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cnn Ts ii" (but rd. perh. annn with © <B 23 X). d. so also of devoting even Israelites : a city of Isr. for worshipping other gods Dti3 16 ; residents of Jabesh-Gilead for not joining in campaign against Benj. Ju 2 1 ". 2. devote to '"< : for sacred uses Wttb D'nnn the spoil of the nations Mi 4 13 ; private possessions, whether a man, animal, or field Lv27 S8 (P). Hoph./»y>/. ffin; Lv27 29 Ezno 8 ; ffVg Ex22 19 ;— 1. be put under the ban, devoted (to death), for worshipping other gods than '» Ex 2 2 19 (JE ; earliest use of word in OT); for some other theocratic offence Lv 27 s * (P; v. Di). 2. devoted, i.e. forfeited, to the temple treasures Ezr io 8 . — On Din v. esp. Di (Kn)Lv 27 28 ; Ew in "' M , Dr 1 S 15 33 . fi. DIPI n.m. Lv2728 X. devoted thing. 2. devotion, ban ; — 'n abs. Jos 6 17 + 24 t. (most rd. trm ZC14 11 , Baer Bin); Bnn Jos 7 1 ; sf. VJtl 1 K 20 42 Is 34 s ;— thing devoted to  : 1. thing hostile to theocracy, and therefore (in the strictest application) to be either destroyed, or, in the case of certain objects (e.g. silver and gold, vessels of brass and iron Jos6 19 - 24 ), set apart to sacred uses; esp. a. of a Canaan, city, as Jericho, incl. all inhab. (exc. Rahab's family) and spoil Jos 6 171818 7 1 " 1 '; Achan by taking Dnnn-JD made (camp of) Isr. 'n 7 12 cf. 6 18 , and became himself 'n, and was stoned and, with his family and possessions, incl. the spoil, was burnt y"MUMt ( a n JE exc. 7' P; cf. v 13 - 24 - 25 ); TB ^>y» byo committed un- faithfulness in the matter of the devoted thing is term for the sin Jos 7 1 22 20 (both P), cf. '113 ?yo 1CI12 7 ; Saul and Isr. spared Agag king of Amalek and Tin n'B'S"! i.e. of the spoil (sheep and oxen), wh. should have been utterly destroyed 1 S 15 21 (cf. v 38 ; Saul rejected by '•> for this v"- 26 ): so an idolatr. city in Isr. should become 'n, with all its contents, and be utterly destroyed Dt 1 3 17 (cf. v 131516 ). b. of individuals, one having relic of Canaanit. god in his house should become 'n, the relic being 'n Dt 7 26 ' 26 ; every human being who became 'n should be killed Lv 2 7 2929 (P; v. Di). 2. appar.(so Di) anything devoted to sanctuary under speci- ally stringent conditions Lv.27 28 (v. Di ; and cf. Ezr io 8 ); a field consecrated to '"< becomes under certain conditions Tin Tffto Lv 2 7 2 '; every 'n is Hlrr^ D'Bhp EHj) v 28 , and no 'n that a man may devote, whether man, beast or field, may be sold or redeemed v 28 ; every such 'n (as in case of metals and metal objects Jos 6 1719 ) went to Aaron and his sons Nui8 14 (P), to Zadokite priests Ez 44 20 . 3. devotion, ban, involving destruction ; Onn K"K x k 20 42 man under my (s) ban (of Benhadad); 'pnn Dy Is 34' (of Edom); 'rfr f« Is 43 s8 fig.'of V g giving over Jud. to Chald. ; 'n not to be in future Zc 1 4 11 ; Tl n? n_n ? Wip- 1 ?] K ^ 3 ?"f? Mai 3 s4 smite the land with a ban, i.e. utterly destroy it. t Din n.pr.loc. (sacred ; cf. Sab. n.pr.loc. DTWM DHM ■*'•»-*-■•)_» place in tribe of Naphtali Jos 19 s8 (P); not identified. ^□in n.-pv. m. (consecrated ; cf.Sab.n.pr.m. Din, irxo-in' Hal 411504 DHM |C )— 1. priest of the third course, David's time, ace. to 1 Ch 24 s . 2. priest of time of Nehemiah Ne io 6 . 3. heads of families of returning exiles: a. Ezr2 39 =Ne7 42 , Ezr io 21 Ne 12 15 . b. Ezr 2 32 = Ne 7 35 , Ezr io 31 Ne 3 11 . 4. a prince Ne io 28 . Tn*2in n.pr.loc. (asylum, cf. Ar. id., Weta* 1 ***- ,884 - » 6 )— a royal city of Canaanites, in the South, in tribe of Simeon Nu I4 45 .(JE ; art. only here v. Di), 21 3 (J) where name expl. from Israel's devoting Canaanites of Arad to destruction ; Jos 1 5 30 1 o 4 (P), Dt 1 44 Jos 1 2 14 (D), 1 S 30 30 1 Ch 4 30 ; originally called JIB? J u i 17 , where name is said to have been changed to Hormah because Judah and Simeon (after death of Joshua) devoted its inhabitants to destruction, v. Di Nu 2 1 3 . — On Bite v. JIBS. TpO-in n. pr. mont. Hermon (sacred mountain, cf. Sab. DinD, etc., temple, Ar. *^. interior of mosque, H!i asylum, Wetzst ZKWv- .115 RSfcm .l« l M - . 1 ^_ the highes( . peak of Anti-Lebanon range,usually snow-capped, com- manding southern Syria & northern Palestine; it is called ]&'& by the author of Dt^ 48 ; by the Amorites n^f , by the Sidonians fj? Dt 3 9 . It has three peaks ; and the names ponn and "WB>, distinguished in 1 Oh 5* Ct4 8 , may refer to two of these peaks; D^Onn i/<- 42" prob. refers to these different peaks (see Bob 81 ""' 357 Bad ri11 301 ). It is a northern boundary 'n "in 1J7 Dt 3 8 Jos 1 2 1 ; ftonn nn mount Hermon is used also Jos ii 17 12 6 13 611 1 Ch 5 s3 ; but ponrj Jos 1 1 3 + 89 13 133 3 Ct 4 8 . Vid. penn i>ya j u 3 3 iCh5 23 (see Wetzst 1 "- 115 ). D^^iDin v. foregoing. f II. [Din] vb. slit (nose, lip, ear, etc.), mutilate, esp. face (Ar. IjL. perforate, pierce, slit the partition between /he nostrils, or the lip, or the lobe of tlie ear) — Qal PL pass. T*Jf C"t< yn'tJ' M Dnn iK r©3 IN a man blind or lame or