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n 1 : fca without, the connexion with a preceding verb being no longer distinctly felt : 4 20 without any heeding,! hey perish for ever, 6 6 24 7 ' 8 ; prob. also 4" 31" (though here the sense (a) would be ad- missible), (y) in Jb 1 8 ,s %rtyp i^K3 fVfr, 19 is prob. partitive (so Hi): there shall dwell in his tent what is nawjht of his : Ew'" 8 ' De less probably even naught, cf. sub |*K 6 d y ; Ges 'terror (supplied from v 14 ) shall dwell in his tent so that it is no more his.' d. ty 3 "*!? till there be no . . . yjr 7 2' Mai 3 10 .

TV2^L n.[m.] nothingness (from y3 & 

HD, lit. not-aught) Jb 26" who hangeth the earth on '3. t , S** ,S 27 n.[m.] worthlessness (cpd. y3 not, without and ?5?! worth, use, ffofiCi — '3 Dt 1 3" + 20 t. ; bvhl yj, 1 o i 3 + 5 1. ; — the quality of being useless, good for nothing. 1. abstr. B*N hHwt), ^V^an VJK, worthless, good-for-no- thing, base fellows 1 S 25 s5 2 S 16 7 20 1 1K21" Pn6 27 ;='3-|3iS25 17 /3 > 33Dti3 14 Jui9 2!! 20 13

S 2" 10 s17 1 k 21 1013 2 Ch'13 7 ; '3 na 1 S i 16 

(drunken woman); '3 *1J? base witness Pr 19 28 ; '3 "lai base, wicked thing ^ 41 9 (yet cf. 3 infr.), 101 s (add prob. also 1 S 29 10 , so @ We Dr); '3..."i:n (elliptical and in apposition) Dt 15 9 . . concr. elliptical of '3 B*N 2 S 23" Jb 34 18 ; by* 1 ??) jn tf'trb i s 30 s2 ; i^s d"in Pr 6 12 . . ruin, destruction : so t^ 4 1 9 ace. to De Che al., but v. supr.; '3 fJT counsellor of ruin Na i"; '3 alone a maw of ruin, destroyer Na 2 1 ; '3 pru floods of destruction (|| ^i«f) 2 S 22 6 =^ 18 s . ' t'Hjna (perh. from % and TJ, ^S mw<o; Syr. »^i=a«v, x<»/»V; Nab. nypa except, Euf"* 8 ' 9 )— bf. rsffi (3 t.), T^l (4 t.), Tw* (once) — prop, not unto, hence apart from, except, without : a. Jb 34 s2 njHK '"IKp 3 &rce;rf, apart from (what) I see myself, do thou instruct me. With sf. Gn 4 1 M TT??P a i H,r< • r ^ om thee ' without thee, no one shall lift up the head, Is 45 s for there is none "^Vr? except me. Also with sf., as a particle of deprecation, Gn 14 24 'TV? ? not to me! i.e. I claim nothing, (in our idiom) not at all! 4 1 16 , h. with JO, ^Bff&i (so ,>'^. ^& without), (a) apart from, esp. with the collat. idea of without the knowledge and consent, Nu 5 20 2 K 18 25 (=Is 36 10 ) ami now come up apart from, without against this place to destroy it t Je 44 19 (cf. Y$fi Gn 41 44 ). ((3) «jpar< /rem, besides, except, Jos 22 19 2 S 22 s2 * (rr^iS 32 *) for who is God except '" ? v 32 "; similarly Is 43" Jfte "$JQ9 NJ|, 44 68 45 21 . [nV£] subst. (from fyS, of the form fta 01 ! I46 b ) prop, failure, hence used as particle of negation, not, except (cf. y3, DDK), twice with sf. (v. infr.), elsewhere always w| (with binding vowel '-^ , as mark of cstr. state: Sta 4343 Ges 5903 ), (Ph. n!>3 <mfy: Tabnith-Inscr. 6 ) — tl. adv. not, with an adj. 1 S 2 o 26 lino »nj>a wo< clean, with a subst. Is 1 4" 'Tip Wa rial? a stroke of non-cessation, i.e. a never-ceasing stroke, with a finite vb. (si vera 1.) EZ13 3 (RVm: but v. Dr* 41 ob >). t2. after a preceding negation, no< = except (syn. ,J ?W), Gn 21 26 I have not heard Di'n w? except to-day, Ex 22 19 he that sacrificeth 'v w3 except unto Nu 32 12 Jos 11 19 : so DN Vm Gn47 18 Ju 7 14 (cf. DK "3 Gn 28 17 Ne 2 2 ). With sf. (attached to the ground-form ^V?) W? except me tHo 1 3 4 , ^n,a except thee ti S 2 2 . t3. conj. (likewise after a neg., expressed or implied) Gn 43 s D3riX D3'nK W3 eascepi your brother (be) with you, v 5 Nu 11 6 our soul is dry, there is nothing at all; save that our eyes are toward the manna, Is io 4 (and where will ye leave your glory 1 !) save that they bow down under the prisoners, and fall under the slain ! i.e. (iron.) their only refuge will be among the corpses of a battle-field. So BK V$9 Am 3 3 - 4 .— Dn 1 1 I8 , where no neg. precedes, it is difficult to extract a sense consistent with the gen. usage of JjyS ; Ges besides that his reproach he will return unto him, Ew only, nothing but, Hi certainly, Drechsler (on Is io 4 ) nay, even (cf. RV). . With preps, a. 'l???? m so as not . . . , in order not... (negation of ? sq. inf.), usually sq. inf. cstr., as Gn 4 15 gave a sign to Cain iniOTOn w3p in order that any finding him should not smite him, 19 21 3 8 9 Ex8 ,8 - 25 9 17 Lv 1 8 30 20 4 26 15 Dt 8" 1 7 12 the man that doeth pre- sumptuously ybE' wap so as not to hearken etc. (cf. Jei6 is 'i7 23 'i8 10 42 is Dn 9 11 ) v 20 Ju 2 B +: P'jfi'l TO? in order not to profit (the result represented forcibly as the design; cf. sub lyPp) IS44 10 Je7 8 ; after vbs. of commanding Gn 3 11 which I commanded thee «B1?"P3K wap not to eat thereof, 2 K if Je35 8f14 Ru 2", swearing Dt 4 21 Jos 5 s Ju 21 7 Ez 20 15 , agreeing 2K12 9 , interceding Je 36 s5 . Once f ,r ?? 3 ? 2 K 23 10 (cf. *? |g$ Ez 2I 20 , j> liap 1 Ch 19 3 ).