 22' (c. JT2J ; || D"J|n n«wn); pi. 1 S 8 15 (perh. better arable lands, cf. supr. As. zeru; ||onro), H??'T Lv27»(||mi; otherwise Gn 47 M , cf. supr. 1 a); W ') Is 23 s (|piW T*Jfl»); rrittja 'in "ripn Hg 2" (|| fss, rotwi, ften, n?n yy) ;

  • &£ 1H?I ^|T1 2 V: Jb 39 12 (of harvest); so

perh.T tnrjKf n'33 1 K 18 32 . e. fsan tji^n jrjj Zc 8", rd. perh. EvK" 'in the crop is security (= secure), so @ Or al. ; > Ew Hi al. who transl. 'B*n 1 the growth of peace, making JBjn appos. — Vbs. used c. t in these senses are: — usu. JHJ Gni" Lv26 16 Je35 7 + ; nnan Is 17"; 3 jro =plant,sow'Ezi , j i ; JH3 yield IS55 10 ; WQ Am 9 13 . 3. seed= semen virile, Jnt. njrtMl Nu s 28 , area" she, sliall be made pregnant with seed; usu. rri33B>,/oK> o/semen Lv 2 2 4 (H), Lv 1 5 1632 (P; all c.KVPl), i5 I7 (P; c. njn); a s ace. modi 335? 't 'P H^trnK Lv 19 20 (H), 15 18 Nu 5 13 (both P); so also jn»p W33B> JW Lv 18 20 (? genitiv.); cf. npn3 Tl DIN 1 Je 3 1 27 (as 2nd' ace. after 1HT q.v. 3 b). 4. seed = offspring : a. rarely of animals, coll. Gn 3 16 7 3 (both J). "Usu. b. of mankind, co. = descendants, posterity ; seed of the woman Gn3 15 (J); seed of the patriarchs (esp. Abr.) 1 2 17 1 3 151616 1 6 10 22 171718 24 7 26 3 '"'- 4114

gl3.14.14 32 13 ( all JJ ( I5 13.18 Ex 32 13.13 33! ( a]J JJ^ 

Gn2i 12 Jos24 3 (both E ; in both promised seed of Abr. restricted to line of Isaac), Dt 1 1 9 34 4 Ne 9 8 ;=a son as involving posterity Gn 15 35 (JE) cf. infr.; phr. DnnnN Op Dti 8 , cf. 4 s7 10", so P, Gn i7 7 - 7 ' 8 ' 9101!; 35' l2 48 4 ;' Ifll* llf]] Gn 2 8 4 (P; cf. Nu 18 19 ); v. also infr. c. C. seed (= pos- terity) of other individuals Gn 2i 13 (E; of Ishmael) 24 60 4 8 19 (both J), Nu 14 54 (JE), Lv 21 21 22 3 - 4 (all H), Nu 1 7 6 (P), 1 S 20 4242 24 s2 2 S 4 s 1 K 2 s3 - 83 11 39 2 K s 27 Je 2 9 f - Ez 4 3 19 Jb 5 25 (|| T'^KJf), 2i s (||trf.); esp. of seed of David as anointed to reign ^ 18 s " = 2 S 22 61 (|| Sn&tA), as sitting on throne Je 33 21 , cf. v 2226 , ^r8g bM 7 ; of Jehoiachin Je 22 2830 , Jehoiakim 36 31 (cf. v 30 ); of child (son) as involving posterity Gn 38 s9 - 9 (of Er's seed by Onan), 48" (all J), cf. i 9 323 ' (J), 2S7 12 Ru 4 12 Lv2i 16 (H); phr. Dn ,- ?nK DJH! of seed of Noah and his sons Gn 9 s ; of Aaron Ex 2 8 43 ; of Phinehas Nu 25 13 (all P); of David 1 Ch 17"; arm*? Ssnfy Ex 30 21 (P), cf. Lv 2i 17 (H ; both of Aaron), v. also b supr. 'r, of seed of righteous, esp. ifnfr: — ^ 25 13 37 2526 69 s7 102 29 (|| D-33), 1 1 2 2 (|| tm& ■*?), cf. 2 2 31 (on txt. v. Che); of wicked jr 21 11 37 s8 . d. specif, of a particular child (son) ins t Gn 4 25 (J); D^J« 1iSi"; of children Lv 18 21 20 234 22 13 (all H),' I S 2 20 (cf. D^S, ni33 v 21 ); children and grandchildren Gn 4 6 6 - 7 (P). e. = family Gn I7 12 (P; cf. As. zer bit abisu Asrb*""* 1 '"'- 10 ); note esp. of royal family lfon 1 1 K 11 14 ; n3^?Bn t 2 K 11"= 2Ch2 2 10 ;'n3^Bn'T 2 K25 2S =Je4i 1 , Ezi7 ls Dn i 3 ; =pedigree t^ tOTO* n"3 Ezr 2 M = Ne 7 61 ; =; one's nation, as of same blood Est io 3 (II ^8)' — Some vbs. used c. 'f in these senses smt

