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Havilah ; 'B* "!3K Ex 2 5 7 28* 35 957 39* (all P), 1CI129 2 ; I3K O m.Ez28" ) Ex28 50 39 ,3 (bothP; all in lists of gems) ; TBD} "Ig "B> Jb 2 8 16 . tn. Dnb n.pr.ni. Levite ; — 'e> 1 Ch 24 s7 ; a{tr)oafi, «raa^L. ■ttJJbi5 sl Kt, v. K||>. tWYip n.pr.m. 1. Calebite 1 Ch a 4 ', 2aov, 2ow*. 2. secretary, David's time 2 S 20 25 Qr (Kt N't?), Iiprotv, A <rovs, ©L £ov<ra (v. {})&$ l)- I. Wltf (v^of foil.; cf. Ar. *UL (med. _,) be evil, foul, unseemly; Eth. rt£?i; baseness). T NIG? n. [m.} emptiness, vanity; — 'k> abs. Ex 23'+ 51 t., ISP Jb 15 31 (Kt); — 1. emptiness, nothingness, vanity: D"1K l"IJfl#J1 / B> ^ 60" ram (is) man's deliverance, =108"; 03? '5? 1 27 s it is vain (useless) for you; 8g iS for (?y) what nothingness hast thou created man 1 cf. V 'rrv Jb7 s ;'^ , .^^3i 7 (idols)=Jona 9 ,cf.Jei8 15 + Ho 5 11 © (for 1V); 'B> nn?p I s i» of ineffective offering to '» ; fy N6W (*6) Ex ao 7 - 7 <a£e «p name of God in vain (to no good purpose) =Dt 5 11 ", cf. i/^ 24 4 139 20 [MT fr/tea* wp in vain are thy foes, but rd. Igf for T1V, cf. Nfc>3 lb (7); al. T^V> Y - "• "'VJ; V Wl Ho 12 12 ftecome nothing (We '{? n'BT?, and so 3) ; '£> (INI f 1 1 g* 7 ; m mm Je 2 30 4 30 6 29 46"; 'l? ^ 127 11 Mai 3". 2. emptiness of speech, lying, 'W }3 -13-11 Pr 30 8 ; 'B* 13T ^,i2 3 4 1 7 144 s " IS59 4 Ez 1 3 s ; '5? JT17K Ho 1 o 4 + 1 2 2 © We al. (for Itf) ; t^oy !$n Jb 3 i s (|| no-io); 'tf ny Dts ,7 (=nj? "1$ Ex 20 16 ) ; cf. V yCE> Ex 23 1 (E) ; of false (empty) prophecy 'V fitn Ez 1 2 24 , 'V WQ La 2 14 ; v. also Ez i3 6 '- 923 2 1 34 2 2 28 Jb 35 13 (or empty complaining, sub 1); 'e> DDp Ez 2I 25 ; ntoVl tSfa Ze io 2 . 3. of conduct, worthlessness (Buhl sub 1,2); 't? Tit? worthless men ^26 4 Jbn 11 ; worthless motives (in fig.) '#n 'psn Is 5 18 ; 'V HM 30 28 (i.e. sifting out the worth- less; al. sieve of (bringing) disappointment) ; play on meanings in Jb 15 3131 , cf. Dr J ° ,> • J"'*"-**. II. N1ttf(-/offoll.; prob. ||formof,w). t[«it2J] n.[m.] ravage (?);— pi. sf. nrPKfe> i' 35 1 ' rescue me from their ravages (si vera 1.); © Kwtmpyia; 01 Dy Gr Che Con ""- plausibly tHKB> their roaring, cf. v" I7c ; WeDu D*?Kb». tnNitt?, PIN© n. f. devastation, ruin, waste;— abs.'lE>l8io 3 + ,nN'B' 47 "iZpi 15 Jb30 14 ( + 3S 27 van d. H. Gi, but v. Baer's n.) ; cstr. J1NB' Pr3' :5 ; — 1. devastation, ruin, as coming on pers., Is io 3 47" (Babylon personif.), ^ 35 s * 6 3 >o. q^i rW Pj-3* (obj. genii; pW); nNiK i DVB'(Di , )Zp i"; prob. = devastating storm, in sim. Ez 3 8 9 (|| ffl), Pr i 27 (Qr; Kt m»tt*{ || nB1D).