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chh lyb, "B3 inV-n Tt?n ,j, 34 2 continually is his I H^T^f n ^? *V&ft Je5i 41 J (<0 of Moab PS >rai's« m my motrfA (IP" ? n ?!p T ^) cf - 7 1 also inVrn >a kVb> 71 8 , 'n Tr -b 8 i» njysn 'n Ti?ip i'i 9 171 , "a "bt "> 'n i 45 21 (||^>3 ^1 iCHiJ Dt? IK'S.) ; as sung, *owj of praise Wf>} in^nn 106 12 ; D'nV^ nVrtn) r&nn-^eh DT^Wpn Me 1 2 46 ; cf. «*?£*£ 'n ^ 40 4 (appos. Bh? i T0) & Is 42 10 (appos. tk), also 'n ItJKJ Cne^ 33 1 (|| "-3 tf j?«fif OJ2); vid. perh. f 148 14 (Che; yet pee De "VB); note further ""^n 'ri^K ,/, 109 1 ; ^"jr? Tli?rri atW iff 22* inhabiting the praises of Isr.; r&rrn rmarfc|"i>8 BtjVuw Neo 5 exalted above all blessing and praise; cf. also Wnn Is 48' ( || Of), & of praise dice to '< Is 42 s . 2. the act of general, public, praise (cf. also supr. esp. *22 4 33' ic^Ne^ 46 );— rnina vytf «<3 'Da Vrnsn ^ 1 oo 4 ewter fo's jrafcs wiV/t thanks- giving, his courts with praise; Enn "PE> 'v WE> D'TDH ^nps inkiri ^ 149'; cf. f 22 m 65 2 66 2 147 1 ; before the army H^nni n|"ia ^nn 2 Ch 20 22 ; in exhortation to the peoples WWn in^nn bip^66 8 (||y^N tM® BQJ), cf. IS42 12 . . praise-song, as title, "l*jjp n?nn ,/, 145 1 (so NH n^nn ibd & p^fflji, D^n, = Psalms). . qualities, deeds, etc., of', demanding praise: — n?nn tt~ji3 Ex 15 1 ' (song), i.e. terrible in attributes that call for praise (||C5H>3 '-HiO & t^>a nfety) ; oft. (both sg. and pi.) of Yahweh's deeds c. vb. "IS? ^ 9" ?8 4 79 13 Is 43 21 , also + " de* f 102 22 ; c. P9j£ f 106 2 (|| ^ nna? bj©j)j + IP 1 * °- n -^v ♦ 35 s8 ; c - "F-- 1 Is 6 ° 6 ' + ; ' "W ' c. -i'3t« Is'03 7 ; vid. also ^nf> Dt?6 niTni) in^nna nsne-ni) ^ io6 47 =i Ch 16 s6 <o give thanks unto thy holy name, to glory in thy praises (= praiseworthy deeds). 5. renown, fame, glory : a. of Damascus <];nn TJf J e 49 s5 (on Qr njsW v . Hi Ges' 80 - 2 ") ; comp. perhaps npnn ntDJTO Is 61 3 mantle of renown (renown as a mantle, cf. De VB; >Di splendid garment; but Bi Che Du read ?3$ nDJjO and translate 'n praise, song of praise, cf. 1. 2). b. of ' H? 1 ? n ?^ ' n, *"*' D °?' n ?^ H1) 3 3 **• */^ m - dow ^a<A covered (the) heavens, and of his renown the earth is full. Ako C. fig., praise, renown, = obj. of praise, possessor of renown ; used (a) of Israel Dt 26 19 (abs.), Je 13" (+7)

» (+7 and H?? V.^ 3 ^fty— a11 II n $, Wly*?; 

v. also Is 6 1", & perh. V' 1 48" (see sub 1 supr.); (6) of Jerusalem Is62 7 , also Zp 3 1920 (both || DB>), all these c. vb. m or D"V; cf. WJ5) 'n linVB'l ^nbin ny*B» Is 6o 18 ; (c) of Babylon axiD 'n -riy Je48 2 ; («) of , K«j in^nri mi T'n'Ss Dt 10", nnx >n->nn '3 j e 17 14 (no vb.) f [D7ri] vb. smite, hammer, strike down (cf. Ph. obna infr. sub niobqp) ;— Qal Pf.

f s . HD^ni consec. Ju 5 M ; 3 pi. >^l Ju S 22 

Is i6 8 ;'sf. ^q Pr 23 s5 ; /w*p/. 3 ma. sf. 'JB^JI V'Hi 5 ; 3 mpl. tic6q: ^74"; P^. ac«. Dy3 D^in Is 41 7 (cf. Ges 5293 "); pass. cstr.

  • C£>n Is 28 1 ; — smite (with hammer), sq. ace.

pers.' Ju 5 26 (fatally; || PD», }>no); also fig. of correction, discipUne V' 1 4 l5 (Il^ , ?^" , )j °f i n " toxicating wine nt;^ ^n 0>) typ ^W I??. Is 16 8 tJie vine of Sibma, its choice branches smote down lords of nations (so Hi De Che Brd Di al., RVm; lords subj. ace. to Ges Ew al. AV RV); also r.- , ? , -'l! smitten down by wine Is 28 1 ; cf. further Pr23 35 ; sq. ace. rei. DyB'Djiil Is 4 1 7 one striking an anvil; smite down, or strike off jr 74" (obj. D'nVlB carved work); also abs. of horses' hoofs Ju 5 s2 . — On tiiTp. iSi4 ,6 v. D% T D^n u.pr.m. a man of Asher 1 Ch 7 30 . tlTlftbn n.f. hammer, mallet, only cstr. By&y Tl Ju 5 26 a workman's hammer. TD7n*' n.[m..] a precious stone, jasper P (so © 35), or onyxP (cf. Di Ex 28 18 ) (appar. fr. V dSt ; owing to its hardness, as able to smite, hammer f) — mentioned in lists of pre- cious stones Ex 28 18 39 11 Ez 28 13 . tninVD 7 ? n-f-pl- strokes, blows (cf. Ph. cbniD stroke, stamp, impression, once on a coin TTJN D^ilO coinage of Gader (Gades),=percus- sura, rippo, Ges Mo °" 1 - 40 '" c also " ■")— Pr 1 8 6 (cf. Baer) 1 9 s9 , both times of blows on the body. fD/H adv. of place, hither (Ar. lL» hither /) — Ex 3 s WH aipn"7K approach not hither, Ju 18 3 20 7 1 S 10 22 14 16 and lo, the camp melted away R>Tp 1J'! rd. with @ (fv^v ko) €</5<x) Th We Dr T&m dSq hither and thither i.e. in different directions (cf. njnj nT Jos 8 20 ), v 3638 llu 2 14 ; D'Sn iy fig. hitherto, thus far (i.e. to this point of dignity and greatness) 2 S 7 18 (= 1 Ch 17 16 ). V 73 IO > if text be sound, D*>n must mean thither (sc. after the persons described v 3 " 9 ); but such sense questionable; rd. prob. with Houb La for t^n XSS W, ^.±>: