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Gni* + ; cstr.2" + ; H$ i'°+; cart. always n*5 i" + ; 0. 'V loc. nnK ii»> + , (this form also poet. = HS Jb34 13 +); sf. T!* 20 15 +; Wl* ORE*) 1 2 ' + . etc - »' P 1 - "^ Je 28 s + 65 1.; cstr. niinw E^ 39 » + 6 1.; sf. DrfriK Gn io' + 2 t.; — 1. a. earth, whole earth (opp. to a part) Gn i8 18a 2 2 ,8 ( = nD"l«n 12 3 ) Je 2 5 26 ' 29 - 30 26 s Is 37 16al = 2 K 1 9 1619 Zc 4"> u + . b. earth, opp. to heaven, sky Gni 2 EX20 4 Dt5 8 30" Jus 4 La2' Is37 18 =2Ki9 15 f 146 6 iCh2i 16 29" 2Ch 2 " + ; as permanent Ec I 4 ; built on foundations, or pillars 1 S 2 8 + 104 5 Jb 38^ Is 48 13 5i 13 - 16 cf. also Is 24 18 ^ 82 5 ; firm, so that its shaking is something terrible, & token of terrible power 1S14 4 2S22 8 ='f 18 8 Jb9 6 cf. V^46 2 & v"; so also Am 8 8 Is 2 1921 24 18 ' 19 - 50 ^ 60 4 77 19 99 1 114 7 ; as hung on nothing Jb 26 7 ; with waters under it Ex20 4 =Dt 5 8 cf.Gn 7"; personified, esp. as ad- dressed, called to witness, etc. Dt 32 1 Je 6 19 22 s9 Is i J Mi i 2 Jb 16 18 . c. earth = inhabitants of earth Gn6" n 1 iK 2 2 io S4 V'33 8 66 4 + cf.'N ^?TI Pr8 31 Jb37 12 . 2. land=a,. country, territory, -IJtfB' 'K Gn 1 o 10 , DnxO 'K 2 1 21 ; cf. also 1 o" 1 1 ™ M I3 10 47 6W 5° 8 Is7 18 23 113 27"^ 78 12 Je25 20 1 Chi 43 ; personif. L362 4 Ecio 1617 . b. district, region Gn 19 28 22 2 Josn 3 V'4 2? - c. tribal territory Dt 34 s Ju2i 21 1 S 9 416 13 7 1 K 15 20 Is S' 23 ; and still smaller territories 1 S 9 4 d. piece of ground Gn 23 15 . e. specif, land of Canaan, or Israel Gnu 31 I2 1 - 5 - 6 - 7 31 3 EX14 34 Dt 17 14 18 9 2 K 5 2 - 4 + ; esp. obj. of &v 2 >ossess Dts^ + oft. Dt^al.; so after ^0} J os i 9 49 +; 103 Dt i 21 + . f.= inhabitants of land Lv 19 29 Ez i4 13 + cf. Dt 24" Zc 12 12 etc. g. used even of Sh e 'ul Jb 10 2122 (cf. As. irsit la tdrat, land without return, in Descent of Ishtar, v. Jr 10 ' 65 ); v. also yjr 139" Is 44 s3 . 3. a. ground, sur- face of ground = ncnK q.v. Gni 26 * 18 2 33 s 38 s Ex 4 3 1 6 4 Ku 2 10 1 S5 4 + very oft. in S. b. ml, as productive =n»ns Gni 11 - 11 LV19 9 25" 2 6 4 cf. Nui 4 7 - 8 Is 3 6 7 =2Ki8 32 V72 616 107 3435 Ezr 9 12 Ne 9 2i . 4. H? i n phrases : a. people of the land 'NrrDy f non-Israelites Gn 23 71213 (P)Nui4 9 (JE);aswellasIsr.Lv20 4 (H)2Ki5 6 i6 is 2 1 24 - 24 ; esp. common people, opp. officials, princes Lv 4" (P) Ez f 2 K 1 1 18 -'». +b. in measurements of distance, 'KH D"]33 the space or distance of country (v. m33) Gn 35'*, so "N rn33 some distance Gn 48 7 2 K 5 19 . c. niB"Bn J*1N the country of the plain, level or plain country Dt 4 s3 Je 48 21 ; "lie**? 'N fig. -^ 1 43 10 (but rd. rPN <S Bi Gr Che, cf. f 2 7"). d. D^O'K land of the living yjr 27 13 ; D^Hn 'N yj, 142 6 . e. 'Nn ns]5 «ncZ(*) 0/ <Ae earfA. Is 42 10 43 s (|| pirn) f 135 7 Pr 17 24 , so 'N ^DBK p r 3 o 4 + ; '«n nixp

