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Din

na-in mutilated in the face (in nose, lip, ear, etc.), or too Jong in a limb Lv 2 1 18 (H), v. Di (Kn). fn. Clll a.m. net (as something perforated; cf. Ar. I^sr- perforated work, Fl in NHWB 11.M8. NH D -in nH; ph _ Qnn ma ker jr nets)— abs. 'n Mi f ; sf. "KT

Ez 32 3 , totfl Hb i' S1617 ; 

pi. DOT Ec7 M Ez 26 514 4 f>;— hunter's net Mi 7 2 Ec 7 26 ; fisherman's net Ez 26 514 32 s 47 10 Hb i 16 - 1617 . 'tttoin n.[m.] sickle (on form v. Ges «»"'•")_ Dti6 9 2 3 26 . fi. )1P n.pr.loc. city in northern Mesopo- tamia (As. harrtinu—road, path COT GloM ; cf. Dl Pll8 »; Jensen k°«°oi°«"' 28 , j unct i on of trading- routes^ cross- roads) — mentioned as city of Abram's sojourn Qn n 31 , where his father Terah died v 32 , and whence he departed for Canaan 1 2 4S ; where Laban, Jacob's uncle, lived, and whither Jacob fled 27^ 28 10 (both HJ^P), 2 9 4 ; as conquered by fathers of Sennacherib 2 K io 12 = Is 37 12 ; as place of trade Ez 27 s ; As. Harrana (-ni), Schr C0T on Gn 11 s1 27** © Xappav. It was an ancient seat of worship of moon-god (Sin), v. Schr 1 furtlx Chwolsohn 8 "" 1 " '■ 303ff Wiistenfeld ZMG 1864 ' 443 '• Schr KG 360, 636 g acnau R8l » e 17 ff - MeZ Geach ' d - Stadt Harran, 1892 ■fn. pH n.pr.m. son of Caleb of Judah i Ch 2 46 - 46 ; ® Appav, ®L Qpav (Sab. n.pr. pn DHM EplBr ' I, * 1 " n • 56 V pin, pft v. pin rva p . m SU p r . "'^h adj. gent. v. id. t D^iin , O^n n.pr.loc. (poss. two hol- lows, caves, ravines, v. pin JV3) — DWn '•p/1 Is 15 5 Je 48 s , tfjYlh T$D Je 4 8 5 , Dtfih 4 8 34 ', city of Moab; = Ml" 32 jmn (i.e. prob. tfSln); © Apaviup., Qpavaip. — On 0??Pn © Jos 13 10 "

S 13 34 v. WeDr and pin n<3. 

"McS^n n.pr.m. name in tribe of Asher 1 Ch 7 s6 = n.pr.loc. v. Be. — © Avap<pap, A Apvatpap, ©L Aputfpip. P"^n (vof foil.; meaning dubious). fi.Cnn n.m. Ju,4IS sun (NH id.)— abs.'n Jb 9 7 (||D<3313); c. H epenth. npnnn K3J D-1D3 Ju 14' 8 (cf. ?y, n?y) before the sun could go down (but rd. pcrh. i"n"!0n into the (bridal) clmmher Sta 24 * 1 * 84 ' 233 ' 7 ). f 11. [uHn] n.pr.loc. 1. abode of Ainor- ites, D'abyea* |i^N3 Dnrnns J u i", since cnn 8un=W£f, perh. ss &$ JV3 1. (q. v.), so Stu (who prop. D-in Ty=iV), Ke Be Bu M17 Ot Bla; © (Vtu [opci ToO] MupiriKuw^ri^rrDin Til, 2. place E. of Jordan Dinn n^jDJ>D J u 8 13 //w» the ascent of lferes, © Aper ; the point whence Gideon turned back from pursuing Midian; Aq Symm rd. Dpnn ( v . Lag 0no,,, - M ' 2 ° ded - Isl ) so SS.— Dnn-n:nri j u T 2 9 v. sub njtan, -/rap, m. Din, n^p^n, niDin v. sub mn. y^Jl (-/of foil.; perh. cf. Aram. ^L. Ethpa.fee clever, )jsLJL shrewd, esp. in bad sense; Ar. cX split, viii. originate, invent). Tyinn n.pr.m. a great-great-grandson of Saul i'Cha 41 © eapa( x )=V)^ S x © e*p«, A ap« ; ®L in both Qapaa. t I -[ t l"5'?l vb - re P r ° aeh ( NH pi - &•; Aram. flD id., -s;!. sharpen, &JHL sharp, keen, acute);— Qal /mp/. '»;» ^ »TCJJ^6 Jb27 6 ; P«. «/• ^l" V' II 9 42 Pr2 7 n ; T?li n f69 10 . Piel. i>/! fpn J u 5 18 + 6 t.; nsin i s 31 ^ + 4 1. etc. + iot. pf.; Impf. »|"J0| 2S21 21 1CI120 7 ; TJ^ ^74'°+ 2 t. sf.; /»/. spnij Is 3 7 4 + 5 t.; DQ-j'n3 2 S 23" (but v. infr.); pi. «pnD ^44"; — reproach, — prop, say sharp things against, — taunt, c. ace. Ju 8 15 1 S i 7 ">- 2 ««- 3 «-« 2 S 21 21 + 1 Ch 20 7 ; God, by injustice to the poor Pr 14" 17 5 ; Yahweh, by idolatry Is 65'; Yahweh as the God of Israel 2 K 1 g 416 - 22 - 23 ^ Is 3 7 4 ' 723 «  = 2 Ch 32 17 (c. |»); c. 3, Philistines 2 S 23 s MT (but rd. D , B'1 DD3 at Pas-dammtm, n.pr.loc, as 1 Ch 11 12 WeDr); reproach, Ne6 13 ^42"

17 55 13 57* 74 10 ' 8 79 12 s 9 aM 1029 z l' 281 °.' 

poet, and fig., despise, scorn, TVtDp B"SJ 'n Ju 5 1S . tnEin n.f. reproach — 'n Gn 34"+ 35 t.; cstr. na-in j os 5'+ 15 1.; sf. injfjn f 74 M etc. + 17 t. sfs.; pi. nia-jn ^69" Dni2 2 ; cstr. nisin yff 69 10 . — 1. taunt of enemy I S 17 28 ; so also iS25 3 *; reproach cast upon another, scorn, contumely Ne 3 s6 5 9 ^ 69 20 - 21 71 13 89 51 1 19 22 Pr 18 3 Is 51 7 Ez 21 33 ; 'n J>0tf Je 5i 61 Zp 2 8 La 3 61 ; b]} 'n ;n3 Je 23 40 ; by 'n NB'J ^ 15 3 (slander); 'n NtTJ Je3i 19 EZ36 15 Mi 6 16 (reproach); »&3 by 'n Jear reproach for ^69 8 Je 15 15 Zp 3 18 ; 'n 3^*1 H012 16 Nes 36 ; 'n ^-in ^6 9 10 79 12 89 51 ; ^D 'n Ton 1 S i7 26 Is 25 s ; 'n -yarn ^ 119 38 ; reproaches against God ^ 69 10 (I'Slin niS'n),