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(poet. Moses || "Vtt & DTjp >n^N) 2 S 22" 2 23 s (poet. David || IIS) and in the combinations vbv btt (5 1.; vid. ivby) & *w 5* (10 1. ; vid. HB*), t7. , N strength, power (on connection with I. n^t c f. Di Gn i 1 31 29 ) in <T ^jjreft t'< i» according to the power of my fuind=it is in my power, etc. Gn 3i M (E; sq. ^> + Inf.); bx!>rri7)3 Vt Pr 3 27 (sq.id.); BT ^"E* Mi 2 1 (abs.); neg. ,1.; ^ P*} Dt 28 32 (abs.)=<Aou shall be power- less, so Ne 5 6 . n'bN 67 so Dt 32 17 ; p6n^ Dn 1 i 38 (vid.BD)sf. inPKPHb i"; elsewhere ITl 7>N n.m. god, God. (Sam. id., Aram. S^t, J^', Ar. iJI, Sab. nfo DHM ,C ;— n^K as found in Heb. prob. a sg. formed by inference fr.pLOVfrK; cf.Nes lc ) — 1. a heathen god, late usage ; iw£"v3 2 Ch. 32 15 Dn 11 37 ; irOSO iri3 *T whose power is his god Hb l u 2 K 17 31 (but Qr *$%), nibx ann ne>K ITS w 7j cfoiA ormjr GW in his hand Jb 1 2 6 (Ew Di RVm, etc.) 2. God, used in ancient poems Dt 32 1517 ^ 18 32 , and on their basis an archaism in later poetry Jb3 4 -f- (4 1 1. Jb), iff 50 22 1 14 7 139 19 Pr 30 5 Is 44 8 Hb 3 3 Ne 9 17 (citing Ex 34 s where ?N is used). □H' . N 2570 n.m.pl. (f. 1 K 1 1 33 ; on number of occurrences of ?X, FlvN, DVOK c f. also Nes' c ') 1. pi. in number, fa. riders, judges, either as divine representatives at sacred places or as reflecting divine majesty and power: D"l7Nn Ex 2 1 6 (Onk <3, but to xpiTrjpiov rov e«C ©) 22 78 ; Oirbbt 2 2 827 (X Ra AE Ew RVm; but gods,® JosephusPhilo AV; God,BiRY; all Covt. codeofE)cf. iS2 25 v.Dr.; Ju5 8 (Ew,but gods®; God® BarHeb.; m,T 33 Be)^82 16 (De Ew Pe; but angels Bl Hup) 138 1 (@ X Rab Ki De ; but angels ® Calv ; God, Ew ; gods, Hup Pe Che), tb. divine ones, superhuman beings including God and angels ^8 6 (De Che Br; but angels ® yj as God's consultation with angels ; cf. Jb 38'). tc. angels i/r g 1 ] 7 (® @ Calv; but gods, Hup De Pe Che); cf. D , n7X(n) '33 = (the) sons of God, or sons of gods = angeh Jb i 6 2' 38 7 Gn 6 24 (J; so ® Bks. of Enoch & Jubilees Phllo Jude v 6 2 Pet 2 4 Jos Antl - 31 ) most ancient fathers and modern critics; against usage are sons of princes, mighty men, Onk and Rab. ; sons of God, the pious, Theod Chrys Jer Augustine Luther Calv Hengst; ®L rd. ni viol rov Bioi), cf.

