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T[i"r?3j adj. failing with desire, longing, only fpl. nn^ nibai nito ^J»J1 Dt 28 32 while thine eyes look and fail longingly for tliem (cf. vb. rfo Qal 2 b, and tfa >nfr.) t^HlVa Kt, Whs Qr n.pr.m. (? •/ I. fpa) — one of those who had strange wives Ezr IO 35 , © XrXxfia, A XfXia, ®L XfXtacroujS. f|V?3 n.m. 1. failing, pining; 2. anni- hilation (on format, cf. Lag 8 * 200 );— 1. cstr. &.?]> 1^? Dt 2S 66 failing of eyes (in longing, cf. foregoing, and v. Dr). 2. jnn }*^3 Is io 22 annihilation, strictly decided. t 1^/3 n.pr.m. one of Naomi's sons Ru i 25

9 , © K(ai<oVj XfXatwv, XeXfcop, ©E XeXAataj^ 

(on etym.cf. Jer.; vid.Lag 0nom,d * 62 ' ls ).. f II. [n .3£j n-[f-] completeness, perfec- tion ; — only pi. cstr. intens. anj ni?3D 2 Ch 4 21 perfections of gold = purest gold. — 1. >"y30 v. sub t6a. T rtTOn n.f. completeness, perfection ; — YP. Wi '""^j" V' 1 19 96 <o a^ perfection have I seen an end. T JT/p/jl n.f. end, completeness -'n abs. Jb 11 7 28 s ; cstr. Ne 3*' + 2 t.;— 1. end, Tinyi '131 JV3 Ne 3 21 even unto the end of the house of Eliashib; T^rrD? liK 'my Jb26 10 unto the end of ( = boundary betw.) light and darkness; -ipin KW1 'rr^abl 28 3 anJ to every end (=to the farthest limit)' he exploreth; KSDR %* 'my Jb 1 1 7 unto the end of Shadday wilt thou reach (so as to know him fully)? 2. completeness, as ace. of manner (Da 8jnM TOb ) &!&$ fW»b> Tl ^ 1 39 112 «,t'3 M-I 2:1 (cf. 0^3))— '3 abs. Je i8 4 +'; $•0 1 S 17 49 2 1 6 ; cstr. y-3 Ho I3 1S + ; sf. ffft Dt 23^; pi. D^l Ex 22 6 + ; cstr. "!?3 Gn 24 53 + ; sf. $| Gn 3 1 37 + 2 t. ; 1^3 Gn 2 7 3 Ez 1 2 4 ; «^3 1S9 7 ; 03^3 Gn 43" + ; Dnv-3 Jos 7" + ;— 1. in gen., article, object, made of any material, thing, esp. thing of value 3nt '3 1 S 6 s ' 5 (images of mice, etc.), personal or household property Gn3i 87 - 37 (E; v b <3"y-3 fc>), 45 2<, (E), _ JV3 k tfjata Nei 3 18 , J0S7" (JE), Db i« «W| Ex 22 6 (E) money or articles (property), '§ y? Jb28 17 (appar. coll.); things carried, A. = stuff, load, baggage {impedimenta) 1 S 17 22 ' 22 , appar. = baggage-train io 22 25 13 30 24 Is io 28 ; (cf. Gn 31 37 supr.); n?ia OS things of exile, i.e. the most necessary articles, such as exiles may take, Je 4 6 19 Ez 1 2 3 - 4 b - 7 b , cf. v 4 *• 7 *; = ornaments or jewels Gn 2 4 M (J; 3Ht '31 e]D3 '3, prob. = ornaments), SOI '31 «1D3 '3 also Ex 3** n 2 12 35 (all E) ; Is 6i 10 , Ex 35 M Nu 31 50 , nbyo •£? V" (all P), igj ty p r te » (i n n g.) ( -in-wan 'a Ez i6 17 - 39 23 M (all in fig.); riB*n? ;>3 as merchandise Ez 27"; cb? as cargo of ship ion 1*$ nBfrTJ 7^ arm f|D3 ?J"]?'Jos6 19 - 24 (JE; spoil of war); of any house- hold article (on which one sits) Lv 1 g 4 - 6 - 22 - 23 26 (all P); of skin Nu 3i 20 , or wood v 20 (P); ^3 nTOn Na 2 10 precious thing, so Ho 1 3 15 (fig.), Je 25 34 (sim.), 2 Ch 32 s7 Dn 1 1 8 , itfwn $3 2 Ch 20 25 (appar. = ornaments) ; also ^3 fBn"px '03 Je 2 2 s8 (fig. of Coniah, || pS3 IJJ3J, 3Xy), Ho 8 8 (sim.; cf. Je 48 s8 infr.) ; f specif, of garments (one's 'things'): T$T7$ Dt 22 5 (||n#K *&$?), so "^3 "lij? Lv 1 3 49 (cf. "fa ri3N^t? v 48 ), v 52 - 63 ■ 57MM (all P). 2. utensil, implement, apparatus: + a. imple- ment of hunting and (esp.) war, =weapon Gn 27' (J), 1 S 20 40 2 1 9 (^3 DJ) '3-in CIS), 1 K n 8 = 2 Ch 23 7 , 1K11" Is 54 1617 Je 22 7 ; prob. also NU35 32 , ^.na y? v 16 , TTTS »^f v 18 (all P); b DDn Gn 49 s (poem); TTWQ <fy g z ^ free, / 3 v 2 ; fig. of God's weapons nie-$3 ^ 7 14 (||VSn) ; i»yt '3 Is 1 3 s Je 5o 2s ; of entire equipment of warrior, armour or armament offensive and defensive 1 S 17 54 (cf. v 5 *), 21 66 (v. Dr 8 ™ 139 - 293 ), 3i 910 =i Ch io 910 ; hence (V^J) D'Jfj xfe'J ar- mour- or weapon-bearer Ju 9 s4 1 S f^*4W***» .17 l6 !l 3I 4.4.5.6_ j QJj I0 4.4. 5> 2 g l8 15 ^T... , Q^

1 39 ; fig. d*STS ^ ^?1 Is 32 7 a»ui a yfcnaw, his 

weapons (i.e. devices, Che 'machinations') are evil; more precisely '"iDnpt? y3 Ju 18" 1617 1 S 8 1S 2 S 1 s7 Dt i 41 Je 2 1 4 so^fig.), Ez 32 s7 1 Ch 1 2 s4 (van d. H v 33 ); nonf'v Sa^ ^3 1 Ch 12 38 (van d. H v 37 ) ; 2"Jp ^3 Ec 9 18 ; V^>3 n"? 2 K 20 13 = Is 39 2 is perh. armoury; '3 Ez 40 42 is sacri- ficial knife. +b. instrument of music y3 y$@) Am 6 5 1 Ch 15 16 16 43 2 Ch 5 13 7" 23" 34'='; TJ '^? 29 262! , n^H -i"Er'3 Ne 12 36 ; ^33 y3

  • 71*. By"?} '3 1 Ch 16 6 ; 0^3 alone 1 Ch 23 s ",