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511 (so Jos io 21 : cf. Jb 16 9 ), Je 25" 50 9 ^7" 37 13 56 s 106 16 p *Op (usu. in good sense, 5 g e) Jb 20 27 34 37 . And with adjj., as ^ 73 1 b 310 good to, Gn 13 13 "b D'NOm D'jn towards '", 2 S 22 24 ii> cron ||^ 1 8 24 ioy),^ 29 ib nioxj; withsubst. (rare) Ex 32 12 La 3 60 (syn. v 61 Syj. e. with words denoting what is pleasurable or the reverse, as P QW 2 S i 26 , b my Ho 9 4 , !> IP. 1 : Is 24', i> 310 (adj.) 1 Si 8 , b b>2 2K20", also i> ^yin, ^ J3D, to be profitable to; and with neuter vbs., to denote the subj. of a sensation or emotion, as p 310 to be well to (with), Dt 5 » i 9 " +; i) lb Ru i 13 , b IX 1 S 13 6 + oft., i> 3=13 Ho io 1 , b HIT 1 S 1 6 s3 , j> an to be warm to, 1 K. i b Vl + 106 32 , ^ WW it was hot (=anger arose) to Gn 4 6 + oft., p n32>n Mi 3 s . And with pass, vbs., v n?D3 it is forgiven to him = he is forgiven LV4 26 + oft.; otherwise rare, b flX"]? i 4 , ^^ Kfi"i? it is healed to us = we are healed Is 53 s , b nwi La 5% p BIB] 2 S 17 16 (v. Dr). f. with verbs of reaching to, touching, attaching etc., as b "IDX to bind to, BOn, p31 ^ 44 26 , NSO to reach to Is io 1014 ^ 2 1 9 , yjn Ex 4 s5 , 1DV3 Nu 25 s , anp (adj.) Eu 2 20 ; out of connexion with a vb. (almost = ly), J0816 1 V59 14 Jba8 3 Ne 3 15 2Ch33 14 , and correl. to fO (v. JO 5). g. with vbs. of motion, as "pn, X3, 3E> etc. (not so common as ?X, or the simple ace. with or without n loc.) — (a) with places, rare in early prose, Jos 1 15 8 14 Ju i 34 20 10 (but v. GFM), 1 S 9 12 20 25 2 K f, exc. in partic. phrases, viz. 101pci> Gn 18 33 , iamb 32 s , fhnh 1S4 10 (also with other sfs. : all these + oft., esp. with 31B> and j?n, or preceded by distrib. B«K ; ftftbtwb, also, without vb., as exclam., 2 S 20 1 1K12"), 1X1*6 Gn30 23 + , inen;p e*k Dts 20 , vbrab b*k Jo2 4 28 +, b*k rt» 1 S 8 a Ne 13'°: oft. in late Heb., as Jb 4 s , 1 Ch 4 3942 5 26 1 2 1 9 22 18 2 4 19 2 Ch i 3 8 17 + oft. Chr, Ezr2 68 + , Neio Ktt Est 6 4 Vo6 8 i32 7 146 4 : nbw-V? Je 3 ,7b (om. ©), Zc i 16 , and oft. Ch Ezr Ne (as 2 Chu 14 19 1 30 3 "), (TOW^ 2 Ch 18 2 28 s9 , bxb Je 5i 2 Ezr 2 1 1 Ch 9 1 2 Ch 36 7 (but earlier always tbtftV, |VTOe>, ^33 or n^33); and poet. Ju 5 11 Is 22 1 23 17 49 18 51 14 (pregn.) Tint? 1 ? mo 59™ 60 4 " 65 12 Je 3 l» 4 8 1S 50 27 Mi i 12 Zc 9 12 ^ 7 8 68 19 74 3 Ct 4 1S 5' 6 2 f* (pregn.) D<D"ia!> no»3B»3, Jb io 19 20"; p KXW1 V'i8 20 66 12 ,il^Mi7 9 Jbi2 22 ; ? 