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bread for one day ; tO) in« Bi'jj tfb rDN^tsn B^e>? Ezno"; distrib. plir. N'BO Bi>^> 1TOI tcfe'j Bi>j? in* Nu 7" (P), Jb 21 s0 ™; cf. Bi>^> Mai i»; DlV against, i.e. in expectation of Ex 19 11 , so SfJJ trt'J) Jb 3 8» Pr 21 3 '; «pp M$ alm.= w ««  Zp 3 s ; D^ ^D> Is 4 8' 6e/br« to-rfay; late phr. are tBW? D'Djij 2 Ch ai u =tn tf*e course of time; D^j B>»;J5 Dn8 26 a< (the end of) many rfay«; Bi»p =/ or every day, da%, tEx 29 s6 - 38 Nu 7 "" 2 8 324 1 Ch 26 1717 Je 3 7 21 Ez 4 10 4 3 25 45 23 23 46' 3 ; Di*b in exclam. ^ Pin Ez 30 2 afas /or tfte day/ '•J nnN Jo r». j. c. ftp : Di>» ^nce ilAe day (time) of (or Wten), Ex 10 6 Lv 23 15 Dt 9" 1 S 7 2 etc.; PVTS Bi>D Ex 1 2 15 from the first day (on on. of art. v. Dr 5209a) ); B , t3BB'n , D' , D 2 K 23**, etc.; Di'O =from to-day, from this day forth Is 43" Ez 4s 35 ; nbyoj (Win Bi>HD 1 S16 13 30 s * from that day forward; so n$6ni Tip '>no

S 18 9 ; n^oj njn Dvn-ft? H g 2™ from this 

day onward (v. Add. on p. 75 1 b ); ACT DfrrTTJJ Gn 41™ until now; tPSl DW«/Je r TOa „ y rf ayg Jos 2 3 ' Ez 3 8 8 ; m%Q after a time Ju 1 1 * 1 4 8 1 5 1 ; but usu. * nK>, v. YZ} Q:»*» H06 2 after two dayas—MQPq BW? v. e (4) supr. tk. c. ft?i> (v. j> ad fin): W Bi»n |pf> Dt 4 32 9 7 2 S 7 11 Je 7 25 32 31 Hg2 18 ; twice sq. inf. appos. Ex 9 18 2S19 26 (cf. also 2Ch8 16 ; v. Dr Sn, - 45190 - obs ); W? : ff|$ '^ 2 K 19 25 since days ofold=long ago, cf. Mai 3 7 since </ie days of your fathers.f . DV(n) ny , <w nnsn Bi< iy E x 12 18 until tfc 2is< day, Lvi9 6 +; iniD Bi'~iy Ju 13 7 1 S 15 36 2 S 6 23 + , etc., v. also (sq. inf.) c supr.; Bi»n~iy until to-day, denoting esp. permanence of a name or situation, or of result of an event, tGn i9 3738 (J), 35 20 (E), 2 K io 27 Ez20 31 t; more often njn Di>n-ny W7l <i7 ^ ^ ay Gn 2633 ^ 3233 (P or It), 47 26 (J), 48 15 (E), Ex io 6 Nu 22" PHV Jos 4 9 s 9 6 2 (both J), Dt 2 a 3 14 1 o 8 1 1« 2 9 34' 7 «.» 8M9 » I3 n 14 " I5 « l6 i.( allJE)> 22 3" (D)) v 17 JP), 2 3 8 - 9 (D), Ju i 21 - 26 6 24 io 4 1 5 19 18 12 ig 30 I2 2 27 6 2 9 S - 6 - 8 3 25 2S4 3 6 8 =lCh i S5 5 6 18 8 8 i2 2 13", 2S7 6 =iChi7 5 ,2Si8 ,8 +oft.;D : ,>riDi , y-iy nn f Jos io 27 (JE), Ez 2 s (cf. Lv 23 14 H) • ' "ly Ninn D->n f Ju 1 8 1 Ne8 17 . m. once 3iO Bi^y 1 S 25* upon a good day, i.e. a day of social cheer- fulness, feasting, rejoicing (c. rare b}) temp. cf. Dr; aiD Di 1 - also Est 8 17 9 1922 , v. 310 adj.) GOV subst. and adv. daytime, by day (cf. Aram. KDD', JoiLaLi' day (as opp. to night); % BDJ 6y day; "perh. Ph. DO' (in dates, before num.), CIS 1 - 1 - 101 '"" ■""«»; so No ZDMG 1886, 731 . „„ M i a.. n - ,

on B_, v. sub Bjn) — 1. subst.

