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rrcy 420 ~W io 9 ; in gen. consult, take counsel, abs. Pr 13' ; VW£ + 7 i'» Ne6 7 Is45 sl ; sq. HIT 3^ (with heart together) yjr 83 s nearly ■=■ determine,, sq. inf. 2 Ch 30 23 . t Hithp. Impf. »JW y, 83* conspire against, sq. ^ (||^> "liD IDnjp). tn^y n.f. counsel, advice (=nxy£)) — 'y Ju T 20 7 +28 t.; cstr. nSJJ Is 5 u + 33 t.; sf. Vgft Pr 1^ + 5 t. ( + Is 46 11 Qr; Kt WXy better); invy ,/, 20 5 73 s4 ; taxy Ho io 6 + 7 t. (incl. Is 46 10 Kt v. supr.); Dnxy Je I8 23 4- 4 t.; pi. niX? Dt 3 2 ffl +2t.; ^jTISJ! Is 4 f*;— counsel, advice 2Si5 s,S4 16 2323 17 »■"■"•» iKi2 813M = 2 Ch io 81314 , 2 Ch 22 s 25 16 Ezr 10 s (where id. "ilK 'V Eeuss Ry), v 8 Jb 29 21 ; political consultation Is 47 13 ; as ace. cogn. 2 S 17 7 I K i ls Is 8 ]0 Ez 11 2 (jn-riVJ?, || JIN); c. 13H give counsel Ju 20 7 2 S i6 M ; 'V N'an is 16 3 ; 'y nbj> 3o ] ; T3?3 nixy n^x f i 3 3 ;= design, purpose Ezr 4* Ne 4° 1 Ch 1 2 20 (Baer), f 14 6 20 5 Je 18 23 (sq. ^5? = against), 49 30 (||n3B>riD); D>irnsy : ^ 33 10 ; suitable counsel for war (=generalship) 2K i8 20 =Is 36* (cf. Pr 20 18 infr.); also t&V nxg Zc 6" counsel of peace; practical wisdom, sagacity Is 19 3 , cf. v' Je 19 7 Dt 32 s8 (|| flJO"!), Ho io 6 . Esp. in WisdLt and proph.; counsel=^good counsel, wisdom Jb38 2 42' Pr 1 2 15 20 5 (its seat ^tT^a); || n;e*m p r 8" Is 28* 1 (of '») ; || neon j e 49 7 ; II neon and njnap Jb 12 13 Pr 21 30 ; II'idid i 9 s » ; || nibnn 2 o 18 (cf. Is 3 6 6 supr.); D^na? 'y Jb 5 "; mra'T'y nn isn 2 (||nr:» nosn ■*»)• &, a rty counsel CS3 'y p r 27'; counsel of wisdom, when wisdom is personif. Pr i 25 - 30 (|| nrDlPl); i n bad sense D'yeh 'y Jb io 3 21" 22" i/r i 1 , cf. Jb 18 7 f 106 43 Is 29 15 ; of plan of '♦; '1 'y ^ 33" Pr 19 21 Is 1 9 17 1 4 26 (nx*.yn 'yn), 25 1 46» B ; btrto* irnp 'y 5"; also Mi 4" Je 32 19 (nxyri hs), 49 20 50" V' 106 13 ; jivJ? 'y ^ 107 11 ; instruction, guiding wisdom of '« ^73 24 ; inxyT^N i.e. counsellor of* Is 40"; in fig. f|? ^ N irn 9 u = my coun- sellors, said of testimonies of God ;=]>rop}ie.cy, rsubo 'y is 44 s6 (|| tioj ■«*) ; d'?j:?o 'y i3t«n Ez 7 M (cf. 1 K 12 8 ; || f'irn, m'in), rjsno j e 18 18 (|p^, rnta). T[n!!y'iEj n.f. counsel, plan, principle, device ;— pi. abs. rfjfgb Pr 2 2 20 (|| nffj) in good sense ; in bad sense nixyiD J e 7 24 (|| Da!