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nnrra 683 "mAPO n.pr.ni. one of those who took foreign wives Ezrio 33 , © Ada, AOL MotfW(a). t [DjlJ] vb. tear or break down (=pn5);_lQai Pf.j, pi. $yna »nj Jb 3 o 13 itay //atJe broken down my path, made it im- passable (fig). t [jJ/TlJ] vb. break, break down,orout; — Niph. Pf. 3 pi. WW D«TB3 '3B> Jb4 10 ,— Ara- maic (?) form, or < textual error for '5f£0 . tt^J~U vb. pull down, break down (NH Hoph., and deriv.; cf. perh. Eth. }ivi": (with transp. and weakening of sibilant), destruere, demoliri, excidere Di 634 ); — Qal Pf. 3 ms. ') Ju

  • >+, 3 pi. WW, 2 K 25 10 Je 52 14 , etc.; Impf.

3 ms. fr> Ez26 9 + v 12 (Co, for MT ttfP); J**! Juo 45 2K23 7 ; d. % W$ Jbip 10 , ffp! ^ 5 2 7 ; 1 s. JTIK Ju 8 9 ; 3 mpl. Wfll 2 K io 2727 ; 2 mpl. Wfejq Dt 7 5 , pvr-n EX34 13 Ju 2 2 ; ttftm I S 2 2 2 ,etc. ; Zww. J»™ ^ 5 8 7 ; Zn/ erir. ptfl$ Je I 10 18 7 , ff$ 31 29 (on fi v. Ges 5458 ); Pi. pass. pi. D^nJn J e 33 4 ; — !• lit- jP m ^ dotcro a structure (ace): altar Ju 2 2 6 30 - 31 ™ Ex 34 ,3 (J), Dt 7 s 2 K 2 3 ' 2 ; high place (TO3) v 8 , HC3 + D3]t? v 15 ; 113*0 io 27 ; byan n"av 27 ii ls =2Ch23 17 ,cf.2K23 7 ; atower Ju 8 917 , cf. Ez 2 6 9 (vnin-ina); (any) house Is2 2 10 Ez 26 12 Lv 14 45 , so W*r}f Je 33 4 (strangely + b«, cf. Gf Gie); city-wall Je 39 s 2 K 25'°= Je

14 ; city Ju9 

. fig.: a. pull down a nation, break its power, T?$!J* 'fy &T$ (Diinpi) (obj. not expressed) Je I 10 (so Ecclus 49 7b ), = i8 7 , cf. 31 28 . b. an individual, subj. God, a'3D ??«! Jb 19' , ^rP f 52I c. jaw- teeth of lions (metaph.) |/- 58 7 (break down, break off, so only here, but v. 5<TIJ). Niph. be pulled, broken, down : Pf. 3 pi. * 'JED BPU Je 4 M (of cities), so «DD '3 Na I 6 (of rocks). Pi. T 5 /. 3 ms. J*™ 2 Ch 33 3 ; 3 pi. «^IJ) Ez 16 39 (consec); 2 mpl. DFISFI31. Dti2 3 ; Impf. 3 ms. K™'1 2 CI134 7 ; 3 mpl. «n3]l 31' + 2 t.;— tear down (chiefly late) : c. ace. altars Dt 1 2 3 , + J"lto3 2Ch3i', +D , »pn > etc., 34 4 , ftTSB^ v 7 ; ni»3 alone 33 s , ^ntan Ez 16 39 ; city wall 2 Ch 36 19 . Pu. 6e lorn down : Pf. 3 ms. Y$l Ju 6=8 ( of altar + H" W). Hoph. (or Qal ^ass. Ges* 53 ") 6e broken down, broken, only Impf. 3 ms. fj?s. Lvn 35 (of ■*©, v. Dr-White Hl,t , and D^"?, v. supr., p. 468 b). pro [pJ"U] vb. pull, draw, tear away, apart, off (NH id.; 5! PC? in der. species (rare), pull off, tear off"; Chr Pal Aram. ,ofc«_( sliake off, Schwally""" 68 ; Ar. J.li pull off, draw out, sliake; Di <*" cp. Eth. }t7: J*7: detrahere, etc.) ;— Qal P/. 1 pi. sf. 'nUjpriM consec. Ju 20 32 (on d. f. dirim. v. Ges i20b ); Impf. 1 s. sf. ;J?i?™< Je 2 2 24 (cf. Ges 459 ' 1 ); Pt. pass. pWJ Lv2 2 24 ; — 1. draw away warriors • from (JD) city, unto ("'$) high road Ju 20 32 . . draw or jraW 0^ ring from (IP) finger Je 2 2 24 (fig. of rejection of king of Judah by »), . pull, tear away Lv 2 2 24 (pass., of testicles, + 7JW3, nina, Wffl). Niph. P/. 3 ms. pn? Is 5 s7 ; 3 pi.' Ipnj'jos 4 18 Jb 1 7 11 , IpJ)? Je 6 M io 20 ; /my/. 3 ms. pra) Jui6 9 + 2t.; 3 mpl. IpflS'l Jos 8 16 , 'PI?! Is 33 20 ; — 1. 6e drawn away from (JP) city Jo'sS 16 (cf. Qal 1); of soles of feet, be drawn out (from water) unto (•?) dry ground 4 18 . 2. 6e torn apart, or tra too, snapped : of sandal-thong Is 5% strand of tow Jui6 9 (sim.), cord Ec 4 12 ; esp. tent-cord (in fig-) IS33 20 Jeio 20 , so incaa i^nwa |»w Jb 18"; metaph. of plans (TllBJ) 17". 3. 6e separated, in smelting, fig., 'PJJ? *0 D'JT) Je 6 s9 . Pi. i>/. 1 s. "RpPl? Je 2 20 ; 3 pi. *P«? 5 5 ; /wgf.

ms. pra; Ezi 7 9 ^107", pn?;i Jui6 9 , sf. 

DFJW.v 12 ; a fs. "pnjn Ez 23 s4 ; 1 s.'pn?K Na i 13 ; 1 pi. nfjriaa cohort, -f 2 3 ; 2 mpl. 'ipron Is 58 s ; — 1. tear apart, snap, c. ace. D , "! r /! 1 Ju 1 6 9 <Ae cords, v 12 (+ Win] ^5?D) ; esp. c. ace. nnpio, bonds (fig.) Na i' 3 Je 2 20 5 s 30 8 ^ 2 s 107 14 ; obj. note Is 58" (|| nrra, and nBio n'nas* inn). 2. tear aw«, m^, obj. roots EZ17 9 (in fig.); tear out, away, obj. breasts 23 s4 (in violent fig. of Jerus. as drunken woman). Hiph. . Inf. cstr. sf. Wp'rin : draw away warriors from (JD) city Jos 8 6 (=Qal 1). 2. Imv. ms. sf. Dpiyin drag them away like sheep to slaughter Je 12 3 (of "'s dealing with wicked). Hoph. Pf. (si vera 1.) I'JW-JD Spnan J u 20 31 they were drawn away from the city (cf. Niph. 1), but prob. gloss, v. GFM. t prO n.m. Lv "• s scab, an eruption of skin, on head or in beard, causing suspicion of leprosy (lit. a tearing off, i.e. what one is inclined to scratch or tear away, cf. scabies fr. scabere, Kratze fr. kratzen, etc., v. Di L ' "■ TO ); — '3 abs. Lvis 30 - 32 - 32 - 33 - 34 - 34 - 35 - 36 - 37 - 37 ; pnj 14 54 ; J»J P"JlI 13 3131 (all P).