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  • 1^ v. 3155); mtf»T.rmS>; n <, nitr> v. nifc

T T : • T T ; "'jttH v. rm^j Wf v. s*tm SU pr. P . 22 i. ntC* (-/of following, si vera 1.) ' t n ^l n -[ m '] 'emptiness (of hunger), meaning conjectured from context ; Mi 6" IDBty -)i3a(||V3^n «Si»3Nn). t[BB^] vb. only Hiph. Impf. extend, hold out (late) (NH Hiph. id.; Aram. Aph. BIP^K, £»o?' id.; 1 As. astu, extended, mighty Lyon 8.r ([ <, nt e„e60 I)1 HWBl44. Ar . ^ jg i ^ <ra<( , mto <Ae m?'<Me o/*)— i 5 2HJH BA3"]£ B'B'i' Est 4" hold out the golden sceptre to, so (BSn»l) 5* 8 4 . ,, tr , 4x n.pr.m. father of David (etyin. dub.; 01 }277f conj. I* 6*j We lsu ' <9 ^ = iE"N = ^3X (but see this))— ^ 1 S i6 3 +2ot.; »t£ v 19 + 10 t.; ® Ifao-ai; **«*(}) 1 Ch 2 13 ;— +-JV3 <|fc 'pr&n J egg « <A« Bethlehemite 1 S 1 6 118 ("m ■tr ,,_ |3, of David), i7 68 t; >B» also 1 6 3 + 1 4 t. 1S16, 17; tson of H3iV ace. to Eu 4 WIUi =a 1 Ch 2"; t(»)fj

    • "}? 2S 23 1 iCh io» 29 26 V'72 !0 ; *fH| 3K^K

2 Ch ii 18 ; elsewhere ^"f? alone = David' 1 S

W.30.31 22 7. 8 .9.13 25 10 2S20 1 IK I2 16 =2Chl0 16 , 
Ch 12 18 ; "fl yw Is 1 1 1 ; ** Bhfc> v 10 of Jesse 

as ancestor of future (Messianic) kingt. ^CT n.pr. v. 3**J sub 31B>. foJPWtf' v. ntM. pi part of the 'Arabah, NE. of the Dead Sea (in which was nb't^n R>| Nu 33" al.) b. without art., a waste or wilderness (only poet.), of scene of Israel's wanderings (after the Excdus), V| ^; inh3 Dt 3 2 10 (|| -13-ip jnx3), ,/,68 8 78 40

14 ; with ref. to returning exiles Is43 ,92 °; 

T^l " V' 10 7 < waste of a way ( = desert way). tH3tf£ n.pr.m. a name in Judah 1 Ch 4 3 ; © Paypi, A Uo-pa, ©L 2apaa. W^tr;, OOmpctfi v. ycc*.

  • 2E*£ v. no*.

t[jt£^] vb. sleep (NH *4/ Aram. n. Ifcul sfeep; Ar. ^j Je ifepy, ^J, IL, skep; As. tow, sZeep, Dl HWB24li , foinatu, iuttu, dream, Id lb , Flood "■ 22 Asrb Ann,ls ' vK - 2 '» T )—Qal Pf. VDB* Jb 3 13 ; y! £l consec. Je 5i 39 + 2 1; Imp/ ?f* Is 5 s7 ^i2i 4 ; |#*J iKi9 6 ,etc; 7w/ cstr. |W»? Ec 5"; — sleep, go to sleep, and be asleep, G11 2 21 (J), 4 1 6 (E),Ez 3 4 25 Jb 3 13 V'3VPr4"'Ec5 11 ,also2S4 6 © We Dr Kit Bu, vid. Eton ; c . l6, of Ass. army Is5 27 (||D«); of Baal 1 K 19 5 ; of ' R*fl nnb TTV& ^ *44 M ; /f • ^ I21< (II Dy ); c. accVcog'n. D^-iy !■# >& Je 5 i 3 " 7 ( v . n3^), of death, cf. f^S n J?^ V' I3 4 - ITipb. only in deriv. sense of become inactive or stationary; Pf. QFOK/i^consec. Dt4 25 and ye be grown old H??> »•«• (v. Di Dr) have lost freshness of first impressions; of inani- mate things, be old, stale, only Pt. ifti f B« Lv 2 6 10 t[Dtt*^] vb. be desolate (cf. DDE*)— Qal (H),f.n3S*i3 njnSLvi 3 »= old leprosy (P) ; these Zmp/. 3 fs. DB»P1 Ez i2 19 ; DB>'n Gn 47 19 ; DE*I} Ez i 9 7 ; 3 fpl. njO^n 6 6 (Co'nJOB*l);— &, deso- late, subj. px Ez 12 19 19 7 ; subj. nmK Gn 47" (J); subj. ni03 Ez 6 6 . T L^^^tp^ 1 ] n.f. desolation, only intens. pi. nto ^ * 55' 6 Kt (Qr nip Wfjty, so Ges Hup al., cf. n.pr.loc. WOH^n TV3 supr. p. nib; © Ew 01 Pe De Bae al. follow Qr, let death come de- ceitfully upon them, v. SW. T lYQ'Hpi n.m. waste, wilderness ; — abs. fto'E" 1 S 2 3 19 + 5 1.; jfe'E* Nu 2i S0 + 3 1. ; tine* IS43 1 ' 9 ; |bE»Dt 3 2 10 ; cstr. jto'E" f 107 4 ;— waste, wilderness: a. c. art., aim. n.pr. Nu 2 ^(com- manded byPisgah), 23 28 (by Pe'or ; both JE),fre- quented by David as an outlaw 1 S 23 1924 26 1 - 3 . Probably some part of the wilderness of Judah, borderingonDeadSea(Conder TeotWork ' ch - 1,i ;Buhl ~"- ' ° ) ; ace. to others, at least in Nu. (v. Di), poss. denom. from JE*. Pi. causat. Impf. WJ^Rl Ju 1 6 19 and she made him sleep. t *• 1^ adj . sleeping ; — ms. [ & 1 S 2 6 7 + 3 1, fs. n32» 1 K f> Ct 5 2 ; pi. D^E^ 1 S 26 12 Ct 7 10 ; cstr. p.B^ Dn 12 2 ;— asleep, sleeping 1 S 26 712 1 K 3 20 Ct 5 2 7 10 ; so, fig., Ho 7 6 , expl. as= $]£ smoketh, cf. Dt 29 19 , by ES JPhl,I,,|1888 ' 72 ' Pr< "" , ' i '- , '- 19 Che with DriBK (Ges , "- 1 - B - lm )for DHSN; but <We, their anger sleepeth; of Baal I K 18 27 ; in sim. of '< ^ 78 s5 ; of dead, as sleeping in dust, Dn 1 2 2 . f 11. |IL'^ n.pr.m. one of David's heroes, 2 S 2 3 32 =DK/n 1 Ch 1 1 34 (in both del. '03 as dittogr., We Dr Bu); v. DE?n, and *?•. t|^ adj. old (01 ig., as it seems, withered, flabby, like a lifeless plant with top hanging down, as if in sleep ; cf. KTiph. supr., and NH ??*J Pi. let a thing grow old)— ft£ Lv 25 22 + 3k; f.nje* Is 22" + 2 t.; pl.D'3^Ct7 14 ;— old: n313n