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w. Jos 3 3 S 33 (both D ; as bearing ark), also Je 33 1851 ('sn '7?), Ez 43 19 44 16 ; cf. Dt 18 7 27 14 Je 33 s2 ; '7H '3n likewise 2 Ch 23 18 30 27 (but id. prob. 'br) after ©653, cf. Ot and infr.) tc. as tribal designation, Ex 6 M Nu 3 39 4 WM Jos 21 1 (all P), 1 Ch g 33 " 15 12 2Ch 35 5 Ne 1 1 1516 12 24 ; with ref. to share in land Lv 25 32 - 32 ' 33 - 33 (H), Nu i 47 2 s3 Jos 1 4 3 - 4 2 !"■*■*****>*> (all P), 1 8 7 (D), 1 Ch 6 49 ; cf. also 2 Ch 1 i 14 t. d. set apart for service in tabern., Ex 3 8 21 Nu i«"»-m»» 2 17 f" 8 6 + 18 1. Nu8 (all P), cf. 1 Che 33 16 4 ; ministers to Aaron and his sons Nu 3 9 8 19 i8 6 (P); set apart for '< (as redemption for first-born) Nu 3 1212 +7 t. Nu 3 (P); with certain per- quisites Nu 1 8 24MSO + 9 t. Nu (P). 2 . in Chr. the tribal idea is in the background, and thought of Levites as official class is prominent: a. disting. from priests '7ni 'an 1 Ch 9 14 (cf.v 10 ), 13 2 15 4 "" 23 s 24 631 + 67 t. Chr.; also Is 66 21 (ace. to Vrss., but dub.), Ez 44 10 45 s (cf. v 4 ), 4 gn.aJMf. -b. as porters, 1 Ch g- 6 26 17 , cf. 34 s ; as in charge of music, 1 Ch i5 16 " i!1 2 Ch 5 12 29 2530 34 12 Ne 12 27 ; yet disting. fr. porters and singers, Ne 7 1 1 3 310 ; disting. also fr. DT™ I Ch 9 2 Ezr 8 20 Ne io 29 ; further (with various official functions) 1 Ch9 31 +29 t. Chr.; of groups of individuals, 2 Ch 17 88 29 12 34 12 Ezr 2 40 =Ne7 43 , Ezr 8 s3 Ne 3" 9 s 1 o 10 1 2 9 , also 8 7 (om. 1 ; 33 BeRy Ryle). c. B^rrjf 1 Ch 15 15 (bearing ark), 24 30 (tribal designation). — See, on Levites, esp. p f Gesch. d. Stammes Levi : n "VTgArchlv 1. 68 ff. 208 1W Prol. Cap. lv T> c OTJC. 435 f.. 2nd ed., 360 f. "Povi Priesterthum 80 f.. 68 f., and ott. t[717] n.[m.] shaft or enclosed space (poss. in wall), with steps or ladder, only pi. D'W? i K6 8 (^ B^M), on mng. v. Sta ZAW in, 1883, is6«r. > @(£ winding-stair, cf. Buhl, v. Sta ,c - (NH 7*7 winding passage or stair, or enclosed space in which is a winding stair, ace. to Levy HireBii.4w t, utT- sta Uc -; </ dubious; hardly 1717 infr.) vhb, *bib v. sub *?.

/w (appar. secondary V from in. m? 

turn, twist, wind, whence following). t ["h^b] n.f. loop (probably from 1717 ; cf. [HTl] p. 188 supra; Zehnpf BA8lli35 , comp. As. lu-lu,' Schleife')]— only pi. abs. Twbh Ex 26 555 + 8 t., cstr. HKp? Ex 26 4 36 11 ; — loops on edges of curtains of tabernacle, matching the hooks (D'Cnp), for joining the curtains : Ex 26 4 ' 5 - 5B10 " ul

