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-w see Bo*" 03 Ew ,249d , but Thes MV Che al. Pi. Pf.); i s. sf. D1BS1 Ho io 10 (Ges 5 ™); Inf. abs. "ibj i Ch 15 22 (noun Ke, point as pt. 6t); Pt. ID* Pr 9 7 f 94 10 ; niff Je 17" Kt v. 1W ;— 1. admonish Is 8" (sq. sf. + n^v'? away from walk- ing, i. e. not to walk), Pr o 7 (|| D'pto). 2. in- struct, 1 Ch 15 22 . 3. discipline, of God Ho io 10 ^94 10 . Kiph. /to;;/ 13J? 1W Pr 29"; "»&}« Je 31 18 ; nDVI LV26 23 ; Zotb. f.'^Wn J e 6 8 ; mpl. 1~iD;n ^2 10 ;— (Niph. tolerat.,Ges >*•*), Ze< <we*«Z/ 6e corrected, admonished by words of man ^2'° Pr 29"; Ze< oneself be chastened by discipline of God Je 6 8 31 18 Lv 26 s3 . Pi. Pf.W 1K12" + 3 t.; sf. 'p-P! + 1 18 18 ; n?: la 28 s6 ; 3 f. sf. WQ£ Pr 3 1 » ; 2 m. WW ^ 39 12 Jb 4 3 , etc. + 8 t. Pf.;' ImpfB?. Dt 8°; 2 m. sf. «}»$ f 94", et«. + 5 t. Impfl; /miOS! Pn 9 18 29 17 ; sf. VW Je io 24 ; Inf. abs.^Bl f 1 1 8 18 ; cstr. TT)B: Lv 26 1 ' 8 ; sf. $$: Dt 4 36 ; P*. JQB.Ip Dt 8*;— 1. discipline, correct (the moral nature, with more or less severity ace. to circumstances) : a. of God, c. ace. Ho 7 15 (of training arms), Dt 4 s6 (v. Dr), 8 6 (Israel as son), Is 28 26 , happy the man "IBW i* 13iD"n ^94 12 , n8 1818 . b. of man.c.acc.Dt 8 5 Pr 19 18 29 17 (all of a father his son), Jb4 8 Pr 3 1 1 , ijr 16 7 my reins (the emotions of my own heart) correct, admonish me. 2. more severely, chasten, clmstise: a. of God, sq. ace. pers., Je 3 i 18 ; W-? I^JS^ + 6 2 3 8 2 ; 5]Ka bit DSt?J23 Je io 24 ; tiEEb^ 3o" = 46 28 ; by man Lv 26 1828 ; pp bv ninaim V'39 12 - *>• ° f man, a father his son Dt 21 18 ; elders a man Dt 22 18 (including, as perh. 2i 18 , bodily chastisement) ; a king his subjects D'B^a and &X3&9 1 K 1 2 1M4 = 2 Ch io 1114 . c. 'qnyT T?.D-? Je 2 19 thy badness will chastise thee. XTithp. Pf.rfJ} Ez 2 3 48 (for ViErtn? Ges» ME - 7 ); pass, be disciplined, corrected. Hiph. Impf. 1 s. sf. DTp;S(Ew 51s,c ,but error for D^ Bb^'SS), c. ace. chasten Ho 7 12 . iTiD 1 ] a.m. one who reproves, fault- finder, "n!P nB'-DV 3*lf] Jb40 2 sAaZ/ a reprover contend with Shadday 1 tlDTO n.m. rrl5M discipline (of the moral nature), chastening, correction; — 'd Je 2 30 + 31 t. (Ez 5 16 del. Co); cstr. 1DW Dt 1 1 2 + 14 1. (for Jb 1 2 28 see nDN); sf. np'» Pr 8'°; 11D1D Is "; enpb Jb 33 16 (for trjpo Di BS) ;—duci- pline, correction, of God, Dt 1 1 2 "1MD the discipline of (of Y.'s wonders, as exercising a disciplinary, educating