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(opp. B>??.), also 44 M (opp. id.; — on this of. Zin^ 71 ). 3. womb Gn 25*** 3 8 27 (all J) Ho 12 4 Jb 10" (|| Dm v 18 ) Ec ii 6 Jb 3 i 15 JC3? tfyf ,n ^V ^^5? did not he that made me in the womb make him (|| ".m Drn.3 ttJ3Jl)j cf. >//• 139" *ffiBfl fC33,& J e i 5 ; esp/3 nB i ^offspring Gn 30 s (E) ^ 1 2 7 3 Is 1 3 18 ; Pr 3 1 2 ' »}B? 13 = OTy w ,i ( || *"!») cf. BJO|PT| Is 49 16 ; of birth JB3D «£ Jb i 21 3 11 Ec 5 14 ; ;ea &hne=birth Ho 9" (|| ITJ?, jinn), c f. fig. RJgl «£ 'D |B3D Jb 3 8 M (w< 0/ whose womb came tlie ice ? cf. *$3} V^l ~CO t6 Jb 3 10 i.e. 0/ my (mother's) womb; JCSDniia take, draw out of the womb, subj. /, (i.e. cause to be born)|>-2 2 10 ; ,- )B fB3 used also of father Mi 6 7 , cf. i/<- 132 11 (David as ancestor of Messian. king); Jb 19 17 'JO? 'J? 8<ras of my body, of doubtful interpr., perh.= son* of my (motlier's) womb, cf. 3 10 (Ges De), i. e. my brothers or men of my clan RS K33t , others my sons (Ev), my grandsons (Di); also in ad- dressing Isr. as a whole (masc.sf.) Dtf 13 2 8 41U8,53 30 9 , cf. D3tp3 ^pnp Ho 9 16 beloved ones of their womb; J03n~|1? (JB3D) =from birth Ju 13" ^ 58 4 71 6 ,' cf. also Is 44 2 - 24 46' (|| Drn) 4 8 8 49 15 ; «$K joao «/. j u 16 17 Jb 3 1 18 ^aV 1 (|| on-i). . architectural word of some rounded projec- tion connected with the two pillars Jachin & Boaz 1 K 7 20 (Klo rds. rvan). < fii. |t03 n.pr.loc. city in Asher Jos 19 25 =depression, basin, valley 1 cf. Ar. .^Jjj, Lane 22000 '- 3 ) = Barra., called B<80ctcv cf. Lag Onom. 236. 2nd ,*.*!,. @ BmdoK> © L Bf „ X II. |t2H (assumed as V of following ; mng. unknown). TD^JpSl 11. m. ipl. pistachio, an oval nut (cf. As. butnu C0T Gl0 "&Schr 1,BAkl881 • 4,9 , Aram. X3CH3, Jfcoc^a, Ar. Ikj; on Punic Povtvov/i Blai ZMaimsn )=pistacia terebinthus Rob 8 "'- 208 ' "' 222 Post PEFOctl888 ' 21s ' >io - 21 * f;Tr - vlc, - In,t "" 271etc ^ji'«/ vera Low NoM ); Gn 43 11 one of the articles car- ried from Canaan to Egypt by sons of Jacob as present to Joseph ; still a delicacy in Egypt and Syria, cf.Wetzst in Low"- 420 . tD'jtea n.pr.loc. city of Gad, E. of Jordan Jos 13", mod. Batne, "W. of Es-Salf (v.d. Velde "" no,r 298 ) = BoT«'a cf. Lag Ono,n - m - 2 " d "'■ M7 . _3, 3] vb. entreat (Ar. "J come as suppliant, entreat, still current in the Hauran: v. Wetzet in De" 34 - 36 ), of which (prob.) '3K Jb 34" is 1 s. impf. (used dialectically) : 'ax a* 1 ' 8 * ID 3 ? would that (lit. I entreat that) Job were tried ! T a part, of entreaty, craving permission to address a superior, always foil, by tflNt (or j'" 1 ^), and always (exc. Jos 7 8 ) at the beginning of a speech, I pray, excuse me — (not improb. from -/"a; so that *t% 'a will be literally a supplication of (i.e. to) my lord ! cf. Wetzst 1. c, who compares the Ar. tj±ll J-£^ lit- a prayer to my lord ! a standing formula = Pray, excuse me, used exactly as '} q| '3. Ace. to others contr. from 'JO, from nya to ask, and so lit. a jietitionl cf. Aram, tyaa, ^4,-. ( e .g. Gn 1 9 18 S, Nu 1 2 13 <S); but y is not often elided in Heb.)— Gn44 19 *»-i3T <J'lK *? I pray, my lord, let thy servant speak, etc.; so Nu 12" Ju 6 13

