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Ten used in purifying a leper Lv 1 4 18M ; by the HDlin Ez 45 u ; by the priestly ministry in general I Ch 6 s4 ; by the substitution of the Levites for the firstborn Nu 8 19 . Underlying all these offer- ings there is the conception that the persons offering are covered by that which is regarded as sufficient and satisfactory by Yahweh. (The purpose of the covering is stated Lv 1 6 30 "*S?) nnen * »»£ D3Tixtsn Vso Dsnsj inob d?^K= sliall atonement be made for you to cleanse you, from all your sins sftall ye be clean before YaJi- weh, and Nu8 21 Slip*? D^ 1??^ and (Aaron) made atonement for Hum to cleanse them.) c. the need of the atonement is expressed by p? : inNBriD because of his sin Lv4 M 5 610 i6 34 ; WKDDQ Lvi 4 19 i6 16 ; 31TD Lv is 1530 ; N?n leteo Nu 6"; also 7J?, inXKn"7J? on account of his sin Lv 4' 15 5» 19 22 ; Snilerbv Lv 5 18 . d. c. a instr. ^sa Lv 5 16 1 9 W Nu 5 8 ; with a trespass-offering Lv 7 7 ; la?? B'sp WTI D'lrn? Lv 17 11 for it is the blood with tlie living being that covers over (H, see B>S3 3 (a); KV by reason of the life after De Di Kn Bahr Kau and most moderns ; AV follows @ 93 %, so Ges Ew « ■ *• Anm - 1 : 'for the soul'); c. a loc. BH>a Lv (P 16 1727 . e. c.iya pers., on behalf of Lv g 77 i6 61117 - 24 (by Aaron), Ez 45 17 (by the prince). Pu. Pf IS? Ex 2<f Is 2 8 18 (but rd . 1SD ,_ / I.-vib,— so SHuWe Che SS al.v.Br MPaw );7m/>/.->ay Nu 35 S3 + 3t. ; 3fs. 1E3H Is 6' be covered over, atoned for. 1. apart from the ritual,nS3n "|nKBI"l Is 6 7 thy sin shall be covered over (W^V. ""PI ; by the touch of the live coal from the alter); mn Jiyn tS3;-DN Da? Is 2 2 U surely this iniquity shall not be covered over for you; c. a instr. [15? "IDS' fiND Is 27' by this shall the iniquity of Jacob be covered over ( || lDKDn "IDD ; namely by the de- struction of idolatrous objects); HB3* JIOXI "IDn3 pj? Pr 1 6* by mercy and fidelity iniquity is cover- ed over. 2. c. for whom, tpk ">B0' 1 t6 pK^> Nu 35 s3 for the land atonement cannot be made, in view of the blood shed in it, except by the blood of the shedder of blood ; in the ritual of P, c. a instr. DH3 133 T^K Ex 29 s * wlverewith atonement was made (ram of consecration). Hithp. Impf. 1B2IV 1 S 3"; c. 3 instr. "DK nm»3? rata ^jrn'a fij? -ear t j u i n i„ u ity of the house of Eli sludl not be covered by peace- offering or minchah (in other words there was no atonement for it; cf. Pu. Is. 22 14 ). Hiph. Pf. DVi nnb nS33l Dt 21* and the blood shall be covered for them. TS^DS n.pl.abstr. atonement, only in P: '3H JiKtSn sin-offering of the atonement Ex 30 10 Nu 29"; '3(il) Di' day of (the) atonementhv 23 2 '- 28 25»; '3D b'H Nu5 8 ; 'arr^y Ex 29 s6 ; 'an e Ex 30" money of atonement. TiT)E3 n. propitiatory, late techn. word from"iB3 cover over sin : the older explan. cover, lid has no justification in usage; © IXatrrtipiov; only P: Ex 25iM8.19.20.20.21.2s 26 34 30 o 3I ? 3 gi3

6.7.8.9.9 39 35 4O 20 Ly j 6 2.2.1S.14.H.15.15 Nu 7a), an( J 

i Ch 2 8" ; it was a slab of gold 2 cubits x 1 J c. placed on top of the ark of the testimony. On it, and a part of it, were two golden cherubim facing each other, whose outstretched wings came together above and constituted the throne of Yahweh. When the high priest entered the Holy of Holies on the day of atonement it was necessary that this highest place of atonement should be enveloped in a cloud of incense. The blood of the sin-offering of the atonement was then sprinkled on the face of and seven times before it. The temple proper, as distinguished from porch etc., was called / Sn n*3 1 Ch 28". II. IDD (/of following). +11. "^D3 n.m. pitch (Ar. 1LS (loan-wd., cf. Fra 160 ), Syr. JiSao, X N^SO ; As. hupru, kupur J31HWB348. cf -,bj ])_Gii 6 14 (P). fn. [~ID3] vb. denom. (from 11. 1B3)— J°/.

ms."lS33 JJHS31 Gn 6 14 and thou shalt pitch it 

with pitch (P). III."I2D (-/of following). T~^D2 n.m. young lion; — '3 Jul 4°+ 16 t.; pi. D'-ib? Je2 15 +3t.; D'TM Zcn 3 + 7t.; sf. ^TB3 Na2 14 ; n^»B| Ez 3 8 13 (Co rds.,T3V33);— lit. n^"1X '3 Ju 1 4 5 young lion of lions; Am 3 4 ^ 1 7 12 . It differs from whelp "TO Ez 1 9 23 as old enough to hunt its prey, J6 25 38 Ibii 6 Zci i 3 i//- 104 21 ; insim.ofroarofhostilearmyIs5 29 (||N , 3?) cf. Je 5 1 38 (|| nmK >l1a) ; 8 i m . of s invincible might Is 3 1 4 (|| i">.V!£); of Isr. among the nations, Mi 5"; of Assyr. princes Na2 12 ; of prince of Isr. Ez 19 s - 6 ; other cases are : || «"3^ Jb 38 39 ; brw Ho 5" ^ 9 1 13 Jb 4 10 ; of bloodthirsty enemies f 34" 35 17 58' Je 2 ,s ; D15 '3 EZ32 2 , ofyoungwarriorsNa2 14 Ez38 13 (?; v. Cosupr.); righteous compared with, Pr 28 1 ; king's wrath like roaring of, Pr i9 12 20 2 ; of one of faces of cherubim EZ41 19 .