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DM Cto^n = Mediterranean, Zc 8 7 Btotfn Ki3B p.X (|| nrijp jnK), Mai i 11 V' 50 1 113* stm*«<=wes<, opp. sunrise = east; in phr. from E. to IF., i.e. over the whole earth, everywhere on earth. I [Nai^ J n.[m.] in-coming, entrance, ^tOlD Qr 2 S3 25 , cf. Kt sub MOD; VK3tol Ez 43" and its entrances ( || I'NSiCI), del. B Co. In both, ungramm. form for assonance with NV1D. t PlN'On n.f . proventus, product, revenue — 'PI abs. it 1 07 37 + 3 1. ; cstr. J1N13PI Lv 2 3 s9 + ut.; sf. 'ntran Jb 3 i 12 Pr8 19 ; 'inwari Dt i4 ffl + 2 t.; in^iw Pr 3 9 ; iriX13Pl Lv io^ + Ez 4 8 18 Qr (Kt*wwvan), nhwori j e2 3 ; anwapi Ex23 10 +7t. + Ez48 18 Kt (so Co); «nW3n LV25 20 ; pi. PIN13H Lv25 ,5 +4t.; niK13Ti Pr 14 4 16 8 ; Q? ,r IK13P) Je 12 13 ; — 1. product, yield, usually of earth (= crops, etc.) H?? ' n Ex 23 10 Lv 19 25 23 s9 25 s1 - 7 (used as food for man & beast, cf. v 22 ) Jos 5> 2 , cf. Ne o 37 Lv 25 1516 , also Ez 48 18 ; in Gn 47 s4 'PI? must=o/ the crops '(3 partitive, cf. 3 1. 2. b; ® del. 3); IT^ 'PI 2 K 8« 2 Ch 31 s ; DTG 'PI Dt 22 9 cf. f 107 37 ; 'PI 0$ noiKn Is 30 23 ; Hi 'Pi & 3g 'PI Nu 18" ; JfM 'Pi t t ~: T ** » ■ T TAT * • Dt 1 4 s2 ; 15^ 'PI 2 Ch 32 28 ; as property of hus- bandmen, or people Lv 25 20 Dt 14 28 16 15 2 6' 2 Pr3 9 ; crops as determined by season, SPOt? 'PI Dt33 14 (|| 0"rr) BHS); yield of a year POP Lv 25 1222 ; cf. v 21 'PI H^V, subj. n3E>. 2. a. income, revenue, in general Jb 31 12 (almost = posses- sions) Pr 10" 14 4 15 6 16 8 Ec 5 9 cf. Is 23 s (le- venue of Tyre from trade with Egypt in bread stuffs), b. fig. gain of wisdom PIMPI 'n Pr 3" 8"; product of lips (Hn# 'PI) Pr 18 20 , i.e. results of his speech (|| B i, N" , B *T$); of Isr. as Yahweh's product Je 2 3 ; of Israel's wicked- ness Je 12 13 . fl. [T13] vb. despise (NH id.) — Qal P/. 3 ms. 13 Zc 4 10 (cf. Ko L439 ); 3 pi. V3 Pr i 7 ; /w;;/ ?»; Pr23 9 ; 3 fs. 13T11 Pr 3 17 ; 2 ms. T13PI (juss.) Pr2 3 22 ; pi. W» Pr6 30 Ct8 7 ; «$ Ct 8 1 ; Inf. abs. 1i3 Ct 8 7 ; Ft. Pr 1 1"+ 2 t.;— despise, shew despite toward (WisdLt & poet.) c. ace. Pr i 7 ; c. Inf. + b Pr 30 17 ; elsewh. sq. 7 + r.oun, Pr 6 s0 11" i 3 ' 3 14 s1 23 s22 Ct 8 l " Zc 4 10 . tn. PI2 n.m. PrI8!l contempt — '3 abs. Gn 38™+ gt.; cstr. Jb 3 1 34 ;— (WisdLt & poet., exc. Gn 38 J). 1. contempt springing from pride and wickedness Jl^i 34 ^I23 3 ' 4 (II i e^)> joined in one adverb, phr. with D1NJ ^31" '31 '33; springing from prosperity and ease Jb 12 6 ; = object of contempt Gn 38° Pr 12"; linErin^iio^PriS 3 . 2. judicial, poured out ("]£&) by God, in judgment Jbi2 21 = ^ 107 40 . trma n.f. contempt Ne 3 M '3 «S*n toe have become (an object of) contempt. till. t^llS n.pr.ni. (cf. As. n.pr.loc. Bdzu m ra 307 , zk is*. 93 f.) -,_ _ 2nd son of Nahor) Abra- ham's brother Gn 22 21 J; = tribe named with HI & X?** Je 25* 2. a Gadite 1 Ch 5 14 . ti. TO3 adj.gent. (=»IJJ2 fr. t?3 ace. to J. Derenbourg Eiju ) of Elihu's father Jb 32". +11. ""I^Q n.pr.ni. father of Ezekiel Ez I s . T^S, n.pr.m. a Jew of Nehem.'s time Ne 3 18 = '133 v 24 which prob. rd. also v 18 (® Bt8«, B«««, M*p) cf. further Sm LI '" !n12 . t '•T'Q v ^ - perplex, confuse (? Ar. i»)U> stir up (water of spring) then be disturbed, con- fused; cf. As. bdku, lead captive, orig. lead astray 1 COTEzm 2 )— only Nipt. Pf 3 fs.n3i33 Est 3 15 ; 3 mpl. to£j Jo 1 18 ; Pt. pi. &$£ Ex 1 4 3 ; — be confused, in confusion (of a city) Est 3 15 ; = wander aimlessly (of Isr.) Ex 1 4 3 ; so of cattle Jo i' 8 (Merx prop. 133, after @ HicKavo-av, but rQ3 not elsewhere of cattle). triDiap n.f. confusion, confounding, Is

s PI31301 i"!D13D1 flDinD tff a day of consterna- 

tion and down-treading and confusion; Mi 7 4 Dri313D IWUJI rwy now shall be their confusion. ti. VIS n.[m.] Bui, 8th month = Marches- wan, As. Arah samna, iK6 K Kin ?13 PITJ3 •<yipfn tfnhn ; "(Canaanitish; Ph. b rrv; a Palm, god is *?in (in n.pr. ^miy, Vog 93 b)2"W etc.) & ^13m , (Vog 93 , moon-god), which DHM B,r.wi OT .Ak.cviH.977 connectg w i tn Heb. i>13; Bae ™«"- (q.v.) thinks=i>$)3, cf. Thes pM0 ). II. 712 n.m. product, produce, v. 713 n:ia n.pr.m. v. ps. "'Ilia n.pr.m. v. H33. T [DI2] vb. tread down, trample — Qal Impf. D13J ^6o 14 =io8 14 ; 3/s. D13FI Pr 2 7 7 , D13K Is 63"; sf. 3 s. 13D13S I s 14 26 ; 1 pi. D133 ^ 44"; — tread down, trample (of warriors), no obj. expr. Zc io 6 ; id., fig. c. ace. (subj. as warrior) ISI4 25 cf. ^6o 14 =io8 14 Is 63"; (subj. men, with God's help) ^ 44 s ; fig. = reject, loathe Pr 27 7 . Pol. Pf 1DD13 is 6 3 18 ; 1DD3 J e 12 10 — tread down, in bad sense, subj. enemies of ' obj. ace. Je 12 10 (in metaph.) ;=i desecrate (obj. vhpo) Is 6 3 18 . Hithpol. Pt. f riDD'ana