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R) E>N3>1 D^Sin D-iJl and ?"< ? rew /ohJ (rot- ten, decayed) with worms, and stank; Is 50 2 nds? nbni d^d pNo Dm Eton their fish stink for lack of water, etc. (© Lo Di rd. IP3VI, dry up and die, which suits || , but not the usage of cfr). Nipa. Pf E>X33 i S 13 4 ; W^aj 2 S io 6 ; JjHpN 3 ? 2 S 16 21 ; — only fig. make oneself odious, become odious (cf. Eng. be in bad odour), sq.nN with=towards; T??" n 9 V^i 2 S l62 ' thou hast become odious with thy father; also sq. 3 (rather strangely) 1 S 13' Isr. made tliemselves odious to the Philistines; 2 S io 6 Ammonites to David. Hiph. Pf. E^NIin Ex i6 24 iS2V 12 ; ^N3n^38 6 ; Dneton Ex5 21 ;/top/. B*N3: Pr 13 5 Ec io 1 ; Inf. aos. Eton , S 27 12 ; cstr. sf. ^B^JOnp Gn 34 30 ; — 1. emit a stinking odour Ex 16 24 of manna (cf. Qal v 20 ); ^38" Tnisn >pDi }e"N3n my wounds have grown stinking, they have festered (of chastisement for sin) ; 1 S 1 7 12 fig. of David top E»N3n Eton he hath become utterly abhorred among his people. 2. cause to stink, Dpin fCE* JpiT (J%0C DID *3»J dead flies cause to stink (and) io ferment the oil of a perfumer; usually fig. UrVTTIK DRE'iOn Ex 5 21 (J), i. e. ye have made us odious, sq. ^J! 3 , cf. (c. ace. pers.) Gn 34 30 sq. 3; also without obj. Pr 13 5 a wicked man makes odious and shameful (De Now Str; Be Ew Hi Zo acts odiously and shamefully). Hithp. Pf. ^NSTin 1 Ch 19 6 they had made tliemselves odious (=Niph. in || 2 S io 6 ), sq. 0?. tCJNS n.m. stench— '3 cstr. Am 4'°; sf.^Eto Jo 2 50 ; I3Eto Is 343 ; _D3'3nn '3, i.e. stench of corpses Am 4 10 , also Is 34 s ; cf. Jo 2 20 of locusts '3 nby (|| *irnns byn). tnttJNS n.f. (stinking things) stinking or noxious weeds, Jb 3 1 40 Tinrn rrtn to* nan nrw nE>N3 nnytJ' instead of wheat may there spring forth bramble, and instead of barley stinking weeds (cf. As. bUu Zehnpfund 6 * 31633 ). TO^NS, n.[m.]pl. stinking or worthless things, wild grapes (NH n. unit. flE/lNS) (perh. adj. om. D"33J? cf. Di) Is 5 24 of Yahweh's vineyard, 33 labruscae (v. further De). t[H33] n.f. only F$ 033 Zc 2 12 the apple of his eye (Aram. ±JL} )&>^; x ?? gate %. Est 5 14 ; Thes sub 333 to which Ges gives sense per- forate, hence opening of eye; but cf. Ar.^j^j y^ji pupil of eye, perh. =1IJ Dozy 49 babe, baby, bebe (imitating infant's prattle) i.e. child of the eye; v. Hi St, Flin ChWB 1 - 4191 '; cf. f^K!). TO H^Il n.pr.m. a chief of returning exiles '33 Ne 10"; '33 *» Ezr 8"; *2m Ezr 8"; '33 ?33 Ezr2 u io^NeY".

M2 n.pr.loc. Babel, Babylon (in As. 

written Bab-ilu, gate of god Dl r * ■*, cf. on other hand Jen KMrao1 - 498 )— c. n_ loc. n^>33 Ez 12"+, n^33 2 K 20 17 + once ""^33D J e 27"; — the an- cient capital of Babylonia, mod. If Utah, situated on Euphrates, in long. c. 44 30' E., and lat. c. 32 50' N.; Gn io 10 1 1 9 (where name connected with 773 confuse, confound), both J, not elsewh. in Hex; 2Ki7 24 +3i t. 2 K; i8t.Chr; Est 2'; late^87 4 137 18 ; Is 2 - 3 , viz. 13 119 i4 42J 2i 9 39'-"- 7 43 14 47 1 48 1420 ; Mi 4'° (but here prob. not orig., cf. B,S Pr ° 1 *'"'-"- 6 & reff.) Zc 2" 6 10 Dn i 1 Ez 12" + 19 t. Ez; Je 20 44 - 6 - 6 -|- 165 t. Je; — note esp. '3 n? J e 5 o28 i ft lso of land & people = realm, partic. in '3 ?|JD 2 K 20 12 of Merodach Baladan ; v 18 24 1 - 7111212 + oft. of Nebuchadrezzar; 2 K 25"= Je 52 31 cf. v 34 of Evil-Merodach ; Ne 13" of Artaxerxes; the city personif. as ?33 D3 Is 47 1 Je 50 42 . (See DP* S1J COT Gn 1 1» KG 94 .)

EZ25 7 rd. 13 v.TT3. 

' L - t J v ^ # act or ^ ea ^ treacherously — Qal Pf. ni33 J e 3 2 » + I4 t.; Imp/. "133? Mai 2 15 + 5t; n33?Mal2 10 ;7n/a6*.n'i33Is48 8 'je5"; cstr. T33I S33 '; H33EX2I 8 ; POJ3Pr22 ls +nt.; 1313 Is 33'+ 10 t. ; — act or deal treacherously, faithlessly, deceitfully, in the marriage relation, in matters of property or right, in covenants, in word and in general conduct, a. abs. 1 S 1 4 s3 Jb 6 15 ^78" Is 24" 33 M 4 8 8 Mai 2". Cf. phrases ?ri3 1D3 1133 TIN my brethren have dealt deceitfullyasabrookJb6 u ; D'TjfcD 1331 1133 DH33 n3 T 3 the treacherous Juive dealt treacherously, yea in treachery have the treacherous dealt treach- erously Is 2 4 16 (striking alliteration); |1N ,- 1?3 treacherous in wickedness ijr 59". b. with 3 Ex2i 8 (E), Ju9 a Is 33 ' 1 Jef>s n i2' Lai' 2 Ho 5' 6 7 Mai 2 101415 -' 6 . c. c. ace. + 73". d. c. I» pregnant, aino ne*N H"133 acteth treach- erously {in, departing) from her friend Je 3 20 . Theptcp. is used Pr 2 22 + 8 t., ^25' 59 s 119 1 * 8 Is2i 2 24 16 - ,6 33 1 Je3 8 " 9 1 Hb i 13 2 5 ; T$3 nj* dealers treacJierously in treachery (very treach- erously) Je 12 1 . +I.1JG »-[W"] treachery, Is 24'" Je 12 1 . tjTYTfe pl.abst. Vfnfl "^N men of treach- ery Zp 3 4 . t [liJB] adj. treacherous, f. '"H^S. ( n form cf-Ew S>«b Nii }io;)j e3 -.io . na£ n.m. (except Lv 6 20 n^V. but Sam - ^'