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ing to no result), note also the phrases W (iban, 1?an) <?an 7 15 9 9 , 'n »n ^ 6 12 9'; Jb 27 12 (v. felt), Is 49 4 ^?nj Wh|> for nought and vanity have I spent ray strength ; as adv. accus. vainly, to no purpose Is 30" *» 1£ P^IJ 73 r^ ^ 39' I ,, ?i1.' 1 . ? 3n ^ they disquiet themselves to no jmrpose, Jb 9 s9 : JU^ ^n 35" with Dm to comfort 21 34 Zo io 2 . iV. tO*?^ of false gods,Dt32 21 Bn^ana "a^oysdl V*&3) i K 16 1326 Je 8" I??, 'bn (nbn^.'pBa), io 8 14 22 trtan "bin, ■^r 31 7 N1B i ~ , ;?3n D , ")DtS'n empty vanities Jon 2 9 ; in more general sense Ec l M 1 2 8 D y3n 'an, 5 s . TTQ!"! vb. denom. act emptily, become — T vain — Qal Je2 5 =2Ki7 15 they went after vanitv v3'"i*1 and became vain, ^62" 'tt?} »f PIT* ' ~ • v3nPT?K do not become vain (i.e. be demoral- ized) by robbery; with cogn. ace. Jb 27 12 ritW panri ?an nj why do ye become vain with vanity (i.e. shew yourselves utterly vain)? Hiph. cause to become vain Je 23 16 (of false prophets) Dans? nan D , ?anp i. e. fill you with vain hopes. tH. /^n, 7^n n.pr.m. (perh. i.q. As. ablu, son/cOT 6 "*";'^. also We™ "" 11 - 70 : der. from I. ??n not prob.) second son of Adam Gn 4«*m»m». t^j^n] n.[m.] ebony (so Symm 93 Ki & moderns; otherwise © @; Egypt, heben, Lieblein Xz la86 ' a cf. Pinsker E " , " !ltUD88S ; Gk. $tm, Lat. hebenum)— only pi. D^an Ez 27 16 Qr (Kt Caain) D^ani |E> rrtJTg; it was brought fr. India, & (finer) fr. Ethiopia, cf. Sm & reff. f [^^71] vb. ? divide (so most, but dub. ; Ar. Jla cut into large pieces, cut up, is perh. denom. fr. iCl* a ' chunk' of meat ; comparison of Ar. ~JJ>- oe acquainted with, skilled in (AW Kn Di) is also doubtful ; if correct, then rd. nan; but cf.infr.)— QalP/ 3pl. ran Is 47 13 Kt, Pt. nan Q r; traaiaa trihri Dwron they that divide the heavens, that gaze at the stars (Kt would be rel. cl. without "y K); 'n then refers to the distinguishing of signs of zodiac, or other astrological division of sky, cf. Che; on zodiac in Babylon v. J e n KoMnoloe ""' 7tt ; & on planets & constellations Id lb - 95ff - Epping & Strm A '"»°° ml " , " !! .us b«i>. 109 « ; _buttextprob. corrupt ; GFM (June, 1892) suggests Tgh (cf. psrrnx ipn Ju 18 2 ). t N^H n.pr.m. eunuch of Ahasuerus (prob. Pers.; cf. 'Hyms, courtier of Xerxes, Ctesias

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TmM ; also Herodot' 1 ■ s> ; Roed. in Thes Add) Est2 3 ;= ,| 3n 2 816 , yn 2". JJ77 ('»M*»war, then muse; cf. Ar. ^» 6urre, blaze (of fire), ma£« a murmuring noise in burning ; PS gives Syr. m^< flumtasma vidit, somniavit; Ethpe. & esp. Ethpa. mente con- cepit, imaginatus est; cf. also n J n ). T [^^n] n.m. murmuring (Che), whisper, musing (on form cf. Ba" 813 ")— only sf. ¥% . y^r 5 2 'n nj'a understand my murmuring (whispering, faint utterance), addressed to . ijr 39 4 'S^iia jjj j rt y musing i.e. while I was musing. rninan v. sub ru p. 151. tl. lull vb. moan, growl, utter, speak, muse (only poet.) (onomatop. ; NH ni7 muse, speak, S2>ell a word, so Aram. KJil; J^p, muse, esp. Ethpa. ; Ar. Li* satirize, insult, scold, also spell (borrowed mng.))— Qal Perf. 2 ms. rM^I consec. Jos i 8 ; is. WJH ^ 143 5 , W?ri1 consec. ^77 13 ; 7»y>/ r^lj Jb27 4 +8t.; 3 k nann ^35 28 +2t., nanK'^63 7 IS38 14 , «nj^ 2 ' + 2t, 13nnisi6 7 ; n|n?is59"; /«/ abs. tin Is 59 11 ;— . of inarticulate sounds: a. growl, of lion growling over prey, sq. 7JJ Is 3i 4 - *>• groan, moan, in distress (like dove), abs., Is 38 14 59 11 (nana ian); sigh for (?) in sorrow, mourning, moan for Is 16 7 (US' 7^, so also Je48 31 . . utter, sq. ace. rei, ^38"; subj. I** Jb 27 4 (|pn) ^ 35 28 7i 24 Is59 3 ; subj. "B ^37" Pr 8 7 — cf. also sub Po. infr.; sj>eak (abs.) J,ii5 7 (a instr.) 3. a. {soliloquize) medi, tote, muse, c. 3 rei, Jos i 8 (f I 2 63' 77 13 143 5 ; c. ace. IS33 18 , subj. a?, b. imagine, dwise, c. ace. ^2' Pr24 2 (subj. 3.?); c. Inf. It 15 28 (subj. id.) Po. Inf. abs. only 3.50 tin) tin ipsrna'l Is 59 13 a conceiving and an uttering, out of the heart, lying words ( || rODl pfs 13!) ; — on form cf. Kb L666 ; but rd. rather to") "n Qal /«/. o6«. cf. Di; Ba NB77 retains MT & expl. as Qal Inf. pass. Hiph. Pt. pi. D^SBVSn D'antsni Is8 19 those that make chirjrings and mutterings, of necromancers and wizards. tri^H n.m. JbS72 a rumbling, growling, moaning: — 'fl abs. Ez2 10 +2t.; — 1. a rum- bling, growling sound .tJR V3K) Tf Jb37 2 of thunder, as sound going forth from God's mouth. 2. a moaning 'HI 'HI D'J'p Ez

10 lamentations and moaning and woe. 

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