> nrne> jnri); Drrnixyb Ho n 6 f 5"; Dnviixyjo ^8i 13 ; orrnxyb p r i* 1 ; Driixyb Mi 6' 6 . npsr, rtipyi v. sub apy. IE?: v. m. I. »>n (v^of foil.; Ar.^cj is 6« rugged, of mountain, etc., be difficult ; ]&. rough or difficult place, mountain). < fi. ">3£ n.m. s^ 8 wood, forest, thicket (MI 21 pi. pjpn (=n.pr.loc.?); Ph.njr and T, cf. DHM in MV™ 983 ; Aram. *$!, JUJ wood, (Atafcrty As. drw D1 BWB230 , cf. Jager BA81 ' 476 )— abs.iy: is 7 2 +; y% Mi 3 > 2 +; c. n loo. irgg Jos 17 15 ; cstr. ij?: 2S 18 6 ; iTiy? Je 4 6 iB , etc.; pi. nH% Ezr 2 S5 +4 t. (incl. Ez 34 26 Qr, so Co); nhy^ 1^29'; — a. wood, forest, wooded height, with trees to be felled Jos 17 15 (c. rbv go up to), v 18 (J), Dt 19 5 (not elsewhere Hex); in-13 nyn? yy. Je io 13 as wood out of a forest he liath cut it ; D'ly'rriD 13DIT Ez 39 10 (mfc-n-JD D'Sy in || el.) ; as producing trees Q1V. Q™ "W Ec 2 6 ; in designation of Solomon's palace fi^n iy: n*J 1 K 7 2 (on structure of this house v. Sta 6 * lomo,B " ,,,!n ' ZAW1883 - M ), io 17 - 21 =2 Ch 9 16M ; of.T^J0 n*f Is 22 8 ; fig. of foes to be cut down and destroyed ^aap sj@3 iyn Isio 34 ; FTjp in-13 Je46 23 ; so IS32 19 and nisan ny Zc 1 i 2 (rd. Kt iWan inaccessible forest). b. as hiding-place for fugitive 1 S22 6 ; lurking- place of wild beasts Am 3 4 Mi 5 7 2 K 2 24 Je 5 s 1 2 8 Is 56" f 50 10 80 14 104 20 , cf. Ez 34 25 (rd. Qr, v. supr.) c. stripped by voice of ** yjr 29'; de- voured by fire Is 9 17 ("n 'aap ; fig. of the people); so in metaph. or sim. of V| judgments Is io 18 (iny: liaa, fig.of Assyr.), Je2i 14 Ez2i 23 (v.infr.) yjf 83 16 . d. opp. ?Cna. (garden-land)Is2g" 32*; but also i?p-}3 1R At's garden woodland 2 K 19 s8 =Is 3 7 24 , and ^on? Tjina. iy: Mi 7 14 (secluded and fertile abode for flock, fig. of people, v. Che; Hi-St thinks of sacred grove). e. = thicket, esp. as symbol of desolation Ho 2 14 ; "IV nioa thicket-covered heights (overgrown with bushes andtrees)Mi3 12 =Je26 18 ; also 33J» "iyja I S 2i 1! in the thicket (or bushes, so VB) in Arabia must ye lodge, caravans of Dedanites. f. "W") *"5? trees of the forest Is 7 2 (in sim.), io 19 (??. "IN^ hp., fig.), 44 14 Ez 15 2 , also v 6 (">Vn YH), Ct'2 3 (in sim.); fig., as singing before V' 96 l2 = 1 Ch 16 s1 , Is 44 s3 (ia YT^) IV). g. particular forests are : DnsN ny< 2 S 18 6 , see D^BK p. 68 supr.; cf. v 18 - 17 (v. also J0S17 1618 ); nnn ny: z s 22 5 (v. supr.); fiJaJ) "iy: (v.. supr.); 3JJ .TIB'n iy^ and ffin iy: Ez 21 23 (v. supr.) fig! 'of Judah