daytime (rare) Je 15 9 DDV *njn while it is yet daytime, 3 3 *"> rW« BW nvn ^b daytime and night, v 25 rfov "> 'rina (frd. Bt as v 20 '); Ez3o ,6 ClDi' nx foes of daytime, i.e. coming by day (cf. Je 15 8 ; but text appar. defective, v. © Sm); once (late) D0V3 (cf. X QD-a t S 25 16 Jb 5 14 ), Ne 9 19 (varied from Ex 13 s1 Dt i 33 DDV).— Nu 9 21 tlie sense required is (during) a day and a night; rd. prob. oft 2. adv. in tlie day- time, by day, Nu io 34 Jb 24 16 (but v. Q^n^ I s 4" Ezi2 347 ; mostly c. ?M, and then oft. poet.= continually : so HTJI DOli Ex 13 21 Jos i'iK 8 M fi* 3 2 4 + , 0^1 H^ + Dt 28 06 Is 34 19 Je i 4 17 , in parallel clauses (esp. in poetry) 2 S 21' Is 21 8 Je 3 i 35 ^22 3 42 9 9i 5 i2i 6 +. ^itfbyday yields a lame sense : either add i"6£j (© Del Gr Ch), or rd. Q' B* (Di» Bi 11 ) Lag^ , - Tps *"' Gr - Ed - sp«. 13 Now I. jV (voffoll.; meaning unknown). t]^ n.[m. j mire ;— abs. RJH D'DD ^, 4 o 3 ; cstr. n^SD fin ifiyao 69 s . II. |V ( v of foil., mng. unknown ; nji» a cc. to Lag *-"■ «** 7 - »>«•«• »=! Pers. tmn^, but im- prob.; Sta 5269a conject. T%t> to be fr. .13N mourn, so DF" 57 ). ti. nji -1 n.f. dove (NH id.; Aram, id., k'al) — abs. Hji' Gn 8 8 + 20 1.; cstr. IUi< ^ 56 1 ; sf. "nji^ Ct 2 14 + 2 t.; pi. B^i' Na 2 8 + 6 t. ; cstr! ^V Ez 7 16 (v. infr.);— dove Gn 8 8 - 910 " 12 (all J); oft. of offerings, nji'-J3 Lv 1 2 6 (P ; an individual of the species; ||"in); BW(n) *ja (||Bnh) i» 5 7 " 12 8 14 2230 I5 14 - 29 Nu 6 10 (all P); B^i' nn dove's dung 2 K 6 K (Kt, yet v. Gei Drachr " tio8 ); in various similes : Ephr. is nnis nJi'S like a silly dove Ho 7 11 (allowing itself to be snared); sim. of return of exiles, like eager flight of doves 1 1", of ships with white outspread sails Is 60 8 ; nji>3 "OK ^ 55 7 ; v . a i so juV 'BJ3 68 14 ; sim. of fugitive Moab Je48 28 ; also Tli'^an »Jta Ez7 16 ^t'^e </te rfotes 0/ </te valleys (but on txt. v. Co, who emends tS*lT B'JV3, but regards phr. as gloss); sim. of mourning B^i* pips Na2 8 - with- out Hp, B'Jra run Is 38 14 59" (from mournful note); fig. of beauty (only Ct): OKfi !pj»J ^,ie eyes are (those of) doves Ct i 15 4 1 , v. also v 12 ; term of endearment, •'nil* my dove Ct 2" 5 2 6 9 . Elsewh. only ^ 56 1 (title) B^phn D^X rui' (^>y) prob. name of melody: To ' <A« rfore of distant id