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win man (|| Dlpn Tt£p 'JBJ3); in bad sense (of par- tiality, favouritism) ^TD »3B TinTI $ LV19 15 (H) (|| ^pia sfe-n s6) ; cf. tana -vinn n!j Si Ex 23 s (JE; either rd. b'li for hi, — 1 not needed at beginning of v., — so Kn SS al., yet © irivrfra ; — or suppose balancing cl., as Lv 19' 3 , to have fallen out, cf. Di). 3. adorn, only pt. pass, adorned, made splendid iC^O^a inn IS63 1 . Niph. Pf Wjnj La 5 12 were (not) honoured, subj. D^g) 'JB. Hithp. Jmpf juss. 2 ms. Tinnpl Pr 25" honour oneself, i.e. claim honour. TTin n. [m.] ornament, adornment, splendour, only cstr.DUPD'n Dn 1 i' 20 splendour of (the) kingdom, cf. AV RV, i.e. Judaea, or perh. Jerusalem ace. to Leng Hi Meinh ; but rather royal splendour, cf. Gr, & esp. Bev who reads 'n Tayp K»3i3 (for <§ ffXO Tajro), i. e. an exactor who shall cause the royal sjilendour to pass away. TTTTI n.m. + m * ornament, splendour, honour (chiefly poet.) — abs. 'n Dt 33 17 + 12 t.; cstr. Tin Is2 10 +7t.; sf. T^] Mi 2 9 (but cf. infr.) Ezi6"; Tllll f 45 6 90 16 ; ^Vjq ^45"; THi] Ez 27 10 ; irnq'ls 5 » La i 6 ; pi cstr. 'Tin yfr no 3 (but rd. prob. TV1 so Symm Jer edd.; 01 Hup Gr Bi Che); — 1. ornament Pr 20 29 (grey hair, for old men; || rnssri), Ez 16 14 (fig. of ornaments of Jerus. as bride of ); Tin yy na Lv 23 40 (H) i.e. fruit of goodly (ornamental, beautiful) trees, so AV RV & most, or goodly tree-fruit, © Kapnbv £<.'Xov apalov, so Di; — here would come also EHp nina fno 1 , ref. to sacred, festal garments, ace. to Thes al. cf. RVm; but read prob. on the holy mountains, vid. supr. 2. splendour, majesty Dt 33" of Ephraim under figure of a noble bull (cf. Di); of Jerusalem Is 5" cf. La i 6 ; of Carmel Is 35 s (|| 1133); of majesty & dignity conferred by '* on man ^8 6 (|| T>33), on king

1 6 (|| id., Tin), c f. 45 < (pin) & v 5 (but fart, 

perh. crron. Che ""■ °) ; denied of suffering servant of '» Is 53 s (||"W); of dignity of good & capable woman fon DEW) Pr 3 i 2S (||% of splendour due to warlike equipment Ez 27 10 ; especially of majesty of '» 1 Ch i6 v =yj/g6 e , cf. Jb 4 o 10 fin 3 (all pin); also ^104' (|| id., under fig. of garment); further i/e 29* (||D3), 90" (11^3); in combination T] ,n "1133 Tin f 145'; 1 1133 v 11 ; 1JN3 Tin Is 2 1019 - 21 . 3. honour, glory f 1 49' for saints of '» ; cf. Mi 2* of s glory as possession of his people, lost byexile& slavery: but perh. txt. err.; Hoffm ZAW 1882. 103 , prop. Trnn f r . their children ye take freedom (yet ?y» then hardly suitable). 'ITTVirjJ n.f. adornment, glory — onl}' cstr. nyvi;_ 1. Ehp-Tl holy adornment (Che y ), always in connexion with public worship of '< 1 Ch 16 s9 2 Ch 20 21 f 2 9 2 96". 2. iWn the glory of a king, fig. of Ey"3"l, Pr 14 28 . TTin n.pr.m. a king in Edom (Aram, form) Gn 3 6 39 ="nn ( q . v .) 1 Ch i 60 (so here Codd., although © throughout AbpaaCap. TRn interj. expressing woe, alas! Ez

2 howl ye Din Wfl alas for the day ! AV 

Woe worth the day ! (cf. Di'b PlilK Joel i 15 .) "}"Tj™f interj. i.q. the more usual 'in (q.v.) Ah ! Am 5 16 of mourners in-in nc*o niswrbai. ^H JC29 23 Kt, v. wn. W)H m. K^H f. (pi. m. nan on ; f em . n ?5, ]•}. [the latter only with prefixes]; see these words), pron. of the 3rd ps. sing., he, she, used also (in both genders) for the neuter it, Lat. is, ea, id. (The K is not ortho- graphic merely, but radical, being written on Moab. and Ph. inscriptions, though dropped in some of the later dialects. [In Heb. only Je 29 s3 Kt, and in the pr. n. »»^f.] Moab. (MI 6 - 27 ) and Ph. (often) Nn ; Aram, of Zinjirli Wl, once W (DHM lMchr - Ton Send » ch,r " w ) ; S MWI, WH, Syr. oot, «5; Ar.Jjt, <Ja (for hii'a, hl'a, W SG1M ); Eth. (D-X-f: fiht: we'etu, ye'etl; perh. also As. sd, Si, himself, herself, suff. su, Si, cf. demonstr. suatu, siati (v. Kraetzschmar BAS.I.SB & reffij W SQ98.105 J)] J Mb. 57) J n the Pent., Kin is of common gender, the fem. form K*n occurring only 11 times, viz. Gn 14 2 20 5 38 25 (v. Mass. here), Lv n 39 i3 10 - 21 i6 3 ' 2o' 7 2 1 9 Nu 5 1314 . The punctuators, however, sought to assimilate the usage of the Pent, to that of the rest of the OT, and accordingly wherever ton was construed as a fem. pointed it "in (as a Qre perpetuum). Outside the Pent, the same Qre occurs 1 K 17 16 Is 30 33 Jb