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i^»-j»-, [•-*>•»■ fig. of hope in posterity 2 S 1 4', of divine judgment, Dm 'i coals of broom-plant f no 1 , cf. 140 11 , also (negat.) Is 47" Ez 24"; of kind- ness to enemy Pr 25 s2 . DPI J (* c f- At. liJL kindle, burn. Tan2 n.pr.m. (flame?) Gn 22 s4 a son of Nahor, brother of Abraham, by HCTK"! his concubine. |nj (cf- Aram. 103, Nasar. ^^(Syr. ^i^ PS) curve, bend. T pnH n.m. belly, of reptiles (cf. perh. As. gihinnu, cord (from twisting?) Zim BP104 ) — ^n? Gn 3" (J) of the serpent, cf. flna Lv I if (P). "1)-[J! c *- -^- r> j^f retire, retreat, etc.) t ~in2 n.pr.m. head of a family of returned exiles Ezr 2" 'r!3=Ne 7 49 "»«Plf t«'3 n.m. ls40 ' 4 (f. ZcU4 ) valley— abs. K)? Nu 2 1 20 + 8 t. + 1 S 1 7 52 (cf. infr.), *>* 1 Ch 4 39 , K"a Zc 14 4 , K'3 Is 40 4 , 1 Dt 34 6 + 2 t'.; cstr. *! Is 22'+ 21 t.;' Jos i5 8 + 13 t.; pi. abs. riPHi Ez 31 12 36"+ 7 16 32 s (del. Co)+6 3 2 K 2 16 Qr (so Co Ez6 3 ; Kt niKM); sf. W^i Ez 3 5 8 ;— valley J os 8" (E) Mi i 6 i S 17 3 2 K2 16 (opp.nn) Is 40 4 (opp. ny33, in), Ez 6 3 35 s 36" (in all c. d»P»dk nijna, Dnn), 31' 2 (opp. nn), cf. 7 16 (del. BCo) 32 s ; specif., valley in Hoab, a station of Isr. Nu 2 1 20 (E); over against Beth-Peor Dt3 29 4 46 34 6 ; a valley near nil? iCh4 39 ; flfJ'>JM»2 u near Jerus. ; O^IX* 'j J s 28 u valley of fatness, fertility, the valley surrounding Samaria ; '3n "tye> 2Ch26 9 Ne2 1315 3 13 ; apocalyptic valley Zc 14 4 , made by cleaving Mt. of Olives, cf. dnn 'a v 5 - 5 ; valley of slaughter njinn 'i, a future name of valley of Hinnom Je7 32 19 s iSi7 52 («;a) ®rds. 03 cf.WeDr; Je2 23 ofvalley of Hinnom, v. infr.; fig. ^ 2 3 4 Tfxb? 'i cf. TWO 1 }*; Ez 39 11 nnajn '3, Co D , "!3J( n n.pr. cf. infr.; elsewhere in combination with n.pr.: — a. ?X _ nrisya Jos 19 1427 perh. = Jotapata Jos BJ " 1 - 7 ' 7 ; Rabbin. ttfinBU Reland p * 1816 ;— Tell Jefdt Rob BR "'- 107 . Guerin * 1 - 1 - 47 " cf. Bd p * 1243 . b. D'jfcjn "3 1 S 13 18 . c. n>Bn-'3 2 Ki 4 7 (Kt; Qrom.art.)iCh 18 12 2 Ch 25"=n^D-'3 2 S 8 13 i^6o 2 (title); S. of Dead Sea, in or bordering on Edom ; el-GMr jtobj.BH.iw d rchqn '3 iCh 4 ' 4 Nen s , appar. near Lod & Ono, NW. of Jerus., not far from the sea. e. *&$ nriBV '3 2 Ch 1 4 9 (1 rd. D3BS, (S) koto fioppav, to the north of M.) prob. near the great plain of Judah, W. of Jerus., toward the sea; Dnnjin '3 Ez 39 11 , E. of Dead Sea (Hi Sm), Co rds. B!