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89 great helper, 54" (v. Che), Jun 35 . b. a secondary pred., Ex6 3 and I appeared unto them *J|J i>K3 as God Almighty, Nu 26 s3 n ?P^3 as an inheritance, 34 s Ez46 16 47 14 Dt io 22 26 14 I have not put away therefrom NCC3 as one unclean = while unclean, 28 62 Is 40 10 Kfr pjns he cometh as a strong one, yjr 35 s (where v. De) and rise up as my help, v 16 , 30 7 55" Pr 3 26 Jb 36 32 (De). c. a pred. as accus., Is 48 10 1 have refined thee IDM tib) hut not as though silver, Ez 2o 41 ; Nu 18 26 36 s Jos 13 67 23 4 Ez 45 1 47 2222 ( r d. 6$) 48 20 (v. © Co) all ntaa (cf. b), + 78 s5 & allotted it nbnj iona as a line of inheritance (i.e. as a measured inheritance). is26 4 tnfrv yet mm ma -Q 3 n n33 by the river Chebar (i 3 by). 2. on: Gn8 20 Nu2 3 2 n3ja3 n the altar; Ju8 21 on the necks of the camels ; 1 K 2 5 al. ^jnm on his loins ; Is 59" a helmet Svthl on his head. 3. often with verbs of touching, approaching, taking hold of, cleaving, etc., as 1™, p31, pK'n, VI), tWJ, 335, V3B, Tjpn, B>Efi (see these words). 4. with words expressing or implying an act of hostility — a. against : Gn 16 12 13 bb T1 %2 fV his hand against all, and the hand of all against him ; 3 'B T iinl Dti3 10 1S5 9 i8 17 + oft. Hence after verbs (q.v.) of fighting (DO?:, an), going up to in- vade (r6y), being angry ("OS/Tin, *!?*!, P]N rnn), sinning or acting treacherously (Nt?n, 133, Tip, mo, bye, )#f, l|j>t?, 3JP, ETG), testifying (njy, Tyn), mocking (3^1 brin), /eeZ ? ' w? loathing (pP), rebuking (lyj: prop, to protest loudly), speaking (131: Nu 12 s "), etc., & even (an ex- treme case) Ho 7" '3 VNDJ they turn aside (so as to be) against me. In a weaker sense mjB pnipp mingens ad parietem 1 S 25 s2 al. b. down to, upon {super with accus.), esp. in such phrases as ^3 1W Lv 20 9 al. his blood be upon him; iSM$13 1D1 his blood be wpora. his head Jos 2 19 ; W»h» (* 3^,1) 31E> J u 8 57 (nyi),

K 2 s3 (Di), v 44 (ny'i), ,/, 7 17 (ibpy); 'b jyj joj 

ie>Nl3 1 K 8 s2 & oft. in Ez, as 9 10 ' 1 1 21 . III. 1. With — a. of accompaniment: Nu 20™ 133 Dy3 with much people, Jos 22 s Ju 1 1 34 1 K 1 o 2 2 K 5 9 Je 4 1 15 ; Ex 2 i 2i and he shall give D7?S3 with arbitrators (arbitrators being em- ployed), Is 8" :ne!>3 with iny disciples, i.e. having them present; Ex 8 113 Jo 1 1 19 10(1^3 py a tree with its sap; 1 K 19 19 ibyn D , 3B'3 iom and he with the 12th. b. often of what one takes or brings with one: Gn 32 ,M b£03 with my staff I passed over Jordan, Ju n 54 15 1 1 S i 24 Is 7 24 ; Mi 6" al. 3 Dip to go to meet with; 3 K3 to come with Lvi6 3 fr66 13 71". (In Arabic this usage is developed more fully than in Hebrew, and ^ Js lit. to come with, M C**i lit. to go away with, are used idio- matically in the sense of to bring, and to take away respectively: W AG "-» Mb .) Hence I'NS, D ?? 3 > 7?*. &2 = without, c. of concomitant (or surrounding) conditions, as filBns with (or in) haste ; plX3 wrcU (or m) righteousness ; njJB'B t - re error ; ISiE* bipZH nyVTTB 2 S 6"; often in such phrases as inp"IS3 1// 31 2 in thy righteousness; I^Dns m thy mercy Ex 15 13 ; — ^lEWa wt '<A. my happiness .'= happy am I Gn 30"; //- 29 4 the voice of * is 033 wj'<Apower= is powerful; EX32 12 nyi3 wt ^ evil purpose; ^•73 8 ""39 "» wickedness; 90'° ni«33 tw'di strength. 2. of the instrument or means : as a. 3in3 w i t h t he sword Ex 5' etc.; D&Q3 wti/t the feet Is 28 3 ; . . . T3 by the hand of. (v. sub T); to stone ?3K3 or mJ3«$3 toiV/j stones Lv 20 2 Nu i4 10 etc; 3 nriB» to drink with a cup Gn44 5 Am 6 s (cf. in Aram. Dn5 2 ); to cry fil33 with the throat Is 58 1 ; to burn E*N3 m or wt'<A fire (oft.) ; to slay or to perish 3yi3 through hunger or 1313 through pestilence Ex

3 Je2i 9 +oft, (cf. Jb27 15 raft niB3); to 

save with or by Ju 7 7 1 S 14 6 . b. idiom., with certain verbs, as 3 pPIB* to play with Jb 40 29 ; 3 13JJ to labour with a person (as with an in- strument), i.e. to use him as a slave Ex i" Je 22" 2 7 7 al.; 3 riVV J e 18 23 Ne 9 24 Dn 1 1 7 Est i 15 2" 3 11 6 6 ; & perh. 3 131 (of God) to speak with one Nu 12 28 * al. (v. Ew« a7t<3) ; Dr 8m ' L 23 ' 2 ). Further by33, mn<3 «33nn to prophesy with or by " or Baal, * or Baal being the in- spirer; 3 ?£{?, tJHl to inquire or ask by means of a god (or oracle), c. .11.T3 through '•< ( = by His aid) in many connexions, as yfr 18 30 44" 5 6 511 60 14 Is 26' 3 4 5 25 Ho 1 7 Zc io 12 ; with pass, verbs Dt 33 s9 Is 45 17 (to be saved): and even of the immediate cauee Nu 36 s to be commanded mn , 3 by Gn 9' D1X3 by man shall his blood be shed (both unusual), Ho 14 4 . d. allied is the use of 3 in such phrases as