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yap "; c. "?« pers. 2 K 8 2, =2 Ch 21 9 ; oft. fig. in poetry, C; ace. Ho 7 s 2S22 6 =^i8 6 , 1//22 1317 49 6 88 18 ii8 io "" j! ; bo also V 17" (Kt ^p, Qr W33D; on text v. esp. Hup-Now); lit. of cord surrounding (measuring circumf. of), c. ace. 1 K 7 15 = Je 52 21 , iKf = 2 Ch 4 ! ; of ornaments, etc., surrounding something (ace.) 1 K 7 24 2 Cli 4 3 ; surround one with something (2 ace.) I K 5 17 ^ 109 3 ; ace. +3 instr. Ho 12 1 ; bs'yb 'D 2 Ch 33" (i.e. build a wall around it). — i's 22 M rd. "MO ( v'WI), ® Toy B * leave, Symm ajreXciVovro) ; '?« n3DJ Ez 26 2 of Jerus. under fig. of door (Sm Co Berthol Toy Upl ). c. esp. of boundary (Hex only P): turn round from (IP), toward (?) NU34 4 , +n loc.Josi8 14 ; c.|» + nioc.+"^ 15 10 ; c. P? alone Nu 34 s ; c. n loc. alone Je 31 39 Jos 15 3 16 6 ; circle about, skirt, c. ace. Jos 19 14 . 2. pass. be turned over to (?), into the power of, Je 6 12 . Pi. Inf. cstr. "H^n "JErriK 33p 2 S 14 20 to change, transform, the aspect of tlie matter. Po'. Impf. 3 ms. sf. ^y±> Jon 2 4 6 , VCO±l Dt 32 10 , «33iD; V32 10 ; 3 fs. 33iDfl Je3i B , etc.; — encompass, surround (poet, and chiefly late): — 1. encompass (with protection), c. ace. Dt32 10 ("> subj.), c. 2 ace. «331D^ npn ^,32'°, cf. v 7 (but 2nd obj. here dub.); similarly n2j53 133 D3iDn Je 31 22 i.e. either shall protect (so most) or (Che, cf. Gf ) the woman (fig. of Isr.), instead of holding aloof (n33i#n nsn v 22 ), will, in the new future which creates, with affection press round her divine husband. 2. come about, assemble round (ace. pers. '») j/ 7*. 3. march or go about, city (ace.) >// 55" 59 7,15 ; altar (in solemn procession) 26'; go about in (3) city Ct 3 2 . 4. enclose, envelop, c. ace. pers. Jon 2 4,6 (of waters). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. 3DH 2 K i6 18 + ; 2 ms. riapn 1 K 18"; 3 pi. »pn 1 s 5' 10 , etc.; Impf 3 ins'. 3pll Ex i3 18 + , sf. vivn Ez 47 2 ;- 3 mpl. «B?. Ju i8 a + 2 t.; 1 pi. 3D3 2 Ch 14 6 , cohort. ."DM 1 Ch 13 3 ; Imv. ms. 3pn 2 S S 23 1 Ch 14 14 (but v. infr.); fs. 'Spn Ct6 5 ; Inf. cstr. 3Dn 2 S 3 ,s 1 Ch I2 23 ; Ft. 3DO Je 21 4 ; peih. also pi. sf. »|l?t? ^i40 10 (Ginsb); — 1. a. tern (trans.), cawse to <tww .• turn face (ace.) Ju i8 2J 1 K 8 14 = 2 Ch 6 3 (all = turn toward); = turn round face 1K21 4 , +Tgrrbg 2 K20 2 =Is 3 8 2 ; + IP Ez7 22 (subj. / '), 2 Ch2 9 6 (of neglect), 35 s2 (of avoiding battle); 2wm away eyes from (IP), Ct 6 5 ; <wr» (back), change heart 1 K 18 s7 (recall from apostasy ; + f*Rfr*), Ezr (P ( 4- "by) ; torn JacA, reverse (weapons) Je 21 4 . b. frrmgr over (i.e. to allegiance), c. acc. + "?£ pers., 2 S 3 12

Ch 1 2 24 (van d. H.v 23 ); of '«, turn over kingdom 

to (b) 1 Ch 10" (cf. Qal 1 a, 1 K 2 15 )/ c. turn into, of changing name, 2 ace. 2 K 23 s4 =2 Ch 36 4 , 2 K 24". d. = bring round, c. ace. 1 S 5 89 ; + IP 2S20 12 ; +"bs iS5 I0 iChi 3 3 ; -face. loc.

K 16' 9 (sense obscure). 2. a. cause to go 

around : of carrying ark around city (2 ace.) Jos 6" (JE ; but Qal ® @ «) ; lead round, i. e. by a round-about way, ace. pers. + ace. ^"J^ Ex I3 18 (E) EZ47 2 ; c. acc.+inf. of purpose 2 Ch 13 13 ; ace. om., lead round toward ("??) 2 S 5 23 , away from ("73?!?) || 1 Ch 14" (where, however, perh. read as S, so Be Ot, and, in both, 2D for 3DH Dr K it K * u Hl " Bu HPS Lbhr). b. surround with (aci) wall, 2 Ch 1 4 6 (ace. of city ora.). C. perh. also encompass (as foe), ^pp ^ 1 40 10 those encompassing me (others sub 3pp infr.). Hoph. Impf. 3 ms. 3DV Is 2 8 27 ; Pt. fpl. cstr. n'app Ex 28 11 39 6 ; nSWD v 13 Nu 32 s8 (v. infr.); J"li3pTO EZ41 24 ; — 1. be turned, of cart wheel, c. "by upon, over; ninb' 1 ! ITQp'IO Ez 41 24 pt. appar. as gerundive, that can be turned, movable (Ges !1,6 °; Co rds. 'd niybv, cf. Toy" 1 "); DK* 'DID Nu 32 38 turned (i.e. changed) as io name, but gloss, v. Di. 2. surrounded, i.e. set, of jewels (pt. cstr.) Ex 2 8" 39 613 (all P). trOD n.f. turn of affairs; — only abs. "> DJ)D n3D !"!)Tn 1K12" it was a turn (an ordering) from '« ( = i"I3D3 q.v., in || 2 Ch io 15 ). yiOtD subst., used mostly as adv. and • T 336 J prep., circuit, round about : — cstr. 3*W tAm 3 "; pi. cstr. VX t Je 32" 33 13 , sf.T?"? 1 ? etc. (10 t.), much oftener nia^D Ex 7 24 + 22 1., Ttorpp, "^n-, etc., Dt 17 14 , etc. (48!):— 1. in sg.:— a. as' subst. i Ch i i 8 2'3prny] Nlbon-JO and to tlie parts round about. b. as adv. ace. yx (in) a circuit, i.e. round about, Gn23 17