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D Fra 1 "');— Qal Impf. i pi. cohort. nN3DJ Is 56 13 ; Ft. act. N3D Dtzi 20 Pr2 3 21 ; pi. irkllD EZ23 42 Kt (Qr D'Npp, v . infr.) ; cstr. *N3D Pr 23 20 ; />asa. DW3D Na I 10 ; — imbibe, c. ace. "13B' IS56 12 ; pt. act. = sul>st. wine-6t66«r, drunkard Dt2i 20 Pt-23 21 (both+i>blT); fully, fJJ 'Nab 23*° ( + ">ba %i); so also Ez 2 3 42 Kt (Qr perh. n.gent., so @ AV, v. infr.), which rd. Sm RV g gfr K«a Da . Co t hi n k s dittogr. of DV3?D, but perh. the reverse (Toy Hpt om. D^NpiO) • > Ber- thol (q.v.) SOD?; other conj. v. in Sm; DN3D31 D'N'Qp Na 1 10 is prob. corrupt, pt. pass, of person dub., and sense obscure; del. both as dittogr. Gunkel ZAW liU (1863 '- «* Now ; om. in transl. We Kau. On Ho 4 ' 8 v. Nab. t[«!D] only pi. D'N3D Ez 2 3 « Qr = drunk- ards, wine-bibber 8(1) so Thes al., but v. Q'Nap. t[snB] n.m. I,) ' 22 drink, liquor;— only sf. ^Nap Is i 22 ; DN3D Ho 4 18 (but v. infr.), Na i 10 (but v. Nap); — liquor (appar. strong, choice) Is i 22 ; 'D "© Ho 4" their liquor (i.e. their drunkenness) is gone Thes Hi Che EV m , but very dub., © quite diff. (fiperurfv Xavaval- ous), We Gu ta Now om. in transl.; conj. of Houtsma TT, J <iKhrlxaTO) • 6(, D'SOD lb, a company of wine-bibbers, makes good sense. TN2D n.pr.m. 1st son of Cush, poet, and late ;— Gn io 7 (P) (® 2o0a, as &?$)= 1 Ch I 9 (@ id., but B Set/Sax); = nation (or territory) ^ 72 10 (© 2o/Sa ; + N3B>, © Apafav), SO ( + E>» , || D^IXO) IS43 3 (® 2oijei7); clearly situated in south ; most prob. = Xi/^" 2a/3<i, and 2aj3al irois fiiHtyidt]!, in Adulic gulf on W. coast of Bed Sea; v. Strabo"' "• 8 '°Ptol ,T - 7 - 7t Di G " Bae*Du"; >Mcroe Jos *"-«-'M a l. t C^fcOD n.pl.gfent. S e ba'im, © oi laPaetp, A S»/3»«^; : — 'TTO ^3N 'D1 Is 4 5 u ( + tf», || Dy}XO, cf. 43 s supr.); this perh. intended also byEz2 3 42 Qr (v. Nap), perh. confounding it with N3^, cf. @. f32D vb. turn about, go around, sur- — T round (NH id., Pi. Hiph., and deriv.; Aram. NaaiD rim, border; Ar. <_»JL^ rope, ~~Z> lock of hair ; poss. also *2Z» 11. prepare a means of attaining sthg. Lane 1284 ) ; — Qal Pf 3 ms. 'd Ez " + ; 1 s. 'nap 1 s 22 s2 (but v. infr.), vtiap Ec 2 20 7 s5 ; 3 pi. «ap Jos6 ls + 1 S 1 4 21 2 S 2 4 6 (v. infr.), sf. TOM ^i8 6 + , "313p 88 18 +2 t., '?3p

S 22 6 ; 2 mpl. Eriapl consec. Jos6 3 , etc.; Impf. 

