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391 T-n in my hand, i.e. I happen to have ( shekel); (3) in the (physical) power of Gn i6 6 (J; cf. itt nnn ^ynn v 9 ), Jb i 12 ; f^h T3 p r 18 21 in the power of a tongue; in the care or charge of, entrusted to, Gn 39 23 (J); under the authority of 2 S i8 l " Nu 3 1 49 (P);— in Je 41' (AV because ofGedaliah), rd. Wl 9rti "fa for Kin w¥ti "1*3 © Hi Kue Gf Che Gie Dr 8m29 ' ; (4) "VSf also with vbs. of taking, efclVTlK ITS nj3>| Gn 22" and he took the fire in his fiand, Ex 4 1 '- 20 - 21 (all E), 1 S 17 40 2 K9 1 ; thence to denote accom- paniment, taking or being with one Joso, n (JE), 2 S 8 10 1 K 14 3 2 K 5 5 ; iT3 W0 thf 1 S 14 34 cf. 1 6 2 ; D'BOK D'B'bv' *JT3 nj? J e 38' . d. T3 fy the agency or instrumentality of Gn 38 s0 (J), JU6 36 1S11 7 16 20 2 S 3 18 io 2 ii 14 i2 25 2K14 27 (the orig. lit. sense is discernible in some of these); esp. of '^'s speaking by the agency of prophets Ex 9 s5 (R), Lv8 36 10" Nu 4 37 - 45 9 s3 io 13 if J0S14 2 20 2 2i° 8 (all P), 1 S 2 8 1S17 1 K 16 71234 2 K 9 s6 17 1323 2 Chi 17 7 6 io 15 33 s 34" 35 6 Ne 8 14 9 i4.so. a Ta rao Ex j 6 3( P ) fZ?e 6y ^ ; iarMi y,. T3 by or a< </te «tc?« of (very rare) Zc 4 12 olive- branches beside the two golden pipes; =near to, in time, 3g*1 Di' 1T3 |&J Jb 15 23 raicfy a< Ai's AaW is a day of darkness (i. e. near at hand). e. 'H?Bn 1!? 1 K 10" ace. to the hand of tlie king, i.e. his royal munificence, so Est 2 18 cf. 1". f. T} by the side of iSi 9 s iChi8 17 23 28 Nen 24 Pr8 3 ^ 140 6 . g. "V? out of the hand: — (i) out of the power of, often nearly = JO, used idiomat. c. many vbs.: c. Wn Gn 32 1212 (J), Ex2 19 i8 9, ° 10 (all JE), 1 S if; T nnnp Ex 18 10 (JE; soc.J)B'B2 Ch 2 1 81010 ; cf.i.infr.); of animals "l-P 1 S 1 7 37 - 37 , 3?3"T» j, 2 2 21 ; even of inanimate things Ttpfo TO ^Sn Is 47"; c. nfA Nu2l M (JE), 1 K ii 34 - 35 ; c. jnrj v 12 - 31 ; c. &k>, ^ "W 'O ^89 49 ; c. H-IB, biKe>Te 'B Ho I3 14 (|| ni.BD), V'49 16 ; 3 l n *W ' B Jb 5 20 ; pregn. *QWD ^BEE* 1 S 24 16 may A« ('<) judge (and save) me out of thy hand; so 2 S 18 19 and (with 3*1 for BBC?) 1 S25 39 ; (2) TO of separation, *"IJM T|^^88 6 of wicked, cut off from nearness to God; (3) B^T* TO exact (a« </te hand) of 2 S 4 11 Gn 9" (P), Ez 33 « 34 10 ( = Dyp &?l Dti8 19 ), also of animals Gn 9 s ; 1?? C?i33 Ez 33 8 ; "W? njij R u 4 5 - 9 ac?«tre at the hand of ; with ref. to offerings TB 3 ,- !pn Lv22 25 (H), TO .Tfi (* subj.) Mali 1013 ; nj& TO jfeTJ 2 ,3 . h. (*)T"i>y :— ( 1 ) wfxm «Ae Aawd(a) of *TJ"?8 ins HOT Gn 42 S7 = entrust him to me (E ; lit, 2>w< Mm upon my hand) ; TIT'S inTV Tn ^63" </iey «/jaK pour him out upon the hands of the sword = deliver him up to the sword; so Je 18 21 EZ35 6 ; (2) V"^?, Tfhl ace. to the hand(s) of = at the guidance, direction of: T~^y iCh25 2 » 2Ch26 13 ; TJ^J Je 5 31 33 13 , and esp. Chr : 1 Ch 2 5 2,, - 3 ««; T , n 1p8 2 Ch 23 18 Ezr 3 10 ; TH ^3 n*$j 2 Ch 29^ ace. to </ie guidance of the instruments of David; (3) 6y <Ae side of, way ^3 " 1 -"^ "Wd 2 S 15 s ; river pOTT) T7J Ex 2 5 (E), Nu ^^(JE; UDM-^), j e4 6 6 Dnio 4 ; city Jos 1 5" (JE); person ( = m the company of) 2 S 15 18 ; people 2 Ch 2 1 16 ; esp. late TJ"v$f »t«a;« to (in a series) 17 151618 31 15 Ne 3"+ 13 t. Ne 3, 13 13 ; nr^5? by tlie side o/Ju 1 1 26 ; people (WW) H^by Nu34 3 (P), iCh? 29 ; cattle Jbi 14 ; H^y "™?J>? T^? 1 Ch 6 16 Ae stationed them by the side of song, i.e. to watch over the singing.' i. T TW under the hand=in the possession, at the disposal of ;

rnn iT T -nnn nh-0; jw i s 2i 9 ;=in the 

power of, subject to Is 3" come, thou shalt be our ruler and this ruin under thy hand; pi. sq. vb., TT nnn i35?nni Gn 16 9 (J) and submit thyself under her hands, her authority, Is 3°. — t nnnp v . g. (1) supr., and sub nnn. trnSTP n.pr.loc. in Zebulun Jos 19 15 , © Iepft^w, ®L ItSaXa ; @JIJi^.; site unknown. BBT v. sub ea-n p. 185b supr. fi. ^*^' , ] vb - cast a lot ( cf - Eth - a, - e ^ : immittere, etc., Di 935 ) — only Qal Pf 3 mpl. by b-n) Vf. Na 3 10 Ob u ; - b« brta IT Jo 4 3 . (Poss. wrongly pointed pfs. of nT Pi. q. v.) II. ^n' 1 (v/of foil.; love, cf. Ar. Ij Zow; Aram. Pa. jll Z<w«, also deriv.; Sab. epith. f. mi loving-one, friend, amie, DHM 2 """'"; v. also TrT). t[T«T] adj. (poet.) beloved (NH id., Aram. LZ)— cstr. 1*1 Dt 33 12 ; sf. 'Tt|» Is 5 11 Jen 15 ; iTTi»^i27 2 ; pi. sf. TT1; 6 ° 7 Io87 : f. OVr 45 1 ; niTT 84 s ; — 1. my beloved, used by proph. of '"< under fig. of husbandman Is 5 11 ; so my (thy, his) beloved Je ii' 5 ^6o' = io8 7 , 1 27 s ; beloved, of Benj. as beloved by Dt

12 . 2. lovely, Triiwp niTT-no + 84 s 

how lovely are thy habitations ! 3. fpl. as abstr. subst. n'TT TB* ^ 45' — a song of love.