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il��9 n'� �;J� V l3 (so also Vl4 Ew Th We Klo Dr), I K 1520 :I K 15.9; = e;9 /� 2 Ch 1 64 (=Abil el Kamh, whea t-meadow NW. of Dan & S. of Mu­ t'ullel; Rob1lJl1ll•m). 3. e'�iP o �;J� n.pr.loc. (= acacia-meadow) in lowlands of �Ioab N u 33.9; = e'�� Nn 251 �[i 65 (=Tel Kefr'eill (1) Tristr &. l\[errillPESoe . .. b 8 .... ment.l'9 ). 4. e'T;l�r ';J� n.pr.loc. (=vineyard-meadow) in Ammon Ju 1 133 (v. Euseb. 'AflfAap.7rlAWV). 5. il�\n9 ';J� n.pr.loc. ( = dance-meadow) J n 722 I K 412 ; Eli�ha's birthplace 1 916 (v. Ensch. 'A{3lAp.olAm). 6. e;'J¥� ';J � n.pr.loc. (=meadow of Egypt, i.e. fertile as Egypt 1) Eo of Jordan Gn 5011 (where interpr. as if '0 ,��, so ffi in; v. Di). tS:l� adv. 1. in older Heb. with an asseye:'a;;ve force, verily, of a truth Gn 4221 2 S 145 I K I " 2 K 41" with a slight adverso force, nay, but Gn 1 719(P). 2. in late Heb. as a decided adversative, howbeit, but ·Dn 1 07.21 Ezr I OU 2 Ch I' 1 93 3317 (cf. AI'. � ola truth, sometimes, from the context, nay ratlter Qor 282 .••. 1I0.1�9.1 ••. 1 6�.26 1 3U3 462 etc.) III. S:l� (cf. Ar. jJ able to manage camels, fro �\, colI., Sab. �J� �amel DHMZMG I8!13 , 329 ). tt;;�ll� n.pr.m. (1 camel-driver), overseer of David's camels I Ch 2 7so. S:l �, r,:l�� V. �:l '. • \, T F?'� 2 7' n.f. Gn 29 ,2 (m. 1 817.'0?) stone (As. abnu, = the sharp, projecting 1 V. Dlw, prl07  ; Ph. p� ; Amm. l��, �bt; Eth.h.fil: 8ah. [eJ�::J � DHM · Zll G I""l.SII)_'� abs. Gn 2822 + ; 1�� 1 13 + ; cstr. 49" + ; sf. ���� 2 K i6; e'1�� GIl 3I·6+ , etc.; -a stone (large or small). 1. in natural state, used as pillow Gn 2811•18 (E); scat Ex 1 7 12 (E); cover of well Gn 292.S.S.8.10 (J) ; causing one to stumble Is 814; marring good ground 2 K 319.2.; hand-missile Ex 2 1 18 (JE) Nu 3517.2 3 (P) 2 8 I 65.IS, esp. in judicial stoning, with vb. en Lv 202.'17 2 4�3 NU l 410 1 535.36 J os 726• (all P), so also Dt 2 1 21 2 eh 24.1 Ez 1 640 2347 ; cf. I K 1 2 18= 2 eh 101"; with vb. �i29 Dt 1 311 1 76 2 221.24 I K 2 1 13; also Jos 72r,b (JE or D) ; sling-stones Ju 2015 I S 1 7.0 . • 9 .••. 60 2 Ch 2614 ; hurled by engines 2 Ch 261(; ; set up for inscribing law Dt 2 72 .• . 8 Jos 8'2 (all D) ; as memorial Jos 4S.5.8.7.8.V.