jmi are:— }nj, God subj. Gn 15 3 Ru 4 12 (sq. ft? of woman); D , fc' 1 S 2 20 ; c. man as subj. jro Gn 38*; Cpn v s ; 1 njH, fe:^ a Ztw, or give life to, of animals Gn 7 s ; of woman 19 3234 (sq. |0 of man), f. esp. as name for people of Isr., seed ofAbr. Is 41 8 2 Ch 20 7 (|| bvrp) ^SJJ), Je 33 s8 + io5 8 (||3pi;^J3); of Isr. or Jacob 2Ki7 M Ne9 s (ifcrtfe* *» v ] ), IS43 6 45 1925 Je3i 3637 33 s6 V' 22 24M i Ch 16 13 (||apv» *J3); so i>tnfe>» iv? T Je 2 3 8 EZ44 22 (© © codd. Co del. h»a)j n'3 'r Spy Ez 20 s ; in Est. DHWi t Est 6 13 ; so of Edom (seed of Esau) Je 49 10 ', cf. 'TO JTfP Du 9'. g. seed of Isr. (or Jacob, or the people), is used also, by (later) prophets, of future generations, in addressing the people : — Dt a8** 30 819 3 1 21 , cf. Nu 18" (P; ym *|jn$, HTO^i T??^), Je 3o 10 =46 27 (Jacob and Isr. here=people), Vr 106 27 ; HO^KSNJf Is 44 3 (Jacob and Jeshu- run), 48", cf.61 9 ; also Je7 15 Is5 4 3 66 22 (||D3I?E'); IP XT2J '9CT ^TJ '3D Is 59 21 ; of Jews (D<11ff) Est 9 27 - 28 - 31 . 5. sm £ as marked by moral quality = persons (or community) of such a quality; transition to this through such cases as those of" 1 W3 1 Is 65^ (|| D'KXKX), cf. 61 9 65"; BHpn 'I Ezr 9 ' 2 (of Isr.), cf. Is 5 3 10 ; note, in good sense O'lTIV 1 Pr n 21 (opp. VI); nOK 1 Je 2 21 (HPT*»); DTOK T Mai 2 15 ;— CYp 1 Is6 13 is a gloss; — in bad sense D'jnp 1 Is i 4 com- munity of evil-doer s(WOVnSl, fiy H33 DJ?, D'?3 mpnfti), i 4 2<>; eiwot 5 7 3 (||n:;iy 'j3);npB>-'T v 4 (|j VB'B™>n5»>). Tj*T"l]f n.[m.] sowing, thing sown (inten- sive format, ace. to 01 * 186l > Sta <228 , yet on this and foil. cf.Ba NB42 - 178A " m '- 4 )— 1 jnj Lvn 37 ^), ri'DXri JVyriT nsja Is6i n in sim. of Yahweh's causing righteousness to spring up. T |_?^.U n-[m.] vegetable (cf. foregoing ; on this and foil. cf. Bev Dn62a ° dn 2 )— only pi. ET^n-JO Dn i 12 . f LP^}} »•[■»•] id -> only pi. D-a'snT. Dn i' 6 . t'rNjnr 1. n.pr.loc. (God soweth; Sab. N-n^N Mordt ZBQ 1879 ' • ; v. Lag BN lsl )— Jos 1 5 s6

S2 9 +; tyy. 1S25 43 josi7 i6 +; ri?*pr. 

