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rmn k. 'n fig. of tongue ^57" cf. 59 s ; fig. of violence, war, etc., Gn27 40 ; in sim. Pr 5 4 (of grievous end of dealings with strange women)'. 2. knife D'")? 'n flint knives for use in circumcision Jos 5™ (T.Ve"""" 1 "'™ 1 ); Ez5 1J ~W "™ 'n D'apn (ace. to Co use of sword as razor is significant). 3. of tools used in hewing stone r$& riD?n ff]n Ex 20 25 ; 'na fK[ Ez 26", ace. to most =: tools, axes, 'steel' (Co 'Eisen'), but poss. swords as implement ready to hand; 2 Ch 34 6 Qr Bn'na-ina with their tools; rd. perh. DiTrtTinzi in their ruins, Be, who comp. ^ 1 09 10 ; v.'nain sub II. a-in (@ 33 om. nn). TN^3~in n.pr.m. eunuch of Ahasuerus Est 1 10 = n3i2"in ■j 9 (Vers. ,jL>y»- = donkey driver, Vullers 1 ' 668 ").' HjiH^n n.pr.m. v. foregoing. T[jnn] vt>. quake (cf. (si vera 1.) Ar. l^i be straitened, unable to move for fear and rage (Lane), also put oneself in a rage (Dozy) ; % NTto n?"in Dt 32 s5 terror of deat/ij — only Qal Impf. 3 mpl. DJWjfhjDW? Wrq ,/,i8 46 pregn. and come quaking out of their fortresses (cf. Wf, in like connex. Mi 7 1 '); rd. the same also iii'jl 2S22 46 (for MT <"l$TCj, v. njn; possible would be also mn'l in both, as Ho n lon etc.) /Jin (quadril. -/of foil.; cf. Ar. Ji^. run right and left, run swiftly (Frey)). • ;On n.[m.] a kind of locust (NH id.; Aram. JfaL, f$t»")0; Jiji (Dozy), all = locust; iXaJ'jL. swarm of locusts (Frey)) — only Lv 1 1 22 (P) in list of edible insects, || nanK, dybt), ajn. MM vb. tremble, be terrified (As. har&du, M., ace. to Dl HA20 ' Pr "; Ar. SJ, be bashful, shamefaced; NH 'Tl'in a trembling) — Qal Pf "Wifi consec. Is 19 16 ,' nVin Is io 29 , niin 2 K 4 13 ,' Vrin 1 S 13 7 14 15 , VT|p) consec. Ez 26" 32'°; Impf. rVTP Jb 37*, rvm Gn 27 s3 + 5 t.; m/ft Ho 11 10 Ez 2 6 1S , ITWT Ho n» rrinj Am 3* Is 4 1 6 , trWJJl Gn 42 28 + 2 t. ; 7m«. tOTl Is 32"; — 1. tremble, quake, of a mountain Ex 1 9 18 — so JQ, but rd. DVn, © v . Di (E); of isles Ez 26 18 (metaph., in fear); so Is 4 1 5 (Y^n nixp, || ltfV D"K). 2. tremble, of persons under supernat infl. 1 S 14" (|| ""J™. HW «"P1); start, start wp (out of sleep) Ru 3* ; in mental disturbance Gn 27 s3 (J; c. ace. cogu.) tremble, in terror Ex 19" (E), Is 32" (||»n), be startled (at sound of trumpet) Am 3* cf. iKi"( + Dip, "]bn, KT»); tremble Ez 26" 32 10 sq. ?=at, Jb37* ('3?), Je terrified, of Egypt (personif.) Is 19" (||inB), Eamah io ffl , of Saul I S 28' subj. iai>, || RT). 3. 6e anxiously careful WTO ri"!"in nwn rrnnn »tw 2 K 4 13 . 4. with preps. pregn. = go or come trembling 1 S 1 3 7 (sq. Vinxo @L We Dr) Gn 42 s9 (E; sq. -*?*) 1 S 16 4 (sq. in«li?!») so 2 1 2 , Hon 10 (D T '0) v" (D^SBP). Hipb. Pf. "nnn Ju 8 12 , 'WpSJBj 2 S 17 2 ; Pt. innp Lv 6 M + 1 1 1. ; 7ra/. cstr. 1*1*71 Ez 30' Zc 2*;— drive in terror, rout an army, sq.acc. Ju8" Ez 30 9 Zc 2 4 cf. 2 S 17 2 ; (We prop. Winn Ho 5" ' s«<2< Benj. in Schrecken,' for MT T'jnN); in Pt. abs., only in 'O fW ; and none shall terrify, i.e. disturb the peace of those reposing — aaK>, apv, |'3i. M^, rQ2b 35?'— in the promised land LV26 6 , so after captivity Je3o 10 =46 27 , also Ez 34 s8 39 26 Mi 4 4 Zp 3 1S ; of undisturbed peace of the righteous Jb n 19 ; peace of flocks in forsaken cities Is 1 7 2 ; undisturbed feeding on carrion by fowl and beast Dt 28 M Je 7 s3 , un- disturbed prowling of lions Na 2" (metaph. of Assyrians). t "pn adj .verb, of foregoing, trembling; — I" 1 . 1 ? Ju7 3 + 3t.; Q'Tin Is66 s Ezr io 3 — trembling (from fear), abs. Ju 7 s (||tPV), 1 S 4 13 (subj. tab, sq. ?y, for, in behalf of); in awe and reverence, at word of God, sq. 3 Ezr 9 4 Is 66 2 (sq. bj>), v 6 (sq. b«); cf. 'b<A nixpa 'n Ezr 10 s . t"hn n.pr.loc. only T1 pjf (v. sub JS), a camping-place of Gideon and Israel. Ju 7 1 . t">-nn adj.loc. only c. art. Tin, of Harod 2 S 2 3 2SE (v. Dr and Ju 7 1 );= , 1 , nijn iChu" (rd. ^"inn) ; also 1 S 23 2 " > but' prob. not genuine ; not in © or 1 Ch 1 1, 27 (v. Dr and N|T^« supr. p. 45"). •j- 1. rmn n.f . trembling, fear, anxiety — rrnn Gn^V + 5 1. + Ez 38 21 (rd. for TBJ, B Co o£ Dr 1 S 14 15 ); cstr. nTjn 1 S 14" Pr2 9 25 (v. Lag BNl,s ); pi. """!" Ez 26 16 ;— 1. trembling, quaking (of terror ascribed to supernat. cause) 1 S i4 1615 (hence D'nbx 'n v. Dr; ||P«nnnni) cf. Ez 38 21 (v. supr.); Dn io 7 ; 'n bip Je 30 s voice of trembling; sq. gen. obj. D"1K 'n Pr 29™ trembling before man; opp. pleasure Is 21 4 ; tremblings (pi.) Ez 26 16 under fig. of garment (lBO^ 'n), of effect on coast-princes of fall of Tyre. 2. anxious care 2 K 4 13 , ace. cogn. ell". A a