Page:A Hebrew and English Lexicon (Brown-Driver-Briggs).djvu/286

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
This page needs to be proofread.


m

am fuller n«rb33 occurs, Is 5 s6 9 " KX io 4 f 78 32 Je 3'° Ho 7 10 . (S) nSB _/br <Ais caw*e (late Etyle) 1 1 Ch 27 s4 2 Ch 19 s ; in this matter 20 17 . C. H13 („) fGn 41 38 . . . "WM B*"S njj KXt??i], Is 56* 58 s Je 5 9 nj3 IB* M3 (so v 29 ' 9 8 ). ' (0) njs'i nta «fa (S and <Aus, t Ju 18 4 2 S 1 i 25 1 K 14 5 . d. Hxi3 the like of this=as follows, tGn45 23 ; nsto the like of this = things such as these Ju i 3 :s (c. jTDBSn), 15 7 I9 30 nXT ? nrenJ I*.

S 4 7 (cf. Je 2 10 2 Ch 30 26 ), 2 S 14 13 (c 3*), 

Is 66 8 (c. yDt?), Ezr 7 s7 ; = accordingly, to that effect (c. "»$1) 2 Ch 34 22 ;=m Ti&e manner Ju 8 8 ; = rtws (as has been described) 1 K 7 s7 1 Ch 29 14 2Ch3i M 32 15 :n^3inNratfmsandUAwstJos7 20

S i7 1S15 2 K 5 4 9 12 . e. nTO/rom. Awe, /tence 

Gn 37 17 42 15 50 25 Ex ii 11 ' 13' Dt 9 12 + oft.: ilJO . . . iW? cm one side . . . on the other side Ex i7 12 "inn ntci nnx nro, 25 19 26' 3 32 15 rairo nn nroi nro, Nu 2 2 24 1 S 14 4 1 K io 19 - 20 Zc5 3 +; ? HJW n?Ip on one side and on <Ae o</i«r side of ... Ex 38 15 Jos 8 s3 Ez 4 5 7 48 21 . f. m ^y on this account (rare), La 5 17 (pointing forwards), Est 6 3 . So ntfl ^5? Am 8 8 Mi i 8 Je 2 12 (Jb 17 8 ) 4 828 ^ 32 s ; in late prose Ezr 8 23 9 15 io 2 Ne 13 14 2 Ch 16 910 2 9 9 32 20 . g. nj D? in spite of this tNe5 18 . — On nj ^ which? mo 'K whence? flW^ 'X /ww? v. sub W 2, p! 32 ; and on T?n, m?n, 1T?n, v . p. 229. iVbfc. — ft in 1 S 17 34 (in many edd.) is a typographical error (not a Kt) of Jacob b. Chayim's Rabbin. Bible of 1525 for n't? sheep, which has been perpetuated hence in other subseq. edd. The reading of MSS. and of the best ancient edd. is rif (cf. de Eossi v "- LMt "- I61 ). tnf this (f)= n ^ ( cf - % in Mish - the regular fem. of nj)_ 2 K6 19 Ez 40 46 Ec 2 224

in the phr. ITJ31 nt3 (v. HT 6 C 0), f)f i.q. nf (q.v.) : only Ho 7 10b 03$ "it this (i.e. the falling by the sword, v a ) is their derision ; and (as rclat.) ^ 132 12 ti Vf^ and my testi- mony which . . . (neglecting the accentuation : v. De, and cf. the remark under nj 5). j-^f pron. (poet.), indeclinable. 1. a demonstr. Hb 1" *iflb IT this his strength, ^ i 2 » Xt "rtVI-Jp (unusual, for mn), 62 12 VO*? iriyDB' these two things &c. (but better (Wickes roei.Acc.w^ ^ Q^BJ two things (are there) which &c. : v. 2). * relative, Ex 1 5 13 ?j»jg Xray the people which thou hast redeemed, v" Is 42 24 v UNtpC ^ against whom we sinned, 43 21 ^ 9 16 (fem.) «OB lrnBh so 3 1 5 , io 2 17 9 (with a ' 7 23 9 13 (nst does not occur in Ec); also plural antecedent) *?«!> « Wflfh 'JED, 32 s 68 M (thou) who hast wrought for us! 142 4 143 8 . To most of these passages the remark made under iTT 5 respecting the intention of the punctuators also applies : comp. De on ^ 9 16 . (Cf. .i, used as an indeclin. relat. pron. = t^jJl in the Tayyite dialect: thus ^1 ji ( ^Ac J> there has come upon them that which has come: Iji Lllxj .i ^^ it is we who have done this. See Schu B ' rlrlCon8 "- 75 , Thes 406 , W A0 - '•""■•, Lane p. 986 "pi Kl. Schr. I. p. 359 ^nt (v of foil.; meaning dubious; cf. Lag «"»*»«). HJ 385 n-m. " 4 12 gold (NH id.; Ar. JJLi, Sab. arn e. g. Os 29 DHM zmq I883 - ""j Aram. V?% o£», Palm. Nam Vog No ' 23 )— 'T abs. Gn2 n + 364 1.; cstr. Gn2 12 +6t.; sf. , 3n] 1 K20 7 + 2t.; 13HT 1 K 2 o 3 - 5 ; 1 3,m Is 30 22 ; bnj Is 2 20 3 1 7 ; D3ni Ho 8 4 + 4 1. ; — gold, 1 . = gold-ore, gold in a raw state, Gn2 1112 Jeio 9 Pri7 3 27 21 Jb28 l + ; perh. also 1K9 28 io 11 22 49 etc; d. "I msy Jb 28° gold- dust; v. also Zc 13 9 (sim. of tried people of '^ and cf. Mai 3 3 ; likewise Jb 23 10 (sim. of Job's purity, as shewn by divine tests); 3?T fiBXI? Jb 37 s2 is dub.; Ew De al. out of the North comes gold; others, however, golden light, brightness, of sun after clouds dispersed by north wind, ® Eabb. Da al. ; or golden splendour of God coming from north Bo A76 Hi al.; Siegf conj. IW for 3PIT. 2. gold as wealth Gn 13 2 (jj + ropp, (|9|) Z4 34 (J;+pfef, ^3, no?, D-inj?, nnsB*, D"?p3, Dnbn) c f. Ho 2 8 Is2 7 Dt 8 13 i7 ,T7 Jb 3' 16 ' 31 24 Zc 14" Ezr i 46 + ; in gen., as precious: 3iD |n 3njt?1 t|^ 3T T^VO C^"*^ Pr 22 1 to be chosen is a name more than great riches, and good favour more than silver and than gold; Jb 28 17 (of wisdom) gold and glass do not equal it; ^19'° (ordinances of ) ichich are more to be desired than gold; cf. 119 7 " 127 ; also metaph. of princes and chief men of Zion La 4 1 (cf. v 2 ). 3. gold as spoil of war Jos 6 19 (4.f|D3, n^nr^s, hf$) so v 24 , cf. 7 21 - 24 22 s Kf+. 4. gold as merchandise Ez 27 s2 ( + m T i£ )3S, B ^B '!>| rth), cf. also gold from Ophir 1 K 9 s8 etc. (v. sub 7 infr.) 5. gold as costly gift: to a prophet 1) H? 3 <in ? **?a (hypothet.), Nu 22 18 24 13 (both E); brought by queen of Sheba to Solomon 1 K io 210 (both + ft}!? ??K and D , »E'3) = 2 Ch 9 19 ; as tribute 2K23" (cf. v 33 ; all -+-5103); as satisfaction for murder 2 S 21 4 (-r 5 !? 3 ). 6. gold as