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Is 40 28 4 1 5 ' 9 . 5. pi. niJHS is almost wholly late, Jei6 15 + 6t. Je; 23*. Ez; Is36 2 °37 I1 = 2 K 18 35 19 11 (Is 37 18 rd. D^an v . Che Di & cf. 2K19 17 ); 22t. Chr; Dn9 7 n 40 - 42 ; ^105" 106 27 107 3 116 9 ; besides these only P Gn io sa) - 31 Lv 26 :i639 , exc. Gn 26 s - 4 (J») 41 64 (JE) ; it denotes lands, countries, often in contrast to Canaan, lands of the nations, etc., v. esp. abs. Ez 20 32 22 4 ; = the various petty divisions of Canaan afterward united under Israel's control Gn 2 6 34 , cf. 1 Ch 1 3 2 bit-w) nix-iN, 2 Ch 1 1 23 rrpn) nirix. TN!pNt n.pr.m. chamberlain of Zimri 1K16 9 .' ["Hi*] vb. curse (As. ardru Zim BP68 ; on relation of mngs. bind & curse in As. v. Dl Pr101 ) — Qal Pf. 'ni-W, ITrihX Mai 2 2 ; Impf. 2 ms.lNfi Ex 22 17 . Nu 22 612 ; "IKK Gn 12 3 ; Imv. "T)? Nu 2 2 6 23 7 ; VliK, rife & Inf. abs. inK all Ju 5™; Pt.

  • T* Jb 3 8 ; VT$* Gn 27 s9 Nu 24 s ; "VnK Gn 3 14

+ 36 t. etc.; — curse || 1)13 bless, chiefly in poetic & legal sources of JED & later imitations : Gn I2 3 27 s9 (J) Nu 22" 2 2 3 7 24 9 (E) Ex 22 s7 (E) Mai 2 2 ; n'Q^ "ihtf nx= curse for ever her in- habitants Ju 5 s3 ; DV *V|fe cursers of the day (magicians whose imprecations made days un- lucky) Jb 3 8 . Pt. pass. Tnx, chiefly as exclama- tion, || ^13 Gn 3 1417 4 11 9 s5 27 s9 49 7 Nu 22 12 24' (E, poet.) Dt 2 7 16 - 26 Ju 2 1 18 1 S 14 2428 26 19 Je 1 1 3 1 7 5 2o 14 ' 16 48 1(U0 Mal i 14 ; T™?? D*?6>n D , ") ! n»«  cursed be those who wander from thy commands ^n 9 21 (® @ Jer De Ri), PW nnnsri this cursed woman 2 K 9 s4 . -fNiph. Pt. O^Ki cursed Mai 3 9 . tPi. 3 ms. sf. WTTJJ curse, lay under a curse Gn5 29 (J); Pt. ^ir^on D^sn the curse-bringing waters Nu 5 18 " 27 (P 6 1. waters destroying the perjured adulteress drinking them). ■ Hoph. Impf. W be cursed Nu

2«(E). 

t n"1«n n.f. a curse Dt 28 s DIKE) P r 3s 3 ; pi. nilSD Pr 28 s7 "'IIW v. nnn. Mal2 2 3 9 ; cstr.

  • ^~!"^^ n.pr.terr. Ararat (As. Urartu

C0T G1 °", cf. Lag Arm,,n - 8tud - 5100 )— 'n Jesi 27 ; QJ]«  Gn 8 4 +3 t. — a district in Eastern Armenia between the river Araxes & lakes Van & Oroomiah, cf. KGF; to this prob. ref. in 2 K i9 37 =Is 37 s8 'K HS; also Gn 8 4 '« T$ where the ark rested; used perhaps with wider ref. Je

1 27 '« niabpp (|| 'an, M?^). 

t[tC"l^] vb. betroth (Mish. DIN, Ph. {TIN