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nw thee for an ensign (so DaToy ; on lack of pennon on ancient ships v. Co ; > del. Co Berthol) ; so b. (since sails were the only ensign) xlH Is 33 s * (Che Di al. ; > pennon Ges Hi Ew De Du). 4. sign (cf. NE.)=warning Nu 26 10 (P). I. VV 2 vb. pull out or up, set out, - T 147 journey (SH id., move, march; As. nisA, set out, withdraw, etc. D1 HWB47 °; No ZMQ xl <1886,> 723 cp. also Ar. cjJ, Eth. }"H0: [rare] ^)mK up, away, soBa KSS1 ); — Qal m />/. 3 ms. '} Gn 33 17 +, 3 mpl. WpJ Dt io 6 , WD3 Nu 2 34 + , etc.; /wip/. J»R Is 33", SHU Gn*i2 9 +, sf. Dg|*I Ju 16 3 ; 3 mpl. WD) Ex40 36 +, WB? Nu 2 9 + ; 2 mpl. lypn Jos 3 3 ; 1 pi. njJCO cohort. Gn 33 12 , »§H Dt I 19 2', nyp31 Ezr 8 31 ,' etc.; 7wm>. WD Dt 2 24 + ; /»*/. o6*. yfo Gn I2»; cs<r. 5?D3 Jos 3" + ; sf. WW Gn 11 2 Nu io 34 ; Pi. 3?pj Exi 4 10 Nuio 33 ; pi. D'ypi Nu io 29 ; — 1. £>ttW out ovuj), city-gate and gate-posts Ju 16 3 ; loom v 14 (on text cf. GFM), tent-pegs Is 33 20 (fig. of Jerusalem; cf. also Niph.l 2. hence (from pulling up tent-pegs), a. set out Gn 35 s Nu 1 2 15 (both E), Je4 7 (|| toipBl? K|J); even of lifeless things, e.g. the ark', fhjMl Nuio^JE); oft. in P: Ex 14 15 40 37 Nu i 61 4 515 9 17 + 8 t. Nu 9, io"- 17 -"- !1 - 22!5 , so prob. also 2 8 + 6 t. Nu 2 (v. infr.; even of lifeless things, bn io 1822 , fP^D i 51 , 1J?iD ty* "). 33 3 5 ^t 1 - • • ' *W Gn 4 6 ' ( E ) anrf Isr - * e< out, and came, etc., Ex 16 1 19 2 Nu 20 22 Jos 9 17 (all P),Dt i 7 ,^2) "Vp? 33 12 (J); f^S . . .) WD) Ju 18 11 , VQjn WD Dt 2 24 ; 'J oft. e. I? Gn 35 16 (E), Nu io 34 (JE), t$ VtfXftQ '3 Jos 3 14 (JE), set out from their tents, to cross, etc., cf. 'j n?^ • • • i» Ezr 8 31 ; c. JO + K31, Jos 3 1 (JE), Nu 33 9 (P), +fy v 3 (D), Dt i 19 , +?q& Nu

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c. J? Gn 3 7 17 (J), 2K3 27 i9 M «=Is37 8 - w ; even of Ijyn "Ifey Ex i 4 19 (J); of angel v 19 (E; +^.1). 3. journey, march (by stages) Gn 1 2 9 35 21 (both J), Nu io 131428 (P), (poss. also Nu 2 9 etc., cf. 2 supr.); -t-DiTyppp ace. to their stations, i.e. by stages Ex 1 7 1 Nuio 12 ( + ?P), cf. Ex 40 36 (all P) ; 6q.nloc.Gni2 9 33 ,7 (bothJ),Dti 40 2 1 ; D^> W? nanen Nu 14 25 (JE); sq. D*jpp eastward (v. ft? 1. c) Gn 11 2 13" (both J), *VJ¥ Ex 14 10 (J), ^K Nu io 29 , 'Jb{> v 33 (of ark ; all J) ; sq. I? + n loc. Gn2o'(E), Dtio«- 7 Exi2 37 (P), + ace. loc. Nu ii*(JE); sq. iP + acc. of distance, TH io 33 (JE), 2i 4 (P); esp. «n>l . . . ft? W£J Nu 2i 1S13 (JE), Ex^Nu 21" 33 6 + 37 t. Nu 3 3(all P); of shepherds Jesi 24 .