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■na rd. perh. (Du), with a diff. word-division, 7t3pD ">??? (inf. abs.) lltD (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. jL, go or hover about, apjrroach, *X> limit, border). t"WB n.m. Exa " row— abs. 'a Ex 28" + ot. ; cstr. id. 28 ,7 +3t.; pi. D^» 28"+ 7 t.; Dnc 1 K 7 20 ; cstr. *?B Ex 39 10 + 2 t.;— 1. rote, course of building-stones, in temple and in Solomon's house 1 K 6 36 7 12 ; forming enclosures in corner of court Ez 46 s3 *; of beams 6 36 7", v. also 7 4 (Th Klo, v. *H#, &?'.?); of pillars 7 2 - 3 . 2. row of jewels, on high priest's breast-piece Ex 2 8 1717 - 1718 - 1920 gj,***""** (all P); of pomegranates on capitals of pillars in temple 1 K 7 s0 -* 2 Ch 4 13 , so also prob. 1 K 7 ia , v. Th Klo, after ® ; of knops round the molten sea f cf. 2 Ch 4 3 (oxen l|5an , erron. for tttflW? 1 K 7"). 'l/Ty^J n.f. encampment, battlement (fr. idea of surrounding, enclosure; Syr. )il£ sheepfold, 6raiA«) — cstr. n?t? Ct 8 9 ; MTV? ^6 9 26 ; pi. ni-ro EZ46 23 ; sf. oni'o Nu 31 10 Gn 25 16 ; DnVVQ 1 Ch 6 39 ; BiTnvVD Ez 25 4 ;— 1. encampment, esp. of circular encampment of nomad tribes, mentioned with nvn G11 25 16 ; with any Nu 3 1 10 , Ez 2 5 4 (|| DiT03E>D) ; encamp- ment (poet.) = habitation j, 6a 26 (|| DfT^nu) ; more gen., 1 Ch6 39 (||ni3Bhp). 2. in metaph. «1D3 'B Ct 8 9 a battlement of silver. 3. row of stones, only pi. JliTB Ez 46 s3 , virtually pi. of 110 1, q.v. t-VUO 1 n.pr.m. and gent. (perh. connected etymolog. with "(VO, v. Gn 25 16 ) — a 'son' of Ishmael Gn25 15 =i Ch i 31 =tribe with which Keuben, Gad, and half Manasseh made war I Ch5 19 ; 'Irovpa'wi re kci "ApaSes Strabo xvt *• M , 'lrovpaiovs Joseph Ant - ""'- 11 - 3 ed. Niese ; they gave name to their region, which was, substantially, Anti-Lebanon, cf. rijs 'irovpaias Km TpaxmpiTiSos X&pas Lukeg 1 ; on "WB* and (later) n.pr.terr. Jturaea, v. esp. GASm' " 01 *-" 4 * and reff. t [t£^)L3] vb. rush, dart (Aram, un^ , WO _/fy)_only Qal Impf !?3K ^ B%SJ "1B03 Jb 9 s6 like a vidture, which rusheth upon its food (sim. of swiftly passing days of Job's life). t [771120] vb. burl, sboot (NH id.; Ar. ^ia spread, extend, carry far with, e. g. a ball Lane ,832c )— only Fil. Ft. (Ges' 75B18 ) pi. cstr. «^ "inB03 pmn Gn 2i 16 (E), lit. making dis- tant like shooters of a bow = about a bowshot off.

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T[nnu] vb. be besmeared — only Qal Pf. 3 ms. DT|»yj niN-)D no Is 44 18 their eyes have been besmeared so that they dt not see, v. Di Du, and on sg. c. subj. pi. Ges * 14S - 7 »; others regard no as metaplastic pointing for nB, fr. nits, v. Sta !385d . T L n^?J v ' > - grind (NH crush, olives, etc.; Aram. ^J, }DB grind; Ar. ^i.L grind; Eth. Tftlti polenta, farina hord«ce/) (so Aram. NJli n B, )»<£^)— chiefly Qr for Kt D^SV, <$■», hemor- rhoids : viz. CnhB Dt 2 8 27 1 S 5 6912 ; 3HJ nhB 6 4 ; D3"l.np njinf 6 s ; twice it has found its way into the Kt 3r*n **? 6 17 , DnnhB ^ 6"; We Sam. 27 n. c £ Q. " Urschrift 406 1 ^jJOtO (perh. -/of foil.; meaning dub.; Dl p "«  comp. As. tatdpu, surround, encircle; Thes Di prop. VS]1D (cf. Ar. i__iQj go around), whence nWWD=mBOBD; Kn.,foll. by Klein »™>™-™ al., assumes v^BB tap, strike, comp.tn-ry/ui, and thinks of actual sign or mark in the flesh as orig. meant). tniDJpitt n.f. pi. bands (NH nBBiB; Aram. KHBBiB, and esp. pi. PBB1B id) — alw. iawrf*, frontlet-bands, between the eyes (|| T ?V rfX ; cf. T^S i' 3 *"?* Exi 3 9 || id.); fig. of dedication