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T" which God moves t^gy! BJ3 V' 77 20 (|| T^e-I C3.1 D^p3); i3-H rraftraJ Nai 3 ; cf. «b -anas " 1 is 4 o 3 (II mb*h nbo rnnya n£); a iso Mai 3 1 , comp. Is 43 16 - 19 (way made by *) & 5 1 10 ; path of lightning Jb z8 26 38 s6 ; of light 38 1924 , of camel (rnaa) J e 2 23 , of locusts Jo 2 7 (pi.); v. further the four wonderful things Pr 30 19 the way of an eagle in the air, the way of a serpent upon a rock, the way of a ship in the heart of the sea, and the way of a man with a maid (i.e. no trace is left in any case); cf. also v 20 nDJUD npM TJTI |3 ; figure of death H?n-b Tpna' Di»ri ijJJtn '35$ Jos 23" / am going to-day in the way of all the earth (D); so also 1 K 2 2 (cf. Gn 19 31 4 a). 2. journey Gn

«1.40.4M6 ( a]1 J) Nu9 10.13 ( pj J 0S9 11.13 (b()th J E) 

i K 1 8 s7 , 1 9 7 "in ^JtSD 31; 1 ni^ Juif; 1N3 'T jn£ Am 8 14 {journey of— to— Beersheba cf. Hi St; but txt. dub., © 6 Mt, cf. Gunning; Hoffm ZAW1883.123 prop -,-J^ We ,,-,^3 C f. Bu™" 1892 ' 62 ); ' n 175 i S 2 1 6 a common (not sacred) journey; esp.c.temp.modif.D , o;nB'V'lGn30 36 (J)Ex3 18 5 3 8 23 Nu io 3333 (all JE), 33 8 (P) cf. also Gn 31 23 (E) Nu ii 31 - 3 ' (JE), 1 K 1 9 4 , 2 K 3 9 ; go one's way ta-nj> ^3 t Gn 1 9 2 (J), 3 2 2 (E), 3 3 16 (J), Nu 24 s5 Jos2 16 (bothJE),Jui8 26 i 9 27 iSi 18 26 2S 30 2 iKi 49 Je 28 11 , vid.^n; also"^ ^SHf 1S25 12 , & (fig.) 'li> n:Bt Is 53 6 (so 56" 5 infr.); of H3it, fig. of Israel, Dn$ 1j^}TH§ njBPn Je 3 13 . 3. of direction, almost or quite = toward, 1 K 8 44 ' 48 = 2 C'h 6 3438 /way toward the city, etc. ; 1 8 43 look toward the sea; esp. in Ezek. of looking, going, etc. njiEJf "1 Ez 8 55 cf. 2 1 2 40 6 ; cstr. &Hj3n ~| Ez 40 10 (del. ® Hi Co) v 22 43 1 ; fiBXn 1 v «> cf Dtt^n *l v 24S4 , DJC "» 4 1 12 , 'W 1 ? "1 4**" etc. (c. 28 1. Ez); (v. also TPP Ez 9 2 cf. 43" 44 s ; on nriK nBK 1 Ez 42 4 v. VB Co Da) cf. Wp"J| 1^ nj£"»6 Jb 24 18 . +4. way, manrxr: a. Msa^e JOKrrpa 1 Gn 19 31 (J; cf. also Jos 23" 1 K 2 2 supr.) b. = customary experience, or condition EP&i "1 Gn 31 35 (E). c. DnsD 'T Am 4 10 <Ae manner of Egypt, i.e. as was done in Egypt; Is io 24 ' 26 . d. habit of animals, ants Pr 6 6 (pi.) t 5. fig. of course of life, or action, undertakings, etc. T?"!T n S O^SO t6 Dt 2S 29 cf. Jos i 8 (D) 1 S 18" 2S 2 2 33 =V 18 33 ; Jb f 3 8 19 17 9 22 s8 24 s3 31 4 3 4 21 V io 5 35 6 37 M:a 91" 102 24 119 37 128 1 139 3 146 9 Pr 2 8 3 623 ii 5 20 24 29" 31 3 ; Is 40 27 45 13 48 15 55 89 Je 2 36 io 23 12 1 2 3 12 La 3 911 Ho 2 8 9 8 io 13 Am2 7 (D'Uyi); thrice (Ch) in summary of a king's life, of Abijah nrni Vrrn 2 Ch 1 3 s2 ; of Jotham V?n? I'nbniic-b) 2 Ch 2 7 7 ; of Ahaz

T" D^iinNm D^fefc-n vavrio} 2 Ch 28"; TQty 1 Is 3 12 cf. also Is 30 11 and 57^; =gain Is 56", pleasure, etc. Is 58 13 . t6. a. of moral action and character H? n "^5? ^IT^K "toa'^a rvnB'n Gn6 12 (P); c f. J«3«j D3"lTn« ™?e* 1 K 2 4 8 26 = 2 Ch6 1 «; cf.v 3, = 2Ch6 S0 ; "• ""aob Vffl |<an 2 Ch 27 6 ; Vr 5 9 39 2 49" 50 23 1 19 "-«-«>.Mp r + »

