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Je 51 35 (r 73 M , etc.;— 1. _/&»/» ; a. as food, Ex 2i I0 (HPS also 1 S9 24 , for-Wf ?n), f vS^dl Dnb), v* (|| HJJ ^y); fig. Mi 3 2 (II -iiy), v 3 (|| id.)', Je 5 1 35 (|| D^). b. fig. for physical power ^ 73 s6 ( + 33.b), Pr 5" ( + lb3). a. in HP=/ZesA- (= blood-) relation (i. e. one near of kin): "WE? TO Lv i8' 2 , cf. v 13 20 19 , also i8' 7 (read VW for nw, © Ew Dr-Wh ; cf. Di Baen); + 3*% T7Uai»Nuaj"j nc'3'B i Lvi8 6 25 49 . 3.= self, Pr 1 1 17 (||C33). mwy Lvi8 17 v. ~>»p 2. trnstp n.pr.f. ' daughter ' of Ephraim ; — t ire V CI17 24 (v. also n.pr.loc. 'B> fH* p. 25a supr.); © B titcivots t. Karakoinois, but ®L (cf. © A ) f] 8vydrr)p aiirov "S.apaa. rHNIttJO v. p. 6o2 a supr. riN© v. mi. t N3tt? n.pr.gent. et terr. Sh^ba, in SW. Arabia T (Sab. K3D DHM ZM ° """"' < la83) ' 9 , K3D vb.= make campaign Mordt HI72 or expedition Sab. Denkm. N °- ,1,;u4 ; cf. DSMargoliouth 11 " 1 - DB SHEBi rB E "" BlbSBEBA andreff.);— Sheba: 'VTrabn 1 K I0 i.4..o. 1 3_ 2Ch9 ,. 3 .9. 12 . tj *a«,p ^ ?2 io. famous for trade, tf »J^I Ez 2 7 22 - 23 ', '£? nb^n Jb 6 19 (|| NOPl); yielding costly wares Ez 38 13 , '# 2H1 ^ 72 1S , 'Bt? njb|> Je 6 20 (II prpo jokd, c f. ML), paying homage and tribute to Israel in future Is 60 6 ; descended from (Yoktan and) Shem Gn io 28 (J)= 1 Ch i 22 , from (Yokshan and) Abr. and Keturah Gn 25 3 (J'?)= 1 Ch i 32 (i.e. a north- ern branch of Sheba, + JTI, q.v.), but from B'G Gn io 7 (P)= 1 Ch i 9 ; marauders,N.Arabia,Jbi 15 . t^^ltp] adj. gent, only pi. as subst., VNB& (BaerGinsb ttfef) Jo 4 8 (|| P*tJ 'irbtf, cf. Je 6 20 supr.), > © Me Now VlBv into captivity. I. IQttf (NH 32? Pi. hew; Ar. J^, cut, Aram. (Talm.) H3B* splinter, cf. Hand. dim. N , JUNE'No , " 4( '). t O^l^ti? n. [m.] pi. probably splinters ; — frajW ^}f njn; 'tf Ho 8 6 (cf. We; Vrss appar. conjecture). II. 22ttf (As. JaJdftw, 6;a2«, cf. Syr. *» 6wm, )A.^»i ray, flash (Lexx., cf. PS); Ar. ^i is Wa«e wp (cf. Ba K85 °), but ySssB*! (Another etymology in Ber " 3 ' 22 )). t [S.'Otn] a. m. probably flame (BAram. W);- cstr. W* ^ Pia; l6*| Jb 18 s (|| nix); soEcclus8 10 45 19 . n ^ti^ vb. take captive (NH, OAram. id.; Ar. UL1 ((rt-); Aram. K3B*, U«.); — Qal P/. Sms-V Je 41' 4 ; sf. D3Bh (consec.) 43 12 (but rd. n?Cn Gie; Du conj. «J£j); 2 ms. JV?