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Ypti

sra-WD creatures forbidden as food : water animals without fins or scales ll* ,u * l birds of prey, etc., v 13 , winged creeping things T**, creeping vermin v 4112 (all P), cf. Is 66 17 (+"HqfJ i?3, Un • V PS 8 "" 275 ' 2ndti - 2K> ! K 309 f.. 2nd ed. 31H. Ez' 8 1 " read prob. D^, v. yW. t[yj?UJ] vb. Pi. denom. detest, make detestable ; — Pf. 3 ms. YW ty 2 2 25 ; Impf. 2 mpl. ttfffc Lv 11" + , etc.; Inf. abs. YW? Dt 7 s6 ;— 1. detest, c. ace. rei Dt 7' :6 (Impf. + Inf. abs.; || uapnn syn), Lv i i IU3 (P); || nja ,/, a »» 2. make detestable, obj. DSTlb'SJ (= reflex.) Lv II 43 (P), 20 2b (H). tpptf, yj?tp n.m. D » "- 31 detested thing;— abs. YW? Dn 1 1 31 1 2 11 , cstr. J»j??> 1 K 1 1 5 + ; pi. DTPS' 2 Ch 15 8 , D-SpB* 2 K 13 s *; cstr. W0 Ez 20 78 ; sf. DfVnpe>Je i6 ls + ,etc.;— detested thing, epith. of Isr. Ho 9 10 (si vera 1.; not elsewhere bef. Dt) ; of filth Na 3 6 ; appar. of unclean food Zc 9 7 (as Y$) ; of idols (so usu. ; oft. || rujrtn , Wf, etc.), Dt 29 16 2 K 2 3 24 Je 4 1 7 30 =32 34 * if 16 18 Ez5 7»n*» 20 '««'37°; of idolatrous practices Dn 9 2 ~,but id. prob.as 1 1 31 (so © e), and "133 for ta (v. Dr); DOB'(tp) >V 1 1*« 1 2 " <£ e fe«<«Z </imgr causing horror is the heathen altar erected in temple by Ant. Epiph., with (prob.) a statue ofZeus01ympios=(Ph.)DOB'i'5?3Zorrfo/A«ai;en; the prophet puts PP& for bjD, and Defeat?) for BJJf ; cf. Nes ZAW " 0884) ' 248 Che OPl05 Dr 1 *. t [pP*y] vb. run, run about, rush (appar. akin to </l. pits', whence pie*);— Qal Impf. 3 mpl. 9fe* TJ>3 J02 9 , of locusts (|| |WTJ; >Grprop. 1?B? from pbo); Pt. f& Is 33 4 , c. i rei rush at, Mpon(likelocusts);ofroOT«g',ra»igrmjrbearPr28 li (unless we read ?pE', Toy); fig. of C5*D3 longing for water Is 29 s (|| ^.J? and, v*, np">), ^ 107 9 (II rujTj). Hithpalp. Impf. 3 mpl. |1pf pnf ; Na 2°, of chariots, they rush to and fro. T [pEto] n.[m.] running, rushing ; — cstr. p&D Is 33 1 , of locusts. Ipli' (v of following; deceive; Aram. "VP deceive, also n. deceit, ; n ». Pa. deceive, and deriv.; As. taskirtu [Dl -<7iV-] a fte, so NH "ipt?, Ar. _S-< and JXi (loan-word ?)). < . Iptt? a.m. deception, disappointment, falsehood ;— '& Ex 23' + 64 t.; IpJP Ex 5°+ 42 t.; pi. D"1Pf ^ ioi 7 + 3 t.; sf.DnnpB' J e 23 32 ; — 1. deceplion,v/ha.t deceives, disappoints, and betrays one : a molten image Je 1 o 14 = 5 1 17 ; gift Pr 25 14 ; grace of person 31 30 , etc.; 'B* ("OK ^ 1 l 9 » 12S ; 'V -1^ v 29 ; 'VI nt33 Je 13 25 ; 'v bnj i6",cf.also^7 l5 33 ,r ii 9 1,s l828 li ; -$$} for dis- appointment, in vain 1 S 25 21 Je3 23 . 2. deceit, fraud, wrong : '&(?) HCV do or practise fraud, wrong Ho 7 1 Je 6 13 8 s - 10 ; c. 3, 2 S 18 13 ; '# n^VS Pr ii 18 ; 'V t$ Pr 20" food got by fraud; 'V V$ Is 57 4 ; * B» Je 8 8 ; 'e> li» * 7 15 (|| bctf); 'b> ntrp jitfb pn Je 9 2 ; 'B>3 3 10 (|| -1:3), adv. npe* fraudulently, wrongfully |> 3 5 19 38 20 69 5 1 19' 8 ' 86 . 3. injurious falsehood, in testimony, esp. in courts : T?f> 1$ Ex 2 o 16 (E) Dt 19 18 V^ 12 Pr 6" I4 5 25 18 ; DnpB' nj? I2 17 i9 59 ; V WJ> Dt 19 18 testify falsehood; 'V njOB* Zc 8 17 /aZse oa«A; 'B^ JOBO swear falsely Je 5 2 + 5 t. ; 'E> by V3Eb Lv 5 M ; t> 13T Mi6 ,2 + (v. p^J TJWJ; 'B> new IS32 7 ; V (<)nafe> ^3i 19 i2o 2 Pno 18 17 7 ; bsu 'E> Jb 13 4 V' i 19 69 , cf. v 163 ; abs. false ! 2 K 9 12 Je 37 M - * ^- fulsityt °f false or self-deceived prophets: 'W N33 prophesy falsely Je 14 14 23 25,26

21 ; +^ pers. 27 10 14 - 16 ; '^ '3 v 15 ; 'B*3 'j 5 s1 20 6 
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'tfptn Jei4 ,4 ,etc.,(+I2t.); 'B* mi v . p. 925b. 5. lie, falsehood, in gen. : V nan ^ 1 o 1 7 (|| flj?"j) ; It^l^J Pn 3 5 ; of D^O Jb 3 6 4 ; 'tr f^b /aise tongue Pr 6 17 1 2 19 2 1 6 26 s8 ^ 109 2 ; of lips Pr 1 2"; 'V Vhtt if liar. t [~lpQJ] vb. denom. do or deal falsely; — Qal Impf. 2 ms. I'pB'ri Qn ai B thou wilt not do falsely to me ('?). Pi. Pf. 1 pi. V$# f 44 18 ; //«p/. 3 ms. "VST, « s I 5' 29 ; 3 mp 1 - "Wl Is 63 s , etc.;— deal falsely 1 S 15 29 Is 63 s , c. 3 pers. Lv 19" (|| BTI3); c. 3 rei V^ 18 8 9 34 . npjy, ninpjp v. nptf. ~w v. m "12N"CJ n.pr.m. v. "Wp. ... v : - * v v :- yfitt (</ of Ml., parch; NH 31^66 scorched (by sun), 3^B 'parching heat (of sun); Ecclus 43 m 3-IC pi parched grass; Aram. 31^, 3*3^, oU, >»i* 6e parched, 3"]^ A«a<, drought: cf. prob. also As. n.pr. div. Sarrabu (-pu) Zim KAT3, 4,i ; >cp. Ar. ££, mtVa^e [Rob BR1 - 42 ] Ges" 357 al.; see against this esp. Che 1 "" " 1 "- 269 ). T^TtZJ n.m. 1. burning heat ; 2. parched ground;— only abs.: POK/I 'B* D|: K^l Is 49 10 ; of ground, 'B'n Is 35? (J| pSOX). t iT'l")© n.pr.m. a Levite with Ezra (? *