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516 pleasure, Mil" ^58" 1E& uSlJV D'Da that run apace, Pr 20" ? ?)!&=goeth his way, Jb 39 4 a i 8b 2 I01,1S 4 6 . (e) with ««w<er verbs, esp. those signifying a state of mind or feeling (chiefly poet,), f 66 7 icf? IDIT btt, 80 7 mb tB^* mockaaZ/wy^eawe, 120 6 'BteJ BJ rust? J"Q! has 7iarf Aer dwelling with, etc., 1 22 s PI? rnSHB* is well compacted, 123 4 PO ny3fe> is but too full, Is 2 a nsb *inn, 2 Ch 25 16 35 S1 Je 7 4 ine:irri>N ?^, v 8 2 K 18 s1 , Ez 37 11 Kb 01JJJ we are quite cut off, Jb 6 19 fob «j? (implying that they/ed themselves on hope), 1 5 s8 iOp QBjJj which should not sit (be inhabited), 19 19 D$ TO, Ct 2 17 8" l|» HOT, and the freq. ijHflft! take heed to thyself Gn 24' + ; with an adj., Am 2 1S nNTQn •V?yr6. (Cf.Ew* 315 *. Very common in SyViac, esp. 6: No' 224 .) i. of reference to a norm or standard, according to, after, by : — (a) Gn 1 " + oft. P un?!» ace. to its kinds, 8" + DrrririB^pp ace. to their families, io 6 W$ B^K, v 3132 , Ex 3o' 2 + DH'T^B? ace. to them that are numbered of them, Nu i 2 Dni3K rV3^> by their fathers' houses, v 2 Dr63bajj, v 3 Qnk35f|j, ^4- oft., esp. in enumerations and classifications ; Gn 1 3 s Abram went VyBDp by his journeyings (stages), so DiV^DD? Ex 17' + ; Gn 13" go through the land narnb* n?"!?^ ace. to (i.e. to the full extent of) its length and breadth (cf. Hb i 6 ); 41 47 nxvyb by handfuls, Nu24 2 + VB3B>? by its tribes, 1 S 29 s D'B^nS'I DIXD^ Dnay by hun- dreds and thousands, 2 S 18 4 , n*^p NU32 33 Jos 18"; Ju 19" nnssjp ace. to her bones (i.e. limb by limb), Ez 24 6 'Mfifff piece by piece; V' 1 40" to hunt rriBrnDp thrust-wt'se, with thrust upon thrust, Is 27" "in? nn«!» (Ges Ew) by one, one (i.e. one by one); hence, esp. with plurals, it acquires sts. a distributive force, as D'liJ?? Is 33 ! by mornings = every morning (cf. 6), so BlEftb ^73" ioi 9 + , ttyfi} Is27 ! + every moment, D'E'inj Is 4 7 "every month, EZ47 12 1 K 1 o 22 B'W tPW? nns once every three years, Am 4 4 tW n^tS>^ every three days (but v. We), 1 019"; in Chr nych nys6, Tyi -vyi), 2 Ch 8" 19', 26". (b) denoting the principle, with regard to which an act is done,^B?Dp ace. to the number of . .. Dt 32" Ju 2i 23 4- , Is n 3 to judge Iff ntnpij.VJW ypf pJ>acc.<othatwhichhiseyes see, his ears hear (cf. Lv i3 12 Jb 42 s ), 28 M , 32 1 a king will reign plS? ace. to justice ( || CBB'np), 4 2 3 nO^=faithfuily, Je 9 2 n?0$> = honestly, 15" 3° u (=46 M ) BBBtefc WP& (synon. io 24 BB&TO3), Ho2 I2 (|pDb), J02 23 Hijnsp; Gn 3 8 24 pregnant O^V=uncliastely, Nu 15 24 fiMB^ by error (elsewhere njjea), 2 Ch 30 3 35 s , Ct 7' flowing down ti^vrvb straiijMy (Pr2 3 31 '3), 3ib Jb26 8 2Chi4 14 , poeO'MO? Jb 3 6 31 in abundance, Q$b=gently 2 S i8 6 +; Ex i6 3 ^ 78 s5 V±h ace. to satiety; hi] 1 ? ace. to the foot (pace) of Gn 33 14 + (v. 59*3); i S 23 20 ^B3 Wfty (Dt i2"aL'3), 2 S 15" Ovrb ace. to their sim- plicity, i.e. unsuspectingly (so 1 K 22 s4 ), 1 K 9 11 issn-^ij, is 5 4 16 Ez 22 6 iintp, Jb 12 6 fn 9 911M Ifl??*? (II '? v 68 " 6 - 170 ), Ec i» long ago D<cfoyl> ace. to (measured by) the ages etc. (v. Hi): so also in the phr. 3"jn 'Bp ace. to a sword's mouth, i. e.as the sword would devour, without quarter, Jos 6 21 + oft.; .... 'Bp itself also, in various fig. applications, has the force of ace. to, Gn 4 7 12 , etc. (v. HB); and in fj ^xS (pfc) B» it is (not) ace. to the power of thy hand (v. p. 43). Similarly Dtn 11 tfpfn leob after the manner of the rain of heaven, i.e. as the rain permits (opp. to the artificial irrigation of v 10 ), Ju2i 12 +33B>Op -I3J, Ez 12 12 |?y? i.e. as the eye sees it. j. designating a condition or state : nt?3P in a state of confidence = confidently, Lv 25"* + oft.; jlfft "'-r* t#w a state °f separation (= apart), so V$ (v. pp. 94, 95); tibfi Gn 4 4 17 + , yO?i> suddenly f Is 29 s 30 13 ; Y3p in a condition of no . . .= without, Is 5 14 + (v. •bz), so . . . [*Np (late, v. p. 35), ttty +2 Ch 15 3 ; further Is i 1 vH? tM a 8tate °f sickness, 50 11 fDXJjDp, ir 45 1S ntoiJlK Ezr 2 63 =Ne 7 te a priest CDr&l D^t6 having relation to (i.e. with) U. and Th., 2 Ch 20 21 EHp n-i-in(j =t - w holy adornment (cf.'B ^29" 96'). And of a concomitant circumstance (Germ, bei), in presence of, at, Jb 29 s WKa Hb 3 ", . . . hpi» Jb2i ls Ezr 3 13 . . Of time: a. towards, against, sts. with co 1 1 at . idea of in view of, much rarer than 3, but expressing concurrence (at) rather than duration (in) : Gn 3 s Bi'n OVip at the breeze of the day,njJpin various connexions, as 3*},J? DJJp Gn 8" + (v. ny ) ; B'JBTO D wy!> t Ezr 1 o 14 Ne 1 o 36 '; rnia rimyb tf 9 10 io 1 ; . . ,trt$ a«, ow the day of, + 8i 4 Pr 7 20 + , . . . Di^ Ifcvn HD Is io 3 Ho 9*