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אואל
אי
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Prefixed to the first as well as to the second alternative (rare) either (whether) .. .or Lv 5 1 i3 49M ;=or, if not Ez 21" (si vera 1.) Ke Mai 2 17 Jbi6 3 22". 2. introducing a sentence, esp. a particular case under a general principle, or = or if Ex 21" '31 W fS-ta or if he gore a son, etc. v 36 Lv 4 s3 - 28 (v. Di) 5 21 - 22 25 49b Nu 5 14 2 S 1 8 13 or if I had dealt falsely against his life, then, etc., Ez 1 4 1719 or if I send, etc. 3. if perchance, 1 S 20 10 if perchance thy father answer thee with something hard, Lv 26 41 . 4. once, with the juss. (as in Ar. with the sub- junct. v. Dr i,75 ) = except: Is 27* I would burn them together, MyjO? ptJT IN or else let him take hold ( = except he take hold) of my strong- hold, etc.

אוּאֵל n.pr.m. a Judæan {will of God, cf . II. Tm ; or contr. fr. btf«X : c f. 1jr« ?) Ezr 1 s4 .

אוב (meaning? Thes comp. Ar. CJ return, C&> water-carrier ; but cf. Lag 8 " 90 ). MVcomp. 32X (with conjectural sense) to get meaning have a hollow sound. Deriv. and signif. totally uncertain).

אוֹב n.m. Jb 32,19 skin-bottle, necromancer, etc.— abs. 'N Lv 20 27 + 8 1.; pi. rfi3N Lv lo 31 + 7 t. — 1. skin-bottle, only pi. CP'in JTOK new (vnne-) skins Jb 32 19 . 2. necromancer, in phr. VSFI? IN 31N necrom. or wizardLv 20 27 (H; usually tr. 'a man also or woman that hath a familiar spirit or that is a wizard' EV; but better a man or a woman, if there should be among them, a necromancer or wizard; no suff. reason for exceptional use of phrase here); ^SW 'K Dt 18 11 2 Ch 33 6 =2 K 21 6 (where DJjm '«); D"?jrf m niaxn Lv 19 31 20 6 (H) 1 S 28" 2 K 2 3 24 Is 8 19 (where repres. as chirping & mutter- ing, in practice of their art of seeking dead for instruction, prob. ventriloquism, & so ©) 3 . 3. ghost,Is29 4 "iaV? !| ^ i| t'H?? :: ^ 3, T l ?1 'l!?^' 7 ! 1 'W3 r ? x an d thy voice shall be as a ghost fr. the ground and fr. the dust thy speech shall chirp (so Ge MV Ew De Che al., but chirp- ing might be of necromancer, as 8 19 ). 4. ne- cromancy a*fN"TI2jn HW! a woman who was mistress of necromancy 1 S 28"; (>ItS JPhll, ' mf makes 2m primarily a subterranean spirit, and signif. 2 only an abbrev.of 'xn^yaetc); aiN3DDp divine by necromancy 1 8 28 s , which seems to be interpr. of I Ch io 13 't<3 ?NB> inquire by necro- mancy. (In these three exx. 3^N is usually interpreted as ghost or familiar spirit con- ceived as dwelling in necromancer; but this apparently not the ancient conception.)

אֹבֹת n.pr.loc. (water-skins) station of Isr. in wildern. Nu2i" 34*; not yet determ., prob. on eastern skirts of Idumsea not far from Moab ; ace. to Wetzst in De c,1M Wiba, llSl in the Arabah, but identif. not prob. ; cf. Di on Nu 2 1 10 .

אוד (be curved, bent, also trans. burden, oppress, cf. Ar. j.lV

אוּד n.m. brand, fire-brand (orig. perh. bent stick used to stir fire) nsn&B hp 'N Am 4 11 = B'ND 'D 'N Zc 3 2 , pi. &!&¥$ W*fm tfafl Is 7 4 , stumps of smoking firebrands.

†[אוֹדָה] n.f. cause (perh. orig. circum- stance, cf. Sab. 11N enclosing walC — only pi. rniNGn2i"- r ;n , nNNui2 1 -r; (8t.-f.2S13 18 vid.infra); 'rfhKJos 14 6 ; I'nVlNib.; — cause,alr. with by, & cstr., exc. Je 3", where sq. IB'K; 'K~by because of Gn 2i 1,2S Ex 18 8 Nu 12' 13 24 Ju 6 7 Je 3 s ;= concerning (on occasion of) Gn 26 B Jos 14 66 ; in 2 S I3 16 rd., for Dhiriw, "3 'PIN W ®L It. We Dr.

אֵיד n.m. Jb18 - 12 distress, calamity (under wh. one bends, cf. Ar. JJ I burdening) — 'n Jb 2 i m + ;cstr.id.Jb3i 23 +; , TN 2 S22 19 =V'i8 1 'etc.;— distress, calamity(poet. chiefly WisdLt & late); Pr 17 5 27 10 . 1. national calam. of Isr. (apos- tate) Je 18 17 Ez 35 s Ob 1313 - 13 ; of Egypt Je46 21 ; Moab 48 16 ; Edom (ifc^ '«) 49 8 ; Hazor v 35 . 2. of righteous sufferer 2 S 2 2 19 = f 1 8 19 cf. b$ '«  i.e. from God Jb 31 23 & DTK rfimN 30 12 their calamitous jiaths (sf. ref. to bereavement, pain, etc.) 3. oft. of wicked Jbi8 12 21 17 31 3 Pr i 26 - 27 (wisd. mocks at; || ID?) 6 15 24 s2 ; also'K D*.' Dt 32 s5 Jb 21 30 (cf. supr. 2 S 22 19 =V' 18 19 Pr 27 10 Je 18 17 46 21 Ob * 3 - 1313 where || ms DV 12N DV v 1214 , cf. rtim DV v 15 ).

אֵד n.m. mist (deriv. dub.; Ar. j|=6e strong; jUI that which affords protection, shade; otherwise Dl wiai ) Gn 2"; VlN Jb 36 s7 .

I. אוה 1. Ar. (Jjl betake oneself to a place for dwelling, etc.; 2. id., be tenderly inclined.

i. אִי n.m. I,206 (tf. u - 23 ' 2 ) coast, region (contr. fr. 'Wf so 01 ,uab ; place whither one be- takes oneself for resting, etc., orig. fr. mariner's standpoint) — 'K abs. Is 20 6 +; cstr. Je 47 4 ; (Jb 2 2 30 v. sub IV. * cf. Di) pi. Q^N V 7 » 10 + ; W Ez 26 18 (Co D"N) 'N Gn 10 s + ;— coast, border, region (mostly late), of Philistia & Phenicia with adjacent country Is 20 6 23 s - 6 ; so of Caph-