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n"i~En ITICB'O Ne 1 2 te the charge, requirement of purification. TTinU adj. clean, pure; — m. abs. 'o Ex 25 n + 68t.; ihBLv n 47 +4t.; cstr.">1nO Hab 1 13; tino PF2 2 11 ; "ino Jb 17 9 ; f. rnVilp Mai 1" + 3 1.;' m T ntp Gn f + 8 1.; mpl. o ,- iino Ez 3 6 26 Ezr6 20 ; D^iioPr 15 26 ; fpl. nvino Lvi'4 4 ^ 12 7 ; — 1. ceremonially clean, of animals Gn 7 s - 2 - 8 - 8 8 s020 (all J), Lv i4 4 ( p ). 20 2525 (H), Dt h" 20 ; places Lv 4 12 6 4 io 14 1 i 36 Nu 19 9 (all P); things Lv io 10 1 1 37 - 47 14" (P), Ez 22 26 44 2S Is 66 20 Mai i»; persons Lv 7" I3 »>w«'-» I5 8 Nu 5? 9 13 jglUS I9 9.18..9( all p) Dtl2 15.22 I5 2J 23 U jg 20 «a + v. 2M> MT but rd. "Vjb Pu., see ino, 2 Ch 30 17 Ezr6 20 . 2. physically pure: of gold 3HT Ex , -11.I7.21.S9.S1.36.38.39 2 gl4.22.36 - Q 3 -,-2.6.11.16.17.22.23.24.26 39 15.25.30 ( all p) ; , Ch 2 gl7 2 Ch 34 9 17. Q r|3 Jb "; of water D?0 EZ36 26 ; of incense rrYep Ex 30 35 37 29 (P); of lamp stand rnlD Ex 3 i 8 3 9 37 (P), Lv 2 4 4 (H); of the table j'n^ Lv 24" (H), 2 Ch 1 3" ; clean, of turban Zc 3". 3. ethically pure,clean Pi'30 12 EC9 2 Jbi4 4 ; of heart ^51 12 Pr 22"; hands Jb 17 9 ; eyes Hab i 13 (of God); words of men Pr 15 s6 ; words of God -<r 12'; law of ** as object of reverential fear ^ 19 10 . ■fi. HTJJ vb. pleasing, good (NH id., Hiph.; alsoderiv. ; Ar. l!>U>, med. {j, bepleasant, delightful, delicious, sweet or savoury in taste or odour, be pure and clean, cheerful, happy (Lane); Aram, o)^, c^, 3KO, 30, 3>O a ndesp. deriv. glad, joyful; As. tdbu, be good, kind, acceptable, joyful, vigorous D1 HWB299 ) — Qal Pf. 3iO Nu 1 1 18 + 32 t; pi. 13b Nu 24 s Ct 4 10 ; (Impf. 2ff*. from 3BJ); Inf. abs. 3*10 Ju n 25 ; cstr. 3to Je 3 2 39 + 6 t., 3103 Ju 16 1 * Qr (Kt 310 «3); Ft. 3to J u 1 1 25 1 S 2 M ; (for these forms v. Bo 5 " 33 - 4 SS 8. v.; Ges recognises only Pfs. and fewer of them than above. It is often difficult to decide between vb. and adj.); — 1. be pleasant, delightful, of tents of Jacob Nu 24 s (JE ; poet.); of caresses Ct 4 10 (sq. |^0 comp.) 2. be glad, joyful 3J 3^0 Ju i6 ffi (Qr), 1 S 25 s6 2 S 13 28 Est i'°(v.310 2 c). 3. of rank, position, claim: P^30 WW 310 310H Ju ii 25 art thou really better than Balak ? 4. i> 310 be well with, good for Nu 1 1 18 (J), Dt 5 50 15" 19 13 1 S 16 1623 2 S 14 32 Vr 119 71 128* Je 22 16 ; so (sc. i?) Is 3 10 it is well (with him); ma IN Je 22 16 (cf. v 15 ); '*?« 3to 1 S 20 12 there is good toward David. 