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Je 27 s 32 17 ; he is 03-31 + 147 5 , cf. Wt 31 Is 63' Jb 23"; also nb-^lJ Na i 3 ; nb p?K Is 4c. 28 Jb 9 «, nb-S'ab 37°; rtWD nb fm' the power of his works ; 032 * ?ip ip- 2 9* (of thunder) ; specif, of his wisdom (rather peculiarly, Elihu) 3? nb 1*23 Jb 36 s mighty in strength of mind. 4. of animals : wild ox Jb 39 11 , horse v J1 , hippopot. 40 16 , bullock Pr 14 4 ; he-goat Dn 8 6 , ram v 7 . 5. strength, of soil i. e. produce, Gn 4" (J), Jb 31 39 ; (Ho 7 9 v. 1. c suvr.);=wealth (cf. ?0) Pr 5 10 Jb 6 s2 . ' L ' U~J ▼&• paint (eyes) (NH id.; Aram. ^3,^^,. Eth. hvftrt: Ar. j^T)— only in I3l" 1JW ^ n ? 9?51 Ez 23" (Co rds. 3 pi.);— v. also Tp9. TfirH 3 vb. be disappointing, deceive, fail, grow lean (NH £"03 grow lean; Hiph. convict of falsehood, refute; Aram. B'DS grow lean; NBTQ leanness, tityvro leanness, weak- ness ; Aph. as NH Hiph.) — Qal Pf. 3 ms. GfO E*n3 *fj& ^ j 09 2< my flesh hath grown lean (away) fr. fatness (|| Ditt? 1^3 >313). ITiph. 7»ip/. $ T?!* «*Tq Dt 33 s9 thine enemies shall cringe (come cringing, i.e. orig. act deceptively, feigning obedience) to thee (cf. also Pi. 3, Hithp.) Pi. Pf. 3 ms. B*[13 iKif Hb 3 17 ; E'roi consec. (bef. monosyll.) Lv 5 M Jb 8 18 , etc.; Impf. (H$) B>ri3< Ho 9 2 ; 3 fs. tfrnni Gn 18", etc.; Infabs. e*J| Ho 4 2 Is59 13 ; cstr. Zc 13 4 ;— 1. decetVe, abs. Gn i8 l5 (J), Jos 7" (JE), Ho 4 2 (SProi n?N together = false swearing ace. to We aPr : + e iwi abai nirm, c f. "N^i w'«n *6 wop e^k nipt-n soi wran Lv 1 9 11 (H) ; '3 jyp? Zc 13 4 iro order to deceive; sq. J 5 pers. 1K13 18 Jb 3 1 28 ; sq. 3 pers. et rei Lv 5 21 , 3 rei v 22 . 2. ac< deceptively against (i.e. seem to acknowledge, but not really do so), sq. 3 pers. Jos 24 s7 (E), Je 5 12 Is 59" Jb 8 18 , appar. also H3 '3' Eni'm H09 2 and new wine shall deny her (Isr.; i.e. refuse to acknowledge her as its mistress, not yield itself to her); abs. Pr3<) 9 . 3. cringe = come cringing (make shew of obedience, v. Niph.), sq. 3 pers. -f 18 45 (Hithp. in || 2 S 2 2 46 ); sq. p pers. ^ 66 3 81 16 . 4. disappoint, fail, abs. rn nb'jp 5?n3 Hb 3 17 the product of the olive hath failed (in sense comp. Ho 9 2 supr.) Hithp. Impf. 'b V^qaT 2 S 22" shall come cringing to me (|| jr 18 45 , v. supr.)

    • •*. lying.

ttt?TO n.m. Jb ' e ' 8 1. lying. 2. leanness;— abs. '3 Ho i2' + 2t.; Cn| Hoio 18 ; sf. Tn? Jb 16 8 ; pi. sf. DH'B'n? Ho 7 s ;— 1. lying, D^3K '3 '""IS Ho io 13 ye have eaten the fruit of lying; f (U n Vl)» I2 ')' of Nineveh, HK$0 piS '3 Na3* of lying (and) robbery it is full; ^ 59 13 (|| >"y?). 2. of Job's affliction Jbi6 8 wiy leanness hath risen up against me (cf. ifr 109 24 ; $ J Gn 41 s7 , Ec 1 2 s ; Talm. NBTD ; >wm/ lying, i.e. my afflic- tion regarded as a lying witness, Di Buhl al.) t [tt?ri3] adj . deceptive, false (on format, v. Ba 1 ™ 50 Ges S84b )— DTD? D^3 Is 30 9 (|| TO Dy).

conj. that, for, when (Moab. id. : Ph. 3. 

Prob. from the same demonstr. basis found in la liere, and in certain pronouns, as Aram. 1R this ("W 80 mt ); perh. also ultim. akin with ?$ that, in order that, and %J> then, enclit., like Lat. nam in quisnam ?) — 1. that (on, Germ. dass): a. prefixed to sentences depending on an active verb, and occupying to it the place of an accus.: so constantly, after vbs. of seeing, as Gn i 10 3iD ^3 D-r6« W$ and God saw that it was good, 3 6 6" i2 14 + oft., hearing 14" 29^, know- ing 22 12 24", telling 3 11 12 18 , repenting 6 67 , swearing Gn 22 16 Je 22 s , believing Ex 4 s La 4 12 , remembering V' 78 3S , forgetting Jb 39"; 1DK = command (late; in early Heb. the words said are quoted) Jb 36 1024 (131 in a command) 37 20 " 1 Ch 2 1 18 (contrast 2 S 24 18 ) etc.; '3 310 it is good that . . . 2 S i8 3 + (v. p. 374 b : usu. the inf. c, as Gn 2 18 ; v. ibid.); Gn 3 f 6 V j 3T ia JirH *J what profit that we should slay (impf.) . . J Mai 3 14 what profit V~ V) that we have kept (pf.) . . . 1 Jb 2 2 3 V? »TS$ Y&m ig it plea- sure to Shaddai that . . . ? after pron., jr 4 1 12 by this I know that thou hast pleasure in me, that my enemy cannot triumph over me, 42 s tliese things will I remember . . . that (or how) I used to go, etc., 56 10 this I know that God is for me, Jb 13 16 (sin). And with "■B repeated pleon. after an intervening clause 2S19 7 Je 26 15 + ; '31 ... , 3Gn 3 6 29 12 Ex 4 31 Jos2 9 8 21 io 1 1 S 3 i 7 '2S 5 12 tKii* 1 J«40?-"; "31 . . . -tottb Gn 45 M Ju io 10 . b. '? often in- traduces the direct narration (like J, ^1, and the Gk. on recitativum, e.g. Luke 4 21 ), in which case it cannot be represented in English (except by inverted commas), Gn 21 30 29 s3 and she said, ^ VOB* s 3 Yahweh hath heard, etc. ; Ex 3 12 = Ju 6" and he said, ^S? njn^f »| I will