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fc&n 320 ■fn. [V.n] vb. denom. play the pipe, pipe— Qal Pt. pi. D^ha Qnfl ^ Sf as well the singers as the pipe-players, cf. AV ; < IiV Pe Be Che Bae al. Folel Pt. fr. I. 7*1 dancers. Pi. Pi. D'bbna D^TO DV'ffl i K i <0 and the people piped with jripes (cf. As. hdlalu, ace. to Dl in Zim BP117 ). t[n'?rra] n.f. hole, 1SV ni^TO holes of the dust Is 2 19 (|| CIS nni'D caws of the rocks). •fill. [ ' l^] vl>- P° Uute > defile, profane ; Hiph. also begin (lit. untie, loosen, open, v. Arab.) lAr. ji untie, undo, become free, lawful, free from obligation- or tie; iv. make lawful/ x. esteem lawful or free, profane, desecrate, violate; NH 7711 be profane, dese- crated (also Pi. Hiph. transit.), cf. Aram. ??n ; "VStLi Pa. is purify, "%>2*( Aph. is profane) — Niph. Pf StfU Ez 25 s , fl^DJ (VI- Co) Ez 22 16 , ^n? Ez 7 24 ; */mp/. ?W I s 48 11 , bm Lv 2i», »*i i»nJo Ez 2 2 M ; /»/ ?nn Ez 20 914 - 22 , sf. Sbmb Lv2i 4 . — 1. -reflex, jmllute, defile oneself a. ritually, by contact with dead || NOD, Lv 2 I 4 (H ). b. sexually mi Lv 21 9 (H). 2. Pass., 5«  polluted, defiled, of holy places Ez 7 24 25 s , name of God Ez 20 91422 Is 48' 1 and even God himself Ez 22 I6S «. Pi. Pf. tyn Lv i9 8 + 3 1. ; sf. fcfcl Dt 20 6 ; 2 ms. J?i^n Gn 49 4 + 3 t.; 2 fs. tjffl Ez 2 2 s ; 3 pi. sf. htyn Ez 7 s1 etc., + 16 t. Pf.; Impf. i-HP Lvai 1 ***; sf. «^0; Dt 20 6 ; pi. 6j'n;Lv2i 6 +4t.,^)!n^89 32 etc.,'+i3t.Impf.; Inf. b)>n Am 2 7 + #4 1.; bbn Ez 23 s9 4- 4 t; 0^0 Jei6 19 ; Pt. bbryq Ez 24 21 pi. D^no Mali 12 Nei3 17 ; sf. n^TO Ex 3 1 14 ; f.n^no Lv2i 9 ;— 1. defile, pollute: a. sexually, Gn 49 4 (poem)= 1 Ch 5 1 (the lather's bed) ; a woman = it3J Lv 1 9 s9 2i 9 (H); iV-|T Lv2i ls (H). b. ceremonially, jrrofane, the altar by a tool Ex 20 25 (JE) ; sacred places Lv 2i ,2a (H), Ez f ,aa 23 s9 24 21 44 7 Zp 3 4 Mala" ^74 7 Dn 1 1 31 ; the holy laud Je 16 18 ; sacred things Lv 19 8 22'" (H) Nu 18 32 (P) Ez 22 M ; the sabbath Ex 3 i 14 (P), Is 56 2 - 6 Ez 20 13 - .21.54 22 8 23 38 tfg ^IMS. a „ d g0 tfle 6anC tity of the prince of Tyre who made himself God, and his holy places, Ez 28 71618 . c. the name of God Lv i8 21 i 9 ,s 20 3 21 6 22 ! - 82 (all H), Am 2 7 Je 34" Ez 20 39 36 2 "" 12223 Mai 1", God himself Ez 1 3". d. defiles or jtrofanes his inheritance by giving it over to Babylon Is 47 s ; the princes of the sanctuary by giving them to Chaldeans Is 43 ;8 . 2. violate tJte honour of, dishonour, '< subj., crown of Davidio kingdom ^ 89 411 (sq. pN7 pregn.), kingdom of Judah La 2 2 ; the iJX 73 }1NJ Is 23". 3. violate a covenant

  • 55 s1 89* M al 2 10 , the mpn of God + 8 9 32 .

4. treat a vineyard as common (v. ?H) by begin- ning to use its fruit Dt 20 6 •" 28 30 Je 3 1 5 (v. the law Lv 19 s3 " 25 , H). Pu. Pt. 9?nm 7iisn <pp D^lja Ez 36 s3 my great name which is profaned among the nations. Hiph. 1. a. Impf. 7nN N7 Tiy 'BHiJ-QBrnN Ez 39 7 / will not let my holy name be profaned any more. b. i" 1 ^" 1 ! 7[P ^7 he shall not violate his word Nu 30 3 (P). 2. begin, Pf. bm Gne'+ist., nbm J u 20 40 , ni?nri Dt 3 24 Est6 13 , *rbm Dt 2 31 1S22 15 , ^nn Ezr 3 6 + 6 1.; Impf. 7W Juio 18 13 5 , 5*$ Gn 9 20 + 5t., 3 fs. bnm j u 13 25 16 19 , 2 ms3nn Dt 16 9 , ?ntf Dt 2 s5 Jos 3 7 , *bh j u 20 31 + 3 1., na-Vnni Gn 4 i M , >brm Ez 9 6 ; Imv. ?nriDt 2 2431 ; Inf. cstr. fy™ iS3 ,2 +2t.; sf. Dbm Gnu 6 ; Pt. 7no Je25 29 ;-6«^n,Nui7 11 - ,2 (P)Dti6 9 2Ch29 27 - 27 ; so 2S24 15 ©WeDr (© inserts nbm HS-JOm DJQ bef. n»>l); c. Inf. (7) begin to Gn 41" (E),' Gn 6 1 io 8 = 1 Ch i 10 , Gn n 6 Nu 25 1 (all J), Dt 2 2531 3 24 16 9 Jos 3 7 (D), Ju io 18 13 625 i6 19 - 22 20 su».« „ g 3 2 I4 s. 22 i 5 2 K iq32 ^37 , Ch 2?2 i

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Ch3 li! 29 17 3i 710 - 21 34 3 - 3 Je 25 s9 Jon 3 4 ; c. 1 consec. Gn 9 20 (J), Ezr 3 8 ; c. 3 begin with Gn 44 (J), Ez 9', 2 Ch 20 22 ; so 2 S 2 4 5 , rd. »Wjj! for ««!! @L We Dr.; c. JtJ ie^in /row Ez 9' ; EH 7nn fogrm / 2>ossess ! Dt2 2431 ; n?31 bm beginning and ending 1S3 12 (i. e. accomplishing my full purpose, v. Dr). Hoph. Pf. "• DBG Nlpb 7TBTI W <A m it was begun ( = men began) to call on the name of '•> Gn 4 a6 (J). Note.— NiStSJ? DJJD AfW Ho 8 10 begin to be minislied by reason of the burden RV Hi al. ; Wu Now rd. *7TIJ) (I. 7m, 7'n)— for om. of dagh. v. also vHJ] of Cod. Bab. — sAa/Z 6e m anguish a little for tJie burden, so Ra AV ; Ew w] that they may wait (?) a little; ® riB'DO DVD 171111 cease a /t'«Ze /rom anointing, so Che We, this probably best. T^n n.[m.] profaneness, commonness; — bh Dn J 1S21 5 , 7n IJTn v 6 ; in concrete sense, opp. BHJ5 Lv io ,0 (P), Ez 22 26 42 20 44 s3 48 16 .