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Vbr less, or inanimate : a. + ace. loc, Josiah to Jerusalem (t£?*n;) 2 Ch 35 s4 (VJ»»?J1 in || 2 K 23 30 ); cf. Ze 5 10 whither are tliese carrying the ephahf "nEfirrriK •pb'lK njK 2 S13 13 . b. carry, tafce, take away,^)lT^» T^VJ Ex 2 9 (E ; on form cf. supr.); also carry away iT3, in his hand, Ec 5 14 ; of the spread of a careless speech Ec 1 o 20 fowl of the heavens shall carry the voice (|| -QT TV D^EOSn 7JI3). 4. fig., of influence on character: c. ace. pers. + 3 into: Tr 16™ and he will lead him into a way that is not good (i.e. sinful). 5. a. cause to walk, go, men (i.e. /K^B'J 'BJf) on (?V) the mountains of Israel Ez 3 6 12 (|| V^, n£j3J> Dnb n«ni) ; c f. J^K} JWQDip D2nS Lv 26 13 anal / caused you to walk upright (fig.; opp. to being bowed down by a yoke); Is 63 12 that caused his glorious arm to go at (?) the right hand of Moses. b. cause to flow, run Ez 32 14 and rivers like oil will I cause to flow. c. cause to depart, retire, go back, ' the sea, Ex 14 21 (3 instr., DHij nro). TTJ 777 n.m. traveller (properly a going, journey, whence wayfarer, traveller) only •ve>yn Bhj(j> J|5>n (to$ 2 S 12 4 (||i? N3n mfcr;, i? ton sran);— in MT 1 S 14 26 eo-n iftn, 'n must be cstr. & = flowing, or dropping (of honey), but rd. rather tfrl ® The Klo We Dr (& TO^ for BO^ q. v., © We Dr). ttlpTn] n.[m.] step, only pi. sf. f h 1 a HOnS OvH Jb 29 s when my steps were batlted in cream (>"IBn — nxon) hyperb. of abundance, wealth. T [rC' vH J n#4 " a g°i n gi way, travelling- company, sf. onybrt Na 2 6 Qr (Dnaipn Kt) ; elsewh. only pi., cstr. rVo^n +68™, so Pr 31 s7 Qr (np5w Kt), niabn Hb 3 6 ', nb<?n Jb 6 19 ; sf. T^rt! r" 68 25 ;— 1. tjomgr, watt, a. Na 2 6 <Aey «AaW stumble in their going ; elsewh. ^[.goings: b. Jf dS 2 *' 25 of going, marching, progress of God into the sanctuary (KH.P3; so Hup Pe Che; Ew Hi De in holiness) ref. either to solemn pro- cessions of worshippers (e.g. De) or, perh. bet- ter, to the theophanic progress of God himself (e.g. Che); also C. of goings=a'om^s n|BW rin , 3 'H Pr 3 1 27 watching the doings of her house- hold; of God Hb3 6 ii> D^iV ni3?q ways of eternity (al. of old) are his. 2. travelling-company, caravan N3I? nb'bq Jb 6 19 (|| *&} fittT^. t["it7nQ] n.m. 1 * 82,6 walk, journey, going (late); cstr. ^TO Ez 4 2 4 + 2 t.; sf. p!>no Ne 2«; pi. O'ajj.TD ZC3 7 ;— 1. watt 'of 10 cubits' breadth before the chambers ' in Ezekiel's tem- ple Ez 42 4 (cf. Da). 2. journey fr. Bab. to Jerusalem Ne 2"; of dimension of Nineveh, a journey of three days Jon 3" i.e. diameter or length, cf. v 4 ; (ace. to Herodot T,M one day's journey =150 stadia, = length of Nineveh ace. to Diod" 3 ). 3. pi. goings, i.e. free access (VB)Zc 3 7 . T[r01,nnJ n.f. procession, only pi. J"lb?nFi Ne 12 31 of thanksgiving-processions at dedication of wall. tl. [1] vb. shine (ace. to Thes al.= II. ??n (splenduit, from sonuit acute, dare, eo Thes; these mngs., however, merely assumed); but v. Lag 01 " 19 * sub foil.; cf. Ar. Ji begin to shine, J^U new moon; As. ellu, bright COT oi°»)_Qal only Inf. sf. 'fth ?y 113 i?i13 Jb 20 3 wfien it, viz. his lamp, shone upon my head (cf . Ew * 3 ° 9 c ) , fig. of God's favour. Hiph. Impf. ?nj Jb 3 i 2 «, 3 fs. ?nn Jb 41 10 ; 3 mpl.

  • ?P Ig 13 10 ; — flash forth light, of heavenly

bodies, -»«=«*» Jb 3 i 2 " (|| »B*i Tg ryv) ; gq . ace. cogn. D";iK Aw t6 tg$H?M D?0#n '3313 I s

10 (||^0 W", & W* W^b pr); also 

of crocodile "nK ?nn Vrt^BJj Jb 4 1 10 At* sneez- ings flash forth light (shining water-drops). T?7VT n.m. appell. shining one, epith. of king of Babylon, V*tQ ' n D ^ 9?W ¥• Is 14' 2 how art thou fallen, shining one, son of dawn I i. e. star of the morning. (Cf. As. mustilil, epith. of (Venus as) morning-star IIIR57 M Opp ,A8lm ' 448 Schr 8KW4 - 837 COT* dl< ' ,! -) til. [7/H] vb. be boastful, Pi. praise (Ar. Ji shout, both in joy & (if conject. of No KS be right, v. cit. infr.) in terror ; esp. 11. in formula of worship ; Syr. Pa. ^i£o» cecinit, laudavit ; cf. NH wn praise, ?.?n id., Ilallel (^113-118); Aram. Kw'n marriage-song, &c. ; on As. aldlu, shout for joy, rejoice v. Lyon 8 "*""" teiW 66 (Cjlinder, 1. 36) a J g0 ^yJ nc Jjl eI .8»IJOIlt«>t<l 134. 1. 1H ; 166, i. U9 K g«. i. 36 ; so. i. im . ^i var i a tions of cry aloud, cf. Nb ZMG1887,7ffl BS 8 *"- 411 ; perh. orig. break through, or out (in a cry), cf. We Bk "~ , " L " r "-- p - "»; comp. also (ace. to Prat Bi8lai91 ) Eth. i -ff 7WArt: implore (cf. Amhar. Tigr.), & avUA: swear)— Qal Impf 2 mpl.&nn ,/, 75 s ; Pt-°7^ f 5«+2t.;— be boastful ty$j* V 75 s (!!"'•