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nn stantly in prophets : Ho i 1 Mi i 1 etc.; esp. Je & Ez: Je i 41113 2 1 i3 8 + ; Ez 3 16 6 1 7 1 h**** '"

18 + ; so also abs. HJB KB^n njn Is i 4 =» in the 

death-year of king Ahaz came this utterance; also sq. ft? J W H30D D'By *}p9 Gn 17 16 (P), 3B0 nw D>ia bnpi 35" (p), tvw rw SO Je 30 21 (flKJC to"^D); "lay-HO iTil bbri ISyn b« 3B> bin] Ec 3 20 all came from the dust, 4' all return unto the dust; J"IND bi"!3 fjXp W niS3^f n 2c 7 12 . 2. become: a. sq. pred. noun (to be viewed as implicit accus. Dr* 161 ' 3 "-, ac- cording to the Arab, usage ¥""■1"*") : 'rrb? DX npjn KW Gnf (J) i< was sA« that became the mother of all living; ?3n WJ no™ nafc njn |£1 |N2f np 4 2 (J) and A&eZ 6e- came a shepherd of flocks, while Cain became a tiller of ground; 2 S 8" Mi 2" + oft. b. sq. pred. adj. Gn 3 8 7 Ex 36" + ; cf. Gn 37 20 let us see what his dream will become (turn out to be, signify) ; O. become like (?), D'nbxs CUTW Gn 3 s and ye shall become like gods cf. v 22 , Nu n 1 (JE), H02 1 7 11 Iso 18 1K7 8 Zc 9 7 + ; cf. Gnis 6 so (H3) shall thy seed become; specif, of likeness in punishment Is I 9 I S 17 s6 -!-; also with 3 repeated |H33 DV3 njftj Ho 4 9 and the people shall become like the priest (lit., and the like of the people shall become the like of the priest), so esp. Is 24 s (6 pairs of words as above); n^ill VBH3 PTO Gn 1 8* (J), v. 3. b+cGn 27" his hands had become like the hands of Esau his brother, hairy, d. sq. pred. + p pers. *nTW f j'lK-faS TV$* Gn 24 s1 (J) and let her become wife to the son of thy lord, 1 S 1 6 21 1 K 1 1 " f 89 42 1 Chi8 6 +; = be instituted, establislied, iTHl D^ITpn Dnb Ex 30 21 (P) and it shall be established for tliem as a 2>erpetual ordinance (cf. f infr.). e. sq. ) pred. : njn t?aj!) DlNin WJ Gn 2 7 (J) and the man became a living soul; i"iy3~l8<p HJTB D'tWl Gn 2 10 (J) and it became four heads; D$T7W KVITM Gn 48" (J) he too shall become a jmple; D^JSp Vnl 1 S 4' and become (shew yourselves to be) men (||1p}nnn; cf. with double b, f infr.); Zp i 13 Ez 17* 47 12 Jb 16 8 ; jnarrba-by ?ibop "• rrrn Zc 14 9 ; "nil rob *n)l tGn 49 15 Jos 16 10 ; so oft.; also in sense of turn into, be changed so as to become, 'H'l K*njp Ex 4 3 and it became a serpent, v 4 7 10 Is I 22 Dt26' + ; fig. tteb WJ Jos 7 6 and j"< (their heart) turned to water, so J3N? ,Tn NIDI 1 S 25 37 ; or, serve as fniKOp Vnl Gn I 15 (P) ano? they shall become (fulfil the function of, serve as) luminaries, cf. v"; nna nixb HJTJJ Gn 9 13 17" (both P). f. oft. c. b pred. + b pers.: Dnb Wn (5**p n J?p n Gn ii 3 (J) and </te &wc£s became (served as) stone for them; HE'Nb , b , nni Gn

12 (E) cf. 24 67 (J) + , ... nbarn nbnp nrvirn 

d^P J 1 ??/ 1 ';>?b Nu 3 6"; nbaxb Dnbi *jb n;ni6 !l (P), Ex 2 10 15 2 Ju 8 s7 ; C'ribsb »b '" rrrn Gn 28 21 (E); jab »p-rw kvt] axb ib rwi$ -jk 1 ch 1 7 3 + ; = shew or prove oneself as b?n"|3p y~ iTn 1 S 1 8 17 shew thyself for me a valiant man (cf. 1 S 4° e supr.) ; = be instituted, established (cf. e supr.) Dbiirprip vjab*. jinsb r$n) Ex 2 9 28 and & shall be instituted for Aaron and his sons as a perpetual ordinance; cf. v 9 Lv io IS ; HIT"! Drnib Dbiy rarpb Dnn^o Dnb n'nb Ex 40* (all P). g . with by and b 1 s 2 2 2 n'e>b nrpby »nq and lie became over them prince, h.. sts. c. p pers. only = become the property of, come into the possession o/*0) iparjNS ib"-,T1 Gn 1 2 16 (J), and he came to have flocks and herds etc., 26 14 30 43 ; IHjn iViT £> sb Gn 38 s not his should the seed become; v Hjni J u n 31 it shall become Yah- weh's; Dtio 9 Jos 1 3 s9 1 Kio 26 n 3 + offc.; so of a woman, as wife ^p W^nn Jui5 2 ^way to /ter J«co?ne thine, cf. also inynob (te^ DB>K »iT» I4 20 , H03 3 Eui 13 Lv2i 3 Dt24 2 Je 3 ' Ezi6 8 (and also+ ne»Kb, tTBOp v . f supr.) III. Be (often with subordinate idea of becoming); — 1. exist, be in existence (i.e. orig. liave come into existence), H^n T^X D'Ojrrbs 1 S i 28 all the days which he shall have been (lived, = , n Gn 5 6 etc., cf. Dr Sm ), Jb 3 16 , Is 23 13 ; oft. c. a loc. H x ? nj£ ffJB niiffn ryib bbi Gn2 5 (J) and there was not yet in the earth any shrub of the field; '131 STN Hjn «b nVs31 Nu 26 s4 (P) and among them there was not a man to be found, etc.; also VjnNI Vfify Wnn Qi>3 njn «bl Jos io 14 ( JE) <fc tJiere hath not been a day like that before it nor since, cf. 2S14 25 1 K18 5 2i 25 23 s5 Ne I3 M + ; somewhat weaker, in the freq. introductory clause B^K , !T! now there was a man Ju 1 3 2 1 S 1 ' 9 1 Nu 9« (P), Jb 1 ' + ; on .THK IK'S n^riK Ex 3 14 v. niiT, 2. abide, remain, continue (with word of place or time) 1H3 HB*0 T1 Ex 24 18 and Moses remained in the mount forty days, etc., so 34 28 (both JE), JU17 412 1S6 1

K11 20 2K n 3 =2 Ch 22 12 +; alsoLv22 27 
5 28 (both H), etc.; sq. ^ temp, remain until 

Dt22 2 iK ii 40 2K15 6 2Ch5" 26 s1 Dm 2 ' etc.; cf. Dbirb IW Wn Ec 3 14 ; so also of space