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W 181 have told my errand Gn 24 s3 ; seld. sq^l indef. ; as 131 "1 Is 58 13 speak a (mere, empty) word; so prob. also f^"!?! '"I Ho io 4 ; with other nouns, e.g. mtJ'p 131 spake rough words Gn 42 730 (E); nri3J 'l proud words 1 S 2 3 ; ni30 friendly words Je 12 6 ; 310 1 S 19 4 1 K 22 13 Est f; ipE> Is59 3 + , 3T3 Dn 1 i 27 , n»K Jea 4 + , Kit? ^ i2 3 + ; "W 131 «<ter, sw# a sora$f Ju 5 12 ; i>e>0 1 K 5 12 ; JVflrP the Jewish language Ne 13 24 ; tillD re- bellion Dt 1 3" Je 28 16 29 s2 . 3. with persons : a. rarely ace. WEy ^131 v3J <#ey cow&Z [woi] s]>eak unto him peaceably Gn 3 7 4 ( J ; but Ew * ^ * about him); nm . . .13T1 Nu 26 3 (P, but text corrupt vid. Di; no satisfactory explanation yet given, possibly rd. DPIX vid. d). b. most frequently with ?K throughout the literature: Gn8 15 + ; cf. phrases tub n&Ki b$ "■ 13T1 Ex 6 10 + 871. P; but +-|!> neto ba "• -on Ex 3 2 7 33'(JE); pns i>K "131 Lv6 18 + 8t. (P); ^3 $K 131 btrifc" Ex 6 9 + 38 1. (P); elsewhere, Ex 19 6 (E) Dt i 3 4 45 (D); niy.1 (b) i»N '1 Ex 12 3 Lv 19 2 Nu i6 24M (P); J? bit 'l speak unto one's heart Gn 2 4 45 , i.e. to oneself, cf. also nsi> bv '1 1 S i 13 , v. 5 infr. ; bn is used inexactly for by 1 S 3 12 1 K i6 12 Is i6 13 Je 27 13 30 4 33 14 36 731 40 2 50 1 5 1 12 ' 62 where it is rendered concerning or against, c. with ?, speak I01K 2 19 Ez 32 21 Dn 2 4 ; mn , 7 speak, sing to Yahweh words of a song Jos io 12 (D) 2 S 22' (= f 18 1 title); in D, b 131 promise to, in phrases b 0)131 1B>N3 Dt i 11 - 21 6 3 9 3 io 9 ii 28 12 20 15 6 18 2 26 18 27 s 29 12 Jos 1 3 1433 22" 23 610 (all D); b 131 itfK Dt g 28 1 K 8 2425 - 26 (= 2 Ch 6 151617 ).— b 131 Gn 2 4 7 28 15 4 9 28 Ex32 34 (J)Jos9 21 (P)Jui4 7 2S23 3 Is30 10 Zco 10 usu. rendered speak to, but oft. rather promise to. lb® H"7S ^b-l|l|» trVl j S ft possible to speak for thee unto tlie king ? 2 K 4 13 (by attraction to Tb Pfiflfe), d. with tlH! »peak with Gn 1 7 3 - 22 - 23 -QT ™ Jos 22" i7 l4 (allE) Dts 2 ■ 3I "3 4 »-33.m.3s Nu3 i i 2 23 8 34 6S 35 1315 Ex2 5 2

