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rrn 109 various purposes : — (i) 'H??? n, ?= palace i K 9 110 io I2 +, etc.; fU^DD ma Am?' 1 cf. sub 2 infr.; nttijBn '3 Est 5 1 cf. 2 16 ; in«!>p!j 'a 2 Ch i 18 ; (a)Tnfe!J TVZ=the prison Gn 2g*> s o"- l - 21 * ! *> 40 3 - 5 ; cf. 0310^0 '3 Gn 4 2 19 ; n-ip^D '3 2 S 2 o 3 ; '3 "HDKPI Je37 15 ; Dn»DKn '3 J u i6 2L26 ; Dn»n '3 Ec 4"; N^?? '3 1 K 22 s7 2 K 17 4 2 Ch 18 26 Je 37 1518 cf.ls 4 2 7 ; t^a'a 2K25 27 ; nasnpn'a 2 Ch

10 ; K»S>3PI '3 Je 3 7 4 52"; 0^3 WJ Is 42 s2 ; 

nian-ri'3 Je 37 16 ; nnpen '3 JV53"; (3) ma D'B'Sri A ow «(. of the women, harem Est j MUM4 j (4) EH nW?9 '3 Est 7 8 ; rjp '3 Ct 2 4 ; cf. Uj| trt'cp Is 32 ' 3 ; (5) f-jhr ma" Am 3 15 Je 36 s2 ; '3 r$ n Am 3 16 ; (6) nhb) ma & )$| ma 2 K 2o' 3 = I s 39 2 J (7)??'? r,, 3grar(Ze«.-A. (orn. pr.? cf.p. m) 2K9"; (8) IprfV? binding-h. (or n.pr. ?) 2 K

o 1214 ; (9) 0^35; ms h.of slaves (where slaves live), 

only fig. of Egypt Ex 13 314 20 2 Dt 5 s 6 12 7 8 8 14 1 3 611 Jos 24 17 Ju 6 8 Mi 6 4 Je 34 13 ;— on mB>snn '3

K 1 5 5 = 2 Ch 2 6 21 cf. n^Bn ; esp. ( 1 o) "• n»3 = 

temple 1 K 7 12 - 40 - 4 " 1 & very oft.; also (mostly late) D'nSNn ma iCh9 ,113 - 26 + oft.; but also of earlier tent of worship Ju 18 31 ; v. also bntcn '3 1 Ch 9 s3 ; cf. mrpK '3 of local shrine 17'; & also in mouth of Jacob, as explanation of name of Bethel Gn 28 17 (cf. v 19 ), & as name of stone, or Macceba v 22 (all E); also 'i '3 of earlier tent of worship Ju 19 18 1 Si 724 2S 12 s0 (cf. further dy6k, mm); -ttrtxn '3 Mal3 10 ; cf. man !??<n

K 6 3 , & '3 alone in same sense, esp. 1 K 6 cf. 
Ch i 18 2 311 + ; v. 1 Ch 28 2 ' ,_ rvi3 frig nnup '3 

<*tiH| £?3 B'li&l ; also BHpn ms 29 s ; enp' '3 wphgi 2 ch 3 8 ' ; Wjuem uj^ 1 is 64 10 ; farm's 2 Ch6 2 ; not mj 2 Ch 7 12 ; Dc^ppms CI136 17 ; H^BTI '3 Is 56"; "n-iKBPl '3 6o 7 ; also of heathen temples nns^ja'a J u 9 4 ; faT' 3 i S5 5 ; ninri^y '3 1 S31 10 ; ?te") '3 2 Ks 181818 ; bysn '3 2 K io 21 - 2123 - 25 - 26 - 27 11 18 ; Dn^sg '3 1 s ' (but rd. rather DiT3Xjrr)N as in || 1 Ch io 9 so © We Dr); ni»3 JT3 1 K 1 2 31 (cf. MI n»3 n3), v. also i 3 32 2Ki7 29 - 32 ; Vr6« nxta ma Dn i 2 , etc.; made of woven material 2 K 23 7 ; Tiyt me'jn "iSTte ■"H^? D'ro QB'perh. = fen<-«A>t'ne«buttxt.dub. © Xemfw (n«n3?); ©L <rroX«; cf. Ew Hlu - 718 & Klo ; (C) of portion of larger building (late), so pi. vna 1 Ch 28" i.e. of the temple (IP'?]??, WCfcji ^IIH); cf. mjfcjn 's t -j. ; m!>?>apn 1 Ez

