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,-,-n 188 Am 6* (where gloss ace. to Peters HbrA i >r - "s^*" 5 ) 9" H03 6 EZ34 28 1 K3 14 ii 4 - 38 Ct 4 4 (c. 276 O; — first named 1 S 16 13 ; cf. also Ru 4 1722 281'+, iKi'4-, 2' + , etc. (v. supra); in titles of ^3-9, 1 1-32, 34-41, 51-65, 68-70, 86, ioi, 103, 108-110, 122, 124, 131, 133, I 3 8 ~ I 45 (73 in all); also in ^i8 M (=2 S22 61 ) 72 20 Sg 3680 122 s I32 1 -" 17 ; nay 1 ('■> speaks) 2 S 3 18 7"= 1 Ch 17 47 cf. v M =i Ch 17 24 , also

K s 24 ' 252666 = 2 Ch 6 15161  12 1 K 1 1 > 3 - 32 - 34 - 36 - 38 

14 8 2K8'» i 9 S4 = Is37 3S , 2 K 20 6 ; cf. further Vr 18 1 36 1 (both titles cf. supr.) 78 70 89 421 132 10 144 10 Je33 21 - 22 - 26 ; soalsoasrepresentedin coming (Messianic) ruler Ez 34 2324 3 7 24 - 25 , cf. Ho 3 6 Je 30 9 (v.ia{?). Phrasesare: a.'T "V? (acc.toSayce

  • od.Be».u. or jg ^ t y f god Bod[o]) = stronghold

or citadel of Zion, 2 S 5 7 9 = I Ch 1 1", 2 S 6 1012 -' 6 = 1 Ch 13" 15 129 , cf. Is22 9 ; esp. of burial of kings iK2 ,0 3 1 , 8 1 =2Ch 5 2 , iK9 24 =2Ch8 n , iKll" V 43 =2Ch 9 3 lKl4 31 I5 8 =2Chl2 16 I3 23 , iK I 5 24 =2Chl6 14 , lK22 60 =2Ch2I 1 ,

K 8 24 =2Ch2I 20 , 2 K <j* I2 22 =2Ch24 25 , 

K14 20 15 7 , v 38 = 2 Ch2 7 9 , 2 K 16 20 ; burial of Jehoiada 2 Ch 24 16 ; further 2 Ch 32 530 33 14 Ne 12 s7 ; cf. also 1 HiPl T¥$ Is 29 1 . b. "1 TVS 2 S 3 l -« + (cf. 1V2 5 c). c. *1 ^HN Is j6 5 (cf. !** 2). d. "i nap Am 9" (cf. nap 8U b 730). e.' "1 ND3 2 S 3 10 cf.' 1 K i 37 2 aatM Is 9 6 Je 1 7 25 22 s - 30 2 9 16 36 30 cf. 13 13 22 4 , (cf. also ND3). f. "1 nap Ne 3 16 cf. 2 Ch 32 s3 "rva nag ( c f. naj>). g. "1 hap ct 4 4 . t. orbm th* *i t^H?? Ne 12 36 . ' i 1 *nt*^« 2 K20 5 + (cf. irr6.K 4 b). j. "1 ^PO 2 Ch 6 42 Is 55 3 (cf. 2 S 7 15 1 K 3 6 "f 89 50 2 Ch i 8 'etc.).— (On txt. note the fhlL: — T^J 1 S 3o- Me]. ® $ We Dr; 2 S3 5 id. prob. name' of a former husband of Eglah We Dr ; 2 S 1 3 s9 rd. run We* 223 Dr . 2 S 19 44 rd _ -fa* ( for nm ) @ The We Dr ; insert TO 2 S 9 11 15 32 & 24 15 (SJ We Dr; in iChi8 12 ^6o' VthM & 3NV are less orig. than in 2 S 8 13 We Dr). tl/'-rn] n.m. Gn30 - U mandrake (as love- producing, cf. Di Gn 30 14 )— pi. Dm ( c f. Ew '»« Sta" 301122 ) Gn 3 o 14 Ct7 14 ; cstr.'wn Gn 3° u + 3 t-S — mandrakes, as exciting sexual desire, and favouring procreation Gn •jo 1414161516 (J); also Ct 7 14 where odour referred to. On TO Je 24 1 vessels, baskets, v. Wl, t"rn n.m. Je24 - 2 pot, jar (Aram. TO, Jjo'?; peril, cf. Syr.? of disturb, from the ideaof boiling) — abs. TW iS2 I4 + 4t.; pi. 0*1*1 2 K io'.DHn 2 Ch 35 13 ; pi. cstr. ♦g'TW Je 24 1 — a. ;w«, &e«/e or cooking (5>E>3) 1 S2 14 (1|"«"IS, nn^ nto),