Jos 19 18 -)- 6 t.: a. city in the Negeb of Judah Josi5 6S 1 S 25" (home of Ahinoam, one of David's wives), site unknown ; cf. u.pr.m. 1 Ch 4 3 . b. city in Issachar Jos 19 18 on NW. spur of Mt. Gilboa 2 S 4 4 (cf. 1 S 31 18 ) 1 K 4 12 (cf.i S

1 1012 ), mod. Zer'an (Rob 1 

Bd p * 1244 ), close (T3 "IB* ftg, c f. Eob B«u.jaj v n. gub j ect to Isbbosheth 2 S 2' (yet v. infr.), residence of Ahab and Jehoram of Isr. 1 K 1 S 4 * 48 2 1 ' (Naboth) 2 K 8 2928 = 2 Ch 22 s6 , 2 K 9 »-«-w-w» ,0" cf. W 1) Ho i 4 , and symbolical name of Hosea's son Ho i 4 (cf. Che);— in 2 K io> fori? '!&> rd. nfe> flTOt5> so ©. Used by Hosea as representing Isr., with play on etymol., Ho2 24 (cf. »j» n'nyip fl«a v 25 ), cf. also 1; DV> Wa v J . Territory im- mediately about the city is "I) p^n 2 K 9 10 - 38 - 37 ; cf. t* i>n 1 K 2 1 23 (rd. prob. p&TJ, v. Th Klo after © 23 ; the adjacent plain is T, P»V. (cf. Di Jos 17^ Bd r ' 1229 ) Jos 17 16 JU6 33 Ho'i 5 (perh. also = T 2 S 2 9 supr., || Gilead, Ephr., Benj., etc.) 2. n.pr.m. a. Hosea's son Ho i 4 , cf.

b supr. b. Judahite name 1G14 3 , cf. 1 a 

supr. t^Hjnr m., rrhtqnYi f., adj. gent. X. m. fr. bttpv 1 b ; alw. 1% rf3} iKzi 1 " 1 - 1518 2 K 9 2125 . 2. f. fr. bxp£ 1 a ; alw. t&MJQ OR a wife of David ; ending n'— 1 S 30 5 2 S 2 2 1 Ch 3 1 ; ending n- 1 S 27 s 2 S'3 2 (=iCh 3').

  • [jnfllD] n.[m.] place of sowing, seed-

land, only cstr.ii^ inn? bh isi 9 7 (||-iw niny); >Du who tr. seed (cf. 73KD etc.) on ace. of foil. vb. «n?. II. V™)T (°f- -^r. 9-7* stretch out, extend, esp. arm or leg; c.°i power, p'i forearm). tjThT, Jht n.f. El8 - 8 and (rare)m. *■•*«* lafr - arm, shoulder, strength (NH id.; As. (Tel el Amarua* 102 - 1146 ") zurA, cf. Jastrow JBU xi.i8M.a23. Ar -^. Aram _ M |f^ | j^; ? . Eth . ff»-H^Ot;)— abs. J? 1 "! Ex6 8 + , 5? 1 !] Dt7 19 + ; cstr. yht ^ io ,5 +, J?* 1 ! ^89" + ; sf. 'Jrt" 1 ] Je27 s

  • 8 9 2 , "ihj Is 51 5 6 3 5 ;' ISrtit V, 7 1 18 + , #>! 1 S

3 31 + , etc.; pi. Cl-y^T Dn 11 3 '; cstr. 'P] Gn 49 s4 ; sf. *P] Is 51 s , Vpj 2 K 9 24 ; elsewh.f'em. form, cstr. n'iDiit V' 37 17 , niyi] Jb 2 2 9 + 6 1., njnj Dt

w ; sf. "n'Vii] ^ 1 8 s5 , Wjrtj 2 S 22 s5 , etc. ' (In 

abs. and cstr. sg. more oft. plene, in pi. and c. sf. more oft. defect. In three instances where 'f is masculine it means a political or military force Dn n lbK - 31 ). — 1. arm, a. lit., of a man Ju 15 14 i6 12 2 S i 10 IS9 19 17 5 (prob. ace. instr.), Dt 33 20 Zcn 1717 Ct8 6 Dnio 8 ; Ez 13 s0 (del. Co); W>t Is 44 12 (of a smith, forging); HMbn 't Ez 4 7 (of prophet); in fig. of' teaching Ephr. to walk Ho 1 1 3 ; VJ> "f] Gn 49 s4 arms of his hands, i.e. to scene of great battle with Philistines 1 S 29 1 | arms that by their strength enable him(Joseph) smw

