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Gni4 s Nui4 16M - 32 - 33 - 33 + , or the great Ara- bian desert Ju ii ffi + ; but may also refer to any other Ct 3 6 8 Special tracts — (a) of the wilderness of the wanderings were "HE> 'o Ex i5 22 ,pDExi6 1 + ,^DExi9 1 + ,pNsNui3- 6 + , JX Nu 20 1 + , Vft> ■f 29 s , Dm Nu 33 s ; (b) in W. Pal. fmn* 'D Ju i 16 -^ 63 1 cf. Jos 15 61 , Jiyo 1 S

24.26 ; fj, r j g 23 15 26 2 ; y-jgj 1N3 Q n 2 jH ^ pj, 

iS24 2 ,jnpn2Ch2o 20 ,^li'2Ch2O 16 ,py33 2S2 24 ; (c) in East. Palestine 3N1D Dt 2 8 , DHN 2 K 3 s , nionp Dt 2 26 . 4. fig. n?l ^l THrS ij^*?') n'X and (lest I) make her as a wilderness and set Iter like a dry land Ho 2 5 ; *?$}&!? Vjl linen Aave / been a wilderness to Israel ? Je 2 31 . t£0*"7 (/ of foil.; cf. Ar. ,JL>.»1 ix. become black or brown, of a colour between black and red; vid. deriv.; so Fl v. infr. ; yet vb. in this mng. perh. denom. fir. (jLjj i.e. having the colour of dibs). tmi 54 n.m. 1814M honey (named from colour ace. to Fl NHWB' 439 ; Ar. Jfy {J°>>, JLjo) date-honey; NH tfcl, Aram. WBOT; «£f, LLsf. honey both of fruits and of bees; cf. also As. dispu C0T Gl0B Zim BPS4 Dl mo )— abs. 1 Gn 43" + 33t-; ^Ex 3 8 +i8t.; sf.^Cts'; — honey, product of bees, used as food Ju 14 8918 (in lion's carcass); found in (clefts of) rock Dt 32 13 (y^BO "1, in song, JE), -f 8i 17 ("1 -VIS!?); in forest, on ground 1 S 14 25 (fllETl VSrbv) v 26 C" 1 "yU; but read rather t fi3' ! j ifen i<« bees had departed, We Dr after ©) v 29 - 43 ; transported in jar or bottle "1 p3p? 1 K 14 3 ; contrib. to priests and Levites 2Cb.3i 5 ; || ftNOn 2 ^ 17 29 Is 7 1522 (in last two the being limited to such food is apparently token of destitu- tion); kept in store Je4i 8 ; a choice gift Gn 43" (J)> article of trade Ez 27 17 (in these two perh. = grape syrup, mod. dibs, cf. Di Gn 43" v. Rob BK "' 81 ); forbidden as burnt offering Lv 2 » (|| IK?'); honey comb = '^ JTTjrj 1 S 14 27 (cf.

  • T£ Ctg 1 ); also * 1 I** Pi-16 24 (cf. Q'bw nsi

1^19"); most often in phrase describing abun- dance in land of Canaan *H 3^n roj flS Ex 3 817 i3 5 33 3 (all JE) Lv 20 24 (H) Nu 13 27 14 8 16 1314 (all JE) Dt 6 3 11 9 26 9 - 15 27 3 31 20 (all D) Jos 5 6 (D) Je 1 1 6 3s 22 Ez 20 615 ; cf. Dt 8 8 2 K 18 32 (of land of captivity, words of the Eab- shak); v. also Ez 16 1319 Jb 2 o 17 flNCHI "1 *Jq|; honey, used to illustrate moral teachings Pr 24 13 (|| nsi), 25 1627 (danger of surfeit); sim. of sweetness of taste Ez 3 3 (the roll), cf. riivaxa "13 Ex 16 31 (P; description of manna); of sweet- ness of the law + 19" (|| D'BW JIBS) cf. ig m ; (of pleasant words Pr i6 24 cf. supr.); sweetness of lips 3^m *1 Ct 4"; fig. of love "VTl Ct 5' (|pyv?v:6n). t [ntTlT] 1 . n.f . hump (of camel) (et ymol. t) cstr. Is 30 6 D^P3 ttyrbv. 2. n.pr.loc. on border of Zebulun Jos iq 11 IW'lS. 'ttfelT n.pr.m. a son of Etam ? 1CI14 3 ; MT has i^Tl • • • ^HJ! Q y$ ,3 « %] ® oSto. v!o5 A.Vd v , cf. 3S;='i> 93 ft|ptn c f. Be Ot (< 'S'SK U3 f6«, as some MSS.) On real signi- ficance of names cf. Dt? , J?. iT'^}] vb. multiply, increase (intr.); —Qal Impf. 3 mpl. pNn 3TJO anb 13T1 Gn 48 16 (E).

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n.m. 'fish(NH ^.)— "Jon 2 '■'■" + Nei3 16 Qr (Kt J»W); D'W iK5 13 +6t.; *g) Gn 9 2 + 7 1. ;-^/?sA. of'sea Jon a"-" (in v 1 Wv "1); Ne 1 3 16 (3NT Kt n article of Tyrian trade; only here coll., rd. perh. fU'J; or regard as late usage, cf. converse fin of individual Jon 2 2 ); — else- where always pi.: as subj. of Solomon's utter- ance 1 K 5 13 ; fish-spear DTI 7S?X Jb 40 31 ; most often Djn ^ Gn 9 2 (P), V, 8' Ho 4 3 Zp i 3 Ez 38 20 Jb 1 2 8 (in all opp. to beasts & birds, & ap- par. used with them, +K»cn Ez. cf. vb. fe»on Gn, for animal creation in general; also Hb i" cf. infr.); Nu n 22 (JE) of fish (with beasts) as food (cf. Gn 9 2f ) in simile of men ensnared, like fish taken in net (fl fXD) Ec 9" cf. Hb i" (DW W); 4t. tr?W -W fish-gate 2Ch3 3 14 Zp i 10 Ne 3 3 12 39 (on situation cf. "W). t PUP1 n.f. fish (NH !'rf.)-nn Nu 1 1 6 + 5t.; cstr. TOT Gni M +4t.-|-Ez29 4b (del. B Co); sf. fop. 'Ez 47 10 © m Co; (MT DTUl), BCji Is5o 2T ^io5 29 + Ez47 10 MT cf. supr.— fish, almost always coll. ; fish of sea QJO na"*I Gn i S6 - 28 (P)Ez47" > (insim.);inNile("iS!)Ex7 18 ' 21 (E) cf. f 105 29 , TlM) fl?! Ez 29" (cf. supr.) v s ; in sea and rivers IS50 2 Ez 47 910 ; food in Egypt Nu ii 3 (JE); image of fish forbidden in wor- ship, as of beasts and birds Dt 4 18 (on sacredness offish, and use in sacrifice cf.Selden D,,I) " 8S,r ""- 3 ; RS s.m.i.w4J. of gin gi e fisn on ]y Jon 2 2 ^ 2 i.i.n yy by late usage; cf. conversely 3X'1:=n3'1 coll. Ne 13 16 . t [jit, 3"' T l] vb. denom. fish for, catch — Qal Pf. 3 mpl. sf. D«H1 consec. Je 16 16 (but as Qal dub. Ges ' "• 2 ; Sta' ! lmb - 2 regards as Hiph. (abbrev.), No iZKO. 1883, MO conj. Pi.)