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-K-rt material: of (nose- or ear-)ring, EM Gn 24 s2 Ex 3 2 2 ' 3 Ju8 2426 Pru 22 25 12 Jb42"'; of chain Gn 4 1 42 , shields 2 S 8 7 , images of emerods 1 S 6 417 and mice v 41118 ; H?? rfi'Sfps 1 <msri Pr 25 11 ; 'T n|>a Ec 12 6 ; T»?p Ex 3" n 2 12 35 1 S 6 8 ^ 105 s7 etc.; ant ^» IDrpbs Gn 2 4 M as presents to a bride ( + DHJ3); so of presents to secure king's favour 2S8 10 {+T^K fy), and in list of yearly gifts or tribute to Sol. 1 K 1 s5 =2 Cho 24 ; as material of idols ^ "I >nV f]D3 Ex 20 23 cf. 32 31 Ho 8 4 Is 2 20 30 22 31 7 Dt 29 16 ^H5 4 135 15 ; as plating of idols Dt 7 25 ; especially as material of the furnish- ings of Solomon's temple, or (oftener) the platings of temple, or parts thereof, or of its furnishings 1 K 6 20 - 21 - 21 - 21 - 22 - 22 - 28 7 48 + iot. 1 K 6. 7 ; also 2 Ch 3 "- 6 + i 4 t. 2 Ch 3. 4; cf. iCh28 14 - ,4 + 14 1. 1CI128. 29 (David's pre- paration for temple); v. also 2 K 24 13 cf. 14 14 = 2 Ch 25", 2 K 25 15 = Je 52 19 (in accounts of plundering temple etc.); but more often still of furnishing and utensilsof tabernacle,insignia of high-priest etc., Ex 25 3 "- 24 + 97 t. Ex 25-40, Lv 8 9 Nu 4 11 8 4 ; (in case of large objects frequently of platings or sheathing, cf. 12 c infr.) Note the expressions mfP? 1 nBUn Ex 3S 22 a wave-offering of gold, nBIJJjin 3n] 38 24 ; also nOVWrt 3HJ Nu 3 1 52 (all P) cf. Ezr 8 25 , and (of offering to heathen god) 3HT3 "133* Dn II 38 . t7. gold described by its source, esp. gold fromOphir(cf.Glas sktol,ssr " r - 368 )iK 9 28 io»22 49

Ch 29 4 2 Ch 8 18 9 10 ; so perh. Je io 9 (rd. TBiK 

for TMK Ew Klo al.); &?? 3HT ^72 15 ; on tfVm 1 2Ch3 6 v. DTB; cf. further Gn 2 U1J . 8. gold denned by var. adj. and pts.: EOTC' 1 beaten gold (v. BnE>) 1 K io 1617 =2 Ch 9 1515 ' 16 ; i«D "I 1 K 6 2021 ; also 7 4950 io 21 =2 Ch 4 2022 9 21 (on mng. v. "^P); esp. (but only P & Ch) -rtno 'Ipure gold Ex 2 5 ,UH4 + 2 1 1. Ex 2 5. 2 8. 30. 37-39 (of equipments of tabernacle and high priest's insignia), 1 Ch 28 17 2 Ch 3 4 9" ; cf. 310 t

Ch 3 68 ; on TBVD 1 1 K io 18 , AV best gold, 

cf. TB1N, 1TB. 9. 'f as measure of weight and value: a.= gold-shekel, ttytfpl H^ft Gn 24 s2 ;

rr#j| nn« bjs Nu 7 I4 +n t. Nu 7; ^ 

'Tnto-J/3K*iJu8 26 , cf. iKio 16 2K5 5 2Ch 9 1S16 ; TO3J 'T , Bi)K ^119"; comp. further Jos 7 21 ; but also (only Ch) b{?f> expressed: bg^ 1 ^ niKD Wf iCh2i 25 (50 shekels of silver in H2S24 24 ); 1 D^tpD &*?%& ri™ 1 ?^ b[>fm

