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S 1 1- 2 K 4 s5 ; notably rb& *]S 2 K # and 

lie went and sent. c. following other verbs : »h »£! Gn 22 19 (E) cf. 24 10 (J) 4 3 8 (J) Nu 16 25 (JE) Ju 4 »; nrtal nyw Gn 33 12 (J). d. esp. as result of action expr. in preced. vb., such as vb. of sending, etc.: t£»l VriKTlK nW?} Gn45 24 (E)cf. Josi 16 (D) 1 S6 8 *Jb38 S5 ; also D*T?«T^ V-1 2 7 21 aw ea ** wwirf */ioK carry him off, and he shall depart; ^ Wghj«J ^ 34 » (title). (Cf. depart also of inanimate things 3 supr.) e. in longer series: obe) rro'1 l£»J 1 S i9 1! ; 3B»1 . . . 3B»i i£*j ym 2 K i9 36 = l8 37 3r ; cf. Nu 24 s5 (JE); tb* 1^1 BJgl Ju 19 10 ; also D$9 ■fcl *35 2 K io 12 . ' f. oft. in Imv. foil, by 2nd Imv. or equiv., (1) y np_ 7|S Gn 27 13 (J) go, bring me (them), cf. Ho I 2 ; W] '3? Gn 29' (J) </o, feed (them), cf. 37 14 42 19 Ex 4 19 + (in all c. 57 t.; only JED in Hex); but also (2) weakened to mere introductory word (as also supr. passim: esp. 2K3' etc.), go to, or come, do (let us do) go & so; JV13 ""IO"! 3 ? n ?? Gn3i 44 come, let us make a compact, cf. i"D? npJW 19 s * (where subj. fem.); Tcife O^ 1 g 9 » come. am<i 7e< us go, so v 10 , n 14 Is 2 3 =.Mi 4 2 , cf. Zc6 7 + ; even nn|>EW S3 ^ 2 K 5 s go to, come, and let me send, cf. Is 22 15 26 20 Ez 3 4 ' 11 ; further Ju 19 1113 I S 9 5 1 K I 12 yjr 34 s + (in all c. 49 t.; only JE in Hex). (3) apparently intermediate, and shewing transition fr. (1) to (2) are : THlJp Ex 19 24 32' cf. Ju 18 2 ; ViD «b "1 1 S 15 6 ; nn? nby ib Ex 33 1 ; O^Wjrn op H.?? Jos 18 8 & nS-)K >N3 o£ Gn47 17 cf. i S 2 2 6

K i 13 2 K 7»; v. further n}30 n»b R u i 8 & 

,pb nj3E> v 12 ; also zSfiK i 9 16 - 20 + (in all c. 36 t.) ' IX. Fig.; the most common uses follow; in most the origin in a literal meaning is evident : 1 1. pass away, die; in phrases denoting or implying death (cf. Ar. iiLLa perish); H??"^ 3 ^Hl 3 D ^? $TJ ^<$ ™.™ Jos 23 14 (D) lo, I am going to-day the way of all the earth cf. i K 2 2 ; perh. also Gn 15 2 ( JE) / pass away childless, but possibly sub 2 infr.; also 2 S 1 2 a I am going (JRH '3N) to him

S 12 23 ; so of mankind N3 lil] ^frl 1^ Ec I 4 ; 

more explicitly, njn S>bn nn« D*i'po-^K jjjtti b'3r -Byrriw yff b'3r) -iayn jd EC3 20 cf. 6 6 ; also nee* ijb'n nnwt -©ta Fine's 9'°, & Dnxn |Jh toSty rvs-bx 12 6 ; cf. WNI ^x ontas T ^39 14 before I depart and be not; so ace. to some 2 Ch

