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Is2 4 =Mi 4 Msn 4 ai7XDyi3:6 Jbi6 21 . .14 .pa, Gn 3 i 37 (E), Jbg 33 ; 2. adjudge, appoint, c. ?, Gn 24 14 " 4 (J). 3. sliew to be right, prove, c. ace. rei and 75? pers. against Jb 1 g i ; c. 7N pers. unto Jb 1 3 15 ; so ar^we before v 3 , and (abs.) 1 5 3 . 4. convince, convict, c. ace. pers. |c 50 21 3 pers. Pr 30 6 ; c. ? pers. Jb 32. 5. reprove, chide: a. of God, c. ace. pers. Jb 2 2 4 ^50* 105 14 = iChi6 21 ; c.2obj.2Ki9 4 =Is37 4 . b. of man, abs.Ho4 4 Ez3 56 Jb6 25 - 25 Pr24 25 25 12 ; TJB& IT3in Am5 10 Is29 21 ; c.acc.pers.Gn2i 25 (E),Lvi9 1717 (H),Pr 9 8 28 23 Je2 19 ; m?** !?3iO Jb 4 o 2 ; aco.rei Jb6 26 ; c. b,Pr 9 7 - 9 i5 12 i9 25 . 6. correct, rebuke, of God, abs.Hbi 12 ; c. ace. pers. ^ 141 6 Jb i3 1010 ; B3B?3 2 S 7 14 ; happy the man whom God corrects ,Tb5 17 ; for God loves him Pr3 12 ; God is en- treated not to correct in anger ^ 6 2 38 s . Hoph. Pf 3iK3D3 fUVll he is chastened also with pain Jb33 19 . Mipb. Impf WJWJJ 6«"<0? Is i 18 come now and let us reason together; Pt. 1313 T|fJ DE> tej) Jb 2 3 7 there an upright man might reason with him ; f. (pass.) nrnil Gn 20 16 (E), but Di SS id. f!U?5l 2 fs. Pf. and thou art set right, righted, justified'. Hithp. Impf. rrailT T^j^TJ? Mi 6 2 tei</» Israel he will argue (|| DV "v 3 ,- 1). Tnn3'in n.f. rebuke, correction; — n' Of Ho 5 9 ; T/ ni nrw DV 2 K i9 3 =Is 37 8 ; pi. niroin ^i 49 7 (||nDpj). t nnjin n.f. argument, reproof ;— 'n Pr io 17 +9 1.; sf.'nnain Hb2 1 -j- 5 1. ; inroin Pr 3 11 ; p l. ninsin V38 ,5 +3 t.; cstr. rtrota p^Ez

17 ; niroft 5 15 (but latter del. Co; given by 

SS under nnato); — 1. argument, impeachment, spoken by lips andmouthi^38 15 Jb 1 3 6 23 4 Hb2 1 . 2 . reproof, chiding Pr 1 s 2 f ; || HV5J 1 253 °; || nDID 3 n 5 12 io 17 12 1 13 18 i 5 SM - 32 ; 1D1D 'n 6 23 reproofs for discipline; D'Yl'n i5 n reprocfthat givethlife; ninDin B"K 29 1 man of reproofs (who deserves them). 3. correction, rebuke V' 39 12 73 14 ; t3 5?' 'mPr2 9 15 ; non'nEz5 15 2 5 17 . D^ , /ID vb. be able, have power, T " T 19S . prevail, endure (NH id.; Aram. ? , 3^; As. akdlu, Hpt in KAT 2 GlM! '■)— Qal Pf. 73J Gn 3 2 26 + 8 t.; 7i3J 1 S 4 ,5 + 2 t.; 3 fs. rby Gn 3 6 7 Ex 2 3 ; 2 ms. n??;i Ex 18 23 ; 1 s. "0^ Gn 30 8 + 2 t.; sf. Vnbl] ^ 13 5 ; 3 pi. *b$ Gn i3 6 + 27 t. + Jos 1 5 Qr; ^ Ex 8' 4 + 2 t.; /mp/. 3 ms. 73V Gn 1 3 16 + 34 A t. ; ^ Jb 4 2 + 4 t. ; fcfcl Ho 1 2 5 ; fs.73ViAm7 10 +2t.; 2 ms.7?W Gni5 s 4- i6t; 1 s . ?3W Gn i9 19 +3ot., etc. (on these Impf. forms as irreg. Qal, v. Ges* w -'-?