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tp/^2 ▼»• nip, nip off (head of bird; without necessarily severing it fr. body, cf. Lv 5 s ) (NH id., Aram. P.^P, ^jo);— Qal Pf consec. Wrim p^Cl Lv i 15 , i. e. head of dove ; c f. b^a; kS te-iy bmp it&h-nt? p^oi Lvs 8 . Cf. Di-Ry. © anoKvifa. i.n.nv^ti, uv$ha, dv^o v. npi>. tyipVn v. e>p!>. nnr&p v . nn!>. [n^wAjO] v. nivkio sub yi>n. rn-oran v. i. to. [nop] v. -no. TJS'Op n.pr.m. a prince of Persia and Media— -Est i 1421 also v 16 Qr; Kt pOIB. ©Mov- [frtoo], OTvrao v. mo. yean v. i.-to. i3nn, rnsnn v. -ob. ro^pn, [niD^pn] v. ^o. ,, |73n, etc. v. t». ^opn v. 1DB. ip6, [iStod], Dn^sn v. mo. TN~lr2to n.pr.m. et loc. Mamre, only in Gn: 1. in J only N1B8 ':6k terebinths of M. (n.pr.m.?), Gn i 3 19 (denned by fnana 1B*S), i8> (in both the dwelling-place of Abraham). 2. n.pr.m. in Gn 14" pb«n 'B <?>K), c f. v 24 (where ally of Abr.) 3. n.pr.loc. in P : near Abr.'s place of burial Gn 23 17 25° 49 30 50 13 ; appar. identified with Hebron 23 19 3 s 27 , cf. Di— © Ma/4%. rnppp v. rwk>. hxavci, nation, rhfam v. bvm. t : • 7 t T : v ' v v : v [pffi'pp] v. pb>b. Q^rm^ v. pno. fl. YQ n. m. Nu11 ' 9 manna (=Ar. ^», known to Beduin in Sin. Penin.; a juice exuding in heavy drops from twigs (some Bay also the leaves) of Tarfa (Turfa) tree {tarnarix gallica mannifera) in W. Sin. Penin., end of May and in June, sweet, sticky, honey-like; cf. Di El 16,ss J^„lj BR i. 75. 1 15, 590 J£Jj GS 233 B„ SH B. g QC ZMO uxv. 1881, 254 . — 'o abs. Ex i6 15 +i2 t., sf. ^P Ne 9 20 :— manna: Mrrnp «V t6 '3 MM '|B IIDNM Ex

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Nu ii 6 - 7 - 9 (described Ex i6' 4 - 31 np after Israel reached Canaan Jos 5 12 "; as 2nd ace. fprrriK l^axn Dt 8 3 , cf. v 16 ; Dn>bj| -ipp»i ^3^6 ID ^ 7 8 24 ; DfVSB fi;WB-&6 ^Bl Ne 9 s0 . tH. ]Q in Ex 1 6" (with reference to the manna) WV N^> '3 tttn fB Vnar^K B"i< TIBKI. KVmp, most prob. 'What is it?' the question being intended as a popular etym. of JB 'manna,' based upon the late Aram, ^o What f (man is 'Who?' in Arab., Aram. (JB, ^so), Mand. (|NO), Eth. (manu), 'What?' in these dialects being U, TO, )jo, KB (Eth. ment) ; JO in the sense of 'What?' must correspond to the later Syr. ^jo, contr. from ^? |c&, X HO : No" 8 W 80125 ). fl [|Q] n.[m.] string (of harp) (prob. loan-word fr. Aram. Jfcjjo, Aair, string PS 2163 ); pi. D^B if, 150 4 , so also prob. 45 s (rd. D^P for MT W, c f. Che Bae We > Ges' 87 ' 1 " Hup al., who think 'SB an apoc. pi.) . [Jo], map v. pa. Nu ii 7 ; accomp. dew Ex i6 M Nu n 9 ); ceased ™]Q, an d 'Q, before J (exc. Dn 12 2 2 Ch 20") contr. to 'B (as VFP from *59)i before gutt. and "1, mostly P , occasionally P (Ges s m - ' B - ; more fully Ko"' m "), JP before art. in all books much, commoner than -p ; JP before other words most freq. in Ch [51 t.: elsewhere 47 t. (Ko 292 )]; poet, also 'IP, with the old , of the gen. (Ges J90.3.) J u g 14.14 J s 46 3J ^ 44 11.19 68 3S ^22 ? g2.42

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(on anal, of HJJ, v}?) tls 30 11 ", prep, express- ing the idea of separation, hence out of, from, on account of, off, on the side of, since, above, than, so that not (Ph. 13; Aram, ^i; Ar. ly>; Eth. 2iy°i: ; Sab. p (DHM z " G » 1 "« )6 « r ' •= n * *■■)); with suff. ^»p (the fp reduplicated, 01 S223 °, al., Ko iL289f ), poet. ♦» tls 22 4 30 1 38" 1 Jbi6 6 , 1g tfi8 23 6 5 4 i39 19 Jb2i 16 22 18 3o !<> ; 1PP, 3»p, 'HPP; 13BD (fJb 4 12 VUB), n|©P; 1 pi. yep (ace. to Orientals ^pp : v. Baer jot. p. 57 Ko 290 ); D|P; Dnp (Dnsp t Jb 1 1 20 ), npnp t Je io 2 Ec 12 12 ; nsno 7 1. (v. npn 8 c), jnp (edd. jnp) fEz 16 4752 (v. Zerweck Heb - r,, <>- M,n - 1894 ): — 1. with verbs expressing (or implying) separation or removal, whether from a person or place, or in any direction, also from guilt, calamity, etc.: — thus a. to descend from a mountain Ex 19 14 , to fall from a roof Dt 22 s , from heaven Is 1 4 12 , to go up from a valley pp