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rr&bn ]Sn, p^h v. sub I. and ii. bin. t*l7n Vb. pass on or away, pass through (mostly poet.) (NH id., pass by or away, change; Ph. Tehn equivalent, Eeinach 8 ^ 1888 ' 276 ; Hoffm Q.o.Abh.xxxn. law so. Aram tfcnjnssaway, change; aS ... change, substitute; Nab. epn change (?) Eut"" 63 ; Ar. t_6ls. come after, succeed, replace [cf. 'Caliph' i.e. successor (of Mohammed)] and many deriv. Lane 792 " 799 ; so also nairw MP and his son succeeded him; Eth. 'i&A.; pass by, across, through)— Qal Pf. tfen Ct 2 11 Hb i u etc.; Impf. *&£ Jb 4 15 + 4t.; 3 fs. sf. Visbnn Jb 20 24 ; Vfyrr. + 102 s7 ; Inf. cstr. *&& Is 21'; — 1. a. pass on quickly 1 S io 3 ; elsewh. only poet., move or sweep on, of a flood Is 8 8 , or wind 21 1 Jb^Hbi", of God Jbo" ii 10 . h.pass away (vanish) Jb 9 s6 (of days); Ct 2 11 (of rain || i3y), of the heavens ^ 102 27 , of idols Is 2 18 , (but perhaps gloss JBL 111890 ' 86 ). 2. of grass, come on anew, i. e. sprout again (cf. Hiph. 2) f po 56 , so Thes AV De Hi Che Bae al.; less suitably in context, © 33 Ew pass away, supr. lb. 3. trans, a. pass through, i. e. pierce, sq. ace. Ju 5 26 Jb 20 24 . h. overstep, transgress Is 24 s ( || "lay), (cf. Ar. iv. to break a promise). Pi. Impf. Tjnj} (cause to pass) change, sq. ace. garment Gn4i 14 (E) 2 S 12 20 . Hiph. Pf. n^nn Gn 3 i 7 ; /mp/ t&j: jb 14 7 ; sf. laa^n: Lv2 7 10 ; 3fs. «pJ>q>S Jb 29 20 ; 2 ms. fel Gn 3 1 41 ; sf. DS^nPl; ffi'fti: IS40 31 41 1 ; ^m Is 9 9 ; — 1. change (trans.) garments Gn 35 s (E) V' 102 27 , wages Gn 31 741 (both E); no obj. expr. Lv 2 7 10 (H); substitute i.e. cause to suc- ceed Is 9"; change for better, renew, obj. 0*3 Is 40 31 4 1 1 . 2. shew newness, of tree, putting forth fresh shoots Jb 14 7 , of bow 2g x . fi. t)~?n n.[m.] exchange, only cstr., as prep, in return for (so IPD, »ftS„, common in Aram. e.g. Gn 4 33 $<3 for Heb. nnn)_Drnb_3> f (ornnajl) Nu 18 s1 - 31 (both P). fn. f)7PI n.pr.loc. in Naphtali, site un- known Jos 19 s3 . T F) lT^n n.m. a passing away, vanishing (properly Inf. of epn) — 'n V.3. Pr 3 1 8 i. e. those who are passing away, transitory (cf. Qal 1 h). t [nC^/n J n.f. a change (from idea of re- placing, changing, substituting, cf. Ar., Aram.) — sf. viB'bn jb 14"; pi. abs. rite^n j u 14"+

1.; cstr.id. Ju 14 13 2 K 5 s ; rtbn Gn45 t2 + 2t.; 

risbn Gn45 22 Jui4 1! ; — 1. change of raiment rtate'ri Gn45 22 - 22 , elsewhere DHtt'n Ju 14 1213 2K5 5 ' 2223 ; so without DH33 Ju 14 19 . 2. relays 1 K s 28 ; cf. N3V1 'n Jb 1 o 17 (Di). 3. re- vival after death, under fig. of relief from milit. service Jb 1 4 14 . 4. changing, varying, of course of life tejjj niB^n ftf IB'N ^ 55 20 of the wicked, with whom are no changings, i.e. they do evil incessantly, steadily (|| DTO WJJJ *6l) so Kmp Hu De Sch al.; but the expression is peculiar and obscure; Calv vicissitudes; Hengst discharges; text perhaps corrupt. t [n^nn] n.m. knife, so 33 (cf. Syr. AiL. totondit (in Lex.), [4tSL~, )kiaa!X-,te/«,Talm. niB^n knives, ace. to Levy, Jastr; Thes as passing through (cf. vb. 3 a)) ; but -/and mean- ing not certain, only PL DOT Ezr i 9 , among temple utensils (v. BeRy Ryle). t [nD7ro] n.f. plait (of hair; so called fr. intertwining, passing through each other, of the strands)— PL cstr. tyh niB_S>no J u 16 13 , cf. v 19 . ' I ;" v ^- draw off or out, withdraw (NH id.; Aram. fvD; .S.. despoil, usu. Pa. etc.; Ph. n.pr. ?J)3V?n Baal has rescued, and J'pn alone ; Ar. L ^iL withdraw, retire) — Qal Pf. H05 6 ; nxbm consec. Dt25 9 ; »i>n La 4 3 ; Impf. 2 ms. pnJ?; Pt, 2>ass. cstr. }*6n Dt 25 10 ; — 1. draw, draw off, c. ace. of sandal Dt 25 s Is 20 2 (both sq. ^"J c. ?0), cf. %n Y^D "'? Dt 25 10 ; draw out, present the breast, of animal giving suck La 4 3 . 2. intrans. withdraw (himself) sq. ?» Ho 5 6 . Niph. Pf be de- livered ybn Pr 1 1 8 (sq. fO); Impf tifev Pr 1 1 9 ; psbn; ^6o 7 =io8 7 (Ges 5M - 2B - 2 ). * Pi. Pf. f.^n Lv 14 43 etc.; imp/. J»^TP Jb 36 15 ; nj&nw V' 7 5 (but on text vid. infr. ad fin.); sf. ^n«  f 5o 15 ; itym V' 81 8 , etc. ; Imv. HS^n ^ 6 5 ; ^n t}t 1 1 9 153 1 40 2 ; — 1 . jmK out, tear out Lv 1 4 4043 (P; stones fr. infested house). 2. rescue, deliver, c. obj. pers., but only poet.; — sq. ^33 ^ 6 5 1 16 8 (niB»); cf. 140 2 (sq. IP); abs. c. ace. + i8 20 = 2822 s0 , V 34 8 50 15 81 8 9 i ls ii 9 153 Jb 36 16 ; ^Spnxi if, -j h - S q. ace, but I delivered AV Hup Ri, cf. Ew; and spoiled, despoiled Ges Hi De Bae (but this only in Aram.) ; < and oppressed (rd. nsniw) Krochm Dy Gr Che ; (||jn Mli>03). tfn^bn] n.f. what is stripped off a person, as plunder, in war; — only sf. ifiXpn

S 2 21 ; nnirbn j u 14 19 .