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bw: 653 tb^yi n.pr.loc. on border of Asher Jos 19 s7 ; ® Ii/ai)X, A AkijjX, ®L NattijX. i?J?} vb. bar, bolt, look (NH id.);— Qal Pf 3 ms. by: 2S13 18 , bjJJ Ju3 s ; Imv. bj>3 2 S i 3 17 ; Pt.pass. bwi Ct 4 M : fpl.ni^J Ju 3 24 ; — 6ar, 60&, lock, usu. c. ace. nj'l, nin?' ! j: Ju ■£*, + ,_ !T)S after, behind, v 24 2 S 13 1718 ; elsewh. only 2*VJ I? Ct 4 V2 agarden barred (fig. of Shulamite), bo also v 12b (reading Is for 73, Vrss Gr Bu). iby) n.f. J °' 9 ' 6 sandal, shoe (NHtA; Ar. jJLi id. (also horse-shoe, etc.); Syr. Jl^J appar. only horse-shoe (rare ; also NS) PS 2405 ; cf. poss. Eth. lO'^Vi (obsol.) wife of Levirate marriage Di 6 ' 6 );— abs. '3 Gn 14 23 , bj» Dt 25 10 ; sf. $? ^ 6o'° 108' , im Jos 5", etc.; du. D^ Am 2 6 8 6 ; pi. D^V? Is « lW Ct f, nbvi Jos 9 s "; sf. T^V? Ex 3 5 Ez 24 17 , vby3 Is 5 27 , «bva Jos 9 13 , n?by: Ex 1 2 11 Ez 24™;— sandal Ju 9 13 , Am 2 6 8 6 (du. = pair of sandals ; mentioned as of little worth) ; Dt 2 9 4 ; on (3) feet Jos 9 5 (JE), 1 K 2 s Ez 24 s3 Ex 12 11 (P); cf. D^jp -I^PVB Ct f, '33 VTffl Is 11 15 ; put on sandal is bra 'i D'b EZ24 17 ; loose the sandal is f?n Is 20 2 Dt 25 s cf. v 10 ; W (Imv.) Ex 3 5 (E), Jos 5 15 (JE); *[bf Eu 4 7 - 8 (cf. Burton""" 1 ""- 197 ); sandal-thong is Xfiip Gn 14 23 IS5 27 ; ^y? T.Vk DinN-^J? V 60 10 upon Edom do I cast my sandal = 108 10 , denotes either contempt (Hup ; ?y = unto, fig. of slave), or taking possession of (Fl in De, Che Bae), || , V r !'1" |, D 3SiO favours former. — Onsymbolicuse of sandal v. further Goldziher AbhI - Ar "- Ph " < > , - , - 47f - Jacob*""' 1 " 01 ""- 23 . t [ ?W] vb.denom. furnish with sandals, shoe (X ?y? (rare), bind on sandal; Ar. Jij furnish with sandals, shoe horse or camel ; Syr. s^ shoe horse);— Qal Impf 1 s. sf. ^Sl t?nn Ez 16 10 and I shod thee with B»nn (q.v.). Hiph. Impf 3 mpl. sf. D^Jjg 2 Ch 28 15 and gave them sandals. tblWn n.[m.] bolt;— abs. 'tan niSBCts 6 (of house-dcor); pi. sf. vbwJD Ne 3 3 , vbwo v 6.i3.i4.i» ) a n f city-gates, in phr. 'iQp) Wrta rra>>: t[Sv?n] n.m. id., only sf. *&•?? neTm bra Dt 33 s6 (song). tl. [QJP] vb. be pleasant, deUghtful, lovely (Ph. Dyj j/oorf Lzb 324 (and many n.pr.); Ar. Lxj be plentiful, easy, pleasant; ^lc »ijl sfoio gracious favour toward, oft. in Qor ; Sab. Dyj 6e foveZy, agreeable, well Levy-Os ZMG xU <U,B) ' 178 CIS" 19 - 11 , so Min. Hom 8,ld • ^ • c ' , ~ , • 128 ; OAram. in n.pr. Lzb 222 ' 324 Cook 82 (^JIDyj my darling [or my songs, cf. II.'jJ); X O^Vi pleasant, lovely, NJTO'yj loveliness; p r a BA91 - 46t cp. Eth. b£av; be pleasant, = *KlOa°); -QalP/. 3 fs. «$} Gn 49 15 (poem in J; of land); 2 ms. (of delightful friend) 1NO ^ 133 1 ; singing praises to '*« x 35 3 '47 1 ; keeping wise teachings Pr 22 1S ; as subst.=deZi^ D'O-yS? Bn'J^ 31D3 Dn^D; ^3) Jb 36 11 (of earthly prosperity); of spiritual delights •<//• 16 611 . 2. lovely, beautiful (phy- sically), Ct i 16 (|| "?:).—* 81 s 2 S 23 1 v. 11. D-y; sub II. Dyj. fi. nQVw n.pr.f. 1. sister of Tubal Cain Gn 4 M ® Noffia, ®L Nof/ifxa. 2. Ammonitess, mother of Behoboam 1 K 1 4 21 ® Mau^a/i, A Naa/ja, ® L Naara = 2 Ch 1 2 13 , © Noop/za, © L Naa^ia ; also i K 14 31 but prob. gloss (om. ® B, ®L, etc.).