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487 Ez n 16 - 17 14 6 20 30 33 K 36 m ; Iff! P^> tEz 14 4 20 27 ; K33n p^fEz n 4 3 6 3 fej Is 28 14 51 21 Je 6 18 44 26 + . In answer to |JT. Nu 20 12 (P), 1 K 14 10 2 K 1" 2 1 12 22 20 Is 29" 30 13 Je i 9 6 +, Ez 5 8 i 3 23 + ; so, once, p?1 Is 8 7 ; to '3 Is 28 16 Je35 17 ; !>y Jeo"; DK 23™ 42". Special usages : — (a) idiom., in conversation, in reply to an objection, to state the ground upon which the answer is made ; Gn 4 1S there- fore — this being so — whoso killeth Cain, etc., 30" Ju 8 7 1 1 8 1 S 28 2 1 K 22 19 Jb 20 2 (© in Gn K Jb, not perceiving the idiom, renders olx ovrac (as though pTO) : so also strangely, else- where, as i S 3 14 2 K i 4 - 6 2 1 12 ). (6) inferring the cause from the effect, or developing what is logically involved in a statement, Is 26 14b (cf.De)lhereforethoxx hast visited and destroyed them (not a consequence of v a ' the dead rise not,' but the development of what is implicit in it), 6 1 7 Je 2 38 5 2 (because viz. n310N p« v 1 ), Jb 3 4 25 4 2 3 .— Zc 1 1 7 rd. [tfrn *&!$. e. t SHS hitherto (of time), as yet Ne 2 16 . f. f3"?V 145 upon ground of such conditions, therefore (in- troducing, more generally than ???, the state- ment of a. fact, rather than a declaration: never used in the phrases noted under p?), Gn 20 6 42 21 Ex 5 817 16 29 20" 1 S 20 29 28 18 2 S 7"* 1 K 20 23 Is f 9 16 i3 713 I5 47 16 9 " 17 10 21 3 Je5 627 io 21 12 8 20" 31" Ez7 20 2 2 4 3i 5 etc., ^i 5 42 7 45 3c (the poet's inference from "~ b ), v 8 no 7 Jb6 3 9 22 i7 4 20 21 etc, Cti 3 ; and regularly where the origin of a name, or custom, or proverb is assigned, Gn 2 24 'y E"S XT P~by, io 9 ffht ™l 1 1 9 S>33 rrov Nip p-by, 16" 19 22 21 31 25 30

6 s3 2 g M3i 30 6 3 2 s3 4 7 s2 Ex 1 3 15 1 5 s Nu 1 8 24 2 1 ** 

Dt io 9 (cf. 15 1115 19 7 24 1822 ), Jos 7 26 14 14 Ju 15 19 18" 1 S 5 s io 12 2 3 28 (? rd. so 27 6 ) 2 S 5 820 etc.; ?3'?yn tHb i 17 .— Est 9 26 the 2nd p b]) (unless dittogr.) points unusually onwards to H3"1 i>3 by mjNil on this account, on account, viz., etc. . )3 v. }tt ; in. v. I. J33; iv. }3 v. II. pa. f [17.33] vb. Pi. betitle, title, give an epithet or cognomen (NH id.; Aram. N33 ; Jia; Ar. J?)— Pi. Impf 1 s. sf. lj> vr>») l??^ ^CE>3 Is 4 5 4 / have called thee by thy name, giving thee a title (of honour ; cf.forconstruction Dr 5163 ); 3 ms. n33? bvr$T. Dt?31 44*, and with the name Israel he titles (himself), is hardly poss.; abs. he betitles, or makes use of a title, is unlikely; rd. prob. Pu., v. infr., in bad sense =give a flattering title: 7133$ iib D'IN'i'KI Jb 32 21 and unto man I do not give flattering titles (|| b*k <3.s Nft ttrbs); a bs. v 22 . Pu. Impf. n33* Is 44 6 Ae is be.titled (v. supr.; so X Bi Che Du ; || 3py DB'3 Xip', etc.) H33 f 8o 19 v. sub ;:3 p. 488. t 1713 n.pr.loc. appar. in Mesopot., '31 HC rjjfj EZ27 23 , © Xavaa; identif. dub.; = n3J>3 Thes and most; Co rds. n3.f>3; Mez 8udt 8* rr 34 prop, tin »js. JT133 v. njs p. 490. was v. rata P . 220, and mis' 1 sub n& , b33 v. iv. I? sub II. [33. I. |JD (-/of foil.; parallel form of fi3 ; be firm, substantial). fm. 13 n.m. base, pedestal, office (NH H33; Aram. «???, li)— abs. '3 Is 33 s3 1 K 7 31 (but v. infr.); 'sf. to Ex 3 o 18 + 11 1.; <|*8 Gn 40"; 'I? 41"; — 1. lit. base, pedestal, 1 K 7 31 (like) the work of a pedestal (Th VB), ace. to Sta zAw m,i883, lei, its p-nbyo is in wrong place, being orig. part of a gloss to v 35 ; — '3 in ™=thus, or is txt. err.; — D3"irr}3 Is 33 23 the base [support or socket) of their mast (so Thes and most); esp. of base of laver of tabernacle Ex 30 1828 31 9 35 16 38 s 39 39 40" Lv 8 n (all P). 2. office, place Gn 40 13 41 13 (both E); hence (late) 133-^5? in his place Dn 1 i*> M *> (i.e. in his stead, as his successor, cf. Germ, an seiner Stelle) ; ^5? om. v 7 . TW333 n.pr.m. (is firm); — 1. a Levite I Ch 15 22 © Kavevia, A Xayvena, ©L lt)(Ovt.as ; ■s "!?}? vW > ® I<X 0I " ar i A Xtiwwar, ©L Xovtviat. 2. an Izharite 1 Ch 26 M , © Xavtv(()ta(t). T^SS n.pr.m. aLeviteNe9 4 , N 01 A Xavavi, ©L Xwvfwar (B om.) ?1J33| Qr n.pr.m. v. ^3313 su b |». II. jJD (-/of foil.; meaning dubious; v. conj. inKo" 11(IOA " m ) fiv. J3(l) f 023, D33 n.[m.], mng. dub.; either gnat, gnats, gnat-swarm (so © 93 philo vit.Mo..i,p.w 0rigen Hom.4,6i n K I . ) aud most moderns), or [louse,] lioe (so <3 X Jos*"" -11- " -13 Boch Hl«r Z. II. II. l»t )asM ^ pl B^ll _ maggoty and esp. ^t'cei — abs. perh. |3 Is 51 6 (v. infr.); pl. B»|? Ex 8 1314 V' io5 31 , D33 Ex8 12 ; Ex8 1314 has, also, D33 prob. a mere Mas. device for D?3 (cf. Di), on account of preceding Tirn (on which see Ges^^Da 8 ""-* 119 ;; Sam. has CP33 through- out :— of Egyptian plague Ex 8 1213131414 (all P),