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nn man : 'D D"1N a living man La 3 s9 , in ant it h. riO: VI ^n Is 3 8 19 ; tB collective Ec 7 s ; Absa- lom 2S19 7 ; Naboth 1K21"; a son or lad S12" 1K3- .3.S3.;3.!».26.26.2/ i7 !S ; usually pi. D"n alive, living Nu ^"-"(J), 17" (P), Dt 4 4 5 s Is 8" + 55" 124 s Pr i" Ec 4"" 6 8 9" Ru 2 20 ; taking prisoners oftw Jcs8 ffl (J) 1 S 15 8 1 K 20 1818 2 K 7 13 io uu 2 Ch 25 12 ; living (prosper- ously) 1 S 25" (We rds. *r$=B*fl*$ (v. Klo Dr) to my In-other, after 93 fratribus meis); elsewh. in phrase (*») hv D"n (Dm) Dn ■*>* BWrfe riDTKn aW <Ae days <Aa< <Aey (ye) live upon (the faceof)thelandT)t4 w 12 1 31" iK8 40 =2Ch6 3 '. Note phrases: (D^) '0 1iV ye< oZwe Gn 25 s 43 7 - 27 - 28 45 18 46 s0 (J), 45 326 Ex4 18 (E), T>t^ 1S20" 2Si2 22 i8" 1K20 32 ; Viniva2Si2 18 1K12 6 2 Ch io 6 ; D^D(n) p.K /an^ o/<Ae Wnj Is 38 11 53 8 Je 11" Ez26' 20 32 ,O2 '- 25 - 26 - 27!,2 V27 13 52 7 142 6 Jb 28"; 'nn rnyin fn6'; 'n ibd ^ e^; 'nn TH¥ bundle of the living 1 S 25 s9 ; 'nn "UK Z/^A< 0/ <Ae living Jb 33 30 ^56" In the oath by life of men , n is pointed always *0 : 'JIK *{J ")i>Dn as my lord the king liveth 2S15 21 ; njHB ^n Gn 42 1516 (E); IfS? "n 1 S i 26 17" 2 S i 4 19 ; '0 'JE'B? 'ni "> as Yahuieh liveth and as thy sold (or'thyself) liveth 1 S 20 3 2 5 2c 2 K 2 2 - 4 ' 6 4 30 ^5 '3 ft] 2 S 1 1 11 (but on txt. v. We Dr). c. of animals, alive, living : ox Ex2i 35 22 3 (E); goat Lvl6 10.».2.(p). y^ LvI4 4.6.6.7.5,.53. ^ ^-jt, nan rrnNrrjo aits sin 'n Ec 9* (comp. Ar. prov. Kelb hei wa-ld meijit, a livinj dog and no dead lion Wetzst VKhMd - * rl - An,hr ° p - G ~ 1878 ' ^ ; reptiles Gni 28 (P); animals in general Gn 9 s (P); ^n -V2 living, raw flesh Lvi 3 ,014151516 (P) 1 S 2 15 . d. animals and man, phrases for either or both: ^n io Gn 3 20 8 21 (J) Jbi2 10 28 21 30 23 •f 143 2 I45 1C ; ^n io Gn6 ,9 (P); n;n t?M Gn >(P) 2 719 (J); n;n 9$ io Gn 9 121616 (P) Ez 4 7 9 ; Win V&2 fcl Gn'i 21 9 10 Lv n 1046 (P). e. (dub.) of vegetation, as thorns, green, ^ 58 10 (Ges Ew 01 Pe, but De Ri Che Bae raw flesh, v. c supr. ad fin.) f. of water, flowing, fresh D"n om Gn 26 19 ( J), Lv 1 4 s ! i5 13 Nui 9 17 v P), Je2 13 17 13 Zc 1 4 s Ct4 15 . 2. (dub.)lively, active: "n B*K an active man 2 8 23 OT (but Qr &$ B>'K is to be preferred); D^n O'K mine enemies are lively f 38 20 (RV, but Houb 01 Ew Hu Che al. rd. D3n, IpPB*). 3. reviving; njn njQ ai <Ae ft'me (when it is) reviving, the spring Gn 18 1014 (J), 2K4" 17 . t ii- [ ,n ] n.[m.] kinsfolk (Ar. Vi a group of families united by vital ties RS K ^Dr Bm m ) , pi. sf. 'ID 1 S 1 8' 8 , incorrectly pointed with the interpretation my life RV, but rd. ^n my kins- folk, We Ki Br RS SS RVm VB. It is explained by the gloss OK nnBB>D We (Klo rds.

