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fa tfn^T] n.f. corner (late) (Aram. KTnj, JCoi (oft. for Heb. rt|», yftpl?), hence, as loan-word (Fra a™>. >*■*». ii.m») ' Ar fyR);— PI. abs. ni>ij ^ i 44 12 ; cstr. n*n Zc'9 16 ;— naiO nhlS m«M ^ D ' Zc 9 15 simil. of warriors streaming with blood, v. Lv I 511 etc. ; '13 l^nfaa '151 ty 144 12 our daughters like corner (-pillar)s, carved (so Che al., but v. 11. 3t3n) in palace- fashion. t[l7Q] n.m. garner (on format, cf. 01 |i«b.i»rbj T _ on ] v pj sf frtba VJJD f 1 44" our garners are full (word inflected as if I? were radical; cf. 01 "•) I. Y)1 (NH nt move, As. zdzu, move, rise, come forth cf. COT gloss. ; also be agitated, enraged, VR" '•'■"). yi. PJ n.m. 80 ' 14 coll. moving things (i.e. beasts) (etym. & exact meaning still rather dub., cf. Che OP472 and on ^ 50"; Thes al. -/m; De yjr 50" comp. As. zizdnu, coll. reptiles, Dl 8.7«f. f rom a KWJ cf. cjif move to and fro, agitate (cf. yit); others comp. As. zdzu, abun- dance v. II. tIT, so even Di Is 66"; this hardly suits f 8o 14 ; % KP] worm);— only cstr. "fy H ■^■50" the moving things ofthefield, as all known to *» (|| D"in *1*"V; also in v 10 ~%^T t etc.); fig. of enemies of Isr. ^ 8o 14 (||"I5#? "?}$)■ iSTf n.pr.m. — 1. a Simeonite 1 Ch 4 s7 . 2. a son of Rehoboam 2 Ch 1 1"°. tnjn n.pr.m. a Levite 1 Ch 23 11 , = W-J v 10 (rd. prob. KJT, © Zifa in both). T^ft n.pr.m. (perh. belongs under this V ; comp. As. n.pr. Zaza Zim BP 97 cf. Strm AV N °- "") —a descendant of *»&??¥, of Judah 1 Ch »» TrTfiT?2 n.f. door-post, gate-post, abs. 'd Ex 2I 6T Is 5f; cstr. TOT? 1 S i 9 Ez 4 6 2 4- Ez 4 i 21 (del. @ Co cf. © Hi), 45 1919 (in both rfWB © (5 23 Co) ; if. "TOO Ez 43 8 , rjrffTO v 8 ; pi. tfWD 1 K 6 3 ' + 2 t. ( + Ez 45 1919 Co v." supr.), niin?' Ex 1 2' + 4 t., fliTTO Dt 6 9 Ju 1 6 3 ;—door- 2>ost, gate-post, 1. of dwelling-house Ex I2 r (P), v 22 " 21 6 (all JE), Dt6 9 ii 20 cf. Is57 8 ; also Wfi 'D Pi-8 34 , DJiniD Ez 43 s ; of Sol.'s house iKf. 2. of house of  : a. of the pre- Solomonic sanctuary of' I S I 9 , h. of Sol.'s temple iK6 a ; of the T^ v 31 . o. of Ezek.'s temple Ez 41 21 (del. Co v.'supr.), 43 s fnt»), JVan 'D Ez 45 19 , "W '» v 9 , cf. 46 s . 3. of city- gates Ju 16 3 . tW n.pr.m. an officer of David '"linn |*ff>

Ch 27 31 . 

II. HT (pe abundant, cf. esp. As. zdzu, abundance, Dl ^r ■' :, • Zim BP » 4 - w ; only as -/of foil. ; perh. related to I. m (cf. Thes), but this very dubious). n. Y^t n.[m.] abundance, fulness : only nT03 Tfl? Is 66" that ye may suck out and be delighted, from the abundance of her glory (i.e. of Jerusalem) (so Di al.; > Che"" n -* nd0P4r,t Brd (cf. Ew ' Euter'), who comp. vulg. Ar. ziza, udder (breast, teat); this suits vb. 'JfoR and pfeto BFflfy W?, but is dub. in Heb., perh. not Shemit., v. Dozy 1 - 619 * and reff. ; also T jag rro P h.chHd. who proposeS) pl aus ibly, ra», cf. Aram. jte PS 602 , xr3; Ar.Jp. pap). ' D^IT n. pr. gent, an ancient trans- Jordanic people, dwelling in Dn Gn 14 6 ; otherwise unknown; abode appar. in (later) land of Ammon, between Bashan and Moab; commonly supposed = D'S?ri q.v., in that case perh. txt. error in one case or the other, cf. No u ° ,e " uchune ' n '■ Krl " l£ d ' A ' T ' 162 .— (® idvv iVxt/pd). — On n.pr. loc. Zi(a, Ijjj, between Bosra and Lejun, cf. Kn Di ad loo", Tristr MMb1821 '-' TnniT n.pr.m. a descendant of Judah (etym. and mng. unknown) i Ch 4 20 (v. also nnir|3), © Zaav, Zwa/3, A Zo>xad, ©L Zaa6. IVN v. sub nir. I. 7*)| (prob. */ of foil., Ar. Jh remove, depart), t[n?1t] n -[£] prop, removal, only found in the st. c. as prep, and conj. except, only, save that — cstr. )"CT1 2 K 24 14 and (with the obsolete case-ending '_ ) '*$*« Dt I 36 4 12 Jos ii 13 1 K 3 18 12 20 f 18 32 ; with sf. "d^T Ho 13 4 Is 45 521 , «|n^», ^ 2 S 7 22 = 1 Ch 1 f° Is26 13 6 4 3 Ku 4 4 , nn^T iS 2i 10 ;— 1. prep.^x- cept, besides, lit. with removal of .. .(syn. *njjJ>3D yj, 18 32 Is45 21 ; '*?|>? H013 4 ; and cf. Dt i M with Nu 32 12 ), Dt i 36 3^>3 'nhf with the exception 0/ Caleb, 1S21" Wl^l nnrix pS there is none other except it, 1 K 1 2 20 2 K 24 14 Ru 4 4 : oft. in such phrases as, There is no Cod (or, Who is God 1) except me (or thee), 2 S 7 s2 ^ 1 8 32 Ho 1 3 4 Is 45 521 64 3 . Always after a neg. or qu., exc. Is 26 13 -]Tbv DTW lords other than thou. Connected inexactly with what jjiecedes,