Page:A Hebrew and English Lexicon (Brown-Driver-Briggs).djvu/400

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
This page needs to be proofread.


aia

nhvh C9 good) — 1. VljaiD a Levite, assigned to reign of Jehoshaphat 2 Ch i 7", not © ; © L To>/3»ar, elsewhere njaiB © T<B/9ia(t). 2. Ammonite adversary of Nehem. Ne 2 ,01 » 3* 4 1 6 112 - 14171719 13 4 ' 8 . 3. head of a family of returning ex- iles of doubtful lineage Ezr 2 60 =Ne f 2 . 4. a chief of returning exiles Zc 6 1014 , © xpi a ^ a " / (-/iois) avTrjs, i.e. "^^^ItD. fiv. nitfl n.pr.loc. (perh. fr. above -y/) — a region beyond Jordan, N. or NE. of Gilead, prob. Aramean ; 3to jnK Ju 1 1 38 , © T<bj3; E^N 310 2 S 10™ men of fob, © (E)<cn-o)/3 ; sTwu/Swv, T<i3.o„ 1 Mace 5 13 ; 'identif. by Conder H *" db - 296 with southern Bashan, where is still Taiyibeh, 1 2 m. SE. from Sea of Galilee. t [mi3] vb. spin (NH «*.; Aram. tqjnjBJJ spider Jb 8" 3! (but Syr. )ty = roast, broil, v. Dr JPl.li. 1882.207^. As f(Jmi J (^^ gpin> Hpt ZA - 1887 -

Dl HWB30S ; Ar. unfold, wind; Eth. mo>?: 

be twisted) — Qal Pf. 3 pi. ^t? work of women of Isr. Ex 35^ abs., v 26 sq. ace. D^yrrnK goats, i.e. goats' hair (P). T ri1tp?3 n.[m.] that -which is spun, yarn, Ex 35 ^(P). I" [rntj] vb. over-spread, over-lay, coat, besmear (NH id. ; Aram, id.; cf. Ar. i.U> re foeda contaminatus fuit, or contaminavit ; ^Iki camel smeared loith tar) ; — Qal Pf. 3 ms. ro consec. Lv 14 42 (on no I s 44 18 v. nno); 3 pi. WD Ez 22 ffl ; DJjnC Ez 13 1214 ; 7»i/. cstr. rtxb 1 Ch 2 9 4 ; Pt. pi. D'nB Ez i 3 10 + 2 t,; cstr. 'nc Ez 13"; only P Ez Ch; — over-spread, coat (c. ace. of house) with earth (clay, 1BV) Lv 1 4 42 ; over-lay (walls with gold and silver) c. ace. of wall 1 Ch 20/; metaph. of coating over Jeru- salem, under fig. of a wall, with a superficial coating, to hide its real weakness Ez 13 15 (ace. of wall), v 12 c. ace. of coating (IT 1 ?)," with ?Bri (q.v.) v 11 ; c. 2 ace. v> 01415 ; cf. DW VlB nW3J1 7BFI Ez 22 s8 where sf. ref. to oppressive nobles, i.e. the prophets ' whitewash' for them (their evil deeds). Niph. Inf. cstr. Hitsn be coated (with -lay) Lv 14 43 ; and, fully, ivan-nx n'tsn I4 48 (both P). tlTtp n.[m.] a coating, only D'sri n»K DPinB yfy Ez 13 12 . TrTlTTO n.f.pl. inward parts (as covered over, concealed) — Hino of seat of faithfulness, ta PlSBn DON f 5 1 8 faithfulness thou dedrest in the inward parts, i.e. in the heart (|| En?); of seat of wisdom neon 183, m D Jb 38 s6 (|| V?*? q.v.); fr. context this can hardly=heart of man (kidneys, 'reins,' Z, Jewish interpr., v. NHWB "• 144 al.), but is rather cloud-layers (as dark, hidden spaces, v. Di VB) ; their ' wisdom ' ap- pears in their obedience to natural law. U 1U, U U (v'of foil.; meaning unknown). ttDTS n.m. mud, mire, clay (NH id. ; As. tttu, id., Flood Tabl. 1 "- 10 - 25 )— abs. B'O Jb4i B + 6t.; cstr. id. Mi7 ,0 +5t.; — 1. mud, mire of streets (always in sim. of contempt, igno- minious treatment) nixin 'B Mi 7 10 ^ 1 8 43 = 2 S 2 2 43 , Zc 9 3 io 5 ; of Jeremiah's dungeon Je 38"; of mire in which crocodile lies Jb4i 22 ; cast up by sea IS57 20 (ll^fl); of a bog (fig. of distress) f 69 16 and fl»n '6 '^ 40 30 . 2. poet, of pot- ter's clay (|pon) Is4i M , brick-c/ay(|| id.) Na3 14 . rbtpitD,nbttb v. hob. [ /ID] vb. Filp. etc., hurl, cast (Ar. jlL be extended, elongated; v. Hom NS87 who comp. As. tdlu, Aram. "^2^, 7*0 all walk about (cf. spatiari, fr. spatium); Eth. /SffrtA: hang loosely, MtnlKO: expand)— Til?. Pt. *j5>b!>D» "I33 t l"DB?B Is 2 2 "hurleth thee violently. Hiph . Pf i"Bn Jon i 4 ; *lj>Bni J e 16 13 2 2 26 ; Impf. bttft 1 S 1 8" (but v. infr.), 20 33 ; !^BK Ez 3 2 4 (® Co om.) V&H Jon I 6 ; W^J Jon i»; cast, cast out, of casting a javelin (IT'jn) 1 S 18" (but rd. here 7B?1, V^, and took up, so © % Th We Kp Kit, v. also Dr); 20 33 sq. by pers. aimed at ; Jonah DJH"^ Jon i 1215 ; also the cargo Db? 1 5 ; fig. of * casting Pharaoh meTI 'JQ-^J? EZ32 4 (Co del. v. supr.; || H9? T9?^); hurl (send violently), of '< sending furious wind Jon i 4 ; fig. of hurling king of Judah, etc. into exile Je 1 6 3 sq. ace. + byo of land from which, and 7JJ of that to which; Je 22 s6 c. ace. +7JJ of land to which. Hopb.. Pf. 6pW Je 22 s8 ; Impf. i>BV Pr^ 33 ; ^f37 24 ; ^jh 4 i l ;—l. be hurled, e.g. into exile Je 22 s8 (|| *3?t?n); hurled down, headlong, 7BV i6 73? '3 ^ 37" when he falls he shall not be hurled headlong (fig. of a good man) ; ?& Jb 4 1 ' be overwhelmed, at sight of the crocodile. 2. of inanimate thing, be cast, thrown, the lot b^rmx i>BV p<ri3 p r 16 33 . tnbjpbtfl n.f. a hurling, Is 22 17 , v. supr. Pilp., lit. hurleth thee with a hurling, man ;