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D13 place on journey.in'O iU> Je 5 i M (Ew Gf Gie al.) ; fig. for security, assurance 2 S 14 17 (taken from resting, equilibrium, of scale ace. to Klo). 2. rest, quietness, pi. rrtrup 'D 1^23*; =refresh- iiient Is28"(|| TOA10); rest (fr. enemies) = peace 1 K 8 M (cf. 5 18 ), 'O &* 1 Ch 2 2 9 a maw of peace (cf. H'jn v b ) ; = relief fr. sorrow Je 4 5 3 ; condition of rest and security attained by marriage Ru i 9 (=rtaD 3 1 ).— 'D Ju 20 43 is pern, n.pr., cf. GFM. nin^P n.pr. v. "OrOO infr. ft [XiniOj n.pr. loc. (= resting-place, settlement), Drop 1 Ch 8 6 , site unknown, © Ma)(avad(i, ©L Mapouad. T^PTOQ adj. gent. perh. fr. foregoing, only c. art. as n. coll. *Bn 'Xn 1 Ch 2 M of a Judaean tribe (® Makafoi, A@L Mava6(t)); so rd. also prob. for rrimtpn 'Sn v 52 (© Mavaia, A Knitaviff). < ■fu. firUO n.pr.m. in Edom Gn36 23 =

Ch I 40 ; © Mav(*)axa0, Mavaad. 

t[i31J] vb. dangle, shake (X [ou] Aph. scare, sld., Levy chWB "» 7 Jastr"' '- 886 ; Ar. CjJ a bag hanging down, &li suspend, hang) ; — Qal Impf. 3 fs. tttJPI ^ 99 1 Ut (the earth) s/taie (||»1).— 01 We prop. 31DTI. JV"0 v. sub 1. RU. tD^J vb. be drowsy, slumber (NH 00, DJOJ id.; Aram. DM, pj • Ar. (^i) '13 id.; Eth. yon;);— Qal P/. 3 pi. «M Na 3 18 V 76 s (Ges' 72 '); Zmp/ tffln Vi2i 3 +2t.; 3 fs. D$J

S 4 s (so id. for .§ *OS, with other radical 

changes, © Th We Dr Kit Bu HPS) ; Inf. cstr. Oob Is 56 10 . — be drowsy, slumber, lit. JB"fll Djrn 2 S 4 6 (emend., v. supr.) and sfo? arew drowsy and slept; fig. of inactivity, indolence, Is 5 s7 (|| JB"), fin" (of '-, I «L); Na 3 18 (|Bf); "^ »3nfc Is 56 10 (|| aaf); sq. ace. cogn. H# f 7 6 6 (of death, ||DT)J). T TXCrM n.f. somnolence, fig. for indolence, Pra 3 < t nttlin n.f. slumber ;— abs. + 1 3 2 4 Pr 6"; pi. nioyri Pr6 ,0 +2 t.;— slumber as time of visions Jb33 15 (||nDTW); of indolent slumber

  • 132 4 (ll n 5F) Pr6 4 (j|rw) in both c. RJ), sq.

acc. + ?; 6 10 2^ (both ||nUB>, 330), TOWJ n.pr.loc. city in Judah, Jos 15 63 Qr; Kt DM' (so van d. H. Ginsb ; Baer only DO}) ; @ ll/uutlt, A@L lui/ovp. [nJj j J] vb. propagate, increase (si vera 1.) (>denom. fr. JM Hup-Now SS; — NH fU z=fish, so Aram. 80U, |Jcl», As. nunu) ; — Qal (or Hiph.1) Impf. J>T Kt; >Niph. |* Qr //- 72 17 let his name have increase (or, if Niph., be propagated, spread); but dub., Vrss perh. fi3? be established, endure. tpj and (1CI17 27 ) ]i2 n.pr.m. father of Joshuai CI17 27 ; elsewh.alw.t«-f3(S?BniV)Ex33 11 Nu 1 1 28 i 3 816 + 22 t. Nu Dt Jos (JEDP); also Ju 2 8 1 K 16 34 Ne 8 17 ; © Now; (for Now by err., cf. Thes). Tp3 n.[m.] offspring, posterity; — abs. Jb 18 19 Is 14 22 ; sf. fi Gn 21 23 (all ||"1M). p2?3 v. p. 584 supr. PI J 160 vb. flee, escape (Syr. «n»J tremble (rare), cf. Brock; Ar. jm), ^Li more <o and fro, be in commotion, dangle, Lane 2866 ) ; — Qal Pf DO Nu 35 25 + ; nriD? 2 K p 3 ; WD? 1 S 4 16 , etc.; Impf. WSJ Ex 2>+; Bgl Gn 39 12 +; P^CJ V' 104', etc.; 7wp. mp 7 ,. *D2 Je 48 6 + 4 t. Je Zc; 7n/.a6s. DU 2S18 3 ; csHr. 6ob (D^) Gn iq^ + j i><. D3 Am 9 X + ; D'DJ Ex 14"+ ;— 1. flee, abs. Gn 39 12 - ,5 Nui6 34 (allJ); Josio 16 (JE); LV26 1 " 6 (H); fig. of sea V' 114 3 ' 5 cf. 104 7 ; sq. ace. cogn. DUD Je 4 6 5 , sq. fj^ Jos 8' 5 (J), 2 K 9"; sq. ITJja Dt a8 ? *j DB/ar^S '3 2 K f flee for their life, 1 Y?13 '3 Ju 4 1!, flee on fool; + 44 t. abs. (not elsewh.' Hex); sq. ~b« loc. Dt 4 42 i9 51l (D), Nu 35 32 Jos 20 4 (both P), Ju 4 17 1 K2 2829 Is i3' 4 ; sq. b iS4 10 +6t. + 'iritnp^ Ex 1 4 s7 (E; not elsewh. Hex); sq. *15> Ju 7 22 + Pr 28 17 pi3~iy, v.113); sq.-^Is io 3 ; sq.n_loc.Gn I4 10 +4t. JE, Nu 35 6 + 6 1. P, Dt 4 42 19 34 (D), + 6 1.; sq. DB> Is 20 6 ; sq. ace. loc. Jos 8 20 (J), + 4 t.; sq. pr™*? Isi7 13 =/ar away; sq. f» from, Jos 20 6 (P), iS 4 16 +3t.; tjinp Jesi 6 ; esp. MBD /rom 6e/ore Ex 4 s 14 26 Nu io 35 Jos 10" (all JE), 1 S 1 7 24 Je 4 8 44 (Qr D|n, > Kt Wn), + 19 t.; sq. MDb Jos 7 4 8 5 "' 6 (all J), 1 S 4 17 2 S 24 13 , P.STO 1 Ch 19 18 . 2. escape Am 9 1 (||oi>DJ) so Je46 6 ; hence 3. take flight, depart, disappear, only fig.; Dt 34 7 (JE) his freshness (nh? vigour) was not gone (WW n] ?i 2 T *&); of shadows (at evening), Ct 2 17 4 6 ; of sorrow etc. Is 35 1C 51". 4. D1D"?5) '3 Is so u fly (to the attack) on horse- back, t Po'lei Pf. Is 59 19 ta nppi *» rjn <a«  breath of '* drive'h at it, driveth it on (cf.