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514 b byt?e, b byo, b "989, b tyfc&t b P 6 ? 1 ?. *? y l? (all oft.) ; more rarely, b 'TnWS, b 15?3», b nfrao, b nira bx, b njoi nra Ex 3s 15 , b nan Dn 12", b mra b pee, b naao, b a'oDta, b nnn ; poet. b W'H'IM ff 116 1418 . See )V3, pn, etc.; and cf. Ju 7 18 . d. construed with passive verbs, the 7 of reference notifies the agent, as p ^l? blessed oy, Gn 1 4 17 + oft. ; otherwise not very common, Gn 31 15 b aE*n3 to be reckoned by (so Is 40 17 ), Ex 1 2 16 fab wn efcrbap bs* y« : W, M? n 'FV... ' S 2 ' 2 5 7 2 S J 9 M Je 83 *? "^ ( Pr

1 3 ), 29 s2 f 73 10 1 1 1 2 Pr 1 3 13 ib-ban" is pledged 

ty ft, 14 20 Ne 6 1 - 7 b S»B>3, 13 26 b 3WK, Est4 3 " Ec 5 12 b "HD^. ' So with TOO? Ex i 3 7 (=Dt

4 ), JHto ' 1 S 6 3 Ez 36 s2 Ne 4" (but usu. with 

these words b is rather the dat. comm. be known, appear, to), -tfiOT Gn 25 21 + , &VV and XX03 Is 65 1 + to let oneself be entreated, sought, found, by, 1D13 +Lv 26 s3 , H3J0 +Ez 14" (?). (Comp. in Syr. No' 247 , esp. with pass. ptcp. » 279 (so Talm., Luz 590 ), which in Maud, and New Syr. even unites with the b to form a new tense, v. No M i m ! NS ' 104 .) Analogously Gn 38 16 ib "VW1 and was pregnant by, v 18 p rnn (adj.) pregnant 6y (lit- to). e. regarding, in respect of, viz. (a) with verbs of speaking, commanding, hearing, etc. ; concerning, about (syn. by, which is more usu.); so with "V?N Gn " Dt33 ,213+ Ju 9 M Is 4 1 7 V3 3 4i 6 +."T! Ez44 5 , IS? ^2 2 31 , Ehl Dt^ 30 2S11 3 , D?n Gn 4 2 9 , fpin Mi2 6 , WJf NU8 20 f9l u +, WPf* Gn 17 20 , and oft. in the adjunct , .."W*6, . . . nefc bab Gn 27 s Jos i 18 22 2 + ; bX& Gn

7 + , esp. in phr. BibtJ'p '&b bc<E> to ask about 

any one with ref. to (his) welfare ; in the phr. njn n:nb t'n regard to this thing (idiom.), Gn

21 iS 30 M + , Ju 2 1 57 D'ebb, 1 K20 7 ; without 

a vb., Lv 7 s7 14 54 Dt33 7 , and in titles Je 23"

s 48 1 49 1 7 - 2328 . (6) limiting the application 

of a term, esp. with 3 to denote the tertium comparationis, as Gn 4 1 19 5P? . . . H3na Wlf) tO a8 regards, in respect of (in our idiom, simply in or /or) badness, Ex 24 10 ">nbb D'Otfn DXya m brightness, Dt 34 1112 Ez 3 3 (rd. prfob) Pr 25 s

Ch 24 4 ; with an inf., Gn f 13DD *in«3 rWI 

njTlb ire respect of knowing, etc., 34 1S IS21 1 f]i7np niDIDS as whirlwinds in respect o/sweep- ing through, Jos io 14 2 S I4 1726 Ez 38 9 " 1 Pr 26 s eiwb irro nub mwra, i Ch 1 2 9 "incb ctoxa ; Ju7 1212 + oft. ; less freq. in comparisons with }», 1 K io 23 noanj* -pb . . . bap . . . b-wi, ct i 2 Jb 30 1 tivb »3DB DnW (cf. the accus. 15'°), 32 4,6 , cf. 1 1 6 iTPVlb DyS3; rarely after substs., 2 Chi6 8 21 s ,' 3" bnspb, v 911 Ezr8 26 (where the earlier language would use appos., or the accus. of specification, Dr i m ). (c) somewhat differently, Lv 5 4b and be guilty nbxi? nn«b as regards one of these things, v s 2 2 5b Nu 18 7 (cf. 1 Ch 26 32 27 1 2 Ch 19"-") Je 2 s7 (peculiar) thou shalt not prosper Dnb as regards them, Ez44 14 , cf. Jb 9 19 ; after substs. Gn47 26 t?»nb (but cf. ® Di) with ref. to the fifth, Lv 7 26 1 i 46b Nu 19 11 29 39 30" Dt 19 16 23 19 Ezr 8 M 1 Ch 27 1 ('n bab), 2 Ch 8 16 Ne 1 1 24 . (d) . . . bab (-bab), at the close of a description or enumeration, with a generalizing force, as regards all ... =znamely, in brief (Ew 1 "*'), chiefly in P and Chr (prob. a juristic usage) : Gn 9 10b all that go out of the ark H?'? n -- b 3 ? as regards (=namely, even) all beasts of the earth, 2 3 10b Ex 1 4 s8 (cf. v 9 1), 2 7 3 -' 9 28 s8 3 o lb Lv 5 3 - 4 (cf. 1 3") 1 1 42 i6 1621 22 18 Nu3 26b (v 3136 }), 4 27 - 3132 5 9 18 48 - 911 (allP), 2Ki2 6 Jei9 13 Ez 4 4 9 iChi 3 ' 2Ch 5 12 (Dbab), 25 s 3i ,e 33 8b (|| 2K21 8 babi) Ezri 5 . (e) introducing a new subj. (rare, and text sts. dub. ; chiefly Chr), as regards . .., Is 32 1 D'lB'bl (rd. prob. &")&) ; b by error from foil. t33Btob), Lv ii 26 1 Ch3 2 (rd. prob. DlbEON), 5 s (f v. Ke), 7 1 (Ke »3»), v 5 *(?), 24 1 2 6'- 23 - 25 - 26 - 3 "*

Ch 5 12 7 21 fr& vbv tajrbab (|| i K 9 8 lajrbs), 

cf. Dt2 4 6 (peculiar); Ec 9 4 Kin ^n abap "3 'l) 3113; cf. ^17* (on 16 3 v. Comm.). In Chr sts. used peculiarly as a periphr., 1 Ch 28 Ib21 3^3 bsb as regards every liberal man = every 1 iberal man (cf .Ke), 2 9 5 *- 6b ; cf . Ezr 6 7 ( Aram.), 7 28 . f. in connexion with terms designating a cause or occasion, with reference to or in view of (Germ. auf. . . hin) becomes nearly equivalent to on account of, through (not common) : so to cut oneself K'SSp Lv 1 9 s8 on account of a (dead) person, Dt'14 1 Je i6 6b , Lv 1 1 24 •<■»? nbt Qk4"* I have slain a man V??? because of my wound, v 23 " Ex 4 «e nib^b, Nu 35° Q^b ; ]?b = therefore (syn. J3 by), constantly (v. RJ) ; Job 30 24 (si vera 1.) with 3*>b in multitude, Dt 1 10 3ib D^OB'n '33133 }b : of the cause of an emotion, Is 1 5 s aNIDp 'a?