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»3K ^m "3 Is 43 s Je i 1M, + ; Is 63 s ^ 12 s our lips are with us, on our side ; in the phrase m 'b t (nirn) 2 S 14" 2 K 15" Je 26"; Nfco )"IK to bear together with, i. e. to assist Ex 1 8 s2 Nu 11 17 . Exceptionally, — with the help of: Gn 4 1 for I have gotten a man ' ,_ nx with the help of'* (cf. Dy 1 S 14 45 ) 49 25 (where, however, the parallelism, & ® <B Sam. favour '"IB* 7N1 for "B? nf?1) Mi 3 8 j cf. Est 9 M . b. beside (Germ. ««6en): Gn 39" nDIKO WK VT *6 he knew not with him, beside him, aught (i.e. Joseph man- aged everything), v 8 Ex 20 23 "RK (*^J f6 ye shall not make (aught) beside me. c. besides in the presence of (rare): Gn 20 16b and before all thou shalt be righted, IS30 8 M16 1 . In this sense 'B , 3. S "R? is more freq., v. sub Q , ?B. d. of intercourse of different kinds with another, e.g. after verbs of making a covenant or con- tract, or (less often) of speaking or dealing: (a) Gn 9 « is 19 17 4 (EZ16 60 Is 59 21 -DiK) Josio 4 1 K 3 1 etc.; cf. 1S2" (but here VlKO fnbn i s prob. to be read with ® <S X Ke We etc., cf. Dt 1 8 3 ). ()3) Gn 1 f 42 30 ttW5 «ns< TM, 1 K 8 15 fr 109 2 , & esp. in Je and Ez (as Jei 16 4" [52 s ^«]5 5 EZ2 1

4 44 5 — all -nix); 

iS , Gn 24 49 to perform kindness J1K (E? is here more genl.), 2 S 16 17 ^STriK VflQ *% Ru 2 20 Zc

9 ; Jui i 27 njn »n*trtp^) nflg), Dt i 30 10" 

i2 7b , (-rriK) Je 21 2 33 9 Ez7 27 i6' 89 22 14 23 26 - 29 39 1 abs. Ez 17 17 20 44 jf 109 21 Zp 3 19 ; (y) in a pregn. sense, (in dealing) with, i.e. towards (rare): Is 66 14 ^ 6f WIK V3B ito make his face to shine «ot«A (= toward) us (varied from ?£ Nu 6 25 ) Dt 28 s ; faithful wcfft V 7 g8 ( cf - v37 D V J* 3 ?). Ez 2l. (8) often with verbs of fighting, striving, contending, as Gn i 4 2 - 8 - 9 Nu20 ,s IS45 9 ' 50 8 ^35' Pr23"; with BBK>EO K3 ^ 143 2 (Is 3 14 al. DV). . Of localities, esp. in the phrase DX IB'N. describing a site: Ju 3 19 4 11 B^pTlK W which is near Kedesh, 1 K g™ 2 K 9 s7 (cf. Dy 2, which is commoner in this sense); EZ43 8 ; Ex 33 21 VW Qipo nin. Perh., anomalously, 1 S 7 16 at or fo/ all those places (but v. Dr); in 2 S 15 23 na-Isn-riX fyj ^B-by, nx=«ou/ards is against anal.: rd. with ©L T3")Ba 1B^ OSJ fJJ VjET^y; 1 K 9 s5 ttltjt beside it (sc. the altar); butl^V 13 1 etc. would be idiomatic, & for "ffi'K WK Klo proposes plausibly i#tCnX (v. Ex 30 20 ). . 'B ns denotes specially, a. in one's possession or keeping: G1127 16 30 29 thou know- est ... TO *J?po .Tn -IB>K m how thy cattle fared with me, v 33 Lv 5 s3 19 13 Dti5 3 Jui7 2 1 S

