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ma-. poured out 3 fl3fU 2 Ch 12 7 34 2125 Je 7 20 ; n=n? ^y 42 1818 44"; B*«3 fttljU Na i"; '< ;;our« ft om< 7% W? ^ 79 «; !>y ?|BB> Is 42* Je 10 s5 Ez 7 s 9 8 14 19 i6 38 (acc. to Co's conject.), 20 s13 - 21 22 22 3o' 5 3 6 18 ; W3 -IBS' La 2 4 ; naiBB* non Ez 20 3 " 4 ; 3 'R D^n 6n'n<7 tfo res< (i.e. satisfy) one's fury upon Ez 5" 16" 24 13 ; 'n rf?3 La 4"; + 3 Ez 5 13 / have accomplished my fury upon tliem (in their case), 6 12 1 3 15 .] ■flOH^ v. sub iv. ion. "VSIT v. sub non.

  • 1lP (v^of foil.; orig.mng. unknown; NH

Aram. ^rv adj. as Heb.; Syr. Aph. &L( discal- cealus fuit ; cf. perh. Ar. ^L (transp.) walk barefoot, also become chafed, of foot or hoof).

  • F|rP adj. barefoot, alw. abs. *|nj Is 20 2

+ 4 1.;— trn Dhy -fin i s 20 2 faj firp lj>y? lj»l in preceding cl.), v 3 ; H** I** 1 2 S 15 30 ; I"! *?J Is20 3 ; appar. = subst., WT> 1bp_ *flp Je 2 K withhold thy foot from bareness (Syr. (.a-loL discalceatio). Vsrarr, blfSfT?, "^WSIT v. sub nvn. im"(l) Kt 2 S 20 6 (Qr tni>i), v. inx supr. p. 29 b and Dr Sm . luM (-vA>f foil.; meaning unknown; deriv. common in NH and. Aram.) ttorPn.[m.] genealogy (NH DO!, BW, Aram. MIT) — b>rvn ">BDNe 7 5 &00& of genealogy. T [ton^ri'7] vb.Hitb.p.denom. enrol one- self or be enrolled by genealogy (NH oft. in Pi. (also Hithp.), Aram. Pa. (Ithpa.)) — Pf. 3 mpl. IBWli-l iChs" g 1 ; Inf. cstr.Wrmn 5' +

1.; sf. Di?>nTin 1 Ch4 33 + 7 1.; Pt. pi. D^non 

Ezr 2 62 Ne 7"; — 6e enrolled by genealogy 1 Ch 5 17 9 1 Ne 7 5 ; perh. also "Tir6 2 Ch i2 15 (tr. to u 18 ace. to Hi Be, v. VB) ; TTtisb "-nnb tb) 1 Ch 5 1 but he is not to be enrolled in the place of first- born; sq. 3 (among, of, consisting in) 7 40 , with- out!' 7 7 Ezr8 1 ; CJqbn ">nn 2CI131 17 ; Inf.= genealogical enrolment 1 Ch 4 33 these were their dwellings and they had (0?) genealogical en- rolment, cf. 7 09 ; ipna g 7 at the enrolment of (?) their generations; hiwrrm Drnxra TOil 1 Ch 9 22 as for tliem, in their villages was their enrol- ment; nearly = genealogical list 2 Ch 31 16 (D , "!3P; i.e. the males whose names were in the list), so Ezr8 3 , cf. 2 Ch 3 1 ,819 (all sq. 3 among, of); Pt. pi. c. art. D^qTien D3H3 «?p3 Ezr 2 62 =Ne 7 64 they sought tlieir writing (their book), namely tlie enrolled,!. e. their genealogical record. < TXV_ v. sub nnn. tpO ] vb. be good, well, glad, pleasing (Aram. 3C); Zinj, 3U' DHM*"" 5 '")- Qal (Pf. not in use, v. 310 vb.) Impf. 30'? Gn 1 2 13 + 34 1., 30? 1 S 2 4 s + 3 1. ; 3D"n Est 2 4 + 2 t. ; 'SO'n (in- correct for yqPtS Ges !70R ) Na 3 8 ; pi. 130" Gn 34 18 ; for Inf. and Pt. v. 310. — 1. be glad, joy- ful, 3$ Ju 1 8 20 19 6 9 1 K 2 1 7 Ru 3 7 Ec 7 s . 2. 6e well placed, flD* N3D "SOW! Na 3 s art thou better placed than No ofAmon 1 3. impers. c. ?, be well for or with, go well with Gn 1 2 13 (J), 4o I4 (E), Dt4 40 5 l6M 6 318 12 26 ? 8 2 2 7 2 K 25 24 Ru 3 ' Je 7 23 38 20 40 9 42". 4. be pleasing Tl? Gn 34 18 (J), 4i 37 45 16 (E), Dt i^Lvio 19 - 20 Jos 22 s0 - 33 (P), 1 S 18 5 24 s 2 S 3 M 18 4 1 K 3 10 Est i 21 2 44 - 9 ; c. ?, be pleasing to, if/ 69 s2 ; c. N!?? (late) Ne2 56 Est 5 14 . Hiph. Pf. 3<EPn Gn 12" Jos 24 20 ; 3^n 1S25 31 ; sf. 13?/n Dt30 5 ; ns^n Jei 12 ; J?3BVJ RU3 10 , etc.; "fl30ni Ez 36" (for , n30 ,| n as if from 31D Ges' 70 ^;' /mp/. 3*1" Nu io 32 + 3 t.; 3B". Pr i5 13 + 2 t. ; 3^J Jb2 4 21 (Ges» TOB ); 3%P 1 K i 47 (Ges iTOE ); 3B»i Ex i 20 ; sf. IfW Ecu 9 , etc.; Imv. rm?71 ^51™; Wil Iszf, etc.; /w/ a&s. 3-^0 J e 7 s io 5 ; 30V1 Gn 3 2 13 + iot.; Inf.cstr.y&nLvtf+i t.; 3'Bn Je32 41 ; sf. rn'tyn J e 32 40 , etc.; Pt. TB-D 1 S 16 17 ; 3^DD •^ 1 1 9 s8 ; 3BO Ez 33 32 , etc.; — 1. wafe glad, re- joice 3? Ju 19 22 ; D'JB Pr 15 13 ; the person Ec u 9 . 2. do good to, deal well with, a person, usu. c. prep.: c. ?, Ex i 20 Jos 2 4 s0 (both E), Gn i2 16 Nuio 29 - 32 (allJ),Jui7 13 iS25 31 V'49 19 i25 4 ; c. W, Gn 32 10 -' 313 Nu io 32 (all J), Mi 2 7 ; c. ace. Dt8 16 28 63 3 o 5 iS2 32 Jei8 10 32 40 - 41 Zc8 16 Jb24 !l jf 51 20 ; abs. Ez 36"; opp. jnn (in prov. phr., cannot do good or ill, = cannot do anything at all; test of deity) Zp i 12 Is 41 23 Je io 3. do well or thoroughly : Wl n3>N(i>3) CBQ <A«?/ Aaue dorse weZ 7 , (all) </(a< <Aey have spoken Dt5 25 18 17 ; S'B'ni) n^BS jnn ^ ^lf their hands are upon the evil to do it well, i.e. diligently, thoroughly, lit. make (it) good, with play on jnrij esp. as auxil. sq. inf. ; nyi 'DTI Pri5 2 = know well; TVii~v? Je i 12 8ee well; IQQ) play well, skilfully 1 S 16 17 Is 23 16 Ez 33 s2 ; cf. pt. cstr. sq. subst. *iyv '3BD Pr 30 29 marching well,