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net? [recS], retrs, D^riEtrp v. u. rant. +11. D^riDUJ n. [m.] du. doubtful word: usu. hook-shaped pegs, hooks, so X Thes AV RV; abs.'^ni Ez40 4S ; <<5 35Co Dna'B'l and their edge, so Aq Theod Symm and prob. ©, cf. Hi-Sin, and Krae (nSB>?).— 1. 'e> v. v'nBE'. F)2C7 v. IBB* sub vpV. tlpty' vb. watoh, wake (Ph. np«T 6e circumspect; NH "Iptf 6e insistent; 5. ">i?.ip= BH);— QalP/ 3 ms.'E'^i27 , , , nii5B> JC3I 28 V. 102 8 ; 7«ija/. 3 ms. "lipj* Jb 21 32 (Me Bu Vl^), YpB»n Dn 9 14 , 1 s.^PfN Je 31™; Imv. ropl. "pe* Ezr 8 M ; /»/ csir. IpB'i' Pr 8 34 !; Ft. act. np^ Je i 12 + ; pi. cstr. n$fe> Is 29 s0 ; — 1. &«ep wa<cA of, 6e wakeful over, subj., ?5? pers., to benefit or injure Je 3i wffl 44"'; ?)) rei, to perform it i' 2 Dn9 14 ; so (men subj.) t}K Tp? Is 29 20 ; of leopard watching Cnny-^y Je 5 s (to seize prey, fig.); of man watching (for ad- mission) at fa) wisdom's doors Pr 8 3 ' (|| "W#) i -keep guard over fa) Jb 2 1 32 , cf. (abs.) VlDeh 'tf Ezr 8 M , and (of watchman, "HJfe 1 ) ,/, 1 2 7 1 . ' "2. fee wakeful, wake, as mourner, su fferer ^ 1 o 2 s . — ■ La 1 " rd. perh. Niph. Pf. ^V^S "01 (© Bu) watch l(n.i been kept over my transgressions (cf. 1 supra), for MT 'B ^ "Ip'f?.— Pu. denom. v. infra. t"lj3tt5 n.[m.] almond(-tree) (NH id.; so called from its early waking out of winter's sleep, ace. to Ki Thes Lag BS45 al.; Aram. K^T, )^», Jl'j^, whence Eth. t£ cf. No* 39 ; cf. Low" 0,319 ) ; — 1. almond, i.e. the nut, pi. BIB? Gn4 3 " (J; + B*^, etc.), Nu 17 s3 (P). 2. almond-tree Je 1" and (prob.) Ec 12'. t ["Tptf] vb. Pn. denom. — only Pt. pi. in DH|3S?D D'JQ? cwp« shaped like almond (blossoms) Ex 25 s3 - 3 " 4 3 7 "■"• a) (all P). tfllpti'] vb. Hiph. cause to drink water, give to drink (NH Hiph. id.; Ar. f JZ 1. give to drink; Sab. 'pD be irrigated Fell ZMG

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irrigate; As. Ja&d i.=:Heb. Hiph., Aram. Npf, U*. Aph.) ; — for Qal v. II. nnf;—Pf 3 ms. consec. n %&™ Gn 2'+ , sf. Hijf'rr] Nu s 27 ; 2 ms. consec. n , i??'^ Nu2o'+; 1 s. consec. Wpfrn Ez32 6 , OPttJ etc.; /»»/>/. 3 ms. rlfjtf: NU5 26 , p^!l Gn 29'°+, etc.; Imv. ms. sf. WpVri Pr2 5 21 ; fs. sf.Ti?f? Gn 24"+ ; /«/. cs<r. nipfn Gn a»+, sf. in'P^n 24"; P«. npipD ^io4 13 , cstr. Hb 2 ,b (v. also 1., 11. npB>D); — 1. water, irrigate, ground : subj. mist Gn 2 6 , river v 10 (both J), spring Jo 4"; subj.'" Is 27 s (CQ3), Ez 17 7 (I??), both in fig., fig. also 32 s water land D"5? ; lit. c. IP of source + 104" (D-jn) and (subj. man) Ec 2 6 ("»*£). 2. water, give drink to, usu. human subj., ace. of beast, Gn 24 14 - 46 - 46 29 s (JO of source), v 3 - 7 - 9 - 10 Ex 2 i6.i;.i9 ^ a ]j j^ ^ 104" (subj. springs); ace. pers. Gn 21 19 (E), 24 19 " 45 (J), Hb 2 15 (fig.), Is 43 20 ('•> subj.), + 78 15 (tU), 2 Ch 28 15 , c. 3 of vessel Est i 7 ; c. ace. pers. et animal. Nu 20 3 (P); give one something to drink, ace. pers. + rei (water, wine, etc.), Am 2 12 Gn ij**** 2 4* (all J), Ju 4" 1 S 30" 2 S 23"= 1 Ch 1 1 15 , Jb 22 7 , cf. Ct 8 2 (P-P); fig- Je 8 14 9 14 16 7 23" 25'^// 69 22 , cf. &SS| op^'O I'Jnv 36 s , and niypna icpfni 80 6 ; ace. rei'om., lit. Ju 4" Ex 32 20 (E), fig. Je 25 17 .— Vid. also 1. npBto infra. Pn. Impf. 3 ms.vniovy Tfr nijJB^ Jb 2 1 24 the marrow of his bones is watered, (refreshed, invigorated). — np(j>3 Am 8 s v. j;pB'. t i»,pC5 n.[m.] drink (Ba* 1(Bd ) ;- 1prito$$ * Pr 3* drink (fig. for refreshment) to thy bones (cf. vb. Pu.); pi. sf. *B& (01» ,86b ) f iO2 10 ( + B$ v*), *y# Ho 2 7 . Tn^O, [np2?] n. f. watering - trough (Ges' 95 ' Ba 2 " 811 " 1887 '- 605 ; Ar. LjlL irrigating canal, ijlJL- watering-place, drinking vessel); — abs.'^n'Gn24 20 (J);pl.cstr.Q:Bnninp : B'3o 38 (J). fi. Hpt^D n.m. butler, oup-bearer (prop. Pt. Hiph.. = one giving drink ; — abs. 'D Gn 40 6 (E), Nei", cstr. npfp Gn4o', sf. WpVo v 13 , pi. D'p^D v »amm»* 4 > (all E); sf. Vp^p 1 K io i =2'Ch 9 4 (>ii.'o). fn. nptDn n.m. L ' «" irrigation, drink ;— abs. 'o Gn'13 10 Lv 11 34 , cstr. np.fp 1 K io 2, + 3 t.; sf. inpipp Gn 40 21 ;— 1. irrigation Gn 13 10 (J; abstr. for concrete, =) well-irrigated, of land ; Ez 45'* ( < © Co Siegf Berthol Toy Krae niriEBp ; Gr n?.pp). 2. drink Is 32" Lv 1 1 34 ; 'O '.Sa drinking-vessels 1 K io 21 = 2 Ch 9 20 . 3. =office of butler, butlership Gn 40 21 (E). t ZDpti' vb. be quiet, undisturbed (X, D Vf (rare); NH 2pE> is sink down; Ar. is drop down; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. 'BH