mt to draw the bow; Vyit |<3 D-tfnniK !g| 2X9", i.e. his arms seen from behind, his shoulders. b. arm as seat of (human) strength ■^■i8 3s = 2 S 22 35 ; ft *6 t Jb 26 J , in nta Dn 1 1 8 cf. v 6 ; ft t6 T Jb 26 s ; 't wpm Ho 7" cf. Ez 30 2425 ; also c. -I3B> f io ls 37" J648 25 (|| ["J)), Ez 3 o 21!l2 - 24 cf.v 25 ; "OBta mjTJ 'T Jb 3 8 15 .— On Mai 2 3 cf.VB. Esp. c. Yahweh's arm as instrument of deliver- ance and judgment (oft. Dt Je Is 2 ^) : — n^OJ 1 Dt 4 M 5 15 26 s Ez 20 3334 V, i 3 6 12 , cf. Dt 7" ii 1 iK8 42 =2Ch6 K (all || nijm T), Dt 9 29 2K17 36 ; (ofcreation)Je27 5 32 17 (all||i'na 03); iT^DJ 13 Ex6 6 (P, or D's revision; no H)*; ngtn ^*Jeai' (II "?«M ">:); IJmt ina Exi 5 ' 6 (son g )/t ^3^79"; uxtptun »yhj v^^dm:); 'J? ♦77"; i^ 44 < (Br°;),i B Hi> "» ^ 9 8 l (j|^o>) j 'cf.is52 10 ; ^y t vr

