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TO under Babylonian power Je 4 2 **■ 4 3 s 4 ^* MMm . 2. abide, nearly or quite = dwell Je 43 s cf. La 4", Je4p" U3 50 40 , also Jb 2 8 4 ; of wolf dwelling with lamb Isn 6 ; stay (inactive) Ju 5 17 ; — in Is 5" rd. perh., for Dna, D?"ja or CH| cf. © Lo Ew Di & Che crit. n. ( > Stu 'tna). Hithpol. -Pt. ">7t5nt? 1 K 1 7 s0 «ee& hospitality with, sq. DJ) (cf. Ar. x); Vntov Ho 7" is dub. (cf. II. to) ; AE Ki Thes Wii AV EV they assemble them- selves, but txt. prob. err., v. TU. tl. "YlH n.pr.loc. (sojourning, dwelling) 2 K 9 27 DjtaynK nt5>K 'rn^>J|p, otherwise unknown. T^yS'^^H n.pr.loc. (dwelling or GUr of Baal) 2 Ch 2 6 7 tya-"M3 Brazil D**3PJ$1. 1§ n.m. El,i48 sojourner (Ar. jli, Eth. $C: ?C: Aram. »oL^, ""*», proselyte, "Vi proselytize, Ph. "13 in n.pr., & pi. D"u) — ">? Gn J5 ,J +74t.; 8f.T]*Ex2o ,0 +4t.,VuDti I, ;pl. D , "ia Ex 2 2 20 + 9 1., D*?! 2 Ch 2 16 ;— 1. sojourner, temporary dweller, new-comer (no inherited rights), cf. Ex 12 19 Lv2 4 16 Nuis 30 Jos8 i3 (opp. homeborn); of Abraham at Hebron Gn2 3 4 (P; || acta); Moses in desert Ex a a (J) i8 3 (E; here explan. of name Gershom, Moses' son); as claiming hospitality Jb3i 32 ; perh. in above cases, and certainly in general, with technical sense; fig. of Yahweh Je 14 8 ; of Israel in Egypt Gn 15 13 Ex 22 M 2 3 9 (all JE) Lv 19 34 (H) Dt 10" 23 s ; B^i with Yahweh Lv 2$* (H) 1 Ch 2 9 15 + 39 13 (in all || 2KTP1) cf. 1 1 9 19 . 2. usually of D ,- 1S in Israel 2S1" (Amalekite) cf. J088 3336 (E) 20 9 (P) Is 14'; dwellers in Israel with certain conceded, not inherited rights (cf. RS OTJC<M!2nd,dS42 - , ' ;K42;8em7!st Sta a«ch.i.<ooy The -,5 ig to g ij are j n Sabbath rest Ex20 10 23 12 (both JE) Dts"; otherwise he is to have like obligations with Israel Ex I2 i».«.« Lv i6 m ( a]1 p) Lv , 7 mmus.u l8 26 20 2

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35 15 (all P) Ez 14 7 ; similar rights Dt i 16 Ez 47 25 - 23 ; and like privileges Dti6 1114 26 11 29 10 31" cf. 2 Ch 30 25 ; very rarely any distinction made, in obligation Lv 2^*~ A7A7 (H), in per- missible food 1 H 1 4 21 ; in future success Dt 28 43 ; kindness to 13 frequently enjoined: Lv 19 10 (TO 23 H (||«.) I9 34 (aUH); Dt io 1919 14 s9 24 ,9M " 26 1J - 13 (all ||njof)N1 CiTV); oppression prohibited Lv 19 33 (H) Dt2 4 14 ; EX22 20 23 9 - 9 (JE) Dt 24 17 27 19 Je 7 6 22 3 Zc 7 10 (these eight || n3D[jKl Dta}); obj. of care to '•> f 146 9 (IN-); charge that " has been oppressed Ez 2 2 7 Mai 3' (both id.); also Ez 22 s9 (|| JtotO 'IV), + 9 4 6 ; cf. also command that a poor brother be treated like ", i.e. kindly, Lv 25 s5 (H). Latest conception somewhat different: 13 1 Ch 22 s 2 Ch 2 16 (D'T-in) gathered for hard service; yet cf. 2 Ch 30 25 . (Oft. c. verb. cogn. Ex 1 2 4849 L v 1 6" 1 7 81012 ' 3 18 26 19 33 20 2 Nu9 14 i 5 "-"->«^» I9 >» Jos20 9 Ez47 22 - 23 ; oft. || 2fF G1123 4 LV25 23 - 35 - 47 1 Ch 29 15 f 39"). tnVQ n.f. lodging(-place)— TtHfy Ut^l Orb JV3 bx* "Wto BiTlM J e 41 17 , inn, khanl so Ew Gf ; Hi al. niTia folds, after Joseph. Aq. T*W n.pr.loc. a southern city of Judah, toward Edom Jos 1 5 21 . T[*1wBj n.[m.] sojourning-place, dwell- ing-place, sojourning — sf. ETJ9D ^55 16 ; pi. cstr. ""IWt? Gn 3 7 ' ; sf. •?» Gn 4 7 9 ,'"!«t? ^ 1 1 9 M , TJM Gn 1 7 8 2 8 4 , vviao Jb 18 19 , Bn'iwo Gn 3 6 7 + 2 t., EfJ^ 1 -?? Ex 6 4 ; — dwelling-place ^ 55 16 Jb 1 8 19 ; — sojourning(-place), always pi., 'O yy& Gni7 8 28 4 36' 37 1 Ex6 4 (Hex always P) Ez 20 38 ; sojourning (pl.) = life-time, 'D , ?.B' Gn 47 9 'D »5J Gn 47"; cf. '» TV? f 1 19 54 . T ilTUG n.f. store-house, granary Hg 2 19 . frfr"^*? n.f.pl. id., Jo i 17 (||nmN; but © Xip/01, Me ninj). fll. [113] v ^- st i r U P strife, quarrel (cf. ma) — so Ew Che Di EVm (Is 54 1 *); gather together Ges De Br cf. £93, so AV KV;— Qal. Pf. "» Is 54 15 ; Impf. W v 15 , VW + 5 6 7 59 4 140 3 (on all cf. infr.); Inf. abs. "fa Is 54 15 ; — 1. stir up strife, abs. "W lla Is 54 15 ; cf. ^ 56 7 (but AE Che rd. WfeJ a»ac£, v. TO)j sq. "i 5 ? i/' 59 4 (but Che id.; cf. i/' 94 21 , wh. however 01 would emend by 56 7 59 4 ) ; sq. ace. rtoPlpp ^ 1 40 3 (Hup Che rd. W Pi. Impf. of ma). 2. quar- rel, sq. "OS wl Is 54 15 . Here also Hithpol. Impf. Ho 7 14 VVjtarn (cf. I. TU), ace. to Ew, they excite themselves, but unlikely ; v. 711. T["rtS] n.[m.] whelp (as quarrelsome t or onomatop.? peihaps=As. ^irw Zehnpfund BA8I.M4J of H on _ni'ns n.'ia Je5i 38 (HCI??) sim. of Babylonians; cf. Vnia Na 2" (|| id. v 14 ) fig. of Assyrians. fii. Tlil n.m. Kz I9, *■ 6 whelp, young — cstr. (nnKpia Gn 49 s + 2 1.; sf. n^.« Ez 19 2 , nn.a Ez i9 3 ' 5 ! l?' , "! ,5 La 4 s ; — 1. lion's whelps, fig. of Judah Gn49 9 ; of Dan Dtss 22 ; of Assyrian (prince?) Na 2 12 ; fig. of Israelites Ez 19 236 (|| T'M). 2. young of jackals (PW) La 4 3 . till. [113] vb. dread (cf. "fr)— Qal /mp/. ■W Nu 2 2 3 1 S 18"; 2 ms. -ftsn Dt 18 22 ; "i«X