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350 -iprro Ex 1 2" + 28 1.; pi. nipn Je5 M +i2t.; npn Lv 2o a J6 3I 36 ; B f. Tilpn Gn26 s +i 4 t. ; vipn Lv i8 4 +2i t. etc.;— 1. sg. statute, of special ritual la ws: of passover Ex I3 10 (J); elsewhere only in P (and H), nDBH npn Ex 1 2 4S Nu 9 1214 ; mmn 'n Nu 19 s 3 i«; astro ' n Nu 27" 35 s9 ; D^J> 'n Ex 12 1417 27 s1 2S 43 29 s Lv3 17 7 M io 9 i6 M - Sl.M 2381 .3I 24 5 Nu iq8 I5 , 6 l8 B I9 , . 21 ^ al J p^ Ly

7 23 U - 4, (H) ; mw& na^» nm nj?n Nup" 15". 

. pi. statutes: a. of nature D , »B' 'n Jb 38 s1 Jess 25 ; of moon and stars Je 31 35 ; of weeks of harvest Je 5 24 . b. fig. of a firmly established custom (D^uri 'n Lv 20 23 (H) 2 K 17 8 ; D'DVn'n Jeio 3 noy'n Mi6 16 ; idolatry iwife* 'n 2 K 17"; sexual offences Lvi8 S0 (H). c. in 'n statutes of David 1 K 3*. d. || D'HSBK'O 2 S 2 2 33 =^ 18 23 (of the law known to David); ||niX»^89 32 ; 'm IV-O iKii"; elsewhere of the prescriptions of the codes of D, H, P, Ez : usu. D'CBB>01 nipn Lv 18 626 19 s7 20 22 (H), 25 18 Nu 9 3 (P), iKii 33 Ez 5 7 11 20 18 9 ao 111319 - 21 ; preceded by niYO Dt 30 16 ; followed by niXO Lv26 15 (H), Dtn 1 1K6 12 ; mvoi mm 2K

7 s4 ; or else nipm D'BBE'D Lv 18 4 26 43 (H), Ez 

5" 18 17 20 16M 37 s4 ; preceded by niXO Dt 8"; in diff. order, nnjn '»! niVO 'n i K 2 s ; frequently also mVDl 'n Lv 26 3 (H), Dt6 2 1 K 1 1 38 2 Ch 7 19 ; or 'n(l) niYODt io 13 28 1645 3o 10 i K9«i i 34 EZ43 11 (Co), 2 K 17 13 ; foil, by nnin Gn 26 s (R); nivo 'm nnjn 2K23 3 ; 'm mm Je44 10 ; 'm mini nnjn 44 13 ; nmni 'n Ez 44 5 43 11 (Co); tv nmn

M ; special ordinances are naron 'n Ez 43; 

'< n'3 'n Ez 44 5 ; D«n 'n Ez 33 15 (which are life to those who keep them); Ton D^iy 'n (© @ 33 Talm Co del. D^v) Ez 46 14 . e. phrases of obedience are '3 -jbn Lv 18 3 20 23 26 s (H), 1X3' 6 12 2K 17 819 Je44 1023 Ez5 M 1 1 20 18 917 2 o 131619 - 21 33"; IBS' Lv i8" M 19' 937 20 822 (H), Gn 26" (R), Dt6 2 8 11 10" 11 1 28" 30 1016 1 K 2 s 9 6 n"-*-» 2 K 17" 23 s Ez i8 1921 37" 43" 44"; nfe-y Lv 25 19 (P), Dt28" 1K11 33 ; 'na nfctf 2K17 34 ; V^f« 'n2 V"9 16 ; phrases of disobedience are 'n DNO Ez 20 24 'n3 DKD Lv26 ,5 (H); bvi Lv26"(H); ary 2 Ch7 ,9 ; 9?n V'89 32 .— [pn and npn differ somewhat in shade of mean- ing and frequency in various writings : e.g. ph oftener in Jb f Pr (npn not at all Pr, once Jb), and in Chr (npn only 2 Ch 7 19 ); npn oft. in K, rarely in Hex. except in P (H) ; in proph., ph occurs Am 2 4 Is 5 14 24 s Mi 7" Je at., Ez 6t., npn only Ez, Je (6 t.) and Mi 6 16 ; D^n esp. in Dt and 1^ 1 1 9, nipn esp. in H, Ez and sometimes (8 t.) Dt; tfyl) ph usu.=<£m«, "S npn much more often statute, ordinance, etc.]

