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INC? and Korah and associates go down alive by '*'s judgment, Nu i6 3033 (J), cf. ^ 55 16 ; under mts. and sea Jb 26* (cf. V), 'B* JD3 Jon 2 3 (cf. v 7 ); with bars Jb 1 7 16 (si vera 1. : v. © Du) ; '&* '? Vn4i 7 ; '# *0 Is 3 8 10 ; personif. Is 2 8 1MS (|| HID) as insatiable monster 5 14 Hb2 5 Pri 12 2 7 a> 30 16 ; as sa 'd (fig-) to have snares, 'B* van, f 1 8 6 = 2 S 2 2", cf. V *2fO V' 1 1 6 3 ; opp. (height of) D^BB* Am g 2 Jb 1 1 8 ^ 139* + (opp. nhyn'?) Is 7 11 (v. supra); dark, gloomy, without return Jb 1 7" (cf. v' 6 7 9 1 o 21 1 6 22 ; all being alike 3 1719 2 1 23 " 26 ); without work or knowledge or wisdom, ace. to Ec 9 V6 - 10 (cf. Jb 14 21 , and v. tTNB") sub HST ; yet cf. Isi4 9f ). 2. condition of right- eous and wicked disting. in '{? (later than 1 S 28, esp. inWisdLt) : a. wicked lty*$ ««* ^ 9 ' 9 , '£?!> «3V 31"; death is their shepherd, without power and honour they waste away 49 151i ; 'ty consumes them as drought water Jb 24"; righteous dread it because no praise or presence of God there (as in temple) >//■ 6 6 (cf. 88 6 ), Is 38"; deliverance from it a blessing f 30 4 86 13 Pr 23 14 . In Ezek. 'e> is land below, place of reproach, abode of uncircumcised Ez

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b. righteous shall not be aban- doned, 'vb f i6 ,0 (|| nne* q. v .; opp. D^rj n# etc., v", cf. 17 15 ), is ransomed from 'b> 49 16 (cf. 73 23!i Is 57 1 ' 2 ) ; cf. Job's expectation and desire Jbi4 I3 i7 ,3 (cf.io 21 i9 25f ). 3. later distinction of places in 'b> : a. depths of '&* for sensualist Pr9 ,s . b. t^SISi 'V Pr 25", v. fi^K. [«# and 113, q.v., when || 'ty, are usu. in bad sense (^88*); prob. = pit in V, >'e> itself as pit; words at least prepare for local distinctions of postB. Judaism and NT.] 4. '{J* fig. of ex- treme degradation in sin Is 57 s ; as place of exile for Israel Ho i3 1414 (cf. Is 26"). t [|K#] vb. Pa'l. (Ges t56d ) be at ease or at peace, rest securely (Syr. JuL pacify, xJL, Eth. (fiiii peace) ;—Pf. 3 ms. pKB> Je 4 8", *&[ consec. 30"' + ; 3 pi. VM& Jb3"; — be at ease, secure, undisturbed by ill fortune : '&) OpB'l 1 ,_ !np m Je 3 o ,0 = 4 6 2 "; 48' 1 (of Jfoabj ; nfj ina» 'V Pr i 33 ; of rest from trouble, etc., in grave Jb 3". IHttJ v. ]»& rvs. +^NT adj. at ease, secure (Ba NB » 143 « Ges H<bkj!_ abs _ /p Ig 33 2„ ; pL tffffg Am 6 1 + , ni3?NtJ>Is 3 2 9n - ls ;— -1. at ease, secure: 'V mj IS33 20 secure habitation (of Jerus.), cf. 'B* riinwtp 32 18 (|| D'ntpaO). 2. as subst., one at ease, free from misfortune, Jb 12 s . 3. at ease, with collat. idea of careless, wanton, arrogant, Am 6' IS32 9 " Zc i lb ^r 123 4 . 4. as subst. abstr. = arrogance: sf. ^(0 aKl9" (|| ^]P.m) = Is 3 7 28 , but <VW thine uproar, Bu**""" 1 »m. ae Gr Che Mart | K - t (perh.), Bur. Cf. ptibv. "CMUJ Je 30" Kt v. DDB>, nDB>. fl. 'lh?^ vb. gasp, pant, pant after, long for (so X Jb 7 2 );— Qal Pf. 3 ms. **V consec. Jb 5 s , 3 fs. H3NE' Je 2 24 , 3 pi. ««# 1 4 6 ; Impf. 3 ms. «|KB« Jb f, etc.; Ft. act. t$t0 Ec I s ; — 1. gasp, as a woman in travail, fig. of', Is 42" (|| DB'J); pant after, snuff up the wind (ace), of wild ass Je 2 24 14 6 ; constr. praegn. 'B> iDiptp-pKl Ec i 5 unto his place he panteth (comes panting), of sun under fig. of racer. 2. gasp or pant with desire •<// 1 19 131 (|| 3*0); pant after, be eager for, c. ace. Jb 5 s (cf. CtMf p. 855 b ), f (II n J£)> 36 20 (but obscure in context). fll. [*M*Xl£'] vb. crush, trample upon (|| form of *|*> (q.v.), if pointing right, cf. Kb 1439 ; We Now read D'ONC*, etc., from V(i0, cf. Ges* 72p ; perh. orig. pulverize by rubbing, but also appar. by pounding, stamping, tread- ing, Levy ChWB «|W», Jastr Dtet - »f«>, *KV ;— most make=I.flN'B',but Vrss render as above) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. >lht*f +56*, 3 pi. tttttjf v 5 ; Inf. ubs. *XV Ez 36 s ; PL sf. , 'B^fc ! ^57 4 ; pi. W2W Am 2 7 8 4 ; — trample upon, crush (the poor, etc.), fig., c. ace. pers. Am 8 4 ; strangely 2" (We Now Marti del. H(Pt!J , ! , V I which Torrey JBL " (1S98 >- U2 expl. as old doublet, cf. @@ ; AYRY pant after the dust, etc., hyperb. for extreme avarice, cf. Hi Dr ; but Dr thinks 35 poss. original : crush the heads ofthepoorupon the dust [cf. Is 3 14 J, in any case del. 3 after '& crush); a'aBJ? D2ns TSh ntee* Ez 36 s ; ^ 56 s 57 4 and (ace. ora.) 50 3 . I. IKt^ vb. remain, be left over (svn. - T 133 v J •«:) (NH id.; X IKf; Sab. 1ND remaining Hom chr 124 ; Ar. '}L,'jl, be left over, Lane, cf. Lag GGNi899,j9 7 . OAram. -IKB> remainder, Nab. rmKB>, v. Lzb 371 SAC 110 );— t Qal Pf. 3 ms. V i S 1 6 11 the youngest still remains. Niph. 93 Pf. Sms.-iSB*? Gn47 13 + ; sfs.n-JNB'j Jos 13 1 Dn io 8 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. "IXB 1 ? Is n 1116 , "IK^JI Gn 7 s3 , etc.; PC. "$?? Gn 3 2 9 -(-, ISB/WI Ez 9 8 (read -mi Hi Toy Krae, 1#K1 Sm ; "del. © Hi Co Siegf Berthol); f. ■TlKE'J 2 K 19 50 = Is 37 31 , niNfJ Ex io 5 2 Ch 3 o 6 , JTJ^J Jos 13 2 , etc.;—