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TI %n Lv25 36 (Bo» 1181 ); 3 fs. IWIJ Gni2 13 Je38 17 ; n;ni Ex i 16 (for njn Bo» li23(3 >, Sam. iwn); 2 ins. n«n Dt 30 16 , nmj j e 38 17 ; 3 m. pi. vn NU14 3 ", I'rn consec. Nu4 19 + Zc io 9 (where rd. Pi. I'm Sta ziwl - 188, - ,!2 so ©), Dn«m Ez 37'+ 2 t.; Jmpf.'W Gn i7 18 + 27 t.; W Dt 33 6 + io t.; W + 49 10 + 2 t.; W Is 38 21 , WJ Gri5 3 + 37 t.; »rp Dt 4 3; ' + 4 1, ; 3 fs. 'rvnn j os 6", "m Gn 1 9 20 + 5 1.; 2 ms. rrnn Gn 2 7 40 + 7 1.; 2 fs. "nn 2K4';

s. nT!N 2 K i 2 + 8 t.; 3 mpl. VIV Jos 9 21 + 8 t. ; 

3 fpl.ny;riri Ezi 3 ,, 37 3 ; 2 mpl.vnn Dt 4 1 + 2t.; fvnn Dt5 30 8'; 1 pi. njTU 2 K7 4 +7t.; Imv. IWjJJ Gn 20 7 Pr 4 4 , njTT} Pr 7 2 ; fs. *Vj Ez i6 66 ; mpl. Vm Gn42 18 4-7t.'; 7ra/ a6s. n'PI 2 K8 10 + 6 t.; i"n Ez 3 21 + 3 t.; cstr. nvnb Ez 33 12 , sf. Dni-n Jos 5 8 ;— 1. live: a. have life, Gn3i 32 (E), Ex SS 20 ^), Nu 4 ,9 (P), Dt 3 o 16 + ; also in phrase W. and he lived (so many years) with ace. of time,Gn5 3J0 (i6t.)9 S8 ri"- !, (i4t.)47 !8 (allP), 50 22 (E), 2 K i 4 17 =2 Ch 25 26 Jb 4 2 16 . b. con- tinue in life, remain alive Gn 20' (E), Lv 25 s6

S 1 2 n + ; also t B'SJ 'n live, of </k? soW or the self 

Gn 12 13 19 20 (J), 1 K 20 32 + 119 175 Je 38 21720 I s 55 3 J T^JI? '01 aid <A« boy may live 2 S 1 2 s2 ; •fiB? 71 ^'w m the presence of Gn 17 18 (P) Ho 6 2 ; +'2 77 U V e among La 4 20 . + c. sustain life, live on or upon (py), of the animal life, by the sword Gn 2 7 40 (J), by bread Dt 8 3 ; elsewh. in pregnant sense of fulness of life in divine favour, sustained by (7Jj) everything that issueth out of the mouth of "» Dt 8 3 ; his promises (?) Is 38 16 ; of wicked man, by repentance Ez 33"; c. 3 by the statutes and judgments of '1 if a man do them, Lv 18 5 (H) Ez 2 o 1U3 - 21 - 25 Ne 9 29 ; IW injIONS y"$ a righteous man by his faithfulness shall live Hb 2 4 . td. faVe(pros- peroufly) "]?'&? W may the king live 1S10 24 2 S i6 M - M 1 K i 25 - 3 '- 3 " 9 2 K 11 12 2Ch 23 11 ; HV D3:a!> f 2 2 27 69 s3 ; ,Tff t^13?5> -jtan Ne 2 3 . 12. be quickened, revive: a. from sickness Nu 2 1 8 - 9 Jos 5 8 (E) 2 K i 2 8 8 - 91014 ; 2 K 2o'- 7 =Is ggi.9.21 •j Ji j r discouragement f the spirit Gn

5 27 (E). c. fr. faintness Ju 1 5 19 . d. fr. death 

2K13 21 Jbi4 14 Is26 1419 ; by return of B'Si 1 K 17 22 , of nn Ez37"- 6 - 91014 (andso Ju i5 19 c).

