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pn U3IT Is27 u Jb 33 s4 ; 1MJT ,j,6f 123 2 Mai i 9 ; jHn ',/, 59 6 ; 8 f. Dann Dt 7 2 '; (HK Ex 33 19 ; Imv. sf.^MPl ^ 4 S + 1 7 t. ■fV' J ^?.? n + 9" (Bae 1- P ts - ^D); «8? Is 33 s V 123"; ,Mn Ju 21 22 ; W Jbig"*j 7n/. abs. fa Is 30"; cs«r. ni3n ^ 77 '»; pijan ^ 102 14 ; tsxin is 30 18 ; 7 J «. pn Pr 14"; )r ty 37 21 + 5 t. ^i//- Pr. — favour, shew favour; 1. of man: a. Ju 21 a favour us with them (2 ace; i.e. by giving them to us), b. in dealing with the poor, needy, and orphans, abs. yjr 37 51M = 112 5 ; cacc. Pr 14 31 io 17 28 s ; c. ? ^ 109' by considering and sparing, c. ace. Dt 7 s 28 50 La 4 16 Jb 19 2121 . 2. of God, a. in the bestowal of favours, with ace. Gn 33" (E), 43 s9 (J), Nu 6* (P), 2 S 1 2 12 ; double ace. Gn 33* (E), 'Mn ini'.D fe gracious unto me (in giving) <Ay Zaw V<- 119 29 . b. usually in the bestowal of redemption from enemies, evils, and sins; abs. ^ 77 10 , elsewhere c. ace. Ex 33" 19 (JE), Am 5 M 2 K 13 23 Is 27" 30 1819 " 33 2 Mai i 9 f 4 2 6 3 9" 25 16 26 11 27 7 30 11 31'° 41 5 " 51 3 56 s 57" 59 6 67 s 86 316 102" 119 58132 123 233 Jb 33 24 .— Jb 1 9 17 v. II. pn. Niph. Pf 2 fs. mm Je 22 s3 be pitied (cf.lW ■/""«) but ® @ 93 express groan (i.e. 1?™$.), which is favoured by context, and adopted by Hi Ew Gf Gie al. Pi. Impf. 3 ms. make gracious, favourable ^iP HO"! Pr 26 26 . Fo'el Impf. 3 ms. rfireci favour to (Ges» %1 ) Ojfr W^T^ ^io2 16 ; Pt. a> °.}V. f?.i n ? Pr 1 4 21 . Hopb. 7mp/ ID; be shewn favour, consideration Is 2 6 10 Pr 2 1 10 . Hitbp. Pf. z ms. nn??nnn 1 K 9 s + 5 t. Pf. ; Impf P.nrm 2 K i 13 ; "fjnnm Est8 3 ; fsnns ^ 3 o 9 + etc.'+6t.^Impf.; Inf. -|3nnn^ Est 4 8 ; iJinnna G1142'- 1 — seek-m- implore favour : 1. of man, with b« Gn 42 21 (E) 2 K7 13 ! with |> Jb 19 16 Est 4 8 8 3 . 2. of God, with "^ Dt 3 s3 iK 8 33 - 47 =2Ch6 37 , Jb8 5 ^30 9 142 3 ; with b Ho 12 6 Jb 9 ,s ; with ":eb 1 K 8 59 9 s 2 Ch 6 24 . ' fl. ]n njn.**-' favour, grace;— 'n Gn6 8 + 67 t.; sf. 13n Gn 39 21 ; — 1. favour, grace, ele- gance : a. of form and appearance, of a woman ll'B*; Pr 3 1 30 ; jn n3>N Pr n 16 ; in naiB nan Na

4 ; of a doe Pr5 19 ; precious stone jn J3N Pr 

