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  • 29 ls ; one causing thatne or acting shame-

full;/, || ^#5 ; t^at? f?3 ^»: ^affD Taj 1 a ser- vant acting wisely will rule over a son causing shame Pr 17 s ; '"18*30 || b)n D^K Pr 12 4 . 2. B*3in 2S19 6 Je^V Joi 1 ' 012 ; t^3'n Jeio 14 + 7 t., Ho 2 7 Jo i 1217 Is 30 5 (but tHOto Kt); WOh Je8 912 ; /rot,, ifrjh Jo I 11 (all the forms in Joel derived v / B'3J by ancient versions and some moderns, vid. Ew s 122 " Ges > w 6 ). a. put to shame 2 S 19 6 . b. act shamefully Ho 2'. C. to be put to shame Je 2 M 6 15 46- 4 48 ,uo 50" Jo 1 ■« (?). d. 6e asAawd Je 8 9 -' 2 Jo 1 1US (?) Is 30' (Qr); c. ?» J e io 14 =5i 17 . Hithp. Impf. WtPaJV ashamed before one another Gn 2 25 (J). tnttTia n.f. shame ^8 9 46 Mi 7'° Ob v 10 Ez 7 ,8 . T tniO n.f. shame (?f3 Ew ,16)f ) Ho io 6 . tjim n.f. shame Jb 8 23 + 20 t,; sf. »«f^ ^6 9 a, + 7t. 1. sAame 1 S 2c, 30 - 30 f 40" 69 20 70 4 Is 30" 6 1 7 Je 2 26 3 s5 20 18 Hb 2 10 Zp 3 519 ; ntfa Wlb clothe with shame Jb 8 ffl V' 35 :6 1 32 ls ; || HBO HUVV' io 9 m ; D ^T( n ) T^ 3 shame (or con- fusion) of face 2 Ch32 21 Ezr9 7 Dn 9", cf. ^44 16 Je 7"; TD^JJ n ?' 3 s/ia»ie 0/ % 2/ou</t Is 54"; DBOTP-iy nakedness (that is) shame Mi I 11 cf. V' 45 6 ; l ox ™-l? n P * S 2o3 °- 2 - shameful thing, substituted for 75?? (q.v.) by later editors, H09 10 Je3 M ; npab nina]p j e n 13 , cf. flftov Sii 21 = ^3T Ju6 32 ; nj&T^il 2 S2 8 =^5?3E>N

Ch S 33 . 

t[©1lO] n.[m.] pi. sf. VBQD, his privates, that excite shame, pudenda, Dt 25 11 . T2 v. sub T13. f [NTH] vb. divide, cutthrough(? cf. Aram. »13, <*L» T cleave)— Qal P/ B"TB WJK Is 18" whose land rivers cut through (of Cush). TnT2 vb. despise (Pal. 3! NTS, cf. Hj raise <Ae head loftily and disdainfully) — Qal Pf. Nu , 5 " +; n»]a 2 S 12 9 ; sf. ^rira 2 s 12 10 , etc.; Impf. 13»1 Gn 25 s4 Est 3 6 ; sf. VTKM i 8 1 7 42 ; 3 fs. 13Fn 2S6" 1 Ch 15 29 ; 2 ms. nnn>5i ,9 73 20 ; WSJl Ne 2 19 ; VIMS 1 S io 27 ; Inf.' cstr. nfa IS49 7 (Di Ew 4180 "); P«. ac«. nfo p r 15 » I9 i« ; vrna p r 14 * ; D'tfa 2 Ch 36 16 ; 'Jto Mai i 6 ; sf. M'a 1 S 2 s0 ; joass. ^13 Je 49 1S + ; f. n ^' 3 Ec 9 ,B ; — despise, regard with contempt, sq. ace. rei, birthright Gn 25 s4 (J); words of' Nui5 31 (P; notelsewh. in Hex);

S 12" cf. 2 Ch 36 16 ; name of '" Mai i M (cf. 

