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y* Am 4 s , etc.; Impf Tf^fl Is 2 20 , ^f.1 Ju 9"+ , etc.; Imv. ras. *|?B>n Ex 7 9 + S5 23 , fs. «9^D Je 7 J », etc. ; /m/. a6*. ^B»n J e 2 2 19 36" ; cstr. ff^fn Ec 3 66 , etc.; P<. !|*#B Mi 2 5 *i47 17 , etc.;— 1. usu. human subj., throw, cast: a. ace. rei, with many prep.: e.g. ->£ loc. 2 K 23 12 EZ5 4 Zc 5 s - 8 + , also (ace. rei om.) Ex 1 5" ( J), Nu 1 9 s (P) + ; 3 loc, Ex 32 s4 (E), Ez 7" + ; rarely b loc.

Ch 30 14 and (ace. om.) 24 10 ; -'S loc. 2 K 23", 

n__ loc. Ex 4 3 - 3 , TOB' Ju 8 23 2 K 6 6 (ace. om.), etc.; esp. of casting dead bodies, ?K loc. Jos 8 s * (J), io 27 (J), + 3 t, 3 loc. Am 8 3 2K 9?* 13 21 , b nNbno Je 22 19 ; ace. rei + ^K pers. 1 K19" 2 S 20 s2 (ace. om.); ace. rei c. /J? pers. Na 3 s Ju 9 i3 2S ii 21 ( + ^»),etc; acc.rei + TOEx32 19 (E), cf.Dt 9 ,7 (by»); +bofanimalEx2 2 30 (E),Is2 20 ) etc. tb. c. ace. pers., /K of pit Gn 37 22 (E), Je 3 8 6 - 9 , 3 of pit Gn 37 20 (E), c. n loc. ▼" (E; pit), Ex i 22 (J), cf. Am 4 3 (si vera 1.) ; nnri loc. Gn 2 1 15 (E); ace. fig., c. ^3 ^.ns 1 K 14 9 (of apostasy), Ez 23 s5 , so s law Ne 9 s6 , words ( ,- ?.n*? pers. reflex.) ^ 50 17 . tc. </woh> away, ace." rei Ju 15" (ft*9), 2 K 7 15 Ez 20 78 + 2 3 (!» reflex.), Ec 3 5 (opp. = D33); ace. om. Je 7™ Jo 1' (of locusts); abs. Ec 3" (opp. 10B'); ace. of transgr. Ez 1 8 31 (fig. ; Pyo reflex.). td. cast off, shed, blossom (like flower) Jb 15 33 . e. cast down (late), subj. goat, ace. ram, Dn 8 7 PfUfc) little horn, ace. nCN v 12 (id.)} ace. pers. (lit.) 2 Ch 25 12 (J? loc), Jb 1 8 7 his (own) counsel felleth him; bo prob. Je 9 18 they have overthrown our dwellings (Du reads Hoph.). f. fig., ^55* cast ' ,- ?y thy lot. 2. '< subj.: a. cas<, ace. rei, + ?5? pers. Jos 1 o" (E), Jb 2 ^ (ace. rei om.) ; sandal upon Edom // 6o'°= 108 10 (sign of pos- session); ice (no prep.) 147 17 . b. ace. pers. +

loc. 2 K 2 16 (subj. "• nil), Ne 9" Jon 2* ( + acc. 

loc); + n ?1« Ez 28 17 (fig.); ?K loc. (of exile) Dt 29 s7 ; esp. of '»'s rejecting men, ace. pers. + V3B bye 2 K 13 23 24 20 , cf. 2 K I7 20 Je 7 161 ' 52 s , also ^51" ar >d (without JO) 71 9 ; casting sins (ace.) 113 *3q* Is 3 8 17 , 3 loc. Ml 7 19 . c. casi dovm, honour of Israel + ace. loc, ft? loc, La 2'; ace. pers. ^ 102" (opp. KBO). 3. phrases : b-ni 't?n t Jos 18 810 (R D ) cast lots b in behalf of; "proa ban 'b^d Mi 2 s (v. by* 3, 1. ban 2); 'vg nan litoa Is 1 9 s i.e. fishermen; 133D ie>23 ^J^J Ju 9 17 , v. 133 2 c ; «np r 'm lift Jb 29 17 owd' of his teeth I cast the prey. fHoph. Pf. 3 ms. ^nDn8"; 2 ms. naifn I814 19 , etc.; Impf

fs. vbfm Ez 1 6 s ; 3 mpl. vfah Is 34 s ; Pt. 