5>3* Hoio' + : without a vb., Is 23 s Ho 7 12 . Also H?^ with many vbs., both in sense down to the earth, Is i4 12 2 1 9 2 8 2 Am 3 14 5 7 Ez 26" + •}"+ , c. jfcj (pregn.) 74 7 89 40 , and idiom, c. 3B* to sit on the earth, Is 3 s6 4 7 1 Jb 2" + , without vb. Is 26 s : so ->?$ Jb 7 21 V 7°, ItW TW1 Ez 28 s . (6) with persons, not very common, Dt 32 s5 Is 31 6 57 9 Jes 22 lj yn ?> ^45 15 H9 79 Jbi8 14 1 Ch 12 16 Ne 6 19 , Iffjl Nu24 14 Rui 10 : b N3, esp. with pron. v, W etc. (friendly) 2 S 12 4 Zc 9 9 Am 6', (hostile) 2 S 5* Je 46 22 49 s 50 26 51 4853 ; with a (/»my as subj. IH33' 6 (B>N"6), 2 S 24" Is 47" Jb 3* (cf. Is 66 4 ), Je 4 12 22 s3 $ l&f D"p3n (so Ho 13 13 Is66 7 ). And with vbs. of placing (where ?y would be more usu.) f 21' ta rvioy ic^-ip rvE'n, 22 16 66 12 , with KBap ^9 5 13a 1 "* Jb 36* : cf. VBKp bw, ninntfn, Gn 4s 12 + (also 'K ?y). h. expressing direction towards (without contact), ■(ins? backwards Je 7 24 , pnp outwards jr 41 7 , Hpyo? upwards, noo? downwards/ to scatter nil 73? Je 49 s2 cf. v 36 Ez5 10 +, (ow) mnn yaiK 1 ? EZ42 20 Dn 8 8 1 1 4 1 Ch 9 24 : of the points of the com- pass (without vb.) ...nKSp towards the quarter of (the N., S., etc.) Ex 26 18 + oft. P (so Ez 47 15 ), Dm!', mrob etc. (late : earlier mtDO. or nmto etc.) Ez4o 23 4i ll,4 42 4 Ne 3 26 1 Ch 5 9

63 ? 28 I2 16 26 «-18 2 Ch jjM n3nD t, 2 Ch 20 24. 

also (peculiarly) 1 S 14 40 1 K 20 38 2 K II 11 . i. expressing addition (rare); Is 28 l0l3 13?p IX 1p^ 1p, 56 s (resuming i?y), Ec f TXib nnN (adding) one to another, Ezr 8 24 Ne n 17 (by is more usual in this sense). . Expressing locality, at, near, idiom, in the phrases ^Sp = before (sts. after vbs. of motion, as 1 K i 23 , but very oft. otherwise), -3-Jjb in the sight of, xb, po'p, biir.tyb (only Ec io 2 ), nnSP at the entrance (of), Gn4 7 Nu 11 10 -)-; in other, rarer connexions, Nu 20 24 . . .-of»(usu.by), Jus^dlv^a),^ tGn 49 13 - 13 Ju5 ,7 , , b|' t^i4i 7 Pr8 3 , Ho5 1 nBYpi5 ) 2 Ch 3 5 15 . ryi*b=vnthin, 1 K 6 30 Ez 40 16 . . To denote the object of a vb. — a. with the Hif., mostly of iutrans. vbs., properly (as it seems) a dat. commodi, as p D'50 to give rest to, 3 , Pl")n to give width to, b 1Xn ; p p'SH, excep- tionally also with other words, as Vi"y) , D^Sin, pnitn to give righteousness to, Is 53 11 , f^nn Gn 45 7 , P3n give understanding to (lute), , P Si !' (do.), nann Ho io 1 , mbn Jb 12 s3 , nnsn Gn 9 * give breadth to. b. with other vbs., sporadi-