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אברם
אגרף
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ȧbr-rek, rejoice thou ! CookSpeaker's Comm. Gn. ad loc. and p. 482; Lepage Renouf PSBA Nov. 1888.5f ȧb(u)-rek, thy command is our desire, i.e. we are at thy service; Say Rel. Bab. 183 As. abrikku = Ak. abrik, vizier (unpub. tabl.), v. already Dl W ; L134 c., l. 11.12 who cp. As. abarakku = title, perh. grand vizier ; against Dl, v, COT & NöZMG 1886, 734).

אַבְרָם, אַבְשַׁי v. אֲבִירָה, אֲבִישַׁי sub II. אבה.

אַבְשָׁלוֹם, אַבְשָׁלֹם v. אֲבִישָׁלוֹם sub II. אבה.

אגא (cf. Ar. أَجَأَ, flee Frey).

אָגֵא n.pr.m. (fugitive ?) father of a hero of David 2 S 2311 (ins. also 1 Cit 1113 DrSm).

אֲגָג, (אֲגַג Nu 247) n.pr.m. (violent? As. agâgu DlW) king of Amalek 1 S 158.9.20.32.32.32.33, also Nu 247 (E), as symbol of might; (Is * then title ? v. Di).

אֲגָגִי adj.gent. of Haman (= Amalekite ? so Jew. trad. & cf. Jos.Ant. xl.6.5) Est 31.10 83.5 924.

אגד (bind, so Talm. *, Aram. *).

אֲגֻדָּה n.f. band (Mishn. * cf. NHWB). 1. pl. cstr. ** bands, thongs (fastening ox-bow) metaph. of fetters of slavery Is 586. 2. ** bunch of hyssop Ex 1222. 3. * abs. band of men (cf. * Eng. band) 2 S 225. 4. * vault of the heavens (as fitted together, constructed, cf. Ar. إجَادٌ Am 96.

אֱגוּז n.[m.] nuts (coll.) (NH id., *, Ar. جَوْزٌ, Eth. ገውዝ፡ Aram. ܓܰܘܙ‎, *; cf. Pers. گوز, whence prob. * as loan-word) Ct 611.

אגל (HoffmHiob. 86 comp. Ar. اجل restrict, Eth. እገሌ፡ a certain one (name withheld), etc.)

אֵ֫גֶל n.[m.] usually trans. drop, * dew-drops Jb 3828 (‖ *) so Vrss De Di; Hoffm ‘Rückstände,’ ‘Ansammlungen,’ i. e. collections, stores, reserve-supply.

אֶגְלַ֫יִם n.pr.loc. town in Moab Is 158; (meaning ?); ? cf. Αἰγαλειμ (Euseb.) 9 m. S. of Areopolis; v. LagOnom. 228, 98 ; ed. 2. p. 244.

אגם (troubled, sad, As. agâmu DlW cf. Ar. أَجَمَ loathe ; also أَجَمَةَ marshy jungle ; v. *).

אֲגַם n.[m.] troubled pool (Aram. id., ܐܶܓܡܳܐ‎, As. agammu DlW)* abs. Is 357; cstr. 4118 + 2 t.; * Ex 81 + 2 t.; * Is 1423; * Ex 7191. troubled or muddy (gloomy) pools or marshes, pl. ** Is 1423. 2. any pool, pond, sg. ** Is 4118 t ψ 10735 1148; pl. without * Ex 719 81 (P) Is 4215. 3. swamp-reed, rush ( = *) Je 5131.

†[אָגֵם] adj. sad (cf. Mish.) * Is 1910.

אַגְמֹן, אַגְמוֹן n.[m.] rush, bulrush. 1. used as cord or line Jb 4026 (of twisted rushes, or spun of rush-fibre, cf. Di ad loc.); as fuel 4112; sim. of bending head Is 585. 2. metaph. of the lowly, insignif. (‖ *) Is 913 1915.

אגן (prob. circular, round, cf. Ar. أُجنَةٌ ball of cheek & v. Talm. * curved rim of a vessel).

[אַגָּן] n.[m.] bowl, basin (Talm. *, Aram. *, ܐܰܓܳܢܳܐ‎; Ar. إجَّانَةٌ, vessel in which clothes are washed ; As. (pl.) aganâte DlW). 1. basins used in ritual * Ex 246 (E). 2. **, sim. of curves of body Ct 73. 3 metaph. of family of Eliakim. ** = basin-vessels Is 2224 (= bowl-shaped vessels Che) opp. ** ; both ‖ **.

אגף (As. stem of agappu, wing, cf. DlW).

[אֲגַף] n.[m.] band, army (loan-word, orig. wing of army; As. agappu, Aram. *, wing. Others, fr. *, Sta§ 256b)—All Ez. & all pl. (or du.?) * Ez 389 394; * 1214 + 3 t.; * 386 (all c.* exc. 3822)—bands, armies of king of Judah Ez 1214 1721; hordes (RV) of Gog 389.22 394; specif. of * 386; of * ib.

†I. [אָגַר] vb. gather (food)—only QalPf. *, of ant Pr 68 (obj. *); Impf. 2 ms. * of Isr. Dt 2839 (obj. = grapes, not expr.); Pt. ** subst. one who gathers (abs.) Pr. 105.

II. [אגר] (pay, hire, Ar. أَجَرَ, Aram. *, ܐܶܓܰܪ‎, As. agâru DlW, Palm. * Reck ZMG 1888, 396).

אָגוּר n.pr.m. (perh. hireling, Ar. أَجِيرٌ, Aram. *, ܐܰܓܺܝܪܳܐ‎ v. PS, As. agîru, cf. HptBAS i. 124; others gatherer fr. 1 *) son of *, an author of proverbs Pr 301.

[אֲגוֹרָה] n.f. payment, ** 1 S 236.

אִגֶּ֫רֶה n.f. letter, letter-missive (late, prob. loan-word, As. egirtu DlW)—abs. Ne 28 + 2 t.; cstr. Est 929; pl. * abs. 2 Ch 301 + 3 t.; cstr. Ne 29; * Ne 617letter, esp. royal letter 2 Ch 301.6 Ne 27.8.9; but also others Ne 65.17.19 Es 926.29 (‖ * vv20.30; other syn. ** q.v.)

אֲגַרְטָל v. גרמל.

אֶגְרֹף v. גרף.