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° Jos io 7 , to raise up from the dunghill I S 2 8 , or the ground 2 S 12". So constantly with vbs. of going, as K3, l^n, 3B>, ITU (sq. a person, usu. -:tx>), of calling, as Is 24 14 QJt? £qx, 4 2 ,,ul ^ 148 1 , of asking or exacting, as 7NB>, E>p3, B^T, Op?, Di?3n, of delivering, as yw, Wn, etc., of tofe'ngr, -as D^y3, D^yn, etc., of <aK»tjr or withholding, as npb, Ye>n, yjn, of keeping (from), as "1X3, ">DB', of &em# /ar, or desisting, as pm Ex 23 7 , 13SD ^nn desist ./roro us, 14", so H"jg Dt 9", n"?n i2 10 , t?pe>n ^ 94", me* Gn 2 2 , cf. 5 M ; note esp. the pregn. constructions, DSe* to judge (and save) from ^ 43 1 , sq. IV? 1 S 24 l6 + , fl3y to answer (and save) /rom ■f2 2 M , enn and HETI to be silent (turning) from ^ 28' 1 , »3»» wnnn Jb 13 13 Je 38 27 , ^ 18 22 v6ko s nycn ttbl nor did wickedly (turning) from my God, 30 4 Kt., 73* "P» rOtHo, Je 3 20 |9 133 (® «fc=3), 31" c nw (2 Ch 20 27 ), Ez 27 s * Pr 25 ,7, ip ri" 3 '? ^P- "^1 Is 29* 63 17 Jo i 12 ; Je 51 5 Vri^NO pi>K widowed (and severed)/rom etc., Ez 44*; also Ju 7 17 *^l ?51 W)TI *3BD ye shall see from me, i. e. learn what to do by observing me. Some of the verbs mentioned above are construed more precisely with flNO, Djp, •ye, q.v.: and others, esp. npb, Bhl, yann, ^sn, ma, D^f, idiom, with THJ. With inff., v. infr. 7 T). Often also with adverbs, as OBp tlience, 1?K» wtoice ? HJ», n'SD Ae»ice. Cf. al'so ;» f*S free (safe) /row Jb 3 19 , VJSD IJg a help J*w»' his foes Dt 33 7 , Na 3 n S#«B ttt», ^32 7 iso ttid, 60 13 ix» rn T ]y, Is 4 6 annio i>x a shadow /rom the heat, 2 5". Here also belong Is 40 15 7^9 "!P a drop /row (hanging from) a bucket; Ct4 J goats "Ufa 1HD «$£ that sit up (seeming to hang) from the hills of Gilead (cf. Od. 21. 420 ^k &i(ppoio Ka6t]fitvos : also the Arabic idiom ^* CjJ>, lit. to be near from a thing) : prob. also the difficult passage Dn 8 9 , and from one of them there came forth Tins ]""§) rrvySO a horn from (being) a little one, i. e. gradually increasing from small beginnings (but t id. nry? rvjnK Bev cf. 7"). T). p also, without a verb of similar significance, sometimes expresses the idea of separation, away from, far from (cf. II. 2. 162 <j>irjs diro narpiios atijt) : Pr 20 3 3 ,- p rot? to sit away from strife (cf. ^s. lis ap. De), Nu 1 5 24 if the thing be done 'Tiyn "O'yp away from the eyes of etc., Ju 5 11 De RV (but Be RVm because of), Is 1 4 19 cast out TpipD away from thy sepulchre, Jb28 4 B^NO iVl, Gn 4 U cursed art thou -J» n»1Nn, De Di away from the (tilled) soil, cf. v l4 (butKn Kefrom, cf. v 12 *), 27'* (prob.) ^OEp r3¥" away /rom the fatness of the earth shall be thy dwelling ; almost ^-without, Jb 1 1 15 then shalt thou lift up thy face D1E>» away from, without spot, 19 25 (prob.) 'I'B'ai? without my flesh shall I see God, 2i 9 *ins» trfty Divna a re at peace without fear, Pr i u Je 48 4S fleeing nap Vpy they stand without strength, Is2 2 3 ViDK ne»j3D (Hi De Di Che) they were bound without the bow (being used) (but Ges as 2 e : by the bowmen), Zp 3 18 . (On 2 S 13" v. We or Dr). See also 7 b. c. of position, off, on the side of, on, esp. with ref. to quarters of the heavens (cf. irpot Notou, ck 8c£i5>v, a fronte, a tergo, etc.) : Gn 2 8 'i planted a garden in Eden Clip of, on the east, 12 8 "$?ni Dp i^a CHiP Bethel o^(on)the West and'Ai off(on)the East; so rripp, [iasp, 3530 j os 1 1 3 15 8 18 6 1 S 14 s , etc.: similarly jpp on the right, i>lKO?p on the left, JWH? and (more rarely) D'?BO ow the front, linSD = behind (2 S io 9 ), 3»3D» Dt I2 10 + round about, ^BO, nSypbo, and bV0 (r are) = above, nnriD Ex 20* + beneath, TV3» on the inside, pno )i the outside Gn 6 14 + , ~I33» in front, at a distance, Gn 2 1 16 + , pirn» Ex 2 4 + a/ar off, ncMBO m»Wji, If? . . . np and . . . HSO n'SD on this side . . . on that side. And so even with verbs of motion, as Gn 1 1 2 DyD33 Tto E}ip as they journeyed — not from, but — on the side of the east, virtually =eastwards, 13" and Lot journeyed DfTpD east, Is 17 13 2 2 3 pirnp. irro they fled — not from afar but — afar, 23 1 whose feet used to carry her pil"np afar off to sojourn, 57 9 thou didst send thy messengers pirno"iy even to afar. With a foil, p (or sf.), most of these words are freq. in the sense of on tlie east (west, etc.) of ... , as Jos 8 13 Dp "t$ on the west of the city, |> EHip Gn 3 s4 , b jiBSt? (cstr. Ges* 130 "'") Jos 8 1U3 24 30 , l^pP V91 7 , 5> n ™?» Gn i 7 , ^ ^? 229 > r 1 r|,3 '? L vl62; nn^Mlind Ex 14 19 , i>«n"3 ns» 6««-aV Bethel Jos 1 2", ^W? 6e«id« it 1 S 6 8 , fT!^ "^J?"? 01 the other side of Jordan Nu 2 1 ' + ; p n ?pjl? beyond Am 5 27 ; tablets written Dfp"55| SJ^P o» both their sides, Vjsy-^p J e 4 9 32 + (v. further the words cited). So TVSnp on the side oftlie house Ez 40 7 - 8 -', b?K<» J«sto!e Ez 40 7 ; 1 S 20 21 the arrows