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mrr

irNin" 1

28 I7 20 - 2 ' i Ch 2 1 17 22 7 2 Ch 2 3 6" Ezr 7 s9 9 6 

f f A 13 4 i8 M 30 s13 3 5 M 40' 104 1 io 9 M Is 25 1 Je 3I 18 Dn 9 4a) Jon2 7 Hab i 12 Zc n 4 13 9 14 5 . g. with rfvfy* Is 60 9 Je 2 1719 3 13 Mi 7 10 Zp 3 17 . h.. with D'il/K, probably always due to later editors, or to a Qr which has crept into the text Gn 2 4b — 3 s3 (J, 20 1. either DTO inserted by R p as Di De ; or RUT inserted by J in an older source); Ex 9 30 (J, but not in © Sam. ; Sam. mrr TIN; possibly MT from earlier Qr, & Sam. from later Qr); 2S7 2225 (© HW »nn and iCh 17 20 - 23 only ROT); 1 Ch i7 16 - 17 (but 2 S 7 1819 mrr yiK) 1 Ch 28 20 29 1 2 Ch i 9 6 41 - 41 - 42 26 19 (but in the original ^132" stood niiV (so -§), or else no divine name); ^72'* (the late doxology) 84 12 (but it makes the line too long) ; Jon 4 6 . For the combinations with other divine names see those names. 2. the phrase fTtfft ^K is noteworthy: — a. after 1DK either alone Ex 6 2!!9 (P) or before relative and other clauses: Gn 28 13 (J) 15 7 (R) Ex 6 6 (P) with tpnbto Ju 6 10 Ez 20 5 . b. after '3 J)T (a) Ex 7 17 8 18 10 2 (J); Ex 7 5 14 418 (P); 1 K 20 1 " 8 Je24 7 Ez 6 7 + 48 1. Ez ; (/3) with Qyrbtt Ex 6 r 16 12 Dt 2 9 6 (P) Ez 20 20 Jo 4 17 ; (y) with WWlfej Ex 2 9 46 (P) Ez 28 26 34 30 39 22 - 28 ; (8) before re- lative and other clauses Is 45 3 4 9 23 - 26 6o 16 Ez 7 9 i7 24 2i 10 22 22 35 12 36 36 ; (*) with various forms of trip Ex3i 13 (P)Ez20 12 37 28 3 9 7 ; (flwith vrm Ez 5 13 1 7 21 , cf. * ^K IB-K WT. Ez 20 26 . c. after 'S in various combinations Lv n 44 ' 45 Nu 35 s4 (P), Lv 20 726 2i 816 - 23 22 16 24 K 25" 26' 44 (all H); Ex 15 26 (E) Is 41 13 4 3 3 61 8 Jet) 23 Ez 12 25 2 1 4 Zc io 6 Mai 3 6 . d. emphatic Ex 6 8 .45 2.3.8.30.31.33 (allP); Lvi8 5 - 6 - 21 19* I2 12 LV26 245 NU 3 13 .16.18.28.30.32.37 , , 12 j 2 MA30.31.3S ( aU JJ) Is43 15 ; with Dn ,| n^sEx2 9 46 ; with^n^Xls48 17 ; with D3'n^Lv2 3 43 25 38 ' 55 Nuio 10 i5 41 - 41 (P)Lvi8 2 - 4 - 30 ^2.3.4.10.25.31.34.36 2Q 24 ^22 ^13 ^ H) Ez 20 719 Jo 2*; with B>3EB Lv20 8 2 2 932 (H), with W31 Nui4 K (P) Ez5 15 + (ut. Ez); with clauses IS 27 3 4 I 417 42 68 4S *-MJUM"1 6q 22 J e , 7 10 32 27 Ezi4 4M 34 M ; t m ' T ^ is used in the Ten Words Ex20 2 - 5 =:Dt 5 69 cited f 8i" Ho 12 10 13 4 ; elsewhere only Ex 4 11 (J) Is 43 11 44 s4 51 15 . 3. HIIT is also used with several predicates, to form sacred names of holy places of Yahweh tmrv tm G1122 14 (J); »w nw EX17 15 (E) ufow mn* Ju6 24 upnx mrp Je33 16 (cf. 23 s where it is applied to the Messiah); nSBJ lUfD Ez 48*.— On combinations such as * "WJ, ntaX "> etc., v. "in, K35f, etc. Note.— Bonk ZAWim - m " seems to shew that as prefix, in comp. n.pr., 11T is the oldest and the latest form and that 'f is intermediate, be- longing to the earlier post-exilic period until the time of Chr ; occasional copyists' mistakes being taken into the account. Trr^ n.pr.dei contr. fr. mn first appears in early poems; Ex 1 5 2 rP nnon ^ My strength and song is Yah (cited Is I2 J i// 1 18 14 ), cf. the poetic extract HJ D3 PJJ ~l]=hand to the throne of Yah Ex 17 16 (E), the song of Hezekiah Is 38" (repeated by dittography), !T mr6 t?(tt) (so read in preference to the MT rPrcnpE') =Jlame of fire from Yah Ct 8 6 ; HliT JT3 Is 26 4 (ftVf sustained by Aq and the rhythmical movement, unless it be a mistake for IDt?, cf. f 68 5 ), VKm » f 68 19 . Elsewhere * is used only in late ty, especially in the Hallels, in the phrase fiJ~vXI praise ye Yah ip- 104 35 I05 4S I06 1 - 48 in 1 112 1 ii3'- 9 ii5 18 n6 19 117 2 135'" 1 146 110 147 120 148 114 i4 9 '- 9 150 16 , cf. also ,T bbw 102 19 n> Mrr 115 17 n? bbrm V'iso 6 (v. H*j); in var. other phrases ijr 77 12 8 9 9 9 4 712 1 15 18 n8" i7.i8.i9 I22 4 I30 s , 35 4 N^PP n.pr.m. (prob. contr. fr. MtfrVPss^ is He, cf. P* and reff.; cuneif. /a-w-a COT

