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at TJrt n.[m.] name of some comparatively insignif. product of vine (f*H fB3), the eating of which was included in prohibition to Nazi- rite ; skin of grape, so Thes (after Onk Mishna Maaser. 5 * 4 , Orla 1 ' 8 , cf. Sifre ad loc.) : ba* tib Jpjn. ttfrpS Nu 6 4 (NH », SW ; so called as transparent? cf. Aram, MVaut, )k»^ci^) ^/aas, NH 33] glazier (Ar. 4-t-^j </fo«s, is a loan-wd. ace. to Fra 84 ); cf. theory of vin Lag G "* Alh - « Fl Kc - : but in Heb. glass is lT3i3t). "It, 0*Tt v. sub VT. ("IT demonstr. pron. and adv. ; fem. J1NT, once riTUft, Jer 26 s Kt (also nt and if, q.v.); comm. tt (q-v.): this, here (the element f = i = j is widely diffused in the Semitic languages, as a demonstr. particle, often acquiring, like Engl, that, Germ, der, die, das, the force of a relative. Thus a. Ph. J this (e.g. T "Op this grave), also sts. ]T, f. Xt, comm. tX (v. CIS I.i. I 45612 44 1 88 2 etc.); Aram, of Nineveh, Babylon, Tema, Egypt, *| as mark of the genit. [lit. that of] (CIS II. i. 1, 2, 3, 4, etc., 65, 69-71, 113, 114, 141, 142, etc.), rut this(ib. 113™ 145 C ! ), f. Xt H3 15 i45 B'; Aram, of Zinjirli t, ft, Hit this, n which (DHM SendKh - M ) ; Eth. If: ze, </ws, f. H: za, H: za, w>Ao (masc), also (like and *}, "^ [v. infr.]) in common use as a mark of the genitive ; b. Arab. 1 j this, fem. (^i, .i (gen. Ui, ace. li, fem. ui>li), possessor o/(lit. <A«< o/. . ., i.e. one who owns), or in the Tayyite dialect, who, which: from li, with U Zo/ prefixed, lili ifa's, f. sili, with the pron. element -h affixed, ia)li = this : with 'a? (= the art.) + a demonstr. element la prefixed, (^jJI who, which (in origin = Heb. ntpn this, q.v.) ; Sab. p this, f. HI, T wAo, which, f. rn (Pra ZMG1872 - 419 , DHM 21 " 3 - 1883 ' 3381 , also Epl|!rI> "" ,m - 65 ); c. BAram. ^ w/11'cA, 1R, H*, "51 (q.v.) ^s, f. «1 (=n^t), ir?; Palm, and Nab. H which, mi this; Z 1 which, PJ, '?n </ms, f. XT; with xn to/ prefixed, pTA, X"in (Syr. .a Uoi, contr. from «?ot), J}«; Syr. ? w/to, which; Sam. ^ wjAo, which, ^^ </tt«, f. 5^; Mand. 1 who, which, nl this (rare), more commonly pxn, pxn (No Mlnd ! ^ a ). Alike in Heb. and the other dialects, the corresp. plur. is derived from a different source: Heb. n^X, Ph. i>x, Eth. 'ellu, 'ella, tliese, 'ella, wlu>, Arab, ^jl, tliese, M, ^Jj! owners of, Sab. pX </(««e, bti, '7X te/io, which,

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Aram. P.?X, with XH /o/ prefixed, ^£«, Sam. tfirZ/f-, Mand. fb]l. Only the Arab, (^jjl forms its own pi. ^j.p. V. further W 8Q 107 »)— 1. standing alone : a. this one, sts. contempt- uously (esp. with DX), Gn 2 s3 n$x tog nxtS nxrnnjj 1 ? b»xd ^, 5 M . . . upnr rn, 12 12 3s 28 Ex io 7 typtob «b nt njrrj 'no ny, i S io 27 no llj laycn* how shall (Aw man save us? i6 8,9 2 1 16 that ye have brought >Trn$ this fellow to play the madman against me? 25 21 in vain have I kept nib ns>tp3-nx all that this fellow hath etc. 2 S 13 17 nx^-flX, 1K22 9 ntTiX, Mi 5 4 Is66 2 ; asagenit., Gn29 2728 iK 21 2 ; withacoZ- lective force Lv 1 I 4 - 9 (= Dt 14 7 '), v 2L29 Ju 20 1<u7 (nrP3), Jb 19" (with a plural verb). In a purely neuter sense (of an act, event, announce- ment, etc.) nxt is most common, as with Twy to do this Gn 3 14 20 66 45 19 and oft., nxt lyOB' Am8 4 Is 47" 48 M6 51 21 al.; Gn4i 39 Ex 17" Dt 32° Ju 7 14 2 1 3 nx"t nrvn ... nob ( c f. Jb i 13 ^nS 23 ) 1K11 39 2S7 19 2K 3 18 +; nX"t PX 1 S 20 2b cf. Am 2 11 ; rarely so with "DX tJos 22 24 Je 9" if-g2 7 ; as an accus. of limit., as regards this, in this, Ez 20 27 36 s7 Jb 19 26 (si vera 1.), 33 12 in this thou art not just; (late) nx"t nnx t Jb 42 16 Ezr 9 10 , nxrb 'x t2Ch2i 18 35 20 ; pointing forward to a foil, clause, Gn 42 18 43 11 Nu8 24 14 36 Is 56 2 Jb io 13 etc.; Ex 9 16 1 S 25 31 Is i 12 D2"l>p nxt E*i53 »p

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^io2 19 H9 60 - 66 (see also nx'T3 6 b 0) : but W also sts. occurs similarly Ex 13 8 Pr 24 12 Jb 15 17 Ne 2 2 Ec i 17 2 15 bin m D3 (so v 19 - 21 - 23 -!-), 7 18 -' 8 ; of a concrete obj., Ex 30 31 2K4* 3 nt (FIX TO ^X nxt? ""pab : in late Heb., Ne 13 6 Hf^S during all this, 2 Ch 32 s1 HJ inX; pointing forwards La 5 ,7t -, to "3 f 56 10 Je 22 21 . (See also below, 6 g.) b. repeated HJ . . . nt, this . . . that, the one . . . the other or (if indefinite) another, Gn 29 s7 C"IXT), Ex 14 20 nt bx nt 31|5 ^|i iK 3 s 22 20 Is & 44 s (3 t.), V' 75 8 B*^ nti b**j£ nt, Jb i 16 - 18 2i 2325 + . . In appos. to a subst. : a. preceding it (rare) Ex 32 123 ne»» nt, Ju 5 6 (=^ 68 9 ) W "J (Ai* Sinai, Jos 9 12 ^Dn? nt <Ais our bread, 1 K 14 14 2 K 6 s1 Is 23" by? nt, ^ 34 7 49 14 104 26 '31 ?nj D'n nt </«'« sea there is great and broad, 118 20 Ct 7 8 Ezr 3 12 . (Cf. It Hb i».) b. following it: — (a) when the subst. is deter- mined by a pron. affix, Gn 24 s nxt ftipOp, this my oath, Dt 5 16 O that nt D33p this their