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BTO °; '2Kb Rui 4 : — m. =a Moabite Dt 23* Ne 1 3 1 ; 1W = <Ae Moabite 1 Ch 1 1 46 ; coll. = <Ae Moabites Ezr 9 1 , so pi. Dt 2 11 - 29 ; fpl. as adj. 'D D'tS'J Eu i 4 ; as subst, 1K11 1 Ne 13 23 ; fs. as adj. T 2 Ch 2 4 M ; esp. '»n TVn Eu I 22 2" 1 4' 10 ; "D as n.fs. Ru 2 6 . ^sia v. inc. [«2V2] v. Ki3? sub KO. tJHQ vb. melt (I HO Ithp., ■f 4 6 7 107 26 ; cf. Ar. "U surge (of the sea), Qor 18"; •£• a wow) ;— Qal /nip/. 3 fs. MDH ^ 4 6? ; Ste^J Am 9 s ; 2 ms. sf. «S0M! Is 64 s (but rd. prob. CJJOJJr}, v. [fa?] p. 171 supr., and cf. Di > Du UJtftori); I n f iKsb Ez 21 20 ;— 1. m«Z<, subj. J*?«> at touch of ** Am 9 s ; at voice of * ^46 7 ; = faint (of heart), Ez 21 20 . 2. trans, cause to melt Is 64 s (but v. supr.) Niph. P/ ioj Na2 7 +2t.; 3 pi. «i33 Exi5 15 + 3t.; Ft. pi. D^DJ ^ 7 5 4 ; — melt away, fig. for be helpless, disorganized (through terror, etc.) Ex 15 15 (cf. context), Jos 2 9 - 24 1 S 14 16 (cf. We Dr), Je 49 23 , cf. Na 2 7 Is 14 31 V' 75 4 . Pol. soften, dissolve, act.: only Impf. 2 ms. sf. (subj. God) : D?'?")? n ???bn yjr 65" thou softenest it [the earth] with showers ; fig., = dissipate *3?.?~ni Jb 30 22 — We rds. Jabjl H b 3 6 forTjbn , v. TTD Po*. Hithpo'l. ^/- 3 P 1 - H< to ™ N a"i 5 ; /wp/ 3 fs. Jjfcnn V' 'oy 26 ; 3 fpl- n J?d ,|0J ! 11 ? Am 9 13 ; — melt, subj. hills (before '») Na I s ; subj. B'W V 107 26 (in terror) ; hyperb. for flow Am 9 13 (of fertile hills, || nnnn tt^n). I. 1 1£2 (-/of foil. ; appar. secondary form of VlD, cf. Ba NB ' 1900 , and Ar. 11 stretch, extend, also prolong, make to continue). t"PE.n n.iii. Dn12 ' 11 continuity (perh. orig. extent; NH as BH, Ecclus TDH 45"); — 'n alw. abs. ; — 1. earliest and oftenest as adv., con- tinually : a. of going on without interruption = continuously, Ho 12 7 Je 6 7 Na 3" Is 2 1 8 49" 5 i»( + D^ri-b), 5 2 6 ( + ^.), 60" (||n^>) DdV), 62' (+n^fJ"7?l Otar^*?), 65 s Ob 16 Hbi 17 Dt n" iK io 8 =2 Ch 9 7 , 1 Ch i6"- 37 ; esp. (sometimes hyperbol.) in -W- V' J ^ 8 25 15 34 s (|| nr^??), 35" cf. 40 17 70 s , 38 18 4c- 12 50 8 5 1 5 6 9 24 7 ,«.u ?2 » 73 a 74 ta I05< I09 ,5.i» j r9 « ( 4. dS'ivS

T#), v""" 7 (so also f 1 6 s , for MT TDW, Bi Che;

