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PT

T" 1 (i.e. the incense); 2 S 22" rd. DPTtj (||^ 18 43 ) for DO|. Hoph. Impf pn? Is 28® 6e crushed, subj. On? bread corn (cf. supr. Qal); - — on sense cf. Che Di. T|T1 adj. thin, small, fine — abs. m. '1 Ex I 6 14 +4t.; P^Lvif; f. njW Lvi6 12 1K19 12 ; pi. f. abs. tfp? Gn 4i c +2 t. ; ^ 41 24 ; cstr. nipn 4 1 3 , nh v 4 ;— 1. <Atn, of kine "^ *l Gn 41 3 cf. v 4 (Sam has in both rrtpn c f. MT v 19 - 20 - 27 ); of ears of corn v 6 '- 23 - 24 (all E); <fo'», shrunk, withered, of man Lv2i 20 (H). 2. small, fine, of the manna "®?3 p 1 ! DSDnD pi Ex 16 14 ; of incense Lv 16 12 , hair 13 30 (all P); of dust P^N pi. Is 2 a 5 ; in sim. of isles in hand of'*, P" 5 !? O^ti ?toj Is 40 15 (P" 1 ! = subst._/wie thing, fine dust); once of a low whisper HiST iTDlDl pip 1 K 19 12 . J pi n.[m.] veil, curtain (as thin), HBian DVpB' p13 Is 40 22 Ae m>Ao spreadeth out, like a veil, the heavens. [ lp -T] vb. pierce, pierce through (NH id., Aram. 1 !", ii?)— Qal Pf. 3 ^. <"£1 Zc 12 10 ; a/. ^iJT consec. 1 S 31 4 , Vl^"jl consec. Zci 3 3 ; Impf. Tn») NU25 8 , VnjriVju 9 64 — •pierce, run through (always c. ace.) : as retribu- tive act, Israelite and Midianit. woman NU25 8 ; false prophet Zc 1 3 3 ; but also as speedy death Ju 9 s4 (Abimelech); 1 S 31 4 * (Saul)= 1 Ch 10 4 , also r S3I 4 " (but del. Be We after 1 Chio 4 &so ©L i S3i 4b ), see also Zc i2 10 (cf. Johni9 37 ). Niph. Impf. "1|W be pierced through, slain Is i3 15 (in conquest of Bab. by Medes). Vn.Pt. pi. D^ifTO pierced, riddled, (i.e. desperately wounded) warriors, Je 3 7 10 , slain Je 5 1 4 ( || D^n); by hunger La 4 9 (|pV"J ^>0). T Tpl n.pr.ni. (piercing, i.e. sharp weapon 1 Talm. jrick, mattock} 1K4' ~*p!f'$ cf. sub. }3. •tST^pTO] n.f. piercing, stab, thrust, only^. cstr. 3"jn nhp"ip| Pr 12 18 like thrusts of a sword, sim. of rash speaking. "H v. -m. "VT v. in. K1*T (■v'of folL cf - Ar - 5* r «F0- TVisO^ n.m. aversion, abhorrence, abs.

  • 1 Is 66 24 object of abhorrence ; cstr. D?iy jiN"n

everlasting ablwrrence Dn 1 2 2 (on form cf. Lag™ 200 ' 202 ). -T7 (Voi foil. cf. Ar. i!j,j become accus- tomed, trained, £J£ train, cf. Fl NH WB'- *" ; also Eth. .CCfl?: (quadrilit.^'acwZando infigere, etc.; or, since J3"1"J Aram, in form, & I S 1 3" peril, secondary, possibly regard as Aram, loan-word & connect with Ar. <^>,i be sliarp, penetrating (GFM, note of Apr. 1892)). t]l-lT n.[m.] goad (NHttf.), )YtV) V$$

S 13 s1 (on form cf. OV mx >* al. Dr). 

[nOH"^] n.[f.] goad, only abs. pi., in sim. nttrvjj rj^'oan n:n Ec 12 11 (cf. De Koh4S4 ). J™)*7 (v of foil. cf. Ar. ~3 go on foot, step by step, walk, L'± rise in grade, rank; NH J-PI Hiph. raise 'make high; Eth. £.Cl is 6e connected; Aram. «^j» (verb denom. ace. to PS); also As. dardgu, be high, lift, Lyon 8 "" "'""' 80 , durgu, daragu, path, way (of steep moun- tain paths) COT 010 " (cf. also "pi) ; Ar. l^S a step, stair, Aram. ^Vi, t^j?, Us^?> *d-) TirnTQ n.f. steep place. steep, — 'oCt2 14 (||vbr5), pl.'nij-nBn Ez 38 20 (|| tnrm and roin). TVTVI n.pr.ni. (etym. dub.; possibly = "YTH, belonging then sub vn, cf. Thes Add 83 ) — only 1 K 5 11 Ethan the Ezrahite, and Heman, and Calcol, and Darda, tlie sons of Mahol (types of wise men, but Solomon wiser than they); =Vn% i Ch2 6 , where rd. VVr[ with @ % & Codd. ■VTvn v. -m. tfrei, m fm v. -m. tttJT~H n.pr.m. Darius (Old Pers. Ddra- yava'ush cf. Spieg APK81 ) — 1. Darius Hystaspis, 522-485 Ezr 4 6 Hg i"» 2 10 Zc i« 7 1 . 2. Darius Codomannus, 336-332 Ne 12 22 . 3. ' Darius the Mede,' Dn 9 ' n 1 , cf. Bev""" 19 . t?jy-R Ezr io 16 v. enn. f "!T"Tl vb. tread, march (Aram. T±% y»? ; NH Hiph. Zead, conduct; Ar. iv. us^jl raicA, overtake; Eth. .fi£h: 6e rough, severe (from caZ- caCT«, l)i); ao£:d.li threshold, vestibtde) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. V-l Nu 24" + 6 1.; 3 fs. nyjj Jos 14';

ms. Krn Hb 3 15 ; 1 s. •Mil Is 65* Zc 9 ' 3 ; 

pi. VVI Jb T 22 ,5 + 3 1.; Impf. 3 ms. IpT Mi 5 4 + 6 t.+pT Je 5 1 3 ('ip t6l SfO); 3 fs. ^^* Dt n 24 Jos i 3 ; 2 ms. VJ? Dt 33 M + 2 t.; 2 k ^-inn Ju 5 21 ; 1 s. sf. DS-i-lK'! Is 63 s ; 3 mpl. OTP 1 S 5 s , fOTtl ,j, 1 1 2 , B^p Ju 9 27 ; 2 mpl. OTJPI Dt 1 1 25 ; >i. act. TT> Am 4 ,3 -|- 5 1.; ^">i' ! l Jb' 9 8 ; D'S-p Je 25 30 Ne 13 15 ; *fil Je 4 6 9 + 5 t.;