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nrna poet. (esp. Pr) — abs. 'd Pr io"+8 t.; cstr. nnnoPno 15 14 28 ;— 1. a. terror, Is54 I4 (|| p?V), Jei7 ,7 ;=obj.ofterror,48 39 (||pn'B'). b. dismay, Pr 2i ls (opp. nntpfe>). 2. ruin, of strongholds f 89" ; ft"J 'D DN^ DDX3 Pr 14 s8 «rc«A<m< ;*o/jZe «s jimm to a prince (opp. iJ^TP) ,* &Yl "& DB"7 io 15 tlie ruin of the poor (is) their poverty ; as consequence of evil-doing |JX ?$W 'O Pr I o 29 (opp. too); of fools i^"'0 yp3 * i8 ? , cf. 13 s (opp. W6J T?V); niip '» ^ *■ 10" the mouth of a fool is imminent ruin. fin, VtH v. supr. p. 366.

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U, T^i ninth letter ; = numeral 9 in postB Heb.;l"B= 15(9 + 6), T"D= 16(9 + ?),to avoid n*» and l" v. Ges *•*■ *■ E s Nes ZAW »"• "•. t [tfptf L3] vb. PUpel, only Pf 1 s. sf. tg^n KQttODa WKpKg] Is 14 23 and I will sweep it with tlie besom of destruction, of '»'b laying Babylon waste. (Form of -v/dub.; l"j? Ol 5253 ; y"y Sta !464 ; undecided K8"** ,q. v.), cf.Ew» iab .) TN2N2D n.[m.] broom, besom, only Is 1 4 s3 , v. foregoing. T7N223 n.pr.m. (Aram. ; = God is good, v. 3iO ; ace. to "Wkl (v. infr.) God is wise, cf. Aram. >aJ , Eth. mflfl: be wise; At. Z^> act as physi- cian, i^J» expert) — Persian officer in Samaria Ezr 4 7 , © To/3«ijX. T/N31S n.pr.m. (appar. pointed to mean good-for-nothing (;>K as neg.) v. De Di Du Sta OMchi.500 j t,}ot3; 01* 81d Kb"' 537 al. think ?X- simply pausal form) — Aramean, whose son Pekah and Resin proposed to make king of Jerus. in place of Ahaz ; only ?J?2^~f? I s V 6 ( Wk puu«. urn.™,*. iaa 7. iJentif.with Resin, com- paring |b"l3D father of Benhadad). t[nJU] vb. slaughter, butcher, slay (NH id. (rare) and deriv.; Ph. n3D pt.; As. tabdhu Asrb A " Ml,, "' i6 ; Aram. *Jl£, naB (rare) and deriv. ; Ar. ll> cook meat, also bake bread ; Eth. m-flrf): slay) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. in3B1 consec. Ex 21 37 ; 3 fs. nri3B p r g 2 ; 2 ms. nn?B La «"{ 1 s. Wnac 1 S 25" J' Imv. 03B1 Gn 43 16 ; Inf. cstr. IpO Ez2i 15 ; niStpb V37"+3 *• (so Baer; van d.'H rfab, exc. #30? Jesi 40 ); Pi. pass. nttC Dt28 31 ; — 1. slaughter, butcher animals for food Ex 2 1 37 (E), Pr 9 s (fig. of Wis- dom's furnishing her table); so c. ace. cogn. rna 'b Gn 43 16 (J), nrao 'b i s 25 11 ; cf. also Dt 28 31 , where punishment lies in fact that the owner does not eat of the slain ox ; T?*? ^jSO? ni2Dp ?3V Je 11 19 like a mild lamb that is led to slaughter, sim. of the prophet exposed to his enemies, 51 40 sim. of s vengeance upon Babylon (v. also n3B, nrOB), 25 s4 of kings and rulers, under fig. of shepherds & choice sheep. 2. poet. & fig., slay, kill ruthlessly, c. ace. pers. ^37"; abs. La2 21 (|| Xl} ; opp. ^n); c. ace. cogn. I13B 'B Ez 2 1 1S of a sword sharpened for the slaughter of Isr. in judgment. ti. nilO n.m. l8S4,e slaughtering, slaugh- ter— abs. 'B-Gn 43 16 + 6 1.; H3B Ez 2 1 20 + 3 t. ; sf. rirQtp Pr 9 2 ; — 1. slaughtering, slaugliter, of animals for food ; as ace. cogn. after n3B (q. v.) Gn 43 16 (J), Pr 9 ! ; iw 1& flfr? Is 53 7 , sim. of suffering servant of ; also Pr 7 s2 sim. of fatu- ousness of one following a strange woman, thoughtless of consequences ; 'Bp V1T Je 50 27 metaph. of Babylonian leaders, under fig. of bullocks ; so prob. 48 15 , and perk VTVm 'Bp Is 65 12 . 2. in poet. fig. slaughter, to which the nations are given over by Is 34 s , specif, of Edom v 6 (|| n3T; v. 'T 6, p. 258"); of Isr. Ez

20 , as ace. cogn. after I"I3B v 15 ; of Ammon v 33 . 

< fli. nil3 n.pr.m. son of Nahor by his con- cubine Gn 2 2 24 , © Ta,3c<t(x). TnrQE n.f. thing slaughtered, slaugh- T ; ' tered meat, slaughter — 1. sf. ,r in3Q as ace. cogn. after n3B 1 8 25" of meat killed for food. 2. slaughter for food (=1. n?B 1); '12 |MT3