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an odoriferous transparent gum, of yellowish colour. (Cf. Smith Dtc,B ""» Sigismund Aron »"' u .) t|-jn n.pr.m. (=rwy?). 1. a judge of Israel 1S12 11 ; but rd. prob. |TJ3, so © enelrate, split 1 cf. Aram, pi?, .oI» explore; but these perh. denom. cf. Lag GN1882,100 ). Tp"Q n.m. 2K12 - 6 fissure, rent, breach (Aram'. Np,?3, )J>J> (Nasar.))— '3 abs. 2 K 12 6 ; cstr. ib. + 6 t.; sf! ^lp"!3 Ez 2f x ;— in a build- ing; temple rV2n '3 3 K 1 2 MAM 22 5 , cf. 12 13 (* n'3 '3); v 6 abs.; ahv. c. P?H repair; cf. 'p'tnp '2 repairers of thy fissures Ez 2 7 927 (of Tyre). I [p"1i] vb. denom. mend, repair, only Qal Jnfcstr. rvsn p?n^ pinsb 2 Ch 34 10 . t"lp"I3 n.pr.m. Isr. officer 2 K 9 s5 (v. [3). n^ (cf- Ar. ^> be empty; on a pos- sible connexion in As. cf. Hpt BA811s ). T^irQ n.[mj] emptiness (on form v. Ges l"* 1 * Stat 96 - 198 ', on usage cf. Lag '" 60 ') alw. c. Wl q. v.; — W3J *nn Gn I 2 of primaeval earth; Je 4 s3 of earth under judgment of **; VinijS ^Hb >3N1 Is 34 11 , tAe Zm« 0/ wasteness and the stones of emptiness, i.e. plummets, employed, not as usual for building, but for destroying walls ; cf. Di & v. sub J3N 6. Tjon3 n.[m/J a costly stone, perh. por- phyry (cf. Egypt, behiti, behet, behat Brugsch Dict.v.«« Diimichen c*"*-™"- Wendel Alul|r - B * u - "• EdeUflned^TTt. © hag ^p^^ Est I 6 ^ Tjrtbl IT) B'E'rO DSri wp^ a pavement of porphyry and marble, etc. tpL^] ▼*>■ (NH id. Pt. pass, h.T3 eftV quieted; Pi. disquiet; % Pa. -Oi hasten, be precipitate, also dismay: but^.00 is 6e quiei — Wipb.. P/. 5>naj 1 s 28 21 ; rbrai ,/, 6 4 ; *^njj Is 2 1 3 ; Wj*J3?1 consec. Jb 21 6 ; $%$ Gn45 3 + , etc.; Impf. ?na>l J u 20 41 ; 2 ms. brav Ec 8 3 ; ti*S* + 104 29 , etc.; P<. ^H33 ^ 3 o 8 ; bn33 p r 28 s2 ; f.'"V ! ??? Zp i 18 ; — 1. be disturbed,dismayed, terri- fied, Gn 45 3 (E) Ju 20 41 1 S 28 21 2 S 4 1 (|| W)!! 1V £, cf. Ez •j" supr.); of bones of sufferer ^ 6 3 (|| cf. infr. v 4 ) ; of hands of dismayed people Ez 'f 1 ; esp. at chastisements & judgments of Ex 1 5 15 (song, in E) ^ 6 4 (subj. B>M, || cf. supr. v 3 ) v" (|| Bh3) 3 o 8 cf. 104 29 ; 8 3 18 (j| Eh3) 90 7 Is 13 8 2 1 3 (sq. JD of occasion of fear) Jb 23 15 (id.) Je 51 32 Ez 26 18 (del. © Co); Jb 4 6 (||n^), cf. also