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g" UPIK HD = what luxve wef 25 s9 Is 49 4 my right is with Jehovah (contr. 40 27 ), Je8 8 ^38" the light of mine eyes also 'HK J'N i. e. is gone from me, Pr 3 s8 8 18 ; in his power, Je 10 5 a^n DniS |'X is not in their power, perh. -<r 1 2 6 . A dream, or the word of is said to be n&? wn'<A a prophet, 2 K 3 12 Je 23 ffl 27 18 . Metaph. of a mental quality, Pr 1 1 2 13 10 . b. in one's know- ledge or memory: I859 12 WRX ^ , VB'S our trans- gressions are with us, i.e. present to our minds (|| aejrv wrtrtjn), Jb 1 2 3 n^x-ios ptpo-nK with whom are not (i.e. who knoweth not? Wt oi o-woiSe;) things like these? I4'?|J?K i.e. known to thee, Pr 2 1 Gn 40 14 Je 12 3 (Ew Gf towards thee, as 1 d y). So OaE>BrnK tM» Gn 23 s [2 K 9 15 'i alone], ^(rnsj 2 K 10". Comp. Dy 4 b, which is more frequent in this sense. 4. T1KQ (>riHO, etc.; also -rfKD, v. p. 85) from proximity with (like Gk. itapa with a genit., Fr. de chez; in Syr. Arab. Lo^. ^o, ilc ^ correspond. Synon. OJN?; see below): coupled almost always with persons (contrast DJ??, a). Thus a. with nji? to buy Gn 25 10 + oft. (cf. 1 7 s7 ); ngb Gn 42 24 Ex 25 s Lv 25 36 Nu 1 7 17 + oft.; Nfc'J ^ 24 s ; nW, as Gn 8 8 WN1? nji'H-nK n^l and he sent forth the dove from with him 26 s7 ; ?pn Gn26 31 1 K18 12 20 36 Je 9 1 , of a wife deserting her husband Ju 19 2 frWBJ ^Fll, Je 3 ' (cf. Is 57 s ); with sim. words Gn 38 1 Dt 2 8 iKii" Je 2 37 (v. EX5 20 ); Is54 10 t,66*>; with b*f Ju i 14 iK2 16 ^27 4 +,e'l , 5 1K22 7 al., VQf IS2" — 'B *Ji DKD Gn 27 30 43 M Ex io" Jb 2 7 ; Lv io 4 (B>-li3'n), 2 K 1 6 14 (n?an). Hence b. of rights or dues, handed over from, given on the part of, any one: Gn47 22 njriB DSD ph; oft. in P, as Gn 23 20 Ex 27 21 a perpetual due Vj^ *&n& from, or on the part of, the children of Israel, LV7 34 " 24 8 Nu3 9 7 84 + ; Dti8 3 iS 2 ,3 (®, etc.; v. 1 d) 2 S 1 5 3 fop ns?P IJ^TU yOBh but there is none to hear thee deputed of the king, 1 K 5". C. expressing origination: 1 K I 27 ^'"IN TIKO DX njnj tlben. Esp. DSC — of a concrete object proceeding from him : Gn 1 9 s4 (brimstone), Nu 11 31 (a wind), 16 35 (fire), 1 S 16 14 (evil spirit), Is 38' (a sign), Jesi 53 (wasters), Mis 6 (dew); of wrath Zc 7 12 (cf. Nu 17 11 ), teaching Is 51 4 , the word of prophecy Je7* (so n 1 i8' + oft. in Je) 37 17 Ez 33 30 ; with 'have I (we) heard' Is 2 1 10 28 s2 Je49 14 ( = Ob 1 ); of an event, or phase of history Jos 1 1 20 nJTH "> nso it came of* to . . .,

K 12 24 Hb 2 13 v 118 23 »*> ™rn " nsp (© 

napa Kvpiov) Ezr 9" Ne 6 16 ; of trouble (ny - )) 2 K 6 s8 Mi i 12 (T!})} of a good or evil lot, having its