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tOflTTQ appar. adj. gent., only 'Bn b$tyl i Ch ii 4 «, but rd. prob. "?rran (Be), v. D^TO n.pr.loc. sub njn ; Ot suggests also 'iiytsn ; © & M«i, A 6 Mamnc, ©L c fare] make known, c. ace. njn ^ 19 3 (subj. npy, sq. n ^; Vfr 5?'?-); c.»co.'y5 Jb 3 2 ioi7 i c. 2 acc/DanK *V3 n '0° MTl'ljO 3 2 6 , sq. sf. pers. + obj. cl., : vfe rtfyfo niv - "? J|V!|*! 3 6 2 ««d / win «/teto thee that (there are) </«< words for God; sq. sf. pers. only Jb 15 17 ; — rd. prob. also Hjnxi for .TJ5K1 ^ 52" Hi Cbe al. TLninN] n.f. declaration (in form, an Aram. Aphel Inf.)— only sf. ' OgtfQ "niriNl Jb 13 17 (in || line *rbo $>iOB> WEB»)'. "tin 2 Ch 33" v. sub nrn. nin (v of foil., meaning dubious). trrin n.m. 2K149 1. brier, bramble. 2. hook, ring, fetter; — 'n abs. Ho 9 s + 8 t. ; pi. tmn i s 13 6 (but v. infr.), a^rrtn ct 2 2 ; n^nn (^133"; — 1. a. brier, bramble 2 K i4 99 = 2 Ch 25 1818 (allegory of Jehoash); coll., sign of desolation Ho 9" (|| tflDp), Is 34 13 (|| EntSp, Dn'D), Jb 3 i 40 (opp. D'tsn); in sim. of fool's parable "liSB'Ta nSy 'n Pr 26 s a brier eometh into the hand of a drunken man (De Now Str) ; D'ninn pa ,13 W3 Ct 2 2 ; briers = thickets as hiding-places 1 S'13 6 (but Ew We Dr Wfti holes, cf. 14 11 ; v. sub in. -nn; || ninyt? , D^p, D'lVlX, nVlS; © here & t. uMpais; 14 11 « r. T/KoyXcoi/). 2. late, a. 7;ooA or ring, in jaw of crocodile c. 3J3FI Jb 40 26 (|| teN2 |b3K D'STiri); of captive D^nha nebo-nx naS>»i 2 Ch'33 11 (cf. nn). tnn n.m. hook, ring, fetter; — nn abs. Ex 35 s2 ; sf. ^n is 37 s9 2 K 19 28 ; pi. D'nn Ez

9 4 + 2 1. + Ez 29 4 Qr (Kt erron. D"nn, v. infr.) ; 

— 1. hook, ring, in nose of captive 'nn ROE'I flj*? Is 3 7 29 =2 K 1 9 s8 (cf. enha 2 Ch 33 11 ,' v.' nin supr.); so of princes of Judah, under fig. of young lions Ez 19 49 (in v 9 transp., so that D'nna foil, (pan as v"; so Co); in jaws of crocodile (metaph. of Pharaoh), c. ]T)3 Ez 29 4 , cf. 38 4 (but © om. and sense opposes, cf. Co and— dub. — Da). 2. hook, ring as ornament, perhaps nose-ring (others brooch, see VB), Ex

a (P; I OR, "SW, t?«). 

I0"in (of foil.; Ar. kli , Aram. ^ , B«n sew). tt^n n.m. J ° sS18 thread, cord, line (NH id. ; Ar. kli., Aram. J^cL, NOin)_' n abs. Gn 14" + 2t.; cstr. Jos2 18 +3t.; — 1. thread, as easily broken Ju 16 12 (sim.); as composing a rope or cord; ron »#n 'n nipn Jos 2 18 (JE) this cord of scarlet thread (lit. the cord of this thread of scarlet); prob. also b$: ifi-f ~iyi ONTO Gn 14 23 from a thread to a sandal-thong ; in sim. 'na W- Ct 4 3 like a thread of scarlet are thy lips. 2. cord, e>We>n 'nn Ec 4 12 a three-fold cord. 3. line, as measure of length iK j" and a line of twelve cubits surrounded (i. e. would sur- round) it (cf. lij v 23 ), so Je 52 21 . "^n v. sub 11. nin. ^ n 7' 1 ir! n.pr.terr. (-/dub. Dl r,]2 suggests ?in sand-land, downs, as Heb. popular etym., MV" give it as actual etym.; Sta ThLZApr - 28 - 18!>4 ' 235 compares this, as well as 7ft sand, with Ar. ^jsoft mud, [damp sand]) — npiinn ynvt Gn 2 11 (surrounded or bordered — 2JD— by river Pishon ; noted for excellent gold, bdellium and s/w/tam-stone); elsewhere without art. '"V'ln 10" = 1 Ch i 9 as a ' son' of Cush (between N3D and n^3p) ! but also as a ' son ' of JBpJ, a descend- ant of Shem Gn 1 o 29 = 1 Ch 1 23 (bet ween TBiK and aa^) ; -wty-ny 'n? Gn 25 18 said of limits of Ishmaelitish territory ; cf. same limits of Amalek i S 15 7 (but dub.; We rds. D^B, cf. v 4 and vid. Dr; Glaser sklIM "' ■ rds. n^prj as 23 19 26 13 ). — Most have supposed several regions named 'n to be indicated in these passages : — e.g. Thes 1. Arabian shore of Pers. Gulf Gnio 29 etc. 2. Ethiopian coast Gn 10' etc. 3. India Gn 2" (regarded as indef. extension of i). Di cnio.7 distinguishes I and 2 either as quite distinct, or as different settlements of one great people, and (on Gn 2 14 ) thinks that 'n px ^3 Gn 2" implies vague extension eastward. Dl r.]2«r. 5 7ff. j dent if. 'n i n a ll passages with NE. part of Syrian desert, so E. Meyer G "* ch - A1Mrth - '• ™; Gi ase ,.sku 2 .ii.323ff. with centra i an{ j NE. Arabia. The question is still undecided. I 1 - /in [/^njvb. whirl, dance, writhe (NH, Aram, id., dance; Ar. Jl» change, turn; As. A«/M,^CT^7AeinfearDl Prm (on//.= _v.DHM ZK1 • 8,,7 ); on form of Heb. vb. v. No 2 " 01883 ' 536 )— Qal Pf 3 fs. n?n Mi i ,2 +2 t.; rbn consec. Ho n"; "l?^n IS23 4 ; &h Jes 3 (but v. infr.), La 4"; 6pj