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nN^nn 608 nN^nn v. radm. rftfona v. j6n. t t : - * : - : DriQ v. oort; Ju 20 48 v. no. ]J1Q (-/of foil.; Ar. ^~S be stout, firm, enduring (Frey "Wahrm), XL ?»a£e stout, ,/irm (Lane)). TD^ritt n.m.dn. loins (Ar. ( T r !l 6ac&, ,jI£LlI the two sides of the bach, etc.; Syr. )#££);— aba. 'o Dt 33" + 7 1., tJ$HJ Ez 2 9 7 47 4 ; cstr. "0™? Jei3 n + 3t.; sf. *MTO I S 2i 3 , $ID J e i 3 2 ; Brnno 1 K 20^+4 t., etc.;— loins : 1 . a. place of wearing girdle 1 K 2 6 2 K i 8 Je 13" 2 ' 4U Ez 23 15 ; fig. Is 1 1 5 righteous- ness shall be tlw girdle of his loins. b. hence place of things attached to girdle : — sword girded on (by "On, 1DN) 2 S 20 8 Ne 4 12 ; opp., nflBK E' 1 ??'? , P. n 9' I s 45* an ^ ^ e fot'n* of kings I will loosen, i. e. will disarm them ('< before Cyrus; cf. Che); ink-horn Ez 9* C. gird- ing up loins = make ready for action, CfpJI Vjno 1 K 18 46 ; more oft. 'O Ijn 2 K 4 s9 9 1 Ex

a" (P), Dn 10 5 ; '» 1W Je 1". d. 'D TJ^ 

Pr 30 31 that which is jrert in the loins, i. e. prob. either a greyhound Ew Bo De (contracted, as if by a belt), or a war-horse, charger, Bo Ges Hi Str "Wild (with a saddle); cf. also "rfW, p. 267 supr. ; text perh. corrupt (Wild). e. girded with sackcloth (in mourning) Gn37 34 (J), Am 8 10 Is 20 2 1 K 20 3 ' ■" Je 48 s7 . f. linen breeches of priests were to extend ISH Q'?nB!3 tr$y> t Ex28 43 (P); to be'ncr^? Ez44 18 ; loins of slaves are girt with waistcloth, cf. Jb 12 18 (v. also 1iW). g. in gen. of the middle of the body, 'JTO "'D Ez 47 4 (i. e. water reaching to the loins); so of the appearance of '■» in Ezek.'s visions Ez I s727 8". 2. a. loins as seat of strength, Dt 33" 1 K 1 2 W = 2 Ch 1 o 10 ; tnno RJTJ Na 2 2 (|| D3 jn?N); Vjnm in'3 Jb 40 16 (of hippo- potamus); in combin. with 1 a (fig.) i"H?n 'D tij?3 Pr 3 1 17 site girdeth her loins with strength, she puts on energy with her girdle; cf. also 'D t'rOE'a Ez2i u sigh with breaking of loins, i. e. in entire collapse of strength ; so Ton 'El lUOn yfr 6g~* and make their loins continually to shake, make them totter ; cf. Ez 29 7 (where rd. ri-iytpni for rnojni, v. ISO), b. as seat of keenest pain, due to grief or dread Na 2 11 Is

I s (as in travail); so prob. also ty 66" (cf. Bae; 

and v. nj$1D sub ply). "HDJTO adj. gent, (deriv. unknown) ; — only 'ton BBB>V 1 Ch 1 1 43 . @ d Button, A MdMbm, ©L Mardapi. i,n.|nn, 1, 11. pwnp, "^rra, (i)itotq v. }ra t [pJ"lO] vb. become or be sweet, plea- sant (NH pn», esp. Pi. ; As. [matdku] be sweet, in deriv.; Eth. TOt^i sweet; Aram, to&o suck (with pleasure), PDO id., be sweet; Ar. j^la-. (L> before <j) v. smack the lips (with pleasure), ilkl sweetness); — Qal P/ 3 ms. sf. ipn» Jb 24 20 ; 3 pi. ipno 2 1 33 ; 7m,p/. 3 mpl. <Pjj# Pr 9 1 ', ^prip*l Exi5 25 ; — 1. lit. become sweet, of water (opp. D*HJ) x 5 25 (J); are (>•• e - taste) sweeJ, 'D; tf^U} DJB Pr 9 17 (fig. of delights of illicit pleasure). S. = be pleasant, v pnn Jb 2 1 33 atueei (pleasant) to /«'» are the clods of the valley (said of one resting in the grave). 3. suck (Aram, sense, cf. Syr. supr.) nt3"l ipriD Jb 24 20 the worm doth suck him, feast on him (on vb. masc. cf. Ges*" 5 - 7 Kb 8 '"'-* 3 * 5 ' Da^t™" 1 ), Di De Buhl (cf. Kau Da ; also SS who render ' angenehm finden'), but this sense in Heb. dub. ; txt. perh. crpt.(cf.conject. by Bu Du). Hiph.. Impf. 3 fs. njn VS3 p^ritpn DK Jb 20 12 if evil gives a sweet taste in his mouth (declarative Hiph.); 1 pi. 1iD pVltM rjTC 10« + 55 * we w ho used to make sweet (our) intimacy. tpn6 n.m. rr16 - 21 sweetness; cstr. DTlDB>'0 Pr 1 6 21 i. e. agreeable, attractive speech, so prob. Vljn 'D 2 7' the sweetness of one's friend, i. e. of his speech. I [pri6] n.[m.] sweetness ; — only sf. 'pJTB Ju 9 11 my sweetness (fig-tree loquitur), i. e. sweetness of the fruit. Tpi/TO adj. sweet, and n.[m.] sweetness (on formV. Lag™ 80 - 60 , cf. Ba NB ' 3 - 36 );— abs.'D Ju 14" + 9 t.; f. npmj Ec 5"; pi. D'pino ■fy 19 11 ; — 1. sweet, of honey Ju 14 14 (where 'D = subst. a sweet thing), v 18 (both Samson's riddle), Pr 24 13 ; so = sweetness, Ez 3 s ; more gen., 'O "10V3 Pr 2 7 7 every bitter thing is sweet to one hungry; fig. ^ 19" (God's command- ments, sweeter than honey), cf. Pr 1 6 24 (sim. of pleasant words) , ?ni» 'O V^Efl Ct 2 3 (i. e his caresses); "tt$ TM *> "9 D'Ofc I s 5 s0 making bitter into sweet and sweet into bitter (obscuring moral distinctions; || JT) 3ta&) 3to SI? D^?).