If'B'D 2 S 20 21 , etc.; — 1. be throvm, cast, ace of head, ?K pers. + iya of wall 2S20 21 ; carcass,

loc. 1 K i 3 »-*-» J e i 4 16 ; 3ftf£ 36 30 . 2. 6« 

cast forth, out, abs. of dead Is 34 s ; JO of grave 14"; n 1F n '3?"?? Ez 1 6 b (Jerus. personified as infant); fWi'^i Je 2 a* ( of exile )- 3. be cast down, J"3?? Ez i9 12 (Isr., fig. of vine); abs. of sanctuary Dn 8". 4. metaph., be cast, by of yfr 22 11 (i.e. on his protection). T7J7©n. [m.] bird of prey, prob. cormorant (as hurling itself from above; — cf. Thes 141 ' J Di Lv Tristr NHB252 McLean-Shipley E " CJ - "">• c< """ > - Bi »Tj._ Dtl4 i7 LvII i7(p) fi. 1*0 v© n.f. felling of tree ;— Is 6' 3 . fn. J~<3 vG? n.pr. of a temple-gate, W. side Ct gate of casting forth; yetcf.Kit); — 1 Ch 26 16 . fi. [771^] vb. draw out (Ar. jl draw, esp. sword from scabbard, J-Jl-. drawn sword, new-born child (cf. Fra 7 ", but also Schulth nm.WM.itt). TalllK bty, X vb'b? embryo or abortion); — Impf. 2 mpl. + Inf. abs. ^E'lTvB' '131 ftp rO Eu 2 16 ye slwll by all means draw out for her from the sheaves. VyytSi adj. indecl. (Ges iU8 °) barefoot (appar. stripped as to walking ; alw. c "pn); — Dhjn bbiB* nab'X Mi i 8 Qr / un'K jro 6ar«/oo< and naked (Kt ^W)j '^ *%$ TJ* Jb 12 17 , cf. v 19 . f II. //ti' vb. spoil, plunder (usu. identif. with I/b>; NH id. (Jastr, cf.Dalm); As. Mdiw, id.; Hom chr33 cp. Sab. ")?n plunder, connecting this with Ar. Uj a flock of sheep (or goats); then X 'vptJ' Jooty, and (rare) Syr. *^k» are loan-words); — Qal Pf 3ms. consec/Bh Ez 26' 2 ; 2 ms. nik? Hb 2 8 , etc.; /mp/ 3 mpl. sf. T^B" v 8 ; cstr. bbfb Isio 6 + ; Pt. pi. D'^B* Zc 2 12 j etc. ; — spoil, plunder (usu. || H3), c. ace cogn. bb T B> Is I0 6 Ez 29 19 38 1 " 1313 , ace. b*n wealth 26 12 ; ace pers., V>b)tof Je 5c. 10 Hb 2 8 Ez 39 10 , D»1"J D^3 Hb 2 s , cf. Zc 2 12 . HithpS'. P/ 3 pi. WfWft 3 .? n H 3K (N in 'flB'K is Aram., or scribal error : Ges» M "- c ' Mk ) ^ 76 s the stout of heart are spoiled ; Pt. ?.? i inB'0 Is 59 15 he that departs from evil is one despoiled. © n.m. 1830 - 16 prey, spoil, plunder, t T 75 r> booty ; — abs. 'k> Gn 49 17 + ; cstr. -vf J u 5 30 + ,