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wan W] Is38 17 ^51", y'SOn Dnp 16 1// i03 10 , Da'XCnis i ls ; — 1. (tin: a. against man Gn4i 9 (E) Ec 1 o 4 . b. elsewh. ag. God, abs. Is 3 1 7 Ho 1 2 9 ; Ken 'n La 7 8 cf. Dt 19 15 2 K 10 s9 ; mo astro 'n sm worthy of death Dt2i 22 =ni» 'n 22 26 ; with 3, because of, Dn 9 16 ; God is entreated: hide thy face from my sins yfr 51"; and it is said in faith, thou wilt cast behind thy back all my sins Is 38 17 . 2. guilt of sin: 2 KUn IW «« (the guilt of sin) come on one Dt 15 9 21 22 23 22,23 24 15 ; HO IKDrO m /«8 sin (guilt) die Nu2 7 3 (P); IKDro E*N eae/t /or /ms own sin Dt 2 4 16 =2 K i4 ,6 =2 Ch 25"; 'DX WIDIT KOTO V' 51 7 in sin (condition of sin and guilt) my mother con- ceived me; D-JBO Da'NCn DN Is i 18 though your sins be like scarlet (in guilt) ; vh nfetf UWBm N? ■>jf 103 10 «o< according to our sins (their guilt) hath he done to us. 3. punishment for sin : 'n NBO bear sin (its punishment) Lv 20 20 24 15 (H), Nu 9 13 i8 ffi (P); with 5jJ, oear sin because of Lvi 9 17 22 9 (H) Nu i8 32 (P); bear sins of idols (in worshipping idols) Ez 2 3 49 ; the ideal servant of Yahweh bore the sins of many Is 53 12 ; without Nfeo, only La3 39 1XDn by T3J (wherefore doth) a man (complain) for the punishment of his sin ? I [t^t£n] adj. and n.xn. 1. sinful, 2. sin- ners — as adj.f. nxtSPI Am 9 s , elsewhere only pi. DWI Nu32 u +i5 t.; cstr. »Ken Am^ ; sf. iTKtsn Is 13 9 ; — 1. adj. a. sinful men Nu 32 14 (J), kingdom Am 9*. b. exposed to condemna- tion, reckoned as offenders 1 K I 21 (cf. Hiph. Pt. Is 29 21 ). Elsewh. 2. n.m. sinners Nu if(P), 1 S 15 18 Am 9 10 Is i 28 13 9 33 14 ^ 1" 25 s 26 9 51 15 104 s5 Pn 10 i 3 2

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Gn4 7 + I24t.; nfn?Nui5 24 (txt.err.fornfc<t3n7), nxtsnp Zc 13 1 (but'rd. nxBnbsta 2 ^ 1 - 36 ); cstr. niwn Ex 30 10 + 1 9 t. ; sf . WOpn Gn 3 1 M + 1 6 1. ; vhstsri j k 16 26 , DanNtsn Ex 3 2 30 + 3 1., eto.,+ 52 1. sf.; pi. rton' 2 K 12" + 3 1.; cstr. mtfan ^25 7 +i7t.; ntftan Nus 6 +6t.; sf. rniNtsn ^25 18 ; intitsn Ezi8 21 33 16 , etc., + 40 t, "sf. ;— 1. sin : a. against man Gn 31 36 5o 17 (E), Nu 12 11 (J) 1 S 20 1 ; ms 'n sms against man Nu 5 6 (P). Elsewhere b. against God Lv 4 142328 (P), 1 S 2 17 14 38 1 K i6 1313 2 K 21 1617 2 Ch 33 19 Is 3" 30 1 58 1 59 212 Jes 26 16 1018 30 1416 50 s0 La 4 622 Ez 16 61 18 14 2I 19 33 1016 Am 5 12 (We K1Pr <"> h - rds. Qa^NCn, as Is i 18 — v. KBPI — on ace. of masc. DVDIVV), Mi i' 3 3 s ty 32 