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PT! no'K), La I s0 (cf. Ez 7 U supr. 6); so pnnp tEz4i M . j> P™? om </<e outsj'de o/, Gn 19 16 -v$ pnp wnw, 24" Ex 26 s4 37" Lv8 17 14 8 Nu 35' Jos 6 23 Je2i 4 + , even after a vb. of motion 1 K 21" "t$ pnp VWXto, 2K23 6 , though in this case 7 pITO 7N is more common, Lv4 1 "' rand? pro **, 6 4 10 4 i 4 404l + oft. P, Dt 23 11 . «. ffSVTD Ez 40 40 on tlte outside, |> nttTO v 44 . / (late) t IP P n outside of, Ec 2 26 who can eat, and who enjoy, "^pp pn outside of me, i.e. except me? (but rd. rather, with © <a De Now al., WW pn <y)ar< ,/rojn, without him, i. e. God). (So NH f» pn exce//*, with- out, v. De 1 * 2 - 25 . Cf. the Aram. syn. JO 13 except Ex20 3 J, apart from, without Is 36 10 X ; Syr. ^ii »ii». id.) . Of a definite locality, viz. a. that which is outside the houses of a town, i. e. a street IS51 23 D'layb pna, Je 37 21 D'BKn pn the Bakers' street, Pr I 20 pn? nnrna : so f> PC's* ninn the 'n Je 5"

13 Je 9 20 ); oft. in pi., as 

streets of Ashkelon 2 S I 20 , tbtiVP

17JI4 +oft. Jer., 1 K 20 34 pefia ^"DT" nisrn 

and streets (i.e. bazaars) shalt thou make thee in D., as my father made in Samaria (a con- cession involving the right of trading), Am5 16 Is 15 3 24" (as scene of mourning), Is 5 25 Je 51 4 Ezn 6 2S 23 (as filled with corpses of slain), nijnn - ?? e»S03 i. e. in conspicuous places, Na 3 10 La 2 19 4 1 Is 5 1 20 , ni«n B'D mire of streets Zc io 5 (trampled on by warriors), in simile, of foes trodden under foot, ty 1 8 43 Mi 7 10 (so 'n IDh? Is io 6 ), metaph. of cheapness and abundance Zc 9 3 . b. more gen., that which is outside enclosed cities, the open country, Jb 18' 7 N?1 pTPJB-i>S b Dt? ( v . De), cf. Pr 24 s7 ; in the pi.' Jb 5 10 ninn »jb by d?p r6eh, p r 8 26 ^ 144 13 (as place where flocks abound). tpirn adj. outer, external (opp, VJf) f. njrtrn (f or jixin, by dissim., Ba 1 "'""' Phil BA8II.2.S62 G e8 'W.3E6^_ 1# 2 Kl6 18 ^fH N13D njlOPnn the outer entry of the king (viz. to the Temple), Ez 44 1 the outer gate of the sanctuary, n:iynn ixnn the outer court (of the Temple) Ez io 6 4 o 17MMMX 4a M.M*.M 44 i».i 4 g9 50 - 21 , cf. Est 6 4 (of Ahasuerus' palace), 2 Ch 33 14 'n npin an ow<er wall (built by Manasseh lor the th tf ); jisnnn a bsol., in i'lrn 1 ) 1 K 6 2930 , |irn3 Ez 4 1 17 (n^3H being understood) of the outer (part of the Temple), i. e. the Holy Place (cf. 'D'M, njPlf, of the Holy of holies). 2. fig. outward, external njirnn nat6pn Ne 11" 1 Ch 26 s9 , of business not distinctively sacred, in which Levites were engaged (cf. the NH use of 'n to denote extra-canonical, as Sanh. io 1 [Jost, 11 1 Surenh.] DWnn D^DD). II. Tin ("/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^U sew to- gether, Aram. ^J. bind, compress, crfyiyyeiv, ).**. bandage : ULL IV. encompass, kJla. waW, which is oft. compared, does not correspond phoneti- cally). t^Tj n.[m.] party-wall (NH id., prob. from Ez I. c.) — Ez 13 10 , ace. to Ki njma nx'no i.e. a thin or party- wall. pl!"7, pTT (-/of foil.; As. htku, embrace, Creation Tabl.* -1,8 ; Ar. (J*.*- ring, (_>>=■ width of desert, of well, of vulva, tjy> wide; Di comp. also Eth. thjSfi shore of sea, fr. sur- rounding, cf. As. supr.) t [pin] n.[m.] bosom, f 74" Kt Hpin (but rd. Qr IJJ^n , v. following). tp^n, pn n.[m.] bosom (NH id.) — abs. P>T Ez 43 17 Pr le^ + Ez 43 13 (Coip'n, cf. ZKW .pp.C7ff.. n pnn Dj.8ml.xi) pr] p,. 2 jl4. cgtr pn 1 K 22 35 + 3 t. + Ez 43 14 "(Co ipn) pn p r

20 (om. by accident in Baer, cf. Str"""-) 17 23 ; 

sf. "p'D 1 K 3 20 V 89 51 ; ?n Jb 1 9 s7 etc.; elsewh. alw. plene c. sf.; "Jpin Kt i//- 74" (Qr IP'n); — bosom, specif. 1. of fold of garment, at breast Ex 4 6M " (all J), Pre 27 16 33 , metaph. of '1 ^ 74 11 ; '03 nnfe> Pr 21 14 is a hidden reward (concealed in bosom; |J "TT1D3 [HD); pnp in& 1 7 s3 is a gift secretly given; fig., requite into bosom Is 65 s - 7 ^35" 79 12 Je 32 18 . 2. carry (NB0) in bosom, Moses the people Nun 12 (JE); Naomi, Ruth's child Ru4 16 ,cf. 1K3" 17 19 ; ewelamb2Si2 3 Is 40" (metaph.); La 2 12 of infants dying in their mothers' arms ; fig. of carrying insults in one's bosom ijr 89 s1 (rd. prob. ril??? for ?3, v. Bi Che). 3. bosom as part of body : a. external, lie in bosom, of wife mat? Mi 7 s , cf. 2S 12 8 ; concubine Gn 16 5 (J) cf. 1 K i 2 ; (l)P'n nSW Dt 13 7 28", cf. also Pr 5 20 n>"l33 pn PjjjW; W»n t^i* Dt28 S6 . b. in- ternal, anger resteth D'^Da 'TO Ec 7 9 ; Vffa ^3 ■"pns Jb 19 27 my reins are consumed within me; Jb 23 12 (rd.-pna for ^np, so & 55 01 Me Stu Di) in my breast have I hidden the words of his mouth (cf. 'Spa 1^ 119 11 ); fig. of interior of chariot 1 K 22 s5 33*in 'n ; of hollow bottom