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ID then surround, enclose, recur, etc.; Eth. h£h& turn a mill, only pt. ; h"Cft*<J: v. rotate, revolve, roll, and deriv. Di 838 ') ;— only FilpSl, Pt. 13-13tp dancing (lit. whirling) 2 S 6" 16 (||H2»). f 11. "13 n.[m.] he-lamb, battering-ram (As. kirru, Zim in Schwally 2 ^ 1 -' 1890 *' 186 ; perh. lamb fr. dancing, skipping, galloping in field ; {battering-)ram as in Eng., fr. butting ; cf. Ar. LjllS ram and buttress, Lane ; also battering- ram cf. Dozy" 4 ' ); — sg. only Is 16 1 the lamb of the ruler (as tribute) ; elsewh. pi. &!3 Am 6 4 1S15 9 2K3 4 Je5i 40 (in sim.), Ez 2 f l 39 18 ; '3 abn Dt32 14 «/w/a< of lambs; '3 DI DHWyi Is 34* the blood of lambs and goats; D"H3 = battering-rams Ez 4 2 21 2727 (in v a Co rds.' tfiV, cf. AV; MT RV as above).— Vid. also 13 )V3 p. 1 1 1 supr. t[m3^3] n.f. 'dromedary (ace. to Ki Thes ; perhaps from constantly repeated undu- lating movement) ; — only pi. abs. nHS"]?? 51 Is

20 ( + Dnisoi csxai aaia cdid?; the whole 

list is a gloss ace. to Du Che lDtr - I ").

n .f. o»».io*x».32. a round: hence 1. 

T * a round district. 2. a round loaf. 3. a round weight, talent (NH id.; loaf, weight, talent; Aram. N133, ]|aa, talent; Tel Am. gaggaru kaspu Wkl No - * »"• M Christ.- Pal.- Aram. )V-.W>;fl, of honey-comi Schwally"""- 46 ; on format, v. Ba NB2M ) ;— abs. '3 Gni 3 12 -r; cstr. 13? 1 S 2 s6 + ; du. *1D3 BfS?? 1 K 16 24 2 K s 23 , D^ T 33 v 23 ; pi. 0*111 1 Ch 22 1414 + 7 t. Chr ; cstrT T, 133 2 K 5 s + 2 t. Chr ; nn33 (loaves) Ju 8 5 1 S io 3 ; — 1 1. the round (or oval) esp. of the Jordan valley, PTJSB 13? Gn 13 1011

K 7 46 =2 Ch 4 17 ; abs. -!33n Gn 19 1725 Dt 34 s 
S 18 23 ; '3D fft Gn 1 a 28 ; '3H '1? i 3 1J 19 29 , v. 

GASm O505 Buhl' G112 ; district of Jerus., '3H Ne 3 s3 1 2 28 . 1 2. Zoer/ of bread (from round shape), Orb 133 1 S 2 33 Pre 36 , cf. Ex 29 s3 Je 37 s1 1 Ch'16 3 ; D$ nh33 1 S io 3 Ju 8 5 . 3. ta. a weight (also fr. shape), fliety 133 Zc 5 7 a weight of lead, serving as cover of an epfaah. "b. a particular unit of weight, talent, usu. of gold or silver :— 3JJ '3 2 S 1 2 30 2 K 9 14 + 1 8 t.; f)D3'3 1K20 39 2K5 5 +2it.; but also of iron, ?jng i Ch 2 9 7 , and bronze m>n? Ex 38^ 1 Ch 2 9 7 . — The weight of the talent was 58-944 kilogr. (=129-97 lbs.) ace. to older (Bab.) standard, later 49-11 kg. (=108-29 lbs.) and less; v. Benz Arch.WftW Now Arch.l.S»f. __g ee a)s0 W_