influence upon Israel, cf. Dr);' D np^Jei7 ! '32 3S 35»Zp3 2 - 7 ;f5o 17 Jb33 1 «  36 10 ; »n©i>3 'O the correction of (i.e. which lead- eth to) my shame Jb 20 3 . b. ttn )>J? D^3n 'D the discipline of unreal gods is wood (is like them- selves, destitute of true moral force) Je io 8 ; Ez 5 16 =warnm</ example^) Ew Sm (|| nDDB>; del. © Co), c. in Proverbs, discipline in the school of wisdom : 'DI nosn i 2J 23 s3 ; 110311 'O discipline of wisdom 1 5 s3 ; bfe'n 'd i 3 ; '0 rWDMl 6 s3 ; 1J? ' B ? , " 1 ??n 2^'ap2)ly thy mind to discipline; '» bp 1 g 2 "; 'D npb i 3 8 10 2 4 32 (cf. Je supr.); T)p '■O 23 s3 ; "O JJDB 1 8 s3 19 27 ; 'D "1CB> io 17 ; 'd 3i1K 12 1 ; '03 ptnn 4 13 ; the reverse 'D SOS? 5 12 ; JPB 'D 13 19 15 32 ; 'O TO i 7 ; '0 pK3/or Zac& o/cZis- cipftwe S 23 (II ttlpIK 3n3); r6'N cbwj 'D 16 25 Z/te discipline of fools is folly ; of paternal dis- cipline, correction, Pr. I 8 4 1 13 1 . 2. more severely, chastening, chastisement : a. of God, fW '» Pr 3 11 chastening of Yahweh; *& "O Jb 51 7 ; <JTD» Is 26 16 ; ^f Wqbf 'O Is 53 6 cfowrfige- ment of (i.e. leadingto)owr peace was upon him; 'D npb Je 2 30 5 3 7 s8 ; nj=« '» J e 30 14 chastisement of a cruel one, MT, but rd. 'X 1DM3 mie 7 . a/bw- tisement, Gf and esp. Gie ; Q^b 19 »JM Ho 5 s 7 a»t a chastisement for them all. b. of man, Pr 15 6 23 13 ; 'D 'nne' 13 24 ; 'D tSSK' 2 2 16 ; ^N 'D 7 s2 chastisement of a fool ; V "ip^D 15' grievous chastisement. [iDfel v. ip«3. X? 11 v. sub nj?< ; J*3y: v. sub J»3V- ny vb. appoint (NH id., appoint, assign, esp. of acquiring or designating as wife ; Aram. id.; Ar. £cj promise, threaten, predict, in. appoint a time or place; perh. As. ac^M, decide, M-A 17 Dl HWB!al, ; Ph.n.pr.linDCN)— Qal Pfef. h^ 2 S 20 5 ; «^J Ex 2i 8 + 2 t.; /top/ 3 m.sf. ™^V" Ex 2 1 9 : — appoint, a time 2 S 20 5 ; place Je47 7 ; a rod Mi6 9 ; assign or designate as concubine Ex 2 1 99 (JE). Niph. Pf. WJ?" Ex 2S 22 ; ^T# Ex 29*; pi. , ny> f 48 s Nu io 34 ; "Vis Am'3 3 ; Impf.1%* Ex 29 42 +3 t.; 3 pi. "V;?! Jos 1 1 5 Jb 2"; 1 pi. iyu Ne 6 10 ; ffj^ v 2 ; Pfc pi tr"^3 Nu i4* + 3 t.; 0'"!^ 16 11 ';— 1. reflexive, meet at an appointed place, with* p, of Yahweh meeting Moses at the Tent of ' Meeting' Ex 29 42 - 43 30 36 (P); at the throne of the Kappo- reth 25 s2 30 6 Nui7 19 (P). 2. meet by appoint- ment Am 3 3 Jb 2 11 ; with 3 of place Ne6 2 ; ?K of place v 10 . 3. gather, assemble by appointment, kings for a campaign (abs.) Jos 1 1 6 (D), ^ 48 s ;