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bread, the ordinary food of early Hebrews (Benz Arch.8« 1 f. Now Aroh.l.l0 9 «r.) Ex2I»(E), Nu2 I s JoSC, 512 (JE), Dt8 3 2 3 5 Ex i6 3 (P) + ; 'bstt loaf of bread i S 2 s6 4- (vid. 13? sub TO), and without 133 (always c. num.) ti S io 4 16 s0 (v. Dr), 17" 2 i 4 25 18 2 S 16' 1 K 14 3 2 K 4 «+; 'b n^n C ake of bread 2 S 6" Ex 2 9 23 + (v. n^n 8U b I. bbn); made from barley (O^W) Ju7^ 3 2 K 4" (v. also Dnp supr.) ; from wheat-flour (D'tan rbb) Ex 29' (P) ; cf. the mixture Ez 4"; made by baking (flSH) Is 44 1518 Lv26 M (H ; cf. Je 37 21 ); t'^na a bit of bread 1 S 2 M 1 K 17" Pr28 21 , cf. Ez i 3 19 , as modest term for a hospitable meal Gn i8 5 (J), Jui 9 » iS28 B t; disting. from meat (flesh), Gn 2 7 17 (J), 1 S 25" 1 K 17 66 Ex i6 812 (also v 3 supr.), 2 9 3234 Lv8 31 (all P), 2 3 ,8 (H), 1 Chi2 40 '+ ^*> Dn io 3 ; =a meal 1 S 20 27 , *> b^=take a meal Gn 3i" H 37 25 43 J5 - 32 + ; 1^6 5>3K ^ 4 i>» eat my bread, establishing an obligation, cf. Ob 7 (rd. 'b ^3N ace. to Mjirti K,uAT ; del. 'b © Hi We, cf.VB) 'b rwy=make a feast Ec io 19 ; 6 ntsp staff of bread (as support of life), only late tEz 4 16 5 16 14 13 Lv 26 M (H), + io5' 6 ; cf. 'b ]WO Is 3 1 (gloss) t; leavened bread is JW 'b Lv 7 13 ; unleavened bread is HiStt 'b Ex 2 9 2 (both P); fD^S(n) >b bread of the face (of A; i. e. in his presence, Di 1 " 24 ' 9 Dr ,sa ' 7 ): in the sanctuary 1S21 7 1 K7«=2Ch 4 » Ex 2 5 3 »35> 3 39 3 «, with- out 'B 40 23 (all P); = TJ?nri 'b Nu 4 7 (P), BHJ> 'b

S 2 1 5 ; in Chr flSipn 6 1 Ch 9 32 cf. 23 w 

Ne io 34 , ") 'o 2 Ch 13"; opp. i>h 6 1 S 2i 5 t; flBUn 6 L v 23* wave-loaf; D'"133(n) 6v» 2 K 4 42 Jrati of first-fruits. +b. = bread-corn, the material from which bread is made, i.e. wheat, barley, etc.: Gn 4i 6455 (E), 4713.15.17.17.19 (j^ 4Q 2o (poem in J), Is 2 8 28 30 23 55'° Je 5 17 Ez 48™ Jb 28 s Pr 28 s * 104 14 ; n»3 % Nu i 5 19 (P), *> p N

K i8 3; =Is 36 17 t. 2. /oorf in general : a. 

of man, Ju 13 16 (kid, v 15 ), 1 S i 4 »-»-» (honey), 28 20 30" Pr 22 9 ay"* (goat's milk) +; *> ffiS -iB'a-bij ,/, 136 25 . fb. of animals, Pr 6 8 30 25 65 s5 Jb 24= 'jr 1 47 9 f. c. of God (in sacrifices) : fDnvpN 'b ( c f. ES SMnl - 207 ' 2nd<ld - 224 ) Lv2i 6 cf.

