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T5>n of limits of horizon Dt 4 s2 , cf. 30 4 Ne I 9 f 1 9 : ; as made by God Je 5 1 15 (opp. ?3FI), ^ 8 4 + ; enduring Dtn 21 Jb m 12 ^*; esp. H?(W **W = universe (cf. in Sab., SabDenkm 1 "- 41 -' 42 - 1 - 3 ), Dt3 M Gni 1 (P) + (esp.DtJeIsVf), + D £ Ex 20" Hg 2', etc., +H?;' n ^P D ! D Ex 20 4 =Dt 5 8 , cf. Pr 30 4 , etc. ; opp.' tfWjl Pr B* ( + HS ▼ ") ; n ?^n H-$™ B, ?*in 'B* as part of future glory tls'oV 7 66". V. phrases are : t5>ri nianK (letting rain through) + Gn 7" 8 2 (P), Mai 3 ' 6 (fig.), cf. '#? 'N "• Tto%Q 2 K 7 219 , so 'E> ♦np 1 ! tf 78 s3 (for manna), cf. 'V £ tv 24 , 1? D$ tios 40 ; ^n nncto 2 S 22 s (II n^tn ; in || f i's 8 Dnn 'D), "K> HIOJJ Jb 26", 'B* SW 22"; towards the sky is TIOJjffQ Jos 8 20 (J), Ex 9 810 (P), Jb 2 n Ju 13 s0 20 40 2 Ch 6 13 ; B^ Pflfa Ex 9 22Z > io J1JS (all E), tr$>K Dt 32 40 (poem), Dn 1 2 7 , 't? alone

K S aM Jb 35 s Pr 23 s . 2. a. as abode of 

God () 1 K8 30 - 32 + oft., where he sits enthroned 1// 2 s Is 66', etc., cf. 'V 33 1 ! Dt 33 26 (poem), f 68 34 , whence he rains brimstone Gni9 24 (J), bread Ex 16 4 (E), cf. Ne 9 15 , casts hailstones Jos 1 1" (E), talks with Israel Ex20 22 (E; Giv") + , cf. Gn 21 17 22" 15 (E), looks down Dt 26" + , hears his people >//■ 20 7 + 10 t. Chr, etc. ; he thunders 'E*3 1 S 2 10 fi8 14 ,|| tTfP 2S22 14 ;he bends (ne:) 'E> to come down v 10 =i// 18 10 , cf. f 144 5 and (rend) Is 63 19 ; '&? VWM Ez i 1 in vision of God, cf. 'tfn -ljJE* Gn 28 17 (E; + TV3 w£); though even 'E'n 'OK* the highest heavens cannot hold him tDt io 14 1 K 8 27 =2 Ch 6 19 ,

Ch 2 5 Ne 9 6 V' 148 4 , CIF'OK* >Cf 6S 34 ; he is 

called 'B*n 'PjIjk ( p0 st-ex. title) Ezn ! =2Ch 36 s3 , + 1 1 t. Ezr Ne, Jon i 9 (cf. Aram., Dn 2 1S - i»j;.«. in Gn 24 ? ^jj fc @ pxn 'nV, as v 3 ), 'B^n-^K V.136 26 ; his sword is 'K>3 Is 34 s , but also his ton ^ 3 6«, p-JJf 85 12 , njlOK 8 9 3 , his word fixed 119 89 .— 'k> are fVDK* (of Israel) Dt ss 29 (poem), -fOyDV Lv 26 19 ; tT»F f8 4 144 s , + rt 'OE* La 3 ","tteh5 'E* V20 7 .' T tb. Elijah taken up 'tfn in whirlwind 2 K 2 1 , cf. v u . 3. 'B'n personified in various relations Is i 2 Je 2 12 .Tb 15" + 19 2 5o«=97 6 , 89" 148 4 . +4. n?^p ^ v. 'Op. 573. , 11. ns© v. Dots', rroiij v. dk*. T — T T T tn^inptp n.pr.m. captain of Israel 1 Ch 2 7 s , lakaud, A ©L 2(ifiawfl; prob. = II. nOK* 3 b, q. V. ^NIEBJ v. sub DB*. nitStf v. U. nOK>, >J ddb>.

