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"03 ti. "VffSl adj. et nom. gent, of i. J$?33 ; — usu. ma.' "3j)33(n) Gn 38 s Nu 21 1 +; fs. ^5?33n Gn 46 ,0 =Ex6 ,5 1 CI12 3 ; mpl. D'3y33(n) Ob^'Ne 9"; — 1. adj. '3 B*K Gn 38 s (J). 2. c. art. as subst., a. of individual, '3H ^Jpl^O Nu 21 1 (J) and hence 33 40 (P or R); f. TPflpfn Gn 46 ,0 = Ex6 15 (i>) rn£i3n JW>fa 1 Ch 2 3 . b. usu. coll. (c. art.) of pre- Isr. in- habitants of |5»3 (q. v.) Gni2 6 24" 7 5o u (all J), Nu 2 1 3 (J), Jos 13 3 (D), Ju i"***, many of whom continued to live in the midst of Isr., v 37 - 28 - 29 - 29 - 30 - 32 - 33 Jos 16 1010 i7 M - u -"- 18 (all JE 1 K 9 16 ; pi. only Ob " and EWJJJSTl ftf} *3^ Ne 9 24 ; '3n ninEtro Gn io 18 , '3H f>OJ v 19 (both J), '3? H? Ex 13" (JE), Ez 16 3 ; oft. of part of the inhabit., H? 1 ? '??" ^?1 ' 31 ? Jos 7' (JE), Dt n 30 ; with other n.pr.gent., + T}?? Gn 13 7 34 30 (both J), Ju i 45 , + , 1»Nn Dt I 7 J0S5 1 13 4 (all D); +m 2 S 2 4 7 ; + (i?.^?l{ Nu i 4 *" M ; esp. in the list of peoples dispossessed by Isr., Gni 5 2 ' Ex 3 817 13 s 2 3 P" 33 2 34 » Nui 3 » ('3n dwelling by the sea and along Jordan [cf. Dt i 7 1 1 30 Jos 5 1 1 1 3 13 4 ] ; all these JE), Dt 7 1 20 17 Jos 3 10 9 1 n 3 12 8 24 11 (all JED), Ju 3 3 - 5 ; hence Ezr 9 1 Ne 9 s . Cf. Dr Dt >> u ' ■".•*.«». tn. ^VZS n.m. trader, merchant (cf. 11. ?5>33) ; only sg. (but v. infr.) :— niV '3 njpj t6) "» rraa ZC14 21 (prob.); 's£ njn; liani i> r 3 i 24 (II nbc'rn nnipy pp). in Zc i'i 7 - 11 rd. perh.

  • S»3(h f or »}V f?(^), ® Xavavaioi, Xavaavlnv,

g ta ZAW.wi.se ( who comp ftg tQ senge Hq I2 8 X) cf. Kb We Marti. Tn35*33 n.pr.m. 1. father of proph. Zedekiah 1 K 22 1 ' 24 = 2 Ch I8' 023 (@ Xavaw, Xaava, Xavava). 2. a Benjamite I Ch 7 10 (© Xavaav, Xavavav).

  • pD V of foil. (mng. dub. ; Ar. J^S fence

in, enclose, and Aram. ^33 collect, assemble, are denom.) J133 w n.f. • ««■ ■ (nt. Ez 7 2 Kt, but cf. Qr and Co ; also appar. 2 Ch 3 1113 , but v. Be), wing, extremity (NH id.; Aram. N233, Jais; Zinj. ntno «)333 TDK, fig. for attached himself to the party of his lord, Punammu DMr.Lii cf - Zc8 23 ^ 2 a infr.); DHM tads ' h ' i8 ; Ar. i_iIST As. kapjm, Eth. Ifity ;— abs. '3 Gn i 21 +; cstr. *)33 iK6 S4 + ; sf. "EM Ez 16 8 ,

  • |ET3 Ru 3 9 , iB33 Hg2 12 ; du. MniK8 ? +

(even of moi-e than two, Is 6 22 Ez i 6 - 2 '); cstr. ^33 Ex 19 4 ; sf. T9J 3 Ez 5 3 , ^S33 J e 2 M , VM3 Is8 8 + ; n"S33 Ho 4' 19 Mai 3 20 ; DrVB33 x K 6* + ; J!TB33 Ez I 24 ' 25 ; pi. csti-. DiB33 Dt 22 12 + 4 t. ; — 1. wing, ta. of birds Is io' 4 (in fig.), Ex 19 4 (E t R t fig.) Dt 32" (in sim.), Zc 5 9 Lvi' 7 (P), Jb 39 1326 * 68 14 ; in fig. of invading king Je 48 40 49" Ez 17 37 ; so appar. Is 8 8 of invader as overflowing river (but Du Che separate •PB33 niDO njni from preceding) ; of riches, as flying away Pr 23 s ; in phr. 133 "ii3X = winged birds Dt4 17 x// 148 10 , '3^3 liBX(t3^) Ez 39 417 , '3-bl nisx ^3 Gn 7 14 (P), Ez 17 23 , '3 rfV Gn i 21 (P), + if; also '3 ^3 Pr i"=ztcdnged thing, cf. D^B33n-^3 Ec io 20 . fb. of insects (prob.), E^33 ?Sp2f }HK Is 18 1 buzzing, or humming of wings, i. e. Ethiopia, so called from its swarms of flies, with especial ref. poss. to the tsetse-fly (so Du, cf. Che; id., in gen., HiDe; >Kn Di of the trojiicid shadow falling both ways; Thes 1167 b of noise of the wings of an army ; ref. to sails as wings — cf. v 2 — would be suit- able, but bspX does not favour this). C. of cherubim 1 K 6 24 - 24 - 24 - 24 + 8 t. K, cf. 2 Ch 3 n "- + 6t. Ch, Ez I «+i7t. Ez, Ex 25*

(all P). td. of seiaphim Is 6". te. of women in Zee's vision Zc 5 99 . tf. fig. of the wind, Ho 4 19 + 1 8" = 2 S 2 2 ", ^ 1 04 3 . t g. fig. of the dawn (winged sun-disc 1) jr 139 9 , cf. of sun of righteousness Mai 3 20 . tb. fig. of "*, as protector of his people ^ 17 8 36 s 57 s 61 5 63 s 91 4 B.U2 12 . +2. extremity:— a. of garment = skirt, corner, or loose flowing end, I S 15 27 24 561212 Dt 22 12 23 1 27 20 Je 2 s4 (fig.), Ez 5 3 16 8 (in fig.), Hg 2 1212 Zc 8 s3 Nu 15 3838 (P; cf. RS

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Is 24 16 from the end of the earth; elsewhere pi. 'Sn niB33 Jb 37 3 38 13 , and, def. 'NH '3 Jfif$ Is 1 1 12 the four corners of the earth; so of the holy land Ez f.—QriVO D'SIpE 1 1??-^ Dn g 77 is obscure; Meinh. reads, after Vrss., 133, on tlie corner (of the altar) is a devastating abomi- nation; < Kue omenook*, 11.47s Bev, who rd. fos3j? in its place, instead of it. t L^:?] vb - denom. fr. 133 2. only Niph. be cornered, thrust into a corner, or aside; — Impf. 3 ms. fl™ "W *[*& *&) IS30 20 and no more shall thy teachers be thrust into a corner (cf. Di); > others, who render hide themselves, (cf. Ar. i_jUi enclose, guard, but this rather for protection). ijD (poss. V of foil.; meaning unknown).