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sq. IS? exlmd unto, as far as, Jos 19 10 : of net beneath altar, Ex 2 7 6 shall reach as far as pV) the middle of the altar. 3. with word of locality, be in or at a place, be situated, stand, lie; nlfra DflVna Gn 4" (J) when they were in the field, nbnna'nbqK BB> nnj-f^ Eftf? 1 3 3 (J) the place where his tent had stood at first; ny)2$ rvnn jn«m 34 >» and the land, it lieth before you; cf. Jos 19 1 Ju 7 18 Mi 5 6J ; sq. ?5? be, be found or situated upon Is 30 25 ami there shall be upon every high mountain etc., streams, water-courses; Ez 3 "f' and my dwelling- place shall be over them; fig. of guilt t$ n^ill OW Dt 1 9 10 and blood (-guilt) be upon thee. 4. as copula, joining subj. & pred. : — a. sq. pred. adj. Dnang D1T3B' VH»1 Gn 2 s , iTn tS^naril tins 3 1 , D'^'a Dni'na 34 s5 , TghTW Ipi W 39 6 ; Dt 2 3 l5 'josV Jun 1 Jhi 1 '^ 2 Ch 7 2 ' 1 . b. sq. pred. nounGni 2 9 18 25 3 36 14 40 13 1S17 3442 2S8 10 20 25 1K10 6 2K3 4 5 11 iCh 9 20 n 20 i8 10 26 10 2Chi 3 7 ; hfJ^^enWI^'? 2 Chi 8 s2 (|| 1 K 2 2 33 «n PT*" -I^D-^-"?)-)- ; oft. of age: d'jb' ytrni nja* D-ytfrna D")?$ *$$ Gn J 7' ( p ) 2 K 8' 7 14 2 15 233 18 2 2 Ch 21 20 27 8 + ; sq. pred. Inf. abs. (very anomal.) ->iDri} =]ibn VH D^H] Gn 8 5 ; = amount to, come to, in enum. of days of life, number of people, amounts of money, etc.: Gn 5 .5.8.11.14 „29

29 ii 32 23' + ; Ex 38 s4 Nui 46 , etc. 

C. sq. adv. & adverbial phr.: Q'lSH flVH aitTKb VOp Gn 2 18 (J) it is not good that the man be alone; D^S mii TTftfr Jftrfc hn i8"(J). d. sq. prep.: (a) be with, accompany c. QV, subj. most oft. '* or WTVti with added idea of protec- tion, aid Gn 2 6 3 3I 3 39 10 48 21 Josi 3 6 s Jul" 2 18 1 S3 19 18 12 20 13 1 K i 37 1 Chi i 13 2CI117 3 ; sq. ney Gn 28 20 31 5 35 3 ; sq. D?, human subj., of ac- companiment Cflpfpa? pntr}3 jnbn rvniNe io 39 ;

Ch ii 12 , rd. also in || 2 S 23' (Th We Dr); = 

be on the side of 1 K i 8 ; c. 0)1 also = be near lOrnm |^|-B? njn « :|KJ>M 2S24 16 (cf. Dr); also