doqj 

■»QttS v. ■/doe*". STTWft "»3n- v. dk>. - - t • : ' - t iVptt? Ezr 2 46 , v. »S>jfc t[l3Qttf] vb. let drop (NH id., loosen, detach, draw away, Niph. slip off; Aram. ODE* loosen, pull away ; vi> draw sword, draw or pull away ; Ar. Ja Tl is hang, suspend, 11. release debtor (Kam), -U. .^ string of pearls); — Qal let drop, fall : Imv. mpl. sf. + Impf. 3 ms. sf. HIDDEN (final 1 dittogr.) iniOOE* 2 K g 33 he said, Let her fall, and they let her fall ; then fig., of letting land rest in seventh year, 2 ms. sf. : naooK'ri Ex 23 11 (E); Pf. 2 ms. nnpoKh J e i7 4 thou shall let drop thy hand (read Y]', for ^|3< JDMich and mod.) from (IP) thine inheritance, i.e. abandon it ; Inf. abs. OtoB> Dt 15 2 let fall (a debt in seventh year; v. HE'D p. 674^). — Pf. 3 pi. Ip3n lODE* 2 S 6 6 = 1 Ch 13 9 is dub., most naturally either they let the oxen fall (slip, stumble), or (as X) the oxen let it fall (reading iODE* ; sc.the ark); >Thes£/ie oxen ran away; © slipped (the yoke)? v. further Dr. Niph. Pf. 3 pl.10DE*3 yr 1 41 6 their judges have been thrown down. ' Hiph. 2 ms. (?) juss. (?) BOfPl Dt 15 3 thou slialt cause thy hand to let drop, etc. ; Ba NB14T Qal ; <read ObE*ri ( c f. Dr),T su bj. TntSp® a.f. a letting drop of exactions, a (temporary) remitting: 'E* n'E»j;ri Dt 15 1 (at end of seven years), v 2 "? 'E* tO^ *3j whence seventh year is T0TJ D3K* v 9 31 10 . rfiaT&Bi v. sub dk*. T * TfDQtf] vb. be desolated, appalled (con- nex. of mngs. not clear) (NH id.; J Aram. DDE* Ithp. be dazed);— Qal Pf. 3 fs. TOOK' Ez 35 1 ' 5 , etc. ; Impf. 3 ms. DB^ 1 K 9 8 + , 3 mpl. Ve» Jb 1 7 s ^ 40 16 , etc.; Imv. mpl. W Je 2 12 ; Inf. cstr. (?) metapl. rtoK/ Ez 3 6 3 (Ges }67r , but v. infra);— DE/ri, etc. (v. [DB/J]) are placed here by most; Ez 6 6 reads WOE"?, v. Ges' 87 " 1 ^— P<. DDiE' La 3 n (v. alsoPo'.); f. rbdd(QeB iu ") 2 Sis 20 ^-; pi. pop'iE' La i 14 ,etc; — 1. be desolated, of Tamar 2S13 20 (i.e. deflowered, or deserted; others appalled), of pers. elsewhere late Lai 16 ; '??ro nopB'v 13 , 'b> »ibb> 3 U ; pt. as n.f. npoiE» »J| Is 54 1 (opp. n^W3) [Dn 8 13 + v. P6]; usu. of iand, etc. (sts.= deserted), Is 49 s Ez 33 s p3^ V9Q 35" (read IOOE/ Qr Co Toy Krae; > Kt TOOK*), v ,B ; rfooB'n nb-inn 3 6 4 (|| niatjan nn^n); niDE' v 3 is prob. corrupt, Co ONE* as v 5 , Hi-Sm