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traced back to Abraham & Keturah Gn 25 s cf. Di. "Mm* adj. gent. 1*J as n.coll. 2 S 2 9 , but rd. perh. *"JWtyl q.v., cf. also We Dr ; Kbh Klo al. rd. netan & comp. Ju i 32 . "WMjfcJ v. nne tNtyiPN n.pr.[m.] a god of Hamath 2K 17 30 , otherwise wholly unknown. t[^A] n.[m.] testicle (Syr. Jja*./ 1 ', Eth. Jifth/h etym. unknown) only Iflfe nilD Lv 2 1 20 . t SiStfM (5*^ Ct 7 8 ) n.m. Nul3 - 23 cluster (Eth. RflilA: Ar. Jo|, Aram. nfo««; etym. dub.; Thes MV sub VblW, but no suitable meaning proven ; Sta* 268 ' 300 der. fr. -/"je>X 0. afformat. b)— '« abs. Nui3 24 + ; cstr. v^+J pi. niba^K Ct f; cstr. r6??te Dt 32 s2 , tibyft Ct7 9 ; sf.n*r63E'«Gn40 10 ;— 1. cZwster of grapes, B*3$ 'K Nu 1 3 s3 cf. v 24 ; vid. also Gn 40 10 &&B D*33V 'S t"i« clusters ripened grapes; hence fig. of deeds of enemies of Israel, clusters of gall have they Dt 3 2 32 (|| «*1 *3jy); fig. of Isr. Is 65 s 'xa Bflrwjn s;rc>>; Mi 7 1 ^3*6 ^ia?te px fig. of desolation of Israel under Yahweh's judgment; Ct f in sim. JS3n Jl'i^KS "tfff cf. v 8 (where Thes MV think of ciusters of dates, v. "ion palm-tree, ib.) 2. cluster of henna-flowers, "iS3n 'X (v. ^3), metaph. of the beloved one Ct 1 ". (Cf. Grunwald Is^a<,1 ' Letlerb °<ie. *■*• xi ' 148 M T73tL'N n.pr. 1. m. an Amorite, brother of Mamre, dwelling in neighbourhood of Hebron Gni4 13M . 2. in combination bty* bm Nu 1 3 s3 Dti 24 ; Sto^X 'i Nui3 M 32 9 ;— valley of Eshcol, = valley of a cluster, region of Hebron (cf. 1 3 s2 ); in 13 24 der. fr. 'x cluster, q.v.; see however Di ad loc. B3tt/M n.pr.m. 1. a descendant of Japhet Gn io 3 = 1 Ch i 6 ; = 2. a northern people JeSi 27 W2^K1 »JO DT»j ni3?pp (perh. a people of Bithynia, =Ascan(ians) + az ending of Armen. patronymics, v. esp. Len 0r "- 3s8f, ) also Lag 06 * Abhu.dl.2Mf. TJ iGn io 3. but v Lag Arm.n.Stud.l^ "GttJN V. II. 13B>. am hwi f$ (be firm, firmly rooted, cf. Ar. j}| be firm). t^ttJN n. ,m. tamarisk-tree (Ar. JJ1, Sab. bm Sab! Denkm. 66 cf. DHM 88 "* 58 ; on an Aram.

  • bm v. Low" - 38 ; cf. Tristr FFP26 °) planted by

Abraham Gn 2i 33 (J); in 1S22 6 Saul is dwell- ing nona ifxrrnrro n?a?a ; 3 i» gaul and his sons are buried 'NnTirW; it wa s perh. a sacred tree, marking shrine. t DttW, DBfc vb. offend, be guilty (Ar. ^>, id., ^Jl, reum judicavit, 'J, "l^, fault, guilt, mulct, cf . Eth. fhvy°-)~ DB>X Lv 5 " Nu 5 7 ; am Hb 1 " + 7 t. ; flD^X Nu 5« ; riosfN Pr 30 10 ; TO Ez 2 2 4 ; WS Lv 4 ' 3 ; 7mp/'ci^ H04 1 ' + 13 t.; Inf. abs. tim LV5 19 ; DitW Ez25 12 ;— . commit an offence, a trespass, do a wrong, or an injury, with ? : niiT7 De*X OB'S /i« hath done a great wrong to Yahweh (in violating the com- mands) Lv5 19 (P); b DB>X 1B*£ ]ri) an d he shall give it (restitution) to him to whom lie did wrong Nu 5 7 (P), cf. 2 Ch 19 1010 ; Dm ttffen and tliey committed lasting wrong (irreparable wrong, the Edomites against Judah) Ez 25 12 . . be or become guilty Ju 21 22 Je 50 7 Ho 4" Hb 1"; in offences requiring sin-offering Lv 4 13 ' 22 - 27 (P), of trespass-offering Lv 5 s - 3 -' 7 - 23 Nu 5' (P); with b guilty of Lv 5 46 (P), with 3 in or through Ez 2 2 4 Ho 13 1 . 3. be held guilty, bear punishment V'34 22 ' 23 Pr30 10 Is 24 s Je 2 3 H05 15 io 2 14 1 Zc 11 6 Ez6 6 (but cf. D»B>). Niph . *DE>X3 suffer punishment Jo I ls . Hiph. Impf. sf. DO'B^n declare them guilty ^ 5". tD#H adj. guilty/x abs. 2814"; pl.tTOKte Wnx~;>X Gn 42 s ' (E); guilty, and so bound to offer a trespass-offering Ezr io 19 ; but rd. prob. DD&'XI so Kue chroao1 ' v ' h ' Perllsch ° T U d v»k. 1890. 43 QttJN n.m. offence, guilt — '« Gn 26'° + 37 tl/sf. iDBfc Nu 5 7 + 7 t.;— 1. offence, trespass, fault ty 68 s2 [guiltiness RV). 2. guilt Gn 26 10 (J) Pr 14 9 Je 51 5 . 3. compen- sation, lvK DEW ^T?? to whom to return the compensation (or satisfaction for injury) Nu 5 78 (P ; restitution for guilt RV). 4. trespass- offering ( AV, but guilt-offering RV) used only in Lv 5, 6 10 7, 14, I9 2 ' 22 Nu 5, 6' 2 i8 9 (P), & Ez 40 39 42 13 44 s9 46 20 , cf. Ezr io 19 . This offering seems to have been confined to offences against God or man that could be estimated and so covered by compensation. The ordinary tres- pass-offering was a ram, together with restitu- tion and a penalty of a fifth of its value. The trespass-offerings of the leper and Nazirite were he-lambs Lv 14 Nu 6 12 ; if the person who suffered wrong or his kinsmen were not living the fine went to the priests. The vic- tims were offered, the blood and fat pieces going to the altar, the skin and flesh to the priests. There seems to have been no applica-