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man La 2 18 ^JTria DMPTPK, i.e. cease not to weep (|| '"WP1 ^33 Tfa). 3. 6e stnwi; <fcm&, astounded, in simazement and fear Ex 1 5 16 (J3N3) Is 2 3 2 (but cf. II. Don). Niph. P/. 3 pi.

  • B"TJ1 consec. Je 25 s7 ; Impf. *BT Je 49 20 50 30 ,

IOT 1 S 2 9 ; 2 mpl. WW Je 51 6 — 6« made «i7en<, i.e. destroyed; the wicked 1 S 2 9 (^na), cf. Je 51 6 ; men of war Je 49 s6 50 30 ; dwellings Je 25". Po. Pf. 1 s. vpa wopini WB> ^ 1 3 1 2 ' composed and quieted my soul ' Che (as a weaned child). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. sf. 13Q"in he (God) hath silenced us (= caused to perish) Je 8". TrTOttT n.f. (silence) whisper (on format, cf. Ba™*)— ngn non-i ^ip vxr -iron 1 K 19 12 ; JfCB'N P'lpl HOO' 1 ! Jb 4 16 a whisjwr and a voice, i.e. an articulate whisper (cf. Di); ^IVO DpJ npp"Ip ^ 107 29 Ae settleth storm into whisper. IPTO"! n.f. one silenced, brought to si- lence (I; destroyed?) Djn ^na fW13 "11X3 ^O Ez 27 s2 (form pecul. & sense dub.: Baer ncn3; Co rnra f r . 133 adj., cf. 23 41 + 45 14 ) AV What city is like Tyrus, like the destroyed (as though for HfTB cf. IWm 26 1 ; but Pi. Pu. not elsewh.) in the midst of the sea 1 RV like her that is brought to silence.— Dl BlerEMch "• I '* Pr64 der.,hesi- tantly, fr. II. Dm. til- [OP^] vb. wail (?; cf. As. damdmu, groan, wail, lament, Dl B " r E " <!h,,:rrM )— only Qal Imv. , K pE?' 1 Wl Is 2 3* wail, ye coast dwellers (cf. DI 1 *), ||^n v 1 , & * "Vf* &»^I v 6 ; most, however, assign this to I. DOT q. v. (3). f21 (v'of foil., mng. dub.; At. ^1, pre- pare, impr&ve, manure land, appar. denom.) Tdl n.m. dung (Ar. ^-i) always in this form and always of corpses, lying on ground as offal 2 K 9 37 Je 8 2 9 21 16 4 25 s3 * 83 11 . T niTDT n.pr.loc. Levitical city in Zebulun Jos 2 1 36 (but rd. perh. HJtoT + ; cf. 1 Ch 6 62 Jos 19 13 , and v. Di). tiETD n.pr.loc. in Moab Je48 2 (on text, however, cf. Che Is 25 10 ). fl. i*T2?2"Ttt n.f. dung-place, dung-pit, '03 'D Is 25' T ° (Qr 'O to}). tn. n201T2 n.pr.loc. in Benjamin, N. of Jerusalem Is io 31 . tn20"Ttt 1. n.pr.loc. city of southern t — : — Judah J0S15 31 ; loc. dub., Onom. HiftofSpo

'V2- = Mi;i/o«t near Gaza La^oi.om.m.tod.i.m. cf Minyay S. of Gaza Rob"*'-" ; on other pro- posed identif. cf. Di. 2. n.pr.m. descendant of Caleb 1 Ch 2 49 . ttyO'TI Vb. weep (NH id., Ar. i^S & i-. j ; Aram. PP 1 !, ■^ij: As. in deriv., v. infr.), Qal Impf. 3 fs., and Inf. abs., Vpnn ybn} riVO 1 ! W "nni Jei3 17 . T [yp 1 !] n.[m.] (weeping, trickling) juice, i.e. wine or (&) oil (cf. foil.) lyo"! Ex 22 s9 (llinx'jp), c f. Di ; Ar. £& iSl'i=wine. t nyCI n.f. coll. tears (chiefly poet, and late ; freq. in Je. and contemp.) (Ar. kli ; As. dimu, dimtu Hpt* 4120 """- Zim BP23< °; Aram. WOT, Jooo»; NH WJ, nyp-=!)_abs. 'T ^8o 6 + i o t. ; cstr. nypi Ec 4 1 ; «/. 'nym ^6 7 + 4 1.; ^nyo^ 2K20 6 =Is38 5 + Ez 24" '(del. ® Co); nnvpT La i 2 ; pi. riiVD-n ^ 80 6 La 2"— tears ^6 7 Ec 4 1 La i 2 2"; esp. in Je. in phrase TW '1 TS etc. Je 9 17 13 17 14 17 , cf. La 2 18 ; JeS 23 TJ) '1 "lipp ; WVOT ^);1X of weeping over, in be- half of one lsi6 9 ; as appealing to God's com- passion 2 K 20 6 =Is 38 s f 39 13 ; f 5° 9 ^ "9^ ^TiOa (cf. Che); v. also ^ 1 16 8 Je 31 16 Is 25"; opp. iip ^ 1 26 s ; of hypocritical tears Mai 2 13 ; fig. tears as food ^42* ( Dn ^ "Wh); '1 orb 8o«; as drink 80 6 , cf. Babyl. dimtu, maStitt, tears (were) my drink (Zim B1 ' 42 ; || bikitum kurmatt, weeping (was) my sustenance). — Ez 24 16 &s ■^nyp'1 Ki3Tl del. © Co cf. v 23 . TptoQT n.pr.loc. Damascus (As. Dimaski, Dimasli, DP 1280 Schr COTGl>15 '" ABK323 Jager 8 * 8 ii.a8it. Ar. JJLo, J-L.JJ Aram. X Onk, etc. PC01, Ps- Jon pt?0-n; jjoflojoi?) — p'»P' ! ! iK 1 1 24 + 2 8t.; P&EHGn i 4 15 4-8t.; pawn 1 Ch i8 5 + 3 t. Ch; ptjvf* 2Ch 24 23 28 s ; P^B« 2K16 10 ; pB^D" 1 ! Am3 12 v. foll.,Vrss. pf&l; — ancient Ara- maean city, situated lat, 33 30' N., long. 36 15' E., in plain E. of Hermon & SE. of Anti- Lebanon; on the Nahr Baradd (Gk.Chrvsor- rhoas); mcd.Dimishk& Esli-SJiam^ob^^ 1 ""- B(1 r.ia>7. Damascus Gn I4 1S Am 5 s7 1K1 1 2424 2Ki4 28 Ct7 5 ; soalsoprob.Gni5 2 (perh.glosscf. Di), (Am 3 12 v. foil.); a trading-centre EZ27 18 ; as capital & residence of king of Aram 1K15 18 = 2 Chi6 2 , cf. 1 K20 34 2K i6 91010111113 2CI128 5 Is7 88 8 4 io 9 (cf. Peters 1 "*-^" laftM2 ) i7 MJ, Je 4Q 23 - 24 - 27 ; including also surrounding territory Ez 47 1617 cf. v 18 48 1 , v. "I .Tjlnp 1 K I9 1S ; '1 ninn? 2X5'-;= kingdom Am 1" cf. Zc 9 1 ;