$® % t. name to be changed to iiVjiBq '3 Ez'39" 15 . Most fre- quently g. roan 'a j os 15 8 18 14 Neii* Dan-p ^ Jos 15 8 18 16 2 K 23 10 Qr(Kt'n '33 '3) 2 Ch 2 8 3 33 6 Je 7 :,l:a 19 26 3 2 3S ; valley BW. & S. of Jerus. (Bob 81 " 1 - 2731 ), where incense was burned, and children were offered in sacrifice to ' Molech.' Others identify with the Tyropoeon valley, cf. Bg8.m.i.»s ; vid. further Dan, nan. T "TTPl, ■'TTO n.pr.m. (valley of vision 1) servant' of Elisha, *EJ1 2 K 4 1214!!5J7:9 » 5 2021 ; 'ID* 2 K 4 31 5 s5 8". rpj (-/of foil.; mng. dub.; 1 cf. An. gddu, bind, fitter, Jager BASIffl9 ') t-r^ n.m. - 32 - 33 sinew (NH id., Aram. KT? , ) LU^; cf. Ar. i-* nee*)— cstr.T? Gn 3 2 33 - 33 L548 4 ; pi. EFft Jb'io" Ez37«, DH3 Ez 3 7 8 ; cstr. 'TJ Jb 40 17 ; — sinew, in general of human body, || "tea, TOT, niDW, Jb 10" cf. Ez 37 e - 8 ; of thigh Gn32 33 (of beas^v 33 ; iron sinew, fig. of obstinacy, Is 48" netoa *jnJTC» ^Siy ^r>3 '31 ; of hippopot., nns 'i, i.e. of his loins, Jb 40". tPTif) 0^] vb - burst forth ( cf - m ZMG1883.638 . JJJJ {d> Aj . &m ^ ^ ^. ^^ ?rh; 6rea£ /orfA, of light, etc.) — Qui Impf. D'r Jb 40 23 , 2 ms. TOR! Ez 3 2 2 ; /mi>. fs. Till Mi 4 10 ; Inf. sf. irV3(3) Jb38 8 ; Pt. sf. ,r l!i ^ 22 10 (but cf. infr.); — 1. in trans, burst forth, of dash- ing river (a very Jordan) Jb 40 23 ; of sea fig. as babe from womb Jb 38 s , cf. 2. trans, a. draw forth from womb (subj. ) ^ 22 10 (where rd. 'na pt. fr. nia, or i-egard Tib a 8 metapl., as if fr. nn3* ? v. De & Che c^, '• n<,t<, ) cf. f 71'; also b. thrust forth, bring forth, fig. of travail, applied to Jerusalem in distress Mi4 ,0 (cf. Sta se99b Ko 1506 ); burst forth with rivers (fig. of Pharaoh under i mage of D'aR) Ez 3 2 2 , but for ynili-133 (rivers) rd. prob. 'prrt-iroa Jb 41™ (nostrils), i.e. snort with thy nostrils, so Ew Co; on fig. then cf. Jb4i"" 13 . Tn , 3 n.pr.loc. (fr. a spring i) near Gibeon in Benjamin 2 S 2 24 . tpn l, 2 n.pr.fl.(ce bursting forth) — 1. one of the rivers of Eden Gn 2 13 (on theories of iden- tity v. Coram. ; also Smith Dlct - B11 "« Schaff-Herzog Art.i;*» Spurre iiT 1 ».ofG, n .^te. jjjhwb^ 2 . spring of water near Jerusalem: fina 1 K i 33 - 38 - 45 , 'D'D fttyn filT3 2 Ch 32 30 , HS5 P n, ?l* 2 Ch 33 14 ;— there are two main theories as to locality : a. W. of Jerusalem, connected with Birket Ma- milla, and aqueduct into city Jtob BBI • 839 • S45 ' , • M