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taipS^band of soldiers (=Ar. 'pJI, people; so E. Castle, Thes etc., cf. Che** * 8o1 - " 6 ; >text. error for D^K Hi cf. Now) Pr30 n . tl?iri7N n.pr.loc. (cf. "&« sub lb") city < t . in southern Judah Jos 15 30 19 4 ; cf. also *VW (q.v.) 1 Ch 4 2 ' J . II. 7K adv. of negation (so Ph. e.g. CIS

wu BAram., Sab. (DHM™ 01875 - 696 ), and in the

Eth. A£VO: aZ6o, w woA, denying however, not objectively as a fact (like SO, ni), but sub- jectively as a wish (like pi), expressing there- fore a deprecation or prohibition : a. (a) with a verb, which is then always an impf. (never an imperative), by preference in the cohort, or jussive mood, where this is in use, and may be of any person or number; Gn 15 1 and often «y?"*J(g fear not! 22 12 f|» fl^f^O* put not forth thy hand, 37 s7 tar*rtjo* W} and let not our hand be upon him, 21 16 nN"iK"?K let me not look upon the death of the lad! V' 25 s flBfatOK let me not be ashamed ; with 1 pi. (rare) 2 Si3 ss Jei8 18 Jom". In an imprecation

h«  poet. "b« (cf. bj>, >nj(), but only in Job (t 3 n 5 M '5 M 29 19 ). with suff. &, Tfo flfe etc. 0% D3^K& ( 5 t.) DJ^ dn^K & rjnfe (both very often), once to^j yf, 2 ]r"b» t once jn^K Ex i 19 (As. Hi, Ar. Jil), prep, denoting mo- tion to or direction towards (whether physical or mental). 1. of motion to or unto a person or place Gn2 ,922 3 » 8" 14 22 16 9 etc., after every kind of verb expressing motion (Ki3 ; ^il, K£, etc.) So with fro to give (though b is here more common) Gn2i 14 35* Dt 13" + ; 1?D to sell 37 36 , etc. Metaph. Je 2" ?]^K Wlia nS and that my fear (cometh) not unto thee (cf Jb 31 s3 ).— Peculiarly Gn 6 16 TOS b« unto the length of a cubit, etc. And metaph. in the phrase ^Sp.^K)"^ unto exultation tHo 9" Jb 3 s2 . Once, exceptionally (si vera 1.) =even : Jb 5 s Wing! DnSEriw and even out of thorns he taketh it. Sometimes pregnant, as Is 66 17 Je 4 1 ' ?K njt commit whoredom (by going) to Nu 25 1 Ez I6 26 - 28 - 29 ; ^ EHT S eek (by resorting) to one (sc. for oracles) Dt 18 11 Is 8 19 n 10 -|-; *OU Gn 49" Inin-PN have not thou the excellency! '§ join together (& come) unto Gn 14 3 ; D'aB'n i/f 109 12 Jb3 46 . Sometimes strengthened by W: Gn 13 8 i8 3 al. (b) without a verb, (a)

S i 21 Ze< (there be) not dew & not rain upon 

you ! Is 62 6 1^83'. (/3) used absol., in deprecation Gn 19 18 2 S 13 16 (v. sub rVfM) 2 K 3 13 4 16 6 27 (v. RVm : but possibly to be expl. by Dr* 1521 "; so Th Ke : hardly as Ew* 355 ") Ru i 13 "033 b« Nay, my daughters, cf. Ju 19 23 ; (y) after a preceding imper. Am 5 14 Jo 2 13 Pr 8 10 , a juss. if, an inf. abs. 2 7 2 . (c) in poetry ?N sometimes expresses vividly the emotion or sympathy of the poet (v. Dr* 86 " 8 ); Is2 9 tth K&rriw and forgive them not ! (with a touch of passion), i^4i 3 Pr 3 s5 Jb 5~; f 34 6 (but © © Ew Che here rd. D^JW, prob. rightly); 50 3 * may our God come "bsi c 7 T Qv an d n °t oe silent ! (the psalmist identify- ing himself with a spectator of the scene v 2 - 31 ") 1 2 1 3 (contrast v 4 *6) Je46 6 + . h. once Pr 1 2 s8 joined closely to a subst. (cf. *0 2 b) to express with emph. its negation : In the way of righteousness is life, and in the path- way thereof niB"?K there is no-death! i.e. immortality, c. once Jb 24 s5 used poet, as a subst., And bring my words 7k? to nought! — N.B. 1 S 27 10 Di»n once/sr^x bis with thepf. is against all analogy; and either 'B-pK (with ® 33), or better fK whither l (with @ X : v. 1 S io 14 ) must be read. «W rise early (and go) to 19 27 ; 24 11 ?X Tp"i:in made to kneel down at; 47 18 ?K DO i.e. has been made over to; «>N "ins to come in fear to Hos 3 5 Mi 7 17 . Opp. is I», as mrj3rr{>N nx^n-jo from end to end Ex 26 28 ; nB'bs fiBO Ezr 9" (syn. 2K21" nab ns). And of time (rare) njp$ nyo f 1 Ch 9 25 ; ns>-b^ Di>D tNu 30 13 (P) 1 Ch 16 23 (in the || f 96 s B*»j» Di'D). . Where the limit is actually entered, into, Gn 6 18 and thou shalt enter into the ark 7 1 19 3 4 1 21 42 17 ; & so after verbs of throwing, casting, putting 37^ (T^ n ) 39 20 "T^? ,r ™?! "inDH p U t him into the prison house, Ex 28 30 (Lv8 8 ) Dt23 25 ; so after 1=1? to bury Gn23 ,9 25 9 49 M ; Brfe> to squeeze 40 11 ; rtno to blot out Nu 5 23 , etc.; metaph. Gn 6 6 was pained into or unto his heart, 3?"?X DB*, a'S^n to place, bring into (=lay to) heart Dt 4 39 2 Signal. In connexion with a number or multitude into which something enters, in among: 1 S io 22 in among H i$ (nearly always followed by Makkeph), behold he had hid himself B^ST^J the baggage, Je 4 3 sow not D'Sp-PK m among thorns. . Of direction towards anything: (a) of physical acts or states, as Gn 30 40 [XSn <JB fro b$, 39 7 b* YfV K'B»J, Ex 25 20 , Nu6 M b« VJ3 K'B»J (2 K 9 32 differently), 24' b* V3B Tf, Jos8 18 V 28 2 1 K 8 2930 (to pray towards) v 38 ; pregn. b* Tin