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t [iTTC] n.f. bitterness (on form v. Ges ,22 - 5R );— cstr. Wj WQ fff 3.b Pr 14'° the heart knoweth the bitterness of its soul (its own misery). t[rnto] n.f. id., cstr. n*l m.b Gn26 3S (P) bitterness of spirit {=■ grief of mind). f["nft] n.m. bitter thing, bitter herb (cf. NH id., Utter herb; on form v. Ba 1 "" 94 );— only pi. DTitp Ex 12 8 Nu 9", Cnhtp La 3 15 ;— bitter herbs, in Passover meal Ex 1 2 s Nu 9 11 (both P); cf. 133 W^n La 3 15 , fig. of distress inflicted (|| nj$£). I [n"HTDj n.f. bitter thing, gall, poison ; cstr. rn.no Jb 20 14 ; sf. torjHo v 2i ; pi. rnio Dt32 32 , rtrtfQ Jb 13 36 ;— 1. jyoK, i.e. seat of gall, gall-bladder Jb 20 25 (|| H13 back; cf. fTTlD 16 30 ). 2. =poison, tnnf 'O Jb 20". 3. nrntp Jt'«er t/ttn$r« Jb 13 26 (of God's edict of judgment). 4. pi. a.bstv.= bitterness ; rD3E>K 'o Dt 32 s2 cZwsters of bitterness (|| B>i"> 33J!).' ' tfrTTMp] n.f. gall; only sf. frf} TJ3B* 'AVID Jb 1 6 13 he poureth on the ground my gall (|| Tivia n^), fig. of God's cruel treatment (cf. rniD 20 25 ). "h-ynn adj. bitter ;— 'O 3B|5 Dt 32™ bitter destruction. (On Jb 3 s v. "V103 sub II. nD3.) f JWnO n.f. bitterness;— ruwi '031 Ez 2 1 " awZ m bitterness (bitterly) shalt thou groan. t"U?t? n.[m.] bitterness;— foH^b'O Pr I7 25 of a fool-son (|| V^ DJ??). t["fl~03] [n.m.] bitter thing; — only pi. trfnap *m®l Jb 9 18 (on dagh. f. dirim. cf. Ges ,20 - 2 ' b ), he sateth me with bitter things (bitter experiences; cf. "no La3 16 ). fi. ["Yncri] n.m. bitterness; — only pi. intens. Dnntpn Ho i2 15 + 2 t. ;— 'n 13DO Jed 26 mourning of bitterness (bitter mourning), so 'n "03 31" (cf. the vb. Is 2 2 4 Zc 12 10 ); as adv. bitterly Ho 1 2 ls (si veral.). — 11. pnon] v. sub n. fi.'HIQ n.pr.m. a son of Levi, and head of a chief Levit. family: © Mtpap(«)< s Mapnpo; — Gn 46" Ex 6 1619 NU3 17 - 20 - 333335 - 36 4 29 - 33 « tt 7 s 10 17 26 57 Jos 2 1 73438 (all P), I Cb.5 27 6'- 414 - 29 - 32 - 4862 9 14 I5 6.17 236.21 24 J6.S7 26 10.!9 2 Ch 29 13 34 12 EzJ . gl» ■j-ii. *H~iT3 adj. gent, of above, only c. art. as subst. coll. 'on Nu 26". II. 1~)D (v/of foil.; perhaps (so Thes) cf. At. yi pass by, go, sts.flov;, ~C*r* cause to flow, .»< water-course. f 11. "IE n.[m.] drop, only 'ho 1D3 D^ia Is 40 10 nations are like a drop hanging from a bucket. tnOhn and (Jos 1 5") nefc-iD n.pr.loc. (etym. dub.) in (the Shephelah of) Judah, Mi i 15 (where named with 3'pN etc.), Jos i5 44 (w£), cf. 2 Ch 1 1 8 14 89 20 37 ; so appar. (as n.pr.m. in geneal. scheme) 1 Ch 2 42 4 21 . — Cf. 2 Mace. I2 33 (Wlapio-a), I Mace 5 M (rd. Maptara for 2apapia, cf. Var. Apocr.). — Joseph*"'- 1 "- 8 ' 6 (Mapi<r<ra). ®A Josl^ u Maprj(ra; @L/3ap(7>)a; © I Ch 2 42 Map(f)t<ra © L Maptjoa, etc. Prob. = mod. Merash 1 m. S. of Beit Jibrin (Eleutheropolis), cf. Rob BBii.3! Be 10.2,42 GASm **"-- 233 (who identif. with (n?) ntsnio Mil 14 q.v. sub eh' p. 440 supr., but v. Lag 0nom - 139 ' m > "*• 282 ) Buhl Geo « r - 192 . ni'Tzno v. yvh. ^iwinp v. vh TQ^rntt used as n.pr.f. = Babylon, ~?5? fJ^V n k ' D YW Je5o 21 ; perh. = Double re- bellion (du.) V mo q. v. ; De p,r ,82 thinks = Bab. Marr&tim, i.e., land by the war Marrdtu, the bitter river (Pers. Gulf) = Southern Babylonia. fi. NiZiO n.pr.gent. et terr. 1. 'son' of Ishmael Gn 25 14 = I Ch I 30 . © Maa-arj, Maaaa, etc. 2. realm of king Lemuel Pr3i' De Now Str Wild.— Perh. = N. Arab. Mas'u Schr COTOn ,14; KGF 102. 262 ft., 364 JJJPirSEt n,m. N©0, HW2, TK*i2Xi,niW2 v.xea rnNtoo v. ni««to sub xtyj. aatep v. aft*. [nsfttop] ▼. n. yiv. "rtteQ v. n'eo. tm^tCD n.f. measure, of water, Ez 4" 16 (IpiJE'D); capacity in gen., Lv 19 s * (+rno, ^^), 1 Ch 2 3 M (deriv. dub.) toitoo v. Wb>. pntop v. pn'C. nnistoQ v. nefe^. [n5ton] v. •]*>. V^ipo v. b'B>. n^ton v. rdkf. [nnSto^] v. -OB>. [HOtoO] v. ^Dfe». nstoD v. rials'. mtoft v. mis'. t : • t : *