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wirr^H or iv (q. v.); if the word be taken as the pron. with suff. (Hi Ke), Dn^S must be read. Note 2. — There is a tendency in Hebrew, esp. manifest in S K Je Ez, to use 78 in the sense of ?5?; sometimes 7N being used excep- tionally in a phrase or construction which regu- larly, and in ace. with analogy, has 7$); some- times, the two preps, interchanging, apparently without discrimination, in the same or parallel sentences. Thus (a) Jos 5 14 VJB-7-X ^*5j * s J 3 U ^P T J?T'? If'^P"™ " D'PH ; 14 34 (v. sub 5); 1 f "K?7?S tWlfi (contr. 7JJ Dt 1 i 29 ) ; 1 9 1G 2 S 6 3 20 23 '(contr. 8 16 ) 1K13 29 18 46 (contr. 2 K 3 15 by) Je 35" Ez 7 18 . (6) Ju 6 37 and upon (by) all the earth let there be dryness, v 39 let there be dryness on (?£) the fleece; 1 S 14 10 come up W^, v 12 come up tt*&j 16 23 " ; i6 13 & i8 10 b<* nSx, io 6 al. ?J? nbS; 2 5 17 evil is determined irv3-b ^yi wjfw^t ; v 25 ; 2 7 10 ; 2 S 2' b« vizfocPi by... *>y> bf t „ 7K1...7K1...; f>..,by6rv ..3ni ; 2K8"'; 9 6 * 3 ; Jeio 16 ; 25 s ; 2 6 15 yelay innocent blood Dtftn T^IT^tl D3^; 27" 28 s 33 14 34 7 36 31 37 13 ' 14 Ez iS" 1 *' 5 21 12 etc. V79 6 (Je io 25 75; twice). It is prob. that this inter- change, at least in many cases, is not original, but due to transcribers. Conversely, though not with the same frequency, 75? occurs where analogy would lead us to expect 7K, or even in juxtaposition with b*, as 1 S i 10 7? ?Win to pray to (v 26 ??); v 13 ;

s5 by . . . bx ; 1 k 20 43 in"?-^ 1^1 (21 4 ??); 

Is 22 15 Je n 2 23 35 3i 12 . Cf. Dr 9ml ' 13 ' 13; "- 8 ' 7i15 ' 4 . "Pj^JnTlyTN n.pr.m. (unto are mine eyes) 1. a Korahite i Ch 26 3 . 2. a returning exile Ezr 8 4 . t -, 2' 1 3?V7N n.pr.m. (id.) 1. a descendant of David i Ch f M . 2. a Simeonite ^W i Ch 4 30 . 3. a Benjamite (id.) "f. 4. priests in time of Ezra (a) Ezr io 22 ; (6) io 27 (^X); (c)Nei2 41 . f 1. 7i$ pr. pi. m. & f. = the more usual HJX, tJtese i Ch20 8 ; with art. bt*n Gn io 825 2 6 34 Lv i8 27 Dt 4 42 7 s2 19 11 . (Merely an orthogr. variation of i"l?N, and doubtless pronounced similarly; the kindred dialects have in genl. a dissyllabic form: v. sub n?K. Written similarly in Ph., e.g. CIS 3 s2 14 5 93 3 (^)> but ZMG isro.240 (N e o-Punic) K7M; in Plaut. Poen. v. 1.9 transliterated tty; Schroed. rhGl '"- 81160 ' 286ff .)

n^N 

llvi* (Jjt, Jifr; XI: Rabb.^N, Aram. rbet, & compd. with )oi and »./' in ~^£oi, t-^-l) V r - pl.m. & f. these, in usage the pi. of HI. a. Gn 2 4 & oft. : in appos. to a subst. with a pron. suff. (always without the art.) Ex 9 14 (rd. with Hi. 1? nVt< for 1$"^) io 1 n*V>N ^nhN fAew my signs,'ii 8 Dtn l9 'iK8 M io 8 22 23 2K1 13 Je3i" Ezr 2 s6 Ne 6 14 ; in the genit. 2 K 6 20 Is 47* Dt 1 8 12 >// 1 5 6 ; and after 73 Gn 1 4 3 + oft. Stand- ing alone in a neuter sense, these things (rare in best prose, & not very common in poetry), with nb»y Dt 18 12 22 6 25 16 2S23 1722 ^15'+; with other vbs. Ezr 9 1 Is 44 s ' 47" Je 13 22 Ho i4 10 VM2 5 5o 21 107 43 Jb8 2 ; with-nx Nui5 13 IS48 14 ; with"73 Ju 13 23 Is66 2 +; v.also some of the cases with preps, sub d. H7N may point indifferently to what follows, Gn 6 9 io 1 25 715 ' 3 jr 42 s ; or to what has preceded, Gn 9 19 io 203132 25 4 Lv 2I 14 22 s2 i)r i;f;=such as these (roiavTa), jr 73 12 Jbi8 21 . b. repeated, H7N1 . . . H7K, these . . . those Dt 27" Jos 8^- Is 49" (3 t.) ^ 20 8 + . c. with the art. (but only after a subst. deter- mined likewise by the art.) H|Nn Gn 1 5 1 + oft. d. with preps. : rr?N3 Lv 2 5" 2 6* 1 K 2 2" (7 1.), nWa ti S i6 10 17 39 ;' nfcfj" Lv n 24 (4 1.), rbxb 1 K 22 17 (5 t,); nfcfi} Gn 9 19 (16 t.) ; n^K ly Lv 26 18 ; i " , ?&?"75) on account of these things Is 57 s 64" Je5 9 al.; njj>N3 fJb 16 2 Je io ,6 =5i 19 , nVxs +Gn 27 46 Lv io 19 (things like these, so Is 66 s Je 18 13 ) Nu 28 M P (cf. Ez 4s 25 ) 2 K 2 5 17 =Je B2 12 , %"i»3 +Jbl2 3 . II. ^N god, TT^N, iT$J?& etc. v. I. rfot TN7N n.pr.m. father of an officer of Solomon I K 4 18 (=11. nb« terebinth]). I. H7K (assumed as -/of ?K, (*6g) B*&g ^od, G'od, but question intricate, & con- clusions dub. It is uncertain whether ?S &, D , ^ 1 ^!!? are from the same V. Following are the chief theories : 1. a. Thes makes b« & DWX dis- tinct, and both really primitive, but associates b$ in treatment with ?X strong, Pt. of -/,-IN ; strong, ace. to Thes, being derived from mng. be in front of; (different order in Lex. Man., RobGes) ; b. b$ & D'ripN distinct ; former fr. 71N strong; latter pi. of iiPK from */[t*OX] = l] (li~.) go to and fro in perplexity or fear, hence H^K fear & object of fear, reverence, revered one; ^ li = bti nns trepide confugere ad Ho 3 s ; DVi7N=ina Gn 3 i 42 =sq'ie Is 8' 3