3b; 1 K7 15 + , sf. , ?3p:V49 6 ; oftener 3b; 1 S5 8 +, 2^1 Gn 4 2 24 + ; 3 mpl. 13DJ Jb 16 13 , tttfjl Jos 6 14 + , 3 fpl. nj'apn Gn 37*, etc.; Imv. ms. 3b 1 S22 18 , fs. '3D Is 23", etc.; Inf. cstr. 33d)> Nu2i 4 , 3b Dt2 3 ; Pii.aaiD 2 K6 15 + , a^abn 8 21 (Ginsb 3'3pn Kt, aabn Q r ), etc.;— 1. turn, intrans. (Impf. of form 3D? in this sense only): a. turn about, oft. as preliminary to something else 1 S 15 1227 (sq. inf.), I Ch i6 a (id.; 3B»} in || 2 S 6 20 )+ 1 S 14 21 (rd. d: 133D for MT 3-ap DJJ, ®@aSThWe, etc.),Je4i i44 ( + 31B'v b ,but © om. v a cf. Gie), Ec i 66 ; of door, Pr 26 14 turn on (?5f) itshinge (cf.Niph. Ez 26 2 ); turn (toward one) 1 S 22 17 - 1818 2 S 18 s0 - 30 Ct 2 17 (v. Bu); also c."bN 2 S 14*-* + 24" (rd. «3D for 3<3D We Dr Bu Kit HPS ; Klo lab, cf. Lbhr), Ez42 ,9 Eci 6 , l.nN-bN 2 Kg 1819 ; of cup of *», it shall come round unto (~ty, with hostile implic. ; ?? lay La 4 s2 ) Hb 2 16 ; of Jordan, turn "**(£ + 1 1 4 3S ; turn about from pjtt?) Cn 4 2 24 , (JD) iSi8", 4--7N i-j' M ; so of inheritance Nu36 7 it shall not go about from (JQ) tribe to ("■'N) tribe, also v 9 (b for "^N); c f. (abs.) 'hnIj ^nni nabjn abrn

K 2 15 (cf. Hiph.. lb); —be brought round, 

c. ace. loc. 1 S 5 8 (of ark). b. turn = change, only Zc 1 4 10 (of land, changed like [3, i.e. into] a plain), cf. Hiph. 1 c. c. fig. turn (in a new direction) to do something (inf.) Ec 2 20 7 s5 . — ifr 7 1 21 is dub.; Bae reads at?rn for 3bni after © <S 93 ; Hup-Now Che al. sub a. supr. : turn, comfort me.— Jb io 9 rd. 3BH inN for MT "Vf 3'aD De al. 2. a. march, or walk, around, c. ace. (city) Jos6 3 - 47141S15 (all JE),f48 13 ; poss. also 3D3 1 S 16" (of marching about altar t so HPS; turn to do something else Th), but cf. 31Dn Ecclus 32 1 sit about a table (v. Schechter 88 "• M , and cf. 3DD), or rd. 3W Weir in Dr Kit Bu Lbhr (perh.). b. go partly round, circle about, skirt, c. ace. (land) Nu2i 4 (JE) Jun 18 , also Dt 2 13 ; of rivers Gn 2" 13 . c. make a round, or circuit, go about to, c. ace. loc. 1 S7 16 ; go about in' (3) 2 Ch 17 9 , cf. also (c. 3) 23 s Ct 3" 5' Ec 12 5 , so c. ace. IS23 16 ; =make a circuitous march 2 K 3 9 (c. ace. TJ^). — Vid. also 2 S 5 s3 1 Ch 1 4 14 Hiph. 2 a. d. surround, encompass, abs. Gn 37 7 (E); c. ace. Jb 40 22 ; with hostile purpose, 2 K 6 i6 Ec 9 14 (both of siege), cf. 2 K 3 15 ; ace. om. Ju 16 2 , cf. 2 S 18 15 ; c. ace. rei + "75? pers. Ju 20 6 ; c."?S pers. alone Jb 16 13 2 Ch