1. nn n.f. living thing, animal (Zinj. 

wild beJst DHM SendKhs ')— 'n Gn8 17 +; cstr. DID Is 57 10 4- ; old case ending (poetic) *tfVn Gn i 24 *5o 10 79 2 I04 11 - 20 Is 56" Zp 2 14 ; sf. wn •f I43 3 ,etc; pi. fn'n Lvi4 4 + 12 1. — 1. animal, as a living, active being : a. in general, Gn 8 17 Lv 1 1 2 - 27 - 47 - 47 Nu 35 3 (P) + 104 25 Is 46 1 Dn 8 4 . h. wild animals, on account of their vital energy and activity Gn 7 1421 8 119 9 5 (P) Lvi7 13 25 7 (H) Jb 37 8 + 148 10 Is 40 16 Ez 14 15 33 s7 Zp 2 1415 ; 'fl n3p jf 68 31 wild animal of the reeds; njn 'n ew7 6ea*« Gn 3 7 20 - 33 (JE) Lv 2 6 6 (H) Ezs 17 14 1621 34* nXDD 'n L'5 2 (P) unclean beast; pun 'n Gn i 25 - 30 9 21010 (P) 1 S 17 46 Ez 2 9 5 3 2 4 34^ Jb s 22 ; px wn Gn i 24 (P) f 7 9 2 ; m'cn 'n Ex 23 11 - 29 (covt. code) Lv 26 22 (H) Dt7 22 2S21 10 , 2 K 14 9 = 2 Ch 25 18 , Ho 2 1420 4 3 13 8 Is 43 20 Je 27 s 28 14 EZ38 20 39 4 Jbs 23 39 1S ; Trim 'n b Gn 2 1920 3 114 (J) Jb 40 20 Je 12 9 Ez 31 613 3 4 6 - 8 39 17 ; wn Hb> IS56 9 ^104"; "V(3) Wn Is 56" V'So 10 104 20 ; nWl P1B Is35 9 destroyer among beasts. C. living beings, of the cherubic chariot Ez i 513, 1S.H.15.1M9.U.20.51.22 gis , q1s.i7.2o_ 2 . life, only in late poetry, + 143 3 Jb 33 18 - 2 "- 22 - 28 36 14 Ez 7 1313 , and (dub.) |<- 74 19 78 50 . 3. appetite, activity of hunger : D'naa JVn aj/petite of young lions Jb 38 s9 . 4. revival, renewal : AKSO 1]T D>n thou didst find renewal of thy strength (re-invigora- tion)Is57 10 ; v. It# 9. f 11. Pl^n n.f. (si vera 1.) community (= fern. of 11. V ace. to N6 ZMG ' 18f6,176 )— n:h vnfbB nr) and a community of Philistines (i.e. a group of allied families, making a raid together) was en- camping 2 S 2 3 13 ( = njno 1 Ch 1 1 16 ) ; perh. also V' 68" (cf. infr.) Note. — Several other passages are dub. : n»n!> BWB7B ISDN"! 2S2V assembled into a troop, or by bands(RY, but neither rend, justif. : Bo Ew We Klo Dr rightly rd. HJ$ to Lehi, cf. Ju 1 5 9 ; wd, om. by accident in || 1 Ch 1 1 13 Dr); WfQBj; in;n ^ 68" </;y <roop dwelt in it (Thes SS RVm Hi Ri Che, but © <S Jer Pe <^y