S i 26 1 K 3 1 " 6 , and foil, by a pi. subj. Gn 

43 20 U T? 1^; '« '? Oh, my lord, we came down, etc.; »jjSi< "3 (to God) Ex 4 1013 Jos f Ju6 15 13 8 (® in Pent, and Jos. iivfttu, Saififda : in other books absurdly iv f/iot). tp2l vb. discern (Nb ZMO,883H2r -; Ar. 'J6_ become separated, be distinct, IV. speak perspicu- ously ; Eth. Q?ii 1. 2 consider, perceive, Aram, ws make to understand, cf. Sab. pa (the) wise, as epith. , Mordt ZMG "^ " )— Qal P/ pa Dnio 1 ; nnaa ^ i 39 2 ; "rfra Dn 9 2 ; Impf pp, V' i9 13 + 25't.; R]Je 9 u +2t.; f?n 1 S 3 8 +2 T t.; W3K ^ 73 17 +4t.; «♦?; Pr 28 s + 12 t.; /bw. p3 Dn p 23 ; W3 + 5 2 ; ira Dt 3 2 7 + 2 t.; Inf. abs. P? Pr2 3 '; Pt. D^a Je 49 7 ; — l.^erc«i'w(with the senses): — a. eyes, ace. Pr 7', with ? Jb 9 11 14 21

3 9 Pri4 15 . b. ears, ace. Pr29 19 , with p Jbi3'. 

c. touch, ace. V' 58 10 . d. taste, ace. Jb 6 30 . 2. understand, know (with mind) : — a. abs. Jb 1 8 2 38 20 42 3 ^49 21 82 s Pr 24 12 Is 6 910 44 18 Dn 12 10 H04" 14 10 ; p3S* vb) ViyDVl heard but I could not understand Dn 1 2 8 . b. ace. Jb 15 9 23 s 36 29 Pr 2 6 - 9 20 24 28 s f 19 13 92 7 Je 9"; BBBte flX* Jb 3 2 9 Pr 28 s ; njn pa* Pr 29 7 . c. with '? 1 S 3" 2 S 1 2 19 Is43'°. *• with inf. & ?, njjjl fSfi Is 3 2 4 . 3. observe, mark, give heed to, distinguish, con- sider (with attention): — a.acc.Dt 3 2 7 >// 5 2 50 22 94 7 - 8 Pr 2 3 ' 2 1 29 (Qr) Dn 9 2 10 1 . b. with ?, f 73 17 r 39 2 Dtsz 119 . c. with 3, Ezr8 15 Ne 13 7 Dn 9 s3 . d. with i>N, ^ 28 s . e. with bf, Dn 1 1 30 - 3 '. 4. Aa^e discernment, insight, under- standing Je 49". Niph. '01333 Is 10 13 ; f<. p33 Gn4i 33 + 15 t.; pi. D'Jia? Je 4 22 , elsewhere D'?a3 Dti 13 Is5 22 (Baer)Ec9 1 ' 1 ; V333I S 2 9 14 ; be intel- ligent, discreet, discerning, hare understanding 1 S 16 18 Pr i 5 io 13 14 6 16 21 17 28 19 25 Ec 9 11 Is 3 3 5 21 io 13 29" Je^ H014 10 ; |t»} 3. ? intelligent mind Pr 14 33 15 14 I8 15 ; Dam |i33 Gn 4! 33 - 311 ;