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•TOM 82 expressed by it is specifically temporal, local, causal, etc. More particularly . it includes its pronominal antece- dent, whether in the nom. or obi. cases, as Nu 22 6 1NV ikn -KW1 and he whom thou cursest is cursed, Ex4 12 and I will teach thee TfTfl "IBS*! that which thou shalt say; and with particles or prepositions, as "IS*?* 1"IN (ace. to the context) him who..., those who..., tliat which...; "V-hQ to him who... Gn 43 16 , to tltose who ... 47 M , to tliat which 27 s ; nt5>KD Ju i6 ao 2Si8 18 than those whom; LV27 24 ~f^2 1P1XD Mi> to him from whom he bought it, Nu 5 7 ; Is 24 s fa N2>3 " 1 ?'y? like him against whom there is a creditor. 2. instances of "Wi followed by a pron. affix, or by QB>, nDK*, DBto, are so common that the exx. cited above will be sufficient. Very rarely there occurs the anomalous constr. "f*K D? Gn 31 32 for to? nB>S< (see Gn 44°), f*M Is 47 12 for DH3 jfa, "0t£ for dn^..,*^ EZ23 40 : f 119* see under nt?X Pp. It is followed by the pron. in the nomin., in the foil, cases: — (a) immediately, mostly before an adj. or ptcp., Gn 9 s all moving things VI'MWl IK'S which are living, Lvn 26 Nu 9 13 14 827 35 31 Dt 20 50 1S10 19 (v. Dr) 2K25" (HJC52 25 n ) Je27 8 EZ43 19 Hgi 9 Ru 4" Ne 2 18 Ec 7 s6 ; before a vb. 2 K 2 2" (omit- ted 2 Ch 34 21 ). (b) in a negative sentence, at the end: Gn 7 2 1 7 12 Nu 1 7' Dt 1 7 15 KWl ym t6 yfc who is not thy brother, 20 15 Ju 19 12 1 K 8 4l || 9 20 ||. N.B. V 16 3 M§f jnN3 Tfa Lb an unpa- ralleled expression for 'who are in the land'; rd. '51 TW non jn«a f« 'the saints that are in the land, they (nDil) are the nobles, in whom,' etc. 3. sometimes (though rarely) the defining adjunct is a pron. of 1 or 2 ps. as well as of 3 ps. In such cases it is strictly to be rendered I who ..., thou who, etc. ; Ho 1 4* Din; Drrv iJ3-V^N thou by whom the fatherless is compassionated! Je3i 82 /, whose covenant they brake, 32 19 Is 49 23 Jb 37 17 thou whose garments are warm..., canst thou? etc., 1^71 nM 144 12 we whose sons, etc., 139 15 my frame was not hidden from thee, nriDa > l?| fl p ft t — / v)ho was wrought in secret (= though 7 was wrought in secret), EX14 13 for ye who have seen the Egyptians to-day, — ye shall not see them again for ever! (cf. Vmi 9 )- 4- the defining pron. adjunct is dispensed with — a. when "•S'K represents the simple subj. of a sentence, or the direct obj. of a vb.: so con- stantly, as Gn 2 1 the work nb^f ng>X which "TOM he made, 3' the tree fan Tjina IS'S which is in the midst of the garden, etc. b. after words denoting time, place, or manner, so that ~W% then becomes equivalent to when, wliere, why: (a) Gn 6 4 nB>K I? *XJ* afterwards, when, etc. (cf. 2 Ch 35 20 ) 45 6 there are still 5 years v*V} P$? yfe when there shall be no plowing, Jos 14 10 i'k 22*; after Off or Di»n Dt 4 10 Ju 4" 1 S 24 s (v. Dr) 2 S 19 25 Je 20 14 al.; simi- larly Gn 40 13 . ((3) Gn 35 13 inx nan nata Dipraa in the place where he spake with him, v 14 39 20 Nu I3 27 2 2 26 Dt i 31 in the desert which thou sawest, where (accents Ke Di), 8 15 iK8' (unless nnan nSrrb has here fallen out: v. © & Dt 9") Is 55" 64 10 f 8 4 4 . So(y)in "«#* b$ to (the place) which (or whither) Ex 32 s4 Ru I 16 ; yfofyfa to every (place) whither Jos 1 ,6 Pr 1 7 8 ; nB>SQ in (the place) where tJu s 27 17 89 1 S 23 13 2 K 8 1 Rui 1617 Jb 39 3 », once only with Uf Gn2i 17 ; yfe ?ba wheresoever Jos i 7 - 9 Ju 2 16 1 S 14 47 18 5 2S7 7 2 K 18 7 ; IB'KD /rom (the place) wtere= whencesoeveriTLx5 n Jlxi2 < >; "V^jj"?? to(the place) whither (or which) 2 S 15 s0 1 K 18 12 ; "f*ip$"^S Je i 7 . (8) ...T^K iyp fit this is the reason that or w% • • • J° s 5 4 1 K 1 1 27 . c. more extreme instances Lv I4 22 - 30 - 31 Nu 6 21 , Dt 7 19 (wherewith), 28 20 1 S 2 32 (wherein), 1 K 2 s6 Ju8 15 (about whom), Is 8 12 (where nDN* would be foil, normally by v), 31 6 turn ye to (him as to) whom they have deeply rebelled, 47 16 Zp3 n Ec 3 9 , 1 K 1 4 19 (=how). d. it is dispensed with only in appearance after ('31 "^nON) 1DK *Kfa followed by the words used, its place being really taken by a pron. in the speech which follows, as Gn 3 17 the tree as to which I com- manded thee saying, Thou shalt not eat from it, Ex 22 8 Dt 28 s8 Ju 7 4 (flj) 8 16 (where the noun repeated takes the place of the pron., cf. Dt 9 2 ) iB9 B (ng - +; cf. 2 s 11 16 2K17 12 21 4 . 5.

  • HfT| sts. in poet. = one who, a man who (men

who), Saris, o'lTivtt, ^ 24 4 55 20 95 45 Jb 4 19 5 s 9 s (Hi) 15 17 . 6. W occas. receives its closer definition by a subst. following it, in other words, its logical antecedent is inserted in the rel. clause : (a) in the phrase peculiar to Je., y b* '" nan n;n IB* that which came (of) the word of * to Je. t'14 1 46 1 47 1 49 s4 (cf. Ew' 334 ) ; (b) Ex 25 9 Nu 33 4 1 S 25 30 2 K 8' 2 12 6 bbb

pna DB> M^rTIi Ez 12 25 ; cf. the Eth. usage

Di* 201 ; (c)(antec. rei>eated)Gn 4 9 30 = 50 13 , 1 S 25 s9 ( repeated), Is 54 s (prob.) as to which I sware that, etc., Ams 1 which I take up over you (as) a dirge. 7. v na'K tttat (belongs, belong,