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Nsno (from ark, no ja) Gn 8 I7 (P); for sacrifice, to a place Nu 19*. 4. inanimate obj.: a,, carry or bring out (with and without JO) Ex 1 2 39 (E) Am 6 10 2 S i2 30 = 1 Ch 20 s , 2 K io 26 2 3 4 - 6 24" 1 Cb.9 28 2 Ch 29 61816 34" Je 8 l 1 7 s2 50 25 (subj/'), Ez 1 2*' (in v 6 - 8 - 7 " 12 read Qal, of. v 4b , so Co), also 24 s (Co 24 10 ); obj. rtflfon J3Kn Zc4 7 ; Lv 26 10 (H), Ezr I 7 8 . b. take or draw out (from one's person or luggage) Gn 24 s3 (J) ; draw out hand 1'rom one's bosom Ex 4 M ( J), cf. Ru 2 18 (food from dne's cupboard). c.-=draw iTiyna ^"in Ez 2 1 810 (subj. ). d. bring out to a place Dt 28 s9 Lv 4 13 -' 1 6* 1 4 46 1 6 27 Ez 46 20 , cf. Dt 1 4 s8 . e. bring out to (or for) a person Gn i4 18 Ju 6 19 cf. v 18 , 1 K 1 7 " 2 K 1 o 22 ' 22 . f . bring out from ([«?) a place to people Nu 1 7 1 " (P). g. bring out in payment, pay (money, tribute, etc.) 2 K 1 2 12 1 5 20 (by eb in behalf of : or put it forth, imposed it, on Israel). h. bring forth (=cause to rise or appear) the heavenly bodies Is 40 26 Jb 38 s2 ; see also "liK NX* nabyni 28 11 and hidden things lie (the miner) bringeth forth to light. i. bring forth by miracle : Moses, water out of rock Nu 2O 810 (JE); id. Dt 8 15 Ne 9 15 f 78 16 . j. = produce, generate, bring into being : of magicians trying to produce lice Ex8 14 (P); a smith producing weapon Is 54 16 ; see the threefold N'»n Pr 30 s3 - 33 - 33 ; of' causing 0r6 to proceed out of (|D) earth •</<• 104 14 ; elsewhere of earth as producing Gn I 12 - 24 (both P), Is 61 11 Hg 1"; of Aaron's rod bringing forth blossoms Nu 17 23 (P). k. bring forth words (out of mouth, etc.), i.e. speak Jb8 10 15 3 Pr io 18 29" Ne6 19 Is48 20 (||Tjn, JftD^Pl); abs. EcS 1 ; oipub- lishing a report SJ OB' IT^'Vl Dt2 2 14 (||a i ? D2> onyj rib'by), c f.v* 9 ; (rqp) px? US 1 ! 'Ml N1113 32

4 37 ; 'so 1 4 36 (n?? - ^ "F 5 !)- ' 5. fig. , subj .  

bring forth from (fa) Bel's mouth what he has swallowed Je 5 44 ; wind, out of treasuries io 13 5 1 ' 6 V' !35 7 ; fire, out of Tyre Ez 28 18 ; curse, over the land Zc 5"; of Jeremiah, "IJg K'Xin DK b.bifl? Je 15" if thou bring forth the precious from (Gie without) the base, i.e. if thou free that which is pure in thee from base admixture (Gf; Gie if thou produce the noble without the base); bring forth, i.e. exhibit, righteousness (innocence Che) ^ 37 s Je5i 10 (cf.Qal 1 f end); niobs 1it6 NX*! Jb 12 22 , cf. Hi 7 9 ; subj. servant of', of publishing EBipa (i.e. religion) to the world Is 42 13 . tHoph. Pf. 3 fs. HXVin Ez 3 8 8 (del. Co); l't. fs. nK!na Gn 3 8 2S ; m.pl. D'tWD Ez 14 22 47 s (but v. infr.); f.pl. fitona Je 38^;— be brought forth Gn 38 s5 (J ; of Tamar) ; of women as captives Je 38 s2 ; remnant out of Jerusalem Ez 14 s2 MT (but id. Hiph., v. supr.); exiles, from among the peoples 38 s (om. <S Co) ; of waters, D'NS^n flBVrbN Ez 47 s which are caused to flow into the sea (but <3 Co D'XWnn DVSrrbX into the sour (bitter, salt) waters, see Field VB). t [fc^ST] adj. coming forth ; only c. and sf., 1'y» MmtVl 2 Ch 32 21 Kt (WP Qr), and some of those who came forth from his loins (raa in || is 37 s8 ). t[«S«S] n.m. Jb27I4 only pi, issue, off- spring, produce (Xo 2 * 8 ""-™ comps. ^aL origin, root, stock) — 1. offspring of men, abs. nivasn] D'KXNVn L522 24 ; elsewhere only Is 23 and Job : cstr.' TS"? 'trow I s 48 19 (|| "^JTIT) ; sf.

  • Bg Jb 31 8 . WW® 5" (HTO). & 44 3 ' ( II id.);

'tOTKX Jb 27 14 (II VJ3); D.TXSXX 21 8 (|| Dyi]), Is 6 1 9 (II id.), 65 s3 . 2. produce of earth, sf. ?g?£r' , ?l ^39 IS34 1 ; '*! H?7 42 5 - f 1. N2i>2 n.m. Ho63 place or act of going forth, issue, export, source, spring ; — abs. 'a Jb 2 8 1 ^75 7 ; cstr/oNu30 13 +9t.; tttBJb 3 8 27 Dn 9 25 ; sf. Igjffe) 2 S f ; itttB Ho 6 3 ; itWia ,/, 1 9 7 ; ■pi. cstr. 'SSto Is 4 i 18 + 5 t.; sf. l'NSto Ez 43"; Dn'tTOB Nu 33 22 ; ffVKJriO Ez 42";— 1. a going forth: a. the act, of ' Ho 6 3 ; of thesun=rt.sm<7 V' 19 7 (v. NV If); of a man 2 S f (opp. K13B Kt); "en 'O Dn 9 s5 gwragr forth of a command. b. concrete, nbia 'tTOB Ez 1 2 4 goings forth of exile, i.e. those going forth into exile (in sim.). C. way out, exit : concrete, of chambers in temple Ez 42 11 43" (opp. VK31B) ; BHpan 'tTOB Ez 44 5 (opp. n^3n 8138). 2. </«*< i/feA gro#«  forth: a. utterance of mouth or lips (esp. of solemn or formal speech), A "'B tTOB Dt 8 s ; 'a V$? J e 17" ^89*; soDt23 M Nu3o 13 (P). b. export of horses 1 Kio 2 *=2Ch i' 8 . Z. place of going forth : a. source or spring of water 2 K 2 21 Is 58 11 (in sim.), + 107 33 (|| IttTO), r* (||D'n-D:^)=is4i 18 (||iV 7 .); fVbyn jirn 'B'a tTOa

Ch 32 30 . b. p/ace of departure of Israel on 

march Nu33" 2 (P). c. XpD=eost (place of sun's going forth) 1// 75 7 (opp. 2"iy»); zeugmati- cally, 65 s 3-iyi 1j?3 'tTOa i. e . <fce ea s< aW the west (cf. zAe <wo Orients, Qor43 37 ). d. place whence silver coines=win« Jb 28 1 ; rTOXnpl X&l NXta 38 27 and to cause the growing-place (others, the growth) of young grass to sprout.