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"•mrrrrrn

18 ; distinguished from other places of same 

name as rrvmb TO 'B» '3 2 K 14"= 2 Ch 25 21 ; assigned to Levites Jos 2i 16 = 1 CI16 44 ; — ruin at mod. 'A in Shems Rob BB "• ™ '■ Bd p " m Survey in.s5.eo_ 2 . city in Naphtali Jos 19 38 Ju i 33 ' 33 . 3. city in Issachar Jos 19 22 ; possihly 'Ain esh- Shemsiyeh, Jordan valley, S. of Beisan (Beth Shean) Survey" 231 . 4. =On-Heliopolis, in Egypt Je 43 13 Kob BB1B Eb G8606t DF' 31 " tlfeB^nTVa adj.gent. of foregoing 1, cart. 1S6 1418 . trns.Fr,n^2 n.pr.loc. in Judah (place of apj,les) Jos 1 s 53 ;— mod. TaffM Rob BB " n Bd p.um g urve in.3io.sre TTJT'3. n.[m.] house, palace — abs. f^'an Est 7™ ('an n?a) ; cstr. Jiva Est i 5 (^WJ 'a nn), all garden of '3 ; ace. to Dieulafoy Elfj '**•<*""»»• throne-r 00m, syn .ofapaddna in mng.,but cf. f "1BN. IT'S prep, between, v. [P?] sub pa. tfcOS. n.[m.] balsam-tree (v. Ar. l£> Dozy ZMO 1869, 188 bu< . L5w No.47. ac( . to TA Hke j^ja-ja., an eruca, cf. Lane s.v.; perh. cf. l£5 give little milk, of camel, i.e. drop, drip); pi. D*K33

S 5 23S4 =i Ch i 4 ,415 ; sg. in K?3n p»J? ^ 8 4 7 

balsam-vale, cf. De Che. tnD3 vb. weep, bewail (Ar. ^o, Aram. *?», J4», As. 6aMZim BP23M , Eth. Oh?;) — Qal P/. 'a Gn43 14 Ho 12 5 ; nnaai consec. Dt 2 1 13 ; Waa Jb 30^, etc. ; Impf. *13>l Gn 37 s5 + 16 1. (la'i'Gn 27 s8 etc.); 3 fs. na'an 1S1" + 2 t.; naaril 1 S i 7 , !]?™ Gn 21 16 (where ® masc. cf. Di)+ 4 t.; 2 ms. n|3n Is 3 o 19 EZ24 16 ; naarn 2 K 22", jan* 2 S 12 21 2 Ch 34 s7 ; 2 fs. •JOB 1 s i 8 ; naas Ju n 37 +4t.; naasi 2 S 12 22 + 2t.; «f*Xvi6»+3t.; »*?£ Jb 3 i 38 Is 33 7 ;

fpl. "j'l'an Jb 27 15 ^ 78"; 'aw Ru i 914 , etc; 

Imv. pL WB Je 22 10 Jo i 5 ; ni'33 2 S I 24 ; /n/. a&s. ta3 Is 30 19 + 3 1. + Mi 1 10 (where rd. tap, v. iay) ; n'aa 1 S i 10 + 3 1.; cstr. nisab Gn 4 3 30 + 3 1. ; nnaab Gn 23 s ; />«. naa (nsta) Ex 2 6 + 6 1.; fs. .Tata La i 16 ; pi. Dtaa pa) Ear 3 ' 2 + , etc.;— 1. weep (in grief, humiliation, or joy), abs. Gn 4 2 24 43 3030 Ex2 6 Nun 410 14 1 iSi 7810 11 6 30 44 2 S i 12 3 18 13 36 15 s0 - 30 19 12 2 K 8" 12 Is 30 1919 Je 4i 6 5 o 4 Ez24 16 - 23 Lai 2 Zc7 3 Joi 5 2 17 ^78 64 i26 6 cf. 69" (but on text v. Che) Jb 27 16 Ec 3 4 (opp. laugh pnb>) Ezr io 1 Ne8 9 Est8 3 ; once c inanim. subj. Jb3i 38 '3? W;I1 its furrows weep; on Ne i 4 naasj VOB* cf. As. attaSab abakt, Flood ijoed.Di Q u i'; T - Hpt 5Asi.i45. of ]oud we eping NfeO