n -n 

t£^H3 V of foil. (Ar. iJiSbe wrinkled). t[iin3] n.[m.] belly (NH D13 i<£; Aram. ND13, l^iia id.; Mand. DSn3, ND1N3, uterus, Ni} Mi5i.iw. Ar ^j^Eth. lnC>"l wrinkled or folded stomach of cud-chewing animals ; cf. Lag 1 "' 20 ' 44 ; As. karsu, body, belly); — only sf. igna Jesi 34 of Nebuchadrezzar under fig. of sea-monster. v. Ehra. Un3 n.pr.m. ^2^13 n.pr.m. a Pers. prince Est i 14 . t J"H3 vb. cut off, out down (NH id.; - T 291 x As. kardtu, 11. hew offDl HWB357 ) ;— Qal Pf. '3 Gn 15 18 + 19 t. ; 2 ms. "13 Dt 20 20 ; 1 s. "J?!? Ex 34 27 + 15 t, ; + 8 t. Pf ; Impf. ni3? Jb 40 28 + 2it.; 2 ms. _ ni3ni s5 f; is.nn3KIs6i s iSn 2 ; nrrpx Is'55 3 ; 3 mpl. vrpi Hoi2 a ^83 6 ; 1 pl.'niii33 Gn 2 6' ;8 31 44 ; sf.wni?? Je 11 19 ; + 3 1 t. Impf. ; Imv. "HIS 1 S 1 1 » ;' Vims 2 S3 12 ; +4t. Imv.; Inf. abs. ni3 Ho io 4 ; nn3 Ne9 8 ; cstr. T113 Je34 8 +2 t; Til? Is 44" + 2 t.; nh3 2 Ch'2 7 29'°; sf. W3 1 S 24 12 ; pi.orf.niil Ex34 10 + 3 t.; +3t. Pt.act; 2> aS8 - TVa LV2 2 24 ; cstr. THIS Dt23 2 ; pi. n[i]D-i3 iK7 12 +3t; — 1. cut off: a. things: c. ace. foreskin Ex 4 25 (J); privy member Lv 22" (H) Dt23 2 ; cluster of grapes Nu 1 3 s324 (E); bough of tree Ju 9 4849 ; skirt I S 24 5612 ; head of man

S 17 51 31 9 2 S 20 22 ; garments 2 S io 4 = 1 Ch 

19 4 ; palms of hands 1 S5 4 ; sprigs Is 18 5 . b. persons, c. ace. pers. loc. Jen 19 50 16 . 2. cut doum, c. ace. trees Dt 19 5 20 1920 2 K i 9 23 =Is 37 24 , Is44 14 Je6 6 io 3 22 7 46 s3 Ez 31 12 ; asherim Ex 34 13 (J) Ju 6 2 * 26 - 30 1 K 15 13 = 2 Ch I5 1G ; 2 K 18 4 23 14 . 3. heiv, timber 1 K 5 2020 = 2Ch2 715 , Is 1 4 s ; CSVn 1| fl"]3 ]iewers of timber

Ch 2 9 ; n(i)rn3 hewn beams 1 K 6 M 7 212 . 4. 

JV")3 '3 cut, or make a covenant (because of the cutting up and distribution of the flesh of the victim for eating in the sacrifice of the cove- nants, see nna) ; '3 1B>K 5>3}H the calf which they cut Je 34 18 (referring to Gn 15'°); TOfty ^ 5 o 5 ; abs. Gn2i 27 - 32 3 i 44 (E) 1S18 3 1K5* Ho io 4 ; c. riN with Gn is 18 Ex 34 s7 Dt 31 16 (J) Dt 5 3 2 8 69 - 69 29 13 2 S 3 1213 ' 21 2 K 1 7 I5: ' 5 - 38 Is 28" Je 11 10 3 i 31 - 32 - 33 34 8 - 13 Ez 17 13 Zc n'° f 105 9 = 1 Ch 16 16 ; c. 0? Gn 26 s8 (J) Ex 2 4 8 (E) Dt 4 s 5 J 9 9 29 1124 1 K 8 21 = 2 Ch6 u 2 Ch 23 s Ne 9 8 H02 20 12 2 Jb4o 28 ; '3 omitted 1 S 20 16 22 s 1 K 8 9 = 2 Ch 5 10 ; c. b Ex 23 s2 34 1 " 5 Jos 9 «- 7 ""- 16 24 s5 (JE) Dt 7 2 Ju 2 2 1 S 1 1 1 2 S 5 3 1 K 20 34