^ 2K6 22 <//68 19 , etc.; /ny?/ 3 ms. fl^l Nu 21 1 Je4i 10 , etc.; /mv.ms. n3^1 JU5 12 ; 7n/. cs<r.ri i i3e>0b 11 ; i>«. ac<. pi. D^y'ls 14 3 , etc.; pass. mpl. tt*Of Is6i fpl. cstr. Tffiff Gn 31 26 ;— ta&e captive: 1. a. c. ace. pers., Nu 24 s2 (JE), 1 S 30 2 2 K 5 2 6 s2 ( + 3 instr.) Je4 I 1010 (but v'° D Gie reads BJPf 3, cf. © Luc), v", Gn 3 4 29 (P), 2 Ch 2 8 8 ( + |t? part.), + 6 t.; 4- Je 43 12 appar. c. ace. idols (but v. supra ; ace. of land Gie). b. ace. v'fl Ob ", Bterjn 2 Ch 21 17 , cattle, etc., iCh 5 21 2 Ch 14". C. pt. in periphrast. conjug. (DIT3B7) Cab* VH1 Is 14 2 ; pt. c. sf.= their captives, etc., 1 K 8 40 = 2 Ch 6 36 , Is 1 4 2 Je 50 33 , + 5 t. ; pt. pass. Is 6 1 1 = captives; S'JJJ TY*2t?3 Gn 31 26 my daughters as captives of the sword. 2. c. ace. cogn. , 3B' Ju 5 12 lead captive thy captives, cf. jr 68 19 2 Ch 28' 7 , so ( + *!? pers.) Nu2i* (JE), and (ace. rtfitf) 2 Ch28 5n ; W$i 'V T)t2i vs =take him captive. tNiph. be taken captive: Pf. 3 ms. naBO, of man Gn 14 14 , of beast Ex 22" (E), of " 115? Je i3 17 ; 3 pi. Wh human subj. 1 S 30 s6 iK8 47 = 2 Ch6 : ' 7 , Ez6 9 . t^aty n. m. I,49>24 captivity, captives (coll.) ; — 'e? abs. Ex 1 2 M + , cstr. Ezr 2 ' 4- ; ^B/ Nu2i' + ; sf. 1)32* Ju 5 12 , < i , 3B'Dt2i 10 , D3 , 3B* NU31 19 , etc.; — l.=state of captivity /$? 7]bn Am 9 4 Dt 28 4 ' Na 3 10 Je 20 6 22 s 30 16 Ez 12" ( + n^i33), 30 1718 Is 4 6 2 Lai 18 , ="2f ^n v 6 ; K3J '3^3 Dnn 8 ; f*2 fnj Ezr 9 7 , Iffy JTJJ ^78", i3|3 n^ J e 4 8 46 ; *^ *?$ iB'si J e 15 2 43 11 , y$ Onfij) 2 Ch 2 9 9 ;'" , 3B i 3' instr.' of judgment Dn 11 33 ; V C p.? Je 3O ,0 '46'- 7 2 Ch 6 37:l8 ; phr. of deliverance, (only Ezr Ne): ftF® rWJBO Nei 2 , cf. v 3 , flTW D^? 8 17 , n^lfl *ffQ D^Vn Ezr 2'=Ne f, 'fnD D"N3n Ezr 3 8 $*>.' 2. act of capture, Da'DW 't? DJ? Am 4 10 ; RJ3^ n^tDB' Dt 2 1 13 i. e. garb in which she was captured ( > others captivity in both : Am 4 10 =your captive horses ; Dt 2 1 1S her captive's garb). 3. = captives (coll.): Ex 1 2 29 (J), Nu 3 1 ,219 - 26 (man and beast), Is 20 4 (||rvfa), 4 9 2 <" 5 Hb I 9 + Ez32 9 © al. (v. 13S* ad fin.) ; appar. fs. Is 52= (but v. Vti) ; object of n3B> (q.v.) Ju 5 12 ( >T?^ 3tf adj. vel n.m. whence] !T»3tt5 n.f. captive (cf . Rahlfs '" "• » ln rs " m - «) ;— - flTH& 'V