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of firstborn T*» P 3 n'BOio|> . . . n$H] Ex I3 16 (JE); of commandments of', lol> vV.1 Dt ii m and HBObb W) Dt6 8 .— This injunction, orig. fig. for perpetual remembrance (otherwise Kn, and Klein 1 - c -""-,vid. supr.,Benz Archm Now Aroh - LIS4 ), was taken literally by later Jews, and hence the custom of wearing phylacteries; v.Di(onExi 3 16 )Winer KK Ei HWB (art.Z)mfee«e/) Smith Dlrt - B11 '-(art. Frontlets) Sta ZAW18M ' sm - slT . rrrp v. sub mo. tD^B v. sub Dtt. nT'ID v. sub mo. T • t? v. sub i. W>o. t [N 7 D] vb. patch, spot (NH id., patch)— Qal PC ;;o»s. wbo Gnao 32 - 3233 ; pi. D"&6o v 3539 ; niN^o Ez 16 16 ; nt6o Gn 30 35 ; chiefly of spotted, variegated sheep and goats (Jacob & Laban); ppj, D"«PJ Gi^o 3 - 32 - 33 - 35 ; || DHpj? Gn 30 35 ; || both, v 39 (all J); of high places, variegated (gaily- coloured shrines) Ez 16 16 . Pu. Pt. rfo&OD patched, of sandals Jos 9 s (JE). fl. D , ^?ip n.pr.loc. c. art. 'tWJ, place where Saul mustered his forces 1 S 1 5*, prob. = 0^0 q.v. . D^N . p v. following. !7 7tt (./of foil.; mng.dub.; Ar. jJJ., JJ, is ft'e o /ami to a stake, confine; Syr. Jli is »*«&« young, both appar. denom.; Lag Armen - s,ud - 12229 finds earlier form of Hptp in Armenian). trrrt3 n.m. 187 "lamb (NHid.,Za»7i6y Aram. NvO lamb, youth, MT^D jfjVZ, I^^j Joy, jr ?t</t, JkL^} etrf (cf. Mk 5" @); Ar. ^L yown? of cloven-footed animals, esp. young gazelle Horn sszb N e( ]j tully, male lamb, Doughty Ar * b - DeKrt - i.«9,n.«9. Eth (nfcjiock of goats, goat, kid)— 3 ?0 n .?9 1 & 7 s sucking lamb (for burnt-offering); in prediction <JTV H^BI 3NJ I s 6$* wolf § lamb shall feed; DWO pi. of foregoing, only Is 40 11 in metaph. of '» shepherding his people. rrvh® v. sub So. I- 7/D(v of foil.; mng. dub.; perh. denom. are Ar. JL (the sky) rained fine rain; Eth. mrt: be (moist), fat, 11. fertilize). t7Bn.m.' u «• "night-mist.dew (NH i>0 dew; Aram. JL^, N?0 rf gM , ; Ar. ji %/t< rain, dew; Eth. mA: detc)- 'o abs. 1 S i 2, + 12 t.; ^ Ju 6' 3 + 9 t; cstr. ^0 Gn27 28 + 4 t.; sf.^O Iaa&*, D?0Zc 8 12 ; — night-mist, taking place of our dew (v. Che Is 1 8" & f 1 1 o 3 ; Lane 1862 , Neil Pal - K,plored 129 ); as coming from the sky and bringing fer- tility, W#n ba Gn 27 s8 (God gives it, jn3), & v 39 ( + ?>»), cf. Dt 33 s8 (heavens distil it, spy), Hg i 10 Zc 8 12 (heavens give it, JDJ) ; in Dt 33 13 rd. perh. bvo for ^SO (v. || Gn 49 25 and Di) ; clouds distil it (ejjn) Pr 3 20 ; sq. b$, it descends (IT) upon the camp Nun 9 (JE); it is upon the ground Ju 6 39 - 40 , cf. 2 S I 21 ( + 10D); upon the fleece Ju 6 37 ; is wrung out (po) of the fleece v 38 ; remains through the night (jib) Jb 29 19 , cf. 'tan ro:e> the lying of dew = the dew lying Ex i6 13,4 (P; it goes up (r6j?) in morning); it is in drops ^O «JflJ T>bin n? JbsS 28 ; covers the head of one out at night Ct 5 2 ; it comes (nvi) byword of prophet 1 K 17 1 ( + 10D); sim. of stealthy approach nDlXrr^ ban b'S] T.W3 2 S 17 12 ; sim. denoting welcome and gentle re- freshment, of speech, which distils (bti) like it Dt 32 s (poem; || D'TVf, D , ? , ?l); of fraternal unity liO"in b0| ^ 133 3 (^y TP); of king's favour Pr 1 9 12 (by); of Vg kindness Ho 14 6 ; ?0 3V3 Isi8 4 like a mist-cloud, of Vs quiet watching ; of Jacob's influence among nations Mi 5 6 ("• nam 'o ; l|D , ? ,| 3-i); ^o n*rfa ba Is 26" a dew of light is thy dew (v. 1. iT^K, p. 2i b supr.and Baud s,uds<!mE « , "- 2Mt ); as transitory, Tp'n D'SfO bo? Ho 6 4 like the dew early depart- ing, so i3 3 (both|pp,3"f?J|); fig. of young warriors of king established by with flashing weapons, like dewdrops IffW ?0 ^ no 3 . til. [<^7~] vb. cover over, roof, Aram, loan-word, v. P^V (^^vj cover over, esp. put on roof*%j$ roof areyij : so Palm. v. Eut SBAk '

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he built it (kept on building it, i.e. a city-gate) and covered it over (laid timbers to cover it, cf. WflHg they laid its timbers v 36 ; v. also T~p 7X3 Gn 1 9 8 in ilie shadow of my roof). D7tD (-/of foil.; perh. cf. Ar. !&; Aram. Q?0, »i£^ ; Eth. mrtfl D : all ojyrress, injure; in this case D?0, JtapO will be Aramaic names, since k=Heb. v). t Q7p n.pr.loc. et pers. 1. n.pr.loc. in