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am "ih noble, ih, "in hole, v. sub II. Tflflj in na-ian v . sub n. nm. Kill, or mi"! (-/of following; mean- ing unknown). t [ N 10> or """X?! n -[ ni -] dun » ( NH N " in ('-)> id.; Aram. Jiii it,- Mand. ton (on this and cogn. lang.in gen. v. No MM ); Ar. *^i id., whence vb. <jjL of act, and n. J& f p] ace • Amh. the-: (Di LuA " b - 88 ))— P l. S f. on^-in l 8 3 6 12 Kt (Qr o™iv); || 2 K 18 27 has brnn (v. sg. nn 6 s5 ; Qr as above); Dty*- ""gj rfot'e'* rfwwjf 2 K 6 s6 Kt (Qr D , 3i , :n); v., further, Gei tTrKhr " , - 40l> . t [ntnrrc] n.f . pl. draught house, 2 K 1 o ff . fl. [2"in] vb. be dry, dried up (cf. &T) (Aram. 3ftq be dry, NfWl drought) ;— Qal P/. 3 pl. «ip Gn 8 1313 , Is 19 6 ; 7mp/. 3 ms. 3JJP Ho i3 16 +2 t., 3Vj»l ^ 106 9 ; 7»m>. fs. 'ain Is 44 s7 ; — be dry, dried up: 1. of ground, be freed from waters of flood firfWn 'JB 'n Gn 8 13b (J). 2. of waters, be dried up, taken away, of waters of flood Gn8 13 »(P); of Nile "VIJ1 e>:n 3^TJ is 19 5 (||Qj™ d?d-vib>ji), v . same combination Jb 14 11 (|lD;—30 6)6 6)1$); I s 19 8 (||1^,) 44 27 (H^"); of Red Sea ^ 106 9 ; fig. of Ephraim's freshness and vigour Ho 13 16 . Pu. Pf. 3 pl. cnh tib Ju i6 78 , of fresh bow-strings (of gut, v. Bla). Hiph. Pf. 3 ,_ |nn Na i 4 , of s drying up rivers (||lnE'a>i),' perh. also Is u 15 (for MT Dnnn) v. ® <S93S; WPJDI the Euphrates Je 51 s6 (|| 'REbVl) ; Impf. DJ annK Is 50 2 , subj. '», 7 dry ig>o*o(||T!9 ^ tffe*); 3-inK Is 3 7 K = 3"inK 2 K 19 24 , of king of Assyria drying up rivers of Egypt; Pt. fs. natron I s 5 i'» f '■»'„ arm drying up (Red) Sea. fi. 0">n] adj. dry, only fs. rnnn Lv 7 10 of meal-offering not moistened (with oil; P); "JIB n3in Pr 1 7 1 a dry morsel. fl. l^n n.m. Gn3140 dryness, drought, heat, abs. 'n Gn3i 40 +nt. + Dt28 22 (for MT SJ^J v. Di, sq. 93; ® and ®L om.); — 1. dryness Ju 6 s;.39.4o ( all of absence of dew); Je 50 39 (||^); so id. also Zc 1 1 17 (for MT 3in, see v b and Sta zaw 1. i88i, 29 a faying u p upon his arm (i.e. a withering) and upon his right eye. 2 . drougfu Hg i " + Dt 2 S 22 v. supr. 3. parching heat (of sun) Gn 3 i 40 (opp. mj5), J e 36 30 (opp. id.); Is4 6 25 4 - 56 ; of fever Jb 30 30 . tni^n n.f. dry ground;— abs. 'n Gn 7" + 7 t.; opp! Djn Ex 14 51 (J), Hg 2 «; cf. Gn 7" (J); opp. water of Jordan Jos 3 I717 (J), 4'" (E),

K 2 8 ; of Nile-arms T DnN? 'JVIJ1 Ez 30". 

T[]ilin] n.m. drought, only pl. cstr. PB 'JS"|D? f 32 4 metaph. of fever heat. fll. [2"in] be waste, desolate (NH X$) id.; Aram. 3i"in, L. be laid waste; Zinj. 3"in adj.; Ar. C^i 6« in ruins, waste, depopulated; As. hardbu, be waste, Dl Prl7s , huriblu, desert, Lotz™);— Qal Impf. 3 fs. 3inn J e 26', 3inri I834 10 ; 3mpl. ffjrP Ez6 6 , 131IT Am 7" I«6o*j

f p i. njznnri Ez6 6 12 s0 ; /mi. CTtg ( 80 , not 

«-in_Theiie— see van d. H Hahn Kb 1 - 244 ) Je 2 12 ; Inf. abs. 3"in Is 60 12 ; — be waste, desolate; of sanctuaries of Isr. Am 7" (|| *OB>J), of altars Ez6 6 ; of cities Je2 6 9 Ez 6 8 12 20 (||D»B'); of nations Is 34 10 , OTW 3ip 60 12 (|l"3#) ; fig., i n address to the heavens "1NO Uiri Je 2 12 — (|| *OE>, '"^l), be very desolate (at sins of Isr.); others, be amazed, astounded (on relation of meanings v. DOB'). Niph. Pt. f. nanru Ez 26" as adj., desolate city, i.e. uninhabited, v. context; ni3"jri3 30 17 of desolate countries (IJMSE'J). Hiph. Pf. 3TJJ5 Ez i 9 17 ; 1 s. ^nn Zp f;

p i. iannri i s 37 18 2 K 19 17 ; Impf. is. Snqu 

Is 42 15 ; Pt. T-m Ju 16 24 ; pl. c. sf. ^3nrip Is49 17 ; — lay waste, make desolate, human subj.; nations and lands Is 37 ,8 =2Ki9 17 , Is42 ls , cf. pt. Is 49 17 (H^pinO); add prob. with We Am 4 » (VOTPin for the untranslateable TtVTC) I have devastated your gardens and vineyards; pt. Ju 1 6 24 desolater of our country ( || U2?n"nK n 3 "!"! 1 ) ; obj. cities Ez 19 7 ; streets Zp 3* (|| ItBE'J). Hoph. Pf. 3 fs. , " 1 ?i n . n Ez 26 2 she is laid waste, of a city; Pt. ni3"inD Ez29 12 laid waste, of cities (|| QDB*). fn. i"^n adj. waste, desolate; — ms. abs.'n Je33 10 +3 T t.; fs. n3TnNe2 3 +2t.; fpl.ni3"inn Ez 36^^ (v. Ko 1 ' 241 );— of a city, defined P«D nona ['SCI DIN Je 33 10 , cf. v 12 ; also Ne 2 3 - 17 ; nisi'nn nnvn Ez sd 33 ( + niewn t niDinan ; pp. 13^; niiws). •fn.llh n.[m.] desolation ;—'nn.V Is6i 4 cities of desolation (||niD»B', and, in v*, J"li3"}ri); cf. Z P 2 14 Je4 9 13 , and 'n' ni3-]ri tTVflf Ez 29 10 Egypt shall be wastes of desolation (but © 93 Co wastes of the sword, 3in for 3lh); + Ez 38 s Co, who rds. 3i.no (or nfinp).