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-inn t yOJl n.m. vinegar — 'n abs. Pr I o 26 + 3 1. ; cstr. Nu 6 s " 3 ; — a common condiment Ru 2 14 , forbidden to Nazirite (|" 'n and "US? 'n) Nu 6 33 (P), offered (in cruelty) to a thirsty man yjr 6Q 22 (fig. for harshness, lack of sympathy); in sim. of sluggard D?3?£ pon? Pr io M , " l ™-^y 'n Pr 25™ vinegar on nitre (sim. of merry songs for the heavy-hearted). T^Jpn adj. seasoned (viz. with salt, or a salt herb — Ar. <JaZ*; Pun.'Anoin-[=*pon] BUmi 1 * 8 1879, 522 ; v.Thes — renderingit moretasty), of provender for cattle &>* H?? ^? Is 30 s4 . risen v. 1. ron inf. TPUftnO n.f. anything leavened, only Ex (P)- ■f II. [TElf] vll »- b° red (' cf - Aram - r»- Ethpa. blush, be ashamed, poss. orig. be red); — Qal Pt. 2>ass. cstr. D ,- 1J? ?' ,,3 D red of garments Is 63 1 ; poss. also lmpf. 3 fs. W™!} ^ 68M that thy foot may be red toith blood (for MT prion ; so Krochin Hi Gr ; most, however, rd. pmn v. prn). fill. [VftJ7] Tb - be ruthless (dub. -/; perh. by-form of DDn ; perh. err. for it ; identif. by most with I. JTDn, be sour, hence sharp, violent, but connexion improb.) — only Qal Pt. act. YQST bvgO «1?0 V 7 1 4 from the hand of the unjust and ruthless (j| V&~1 "W?)- tvicn n.[m.] coll. the ruthless — only 'n ¥1t5>K Is i 17 set right the ruthless, so Hi Ew Kn De Che Di ; Vrss give passive (perh. port) hence AV relieve the op2>ressed; but on form rton=doer of action v. Ew i,63b . tpQn vb. turn away (intr.)— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 13V 'n ^TVll Ct 5 6 and my beloved had turned away, passed on. Hithp. Impf. 2 fs. rmitfn nan pporvw , n»"iy Je 31 22 torn toAer and thither, v. Gf VB.

  • [p^lSn] n.m. curving, curve, SJJS3J ^°0

Ct 7 2 <Ae curvings (curved lines, curves) of thy thighs. f I. IDPT vb. ferment, boil or foam up (Ar. j~, f ~- ferment,, leaven, i^Li*-, i~r~^* n. leaven; v. Lag B51207 );— Qal Pf. 3 ms. n jn 1^75* o«rf teme which foams, (others fr. IV. "IOT 6e red); 3 pi. ^9P is suggested by We as poss. Hb3 16 (for MT "»»h q.v.) the great waters foamed ; Imp/. 3 mpl. Wt? riDIV V3HJ ^ 46 4 Ze< t<s water roar and foam. Pe'al'al Pf. pass. 3 pi. VlD"l0n 'yo La i 20 my bowels are in a ferment (|| 'I? 'HSnj), of distressat calamities of Jerus.; so ♦JO, vicnpn La 2 11 .— Jb 16 16 v. IV. non. t"V2n n.[m.] wine (poet.) (Aram. JiaaJl, trjcsn ; Ar. yu», v. Lag BN "fV— TDrrwf*i ajTBT) Dt3a 14 ; "*Dn Dn.3 Is 27 s , but rd'here ion BJ| (v. ion). tl^n n.[xn.] bitumen, asphalt (fr. I.lDn ace. to OBlau 2 * 01869 ' 279 , bitumen as seething, swelling up; Thes MV, fr. IV. non, with ref. to reddish-brown colour) — "IDPI Gnii 3 +2t.; used for cement in building Babel Gn 1 1 3 (J); abounding in vale of Siddim 'n niK3 niK3 Gn 14 10 ; used in coating Moses' 'ark' of bulrushes Ex 2 3 (E; ||nst). fi. 1QH n.m. cement, mortar, clay; — 'n abs. Gn ir 3 +i3 t.; cstr. Isio 6 +2t.; — 1. mortar, cement for holding building-stones (brick) together Gn n 3 (J), Ex i" (P; both |D*?3P); Na3 14 (||t3n3). 2. clay: a.asmaterial of vessels Je 1 8 46 , IVH 'n Is 2 9 16 , in sim. of*God's fashioning man Is 45 s 64' Jbio 9 ; as material of human bodies 'n W3 Jb 4" cf. 33"; as material of bulwarks (disparagingly) Jb 13 12 ; Dmn 'n = seal-clay i.e. clay upon which seal is pressed. b. =mire m»n 'n Is 10 6 ; 1Q Tfl Jb 30 19 he hath cast me into the mire, i.e. deeply humiliated me psy and 1BK in || cl.); as sim. of commonness, abundance Jb 27" (IP??)- fn. ["^nn] vb. denom. cover or smear with asphalt, only Qal Imp/. 3 fs. sf. nnonni Ex 2 3 (E); on form of sf. v. Ges i68 ' 3 ' B1 . HI- "17X1 (■/of foil.; NH lOPI heap up ; Aram. 180 make a rum-heap; Ar. Sjli» great mass of stone, heap of stones. . "Vpn n.[m.] heap (cf. 1. nton)_'n cstr. D*3T_ D?D 'n Hb 3 15 a heap of great waters (|| DJ) —but txt. dub., v. I. -ion ; pi. B»T»ri nnon Ex 8 10 (J), of dead frogs gathered in heaps. fin. "1011 n.m. homer, a dry measure (perh. fr. above -/, but dub.; cf. As. amdru, surround, contain, 11. R 36 I9,b Strm 4760 , imeru, a measure Zim BP6n )— 'n abs. Is 5 10 + 5t. Ez; cstr. Ho 3 2 + 3 t.; pi. CpCO. Nu n 32 ;— 'n of barley Ho 3 2 Ez 45 13 , cf. IT}^ 'n jqj Lv 27 16