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potan 200 once (late) 1 rba 2 Ch 24°; note also "1 D1K 2 S 8 i6 = 1 Ch 18 56 ; further 1 ^K 2 Ch 28 s " (||dik ^bp'n^s). "'"pttto'l n.[m.]? Am3 12 fcn» '131; punct. & mng. dub. : all ancient Vrss pBTSl, and so PnseyHoffm **»'"■ «■ ('in Damascus on a couch ') al., yet this hardly suitable in context ; Thes Hi Ew Baur Ke Gunning KV al. follow MT, & render damask, silk, etc. (Ar. ,jLJLo, connex. with city pB>S1 (Ar. jJLlj) disputed'; ace. to Frii 40 - 288 Ar. JUL.} is by metath. from (jl»i*, & this a loan-word from Syr. f~" - " & this from Gk. ii(ra£a (Old Lat. metaxa)).

v. sub pi. 

b&yi v. sub p. J^*7 (v of foil., mng. unknown). liXftl n.m. wax, 33ft Mi i 4 + 2 1. ; 3311 ^ 2 2 16 — always in simile, of melting; at theophany hills melt like wax jr 97 s ; like wax before fire Mi i 4 ; wicked perish as wax melteth be- fore fire iff 68 3 ; heart melteth like wax ^ 22 15 (simile of fear, despair). On *1 in f 11 8 12 cf. Bae Che"""' tnrT n.pr.loc. a city of Judah 'in the hill country/ named just before Kiryath Sanna =Debtr ( = K. Sepher), Jos 15 49 @ 'Pewa. Tmrtn n.pr.loc. capital city of king Bela in Edom Gn 36^= 1 Ch i 43 ; identif. with Tennib (perh. — 2 7 henib, near the edge of the Belka, ENE. from Heshbon, described by Tristr Mo,b m ) by Neubauer Ac,d - "* " cf. Tomkins lb. 284 bwi v. ^31 sub pi. sn, nsn v. sub jrr. ^>Nl3n (Wi) v. sub m ran. ([^TJm] vb. go out, be extinguished (poet. & esp. Wisd. lit.) (Aram.^pyi, ^?)— Qal Pf. 3 mpl. Win Is 43 17 ; Imp/. ?F) Pr 20' 20 , 'HJH? Jb i8 5 + 4 t.; — go out, be extinguished, of lamp, always fig., lamp of wicked (i.e. pros- perity) Dy?n 1K Jb 18 s , "I 13 Jb 18 6 2 1 17 Pr 13 9 20 20 24 20 ; of hostile armies Is 43 17 ( || Of). Miph. P/ 3 pi. «$j13 6e made ea-«mc<, dried up, Jb6 17 (of brooks). Pu. Pf. 3 pi. ^3$H of assailants, be extinguislted, quenched D"^P 5W? * 118 12 ; but rd. perh. njn with © Bae & Che, v. Che cr " "• n.VT v. sub yi n2*T («/of foil., mng. unknown; NH *0i"=l is blemish, faulty. ^!V$ n.[m.] blemish, fault T^*H3? • *?T"HJ? V' 50 20 against thy mother's son thou dost allege a fault (pjpn T 1 ???)- T [pS -T] vb. beat, knock (Ar. JIT ^owr oiti, also drive (beasts)) — Qal Perf 3 mpl. sf. Qipsni consec. Gn 33 13 , but rd. 1 s. sf. D^PBI* @ <S Sam Di beat (in driving, drive severely or cruelly); Pt. pBft Ct 5 2 abs. knocking (at door). Hithp. Pt. nhn^jj D'pSinn Juio 22 6ea< violently (beat themselves tired) against the door. inpOl n.pr.loc. first station of Isr. after PD 131D Nu 33 1213 ® 'Pac^aica; situation un- known, cf. views in Di. (On an interpret, of name from a stone or metal Mafkat, Ta-Mafkat = J/a/to-district, v. Eh 08148 '- 652 *) p"1, pT v. sub ppl. p*7 (v of foil. cf. Jjj a kind of palm; NH ?p1, date-tree, palm, Aram, N^l, JL»?)- tn . p"! n.pr.m.(loc.) a son of Joktan, i.e. an Arabian territory or people Gn io 27 =

Ch i 21 ; unknown, cf. Di Gn io 27 . 

tfpp'T] vb. crush, pulverise, thresh; be fine (Ar. (Jj be or become thin, minute; Eth. £<P$i As. dakdku Pa. break in pieces COT 010 "; Ph. pi id., Aram. PB1 Pa. id., «$) —Qal P/ 3 ms. p" 1 ! Dt 9 21 , pi Ex 32 20 ; /mp/ 3 ms. sf. «g3 Is 28^; 2 ms. pi? Is 41 16 ;— 1. crush (trans.) sq. ace. Dn? bread-stuff, corn Is 28 s8 ; of threshing [&H Is 41 15 (fig. of pulver- izing mts.) 2. only Pf. ; be fine, of state to wh. Moses reduced the golden calf by grinding piiete iy jnt?»i Ex 32 20 ; pine inx nbKi Tsyb' piiB'K tj aa'n Dt 9 21 . Hiph. Pf pin

K 23 15 2 Ch 34 4 ; 2 fs. nipnni consec. Mi 4 13 ; 

Impf. Vf 2 K 23 6 2Ch is 16 ; is. sf. DPR| 2 S

43 (but Bgni; || f i8 43 ); /«/. ata. pin Ex 30 36 ; 

C6<r. pllp 2 Ch 34" (form anomalous cf. Ew HMd 01 n»i, gg. rd perh p^ Ki . or pjt, [v. pi? Is 40 15 ] cf. Ot) ; — ma^e dust of, pul- verize 13V? PI? 1 . 2 K 23" (i.e. the Ashera), || 2 Ch 3 4 4 - 7 (pini> nn?); so of the bamah pin IDV^ 2K23 11 ; of the n$D» 2 Chi5 16 ; fig. Mi 4 13 (obj. D'31 D'B?); Ex 30 36 (P) has FipPIBI P!HJ l " 1 ??'? a«d Mom s/ia/< 6ea< scone 0/ i< ^we