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|tnnrp 'n(n) rar v ,Jb (all P), 22 s9 (H); nnini n-nyi 2CI129 31 ' 31 ; 'm DnpbB* vi3T 33 10 ; 'n (<)h3t mr ^ 107 22 n6' 7 ; 'n (Dj'Nao Jei7 S6 33 11 ; mtnb ^ 1 oo 1 (title); in ^ || D»T!3 : 'n I"I3T ^/Ter a thank- offering 5o 14 - 23 (£eeBr Mr - 239 ); 'n D^B> 56' 3 . tjinVT, pHT n.pr.m. usu. (WTlJj pnT Ch5 ,2 35»; JVlV^^Neii 87 1CI116 38 ; chief of one of the three choirs of the temple (only Chr & f -titles) 1 Ch 9 16 1 6 s8 "- 42 25 s - 3 - 6 2 Ch 5 12 ; the king's seer 35 1S ; his descendants formed one of the perpetual temple choirs }VWT '33 1 Ch 16 42 25 13 2 Ch 29"; fin 5 T-J3 Ne 1 1 17 .' In ^-titles pniT b)l ^62', 77' (Qr); pnwji 39 1 (? error for "75?), all = after the manner o/(the choir of) Yeduthun (musical term ace. to ftgOTJC422.2nded.H3) _ y> a j 80 Lag Or.l.l6ff. an( J „ pr t]DK, ppW (sub JOK), flVK (8U b [JT). Tn" , T' n.pr.ni. 1. a Simeonite chief 1 Ch t t :

s7 , ® 181a, @L leSSaa. 8. a builder at the 

wall Ne 3 10 , ® USaia, ®L l<8a«a. rfTT v. sub TP supr. JTTJ v. sub ITf supr. TMQpT v. sub JfT infr. plTH" 1 = pniT v. sub m t*V?~P n.pr.m. son of Nahor Gn 2 2^(1) (*/sbl1=he weepeth'i) ® ItXSa^, ®L I<o-Xa<£. JTT vb. know (NH id. ; Aram. JH ^« ; -T943 > -:' . ' Ph. J7T; Eth. h£.&0: XL 1. indicate, announce, narrate; As. i'<&2, feiow, C0T Gl0M ; Sab. J)T>, esp. in cpd. n.pr. DHM 2 * 01975 ' 612 )— Qal Pf Tt Gn 4 l + J *£ Lv 5*+j sf. teTJ Dt 34 10 Jb 2 8 7 ; rVft Gn24 16 1K1 4 ; WJJ Is6 3 16 ; 3 fs. njTV JuI T Ia 9 +4 t.; 2 ms. n^T Gn3o M +; flfiyT 2 S 2 M ; Fi5?14Ru2 11 iK2 15 ; njnj Je5o 24 ; njm consec. Ru3 4 + 6 t. (incl. Ez 22", Co QPIVT1, so ® $) + EZJ28 22 Co (for tt$), so ® ; WjTT Gn 4 9 + ; sf. T%T Ex 33 12 + 2 t.; WtyTJ Gn 18 19 ; D**q*T Pr 3 o 18 ; fWffi Is 4 8 7 ; Wl^Gn i 9 8 + ; WTJaK 4 39 + ; pVT'Dt8 3 - ,6 (Dr5 6 ' 1 '-); 2 mpl. DPIJTP Gn 44 15 + ; 2 fpL fPiVT Gn3i 6 ; f^Tl consec. Ez 13 2123 , etc.; Impf. VV Is 7 16 + ; J£ Jos 22 s2 + 5 t.; jrgj ^ I3 8" (rd. prob. ITT« vt Ges' 69 ' 211 - 3 ); ITS Gn4 17 + ; sf. «££ Je 17 9 ; B^] H014 10 ; 7mi>.5nGn2o 7 +iot.; njnp^ 14 ; ji^Ecii 19 ; sf. win p r 3 «; 'jn j e 2 ,9 + 4 1. j W* Nu 3 2 23 +