  • ipFK}] n -P^.loc. in tribe of Naphtali, only

c. n loc. ngijjh Jos 1 g 3 *; identif. with Yakdk c. 4 m. NW. of Lake Tiberias by Rob BE1 "- 81 Survey WP1 - 385 . I p'p*in n.pr.loc. only 1 Ch6 60 , prob. err. for n ^?(q-v.) J0SI9 26 2I 31 .

  • p$? y - p* 1 su p r -

"I" t^P'?] vb - search (NH id., Niph. pass., Aram, ipn)— Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. ilpm consec. Pr i8 17 ; m^n Jb 28 w ; mpm Dt 13 15 etc.; Impf. "i'pn: Jb 13 19 ; ~>P,n: V44 22 ; *3P5C Pr28 n ; t'pnK S20 12 ; f^pnn Jb 3 2 n ; mpra La3 40 etc; Imv. ^.pn v, i 39 23 ; i-ipn j u 18 2 ; Inf. npn 2 S io 3 + t.; liprr; Pr2 3 30 ; nnpni) J u 18 2 ;— 1. search (for), sq. ace. Pr 23 30 Jb 32 11 ; abs. mprn hyh~l) 3'B'n n^KBh Dt 13 15 ; lit. Ez 39 14 (i.e. for bones unburied). 2. a. search through, explore, lit., obj. y^an Ju 18 2 (|| V) v 2 , 1 Ch i 9 3 (||jd.); city "VJffl 2 S lo 3 (||r'd.), of mining Jb28 3 ; search out a subject or matter Jb 5 s7 28 s7 Pr 25 s f/ 44 s2 . b. search a man, find out his sentiments (AV sound him) 1 S 20 12 . C. of *> searching man, c. ace. V I39 1 (II m), v 23 (|| id.) Jb 13', cf. Jei7 l0 (obj.3.?). d. of examining thoroughly, so as to expose weakness in a case Jb 29 16 Pr 18 17 , cf. 28"; so of self-examination KTM 'n La 3 40 (|| 'can). Niph.P/npnj iK7 47 2Ch4 18 ; Impf. Ipn* Je 46 23 ; llpn.' 1 . Je 3 1 37 be searched out, found out, ascertained, 1 K )" 2 Ch 4 18 (weight of the bronze used in temple utensils), of forest J6 46 23 ; searched out, Je 31 37 subj. "^IDID p«. Pi. Pf. ngn Ec 12 9 he sought out many proverbs (D^PD; || fJK). tipn a.m. Ja616 searching, thing (to be) searched out ; — abs. "ip_n Jb 5 9 + 8 t.; cstr. id. Jb8 8 + 2t.; pi. cstr. npn Ju 5 16 ;— £ npn J U 5 16 searchings, questionings of heart; Jb 11' canst thou reach BvfjJ 11 i.e. what is to be explored in him, the whole range of his nature, so 'n Dinn 38 16 the range of the deep ; esp. 'n px i.e. it is unsearchable Jbs" 9 10 ^ 145 3 Pr 25 s IS40 28 , cf. 'n t6 Jb 34 24 36 s6 ; DnDX 'n 8 8 i.e. thing searched out by their fathers. T [ipn^j a.m. range (as place to be ex- plored),' H.jrnpnD + 95* (cf. ipn Jb 38 16 ).