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1« as adj. terrible Zp 1 18 nbrOJTJK n^>3. 2. be 

in haste, hasty (late, cf. Aram, above): Ec 8 s l?n V3BD 'SlJTpK 6e no* hasty (to) go from him; Pr28 22 pnp 7H33 hastening after riches. Pi. /»y>/. ^Q3J5 Est'2 9 ; sf. V6n3^ Dnn 44 ; l^tyj Jb 22 10 ; to&]3J ^ 2 5 ; 2 ms. D.brpn ^ 83 16 ; ^OJ^U Ec 5 1 7 9 ; Inf. sf. »?i>n3p 2 Ch '35 s1 ; D_ 32 18 ; Part, tprfoso Kt, D^{38 Qr Ezr 4 4 (BeEy pref. Kt, v. Pl?3); — 1. dismay, terrify, sq. sf. 2 Ch 32 18 (|| trfl), Dn 1 1 44 Jb 22 10 (subj. in?), ^2 6 (subj. '») 8 3 16 (|| tin; subj. *>); cf. also Ezr 4 4 (v. sub ft?-). 2. hasten, make haste, act hastily (late), 2 Ch 35 21 ^bnpb "Wf Wtfa God liath given command to speed me (EVm) ; sq. inf. make Imste Est 2 9 ; of hasty speech Ec 5 1 '3n"bl< T?"^ (IP?? *fg§ TQCP* ^fh); of anger Ec 7 9 Diysb ^nra 'sn-^K. p u . />«. pi. o^rpn Est 8 14 , cf. nbn'30 Q r Pr 20 21 (so rd. with Vrss Now Str; AV RV); Kt rbrao v. bm -—has- tened Est 8 14 of royal posts (|| D'SirPI); Juistily gained '3D nbra p r 2 o 21 . Hipb. Pf sf. "frmn Jb 23 16 ; Impf. sf. WTOT3*! 2 Ch 26 20 ; 3*mpl. W73ilEst6 14 ; — 1. dismay, terrify, sq. sf. Jb23 16 (subj. nr ; II *& tjin). 2. (late) Aastew, /twrry (trans.), 2 Ch 26 20 DB'O In6n3>1 and they hurried him thence (|| ^nij); nwle Aas<«, sq. inf. Est 6 14 N^np '3>1 and tltey made haste to bring Haman. T PI 7HS n.f . dismay, sudden terror or ruin (cf. As^ Ultu, terror, DF rS2 )— '3 abs. Lv 26 16 + 2 t.; pi. ni7n3^ J e 15 8 ; — sudden terror Lv 26 16 '3 CD'h? 'klpsn) (appositives follow) ; cf. Je 15 8 ; Is 65 C3 rhn^b *"ft. *&, f 78 s3 b$Xr*)Q$ nbn|3 Dnijcyi nn»gj a?lrf ^ ended their days in a breath, and their years in sudden terror.

(Ar. _4j, iv. shut, x. impeded in 

speech, tongue-tied; Eth. "flOon; 6e dumb). rTOnS n.f. beast, animal, cattle (Ar. L^J)— '3 Gn i 24 + 137 t.; cstr. npns Nu 3 41 "" + iot; sf. inon3Lvi9 19 +4t.; in»n3Ex2o 10 + 4 t.; inpns'Gn 3 6 6 Pr 12 10 ; pi! abs. ntona Dt 3 2 24 + 6t. + V73 22 (v. infr.) ; cstr. nicm ^ 8' 8 + 5t.; — beast, & coll. 6e««te (Gn 8' + very oft.) 1. of living creatures other than man (D^?) G" 11 8' Ex8 13 - 14 9 91022 22 18 LviS^Xwhere '3 is male, so 20 16 ) Dt27 21 ^tfeic; '3 7$) tTWI? ('3 in- cluding all the larger animals) Ex 9 s5 12 12 f/ J 35 8 J e 5° 3 e tc; as inferior to man Jb 18 3 fr 49 13 - 21 , so also Ec 3 181919 - 21 ; pp. also birds & reptiles Gn 6 7 7 23 8" cf. Ez 44 31 etc.; also to