—f 35 8b read prob. nhne> Aw_pi7, <SWe (cf. v 7 ). 2. concretely, rwm, waste, of the desert, Jb 30 3 (rdg. H? for BtoK 01 ; other- wise sub 1), nKteta 't5> 38 17 (|'p3"]t? v M ); = ruins Jb 30 14 . tnNV£?p, nNtop n.f. desolation ;— 1. sg. only in 'CA nNE> Zp 1 15 Jb 30 3 38 s7 , v. foregoing; pl.(riiK«5>D, rd.) niSityD, so Klo Hup-Now Che comm. Bae Du V' 74 3 ruins (of temple) and 73 18 ruins (of one's life, fig.; but Du here der.fr. NBO: deceptions, v. p. 674 ; yet cf. synon. HQE* v 19 ). T [nfrWri] n.f. noise (prop, of devastation, storm); — MT only pi. iliNBTl abs. city noises Is22 2 (of njpin "vy), adv. acc.=(with) shoutings ZC4 7 ; socstr.jmt* l6 fc^J f Jb39 7 (subj.wild ass); in3D 'n 36^ (of thunder); read peih. sg. T)vn ( = n«OT) J b 30 22 Kt, dissolvest me in (or, i'«<o) <Ae roar of the storm (|| ma/;e me ride on wind), so Ew 01 De Di Du Bu al.; > n;e>n Q r AV my substance (?), Du 1WB ' ohne Halt ' (?). jits' |0M vb. turn back, return (NH id.; Hiph. in MI 8 ' 12 ; Sab. 3in, 3fin, esp. requite Os ZMG lU < 1865) > 19S SabDenkm NoM ' '■ • Horn chrM *- m CIS 1 "- 81 ' 1 - 9 , etc.; Ar. ,^l5 return, so Aram. 3W, oL) ;— Qal c85 Pf. 3 ms. 3K/ Gni8 33 + , 3 fs. njf» Ru ! 15 + , ri3B'l consec. tEz 46" (Ges f72 °, but CoToyKrae H3Kh), 2 ms.Pl3B/^85 2 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. aW^J Ho 1 1' 5 + oft, 3t£ ^ 146 4 La 3 3 , juss. 3'^ Ju7 s + , 3?>»1 Gna6 18 + ; 3 fpl. ,)±>n Ez jgos.^ nj^n v 55 ' etc.; ;m». ms. 31E> Gn 3i 3 + , 3B> Ex 4 19 1 k i8 43 , n^V Ho i4 2 +, fpl. n:3'B> Ru i 81112 , etc.; Inf. abs. 3^ Gn 8 3 + , cs«r. 3W Ex 4 21 + , afc' Jos a' 6 (Ges" 2 "), etc.; P<. 3K' Gn 43 ,8 + , fs. n3B/Bui 22 -r, etc.; pass. cstr. ^K 5 Mi 2 8 ; — turn back, return: 1. turn back, c. ft? loc. Ju 3 19 8", cf. 7 3 , c. nnw? pers., i. e. from following a S 1 1" 1 K 19 21 Ru i 16 , fr. pursuing 2 S 2 26 - 30 1 K aa S3 =a Ch i8 3S ; c. JO of pursuit 1 S 17 63 a 3 28 , cf. a Ch 1 1 4 ; c. *3^J pers., i.e. so as to follow 1 S 15 31 2 S 23 10 ; turn back in fear, JO rei Jb 39 s2 (of horse), ^3 >1&K> Pr 3 o 30 (of lion), so abs. (of foes) ^ 6" 56 10 70 4 , in shame La i 8 ; turn back and do so and so : Gni4 7 Ex 14 2 , cf. Nu 33 7 (^5 loc, both P), Jos8 21 (E), n 10 (J),