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blHttJ ask each for (or about) his fellow as to welfare, cf. tJu 18" i S io 4 I7 K 25 s 30 21 [read "h 0$* © <o We Dr HPS Bu] 2 S 8"' Je 15 5 1 Ch 18'°; sq. direct question only, iS 1 7" Je i8 13 (c.3 loc), sq. indirect question only (c. DK) Je 30 6 ; *B"H^ 'C 'fi Gn 24 s7 (J); abs. make inquiryDt 1 3 li (+B'l^ , "^P). tb. inquire of, consult, deity, oracle, etc. (Jastr JBLx " (,900, ' 88B ), sq. ace. "• 'B Jos 9 14 (JE), Is 30 2 , 65 1 (|| B>i?3) ; elsewhere in Hex only (ace. om.), Nu 27 21 (P; c. 7 pers. for whom, +3 instr.), cf. Jos 19 50 ; also 31K 't? Dt 18" (pt. as subst.; Jager BAS "' 292 cp. As. massaku sa sd'ili, i. e. skin-vessel of the oracle-seeker, cf. Jastr J1 """ ( " 0l,) ' 96ff '); c. ace. of human agent iS 28 16 Je38" 27 ; usu. (ancient usage, chiefly Ju Sm) -»«!? "3 'V (? perh. orig. local, so GFM, or instr.), Ju i l 20 23 1 S 2 3 2 30 s 2 S 2 1 5"= I Ch 14'°; "ibN.Pom. 1 S io M (sq. direct question), 22 10 (7 pers. for whom), 2 3 4 28 6 2 Ss 21 =i Ch 14" Ju 20 27 ; D'n^a 'B* Ju 1 8 5 2o' 8 1 S 1 4 37 (sq. direct question), also (7 pers. for whom), 22 13 - 1S ; 'v 'ttt "OT3 2 S 16 23 ; likewise iSJ?3 'B» Ho 4 12 (i.e. his' idol), BWWI3 Ez 2i= 6 , 3^K3 1 Ch 10"; perh. =receive as oracle Dti8 16 ( Dy»), Jastr lc -. Niph. ask for oneself (Ges S51e ), specif, ask leave of absence, c. Jt? pers. : Pf. 3 ms. + Inf. abs. 7NBO bm 3 1 S 20 6 (sq. inf.), v 29 (sq. 15? J J ins. 7 inf. HPS); P/. 1 s. I^TT? ^se>3 Ne 13 6 (abs.). +Pi. 1. inquire carefully: Impf 3 mpl. + Qal Inf. abs. &Kt£ ?^ 2 S 20 ,s (Bu prop. Qal Impf. W?*), c. 3 loc; on foil, context v. WeDrHPSBu. 2. beg, practise beggary, Pf. 3 pi. l7N?h (consec.) ^ 1 09 10 . Hiph. (prop. ?e< one ask [successfully], give, or ZemZ, on request, then) grant, make over to (as a favour, with or without request) : Pf 1 s. sf. VirpNB'n '"b 1 S i 29 / have made him over to (cf. Dr HPSBu and Qal Pt. pass., ib.); perhaps also read 3 fs. '"? n^wn 2 20 (whom) she hath made over to 'i (for "7 7t?B>) Bu HPS (after © in part ; other conj. in Dr) ; Impf 3 mpl. sf. rei DWtBty Ex 1 2 M (E) and they handed tliem over. T 7N© n.pr.m. with foreign wife, Ezr io 29 , © 2aovia, ©L A<T<rnrj. VlNCJ n.pr.m. (=asked (of '»), cf 7N"nW infr.; Palm. n.pr. N7W Lzb 371 Cooke 233 ) ;— 2aouX : 1. 