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nwrw tion of the blood to the horns of the altar (the chief ceremony of the sin-offering) because the guilt was not expiated at the altar but by compensation to the wronged person or his representative. A part of the blood of the leper's trespass-offering was applied to his person to consecrate him (as in the case of the ram of consecration to consecrate the priests Lv 8 s3 ). The trespass-offering is unknown to JED and the older Hebrew literature. However, the Philistines send an DB*N of golden mice and tumours I S 6 3 - 4 - 8 - 17 , and an DE>N of money was given to the priests 2 K 12 17 , but these are entirely different from the trespass-offering of P. The Messianic servant offers himself as an DE>N in compensation for the sins of the people, interposing for them as their substitute Is 53 10 (incorrectly, sin-offering AV 1W). See further Oeliler^^'^DiLvs 14 . TrTOtrS! n.f. wrong-doing, guiltiness (properly Inf. cf. fnnK, n*T)— 'K Lv22 16 + 5 t., cstr. DDE* Ezr io 10 4-3 t. ; sf. inotfK Lv 5 24 + 6 t.; pi. niDBte 2 Ch28 10 ; sf. "ntOpX ■f 69"; — 1. doing wrong, committing a trespass or offence 2 Ch 24 18 2 8"> 131313 (||nNBnv 13 ) 32 s3 Ezr

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H3 TOE'tO of all tlutt one may do wrong therein Lv 5 s6 (P; || H3na Kbn^ v 22 ). 2. becoming guilty 1 Ch 2 1 3 Ezr io 1019 ; DVn np^Kb KOP1J sin to the becoming guilty of the people (so that the people incur guilt) Lv 4 3 ; [VipS? np^K guilt of Samaria (their idols) Am 8 14 . 3. bringing a trespass- offering, iriDC'K Di'3 in the day of his bringing his trespass-offering LV5 24 ; HDE'X fIJJ iniquity requiring a trespass-offering Lv 22 16 . m^intCN (rvnn- mtor) v. -op. t : - 7 D^Ottfa v. |DB>. ]ltfi$ (•/assumed for foil.; perh. be hard, firm, cf. Aram. *}*$», «?T?. something./^™). triDlTN n.pr.loc. (the firm f) name of two cities in Judah. 1. Jos 15 33 . 2. v 43 . n^ffiN v. 3JB>. T ; v ]yc?« v. i»e>. t[nt^^] a.m. conjurer, necromancer (prob. Bab. loan-word, As. a&ipu COT G1 °" cf. Dl Prl4, ) Aram, *$$, is***!'; v. also As. siptu, conjuration) only pi. D'BBfc Dn i M (||D"QB-in),

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T nSffiS n.f. quiver for arrows (As. Upatu D1 K29 ) 'x lit. as part of warlike equipment Jb 39 23 Is 2 2 6 ; fig. in sim. of sons of one's youth as arrows (weapons which the father may wield) f 1 27 s DHO iriEB'N-riK K.k) -IB>K "oari neil the happiness of the man that hath filled his quiver with them 1 of Yahweh's quiver, in metaph. of prophet as arrow of <!> Is 49 s "1113 yr6 Wr'J! '^r"?? ln ??'^ 3 and he made me into a -polished arrow, in his quiver he hid me; also of quiver in which has his arrows of chastisement, V>3 inB^K, i.e. his arrows La 3" (||fD v 12 ). tT3Btt$M n.pr.m. the D'Dncon chief of eunuchs, of Nebuchadrezzar Dn i 3 (meaning unknown). t-MBtfN 2S6»=iChi6 3 ; © 2S6 19 Aq. Symm. cake or roll; other Verss. ancient & mod. have various conjectures, but actual etym. & mng. unknown; v. Lag GGA1884 - No - 7 ' aa -'"- 2 " Dr 8m riBttk?, ninstpw v. n«>. tn 7plEN n.pr.loc. a city of the Philistines (As. Isqaluna COT 010 " Dl" 290 ; Ph. adj.gent.cf. infr.) Ju i 18 i 4 19 1 S 6 17 2 S i 20 Je 25 20 47" Am i 8 Zp 2 47 Zc 9"; on the Medit. Sea, S. of W. fr. Jerusalem, mod. 'Asqaldn, Survey'"- 2 * 7 ' (with plan); cf. also ZPV" 164 '- "b]*!7pttJN adj. gent. c. art. as subst. 1W Jos 13 3 (Ph. ^pCX). j- [^ti'K] vb. go straight, go on, advance (As.asdru Zim BP "; Ar. Aram, in deriv.) — Qal Imv. V1B>K Pr 9 6 nr3 TJTia Ti^K go straight on in the way of understanding. Pi. Pf Vkfl* Mai 3 12 Gn 30 13 ; Impf. "Hfc? Pr 4" + 4 1. J Imv. IBto p r 23 19 ; Pt. pi. B^Bfcp Mai 3 16 + 2t.;— 1. intensive go straight on, advancePr4 u . 2. caus- ative lead on Pr 23 19 Is 3 12 9 15 . 3. set right, Tighten Is 1 17 . 4. pronounce happy, call blessed Gn 3 o 13 (J) Jb2 9 n ^72" Pr 3 i 28 Ct6 9 Mai 3»». Pu. Impf. m ti$ l ^ 4 i 3 ; Pt.-M*® Pr3 18 Is 9 15 . 1. be led on Is 9 16 . 2. be made happy, blessed ^4i 3 Pr 3 18 . t[-ltt>N, or TOSH, cf. Lag 81 ' 143 ] n.[m.] only PI. cstr. 'IB'K happiness, blessedness of 1 K io 8 + 32t.&c.sf.,v.infr.; abstr.intens.exclam.O the happiness, blessedness of, <H#* Vflft 1|fe r^X *p!3j; liappy thy men, happy these thy ser- vants iK io 8 (=2Ch 9 7 ); «n^ &% Tf* rii^K blessed the man whom Eloah correcleth Jb