K 16 23 2K9 1 (further ! 

Hp( .BAS 1.296. 329 Jag er ">• 468) ; . king of Israel who overthrew the dynasty of Omri (© Elov, A oft. 'V,® L 'lov) i K 1 9 161717 2K 9 2 + 36t. 2K9&10+ 12 2 13 1 14 8 is 12 ;

Ch 22 78 - 9 25 17 Ho i 4 . + 2. prophet of N. 

Israel in time of Baasha & Jehoshaphat (® Elov, A Eiijou © L 'Iou in K ; © 'lou, "Iijo-ou, A ©L 'Iijow in Ch) rKi6'- 7 -' 2 2Chi 9 2 20 34 . t3. one of David's heroes 1 Ch 12 3 (& 'IijovX, © L y lr)o->8). t4. a Judaite 1 Ch 2 s8 - 38 (© 'Itjaovt, A ©L 'Ir/ou). t5. a Simeonite prince 1 Cb.4 3 * (© olros i.e. KWf); A@L 'I>;ou). t TrtS'in, tnNV n.pr.in. ('" hath grasped; © 'ltoaxat, & 'Iwa^af; cf. also ^jC 1 ?, & cuneif. la-u-ha-zi for Ahaz, v. 1HK J and cf. further Jager"* 81 - 4 " 71 )— 1. TH^ king of Judah, son of Josiah 2 K 2f s,M 2 Ch36', = tnK^ v" (appar. = |3nv 1 Ch 3 15 ). 2. TriKin> king of Isr., son of Jehu zKio" 13 ^mmmmm j^i: 2Ch25 17 • 25 = 1^«i , 2K14 1 . 3. triNin^ king of Judah, son of Jehoram of Judah 2 Ch 21 17 25 23 =ln:in« : (ItPS) 2, q.v. 4. triKi' father of flNV Josiah's chronicler 2 Ch 34 s . tvWVP, Vrsi" 1 n.pr.m.@'Ia.<is( is strong, cf. E*N; or /ta<A bestowed, cf. Ar. JLl bestow; Ph. W n.pr.f.; Sab. Otvbtt Hal ,so , h*D1t« Hal 144 , ^0*f Hal 192 , cf. DHM ZMG ,883 ' I6 ) ;— 1. '^ king , nr MBA W 1880. til. ZA 111. S cf. also WJIBV—