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•jUMTI

pn Ex 29* (P); Ez 4 9 (pan, Aram, pi.) mixed with barley, beans, lentils, etc., and made into bread. bsCSn n.pr., and nipn v . sub pn. rwn v. sub run. I. ^Jn (vof foil, (see Ar. Syr.); meaning unknown). T^jn n.m. palate, roof of mouth, gums (NH id.; Aram. £i2, Nan ; Ar. dill, palate, roof of mouth, jaws, lower 2>art of mouth, lower jaw of horse, mouth, etc. Lane 659 Dozy 1,332 ); — abs. 'n Jb 12" 3 4 3 ; sf. 'an Pr8 7 +6t, 1?n Ho 8 1 , ?n Ez3 26 Pr24 13 ; chiefly poet, esp. WisdLt :— Tfsn ct 7 10 , i3n La 4 4 + 2 t., nan Pr 5 3 , D3n Jb 29 10 ; — palate, roof of mouth: a. "isfe* ,; I?n"? Ho 8 1 a trumpet to thy palate/ (or gums; as in Eng., to thy lips); oft. c. p^v, tongue clings (pal) to "]n, expression for speech- lessness Ez 3 26 Jb 29 10 , as imprecation yj/ 137 6 ; for the parching of extreme thirst La 4 4 (KDX3) ; cf. ^ 22 16 MT '•n'a fenra Bb;, rd. *fn for <na v. Che ertt - n -(|| , rtp^D panip "Jitt'S). b. as organ of speech Pr 5* 8 7 (both || D^riDf ), Jb 31 30 33 s 'ana '}te>j> nrya^ (|| <d 'Finns), c. as organ of taste Jb 1 a" 34 s , "3rf? pinb m Ct 2 3 his fruit was sweet to my palate, Pr 24 13 (implied sim. of wisdom as sweet to the soul) ; fig. of God's words as sweet 'rib ^ 119 103 (|pa); of taste as distinguishing misfortunes Jb 6 30 (|| pE*? ; > others of speech); of keeping wickedness 'n ^lna Jb2o' 3 (|| P^ "DPI), i.e. delighting in and prolonging the taste of it. d. nearly =mouth, as an element in personal sweetness and beauty Ct5 ,6 7 10 . til. ^pn vb. train up, dedicate (cf. Ar. n~.'~. appar. denom. fr. csLli, rub palate of child with chewed dates, Lane 659 *, of midwife rub palate of new-bom child with oil, etc., before it begins to suck, Dozy"- 332 ; also make experienced, submissive, etc. (as one does a horse by a rope in its mouth) Lane; v. also We 8kto.ni". 1M ; NH^pn accustom; Aram^Udedicate, Tpan as NH ; Eth. 11. fhfh: perceive, under- stand (Di 108 , fh"}*i: initiatio is loan-word Id.' b )) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. i2JD Dt 20 5 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. ttJSE Dt 2o 3 mpl. bsriM 1 K 8 ra 2 Ch 7 s ; Imv. ^PD Pr 2 2 6 ; — 1. train, train up a (the) youth (TUl!?) Pr 2 2 6 (cf. NH 1«n). 2. dedicate, of formal opening of a new house Dt20 5S ; dedicate, consecrate temple 1 K8 B =2 Ch7 s (all sq. ace.) tTfiDH n.pr.m. 1. son of Cain On 4™" © Eko>x, @L Evuir. 2. son of Jered (line of Seth), the pious Enoch, who walked with God and was taken by him Gn 5 "<-i">-h»" i Ch i* © ¥.va>x- 3. 'Hbn a son of Midian Gn 25* i Ch 1 s3 , © E«ax- 4. 'Htin a son of Reuben Gn 46" Ex 6" Nu 26 s 1 Ch <j 3 , © Ewo X . "hDin adj. gent, rfljtiq 4, only c. art.'nn =subst. coll. Nu 26 s . T [T^H J adj. trained, tried, experienced, only pi. sf. 'm'-a >t^ vapn, Gn 14 14 i.e. his tried and trusty men, born in his house. Tn32n n.f. dedication, consecration, as a matter of usage only P and late (NH nayn Feast of Dedication ; so Aram. NTiayn) — a bs. 'n Ne 12 27 ; cstr. n?3n Nu 7 10 + 6 1.; dedication of wall of Jerus. Ne I2 2727 , by sacrifices and processions, with music ; of altar in temple 2 Ch 7 9 ; of 'the house' ty 30' (title), i.e. the temple (re-dedication by Judas Maccab., 1 Mace. 4 52B ), v. 01 Bae al. (opp. De), and esp. Che OP2S4, w ■ i= . l ea ^ ca tion-offering for altar in taber- nacle Nu 7 10 (ace. c WT£1), cf. £»?-)irns ranjv najen ruar$ v u , also v 8489 (all P; v Di Nu 7 20 ). tnSn n.f. hook fastened in jaw, fish-hook (NH id., Aram. KTian)— abs. 'n Jb 40 s3 + 2 t.; .nan n^a '•ybfcrh* Is iq 8 (||DVi"in rib fl nana Hb I 15 (of D"1K, who, v 14 , is comp. to BJO ?J, and fcUft), cf. nana jrijp *|fcton jb 4 o 2i . 02n v. sub pn. t^NOXI n.pr.m. (perh. = i>N"pn)— Jere- miah's cousin, son of his uncle Je 32 7 - 8 ', cf. n't 'n v 12 ; © Ava^r,).. t^Q^n] n.[m.] only ^JH3 ^78* (on form v. Dr SmpW ) as instr. of destroying syco- mores (||"H?); meaning conject.; ©2} frost.

  • f"L l^ri vb. shew favour.be gracious (NH

id., Aram, pn, ^1; Ar. ^ yearn towards, long for, be merciful, compassionate, favourable, inclined towards; Sab. }n in n.pr. OiTVaDD [n j)jjHI!mr.Mta.«i. pj, p n j n j n f avour . t an( i n.pr. as pn^X, i>5/3:jn ; As. in deriv. annu, grace, favour, unninu, teninu nannu, id., Lotz TP Zim BP23 ' a8 )— Qal Pf &} Gn 33 s ; sf. P?0 On 33"; Pin; 2 S 12"; tan Ex 33 19 ; «:PI La 4"; 7m;>/. PDJ Am 5 13 ; ^ Dt 28 30 ; |rm 2 K I3 23 ; sf. 1?rp"Gn43» Is 30 19 ; ^(W Nu6 a ;