— |J& ,D3 WDJ Zc io 2 is dub.; "We WJ or V)i), so Now. 4. of wind, nXD rni 'J Nun 31 iAere ««< /ort/t (sprang up) a wind from '», I TTiph. /y. 6« pulled up, removed: 3 ms. fi bnba <3o n^jj) yp? n"n is 38 12 ; of tent-peg ypj s6n Jb 4 21 (reading D"T) for 0^, v. 11. "W). tHipb. /»./>/. 3 ms. yp! V 78 26 , yp!l Ex 15^+2 t.; 2 ms. rpn ^ 80 9 , 3 fs. Tpn 2 K 4 4 ; 3 mpl. Wfe 1K5 31 ; P<. JTPP Ecio 9 ; — 1. cawse <o se< om<, lead out, c. ace. pers. Ex 15 22 (J ; + |p, W^U), f 7 8 52 (TNV3 ; || njjW), 80 9 (ID; fig. of vine); fig. of a wind, cause to spring up, D , "!i> yP! V 1 8 26 (II 3 0??1 ; cf . Qal 4). 2 . remow, c. ace. rei 2K4 4 ;' wpn ft*? ye?_ Jbi 9 10 ; specif., remove from quarry, quarry : 1 K 5 31 and <Aey quarried great stones, cf. Ec 1 o 9 . T J'DQ n. [m.] pulling up, breaking camp, setting out, journey ; — abs. '» Nu io 2 Dt io"; pi. cstr. Wpp Nu io 28 33 1 ; sf. vypp Gn 13 3 , Dn'ypn Ex 1 7 1 + 6 1.; — 1. a. pulling up, break- ing camp (c. ace. n?.np ; Ges S45e ' 116d ) Nu io 2 . b. setting out Nu io 6 , cf. v 29 . 2. station, stage, journey (by stages), 'Dp T]p»5 Gn 1 3 s and he went by (ace. to) his journeyings (cf. "]S"l, p. 231a supr.); BOWDDi) Ex 17 1 cf. 40 36 ' 38 Nu io 12 (all P; all c. yp}), 33 1 ' 2 (|| Dn'KSiD), v 2 (id.); D'P ypDp 1Q Dt io 11 for journeying (v. Dr). fi. yDQ n.[m.] quarry or quarrying ; — only abs. as adv. ace, ypD noW J3K 1 K 6 7 s<oree perfect (at the) quarry (or a< quarrying, i.e. when it was quarried ; cf. Benz ; text dub.). II. VV J (/of foil.; poss. Ar. LlS throw (puncture, wound, etc.), Kam Frey, so Buhl 13 ). fn. VD"0 missile, dart ; — only abs. Jb 4 1 ls

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( + n ,| 3n, rvnv). DD 2 whence PP? V' J 39 8 acc - to Thes al.; but v. p^D. t"j]hD3 n.pr.div. Assyr. god, worshipped by Sennach., 2 K i9 37 = Is 37 s8 ; © E(r8pa X , A Eaffpax, ©L Aa-pax (K) ; © Naaapax, N haapax, A Aa-apax (Is); Jos AM ' 1,1,8 Apa<TKr); no such god in cuneif. inscr.; see views in Meinh Je -' Mrl * h,un " !, ' 0898) .d loc. . crpt f orm f N U gku ( = -jiDJ) acc. to Hal JA "- I|U (1879). s87=M 8 i.d. crit. 177 Muss-Arnolt JBL "• ] OXim.*-. Hbr.Tll.89E.17. frugfa J s a 30^ d e ity ; C f. Jastr 8 " 18 * 1 '- 220 '- run, nv: v. to-