3g7 1st king of Isr., 1 S or 3 - 3 - 6 (son of Kish, aBenjamite)+ 359 t.Sm, 28 1. iChr, ^i8' 52' 54' 57' 59' (all »n titles); 'E> ny33 Is io 29 (and 1 S n 4 15 34 ; 2 S 21 6 v. 11. n$D3). +2. a king of Edom Gn 3 6 3?33 (P)= 1 Chi 48 - 4 '. t3. ason of Simeon Gn46'°Ex6 ,5 Nu26 l:i (all P)= 1 Ch 4 24 . +4. a Levite 1 Ch 6 9 . T'TWMttJ adj. gent, of 3 supra: e. art.= n.pr.coll.'#nNu26 13 (P). rh&ti is 7" v. bSKv 1. tn^Ntt.' [1. i~n©] n.f. request, thing asked for ;—'«?' Ju 8 24 + ; sf. vfygjf 1 S 1 27 + , viW Jb 6 s , TjnW Est 5 6 + , irb& 1 s i 17 , °vfl!& V' Io6U ;— !• request, petition, Ju 8 24 1 K 2™- :0 (both ace. cogn. c. b«f), Est 5 6 - 7 (c. jnj =grant), 7' ; ' 3 9 12 . This passes easily into 2. iAiny asfocZ /or, 1 S 2 20 , c. (03 1 »■» Est 5 9 f 1 o6 15 ; 'V Ki3ri Jb 6 9 .— 11. n^ v. infr. bitP&X n.pr.m., v. p. 84a. T[n7^tt??D] n.f. request, petition; — pi. cstr.^ TVNpQ yj, 3 f (c.-jrij, of '1); sf.TC^F? 20*(c.Kfc?,of'*). T7^JjHMttJ n.pr.m. (I have asked (him) of God; on ace. cf. (late) V ,1 37 3 ); — fi rs ' son of Jehoiachin and uncle of Zerubbabel ace. to 1 Ch 3 ,r (cf. v 18 - 19 ); but Z.'s father Hg i 1 2 23 Ez3 2S Ne 12 1 (attempts at explan. in Be Kit Benz). — Zau8tr}. t^iNtf, hiV0 n.f.* 8613 (appar. m. Jb 2 6 8 cf. Is l 4 9 ,'v. Albr ZAW,v,<199,!) ' H ) She'61, under- world (Alub.; 7NE', i.e. place of inquiry (ref. to necromancy) Jastr Am. Js»m. um. m. w ci jbl «u ). 88 «r. (J erem LetKnn.d.Tod. 109 , Q r( fa E^ScM- dung'); Thes Bb De, ° U159 Di al. cp. -/b$V, whence b^V hollow hand, etc.; 'ty then=hollow place, 'llblle,' hell; other conj. v. Hup p "- 6 ' 6 De"' "• " Beer 8 ""- H * dM in Holtzmann FMt8abe ' >**• ,s ; most now refrain from positive etymology (e.g. Buhl); OAram.7lNK*,Syr."^c£j».; As. su-alu is dub. : so read and interpr. Dl p * m ; rrol - 47 - 14i Jastr Am. j. e«m. un S . xi,. 165 if. Ency _ Bib.'"- ; opp. by Bertin TSBAVIII.M. J en Ko,mol.mir. Zim KAT3.636 ft] . y _ a]g() Muss-Arnolt JBI "" (,892 ,M and reff.);— alw. abs., 71NB ; Dt32 22 +52t,n__Gn42 38 f 9 ,s ; 7N^iK 2 6 Jb^ 16 , n_Gn37 33 +7t.; + Is 7 "(so read for n *?W Aq 2 e Du Che and now most);— 1. tJie underworld, nWUJ 'V Dt 32", nnnp Is 14 9 ; rroo 'tJto p r i 5 2, ' ; || nj» 5 5 7^ Ct 8 6 ^8 9 43 ; whither men descend at death, Gn 37 s5 (E), 42 s9 44 29 - 31 (J), iS 2 6 1K2" Jb7 9 2i ,3 Isi4 llli V'88 4 ,