arn n violently fig. c. ace. jr n8 13 sq. cl. of purpose %:<?, c'f. tan ninn!) ^ i 4 o 5 (Che trip up my feet), & -^ 35 6 (transp. nm with DS"n v 6 and rd. Drn @; cf. rip£p!?ni l^n ISTTW v a , and Je 23 12 ); jrushed in (Che), in sim., pt. pass., said of "H3 wall f 62" (||MtM Tp). Jfiph. Impf. nriT p r 14 32 ; (3 mpl. in? j e 2312 i s fr.nm, if rightly pointed ; 'nn J J s 1 1 l2 5 6 8 ^ 1 4 f 2 , v. sub ma); — ie thrust or cas< down, fig. of wicked Pr 14 s2 , cf. f 35 6 supr. Pu. P/ 3 pl. *rn ^ 36 13 </i«y are thrust down (||li>S3 & Dip "by tS). t[TH] «•[>•] stumbling, <&$!«.. J^fH 'rnt?^ 5 6 14 =ii6 8 . TnrriTp n.m. means or occasion of stum- bling, Pr 26 s8 'o n'e>jr p^n _ na (|| -ipeqwb [Fin^T] vb. only Niph. Impf. 3 mpl. W (Kb 1 ' 377 ) Je 23 12 ifoy t&otf 6e thrust down, fig., of wicked ; rd. perh. *W, fr. nm q. v. n*7 ( V of following ; perh. cf. Ar. ,Ji.S smoke arose, hence become dusky, dingy, in- clining to black. t]h$ n.m.miUet(NH frf*. Aram. W'nn), 'I Ez 4' in the series D'BhjO bid DnjlCT pen D'DEOI "1) v. Low 72 . t [*VTf ] vb. drive, hasten (late) (NH id., Aram. *[iyty — Qal Pt. j>ass. pi. D'Sirn of run- ners Est 3 15 8" (||D'i>rap). Niph. Pf. hasten one's self, hurry "^} ItTJJ Est 6 12 ; ntttb fjT^ 2Ch26 20 (||i>n3). t[n2n-|o] n.f. thrust, f 140" I 3 ?*! n'snipp (ew7) shall hunt him with thrust upon thrust (Che, cf. De). t [pM •]] vb. thrust, crowd, oppress (NH id., Ar. (J-iS drive away, remove, Aram. PD^l, ■aLi) — Qal Impf. Ppn*V thrust, crowd, of locusts in swarm J02 8 ; JP«. ac<. pi. sf. Dn'prni B!T2m5 Ju 2 18 (because of) them that maltreated and oppressed litem. t^T subst. sufficiency, enough (NH, but not known in other cogn. languages) — -cstr. H, with sf. (v. infr.) JjS D'"^ — *• absol. thrice only Mai 3 10 I will pour you out a blessing Hyinjf until there is not sufficiency, i.e. until my abundance can be exhausted, or, as this can never be, for ever (cf. jr 72 7 ), Est I 18
- 15fp1 |Vj3 H3* and (there will be) as enough (i. e.
in plenty) contempt and wrath, 2 Ch 30 s ""job = , T'*'»p for what was sufficient. With a gen. of the person or thing for which anything suf- fices : Ex 36 s 'Tl3Sn no (more) than enough for the work, Lv 5 7 and if his hand do not reach (if he do not command) nb> H enough for (i.e. to buy) a lamb, 12 8 25 s8 ' b a'trn *J enough for recovering it, Dt 15 8 il'DTO H enough for his need, Is 40 1616 . With suff. Pr 25 18 JJJJ i>3K eat that which is sufficient for thee; BJ<j Ex 36' Je4 9 9 Obv s . Once with gen. of the thing which is sufficient, Pr2 7 27 Q, ?V a .?D Tl enough of goats' milk. . Combined with 3, 3, and esp. JO, 1 (H) has a tendency to form compound prepositions, used idiomatically in certain applications : — a. *3$ (")for (the 3 pretii) what suffices for: Na 2 13 the lion tare in pieces Vnha H3 for the need of his whelps (|| Vrtk:i|>j> ; but? *3>, v. b); iron. Hb 2 13 Je 51 58 the peoples labour »^TP? /or fire (only to satisfy the fire), and the nations weary themselves P , "?~H3 for what is empty. (/9) in the abundance of, i.e. as often as Job 30 25 "IjW H3 in <Ae abundance of the trumpet, i.e. as often as the trumpet sounds (Ht? elsewhere in this sense). b. HJ according to the sufficiency, or abundance, of Lv 25 s6 and find il"l?NJ *T| ace. <o 2fo sufficiency of his redemption, i.e. as much as it demands, Dt 25 s Ne 5 8 «3 ns ( 8 «. c . before 3 : Ges' 130 - 1 ) ' quantum in nobis erat,' after our ability, Ju 6 s they came 3*v n3")K H3 ace. to the abund- ance of the locust in multitude (for which 3 y n ?l^| would ordinarily be said: cf. 7 12 ). c. T? out of the abundance of, hence as often as ;■ — (a) sq. inf. 1S1 7 WOJj HDzras q/fcm as she went up, 18 30 1 Ki4 28 (=2 Chi2 u ) 2 K 4 s Is 28" Vi3V Hp as often as it passeth over, Je 3 1 20 ; (/3)' sq. subst., JC48 27 XI Tl?1 *39 as often as thy words (are) of him ; and in the idiom, phrases f3B>3 '"'3B' V TO = yearly (a com- bination of rU^HO and nJB>3 rot?: v . sub HJB') 1 S 7 18 (v. Dr) Zc 14 16 2 Ch'24 6 *;* and Bhh np it5nn3 Is 66 23 a« often as month (comes) in its month (i.e. in its own time: Bnn made more precise by the add. of iB^O? ; cf. the phrase tota 0* 13"n) : so ^RSB'? riSB* HO «6.; ( y ) as conj., with the finite verb pB'K being under- stood: cf. 1«p etc.), Jezo 8 TfBj 'TO as often as I speak, T^nT ,T T n.pr.loc. appar. on border of Moab Dt I 1 (® KcnaxpviTfaY