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pass. f. fOT^ Is 2 1 15 ; tteff] 5 28 ;— 1. tread, march, march forth, abs., ti? 'BteJ 'ai'in Ju 5 21 ; cf. 3p$£D 3313 V% Nu 24 17 (poem) a star hath marched forth from Jacob. 2. tread upon (laud), sq. 3 Dt 1 36 n 26 (subj. pers.), Jos 14 8 (subj. brj) cf. Dt 1 1 24 = Jos 1 3 (subj. D^fl Id) ; tread in a path, sq. 3 Is 59 s (fig. of mode of life); tread in (on) the sea, sq. 3 Hb 3" (but txt. dub. cf. VB); of an invader P»0to"}*| TpT Mi 5 4 (|| «:n«3 KtP); «^3J3 "T v 5 (|j «.); sq. i^ 1 S5 6 (jtej jrisD-^y); ^, 9 i 3 (jnei W^S); esp. (poet.) H? "D103-^5? Mi i 3 , of '», so Am 4 13 , & (D' r ^nna-i'y) Jb 9 8 ; of Isr. treading on heights of enemies, i.e. subduing them Dt33 M . Once sq. ace. p!W ref. TIN) Jb 2 2 15 . In technical senses 3. tread wine- (or oil-) press, sq. ace. By? t Jb2 4 " (Ull^:), "to? Nei 3 15 ; sq. ace. of thing pressed E^g'T Am9 13 ; also of product &n>r,) . . . n^-rin-iri ki6 15 ; tfrp tib vyxm ): Jfi^D Is 16 10 ; sq. n;3 Is 63 s (in sim.); abs. Je 25 30 (sim.) 48 s3 ; fig. of judgment Is 63 s sq. ace. JTJ13 winepress, subj. cf. v 3 *3K3 D3"!"]N1 (|| Don), i.e. tread tliem down; so ^'i^ IJTJ D3 irarTH rtaro!> La i 15 . 4. tread (i.e. bend) the bow, sq. ace. ng> Je 51 3 (^p/in frV spT'^? to^i?); fig- of assaults of wicked jr n 2 37 14 , of judgments of '» -^ 7 13 La 2 4 3 12 ; also fig. of Judah as bow in hand of fVttiV $ WDT1 i| Zc 9 13 (|| DnBK ™k> nB*p); twice in like rang. c. obj. Yt} arrow ^ 58* (but on txt. cf. Che ""•"•) 64 4 ; JIB'S , 5"i : t= bow-benders, archers Jeso 14 - 29 1 Ch5' 8 8 40 2Chi 4 '; rOTTI nfp_ bent bow Is 2 1 16 , nta-n vnn$5 5 s8 . Hiph. P/ T"H™ Is n"; sf. 'ranin J e 51 33 (where many Inf! cstr.) cf. RS"*"'m'w)« ; j s . sf. TW!? Pr 4"; 3 pi. sf. v«Tjn Ju 20 43 , towyjrj Jba8 8 ; /mp/. TJT *25 9 , s f . *?9TP Hb 3 19 ;' B3*rP ^io7 7 ; is.sf. D? ,- !l« Is 4 2 16 ; OTpi Jeg 2 (cf. Ges l6 * 3 ' B1 ); /«m ms. sf. 'SITU V' 2 5 5 119 s ; Inf. cstr. v. supr.; P<. sf. WVP Is 48 17 ;— 1. iread, tread down, of treading down enemy in battle Ju 20 43 ; of treading a path Jb 28 s ; levelling threshing- floor Je f,i 33 (all sq. sf.). 2. tread (bend) the bow (=Qal4), only fig. DPlfi? DjiBJimK Oyj»1 IpS* Je 9 2 and they have bent their tongue as their bow in falsehood. 3. causat., cause to tread or march, lead, returning exiles Is 1 1 15 (subj. '»; no obj. expressed); cf. STTia D2T19 rnB^ j, 107' and Zte fed <Aewi tn a straight way ; v. also Is 42" (|| Tr^ n ); with a moral applica- tion T$H$fp« TWin Pr 4"; cf. ^no"

T" ytfep? 3»rua <Mn*]? z m d m « in , <Aepa</ t 0/% commandments; ^ 25 s ^JJlt?X3 ([pJHf?) cf. v 9 EEfEfl (II 1311. "M^ Is 48 17 7]bn -]-1-13 (||Tjsj>D 'V^'" 1 ?) j once of giving security & triumph

