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w ace. cogn.); of Nineveh's king Na 2" (as lion); of God's treatment of the wicked Ho 5 14 (like a lion), ^ 50 22 ; subj. wrath of God (^K) con- ceived as assailing Job, Jbi6* his wrath teareth and persecute* h me; cf. UNET1 1^,0 Ho 6' subj. N ((J «K>3n:i rl; on tenses v. Dj.lM^iin.mn.1). gubj.'aiiger of Edom (abs.) Am i 11 , but rd. perlOfe^ ior *pt?;i and he ke/4 his anger perpetually, so 01 on ^ i03 9 We; i3{<3 itfs? Ifijb, sa id of Job by Bildad Jb 18 4 . Niph. Impf. of animal torn (by wild beasts) "Hf'Il'H? Ex22 12 (JE); T«£ also in prediction of judgment on people of Jerusalem Je 5". Pn. Pf. *tff> «llb tpo Gnu™ (3) Joseph has certainly been torn in pieces; cf. 'pto'D 44™ (J). Hiph. Imv. ma. sf., note esp. 2nd ace. Bnj, VI D ^ ^S"lt3n p r 30 8 let me devour my ap- pointed bread (of men, late; cf. *P 31 15 , and fm* Mais*). Trqtp adj. fresh-plucked (Aram. J-Si^, KEHb )w t leaf)— V,^ nn n.^y Gn 8" (J) a fresh plucked olive leaf. tfJTia n.m. Sasl prey, food; leaf ;— 'fJB Gn 49 9 + 5 *nP T Jb 4 n + ; sf. WV Na2»; tena Is si 4 ; pi. cstr. H3"]t? Ez 17 9 ; — 1. prey of lion Am 3* Jb 4" 38 s9 jf 104 21 ; metaph. of Judah's conquests G1149 9 , Israel like lion Nu23 M (both poems in JE); of Assyrians Is 5 s9 ; of Nineveh and its king Na2 1314 3 1 ; Israel's princes (as young lion) Ezio 3 ' 6 ; sim. of false prophet (like lion) 22 s5 ; of princes of Judah v 27 ; sim. of s descending to battle, like lion Is 31 4 ; cf. |/- 76 s ciming down from mountains of prey (the lion's lair), but rd. perh. ny, cf. © Bi Che"""-; fig. of spoil of wicked Jb 29 17 , cf. yjr 124 6 . 2. food, of outcasts, under fig. of wild ass N"1B J b 24 s ; of human food (late) : for those who fear Godwin 5 ; for household Pr3 1 15 ; in '^'s house Mai 3 10 . 3. leaf, (cf. Gn 8") flTOS 'Q-ie Ez 1 7° metaph. of Judah. • nSmD n.f. animal torn (by wild beasts); torn flesh; — abs. 't3 Gn 31™ + 8 t. 1. animal torn (by wild beasts), of sheep and goats Gn3i 39 (E); ox, ass or sheep Ex 22 12 (JE; del. We Klrr on Am 3 12 , as gloss fr. Gn 31 39 ); indef. v 31 (JE; forbidden as food); commonly c. n?33 (i.e. what dies naturally) as forbidden food, Lv7 24 (P), 17" 2 2 8 (both H), Ez 4 14 44 31 ; torn flesh, in metaph. of Nineveh's king as < lion Na2 13 (

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, Yddh, tenth letter; used as numeral 10 in postBHeb.; K' or x"=ii ; 3", 3"'= 12, etc.; 14 and 15, however, are not n' /, ) V 1 , which might stand for abbrev. of ROT, but l"t3, t"t2, v. 0, andGes'"- 4 -* 3 '. T [^N J vb. long, desire (Aram. oU, and esp. Ethpa. and deriv.)— Qal Pf. 1 s. TniSoS 'rONJ ^r 119 131 , late Aramaism. t [HN^] vb. befit, be befitting (NH X W, i 1 ??' adj. worthy, fitting, fine ; TfN? adv. right, well; Ph. X'fair; Syr. Jjl adj. for H1X3 f 33', «p.'*« Mt 3 15 )— Qal Pf. nr«J lb Jeio 7 , for thee it (i. e. fear) is befitting, late Aramaism. VP«?t?!i n ?-}^ v - sub i rx P" 2 4 b su P r - "ifM"', " r y , N v. sub IIS p. 2 2 b supr. fl. [ /N^] vb. be foolish (cf. 1. ^in)— Niph. Pf. 3 mpl. 6|rt3 Is 19 3 Je 5 4 ; £$1 Je 50 36 ; 1 pi. Uiwta Nu 12 11 ;— do or at foolishly: — 1. shew wicked folly = sin riKttn man -«wi u'prti -iBte Nu 12" (J); in Je 5* an exhibition of this folly is ascribed to ignorance. 2. become fools, lacking insight and judgment: J3JS •h'B' l!>KiJ Is 19 13 the princes of Zoan have become, fools (||*|1 *$f «t^3 ] and, in v" D^W fl* 'T, etc.); £gj] D^rr^ 3"jn Jeso 36 a sword is against the praters, and they sJiall become fools — be shewn up as such (|| !^n). fll. [/K^] vb. only Hiph. shew willing- ness, be pleased, determine, undertake to do anything (and do it) (v. Ki Thes; Ar. Jlj is take refuge with, escape, hasten to a place ; cf. II. 5>1K be in front of, Nb« BAkI880 ■ ,75 ; Sab. ^K1 in n.pr. ni>NlD DHM E ■ , " [r • I>,,n,m, • 63 ; perh. As. &U, accept, Lyon e*™>""«««w)_ Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. h"ti

Ho 5"+ 2 t.; 2 ms. nj^in 1 Ch 1 7 s7 ; 1 s.^Kin Gn 18 2731 ; 1 pi. Vfytfr Jos 7 7 ; Impf. V] Jb 6 9