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t ENfFtyF) n. [m.] pi. abstr. mockery ; — T) nbjjO, epith. of idols, Je io ,5 5 i ,s (both+^n). [rrasyn] v. i. [Dxy]. nsyn v. n. spy. lyn v. [my], [nrnyn] v. n. yy p. 787. D^WJ-l v. [yyn]. f)F v. .ftsn]. mNDn v.i. r-iNDi 1, n, m. msn v. [no:]. t t : • L J ~ [nrcn] v. 1. [pa]. t[DTpn] n.[m.]pl. doubtful word; AV RV baken pieces (Thes from •/rtSK bake) ; — only cstr. D'HS nrrjD '•ran Lv6 14 ; text prob. crpt.; rd. n|TIBri (vnna), </*oti sAafe 6rea& t'< into a

ton meal-offering of pieces, Me ZWThvi.Wf. (®),Di I. 7DD (/of foil.; NH ban, X ^"K, in Midr. expl. of Dt i 1 ; on 2 S 22 s7 i>Bnn v . ^na ; NH hsFi unsalted, of fisb, r6ari=BH; Ar. jjg is «pi<, JjU spittle). +1. 70n adj . tasteless, unseasoned ; — abs. 'n, as subst. Jb6 6 ; fig. of unsatisfying pro- phecies La 2 " ( + NW). TnbDi 7 ! n.f. (moral) unsavouriness, un- seemliness ; — abs. 'n ; unseemliness, of men Je2 3 ,:1 Jb24 12 ; 'N. 1 ? 'T jnj t& 1=' he did not ascribe unseemliness to God; so read also 4" (for JIT nbnPl) HupMeBu. II. 72n (A>f following; akin to ^DC5). til. /pn n. [m.] whitewash; — applied to wall, in Ezekiel's vision Ez i3 101114 - ,s ; fig. of false prophet 2 2 18 . T 7&n n.pr.loc. in, or near, the 'Arabah; — Dt i'; =mod. Tafileh, 15 m. SE. of Dead Sea Rob BB "- ,s7 v. Burckhardt Tr * v <" 402 '-, but T=T) improb. v. DiDr; ® To^oX (cf. Lag BNM ). nfepn v. [Sfo], [ns^pn] v . [fit]. nppri v. 1. nDa. ^DJl (</of following; cf. % KBTI Ex 15™ timbrel, Ar. ,_]!.> drum). < fPi n.m. timbrel, tambourine ; — abs. 'n On 3 i w + ; pl. Q, ? ,! ! Ju 1 1 34 + ; sf. Tf 1 ?. Ez 28", ^STI Je 3 i 4 ;— timbrel, held and struck with hand, esp. by dancing women, oft. with other musical instr.: — sign of merriment, gladness Gn 3i w (E) Jb 21", revelry Is 5'=; T) kite>D 24 s , cf. Je 3 1 4 Ez 2 8" ; exultation, triumph Ex 1 5 20 M (E) Ju 1 1 34 1 S 18 6 Is 30™; used by prophets in ecstasy 1 S io 5 ; in praise of ^ 2 S 6 5 1| 1 Ch 1 3 s , f 81 s 149 3 I50 4 .—Vid. Prince EBM0S,C '» 3 . T [npn] vb. denom. sound the timbrel, beat;— Qal Pt. rriaah niD^y + 68 26 ; rd. Impf.

  • in«i 1 S 21" © (v. mn). Foil Pt. wp 7pj

iniWy. naahtp Na2 8 ; >Sta (after ®)niB?axt> twittering. t ["lSJH] vb. sew together (NH id.; Aram. "IBfi); — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. "BrW Gn 3 ; (J) they sewed together fig-leaves (ace); Pf. 1 s. "THari Jb 16 15 , c. acc.+ vJ!, sackcloth I have sewed upon my skin ; Inf. cstr. "flSTlp ny Ec 3 s a time to sew together (opp. JHiJ). Pi. Pt. as subst. f.pl. rt*iariD-Ezi3 ls tlwse who keep sewing, c. ace. + ?y. titfD.H vb. lay hold of, wield (=NH >DR, DBH , T Aram. B'Bn, Dan) ;_ Qal P/. 3 ms. 'n 2 K I4 13 +, sf. consec. Bf^TH Dt 22 s ', etc.; 7mp/ 3 ms. &■$ Is 3 6 , 1 pl. Ofc/BTl? 2 K 7 12 , etc.; /mi/, mpl. **B rKi8 40 , etc.; '/«/. a&s. b-Bri Je 34 3 ; cstr.fetoj EZ14 5 , VKl!? 21 16 30 21 , sf. nfe/DTl{) Dt20 19 , etc.; Pt. beh Gn 4 2l -|-, cstr. •'E'en J e 49 16 (Ges 1901 ), etc.; — 1. lay hold of, seize (with the hand), ace. pers., Gn 39 12 (J ; + Vl?33), also (3 pers.) Is 3 6 Dt 21" Je 37" Ez 29 7 (in fig.; +3 instr.); c. 3rei iKii 30 Dt9 ,; ; arrest, catch, ace. pers. 1 S 23 26 1 K 13 4 18 4040 Je26 s 37 13 , 2Ki 4 13 = 2 Ch25 23 , 2 K25 6 =Je 52 s , yfr 7 1 11 ; in phrase catch, capture alive ('0), ace. pers. Jos 8 s (JE), 1 S 15 8 1 K 2o' 818 2 K 7 ,J io 1414 ; seize city (ace.) Jos 8 8 (JE), 2 K 14 7 16 9 i8 ,3 =Is36', Dt 20 9 Je4o'°; fig. Ez 14 5 seize Isr. (ace.) by (3) their heart (terrorize them) ; Pr 30 9 seize (do violence to) the name (ace.) of my God; 3HT fc*ttg Hb 2 " grasped (sheathed) in gold; ny'33 DilD Tl Je 49 16 holding (occupy- ing) the height of the hill. 2. grasp in order to wield, wield, use skilfully : grasp sword *!?? Ez 2 1 16 (ace. om.), cf. 30 2 ' (3 of sword), and esp.pt.: P$gn bah Am 2 ld , lis? bah Gn4 2I (J), hva Tl J e so 16 , f?D ^Bh 46°" (del.'n v 9b © Gie CoDu), VWa Tl EZ27 29 , ni3l T PI'n 3 8 4 ; even rOinn Tl Je 2 8 they that handle (deal with, are expert in) the law, nonpari Tl Nu 31 2 ' (P) those skilled in war. — Je 34 s v. infr. Niph. Pf. 3 ms. bsnj Ez i 9 4 , 2 fs. n'B>BT13 Je 50 24 , etc.; Impf. 3 fs. barirn 51 4 ', 2 ms. VUpf Je 3 ^ 3 8 a , etc.;