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P3 460 fetters (U^T!?); pi. cstr. Vo ^333 1DK i 49 «  (ii m- J20 (Vof foil, mng. dub.; NH J33, Aram. J33, ^o = wrap round, wrap up). Tp33 n.pr.loc. in Judah Jos 15 40 poss.= foil., © Xafya, @L XaftSu. trU33*3 (van d. H W33D) n.pr.loc. 1 Ch 2 49 (represented as having Nit? for father ; poss. = foregoing), © Ma^a^oa, ©L Max&ava. "H333T3 n.pr.m. a hero of David 1 Ch 1 2 14 . [D33] vb. (tread), wash (NH id.; Ph. D33 as pt.; As. kabdsu, tread (down), subju- gate, kibsu, step, path, D1 HWB ) — Qal Pt. only D3i3 rnfe> nppO highway of fuller's ( = treader's, washer's) field Is f 36 2 = 2 K 18 17 . Pi. Pf D33} consec. Lv 13"+ 11 1.; D33Gn49 u 2Si9 25 ,etc; Impf. D33^Lvn 25 +l6t.;2ms.sf.3p33n^ 5I 9 j etc.; Imv. sf. 'JDS? 51 4 ; fs. 'P33 Je 4' 14 ; Pt. pi. D*D33D Mai 3 2 ; — 1. wash garments (i.e. by treading)'Ex 19 1014 (E), 2 S 19 25 ; fig. of Judah Gn49 ]1 ; elsewhere chiefly P : Lve 20 !!" 6 ' 28 ^ 6 ' 34 15 11 Nu 8"+ ; || }Tn ( w hich —wash person) Lv •aoo I4 8.» l5 5.6.7. 8 ..o.i. + ( / 3 inLv27t . ; ||'i i 5 t.; in Nu8t, || '"I 3 t.); ft.=fuller (cf. Qal), only '3D IV13 Mai 3 2 . t2. wash person, only poet. and fig. "W33 'pson dn j e 2 22 ; 'Hsb njno *D32 4 14 ; c. sf. v 5 1* (II **» ; + Jty9) ; ▼* ( il 8 ^)- t p». iy D331. consec. Lv 13 68 15 17 6« washed, of garment.' tHothp. (Ges 564-3 ) 7n/ D32H *iriK l?33n~n&< Lv 1 3 55 after the plague is washed out, so V 58 . f I. [ 1 33] vb. be much, many (As. kabd ru, be great, mighty ; kabru,great, huge ; Ar. be great, in body, rank, or age,^~5 great, noble, aged; Eth. h-fl& be honoured, magnified; tlOrd honoured, glorious; Sab. epith. 133 Hal 1 "' 8 **' ja.ixk.is74.no.*>. Syr- J^ ^s/'for Heb. tff, nsin, ;.^o (rare) much; Zinj. 6e abundant, numerous) — Hiph. (only Elihu) wa£e many, Jb 35 16 133: pjw njn ^33 (c£ "inoK afjjj 34 ») >make great, Bu 801 " -138 , comparing 8 2 ; I'MD with the force of a subst. (Ew }160 °) 36 31 "VffSHf 73X JJV giveth food in abundance ( = prose 317, e.g. 2 Ch 1 1 23 ). T"V33 adj. great, mighty,much,onlypoet., and only Jb Is 1 : — Is io 13 Qr (but rd. as Kt T3N3), i7 15 and 28 2 D'103 D'D (usu. tftjft D'D), Jb8* *)*D nON T-33 mil a wi^% wind, 15 10 D»C T3SD n"33 (Ges 5 131 ' B 6 *) = a^d; of God, 34" pns T33 the just mighty one, 36 s ', v* 3.b PI3 '3 mighty in strength of understanding ; 34 s * 0*1*33 mighty men ; of quantity =much, Isi6 14 •va? vfb iyn? cytp ik£ Jb 3 i 25 *r ntwo 1*33 •» had gotten much. T [i"H33] n.f. appar. distance, only in the phr. pS(n) 11133 a distance of land or length 0/ way, Gn 35 16 nrrjBN Niab 'n '3 niy w, 4 8 7 nniBN tab 'n '3 lira, 2 K5 19 nj? ' 3 ,p, nd 1^1- The distance meant is uncertain, but fr. 2 K 5 19 it would seem to have been a short one ; v. fur- ther Di Gn *• 16 and Thes (As. kibrdti is a (widely extended) territory, quarter of the world, etc., d1 hwb sis . according to Hoffm. GQA ** - **** (1890) ' 23 - 26 perhaps the distance that one can see). f 1. "133 adv. (late) already (freq. in Mish. and NH ; 3! "133 (rare); Syr. iio usu. perhaps, occas. already (Mt n 21 Hb io 2 ); Mand. 1N33 already, No**"*. Der. uncertain, connexion with </l33 being dub.) — already, Ec I 10 133 njn it hath already been, 2 1216 3 1516 4 2 6 10 9". ' ■f 11. "133 u.pr.fl. KSbar, a river (or perhaps a canal) of Babylonia, not at present identified, by wh. the exiles, among whom Ez. ministered, were settled ; always in the phr. 133 1113 Ez i 1J

16 - 23 io 152022 43 3 (cf. Sm E ' 1-1 Del 1 
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II. I ^J (v of foil.; 1 to intertwine, net; NH 133 sift is denom. fr. H133). T [T33] n.[m.] prob. something netted, i.e. either a quilt or (Ew H-3-77 Ke) a fly-net (icava- niiov) spread over the face while a person was asleep ; 1 S 19 1316 D*??n 1 , 33 a quilt (or fly-net) of goats(' hair). Vid. further Dr* dl ° 0- Tm33 n.f. a sieve (aw«<-like implement), Am 9 9 H1333 jflj* 1B»K3 as it (corn) is shaken (i.e. sifted)' in a sieve.' Cf. Wetzst ZPVl * -Iff- T132?3 n.[m.] a netted cloth or coverlet ;

K 8 1S of the cloth which Hazael dipped in 

water, and spread over Ben-hadad's face to smother him.

  • 3 n.m. grating or lattice-work, cstr.

133D ;— Ex 2f 4 and thou shalt make for it (the altar of burnt-offering in the tab.) nk»J|p 133D WTO nen a grating, (even) a network of bronze, which surrounded the lower half of the altar (v 5b ): so 38 4 ; nfnsn 133D 35 16 3 8 b =° 39 s9 .