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113 458 ?y Hb 2*. 2. make heavy, dull, unrespon- sive, the ears Is6'° Zc 7"; the 3 1 ) Ex8 li;!8 9 34 io l (J). 3. cause to behonoured, of depopulated districts of NE. Israel, Is 8 23 , of restored nation Je 30" (||n$nP xb); shew or display honour, 2 Ch 25" T33r6 (; n || 2 K i 4 >» naan). Hitbp. /mu."ia?nn Na3 15 ;/.n33nn Na3 16 ; Pt. "!??riD Pr 12'; — 1. make oneself heavy, dense, numerous (cf. 133 1 b) as locusts Na3 16 ". 2. honour oneself Pr 1 2 9 . t"T33 adj. heavy;— '3 Gn 41" + 34 t.; cstr. 133 Ex 4 1010 ; 133 Is i 4 ; pi. BH33 Ex 17"; cstr. ^aa Ez 3 56 ; — 1. a. heavy, a burden ^38 6 ; hands (weary of holding up) Ex I7 12 (E), hair of head 2 S 1 4 s8 , a corpulent old man 1 S 4 18 ; fty * 1 ?9 D$? Is I* a people heavy with {the burden of) iniquity; a cloud charged with rain Ex 19" (E); a rock of large size Is 32 s ; oppressive, grievous, burdensome, a yoke 1 K i2 411 = 2 Ch io 411 ; a famine Gn 12 10 41 s1 43 1 47 413 (J); the vexation (DJQ) of a fool Pr 27 s ; vehement, sore, of a mourning Gn 50 11 (J), b. massive, abundant, numerous, of a people D$? Nu 20 20 (J) 1K3 8 ; army bvi 2K6 14 i8 17 =Is36 2 ; insect swarm Ex 8 20 (J), c. heavy, dull of speech and tongue Ex 4 ,01 ° (JE); of the 3 1 ?, hard Ex 7" (J), d. hard, difficult, of a thing to be done Ex 18 18 (E) Nun 14 (J); of a language to be understood Ez 3 s - 6 . 2. in the usage of J "^P " 1 3 3 is frequent : a. very oppressive, grievous, of hail Ex 9 1824 ; murrain Ex 9 3 ; lamentation Gn 50' . b. very numerous, cattle TQ3 Ex 1 2 s8 ; army, n:rjp Gn 50 9 ; locusts Ex 10 14 ; so Tn 1 K io s =2 Ch 9 1 . c. very rich, fupea in cattle Gn 1 3 s . tiaS n.m. 1 * 211 liver (explained by Thes (quoting Galen) as the heavy organ, par excel- lence, of the body; NH 13|; Aram, N133, )»aa ; Ar. S^S, cf. x£ (anything) large, thick in the middle ; Eth. h-fLC 1 : As. kabittu D1 HWB temper, heart (fig.), Aram. 133, JLolfbe angry, because the liver was regarded as seat of emotions)— 'a Ex 29"+ lit.; 'H33 Pr 7 s8 ;

  • T3J La 2"; — liver of man, as pierced by

arrow Pr 7 s8 ; poured out in sorrow La 2"; of animals as consulted by divination '33 nxi Ez 2 i M ; elsewhere in P, in phrases nin*(n) I33n(-^) Ex 29 18 - 22 Lv 3 4W " 4' 7* 8 1 *-" 9"; '3n-jp nin*n Lv 9 10 , of the animals suited for sacrifice. T123 n.[m.] 1. heaviness, weight of a stone Pr 27 s . 2. mass, abundance, of corpses Na 3 s . 3. vehemence, of war Is 21", of storm Is 30 27 . ti. [TU3] adj. glorious, only fs. ^133, of a bed EZ23 41 ; a queen in bridal array ^ 45". See also ni^33 n.f. infr. tn. Tin3 a.m. I,6al and + f .<">«■ * abun- T • ' dance, honour, glory; — 'a Jos 7 19 + 70t.; 133 Gn 3 i l Na2 10 ; cstr. 1133 Exi6 7 + 62t.; 133 Pr 25"; sf. ni33 Gn 4 5 18 + 17 t.; nas Gn 49 s + 3 t.; 4- 40 1. sfs. — 1. abundance, riches Gn3 1 ' (J), Is 10 3 61 6 66 1112 Na2 10 f 49 1718 . 2. honour, splendour, glory, of external condition and circumstances: a. of men : of Joseph in Egypt Gn 4 5 18 (E); of Job Jb 19 9 29 20 ; of Ephraim Ho 9", Samaria Ho io 5 ; 11331 iBty wealth and splendour 1 Ch 29 1228 2CI117' 18 1 32 s7 Pr3 is 8 18 2 2 4 ; '31 D'pa^l) -p 2 Ch l 1112 ='a DJ '» DJ 1 K 3 13 , Ec 6 2 ; || 1E>J> Pr 1 1 16 ; man was crowned with 1111 '3 at his creation, ^ 8 6 ; the king is given '3 |j 1111 Tin + 2 1 6 . b. of things, fifty ' 3 Est 5" splendour of his wealth, of a throne i S 2 8 (poem), Is 2 2 23 Je 14 21 17 12 ; a kingdom Est i 4 ; chariots Is 2 2 18 ; priestly robes Ex 28 240 (P); Lebanon Is 35 s 60 13 ; forest Is io 18 (fig. of royal might); trees EZ31 18 ; temple Hg 2"; restored holy land yj/ 84 12 Is 4 2S ; Jerus. Is 62 2 . c. of God, glory, (1) in historic theophanies: to Moses Ex 33 1822 (J); || Tm Nu 14 22 (JE) ; || ^*!| Dt 5 21 . P uses miV 'a for theophanies of the Exodus Ex 1 6»° 24 1617 40 3435 Lv g*"- 3 Nu 1 4 10 16 19 17 7 20 6 , cf. 2 Chs 14 = 1K8", 2 Ch7 12 - 3 ; so Ezek., Ez i 28 3 1223 io 4418 1 1 23 43" 44 4 ; with the variation bxif) ^Ss '3 Ez 8 4 9 3 io' 9 n 22 43 s , and 11331 Ez 3 23 ; the sacred tent was sanctified by the Glory Ex 29'" (P), and the temple was 'a fSB'p Dipp yj, 26 s ; when the ark was captured, the Glory went into exile from Israel 1 S 4 2122 . (2) in historic and ideal manifestations to the pious mind Yahweh's name is a name of glory ^72" Ne9 5 ; his eyes eyes of glory Is 3 s ; in the temple his glory is seen i^63 3 ; it is D'OBVI 7J? ■^ 1 13 4 ; pKfl bs by V' 57 6 ' 12 ; in a thunderstorm he is 11331 bXyj,2g 3 ; his glory is D?iVp-^io4 31 ; it is great ty 138 6 ; above all the earth 1^108"; the whole earth is full of it Is 6 3 ; the heavens are declaring bx 1133 ^ 19 2 ; with reference to the divine reign in«J>p inn '3, ^ 145' 2 ; 'a inn XP* + J 45'- (3) he is *" 3 ?- W? + 24 7 - 8 - 91010 ;