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03

(accus.) in a mass, altogether) — 1. also, moreover, emphasizing sts. the thought of an entire sentence, but more usually the word immediately following, as Gn 3 6 rlB»t6 D3 flWl and gave also to her husband, v 27 and take also of the tree of life, "j 3 19 21 24" 26 21 29 s7 30 15 3 2 2l (...n3l1 Da : soEst7 9 )48 11 Ex8 28 i2 32b Dti 37

S 28 20 2 8 1 1 12 2 K 9 s7 Is 7" + . Often before 

pronouns, Gn 4* WT1 D3 K"an bir) and Abel, he also brought, 20 5 Kin"D3"X , ni (so only here) and she herself also, v 6 27 31 «in hi bjgj, 30 s Dt 3 20 Ju 3 31 6* 9" 1 S 19 2024 Je 1 2 6 48 s6 etc. (cf. MI 6 NH D5 "MOtW): esp. in genealogies of J(Bu Ur »- 350 ) Gn 4 22 ' 26 io 21 19 38 22 2024 cf. Ju 8 31 . D3 sq. pron. also begins a sentence with emph. in an elevated style, thou (they) also, Is 14 10 Je 12 66 48 7 Ez 16 32 Na 3 1111 . After a pron. in an oblique case (Ges» w2 ) G1127 34 1S19 23 2S17 5 Je25 14 27 7 +. D31 and also (more often than 03 alone attach- ing a sentence) Gn 6* 14 16 15 14 17 16 20 ls 24 1446 30 8 3 7 7 3 8 24 42* Ex 2 19 3 9 4 14 Jos 7 " (jjij I S 4 17 1 K 2 1 "4- oft.; with a negative = neither Ex 5 2 34 3 al. — D3 . . . D3 (like et . . . et) both . . . and Gn 44 16 47 319 Nu 18 3 Je 51 12 f 49 s 4- : D3 ... D3 D3... Gn 24 25 JU8 22 EC9 6 : with a negative neither . . . nor Nu 23 s5 1 S 20 27 1 K 3 26 , and (3 t.) Gn 43 8 Ex 4 10 1 S 28 s . So (but seldom) Dal . . . D3 Gn 2 4 44 Ex io 26 '- 1 S 2 26 12" 26 25 : with neg. 1 S 2 1 9 . — N.B. In poetry independence and em- phasis is sts. given by D3 to a new idea, where in English we should be satisfied with and : f 107 5 137 1 Jb 24 19 Ct 7" La 4 15 . 2. with stress on a particular word, even, Ex 4 9 Nu 22 s3 ^jrrtN D3 even thee I had slain, and kept her alive,

S 17 10 Je 2 s3 yfr 132 12 Pr 14 13 even in laughter 

the heart is sorrowful, v 20 17 28 20 11 Ku 2 15 Ne 3 s5 ; and so often after *2 y Dt 12 31 for even their sons they burn in the fire to their gods, 1 S 22 17 Is 26" Je6" 12 6 14 s H09 12 Onb iN-Dr'3 for even woe is it to them when I depart from them; DjTj tGn 16" 1 S io" 12 =I9 24 I K 17 s0 ^ 78 20 Jb 41 1 Est 7 9 . Other cases :— 1 S 24 12 IIK") D3 nsn see, yea see! (but Hup* , -"""'-nin D3: cf. infr.) f 1 18"; Jb 2 10 bs® 3ton-nx D3 shall we receive good (emph.) from God and not evil ? 2 1 7 ; interposed once between a subst. and adj. Gn 20 4 gentemne etiam justam interficies? emphasizing ^3, Dt 28? 1 Ju 9 49b 1 S22 7 Si D3?3? to all (emph.) of you will he give . . . 1 2 S 19 31 rWJ bteTTfy Da yea, the whole let him take! Is 26 12 ; in«' 2 S i7 12b and we will not leave • • ."IAN D3 even one (similarly v 13b ), ^ 1 4 s ( = 53 4 ) ins 03 pX; an inf. or cogn. accus. at- tached to a verb, tGn3i 15 46' Nun 15 16 13