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D^K '33. d. gods Dmbttn Ex 18" 22" (E) 1 S 4 8 2 Ch 2* + 86 8 ; IPrfoffl >rbtt the God of gods, supreme God Dt io 17 ^ 136 s ; D'n^K Ex 32 I1B (JE) Ju 9" ; Qnnx D<nl?K otlier gods Ex2o 3 23" Jos 24 216 (E) Dt 3 i' 8a> (JE) 5 7 + (17 t. in D, not P) Ju 2 12I7W io 13 1 S 8 8 26" 1 K9 69 (=2Ch7 m2 )n < -">i 4 » 2K5 17 i7«5J?-» 22 17 (=2Ch 3 4 25 )2Ch28 25 Jei'« + (i8t.Je)Ho 3 1 ; 133(H) lbn foreign gods Gn 35" Jos 24 a>a (E) Dt 3 i 16 (JE) Juio 16 1S7 3 2Ch 33 " Je "; -nru 'N Gn 31 s3 (E); D'iSD 'x Ex 12 12 (P) Je43 i2.i3. noNn / N Jog 24 i5^ E ) Ju 6 io. D ^ x / N etc Ju io 6 ; >T nETJD D'H^X Dt4 28 ; D"Un 'x yo</« 0/ «Ae nafc'oras 2 K 18 33 19 12 Dt29 17 2CI1 32 1719 Is 3 6 ,8 37 12 ; D'C5?n'NDt6 M i3 8 Ju2 12 V96 5 iCh5 !B 16 26 2 Ch 32 1314 ; ep3 'x Ex 20 23 (E); 3nr'N Ex 20 23 (E) 32 31 (JE); nsep X Ex 34 17 (J) Lv i 9 4 (H). . .PZ. intensive, a. <jrod or goddess, al- ways with sf. 1 S5 7 (Dagon), Ju 1 i 24 (Chemosh), iKi8 24 (Baal), JU9 27 Dm 22 ; or cstr. nm^ 3X1JD 'X BHDsi) tWW 'x to Ashtoreth goddess of the Zidonians, Chemosh god of Moab, etc. 1 K n 33 ; pxn 'x god of the land 2 K 1 7 26 - 26 - 27 , and so the Syrians suppose that Yahweh is a mountain-god and not a god of valleys 1 K 20 28 . b. godlike one Ex 4 16 (J; Moses in relation to Aaron), Ex 7 1 (P; in relation to Pharaoh), 1 S 28 13 (the shade of Samuel), f 45 7 (the Messianic king, God, ® <S Jer, most scholars ancient and modern, but thy throne is GW'«= God's throne AE Ki Thes Ew Hup, cf. 1 Ch 28 s ). c. works of God, or things specially belonging to him (vid. ?5< 5) JTnbtt "in ^ 68 16 ; Ez 28 1416 ; Q^rbn b>k Jb i 16 ; wrbti(n) p Ez28 13 3I 8 - 9 . d. God (vid. 3 & 4). . trnSNn the (true) God, D'H^KD Nin *> Yahweh is (the) God Dt4 3539 f 1 K 8 60 18 3939 2Ch33 13 ; Wnbttn Nin IS45 18 ; DM^xn '1 Jos 22 M (P?) 1 K 18 2 ' 24 2Ch 3 2 16 ; D^Nnxin nm 2S7 28 1K18 37 2K19" iChi7 26 Is37 16 Ne 9 7 ; DWNn as subj. or obj. is used in E 33 1., Chr 38 t., Ec 31 1., Jon 5 t., elsewhere G115 2224 6 911 (sources of P) 17 18 (P) Jos 22 s4 (PI) Gn 4 4 16 (J) Dt 4 s5 - 39 7 9 Ju 6 XM 7 14 io 14 16 28 21 2 1 S io 37 14 36 2S2 27 6 7 7 s8 12 16 1K8 60 jS 21 - 24 - 24 - 37 - 39 - 39 19 15 (Ephr) Jb2 10 Je 1 1 12 IS37 16 45 18 fio8 14 Dn i 9 -' 7 ; m-ipn 'nh '1 1 S6 20 ; ^nan 'xn '•< Ne 8 6 ; icn 'xn niwiU Ezr i 3 ; Qivban ynt« Dn9 3 ; in many phrases, as DwKD B^N the man of God, acting under divine authority and influence : = (a) angel Ju 13 68 , (b) prophet (the term coming into use in the Northern kingdom in the age of Elijah 1 S 9 9 - 10 , cf. nnn b*k Hos 9 7 ) : of Moses Dt33> Jos 14 6 (E) 1 Ch 23" 2 Ch 30 16 Ezr 3 2 + 90 1 ;