(all P) Gn 3 5 14 4 i 9 42 7 45' 5 Jos 

sources of S K Ch 2 S 3 s7 7 7 =iChi7 6 iK8 15 =2Ch6 4 iK 2 2 24 =2Ch 18 23 2Chio 10 (=i>N 1K12 10 ) Je5 5 7 22 9 7 35 2 3 S^ Ez 2 1 s 22 - 24 - 27 14 4 20 3 44 5 Dn i 19 Zc 8 16 ; cf. ]>hrases tinx DN in 131 speak one with another EZ33 30 ; +nN DDSB'D 131 speak judgments with, usu. = give judgment against, (not Je 1 2 1 ), Je I 16 4" 12 1 39 5 52" (= 2 K 25 6 ); HM I"I130 131 apeoi kindly with 2 K 25 28 = Je 52 32 . e. c. fOV speak ivith, (not P), Gn29 9 3l 2429 Ex 19 9 20 191922 33 9 Nu 1 1 17 22 19 Jos 24 s7 (all JE) Dt 5 4 9 10 Ju 6 17 1S9 25 (©ThWeDr b Wf# spread a couch for) I7 23 2 S 13 s2 1 K i 1422 2 K 6 :0 i8 M 2 Ch 9 ' (= b« 1 K io') Ne 9 " Est 6' 4 Je 3 2 4 DnS'^^io 1115 - 1719 Ho 12*; ^b DJJ 'JK 'ril31 / spake, communed with my heart Ec 1 ". f. + N!?? before, in thepresence o/Ex6 IJ NU36 1 (P) Ju'l i 11 1 K 3 K E*st 8 3 . 4. with 3: a. instru- mental, 3 131 speaA with, by, or 6y means of a person (vid. supr. Qal ad fin.) Nu 1 2 2 - 2 "- 8 (E) 2 S 2 3 2 (cf. Dr), 1 K 2 2 28 =2 Ch 18 27 , Hb 2'; +131 DB>3 speak in the name of Ex 5° (J) Dt 1 8 19 •»•»•» 1 Ch 2 1 19 Je 20 9 26 16 29 s3 44 16 Dn 9 s Zc 13 3 ; tT3 6y the hand ofNu if 21™ Jos20 2 (P) iS 28 17 iK8 63 + 13 1. K, 2Chio 15 (= 1K12") Is 20 2 Je 37 2 50 1 Ez 38 17 . b. local (fig.), ♦JJtffl m ^ ears of Gn 20 8 (E) Ex 1 1 2 Dt 32" (J)Gn2 3 16 Nui4 28 Jos20 4 (P)Dt3i 28M Ju 9 23 1 S 8 21 1 1 4 25 s4 2 S 3 1919 Je 26 16 Pr 23 s ; ttH 3?3 s}>eak in the Iteart Ec 2 15 . c. of the object, speak of, about (prep. 3 IV. e Ew ia7t(!) ) Dt 6' 1 1 ' 9 1 S 1 9 3,4 1^ 1 1 9 46 1 2 2 8 ; propose for (a wife) 1 S 25™ (cf. Ct 8 8 ). d. of hostility, against (Ew» fcl ») Nui2 18 2i"(E) Jbi9 18 + 50 20 78 19 . e. of price, Wjffl at the cost of his life 1 K 2 s3 (vid. 3 III. 3). 5. with +Sy, of the object concerning or about which one speaks Gni8"Nuio s (J) Jos2 3 14 (D) Ju 9 3 1 S 25 30 lK.2 4 ' 27 5 1313 I4 2 , 22 s3 (= 2 C11I8 22 ), 2 K IO 10 ,

21 = Is 37 12 , 1 Ch 22" 2 Ch 2 3 3 Je i 16 18 78 ' 9 

42 19 . It may have this tense in most if not all of the following, where RV renders 1 K 2 18-19 Est 7 9 Je 18 20 for; 2 Ch 32 16 Ne 6 ,s Je 1 1 17 i6 ,D 25 13 26 1319 35 17 Ez 36 s Dn 9 12 1 1 36 Ho 7 13 Am 3' against; and 1 K 9* 2 K 22 19 Je io 1 19 15 unto (bv is used for ^N unto 2 Ch 32 19 Je 6 10 25 s 26 2 Ho 1 2 11 ); cf. the phrase t3? ?V 131 speak upon the heart, speak kindly, comfort Gn 34 s 50 21 (E) Ju 19 3 Ru 2 13 , 1 S i 13 (seemingly from context by for ?X, to her heart, to herself, vid. Dr), 2 S 19 8 2Ch30 22 32 6 IS40 2 H02 16 . 6. with infin. tni*B>y!> 131 promise to do Ex 32 14 (J) Dt i 14 Ez 6 10 Jon 3 10 ; tnn 1 ; 131 promise to give Dt 19 8 ; intVib 131 threaten to blot out 2 K 14 27 ; cf. tlMtni' 131 i.e. so as to warn Ez 3 18 33 s . Bote.— n^osi Vir^?" n ? n 3irn. dp t pi 2 Ch

10 © airaur(, 33 interfecit, scribal error for 

13XR1 2 K 1 1 '. Other explanations: plct against, waylay (Ar. JjS) Thes MV; pronounce sen- tence, ellipt. D^E^O l3iniGes Hd " Rob; but cf. VB.— tPu. Irnpf. il3131>3' Di>3 in the day when she may be spoken for Ct 8 8 (vid. Pi. 4 c); Pt. l|a 131D ni!333 glorious things are being spoken in thee (RV Pe M v of thee) f 87 3 . tHithp. Pt. i3lD=l3iriD with ace. nil "Of) 1310 speaking this word 2S14 13 ;