Si 6 

D V)P D? lit. even both i.e. the one as well as the other (Germ, alle beide) is said idiomati- cally, tGn27 45 (D? , ?e'), Dt 22 M 23"' 1 S 25" (t^f), Pri7" 2o ,0 - ,2 itu i>. 3. introducing a climax, yea, esp. in a rhetorical style, Gn 27" Dt 23 s - 4 Ju 5 4 ' 4 Is 13 3 14 8 43 13 yea, from to-day I am the same, 44 12 3.JH D3 yea, he is hungry, and has no strength, 47 s 48 s - 88 57 7 Je 46" 48 s 51 44 Ho7 9 ^4i 10 84 7 i39 12 ; Is66 8 'Tj^;D3 rbrp?, mz-m fjHf, Jes 28 12 2 Ez 24 s Jb 21 7 Ct8': em- phasizing an extreme, or aggravated, case, yea, even, Is 49 16 yea, these may forget, Je 8 17 yea, the stork knoweth, etc., Is 23 12 DB' Q3 even there no rest shall be for thee (so ^ 139 10 ), 49 s4 57' Je 23 llb Mai 3 15 ^ 84 4 . 4. expressing cor- respondence, esp. in the matter of retribution (the D3 correlativum), so frequently ^ D3, '3iS D3 I also (on my part): — Gn 20 6 I also [as well as thyself] know that thou hast done this innocently, Jos 24 18 Ju 2 21 1 S i 28 (cf. Dr) 28 s2 nns D3 thou also (as I have done v 21 ), 2 S 12 13 t also [responding to thy confession] hath re- moved thy sin, 2 K 2 36 Is 3 1 2 66 3 " 4 (DJ . . . £B, emphasizing the action of both parties), Je 2 U 4 12 now will I also [in correspondence with their deeds] speak judgments with them, 7 11 51 49 (DJ . . . DJ.), Ez 5 811 1 6 43 (DJ1 = therefore also), 2 3 35 Ho 4 6 because thou hast forgotten the direc- tion of thy God, I also (on my part) will forget thy children, V'52 7 (thou lovest evil, etc.) D3 ^|StV PN God also (on his part) will pluck thee up. 7 l32 I 33 1 Pr lM Jb 7" I2S t6 *', so °? Ju 2 * Am 4 6 - 7 Mi 6 13 Mai 2 9 . In the apodosis (un- common) : Gn 1 3 16 if a man could number the dust of the earth, n?Q? IV")] D3 thy seed also should be numbered, Je 3 1 36 ' 37 33 2126 Zc 8 6 . The correspondence is sometimes of the nature of a climax : Gn 27 s3 30 8 I have wrestled, ,J !y^ D3 (cf. 1 K 22* bhv D31, Je 50 24 ), Is 66 8 . 5. connecting two ideas which express (or imply) a contradiction, D3 acquires sts. an adversative force (cf. H^ 1 end), yet, but, though: ^95' they tried me, but also (Che) saw my work (viz. of judgment), 129 2 Je 6 15 =8 12 Ez 20 23 Ec 4 816 5 18 Ne6'. SoD3]Ezi6 28 20 15 Ec3 ,3 6 7 Ne5 8 . 6. '3 D3 (with impf.) yea, vihen La 3 s , even when Pr 22"; yea though (stating an imagined case) Isi ls Ho8 ,0 9 16 f 23 4 (soDKD3 Ec8' 7 ); also (is it) that Ku 2 21 (v. '? 1 d). DJ , 3= i for even (v. supr. 2); = though even, although (conceding a fact)Ec4 14 (v.De)8 12 . t[nSiO] n.f. Hb i 9 (of the Chaldaeans) flD'HiJ Dn'JS nt33D, of uncertain meaning : Ges the assembling of their faces is (directed) for-