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pnnn Tmb, i S 2 50 i K 20 59 1WB 'n IBfej, v 42 (cf. 2 K 10"'), 21' Is 43 s ' 4 ; often with vbs. of requiting, Gn 44 4 oaie 'n n VT DJ ? t ?^?' n ?!? wnv nave y e rewarded evil in exchange for good ? i S 25

S 16' 2 i 9 B V 35" n ? B ' n •"¥! ^Nt. 38 21a 

109° Pr 1 7"+ ; Je 5" no nnn t» whim /or what t (cf. TO-by 2 2 8 Dt 29 s I K 9 s ). So sq. inf. i//38 21b . +3. as conj.: a. "f>K nnn : (a) instead of that (Germ, anstatt dass), Dt 28 s2 DTP»n 'N '71 instead of that ye were . . ., instead of your being . . . , Ez 36 s4 . (6) tw re<wrra for (the fact) <Aat, because that (© d^ iv Am i 3 + oft.), Nu 25" 't6 N?t? ■^ 'n, Dt 2I 14 22 M 28 47

S 26 21 2 K 2 2 ,7 = 2 Ch'34 25 , Is 53 12 Je 29 19 50 7 
Ch 2i 12 . b. "? nnn Dt 4 s7 (but ? read : WJ! 

as end of v 36 ), Pr i 29 . Cf. ('?) ^ 3$. III. compounds : — tl. n™?"->£, after a vb. of motion: a. (in) under, Ju 6 19 "?N XSl'1 n^>Nn 'n, 1 K 8 6 (|| 2 Ch 5 7 ), Je 3 6 38" (on 1 S

TO i'v.II. Id); after KljJ Zc 3" '!> 'rri>K Ez io 2 . b. iwto </te pface 0/, Lv 1 4 42 . 2. nnnp (=6jt' «): a. alone, from under, from beneath, as O'P^n nnrip +Uni 7 , and esp. after such vbs. as nne> 6 17 , nnp Ex 1 7" Dt 9 14 25 19 29 19 2 K i4»TaKnDt7 M , cf.La3 66 ; EZ47" fnso 'no n?an, Pr2 2 27 TMJWP imbH? ng? rrc& ; Ex6 67 d^xo ntap 'no, H04 1 ' 2 Dn»n*)K 'no up ( c f. II. 1 o a, 0); 'D "I! 'HO (cf. II. l"d) from under the ltand (power) of. . . Ex i8"> 2 K 8 2022 13 5 17" + ; Vnnnp (cf. II. 2 a) /row fo's place Ex io 28 Zc6' 2 . Earely=nnn r ') nnnp, Gn i 9 (P) Ez i 8 4 2 9 4 6 23 Jb 26 s . b. ') nnnp ( opP . 'b byS0) under, beneath : Gn i 17 TIB yfe D^On HT&, Ex 20 4 Yl$ nnnp D ^ (so Dt 4" 5 s ), JU3" VfSfy 'np'je38 12 4-; of locality, tGn

8 ^wTabno, 1 s 7" 1 K 4 12 . c. t'!> nnnpb 

(cf. id 9 b), i. q. ') nnnp 1 k 7 32 . TTinnri adj. lower, lowest;— abs. 'It Jos i6 3 +, fs. nan- Is 22*+, fpl. n5h-~Ez42 iMi ;— lower, Is 2 2 s 'nn naian the lower pool (in Jerus.), of pavement and gate of outer (lower) temple-court Ez 4 o ls -' 9 (1. jinnnn 'tin), of lower ledge (n"]JP.) of altar, 43 14 ; of the lowest of the three stories of side-chambers surrounding the temple, 1 K 6« fa iWn, +v 8 » (v. rto'n), Ez 4 1 7 (read JDl for J31), 42 s - 6 ; in place-name, 'n rVlhTVa Jos 16 3 18"' 1 K 9 17 (|| 2 Ch 8 5 *»?), 'nn frtrtVi 1 Ch 7" 2 Ch 8 6 . TVinFI adj. and subst. lower, lowest (places)':— fs. n;nnn tf86 13 , nwrin Ex i9 17 +; mpl. Dinnri fGn 6 16 ; fpl. I#WT? V63 ,0 +;— Ex 19 17 "inn n-nnna laxTn in the Zower ;;art of the mt., Ju i 15 = Jos 15 19 (so read here with © MSS @ .1 nnn rw) n<nnn n^a nx the Zotoer spring, Jb 4i 16 n , nnn n?D3 like the lower mill-stone, Gn 6 16 (P) 0 nr = lower stories; of She'61,Dt32 22 n , nnn %lf lytothelowest Sh.e'61, ,/, 86' 3 n;nnn '^p, S o rrnnn jns the lowest earth (orland), i.e. Sh., Ez 31 "•>«■» ni>nnn fiS the land of lowest places 26 20 32 ls24 , ni'nnn n'ia the pit of lowest places Lam 3 s5 1// 88 7 , DVPinTl H? n 63 10 ( + perh. 7 1 20 ) the lowest places of the earth, YH$ '^ Is 44 23 , and fig. of the dark and hidden interior of the womb ^i39 15 . — Ne 4' Dipp^> ni'nnnp Tpj?«l and I set (® L and they stood) at parts below (JO as in ? nnplO) the place (where they were to work), so Ke Gu, but text perhaps corrupt (Berthol Sgf ). < f 11. T r n.pr. 1. m. a. Levite 1 Ch6 922 . b. Ephraimite 7 211 - 2 ". — Qaad, Kaad, etc. 2. loc. station in wilderness Nu 33 M27 ; Karaad. ■'©in o^rinn v . n. vn$ 2. fiTn v. 'nin. tp^n n.pr.m. in Judah, I Ch4 20 Qr (Kt Jvin); Ivojk, A eiXtoK, ®L e<oXft/i. t NQ' , ri n.pr.terr. et gent. (OAram. NO'D Lzb 385 ; T in As.Tima Dl p * 301f - Schr KGF 261ff - ;=so^A cowMiry, VkD' (cf. JO^, /jB») ace. to No Enc ' Blb - Ii »" A ' !L ) ;— 'D ps "aB'" Is 2 1 14 , people Je 25 23 ; 'n ' son ' of Ishma'el Gn 2 5 15 || i Ch i 30 ; «pn TfffTyf (l.'1K)Jb6 19 ; empai*. Mod.reyma.NW.Arabia, Doughty AnbDa - '• ■»"•■ *•>■ ^^ Wilson BMt - DB ™ A , and on inscr. found there Eut N,bInKbrK CIS II, No. 113.114 J^gSBAk. 1884. 813 f. JJ a J R&J III, Ulff. () oke 195 * i. ii. jo"*?, -ao'H, ^p^ri v. jov [TO?l] v. non. t^Jjl adj. gent. (1): 'nriiChu 45 , unknown. &fi*Vfi Ch^n v. Bh TN 1 T I (' : 1 n.pr.m. in Judah, i Ch 4"; Zaipa, A Oripta, ©L Edpia. TDT , n n.pr.terr. et gent. ' son ' of Japhet Gn 10* 1 Chi 5 ; Bapas; identified by Mey aeKh - d. Alt. 1. 260 J^ JI 1 Z Guuk a j. w ith Gk. Tvpoqvoi, Egypt. Turula, on coast of ^Egean. t[t2TJTl] n.m. he-goat (NH id.; Ar. ,J^3, Aram. *$fl, K&n, ^Vid.; -/unknown);—