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JT2 . I Dual D?33 space between two armies ( = Gk. l urai X fuoi'), i S 17 423 VSR &K man of the peraixium, i.e. champion (of Goliath). tm fern, of RS, PS (No"' 94 ':; Syr. V~i oft, PS 47 °) prep, between Ez 4i 9b (to be joined with v 10 ; see RVm), unless indeed a mere error for P? (which Ez oft. uses); also Pr 8 2 ace. to © (mA ixtaov) X 33 Hi Ew * a7 «; and Jb 8 17 ace. to © Ew Di l (Di 2 undecided). t nyS n.f. understanding i Ch 1 2 32 + 2 8 1. ; cstr. nV? Pr 30 2 Is 29"; sf. W? Jb 20 3 + 4 1; pi. n^a Is 27";— 1. the act Is 33 19 Je 23 20 Dn i 20 8' 6 p 22 io 1 . 2. the faculty Jb 20 3 39 26 Pr 3' 2 3 4 30 2 Is 2 7 " ; rWS TOP get understanding Pr 4 s7 16 16 . 3. the object of knowledge Dt4 6 1 Ch 22 12 Jb 28 12201 " 8 34 16 3s 36 39 17 Pr 9 610 23 s3 Is 1 I s 29" ; n$»? VT 1 Ch 1 2 32 2 Ch 2 1112 Jb 3 8 4 Pr i 2 4 1 Is 29". 4. personified Pr 2 8 "j* 8 14 . Tpy n.pr.m. lone wlw is intelligent, dis- cerning) two Canaanite kings of Hazor; — 1. Jos 11 1 . 2. Ju 4 W-»»»* yfr 83 10 . (But cf. Be Ju4 2 Bu M66ff ) D^laO 2 Ch 35 s Kt; rd. D*3»3B (Qr) & v. sub pa Hiph. tn^nil n.f. understanding Dt 32 s8 + 27 1. ; k won Pr 5 1 + 7 t; vmin Jb 26 12 Kt (Qr taj*3«); t»«ri Ho 13 2 for Dn;i3n v . D e ,j, 2 7 6 ; ntop ^ 49«+ 4 1.; Davfton Jb'32 11 ;— 1. <Ae act Jb 26 12 f 78" 136' Pr 3" 2 1 30 2 4 3 Je 1 o 12 ( = 5 1 16 ) Ez 2 8 4 Ho 1 3 2 Ob 7 . 2. the faculty Ex 3 1 3 35 31 36 1 (P) Dt 32 s8 (poet.) Jb 12 1213 Pr 2 611 28 16 Is 44 19 ; njran B*Kp r io B i5 sl 17*20'; niJiari B*K Pr ii 12 ( = Ob 9 where E*K omitted by scribal error) ; nM3TI TfYJ Is 40". 3. <ta o6^ec< of knowledge Pr 2 3 3* 5" 14 29 18 2 19 8 ^ 49' 147 5 is 40 28 1 K 5 9 7 14 ; raorb -ph nan nmIhm thy mind to understanding Pr 2 2 ; reasons Jb3» . 4. personified Pr 8 1 as teacher. D3taf». inHin v. sub WML t : ' T n^a. v. sub pa. "V3 v. sub 1N3. trTV3. n.f. castle, palace (late & prob. loan-word; cf. As. birtu, fortress D1 IIA22 ; Pers. bdru = Skr. bura, bari, v. Ry Ne 2 8 ) — 1. of temple at Jerusalem 1 CI129 119 HTari; of for- tress near temple Ne 2 8 7 2 (cf.ftapit ©L Ne I 1 2 8 7 2 — B ifiipd, fiitpd — and later fiapis Jos Aat.