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-itfN 81

17 ; VI W? "tyt blessed the perfect in way 

V' 1 19 1 ; 1'1D« 1"J? ^f « blessed hischildren after him Pr20 7 ; elsewhere cstr. with E"JN V'S 2 '

4 6.ia Pr3 is 8 34 28 n. with -,aan ^34**40' 94 12 

127 6 ; B^W)^! 1 H2 1 ; Bn3NIs 5 6 2 ; <ta&:f 33 H ; nyn ^,8 9 16 144 1515 ; before'ptcp. f 2 12 32 1 41 2 84 s 106 s 119 s 128 1 Is 30 18 Dn 12 12 ; before verbal clauses without relative ^ 65 s Pr 8 32 ; with y ^ 137 89 146 5 ; with sf. Y#t (for T1W) thy happiness ! Dt 33™ f 1 28 2 ; VW* Ec'io 17 ; D3nK*S IS32 20 ; VIB'K Pr 14" 16 20 ; WTrtJ Pr 29 18 (on these forms'v. Ges !93 - B1 ' K ). t[-ivr&] n.[m.] happiness, only sf. ,- lf?3 in my happiness Gn 30 13 (J). tf"VttJ», lltTN] n.f. *«' 19 step, going (cf. Ar.yM , '), Eth. hvC: footstep) only sf.il^ Jb 23" Pr 14 16 ; Tflftj ^ 17 5 ; nzta V40 3 73 2 ; irnr'K ^44"; VJE>K : ^37", all 'poet. & fig. of mode of life, etc. T["HL S N] n.f. Jb31 ' 7 step, going, same usage, ntSte Jb 3 i 7 ; «"!$Kf 17". TltTS n.pr.m. Asher (Iiappy one, Felix, cf. Ph. rPBHBW, which however may contain (god) Asshur or Osiris, cf. Bae" 6 ' 161 ). 1. son of Jacob and Zilpah Gn 30 13 3 5 26 46 17 Ex i 4 Nu 26" 1 Ch 2 2 . 2. the tribe Gn 49 20 Nu i 13 Dt 27 13 33 24M Jos 17 1011 19 34 Ju i 31 5 17 6 s6 7 s3 1 K 4 16 1 Ch 12 36 2 Ch 30 11 Ez 4 8 2 - 3;M ; f^ 'J» Nu i 40 2 s7 7 72 io 26 26 M47 34 s7 Jos 19 s4 - 31 1 Chf"- 40 ; -m nap Nu i 41 2 s7 13 13 Jos 21 630 1 Ch 6 47M . 3. n.pr.loc. city E. of Shechem Jos 17 7 . t "nr>K adj .gent. c. art. 'K? as n.coll. Ju i 32 . torntfN, in'N na Ez 2 7 6 (rd. DneterB with box-wood Bo Hi MV Co al., cf. foil.) t -rt&Stri n.f : box-tree (on form cf. Sta 5 ■) Is 4 1 19 60 13 Ez 27* (cf. supr.) a small evergreen tree about 20 feet high, growing on Lebanon, Bo Tristr N "- Hlst - E " , - 3S9 , so 33 £ RV. (Others sherbin, a species of cedar distinguished by the smallness of its cones and the upward direction of its branches, cf. Thes RobGes.) tmttHrrPttJN 2 K 17" n.pr.f. Ashera t" -: t ■■ -: (As. n.pr.f. As-ra-tu, c. sign for deity, in Ca- naanitish n.pr. Abad-Asratum, servant of A. Schr ZA1888M3 , cf. Wkl & Abel Th< "" , " ,mmd, - B1Am * rM ii.No.77,1.9^ & g a y ce BF2.H.67,UL71. Qn deriv. Cf. As. aiirat, adj. fem. gracious, COT ' 08 *):— usually with the art. : prob. a. a Canaanitish goddess of fortune & happiness ; having prophets i K 18 19 , an image i5 13 =2 Ch 15 16 2 K 21 7 , sacred vessels 2 K 23', houses v 7 . b. a symbol of this goddess, a sacred tree or pole set up near an altar 1 K 16 33 2 K i 3 « 17" 18 4 21 3 23""; prohi- bited Dt 1 6'; burnt by Gideon Ju 6 B mnM . PI. r>VlE>K a. the goddess Ju 3' (prob. error for nnn^y 33). b. sacred trees or poles 2 Ch 1 9 s 33'; elsewhere D'lB'S id. Is 27 9 + 12 t.; sf. Mi 5" + S t.;— Ex 34 I3 (J) Dt 7 s 1 2 3 Is 1 7 9 2 7" Je 1 7 s " Mi 5 ia l K1415.23 2 Ki7 10 23" 2 Ch 14 2 17« 24" 31 1 33" 34 3 - 47 .— (Cf. also Sta ZAW1881 ' S44f - ES B ™"- UT "- ""•We™, who think 'n only the sacred pole.) ")t£^ part, of relation (Moab. id.; origin dub. : 1. ace. to Tsepreghi DI " L, " !d - *■ m Muhlau 84 - Lb.il.79ll. g^Morg. Foiwh. 1875, 188 i Lb. (117 Hommel 2 * W78, 708* M(ill »l»3 Sayce H 1 ,r.ll.51 LagM-i.^ & egp . Kraetzschmar Hbrrl ' 2< * ff , orig. a subst. 'place' =Jj1 footstep, mark, bwCl (do.), "ITIK, iff place, As. aSru, used (v. Kraetz.) both as a subst. ' there, where,' and as a relative of place 'where': in Heb. this development has ad- vanced further, and it has become a relative sign generally. The chief objection to this explanation is that it would isolate Heb. from the other Semitic languages, in which pronouns are formed regularly from demonstrative roots (cf. also Nb ZMG1886 '™). 2. according to Phi st - °- n Sperling NoU B " 1 - lm Hel,r - m ' *"* for iffc, de- veloped from the relative E> (q.v.) by (i) the prefixing of either a merely prosthetic X, or, tetter, a pronominal X (giving rise to CN, the form of the relative in Ph.), and (2) the addi- tion of the demonstr. root 7 [found also in t>N, f^N, n$>n (q.v.), i^jji he who, Art: wlw (pi.)]: the main objection to this explanation is the change of b to "I, which is hardly rendered probable by the comp. of Syr. oiet by side of Targ. N??^. 1 seems preferable, the primi- tive root having acquired different significa- tions in the different Semitic languages, and having been weakened in Heb. to a mere particle of relation). A sign of relation, bringing the clause introduced by it into rela- tion with an antecedent clause. As a rule "^ is a mere connecting link, and requires to be supplemented (see the grammars) by a pron. affix, or other word, such as Of, defining the nature of the relation more precisely: e.g. Gn 1 " i3~iJHT IS'K lit. as to which, its seed is in it = in which is its seed, ijr I 4 like the chaff nn 13S'in~K5'X as to which, the wind drives it =which the wind drives, etc.; & so Of. . .IB* =where, D^t? . . .y*=wlience, Gn 2" 3 a 20" etc. Sometimes also (v. infr.) the relation G