,1 cf.l8 62 8 (||i3 , D^); " i yillft"B'3|jIs 5 i3; 1«£ 

nni3rDV ^ 89"; in-iNSri 1 Is 6 3 i2 ; as support of weak Is 40" (fig. of shepherd), cf. obty njh] I*^ 27 ; n ¥T W"l n ™ IS30 30 (of lightning stroke, || l^p nin ycBTJ of thunder); also yiT D8 < $ ^? Jb 40 9 . Hence, 2. arm, as symbol of strength : a. human i S 2 31 - 31 (© rd. 15T)! and vil, but v. Klo Dr), Ez 22 6 31"; n^TJ J*B6Wn Pr3i 17 ; "IK"? T 2 Ch 3 2 8 ; teHj %3 DB> Je'i7 6 (||n03^ D1N3); c f. * 44 4 (||D3-in) T ; jn'ir e* K Jb 2 2 8 ; tWafr ntyij Jb 2 2 s (i.e. strength, resources); BW^2a|> jnit vn + 8 3 9 ; Q'ai 1 Jb35 9 ; nbina yit Ez 17 s (for pulling up a tree, in metaph.). b.=divine strength f 7i 18 (|| HTJOJ), n^O Mnj tf> l84O 10 (||PTPI); Vfyfc BHg ^ gI « [Str thinks masc. to avoid verbal ending H3, cf. 49 11 ]; and help Is 33 J (|| nye*) cf. 59 16 6 3 5 ; see also 53 1 . . PI. forces, political and military, c. VlbjF Dnn 1 " 1 ; v 22 (seeBev). . Shoulder of animal sacrificed, belong- ing to priest Nu 6 19 (P) Dt 18 3 . < V i^ W n.f . arm( =r foregoing c. N prosthet.) — arm of man HJjSO ^ihTKl S>ten nMBto 'BPS i-ou'n Jbsi 22 ; of * n^faj $"*$?* n^J T$p Je 32 21 , cf. fh] 1 c. ^L" J J] v t>- prob. drip (cf. either Ar. <_jji «foc7. tears, or Aram. ]&!&**) imber vehemens) — Hiph. "Hp rd. in f 72" by Hup Bi Che (for VTJ1) sq. J^N caw«e to (Zrip, irrigate. TF^pT n.[m.] drop, dripping (NH id.; on form (if genuine) cf. No M85 - N8191 ) — ^ 72" HJ* t D , 3 , 313 as showers, a dripping of the earth, but v. foregoing. ' p -I v ^' to toss or throw (in a volume), scatter abundantly (NH id.; Aram. P11 id., js» disperse; As. zanJAn* Lotz TP13S Jager BAS "- jmA-n..... cf als0 Ar _ ^rj carf a< piercei £~: and JVJ^. javelin= Eth. ^Ttefc)— Qal P/. 'r Ex 24 6 Lv 1 7 6 , sf. <P7J Ex 9 8 , np/]T. Ho 7 9 (1 2 t. Pf.) ; Zwp/. pit? Lv 7 2 + 1 6 1. ; 7w/ P*$ Ez 43 18 ; 7ww. pi] Ez 1 o 2 ; Pt. pit Lv 7 ", pi. tffnf 2 Ch 30 16 ; . <oss (in handfuls, v. Ex 9 s ; or from a bowl, PjPi opp. Hjn to sprinkle with the finger): a. cummin Is 28 s5 , dust, sq. by 2 Ch 34 4 Jb 2 12 , ashes nO'Ctfn, heavenward, Ex 9 810 (P), coals of fire Tyn by Ez io 2 . b. blood, n3TD(n) iiy «AroM) (from a bowl) against the altar Ex 24 s (JE), Lv 17 6 (H), Nu i8 17 (P), 2 K 16 1316 Ez 43 18 , esp. in the ritual, SOB n3tDH bv against the altar round about Ex29 ,6a) Lv i 511 3 2813 7 s 8 1924 9 ,218 (all P); sq. Dyn by Ex 24 s (JE), sq. nmron 2 Ch29 22 - 22 - 22 ; without designation of place Lv 7 14 (P), 2 Ch 30 16 35 11 . c. water for purification, sq. 7y, Hz^^. . intrans.(siveral.)Ho7 9 ia nT)} r TGfy D| grey hairs are profuse upon him (? rd. '"ID"?', as in 2 Ch 26 19 ). Pu. Pf PIT, ofwaterof purification^owec?. over (by) one defiled by a corpse Nu i9 13i!0 (P). TpW5 n.ai. Na784 bowl, bason (prop, vessel for throwing or tossing a, liquid); 'dNu7 13 + I3t., pl.D^-ilDZc^ 20 , cstr.p.1tONu7 84 -f 2t., nip-i]0 Ne 7 70 +9 t., n'p-j]D Ex 38 s +2 1., sf. vn'p-iio Ex 27 s ; — 1. bowl for wine Am 6 6 . 2. elsewh. for use in ritual of sacrifice : a. for use at altar Ex 27 s 3 8 3 Nu 4" (all P), 1 K 7 4046 Je 52 18 Zc 9 15 1 4 20 . b. given by the princes full of flour mingled with oil for a WOO Nu -j'^.^^.a.n. »-«'-«"m»-m-»(P). c . golden basons for use in the temple 1 K 7 50 2 K 12 14 25 15 1 Ch 28 17 2 Ch 4 81I!B Je 52 19 . d. golden basons for the second temple Ne 7 70 . t P1J] vb. only Po. sneeze (cf. '(^i" 1 ^ X Jb 4 1 ]0 for Heb. Vr/t^py ; vb. prob. onomatop.) ; — D'oya y3B> ny nysn yfin 2 K 4 s5 . tunt n.pr.f. wife of Haman Est 5 1014 6 1313 (ace. to Opp KBth - 25 =Pers. zaris, Zend zairis, la doree, cf. kiwiy aurum ductile,Yu nmh ; Jen voj,ieK,.« comi ; Elamit go ddess Kiriia). trnf n.f. span (NH id. (X M% Syr. JL») ; appar. fr. Heb.), etym. dub. ; Thes and most der. fr. V HIT, vid. OP 146 »> but also Sta' 187 *; g a 2MG 1887.M7 pr0 p_ y nnr measure jf t determine, mm

afip. 280)—span, ss standard of measurement, l3"? "3 D??? Is 40"; elsswlL of actual size, a span, dist-mos between ends of thumb nnd little finger of spread hand ;=} cubiz (Va-11:93 & tell; cf. Ex25" with Joseph N" "L '4‘), ’r Ex 28““‘39" (le P) E: 43"; l S 17‘ six cuhits and a «pm Vid. Hultsch """L “"4” Benz ""“L ’7‘.

Tmn} n.pr.m. head eta family or returned exiles Eu- 2“: Na 1“; cf. nlso Ezr to” Na xo‘h

mpg-an. a Levine I Ch 23‘ 26'.

1'1le n.pr.nn an eunuch of Alissnerus Est 1'" (Oppmj comp. Pei-s. aim, conqueror).