1 20 but cf. infr. 3 a (2); once with weaker 

sense sq. inf., n«b ^Mn "OiK ran Gn 25^ (J). 2. fee ('watt'), in general (cf. Pi. Hithp.) (usu. poet., with modifying words): K^S ?|.;>N" , 3 n J?p!? V' 23 4 though I walk in a valley of deep darkness; cf. 138 7 & r&n -jbtf Jb 29 3 ; 1b» Tip + 42 10 ; D*?#J 'n Is 50'°, v.'also Ez 3 14 ; perh. also Gn 15 2 cf. 1 supr.; ^JT^f ^TO °f! f 84 s </tey </o yro?re strength to strength; DfiS 7|7in n 9 3 . ^1?. Pr 10 9 ; esp. 3. of moral and religious life; n^T^ Pris 21 he maketh straight to walk (walketh straight, upright); partic. a. walk in (3) ways (counsels, statutes, etc.), (1) in good sense: (a) D^OTl ^713 Tl yf, 101 6 , cf. Is 30 21 Je 6 16 1 K 8 X = 2 Ch 6 s7 ; (0) in (?) ways of % esp. D : Dt 8 6 (|| 'ink TSfff) cf. 10 12 ,

22 (|| '""hn n3nsij e tc), 28' (|p riiro npe>) ; 

v. also I3 13 +; 1 K 11 33 (sq. rffe>}&),' v 38 (sq. n^) 2 K 21 s3 ^ "9 3 128 1 ; vnrrita i s 2 3 = Mi 4 2 ; further (sq. tfJJ) Ju 2 17 ; (y) fin com- mandments of 2 Ch 17 4 ; (a) in his law(s) (rnta) Ex i6 4 - 14 (J) 2 K io 31 Je 9 12 44 23 (+np)n3 & rrnj?3), 2 Ch 6 16 Dn 9 10 , cf. Ne io 30 (of B'nlW); (e) tin his ordinances, statutes (flipn) Lv 26 3 1 K 6 12 Je 44 1023 (v. supr.), Ez 5 6 '- 7

20 18 917 2o 131619 - 21 , cf. D«n nipna 33 ' 6 ; a i so 

"i?n3 1 K8 6 ' Ez 11 12 36 s7 ; (C) fin his judg- ments (D'tpEBT?) f 89 31 Ez 37 24 ; (,) tin ordin- ances of David 1 K 3 3 , cf. also infr. ; (0) in way(s) of good man 1 S 8 35 2 Ch 2 1 12 , of David 2 Ch 1 1 17 34 2 , of David & Sol. 1 7 3 . (2) in bad sense, (a) in (evil) ways c. 3 2 K 21 21 Ez 16 47 23 31 2CI122 3 ; cf. also(prob.)2Ch2i a> ^3T]b'l rntsn and he lived undesirably (cf. © 93 Kmp Ot); > others he departed (died) unregretted, so AV RV; (0) sq. ace. 2K21 21 Je 18 15 (ni3'ri3 '."I); ( y ) c . adverb, ace. HB tVKfyj Tjbin Pr 6 12 one walking in perversity (falseness) of mouth (cf. Tlipnir Is 33 15 ) ; (5) in (3) ordinances, statutes (Dipn) of bad men Lv 1 8 3 20 23 (both H) 2 K 17 819 Ez 2o' 8 (Wf). b. walk with (HI*, DJ?) i.e. associate, be familiar with: Di?K'3 'W 1H "riE"p31 Mai 2 6 m peace and uprightness he walked with me ('"); T^tf ? n ?^ H|5 Mi 6 8 ; but also of people at variance with '■> H» nay nns^m Lv 26 s3 cf. v 27 - 40 ; & of '•> at variance with people 1| ")i?3 D3By . . . 'RSpnl v 24 cf. v 28 (all H); with men, D^nTlK Pr if>'; yen *#$ DJJ Jb 34 8 ; cf. walk with (DV) vanity Jb3i 6 . c. waZ/i: 4e/or« '" (" »JB?; c. HDN3 DS^-bs etc.) 1 K 2 4 3 6 S 2325 9 4 2 Ch 6 16 7 17 cf.