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n»:n — nonn Gn 21 15 ; ncnn Gn 21"; ai? noni Gn 2 1 14 (v. Di), [Hb 2 s 'inon v. non]. tnon, ri^n n.pr.loc. (-/dub.; ThesMV al. der.fr. '^C^,nD^= > /brtre**,o^(v.R8 8 •■ I, • 1 • , * ), sacred enclosure, temenos, Mind, cf. Hal" 87 *"" «r.x, S9 j Lag BN82 > iM. but no certainty that name is Shemitic ; Ar. »££ , As. ^ TO a«tt, D1 PA m ■ Fr m ) ; — mod.Hama, one'-Msi(Orontes), 38h.(c. 115 m.) N. of Damascus, v. Bd p * 1S9 ". It had a king, TfN, in David's time 2 S 8 9 = 1 Ch 18 9 , and in 8th cent. b. c. 2 K 1 9 13 = Is 3 7 13 ; gods of its own 2 K 17 30 i8 34 =Is36 19 ; gave its name to land (limits unknown) 'fl }nN3 rtan 2 K 23 s3 25 s1 Je 39 5 52 s - 27 , cf. 2 Ch 8 4 ; contained Isr. exiles Is n " ; furnished colonists for Samaria 2 K 1 7 s4 (cf. v 30 supr.) after being conquered by Sargon, (COT 2 K 17 24 18 34 cf. Is io 9 ). It is called great Harnath by Am 6 2 (H31 flDn, — npn only here), 'n is mentioned with pfe'tOT,"lif ; /Vl'ir in prophecy against land Hadrach (TV] n ) Zc g', cf. Je 49 B . Often in phr. Tl Kab p$?)=«/(e en- trance to H., i. e. the approach to II., as terri- torial limit Ju3 3 ; usu. as denoting (ideal) northern limit of Isr. territory Jos 1 3 s Nu 1 3 21 34 8 Am6 14 iK8 65 = 2 Ch7 8 , 2K14 26 iChi 3 5 ; nngn 1 ch 18 3 ; nyx 'n 2 Ch 8 3 , and avn rrwi^ 'n-nw p^vnK 2K14 28 ; so also Ez ,48 : *! »| Ez47 ,7 ',cf.v 16b + v 16 *(del.Co); 'n K^ 48 1 , cf! 47 20 ; 'n "ir^J 48'. TXTTOn adj. gent. cart. =subst. ,r jonn, as descendants of Canaan Gn io' 8 =i Chi 16 . PT2n n.pr.loc. v. sub Don. ]n, "nan, nan v. sub pn. M JM H3 vb. decline, bend down, encamp (Aram. JJL. to aim at, incline towards, reach; Zinj. J")3no cstr. camp, Inscr. Panammu 131617 ; Ar. iJLi bend, curve, bend down; As. m&nu, mem* and tend, couch, mdnttu, house, Zim 81 " 44 ' 43 Dlin Zim 117 )— Qal Pf run 1 g 26 s Is 29 1 ; Will consec. Is 29 s Zc 9 8 ; «n Nu2 34 +2 t.; «ni consec. Nu i K ; Impf. jrm Gii26 17 + 9t.; 3 fs. njn? ^,27'; «q: Nu i M +i3t. Nu + Ex i 4 2:«n>'lExi3 20 -r79t.(ofwhich42inNu33); jun»i Ju ii 18 ; 2 mpl. «nri Ex 14 3 ; 1 pi. mm Ezi-8 15 ; Imv.mn 2 Si2™; «q Nu 31 19 Jeso 29 ; Inf. niton j u 19 9 ;' nin Nu i 51 ; 'sf. «nbn Nu io 31 ; Drnin Dt 1 s3 ; P«. run Ex 18 6 f 34 s ; f. mh 2 s

1 ' 3 iChu 15 ; 1]5 T n ^ 53 6 ; p l. DUh Exi4 9 + 