24 . b. as shelter or abode of animals I S 6 710 

cf. Ex 9 19 ; &?$l JV3 Jb 8 14 spider's web (cf. '133 W3 W3 27 18 );' of wild ass Jb39 6 n:ny WtX' Imj; ma r»rep lias ^84 4 (||!P); mtfTa'mrpn «W t io 4 17 (cf. || & Che); Pr 30 s * (of the PR? ' conies '). c. fig. of human bodies "iprnria Jb 4" houses of clay, cf. in phr. man net* Eci2 J keepers of the house, i.e. the arms ; v. further ^upmaf u 9 « a. ofSh"oi,"m3i'iN2'Jl)i7 ,s , cf. 'rrbz 1 ? nyin ma 3 o=> (||mp) ; tafcfo ma Ec 12 6 (perh. = tomb, v. De). e. of abode of light & darkness Jb 38 20 . f. of land of Ephraim as mm '3 Ho 8 1 9 15 (cf. '- |"W 9 3 )- 2- />&«*, of Jerusalem TiaK mhap. ma Ne 2 3 ( || Ty v'), cf. also n.pr. cpd. with ma, infr., & na!>pp ma Am 7 13 (pred. of Bethel); HfcWIj m? Pr8 2 i.e. where paths meet RV; m33K '3 Jb 8 17 ; on both these v. ma sub [W P? p. '108. t 3. receptacle, mnKD JV33 n^J 1 K 18 32 a trench like a recep- tacle of two seahs; E>S3 <fia I 8 3 »> i. e . vials of perfume ; esp. D^ai) mn3 Ex 25 s7 Ao'd«r* /or the staves, i.e. rings, hjQp ib.; so 37 1427 38 s ; cf. DmT$ D'na 26 m 3 6 M /MrfArra for the bars (all P, & all expl. by T))2a) ; Xty rf?~W2 Ez i 27 (si vera 1.) its [cstr. as ^ 58^] /iom*6 ( = enclosing cage)tt>as round a6ou((del. BHiCo). 4.of house as containing a family, hence in phr. of slaves belonging to household frV3 'TJP Gn 1 4" cf. 1 7 12 (opp.'IDa-nipp) v 13 (all || id.); fig. of Israel Je

14 (||-i3y); c f. wn? Gn is 5 ; ^ mn m3-'?3 

Ec 2 7 (as token of wealth & prosperity) ; also of one's sister m3 nn.^D Lv 1 8 19 (|| pn 'o cf. infr.);

  • V3 ^iK Gn 1 7 s7 ; '3 n'iB'ESJ Gn 36 s ; Btorb

apJim^i) Gn 46 s7 . Hence 5. household, family (592 t.) a. ordinary sense, those belonging to the same household Gn 7 ' 1 2 ' 17 4- , Dt 6 s 1 1 6 + ; Hex mostly JD ; E Gn 35 s 42 s3 50 22 cf. Ex i 2 > infr.; P Gn 36" Exi 1 i2 4 Lvi6 81u7 Nui6 52 i8 31 Jos 2 2 ,s ; even where expressly said to inhabit tents Nu 16 s2 Dt 11' DnWriKl DWia-nK; specif. '3"1P| Gn 24 s cf. 50 7 (of rank & dignity in household); of a family of handicraftsmen j>3n rn'3$rma rrinepp 1 ch 4 21 (v. pa); also, with fig. of house clearly in mind '3 fPpB'P 2 K 2 1 13 ; '3 fWSP Is 22 K . h. family of descen- dants, descendants as organized body Gn 18 19 (j || m») + , & so c. nja ( q . v .) vn* 'a n»> Dt 25" cf. Eu 4 11 &, subj. b '3 roa 2 S 7"= 1 Ch 17 10 ' 25 ; also 1 S 2 s6 I K ii 38 (both JON3 '3), so !» '3 nb>V 2 S 7 11 1 K 2 24 ; also pi. Wf$ Drib bj?2l Ex i 51 ; i> fp$ '3 n^V 1 S 25 s8 ; "cf. e'sp. c. n.pr., e.g. c. t^KB? mj 2 S 3 1 '««- 81 » 9 1 - 2 - 3 -< ('tS* '3 nnBBtai), v 8 19' 8 (cf. 21 1 where rd. "iw D'DT nh'3, so © We Dr) 1 Ch 1 2 s9 ; -PH H'l 2 S 3 ..6 t 7 m_ , Ch , 7 s4 ( cf context in both), 1 K 12"