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D^CD

  • P

tD'CB n.m. appar. (si vera 1.) term, techn. for some beam in a house, perhaps rafter, or girder ( T H id., Levy, Jastrow, but ace. to Hoffm ZAWI11881 ' 71 it is changed fr. oblong block of -wood (O. T.) to a building- stout, or brick in Mish.) ; — only Hb 2 11 for a stone out of the wall crieth out, HMJC YV® '31 and a rafter out of the timber-work answereth it.

  • 123 vb. bend, bend down, be bent,

bowed (XH bend, overturn, As. kap&pu, bend, bow, D1 HWB847 ; Ar. ^1^ fell a seam, also turn back, avert, *I5 selvage, *-J,J& circuit, rim; Aram. H? 3 , as bend, curve; Palm. tfn33 niclve, from t|D3 curve ace. to Vog 1,0 - 70 ' I ' M );— Qal Pf. 'V22 '3 jr 5^ tny soul is bowed down; Inf. cstr. (trans.) te>tn |bj*3 t|b£ Is 58 s to bend down, like a rush, his head. Pt.j>ass. ffWD^(PJ) those bowed down, in distress, humiliation, etc., ^145" 1 46 s . Nipli. Impf. 1 s. TfV^ *!?* Di">D Mi 6 6 with what shall I bow myself (in worship) toward the high God 1 H3 n.f . ' K 8 - M hollow, or flat of the hand, 192 palm, sole of foot, pan (NH id.; Aram, id., Ao ; As. kappu, hand, pan, kippatu, hollow; Ar. ^jS]>alm, /«md)— abs. '3 Jb 29" + , so rd. prob. also Ez 2 9 7l> for MT ID? (® <g Sm Co, cf. v a ); I 3 2 K n 12 +; more oft. cstr. * Gn 40" + ; sf? '3? Ju 1 2 3 , ^B3 Jb 1 3 31 , etc. ; in Ez 2Q 7 rd. ^S Qr for 133 Kt (so Ew Hi Sm Co Da); du. D?? 3 Is49 16 +; cstr. 'M Ex29 24M + 3 t.; sf. , B3 Gn 2 o 5 +, lfj Nu24 10 +, DITB3 Is 59 6 + 2 1., to"? 3 Jb 27* etc. ; pi. niB3 ( eS p. of soles, and in metaph. senses) abs. Nu 4 7 4- ; cstr. 2K 9 35 + , sf. Vnb? Ex25 M 37 16 ;— 1- a. of human beings, hollow or flat of hand, palm, (c. 116 t.) 2K4 ; 'B W^S can ns f0| Gn 40" 21 (E), set the cup upon the palm of Pharaoh (cf. v iu ^T, 3 "SH? D131), similarly Lv 8 J7.!7 (p)4- ; teg-^j -ista ]Cfr Lv i 4 »WJM»*j as disting. from wrist and arm, Dt 2 5 12 ; rarely c. D"T (always 11133), VV 71133 *ttf 1 S 5 4 (of Dagon),Dn;n '3 2 K p^.cf.Dn io 10 ; h^KOff n f)3 Lv I4" M ; note esp. npj3 '3 *6o 1 K 1)" a handful of meal (lit. palmful), cf. Ec 4' (where disting. fr. D^Qn N7D a double fistful ; in both these passages of a very small quantity); cf. >C te3 K^l Lv 9 17 (ref. to ISO? tf 7t3 2 2 5" cf. 6"). In Ex 4 4 (JE), Pr 31" Ez 21 16 ^ 129 7 , etc., the thought is that of grasping, b. anthropomorph. of covering Moses over with his palm,^? ttj VlSfe'J Ex 33 s2 (J), and so fig. (c. JVC*) ^ 139 5 ; withdrawing ("I'Dn) big hand Ex S^ 23 ^); removing (P*07?) his afflict- ing hand Jbi3 21 ; H* flD? CTST^S ^ib™, i.e.be (God) hath filled his palms with light. C. once of animals, VB3"?Jf l|p5n Lvn 27 going upon their palms, i.e. paws (cats, dogs, etc.). d. phrases are : — t(i) *l 3 T^}-=clap thehands, in applause 2 K n 12 so '3 PP_n ^47*, '3 NTO Is 55 12 (fig. of trees), ^ 98 s (fig. of rivers) ; but esp. in scorn, contempt., etc., 1'B3"nN p3D Nu

