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why down rain, JjT violent rain) — Hipli. Jmpf. 3 ms. sf. ^3V^6o" io8 n ; i s. sf. D.^iK Je 3 1 9 ; 3 mpl. V& + 68 M ; ^ 7 6 12 (juss.); fb#p Zp3 10 ; sf. ni73< Is2 3 7 ;— 1. tear aZongr offerings, c. ace. rei, Zp 3 10 ; c. 7 pers. ^ 68™ 76 12 . 2. carry away, only "«£ |*T^} n-bai "• Is 23" /*«r /ee< M«ed to carry her far away to sojourn (of Tyre as colonizing and trading city). 3. lead, conduct, c. obj. as sf., of returning exiles Je 31"; triumphant army, sq. ace. loc, i/f 60" = 108". Hoph; Jmpf. 3 ms. ("jfe* Is 18 7 Je 11 19 ; 73*Hoi2 2 + 3 t.; 3 fs.^^45' 5 ; 1 s. 73W Jb io 19 ; 3 mpl.&W Jb2i 30 ; 3 fpl. H$3» ^ 45 16 ; 2 mpl. ?v3Vl Is 55 12 ; — 1. be borne along: of things, sq. ?, a gift Is 18 7 ; idol Ho io 6 ; oil I2 J . 2. be borne to the grave: baiN "D$ jean jb io 19 ; ?av ninapb 21 s2 . 3. e led, conducted, sq. p, ^ 45 15 Je 1 1" Is 53'; abs. V'45 16 ; be led forth (from captivity in Babylon) Is 55 12 , abs. (HfcW); the wicked (for judgment) abs. Jb 2 1 30 . •f 1. j/W ] n- [>**•] watercourse, stream (prop, conduit), as irrigating; — only pi. cstr. D>D(-) ? a: is 30 26 (II o'ibz), 44 ■fn. 711^ n.pr.m. son of Lamech by Adah, and founder of pastoral life ace. to Gn 4 20 (J) ; ® IcajSfX, @L Io)j3riX. fi. *3»f 1 a.[m.] stream, Je 17 8 (|| BJJ). •J- 11. 7SV n.pr.m. son of Lamech by Adah, and inventor of musical instr. Gn 4 21 (J) ; © Iwfiah. TTO n.m. Jb2028 produce of soil;— abs. '*> Hb 3 17 ; cstr. id. Ju6 4 Jb 20 28 ; sf. nb«; Dt 1 1 17 + 7t.; nby Dt32 22 ; D^ ^7 846 ;— produce: pgJJ * Ju 6 4 ; njOl jns Dt 32 s2 ; nspa psni nb^Hgi 10 ; sf.f 78 46 (||r?;); esp. H?? "?$) PW3' Lv 26* the land shall yield its produce, so v 20 Ez 34 s7 Zc 8 2 (all || TJf), V 67 7 85 13 ; also, subj. nm«n Dt n 17 ; of grapes only 7*3* P??1 CJBaa Hb 3 17 (|| rnsn-t<7 rutcn and ~rtyyp trria IV]); more generally in" 1 ? 7*3^ Jb 20 28 the pro- duce (acquired possessions) of his house. t 71S n. [m.] produce, outgrowth (abbrev. or scribal err. for foregoing) — only sg. cstr. Dnn '3 Jb 40 20 ; also W 'a Is 44 19 the produce of a tree, i.e. a block of wood. tTSfy^p n.m. Nu304 ram, ram's horn, cornet (Ph. by ram; cf. Di Lv25 10 Dl FrlJ4 )— abs. 73i< Jos6 6 +7 t.; 73« Ex 19"+ 13 1.; pi. D^3i< Jos6 4 + 2 t.; &?? Jos6 13 ;— 1. ram, only in combin. : *H J^a 7|fe>D3 Jos 6 s the ram's horn, as wind-instrument ; so tJ'73(l )'(?!) nnDiB> Jos 6 4 - 6813 rams' horns (v. Benz ArcMo, - J76 ); 9$ alone, 73 s n TfB'pa Ex 19 13 at tlte sounding of the ram('s horn). 2. designation of 50th year, marked by blowing of cornets, AV ' jubile' (so NH 73V, g tfyyC, as loan-word); orig.no doubt 73"i>n T0 year of the ram{'s horn),as Lv 25 1328 *'- MMM (all H), 2 7 1718Z, - 24 (all P), but then, without rUE>, as D?7 iTnri Nin 731' 25'° a ram(a horn blowing) sludi'it be to you; B0 v ,1 - B -"- 1BJ """ J3 (all H), 27 ,8 Nu 3 6 4 (bothP). f [72P] adj. running, suppurating — only fs. as subst., J"V?- a running sore or ulcer Lv 2 2 22 T72')N n.[m.] stream, river (=73V) — only JIM 73W Dn 8 2 the river Ulai.

71111 n.f. Nal ' 6 (appar. m. Is 14 17 ) world, 

poet, synon. of pS (perh. orig. as productive, cf. 7^3^ 713, but this sense not clearly main- tained ; cf. also As. tabalu in ell tabali, by land, || ell nAru, by water (river) Meissner ZAm lv - 3 - 261 - ™ mt SASm A!LrtWr '" T -'"- yUl -' x - 1!B ) — usu. abs. 'n (no art.), cstr. Jb 37" Pr 8 31 ; world, usu. || fty : 182^ set'nonH? <&«?), Is M^^'-Jeio' 2 = 5i 16 , 1 Chi6 30 (=V'96 10 infr.) Jb3 4 13 ^i 9 5 77 19 =97 4 ,90 2 9 6 13 ( + D^y), 9 8 9 ( + ^.); ^Vn m Na i 5 ^24'; 'n Vf> 33 s Isi8 3 (||pKN>3te>), 20 918 La 4 12 ; PW&EK'n 8 9 12 ( + D>OB', cf.nxWpK 24 1 ); "IT^Tl ^'b^ 3b ^ n upon the face of the world of earth (earthly world, the whole expanse of earth); iS")K 'na Pr 8 31 ; on the other hand 'n nnsy v 26 ; 'n aione Jb 18 18 ; other combin. PlK"!>tM 'n ^ so 12 (cf. 89 12 supr.); 'mjj Is 2 7 6 (cf. Jb37 12 supr.); 'n rfllDb 2 S 22 16 foundations of the world = •f i8' 6 , cf. 'n fian ^93' 96 10 (= 1 Ch 16 30 ); world as object of v s judgment 9 9 (|| D , BnS' ; v. also 96 13 supr.), cf. H3 , 3B iv l 'n 98 7 (|| DI), Is 13" (|| D'VEH); as devastated by Babylonian conqueror Is 14 17 (U^V). t DV 71^ n.pr.loc. a city of Manasseh in West- Jordan land Jos i7 n (JE; but '3? here dub., v. Bu ral "), Ju i 27 2 K9 27 ; so rd. also 2 K I5 10 for MT Dy7?i? (®L f V lc/3Xaa M ; v. Klo); c c