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PP Zim Br *> Lyon 8 *™ " 161 " CT Asrb *■"""■ '"' * ; Ar. 1*£ ea<, tos<«, examine by tasting; Eth. TOff": /mO<n>: taste, examine by tasting, etc.) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'B i 8 14 24 ; 3 fs. flBjn Pr 3 i> 9 ; 1 s. V»S9 1 S i 4 »-« ; /mp/. 3 ms . byO? 1 S I9 S6 + 2 t; 1 s. DJJBK 2 S 3 K ; 3 mpl. «jflp*; Jon 3 7 ; JW mpl. 1BJJB + 34 »; in/. a&s. I*? 1 S 14 43 ; — 1. taste, of eating in small quantity, sq. ace. &n£ 1 S i4 24 , «to Byn v 29 , so v 43 ('nopo DyB); HDIND-b IS Dr£> 2 S 3 s5 ; flBWD Jon 3 7 . 2. of sense of taste, obj. 7^V)io i>3N Xte-nK nn^s 2 S 19 36 ; so b>Tyip $3fc -jn Jb 12 11 ; ijn »!gj> DyB? 34 3 . 3. fig. Pr 3 i 18 she tasteth that her gain is good (obj. cl. c. '?), i.e. she ex- periences that her trade is profitable ; so 'OJH3 mrp ate""*? WW f 34 9 ta«<e ye awd see that '•> is good. t QV6 n.m. J '* ul taste, judgment— 'B abs. Jb 6 6 ^ 1 19 66 ; fiyo Pr 1 i M 26 18 ; cstr. DVB Nu ii 8 +2t.; sf.ioyDExi6 3 ' + 4t.;'n»VBiS25 33 ; —1. taste of manna Ex 16 81 (P), Nu n 8 (JE), cf. v 8 ; in juice of purslain Jb 6 6 ; of Moab under fig. of wine Je 48 11 (|| [J*J). 2. fig. judgment, discretion, discernment, 1 S 25 s3 Pr 1 1 22 Jb 1 2 20 , so *}T$ nyii nya aid ^ 1 1 9 <* ; 'b ^en? p r 26 16 <Ao#e answering discretion, i.e. discreetly; ruts' DyB change, disguise one's judgment, sense I S 2 1 13 ■</<■ 34 1 , of David feigning madness. 3. (late Aramaism, cf. Dn 3 10 etc.) decision, decree V^lM rbo DyB Jon 3 7 . "I" [DJN273] n.m. only pi. tasty or savoury food, dainties— D'tsyBD Gn 2 j******* (all J); sf. vrrtsyoo Pr 23 3 ; vribyoo v 6 . f I. [jy B] vb. load (NH id. ; Aram. ^, !J?9, J$?t3 carry, also tooa") — Qal Imv. «J?B D9'TJ)a-h« Gn 45 17 (E) foarf yowr &eas<«. fll. []P&] vb. pierce • (Aram. Pa. fJ?B •pierce; Ar. ^ji fierce, wound, goad — only Pu. PL Sip "?.ybD Is 14" iAose pierced! wt*A a sword. ^B v. sub SJBB. ' [PTau] vb. extend, spread (Ar. l£i> Je full to overflowing, abound,; Aram. u»3j extend, spread; NniBB a «<ep, foot-length; NH l"ISB a span (cf. nDB infr.))— Pi. i>/. nriEB Is 4 8 13 ;

  • RTIgD La 2 22 ; — 1. spread out the heavens IS48 13

(|| pK KIP?.)- 2. denom. fr. I"IBB carry o» the 2>alms, dandle La 2 22 (|| W2n i Aave brought up, reared). tDYEB n.[m.] pi. abstr. dandling, ^>?.y 'B La 2 20 .' TpIDip n.[m.] 1. a span, hand-breadth ; 2. coping (?); — 1. a span, hand-breadth, l"IBB 1 K7 26 =2 Ch 4 5 of thickness of the molten sea; pi. rrtnSB i/a 39 6 (a few) hand-breadtlts are my days. 2. architectural term, perh. coping, ninsDrny idbim j k 7'. tpIDb n.m. Ez40 ' 43 span, hand-breadth — alw. abs. HSB Ex 25 2S 37" (both P), width of border of table in tabernacle; Ez 40 s 43" addit.to common cubit; EZ40 43 width of border (ledge) of four tables in new temple (Sm Co). tnTTOKJia n.f. cloak, abs. ~f^ ririSBBn ?|$y Ku 3 15 ; pi. ninEBtsn i 8 322. t L 5?*"J vb. smear or plaster (over), stick, glue (NH id., besmear, plaster; Aram. ?BB id., fig. attack ; Nj'BB mortar ; %aj[ defile ; As. tap&lu, besmear (!), Dl Prl8 ' HWB )— Qal Pf. 3 pi. I^SB yj, 119 69 ; Impf 2 ms. »B*j Jb 14"; P«. pi.' cstr. ^B'B Jb 13 4 ;— DHT TJ3J? ^5? ^3B i/' 119 s9 insolent men have plastered falsehood over me, ' making his real character unre- cognisable' (De); ~§& vBB Jb 13 4 ye are falsehood-plasterers (|| 7?^ ^ si| ); cf. As. amdt taikirti tdpilti Ullusum, a speech of falsehood besmearing Ullusum, Dl Pr48 ; Vfafa %tjK) Jb 1 4 17 and thou hast glued over mine iniquity, i. e. glued it up, for safe keeping against the day of reckoning (|| ^3 "Hisa DrPI). T^DCID n.[m.] scribe, marshal (if meaning correct, then As. loan-word, ir.dupsarru, tablet- writer, scribe, v. Len L,m8UePr,mltdellCh,ld ^ 365 Schr C0T on Je 5 1 27 , Lotz w 18 ° ; dupsarru, ace. to Dl HWB227 )— pi. sf. IpDBB Na 3 17 (as if fr. 1DSB) thy scribes, marshals, of high officials of Nineveh ; abs.sg.^DBB nvy Hp3 Je5 1 21 appoint a marshal against her, 1. e. against Babylon. — On military function of those skilled in writing cO^B*. t ['"jDu] vb. trip, take quick little steps (cf. Ar. i_il> pass by quickly, i_;lll> light, brisk, quick, of horse ; poss. cf. Syr. >aAsJ flicker) —Qal Inf. abs. *|BB Is 3 16 njabri t]BB1 ^bn, of women of Jerusalem. F]T3 42 n.m. coll. children (as going with quick, tripping steps; Eth. m^?: Di 1251 ) — ^B Je 4 i 16 + 1 1 1.; tlB Je 4 o 7 + 5 t,; sf. «BB Gn 43 s