rn i5t.; 7n/c«<r.ny^Ex2 4 ; nyi Gn 3 M + ; ^ Dt 9", etc.; Inf. abs. jtfT Gn 43' Jos 23"; HJ Gn i 5 3 +ii t.; P«. ac<. •# Gn 3 s + ; f. "VT Nu3i ,7 + 2 t.; D'Vf 2 Ki7 M +; ;;as«. 5?vn cstr. Is53 3 ; pi. DTfll Dti 1315 ;— 1. a. /know, Z*aro <o &mom>, good and evil Gn 3 s2 (J), sq. T^NTiX 1 S 28 9 ; DJCT -iStpr? 2 S 24 s ; anything mj*»

S 20 39 ; ne««? ins i?t s6 Gn 36" (v. II. nx 
b), so v 8 ; 131J-P3 2 S15"; subj. God, knowing 

fowls if/50 11 ; way to wisdom Jb 28 23 , etc.; of bird of prey t3"U tyT t6 3-nj Jb 2 8 7 ; the price of wisdom Jb 28"; something future Tito DV Gn 27 2 (J); esp. sq. el. Gn 1 2 11 (J) I know tlwU thou art a woman of fair appearance, 2 2 12 (E), Eci 17 ; WT s6Gn28 16 ; answering qu. Where? without other obj., 4 9 (both J); sq. ace. + 3, in, in the matter of (v. 3 I 2 b) "i>33 ITOJJ VT tib Wl3 iK Ib|5 -Qit nNt 1 S 2 2 15 -% servant knoweth not of all this anything, little or much; sq. 3 (rare), gain knowledge of learn of or about, c. inf., 05^31 tfbfp&a Vinq Jb37 15 dost thou know about God's enjoining upon them 1 also c. subst. n&ll ^l?!? mfy &H Je 3 8 M let not a man know of these words ; similarly sq. •J?, only 3jpbpS!?-by Vinq Jb 37 16 dost thou know con- cerning the balancings of clouds 1 (in Jb 1 2 9 3 is instr., as Gn 15 8 ^4i 12 ); sq. JO, _ b» WTI isi D'Ksnisn 1 S 23- observe and get knowledge of all the hiding-places; but sq. obj. cl. +f? of source, *? T2*W 'WZ n 1Z + "9 ,M T-ong ago I gained knowledge out of thy testimonies that etc.; 8q.?,/«tt'e knowledge of fwlN? JHVT ^69" thou knowest my foolishness; esp. ^X 'a VT 1 ! ffliT and A« sAaZ? (</tow shah, etc.) ibw <Aa< / am Yahweh Ex 1 o 2 (R), 6 7 1 4 4 1 6 12 2 9 46 (all P), Ez 6 71013 + oft. in Ezek., 1 K 20 1328 ; sq. ace, which is really subj. of foil, cl., Gn 1 8 19 (J) / know him that he will, etc. 2 S f (Ges * m - '• »• e ). b. per- ceive Gn lg 33 ^^; obj. cl., inf. c. 3); with added idea of obsei-ving, taking note of, a place, ace. Ru 3 4 ; c. 3, ^s? JTns3 riyT ^ 31 8 (||"ns n»-). C. || i1N", imv. ilNll yT perceive and see 1 S 12 24 12 ; find out and discern 14 38 23^; in reverse order, lj)ll INT only 23 s3 (v. a supr.), Je 5 1 (v. Dr Sm ). — Vid. also g infr. d. discriminate, distinguish JTJp 3itrp3 jnxn 2S19 36 , cf. Dt i 39 (no J"3); Sbtinfb i3^p3 WT ^ Jon 4 11 they cannot distinguish between their right hand and their left. e. know by experience, "?33 DnyVl »? 03^33-^331 D333p Jos 2 3 14 (D) and know in all your hearts, and all your souls, that, etc. ;