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»h Lam 4 6 ; and px Is 47 14 ). (d) standing alone : (a) xVdx if not, Gn 18 21 : njHX kVdKI, 29" 42 16 Jb 9 s4 24 s5 J (0) «VdK . . . n, or not, Gn 24 21 waiting to know t6"DK ta"W '" PpJ^, 27 21 37 33 Ex 16 4 Nu 1 i a Dt 8 2 Ju 2 22 (cf. PX Q«, W 2 d 0, 8). In answer to a question or request, to deny, or decline, Nay, No : Ju 1 2 5 t/b "lOK'l , Hg2 12 ; '3nN«i5Gn23 11 42 10 iSi 15 + ; oft. sq. 13, No: for ...— No: but . . . , Gn 18 15 TtMW J^f "3 *?, i 9 2 Jos 5 14 24 21 1 S 2 16 Qr (v. Dr), io»(@ MSS), 2Si6 18 24 24 iK3 M +; Jb2 3 6 (strangely). (Cf., in deprecation, ?X.) (e) with an interrog. force, which however does not lie in X? as such, but (as in other cases) in the contrast with a preceding clause, or in the tone of voice (cf. ]l/;Ew tffl " Ges" 801 Dr 18u,w ): Jon 4" '31 DWX t6 »$H1 . . . PlDn nnx, Jb 2 10 ; 22 11 ; Ex 8 ffl ; 2 K 5 26 Je 49* ! (|| Ob 5 Xi?n), Mai 2 15 La 3 s8 ; and in passages, exeg. or text, doubtful (v. Comm.), 1 S 20 14 2 S 23 s (but v. Bu), Ho 10 9 (Ew We), n 5 (Ew), Jb i 4 16b (but ® Ew Di "fcjp), La i 12 (Ew Ke), 3 M (Ke Ba). b. with adjs. and substs.: (a) Gn 2 18 VTiij DIXn ni

31D tb not good is man's being 

alone, Ex i8 I7 +'oft. (b) EX4 16 D^rn tf* xb ^ix, Am 7 14 ♦BJK K»3J t6, Nu 23' S? B»* 16 S??'!, Dti7 15 (v. ->e>K 2 6) 20 20 32 47 iSis 29 2 S 18 20 tri>n nnx nrJfeflB t^x t6, 21 2 1 K 22 33 2 K 6 19 -mn nf jA, Mi'a w Is 27 11 Ho 8 6 ; noni tffb* K*> Je 2" 16 20 2 K 19 18 ; 1 K 19" 11 t6 "• «&$, Dt30 1213 Jb 15 9 28 14 *$ ^ *& (|| ItJ Hpy), ^74 9 Jes 10 rwn 'b tab, io 16 ; Dt 3 2 21 D3 fWK tb D»l|, Jeio 14 Hbi 14 Jbi6 17 3 8 26 13 D1X t6 13"]0; 1K22" ttyb DtflX ib, Je

31 ^ 2 2 3 ^ mpn t6i : , jb 1 8 1719 29" » -its? xS, 
1 " 33 9 ; Je 2 19 ^ WJIJ? X'bl and (that) my 

terror reached not unto thee, Jb 21 9 ; abs. Gn 2 9 7 nappn fipsn hpfc (Hgi 2 ), Nu 20 s 2X4" n3B» x^>i enn xi>, Is 44 s Jes 12 xin to^ nctoi, Jb9 32 22" 36 s6 41 s ; Pr 19 7 (si vera 1.) fRO npn~X7 O^DX words which or« no<, which are nought, (c) with the ptcp. to is rare, a finite vb. being usu. preferred (Ex 34 7 n|33^ X7 nijV3"l ■ Ew * K0 c Dr » 162 ) : 2 S 3 s4 nilDX t6 Jp^ Ez 4 14 2 2 M Dt28 61 f 38 15 J5W xi> if* B*K3 who is not hearing, Jb 12 3 13 2 D?P ^ ^£S *6, Zp 3 5 (very anom.) ; 1 K 10" ib is prob. text. err. in b> *p tb mm or b win iob xb, Dt 4 42 19 46 Jos 20 5 (cf. ^X Nu 35°), N?.'C is best construed as a subst., he being a not-hater to him afore- time. — In most of the cases under b, c, px could have been employed ; but the negation by X? is more pointed and forcible. . Not in predication : a. coupled to an adj. to negative it, like the Gk. a-, but usu. by way of litotes : Ho 1 3 13 D3n~X7 |3 an unwise son, ^ 3 6 6 310 ib "i-n a way not good, 43 1 ib ^ TDn, Pr 16 29 30 2 " 6 Ez20 25 2Ch30 17 : Is 16" ■V33 Kb, cf. io 7 CJ/D tb. b. with a ptcp. Je 2 2 nynt ib px, i8 15 (the finite verb is more com- mon : see Is62 12 nafjg tb -VJ (cf. 54 11 ), Je 6 8 n3CT3 »b px, i5 19 '22 6 31 18 Zp 2 '). o. tGn

13 txb tb pxa , Je 5" Hab i 6 b~tb ni33f p, 

Pr 26 17 V~ti7 y 1 "]. d. with a subst., in poetry, forming a kind of compound, expressing point- edly its antithesis or negation (Germ, un- is sts. used similarly): Dt 32 5(7)17 - 211 they made me jealous ?X X?3 with a not-God (with what in no respect deserved the name of God), v b DV tOS i.e. with an unorganized horde, Am 6 13 "9T Iw? D^np^n i.e. at a thing wh. is not, an un- reality (of their boasted strength), Is io 15 D'lro y]l X? ntSD like a rod's lifting up what is no wood (but the agent wielding it), 31 8 X? 3"in B"X, D1X X^ 3in, 55 2 Drb Xl^a for what is not bread, ny3B'7 Xl?3 for what is not for satiety, Je 5 7 D"n1)X 163 lyspi by not-gods, in late prose 2CI113 9 nnbyt x'^ jnb; + 44 ' s nbpn pn _ X?3 ^jpy for no-value (i.e. cheaply), Pr 13 23 Jb io 12 D^nD t6l ; m»*>5r darkness and disorder; so 'SJTX? Ho i 9 2 s5 : still more pregnantly Jb 2 6 2 * nb-x^ riqirnp ( poe t. for ra i!> px nt?xi>) the powerless, v 2b - 3 * (Ew' 286 " Ges » 15a - J "•), 39 16 n^> X^i) n»33 n-B'pn useth hardly her young ones (making them) into none of hers; and even Hb 2 6 vX? naipn M)Aa< 1* not his own (cf. Jb i8 15 b bso). Cf. with a verb, and ellipse of "IPX, Is 65 1 ^XB> X^i> to those who have not asked, v" Je 2 8 ^»'l6 nqx, v " b ; also npm xi? Ho i 68 2 25 , and prob. Jt>3i 31 X^ V3B'3 (pf. in p.) one not satisfied, e. in circ. clauses (Dr i 164 ), poet, and rare : qualifying a subst., 2 S 23 4 fiiay Xx 1j?a a morning without clouds, Job 1 2 24 fyi tb Vh2 in a. pathless waste, 38 26 *; and a verb Jb34 24 "l'5n ib Dn-?? y^ without inquiry, ty 59 4 ^HXDn xSl 'yB'Q X^ (cf. v 4 |iy bl), in late prose, twice, 1 Ch 2 30 " 2 nD'1 D'33 X? (px and y3, q. v ., are more usual in such cases).