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them v 9 , Gf Ke; Gie prop. ?=?), ^6i 9 fTO 15 yay (Hi yfflh im P lied in y6 " 8 )' 6 3 3 ■T? 8 '- innn (sc. with the longings of v 2 ), v 6 11 «n3^3-i2K (sc. lion 3i| v 4 ), 65'° njpn I? '? (i.e. so generously, V 10 ), 90 12 r$T » tt^R ni3tpb (Hi * n«T3 v"), 127 2 8JB> *l , "f? fW 13 (sc. as abundantly ; but Che P?), Pr 24" (see v' 3 ), Is52 14 ^Kip E^KO nn^a J3 (sufficiently to justify IWI T^P 100^)- c - P occurs freq. in partic. phrases, as (a) with rPn, esp. p W and it was so Gn i 7911 + , 2 K 2 10 if thou seest me taken from thee p "jfrw let it be to thee so (sc. as thou desirest), 7 20 , with n&JI (esp. W., WjH) Gn 29 s8 4 2 20 45 21 + oft., Ju 7' 6 «"£) -3BD ife^in pi, +'b G1142 25 p nni> t?jn, EX22 29 23"

  • ? r*W p, Dt 22» 2 S 12" 1 K 1 1 8 (cf. 6» 7 18 );

Gn 29 M 13DipD3 p nfe>£ SO, 34' 2 S 13 12 ; rarer usages, 13 "»?1 Ex6 9 | p 1DK 1K22 8 , WTO* J3 Ez 11 5 33'°, "" "# 13 I 1 ?? 1 K i 36 (cf. Je 28 6 ), }3 JJT UN TIKE* D31 1 S 23' T; ; J3 2™ (idiom.) to love (it) so, tJe5 31 Am 4 5 ; (6) Gn 50 s p S D'tspnn ^ 1SOO' (cf. Ju 14 10 2 S 13 18 Est 2 12 ); (c) alone, ?3 D« if it be so tGn 25 s2 43 11 ; tWJ!J p-s 1 s 5 7 , 'r*! w 1 -' Jb 9 2 ; ( d ) P *& not so (viz. as has been described or implied), with a subst. Nu 12 7 nu*D nay p s6, 2 S 20 21 23 s ^ 1* Jbg^ HOJ> MK pTJTSS not so am I with myself (i.e. I am not conscious of being one who would fear him, v a ), with a vb. Dt 18 14 nntO ' H "]b jni p tib (not so, — viz. as implied in v a ), 2 S 18 14 Is io 7 HBT p tO, 3B>m p ttb, absol. Gn 48 18 '3K p t6 Ex io 11 . . Often, to emphasize the agreement, in answer to 3, and "lE'KS : viz. a. }3 . . . 3, (a) Gn 44 10 =Jos 2 ,1 '».T|3 D3 ,- Un3 ace. to your words, so be it, 1 S 25 s5 WTJI 1DBO •S, ^ 48" Pr 23' KVTJ3 (after conj. i»3), EZ42 11 jarrj p rfw?; (6) Lv 27 12 njn; "p ifiy?, S 13 s5 Nu8 4 9 14 15 20 Dt8 M Ju ii'°, so "after 'D3 Nu 6 21 ; (c) . . . p . . . 5>33 1 S 8 8 2 S 7 17 Je'42 6 ; (d) in similes, (a) 2 S 14 17 p 'xn -|N$>D3 -£on -nx, Jei8 6 f i2 3 2 127 4 Pr io 26 26 8 - 1 27 s " Ct 2 2S ; 0) Jo 2 4 fWVV J? D'BhM, Ig 31' 38 14 Vrio3 ,6 Pr26 1 - 2 ; (y) ^42 2 p . . . jiyn TVO '31 ""PSi like the hind which etc., 83 16 Is 61" 63" Jb 7 s , so after 103 Is 2 6 17 ; («) Je2 26 fifty ^2

