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12 , roof of tower Ju 9 s1 , over gate 2 S 18 24 , of 

chamber Ez 40 1313 (but © Co -vp). 2. top of altar of incense, in tabern. EX30 3 37 s6 (both P). n, na, -rana, m-na v. sub rn. — 7 t ' t 1 • ' t : t[*7*T3] vb. penetrate, cut (NH id., cut, cut out, Aram. 113, »4», Ar. 1^. cut, cut off; Eth. IfiSi in deriv.)— Qal Impf. ^ 94 21 B^P* wtfj p^X <Aey attack (penetrate, make inroads upon) </te life of a righteous man (01 prop. tW cf. 56' 59 4 where, however, Che WV j si vera 1., perh. denom. fr. "W^ cf. Ho 6 9 & infr.; cf. also Tia & Ko '• ■■). Hitbpo. Impf. Vgtfl Je 1 6 6 ; 2 fs. HYann Mi 4", *TrtUvi Je 4 7 5 ; pi . vnarro r k 1 S 28 , rrriarn Je 5 7 + Ho 7" v. infr., vnann Dt 1 4 1 ; i>(. pi. D'TUnp Je 4 1 5 ; — 1. cut oneself, as religious (heathen) practice I K 1 8 s8 ; practised also by men of Shechem, etc. in worship of 'i (late) Je 4 1 5 ; for the dead, forbidden Dt 14' Vnann 16 nob na^jj pa nrnp r wfcri i6» f j e 16 6 ; cf. 47 s (subject Philistia personified); also for MT rniun? Ho 7 14 Codd, they cut themselves, ©Gr Che RVm, or perh. (cf.1'3) sub. 2. gather in troops, or bands; go in troops or throngs, throng; (denominative £r."W1| q.v.) cf. T^*™? ■WllTQ Mi4 u (addressed to Jerusalem); Je 5 7 'ir] ro 1 !! n*31 and to a harlot's house they throng. I. "WT3 n.m. G " 49,19 band, troop (as making inroads; others, as a division, detachment (as severed), but this usually later in Heb.) — '3 abs. i S 30 9 + 19 t.; cstr. 2 Ch 25"; pi. BHVia 2 S 4 J + 2 t. ; cstr. nna 2 K 6 ra + 6 1. ; sf. 1Hna Jb 19 12 25 s ; — 1. marauding band (making in- cursions, inroads, cf. Tlj) I S 30 8151623 cf. I Ch 12 22 , also 2 Ch22 1 iKii m 2K5 2 6 s3 13 2021 2 4 2 - 2 - 22 cf. 2 S 2 2 30 =f 18 30 , & Gn 49 19 (v. 13

o") Ho 6 9 7 1 Je 18 22 ; cnvia "ne> 2 s 4 J , cf. 

inan SjNfftD DJJW i Ch 1 2 19 ; fig! of God's attack- ing forces, his chastisements Jb 1 9 12 (cf. 25 3 infr.) 2. troop, of divisions of army of Isr. (late) 'TTia non^piOX 1CI17 4 , cf. 2 CI126"; band of Israel, i.e. troop of mercenaries hired from Isr. by Amaziah 2 Ch 25 910 ; 1131 ^a i.e. soldiers of the band 2CI125 13 ; of army in general 'Hs'pa 11153 Jb 29 s , in sim.; also Mi 4 14 "WTJ"nj of Zion. 3. foray, raid 2 S 3 s2 .

  • tn. ["Pn?, or n^na] n. [m. or f.] furrow,

cutting — 1. furrow, pi. defect. 11H3 ^ 65 11 ( || n'OPn). 2 . pi. n'TIS , cuttings upon hands, cf. ma Hithpo. 2, sign of mourning Je 48 37 (|| yfo). fi. 13 n.m. coriander (NH V|, Aram. ttVi • connexion with above /dub.; v. further Low" 0156 )— 13 jnjEx i6 sl Nu 1 1 7 , sim. of manna. f 11. [ia] 1. n.[m.] fortune, good fortune (Ar. 1^. id., Aram. N13, Ji^) — Gn 30 11 nj3 Kt, i.e. 133 (13 N3 Qr), © «V rixn, by or urilh good fortune. 2. n.pr.m. god of fortune (Ar. 11 We"-""""; 13 named often inPh.&Aram. inscript., & found in Ph. & Aram, n.pr., Bae M76, -No ZMG1888 - 479 ; v. esp. Siegf JPThM "' ! " ,tt )— c. |> + art. lab Is 65 11 cf. Che. in. 1% n.pr.m. (fortunatust perh. der. fr. foreg. divine name Siegf"™ 875 ' 364 Sta "*-'-" 8 ; but v. also Bae 1 *" 1M l )— 13 Gn 3s 26 + , as well as 13 Gn3o" + ; — 1. son of Jacob and Zilpah; a. strictly as personal name Gn 30" 35 26 46 16 Ex i 4 cf. Gn 49" 1 Ch 2 2 . b. as name of tribe Nu 1 " Dt 2 7 13 3 3 2020 Jos 1 8 7 Ez 4 8 s7 - 28 ; cf. 13 jnK

S 13 7 v. also Je 49 1 , 13 I^B* Ez 48 s4 , on Wl 

13H 2 S 24 s cf. We Dr; explicitly 13 HOD Nu i 25 2 14 13 15 Jos 13 24 20 8 2 1 7 - 36 1 Ch o 4865 ; once, irpa nap tax Nu io 20 ; i; .a (MI 10 -i m) Nu i' 24 + 1 2 t. Nu; Jos 4 12 +i4 t. Jos; 1 Ch 5 11 12 14 . t2. a prophet in David's time, called

  • 9J 1 s 22 6 , but in njh K'aan 2 S 24 11 & nth

TTJ II 1 Ch 2 1 9 , hjhn ' 1 Ch^ 29 & T^an-mh

Ch 29 s5 . 

ti.^a adj.gent. of 13 1, Gadite 2 S 23 s6 (so perh. also || 1 Ch 1 1 38 where MT *l?n q.v.; cf.ThBeDr); elsewhere as n.pr. coll.: soiChs' 3 (only here without art., rd. perh. 13 so ©), Dt

12.16 4 « 29 7 J os jlJ J2 6 , 3 8 22 1 2 K ^33 j Ch 5 M 

I2 837 26 32 . tn. *12 n.pr.m. father of Menahem 2 K

1417 (cf. HJ (MJ) n.pr.m. Eut N " >! " > - 25 ; Palm. 

NHJ n.pr.m. Vog 110 - 32 ). ma in 'a ixn v . sub ixn. T — T^a n.pr.m. {my fortune a man of Ma- nasseh Nu 13 11 . T 'SP"ia n.pr.m. (El is my fortune} a man of ZebulunNui3 10 . "ia"ia, in '31 ~h v. following & sub in. . ■< < Trnaia c. art.ll^an n.pr.loc. (mng. dub.) station of Israel in wilderness Dt io 7 - 7 (in || Nu 33 32 IV??? "^ v. sub in). tiiap and (Zc 12") JiTtt? n.pr.loc. (con- nexion with above v not clear; ©May»8fi<a,M«f- 8<a, MaytSia, etc.; 33 Mageddo; As. MagadA, MagidA, COT G1 °" DF' 287 ) old Canaanitish city,