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n© -1 &-& yfc b= all that he had (v 4 without 1B>K, prob. error), (c) with inf. and ?, it it possible to . ...1 2K4" -j^ — >3n^ V*n can (I) speak for thee to the king? 2 Ch 25"; so ? t5>K 2 S 14" (cf. j> PB, f=ub II. I?N 5). (d) . .'. "«^ B* (if) ?'< roas that . . . tNu 9 2021 ; there were some who . . . (with ptcp.) tNe s 2 * 4 (cf. Syr. ? bJ/ for 4 nir . . . & Se . . . Mt 13 8 ; ^-iJol? **•*! PS ,7! ). (e) **5 ^is-K" Gn 3 1 29 al. ; v. II. b$ 7, p. 43. (/) 2 K io 15 B*J and (if) t'< 6e . . . (cf. ^Jft^aBl^ 1 ); soJu6 ,3 Uni<"'e i 3. (</)pleon. <£ re t* i35 ;; . (A) B* & t Jb p 33 (cf. JLlf, fcJ^i : but © @ Me al. *&).— As a rule, l£ precedes its subst. (from which, however, like px, it may be separated : Gn 24 s3 43 7 D3^> #VT n« ( 44 ,9M 1 S 20 9 etc.); but occasionally, for greater emphasis, this is prefixed: 1 S 21 6 *3 th Bhp Dl"6 DK but holy bread tliere is 1 Is 43 s the blind people, B" D^'Jfl though it has eyes, Ju 19" >b e» pi Dr6 (cf. re a c). t^' , vb. sit, remain, dwell (NH id.; - T 1090 ^ Aram.aw, l£ ; MI 10 - 31 3»», l 819 aw , I B 3B*a, dteeZZ; Ph. 2W dwell; Zinj. W «'< DHM 8andKh - M ; As. o^6«, st«, dweZZ, D1 HWB244 ; Ar. vlJj '«»;>, jump, Himyer. dial, sit, Lane 2919 ; Eth. Am-rtfl: 11. 1 secum cohabitare facere, marry, consum- mate marriage, cf. Hipli. 4) — Qal Pf 3 ms. ae* Gn i3 12 + ; 2 ms. $36* Jus' 6 , W fWaBh con- sec. Dt 17"; 2mpl.Dn3^Dti 46 Lvi8 3 ,Dfi3eh consec. Lv 25 18 + 7 t., etc.; /ot/j/. atJ* 1 S 5 7 + , ~at5* Gn 44 s3 Ez 44 s , 3B* before monosyll. 1 K 7 8 Jb22 8 ; 3S*'l Gn 4 16 +; 3j£l RU4 1 ; 1 s. 3g*t* J u 6' 8 + , atTKI Dt 9 9 + 3*t. + Ez 3 16b (but Co -m Kt); naefc 1 S 27 s ; n3B>K Is 49 20 ; na^JJ Ez 9 3 ; 3 mpl. Og! Gn 4 7 4 + ; 3 fpl. raaefcn Ez 35 9 Kt (i. e.' rysp* ov mi Ko '•*»), Qr njaiipn ( Va^), Co prop, njatyvi; 1 p i. a??'} J e 42 1314 , 3B>31 Nu 20 15 + 5 1.; Imv. ms. at? Gn 20 15 + , 1? Gn 35 1 ; P13t? Gn 2 7 19 + ; fs. 'W' Gn38" + ; mpl. «t? Gn22 6 + , etc.; Inf. abs. _ 3b» 1 S 20 5 ; cstr. TO& 1 S7 2 + ; n& Is 40 22 + ; sf. WO¥> 2 S 7 6 + , etc.'; Pi. m. 3B>(ty Gn 4 20 2 4 3 + , etc.; f. tap Na 3 8 ; rof(y Ju 4 5 -|- ; na^)* Jos 2' 2 K 4 13 ; 'm^ J e Z2 23 , 'na^O)' Jeo 17 La 4 21 Ez 27 s (Kt preferable in all these, v. 01 iusd Ges 180 - 30 ); fpl. niae* 1 S27 8 ;— 1. a. sit on (?3?) a seat 1 S 20 26 , stone Ex 1 7 12 , teraphim Gn3i M , couch 4 8 2 (all E), Ez2 3 41 , knees 2 K4 20 , throneExii 5 i2 29 (J),Dti7 18 iSi 9 4 18 iKi 13 ; 17 - 20 + , v. abs. infr.; of ' H*#? Jlrrby 3t?'»n l s 4 o~; dust Is 47 1 , ground (}*"?.?) Ez 26 16 , ashes Jon 3" (these in token of humiliation); sit down by (5>S) a well Ex 2" or pool 2 S 2"; c.i'KiS 28 13 ; sit in (3) house, street, doorway, assembly, etc. 2S7 1 Jui 9 15 Gn38 ,4 (J), Jei5 ,7 26 10 ti' Ct2 3 so Ez3i 6,7 (fig.); of No of Amon (personif. city) trHltfB TOJffrft Na 3 8 «Ae who sate amid the rivers; c. *? sit on to (pregn.) f^ Is 3 20 47 1 La2 10 , ND3^ ^9 S , at,mnrz'?-p r9 " ! tvfenp'? iK2 19 , fno 1 ; ^3G)b ^29'°; c. "3Sp Gn 43 s3 (J), + DB> Ju 20 s6 21 2 2 S 7 18 = 1 Ch 17 16 ; c. Dy 1 S 20 5 Pr 3I 22 ; c. 71$ Je 16 s Jb 2 13 ; c. nnn J u 6 11 Mi 4 4 , 3fa 5»» WOTS Jon 4 5 ; c. 1330 Gn 21 1616 (E), IJJIs 47", T 1 ^ PW J °n 4 5 ; ^^ 1 S 20 25 Ru 2"; c. ace. cogn. Ez 28 2 ; CSfb Ex 1 8 13 Jo 4 12 (cf. ^ 9* Is 28 s ); hence abs. of sitting as king or judge Ex 18 14 ^ 61 8 Mai 3 3 , 0<3dV Is io 13 , perh. Am i 5 - 8 , esp. of sitting (entlironed), jr 2* g s 29 10 55 20 102 13 La 5 19 , so in nai-i3(n) 3tr 1 S 4 4 2 S 6 2 = 1 Ch 13 6 , 2 K 19 15 ^99'; ^'^ n^nri 3B«  ^2 2 4 (v. c. Py, supr.); by meton. of thrones, for the judges sitting on them BSfD? HiKD3 B«£ HBB' Vr 1 22 5 ; D*3^»fJ Ru 4", i.e. in the gate (cf. v"), those in whose presence purchase of land took place. b. sit, sit down, abs., Ju 19 6 Ru 4 1 " Ne i 4 Je36 15 (sq. cl. of purpose, to eat, etc.) Gn 37 s6 Est 3 15 + ; opp. Dip Ex 32 s (JE) ^I39 2 , n# nn*? ^ 127 2 (opp. dip ww 9); so Is 37^ = 2 K 19 27 (rd. ipp 'iDp at end of v 27 ^ 2 K 19 26 We in Bl 8 " 11 - 4 ' 267 'Rs' Prophal! '- , °'"'- 9 ); but also >W' Wp Is 5 2 2 , expl. by {3?$ H?"? D i# nKSl-i5S 1 S 28 s3 and) 2 S 19 9 . tc. sit down outside (J*' n ), i- 6- perform a necessity of nature Dt23 14 . +d. sit = be set (as a jewel), rri3E* riK?p"7y Ct5 13 set on a filling (i.e. in a setting, De al.), in description of eyes ; (> others sit- ting by full streams). 2. a. remain, stay, tarry (for a limited or indef. time), c. ON pers. Gn 2 4 55 (J), Ju 19 4 2 S 16 8 ; c. Dy pers. Gn 27" (J), noy 2 9 19 (E), Ju 17 10 ; c. 3 loc. 1 S 7 2 (of ark), 13 16 14 2 2 4 4 (23^ rd. "Vfe for 3*0 © We Dr Klo Kit Bu), 2 S io 5 19 23 (where rd. to? for tot? Dr Klo Bu, v. We), Nu 35* (P), Jb 24 13 ; c. DB* 1 K 11 16 , Dbijny DB? 1 S i 22 ; c. by (by) 1 S 25 13 30 24 ; n'a 2 K 7 4 ; "Dy na a£ at? -licnn Gn 2 2 6 (E); c. P? Ju 5' 6 , *? pno Lv 14 9 (P), $$t 1 S 2o' 9 ; c. ace. 1*2 2 So" 13 20 Ru 2 7 ; abs. 1 S I 2323 ; abide, endure Mi 5 3 , obivj* fTIW'l 3^ Jo 4 20 , so of Mt. Zion ^121'. b. with