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512 cally early (if the text be sound), but mostly late, in conseq. of Aram, influence (in Aram, the accus. being constantly denoted by 7), as 3TK Lv i 9 18J4 2 Ch 19 s , rtfl 2 S 3 30 Jb 5 2 , VQ (mostly), fl?3 2 S 6 16 , sts. also n3T to remember, nay to serve (work or do service for), "iiy (2 S 8°, and esp. late), eni (esp. Chr), 7.?!? (only Chr Ear), NED (prob. the dat. coram.), nne> 1S23" Nu 32 16 , it}? Am 6 3 , 7}? ^ 34', "5? n6 16 , "W ge'Dnii 38 ', m 1CI126 27 29 13 , THS 29 20 Nen 2 , «pn 2CI132 17 ; see also iS22 7 2K8 6 Jei6 6 40 2 Jon 4 ° * 6 9 6 73' 8 1 35" 136*" Pr r 7 26 ■"> I22Sb La 4 5 1 Ch 16 37 18 6 (yehn, altered fr. 2 S 8 6 : so + 1 16 6 ), 25' 29 s3 - 22 2 Ch 5 11 6 42 if 24 s 34 13 (usu. ?y), Ezr 8 16 ; at the end of an enumeration, 1 Ch28 lb 2 Ch24 ,2b 26 14b 28 23 ; marking the defin.obj.inappos., 1 Ch 29 18 2 CI12 12 23 1 ^135" i 3 6 19 - 20 (=earlier m, Gn 26* Ju 3 15 Isf 8 2 ); after a sf. (in Syr. fashion), 1 Ch S 26 O D.??_1, 23 s 2 Ch 25 510 28 15 , cf. Ne 9 32 ; defining anom. the sf. of a noun, Nu 29 18 - 21!!4 " 40 - 1 Ch f tforrm ?3^>, 2 Ch 3 1 lSl8 Ezr 9 1 1 o". (But in sentences of the type ^B^ eni 1 ! NJ * H* 5 " 72 12 Is 51 18 Je 14 16 49 s La i HM , the 7 belongs prob. to pM: cf. the || types "V?9 $ P* ^142" Dt28 31 Jeso 32 La i 2 , J? P*? Bh> Je 30" La 4 4 .) Cf. Ges 5,17n . 4. Into (ils), of a transition into a new state or condition, or into a new character or office: — a. Gn 2 12 nEtef> ybsrrriS |3>1 mfo a woman, 1 2 2 7i"l3 'iab ^JM m<o a great nation, and very oft. with this and similar verbs, as Ex 26' Is 44 1710 , Db> Gn46 3 Is 5 20 make bitter into sweet etc., 28 17 , I"? 42°, also in such phrases as Bf> HBB'b to make into a desolation Is 1 3' Je 4 7 etc. 19 8 ; 7 IBn to change iWo Ex 7 15 Dt 23 6 + , to cut or divide into Gn 32 s Ju 19 29 Isii 15 +, |> «11'B> to burn into Am 2 1 , Dt 9 21 ->?y> ?f ?yB fr 7 14 maketh t'reta(or to be) flaming ones ; 7 rWl <o become, in many diff. connexions, as Gn 2' r^n l?Q37 DINn W1 became a living soul (see iTTl II. 2 e, p. 2 26 a ); (l s »b) "17»7 ntW3 to anoint so as to be king, as king (Germ, 'zum Konig': cf. Old Engl, to, as Ju 1 7 13 and ' We have Abraham to our father'), 1 S 9 16 15 1 etc., *? ntt to appoint as 13" 25 30 ; b nt? ^ 45 17 ; even more freely, as ^? ^V T! 1 K 1 4 2 . cf- 2 S 3" 1 Ch 2 9 23 ; 7 3E>n to count /or (or a*) Gn38 ,6 + oft.; Ex2i 7 when a man sells his daughter i"l»K? for, as, a female slave, Dt 6" to bind nteb for, as a sign, 33ri?n JDfe>f> (Kr) go «« «o oe an adversary Nu 22 22 - 32 , arijo ro^fl) Dip 1 s 22 813 , i> nov is 1 1 10 Dn 1 1 1 , ^an? NX" 1 to go forth into the state of one free Ex2 T i 2 (cf.v 26 - 27 after n7B>), 2 K 25 12 Is 14 2 J634 11 , ^48 4 7 JH13 hath made himself known as, 87* i> T3ffl to mention aa, Ez 13 20 ; poet. Jb 39 16 h7"K7p iVja ITE'pri treats her young ones hardly (turning them) into none of hers : without a vb. (poet., or late prose) Mi i 14 Na i 7 Hb i 11 •(fab inb ft, Zc 4 7 La 4 3 Jb 13 12 Hg i 9 1 Ch 2 1 12 26 s9 28 ,8b 2 Ch 23 4 . b. this usage is also combined idiomatically, with great freq., with a 2nd ?, of reference (5 a d), giving rise to such phrases as Gni 29 r$a*{> iW 03^ to you it shall be for food (see IWI XX. 3 f i p. 2 2 6 b ), 4 5 8 Wl«l n'jriBi) 3sb, 47 26 Dt 28 925 Ju i 33 1 S 2 ffl Is 2 1 4

