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^-o 503 fn. "'KTO adj. gent, of I. ,, »")3 1; only c. art. '3^, as subst. Nu 26 s . fi. 7Q"|3 n.m. I,S9 - 17 1. plantation, gar- den-land. 2. fruit, garden-growth (? + B~!|, cf. Ges s 88 - 81 Sta S2W ) ;— abs. 'a Is i6'° + 1 2 t.; sf. i?P">3 Is io 18 + 2 t. ; — 1. garden-land, Is

10 (|| Dn?-a), io 18 (|| ->K), 29" 17 (opp. Jiaa^, 

TR), 32 15 ' 5 '(opp. 131D, ny:), v 16 Je 4 26 (opp. i3-|p), 48 s3 2 Ch 26 10 (opp. nnnn) ; 'an n? Je 2 7 the country of garden-land, i. e. fertile ; SVV3 n$T 2Kio z, = Is3f 4 , tU garden-like forest of it (viz. of Lebanon). On Mi 7 14 v. 11. -^"11. 2. by meton. (fresh) fruit, garden- groivth, 2 K 4" ( + Dnty'f Dnb) ; Lv 2 14 ( + 3nK Bfoa *£?, and bn?, q. v .), 'ai »^j nr6 Lv 23". j-n. 7 "2") 3 n.pr.mont. et urb. Carmel: — 1. mt.-promontory on Mediterranean, with fertile slopes, Tel el-Amarna (Ginti-)Kirmil, JaBtrow JBL,L1892 -" 6 ; Jos 1 9 s6 , '3n-in iKi8 I9S0 2 K 2 a 4 s5 ; '3n Bfch Am i 2 9 3 1 K 18 42 ; c. art. also Jos 1 2 22 ; and, + 1^3, Je 50 19 , as pasturage (in fig. of Isr. as flock of '♦), cf. ('a without art.) Mi 7 14 (less prob. rend, garden-land, 1. ?9"!-> soWeGASm); '3n Is 35 2 ( + fiJ^n, |*n^n); '3 l833'( + ^?^> fat* and fe>3, marking extent of land), Na I 4 (+?"aij, |B>3) ; D|3 7Ef]a3 Je46 19 (sim. of Nebuchad.); Ct 7 6 '33 T]$? •Jg'tfl (but v. V)3);_ on Carmel v. GASm°- 1B " r - Buhl - 23 . ' 2. city, 3 h. S. of Hebron, b^TJ Jos 15" ; ^'33 1 S 2 5 2 - 2 - 7 5 n^O-)3 v 5 (= <o Car- mel) ; nbo-)3n I6 » 25 40 .— Mod. Kwrmul, Eob BB L 492-198. II. 97 g un J 0. 163 t "" /P"0 adj. gent., c. art., the Carmelite, of Nabal '3H i S 30 5 2 S 2 2 3 3 , so also 1 S 27 s (0 We Klo Dr Bu Kit ; MT n^cnsri, of Abi- gail); of nvn 2 S 23 36 = 1 Ch 1 1 37 . f. n^tp-ian the Carmelite88, 1 Ch 3 1 , of Abigail. I 7 , 0^3 n.| m. J crimson, carmine, i. e. crimson stuff, cloth ; late (prob.Pers.loan-word, and a deriv. fr. Pers. j£worm, v. De ZL °" ,Th - ") J— only 2 Ch 2 6B 3 14 (in all + (!J-)f9?1^. n??n ( 2 « 3 » 4- pa also); rd. perh. also for V>3 Ct7 6 (||?ia-|K : go Gi, of hair formed spirally, like shell-fish ; Gr, of glossy hair). t p3 n.pr.m., an Edomite Gn 36**= 1 Ch i 41 . D"0 v. sub DD3 . TO t,JH3 bow down (NH id.; Aram. 1H3 ; Ar. c.~S put one's mouth into water, or water- vessi 1 ; i.e. kneel to drink ? denom. fr. foil. 1 ; — Qal Pf. 3 m. 'a Gn 49' + 6 t. ; 3 mpl. V]3 Ju 7 6 + 4 t. ; Impf. VO) Ju 7 5 + 3 t. ; 1 ft nV"!?SJ Ezr 9 5 ; 3 mpl. ftTtSf, Jb 3 i 10 ; 2 mpl. «nan is 65 12 ; i pi. njrpji ^ 95 6 + 6 1. Impf.; Inf. cstr. $ri3 1K8 64 ;' Pi. Via Est 3 5 ; pi. tfyji Est 3 2 ; f. nijnb Jb 4 4 .— 1. bow D'ana by to drink Ju 7 56 , in supplication to Elijah 2 K i u ; in the worship of God 1 K 8" Ezr9 6 ; c. D'3-O subj. and 7 of God 1K19" Is 4s 23 ; without train c. •ja^aa* 72 s ; || mnne>n 2 Ch

3 29 M ^95 6 , worship of God, but Est 3 2 " in 

obeisance to Haman. 2. bow down, of the couching lion Gn 49 s Nu 24' (both poetry). 3. preg. c. 7$), bow down over (in order to lie with) a woman Jb3i 10 . 4. bow down, of a woman in childbirth 1 S 4", so of animals Jb39 3 ; idols, removed by enemies IS46 12 ; nisria D^T? Jb 4 4 tottering (feeble) knees ; of enemies in death, 7B3[l] JH3 bow and fall down Ju 5 2727 - 27 ^ 20 9 , preg. without 7S3 2 K 9 s4 Is

12 , c. nnn i„ io 4 .— Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. jn?n 

+ 78 31 ; 2 fs, sf. Wjron Ju n 36 ; Impf. 2 ms. ynan 2 s 2 2 40 =Vr 18 40 ; Imv. sf. inynan ^17"; Inf. abs. y")3n Ju 1 1 35 . — 1. cause to bow in grief Ju n 35 - 35 . 2. cause to 60 w (foiow in death ^17" 78 31 , c. nnn 2 S 22 40 ='f 18 40 . t&Tsf] »•[*■] leg, (NH 1H3, Aram. Nfl3, UUo);— only dual fem. Dyo Lvn 21 + 3t.; 0^3 Lv 9 14 ; sf. vyns Ex i> + 3 t. ;— two (bending) legs, of animals in ritual phrase of P, 1YSFW W^ Ex I2 ' hi * head with his le 9 8 ' Lv 4 11 ; (V)5na(n)l (l)aip(n) (his) inwards and (Am) legs Ex 29" Lvi 9,3 8 21 9 14 ; Am 3 12 (of legs of lamb in mouth of lion) ; of the long bending hinder legs of the Saltatorial Ortho- ptera ( v . Tiistr N " H, » tBlbS0 »; Dr jMl84 ) Lv 1 1 21 H?? ^8 W? n ^^ vbni' ?y?t? D5H3 17 ™ which have bending legs above their feet, etc.

  • ~S")3 n.m. ootton (or fine linen) (loan-

word fr. Sk. karpdsa, cotton, Pers. (j-'jji fine linen; hence also Kupnaaos, carbasus, Ar. i jJ6S, Talm.spB-13; cf-Lag*™- 8 ""** 1148 );— rbzm 'a "fin Est 1 6 (® ' Kipmur/row) : cf. Cel S . HI "" b - "' U7 ' '■ t P13] vb. V of foil. (NH ill? use cir- cumlocution; ZTpl.Ti?^ dances; Ar. j$ return, repeat, attack anew, advance and retreat; Jiji id.; 11. whirl about; orig. perh. move around,