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rrn

rm cl.), 2 9 25 (E), 38" (J, both 3 temp.) v 29 (3 Pt.),

S i3 10 (3Inf.); also 2 S i 2 'i3 36 1 5 s2 (circumst. 

cl.) 2 K 2' 11 (id.), 3 M , 13" (circumst. cl.). (d) rarely ^l (in this sense) sq. other constructions: RR IN 1 E 9 10 (c nspD); Impf. frequentat. 14 s8 ( c . tfcrno), 2 K 4 8 (c. nay "!!«?) j e 36° (c. 3 Inf.); Pf. consec. frequentat. 2CI124 11 (c. 3 temp.). (2) rarely also Pf. c. ) conj. <VJ}) (cf. Dr ' 133 ) sq. Impf. consec. as subj. cl. : 1S1" (c. several circumst. cl.), io 9 (c. 3 Inf.) 2 K 3 10 (id.), 1 S 17 48 (c. '?), Je 37" (c. 3 Inf.), Am f (c. DX temp.); also Je 3' (appar. c. I? causat., but obscure); I S 13 22 (c. 3 temp.) is foil, by N->1 & Pf. as well as Impf. consec. "b. less oft. njni Pf. consec. and it shall come to pass, or frequentat., came to pass (repeatedly, etc.) usu. (a) sq. simple Impf. (c. 100 t.): a. c. 3 temp. Dt2i w 25"+37t., (esp. WHO Di»3 Ho 2 1833 Is 7 18 - 21 - a + 2 1 1.); j3. c. 3 loc. Ez 47° Zc 13 8 cf. also Ho 2 1 (ifN Dipt33,'but perh.= instead of, cf. VB); y. c. indef. rel. cl., or its equiv. (» indef., etc.), cf. Dr* ,a ' w * 1 : Gn 4 14 NuifDtu" 18 19 J0S7" 15 Ju7 4 1S2 36 17 25

Sis 35 1 Ki9 17 20 6 Is4 3 24 18 Na3 7 Je27 8 42 4 

Ez47'Zci4 17 Jo3 5 ; 8. c. l^ 3 NU33 56 Dt28 ra Jos 23" Ju 7 17 Is 29 s Je 31 28 Zc8 13 ; e. less often with other modif. phr.: 3 Inf. Ex 33 s - 9 (both frequentat.), Jos 3 13 8 8 Je 25" 51 63 ;

Inf. Gn 9 14 (P) 2 K 4 10 Ez 44"; DN condit. 

I)t 20" ( + v" Dr 5118n ), also Jos 22 18 , where the arrangement is peculiar, & the condit. is expressed without DN (cf. Dr' 155 ) ; ? temp. Dt

