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bi

Tit

acquires the force of only, Dt 4 12 ye saw no 

form ?ip Wt sate a voice = (there was) only a voice, 1 K 3 18 . 2. conj. Jos 1 1 13 except that he burnt Hazor alone. til. [71T] vb. lavish (cf. Aram. ^, be cheap, of little value, lightly esteem; similarly ^>T qv.)— Qal Pt. D'3D 3HT D'bjn Is 46 s (|p5>PB* nij33 t|D3). t[p?] ▼*>• feed (NH. BAram. kZ.; Syr. v i ; Sam. t^^, is fo) ;— Hoph. P<. DWB D'DID Je5 8 (Kt; i.e. B'MW; Qr D*0£D from jr q-v.) well-fed Iwrses, fig. of adulterers; Dl rr73f - comp. As. zandnu, be fill (i.e. of sexual desire).

  • pf?3 n.m. food, sustenance (so Talm.

BAram. Syr.)— fiTBl Dr6l 13 Gn 45 a (Di "d rather an Aram, word; perh. later gloss for orig. ITlJf v 21 42 s5 '); 3t) JlTen 2 Ch 11 s3 . nyiT v. ruj. t>HT vb. tremble, quake (Aram. (incl. BAram.) id., <*.); cf. also Ar. ch impel, cjs-'- move, agitate, shake (on these v. No ZMG188 «.'2 5 ) ) As. «2, storm-wind (= Aram. «V"lT) Zim BF94 ); — Qal (late) Pf. 3 ms. Vt Est 5"; Twip/. 3 mpl. c. rel. WTJB' Ec 12 3 ; — tremble, quake, in presence of powerful superior Est 5 9 (sq. ^S<?); said of T" 1 ??? , 1'?K' m descr. of infirm old man Ec 12 3 . Pilp. Ft. sf. TW& Hb 2 7 ; causat. and intens. they that shall violently shake thee, fig. of foes of Babylon, instruments of Yahweh's judgment. tnjm, and, by transpos., PlW (Di Dt 28 26 cf. Sta* 192 *) n.f. a trembling, i.e. object of trembling, terror : nyil Is 28 19 , also Kt Je i5 4 + 4 t.; HJgt Dt 28 s5 Ez 23" (also Qr Je 15 4 + 4t.); — object of trembling, terror, fright; 1J$ n»n) Dt 2 8 a ared thou shalt become a terror to all (?3?) the kingdoms of the earth ; '131 tj> IMVIM Je 15 4 29 18 , 34 17 (|| nif©6* nbxb nfi-in^ njriefy), a lso"ni Tb D*J«inM 24" (|| nsn : r6 '"Wi?!>] n r?F^ ^9^)' Ez 2 3 <6 2 Ch 2 9 8 - TJTT n.pr.m. a Gadite, 1 Ch5 13 , @ Zow, Zfo. tj*|$£ n.pr.m. a Horite Gn 36*= 1 Ch i 42 . fl. L11T] vb. be a stranger (Ar. Jlj (med. «) incline toward, repair to, visit; 11. honour as visitor or guest; ix. decline, turn aside; JjiJ visitor; Aram, "fit , oft. = Heb. "WD <wr«. aside, iwra. aside to visit) — Qal Pf. 3 pi. Hi y 58 4 (Kb 1445 ), <nf V' 78 30 Jb 19 13 ; Pt. IT Ex 30 33 + 2 7 t, ; f . rot Ex 30 9 + 7 t. ; mpl. Dnj Ho 5' + 3 ot.; fpl. Hilt Pr22 14 2 3 33 ; sf. ^J Is 2a 5 ; 1. Pf. become estranged ^ 58 4 , c. }D from Jb 19 13 ^78 ;i0 . 2. Pt. as adj. strange, or as noun stranger: a. to the family, of another household, Tt B*K Dt 25 s , elsewhere IT 1 K 3 19 Jb 19 15 Pr 6 1 11 16 20 16 27 13 ; D^J V 109 11 Pr gio.17. D< -,j ft)2, children of another household than God's Ho 5 7 ; especially of another family than priests' IT B>"J* Lv 22 12 (H) Nu 17 5 (P); IT Lv 22 1013 (H) Ex 2 9 33 30 33 Nu 3 1038 18 7 (P); not belonging to the tribe of Levi, Nu i 61 18 4 (P). b. to the person, another Jb 19 27 Pr 14 10 27"; TT1T (n^N) strange woman, harlot Pr 2 16 5 320 7 5 22 14 23 s3 . c. to the land, foreign, D'lJ foreigners (as such usu. enemies) Ho 7 9 8 7 Is i" 25 s - 6 29 6 6i 5 Je5 19 3o 8 5i 2 "La5 2 Ez7 21 n 9 i6 32 28 7 - ,(l 30 12 3i 12 Jo4 17 Ob" Jbi5 19 ^54 s ; "% b«  foreign god + 4 4 21 8 1 10 = ">T Is 4 3 "; so 0*% Dt*3 2 ,6 and (in fig.) Je 2 2S 3 13 ; Q'HT D?D foreign waters

K 19 24 Je 18 14 ; IT m.taj Is i 7 >» vine-slip of a 

stranger; OPTIJ TT1D3 H08 12 they are regarded as foreign; "IT 'HK'Vp Is 28 21 /us wor& is foreign (as if dealing with enemies), d. strange to the law ; '"PT fnbp strange incense Ex 30 9 (P) ; rtTJ VX strange fire Lv io 1 Nu 3 4 26 61 (P). Nipb. Pf. TitJ Is i 4 Ez 14 5 ; ie estranged Is i 4 , pregn., sq. T>nK (cf. KV); TgQ Ez 1 4 5 . Hopb. Pt. TrtO estranged y(r 69". til. ["Wj TT] vb. be loathsome, Bb* 1142 (Ar. 'lj fastidivit, abhorruit; As. 2<$m, re«««, Impf. izlru, DI Pre6 Schr C0TG1 °")— only 3 fs. rTjj Jb 19 17 ^^Np ,Tjj TW1 my JratfA is loathsome to my wife (p ^nSni in || c l.); > most, who derive fr. 1. T4T ; become strange and so rejmgnant. tl^T n.[f.] loathsome thing, KS". 1S*« nj? K-ITp D3^ mW D3EXD Nu n 20 (JE) and it (the flesh) become to you a loathsome thing (© lit X<jipav, 23 in nauseam), prob.err. for n"1T (Sam.) fill. [11TJ vb. press down and out (Aram. "C jyress togetlier, Syr. »o), ») compress; cf. Ar. Jl:' <iot'«< the lip of a beast) — Qal Pf.

pi. ^"it Is i" (pass.; > V TIT, Ar. Tj rfraw; 

/orot% togetlier 01 s 2 *^ 2 * 5 ' Kb 1333 ); 7mp/. 3 ms. Tj>! Ju 6 s8 , 3 fs. sf. ITJBJ Jb39 13 ; Pt.pass. f. n"l.1T (=nniT Ges 180 - 2 '") ls'59 6 ;— ^m* (twist or