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ii 47 ; -»no!> 'o(n) pa jmvi Ez 22 s6 44 s3 ; of aliens Is 52 1 (|| ?">V)> perhaps also 35 s . 3. specif, of places : '0 DIpD unclean place (place of refuse away frcm holy place and human habitation) Lv I4 «o-«.« (P); px nNOO land on the east of the Jordnu separated from the land of the tabernacle of "» Jos 22" (P) ; so '0 HOIK a foreign land Am 7". triN^ip n.f. uncleanness ; — abs. 'o Nu 5 19 + 4 t.; T cstr. mt?B Lv 5 3 + 4 t.; sf. ^riKDO Ez 2 2 U + 2 1. etc., + 1 8 1. sfs. ; pi. riKDO Lv i 6 1619 ; sf. D3 , n'lNDt3 Ez 36 s1 - 29 ; DnkDD Lv 16 16 ;— 1. sexual Nu 5 19 (P), La i*. 2. of a foul or filthy mass Ez 24" (in a caldron), 2 Ch 20 16 (in the temple). 3. ethical and religious Lv 16 16 (P), Ez 22 15 24 13 39 24 ; 'bo en-n by naa Lv i6> 6 (P); '00 B«ip Lv 16" (P); 'oo nno Ez24 13 36 s5 ; 'o ^30 JTChn 36 :9 ; 'Oil nil wncZeaw spirit, which inspired the prophets to lie Zc 1 3 s . 4. ritual, of men Lv 5" 7 2021 14' I 5 3.3.31.31 Nuiq 13 (all P), Lv 22 3S (H); of women 2 S 1 1 4 ; 3??S nriKOtSD rxhj&fi torn my v. Dr; a time favour- able to conception RS K276 ; Lv is 252630 (P), 18" (H), Ez 36 17 ; of meats Ju 1 3"*. 5. local, of the nations Ezr 6 21 9". tnNEtt n.f. uncleanness (nNDD, Baer, seems to rest upon a misinterpretation of the form) Mi 2 10 (so Thes MV SS); of ethical un- cleanness, from wrong-doing. t[nDO] vb. only Niph. Pf. WOO? we are stopped up, stupid Jb 1 8 3 so Thes MV Di De Z6 (Aram. 000 , DODO stop up (e. g. of ear or heart), r»v>j , etc., and deriv.; Ar. "^afill or choke up); S3 Ew Hgst AV EV Da SS take it as metaplastic for '3X003 we are regarded as unclean, see Ew* 198b Ko'-"' 4 ; © rds. Un?"l3 <7f (TtunrjKaftev ; X "JVOO. • t V2 HO vb. hide, conceal, esp. in earth (NH id.; whence perh. Aram. JOO keep, preserve; cf. Ar.^i> bury,hid# (loan-word Fra 137 ); Aram.

    • 4 , TOO id);— Qal Pf. JOO ^ 35 8 + 2 t etc.;

Imp/. }bp>1 Gn 35 4 , etc.; Imv. sf. VUOtp J e 13 4 ; tJJDB Jb'40 13 ; Inf. cstr. fiCo!> Jb3> ^64°; Pt.pass. pop Jb 3 16 + 3 t.; rWOO Josy 22 ; pi. D'JDp J087 21 ; cstr. WC Dt 33 19 ';— 1. A«fe, c. ace. Gn 3 5 4 (E), Ex 2 12 (E ; dead body in sand ), Jos 2 6 (JE; spies under flax-stalks), Jos 7 2122 (JE; Achan's theft), Je 13 45 " (Jer.'s girdle), 43" 10 (stones at Tahpanhes); hide, bury hand in dish (nr^X) Pr 19 54 26 15 (of by} the sluggard); bs: POO Jb 3 16 hidden abortion, i.e. a lifeless child at once buried; Sn *3100 'JBfc> Dt 33" (poem); of hiding iniquity y Jb3i 33 ; hiding the wicked in the dust "&y Jb 40 13 . 2. often of hiding, concealing, secretly laying a snare HBH ^ 9 16

8 , sq. ^ 3 1 6 ; D*flft "D^ 3s 7 ; na S q. *? 140 6 
4 ; sq. ^r6 Je 18 22 ; bn Jb 18 10 ; D'typio 

^ 64*. 3. pOO that which is darkened^- darkness, Jb 4 o 13 nearly = *MNf: '03 BOq D.TJD fttraa* </ie?r /aces in darkness (i.e. the wicked); hide = reserve Jb 20 26 «ZJ darkness is held in reserve for his treasures, i. e. all calamities are stored up for them. Niph. Imv. 1QV| jppn " *ina 'JEO Is 2" hide thyself in the dust, from before the terror of Hiph. (or Qal? Ba ZMG 1889,180) J mp J y DD ,, ^ „ R ^8.8 Qnd ^ wen< a»wf Aid (it), i.e. plunder fr. Aram. camp. T pOtO?2 n.m. hidden treasure, treasure; — abs. ftapp G1143 23 ; pi. D^OOp Je 4 i 8 Pr2 4 ; D^OOp'jb 3 21 ; cstr. 'JDOD Is 45 s ; (Aidden) treasure Gn 43° (of money in sacks); 'JPPP D'lricp IS45 3 (i.e. treasures now hidden in secret places, shall become spoil of Cyrus; || ntrn nrww), Je 41 8 , appos. tptf nnyb> d-pn BOl ; in compar. Jb 3 21 (longing for death more than for treasure), Pr 2 4 (wisdom sought for like treasure). KJD (Vol foil.; Ph. two is «e« «p, era;*, also offer, present, ace. to DHM in MV 10 , 983). tWSD n.m. 1 " 28 ' 5 basket (NH '30 is a large metal vessel)— abs. MB Dt 26 4 , KID v 2 ; sf. ""JlgB 28 517 ; in all a receptacle for products of soil (inlasttwo||n^p). t [*]}&] vb. soil, defile (NH Pi. id.; Aram. Pa. "BO, *i& As. tawd/w 11, 1, Dl PrS3 ' HWB3<8 ; Ar. ■ '•>•_}• is 6e suspicious, be intrinsically cor- rupt) — Pi. Impf. DE3P^ Ct5 3 how should I soil ilvem, i.e. my feet (poet. Aramaism). I" [nytO] vb. wander, stray (NH id., err; Aram. K^?B, Uty; Ar. ^Jle exceed just limit, be immoderate, extravagant, i.~cll> one wlw de- viates from right way; Eth. flP'Vi apostasy, superstition, idolatry) — Qal Pt. f. '1 T 5fb(3) Ct 1 7 like a wandering (vagrant) woman, for MT iTOjra ace. to <S Sym. X SQ Bo Hi Gr al. Hiph. P/'OyjlN WOn Ez 13 10 fig., they have ledastray my people. f PJ*JJ vb. taste, perceive (NHt'rf.; Aram. oj£^, D^JJO taste; As. n. temU, sense, command,