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398 DV i" 1 = ii"P n.pr. cpd. with, v. sub mrv supr. p. 222 :— viz. 3KV, flNV, TPIKV, 5nJj> ( B>KV, p:VV, &T# 3^, IF, B^, D*E*, BTV, Cl C , ^> etc T^V n.pr.nt. son of Issachar Gn 46 1S , but rd. rather 3W* as Sam. Nu 26" 1 Ch 7 1 (Qr) <S 01 al. ; © la<rov<f>, @L 1<wov0. rav n.pr. v. 33 1 - ; ^, b?v v . b». tNnVn.pr.m.(y&mng.dub.; ?=nNV)— 1. a Benjamite 1 Ch 8 16 . 2. one of David's heroes 1 Ch 1 i 45 . ntOI" 1 = TlW q.v. sub riBJ. T T ■■. y^ n.pr.m. v. ??V? sub nW supr. p. 220. Di 285 n.m. GnM day (NH id,; Aram. NOV, LicJ; Ph. D»; MI 5 JC, sf.'D' l. 6 ' 933 , pl.cstr.^ I. 8 , sf. 3 ms. nD' l. 8 ; SI 3 0* ; Zinj. DV DHM fiends,!h - Gl0M ; Palm. DV Vog No - 1!S »- 0l0 "-'"'; Ar. *jj ; Eth. £?»: Sab. DV, D' Mordt ZMQ,876 ' s , HDV DHM ZMG1883 ' 328 SabDenkm 61 ; Ks.ummu,4mu C0T Gl0M ; deriv. unknown ; on /and relation of DV to Ph. DO 1 , Aram. DON U^cu^, v. N6 ZMG1S86 - 721 Ba™ 01887 ' 632 ') — DVabs. Gni 5 + ; cstr.Gn2 4 + ; sf.^pV Je5o 31 ; i»V Ex5 13 +22t,; DOV Je5o 27 Ez'21 34 ; du. fDW Ex 2 1 21 ; Oyft Ex 1 6 29 Nun 19 ; D?p* 9"; EPO' Ho 6 2 t; pi. «WPJ Gn 4 3 + ; DOJ Nu 6 5 ; f^ (Aram, form; Ges* 87 ' 1 *) Dni2 13 ; HOW D^DJD Exi 3 ,0 +4t.; cstr. WGn 3 14 + ; trm?.Dt 3 2 7

  • 9 o I5 t; sf. "O; Jb7 6 + 9 t.; W Gn 2 9 21 + 8 t.;

U'p^ Je35 8 +7 t., etc.; — 1. day, opp. night, Gn 7 412 8 s2 (all J). 3i 3940 (E). Ex 24 18 34 s8 Nu n 32 - 32 Jos 10" (all JE), Dt 9 9 " 1825 io'°(D), Gn j5.i4-w.i8 ( P ) ; x g 30 i2 Ju I98 .9.9.n Am 5 8 1 K 8 29 i 9 8 Ne 4 16 Ec8 16 ; || E*Of rrtfi3 "isf? 2 S3 35 ;" n Dh Gn 1 8 1 (J) the heat of the day 1 S 1 1 u 2 S 4 6 ; 1iV Piia n Gn 2 9 7 (J) the day is still high, not near its end ; "n r?n fcool of the day; ~iy -lixrrfp "H JVXnp Ne 8 3 from dawn until mid-day; so also prob. of mid-day C^n jispy TIKI T>in P r 4 18 growing lighter and lighter until the full day; note phr. in Ju i 9 , "n niO:"jy Jui 9 8 wn<t7 </te declining of the day; 3hj?? "A nan v 9 </te day Aa<A sunk down to become evening ; "n 1Un v 9 «/j« declining of the day; 1ND tj *n v" ifo day Aas gone down exceedingly (is far spent). . Day as division of time: A. working-day Ex2O 910 (E)=Dt5 13 , Ex i6 26!,0S0 (J), 2 3 12 (JE), 3 i li (P), Lv2 3 3 (H); nb>pn "V Ez 4 6'. b. SQl Eft a day's journey Nuii 31 ' 31 (JE), 1 Ki 9 4 ;^>np 1HK DV Jon 3 4 ; DW DB'i'B' TO a three days' journey Gn 3 o M Ex 3" 5 « S 23 (all J), Nu 10 3333 (JE), 33 8 (P); EW H3*V ^np Jon 3 3 ; so seven days' journey Gn 31 23 (E), 2 K 3"; without Tfl etc., CM?} ns6# Ex 15 22 (E) they went three days, etc. c. to denote duration of various other acts or states : seven days Gn 7 410 8 1012 ; forty days f 8 6 (all J); 150 days ^ 8 3 (both P),

