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01« T 'n 10", DTa' T nW^ v "' : a. right hand (i)Vw-i: Gn 4 8 ,T7 (JE), JU7 20 2S20 9 Je22 24 EZ39 3 ^-/s 23 121 5 ; nwn [Dp* EX29 20 Lv 8"* 1 4 "- 17 - 25 - 28 (all P); a left-handed man is iri^-T -«atjS Ju 3 15 20 16 (v. -itiN); left hand (i)i>NEf T 3 21 7 20 EZ39 3 ; both hands of one pers. are denoted by du., D?T Gn 2 7 B 2 K 3" -foft; occasionally + numeral, 'T *8f Dt 9 1617 , so Lv 1 6 2 ' (P) ; du. also of hands of several persons Gn tf> Ex 29 101519 Dtsi 29 jKii"= 2Ch2 3 15 , Ez2i 12 +; yet sts. sg. of hand of several persons Gn 19 16 Ex 29" Lv8 24 Dt I 25 1 7" Ju 7 20 - 20 + . b. VT ni33 "Ff 1 S 5 4 the two palms of his hands; DHM ni33 2K9 35 Dnio 10 ; TT niTSK armpits Je 38 12 Ez 13 18 ; VT jr/3 Ex

g*>(P)=his thumbs (opp. cbp_ frta); nura 

(v)i>JT (V)T Ju I 67 ; bracelets were worn on hands, i.e. wrists Gn 24 22 ' 30 - 47 (J), cf. thread bound on hand of Zerach sS 28 - 28 - 29 - 30 ^), and cords on hands of Samson Ju 15 14 ; the ring was worn on hand, i.e. finger Gn4i 42 (E), Est 3 i0 . c. as to hands in use, note IT 'Jpt Gn 49 24 arms of his hands, i. e. arms which make his hands serviceable; HJ%| IT K& 2 K 9 s4 fe/B«2 to Aanc? wn'</t <Ae feow, i.e. caused his hand to grasp it, seized it ; ntfljrr^ ?£ 3?nn 2 K 1 3 1616 ; esp. fig. of consecrating or installing (as priest), T N?p he filled the hand of any one (perh. orig. gave the selected portions of animal-sacrifices to, v. Lv S 25 "', so Di), installed as priest Ju 1 7 612

K 1 3 M (sq. 1 subord.) ; elsewhere only P and 

late : Ex 28 4l '(|| EHJ?), 2 9 9 also v 29 (|| ntPO), v 33 (E*ip), v 35 Lv 8 s3 2 Ch 13 9 16 33 , sq. inf. Lv 16 33 (|| TOto), 2l 10 (||!OB*pSV) ) Nu3 3 (||nE5'D); Dnxk) niiTv D3T 2 Ch 29 31 =ye have consecrated your- selves to '*, is addressed appar. to the whole congregation (otherwise BeOt and Di Ex 32 s9 ) ; so the same expression Ex 32 s9 (poss.) and 1 Ch 29 s (certainly) of offering gifts to '*; HJ Wj"? Ez 43 s6 of consecrating the altar (|| 1B3, Tit?); ? T n?B> Ju S 26 stretch out hand to, so "b« IW

S6 6 (insert mVrssDr); hence D(3)T nbft? 

<Aa< <o which one puts tlw hand, fig., se undertak- ing, tDt 12 7 ' 8 15 10 23 21 2 8 820 t; T r6e> also in hostile sense, c. 3, Ex22 7 1 S24 7u 26"^55 21 -|-; cf. DT rfblfa 3N1D Is II 14 ; T-J3K Nu35 17 (P) a stone (thrown from) the hand; T/TJ? 'pS v 18 a weapon in the hand; T ?ir!P Ez 39 s1 a sia^" in the liand; idols are "Ul T ntPjJD Is 2 8 + oft. v. ilSTJE; man is work of God's hand Jb 14 15 . d. special phrases: kissing with the hand P$ni '& T, Jb3i 27 ; (in silence) 'D fc£ Vfl? T, 40 4 Mi 7 16 (ns-by); the creditor is ftj nfl? HfJ Dti5 2 ; the debtT"i>3 ^Neio 35 ; D3T nonn Dt 1 2 611 ' 1 ' 'heave-offering of your hand; the hand is placed TV nnn in taking an oath Gn 2 4 2 ( J); lifted (Dnn) to '1 14 22 ; so perhaps T D3^y T t Ex 17 16 (E) hand on tlw throne of Yah ! (but difficult, v. Di VB) ; oft. c. NSW : the hand is lifted (tcfeo) to heaven Dt 32 40 (of V g oath, poem); elsewh. chiefly Ez and P: simply lift (NBO) the hand (asgSBb), sq. inf. Ex 6 8 Nu 14 s0 (both P), Ez 20 2842 47 14 ; sq. S> pers. Ez2o"(del. Co as gloss); sq. p pers. + inf.Ez 20 el5 - 23 ; abs. 36 7 ; hence (citations) Ne 9 15 f 106 26 ; cf. Ne 8 6 the people answered DTT ^ybs |CK fCK; (D<)T Kt«  elsewh. (of men) in prayer ■>//• 28 2 ; cf. 68 32 , and JT133 PIT? T 7 7 3 . Also of God, to give a signal fc^"; to rescue f io 12 . T «£* Is io 32 /«s brandishethhishand(Assyridn, in defiance); spH iTl8ii 15 (of'iinjudgment),cf.i9 16 Zc2 13 (sq.^y); T, JPJtJ Zp2 15 (in derision); ? T yennone's /iaW bringing deliverance to, gaining success, by force, for 1 S25 26 + (v. Dr), ins. also v 3 ' (© We Dr); the hand is weary njW 2 S 23 10 , it cleaves (p3l) to the sword (Tinrr 7&C) v'°(both om. by accident in || 1 Ch n 13 ,"see VB); T "0$ Lv2i ,9 (fi) fracture of hand=arm (|| ^"l "OS*); after jnj : give a pledge DiTBO tOXinp DT vm Ezr io 19 ; submit Hta5f nnn T JO} 1 Ch 29", i.e. they acknowledged him as their lord ; niT? T"«n 2 Ch 30 8 ; other phr. c. prep. v. infr. e. of hand as strong, helpful, etc.: — (1) of man: 'T DX'V Dt 8 17 (U*n&)j of fighting power of Edom n^tn T3 Nu 20 20 (JE ; || TJ3 Dp ■ cf. infr. of God); T^n.Sp small in power 2 K 19 28 =Is37 27 (cf. infr. of God); Isr. went out of Egypt HOT T3 ace. to P, Ex^ 8 Nu33 3 i.e. boldly, defiantly ; same phr. of presumptuous- ness (against ) Nu 1 5 80 (P, cf. non «T t Dt 32 s7 ). Phrases of strengthening are : VT P?n Ju 9" Ne6 9 ; DT? Pin Ezr i 6 ; _ T3 pnnn Jb 8 20 (v. pin) ; fa* VT ni'np 2 K 1 5 19 that his hands might be with him, to confirm the kingdom in his hand ; note also ffi«! *$ t ® Ty "'V Jb 1 f who » Ae (that) tei7Z «<rtfe to Aarid into mine, i.e. give me a pledge (v. sub Vpn); strength fails when hands drop : VT }BT! 2 S 4 1 then his hands dropped down, he grew feeble, spiritless(v. nB"i) ; BT, V] 17 2 weak-handed, weak (|| KJ). (2) of (mighty) hand of God, pointing to earlier an-