S 13 20 implying sexual intercourse, so Gn 39 10 

(perh. gloss, cf. Di); peculiar uses with OV are: ySTfrl JPTO? "J? l?.?K-ia^ 2 S 3 17 and the speech of A. had been with the elders oflsr., cf. I K i 7 ; 71133? 'OK TO 3?b _ Dy W 1 K 8 17 and it was with (i.e. in) the heart of David my father to build, = 2 Ch 6 7 cf. 1 K 8 1818 1 Ch 22 7 2 Ch 6 88 2 4 4 ; also 1 K io 2 = 2 Ch 9'; (6) be with, sq. HK, subj. wrbtt, Gn2i 20 39 221 but also c. human subj. *n?.i?«?"n? vn V331 Gn34 5 , cf. iS29 3 +; (c) sq. b of possessor 'HT? n, ,n D "3 3 Is 5 l a vine- yard hadmy beloved, Gn 30 30 cf. Ex 20'= Dt 5 7 , Ju 18 27 1 S 9 s 1 K 5 8 + oft. (cf. I. 2 d, f. h) ; (rf) sq. ? + other prep.: of boundary On? 'ITl ">Shpj b»?n Jos 13 16 , cf. D^nsO D^35 W v 30 ; fTvo ruiBjr nxs? bttan onb w 18 12 , etc.'; («) sq. a be amon'j, or 0/, Am 1 ' who was one of the herdsmen, 1 K 2 7 let them be among those eating, Pr2 2 26 23 20 . 5. periphrastic conjug. : a. nV7 + pt., of continuous state, or condition, sts., esp. late (cf. NH), of habit, c. 'W also of begin- ning and continuance (cf. Dr ' ,36, <5) ) : pt. act. Gn 39 s2 (J), Ex 3 1 (E), 1 S 2" 7 10 18 9 (cf. Dr) v' 429 2S8 l5 =iChi8 u , Dt 2 8 M IS30 20 iK.5 1 "- 24 2 K 6 5 9 14 2 Ch 9 M Ezr 4 4 Ne i 4 2 13 Dn 1"+ ; Gni 6 (P); "TlS NT njtl i K 18 3 2 K4 1 2 Ch26 l ; pt. pass. Jos io 26 1 K 13 24 22 s5 noj» rrn tjWii naa-ip (|| 2 Ch 18 34 tdjjd rnri), i 8 2 s =Mi 4*. •vup rwj] EZ44 2 , n'^j;? 'n Ne5 18 , 'n vribsb 3,n ^

3 M ;— on 2 S 1 3 32 cf. Dr. b. sq. Inf. c. j> (Dr 

ws "):l??!i njn) Is 5 s and it shall be to burn (is to be, is destined to be burned) etc.; E'BB'n WJ Ni3? Gn 15 12 and the sun was about to set; % !|M "liaD? lyB'n Jos 2 5 aW </t« </a<e was about to be shut; but also »$$ &T$ WJ 2 Ch 2 6 s (nearly =^l + Pt.) tNiph.iy.njn3 1 K i»+6t.+ Mi 2 ' 4 (cf. infr. ad fin.); 3 fs! nn^nj Ju i 9 3 »+ 5 t., WVnj Ex 1 1 6 Je48 19 , nJTriJi C onsec.Ez39 8 + 21 12 (del. B Codd© Co); 2*ms. r^n? Dt27 9 ; 1 s. Wn? DnS 27 ; J°<. fs. Tn? Pr"i3 19 ;— 1. either, be done, be brougld about, or occur, come to pass : in the strong expressions *nta3 IB'X

  • ]?h s6 Wbai '3 ^i> Ex ii 6 (J) a cry such as

hath not occurred (been raised), and will not be again, cf. Dt 4 s2 {be done; || J«i^3), & Ju 19 s0 (|| nnS"13); — but simply intrans. Jo 2 2 Dn 1 2 1 & appar. Ez 2 1 12 ( 1 1 nK3 ; on txt., however, v. supr.) 39 8 (|| id.);— also rofcn nyin nirro na'N j u 20 3 how hath this wickedness been don-ef cf. v ls Je 5 30 48 19 also Ne 6 8 ; c. X?, existence denied '3 «b Zc 8 10 (|| najN); in all the above (exc. Jo 2 2 Dn 1 2 1 & Ez 2 1 n 39 s ) personal agency is clearly implied; it is expressed '3 7]Jon tflN nSD njn -am 1 K i 27 , so of divine agency (**«&) 1 Ki2 24 ^2Chn 4 ; further 6e attained, secured, of wages Zc8 10 (c. »6, || nsrN); njn? nwn p r 13 19 a desire come to pass, realized. 2. be done, finished, gone, only DnVbv n)Tn3 iriS^I Dn 2» and his sleep was finished upon him, i. e. left him (cf. Aram. Dn 6 19 ); Wn? 8 W I came to an end, was exhausted (si vera 1., del. © ; || T 1 V .";?.) ; Q 2