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S prepare; r&V Gn 3 5 1!1 Ex 20 24 (E) Gn 13 4 (J) Ju 22 s8 i K i2 33 i8 26 ; this becomes usual in P, Ex 27 1 30 1 37 s5 38 1M , so 2 Ch 4 119 7 7 2 8 24 . 9. the dedication of the altar was rutDfl J"l3?n Nu 7 '°"«*> 2 Ch 7 9 ; it was anointed with oii n* Ex 40'° Lv 8 U Nu 7 10 (all P). 10. removal of unlawful altars is expr. by fOj Ex 34 13 (JE) Dt f Ju 2 2 6 30 - 31 - 32 2 K 1 1 18 23' 215 ; W (Pi) Dt 12 3 2 Ch 31 1 34 47 ; fWO Ju 6 s8 ; Din Ju6 25 1K19 1014 ; 13E> 2CI123 17 ; "I'DH 2 K i8 22 =Is 3 6 7 , 2 Ch 14 2 30" 32 12 33 15 . 11. ministry at the altar was '&0 JTICB'p Nu 18 5 Ez 40 46 , cf. Nu 3 3 ' (P), '» Vtyjfa Jo i 13 ; b)3 "IOJ? is said of officiating priest 1K13', ->y i"6y Ex 20 26 1 S 2 s8 1 K 1 2 s3 + (cf. TV Lv 9 s ) ; sacri- fices were usually offered p3?t3n~;>y Gn 22" Dt 1 2" + ; v. especially the phrases with p!J Ex 29 >«.a> + (v. pir); "Mp?n Lv4 10 (v. lap Hiph.); n^n Lv 6 3 + (v. p6j) Hiph.) iy:6 Ne io 35 ; but'natBl Gn 8 20 (J) Nu 23 2 - 414 - 30 '(E); one touching the altar is 183 yjjfcl Ex 29 s7 (P); 'DH ^3? of placing, or standing before altar Dt 26 4 1 K 8 M ; as acc.loc. nnaTBn in phrases esp. c. "PB^I Ex2 9 13 + , and r6yn Lv 14 20 . 12. the horns of the altar were especially for the application of the blood of the sin-offering in the ritual; sin is represented as graven D3/nin3tt? ni:n ; p_b Je 17 1 ; therefore of blood for cleansing it was said t' '" 1 l"ll3ip pV fDJ Ex2 9 12 Lv 4 718 - 25 - 30 - 34 8 15 9 9 16 18 (all P). An ancient custom is referred to, if- 1 1 8 s 3HTIDN naiDH n»np-ny Q-rayibind the festal victimwith cords, unto the horns of the altar : Ainsworth paraphrases : ' that is, all the court over, untill you come even to the homes of the altar, intending hereby many sacrifices,' so De; but Che ' bind the procession with branches, (step on) to the altar-horns,' that is in sacred pro- cession round the altar. 13. the 1iD^ (q. v.) is also referred to in the ritual of the sin- offerings in the phrases "TID* 7K pXJ Lv 8 15 9' & TfB< btt i]SB> Ex 29 12 Lv 4 7 - 18 - 26 - 30 - 34T (all P) nXB? •BO* bit Lv 5 9 . 14. the altar was BfhiJ trip Ex 29 s7 40'° (P) ; but repeated sin-offerings were necessary to keep it pure and cleanse it from the pollution of the people in whose midst it was situated. This is expressed by mn Lv 8 IS (P) Ez 43 s2 ; "IBS Lv 16 2033 (P) Ez 43 s6 ; KHp. Ex 29" 40 10 Lv 8 16 Nu 7 1 (P); ino Ch2 9 18 . "•SI v. sub 33f. TN3' , 3T n.pr.m. (bought; Aram., fr. •/[?], buy, cf. BAram. Dn 2 8 ) — name of one who had taken a strange wife Ezr io 43 . t[7jf] vb. prob. exalt, honour (As. zaidlu COT G,OM and id. on Gn 30 s0 1 K 8", cf. DF' 62 '- so De; Ph. n.pr.f. ia?t6jn(prob.= Baal has exalted) cf. ?3rK p. 33 supr.; cf. Ar. Jj- take up and carry ; > No ZM0 1886, 729 , who connects these vbs. with Syr. ^JLoo bear, carry, cf. Heb. ^>3D)_Qal Impf. ^K *}£») Gn 30 wb (J), my husband ivill honour me (in expl. of name Zebulun (v. infr.); on another appar. expl. in v a cf. 131) ; > AV al. dwell with me, cf. Thes KobGes who derive dwell with fr. an assumed mng. be round (cf. in); and others (cf. MV *• 9 ), who derive dwell as denom. from ?3] in sense dwelling. fi. si] n.[m.] elevation, height, lofty abode (NH feaj temple) ;— ^ ^3T JT3 W» 133 1 K 8 13 = 2 Ch o 2 (poet. ; prob. from book of Jashar, cf. © We 00 """- 271 Dr In,r182 ; on T&fWS, = As. bit zabal, lofty house cf. COT 1 K 8 13 Dl Pr6af ); b bap ^Nf nibi) ^ 49 15 text dub.; Ew Hi Ri Now rd. bisp (or bi3}0, Ew) as n. ^dwelling; Che prop, for Sott?, 1 ofyv 1 ?] Che cnt.„.. -,^ Igj Is 63 15 (|| dW) thehigh abode of thy holiness (cf. Che """•); of the lofty abode of sun and moon : fl?3t lOV m* t^B* tv.: - t — — r v •.• Hb 3 ». fn. ^3T n.pr.m. an officer of Abimelech J u q28.30.36.36.38.41 "l"]7^1t, pQvl n.pr.m. Zebulun (on expl. of name given in E and J cf. 121, b3T); — i?'3t Gn 49 13 + 25 t. ; fto) Ju 5 18 + 17 t. ; |W3] Ju i 30 ; — 1. sixth son of Jacob and Leah Gn 30 20 35 23 46" 49 13 Ex i 3 1 Ch 2 1 . 2. the tribe of Zebulun Nu i 9 Dt 27 13 33 1918 Ju i 30 4 10 .14.18

Ez 4 8 26 1 Ch 12 3441 27 1

Ch 3 o 1118 ; 

cf. '. , 1.W'68 28 ; 1 "W Ez 4s 33 ; '1 »JS Nu i 30

7 7 24 2V 6 Jos I9 10 -' 6 Ju 4 6 ; 1 ntSD Nu i 31 2 7 

I3 io. /j .ja n^p Nu I0 is 34 » 3 terr i tor y f the tribe '. H? Ju 12'% '1 "fH* Is 8M > ' T ^ 3 ? Ez 48 s7 ; also '» alone Jos 19 2734 2 Ch 30 10 ', 1 rtt?p Jos 2 i 7M iCh6 4862 . t^Sttl adj. gent. Ju 12 1112 ; c. art. = n. coll. the Zebulonites Nu 26 27 . HIT, J^T (appar. -/of foil.; X NH JU, ri is be clear, bright, transparent (ChWB Jastr 391 *); others (so Thes) derive foil, from -n/jjT with same meaning, v. infr. & Fl NHWB 1Kob ). s 2