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tD3n

vn &}2. (assumed as vV D33K, Tbes Sta* 257 ). t033N a.[m.J girdle— 'n abs. Ex 28 4 + ; YJ>r2« Is22 21 ; cstr.Ex3 9 29 ; D'OJ.aK EX28 40 ;— girdle, of high priest Ex 2 8 4M $(f> Lv 8 7 16 4 ; of priests Ex 28 40 20 9 Lv 8 13 (all P); of high official Is 22 21 . — Josephus 1 " 72 dfiavrjd; cf. fur- ther Lag G "- Abh!l!l . Whl v. sub [|J3]. Tfc$l % 2!jl n.pr.m. a descendant of Jonathan iCh8 37 ' 9 43 . t n^lim n.pr.m. (1 in the secret of Yah) Israelite in Nehemiah's time Ne 3". T^pS. n.pr.m. head of a family of Nethinim, 'pa-'?? Ne f-='02-'2 Ezr 2 49 . ")D 3 (^ to ° early* A- T - J-A, of- Aram. rrypa half-rip:). t l^i n.m. l! 1 "' 5 unripe cr sour grapes coll. (NH id., Aram. ^1P13, )L'i«ii ; Ar.JJL> unripe dates) —IDS Is 1 8 5 + 3 1., Vipa Jb 1 ^-—unripe grapes Is 1 8 s Jb 1 5 s3 ; sour g. Je 3 1 2930 Ez 1 8 2 .

  • TtO (At. Ijo , Ijo Je remote, distant, Qpr

9 42 , JLjJ distant; Eth. (10.C: <o change, ^33 title, •flO*^: different, distinct, HO-Cr: another). "TV 21 subst. prop, separation, with a gen., in separation from, in usage a prep, away from, behind, about, on behalf of (Ar. jJo, of time, after) — abs. tCt 4 13 6 7 , elsewhere cstr. tya, with si. njp Ex 8 24 + , "3ip t^ 139"; liya Gn 2o 7 + ; i'ljB etc.; 1 pi. anya, tAm 9 10 unya ; D3-iya 1 s 7'+ ; BTp Lv 9 7 + ;— 1. lit. a. with vbs. of falling, letting down, leaning forward so as to look out, through (lit. away from) a window, etc. : Jos 2 15 and she let him down by a cord P?DlI ">y? away from the win- dow, i.e. out through it, 1 S 19' 2 2 S 20 21 2 K I 2 and A. fell naa^ri lya ut through the lattice ; Gn 26 s Ju S 28 out through the window HBP0 the looked forth (lit. leant forward), 2 S6 26 +; pregn. Jb 22 13 will he judge PB^J! "iy? (looking) ow< through the thick clouds ? Conversely Jo 2 9 ra through the windows they come (the locusts) as a thief, to. idiom, with vbs. of shutting, esp. "■y? Tp to shut behind or m^joji — whether one- self, Ju 9" and they entered the tower ^5D^_ D"15?3 and shut (the doors) upon themselves (sc. from the inside), 2 K 4 4UJB Is 26 20 ; or another, Gn 7" iiya "• -i:p>) and '» shut behind or upon him (sc. frcm the outside), i. e. shut him in, Ju

2 - 1 (the sf. in 1^3 referring to Eglon), 2 K 4* 

(but N.B. persons leaving a room shut the door rJIJB themselves Gn 19 6 2 S 13 1718 ): see also Ju'3 22 1 S i 6 norn nya "> nap ( c f. Gn2o 18 isy

"•¥?), Jb 9 7 ' n$?3 Bnn to seal wp, r 10 3* 

"^3 (T]pn) ?]ie» to make a hedge about, La 3 7 "■y? "HS to fence about. Somewhat peculiarly Am 9 10 (who say,) Evil will not draw near, or come in front Wiy? so as to be about us (but Gr «ny unto us), Jo 2 8 (of the locusts) ny3 VjjJ HpB'ri (prob.) m among the weapons they throw themselves (i.e. they pass about and between them without being injured or having their course impeded), 1 S 4 18 and Eli fell back- ward ty^Li T ^3, i.e. (si vera I.) about the side of the gate : but text dub. ; v. Dr. Without a vb. Jon 2 7 the earth, '"$3 n , n , "13 her bars were upon me (or about me) for ever, ^ 139' 1 night shall be the light about me, jr 3* thou 'Ija }JD art a shield about me. Hence c. after a vb. of protecting, tZc 12 8 in that day 3t?V nya " J£ DPtrn' will '< give protection about, etc. 2. metaph. on behalf of (yntp); very freq. after PJHjnriGn 20 7 Nu2i 7 1 S7 6 ^72 16 + ; also with other vbs. of entreating Ex 8 24 1 S 7 9 , or con- sulting {Vrn) Is8 19 2K22 13 Je2i 2 ; with "IB? atone Ex 32 30 Lv 9 7 1 1 611 + , HB-y (= offer) fEz 45 211 : see also 2 S io 12 12 16 Is'37 4 Je7 16 n 14 Ez 22 30 Pr 20 16 27" V 138 8 Jb 2 4 "n» iy? "liy (v.liy), 6 22 . Almost =for the sake of, on account of Pr 6 26 Je 1 1 14 (but ® @ 33 X and many MSS. Dnyn riy?, cf. v 12 15 11 ). Is 32 14 hill and watch- tower niiyo lya rrn are come to be on behalf of (i.e. take the place of, serve as) caves for ever : but use is singular, and ly? is prob. only dittogr. from lye in TinyD (so Gr). — With JO, 'j> nySO ( c f. 'f» ^ytSD, ') nrWD); fCt 4 13 6 7 thine eyes are doves 'HOBS? *iy3D from behind thy veil. Cf. on "iy? Gratz M ° n * Uschrl ' t - 1879 - 49ff - -[[J""^^!] vb. inquire, cause to swell or boil up (NH id.; Ar. ^Si seek, suppurate, swell; Aram. Nya, ]^L-> seek) — Qal Imp/. 3 fs. nyan 1364'; 2'mpl. jvyan is2i ,2 ; Imv. vya Is 2 1 12 ; — 1. of rising desire, seek, inquire, abs., of inquiring of prophet Is 21' 212 . 2. cause to boil up, B>N-'3ri D?0 Is 64 1 (but gloss Che). Niph. Pf. W33 Ob 6 searched out (|| ^Bm) ; Pt. ^J??? Is 30 13 swelling, swelling out (of decaying wall; Di swelling, enlarging, of crack in wall). liJO {cfuicM cf. Ar.jjo swiftness (of horse)). Tt^S n.pr.m. (quickness?) — 1. kinsman of Naomi, who married Ruth Eu 2 1 - 3 - 4 - 6 - 8 "-