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454 reward a man infcyoa, Wjna, etc., the like of his doings, etc., 2 S 3" 1 K S 32 + i8» 28*, to speak run nana or nmn onana Gn i8 te 2 4 28 + oft., form the transition to c. as an accus. of mode or limitation, in or with the like of ( = like, as, according to, Kara);— (1) expressing con- formity to a standard or rule : Gn i 26 let us make man uniona according to our likeness, 9 3 J0S19" Ju20 10 1S13 14 hath looked out E*K 133^3 a man according to his own heart (Je 3 1S ); to do a thing fttH BBB>D3 Jos 6 15 , cf. Gn 40"

K 1 1", etc., 'b nana Gn 44 *+ oft., TO f f, 

n,npn3 51 3 , 3V133 according to what is written Jos^W, ainaa K^a (late) +2Ch 3 o> 8 , etc. (2) in comparisons: qualifying an adj., Ex 16 nteas pn, Ct6 10 njab rfj, cf. Gn 13'°; a verb +f nn«3 fptprif , i9 6 ">i333 iTfc" T , Is 42", etc.; ■with the tertium compar. attached in a relative clause, Dt 32" tip 1% "f 33 like the great vul- ture, (that) stirreth up its nest, Jb 9 M 1 1 16 Is 6 1 10 like the bride, who putteth on, etc., 62 1 ijjy TB^a tote a touch (that) burns (on the presence or absence of the art. in such cases, v. n 1 f ), i 42 s 83 16 (infr. 2 d) + oft. (cf. Dr 184 :

is not in these cases to be construed as a 

conj. [=nE*K3] with the verb : v. De+ s8>M Ges mm. !>>.>»■).' d. sometimes f is used in partic. to compare an object with the class to which it belongs, and express its correspondence with the idea which it ought to realize: Is 13 6 (=Jo i B ) of the * m Kb; Tfl? "**? i-e- it comes as a veritable, or ideal, destruction from Shaddai, 29 s of Ariel (v 1 ) fcmC »? MMI) L«  shall be to me as a true Ariel (cf. Ges 5 " 8 *): so also, ace. to Hi De, io 13 Ez 26 10 Zc 14 3 2 S 9 8 f 1 2 2 3 Ct 8 10 (v. De), Ec 1 o 6 Ne f . The older grammarians called this the Kaph veritatis (a translation of Ki's TWIDIW tffS, -OW nosb *l"3, Michl «.a.,c k)) Comm^' 8 - 4 ' 189 ' 13 - 1 ' 1 ' 7 - 110510 . ■«  »«?*n T3, Lex s. v. B*) : they extended it unduly (e.g. to Nu 1 1 1 La i 20 Ho 1 1 4 ). 2. repeated, 3 ... ?, to signify the completeness of the correspondency between two objects (peculiar to Heb.) : a. in a principal clause, Gn i8 B PC^a P ,,! !V 3 n, T ?1 lit- tnat ** ^ e °/ tne righteousbet/te Zi/fc« o/the wicked, i.e. that the righteous be as the wicked, 44 18 njnsa 1103 the like of thee is the like of Pharaoh, i.e. thou art as Pharaoh, Lv 2 4 22 "Vr) rTlftJ n33, 1 K 93* ^eya nays itoa , Jb3 (Van Dyck e&u yi^ i^ir ( ^i), T Hg2 3 nym m ,nto ? **n is 'not the like of it the like of nothing in your eyes? i.e. is it not like nothing in your eyes? ^ 139 12 nntoo na^n? i.e. the darkness (to thee) is as the light. Usu. the first term is the subj. and the second is the standard with which it is compared : but occas. the terms are inverted, as Lv f Nu 15 16 Ju 8 18 DHlDa yxa (Van Dyck ejiil J&>), Ho 4* Is 24*, cf. 59 18 (Note, infr.) b. in a subordinate clause (to be regarded as subordinated in the accus. to the principal verb); (a) attached to the subj. of the principal vb., Lv 24 16 WW . . . nn?na nja he shall be put to death, the like of the stranger (being) the like of the homeborn, Jos 8 s3 . (0) attached to its object, Dt i 17 pyDBTI h» JBp3 lit. ye shall hear (them), the like of the small (being) the like of the great c. occas., for 3 ... 3, there occurs 31 ... ? : Jos i 4 » "9J W '9 ™? «*«  »e 0/ my strength then, and the like of my strength now, i.e. they are similar (cf. 1 j) 1 S 30 24 Ez 1 8 4 Dn 1 1 29 . d. yet more distinct than 3 ... 3, is |3 ... I ; in a nominal sentence (Ges* i4M ), '? with its genit. forming the predic, and J3 resuming it with emph. and connecting it with the subject ;' 1 S 25* KVrj| TOKO <3 for the like of his name, such (or so) is he, Gn 44 10 Jos 2 21 Je 18 6 ^48" 127 4 Pr io 26 + ; in a verbal sentence, 'I preceding, as an accusative of state, and giving the secundum compar ationis, and I? resuming it,' Jo 2 4 |WTf p D'BHB3 'instar (accus.) equitum, sic currunt' (Fl lc ), Ho 4' lit. with (or in) the likeness of their multiplying, so they sinned against me, Gn 6 s2 1 S 8 8 Is 38" Ez 2 2 s2 ^ 4 2 2 83 15 + oft. 3. before an inf. : a. like (lit. with or in the likeness of. . .), Ju 14 6 Han VDB'S like the rending of a kid, i.e. as when a kid is rent (by a lion), 2 S 3 M Is 5 M + 66 10 68 3 Jb2 10 , etc.; =as if, Is io 15 or shall the saw magnify itself against him that wieldeth it VCnDTlK Bat? *pn3 with the like of a staff's shaking (=as if a staff were to shake) him that lifted it ! b. of time, about, at, whether of the past or of the future : Gn 19 17 DN'Xins DJ-I1K at their bringing them forth, i.e. as or when they brought them forth 24 30 29 13 39 + very often ; of the future, 44 303 ' Dt 20 2 S if>+; Is 2 8 20 " (different from v 20 *) and the covering is (too) narrow when one gathers one- self in. Occasionally with the verbal noun, Ho 13 6 DrVjnM at the time of their feeding, Is 3o 19 inyoE'? ; inpinai 1 2 Ch 1 2 1 26 16 Dn 1 1 2 / Ew (238fcMiii : ' c f. Is 23 6b "* VPB>3. "With the ptcp. t Gn sS^ (si vera 1.), perh. 40 10 ; cf. •T) r |135.6,OI».a -