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-ron be ]>rofane, etc.; NH Hiph., Aram. Aph. act falsely toward, flatter, fiDUn hypocrisy; As. hanpu, ruthlessness ; handpu, exercise ruthless- ness toward, Tel Amarna Zim ZA "' 1891SM )— Qal Pf- 3 ^ nun Is 2 4 6 ; 3 pi. «?n J e 23"; /mp/. 3 fs. 1?™? Je3'; HJnn Mi 4"; «|3nm J e 3 9 V' 106 38 ; /«/. a6s. I^n J e 3 1 ; — 1. 6e polluted: of land Is 24 s Je 3" f 106 38 ; of Zion Mi 4 11 . 2. of prophet and priest = be HP.H (of. infr.) i.e. profane, godless Je 23 11 . — Je 3" appar. trans. ptffl m (BJ*!, Gf del. nK, Gie cites Ges* m ' but rd. rather Hiph. n?n^l with Codd. ® Ew al. (v. also Gf Gie). Hiph. Impf *?%$. Nu 3s 33 Dn II s3 ; 2 fs. , B , 3rwi J e 3 2 ; 2 mpl. ^5nn ;_ 1. pollute: the land Nu SS 33 ' 33 ^ blood; P), Je 3 s (by idolatry, etc.) 4- Je 3° (v. supr.) 2. make profane, godless Dn 1 1 33 c. ace. pers. tf^n n.[m.] profaneness — 'n Dibj)? Is 3 2* to practise profaneness ( + n?3J ( J1K ( nyifi). T F)3n adj . profane, irreligious (Syr. A±L profane, hence oft. heathen, apostate; Ar. 1 » ■ i ^- inclining to a right state, esp. i/te <rwe religion, a Muslim)— abs. 'n Jb8 13 + 10 t.; pi. t^Bjn Is 33 14 ; "^C 1 Jb 36 13 ^- 35 16 ; — profane, godless: of persons, T D"JK Jb 34 30 ; 'n ^ Is io 6 ; as subst. godless man Is 9 16 (|| JPD) Jb 8 13 13 16 17 8 20 5 27 s Prn 9 ; coll.'n nnj) Jb 15 34 ; pi. Is 33"; a^wn Jb 36 13 ; Jivo ^yb ,B ?D 3 V 35 16 «« ;^°- _/ime men, mockers for cake (i.e. table-jesters; on cstr. v. Ges sl30S ), but txt. dub. (v. Che crltn - Bae). THSpn (so Baer ; van d. H ns:n) n.f. pro- faneness, pollution, Je 23 15 . -j- [p J PT] v"b. strangle (NH id., Aram. raj, aL. ; Ar. Jli) ;— Nipt. Impf IJ30Q 2 S

7 13 strangled himself ( + no;i). Pi. Pt. PSTO 

Na 2 13 strangle, of lion strangling prey, fig. of Ninevitish king (object not expressed). Tp2hb n.[m.] strangling, suffocation, as a mode of death, ^M ping nnarn. Jb 7" and my soul chooseth strangling (|| I"I1D). ]h2n v. sub pn. t !■ PP*?] ▼*■ 1. be good, kind (NH npn in deriv. Tpn pious; Aram. "IPD 6« &t'nd, «u7rf (then beg), chiefly in deriv. N^Dn etc.; cf. perh. Ar. '<■- usu. pi. they assembled, sq. J </*ei/ combined for him, and took 2>ains to stew him courtesy Lane 07 * , v. also K,S Proph - 1,n - 9 (and Schu AE v. in Thes); >Thes al. who find primary meaning in eager zeal or desire (|| Nip), whence develop kindness (as above), and envy Ar. j . ■ ' ■■ > , jJI*. ercw/ (vb. & n.), Aram. Hpn be put to shame, +oaL, ipn reproach, revile, v. II. IDn)— only Hithp. /r/ijo/ pnnn TDPTDy thou sliewest thyself kind 2 8 22 26 =i/ei8 26 . — On Pi. Pr 25 10 v. II. IDn. < f 1. 1Dn 247 n.m. 2816 - 17 goodness, kindness; — abs.'n Gn24 13 + 85t.; ipn Gn39 2, + 12 t.; cstr.npn 1 s 2o 14 + 8 1.; sf.^PD f s 9 18 + r2 ot. sfs.; pl.'cnpn Gn 3 2 u ; cstr.Hpn Is55 3 +5t. (Baer jM » n Ges * * * » *•); sf. npqNe 1 3" + 1 o t. sfs. ; (not in H or P). I. of man : 1 . kindness of men towards men, in doing favours and bene- fits 1 S 20 16 2 S 16" f 1 4 1 5 Pr 19 22 20 6 ; nW 'n 1 S 20 H the kindness of '> (such as he shews, Thes MV ; that sworn to by oath to Yahweh Mich Dathe; shewn out of reverence to Yahweh Tii Ke), cf. cmb* 'n 2 S9 3 ; 'n-niin p r 3 i 26 instruction in kindness, kindly instruction '"JQy *lDn nfc>y do or shew kindness (in dealing) with me Gn 20 13 40 14 (E), I S 20" 2 S io 2 ('By in || 1 Ch 19 2 ); c. D» Gn2i 23 (E), 24 1214 Jos a U.U Ju l2 4^J^ g* j g I5 6 2 g 2 5 gS 9 1.3. 7) IQ 2. = iChi 9 2 *, iChi 9 2b 2 Ch 24 s2 ; c. by 1S20 8 ; c. p 1 K 2 7 ; ^D? 'n KEO obtain kindness before Est2 917 ; 'n 3W1 Ru3 10 . 2. kindness (espe- cially as extended to the lowly, needy and miserable), mercy Pr 20 28 Jb 6 14 ; IDn B"N mer- ciful man Pr 1 1 17 (opp. 'IJpN) ; 71 ^pp merciful kings 1 K 20 s1 ; 'n TWy ty 109 16 ; in this sense usu. with other attributes (v. also infr. II. 2); Hn&tt H04 1 Isi6 5 ; nottl 'n Pr 3 3 14 22 16 6 20 28 ; no*0 'n n'E>y Gn 24 49 47 s9 Jos 2 14 (J ; RV gives these under 1); || npnx Hoio 12 ; 'ni npTi Pr 21 21 ; UDDBto Mi6 8 ; BBWD1 'n Ho 12 7 ; || I?.in yfriog"; D^»mi 'n Zc 7 9 Dn I 9 .— (On Ho 6 46 v. 3 infr.) 3. (rarely) affection of Isr. to love to God, piety: IJTWJ ' n Je 2* piety of thy youth (||Zow of thine espousals to Yahweh); poss. also "^"IJy? Pa^Dn Ho 6 4 your piety is like a morning cloud (fleeting), and IDPI '3 n3r«?l WSSn Ho 6 6 for piety I delight in and not in peace-offering (||d-6k njH, cf. I S15 22 ); —so Wii Now Hi (v 4 ) Che ; Ke Hi (v 6 ) al. sub 2 (orl);— npn 't^K men of piety Is 57 1 (|| P^S); pi. pious acts 2 Ch 32 s2 35 26 Ne 1 3 14 . 4. lovely appearance: iTlfrn J^SS i' ! Ipn _ ?3Is40 6 aZ? its love- liness as theflower of the field (so Thes Hi De Che Di al.; but 86£a® 1 Pet i 24 & gloria 23 favour an original reading itin Lo or i"U3 Ew, see