Ch 35 13 (vb. bjs>3, || nin^x, nVvp), c f. Jb 41 12 ; 

b. receptacle for carrying, all Vrss basket, 2 K io 7 (heads of king's sons), Je 24 s - 2 (figs) cf. "^Vn Je 24 1 , as if fr. a n. [HW]; ,/,8i 7 (clay or bricks, || -'ap). t [HTT] vb. be ill, unwell (NH *I sorrow- ful, miserable, not in physical sense; cf. Ar. [*T>] Jj3 be ill; Eth. AcdV. As. perh. deriv. di'u, illness Zim 81 * 96 ' 97 ; Aram. Th «H. )»?. -«? be *ad)— Qal Inf. cstr. nrjiT ni? 'B»3 . . . nfti Lv I 2 2 . t*Tl n.[m.] illness, J* feny f 4 i 4 6ed 0/ languishing (Che) ; sg. cstr. (Ew De Di) HBH ,|3n ? T1 3 Jb 6" they (i.e. my sufferings) are like disease (VB loathsomeness) in my meat, cf. Di; but txt. dub. IFtFI adj. faint, unwell— WJ La 5 17 , f. nn Lv i5*+3 fc; 1. /«(, La i 13 (|| mootf) 5". 2. unwell, menstruous Lv 15 33 20 18 ; Is 30 22 HJ 1 ; perh. = nn <bj) De. ^[ n H^^ n-m. Dt7 ' 15 sickness— cstr. sg. D?lf? '">?."]» Dt 28 60 (rd. » pi., as 7 16 ?); cstr. pi. b^Jto "no Dt 7 15 (both || ^n). t^Vl] adj. faint (on form cf. Ba NB487 )— J3 Isi 5 +2t. — /atW, always of heart Is I 8 (|| VH? fig- of condition of people); Je8 18 La i 22 of sorrow and distress. tV"T n.m. ink (NH id., Aram. S)1H , Jl'i ? ; Ar. jljj inkboitle, inkhorn ; Ges-Dietr Fl NHWB '• 4t der. fr. V'nn in assumed sense of slowly flowing ; Fl couip. Ar. ajI.S ajIjj <Am skin on surface of milk, cf. also 01 si73g ), Wl in? iBpn-^y anb j e 36 18 , cf. Lag GM - Abb - a6 . — On erasible quality of Hebrew ink cf. RS OTJC, 400 f. ed. 2, 71 . y f ur *Jjg r T. J^Qy^GnphljcheSequlslten etc. bei den Juden, 1870, 1. 145 IT. t [m* -Tj rP *T] vb. rinse, cleanse away by rinsing, washing (NH Hiph., Aram. Aph. id.; cf. As. dihu DF r177 )— Hiph. Pf. sf. urrnn Kt Jesi 34 Qr WTn but rd. "Jrnn fr. m; (Hi, cf. 50 17 ); Impf. 3 ms. n'T Is 4 4 ; 3 mpl. WT 2 Ch 4 6 + Ez 40 38 (Co conj. D»*JW?);— L rinse, victims to be offered in sacrifice EZ40 38 , so 2 Ch 4 6 (cf. supr.) 2. fig. cleanse by washing Is 4 4 , of removing guilt. JCn Kt v. Ml sub jxn. ["jj^n] vb. pound, beat (in mortar) (NH & Aram, id., Ar. isflS ; cf. also As. ddku, kill