    • »*", aa» (all H), cf. Nu 2 8 2 (P), Ez i6»4 4 7 ,'

and 5>tUtp 'b Mai i 7 ; also ("b) ntftf 'b Lv3 1M «  Nu 2 8 24 (all P)t. 3. other phrases and fig. uses are: a. W^'b Pr4 17 (acc. cogn. c. Dr6), prob. =food gained by wickedness (|| Q'DDn |") ; Q£ 1$ 'b 20 17 , D??3 >b 2 3 3 ; n^X5? 6 3 !"'= w yn 1 ? / idleness, i. e. unearned ; , i'?n Pr 30 8 (opp. to riches and poverty, v. ph) ; yvb 'b K 2 2 27 = 2 Ch I8 26 , vid. f*t£ infr. ; D'QXJJri ^ ^ 127 2 , vid. 11. 3$ ; D^K 6 Ho q 4 , vid. |J9, p. 20a ; D^JK 4 Ez 24 1722 of food offered to mourners, cf. Je 16 7 (where ins. 'b © Gf Gie); D'OH ^trb)S "|Or6 nk? Ecu 1 usually interpr. of benevolent giving (cf. Now); De al. of sea-commerce in bread- stuffs, cf. Pr 3 1 14 . b. fig. Dn ucnb Nu 1 4 9 (JE) our food are they, i. e. we will devour, destroy, them (cf. Dt 7 16 ); H 'njJOT + A2 * c f. 8o « ( vid . P3N, p. 37b supr.); 'b of evil deeds of wicked Jb2o' 4 ; i»n>3 ^ Jen 19 appar.fig.of destroying the prophet and his house, but read prob. inba in its freshness (i. e. untimely), so HiGfChe Gie (vid. D? su b nni> supra). "h^rn n.pr.m. brother of Goliath of Gath (q.v.) slain by Elhanan, ace. to 1 Ch 20 5 (nx "Cn? ; © EXffut, Aet/iti, Aoo/at) ; orig. reading prob. (as in || 2 S 21 19 ) «^n n«| q.v. p. 112* supra. TDnnS n.pr.loc. in Judah (32 Codd. BOTO);— Jos 1 5 40 , © Ma^ t , A® L Ao^)ar ; perh. =M-lahm, c. 13 miles WNW. from Hebron E n «ai<>«- pEF Meml "- 261 Buhl Ge0Br - 1K . T^rT/ vb. squeeze, press, (Ar. JJJ; Chr.-Pal. ^. Schwally (with which No* 74 comp. Mand. NVX^n, torture, NS- J^** ^ ress t0 9 et her, urge, exert oneself); see also rare deriv. in Syr. PS 1932 ) ; Qal Pf. 'bSn 4 3 + 2 t. etc.; Irapf. sf. ™b ^ 56 2 ; 3 fs. r0 : ^! Nu2 2 25 , etc.; Pt. pi. D-3fn*» E x 3 9 + 2 1., etc - — I- squeeze, press: sq. ace. +b& Ju i 34 Nu 22 25b (J); sq. acc. + ? instr. 2 K 6 32 shut the door and press him (back, out) with the door. 2. opjyress: sq. ace. pers. Ex 22 20 (||n3in) ( 23 s9 (bothE),f 5 6 2 ; of people Ex 3 9 (E;+acc.cogn.), Ju 2" 4 » 6» io" 1 S io' 8 Am 6 14 2 K 1 3 422 J e 30 20 ^ 106 42 ; abs. Is i 9 M . Wiph. Impf. 3 f s . ynbm Nu22 25i (J) squeeze oneself, of Balaam's ass, sq. TRTTff Tyn? n.m. oppression, distress ;—b abs. 1 K 22 2727 + 5 1. ; cstr. 2 K 13 4 + 2 t.; sf. Vfafr Dt26 4 f 44 a ;—o2>pression of Isr. Ex 3" (E ; + vb. cogn.), 2 K 1 3 4 cf. Dt 2 6 7 (|| "3V, bay) + 44" (II %)', oppr. of {i.e. by) an enemy, f42 10 43 s ; in gen. Jb 36 15 (|| '3V) ; 'b DW 'b mb 1 K 22 27 fig. oppress . Idiotieon 48