«r.ii,^ 2. rrvyn jcWa Nei 1 Est i" 2 3 '- 8 " 8 14 9 6 " 12 Dn 8 2 ; in these passages it appar. means a fortress in the city bearing the same name (cf. esp. Est 3 15 8' 415 9 6 ')• t[n , 3"Y , 2l] n.f. fortress, fortified place (late); only pi. abs. ni33D» Hfl rf'jva 2 Ch 17 12 built by Jehoshaphat; Bffrjjp '3 2 7 4 built by Jotham. JT3 n.m. Dt8 2 house (Ph. na, Ml. na, • - 2034 o , sf. nm, Ar. vjLo, Aram. KTr3, Jfc-Ji, As. bllu, COT oio» Sab n ; 3;n3j fortress DHM 2 * 01883 - 837 ; temple Hal 257 DHM ™o™«-™, Eth. ftt: Palm, in NE&y na, NmapD na sepulchre Vog 32,64 * 1 -; etym. dub. ; Thes -/nia, Aram, na, fcj> s^gnd «/«! jn'jrfa, Ar.uiG, Eth.n.1": but this perh. denom., & rVQ fr. ■/'"!? c. n afform. cf. Sta' 187 ")— abs. n?3 Ex ia"+J JV3 Gn 33 17 + ; "C 1 :? ( n - loc.) V. 68 7 + ; cstr. n^3 Gn 1 2 15 + ; sf. VI Gn 1 5 s + ; ^TW? Gn 7 1 + , etc. ; nrran, HJT3 (jn)to the house, homeward, Gn 19 10 i//68 7 + ; also nJT3 (in)to the house of. . . ; pi. tNfl Ex I 2 ' + (i.e. bdtttm, v. No in Me Arel, - , - 45,t , cf.Ges* 96 ); cstr. "na Ex 8 ,7 + ; sf. T? 3 Ex io 6 ; Vna 1 Ch 28"; WW} Exia'+j D3"n3 Gn 4 2 19 ;' nrpna Nui6 K +; (iD'na yr 49 12 ), etc.; — 1. house, a. as dwelling, habitation Gn l 9 2 - 3 - 411 27 15 33" (obj. of H33) Exi2 7 + oft; aeto '3 Lv25 29 (cf. *l3B>j> n?3 2 S 7 5 ); n*3=m the house of, when modifying word follows, cf. Dr Sm29 ' n - 2 (after st. cstr. rtfcv pin nnbio i«n?3 Lv 19 9 ); e.g. T 3 ? ' 3 Gn 24 23 ; PlB^N '3 Nu 30 11 ; nin 11 '3 2 K 23 s4 ; so in n.pr. btW2 Am 7 13 ; nn^3(n) into the house, home Ex 9 19 (of man & beast) cf. Ju 19 18 1 S 6 7 (cf. v 10 ) 1 K 1 3 715 i^68 7 Is 14 17 etc.; cf. sub 7 infr.; partic. (a) in J occasionally of tent Gn27 15 cf. 33 17 (c. n}3; hereof nomad's hut); usually (0) house of solid materials, with doorposts, etc. Ex 1 2" Dt 6 9 ii 20 , walls Lv 14 s7 - 39 , of stones, timber & mortar v 45 (cf. v 40 ' 42 - 43 ) ; so also Jos 2 1S ; supported by pillars Ju 1 6 26 '-; with roof on which one could walk 2 S 1 i 12 etc.; v. esp. temple and king's house in Jerusalem 1K5-7 etc.; cf. Cti 17 Je2 2 14 ; of Ezekiel's temple Ez 40 f.; D*^M0 D3n3 of luxuri- ous houses Hg i 4 ; D'3b D<ro'n33 Dt 8 12 ; nJ3 BhPrn^3Dt20 6 cf. 2 2 8 ; alsoc!n33Dt28 30 + oft.; (y) cstr. before word of material, D , l"!^ '3 2 S 7 27 =i Ch 17' ('Kn '3) v 6 ; JE'n '3 1 K22 39 cf. Am3 14 ; n'W '3 Iwuse oflwwn stone Am 5"; cf. pJ3^>n ny: n-a i K 7 2 2 Ch 9 s0 , TH WJf Is 22 s ; (8) also before word of quality or characteristic, £>3K n»| Ec 7 2 II nriB>o '3; v 4 II nnrsfe' '3 ; nnp '3 Jei6 5 ; nn^p '3 V Jei6 8 ; W!^5 ^ 3 Ez 26 12 ; n'335?n n'3 Mi 2 9 ; cf. ,- 10 '3 rebellious house sub 5. d infr.; («) in combinations, of structures for