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m 1 ? A,i.„u.E U ropa.iff7(t. ; Ar 'LXJ; c f. further Rob BBi..«5ff.493 GASm G^.« ff . Buhl" 3 **'- 110 and reff.; name prob. fr. whiteness of its cliffs Rob BB " ,49:i ) ; — wooded mountain-range on northern border of Isr. [usu. c. art.'?? (51 1.); without art. fi^p, poet, and late Ho 14 8 Na I 4 2 K I9 23 =ls 37 s4 , Ez 3 i lsl « Is 14 8 29 17 33 9 4o 16 Je 18 14 Hb 2 17 Zc 10 10 11 1 + 2 9 " Ct 4 8 - 91116 ; c. n loc. nji&jj iK S 28 *]; perh. first mentioned in definingalocality, as fiil'?? in, Ju 3 3 (E ace. to GFM ; this com- bination only here), but also in early proph., then in D, and later ; — in defining a locality Joso 1 ; '?H nVi?3 Josh 1 ' 12 7 (side of Baal Gad); as a marked feature, in describing extent of land Dt i 7 3 2S 1 i M Jos i 4 1 3 s ('^-b) v 6 (all D), 1 K 9 19 =2 Ch8 6 , Je 22 M Zc io 10 ; 'Wl fc*h Je 2 2 6 (fig. of royal house of Judah), as a height Ct 4 8 - 8 ; ^H hat? Ct7 5 i.e. a tower built on Lebanon; '? iff Je 18' 4 snow of L.; L. as source of streams Ct4 15 ; 'b i" Ho 14 8 ; most often, however, as bearing forests, esp. of cedars, v? Tl^ Ju 9 15 (in allegory ; perh. J, ace. to GFM), Is 2 13 14 8 f 29 s 104 16 , cf. 1 K s "-*>-»-»-» 2 Ch «**» 2 K i 4 9 - 9 =2 Ch 25 1818 (in allegory), Je22 a Ez i7 3 27 6 3i 31516 Zc 11 1 Ezr 3 7 ^ 9 2 13 Ct3 9 5 15 (sim. of majestic figure); ^ mj Na i 4 ; 'bn 1| Is 352 6o 13 ; bo-yjp 'b an 29 ,7 (|p5?:); 'b WV w ith the same ref. Is 37 M =2 K 19 23 ; '?n=trees of Lebanon Ho 14 6 Is io 34 40 16 ifr2g 6 72 16 ; '? IS33 9 fig., as mourning; '? DDn Hb2 17 i.e. violence done to Lebanon, prob. by cutting down its trees ; '?n "IJT TVS a royal mansion of Sol., 1K7 2 and io ,7 - 21 =2 Ch 9 1620 ; 'b as home of wild beast 2 K i4 9 =2 Ch 25 18 (in allegory); my 5*1, of the odour of cedar forests Ct 4 11 , cf. Ho 1 4" (in sim. ; We thinks 'j here to be a specific plant). tnp7 n.[m.] iwplar (appar.=Ar. ( j£j; Eth. jV-fll: styrax officinalis; but @ cvK>q, cf.  ; Zinj. pi>(?) DHM 8 " 1 ^^ 37 - 59 ; As. libittu; Ar. ^^IJ, cr J, ,2>-*J> *-^-J. *-U-l (loan-words ace. to Fra 4f ); ace. to Thes and most from whiteness of clay, or light colour of sun-baked bricks ; so No z *° «'• ,s * 735 Lag BN m ; > others regard as As. loan-word VOJ L 22tt ; in As. a deriv. fr. labdnu, throw down, prostrate, is sought Dl PrM,1(ofHWB369 >);— 'b Gnu 3 Ez 4 >; cstr. n?3? Ex24 10 ; pi. CP»|> Gnn 3 +7t.; sf. DD'O.apO Ex 5 19 ; — 1 . brick, as building-material, Gn i i 3 (sg. coll.; elsewh. pi.) v 3 ; Ex i 14 ; straw used in making Ex 5 7 , cf. v 8161819 ; Is9 9 (fig.; as inferior to rW| hewn stone); incense burnt on Is 6 5 3 ( = roof-tiles? cf. Che Di). 2.=tile, on which plan of city could be engraved (ppn) Ez 4 1 . Z.=2>avement, Ex 24 10 (cf. Di). T[}lb] vb.denom. make brick (as As. labdnu fr. libittu D1 HWB370 ); — Qal Imp/. 1 pi. '"•J??? Gn 1 1 3 (c. ace. cogn.) ; Inf. cstr. J3pp Ex 5 7 (c. ace. cogn.), v 14 (abs.) T|270 n.[m.] 1. brick-mould; 2. quad- rangle (on meaning brick-mould, and fig. some- thing rectangular, v. Hoffm ZAW 1882 - **■ Dr 2 s » ", cf. NH Bj»P; Ar. ^L ; Syr. |>i-,N^);_ 1. brick-mould, 2 S 1 2 31 Qr (Kt, by error, p^O), Na3 14 . 2. quadrangle, Je 4 3 9 (at Tahpanhes). }3.7 in '? IWPy ^ 9 1 of dubious meaning, v. Thes Bae P!, " n<m • ,, • x, ". nn 1 ?, v. P33? nfrr^.

1£0 7 ? t£07 vb. put on (a garment), 

wear, clothe, be clothed (NH id.; Aram. Wlb, *&>; As. JaMfe; Ar. J^J; Eth. rtflrti); —Qal Pf. 3 ms. P3 1 ? ^ 93", vib Jb 7 5 + 2 t., Eobl (consec.) Lv6 3 +3t,; sf. Dt?3J» (consec.) Lv 16 4 ; 3 fs. rflb Ju 6 M + 2 t., etc.'(Ez 4 2 14 rd. prob. IBbJri Qr, for 1Bai» Kt, but cl. perhaps interpol., v. Co); Impf. 3 ms. K'Sp* Dt 22 5 +; sf/J^l Jb29 14 , OVlb) EX29 30 ; 1 s. sf. n|£spK Cts 3 ; 3 fpl. -ffaitfi 2Si3 ,8 ,etc; /w.m^ 1 K 22 30 , etc.; Inf. abs. Wlb Hg i 6 ; csir. Vl? 1 ? Gn28 M Lv2i 10 ; iY ac«. pi. Wfipq Zpi 8 ; jtjass. abs. ^ iSi7 s Dnio 5 ; Bb£ Ez 9 2 + 3 t.; cstr. &toS Dn 12 67 , B^ Ez 9" + 3 t. ; pi. cstr. 'gab Ez23 6 +2 t.; — 1. a. lit. ^< <m (one's own) garment (ace.) Gn 38 19 1 S 28 s 2 S 14 1 1 K 22 30 =2 Ch 18 29 , Ex 29 30 Lv 6 34 i6 4 - 42324M 21 10 Dt 22 6 Ez 44 17 ", and so 42 14 Qr (v. supr.), Jon 3 s Ct5 3 Est4> 5'; c. ace. garment + hfcf 5>J Lv 16 3 ; of putting on armour Je46 4 ;=wear (more or less habitually), c. ace. of garment,