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etc.; of land Gn 22 ! (E) 2 4 4 10 (J) 36" (P) Jos 2 2" (D), etc.; of city Gn2 2 19 (K) 1 S 9 10 Jon 3 3 , etc.; of house Gn 24 M (J) Ec 7"; house of God Ec 4 17 ; of people Ex 1 9 10 (E) etc. ; in other designations of place, Jos 8 9 (JE), Ezr io 6 Ru 2", etc.; also sq. ?K = against, of military expedition: Ju I 10 against Canaanites ; a city Ju 9 1 1 K 22" = 2CI118 514 ; also sq. ?N of individual persons Gn 26 126 (both J), 4 1 66 (E) 2 K 6 s " 5 22"= 2Ch34 M Je4i 14 + ; once with implic. coire cum femina Am 2 7 (cf. N13 1 e, p. 98); vid. esp. C£fQ3 bvrb» $$ Jb 3 4 a of judicial inquiry by God; come unto the speaker Nu 22 i6.37 (both JE), unto the one addressed Is 60 14 . (b) rarely sq. "55 unto (Je K Ez) c. n?3 1 K 20 43 , rrYB> 1 K 2 s6 ( + acc. loc), cf. "ffc 53"?y Je i 7 , ae* nw "f"!pJ! Ez i 12 (of the nn ; c f. "wi-^ iTOE> nw v 20 ); also Tjlpin 'JJfTB^I ?y }.?in W1 2815"°=/ am going I know not wliere cf. Lag P«lt.Hten»n. 1874. 156 1 Dr 8m. y f urt l ier J e 36 (sq. both ?J? & ?K ; on confusion of ?K and ?y vid. these words) ; sq. ?y against city I K 2 2 6 , king 2 Ch 2 2 5 . (c) sq. "11? as far as, unto, place n'3-iy Gn 2 2 5 (E), cf. 1K12 30 (tt^l Q ny inxn *jt? nyn), 2 k 6 2 io 25 7 16 cf. 2 Ch

s ; persons 1 S 9 s . (d) sq. ?, to a land 1 K 10° 

etc.; a city 2 Ch 8 17 ; a mountain 1CI14 42 ; a bamah 2 Ch i 3 ; cf. l"l3 Kfc»? 1 Ch 4 s9 & v. infr.; also before n.pr. of pers. Gn 24 56 (J); further HkJT^ Ez 7' 4 ; Da^n^pi) Ex e* (J) go to your burdens cf. Is 60 3 , bnto|> nj^nn ttyfQ rninrn Ne I2 38 <Ae second thanksgiving choir, that went tlie opposite way; frequently 1311? etc., go (to, on) one' sway Gn 19 2 (J) 32 2 (E) Nu 24 s5 Jos 2 16 (both JE) Ju 18 26 1 S i 18 26 23 + ; VypO? Gm 3 3 (j) ; cf. rytrxmb ^ n ? Hbi 6 '^ marcheth through the breadth of the land (of invader) ; note esp. in sense of depart to, go away to, almost = return to; 'pjnio JjDpnl Dt 1 6' and thou shall go (back) to thy tents, so Jui9 6 2o 8 1K8 66 i2 16 = 2 Chio 16 ; ta'ap 1S10 26 cf. 14 8 23 18 1 K 14 12 1 Ch 16 43 ; ioipop 1 S 2 20 (cf.VBDr) 14 46 ; v. also go away or off 'to 1 CI14 42 2 Ch 8 17 . (e) sq. 3 into rT7B>3 Nu 2 2 a (of Balaam's ass) ; esp. in 'a^B 'n go into captivity Am 9 4 Na 3 10 Dt 28 41 Je 20 6 22 s2 30 16 La i 18 (="3C* 'n v') cf. Ez 3 o ,718 Is46 2 48" n^33'n Je48" EZ25 3 ; v. also ni3?33 'H Is45 16 ; n ?^ t ? a ' n 1 S 17 13 ; 3^ip3 'H 2 S 1 7" (but v. Dr). (4) go from, depart from, sq. JO, e.g. 1 K 2 4 ', etc., DE*I? GU42 26 (E)