4 10 (J), to$S io^y p'a'E^ Jb 27 s ; so "Vp*)3 yj?n 

Na 3 19 , ■i'« A ' , 33 n3H Ez 22 13 (of '*) ; abs., H3n ?JB33 Ez 6" (as I s Nn» 25 s ), »J8"5>¥ I 3 " 3! 7 2 1 19 ,

  • }^ *33 H3K v 22 (of '•>). +(2) *)?3 kBPI grasp,

seize with tlie Iiand Ez 29 7 cf. v 7 (on text v. supr.) t(3) of hand-grasp as pledge, Dypn

  • pB3 ~p Pr 6 1 (?/) tAow hust smitten thy palms

(given a double hand-grasp), for another (so De; ninjj ri3iy) ; B o abs. ep ypn 17 18 22 s6 (cf. *P? ypn Jb 17 3 ). (4) oft. of hand spread out in prayer, as sign of longing to receive, c. -7K fens Ex 9 " 9 - 33 (J), iK8 M =2Ch 6 s9 , etc. (v. T 1 yjr 143 6 La i 17 and T 1 d, supr. p. 389; also fens, Nfe*i, rtBB>). t(g) i" 1 ?? II D"' 2 '. in res- pectful silence, Jb 29". +(6) 'fig. ^3? m^O ^333 Ju i -=I have taken my life in my hand (i.e. hazarded it), so 1 S 19 5 28 21 Jb 13' 4 and (without vb.) ^iiq 109 . t(7) '3 fi» Gn 2 o s cleanness of palms is fig. for purity of act, cf. ty 26 s , also Jb 9 30 22 30 V' 24* 73 1S ; conversely, »|5| DDn;^) Jbi6 17 iChi2 18 Is59 6 Jon 3 8 , cf. IS59 3 (so Q"T i 15 ), Jb3i 7 ■^•j*. — In many cases 'l? is not to be distinguished from T; so in phr. t'3 JW toil of the hands G1131 42 Hg 1" Jb io 3 + 1 28 2 ; '3 blh + 9 17 , '3 J"3n Pr 3 I>»; '3 PlbOJJ V78 72 , '3 nB Pr 3 i ,6 t; cf. Mi 7'. t2. = power (i.e. grasp) of any one, t)33 jnj Ju 6 l3 = ddiver into the power of, so Je 12 7 , cf. *133 Ki3 Pr6 3 ; usu. 5?^", "IB, b'Sn etc., c. ^SO = out of the power of Ju 6' 4 1 S 4 s 2 S 14 16 i9 ,(uo 22" = + 18 1 (title), 2 K 16 77 20 6 =Is 3 8 6 , Mi 4 10 Je 15 s1 2 Ch 30 6 32" Ezr 8 3 ' ^71* (cf. "rj 5 g, p. 391 supr.) t3. *|3 I*9J1, etc., = sole of foot. Gn 8 9 (J), Jos 3 13 4 18 (both JE), 1 K 5 17 2 K 19 24 = Is 3 7 25 , Dt 1 1 24 28 66M Jos i 3 (D), Ez 43 7 Mai 3 21 ; "^ ^?1 HIP m%$ 2 s 14 25 Jb 2 ? , cf. is i 6 (fig.); ^ '3 *irp? Dt 2 6 treading-place for the sole of a foot; of the cherubim Ez i 7 , of a calf, (in sim.) v 7 , (ace.