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Hb 3 6 , njn? Gn 49 M ; sf. TO*?* Ez 3 5 8 ;— hill, height, elevation, both high and low, cf. ^ 1 48° mj?33 ^31 WM, 65 13 ; — 1. in ordinary prose, hill, lower than mountain Ex 17 910 (E) 2 S 2 K ; it may be n.pr. in 1 S7 1 io 10 2 S 6 3,4 v. also sub 11. !"IJD3. 2. esp. as place of illicit worship pm pi? i>3 nnm nro3 'r*>$ by i k i 4 a 2 K 1 7 10 Je 2 s0 ; cf. Dt 12 2 2 K i6 4 2 Ch 28* (these two 4- rrtE3); also Ho 4 13 Je 1 3 s7 1 f Ez 6 13 (v. supr.). . very commonly || in in poet. & proph. Dt 33 1S f 72 s 1 14 46 1 48° Ct 2 8 4" Is 2 214 3o' 7!S 3 1 4 40 4 ,2 41 15 42 15 54 10 55 12 65 7 Je 3 s3 4 24 16 16 50 7 Ez 6 3 34 6 35 8 36 46 Ho 4 13 io 8 Jo 4 18 Am 9 13 Mi 4 1 6 1 Na i 5 Hb 3 6 ; rarely in prose Dti2 2 ; sometimes as high and majestic (poet.) n?W 'j Gn 4c; 26 Dt 33 15 Hb3 6 (' everlasting hills ');cf. also Jb 1 5 7 Pr 8 25 (with adj. high, cf. supr.); v. also Je 49 16 . . hills with special names, some nearly or quite = n.pr.loc, which see under the respective words: nib '5 Ju 7 1 teacher's hill, in valley of Jezreel; J"li7iyn '3 Jos 5 3 hill of the fore-skins ; D^NPI 'a 1 S 10 s (a designation of Gibeah); n^snn 'a 1 s 23 19 26 1 3 ; ne« "3 2 S 2 24 ; Ptain^n '3 Ct4 6 (i.e. hill where frankincense is grown); jEJ '3 Je3i 39 ; fi^T '3 Is io 32 cf. 3i 4 (where || p>r-in), Ez 3 4 26 (v. supr.) & niWan Zp i 10 hills on which Jerusalem stands. . mra n.pr.loc. {hilt)—'i Jos 15" + ; nnv33(n) J u2 o 4 +5t.; ny33 Josi8 ffl ; cstr. ^5??? 1 S n 4 + 9t.; abs. alw. c. art. exc. Jos 15 57 iS^Ju^ 12 20 31 iSio 26 2Chi 3 2 ;— tl. a city of Judah Jos 15 57 (perh. one of two villages called Gabaa, Gabatha in Onom. v. Lag " " 1 - 246 " lJ8i2Dded - 2M - 160 ). 2.cityofBenj.Jui 9 1416 +2ot. Ju, lSl0 26 I 4 2 22 6 26 1 2S2 3 29 = 1 Chu 31 ; also H05V 10" (cf. Jui 9 ,2ff ) 2 Chi3 2 ; perh. also 1 S7 1 io 10 2 S 6 34 rd. also (for y33) 18 1 3 16 Ju2O 10 - 33 ; = ny33 Jos 18 28 ; called also pr"? ny33

S 13 216 14 16 , & W "5?33 1 S 11 4 15 34 Is io 29 ; 
S 2 1 6 rd. prob. PV33, ® We Dr. 1 3. a city 

of Ephraim, called bns'a ny33 Jos 24 s3 . riSO? n.pr.loc. (Ges 58ftR2 ) v. foregoing, 2. tVWSS adj.gent. of ny33 of Benjamin (t)

Chi 2V 

tjro-l n.m. Gn4412 cup, bowl— '3 Gn 4 4 ,2 +

t.;~ cstr. r?3 Gn 44 2 ; sf. V9| Gn 44 s ; pi. 

QT 3 ? Ex 2 5 34 ,DV3a v 3333 + 4t.; sf. rny/ria ^ x " 37 17 ;— <™p (of Joseph) Gn 44 2121617 j pi. cups (of golden candlestick in tab.) Ex 25 3133 ' 33 ' 34

i7.».i..». h ow i s j e 35 ^rSab) p D^on^sa. 

