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& [Dfc^] vb. Im 2 >f. t^S Gn 5o M , and so 24 s3 Kt, v. DlL", D't?. /fcOfctT n.pp., and deriv., v. sub I. mb*. ^7N">to , n.pr.m. a son of Asaph I Ch. 25" = nb$-m : (q.v.) v 2 (etym. dubious). tl2ECP (so always MT, Qr perpet.; Ben Napht -oW Baer Qni,Mf ) n.pr.m. Issachar (etym. and rang. dub. ; MT as if Niph. Impf. vCfe> ; Kt =" , 3B' t?1 there is recompense (cf. Gn 30 18 ), so Thes al.J this the true etym. ace. to 01 » ■« ; mt Ko '• 120 v. 13"?' & Je 3 1 ,6 2 Ch 1 5 7 ; = B*X "^K/ (a more prob. combination in n.pr.) We amK ; >-OB« (MT), or "13C> XB*; ® Wa^p, see esp. Gn 30 18 l<rcraap, o (<ttiv fua06s — 1. fifth son of Jacob and Leah (appar. ninth son of Jacob) Gn3o' 8 35 s3 46 13 49" Ex i 3 Nu i 8 ; 10* ^ Nui 28 2 5 26 2:l Josi9 1? iCh7 1 i2 3:, (v 3!! vand.H.)'; 'fc* ninEE^? Nu 26 25 1 Ch 7 5 ; 'w iron Nu i 29 2 6 13 7 J0S2I 6 - 28 1 Ch6 4767 ; V *13 nt3» Nuio 15 34 s6 Jos 19 23 ; 1f«ff|iK 15"; hence V alone= tribe of Issachar, Nu 7 18 Dt 27 12 33 18 Jos 19 17 Ju5 1515 io 1 Ez 4 8 33 ('b"' 1J?B*), 1 Ch 27 18 2 Ch 3 o 18 ; =. territory of the tribe Jos if 10 - 11 1 K4 17 1 Ch 1 2 41 (v 40 van d. H.); transit, fr. tribe to territory Ez 4 8 25 - 26 . 2. 7thsonofObed-Edom iCh 2 6 5 . §P subst. being, substance, existence / '■ 1S ' ■ ■ (on etym. v. 2)— £"• Gn 1 8 24 etc. ; -»J 3 i 29 + oft. ; ^.L| 2 4 23 + 18 t. (so W2S i 4 I9 t, PXn Mic 6 10 t, v. p. 78), with sf. I^J v 42 +2 t. ; D3f.1 v 49 t; OJ^Sj Dt i3 4 t; iX5»'(bl !971> Sta S370b j 29 14 r S 14 39 (+ v 41 @ We Dp), 23 s3 Est 3 8 t;— 1. sub- stance, only Pr 8 21 6* '3HX l><ran|> to cause them that love me to inherit substance (so Sir 42 s ). 2. elsewhere (prop, as a subst. in the st. c), it asserts existence, and so corresponds to the verb substantive, is (are, was, were, will be), lit. the being, presence of . . . (so BA 'HX; Aram. xrVX, rVX, fcJ/ [whence |ufc^./ (self-)exis«en«, )Lo^J/ essence, substance], with X? contr. IV?, TV.?, fcJX j Mand. nv, JVy, TV'Vlb ; Ar. [with irreg. ^.j yll) (inflected as a verb, oJLl), ,etc; W 40Ltiall " ! )wMi( L pJ is known only in two proverbial sayings, as a secondary form, Yl K,Sch ' Alie <); As. iSA, be, have D1 HWB31(> ; with affix 1 s. la-a i-sa-a-ku, I have not, TP i - B ": On this word, see esp. No"* 213 , who ex- emplifies its different constructions in Semitic, and shews how it tends to pass into a verb ; — (1) in BAram. Syr. Bab. X, with possessive sf.; (2) in later Pal. diall., Jer. $, Jer. Talm., sts. also in Bab. % and Syr., with independent pers. pron. (as NJN fA, X1H T"b); (3) in Mand. Bab. Talm., sometimes in Syr. and Ar., and in Heb. fo?, with object, (verbal) sf.; (4) in Ar., as a true verb. In Eth. P: lit. thfrein, Germ, es gibt, is similar in use (Di er -' leu ), though not of course in origin. In Heb. the corresponding neg.is |'$, q.v., the construction of which isquite similar) — is, are, was, were, etc., not, however, as a mere copula, but implying existence with emph. (hence in Engl, to be often represented by the subst. verb in italics) : a. with a pred. following, Gn 28" ntn D1pD3 * E» J3X surely Y. is (emph.) in this place ! 44 s6 OSm IVnX E* DX; Ex 1 7 7 pX DX W3-)i?3 ni,T B»n, Nu 2 2 m 3-in w ib •"Va Oh that there were a sword in my hand ! Dt 13 4 D?qx D3^n whether you do love, 29 17 E»X D33 & |a, v 18 i S 9" '■ and they said, Is the seer here ? and they said B* He is, 20 8 23 s3 Je 27 18 . Alone, in answer to a question (asked with B*), He (it) is: ti S 9" 2 K io u Je 37 17 . But Je 2 3 26 (where E" has no subst. or sf.) text must be corrupt : cf. Gie. b. absolutely, there is (es gibt, il y a), Gn 18 24 D'p'IY D^On E" i'lX "Vy3 perhaps there are fifty righteous in the city,

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'XD3 that there was corn in Egypt, Ju 4 20 E"n B"X m, 2 S 9 1 2 K 5 8 he shall know that there is (emph.) a prophet in Israel, Ru 3 12 there is a kinsman nearer than I, ^ 58 12 surely there are gods judging on the earth: so in aphorisms, asserting the existence of a partic. character, quality, etc., Pr 1 1 24 my epunTBD E", I2 18 i3 723 14 12 i6 2S 18 24 2o' 5 Ec 2 21 4 8 5 13 6 1 " 7' 515 8 141414 io 5 . In questions, or protestations, & often implies a doubt whether what is asked about is to be found or exists: 1 K ^'"Jes 1 and see E*N B" DX if there t's(emph.)a man doing justice, etc. (cf. ty 14 2 ), 1 4 m IS44 8 OvbtX B"n is there a god beside me ? V 7* 'S33 Sy E* DX if there is iniquity in my hands ! 73 1 ' is there knowledge in the Most High 1 Jb 5 1 6 30 La 1 ' 2 . c. special phrases : — (a) after DK and a ptcp., where an abiding intention is to be emphasized, tGn 24 42 W n^VD NJ-JB«-DN if thou art (really) pros- pering my way, v 49 43 4 Ju 6 M (cf. II. p« 2 b). (b) j> &=lias (had), esp. with prons. b B^, i? B*i; etc., Gn 33" Jl ^ / } Mve plentVf v 'u 43 7 nx Dlb BKl, 44 20 fpt 3X «i> C* 1 S I7 46 "that they may know ^XIS"^ D'H^X & <3 that Israel has (emph.) a god, 2 K 4 2 *3JT^'*h|) what hast thou? Jb 14 7 for a tree has (emph.) hope (cf. Ru i 12 ), 25 s 28 1 38 18 3X -I00b t^n : Gn 39 sis