12 ; yw? Is 23"; co.a Is 65 s4 ; tehna vin no 

Is 66*, etc. (6) n^ni'sq. Pf. consec. (c. 85 1.): a. most often + cl. c. ^ temp. Gni2 12 46 s3 (both J) Ex i 10 (E) Dt 1 1 29 Is 8 21 + 25 1,; /3. c. DK Ex 4 89 Nu 15 24 ; Dt ii ,3 + 14 1; also Gn 38 9 Nu 2 1 9 (both frequentat.); y. c. 3 temp. Gn 30 41 (frequentat.) 47 s4 (but cf. 01 Di) Ex i6 s +nt.; 8. c. indef. rel. cl. or equivalent (Dr""*- 1 ): Gn 24 14 Nu io 32 (Dr* 1,8n ) 21 18 Dt 2 1 3 Ju ii 31 19 30 Zc 14 16 ; (. occas. with other modif. phr.: "$& Gn2 7 40 +; ? Inf. Gn 44 3, + ; 3 Inf. Ex 3 f+ ; fl» a S 14 26 ; 3pV causat. Dt 7 12 ; also (c) sq. NP1 + simple Impf. Ex 3 21 (c. "3 temp.), (d) fTPO sq. Imv. (very rare) Dt 6 10 (c. "3 temp.), 1S10 7 (c. '?), cf. 29 10 , cf. Pf. consec. in command 1 S3 9 (c. DN). («) IJfJI sq. simple Pf. (also very rare) Dt8 19 (c. DK). (/) HVil sq . cl. without vb.: Gn 24" Jos 2 19 1 K 18 24 (all c. indef. rel. modifier, or equiv., v. (a) y, (b) 8, supr.). (a) HVt () conj.) sq. Impf. consec. v. a. (e) supr. II. Come into being, become: — 1. a. abs., in lively narrative, arise, appear, come 'iTlpl nyu niJVS Ex i 2 30 (J) and there arose a great cry 'in Egypt ; HjrWl Ez i» (del. Co cf. Da), 37 7 (del. bp © Co); nnnn npjn '9 Ex8" (J) Pharaoh saw that respite had come; Mi 7 4 now shall come their confusion ( || NU) ; also of con- crete objects f$9 nj^n nnv,} Gn 9" (P) and the bow shall appear in tfe clouds (||nriS"!31); 13 nn;n tfo msq Ex 16 s4 (P) and worms did not appear in it; of condition or action begun & continuing, as: famine Gn 12 10 26 11 (all J), 41 64 (E), Ru i 1 2 S 21 1 2 K 6*; strife Gn 13" (J), Hbi 3 (||S^ piD); oft. of action of the elements, as the coming of hail Ex g mMM (all J), thunder & lightning, etc., Ex 19" (E), rain 1 K I8 4 *, storm Jon i 4 ; esp. of creative fiats 1i« W Tfc W Gn i 3 let light appear, and light appeared, c f. y 581319 - 23 - 31 (all P); also arise, come on the stage or scene, 15BB' TPT V'lnttt Ju 3 31 and after him arose Shamgar (=OiJJl io 1 ); further .Til no'jjn Gn 15 17 (JE) and darkness came on; OJIJ "ipan Ex 1 o l3 (J) the morning came, 1 9 16 (E) ; D'l'n W + 1 S 1 4 ana" theday came, when (v.Dr),i4 1 2K 4 81118 Jbi 6 - ,3 2 I . b.sq.prep.: 3, terWp« OTj Gn 37 s7 (J) 6w< owr Aand, Ze« it not come upon him, of hand of' 1 S 5 9 7 13 1 2" + (all in hostile sense); tH* "iEte"^=3 * n3"13 'm Gn 39 s (J) and the blessing of* came into (on) all that he had; but also of plague Exi2 l (P); sq. ^5?, H??"^ *9 ^>W! V Gn 7 10 (J) that the waters of the flood came upon the earth; Hib WJ ^y Gn 42 s6 (E) Gn 9 2 (P) fear shall come upon, cf. 35^ (P) 2 Ch 14 13 17 10 20 29 + ; of wrath Jos 22 20 1 K 3 s7 ; so of Saul's evil spirit fr. God 1 S 16" 23 19 9 fa); but sq. ?y also in good sense * D , " , 1 V? , ™j 1 l conferring strength & efficiency Ju 3 10 1 1" (rrn=r6x Ju i4 6 + oft.), cf. Nu 24 s (JE) of prophetic power; (on * i: v)]) "nril 2 K 3 15 Ez 3 s2 and the like, vid. T); wby nrcn wrbx n: Ezr 8 31 , so f 80 18 ; even It? B*^"^ '^1 2 S 1 2 30 and t'< (the crown, niDy) ca?ne (i.e. was put, set) on David's head',- with a diff. mng. nnany Dn-'jjy njn» ny^.l 2 S 1 1 23 and «/e were close upon them even to the gateway (cf. We Dr); come, go, follow (sq. ,_ !D^) i.e. take the side of, adhere to, Ex

3 2 (JE) 1S12 14 2S2" 

r6 21 ; sq. k ofblessingsGn49 M (poem); of judgment, punish- ment Je 40 3 ; esp. ->K • • • ">3T *iV and the word of . . . came unto: word of Samuel 1 S 4 1 ; usually word of God (or '<) Gn 15 1 1 S ^'"-p; con-