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"h^b v. tfrb sub 6. I * I • v ^" lod Ke. pass the night, fig. abide (NH njv n.lodging, spending tlte night; cf.No z " QMXTll(18S,, - 6a8ff -; ace. toThes kindred with i"6'? (q.v. infra), with change of 7 and )) — Qal Pf. I? Gn 32 s2 2 S 1 2 16 ; 3 fs. iwl consec. (before monosyl.) Zc5 4 ; 1 pi. ^7 consec. Ju 19 13 (v. Ges'^^Ko '•"»); Imp/. pfc Ex 2 3 ,8 + 13 t. 4- 2 S 17 8 , but cf. Hipb..; $! Gn 28" 4- 4 t.; 3 fs. Hrfl Lv i9 13 + 4 t.; ?$? Jb i7 2 (v.Kb ,50 »);

ms. juss. ;bn-7K 2 S 17"; £n Ju 19 20 (v. Kb' 

l0 ), etc.; Imv. ?*? Jup 619 , etc. ; Inf. cstr. fbb Gn 24^+ 5 t.; r$a»"; P«.pl. CWNei3 21 ;— 1. lodge, pass the niglti : a. lit., human subj., oft. c. prep, or adv. of place, Gn 19 2 28' 1 Ju 19 1316 2S 17' 6 Jb24 7 4-oft.(on 2S i7 8 v. Hiph.); c. n loc, nS-)K 33eh ) 2 S 12 16 ; c.3 loc. + 3 temp. MVOT n^a Gn 32 1422 Jos 8 9 ; c. n^n (accus. temp.), Nu22 8 Jos4 3 2S I7 16 i9 8 Ru 3 13 ; of the wicked i/f 59 16 , ace. to HupDePe al.; <fr. n. [17 @93 Aq Che Bae al., cf. A V; aim. of temporary sojourn Je 1 4 s (of '» in Isr.) b. of animals : wild ox (D??"!) Jb 39 9 (sq. 1D13K"75>), porcupine P a i?) Zp 2 14 . c. inanim. subj. a remain all night: of fat of sacrifice Ex 23 18 (E; sq.T^njfy passover meal 34" (P ; sq.1R3?), Dt i6 4 (sq."»p2p; all these without local designation), wages of hireling Lvi 9 13 (H; TVA = with +TpnV) ; of dead body Dt 2 1 23 (7$> loc); dew Jb 29 19 (3 loc); bunch of myrrh Ct i 13 (PS loc.) d. fig. 3Tj;3

ppj ^ go" at evening weeping may come to 

lodge (opp. H3T "lp3?l). +8. fig. abide, remain, subj. P5? {=lootc upon), c. 3 Jb 17 2 ; of error, 19 4 (c. prep. OK pers.), strength 41 14 (of crocod.; c.3); of righteousness, Is 1 21 (c. 3); ^123 te^a P?9 V' 2 5 13 j of hearkening ear Pr 1 5 31 , c. 3 !i? 3 ; of thoughts Je 4 14 , c. id. ; abs., of man, continue, endure, V'49 13 , lv' 5??^ Pr 19 23 he shall continue satisfied. Hiph. Impf. fyj cause to rest, lodge, sq. ace, 2 S 1 7 8 v. Kb' IM9 . Hithpalp. Impf. pn Jb 39 28 dwell, abide, of eagle ; fig. "& ?S3 ppn) yjr 9 1 ' of one trusting in T r?12 n.m. lodging-place, inn, khan ; — abs. 'D G T n 42 s7 4- 5 1.; cstr. |17D 2 K 19 23 Je 9 ';— lodging-place, inn, khan (?) Gn42 w 43 21 Ex 4 24 ; D'niN 'D Je 9 1 ; = camp (of Isr.) for a night, Jos 4 3 (4-pt,),'v 8 ; of Assyrians Is 10 29 ; fig. n»i? t^? 2 K 1 9 s3 , i. e. its (Lebanon's) remotest camping- ground, hyperb. of Assyrian conquest ; so rd.