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|WK Tp"lJ n.pr.loc. Sharon (plausibly con- nected with vSe* by Thes Ges 12 al., cf. GASm °~«* M ; =*fi^; Ph. pt!>)— strictly n.m. 1 ' 8510 plain, level; — -1. 'B'l 1 (with art.), name of maritime plain on Mediterr., fr. Joppa north- ward, noted for fertility, Is 33' (|| fft, ^)J ; ® 6 sapw), cf. |bjflj) teia inn 352; 65 10 (|| P»5> liay ; ® Toi fy>u^) ; T00 n^an ct 2 1 (® &0o t to« «a t 'o«); '#3 D'jnn TJJfn 1 Ch 27 s9 ; so also Jos 12 18 , where rd. ffc P?« $$, so Di We 8 *" 165 Ges 12 after ®, cf. KS™ 02 - 2 ™' 436 .— On this plain v. GASm Geogr - " 7 "• Buhl 0e °« r - * 6S . 2 . 'Knit? PT, region E. of Jordan 1 Ch 5 16 (|| ify, JB*3 ; ® ra Trtpix">pa Tfptap, ®A 2apwi>); identified by many with "iWW! (Dt 3 10 etc., v. supr.) BrJJn ( A>f foil. ; cf. Ar. cAll weak or im- potent man, ajwj weakness, impotence, Lane 2919 ). "©® adj. aged, decrepit, only B'Kh fpT 2 Ch 3 6 ,T7 . ttifttfj adj. aged, only Jb (NH once D^'B" oW, venerable men, Levy Jastr) ; — abs. JJ^K* Jb 15 10 ; pi. trW) 32 6 + 2 t.;— a^ed, as pred. adj. Jb 3 2 6 (opp. ma$ yyoi as subst. 15 10 (py);

s (opp. Qnpj) ; nosn D^B^a 1 2 1! amongr aged 

men is wisdom (|| rOUTI D*DJ ^QtC). "hEMp"i n.pr.m. a Gileadite name I Ch 5 14 .

  • 7JV (v of foil.; mng. dub.; Ar. S3 drive

in peg, be firm (of peg), is appar. denom.) t"W n.f. D,23 » peg, pin (NH id.; Ar. lf } ) —IIJJ Dt23 14 -rot.; cstr.lJV J U 4 !I i6 14 (where c. art. but v. Ges >m ' B - 4a ); pi. TftQ[ Ex 38 20 ; cstr.nhrt^2 7 M -i-4t.; sf. ^n'TriM is 54 2 ; vri'iri; Ex27 ,, is33 20 ; rW$X& EX39 40 ; 00*^1 Nu3 w 4 W ; — pin, peg, esp. a. tent-pin Ju 5 M 4 21 ; *UV %kn v 22 ; rd. perh. also Jb 4 21 (fig.; cf. 11. "V}?)-, oft. of tabernacle Ex 27 19 " 35 1818 38 203 ' 1 ' 31 ; Vnn<D 39 *>, c f. NU3 37 4 s2 (all P); of Zion under fig. of tent IS33 20 54 s ; fig. of ruler as support of state Zc 1 o 4 . b. a peg for hanging Ez 15 s ; so fig. of Eliakim IS22 2324 ; of secure position Ezr 9* (cf. Ar., v. Thes Hi Hariri m Dor -, iUjiH ojU of a king), c. for digging Dt23 14 (= spade), d. the^n'n or stick used in beat- ing up the woof in the loom Ju i6 l4a , vid. GFM PAO S .octi*».ci«Ti.«. ; jn 3-,^ n|W vbj del nn , n (Id ""and in Comm. ad loc.) W Jb39 8 , v. Tin. v. rbn. nbr> niT 1 (assumed by Thes as -J of foil.; cf. Ar. .jj beat with a club, chastise ; iL i.' ; . 1 * club ; Ba NB294 der. nniD as loan-word fr. As. tartahu= club (or javelin, cf. D1 HWB630 )). T nniD n.m. name of a weapon, perh. olub, maoe (or dart, javelin; || J^T3); — Jb4i 21 . D/V (•v / of foil.; cf. Ar. 12, ':j be alone, bereaved, Aram. adj. and subst. »£*, X D??! = Din>; vid. Lag BN3 ° Ba NB194 ). TQin"' n.[m.] orphan (NH id.; Aram. NOJX, JjifcJ; Ph. D1V; Ar. l^jj pupil, orphan) — Din^Ex22 21 +29t.; pi. D'trtn^ v a + 8t.; sf. ynh) j e 49"; VDh; is 9 16 ; voirvp ,/, 109";— orphan, i.e. fatherless (|| '"iJOpN) Ex 22 a |> 109 9 La5 3 (|| 3K ]>H) ; Jb2 4 9 V109 12 ; prob. also EX22 21 Dt 10 18 14 29 16 1114 24 171920 - 21 26 1213 27" V. 9 4 6 1 46 s Je f 2 2 3 Zc 7 10 Mai 3 5 (in all these, mentioned as helpless, exposed toinjury, || HJDpK and 13); similarly, || n3D.bK Jb22 9 24 s 29^ 31 </<• 68 6 Is i 17 - 23 9 16 10 2 Je4 9 u Ez 22 7 ; without rUD&K Ho 14 4 Jbe 27 31 21 f io 1418 Pr23 10 Jes 28 (in no case clear that both parents are dead). TnOrP n.pr.m. one of David's valiant men, called '3Kten 1 Ch n« ® (l><fya; ®L t6aft. |J"P (vof foil.; cf. Ar. J^J 6e perpetual, never- failing, esp. of water, * jlj a permanent thing: Ph.DJnN rrv CIS I - , - 86A ;'w P8BA1886(ix) 7 ). f 1. ]JT , M, ]rN adj. perennial, ever-flow- ing, fig. permanent, as subst. steady flow, permanence; — abs. J1TX Gn49 M + 8 t.; jn^Jb 33 19 ; sf.iJn^Exu 27 ; pi. DWKJbiz"; DW 1 K 8 2 Mi 6 s ; (in form, an 'elative,' Ew }le2b =: Arab, compar. and superl.); — 1. ever-flowing (opp. 3J3K), fri , N ?TXS Am 5 24 an ever-flowing wfidy, Dt 2 1 4 (v. Dr); as subst. in iri'N T~T} ■^ 74 15 rivers of steady flow ; as subst. also Ex I4 27 (J), the sea returned fanW to its steady flow, DWNH rrv ,K8' month of steady flowings= 7th mo., Oct.-Nov. (post-Bibl.Tisri). 2. fig. permanent, enduring W1 ffl'X '13 Je 5 10 , i. e. a nation whose numbers never dwindle or fail, imperishable, '» VDS5? 3 ,- l1 Jb 33" Kt the strife of his bones is constant, Gn 49 s4 his bow abode 't*3 as an enduring, firm, one, 1?|^iO 'K Nu 24 21 (II J^fJ Q^), jn^ ny j e 4 9 19 =5o 44 an