infr.); oath {ffyf) Ez 16 59 i^"-"-"; holy things Ez 22 8 ; one's own ways Pr i9 lfi (i.e. is careless of them, lives recklessly, opp. WSJ "lets', cf. Ssy "isi 16' 7 ); distress of the distressed yfr 22 s5 (II Y®?, subj/'); prayer, subj. id. i^i02 18 ; broken & contrite heart ^ 51 19 (c. ^?), cf. on other hand 73 20 ; sq. ace. pers. Saul 1 S io 27 , David i7 42 cf. Pr is 20 , '< 1 S 2 30 2 S 12 10 Pr 14 2 , his prisoners ^ 69 s4 (subj. '1); sq. j>, W^ b t3Bl 2 S 6 16 = i Ch 15 29 , 2 K i 9 21 =is 37 22 ;" sq. *>$?' pers. Ne2 19 ; sq. Inf. T nVJ) VJ71 |1«1 Est 3 6 ; note esp. HT3 CS3 I s ^^' a despising of soul, i.e. owe despised fromtlxe soul, thoroughly despised; on otherviews v. Che Di. Pt. pass, despised, of pers. cstr. DV 'IIS despised of people (|| D"1K n3"in) ^, 22", cf. DTR3 *«a Je49 15 also Obv 2 ; of wisdom Ec 9 16 . Niph. Pi!, njaj f 1 5 4 + ; f. nj33 1 S 1 5 9 (so rd. for nnOJ cf. Webr); pi. DV33 Mai 2*;— 1. despised V'lo 4 119 141 Is 53 33 Je 22 M . 2. wTe, worthless

S 15 9 . 3. despicable, contemptible Mai I 7 

said of table of cf. v 12 2 9 ; Dn 1 1 21 as subst. of Antiochus Epiph. Hipb. Inf. fn^ys nttW^» Est 1 17 so as to cause to despise their lords (cause their lords to be despised). t|V-n n.[m.] contempt Est i 18 (*|X$. '3). ntS v. sub TT3. T * T 113 vb. spoil, plunder (Ar. y> , Aram. jj» ; Amhar.nHnH:perh.Eth.fl,Ha>:r«*CMePra BAS, - 3S ) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. ID* (consec.) Ez 29 19 ; 3 pi. W3 Nu 3 i 63 +7t.; 1TT3 Nu 3 1 9 ; sf. WHtM consec. Je 20 6 ; i pi. «H3 Dt 2 35 ; VfUS 3 7 ; Impf. 2 ms. fan Dt2o' 4 , pi. M^ Is io 2 + 2 t.; *»5 Gn 34 27 + 4 t.; sf. tW3; Z P 2 9 ; 2 mpl. IfaPl Jos 8 2 ; 1 pi. cohort, nj'33 x S 14 s6 (cf. Ges' 67811 ); Imv. V& Na2 1010 ; Inf. cstr. 13 Isio 6 + 3 t.; 113 Est 3 13 8"; Pi.aci.pl. D'Uia Is 42 s4 2CI120 25 ; sf.^Lfa Je 30 16 , IJMTS Is 17", DHMTS Ez 39 10 ; pass. H13 Is 4 2 s2 ; — «pot7=take as spoil, c. ace. rei Nu 3 1 9 Dt 2 s5 (c. i» & refl. suff.) Je 20 5 Ez 26 12 Na 2 10 yjf 109 11 ; oftener c. ace. cogn., 13 Nu 31 s2 Is io 6 (|| tyf tyv, as oft.) 33* Ez 29 19 38 1213 ; HJ3

Ch 25 13 ; tyv Dt 3 7 2o' 4 (both sq. b c. refl. suft - .) 

2 Ch 20 s525 28 s Est 3 13 8"; nom & 5^B» Jos g2.w j j u ( a u g q jj c _ re fl guff^. i,j p erg carr i e( i off (cf. 13) Gn 34 M (MT, but cf. 01); plunder, despoil, c. ace. pers. robbed Is 1 o 2 1 1 14 1 7 " (nDB*) 4 2 22 (|| ?"d.)Zp2 9 Je30 10 EZ39 10 - 10 ; c. DH3 ( pe rs.)

S 14 36 ; c. ace. of place plundered Gn 34 s7 
K 7 16 2 Ch 1 4 13 ; abs. Nu 3 1 53 1»4»». fNi'pb. 

P/.M331 consec. Am 3" ; Impf. 2 ms. 1^30 Is 24 s ; Inf. abs. Ti3H Is 24 s — be spoiled, plundered,