s 51 5 59 4 Pr 5 M 13 6 1 4 s4 2i 4 2 4 9 Jbi3 2323 D ni "; nin , 7 'n sinners against '"Gni3 u (J). t nNtfln n.f. sinful thing, sin, Ex 34 7 (JE) Is 5 18 . T tnNian n.f. sin, sin-offering (?) — 1. sin, chiefly in the phrase n?13 'ft great sin Gn 20 9 (E) Ex 3 2 21 - 30 - 31 (JE), 2 K if 1 ; 'n '-IDS ^32' he whose sin is covered is blessed ; but the prayer of the wicked becomes sin when he is judged ty 109 7 . 2. sin-offering (ace. to most) i"6iy rtNDni i/f 40 7 whole burnt-offering and sin- offering (so Vrss Thes MV SS al., but < whole burnt-offering with sin v. Br MP329 ). tn«t£nn.f. I814 - S8 (Gn 4 7 noexceptionforr? 1 l is noun = crouching beast) sin, sin-offering, 'n •Hljn 'n sins of my youth )r 25'; iB>S3 'n ^D3 ,_ I3 Mi 6 7 /rwi< 0/ wiy 6oo!y (my child as an offering) for the sin of myself; sin of divination 1 S 1 s 23 ; of the mouth i// 59 13 ; &MP 'BV 'n Ho 4 8 the sin of my people they eat (gain their daily food by means of it, cf.We; 5! Hi Or al. sin-offering, but this not elsewhere in early proph., and || fty against it, y.We M '"); fr mm nns7 Gn 4 7 (J) at the door (of Cain) sin is a crouching beast; sin of the people is embodied in the golden calf Dt 9 21 ; and the high places of Beth Aven Ho io 8 ; c. 3 on the ground of sin Ne 9 37 ; for sin Mi i 6 2K24 3 L340 2 Je 15 13 17 3 Ez 16 52 ; with or by sin 1K14 22 16 2 Is 43 s4 ; 'ra ~]bn walk in sin 1 K is 32634 i6 1926 - 31 2 K 17 22 ; 'rn P31 cleave unto sin 2 K 3 s ; c. •'J, on account of sin Dt 9 W 1 K 15 30 16 19 Mi 6 13 ; for sin Lv 4 3 - 28 - 3S 5 613 (P) 19 22 2 6 18 - 24 - 28 (H); 'n by 51D 11 add unto sin 1 S 12 19 2 Ch 28 13 Is 30 1 Jb 34 37 ; c. 3 according to sin Lv 26 21 ; c. ? to or for sin Lv 16 1021 Dt 19 15 1 K 12 30 13 34 Pr io 16 Zc 13 1 ; c. JO because of sin Lv4 26 5 610 ^"(P), ^"-"(H), La 4 13 ; more than sin Jb35 3 ; , n^nD FfynQ I am clean from my sin Pr 20 9 ; 'n JBD because of sin V' 3 84 J 'n ^93 because of sin 1 K 14 16 ; i?n 'n "ins walk after sin 2 K 13 2 . C. men should return from sin IP WiK8 M =2 Ch 6 26 , Ez 1 8 21 33 14 ; depart from it ^yipllD 2 K io 31 15 18 ; 11D p 2 Ki 3 611 1 4 24 1 5 9 - 24!!8 ; beconcernedabout )D JNT ^38 19 ; cw/ess 'n n'ninn Nus 7 (P); 'n by mam Ne I 6 9 2 . d. God deals with sin: (1) he visits punishment upon it (by) IpB Ex32 34 (JE) H08 13 9 9 Je 14 10 ; inquires after it 7 tJHT Jb io 6 ; watches over it by ~VCW Jb 14 16 ; hoards it up H013 12 ; (2) by forgiveness : 'n VWi Exio 17

32 (JE), 1 S I5 25 ; 'n y vim ^32 5 ; 'n? vim