S 25 s8 1 K & iM Je 42 7 Ez 4 66 1 Ch 9 25 Ezr 6 M 

Est i 4 etc. In Est 4 16 1 & 2 are combined : DV1 nW tf& Ttlfcy W^rr^Kl do not eat and do not drink for three days, night or day (v. Zc 1 4 7 sub 3 infr.) d. day as defined by evening and morning Gn i'*"-»-«J" (all P; c f. further T|*, n-Jj;); v. also 2 2 - 23 (P), Ex 20 ,,U (E), 32 17,7 (P). e. day of month (c. num. ordin.), chiefly P and late: Gn 7 11 8 414 Ex 1 2 61818 + , 1 K 1 2 s2 - 33 Ez 45 2125 Zci 7 Hgi ,1518 2Ch2 9 17 - ,7 Ezr 3 6 Ne8V Dnio 4 Est3 12 9 ' + ; (DV oft. om. e.g. Gn 8 513 Ex 12 10

K 25 13 Ez i 1 - 2 Hg 2 120 Zc 7 1 2 Ch 3 2 Ezr 6 19 

Est 3 13 , etc.) f. Cft defined by subst., inf., or other el.: (1) cstr. 37^11 DV = «A« snowy day 2 S 2 3 20 = 1 Ch 1 1 22 ; ^"!5D DV Pr 27 15 = rainy d. ; n-Ji5 DV 2 5 20 = cold d. ; (so, = time ,| rn T ? Dr Gn 35 3 (E) d. of my distress; Je 18 1 ' La i 7 Pr 24 10 25 19 27 10 ); iniD DV etc. Ju 13 7 2 S 6 s3 2 K 15 5 + oft.; cf. njri3-n? n^n DV Gn4O 20 (E) = Pharaoh's birthday; n")^n DV3 Ho 2 5 cf. Ec 7 1 (v. also 7 d infr.; cf. iov' Jb 3'), njnn DV Ct 3 11 ; of day emphat.characterized by proph. and others roup* npwpi npsnp DV Is 2 2 5 (v. npwp sub Din);' nswi iinaini nnSDV 3 7 3 =2Ki 9 3 ; on the other hand 'v 112H DV Is 58 s a day of accepta- bleness to «■; pi. sq. subst.l , 3?' 'P^ Lv 25 50 (H) the days of an hireling; (03^0) ^ LV8 33 Nu6 13 ; sq. rel. cl. , ? r n^'~f'N tiff 13 W^"^ Di'n TON '131 ^BN Je 20 14 cf. Jb 3 3 ; also + 1 1 8 24 (v. i). g. particular days defined by n.pr.loc. : •' x J?ir. EV Ho 2 2 i. e. of judgment, with implied restoration; v. also Is 9 3 Ez 30 9 ; ny3?n >p> Ho 9 9 io 9 , i. e. of the outrage at Gibeah (Ju ic,^"); D^BhT DV ^i37 7 i.e. of Jerusalem's calamity, cf. JeSo 2731 . h. c. sf., thy, his, or their day, in sense of (1) day of disaster or death : tipv N3 Je 50 31 thy day has come; npj &V IDV'iN 1 S 26 10 ; 1»V in this sense also Ez 21 30 ^37" Jb 18 20 ; t«3 DDV Je 50 27 Ez 2 1 34 . i. specif, a holy day : DV n3t$»n tlie sabbath day (v. also JIBB*), Ex 20 811 (E) = bt5 ,215 ,Ex 3 i 15 35 3 + ;= , fir? B?P Is 5 8 13 ; repetition fiaB'n DV3 DilK'n DV3 Lv 24 s every sabbath day; also tO n ?? n W Lv 23 s7 25 s ; Dnss dv 23 s8 ; D^csn dv Nu 28 s6 ; «an DV ^8i 4 ; yiS'P DV H07 5 ; also of false gods, ♦£ D^ysn 2".'