TDW 01 Bae) j Pr 5 19 (|| nybsa), 6 21 is 15 28 14 ; also Ez 38" (del. @ Co Toy Hp, 'Berthpl), Lv 6 6 (P ; of fire, ||nMn N?), and 46 14 (but *H ni3n @ Co Berthol) ; also in ritual, Lv 24 s (H), cf. Ex 25 30 (P; shew-bread), Lv 2 4 2 - 3 - 4 (H), cf. Ex 27™ (P; of lamp), Ex 28 29 - 30 - 38 . b. of regular re- petition : meals 2 S 9 71013 2 K 25*' = Je 52 33 ; journeys 2 K 4 19 ; cf. Nu 9" ■fy'ji 3 ; °f ritual: sacrifice, Tt^i D*? Ex z 9 w ; cf. 1 Ch 16 40 23 s ' 2 Ch 24 14 . 2. as subst.: a. of uninterrupted continuity, 'T tSOK Ez 39 14 men of continuity, i.e. men continually employed for the purpose; 'fin Orb Nu 4 7 </ie 6rea<2 of continuity, i.e. the bread that is always there, so 11 ^~^.Q 2 Ch 2 3 , and perh. 11 DV^im 1 Ch 16 6 . b. of regular repetition 'D OD^j 2 K 25 s0 , i. e. a regular allowance, as Je 52 s4 ; esp. of ritual : H WJPJ Ex 30 9 (P) ; most often 'n rb)l Ez 46 15 (every morning), Ex 29 42 (morning and evening, so) Nu 28* Ezr 3 5 , so rd. also Nu 28 3 (Di) for MT 'n nbij? (Di>b) j tm r&j> Nu 28 10 - 15 - 23 - 24 - 31 29 s ' 1116 - .22. 25*28.31.34.38 JJg JQ 3o. r&re ]y 'D nPlSD Nu 4 ,6 (P), Ne io 34 ; as appos., H i"in3D Lv 6 13 meal-offering as a regular observance (cf. Ges SI31,2(W Da 8 """ S29(,,) ; on text v. Di, Now*"*-"- 1241 -), (and Nu 28 3 MT, but v. supr.) c. (late) 'nn alone= daily (morning and evening) burnt-offering (Now*"*-"- 222 '-) Dn 8 1U2 - 13 1 1 31 12" (so Talm., even in pi. PTP 1 ? 1 )- fH. 11Q vb. assumed by Ke Or al. (= Bto) as V of T^l Hb 3 s , but v. TTO Po. ynin v. pr. f [£DlO] vb. totter, shake, slip (usu. poet.) (NH id., der. species; Aram. £-ao, BID; Ar. bli (med. 1) remove, retire ; deviate from, right course ; rej>el, push, thrust ; Eth. •TJfTl: turn ; As. matA is dwindle, diminish, grom weak d1 hwb«*. > denom. fr. BID pole, bar Dl Pro1184 Gerber v « rt, - ,i<! '" >m195 '-, cf. Buhl);— Qal Pf 3 fs. HDD f 6o 4 + 2 t.; 3 pi. 1DD ^ 46 7 ; 7»ip/. 3 fs. tMDg Dt 32 s6 Is 54 10 ; 3 fpl. nfBW^I Is 54 10 ; Inf. cstr. DID ^38 17 46 s ; abs. id. Is 24 19 ; Pt. DD Pr 25 26 ; pi. tPOD Pr 24 11 ;— «o«er, s% subj. ^■J (fig. of insecurity) Dt 32* ^38 17 94 18 : cf. (without ^J) Pr 24 1 ' Vy$ 'D; Vtfr*%3? 'D 25 26 ; «/ta^e, intr., subj. T Lv 25 s5 (H ; of feebleness) ; subj. nty?? is 54' (|| B»»)- d^d: 3.b onn 'd ^ 46 s (|| "WJOi cf. "MD) (both symb. of extreme insecurity); cf. subj. J"!""!? Is 54 10 ; subj. nWDD V.46 7 ; subj. H? ( = land) V 66 4 ; cf. Is 24 19 (v. sub Hithp.) Niph. Pf. 3 pl. נמוטו « 7 5 17 4;