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(under figure of cedar); 31 7912 of Asshur as a cedar, Vn'p"! Ez 19" Isr. as a vine (cf. Low 65 ). tj-M n.f. (i m. 1 " 13 ' 19 ) door (NH id.; As. daltu(m) Strm AV 1843 Schr C0T01 °» ; Ph. pi. nnh CIS 1 ' 7 ' 3 ;— ace. to Ba 2 " 01897 ' 607 fr. Vbv, As. ecWi*, <o JoZY, bar) — TVl (always abs., and c. art. exc. Ct8 9 + Ez4i 24 but here Co art.) Gn i 9 ,0 + 18 t.; O^J Gn 19° Ju 19 s2 ; sf. *»j* 2 K 12 10 ; Du. DW^ (cf. Sta !187 *) Dt 3 6 + 9 t., D ?j?J?1 Jb 3 81 °; cstr - ^h Jos 2 19 + 6t. + Ez26 2 Co ; sf ^ Jb 3 1 32 , TCH Zc 1 1' + Is 26 20 Kt (cf. rta n .f.), m?h Jos 6 26 1 K 16 34 ; pi. nirta Je36 23 +iot.;cstr.nin^Ju3 23 +i9t. + Ez26 2 (Co Tlh) ; s/. V*|>1 Pr 8 s4 , Vrrtnjn 2 Ch 3 7 4 12 ; vnh^Nes 1 - 3 - 61314 ^; OHVlinjn 2CI14 9 ; 1. door of house (disting. fr. door-way, cf. 1 K 6 31 nna Gni 9 6 ) Gni 9 910 Ex2i 6 (all JE)Dti5> 7 J0S2 1 ' 9 (JE) Ju 1 1 31 19 2237 1S21" (nytrn mnh) 2 K " 6 32 ' 32 Is 5 7 8 Jb 3 1 32 ; so fig. of wisdom's house Pr8 M Vtfljrr^J ippb; partic. doors of house of '> 1 S 3 ' 5 C ^ v 3 ); temple 1 K 6 MMii 7 50 2 K 18 16 1 Ch 22 3 2 Ch 3' 4 s2 28 s4 29 s Ne 6 10 Mai i 10 ; so of Ezek.'s temple, Ez 41 *&**m*», 2. door of room Ju s 23 - 24 - 25 2 S 1 3 1718 2 K 4 s3 9 310 , esp. doors of *ttOT or D'BHp 'p i K 6 3132 7 50 2CI1 4 21 cf. also Ez 4 1 23 ; also of court rTJJJJ 2 Ch 4 9 - 9 , and of porch CjW 2 Ch 29'. 3. grates of city Dt 3 s Jos 6 26 (cf. 1 K 1 6 34 ) Ju 1 6 3 1 S 2 3 7 2 Ch 8 5 14 6 Ne 3iAe.i8.14.15 6 i ? i ^ tnen generally dis- tinct fr. iye>, wh. denotes the whole structure of gate, inch posts, open space, etc., while 'T is swinging door), 7 3 13 19 (where also sense narrower than ||"W) IS45 1 (II B^VW) cf. v 2 andi/'i07 16 ; Je49 31 Ez38". 4. in other senses (mostly fig.) : door (prob. lid) of chest 2 K 1 2 10 ; aperture of womb Jb 3'° (<:D3 '~); jaws of croco- dile Jb 4 1 6 (v:B 'i) ; lips of man Ec 1 2 4 ; doors enclosing and shutting off sea Jb 38 810 ; doors of heaven through wh. comes rain yjr 78^ (cf. 'B>n niriS Gn 7"); of column of MS. (from shape) Je 36 s3 ; fig. of easily accessible woman, Ct8 9 ; in simile Pr 26 14 ; of Jerus. as gate of people Ez 26 2 ; of Lebanon Zc n 1 . tW»TT, Tfh*! n.pr.m. (Yah(u) hath drawn) — 1. ^'Pl, a. a priest, contemp. David, 1 Ch 24 18 . b. a prince of Judah, contemp. Jerem. Je36 12 - 25 . 2. ^ a. head of a family contemp. with Zerubb. Ezr 2 60 = Ne 7 62 . b. descendant of Zerubb. 1 Ch 3 24 . C. father of contemp. of Neh. Ne 6 10 .

