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mn T2")h, !^~W n.pr.mont. Horeb (waste, desert)—® Xaptf (v. Lag 8 * 85 ); D^Nn nn"i>K nanh Ex 3 1 (E), cf. 3-ih D^n in ny 1 K 19 8 ; 3-iha nisfn Er 1 f, anin in 33 s (both E); 3i.no, anna Dt i 2 - 619 4 ,<us 5 s 9 s 18 16 28 s9 ; 1 K 8 9 2 Ch 5 10 ^ 106 19 Mai 3 22 ; the sacred mountain of the wilderness, no geograph. diff. from 'VD dis- coverable, but synonym of it in E and (esp.) D (except poem Dt 33 s ; vid. , 3 , p P). Tri3"in n.f. waste, desolation, ruin; — abs. fl Lv T 26 31 + 1 5 t. + Ez 3 8 8 (del. <© Co) + Ez

12 nam ® Co for nmn ; pi. rfacyn ^ 9 7 + 1 1 1. 

(EZ38 12 , cf. supr.); cstr. niann is 5 17 + 7 t.; sf. TO3TIJ Is 49 19 ; Wann Ezr 9 9 ; nTia-in j s 51 s ; n'nimn IS44 26 ; BnvrtXH? ^ io9 10 +2 Ch

6 (cf. 3in and infr.); (chiefly mid. and late 

Heb. Is 2 81; Jeiot. EZ14I— inch 38 s , q. del. Co); — 1. waste, ruin, of cities of Israel Lv 26 3,ffl (H); Judah IS44 26 49 19 (|| rioip), 5 8 12 (.133), Je 25 18 27 17 44 26 Ez 5 14 ; ruins of Jeru- salem Is 52 s Dn 9 2 ; also EZ35 4 ; cf. Mai i 4 (c. H33), Ez 36 10 (c. JIM) v 33 (id,); Egypt Ez 29 910 (in both ||'"I?1?F; 3-lh nmn in v 10 ); ruin of temple Ezr 9°; = ruined dwellings )r 109 10 ; cf. 2 Ch 34 6 , where rd. perh. DyOSffflS for Bnvia nna (v. Sin sub III. 3"in); Je 2 2 5 ; in gen. ruins (si vera 1., v. Di ; obj. of n») Jb 3 14 ; 'n D13 V' i°2 7 an owl of a ruin. 2. of land: waste place amid ruins Is 5 17 , cf. 51 3 flpfTO, nrnj?); land a desolation Je 7 s4 44 22 Ez 25 13 (Edomj Je 25 11 Is 64 10 and Ez 3 3 S4W (of Judah), cf. Ez 13 4 , 'na D'Wa sim. of the prophets; nicc^n fin Ez 36 4 (of Israel); of desolation of enemies of Isr. + 9 7 (rn$> 'n) ; n^V 'n = old ruins Is 6 1 4 (c. n33); elsewhere perpetual ruin, desolation Je 25 9 49 13 (cities of Bosra); D^VO 'n Ez 26 20 (sim. of Tyre). ■(•III. [3^n] vb. (Aram, and rare) attack, smite down (cf. Ar. CJ^- plunder, 111. wage war with, vi. fight together, *l>j** war, battle; Syr. oL»- smile, slay) — Qal /ww. ms. 3TW Je 50" a«ac/fc ( + Qnnnt< Dnnni) ; m pl. 13-in' v 27 obj. rpna-TS , fig. of men of Babylon. Nipk. Pf. 3 pi. D'atan la-ira ( v . Hopb.) 3nnn 2 K 3° </«; kings have attacked one anotlier, fought to- gether (|| WFrn$ B*K »?!). Hopb. /m/. a&s. 2 K 3 s3 , v. Niph., but rd. perhaps 3nnn, cf. Dr Lv 19 20 , note. .in 411 n-f. 1 " 2115 sword (as weapon; Aram. N3")n, U>£, Zinj. 3"in; Ar. 1HI. dart, javelin) —abs. S'jn Gn 3 24 + ; SJfJ Ex I7 I3 + ; cstr. ann Dt 33 s9 + ; sf. '31? Ex x 5 9 + 1 3 1. ; ^3in Gn 2 7"" + 7 1.; -in 1 s i7 33 ^i 7 13 ; iain Nu2>+ 24I; Daain je2 30 Ez33 26 ; Dfin V'37 15 44 4 ; pl.rtonn Is 2 1 I6 + 5 1. ; cstr. niann j os 5 2 + 2 1. ; sf. vniain EZ26 9 ; Dniannis2 4 +5t.; n?na-]nMi4 3 +2t.; — 1. a. sword, as weapon of war Gn 48 s2 (E), Ju 7 ,4M 1 S 2 1 9 , and so in all periods ; two-edged (short) sword H31K IDl n'l'B *$ P$| 'n Ju 3 16 , cf. ni»3 'n Prs 4 (in sim.'), •#»• fl ^149*; v. also 'n "NX «djre of sword ^ 89*". b. jrircZ on sword= / nn -i;n 1 s 17 39 2 5 13 - 1313 Vm5 4 ('nn 'n IX ^), "P ^ D^> Ex 32 s7 , cf. esp. 2S20 8 . C. draw the sword 'nn pnn Ex 15 9 Lv 26 s3 Ez5 2 - 12 12 14 2 8 7 , 'nn kwi Ezzi 810 , 'nn nns f 37" Ez 2 1 33 , TO3 Is 2 1 15 (Gr Che VV& v. infr.); usu. 'nn t|te Nu 22 2331 Jos 5 13 Ju 3 211 8 .20 q54 I S 17" 31*= 1 Ch io 4 2 1 16 , and as characteristic of warriors'n tjj& Ju zo 21517 - 25 - 35 - 46 2 S 24 s 2 K s 26 , 1 Ch 21"; 'n,T^ M> pan«l 2 S 23 10 , ins. also in || 1 Ch 1 1 13 (Dr). d. whet, sharpen the sword 'nn WX& i/<- 7 13 (cf. Is 2 1 15 supr.), but also f3B> Dt 32 41 cf. V' 64 4 , nirnn Ez 21 1416 . e. put up the sword into the sheath ™Tr^>K 'nn Vfa