�0.21 (JED) 1 8 712; as sacred pillar (il��'r;») Gn 2 818 3514 (anointed with oil),2822( = '�n'�) cf./� (il�i) '�lt?; Gn 4�/' (v. Di); as witness 3 1.5 cf. J os 2425:27 (all .JE) ; pI. gathered into heap (��) over dead, JOB 726 (v. Di) 829 cf. 1 018.27 (JE) 2 S 6 1 817 ; '� on which meal was eaten, in a compact Gn 31····· (JE); built into altar Ex 2025 Dt 2 7M (JED) JOS831 I K 1 831.32.88; cf. 2 K 2311 @ Klo (for ilOJil) ; of figured stone (forbidden) n'�� '� Lv 261 (H) ; il �" J '� where ark rested I S 614•16 also VIS (MT �::J � q.v.) ; (v. for other note­ worthy stones 9. infr.) 2. stone, as mate­ rial, of tablets Ex 2 412 3 118 341 (pI.) v ··· (JE) Dt 413 5 19 99•10.11 101.3; of vessels, hence prob. Ex 719 (P; '�=vessels of stone lI e'�y) v. Di; idols (II ry) Dt 428 28s6.64 2916 2 K 1 918= Is 3 710; also J e 39 Ez 20S2; pavement 2 K 1 617 ; edifice I K 67 cf. Gn 1 18; also 2 S 511 2 K 1 213 I eh 2 215; oft. pI. of (worked) stones Lv 1 4·0.42.42.4s.u (P ; in wall of house) 2 K  :l2 6 + , cf. of city­ wall Ne 3s�; of (ruined) city I K 1 522 Ne 3"'; tomb Is 1 419; n�iR; ew� (costly building­ stones) I K 5S1 79.10.11 (v. also sub 3) ; -'1.�� 0:

= marble (v. ffi) I Ch 292 ; n'l� '1.�� =

hewn stones I K 581 I Ch 2 22 Ez 4042 (for altar­ tables),-cf. n'r� j J�';1� I� 2 K 1 213 2 26 2 Ch 3411 ; foundation-stone, corner-stone Is 2815 J e 5 126 Jb 386 t I I 822; cap-stone, completing the building, il�t7�!� I�� ZC 47 (but V. il�� �'�i t I I 822 as above), jl;c 39 'Upon one stone seven eyes, prob. refers to this cap- or head-stone; the eyes are symbol of God's watchfulness; perhaps explaining cup-stones found in Orient, V. Guthe ZPV I890.129 ; stone -cutters '� ';?�O 2 8 511 I Ch 2 216; '�� ';J�h 2 K 1 213 cf. I Ch 222. 3. precious stone, gen. with modifying word illR: '� colI. 2 8 1 230 I K 1 02 + oft. (v. 2); eoisio '� Gn 212 (J) cf. Ex 257 2 89 359.27 396 (P) I Ch 292; tJ'��� '� Ex 257 359.27 cf. I eh 292; i'�I;l '� Ez 126 1 01 ; n1�� '1.�� Is 5412; i'�C1 '� ib. ; il l1 ��1 '1J�!:l '1.�� I Ch 292; m '� Pr 1 78; on t7 � '1.�� (stones oj.fire) Ez 281U6 as precious stones=As. aban i;ati (1) V. DIP.u8 & W40; but 8m al. thunderbolts; also without distinctive modifier Ex 257 359; I� t7jO engrnverin stone Ex 2811 cf. 3 I 5 358S (P). t4. st01MS containing metal, = ore, Dt 89 (v. Di) Jb 282 cf. vS. t5. a weigld, as orig. stone (v. Pr 2 7s cf. Eng. weight stone = I 4 tb) D'?-'��� Pr 1 611 (cf. As. DlWSS) ; '1J�IijO ,�  :I 8 1 428 (i.e. acc. to royal standard ; cf. COT On 2S.1ft) ; I�� ,� Dt 251S Pr 2010.2S (i. e. different weights, for dishonest use) ; il l1 "l� '1.�� D'� Mi 611 ; just weights i'1�- '1.�� Lv 1 986 ; ill1.?� /� Pr I l l ; hence also heavy mass of metal (lead) Zc 58. t6. plummet Is 3411 (stones oj devastation, or emptiness, cf. 011 sense 2 K 2 I IS Am 77.8) ; also made of metal " "! �O '�il jl; c 410 (convcrsely plummet fro plumbum). t7. objectslikestones; partic. hail, explici tly, 'lfO '1.�� J os l Oll cf. Is 30so; t7 '���� '� Ez 1 311•18 382�; but also e'1��