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^Nnvrin 604 t^N.lVttJTp n.pr.ni. Jewish name in Per sian period (God delivers; from Aram. VSP, route oia*. deliver, As. Mzubu, Shaph. from ezebu, deliver, D1 HWBSS ; cf. the Bab. names Musizib- Marduk, ' Marduk delivers,' Musizib-ilu, KB u.381. it. 129^ . — grandfather of one of the wall- builders Ne 3 4 ; one of those sealed io 22 ; father of royal officer (a Judaean) n 24 ; the relation of these to each other is unknown ; © Mao-f- f<(3ija, M«(Taif(^ijX, @L Mao-o-ifa/SeA, etc. t "^]^£3 vb. draw, drag (NH id. ; Aram. WP (rare) be extended, also conduct, take, Syr. .i«.v> is be dry, shrivelled (of fruit, etc.) ; Eth. ffoflh: bend (the bow); Ar. eLlI grasp and hold i. Frey; IV. Frey Lane; cf. also As. masku, «Jfcw» (perh. also march D1 HWB431 ), Ar. eUi id., Aram. &m£>, K?fP id.);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'o i K 22 34 + 2 t., HW<& consec. Jb 24 s2 ; 3 fs. mflS Dt2i 3 , etc.; Impf. rf&B[ Jb2i 33 ;' ^'BTp>l Ju'20 37 ; 2 ms. sf. "?3f On ^ 28 s ; I s. sf. D32pK Ho 1 1 4 , etc. ; 7m«. TJ&6 f 36 11 , sf. »JS^J Ct'i 4 ; mpl. tt^D Exi2 21 , ttrtj Ez 3 2 M ; /«/ c««r. ^ifcto Ex 19 13 Jos 6 s , fvd? Ec 2 3 ; Pt. &Q Amp' 3 Vno9 12 ; pi. D^fO Ju5 14 ; cstr. ^fO Is 5 18 66 19 ; — 1. draw and lift out of (ft?), c. ace. pers., "fan |p Hpi'-nK ^ O^J Gn 37 M (E), so Jeremiah ( + Dv3na, 2 instr.) Je 38"; cf. nana jrri*> -]£>pn Jt^o 23 ; draw, dra<7 a/ore<7 Kif n ^ana ji"y *ae>D i s 5 18 (fig.) ; iafpa WE'ia ^io* (fig. of wicked catching and dragging the poor); draw, lead along (with hostile purpose) c. ace. pers. Ju 4 7 (subj.  ; + '? pers. et rei); lead or drag off (to doom, subj. '») Jr28 3 (cf. 26 s ); similarly, or = draw down to death, "131 nniN tt^O EZ32 20 (si vera 1.; ref. to fall of Egypt), but rd. perh. a form of aatf for laeto, © Co Berthol, cf. Sm.; abs., subj. heifer, ?iV3 nae>0 Dt 2 1 3 (3 instr.); draw, lead (in love), (fig., subj/') DSE'DK DTK bra Ho 1 1 4 , cf. Je 3 1 3 (al. as 5 infr.) 2. draw the bow, n#33 'D 1 K 22 34 = 2 Ch 18 33 , but'P ^f O Is 66 19 (where text dub., © Mo<ro^ xa «'t (eofftX), so Lo Sta a "" 8 Du Che 1 **,— not Gr Che 00 ™ Di). 3. proceed, march (cf. Germ. Ziehen) n3E/p* -fan via Ju 4 « cf. 20 37 (abs.), Jb 2 1 33 (vn'nK); so also (perh.) Ex 1 2 21 proceed (i.e. forthwith), and take you a sheep ; and prob. 032*3 CacPD Ju 5 14 those marching with the staff, etc. (most under 2. drawing with, i.e. wielding). 4. draw out a sound, give a sound, ?3'n Tj't^pa Ex

13 (E) wluen the ram('s horn) sounds, l^.pa 'Da 

?3 s n Jos 6 s (JE). 5. draw out, prolong, continue, TJH7 I^DPI TIB*!? <fy 36 1 " prolong, con- tinue thy kindness to them that know thee; iDn *|eto "A «n^j 109 12 ; (so poss. TDn T , naB l p Je3i 3 / have prolonged kindness to tliee, cf. Eyle Ne 9 30 ; al. as 1 supr.); cf. &# DJT>J£ 'CPll ntej Neg 30 (TWI omitted); "nj lib 'JEK 'en " (ll «a n:sn D$tybn) ; taaa ffTHJ tn Jb 24 22 i.e. Ae (God) prolongeth the life of <7(e mighty (Du draggeth them <#f, as ^ 2 8 3 1 supr., — reading also ffTSfe for '3K, with © Bi); cf. Niph. 6. trail seed (draw along in sowing) Am 9 13 (opp. D'SJg Tp/n ; c f. r^D infr.) 7. (late) cfoer (draw, attract, gratify) |??a 'O n'B'a-nN Ec 2 3 ,— so De (who cites NH,Chag 14 *) Now Wild.— ttrrfrNQ iT i^p H07 5 is difficult, © AV HV he stretcheth out his hand with, maketh common cause with, is hardly poss., text prob. corrupt We Now. Niph.. Imp/. 3 mpl. '•SETS? ii? Is 1 3 M they shall not be pro- longed (days of Babylon); 3 fs. TV®n tb Ez 1 2 Kkffl it shall not be postponed. Pu. Pt. long drawn out : T^PP Is 1 8 2 ' of persons, = tall; i"l3Btop njnn Pr 13 12 liope postponed, deferred. tl. ["JJlfe] n.[»n.] a drawing, drawing up, a trail ;— 1. cstr. tfMBO np3Pl TJB^O Jb 2 8 18 the drawing up (fishing up, i.e. securing after effort) of wisdom is beyond corals. 2. cstr. a trail (of seed), V]j|£ 'P ^ 126 6 bearing the trail of seed ; cf. "WO 6. < +11. "^tpp n.pr.gent. the Moschi (Gk. Moo-^oi, v. infr.; As. Musku, MuSki, DP" 230 g cnr COTQ n 10. Si KGFlMff.. cf g^ ^j Hal 243 ) J— 'son' of Japheth Gn io 2 (P), between ?3n and D-J'n, — 1 Ch i 6 ; also, ?Vt3, prob. err., v 17 (v. VQ) ; n#$ V 1 20 s (|| Tffi ; here without ^3n) ; tM 5>3W Ez 2 7 13 cf. 3 2 26 3 8 2 (both + bjB); so also © Is 66" (Lo Sta^'" 8 Du Che Hot ; v. supr. ryo 2); i?3ni 'o k-'s't n"'b»3 i*ai Ez 38 s 39 1 . © Moaox (M«rox), Sam. "](')enD. — On identif. cf. Boch.; in Assyr. times they dwelt in W. (or NW.) Armenia (cf. Schr 1-0- ); in Pers. times appar. farther NE. (SE. of Euxine Sea), cf. Mo<rx<>i ko T«/3a/)i)i«K Herod" 1 - 941 v "- 78 ; also Di (Ju 10. 2 an( J Q ne EncycL Bib. Art. Gtogr. (Biblical^ t [n3Cte] n.f. cord ; — only pi. cstr. niaK'D TD3 Jb 38 31 the cords of Orion, i.e. prob. those by which (ace. to some legend) he is dragged along in the sky (cf. Di).