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"■trO with lions and oxen i K j™- 36 . q^ a j g0 re p re . sents that they were woven in the veil of the "Wf^ 2CI13 14 . 6. Ezekiel describes the cherubim : a. as four living creatures, each with four faces, lion, ox, eagle, and man, having the figure and hands of men, and the feet of calves. Each has four wings, two of which are stretched upward, meeting above and sus- taining the throne of Yahweh; two of them stretched downwards so as to cover the crea- tures themselves. The cherubim never turn but go straight forward, as do the wheels of the cherubic chariot, and they are full of eyes and are like burning coals of fire, Ez I 5-28 g 3 io 1-20 ii 22 ; the king of Tyre is scornfully compared with one of these, and is assigned a residence in Eden and the mountain of God Ez 28 14,16 ; b. Ez knows of no cherubic statues in the new temple, but represents the inner walls of the temple as carved with alternating palm trees and cherubim, each with two faces, the lion looking on one side, the man on the other. It is evident that the number and the form of the cherubim vary in the representa- tions (cf. EZ41' 8 - 25 ). It is probable that the D , Q"jE' of Is 6 2-6 are another form of the cheru- bim. The Apoc. of the seals Rev 4-6 combines them in four £coa. T'H3 adj. gent. prob. = Carian, only c. art. as subst. coll. Carians, name given to foreign body-guard of king (cf. RS rao '"' w ' a ' »«) DT&3 T$ 2KH 4 cf. v 19 ; nan 2S20 23 Kt (< Qr 'rnan, which We Dr Bu prefer). nfnj n.pr.loc. and JlVTHS v. sub ma. T^IO (v'of following; cf. Aram. ^13 , ylo enwrap, surround, "an3, |a»«9 bundle, N3"]3, [oio city ( + many other deriv.); K?n3, (.ojjj, NH fj$ scroll, etc.) tTji-Cri a.m. robe fljjfl*] ftt Tiani Esto 15 . HDHD quadril. (-/of following; cf. NH 33"]3, furnish with a rim, enclose, set). T23~ n.[m.] border, rim, of altar (NH id.) ;— cstr. naTBPl '3 Ex 27 s ; c. sf. 133-13 3 8 4 (both P).

  • 03^3 n.[xn.] saffron (crocus sativus)

(NH id. ; and vb. denom. D3"]3 ; Hithp. grow yellow, pale; Aram. ND3"H3, Lsaaiaa : Ar. ffi= K p6 K0S , crocus; Lag ** Abh ' M ' "»• " 7 ; so also JHMordt B,b - »«°'""- 83 '-; otherwise DHM '"•, who comp. Sab. D3Da, Ar. llX^S = Gk. «ayxa- pov ; — Ct4 14 ; on meaning v. esp. Lbw No ' 162 . tti^aST®, ltflD2r>| n.pr.loc., city on Eu- phrates (As. Kargamis, Gargamis, cf. Dl F,r 265 *•; Egypt. Ka-ri-ka-mai(1)-sq WMM"™"- Europ.263. etym dub . ac( , t() j5 offm AOKQg.Act. r«..wn.i RS Fr< *" , - , -"- <1 ='CWe of Mish,' cf. Dl lc ) ;— CT03-13 Is io 9 2 Ch 35 20 (@L X«p x «- /«ti), B*D3"|3 Je 46 s (© Xapiins, Kapxnfuts). Hittite capital, E. bank of Euphr., mod. Jera- bis, or Jerbds ; Schr KQF m «• ■ C0T - °° " 10 ' 9 Dl '• *j Jen zAy 11 . (18 iB,.36 5 thinks he reads G(K)ar-g(k)a- mi-si(e)-ra8=' king of Karkemish ' on ('Hit- tite ') inscr. from Karkemish. 'D3")3 n.pr.m. Pers., a eunuch of Aha- suerus, Est 1 10 . rtinsns v . rms-ai sub to. CP3 n.m. Dt28 ' S0 (f. I,CT ' 2 ) vineyard (NH id.; Aram. SO"!?, Liji ; Zinj. D13 DHM 8 ™"'- M ; Ar. '°J, 11 ,JT vine; Eth. XtC7° t nC9° vine; Jen ZA *"■ <lf92> ' m comp. As. kardnu, vine; — etym. dub. ; Thes al. comp. Ar. jf noble, generous, fertile, but precarious) ; — abs. 'a Ex 22"+, D^g GnQ 20 -)-; cstr. D"}.? 1 K2i 7 + ; sf. ■>p-i3 Is 5 3 "+ , *|Cn3 Ex 23" + , etc.; pi. &r?~P Jos2 4 13 -f; cstr.'*?")? Am5 1 +2t.; sf. «»-J3 Ne 5 s + 3 t. ; r J3 , >?n3 Am 4 9 + 2 t., etc. ; — vine- yard Gn 9 20 (J), 1 K 2I 1 + 9 t. i K 21, Ct 2 i5.i5 + . g0 even j u jgs ( wnere r d. rim 'a; cf. GFM, who however doubts genuineness); + m_ Ex23 u (E) and oft. (v. IH); + Ttjf Ex22 45 (E), and oft.; fig. of Isr. under s care Is5 lff -, cf. 3" Je 12 10 ; fig. of Shulamite's complexion Ct i 6 , of her heart 8 12 . — Vbs. governing 'a are : — VCJ Gn 9 20 Am 5"+ 16 1., cf. '3 199 Mil 6 ; V1 Dt22 9 (c. 2 ace); ^n bb begin to use fruit of, Dt 20 66 28 30 Je 31 s ; IDT prune, LV25 34 ; "W3 gatlier, harvest (lit. cut of, i.e. grapes,

Lv 25" 1 ), Dt 24 21 Ju g- cf. &$? Jb24 6 ; V*» glean, Lv 19 10 Dt 24 21 ; ?ax Jos 24" (usu. ' eat fruit of Is 65 21 , etc.); locusts devour Am 4 9 (si vera 1.) On n.pr.loc. D<D"13 i>3« v. 11. S>3K 4; 0"J3fJ IV3 v. p. 1 1 1 b. T |_3"13 J vb. denom. tend vineyards, dress vines, only Qal Pt. pi. vinedressers D'PIS X25" = Je52 16 <|| a-aa*), Joi 11 2Cb.26'° (both || Dn?K), D3W3 Is (5 1 5 (|| id.) fi. EPS n.pr.m. 1. a son of Reuben Gn 46" Ex 6 14 Nu 26« 1 Ch 5 3 . 2. a Judaite Jos 7 118 1 Ch 2 7 ; so 4 1 , but rd. perh. ^3 We (cf. 2 9 ) — © throughout x<>PH-( ( )'-