Je 2 ra 6 17 
8 - 21 10' 
14 2812 I6 2 - 7 - 9 - 17 - 25 19 s " 2 1 2 
3 - 5 16 17 17 10 i8"-' 5 26 13 32 1919 La 3 40 Ez ft"' 7 

M 2223 18 25 - 29 - 30 24 14 28 15 33 1720 36 19 Hg 1" Zc 1"; 'J?! 5 Tfl Ec 1 1» cf. Is 57 17 (& Je 3 2 39 c. infr.) b. of duty (commanded by etc.) na >lb "in Ex 18 20 (E) cf. 32 s (JE) Dt 9 1216 13 6 31" Ju 2 17 Jb 3 i 7 + 25 s ' 2 32 s 119 1 143 8 Pr 21 18 22' 23" Is 30 2 ' 48 17 Je 7 23 Mai 2 8 ; so, too, of wisdom yarn DJlnyjl Pr 3 17 , neon 1 4 » s 32 c f. 23 s8 ; nra 1 9 6 cf. Is 40". +c. specif.: in good sense rne»ni n3iisn 'T x s 12 23 1 K 8 36 = 2 Ch 6 s7 ; cf. Pr 16 31 Je 6 16 ; T 3 ! 1 ! B" Jb 4 6 cf. 22 s Pr 13"; V3-n (i.e. of light) Jb 24 13 (|| vria'nj); oyrt "1 f i onto 1 p r 2 20 , H ' jT »>f > ; f'37 14 , 'o'crt T|VT T Pr 1 1 20 V' 1 19 1 ; IWM1 ^ ioi 26 , ruiDK 'T V. 1 19 30 , Di^ "1 Is 5 9 8 ; D^iy "1 ^ 139 24 , D«ri " Pr 6 23 , cf. 1 2 28 Je 2 1 8 (opp. men *1 v. infr.) ; without modifier 1 S 8 3S Jb 1 3 15 23 10 , *1) nns 3$ "in^ Je 32 s9 ; cf. also a. supr.; esp. cstr. before names of good kings 1 K 2 2 43 2 K 22 2 2 Ch 1 1 17

32 2 1 1212 (pi.) so 34 2 ; cf. cn't^nn th *2-n 
Ch 17 3 the first ways of David; also 't?? '3^ 

Je 12 16 . td. oftener in bad sense HB'iSn D3~n Ju 2 19 , ^l n i 3 ^- ! K 13 33 , 3H "» Pr 2 12 8 13 28' ; cf. 2 K 17 13 2 Ch 7 14 Je 18" 23 s2 25 s 26 s 35" 36 2 - 7 Ez 3 1819 i3 22 20 44 33 n Jon 3 810 Zc i 4 ; 3to t6"l ^ 36 s Pr 1 6 s9 Is 65 s ; HBt 'iisn^ Ez 16 27 ; cf. with completed metaph. npvp K^ ^ Je i8 15 ; further T»» 1 f 1 1 9 s9 , a?y ~i + i 39 s4 , oy^B 'n f 107 17 ; 1*r*37! Pr 2 13 ; njo^i-n p r i4 ,2 =i6 35 ; yn niDH Je 2 1 8 , cf. supr. c ; &$ 'n Pr 15" (cf. 6 6 ) ; D'NBjn 1 f i 1 cf. v 6 Pr i is 3 31 4 19 (D'yBh T), jz'^W'n), 13 15 (Dna'S'l), also 15' 2i 8 'ls55 7 ; E*i5y "1 Pr 2 2 6 , cf. D^-JT B*iJ!V Pr 28 s cf. v 18 ; further, without modifier, H04 9 12 3 Pr 7 25 14 14 Is 53 6 66 s Je 2 s3 (of idolatry ^33 Iffyi *T) v 33 4 11 (cf. Hi Gf) v 18 15 7 22' Ez i6 47 - 476 ' 18 23 20 43 23 13 - 31 33 8 - 99 u 36 17 ' 7 - 31 - 32 cf. also sub a. supr. ; iB*Kl3 13-n nnb 1 K 8 32 to place his way upon his head, i.e. requite it on him = 2 Ch 6 23 , cf. Ez7 4 9 10 ii 21 16 43 22 31 ; ttyi ns Pr i«j esp. cstr. before names of bad kings By3"l J 'T 1 K 1 5 s4 (cf. v 25 ) 16 21926 2 2 w cf. v* 3 - 53 ; alsoV^ai'P'n 2 K 8 18 16 3 2 Ch 2i«- ls 28 2 (pi.); 3fT|t n»>«3^