p ... 333, 6 7 34 5 (rd. niSltW?), Ez 2 2 M 

(cf. r»), 23" 34 12 ; cf. (of degree) 35" (om. © Co), H04 7 7 WBn p 13313. Of time (un- common) 1S9" Ink fwpwn p ■vjfn D3K33. b. tEzr io 12 nie>j& wi>y I'isia p. c. "f^jl . . . |3 . . ., (a) Ex 7' 1BT> p '< mY -IBto, I2 28 - 60 ^ (cf. 27"), Nu 8 s2 (cf. 5 4 ), 1 7 26 36 10 Jos 14 5 (all P); Gn4i 13 n H n p ins "Igto, Jos io 1M 1 1 15 Ju i 7 i5" b yjr 48'; (6) (freq.) Nu 2" «IJ! 1^3 IJJD^ |3, Ex 1 12 (of degree = </te wiore ...the more) P*b? pi nar p ink «jr -ib'N? ; ( c ) Gn 6 M fco nfeT> p ro'n^N inx niv nE : N, Ex 39 32 - 42 40 16 Nu i H 2 M 8 20 9 5 (all P), cf. Ex 25' (PI), simil. 2 S 9 11 2 K 16", cf. Jos i 17 Je 42 20 ; (d) Ex 27 s nty'to ibV p -m fiffl), 2 S i6 19 1 K 2 38 Is 20 4 52"'-; with the same vb. repeated Lv 24 1920 Dt 28 s3 B"K* p . . . . fct* 1E'N3, Jos 23 15 I S 15 33 26 24 1 K i 37 Is io" Je 5 19 3 1 28 32 42 42 18 Ez 12 11 20 M Zc 7 13 Pr 2 4 M ; Nu 14 28 p Dni31 Trtp N^ DN nb'J)X, Is 14 24 , so after xiri io", after assevera- tive '3 2 S 3 9 1 K i 30 ; so 13 .... f VWfrh^ tEc 5 16 ; («) Ju 7 17b p'cjjn p ncysitTM, Lv 27 14 Nu i 5 14 ,cf.Je 3 9 12 ; (/) in similes, Dti2 22 22 26 Am 3 12 Is 65 s Je 13 11 . td. . . .1S?X3 p, (a) Ex 7 10 '< niV "Wta p VKTJ^ , v 20 Jos 4 8 2 S 5 s5 Ez 1 2 7 , cf. Gn 50 12 Nu 8 3 ; iron. Am 5" lE'tO D3n« "> p If Dm»N, Ex 1 o 10 ; (6) Gn 1 8 5 ni3T nE'N3 n'BTfn p, Ne 5 12 . — Occasionally in poetry lE'XS is not expressed : Is 54" (De), 55 9 Je 3 20 Jb 7 s Ho 1 1 2 Dn"3S» 13^n p nrb W>p (of degree : so = in the same proportion), ^48" Won p INI HCH (i.e. in the same measure that they saw); Je 33 s2 (ace. to many, but dub.; rd. prob. nB*X3 Gie) it is represented by "MM (so Is 54 s Hi Ew Di): Ju 5 U 3 is not expressed. — Na I 12 is prob. cor- rupt; Zc ii" for "3V p rd. '3.S33.— H3, H33, nK13 are syn., but differ considerably in usage. 3. With prepositions:— a. P~inS, p-nn« j P^in^P, lit. after so, i.e. afterwards: v. ins. b. tP? (late), lit. in such circumstances, i.e. thereu/nm, then, Ec 8 10 Est 4 16 (I P33 oft. for IK; e.g.Exi5'; Syr*"™- ^ls=t6t ( ). c. t~iO? |3 Is 5 1 6 , ace. to some, like so, i.e. (Vrss Rabb) in like manner, or (De) like this (accompanied by a contemptuous gesture)=like a mere nothing: but v. iv. p. d. P? 200 according to such conditions, that being so, tlierefore Nu 16 11 I S 27" ty 16 9 73 610 ; esp. in proph., where it often introduces, after statement of the grounds, a divine declaration or command : Ju io 13 2 K i 6 Am 4 12 Is 5 13 - 14 - 24 7 14 io 16 16 7 27" Je 6 16 8'° etc.; '» 1DK P3 $b 2 K 2 1 12 Is io 24 28 16 29 12 30 12 37 s3 Je 5 14 6 21 + oft.; sq. JHNn DS3 Is i 24 ; ^ D«3 1 S 2 30 Je 2 9 ; '■> DX3 D'N3 D'D' H3H pb Je 7 32 16 14 i 9 6 + ; '" QMS '3N 'n pi> Ez 5' 1 35"' Zp 2 9 ; pi> ....^sn iKi4 10 Ho2 816 Is29 14 Jei6 21 Ez 16 37 2 2 19b 25 4 ' 7 - 9 + ; lbNp^tEx6 6 Nu2 5 ,2 (bothP),