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crrn pi. £"jn Ju 5 6 + 4 t.; ^n ( c f. Kb 1 ' 243 ) Ju 5 7 i s 2 5 ; i pi. Uinn J e 44 18 ; Imp/. hm Dt 15" + (Jb io^KthrV jussive >Qr bimimv.); >$$ Jui5 7 +3t.; nhnw Jbi6 6 ; pL%Ez2' + 2 t.; $VR Ex 9 M : ^Wl On 1 1 9 Ex g 33 , hljj 1 K 22 15 , etc.; 7n/. c*<r. 7W1 1 S 12 23 ; 7»ii>. ?iq Ex i4 12 + ; etc.; 6"]n I s i 16 2 s12 ; l^n Zc 11 12 ;— 1. cease, co?ne to an end Ex 9 M14 (J), Is 24 s ; impers. m T b6 nvn!) inn Gni8 n (J); cease to be Dt 15" (sq. JO), and poet. Jus 6 - 7 - 7 1 S 2 s Jb 14'; =6e lacking, fail Jb 19 14 Pr io 19 . 2. cease, leave off, sq. inf. c. ? Gn 1 1 8 (J), 41 49 (E), Nu 9 13 (P), iSi2 a 23" Je44 18 51 s0 Dt 2 3 23 f 36 4 Pr 19 s7 Ru i 18 ; inf. alone Is i 16 ; so also Ho 8 10 , where read ^Jjl) for ^n>l ® Che We; sq.inf. c. It?Ex23 5 (JE), iK i5 21 = 2Chi6 5 ; sq. subst. c. |P (cease regarding) Is 2 22 (but Che Du al. treat v. as interpol.; om. ®), iS9 5 Pr23 4 ; sq. dTiPXD 2 Ch 35 2 ', i.e. leave off provoking God ; Ex I4 I2 (J), sq. 13SO desist from us, let us alone; Jb 7 16 ; sq. ace. Jb 3" lp 'n ; Jb 14 6 have rest (i.e. cease from being troubled, see Di; cf. v 1 ); no complem. expressed, cease, forbear Ju 1 5 7 20 28 Am 7 5 1 K 22 6,5 =2 Ch 18 514 , Je 40 4 41 8 Zc ii 12 V 49 9 Jb 16 6 2 Ch 25 16 ; specif, of refusal to hear Ez 2 s7 3 1127 (all opp. J»B>). Hoph. l'f (contracted) c. interrog. part. ^Pljiq Ju 9 91113 should I be made to leave, sq. ace. (cf. Kb 1 - 240 *); but perh. rd. *fyfjn, Qal Pf. Stu Be, cf., for ace. sq., Jb 3 17 .

S~}T adj. forbearing, lacking, -nnn as 

subst. Ez ■f he that forbeareth (opp. VD&, cf. Hn Qal ad fin.); cstr. D^K hn Is 53 3 lack- ing men (i. e. forsaken by them) ; — ceasing, transient *Jjj Hrrno ^ 39 s , but rd. rather tbn, v. Che erltn -" tpnn] n.[m.] cessation, only bin ^erc Is. 38 11 (so Baer) inhabitants of (land of) ces- sation, i. e. of She '61; v. Di ; butrd. rather "ijn, v. "^n. t*7"!H n.pr.m. an Ephrahnite, 2 Ch 28 12 , © XoaS, A A881, ®L A8X». P*7n (■/of foil.; NH p^n jtwess or <Arws«  m, Aram. P3D id. (denom.?)). tpTTl n.[m.] brier (NH wty Aram. «P t "in LSw P.147.1Io.lM. cf Ar J^ a king. of night. shade, v. Lane 51 ' 2 );— P"jn3 D31B Mi f the best of them (si vera 1.) is like tlie brier (|| nslDBEne*); pin n±ma i>sy iftj r r is 19 </« way 0/ a sluggard is like a brier-liedge. tbjp^n n.pr.fl. Tigris (As. Idiklat, Di- klat, Old Pers. Tigrd Spieg ArK - 0, °"-, etc.), the famous Afsyr. river; v. esp. DI 1 ' 1 " 10 '-" 1 "'-; 'n Gn 2 14 ; ^n Dn io 4 . i[ lin] vb. surround, enclose (Ph. in deriv.; Ar. ,!.». n. conceal, jX* curtain con- cealing a person, chamber, hou<e, or tent as concealing some one ; Eth. *}.<£<;: dwell; v. also foil.)— only Qal Pt. fs. Dr6 TYTJlhn Ez 21" that which surroundeth them (of the sword), — so @ Thes Sin Co Da VB. t-nn n.m. ich28n chamber, room (NH id.; Ph.' Tin, mtn; Sab. Trfl Mordt 2 * 10 ' 18 "' 24 ; Eth. <^«l^Ci)— abs.Tin 2 S i 3 10 + 1 1 1.; ni-inn Gn 43 20 1 K i 16 ; nvjnn Ju I 5 1 2 S 13 10 ; cstr. "•I? Ct 3 4 ; tvj Ex 7»+5t.; sf. rnn Jo 2 16 ; pi. B^O Dt 32 a Pi-24 4 ; cstr. TJIJ ft 7" + 8 1.; sf. VJTn Is 26 s0 ; PTWJ Ct i 4 1 Ch 28 11 ;— room, chamber, usually private, as bedroom Gn 43 30 (J), Ju 15 1 i6 912 2S13 1010 1K1" Ct i 4 Is 26 20 ; Ju I4 18 rd. prob. HTJfjn bridal-chamber for np-inn sta ZAW1884 - 25 - cf. Jo 2 16 (|| nrien of bride), Vyp 'n Ct 3 4 (II 'BK T3); of kings (of Egypt) V 105 30 ; specif.: 32^1? 'n 6ed- c&am&er Ex 7 s8 (J), 2 S 4 7 2K6" Ec io 20 ; other combinations: — '"HpBri 'n Ju 3 24 =cooZ chamber; D'B^fn 'n 1 Ch 28 11 inner chamber; in^D 'Tin Ez 8 12 /«'« cliambers of imagery (del. Hi Co Sgfr.); 'na 'n a chamber within a chamber, i.e. an innermost chamber 1 K20" 2 2 25 =2 Ch 18 24 , 2 K 9 2 ; pl. = store-rooms Pr 24 4 ; so nitSBn 'n 2 K n 2 =2 Ch 22 11 , i.e. room where beds were stored (Ke Th); metaph. 'H OJg Pr f (II iw »§•«); fpn mn Jb 9 9 cAawi- 6er« of south (where constellations are treasured up, v. Di; Hoffm. thinks of n.pr. of star cr constell.); cf. Jb 37 s a chamber whence comes storm-wind (nsiD); JB3 'Tin i.e. inner parts of body, only fig. Pr i8 8 =26 22 , 20 27 " ; in Dt32 25 W']"irrg=within, poet, for JV30, ||pnp without. t "ij^in n.pr.terr. only Zc 9 1 'n fn$ (II PV'Q'V); perh. = As. Hatarakka, JJatari(k)ka, a district near Damascus and Hamath; v. Schi '-.Dl 1 t [t^*in] vb. onlyPi.(and Hithp.) renew, repair (poet, and late) (NH id., Ph. EHn ; n. Bnn new moon, also in nBHnmp new-city=