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w Je i f Jo 2 U Mai 3 2 ; . . . tb 'D Am 3 8 Je io 7 

Jb I2» (cf. 25 3 Na3 19 ); ('133^) »y^ *p «,-/«> shall (can) turn it back? t Jb 9 12 1 i 19 23™ Is 14 27 43 13 Je 2"; implying the answer, no one but God, Is 40 12 41 2 Jb 3 8 5 - 6s5 , etc.; defiantly, Is 50 9 W?$ W "D, Je 2 1 13 4 9 4 <JB Kin; •>», v '» Ob 3 f 1 2 s »J fViK n?, 5^ 6 4 fi Jb 9 19 esp'ob dni TT?* *9, 13 19 *W a T, ■*" 1? toAo is' he' that will contend with me ? 1.7 s 4 1». Notice in ex- amples of this kind the freq. order of words : Pr 20 6 NXD' »B D'HDK B*W, 2 4 22 »D DrW TBI W, 3 1 10 Na i 8 TB^ "D lDjtt »JB^, ^ 147 17 v) B l> nor ^d in-j'p, jb 4 2 5»» »p piupa Tsyi, 2 6 14 3 8 37

s 41 56 f 6 6 I^TT^N? W?, i 9 13 ;'and with 

the nom. pendens, Je 2 24 fl33<B* , » WOtjn, Pr 18 14 Jb 1 7 15 nfye* ip 'nipni, 3 8 M ft£ ^p *d'?pb> "to, (d) jy> np who knoweth ? (f 90 11 Pr 24 s2 ), sq. a verbal clause, becomes (cf. nescio an) = it may be, perchance, 1 2 S 1 2 s2 "> ♦JJJ} ynV ip (Qr ♦Jjm), Jo 2" (=Jon 3 9 ) BTB1 3»* JCW "D, Est 4 14 >D DN JHV. (e) especially in poetry, a question with ■>», to which the answer follows, is an effec- tive mode of affirming a fact, or introducing a description: ^i"5 u {see v 2 " 5 ), 24 3fu0 Is23 8 J>JP 'D '31 DNT (v 9 the answ., WXV 'S "), 33" ( see v 15f ), 37 23 4 i"6o 8 6 3 1 Je46 7 C T t3 6 , cf. 6 10 8 3 ; answered by *6q Ex 4 » L542 24 45 21 Mi i 5 - 5 . g. <D may sometimes be rendered whosoever, though, as the examples will shew, it does not really mean it : Ex 24" Orriw tfi; Dnn bv2 "D, lit. Who hath a cause ? let him draw nigh unto them, i.e. whoso hath a cause, let him, etc., Is 5o 8b

  • btt b$ <ps^p i'y? n?, 54 i 5 j n f ±h nini nt «p

'31 who is fearful and trembling? let him return Pr 9 4 ' 6 ran id; »^ng f Ezr I 3 (cf. with 1 in apod. Je 9 11 Ho i4 10 '^ 107 43 ; Zc 4 10 is dubious, on account of anom. tense and construct.) ; so with . . . -vx E^xn i» Dt 20 5 " Ju io 18 , cf. V'25 12 . With 1 ps. in apod., Ex 32 s3 X>K »» Tftflp vnm $ Npn, j e49 i 9 (= 5 o 44 ) -urcnpi ^pS? n yN anti who is chosen ? I will appoint him over her! Is so 8 "; with an imv. in the apod. Ex 3 2 24 (against accents; v. Ea) 3nr *cb Ipnsnn who hath gold? break it off you 1 Gn 19 12 1 S 11 12 , cf. +34 13 '-; without a verb, Ex 3 2 M '!?« *b ^d who is on J.'s side? (let him come) to me ! so 2 S 20" (lew id); Ec 5 9 9 4 (-vtt id). h. once, following a verb (cf. np 3), any one, 2 S 18 12 d£b»3Q 1$?33 nrriptf Have a care, whosoever ye be, of, etc. (but ©SaSBu^; cf. v 5 ). Namo

  • ^?? , 9 n.pr.m. Michael, ® Mm^X,

Mi^X (IFAo is like God? cf. VVS'p, an d As. proper names, as Mannu-ki-Rammdn, ' Who is like Eamman 1 ' Mannu-ki-ilu-rabu, ' Who is like the great God ? ' Dl rr °'-2>°: hwb«». g c jj r COT<78 ; cf. Cook Ar * mGI »»' 4 ) : _l. Nu 13" (P). 2. iCh5 13 . 3. 5 14 . 4. 6 25 . S. 7 1 . 6. 8 16 . 7. 12 21 . 8. 2 7' 8 . 9. 2CI121 2 . 10. Ezr 8 8 . 11. the ' prince,' or patron-angel, of Israel, Dn io 13 - 21 12' (cf. Jude 9 Eev 12 7 ; Levy HBWBI "- ll »). tWyO n.pr. (Who is like Yah? cf. '??? , »?) : — 1. m. a prince under Jehosh. 2 Ch if. 2. f. 2 Ch 13 2 f. 1. for nygp 2 h, q. v. Of this name, the following are abbreviated, or softened, forms — T^Tya n.pr.m. (so on an Isr. scarab, Ganneau" 81883 ^*- 42 )— 1. an Ephraimite, Ju 1 7 1 - 4 (in 1 f«- 1 8 2ff - called n^p). 2. a prophet, the son of Imlah (© Mft X alas), 1 K 2 2 8 - 26 (9 t ) ||2Chi8 7 - 25 ( 7 t.)+v 8 Qr(Ktin3'D). 3. aeon- temp, of Jer., Je 36 11 (W3?), v 13 . tjTS^ES ix.pr.in. 1. the canon, prophet, Micah, Je26 ,8 Kt(Qrn^p j asMii 1 ). 2. Ne 1 2 35 (called N3'p, 1 1 »•»)_ 3. Ne x 2 4i_ 4. 3 K 22 12 (|| 2Ch 3 4 M n3'D). t nr^n n.pr.m. 1. Micha, the Ephraimite (© ftfexofat), Ju i7 5 - 8 - 9 '» 1212 -i 3 i8 2ff - (i2t.), called STO^ lyw 2. the prophet Micah (® M«- Xa(as), Mi I* (Je 26 18 Kt '"I;?'*?). 3. I Ch 5 4. son of Meribbaal (Mephibosheth) 8 s4 '■ (ffi M< X m), 9 40f - (® M€ IX Lv io 4 (P). 2. one of Daniel's companions Dn i 6 " 1119 + 2 17 (Aram.), elsewhere in c. 2-3 called ^'D (i 7 ). 3. Ne 8 4 . tNl-pq n.pr.loo. city in Moab (MP rmnb)— Nu 21 30 Is 15 2 ; Jcs 13 916 assigned to