8 18b DD-ioj) i7 Dn«rn, 49 6 17 nayb ,930 nx 

63 8.io 3 «^|, bnb liana (Jb 3 o 21 ), Je 15 420 20 4 2i» Hb2 7 V33**94 B 132 13 139" Jbl 3 24 ^nni

3W, 16 12 etc. 

. With reference to, viz. a. defining those in reference to whom a predicate is affirmed, hence oft. = belonging to, of: (a) Dt 23 s in

ta» N7 **te», v 4 - 9 La i 10 ; |» nrpn i s 2 35 

iKi4 ,0 + ; j> n'3tfn JC48 35 ; } «W» n^ ^7 1 K 2 4 8 23 + ; 1 S 25 s4 5» "in" ox, Gn 17 10 hon "fc»3 73 D37, 34 1522 Exi2 48 1 S 11 2 ; 1 K 14 13 ; 7 ND3 by 35?' 2 K io 30 15 12 Je I3 13 22 4 ^ 132 12 cf. v"; b OT3 HKi Gn5o 23 V128 6 ; |» "»* to perish belonging to 1 S 9 320 Is 26"; ^ NSO to find belonging to Dt 22 14 I S 13 22 ; Gn 23 16 money "inbb "I3JI current io (=with) the merchant, Nu 9 10 Am 9 1 Is 33 14 Jb 12 6 : note further the pron. in Ex io 5 mtWl |D D3? n»2fn, i 2 2 - 5 2 6 33 Lv ii 29 «»Bn nsb nil ( c f. v 4 - 8 ), 19 23 25 30 26 5 - 26 nnb nap D?b n3B»a (Ez 14 13 ), Nu 28 19 32 21 34 4 Dt'28 66 JosV aanby nb nisnyn, Jui6 9 i 9 14 (cf.b niTGn 3 2 32 +), 1S5 9 2S15 30 2K 4 27b nB'a3 F6-rn» T (cf. Isi5 4 Je 4 19 ), IS23 7 Je2 21 Mi 2 4 '7 E^O* l'X, Ez 16 14 29 7 yfr no 3 ; also 40 7 ears hast thou digged to (or /or) me, 5i 12 (cf. 1 S io 9 ), Is 50 4 ' 5 |TN *7 "IT. (0) in such phrases as Nu i 4 ntflpb K*{< E^K a man for (or o/) a tribe, 7" 31 4 , Dt i 23 Jos 3 12 18 4 Ju 20 10 ten men HKB? 0/ 100, 100 of 1000 etc.; i> jitJ'NI = first 0/ Ex 12 2 2 S 19 21 . (c) spec, of relationship, to define a man's family or tribe, esp. in geneal- ogies, Nu i 6 -W7K plN-17, v 7 - 8 etc., v 23 ' 24 etc., 3 2127 1 Ch 24 2021 etc., 26 2326 etc. + oft.; in the opp. order Ex 31 2 Lv 24 11 Nu 17 23 "17 n<37 pm 1 K15 27 etc., cf. 2 S 3 "- 5 , also 9 3 * Gn20 18 4 6 2627 ; similarly i» Dns^n 2 K io"- 17 , 5» Hon 1 K 14"