Ch 3 9 . b. 'T D , ?9 ns*^ 1K10" three minas 

of gold (v. I" 1 ?. 1 ?)- C. 1 I?? talent of gold

S 12 30 1 K 9 14 + (v. "OS), d. D»?taj7? 3HT 

sbx) nWaTt^ Ezr 2 69 cf. Ne 7 69 - 70 - 71 ; also t)^N tfjbfg^ lFtyf 'T nfc^ Ezr 8 s7 (v. flBfty' — with the above should perh. be compared D'3D 'T D"bjn Is 4 6« i.e. the gold used in making the god was the coin carried in the bag. 10. 'T = golden oil, from colour, Zc 4' 2 . 11. '| often named with IDS, and then, in earlier and sts. in later writings, follows it : 3HT31 n°?3 Gn 13 2 (J), cf. 2 4 3iM 44 s1 (all J), Ex 3 s2 11 2 I2 35 Nu22 18 24 13 (all E), Jos6 1924 (JE), Dt 7 2S 17 17 29 16 2 S 8 11 2 1 4 1 K 7 51 15 11 ,13 23 33.35.35 JJ j» Is

9 

K7 8 16 8 1{ Jeio 4 Zpi 18 Ez7 19 38 13 Zc6" Jo 4 s , Pr22' ifV 105 37 115 4 135 15 2 Ch i 15 5 1 Ezr i 4 8 s Dn n 8 Ec2 8 + ; in later writings '| oft. precedes Ez 28 4 Zc 14 14 Mai 3 3 1 Ch 18 10 22 1416 28 16 " 1 2 9 3 - 4 - 6 - 7 2CI19 1421 24 14 25 24 Ezr i 11 ^119" Ct 1" Dnn 38 -)-, and so in P, Ex 25 s 31 4 35 iS2 Nu 3 1 32 ; yet also as early as Hb2 19 1K10 2 2 K 25 15 . 12. the chief vbs. used with 'r are: a. rwy make of (c. 2 ace.) 1 K 7 48 (cf. v 494 " 050 ) io 16 12 28 14 26 2Ch4 7819 12 9 13 8 , and esp. in P (tabern.) Ex 25 111718 -r 35 1. Ex 25-39; also sq. 3 work in gold, T^fA «1D331 'T3 nife^|b Ex 3 1 4 35^, also (+^.133, etc.), 2 Ch 2 613 ; b. rT, (obj. 'T n'VSL)) Ex 25" 37 313 (all P); C. HBX overlay with (c. 2 ace.) 1 K e 20 - 21 - 2 '- 22 - 28 - 30 - 32 -' (v 3: one ace. om

.24.%

2 Ch 3 410 9 17 , and esp. 

P (tabern.) Ex 2 g»-«-*«-» + I5 t. Ex 26-37; in same sense d. 1 infirm 2 Ch 3 s cf. v 789 , and e. ^DSI '1 'C1BFI Hb2 19 encased in gold and silver -"duo f. «jffV 'T? Is 40 19 ; g. TP Hiph., 'trrriK rfrtewr^fj Dnn?rri>y Tgj 1 K 6 32 and he spread upon the cherubim and upon the palm-trees the gold; further h. jn3 try, ZC13 9 , cf. i. p@T Mai 3 3 . — On 3riT ^ , n.pn v. p. 191; on 3PIT 'D n.pr. v. sub D?P. ' [UmT] vb. be foul, loathsome, but only Pi., causat. (NH id., be foul, Pi. make foul; Aram. D'HT foul, »«i) make foul, fetid; Ar. L» j «<j'n&, 6e greasy) — Pi. Pf. 3 fs. sf. 3 ms. Dnb irvn tfieq}] (consec.) Jb 33 20 At'x ;?/e mafeiA it,bread, loathsome to him (|| njsn bsD 1E*BJ1). (Onsf.v. Ges' 1312 ^ 4 ; Dr 1821 ' 14 ': acc.'to Siegf the word is hopelessly corrupt.) TOnt n.pr.m. (fr. above V i) a son of Rehoboam, 2 Ch 1 1 19 . f I. [HnT] vb. be light, shining (Ar.^, jjtj shine, adj.^ijl bright (cf. Lag 3 * 12 °); Aram.