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"na Ct 4 4 ; an ivory tower 7 s ; breasts 8 10 . (Cf. MI 22 nnPIJO, Sab. (more precisely Lihyan) JiWIJD, Eut, v. DHM It * r - 1>M *-- 4 - 1 - B ). Special towers mentioned on Lebanon Ct 7 s , Penuel Ju 8 17 , Shechem Ju g* 647 *'- and at Jerusalem, the tower of David Ct 4 4 (the arsenal), HND Ne3', ^?n Ne3' 12 s9 Je 31 38 Zc 14 10 , Dnun Ne3 n 1 2 s8 (tower of the furnaces). 2. derated stage, pulpit of wood Ne 8 4 . 3. raised bed || HJ^nj) Ct 5 13 , but © 33 Hi Be ■ De rightly rd. ni^lSD. t J N"TH3Q 11. pr. {tower of God} stronghold in Naphtali Jos 19 38 prob.=May8aXd Matt 15 39 = Mejdel in the plain of Gennesareth Rob BR Hi. 298 "gJFaliffi: t"ia ,^pto n.pr. (tower of Gad} stronghold in Judah Jos 15 37 ;— cf. Magdala, Lag 0nom - ,S9 ' 12 - 2nd ed. m. p 0ss ibly Mejdel, eastward of Askalon, Guerin '""* "• 13 ° * cf. Bd F " 162 . I "Y137"712?D n.pr. (flock-tower) shepherd's watch-tower near Bethlehem Gn 35 21 Mi 4 s . t'rraTp n.m. tower, 2 S 22 51 Qr (Kt {jHJO =yfn8 n 7 , fp). I'b^SO n.pr. (bVWO only Je 46 14 ) fortified city on the NE. border of Egypt Ex 1 4 s Nu 33' Je44 I 46 14 Ez29 10 3O 6 ; Copt.»n«scA<6i(Champoll. Lig J pt«.omi=.rh.n 1 o I .»ii.79^ Egyptian makBel Eb GS522 . IjJ J 3 vb. hew, hew down or off (NH id. (rare), Aram. JH3 Ithp.; Ar. &li cut o/f hand or other member, mutilate} — Qal Pf. V13 La j»; Wpi] 1 S 2 31 ; Impf. VVffi Zc II 1014 ; Pt. pass. nyvi3 Is 1 5 2 (so many edd. but) Baer W"13 ; cf. infr., D'JH? Is io 33 ; — hew, cut in two, a staff Zc 1 1 1014 ; metaph. hew off, an arm 1 S 2 31 ; horns La2 3 ; hew down, trees Is io 33 ; if in Is 15 2 then = shave off (object [pt, beard), but no other indication of this meaning, and true MT n^Via, cf. Baer's note & Je 48 s7 ; v. IPS. Niph. Pf. J«» Ju 2i 6 , Jn» Je 50 23 ; 3 fs. nV^r Je 48 s5 , nVi^lconsec.Is'22 26 ; 2 ms. J?y^lVi4 12 ; 3 pi. tyTOl consec.Ez 6 6 Am 3 14 ; — be liewn off, of altar- horns Am 3", of idols Ez6 6 (|| "OB*j); of sever- ance of a tribe from nation Ju 2 1 6 ; fig. of king of Babylon Is 1 4 12 ; of Babylon as hammer Je 5° a (ll'^EO); of a minister, under fig. of secure peg or pin Is22 25 ; of horn of Moab Je 48-* (|| -Otw). Pi. Pf Vli 2 Ch 34 7 , 3"? 2 Ch 34 4

  • 107 16 , V$§ 2 Ch i 4 2 , jrp5 ^75" Is 45 2 , W^?-

2 Ch 3 1 ' ; 3 mpl. J'TWI Dt 7 s 1 2 3 ; — hew off, down, in two (cf. Qal) of Asherim Dt 7 s 2 Ch 14 2 31 1 , of idols Dt 12 3 (D^pB) 2 Ch 34 4 - 7 (D^O); fig. horns of wicked ^ 75" ; bars of iron (i.e. of Babylon's gates) Is 45 s , cf. ^ 107 16 . tPu. Pf. VJ^IS Is g* hew down (of trees). pJHil n.pr.m. judge of Israel Ju 6 11131, + 36 t. Ju 6-8;— called also }%&* (q.v.) Ju 6 32 7 1 etc., & JIBtoT (q.v.) 2S11 21 . t^piHa n.pr.m. a Benjamite Nu I 11 2 s2 7 ».65. -Jiv-ia 10 24 ( a l ways /j-f2 JTOj»). T OJH? n.pr.loc. marking limit of pursuit of Benjamites by rest of Israel Ju 20 45 . '[ I "] v ^ - on 'y ^*" rev il e > blaspheme (NH IIS eut, wound, then (esp. Pi.) revile; Ar. <__»jLi cut, cut off, 11. dewy a favour, be ungrateful, etc.; Aram. Pa. T31, >S«sL, revile} — Pf 2 ms. F1S131 2 K 19 22 = Is 37 23 ; 3 pi. W$ 2 K 19 6 = Is 37 6 ; Pi. ^;» Nu 15 30 Vm4 17 ;— 1. revile, between man and man, (abs.) bip TO** e l~ l .n» VM4 17 the voice of (him that) re- proacheth and revileth. 2. blaspheme, sq. ace.

  • » Nui5»(P); 2 K 19 22 = Is 3 7 a (|| TO; obj.
  • 9 r ^l^ , ref. to 'i as above) ; Ez 20 27 ; 2 ace. DP?!?

»nk -ruste *^o njn 'j -ib»k ... 2 K 19 6 = Is 37 s the words with which the servants of the king of Assyria blaspheme me. tnBVfa n.f. taunt, only Ez 5 15 nfinn IWI) Ertab TOBta 1D» « and she shall become a reproach and a taunt, an admonition and an astonishment, to the nations. T CDT*© n.m. pi. revilings,reviling words — 1 Is43 28 ; cstr. »{W| Zp 2 s ; sf. DrUM? Is 5 i 7 between men, Is 43 28 (|| DID); 5^ Zp 2 8 (both II nB ™)- I 1 3 vb. wall up or off, build a wall (denom. ? NH id., Ar. .ii and v. "H3 infr.) — Qal Pf. "H? Jb i 9 8 + 2 1., vr™ Ho 2 8 Am 9 1 '; Impf. 2 mpl. WTiril Ez 13 5 ; Pt. T$i Is 58 12 Ez 2 2 30 ; pi. DT* 2 K 1 2 13 2 2';— wall up, shut off, lit. only Pt., ahs. = masons (wall-builders) 2K 12 13 22 6 ; alsoIs58 12 (obj.H?); fig. of Yahweh's deal- ings with men, obj. rnfc Jb 19 8 , 7T1 La 3'; cf. Ho 2 8 (ace. cogn. VU), in all = obstructing path of life, cf. also La 3 7 (c. ,| 1J!1); of restoring fallen booth of David Am 9" (obj. CVis) ; of repairing fortunes of Israel, a work neglected by prophets Ez 1 3 6 , and by all in power 2 2 30 (both c. ace. cogn.) t-na n.m. E!42 ' 7 wall (NR "113, Aram. N T1?> TH?, -^r. JjLi , jXa. , and more com- monly Jlio. enclosing-wall cf. Heb. 111? infr.)