K 19"; cf. 

v10 }7K HJK f 139 7 ; note esp. iT5?° ^ "* W& Ju6 JI cf. 1 S M 17 (uoyo), Ho 9 6 ptSto, _/ro»i destruction); also sq. J"IKD of divorced woman Je 3 1 (ifKD), c f. also Gn 26 31 (J), Jos 22" (1 P) ?XNn 1 K 20 38 . (5) c. prep, denoting other relations:— a. flK of accom- paniment, , riN'n(onwarlikeexpcdition)Gni4 24 cf. 2 S 15 11 Jos io 24 Ju i 3 (sq. 3 into), •j**, v. also 1 S23 23 2Si6 17 +. 0. by JU4 8 - 8 -'-' 7 4 11 8 iS 3 o 2222 2Si9 26 Nu22 13,4 (JE) + . y. 3 with (cf. 3 III. 1, p. 89), esp. Ex io 9 , cf. Ho 5" 'mK tfe^ Vfa D-Jijaa^ Ditto), of vain sacri- fices; 2 Ch 30 6 the runners went with (3) letters. 8. 3n.i53 in the midst of, Ex 34 s1 (JE).' <. 'JB? in front of, before, before Cyrus Is 45", (cf. of fire & pestilence, infr. 3); of" going before Isr. Ex 13 21 Nu 14", cf. also Ex 23° 32 s4 & (in mng-) 33" (*& Vit), v u , Is 52", with which coinp. IP^Sr ?$$ "ttl 58 s ; of other gods Ex 32 128 (all JE); <Q|^ Gn 33 ,3 (J). f. c. inK «,<, a/i!er, follow, persons Gn 37 17 (J) 2 K 7"; nns Gn 2 4 5839 - 61 (all J), Jos 3 3 (D), Nu 16 25 (JE)+; cf. also II. 3 d (going after false gods, etc.) ; DTnqW Ex 14 19 (J). ,. *? with sense of dativ. ethic. : iriK^K ^ ^."l Ex 18 s7 (E) and he gat him (betook himself) to his country; ?N »J> t]pX Ct 4 6 / will get me unto; ^p"n3p31 1 S 26" and let us be gone, cf. v 12 , Ct 2" (of rain cf. infr. 3); Imv. in same con- struction: ?K v~?l? Gn2 2 2 (E) get thee unto, D3?nN!3 D3^> «p Jos 22 4 (D) also f» lb-Tib Gn 1 2 1 (J), & =1?~ , ?P Ct2 1013 get thee away, come away. 6. adverbial phrases of manner c. prep. : (a) 3, OSbyz'n go in peace Gn 26 31 (J) 1 S29 7 zSj"™ 15 9 ; x™ n ^ 3 *?7 C 132 /f1 1 K 1 9 s , ncna 'n

K 5 ,2 ; cf.also 1 S 17 39 Is 52 12 ; fo'ri nhyca 'm 

Zc 9 14 of and he shall go in (or with) storms of the south; 3 pretii, DniB'WS 0*3 phn 2 S 23" who went at risk of their life (otherwise in || 1 Ch 11 19 ) ; cf. (b) *?«, Wtpif 'n 1 K 19 3 he went for his life, (c) 5», n6fii) 'H 1 S 25" go according to her foot, i.e. follow, attend her; tibf*? It? go to, for (in) peace Ex 4 18 (E) Ju i8« 

s i w 2o 13 - 42 2 K 5 19 ; mrb u^h) 2 s 15". 

<c. with adj. or noun, agreeing with subj. of vb., in ace. (Ges' 1185 ), sometimes where Lat. & Eng. use an attributive or appositive : walk bare- foot 2 S 1 5 30 ; walk naked and barefoot Is 20 3 (c. ace. of duration); 131 fni nifcj H^W Is 3 16 ; cf. 1 K 8 M ; also ^Bf ^ }?n t Lv'19 16 (H) </w«*