TfYiySiaO n.f.pl. head-gear, turban, of ■CO common priest (conical ? cf. Di Ex 28 40 ), Ex 28 40 Lv 8 13 ; nS?330 Ex 29' 39 28 ('QH 'IKB). ijty3| n.pr.loc— '3 Jos 9 17 + ; c. n_ loc, n3iV3a 2 S2 12 cf. 1K3 4 ;— Levitical city in tribe of Benjamin; formerly inhabited by Hivites Jos 9 ' 7 io UUD - ,! " 11 19 18"- 5 21 17 2 S 2 1213 (pool of Gibeon) ' 6 3 30 20 8 Je 28 1 41" (great waters which are in Gibeon)v u 1 Ch 14"; vid. esp. '3 , 3Bn , j '3 n?3K Jos 9 3 (called Hivites 9 7 ) io M 1 i I9 Ne 3 7 , so '3 '"33 Ne 7 25 ( = 133 '33 Ezr 2 20 , v. 133); cf. aiso as n.pr.m. 1 Ch 8 29 fiV33 'OK OB* ftos*^ 34 ; cf. '3 13-1? 2 S 2 24 , '33'PDy Is 28 21 ; it wag the site of a great Bamah 1 K 3 4 - 5 9 2 , where was 'the tabernacle of Yahweh in the high place' ace. to 1 Ch 1 6 s9 , cf. 2 1 29 2 Ch i 313 . t"C&aa adj.gent.— alw. c. art. "#3311 Ne

7 , 'aiyria'n i ch 12 4 , D'sJnan 2 S 2i 12 " 3 - 4 - 9 . 

t h$2Z n.[m.] bud (01 * »• ")— Ex 9 31 ^/az teas 6wd(i.e. in bud Dr* 188 -' 2 '), cf. RS "'""•»».*» t *"Q;) vb. be strong, mighty (NH id., — T Aram. 133 ; Ar.JlIi. (conj. I. dial. ; usually in derived conj.) compel, force ; Jb^li overbearing behaviour, 'Z^. constraint; Eth. 7-(l& I, i, subigere; II, 2, cogere; Syr.ti^./ playtheman, is denom. fr. tinman)— Qal -/y. '3 /<- 103" + 5 t.; "33 Gn 7 19 + 6 t. ; "33 2 S i 23 ; Impf. 133? 1 S 2 9 ; "33^1 Gn 7 1824 ;— 1. 6e strong, mighty, abs. yn V133 mighty inpower Jb 2 1 7 ; with |J? stronger than 2 S i 23 |/ 65 4 ; with 3 mighty among 1 Ch 5 2 . 2. prevail: — a. abs. e.g. enemies Ex 17"" (E) 1 S 2 9 La i 16 , waters Gn ^"••'"•"(p), power Je 9 2 ; b. with ?y prevail ower,sul>j. enemies 2 S 1 1 23 , blessings Gn 49 26 (J), mercy of God ^r 103" 1 1 7 2 . Pi. Pf. V)H Zc io 6 ; sf. DWjJI Zc io 12 ; Impf. ISS' Ec io 10 make strong, strengthen. Hiph. Pi ? n , l? 1'33n confirm a covenant Dn 9 s7 ; Impf ^W7? ^ ,3 ?? we ict/i confirm a covenant with our tongue Ew 01 Che (or, to our tongue will we give strength Hi De) ^ 12 5 . Hithp. Impf. 13JJV Jhif- Is 42"; r^5 Jb 36 s : — of '^ aAeif himself a mighty one against (by) L342 13 ; of wicked, behave proudly toward (?X) Jb 15 s5 ; of erring righteous (abs.) 36 s . "133 v. following. . 112 6g n.m. man (NH id., MI 16 p33 (pi.), Aram.133, »i^; As. gabru, rival is Akk. loan- word ace. to Schr™ 1874 - 200 Dl 8,208mCh * ld GeDffl6 ) — Dt 22 6 +39 t.; 133 Jb 3 3 +i3t.; cstr. 133