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Df?3 ^io3 19 (cf. i Ch 2 9 l! ), 119 21 Tl?5| &fr, i45 9 b)b "> 310, 1 Ch 2 9 121416 Dn n 2 , and esp. in Ec, as i 5 " 2 ,M7 3" i2 8 ^n ran, 2 16 roso ban,

1 P?] ^, v" 1 '- 20 6" 7 15 9 1 - 2 - 2 - 3 IO 319 1 1 6 . ^33, 

t Jb24 M (si vera 1.) |WB^ ^33 like oil men (i.e. like men in general). T7 , 73 adj. and subst. entire, whole, holo- caust, cstr. 7y3, fem. constr. rOvS : — 1. adj. Ezi6 14 (of Jerus.) the report »W1 W? <? ^3, 28 12 l^ ?y3 (of the king of Tyre) entire, per- fect in beauty; 27 s '.'S> n"?'i>3 ^ (of Tyre), La

16 (of Jerus.) V nW? na^f n^n nsn. . 2. 

subst. a. entirety, whole, Ex 28 31 thou shalt make the robe of the ephod l"l?3Jjl ?v3 a whole of purple (i.e. wholly purple); so 39 w ; Nu 4" rtan Ws 133; JU20 40 "vyn-Ws r6y nam nOPOtftl the whole of the city (perh. with allusion tomng.b); asadv.acc.,Is2 18 «lV W)3 B^Jfn} will pass away tw .entirety, wholly. b. as a sacrif. term, entire- or wAoZe-offering, holocaust, of a sacrifice consumed wholly on the altar (cf. Ph. ^3 CIS'- 1 ' 166 ' 167 ; US""- 9 ""- 237 ), usu. a des- criptive syn. of r6iy : Dt33 ,0 ^a«3 rniop **£ j inato ^5? Wai, ,/, 51 2 ' nbv pis ^nat pann ix &7?J, in app. 1 S 7" nwb b^a nbiv n&$*» ; of the priests' BOjp, Lv 6 15 lO^n W| nin^, y 16 bsxn bb rvnn Ws jnb nroo-bai; fi g . Dt 13 17 (of idol, city) rbbw ba-n«i •vyrrnN etoa nsicn T^K "6 W? and thou shalt burn the city and all its spoil as a whole-offering to l^'w'D'C n.m. perfection, i.e. (prob.) gor- geous attire, Ez 23 12 38 4 (of warriors) Wl? T L ' 7-^J n.xn. a thing made perfeot, i.e. (prob.) gorgeous garment (or stuff), Ez 2 7 24 'ji napii nban 'efcai D^baoa ipWi ran. T7 73?2 n..m. completeness, perfection, •^ go 2 ^B' ???D P'SD out of Zion, the perfection of beauty (cf. ?y3 1), hath God shined. II. 7 73 (assumed as vof foil., but dubious ; cf.NHnb; Aram.Snbji^i; Ar.i^Tj As. kalldtu, expl. by Dl rVoU31 "- (cf. Id HWB33 ») as prop, closed bridal chamber (ideogr.= closed chamber), fr. V S03 or n?3, thence bride (cf. Aarem); ace. to US* 136 '- 292 TIP'S = one closed in, or reserved (sc. for her husband); Ges al. one crowned (cf. Aram. etc. NP^a croum), but form much against this; No ZM01886,737 'ventures no explanation '). T n?3 n.f. daughter-in-law, bride ; — abs. '3 Je 2 T3S +i4t.; sf. inb Gnu 31 + 5t.; WTlfcl Ru i 22 + 2 t., etc.; pi. sf. n'rfo Ru i 68 , WTrtVj i 7 , DITTOS Ho 4 1314 ; — 1. daughter-in-law, in ref. to husband's father Gn 38 111624 (J), cf. 1 Ch z 1 S 4 19 Ez 22 11 Mi 7 6 Gn n 31 (P), Lv 18 15 20 12 (both H); husband's mother Ru i"- 822 2*> n 4 1S . 2. bride, usu. a. just before marriage Is 49 19 61 10 62 s Je 2 32 (all in sim., etc.), |||nn 7 M 16 9 25 10 33 11 Jo2 16 ; Ct 4 8 - 910 ' 1 - 12 5» b. also just after marriage =young wife Ho 4 1314 ; rd. n$WJ likewise 2 S 1 7 3 (for MT *% © We Dr KloKitBu. T [n 7173] n. f. betrothal ; — only pi. ■JJTipvS (cf. 'espousals') Je 2 2 thy betrothal-time diro). T ^73 n.pr.m. one of those who took strange wives Ezr IO 30 , © Xai)X, A XaXr/X, ©L XaXa/iavai. t [D 73] vb. only Niph. Hoph. be humi- liated, Hiph. humiliate (NH Hiph., id. ; Aram. D?3 Aph. Ithpe.; Ar. lii is wound; lii also speak to, converse with) ; — Niph. Pf. 2 fs. ^02331 consec. Je 2 2 M + 2 t. ; 1 s. ^Bpaj Je 3 1 19 Ezr 9 s , "nobjlsgo 7 ; 3pl.1»^3? Is45 16 + 2t.; Impf.3 fs. obsn Nu 12"; 2 fs. 'obri IS54 4 ; 3 mpl. »^p Is 41"+ 5 t.; 2 mpl. lOJ'Sn Is 45"; Imv. mpl. »Jan Ez 36 32 ; Inf. cstr. obsn Je 3 s 8 12 ; Pi. D&J f 74 21 ; mpl. D^a? 2Sio 5 +2t.; fpl. niD?33 Ez 1 6 ;7 ; — 6e humiliated, ashamed, put to shame, dishonoured, confounded: 1. be hu- miliated, ashamed, before men Nu 12 14 (E), 2 S 10 s = 1 Ch 19 6 , 2 S 19 4 , cf. ^ 74 21 ; before enemies (by defeat, etc.) Is 45" (|| Bna), 50 7 54 4 (Beta, ian); before God, sq. ? inf., *»^31 ^N »3B Dnnj> »r6K Ezr 9 6 (||ena); Je 3 3 Ez J6 27 - 54 (||nB^3 KfcO), 43«'" (all + fO caus.) 16 61 , so prob. Levites, at Hezekiah's reforms 2 Ch 30 5 . 2. be put to shame, dishonoured, con- founded, by judgments cf ' all ||C'ia: Je2 2~ (ft? of cause), Ez 36 s2 (id.), Je 31' 9 ('? of cause), 8 12 Is 4 1 11 4 5 ' 6 ( + n^33 ^n), ^ 35 < 6 9 7 ; + nan V. 40 15 70 3 . Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. sf. te?3n 1 S 20 34 ; 3 mpl. sf. QyD^an (Ges S53 ' 3E -«) 1 S25 7 ; Irnpf. D"5»a: Pr 28 7 ; 2 ms. sf. 13»^3m ^44'°; 2 mpl.

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