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man 212 . a sigh or moan, as transient, ^'SB* 0*pj nty-nn n3n-1D3 ^ 90 9 we Jrimgr owr years <o an end as a sigh, i.e. a fleeting sound (cf. EVm VB). T ~pQn n.f. meditation, musing, only cstr. (with firm - cf. Sta l304c ) "3^ 'm nton "ST * ni3^3ri i^- 40/ my mouth shall speak wisdom, and the musing of my heart shall be understanding. TTV3n n.m. resounding music, medita- tion, musing; — 'n abs. ^o 17 02 4 ; cstr. Ji^n ^•i9 15 ; sf. DJ/WnLas 62 ; — 1. resounding music ; "11333 [i'jn *JB x/^92 4 ict^A. sounding music upon the lyre (Che); cf. npD 'n ^ 9 17 (a musical direction, v. TVpO). 2. meditation, musing

  • & |VCT 'B-'ION ^ 19 15 the words of my mouth

and the meditation of my heart; ateo in bad sense ^plotting ty Djtarn "Pi? *^I*3* 1 */* Z/ps of those rising against me, and tlieir imagin- ing against me (|| Drfcfne v 61 ; cf. I. fljil 3 b). fll. H^H vb. remove (Thes comp. fWl — Qal /y. nan is 27 s (Di rds. nan); / n /. ai«. ton p r 25 4 - 5 ;— '"IDS? D , ?"P ton Pr 25 4 remove (lit. a removing) dross from silver; as sim. of follow- ing fB , ?Sp V'BH i3n Pr 25 s remove (the) wicked before a king; n$*gjl inra nan I s 27 s , ace. to Di (v. supr.) he, ('») &a<A removed her (i.e. sent into exile; his people under fig. of faithless wife) % /iw harsh wind; so transl. also Ew Che (he scared her away) Brd BV VB ; De follows MT, regards as ellipt. rel. cl., and renders by ptcp.,' sichtend (i.e. sifting, winnowing) heftigen Hauches,' but conjectures flMJ (Inf. abs.) MH, "»an n.pr.m. v. M». - ■■ ' AT" IJn (NH Jan, Aram. fan be suitable, fit, worthy: on orig. mng. cf. Fl in NHVVB, s.v.) [pan] adj. appropriate, suitable? (cf. NH Aram., supr.) — Win ttfjfn Ez 42" the corresponding (!) wall, Ke ; otherwise Vrss (® raXu/iou, 33 separatum, etc.) ; Thes connects pan with preceding JfTJ, 'aptus, idoneus (de via),' AV RV 'the way directly before the wall;' in neither connexion does it give good sense, and the text is doubtless wrong cf. Sm Da. ; Co conj. rU1V*nn ivnn the outer court. "I JH ( v^of foil.; 1 cf. Ar.Ji* forsake, retire; jjli* emigration, Jlegira). t"^n n.pr.f. Hagar, Sarah's Egyptian maid, mother of Ishmael, Gn i6 14 - 8 (all J), V s - is.is.1. 25 is ( a n P ) t 2I 9.».i7.i- ( an E ) t*nan 1. n.pr.gent. only pi. Dnan + 8$; BWfBS 1CI15 10 , tPKHJOO 1 Ch 5 ,9i0 ; a tribe (Aramaean 1 Arabian 1) with which the E. Jordan Israelites waged successful war ; v. dub. conj. as to identity in Glas Bk '"° "• m . 2. adj.gent. of an officer of David TJSJ HI 1 Ch 27 31 . 3. n.pr.m. father of one of David's warriors njrr|| 1 Ch 1 i 38 (but || 2S23 36 nan "33, so here Ot,' cf. Be Th 8 " 1 Dr Sm ). D'w^an, D^tnan v. foregoing. "in v. sub *nn.

  • T7J"7 (perh. make a loud noise ; so Ar. ju»

(of a falling building, rain, the sea, a braying camel); ixi crash (of a, falling wall, etc.), iijLa thunder f. TYTT n.m. 1 * 16 ' 9 shout, shouting, cheer (of a multitude; on formation compare 01 s181 * Sta' 218 ");— 'n only abs., Is i6 9 + 6t. Is& Je;— 1. shouting in harvest Is 16 10 , Je48 33 - 33 - 33 where TTT] t6 TJOT, Tin IpT iib, i.e. the shouting is no vineyard-shouting, but that of the foe, cf. infr.; comp. 25 30 1 shall utter (nay) a shout like the (grape-) treaders (sq. H? n W^l Hf)- Hence also 2. shout of the foe Is 16 9 (7j ^S3), Je 5 1 14 (TJOT i]^y OJfl); cf. 25 30 48 33 supr. tin n.[m.] id., only Ez7 7 D^n in (joyous) shout on mountains (opp. nDWD »iot«e of battle). t-TTH n.pr.m. Hadad (® 'Afcp but v. TOT Aram, n.pr.div. DHM AU - n - In8Chr - " on s «° dKl "' ,1 » and n.pr. TWOS Scholz G0, "" a,en,tl!45 , rWTUTW Eut 8BAk 1887, 410 cf g ae B.1 68 & gub T^-p p. I 2 2 J also i<taa, etc., in cpd. n.pr. Bez Tol " ,1 - An » ro » bmik. Ha^ad, Adad, Addu is known as an Aram, deity, weather- or storm-god, cf. Bae e.1 67.68. perh- _ thunderer D1 ZK1886 - 166 Bae'% cf. fOf); on Hadad in Arabia cf.We 8kl "«° lliM ; Sab. TOT Hal 27 ; as n.pr.div. Heb. only in cpd. n.pr.m., v. infr.) — 1. name of kings of Edom, a. Gn 3 6 36 = i Ch i 46 , Gn 3 6 M = I Ch I 47 (TOT); b. i Ch i 47 (|| Gn 3 6 39 TOT), v 51 (Tin). 2. an Edomite CpnKn) 'n i K ti>««*«* (Tin); = t">^y"T"iri n.pr.m. Hadadezor (so Aram. iMOT/TWrm Eut 8BAk1886 - 679 cf. Bae^ 1187 ; ® throughout (erroneously) ' A&pa(a)£ap;— Hadad is Mp(er), cf. COT i K 20 1 & Ph. TjJfflDW); king of n3iS(q.v.),son of 3nn, defeated by David aS8 M.io.u. nj$rrOTv* M, »(=?JHE!q*- io 16 - 16 -"

Ch 1 8 s - 6 - 7 - 8 - 10 ' 1 * 1 9 1619 , all erron., v. laser, supr., 

& cf. Bae lc ' Dr on 2 S 8 3 io 16 ); also iKii".