Pi. Pf 3 ms. n;n ^ 2 2 30 ; 3 fs. sf. wn ^ n 9 *> ■ 
ms. sf. *ir»n ^ 3 o 4 ; *?{W] ^ n 9 *> ; 3 p i. vn 

Ju 2 1 14 , Drwin Nu 3 1 15 ; "impf. W5J 1 S 2 7 9 + , etc.; Twiw.' sf. Wl f n 9 25 + 8 t.,'vv>n Hb3 2 ; 7n/. cs<r. ni>n Gn7 3 EZ13"; sf. Un'n Dt 6 24 + ,etc; P<. njno Ne9 6 1 S 2 6 ; — 1. preserve alive, let ZtwsEx i 1 " 822 22 17 Jos9 ,s (JE), Gni2" (J), Nu 3 i"(P), Dt6 24 20" Ju2! 14 1 S27 911 i K 1 8' 2 K7 4 Je 49 11 Ez 3 18 Hb 3 2 Jbtf* ^30* 33 I9 4i 3 138 7 ; V&:'npreserveoneselfaliveylr22 30 Ez 18 27 , or preserve persons alive Ez 13 1819 , or preserve life 1 K 20 31 ; JHT 'n preserve seed alive Gn 7 3 19 3234 (J); keep in existence heaven and earth Ne g 6 ; nourish, young cow Is 7 21 , lamb 2 S 12 3 . 2. give life, to man when created Jb 33 4 . 3. quicken, revive, refresh: a. restore to life, the dead 1 S 2 6 Dt32 39 Ho 6 2 ; the dying V'71 20 . b. cause to grow, grain Hoi 4 s . c. restore, a ruined city 1 Ch 1 1 8 , stones destroyed by fire Ne % M . d. revive, the people of '"• by '1 himself with fulness of life in his favour •Jf 80 19 8S 7 1 1 g 23 - 3 '-' l » s <'-8S-93107.U91M.15«.lS9 j . -11 -£ c »M tHiph. Pf n>m Jos 6 25 + 5 t.; 2 ms. sf. O0WJ Gn 47 25 ; 1 s. Wjnn Nu 22 s3 , DJTnn Jos 2 13 Ju 8 19 ; 7«m;. sf. WViri Is 38"; WJTJ No 31"; 7n/. ais. n^qn Jos 9 20 ; c««r. rti'nn Gn 6 20 + 6 t.; n ; nn Gn6' 9 50 20 ; sf. in'nn Ez 13 22 ;— 1. preserve alive, let live Gn 4s 7 50 20 (E), 47 s5 Nu 22 M Jos 2' 3 6 s6 (all J), 14 10 (D); Gn 6 1920 Nu 31 18 Jos 9 20 (P), Ju8 19 2S8 2 Ez 13 22 ; with e^sj Gni9 19 (J). 2. quicken, revive: A. restore to health, a leper 2 K 5 7 , Hezekiah Is 38 16 . b. revive the 3? and nn Is 57 1515 . c. restore to life, the dead 2 K 8 1 - 5 ' 5 - 5 . f 1. ipl adj. alive, living; — 'n Gn25 6 + ; 'JJ Gn 3 20 + ,'0 Am 8 14 + 1 5 t. (Ew » 329 explains as cstr.,butGes S93K7n al. as contracted abs.); f. flJO Gn i 3 »+ ; pl.D^n y, 1 16 9 + ;— 1. a. ofGod,as the living one, the fountain of life TJ 7N Jos 3 10 (J), ^2^42' 8 4 3 ; m D^N2Ki9 416 = Is 3 7 417 ; D«n d^n Dts 23 iSi7 26M Je io 10 23*; iw 'n YaJiweh is living ^ i8 47 =2 S 22 47 ; 'n 'bid my avenger is living Jb 19 25 ; the formula of the oath is" 1 'D Ju8 19 Ru 3 ' 3 iSi4»" 19" 20"

»4 26 10.18 28 10 29 6 2 g 4 9 I2 5 j 4 U j 5 21 , K jffl 
M 17 112 18 10 22 14 =2 Ch !8 13 , 2 K 5 16 ' 20 Ho 4 ls 

Je 4 2 5 2 12 16 16 1415 2 3 7 - 8 38 16 ; 5;k »n Jb 27 s ; arban *n2S 2 27 ; 'jin »n Je 44 s6 ; mxas '» 'n

K 18 15 2 K 3 14 ; as used by God Himself it is 

•OJN 'n Dt 32* elsewhere 'JN 'n Nu I4 2128 (P) Is 49 18 Je 22 24 46 18 Ez 5 11 141618.20 I 6 48 17"' 9 18 3 20 s.si.33 33 n.»7 34 s 35 6.u Zp 29j pf als0 yr, , n V3B> 1K3, p "pn^M «n Am8 14 ; with the exception of DTiyn *na by him who liveth for ever Dn 1 2", '0 is always (as an artificial distinction of scribes) used of non-sacred oaths, v. b. b. of