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90 to bless, swear, speak, prophesy, etc., DB/3 in the name of . . . (i. e. the name being used or appealed to in the act) Dt 6 13 Je 1 1 21 , etc. (so to swear mrpa by '> Jos 2" etc., fra'a Is 62 s ; to bless 13 with thee Gn 48 20 , to swear with me yjr 102', i.e. using my name in oath, Je 29"); almost=in the authority and power of 1 S 17 46 25 s 1 K 2 1 8 Mi 4 s Zc io 12 ^ 20 6 44 6 89 s . e. n©3 or nS3 by means of v;hat f how ? Gn 15 8 Ju 6 i» ^5.6.10 , K 22 ji Mal 2 i 7 n x, a hy TOeang f this Gn42 15JB Ex7 17 NU16 28 ; with this=on this condition Gn 34** 1 S 1 1 2 Is 27". 3. of cost or price (the Beth pretii), the price, whether given or received, being treated as the instrumental means by which the act is accom- plished, with, for, at the cost of: thus regularly a. with -OB> hire Gn 30 16 , n"1B redeem Ex 34 20 , fen« 6e<ro<A 2 S 3 14 , Hg & M y 2 S 24 s4 ; i K 2 23 te>M3 a< </«? co«« 0/ ids life hath A. spoken this word, 2 S 23 17 who went OnVcaja at peril of their lives, Pr 1™ La 5' Jos 6 s6 '"•n?-: ™ 33 a ' tt« pnc« 0/ his firstborn shall he lay its foundations, 1 Ch 12" ttHSfcnS <o the jeopardy of our heads he will fall away, etc. b. with 130 seZ? Dt 21"; 122 serve Gn 29 18 ' 20 Ho 1 2 " ; TDH exchange Lv 2 7 10 Ho 4 7 their glory I will exchange for ignominy, i/e 106 20 ; 'HB'33 fro to give /or interest Lv25 37 /m5 6 ; in other con- nexions Gn 23" 47 16f - Is 45 13 La 1" Ct 8 711 ; Dt 19" P5? 3 fX Vm®*?. life for life, eye for eye; Is2» mn aOTJ/np «wA«< is he to be ac- counted? 7 23 athousand vines IDa n?? 3 ^ athou- sand (shekels of) silver. — Hence (perhaps) the idiom, usages ri J?' 3 ^JK* year for year, one year like another, annually Dt 1 5 20 al. ; Di'3 Di' (late), Di'a Di'a ti S 18 10 ; Dysa oyaa ( T . tip, Off); BHha enh +1 Ch 27 1 . 4. rather peculiarly, in certain cases where the object of an action may be treated as the instrument by which it is accomplished : as t^Nia jPJfj to shake with the head Je 18 6 Jb 16 4 (as well as BWl fflQ ^2 2 8 ); to open with the mouth Jb 16 10 , with the lips f2 2 8 ; to gnash with the teeth Jbi6 9 (to gnash the teeth ^35 16 ); to wink with the eye Pr 6 13 (to wink the eye, ib. io 10 ); ^ip3 jnj to utter with the voice ifr 46' 68 s4 Je 12 8 (but Pip |nj is more common); to stretch out with the hand La i 17 ; flBB3 Cnn (unusual) Ex 7 20 . So DK/3 tOi? to call with the name — in diff. senses, ace. to the context, viz. to irroclaim Ex 33" 34 s Is 44' f49 12 ; to invoke Gn 4* 12 8 1 K I8 24 " 2 * Is 12 4 ; to rcaroe honourably Is 43 1 ». Cf. Ew' 282 " Ges» 119 - 3bB - W AG "- ,Mb " De ib'**:*** 5. with a cau8al forcej ^ r0M ^ ^ account of: Gn 18 28 n^t?na Wlffriri w ilt thou destroy on account of five the whole city? Lv

s9 Nu 16 26 Dt 9" 24 16 :vrov iKcna j^k they 

shall be put to death, each because of his own sin (cf. Je 3 1 30 Ez 3 18 , v. 18 17 ) 2 S 3 s7 14 7 (cf. Jon i») Is 7 4 (|||D) 28 7 (|| JO) so i 53 ' 57" J e 51- +5 U1 6' (|| ») 31" 3 2 3 4 2 19 90 9 94*. So in f&, b>?3 (v. -rate, bbi), & ( sts .) in nana a t, through, the word of. . . . 6. of the material with which a work is wrought, both absol. anja 7f$ to work with gold Ex 3 1 4 1 K 7"; and to make a thing with (in our idiom, of) gold Ex 3 8 8 Ez 7 20 1 K 15 22 (Hja). Without a verb Lv 1 3 s2 2 Ch 9 18 . 7. with for although, in spite of (cf. Germ, bei alle dem): Lv 26 27 Nu 14 11 ninkn ^)ba i n spite of all the signs that

have wrought, Dt I 32 Is 47" ^ 27 s ; esp. in 

the phrase ntfri>33 for all this Is s 25 9 1 »- 16 -2° io 4 V 78 32 al. (Cf.'in Ar. O. Qor 9 s5 .) 8. of a standard of measurement or computation, with, by: Ex 12 4 nfefej np3D3 by the computa- tion of souls ; Lv 5 25 al. ^"ijfa by thy reckoning; Ez 4 10 ; 1SD03 by number Dt 25'+ ; . . . lappa by the number of . . . Lv 25 1 " Nu I 2 , etc.; Bhpn b?p2 Ex 30 13 al. (in P); TOKa often (v. nBK); Dt 3 11 B*N ni2Sa oy the cubit of a man;

S 1 4 s6 ![^n jasa. Of a model, Gn i 26 «pbsa 

tw our image, 5 1 - 3 Ex 25 40 ; fTja w«'«Zi the way (=in the manner) of . . . Is io 2426 Am 4 10 . IV. 3 is used also with certain classes of verbs, though the explanation of its use may be sometimes doubtful : viz. a. with verbs of taking refuge, trusting, relying, as PPi^D, n P3, n P?> 15?^. b. with verbs of ruling, governing, restraining, as ^O, i'B'O, B*M, "IXJ?, PITl, ts^tr. C. with verbs of rejoicing, feeling pleasure or satisfaction, etc., as ?*|, $?, WC, nce>, }»SPI, 'T)> "^? (but with this verb fO is more common). [Prob. a case of III. 5. j d. with verbs expressive of sensible perception, to denote the pleasurable or attentive exercise of the faculty concerned, as 3 J?BB> to listen to,

D^an, nyj, ntn, to look upon, a nnn to smell 

at (see these words), e. occasionally also with verbs of speaking, thinking, mentioning, knowing, to denote the object of the action, as 3 na^ to speak about Dt 6 7 ^ 87 s al. (v. sub TO; ? &•, "JC 1 , D^ V44'63 7 69 13 ; VT Je 38 s4 ; 1?; once Je 3 16 , Tajn oft,; ^ 71 6 V^NJ ^2 of thee is my praise. V. Followed by an inf. c, 3 forms a periphrasis for the gerund, though in English it is commonly to be rendered by a verb and