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V are nsnj ^]BB /ro»i ifoe and hither = on this Bide of theej v 22 Nnbnj sjBB, c f. Nu 32" 19 . . Out of, Gk. Ac, Lat. ex: thus a. B*IPW om< 0/ Egypt : so (o) with verbs of proceeding, removing, exjyelling, etc., as K'Xin, "5f J (v. N5P), nW Gn 3", npb 34 26 ; 33J 40 " j ryisn Ex 8 5 ■^ 101 8 , BTI.3 Ju 11 7 , etc.; to draw out of water, a pit, etc. Ex 2 10 ^ 40 3 ; to cast out of the hand Ju 15 17 ; to rescue out of the mouth Am 3 12 ; to drink D13B 2 S I2 3 ; Dt 30 3 BnRjn-JO ^2y>), Ez 11 17 36"+ : pregn. with Tin Ho io 10 ", T31 Mi 7 17 to tremble (and come) out of, J"in ^ 18 46 (|| 2 S 22« -on), 74 11 Is 38" pe/n ( n i ifeg i eg .), Ez 28'° ^n, Ezr 2 62 ; cf. nBB n3B*J Dt 31 21 , Wf

1 13 . In this applic, often made more 

definite by the use of • • • ^IF"?, . . , n'lJB out of the midst of. (b) of the place out of which one looks, speaks, exerts power, etc., Gn 4 10 Nu 24" (^ no 1 ), Dt 4 36 -jiN* ns'otrn vodtinp •bp, Ami 2 JNB» JVVB ^i4 2 20 3 send thee help enpe, v 7 te*[> 'b$b snay: , 42 7 68 M 85 12

10 DrTTIiannO Itrni seek (their bread) out 

of their desolate homes (but Ew De as 1 b far from ; © Gr Che ^nr let them be driven from), 128 5 130 1 Jb 2'7 23 Is 29 18 to see out of darkness, Ct 2 9 to look out nii?nrrjB from the windows (usu. tjn), 5* he put forth his hand "linrrjp from (i.e. in through) the hole (in the door or wall), (c) with "ip3 to choose out of, Ex iS^ + oft., cf. with Hifl Dt 29 20 1 K 8", with VV Am 3 2 , Ex 19 5 ye shall be to me D'ByiVTOB nklD a treasure (chosen) out of all peoples (cf. with ina Dt 7« 14 3 ). b. of the material out of which anything is formed, or from which it is derived : (a) Gn 2 19 to form nDIKrrjD out of the soil, v 23 "^M 'oygo DS«  n^SD, Ex 39' Nu 6 4 Ho 13 2 to make' images DBD3B, ^-i6* DTO QiTspj, 45 '< Ct3 9 ; IS40 17 iinn x j m inni DBKB as made of nought and unreality are they reckoned by him (|| nu 1^3), 41^ flJ5 nm

(|1 VQNO, rd. DSNp),"^62 10 

brio ( a l. 6 c),'Pr 13"; Ex 2s' 9 - 31 its cups, its knops, etc., W rUBB shall be /row i< (i.e. of one piece with it), so v 3336 27 s 30 2 al.; (6) with verbs of eating, filling, etc., as nnt5' Gn 9 21 , Jb 2 1 M rmf) «g> npnp, ct 8 2 npwrt, an -^ 3 6 9 + , HJ1 Is 3 4 7 , JOS? Pr 1 8 20 + , jra'CT ^ 8 1 17 + , K*?D (rare) 127 5 : cf. Dt32 42 DTO ^SPI "VS^S, IS51 21 ; 1^ 28 7 (peculiar) '3"liritt v yE i CT out of my song I will thank him (69 31 '3), also (unusual) Is 2 3 "^IIP WyF i.e. out o/(the treasure of) his ways (al. part. =some of), ■f 94 12b WJf&fl V$*Q Ec 7 10 to speak np3Pip (cf. Rabb. f(9Xf), 0. of the source or origin : viz. (a) of parents, Gn 16 2 WOO n33K I shall be built up out o/her (so 30 3 ), 17 16 ViT 11)00 D'By ^B, 35"*: often of coming forth fB3t? Jb I 21 , T$- nD Gn 35"*, fyBB 15 4 , 1 S 2 20 '*■ give thee seed from this woman ; cf. Jb 16 4 NOB? "faO RE "». (6) of the tribe or people, from which a person comes (cf. 1 a), Nu 3 12 'IB* »33D . . . 1133 b, Jos 12 4 2S4 2 2i 2 Jei'+; and so of a person's native place, as Ju 12 8 Dl"6 JV3B [¥3K Ibzan from B., i 3 2 ny-]SB ti% i7'- 7 1S1 1 9 1 2S23 20 - 30 Ami 1 + , cf. Je'46 25 «3» pDK; IS48 1 Wig ITJBT "BB1, v * uopj enpn -vyo, 58 12 ^bb 03* (those) ./row th'ee shail build, f68 27 ^"IB" lipBB ye (sprung) from the fountain of Israel, Mi 5 1 Na I 11 (v l< fig.^pEn?),Zp3 18 ; Je30 21 Zcio 4 . (c) of beasts and things, Gn 2 7 nowrrfo lay, J e 5 s t£0 nn«  a lion from the forest, f 80 14 "IJsS "*!EJj c f. io 18 Kl? n "l'? ^ 3 ? man /rom the earth (terrenus),

1 * npJS 'ys;; Jb 28 12 nsbr p«B niDsrim. 

(d) 3?B Is 59 13 Jb 8 10 , esp. with reference to what is self-devised, Nu 16 38 *fe & % 24 13 1 K 1 2 ra Ne 6 8 ; D3^» IMj Ez 1 3 2 . d. of the source or autlwr of an action, counsel, or event: 1 S 24 14 yen N??. tJ^yenB, 2 S 3 37 h ■JPBnB nn'ri it was not from the king to, etc.; spec, of '*, Gn 24 50 nam NV B *3, Ju 14 4 knew Sin 8 ^3 that it was from J., 1 K 2 15 •B >3 b nn'n, Pr 16 1 20 24 is? nysB "o, ^ 37 s9 6 2 2 »njB>J «BB, H08 4 they have made kings, & 'JBB not from me, i.e. not at my prompting, Is 30' 50" CTP), Ez 3 ,7end =33 7 and warn them from me, 1 Ch s 22 13 2 2 Ch 2 2 7 25 20 (syn. OXB, Dyp, which are more frequent in this sense); poet. Ho 7 s P!0 non heat ^rwn tOT»i«, yjr 9 14 ^3y ^tfO a < the hands of my haters, 74 s2 Jb 4 13 fljp ni: ; jriB D*ay'B> thoughts (arising) out of, etc., 6 25 D3B npin reproof proceeding from you, 20 2929 , ^ 7 8 2 QTjP nin^n indirect lessons (springing) out of antiquity; Dn n 31 «BB D'jh] (Ko 1 " 241 ). As marking the author of a judgment or esti- mate (rare), Nu 32" ^^01 '"B D>p3 guiltless at the hands q/"( = in the judgment of) J. and Israel (cf. DV? 2 S 3 s8 Jb 34 s3 ), Jb 4" shall man be just r)b$Q at God's liands ? ()TWVV), Je 5 1 5 " (Ges Gf) ; so in *D »J n^bn. e . of the immediate, or efficient, cause (chiefly poet.), in consequence of, at, by (cf. Gk. airo, as Hd. 2 54 v p 2