Qh. 2 i v (sheath oi sword is elsewhere iyn I S7 51 
S 20 8 Je47 6 Ez2i 8 ), f. slay with sword Jin 

'na Jos io" I3 22 + ; in BMfoH WW 1 S 2 s3 , in- sert 3ina before DH*» © We Dr ; rarely 'na nan Jos 1 1 10 2 K i 9 37 =Is 37 38 ; very oft. 'n^ nan smite ace. to the mouth of the sword i. e as the sword can devour (2 S 2 26 1 i 2o ) = without quarter Nu2i 24 (E) Dti 3 16 * 20 13 Jos ii 111214 (all D) Jui8 27 2i 10 1K10 25 Jbi 1517 ; also c. T>yn as sole obj. Jos 8 24 io 28 - 30 - 32 - 35 - 37 , cf. v 39 19 47 Ju i 825 20 37 1S22 1919 2 S15 14 ; 'msb Jin tGn 34 26 (J); 'TT'sb Dnnn Dti3 16b (incl.T'yn in obj.), Jos6 21 1S15 8 , 'mtb vhn tExi7 13 (E); 'n-^ bs: Jos 8 M Ju 4 1S ; 'n-'sb ..."> DW1 Ju 4 15 ;— ('meb is chiefly in Jos and Ju (2 1 1.), in Hexat. only JED; but Jb post-ex.), g. 'nn nbaN etc., of the sword as devouring: — 1BO 'ann ?a^n Dt32 42 (poet.), 2 S 2 26 ii 25 18 8 Is i M Je 2 20 Je 46' 014 Na 2 14 . b. slain by sword is 'IT?!?n Nu 19 16 (P) and frequently Ez, 'm.^D 3I ™ 32 ".*.a. .80.32 3£| 8 / n ^JJJTO y 26 < Q 'pp^ ( on text of 32 20 - 22 - 31 v. Co).' i. 'n ni'3f Gn 3 i 2 « are captives of (taken by) sword. j. sword fre- quently agent of' Ju 7 20 Is 34 s Je 1 2 12 47" etc., —so Dt 28", but rd. 3nh v . sub I. ain (cf. on other hand 1 S 17 47 ); note esp. Gn 3 24 'nn or^ naanntpri; poe t. 'n an 1 ) Na3 3 , 'n pna Dt32 41 .