5. be pleasing , 3 , 5?3 310 (v. ii. 310 2 b cf) Nu2 4 ' (J) 2S 3 19 - 36 15 26 19 38 ; ^J 310 DN 1 K 2 1 2 Je 40 4 Zc ii 12 ; later usage is ?y 310 DS ?y it seem good unto (so As. tdbu eli, be pleasing unto, Dl HWB30 °*), 1 Ch 13 2 Ne2 6 - 7 Est i 19 3 9 5 48 7 s 8 5 9 13 (cf. 310 adj.). Hiph. Pf. 2 ins. ni3't?n 2 Ch 6 s , #JW] 1 K 8 18 2 K io 30 ; — do well, act right, sq. '3 that 1 K 8" </iow didst well, that it was in thine heart = 2 Ch 6 8 ; sq. inf. c. p 2 K io 30 thou hast done well in performing what was right in mine eyes. J 11. 3itO adj. pleasant, agreeable, good (v. Lag™ 26 ; Aram. 30, Palm. 30 Vog No - 8, ( N3D Vog 1 " 1 - 75 )— m. 'O Gn 2 l2 + 22t., D310 Mi7 4 ; f. rata Est 8 s + 50 t., H3b Dt6 ,8 +2t.; cstr. n3iO Gn 26 7 + 6 t., nsb Gn 24 16 ; pi. rata Je44 ,7 +28t.; D'ab Gn 2 7 9 + 4 t. ; cstr. "310 Dn i 4 + 2 t. ; pi. ni3io Est 2 2 , niab Je 24 s + 6 1., n'3b Gn 6 2 + 4 t.; — 1. pleasant, agreeable to the senses : a. to the sight, fair, of daughters of men Gn6 2 (J); of a son Ex 2 2 (E), 1 S 9 2 1 K 20 3 , young men (but rd. herds © Th We Klo Dr Bu) i S 8 16 ; DD'tOD their abearance Dn I 16 , fl3b ntOD Gn 24 16 26 7 (both J), 2 S ii 2 Est i" 2 8 - 7 ; 'to 310 1 S 16 12 ; -ixn 3io 1 K i 6 ; ?n roio Na 3 4 ; ntoo nisio Est 2 2 ; nsno '^O Dn i 4 ; wsb 310 Ec ii 7 ; W5?3 H310 fair in his eyes Est 8 s ; of mantle Jos 7 21 (J); goodly houses Is 5" Dt 8' 2 ; cities Dt 6 10 ; situation of city 2 K 2 19 . b. to the taste, good, sweet, agreeable for eating bmob Gn2 9 3 6 (both J); ears of grain Gn 4 i 6 - 22 - 24 - 26 (E); figs Je2 4 23 - 3 - 5 ; honey Pr24 13 ; 310n pvp Ct 7'° as wine of the best sort (Hi rds. I»3); ."Uteri TOUR J u 9 11 my sweet fruit (|| 'pnD). C. to the smell, sweet-scented, of ointment Ct I 3 ; 310n nip Je 6 20 the fragrant cane. d. of pleasant shadow of tree Ho 4 13 . 2. pleasant to the higher nature, giving pleasure, happiness, pros- perity, and so agreeable, pleasing, well: a. of time : 310 DV good day, festal day 1 S 25 s Est gi7 (jio.22. f f eas t s 2c 8 19 ; prosperous years Gn 4 1 35 (E). b. of place, DWn ]V3 310 Est 2 9 the best part of the v;omen's house ; v '03 Dt 23 17 , ^P 'e? Gn 20 15 (v. c f infr.) c. of per- sons, (nnx) 'J'm 310 pleasing in the eyes of 1 S 29 6.6. 9 /, , 3 ,j, 3 31t3 Mai 2 ,7 (cf. vb. 4, and f infr.) ; later "JS? Ec 2 2826 7 s6 ; inserted in 1 S 29 10 @ We Dr ; cf. DV '0 1 S 2 26 . d. of word or message, .-QiO rn*fc»3 2 S 18 27 good tidings; '0 WOt? good report 1 S 2 24 Pr 1 5 30 2 5 s5 ; 1D5J3 131 Pr 1 5° a word in its season; 310 "13T Pr 12" 5 an agree- able word (maketh the heart glad) ; 310 ">3T |f 45 2 a good theme. e. of other things, T^ H310 1 S 24 20 a pleasant, prosperous journey;