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517 (ef. Je 5 31 ); . . .yfa tntf} tEz 22 14 ; . . ."IB* Ci'S tMal3 17 ; njE>n n3iB>ni> 2Sn 1 +; nsipn5> own 1 1 S 1 s0 , ruBfa nsipr6 1 2 Ch 24 s3 (Ex 34 s2 without ^), (On*) D'JE* fib (late) 2CI118 2 Ne 1 3 6 Dn n 6I3 (in early Heb. OT?J ftp) ; . . . rwb 1 2 Ch 1 5 10 ; "$Q + 30 6 49" + (Ex 3 4 3 after tW fai = against, for; cf. 19" Pr2i 31 ); (D'lpaS Is 33 2 , v. 5 i); Tdh Gn 49 s7 (IfO)*! inoij t Ex 8 6 (in answer to v 6 »n»f»), v 19 Est 5' 2 (Nu 1 1 18 Jos 7 13 after lEHpnn = against), rnnsp Jon 4 7 (cf. 1 Ch 29 21 ) ; 1^ Jb 24"; lyis!?,' . . . ~tj?i»b, Gn 1 7 21 Ex 23 15 + ; Of^ and 'J$ 6e/or« (oft.); l'inxi>Aerea/!er,tIs4i 13 42 23 ; ^32""; withinf. (rare), in the phr. (3Tf) 1p v 3(n) niiBp Gn 2 4 63 + , 2 S 1 8 W Is 7 1S ^ib Wmhe knoweth. 1>. to denote the close of a period (rare), Gn 7 4 BVr? nyat? my, v 10 Ex 19 16 2 S 13 23 Am4 4 iw ns^E^ (We); Ezr io 8 - 9 Ne 6 15 Dn 1 2 7 (cf. n? 7 s5 ) 2 Ch 21" (so Syr.: v. PS "^ 5). c. towards, to, Ex 34 25 TJftfc P^ ^ (usu. TJ, as 23 19 ), Dt 16 4 1 S 1 3 8 (after^nw), Am 4 7 ">7$ ETChf! HW0 Tlja <o the harvest ; oft. in the expressions &PW, n *& "^l "* 1 ?, "*• "^J rather differently in tttj) Di'D V96 2 (|| 1 Ch 16 23 b»), Est 3 7 (i.e. passing from day to day), cf. 2 S 14 26 (Gie 301 ). d. for, during, Is 63 18 ">PSq!? (si vera 1.), 2 Ch 1 1 17 m mb6, 29 17 . . With an m/ (Ges' IK »), $> denotes a. most commonly the end or purpose of an action (=the Lat. gerund with ad, e.g. ad faciendum, to do) : Gn 1 17 and he placed them in the firma- ment H?n£> • • • 5**$) "«*$ <o give light and /o rule . . ., and to divide, etc., 2 15 set him in the garden i^B?: **??¥? t0 && it,and«o keep it, v 9 brought them to Adam rnKlp to see, etc., + very oft.; Gn 19 20 »& Ovb rohp near for fleeing thither, Ec 3" TJ^? nj> a time for bring- ing forth. The neg. is expressed by 'IO??, q.v. b. with reference to, limiting or qualifying the idea expressed by the principal vb., and so resolv- able sts. into so as to, to, sts. into in respect of, in: — (a) so as to, to, Dt 8 6 and keep the com- mands of' ink narvjfl wna nbb to walk in his ways, and to fear him, io 15 1 1 22 19 9 1 K 2 3 - 4 n 2

S 20 2036 Jo 2 26 wbsnj) easy n'e>y yfa so as to 

do wondrously, Ez 5 6 ;' Ju 5 18 WBJ Wti *(*} D$? so as to die, for dying [not 'unto death'], 16' 6

K 20 1 ninb rbn ; Gn 2 3 nifc^ so as to make 

(or in making) which, he created ; and in the very freq. "fotO, introducing the words spoken, so as to say = saying (Germ, indem er sagte), Gn i 22 , etc. (6) in respect of, in (cf. 5 e (b)) Gn 34 7 1 S 1 2 17 your evil is great that ye have done *|?0 03? PiKKO in asking for yourselves a king, v 28 14 33 the people sin against J. i>3K7 bfWPTJ) in eating with the blood, 19 5 2S19 7 2 K 4 24 Je 44" ^36 3 6 3 3 78 18 101 8 103 20 Ne 13 18 . And with the tert. compar., above, 5 e (b). Esp. with verbs expressing what with us would be denoted by an adv. adjunct, but in Heb. idiom forms the principal idea.as 1 S i 12 '.Pinnp nriTjn lit. did much in respect of praying (= prayed long or much), Is 55 7 tfb$ Ttft <3 + ; 2 K 2 10 PiNEO fl'E'pn thou hast done hardly in respect of asking (= asked a hard thing), 1 K 14 9 J?in ni'E»i£; so with yypn Gn 12", Tip 27 20 , pmn Ex8 M b>BVn Nui 4 44 , TO Dt I 41 , E>;?3 Jus 28 , Vrhttn i3 19 VCh26' 5 (with^a««.vb.), 31B>iKi3 17 Ezr9 14 , 3W1 Je i 12 + (without b 1 S i6 I7 l p'Dyn Is 2 9 ,6 + , Sj Ez 3 6 9 , bnan Jo 2 20 + , nia> <ncfflp Jon 4 2 , W3M1 f 113 6 , ^fcrfR v 6 ; Gn3i" w ri«3ru O'lSp hast hidden thyself in regard to fleeing =hast fled secretly, 2 S 19 4 N13P 333rW=come in stealthily, (c) by an extension of (6), the inf. with p so forms the complement of a verb that, if the verb be trans., it becomes virtually its object: so very oft. with such verbs as sj'Din to add Gn 4 212 , bm to begin 6 inn 1 I s , bs> 13 6 ,

  • ™ 18 7 , ]r to permit 20 6 , TOH 24% £^3 Ex 2 1S ,

f& 7 14 , ™^ Dt 1 4 s3 , ysn 25 s , yr iK 5 20 (these all occur also without ?) ; ^Nin to undertake, consent, Gn 18 1731 , n^>3 to finish, DO" Dt 2 16 (to come to an end in respect of), HJi? Is 5 2 ; also fH T SGn50 2 ,1?KEx2 14 , HOT Nu 33 M , 2vn 1 S 18 25 , yy V 625 » n ^ Je 12", 3HK Ho 12 8 : Dt io 12 what doth ^ ask of thee rtKT^ DX '3 except to fear etc. ? (cf. Mi 6 8 after BHT without b). (d) as the «m6/. of a sentence (rare) : Is 1 o 7 TDE'n7 133b, 1CI129 12 ; with 31D 1S15 22 V"8" Ec 7" Pr 2 1 9 (usu. without ?, as v 19 25 s4 Ex 14 12 ); cf. ExS 22 p mfeTji» J13J x^ ; 2 S 18 11 nn^i ^51, Nei 3 13 Ezrio 12 ; Mi 3 1 njni> Dab N^n, Ezr 4 3 2 Ch 1 3 s 20 17 26' 8 . («) with |f*, r« (late), and (more rarely) X?, in sense bf it is (not) possible to . . ., or (sts.) there is no need to . . .: see E* 2 cc (p. 442); W6 (p. 34b), adding Hag i 6 Est8 8 2 Ch 2 2 9 ; N'? 1 a 6 (p. 518): and cf. Dr f202 Ges ! " 4 ' Dav' Mb - Mb . (/) with rm, to ex- press the idea of destination, as Nu 24 s2 nT ppl