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Machir I Ch 7 16 , cf. v 15 (corrupt, v. Be). f. wife of {btPV), father of Gibeon, 1 Ch 8 M a 35 . . n.pr.gent., © Moo x a, Mioja, Mo(a)ja ; dwelling W. of Bashan, near Soba, and Geshur (cf. esp. adj. gent, infr.), 2 S io 68 =i Ch 19", 'O BT.K v 6 (cf. Gn 2 2 24 supr.); = TttgD Jos 13 13 (+"W»), © 6 Ma X ar«, Ma X a&.— nsjo TV3 ^3K v. sub 1"P3, p. 1 12 supr., and P^K, p. 5. rDVE v. supr. najjo 3. t'TElJ'E adj. gent. Isn iCh 4 19 ; so "fl 'fl^Jffi? 2 S 2 3 s4 of one of David's heroes, We del. p ; rd. prob/BH rra Klo HPS ; v. also Dr ; of associate of Ishmael the Judaean 2 K 25° = Je 40 8 ; coll. = the Maachathites Dt 3 14 Jos 12 6 13" "(all + ^an; c f. n3J|C 3).—® Ma X («)«, Ma X ar(f)i, Maa X a&, etc. t /]7J2 vb. act unfaithfully, treacher- - T ously, a priestly word (P Ez. Ch.), chiefly late (NH id., act unfaithfully; Ar. AJLZ whisper, backbite, ilUL. perfidy, fraud); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. ^VO Jos 22 M + 4 1.; 3 fs. nbj|D Lv 5 21 Nu 5" + 13 t. Pf.; Impf by* Pr 16 10 2 Ch 26 16 ; 3 fs. bj»n Lv 5 16 Nu 5 s7 ; 3 mpl. ty# Jos 7', qjftfl

Ch 5 s5 ; 2 mpl. &gt?n Ne i 8 ; 7n/ <a<r. 7fr$>, so 

rd. for .§ nD»i» NU31 16 Thes Di; — act unfaith- fully, treacherously, usu. 1. ?J?0 ?5?13 ■ a. abs. D^na in </(« matter of the devoted thing (the sin of Achan) Jos? l ( JE ). 22 20 (P), cf. Lv5 ,5 (P),

Ch 36" Ez 1 4 13 1 5 8 1 8 24 . b. wife against (3) 

husbandNu 5 1227 (P; marital infidelity), c. else- where ag. (3) God, Lv26 40 (H), 5 21 Nu5 6 3 i 16 (?) Jos 22 1631 (ail P), 1 Chio 13 28 19 Ez 17 20 20 27 39 s6 Dn 9 7 . 2. usage without ?J?P (only late) : a. VS bw vb BB0D3 Pr 1 6 ,0 let not his (the king's) mouth act treacherously against justice (RV in judgment), b. elsewhere against God, c. 3 , Dt 32 M (P), iChs 25 12 2 26 K 30 7 Ezrio 2 Nei 3 27 EZ39 23 ; without?, 2 Ch 26" 2 9 6 Ezr io 10 Ne i 8 ; D'ins 1 Ch 2 7 . fi. 7^0 n.m. Klr9,2 unfaithful, treacherous act (NH n^V»);— 'o Lv5 ,5 + 16 t.; % Nu 5 12 +2 t.; sf. l^gD Ez 1^+ 4 t.; C)bj|p Ez 39 s6 + 3 t.; — 1. ag. man: i>y» 1NB0 Jb 2 ^faith- lessness remains (cf. NU5 1227 Pr 16 10 under ?$?). 2. elsewhere ag. God, c. 3, Jos 2 2 22 (P); with- out 3, 1 Ch 9 1 2 Ch 29" 33 19 Ezr 9 24 io 6 .— i>y» elsewhere only c. ?$?I3 q.v. (1 ; all cited).

niyo 

t b^Q n.m. 182,19 robe (Thes conj.orig.mean- ing cover for-Zi'jjD, cf. TO ; Ba E815 comp. Ar. s *jL. an outer garment, but against this Sta ThL *' Apr. 28, 1894, =35) ._/,j Ex 2 g31 + jg fc; gf ^Vrflp , g

27 ; ibvo Jbi !0 2 12 + 4t.sg.; pi. t^h"? 2 S13 18 , 

(but del. We Klo Kit Bu SS ; orig. gloss oSiVD WeKitBu); D.T^VD Ez 26 16 ;— exterior gar- ment, ro6e, worn over the inner tunic 13713 : . worn by men of rank: Saul and Jonathan 1 S 18 4 24 512 -' 2 ; princes of the sea Ez 26 16 ; Job Jb j 20 2 12 ; Samuel 1 S 15 27 28"; Ezra Ezr 9"; David clothed with }*I3 'o 1 Ch 15 27 (in the procession of the ark) ; the child Samuel had f'Bg'0 1 S2 19 j— (it had a skirt *p iSiS 2 ^" 2 ' 2 ). . worn by the daughters of David 2 S 13 18 (but prob. del., v. supr.) 3. robe of high priest (only P): liBKPl ^y», made of purple stuff, Ex 28 31 29 s 39**; $»jo niDX 2 8 4 ; ^jnsn Lv8 7 , having Vjnpn *J*> skirts Ex 28 s4 3 9 24 - 25 - 26 , around which were alternate coloured pomegranates and golden bells, and TJttSn B, a n opening or hole by which it might be drawn over the head 39 s8 . 4. fig. of attributes (of '», and of men), nsop Is

17 ; np-ix 61 I0 ; uatyo Jb 29 14 ; nea^io9 M . 

11. bv'o v. sub rbv. byo v. by, fee], nhyn, rhyv v. sub nby. fctyo, hbyn] v. bby. [tWJl "TCVtt v. *ioy. nDOyn v. Day. T -: - J7 t t: t t t -: - EPfQgB v. pay. jya v. njjio sub I. njf. rnyp, nara, rroyio v. i. ™». no&na v. pp. T^Q (/of foil. ; perhaps =be wrathful, cf. Ar. ^jaxSi be enraged; cf. also n.pr.m. )'yj? , '!'^> supr. p. 27). t yy?2 n.pr.m. in Judah 1 Ch 2 W ; © Maar. nnsyo v. 3vy. -rsya v. nvy. [rcf$?b] v. [nsyto] sub fy -lisVQ- "•SS'O v - ^vy. nf?vn v. npp. Oic?(3j»o v. vps. -yh, rrj^Q v. my. 1. mm v. I. any. . 3-wo, nmyn v. in. any.