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'•-n.-i

region, a. opp. plain, etc. : — dwelling-place of Canaanites, "inn Nu I3 17,s " (of promised land; opp. 3;3n ins o>n & i^rn:); ira nrnjn d;h epnrii 35331 r^B^M Dti 7 ; 353 nrnini %ts d>» -in niB33i nbatsh* nhia Josh 2 ; "ina 3.3331 "ansni rrVie^ai nrjya* nWai 12 8 ; ef.

1 io 40 Ju 1 9 ; "inn indef. («Ae hill-country, the 

mountains, in gen.) 2 Ch 2 1 (place for hewing wood) so v' 7 ; Ne 8 15 (place for cutting boughs), etc. b. of a particular mountain-region, hill-country: ,- }bNn nn Dt I 7 (cf. v 7 ) v 19 (cf. v 24 ), also Jos io 6 ; of Amalekites Ju 12 15 ; of Ephraim Jos 17 15 19 60 20 7 21 21 24 30 - 38 Ju -f 4 s 7 24 9 48 i7 I + 6t. Jui 7, iSi 1 9 4 i 4 22 2S20 21 1 K 4 8 12 26 2 K 5 K 1 Ch6 52 2 Ch 13 4 15 8 19 4 Je 4 15 3 1 6 ; Ephraim and Gilead 50'° (cf. also in(n) J0S17 1618 JU3 07 ); of Israel Jos 1 1 *» cf. typ nn Ez 6 2 19 9 33 s8 3 4 1S 35 12 ; Dint? nn 5tn^E«i7" 20 40 (H'EHipn) 34 »; inn ny i.e. in mountain-country Dt 2 37 (of Ammonites), Je 32 44 33"; hill-country of Judah Jos n 21 15 48 18 12 20 7 2i" 2 Ch 21" (Ifflff nn) 2 7 4 ; abode of Jebusites Jos 1 1 3 . VCR* T^i D "J-.^' ^-^' Cr** 1 v - " in - t" , "l"^n, ' 1 ")" , n adj. gent. (= mountain- dweller (Thes) 1 or deriv. fr. some unknown n.pr.loc.) ; — used only in denning certain of David's heroes : 1. a. TJ.nn nw 2 S 23 s3 * (cf. Dr)= 1 Ch 1 1 34 " (where rd. prob. T for R#, ©L Sapaia). h. *T$} N3K")3 HSB' 2 S 23 11 (rd. perh. •'"inn. 1 ! 1 cf. Dr; but © 6 'Apov X a'ws, ©L o A P a X i, i.e. "?1Xn ? c f. Klo). On niBB* •ninnn 1 Ch 1 1 27 (©' o 'aSi, ©L BE nisttJn v. n's^'s sub nsc*.

t

"ijinn v. sub TJI3. itnanrtri v. sub nan. T^yrin n.pr.m. a Persian official at court of Ahasuerus Est 4 s - 6 - 910 . t[/J[irt] vTj. — only Pi. deceive, mock, Imp/. Dn3 ?rirP1 1 K 1 8 s7 (secondary formation fr. 9?t Hiph., q.v.; cf. Thes OV *"'•**•'■ Sta

  • ™°; otherwise Ko 1 - 352 ; v. further sub V?n).

tff'^nn n.[m.]pl. mockery:— 'n ^"DK niSJ) Jb 17 2 irwZy mockery snrroundeth me (De Di Da cf.VB). J")J")n */of inninn ^, 62" ace. to Thes al., but v. nin.

ו

T Waw, sixth letter; in modern Heb.= numeral 6; no evidence of this usage in OT times.

1, 1 demonstr. adv. and conj. so, 

then, and (Ph. Moab. Aram. 1; Ar. ^ ; Eth. (D As. u Dl w (but between vbs. the usu. con- nective is the enclitic ma K AT 2508 , Dl» "• m ). The use in Heb. shews that orig. 1 was not a merely copulative conj., but that it possessed a demonstrative force (cf. Dr 5122 ), which is often perceptible as such, though in other cases, from its being applied to denote mere juxtaposition or connexion [cf. Gk. r(, and Lat. turn .... turn = ' both .... and,' both properly demonstratives: As. ma has also a demonstr. force, D1 S79 ], it is less palpable) — ■ 1 before shwa' mobile or a labial is vocalized 1; often before a tone-syll., when the word itself has a disj. accent, 1 (as SVipj Gn 19 19 ; «1DJ 33 13 ; TOI44 9 ; :n;mExi 16 ; ."ib;i Josis 46 ; ^]2Si 3 26 ; H«J Is 26 19 ; Wfe 49 7 ; :nrim J e4 8'; initio' 5 ); esp. when it forms with the preceding word a pair, whether of parallel or opposed ideas (as nbi na Ex 2 1S , *JJ "V io 8 , f?sj jax Dt 25 13 ; nni n'n 32 7 + ; viai inn Gn i 2 , fcwj} ™?n 3 i 14 ,

ini aits 2 19 , ""i W 4 12 , n^Si Dvi'snhi n? s 22 ,
Tnj n[5 12 19 , :n^i n?Bt? i 4 19 , nn*i '3N 3 i«,

Kini i3« 41", 131^1 n3y Ex 32 s7 , crrj nn«  Nu 16 10 , ife} DVi^ 1 K 2 1 13 , tgi PJ Is 14 22 ,