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out T p"TT n.m. rr "• 2 insolence, presumptuous- ness(on format, cf. Lag BN204A " m ),abs. 'f Dti7 12 + 1 t.; cstr. ?*nj Je 49 >6 Ob 3 ; sf. ^p) i S i 7 28 ;—

. insolence, presumjrtion toward men ; affirmed 

of David by Eliab i S 17 s8 (||^.?b jn); usu. . of presumptuous godlessness (cf. "TO, II), exhibited in disobedience to priest or judge Dt 17 12 ; in false prediction i8~; in gen. Pni 2 (opp. n*V«X), 13 10 ; t rroy p r 21 24 (cf- 1J); 1|i> t Je 49 16 (=Ob 3 ) presumption of thine heart; of Babylon personif. under fig. of 'r Je5o 3 '- 33 ; dub. is '?n ma Ez 7 10 insolence liath blossomed (preceded by HtSEin f«S) i.e. either of Isr. as demanding punishment, or of Babylon as instr. of punishment. ■ LPT!?] MJ« insolent, raging, only pi. and fig. tpftrjn D^on ^i24 6 .

  • TU n.[m.] thing sodden or boiled,

pottage; abs. 'i Gn25 29 +4t. ; cstr. TM Gn 25 s4 ; — a kind of boiled leguminous food, obj. of in Gn 25 s9 (v. "HI Hiph.); defined v 34 as OVftft TJ? (v. tr?V); obj. of ^3 2K4 38 ; boiled in a "Vp v 39 cf. v 40 ; mentioned, appar. as a common food, Hg 2 12 . rt, «m, nr»l v. sub 1. nr. «r»T v. njn sub I. m. tW| n.pr.m. 1 Ch.23 10 =nn v " q.v. V* v. sub jm. tppt n.pr. 1. n.pr.loc. a. city S.E. from Hebron, Jos 15 55 1 Ch 2 42 2 Ch n 8 , mod. Tell Zif; Kob BB1 - 492 ' 498 Guerin Jodi ""- 159,,r : T-iani? iS

m.u 262 . 2 . c n loC| n? ,f , Sa3 « b city of 

southern Judah Jos 15 24 , site unknown. 2. n.pr.m. a son of f^fff, of Judah 1 Ch 4 16 , whether related to n.pr.loc. supr. does not appear. @ Za<f>a, Zuf>(m). (1 Ch 2 42 v. supr.) t ["»pn] adj.gent. of •ft 1. a ; only mpl. as n.pr.gent.Q"B] iS23 19 26 1 ; D'SH yj, 54= (title). tUD-'T n.pr.m. a son of ^?f>^ 1 Ch 4 16 Cffl "H (© Za<pa, Z(a)i(t>a), cf. *T] Supr.) /tipl V. I. [PJ], . TJ v. "W. tn^.f n.m. * 52 ' ,0 olive-tree, olive (NH «.; Aram. J*LT, K^; Eth. H^t: Ar. *^!j olive-tree, olive, tLJ;' olive-oil; v. Lag »'"- a5ff - Hom Au M tz.u.Abh., *M». y dub . rp^ an( j most der. fr. assumed nnt 6« tri^A*, fresh, luxuriant (v. sub 1]) + n afformat. which is then treated as radical, cf. Sta 5187 *; but this not certain, cf. 01 ^"••n 2 "; ace. to Lag Arme "- stuMiW /, ; g ArmerL l oan . word) y alg0 L «L.,B«,^._ ak ,, Gngll> cgtr m Dtg8

K 18 32 ; sf. ^W Dt 24 20 , ^ Ex 23" Dt 28 4 °; 

pi. tt<fq Dt 6", etc. ;— 1. olive-tree Ju 9 8 - 9 (personif., in Jotham's fable), Ho 14 7 (sim. of beauty), Jb 15 33 (as casting off its flowers, sim. of wicked man); in 2 S 15 25 ins. 12>K "?n (before TIW. read 'S3) ©L Dr; also pi. of two olive-trees Zc 4 311 ; fjjp.t + 5 2 w fresh, (thriving) olive-tree (sim. of prosperity), so Jen 16 ; TnjJJ Gn8 ' ' ( J) olive-branch, sprig, cf. Ne 8 1S (here + *S H^TS, etc.); also pi. OTTHJ ^ ^ I28 » ^j s/ioo(« (sim. of children) ; DWJ !?ae> Zc 4 12 olive-branches (in Zech.'s vision); IV] in repre- sentative or coll. sense, = olive-trees, groups of growing olive-trees, as property, source of wealth, olive-yards Ex 23 " (JE; + D13), Ju 15 5 { + id.); mn-j-y Hg2 19 ( + fiB-)n'! naxrini fBgn); also in phr. HT™?$P e>na Hb 3 17 the bearing, yield, of olive-trees (|| ^N r^p6 ntolE'*, c f. also nm and fSa *W v a); specif. IBS' rw, oil-yielding olive-trees Dt 8" cf. 2 K 1 8 32 ; 1 «]pl striking or beating of olive-trees Is 1 7" 24 13 (sini. of desolation at judgment of '»), cf. B3nn »3 1*^1 Dt 24 20 ; rather more often pi.; Am 4 9 (liniaa, nw|, D^ri), iS8" (||niife>, vms), cf. also Dt6" 28 40 * J0S24 13 2K5 26 iChJ^ 28 Ne5" 9 25 . 2. of fruit of olive-tree, olives: Dt 2 8 40b (e. r»r); n '-' V^ Mi 6 16 (|| R#); also ^ JOS' o?tt-e-oj7 EX2 7 20 30 24 (P) LV24 2 (H). 3. in designations of place: DV»*frj H^JjO 2 S 15 30

  • A« ascmi 0/ </ie olive-trees (© tV t.v dra/Wti

t£v c'Xatii/ = Mount of Olives) ; DWn— in Zc 1 4" (© to opos to>k Aaiiv); the well-known hill E. of Jerus. (NT usu. as Zc 14 4 ©, e.g. Mk 13 3 ; cf. also "inn 1 K 1 i r Ez 1 1 33 Ne 8 15 ; X (^Jyj 11CS 2 K 23 13 cf. 2 S 15 30 Zc 14 4 etc.; X Ct8 5 mfK) ^D, and so Talm. etc.) ' 1'T 1 ^ n -pr.m. (? olive-tree') — a Benjamite I Ch 7 10 , © Zmdav, @L Z n 6a. TDnj n.pr.m. (subriV in Thes, = foregoing) — a Levite (Gershonite) 1 Ch 23", appar. son of HV^ and brother of ^PIJ and ^ ; 2 6 22 appar. grandson of fjy?, and son of '}HJ^IJ (expressly called brother of /N^); ® Ztdofi, ZoBoy., ®L Zt;^.