1 S 11 4 24" 

ffoa 'a«i btpn Gn 2i w 27" 29" Ju a 4

S 3 32 1 3 s6 Jb 2 12 Ku i 914 , cf. * '3W3 '3 Nu 1 1 

also Jb 30 31 . 2. c ace. cogn. '33 J u 21' 2 S

3 s6 2 K 2o 3 =Is38 3 , cf.'aaa i 8 16 9 , 'aao Je48», 

& naa nain '3 Ezr io 1 ; sq. ^"13 i>ip ■ s i 5 » c f. b« ^lp3 '3 Ezr 3 12 ; weep bitterly 'T 10 Ig 33'; also c. inf. abs. weep intensely, grievously iSi" Je 22 10 La i s , cf. Is 3 o ,9 & Mi i'°(but on text v. supr.) 3. sq. ?J? weep upon, i.e. embrace and weep, inwriij Gn 4 5 14 4 6» cf. 45" 50'; also Yyp>l 'a 2K 13 14 ; v. further Gn 33 4 45" & injrrns rhj «a»l j S 20 41 ; also sq. ^ weep over, for Ju 1 i 37 - 38 2 S 3 s4 La 1 '•; sq. "i>K 2 S i 24 S 32 Ez 27 31 ; sq. j> Je 22 ,0 48 32 Jb 30 s3 ; sq. 'JBD because of Je 13 17 ; sq. temporal clause (of oc- casion of weeping) Gn 50 17 ■</<• 137 1 Ne 8". 4. sq. ace. bewail Gn 23 2 37 s5 50 3 Lv 10" Nu 20 M Dt2i 13 34 8 Je8 23 ,cf.Is.i6 9 . 5. sq. ^ in sense of burden, annoy with weepingNu 1 i 13 Ju I4 1,17 cf. 'J$ Nu 1 1 20 . 6. * *jp '3 of penitent weep- ing Ju 20 23 (cf. Be ; v. also 2i ! ) Dt I 44 2 K 22 19 2 Ch 34 s7 , cf. also Nu 25"; joined with fasting Ju 20 26 2 S i2 2lss cf. Ezr io 1 ; so of weeping in anxious entreaty Ho 4 s ; on pt. as n.pr. Ju 2 i.s v D »3a infr Vi pt ft n33 ,3 i ammt j e

1 25 sq. ?J? ; bewail, pi. ntaaD S q. ace Ez8 14 . 

Tn221 n.[m.] a weeping, only Ezr 10' 133 'a nann oyn. t^a n.m. ,o21 ' 2 weeping— "a? Ju 2i 2 + 20 1. (also cstr. Lt3 4 8 , etc.); ^33 Gn45 2 ; 'aa Is 15 2 + 6 t.; sf. "33 ^6 9 ; — weeping ^ 30 s Is 15 25 ; as ace cogn. (c. naa) Ju 2i a 2 S 13 36 2 K 20 3 = Is 3 8 3 cf. Isi6 9 ('333) Je 48 s2 (>33D); audible '3 5?¥ V' 6 9 Is 65 19 Ezr 3 13 cf. Je 3 21 3 i u Is 15 3 ('333 IV" W« v. Je9 17 ); so also Gn45 2 ('33 li>p-nN* jn"l) & Je 48 s ('33 n^ '333 i.e. the sound of it shall ascend) — but text here suspicious, cf. IS15 5 ; as disfiguring Jbi6 16 ; || words of mourning Est 4 3 (b«, Di2f, nBDO), Je 3 1 9 (D'jwnn cf. 3 21 ), 9 10 3 1 15 (to), cf. ?3N /aa nB'D Dt 34 8 & Di ad loc; contrition (humilia- tion) J02 12 (D1X, 1BDO), Is22 12 (1BDD, nmp, p - e>-n:n), cf. Mal2 13 (npsn, nyon); of bitter weeping Is 2 2 4 '333 T?OS<, cf. Je 3 1 15 (& Is 33 7 ) ; "ITJ)" 1 '33 Is 16 9 Je48 32 i.e. Ya'zer in Moab, cf. -W n.pr.; f 102 10 (>n3DD '33 'IPC* cf. 42' 80 6 & Bab. dtmtu mastlti, tears (v:ere) my drink Zim BP34 - 42 ). Trop., of trickling streams (nnnj) in mines — hindrance to miners Jb 28". TrV)32 n.f. weeping. Only in 1"U33 P?S* T / Gn 35" i.e. mourning oak, cf. p^N, p. 47.