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ajea P<. niSCi Ct 5" ; — <2rop, drip, usu. trans. , c. ace, of clouds dropping water (Q'P), in storm Ju 5 4 , ||heavens v 4 (obj. om.), -<r 68 9 (id.; all theoph.) ; of hands dri]>jring myrrh pio) Ct 5 s ; in predict. D'Dy *SB? Jo 4 18 the mts. slwdl drip must; fig. of (seductive) speech 'tSH DDi Pr 5 3 the lips of the strange woman drop honey, so perh. Ct 4 11 (Bu of kisses); "*3 '3 vniriB'e> 5 13 fo s Z?> drip myrrh (perh. of sweet breath). Intrans. only TOO f)bri io'Oy Jb2 9 K iywra. </tew my speec/t used to drop. Hiph. Pf. 3 mpl. ^Bni consec. Am9 13 ; Impf. 2 ms. H'tsn Am7 16 ; 1 s. H 1 ?*? Mi 2 11 ; 3 mpl. r la ' , t^ , - v 6 ; 2 mpl. ttl'Bn v 6 , «MP0 v 6 ; P<. T99 Mi 2" ;— 1. drip, D'pJ? IMTI) Am 9 13 and the mts. shall drip must ( = Qal J04 18 ). 2. of speech, esp. prophecy (without ace): c. ?5? against, Am 7 16 (||N3|n), c.~b« toward, Ez 2 1 2 (id.), v' (id.); c. !> concerning Mi 2" c f. v " ; _n^6 wb:t6 fWR iQtsn-^K Mi 2 6 ' talk not ' — so they talk — ' they (rd. ye 1) shall not talk of these things ' (where 'BR, 'BO' ref. to prophets). fi. [n^] n.m. drop ;— D^BM Jb 36 s7 (|pBD, ram). + 11. ^t22 n.[m.] an odorif. gum (gathered in drops), used in sacred incense Ex 30 34 (P). Identif. dub. ; © otoictt}, 93 stacte, i. e. (Hesych.) a kind of myrrh, so Kn, cf. Ri HWB ; Rosenm Thes Ke al. storax; Rabb. opobalsamum (cf. J_)[«dloc. JJ ow Arch. U.M.M8 t[nD ,, tt3?] n.[f.] drop, i.e. pendant, an ornament (or pearl as Ar. i ~i Ul, fr. likeness to drop of water ; cf. GFM) ; — only pi. abs. niB'BS Ju 8 26 , niBM Is 3'°. TnQtOp n.pr.loc. in Judah (dropping, dripping, cf. Lewy 8emFr « md - 0r,OT<0 );— Ezr 2 K = Ne f 26 ; © NtToxfxi, ®L Ncra^art (as adj. gent. Ne^ 28 ). t^nC't33, 'flOtea adj. gent. ;— 'Bb3 2 S 2 3 ffl 4- o^t-, 'B'iB? T i Ch 2" + 4 t. Ch ; — '3H tf«j Netophathite 2 S 2 3 28 - 29 2 K 25*'= Je 40 8 1 Ch ii 30 - 30 ; sg. coll. (the) Netophathites (no art.) iCh2 54 9 ,6 Nei2 S8 . tppj] vb. keep (less common || of 1X3) (NH id.; X "HJ?, Syr. ;£j «.; Nab. in n.pr. Lzb 323 (cf. also infr.), Ar. jio to", (obj. garden, etc.));— gal Pf 1 a V$J Ct i 6 ; /my/- 3 ms. lio? ^103", 1103? Je3 6 ; rd. "fo?l also Ami" (for MT «P<?:) 01+ 1039 We Now GASm Dr; 2 ms. "*? Lv 19 18 ; 1 s. "tits? Je 3 ' 2 ; P«. act. 1013 Na x 2 ; f. .TJB3 Ct 1 6 ; mpl. 0^01 Ct 8 1113 ; — 1. &«e^>, maintain (sc. wrath), of ' Je 3 512 Na i 2 (c. ? for), ^ 103 9 ; of Edom Am 1" (rdg. iEK "Vf? "lb^l and he kept his anger perpetually, v. supr.). 2. &e«p, guard a vineyard Ct i 6 " (in fig.), abs. 8", obj. in? v 12 . t niton and (La 3 12 ) kTlffiQ n.f. 1. guard, TT" ^ / TT~ ward, prison. 2. target, mark (as kept in the eye, watched, cf. 1X3 Pr 2 3 26 , and axdn-oc (watcher, mark) from oxiitToiiai ; perh. Nab. [wn]l3D Lzb 323 ); — nlways abs.: — 1. guard, ward, prison, usu. 'OH IXn court of guard (v. 1. 1XPI) Je 3 2 2 - 812 33 1 37 2 ' 121 38 61328 39' 413 ; 'tan nyc* Ne 1 2 s9 . 2. taroei, wiaryfc Jb 16 12 (fig. of '>'s chastisement), Y^ x 7?>?3 La 3 12 (sim. id.); lit. only 1 S 20 20 . ttfc^JDJ vb. leave, forsake, permit (Z for- sake ; draw off" skin of dead animal ; Ar. (jUoj = abstinens ab impuro ace. to Kam (Fr'ey));— gal Pf. 3 ms. '3 1 S io 2 , sf. 1 pi. 13&03 Ju 6 13 ; 2 ms. ?f 0? 1 S 1 7 28 , nriBtoj Is 2*, sf. »SJfC? Gn 31 28 , IWM consec. Ex 23", etc.; Impf®®] 1 S i2 22 ^94' 4 , ^ Ho 12 15 , sf. i pi. Vfht) 1 K8 57 ; 1 pi. B>B3 Ne io 32 , etc.; 7m«. Bnc'3 Pri7 14 ; Pt. pass. f. ."12*103 Is2i 15 ; mpl. OTpBJ 1 S 30 16 ;— 1. Zeaw, Zei aZ-cme Ex 23 11 (E ; =let field lie fallow, ||BDB>), cf. n3fn-riS BT331 T^»3 NEtol n*y*3^n Ne io 32 (i.e. leave field £gdlow and debts unclaimed); obj. quails, let them lie, (?y loc.) Nu n 31 (JE), of Amalekites fnsn-bB »3B-^y D^W 1 S 30 16 left to themselves over all the land; VM Vft X%ft Ho 12" and his mortal guilt shall lie leave upon him; leave in charge of, entrust to (?y pers.) : sheep 1 S 17 20 ' 28 ; baggage v 22 . 2. usu. forsake, abandon, ni3h«n n.31 '3 1 S io 2 thy father hath abandoned the matter of the asses (ceased to be concerned about them); tyit33 Tin Pri7 14 abandon con- tention; oft. subj. c. ace. pers. Ju6 13 Is 2 s 1 S 12 22 iK8 57 (||3!y) 2K21 14 Je7 M i2 7 (|p!V), 2 3 33 - 39 ^2 7 9 (|p!y), 94 l4 (||^.); of '"leaving Phar. forsaken (on ground, cf. Niph. 1) Ez 29 s ( + H loc), 32 4 ( + 3 loc); abandoning the sanctuary at Shiloh^78 60 ; of men forsaking God Dt32 13 (poem), Je 15 6 ; cf. 1|K rnin B-sn-bK Pr i 8 6 M ; of men abandoning kg. (under fig. of cedar) T t 2