lit.; DU"in Nu2 2 Na3 17 ; — l.<Zec^'n«,of day drawing to its close Di»n flfon J u 19* (pri nD"l <n i£; also "n niD3 v 9 ; iko'ti £rt»n v "). a! encamp (prop. Terye toward, incline to, settle at, of goal of day's march):— a. of single nomad Gn 26" (J; sq.3), 33" (E; sq. WTIK). b. of Israel at Exod. and in wilderness Ex 1 3 20 (3) i4 2 ( , ?.?S'), v 2 (^), + c 80 t.(Hex. chiefly P); also (abs.) Nu 9 18 - 20 - 22 - 23 cf. Ezr 8"; Ne 1 1» so they encamj>ed (i.e. settled, or were settled) from Beer- sheba to the valley of Hinnom ( || UK* v M ). c. of armies : ( 1) Israel (conquering Canaan, etc.) Jos 4 19 5 ,0 + oft.; (2) Philistines 1 S 4 1 13" 2 S 2 3 2S + ; usu. sq. 3 loc. Nu 10" 1 S 4 1 13"' Jos 4" 1 S i3 6 + 63 t. (3 «q»_l 2 S 24 s rd. JO fag ©L We Dr v. !>!>n); so of locusts in hedges (in sim.) Na 3 17 ; also sq. b))=by, near Ex 14" 15" Nu i« 4*m« 3 «» (-TV by), 33 10 Ju 7 1 1 S 4 1 ; mbTVJS-^ fyya diff. sense) 2 S 11"; sq. 7g &ho=against, encamp with hostile pur- pose Jos io 53134 Ju 6 4 20 19 1 S 1 1 1 2 S 1 2 s8 1 K 16 15 2K25 1 2Ch 3 2 1 Je5o w 52 4 f 27 s ; sq. "?§ in same sense Jos 1 I s ; metaph. of God's hostility to apostate Jerusalem (by) Is 29 s ; sq. also f=at, by Nu 2 s4 Zc 9"; DE> . . . ntW Ex 1 8 6 1 S 26 s ; sq. b 3J30 for protection Nu i UM , cf. metaph. f 34 s , but also hostility Jb 19 12 ; also sq. other prep, and prep, phrases, e.g. T3J?1? Nu 2i IS ; pnD Nu 3 i 19 ; |*3 1S17 1 ; 133 i'k" 2 o s etc.; sq. ace. loc. 2 S 17 26 ; sq. sf. ace. with hos- tile sense l^n ^53"; without prep, or noun foil., in sense of encamp, be or abide in encamp- ment Nu 9 18 - 20 - 22 - 23 Ezr8 16 •SlX u +; poet, of David in Jerusalem, Is 29 1 city in which David fixed Ids camp. T [rVOHJ n.f. cell (as having curved or vaulted roof , arched ; v. Thes Gf, and cf.Aram. JI'cllI vaulted room)— ni>3nn J e 37" (|| JV3 -fart). tn^jn n.f. spear (as flexible 1 v. Thes); — abs. ri^n 2 S i3 19 + 26 t.; cstr. id. 1 S 26 16 (so v 22 Qr, where Kt has art.); sf. inun Hb3 n ; inun 1 S 1 7"+ n t. + 2 S 2 3 8 , v. infr.; pl. iWPi'jn 2 Ch 23"; Dmnterjn is 2 4 = r3n'nh , 3n Mi 4 s ; — 1. spear, as hurled 1 S i8 I0 - ll 'i9 , - I0 - li 20 33 ; held by king 2 2 6 ; sign of king's presence 26"" 1216 - 22 (v. HS Kra ); also 2 S i 6 2 23 21 19 23 1821 2L21 1 Ch 1 1 "= 2 S 23 s , where rd. Tgi» HM1 in^n-ns (for uxyri V»Tj MM) ace. to Ew Th Ke KloDr(not We). 1 Ch ii 50 - 23 - 23 - 28 ; pl. 2 Ch 23 s ; oft. || yv 1 S 1 3 1922 1 7 48 - 47 2 1 9 Is 2 4 = Mi 4 s , Na 3"; IIB'B^ 2 K ii 10 ; || .135? j Ch 1 2 s5 (Baer); VB9