  • ?3Tp 'ntoa-bj? Hb 3 19 upon mine heights he

maketh me tread (cf. Qal 2). Ifyh m a.m. Dtl7 ' 16 & (less often) f. ***■■» way, road, distance, journey, manner — abs. '1 Gn 3 8 16 + ; T|£ v 2 ^ + ; cstr. TTJ 3 24 ; sf- VJ1 2 4 « + 4 t. + 2 S 2 2 33 13T1 ; 13"H Ho 1 o 13 1 K 1 9 1S ; 13"!1 ^5 9 + 9 *•; WT?Jea»?+J8 1; to"H Gn6 12 + ; Kfrn 1 S i 18 Jb 28 s3 ; OJVJ Ju i8 5 +2 t.; Q??T» Gn' 1 9 2 + 3 1. ; Dfjl 1 K 2 4 + ; du. DWl Pr 2 8 61 ' 8 ; pi. ttyr Dt 28 7 + 6 t.; cstr. »J"fl Pr 3" + 24t.; sf. 7J<| Jb 1 3 15 + 1 7 1., n-n ^ 9510 + 4 1. ; T5"H Dt 2 8 M + 1 6 1.; T^T! Ex 33 13 + 2 t, ; T=T=! Je 3 13 + 4 1. ; T3 T T! Ez 7 3 + 3 1.; V3T=t Dt 1 o 12 + ; $7^ Pr3 17 + 3t.; «"?"! ,: J La 3 40 Zc i 6 ; Dyjf^ Lv 26 22 +i7t.; On^Jeie^+st.; ffpyWEsifi*; — 1. way, road, path Gn 35 3 (E) 38 16 ' 21 (both J) 4 8 7 (P), 49 17 (J; poem) Lv 26 s2 (H, only here in Lv) Nu 22 .211.23.23.31.34 (all JE) Dt 6 7 22 4 -« 

s 24" 25 1718 Jos 3 4 (D) Eui'iS 4" (on text 

cf. Dr) I5 2 2 4 4 2 S 16" I K I3 ».io.i«.is.i7.M.»JB.a.» l8 6.6.7 20 38 2 K 2 s3 3 s 6 19 7 15 , i9 S8JB = Is 3^ M , Ho 6 9 13 7 Is 43 16 -' 9 49 911 5 1 10 57" •" Je 6 s6 La i 5 Ez 2 1 2425 42 1112 Jo 2 7 , Ezr 8 2231 Jb 12 24 V' 107 40 no 7 Pr 7 8 8 2 26 13 Ec io 8 12 6 ; cstr. way of (oft. = to, toward) D«nn flf 'n Gn 3 24 (J)1^ 1

7 (J) D'nB*i)a n« '"i Ex 13 17 (E) jran 'n Nu 
33 (JE); cf! Dt i 219 3 1 Jos 2 7 (JE) 1 2 3 1 S 6 912 

i 3 ,7 - ,818 i7 62 2K3 20 Isi5 5 Je2 1818 5o 5 Ez47 15 48 1 ; nsnen "I (of different ways) Ex 13 18 (E) Jos 8 l5 '(JE) Ju2o 42 , cf. Dt2 8 2S2 24 2K3 8 ; '"I nanen-nx 2 S 15 23 is corrupt ; rd. w nab "I "131133 ©L Dr cf. We : the way of the olive-tree which, etc.; nrjjn 'T Dt 2 8 and (with diff. refer- ence) 2 S4 7 2 K25 4 =Je52 7 , Je39 4 ; ">33n '1 2 S 18 23 ; "pOTC 'T Nu i4 2i 21 4 (JE) Dt i 40 2 1 ; oft. of gateway, as ly^ri "t 2 S 15 2 cf. 2 K 1 1" 2 5 4 = Je 5 2 7 ; Ez 9 2 4 3 4 44 14 46 999 " 47 2 ; "< ijj^n dSw 44 3 4 6 2S ; fan n<3 'T 2 K 9 27 ,^on-j3 't Je 39 4 ; DJ? "> Is S 23 (cf. C'omm. & Schumacher J»ul»n63andPKFApr. 1888. 78. QIDIDn K13D '1 2 K II 16- sq. n_ loc. Gn 35 ,9 '(E), 3 8 14 (J) 4 8 7 (P; rd! nn*IW 01) ; Vi ^on '1 1 Nu 20 17 2 1 22 (both JE ; Ar. ^jlkL-JI i_j.j of diff. highroads, cf. Seetzen La.is.ii.3» Eob BE.n.i4i Di . = n^DD 20 19 ) i.e. the highway, used by king with his army; cf. || »TO! fJJ! Dt 2 s7 i.e. straight (or steadily) along the way; in particular of path, way, in