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row special empha: is on qualifying phr., l^'Na 22*111 inipp Gn 49 24 and his bow abode as a firm one (poem in J); I K 22 1 and tliey continued three years without war ; of woman remaining rrjrp wa Lv i 2 4 , 'w wi>y v s . 3. dwell, have one's abode in (3) a land, city, house, etc., Gn 4 16 13 71212 19 29 24 s762 Dt i 4 3 2 Jos 20 6 2 S 7« + oft. (on zSai" v. 3*3 UE", p. 444); in tents Je35 710 1CI15 10 ; fig. of justice (np/JX) Is 3 2 16 (||BEt?D |3Bn) ; in the midst of (3$?) Gn 2 4 3 Jos 13" i6 io Ju I 303233 3 5 ; so c. ijSffl Gn2 3 10 (P); c. ^y + pan, of God iK8 s = 2Ch6 18 ; of people LV25 18 " 26 s5 (H); c. b Jb I5 28 ; c. PS Gn2o'(E); dweZJ wiiA (nt?) Gn^ 16 " 3 (P), Ex 2 2l (E), Jos i5 ra (JE), Ju i 16 - 21 1 7 11 ; Of* TiSTlK trj^J ^ 140 14 ; so c. Dy Jos 20 4 Dt 23" (, + mpa), ^ 2 6 4 (i.e. assoc. with ; c. "nrp Ga " (J). 3° 7 (P), Dt 25 s ; W D? n# ^ I33 ' ; dwe« in their stead (M?™?) Dt 2 12 - 21 - 22 - 23 1 CI14 4 ' S 22 ; abs. WJfl H3b6 Is 45 18 /or dwelling he formed it (the earth); (<Ay) dvielling -place is ^3B> Dipt? iK8 M =2Ch 6 21 , also 'B» fi3D 1 K 83 ' 9 .i3.4 9=2 - ch6 3o.a.39 go ^ 33 i4. ^j, fbDExi5 17 I K 8 13 = 2 Ch 6 2 . Ft. 2p> = subst., dweller, in- habitant, very oft. (c. 2 1 5 t.) : e. g. D^HS 3g* Gn 25 s7 (J); oft. coll. *JnN 3g* G114 20 (J), H? 1 ? ^ 34 30 50" (both J), Ex 34 1215 (JE); also poet, f., (as coll.; v. Dr on 1 S 17 s1 ) TO? ri20n> etc., Mil 11.11.12.13.15. p>2f n^v tlsl2 6 Jesi 35 ; simi- larly tio" 21 13 22 23 ' 4 8 19 (cf. La 4 21 ) Zc 2 11 ; with n3 in app^Ua* 28 "- 6 ), tnxErna n3J?i< fj e 46 19 ,so 4 8 18 ; more usu.pl. D^yn' '3^' Gni 9 25 (J), cf. Dt 13 14 ; H? 1 ? '3P* Ex 23 !1 ( J E), cf. Exi5 14 - 15 (poem inE)';^3n *3p Is 18 3 , bin ->3E^ 38 1 ', etc.; !V3E* Lv 18 25 25' (H), Nu 13* (P); abs. 3^ (coll.) Am I 58 Is 49 19 ; D^i'n r Ch 9 2 ; also (strangely) pSH ni3^ 1 S 2f=the pojm- lations of the land We Dr (elsewhere in this sense only fs. and poet., v. supr.); freq. in phr. without inhabitant (i.e. so that there shall be no inhab.), 3C* 1'SD Is 5 » 6 4 Je 4/ 26 s 33 10 24 a ' 3 6 ; fH3 3^ pt?» Je48 9 ;

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3K* ^3D na ag*' njir &6 5 o 3 ; ••nfjrib SKr ia^nrn j'i 62 . 