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ishment^64 9 (indef. subj.; si vera 1.; text prob. corrupt, v. Che Bae). T>. = overthrow, of nation, army, etc., 2 Ch B5 8 (sq. 3$& *Jf?)» of. v 8 (opp. "Ity); cojtse overthrow 2 Ch 28 23 . — On Ez 36 15 v. supr. c. morally, Je i8 15 (3 loc), Mai 2 s (3 instr.) 2. make feeble, weak, 'n3 ? , ?'3n La

" (of God's dealing with Jerus.) Hopli. only 

Pt. T3?! 5 *faft& Vni J e 1 8 s3 either and let them be ones who Iiave stumbled before thee, i.e. regard them as such (Hi Gf VB), or and let them be ones overthrown before thee (Gie ; so Qr ace. to Gf). So also in Ez 21 20 ace. to Co, cf. Sm Da (MT D*j>febD, v. ^BOD). Tt^EJD H.[m.] axe (ace. toVrss and context; NH id.; £Je46 22 ; prob. fr. felling; Aram, loan-word ace. to Fra 74 ; but word not common in Aram.)— J^n: niB^31 ; '33 ^ ?4 «. T p7©3 n. [m.] a stumbling ; fig. = calamity Pn6 B . T tbittpTp n.m. ;,e6 ' 21 a stumbling, means or occasion of stumbling, stumbling-blook ; — 'D abs. Is 8"+ 3 t., i>febe Lv 19"; cstr. ^WSD 1 S 25 31 + 6 t. Ez ; pi. bbfebB J e 6 21 + Ez 21 20 MT (Co al. 0i>?OD, y. infr.);—l. stumbling, 'D "fljf Ig 8" (fig.) a rock of stumbling (i.e. over which one stumbles); lit. tfbfcben nann Ez 21 20 aw abundance of stumblings, falls (si vera 1.; © oi avdevovvres, appar. reading pt., cf. Sm; so Co Da (as a possibility), i.e. CpEOn Hoph.. Pt. of ?{}b = those who have stumbled or been overthrown). 2. means, or occasion of stum- bling, stumbling-block ; a. lit. Lv 19 14 . h. fig. of misfortune, calamity -fr 119 165 ; in divine judgment Je6 21 Ez3 20 ,as a hindrance to restora- tion of people Is 57". c. in ethical sense DjijJ "a Ez 7 ]9 a stumbling-block o/(i. e. occasion- ing) their iniquity, so I4 3 - 4 - 7 18 30 4 4 12 (mostly with ref. to idols), d. 3? '» 1 S 2 5 31 a stumbling- block of heart i.e. ground for remorse. Tn^ti.'pQ n.f. 1. overthrown mass. 2. stumbling-block; — 1. fig. of kingdom Is 3 s . 2. pl.nW3E>n Zp i 3 stumbling-blocks=idoh(cf. ^EOD 2 c), but rather dub.; We thinks a gloss. Schwally ZAW '-< 189(,, - 1M rds. *n|$b) and I will cause the wicked to stumble. I. *|t£0 (vV foil.; cf. Ar. ..JJJTcm* <#, cut up, Syr. <&IaL/ to pray (lit. prob. <o cm< oneself V. 1K18 28 ): SO RS Jrh,,IlvI25 ' 126 No zaG188,l7B ; acc. to KS e )B'3 is prop, herbs etc. shredded into a magic brew). ,.m. 2K9 ' 22 sorcery, only pi. (As. kispu, id.);— D"?^? Mis" Na 3 4 ; sf. ^BE>3 Is47 9ls ; JTBTO Na 3 4 2 K 9 s3 ;— sorceries.- 1. lit. Til? '3 'from Mi 5 U , said of Isr. ; '3 3i Is 47 9 - 12 (||^lH?n)> said of Babylon. 2. fig. of seductive and corrupting influences : of Jezebel 2 K 9 s2 ( II ^?^]) ; of Nineveh personif. as harlot Na 3 4 {id.), called '3 r£»3 v 4 (following *j0} 3no vb. Pi. denom. practice sorcery (As. kaSdpu, id.) ;—Pf. 3 ms. : *tf3 B>nj] fjijn $IT£] 3iN riyy) 2 Ch 33 6 (of Manasseh); elsewh. only Pi. as subst. ms. sorcerer, in Israel, 1BOT Dt 18 10 (following PrUDI |JiVt? D'Opp DD'p) ; fs. nBBOD = sorceress Ex' 2 2 17 (E); mpl. CS^SD Mai 3 5 (named with adulterers and false- swearers) ; of diviners, or astrologers in Egypt (D'SOnn q.v.) Ex 7 n (P; || 0n?3n); in Babylon Dn 2 2 ( + D' , spin ) D^BEte, D^b»3). t[r)©3] n.m. sorcerer, only pi. sf. (As. kassapu, id. ; kassaptu, sorceress) ; — W2&FT7ii

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D3' , B^3-i»Kl Je2 7 9 . II. *]ttf'3 (Voi following). TF]tiJ3N n.pr.loc. in (Northern) Canaan, with a king, Jos 1 1 ' 1 2 20 ; situated on the border of Asher 19 25 , Egypt. 'A-k-sap WMM 4, '"' , ' ur ' 11 "; ©B A£«<|>, A 'Axa-a(j>, ©L ('A)^a<ra<^, etc.; site dub.; mod. IksAf or Kesdf Rob BE " ,e6 , c. 17 m. E. of Tyre, and nearly 3 m. SW.of thegreat bend of the Litany, is phonetically suitable, but much too far NE. for Jos 1 9^ ; poss. there were two Aksaphs; cf. Di^'^'Buhl 000 "- 237 . Vid. further Krall Tyru! "' sldon 10 Laff 0nom ' as ' ■.•!**•*•>■ )V/3 vb. be advantageous, proper, suitable, succeed, late Aram. (NH id.; Aram. ^3, JL>);— Qal Pf 3 ms. ^an "p.sb TJWJ -iebi Est 8 5 and the thing be proper in the view of tlie - . king; Impf. ~W^ Ec n 6 thou knowest not whether this shall succeed, or this. Hiph. Inf. cstr. fflMn TEbn jhrn Ecio 10 an advantage for giving success is wisdom.