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t[n71] vb. make turbid (As. daldhu, disturb, Zim Br81 also in deriv.; Pal. X n? -1 ! fig. be anxious, fear, *£L* turbavit, conturbavit) — Qal Impf. 2 ms., rv}*ini Ez 32 s ; 3 fs. sf. a U?~

Ez 32i 3 + v 13 (Co D'e>D-tn); — stir up, 

trouble, make turbid (always with feet) sq. D'D Ez32 : (||D3"in, — D Baer, and notfc>); so 32 13 * b (but v 13b Cords. B»a-in (cf. v 2 ) for Dnhn). t [7/"-T] vb. hang, be low, languish (NH Hiph. thin, thin out vines, etc. ; As. daldlu, be weak,humbleZim BF7,! "; Ar. Jj direct, guide, Ji be directed, guided; J JJj put in motion, commo- tion; JjJjj be in motion, hang, dangle; also Jj amorous, coquettish, gesture or behaviour of women)— Qal Pf *rifa V 1 16 6 , ffa 142 7 ; 1 pi. ttiV«| V 79 8 . ^3 Is 19 6 , *h Is 38" Jb 28 4 (on v|n Pr 2 6 7 cf. nbv) ;— hang, 'depend, 1 Jb 28 4 (of one descending a miner's shaft ||W3); be low, of streams Is 1 9 s ( |P 3 "][?) ; be low, brought low, metaph. of distress ^79* 11 6 6 142 7 ; lan- guish, of eyes, look languishingly (Che) Is 38 14 . — Miph. Impf. 7* Is 17 4 , 5w Ju6 6 ,— be brought low, laid low Ju 6 6 fig. of Israel ; Is 1 7 4 of glory of Jacob. T ^'l adj. low, weak, poor, thin (especially common in "Wisd. lit. and poet.) — ?^ Lv 14 21 + 8 1., !" Ex 2 3 3 + 17 t. + in ^ 82 3 ; D'H Am 2 7 + 1 7 1. ; ni?'l Gn 4 1 19 ; — weak, thin, of kine Gn 4 1 19 (E); of Amnon 2 S 13 4 ; weak, of family of Saul 2S3I (opp. pin) cf. Ju6 15 ; reduced, poor (opp. rich) Lv 14 21 (P) Ru 3 10 (opp. 1-E>y) Je 5 4 (opp. to D^HJn, v 5 ) Pr 28' 5 Zp 3 ' 2 (hj N>y BJ>5 mostly subst., a poor (man), the poor Ex 23 3 (JE); opp. to IT? Ex 30" (P) Pr 10 15 22 16 28"; opp. Jin Pn 9 4 ; |||V3K 1 S 2 8 Jb5 16 ^72 13 82 4 113 7 Pr 14 31 Is 14 30 25 4 Am 4 1 8 6 ; cf. also Jb20 1019 Pr2 2 9 Je 39 10 ; reduced, weak, help- less (|| >iy) Jb 3 4 28 ^ 82 3 (II also DOT), Pr 22" Is io 2 11 4 26 s Am 2 7 ; mzbK Jb3i 16 ; opp. &V Jb 34 19 ;— cf. also f 41 2 Pr 19 17 21" 28 38 29 714 . fi. ilbl n.f. coll., hair, thrum (both from hanging down)— nh Is 3 8 12 ; cstr. nh Ct 7";— hair, ^B'X"1 '~ Ct7 6 ; thrum (threads of warp hanging in loom) in sim. of premature death •0JW3? nVro Is 38 12 . fn. [npT] n.f. the poor— cstr. T&[ Je 40 7 + 2t.; pl.nip^l Je52i 516 ; — the poor (coll., weak, helpless ones) Je 40 7 2 K 24" 2,5 12 (in || Je 52 16 , as also v 15 , MT has strangely the pi.) O 2