- s Ko 1 " 7 W 802 "; others Hoph.) ; Inf. cstr. n)b) Nu 14" Dt 9 28 ; 7n/ afcs. 713; Nu 13 20 2Ch 3 2' 3 ;' 7* Nu 22 s8 i S 26 25 ; P 8 1. (not Lv), Ez 3 1.; oft. JED Je Is 2 , not seld. SK Ch ; — 1 . be able, to do a thing, whether ability be physical, moral, constitu- tional, or dependent on external authority; usu. of man Gn I3 16 (J) + , but also of gods 2 Ch 3 2 1S15 , and of *» Nui 4 I6 (JE), Dt 9 28 Jeu m ; occasionally of inanimate things Am7 10 Gn 36 7 ( P), Ct 8 7 Ec 1 M 15 , etc. : a. usu. sq. inf. c. b ( 1 2 2 1.), Gn 31 35 I am not able to rise up; 45 1 Joseph was not able to restrain himself, v 3 48' ; Ex 7 2124 were not able to drink, 1 2 39 Jos 24" (all E); Gn 1 3 1 * if a man can number the dust, 1 9 1922 43 s2 44 M - 26 - 26 Ex 1 o 5 1 9 21 (all J ), Gn 1 5 s Ex 1 5 s3 Nu 1 1 14 (all JE)+iot. JE; Dt 7 ,7 + 10 t. D ; Gni3 8 tliey could not dwell together, 34 14 36" Ex 9" 40 34 Nu 9 6 Jos9 19 (allP); 1 B^6 W 1 K 9 2l (on || 2 Ch8 8 andtextof Jui 19 v.Bu E38 ),Am7 10 Ho 5 13 Zpi 18 Je6 10 1 1 "13 s 1 8' 1 9" + . tb. sq. inf. without f»(27t.; notP): Gn 3 7 4 Ex 2 3 1 8 1823 (all E), Gn 2 4 50 44 1 (J), Nu2 2 3738 (JE), Dt i 9 7 s2 14 24 Z2 29 Ju 8 3 Je 49 1023 Hb i 13 Is 4 6 2 47 1112 57 20 La i 14 f 18 39 36 13 78 20 Pr 30 21 Jb 4 2 33 s . 1c. c. inf. implic.,alw.neg.,Gn29 8 go and feed them ; and they said, We are not able, cannot (J), Ex 8 14 (P), Is 29" Je 20 9 yjf 2 1 12 Jon 1 13 . d. c. neg. = may not (of moral inability) : Gn 43 s2 (J) the Egyptians might not eat bread with the Hebrews ; Ju2i 18 «ie may not give them wives ; esp. D, Dt7 K 12 17 14 24 16 5 17 15 22 3 2S 2735 . t e. be able, sq. impf. : Hjg bsiN ^W Nu 2 2 6 (JE) perchance I am able (so that) we smite (v. Di ; rd. perh. 7?« for 731K Ges smib ); Vf. 173V t6 La4 14 they are unable, they touch = are unable to touch (Dr* 163 - ol ') tf. be able, sq. pf. consec, only very late, W*H] 731X Est 8 66 , lit. how shall I be able and see ? — Also in various combina- tions where English idiom would make it an auxiliary to another verb: tg. able to gain, accomplish: sq. ace. JViJ? V3V ti? Ho 8 5 how long will they be unable (to gain) innocence ? R^TV 73V1 ?3 -, 3 Jb 42 2 1 know that thou art able (to do) all things; "U"; D3ns 73V 1|J^J pS J e 38 s the king is not (one who is) able (to do) anything with (E3riS for E3n« v. Gf, i.e. against) you. tb. able to endure: ffjfp fl.K 73W « 7 Isi 13 / cannot endure iniquity and (with) a solemn assembly, ijf 1 oi ti. able toreach, sq.?,^i39 6 it is high, Hp 73W X7 / cannot (reach) to it.