17 8 ; ofornamentsPr i 9 =4 9 , 3 s2 . b. of speech, lips ^45 3 Pr22 n ; wordsEcio 12 . 2. favour, acceptance: a. with men Pr 13" 2 2 1 Ec 9". b. with God Zc 4" 1 2 10 ; chiefly in phrases : ^JO t n V?XO find favour in the eyes of: (1) men GH30 27 32* 33 81015 34 n 39 4 47 M!9 5<> 4 Nu 3 2» (all J); Dt 24 1 Ru 2 21013 1 S i 18 16 22 20 329 25 s 27' 2 S 14 22 16 4 iKii" Est 5 8 7 s ; (2) of God Gn 6" 1 8 s 19 19 Ex 33 12 13131617 34' Nu n 1116 (all J); Ju6 17 2S15 26 Pr 3 4 ; abs. jn XVD (with man) Pr 28 10 ; (with God) Je 31 2 ; VJsi' jn KVO Est8 5 (i.e. of the king); >yy2 jn ]m give favour in the eyes of(i) man Gn39 21 Ex 3 s1 1 I 3 I2 M (J); abs. jn jna of man ^ 84"; (2) of God Pr 3 s4 ; TS? ! n *&) obtain favour in the eyes o/Est 2 16 ; of the king 5 2 ; so Vxf? "IDm jrrNfrrn Est 2 17 . Q2n subst., used chiefly in the accus. as adv. (cf. As. anndma, in vain, Dl K7,rr44 ; from JO, with aff. D— , which is sometimes found in substantives proper, as D?D ; and pr. names, but is more partic. used with substs. applied ad- verbially, as BC*, BiDK, DT3W, D^: Sta' 293 Ba 1 " 54216 ) — lit. out of favour; i.e. a. gratis, gratuitously, for nothing, B3n 13^ to serve for nought Gn 29 15 Jb I 9 , Is 52 s to be sold (fig.) for nought y*; Ex2i 2U D3H N£ to go out (from slavery) freely, for nothing, Nu n 5 which we used to eat in Eg. for nought, Je 22 13 1 Ch 21 24 ; in the genitive 2 S 24 s4 B|n flipj? i.e. burnt- offerings which cost nothing (in the || iCh2i 24 the constr. is changed), b. for no purpose, in vain Pr i 17 Mai i 10 : once B3P1 bx (cf. b* 7) Ez 6 10 . C. gratuitously, without cause, undeser- vedly, esp. of groundless hostility or attack I S19 5 B3n JVDn? to slay David without cause, 25" ^35" 109 3 H9 m D?n »)«7», Pn" 3 30 23 M Jb 2 3 'n ^b, 9 17 2 2 6 Ez 1 4 s3 , f 35'" and 69 s D3n Wis my haters without cause, La 3 s2 ^'K D3n ; in the genitive 1 K 2 31 Dan W blood shed without cause (cf. 1 S 25 31 ), Pr 24* T 1)) ^ri^N I??. 3 , 26 s 'n n?pp. the causeless curse. •j-n. in n.pr.m. (favour) — contemp. of Zerubbabel Zc 6 14 , so RV SS We, but RVm Ew Hi Ke Or grace, favour, kindness. tpn n.[m.] is - )?? pn Jb 41 4 the grace of his proportions (=?0 Aram. Wn) so AV RV Thes De Volck Da al. ; meaning not very ap- propr. in context (description of crocodile); but nothing better has been proposed ; v. sugges- tions in Di. tn2n n.pr.f. ®'A VV a (cf.Nab.njnEut* - 20 ), mother of Samuel 1 S j"^"**" 2 121 . tpn n.pr.m. (gracious; cf. Sab. pn, Ph. N*3n) — 1. one of the warriors of David 1 Ch II . 2. one of the heads of families of Nethinim Ezr 2 46 = Ne 7 49 . 3. names of Levites Ne 8 7 io 11 13 3 . 4. chiefs of the people: a. Ne io 23 . b. Ne io 27 . 5. Benja- mite name 1 Ch S aM o 44 (cf. n.pr.loc. |# m,