4. of aland or city.'sii, abide seated in its place, fig. for be inhabited Jei7 6 - 25 5o ,3 - 39 Ez26 M 29 11 36 35 Isi3 M (||p3fnt6), Zc 2 8 9 5 14 11 ; nwm roe* 12 6 14 10 ; Ez 35 9 Kt is rms^n, Qr nniB'ri; Co ruse'in, i.e. Niph. nj3Wl (cf. 36 10 ), or Hoph. njIKWI ( c f. Is 44 s6 ); of palace, 3£ toEenrby |iD-)«i Je 30 18 . tNipb.. Pf. 3 fs. naenj je 6 9 ; 3 pi. Offcj consec. Ez 3 6 10 , »5fa Ez26 19 , nViJ Je22 6 ; }'/.' f. n3B*i3 Ez 26 17 (<n3e>j © Co, ./rut?), n^i: Ex 16"; pi. ni3Bn3 Ez'12 20 38 12 ;— be inhabited, of land Ex i6 35 (perh. = 6e habitable), Je6"; of cities Je 22" Ez I2 20 26 19 36 10 ; DiSB'iJ ni3in Ez 3 8' 2 ;-— Ez 26 17 v. supr.; 35" v. Qal 4. tPi. Pf. 3 mpl. ?J3 DH'niTC CJr*| Ez 25 4 and thy shall set their encamjmients in thee (® @ Co BfJ] m/iai ? '<). tHiph. Pf. 3 ms. 3"^ Ezr 10", sf. WBnn La3 6 f 143 3 ; 1 s. WlWn Lv 23 s3 , D , ri3E'(i)ni consec. Hon 11 Je 32 s7 ; DTliSBMrn consec. Zc io 6 (Kfi 1 - 413 ; but prob. txt. err., vid. Thes and Geg L,b464. rd _ prob D >ni3B'ni as v 10 , so Sta 2AW - 188 i.a We ^ ; etc . Imp y 3 ms 3 ^,, Gn 4? u »i»l 2 Ch 8 2 ^ 107 36 ; sf. ^bTil 1 K 2 s4 (Ko MM.2M). D? ,^ 1 Jb 3 6 7 ; 1 pi. 3^31 Ezr io 2 , etc.; Imv. ms. 3^n Gn 47 s ; mpl. «T(i)n 1 K 2i 9;o ; Inf. cstr. 3^)n 1 S 2 8 Ne 13 27 ; Vj&n + 113 8 (01 > 123d ; rd. 13-, v. Che) ; Pt. abs. 3^0 ^ 68 7 , cstr. ^B-iD ^ 1 13 9 (01 lc - Ges '•"•);— 1. cause to sit c. ace. pers. + ND3 ?y I K 2 24 2Ch2 3 20 so (without ND3 by) + nsj^ Jb 36 7 ; set, place c.acc. pers. + nM 1 K.2I 10 , aiso v 912 (Dyn BWtt). 2. caitse <o oW« (ace. pers.) at (3) 1 S30 21 . 3. a. cause to dwell, c. ace. pers. + 3 loc. 1 S 1 2 8 2 K 17 6 H012 10 , Gn 4 7 6 "(P), Lv2 3 43 (H), La3 6 V. 143 s ; ni>nnn psa Ez 26 20 ; ace. pers. om. 2 K 1 7 24 - 26 ; ace. pers. + Of 2 Ch8 2 f 107 36 ; ace. pers. + D^Qrr^y Ho 1 1 11 (but rd. D , n'3E'ni We); ace. pers. om., c. Dy pers. I S 2 8 ^ 1 13 8 ; 3'enO nri*3 D'TIT Jr68 7 causing solitary ones to dwell in a house (or is 2'&)Q for a'Bto Bae?); c. ace. pers. only J"l?3n l"Q.Pjy. '^^ V' J ' 3 9 giving a dwell- ing to Iter that is barren of house; abs. c. n ^37 Je32 37 f 4 9 ; abs. c. Da'rtiO-jPja Ez 36 11 . On Zc io 6 , v. supr. b. caM*e cities (Q , ")V) to be in- habited Ez 36 s3 Is 54' 1 . 4. marry (prop, give a dwelling to, cf. <// 1 1 3 9 ), only Ezr Ne, and only c. ace. nP33 D'B'J strange or foreign women Ezr 1 o .10.H.17.18 ^- e j 3 27. 80 ni'nnB'K d^j is^n Ne 1 3 B . tHopli. iy. YTi 1 } ^.i? 3 D ?' ! !3i> Dris^ini Is 5 8 and ye be made to dwell alone in the midst of the land. Impf. 2VV t^'rvi> ICXn I 3 44 » he who saith of Jerusalem, she shall be inhabited. Ez 35 9 v. Qal 4. f 1. rQIT n.f. seat, dwelling, place (pro- perly Inf.' Qal from 3B«)— n3|n Diptp 1K10" = 2Cg w the place of the seat ; Don rOB* Am 6 s a seat {throne, or enthronement) of violence; ly n3B*p Nu 2 1 15 toward the dwelling (i. e. ptace,