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Tp2 commands of parents Pr 6 20 28'; and discipline of Wisdom Tr 3 1 : 21 4 1 ' 5 s . . Guard, keep secret, dub.: nilJTJ secret things Is 48"; D'lIX? secret places Is 65' (see forms above) ; .3? )"P2f3 secret, wily minded Pr 7'° (of harlot, so RVm close, i.e. secretive). . Kept close, blockaded, dub.: "NXSn the blockaded (so Ew Hi Co Toy ; but Ke Bth Kau preserved; Hi Co Bth Toy del. -iNtwni) Ez 6' 2 ; rni5f3 "Vy blockaded city Is I 8 (see form above); □'"ISb blockaders Je 4 16 (but © (rvo-rpixpal = Dms i. e. foes). Q' , y^ v. I. TB Qal Pt. pass.

t"WOj **U' preserved; — only pi. cstr. 
    • JB Is 49 6 Kt, Qr HWJ q.v. 1X3 P<.

rPL'2 i// 141 s v. I. "iVJ Qal Imv. II. itfj (/of foil.; cf. perh. Ar. ^S 6«  _/re«A, bright, grow green/ Ecclus 40 1S "IV13, marg. "15B, branch; NH IX} = BH). T"^2 n.m. sprout, shoot, in fig. uses: — '3 abs. is 1 1 1 1 4" (sim.) ; cstr. 60 s1 (TWO % Dn

1> (rtfif to ; but © Bev 'poss.' rrfyfi? '3). 

fl. PpJ] vb. pierce (NH id.; SI 114 n3p3n <A« piercing, boring through; Aram. 3p}, ■■>"■ tii./ KSfJ /ioZ«, etc.; Sinait. n.pr.m. I3p3 Eut 441 - 2 , n'pj'Eut 99 - 2 ' 153 ' 2 (Lzb 325326 Cook 83 ); As. nakbu, depth, spring of water; Ar. (J^U perforate, pierce, scrutinize, etc., il-JU sagacity, etc.; <1~?a> leader, chief (one who unWmitw)); —Qal P/ 3 fs. sf. n3P T 3 2 K 18 21 Is 36 s ; 2 ms. B3J53 Hb 3 14 ; Impf "3{$ Jb 4 o 24 , afe 2 K 12 10 ; sf U3j£ Is 62 2 ; 2 ms. 3pri Jb 40 26 ; Imv. ms. n3|53 Gn 30 28 ; Pi. pa*a. 3ip3 Hg i 6 ; pi. cstr.

  • 3p? Am 6 1 ; — 1. pierce, bore, c. ace. 2 K i8 21 =

Is 36", Hb3 14 (all in fig.), Jb40 2426 ; c. ace. cogn, + 3, in!H3 in 3p>1 2 K 1 2 10 and he bored a hole in its lid; 3}p3 "li"13f Hg I 8 a bag pierced, i.e. with a hole in it. 2. prick off, designate, wages Gn30 28 (J), name Is62 2 ( subj.; cf. Niph.i: pt. pass, noted, distinguished Am 6 1 . Nipb. Pf 3 pi. in phr. nWl Of) (Xte) w Ao were pricked off, designated, by name Nu 1 17 iCb.12 32 (v 31 van d. H), 16 41 2 Ch 28" 31 19 , cf. Ezr 8 20 . +1. [-£?? J n.[m.] term, techn. of jeweller's work, prob. tome hole or cavity (Hi-Sm Co Berthol ; Toy H> * leaves untransl.), — only pi. sf. T3JW I'STl Ez 28 13 thy sockets and thy grooves (Da), or thy settings and thy sockets. fll. 2pj n.pr.loc. only in '3? ^"IK Jos 1 9 M (© Appf leal Nu/3a>ic ; A Appal Kai Na«f ; ©L A8(pprj aw(K0); on border of Naphtali; appar. a pass (Ar. (^Ju, road between moun- tains) . trap;) n.f. female (perforata (Ba 1 ™ 16 *); so Thes and most ; > another view in Schwally ZAW1108.1). i8i r. : idiot. B7. NH=BH; Aram. KSpU, snap", I^aJ, J&xoJ) ;— alw. abs. '3 Je 31*+ 21 1. (all Pent., and all P exc. Dt 4 16 ) : 1. woman (or female child) Je 31 22 (opp. 133), Gn i 27 5 s Lv 12" 1 5 s 2 7 4 - 5 " Nu 5 s (all opp. TJJ), Nu 31 15 . 2. /emaZe am'mal Gn 6 19 7 3il 16 Lv " 6 (all opp. 13T), 4 *" 5 6 ._Dt4 16 (opp. ■«?) may include both women and animals. fi. r"Qj?Q n.f. hammer (by means of which one drives in nails and pegs) ; — abs. 'o Ju 4 21 ( + nrv); elsewhere pi. ni3j?0 iK6'(+P); Is 44 12 Je io 4 ( + nilDDC). — On name Maccabee v. Schurer GeschilB . ' < f 11. ril^ n.f. hole, excavation; — only cstr. 113 'D Is 51 ' (fig.), excavation of a pit, = quarry (|| TIS). fll. [2pJ] vb. curse (perh. akin to I. 3p3; perh. secondary format, fr. 33^, q.v. for forms 3fc, 3p, etc.);— Qal Inf. sf. OV 13p3 Lv 24 16 ; Pt. * DE> 3p'3 v 16 (on text v. Di^ Gei ur.chriftm Dalman Adon,,44£ ). I. *7pJ (/of foil.; NHnp3 point, furnish with points; cf. Syr. JLoi (very rare) PS 2453 ; n. jiooj. but also J«ee6 point, mark; vbs. perh. denom. ; Ar. lJL> point or dot (letter, word, etc.), 11. make sjxeks, spots, on garment, etc., prob. loan-word Fra 196 ; Di LM648 cp. Eth. ifrH: be decayed, worm-eaten (of wood, bread, etc.)).

  • 1p2 adj. speckled; — only of sheep and

goats ; '3 Gn 30 3232 , fpl. flftfcJ v 35 (all || t*6o), mpl. D^i?? v 39 ( || id. + D^PV ;— all these J) ; mpl. also 3 1 8 - 8 and (+ D^Pg, DTO) v 1012 (all E). t [Tlj?3] n. [m.] perh. what is orumbled or easily crumbles, crumb (cf. fVJW); — only pi. 1. crumbs : R^ n ^ *Q D T? D 0^ ^ 3 Jos 9 s a?/ i/i« bread of their provision was dry (and) become crumbs (® j3f/3/>o>/i«W[oi] ; 33 m frusta comminuti), cf. '3 Hjni tPSJ v 12 (v. Di Benn). 2. appar. a kind of (hard) biscuit or cake 1 K 14 3 (brought as present ; + OTV, etc.).