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^n pt. diseased, as subst. c. art. Ez $4* (del. Co) v 21 ; = severe, sore (pred. of i"l3p) Na 3 19 Je io 19 14 17 30"; also (nap om.) Is 17". Pi. Pf TSn make sick, c. aoc. c<>gn. + 3 of land Dt 29 21 ; Inf. cstr. NvpniVn ^, 77 " id. prob. , n^n ! I„f. Qal, my sickness, so Bi Che (others der. fr. bbn my wounding, v. De). — For other forms of Pi. v. II. fvn. Pu. Pf. he made weak, 2 ms. n^n is I4 10 . Hithp. Impf. bnm 2 8 13 6 ; 7m». ^nnn 2 S 1 3 5 ; Inf. rihnm 2 8 1 3 2 ;— make oneself sick, of Amnion's morbid passion for his sister 2 S 13 2 , sq. "fl3JH ; of his pretended sickness of body 2 S 1 3 s ' 6 . Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. $£9 Is 53 10 ; 1 s. v^nn Mi 6 13 ; pi. 6ruj Ho 7" (on txt. v. infr.); P<. nbriD Pr i3 12 ;— 1. make (sick, i.e.) sore thy smiting ^n^n Mi6 13 (cf. Na 3 19 , Niph.); obj. (implic.) a person, IN? 1 ! )*sn *1 Vf!0 I s 53 10 *'< pleased '< to bruise him, making him sick = to bruise him sorely, v. further Di. 2. wia&e «!<;&, obj. 3? (of hope de- ferred) Pr 13 12 . 3. shew (signs of) sickness, become sick, only J?M? npn dn'c 'nn_Ho 7 6 princes are become sick with fever of wine (Now Che VB; > Vrss Hi-St who rd. WW> tliey begin the day with wine- fever). Hoph. Pf. be made sick = ivounded ,r), .?Ci7 J K 2 2 s4 = 2 Ch 18 33 , 2 Ch 35 s3 . t^n n.m. 1 " 28 ' 69 sickness, '&H Dt 2 8 6l + 8t; ^H Dt7 ,5 +2t.; sf. vbn Is 3 8 9 +7t.+ Ec 5 16 (where del. sf., cf. Vrss Now); pi. Dvn Dt28" 9 , D*$H 2 Ch2i 15 , »^n Is53 4 ; — sick- ness, disease Dt7 ,s 28 5961 r K 17" 2 K i 2 8 89 13" Is 3 8 9 2 Ch 16 1212 21 151619 f 41 4 Ec 6 2 ; of the suffering servant of '* Is 53 s4 (in both || 3N3C); of rich man Ec 5 16 (rd. 'bm, v. supr.) ; incurable disease K31D f'K? 'fl 2 Cli2i' 8 ; recover from sickness vflg iVn Is 38 9 ; metaph. of dis- tressoflandHo 5 13 (|piTp),Isi 5 Jeio 19 ;=»wmd, of violence in Jerusalem Je 6' (|| H3D). T[n . n^J n.[m.] sickness, disease — sf. ,ri .?DP Pr 18" his sickness (=any sickness of his); of specif, disease, cstr. TV.P n ?D5 2 Ch 21 15 ( + D' , 3iD , ^n3 ) ^nno). T PI vn?2 n.f. sickness, disease, npPin Ex T -: - ' » t -; - J 5 M +3 t. — sickness, disease (in gen.) Ex 23" (JE); so c. fe, 1 K 8 37 =2 Ch 6 s8 (|| V:r^3), Ex 15* (JE; cf. 1XST m,T >:« od/w.)

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T |_ ,! l , H£ J n.m. sickness, suffering(caused by wounds, cf. nbn 2 K 8 s9 ) — only pi. intens. D"^™ 2 Ch 24 s5 . fll. [n^n] vb. only Pi. sq. "P.B, T3S, :]»3B = mollify, appease, entreat the favour of, lit. make the face of any one sweet or pleasant (cf. Ar. 5li, |^t oe ««;ee<, pleasant, Aram. >..., 'bn, ttf., adj. bn « i0 ee<);— Pi. P/ nbn 2Ch33 12 , ♦r.TTI 1S13 12 ^n^.^m consec. Jbn 19 , u^n Dn 9 13 ; 7ot;)/. bn;i Ex 32" + 3 t., ^P i^45 13 Pr 19 6 ; Imv. *rbn 1 K 13 6 , W-^n Mal'i 9 ; /«/ cstr. ni^Plb Zc7 2 + 2 t.; — 1. '•'-os-nx 'n: a. mollify, pacify, appease **, i.e. induce him to shew favour in place of wrath and chastisement Ex 32 11 (JE), 1 K 13 6 ( + b.Win), v 6 2 K 13* Je 2 6 19 ( + DPIS'l), 2 Ch 33 12 (|| V.si'l? 1KD W3>1), Dn 9"; also h^» Tl Mai I 9 (sq. Wr^ tAo^Ae may 6e gracious to us). b. entreat the favour of i.e. aim at success, prosperity, etc., through his favour, 1 S 13 12 (in anticipation of war), Zc8 2122 (ll' , " n ? &B&? ; of cities and nations assembling at Jerusalem for worship), Zc 7 2 (|| ,,- nX $ij>3i>) of worship at Jerusalem; quite gen., as habit of God-fearing man, 1^ 1 1 9 s8 ( + 3T733). 2. en- treat favour of men (in sense of 1 b) — TV D'aT i'TJ^JB Pr 1 9 6 many entreat a prince's favour (|| W0 th§ yin-bl); -]^S TT ^ 45" of favour of king's bride ; ItfR ^ 'm Jb 1 1 19 favour of Job when absolved and restored. tnSra n.f. only in ^ titles 'D"i>3? ^53* 88 1 ; appar. a catchword in a song, giving name to tune ; mng. dub.; Aq. Symm. 25 TVhfi dance; y Ql TMlmen, p. 27 "Rap Tsalmen, p. xviH III. (1 717 (actora/ cf. Ar. ( Jii adorn, *1L. (neck-)or?i ameni.

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Pr 25 12 a (nose- or ear-) ring of gold and (neck- or breast-) ornament of fine gold ; pi. E'KpD Ct 7 2 , in sim. of grace and beauty. f II. ^ _, H 11.pr.loc. in Asher Jos I if', site unknown (v. conject. in Di). t[rP?n] n.f. jewelry, nn^m TOp Ho 2" (v. Now T Che). T Pl7n n.pr.loc. a city or district under Assyr. control, whither Isr. captives were taken 2 K I7 6 =i8 n , 1 Ch 5™ cf. Halahhu in Meso-