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"two ts na nfria t Je 46", cf. v 1 " 4 .— In 1 K io 28 =

Ch i 16i; , 2 K 7 6 Wkl AUtM,Cn, «™ n "- thinks of 

As. J/t^rt in N. Syria. (On D?1XO as oft. = Musri in N. Arabia v. Wkl *"»'•"■>*"•< •*"-»• •»• . 289, It. SS7 (.; MVQ 1898, 1. 4 tl*l2Q n.pr.terr. = OyiJED ; only poet.: 'd nfc is i 9 « 2 k i 9 s< =Ib 37 s3 ; Wj> tfa; T"$1 tnj 1J1 'D *fch* "0 nyi W* Mi 7" (® mis- understands everywhere). t^SD adj. gent. Egyptian; — ms.'»Gn39 l + 16 t.'; fs. nnso 1 6' + 3 t.; mpl. D'lSO 12" + St.; fpl. n s 1SO Ex 1 19 ;— 1. adj. 'O B^N = an Egyptian Gn 39 1 Ex 2 111 ' Lv 24 10 1 S 30" 2 S 23 30 ; 'en e*ta 1 ch 1 i 23 ; 'o nya 1 S30 13 , 'o nay iCh2 M ; nnxp nree> Gni6', n'nxpn cb^s Ex i 19 . 2. c. art. = subst. the Egyptian Gn " Ex2 ,2M 2S23 3030 1 Chi i 2323 ; so once without art. ^D Dt 2 3 8 ; ^Xeri once (late) coll. = the Egyptians Ezr 9 ' (where with Canaan- itish peoples); pl. = <Ae Egyptians, CHXpn Gn I2 12.H 43 si Dt 26 « j og 24 7. fg _ nnren nan Hagar the Egyptian woman Gn 16 3 21 9 25 12 . [rmp] v. m 7 ivo sub I. -iw. rpsa v. tpx. [n-an] v. nrap sub n». pQ, pD v. ppv. 1, n. ril|o v. apj. TrnjPQ n.pr.loc. in Judah Jos i5 41 , near Beth Horon Jos io 10 , and Libnah v 29 , where was a cave v 1617 , cf. v 21 , captured by Joshua v 28 , with a king v 28 12". © Ma«c>;8a. Site dubious, Warren 8ar " ll,em •"•«»»■.« CO mp. EJ-mughdr, c. 2f miles SW. from Ekron. ttnpo v. trip. o^npo, i, 11. n^npn v. 5>np. N}pp, 1, 11. nipD, rr^pD v. nip. DipQ v. Dip. "lipQ v. nip. [nj?p, nnpp] v. npb. [iapn],n-)ttppv.itDp. t?pQ n.m. Zc "' 7 (appar. £. Gn 30 37 , where fHS, but Sam. Dna) ro d, staff (-/dub.; Thes assumes V bpv s^owf; Schwally ZAW,1 - 189, ' 17< "- from 77p=«/ta&«, with ref. to oracle of the lot (cf. D^JfPia i>pbp EZ2I 2 "); Ba Z5 ' a,II • 1887 • 61 ' , gives •/ ?p, and comp. iii stick driven by another,

ppV in sport ; Fra 2A "'• ra , comp. Eth. Q+M": growth, stem, palm-tree (interchange of 3 and D)); — 'D abs. NU22 27 ; cstr. Je i u + 2 t., ^>P_P Gn3o 37 ; sf. ^i?»32 u 4-2t.; i^PP iSi7 40 Ho4 12 ; D^iao Exu"; pi. abs. ni^pp Gn 3o' 7 + 6 t.;— 1. branch of tree as rod, stick, used by Jacob in breeding his flocks, Gn 30 37 (n? roa? 'D), v 37.s8.39.4i.« . f symbolic rod ("1pe> 'D almond-rod) in Jerem.'s vision Je 1"; symbolic rods or staves, with names, used by proph. Zc n*"; fig. of Moab rnNBn 'D Je 48 17 (|| tiTHBD). 2. staff, used in journeying Gn 32 11 Ex 1 2", 1 S 1 7 40 cf. v 43 ; carried even when riding NU22 27 ; so also TJ <>i2P Ez 39* (=riding-stick) ace. to Hi Da Berthol; < a weapon ( + J5», "J*, n$J, Of?, TOi). 3. wand of diviner Ho 4" TiYDpp n.pr.m. 1. a Benjamite 1 Ch8 32 (read peril, also v 31 ^""-, so ®, cf. 9 37 ), 9 3738 .— © MaKakad, MaKfWaB, etc. 2. an officer of David ace. to 1 Ch 2 7 4 (om. ©B ; ©L Ma«XXa>0). tt^ptt v. II. tbp. n ?!?pp v - j^p- °r"? v - D ^*? sub m P- H3pp, njpp, VlJ^Q v. mp. [QDpp] v. DDp. O^pn v. BiP3.

  • VpO n.pr.loc. in Israel, site unknown,
K 4'; © Ma^t/ias, A Max/w (i. e. DD3D), 

©L Mayxar. yispn, gqpo, [njmpp, njrej:?] v.yxp. mpp v. nxp. [ppQ] vb. decay, rot, fester, fig. pine away(NHiU; Aram. (X) PPJ?) ;— Kiph. Pf.

pi. *i50J ^ 38 6 , '3] consec. Is 34 4 Ez 4 17 ; 
mpl. Drippy consec. Ez 24 23 ; Imp}'. 3 fs. PPT 1 

Zc 14 12 ; 3 mpl. 1PP! Lv 2(?, V% v 39 ; 3 fpl. rupsPI Zc 14 12 ; P«. pi. D'ipP? Ez 33 10 ;— 1. fester, of wounds ^ 38 s ( + trxan, v. B-Sl). 2. ro<, ro< owoy, : on-oa pen We^i innha njpen vrj; Zc 1 4 12 (plague upon foes of Jerusalem). 3. moulder away, of Drp^n K3S Is 34 4 (|| 1SB3 ^331 0^08*11). 4. of pining away by reason of (3), as punishment for, iniquity Ez 4 17 24'° 33 10 Lv 2 6 3939 . Hiph. Inf. abs. P»n, trans, ^ka 'n Zc 14 12 a causing hisjlesh to rot.