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2DQ • 687 '3p i»r5>33 Ex i 9 12 as 11 - 24 - 25 , Lv i 5 -" reran i?y ^30, j u 20 29 1 K 3 1 5» f z ' fy iriE> 'd t$», 1 2 9 34 8 + oft.; somelimes doubled, for the sake of emphasis, 2 Ch 4 3 , Ez 8 10 'D 'D "fn *?$, 3 f 40* and rft. in Ez 40-43. c . as prep.: (a) t Am

» jnyn a»5^ is ^ s<reg8) an( j that fw <Ag cjVcm ^ 

of( = round about) the land (but rd. prob. with ® 3 ?D' «ct'# encircle), (b) '}> aV3D Ex 1 6 13 40 33 Nu i M « 2 2 Ju 7 2 ' 1 K 6 5 1 8 s2 - 35 Ez T 4 i>»'« Jb it,' 2

  • 34 8 78 2S 1 25" iByp 3*551 ", 1 28 s Ct 3' Na 3 8 .

(0) strangely, DN 3'3D f r K 6 s (om.@), Ez 43. d - 3 ??'?42. /*•«« round about, from every side Ez 16 3337 23 s2 37 2 ', but usu. (p? 1 )=«. * wy •Mfe, Je 4 17 3»3Bt? n^ vn, is 42 25 / D vrB.r&rn, Jo 4 11 ' 2 ; t^pDB "lira terror on mry «fc/ Je 6 2 » 2o 3 '» 4 6 5 49* ^ 31 14 , cf. La 2*; esp. in the Deut. phrases 'B D»3MK, or '0 n»}(j ( s t s . i n combin.), as Dti2 10 'D aa^wrbo roi» rraro, 25 19 Jos 2 1 42 'o ar6 " rw, 23 1 j u 2" 8 M 1 s i2 n + ; p a^DB/rom rownd a&ow«, fNu 16 2427 . —On 1 8 14 21 2 S 24 6 Jb io 8 v. 33p. . In plur.;—a.. tD*3*3D; ( a ) in masc. sense, iAose rown(Z a&ow£, i^ 7 6 12 'B* ^$? W£P3B^| 8 9 8 Je 4 8'" 9 . (b) in neuter sense, the part's round about, Je 49 s 'iJO'pp-i'aB abe'lT' *3»3D3

  • 33.3. ^Hn^aD-bnbvi'^gH. withthe

force of a prep., f 50 3 1N» rnjtfej V3'3D1, 97 s La i 17 . b. niT3D : (a) as subst. (a) cir- cuity Ec i 6 nnn afYiwrao bjn • (#) ^j^, roundabout, Nu 2 2 4 «' , ra , ap-!?3-ns< bnpn lan^ Je 17 26 50 32 (cf. 2 1 14 supr.)i with ref. to their inhabitants, f 44" = 7 9 4 '3D^> obp) ivb, Ez 16 67 2 8 24 Dn 9 16 . (6) with the force of a prep Ex 7 24 -i^n D3»3D lit. (in) the circuits of the Kile = round about the Nile, Nu ii* uui 05 2 d.Tn^ap, j u 718 j s 26" 2 K 6 1 - ye*!* na»3o

  • 18 12 2 7 ^ni3'3D ^h by, etc.; oft. idiom, pre-

ceded by nefc, as Gn 33 s diTni3»3D ib'n anyn 4i 48 Lv25 44 Nui6 M Dt6 ,4 i 3 8 i7 14 2 i 2 +. I„ the same sense dnia'ppB +Ez 2 8 26 . T 3wQ n.[m.] that which surrounds, or is round ; — 1. a. pi. surrounding places, 'ipB 'BT< 2 K 2 f places round about Jerus. b. as adv. 3CB round about 1 K 6™; fpl. ni3DB on all sides, in all directions, Jb 37 12 (of cloud Di < of lightning Bu Du). 2. sf. iapB Ctl 12 dub. : round table Ew De ; cushion, divan Bae KEU ; cf. on all these Bu. — '3DB ^ 140 10 v 33D Hiph. baa I L2D1J3J n.m. encompassing, surround- ing (?) ;— only cstr. HW 3D18 Ez 4 i 7 the encom- passing of the house, but mng. wholly obscure ;

  • 51D1B enlargement Ew Berthol Toy Hpt after @ •

Co del. clause as dittogr. T H3DD n.f. turn of affairs ; — abs. 2 Ch 1 o 15 ( = n3pq. y ., ||iKi2 15 ). ^[^J?Pl vb - interweave (||form to ~W q- v.) ;— Qal Pt. pass. pi. d'pap d'TD N a j '«  interwoven (entangled) thorns (cf. Da) ; Gunkel M,, ~" prop, (after ©3: Vollers) ffriWf i.e. cut off, away (Is 33 12 ) cf. Now; text very dub. Pu. Impf. 3 mpl. 1330* VBHB' b"by Jb 8 1 ' are interwoven (in a tangled mass). TTpD n.[m.] thicket ;— abs. TJ3B3 (tfjgj) Gn 22 13 (so Ginsb ; Baer ^3D3 ; V an d. H. TJ3D3) a ram caught in tlie thicket by its horns ; pi. cstr. 1J»n *33B Is 9 >7 thickets of the forest, io 34 ! t[l|r!D] n.[m.] id.;— cstr. fflTQBa ^74^ m the thicket of trees; sf. 133BB J e 4? (abode of lion; on 3 v. Ges S20h ; on 1_ Kb"- 1,512 ). T'Oap n.pr.m. a captain of David; © ?oPo X m, etc.; 2 S 2i 18 = 1 Ch 20 4 , 1 Ch ii w + || 2 S 2f where rd. r D for MT 130 Th We Dr Klo Bu Kit Lohr cf. HPS (B i K ' T S>v viS>v, but @L 2a/3 ew ); also iCh 2 7 n . t[7^D] vb. bear a heavy load (NH id.; Ar. Pap, ^i» id.; cf. also sub i>3T p. 259 b supr.);— QalP/. 3 ms. sf. dbp I s 53^- x pl . g$? La V'—Impf. 3 ms. biDJ Is 5 3»; 1 s . ?3DK 4 6 4 ; 3 mpl. sf. wbp* 46'; /„/. cs<r . 73p? Gn49 15 ; — bear a load, i>3pi> iB3E> B>1 Gn49 15 (poem in J; of Issachar under fig. of ass) ; of carrying an idol Is 46%- of' carrying Isr. v 4 - 4 ; servant of *> carrying load of pain 53* and guilt v 11 ; Isr. bearing iniquities of fathers La 5 7 . Pn. Pt. pl. d"^3BB laden, f 144 14 (i.e. pregnant Ges Hi Ew Hup-Now Che al.; perh. better, token of abundant harvest, so many, v. esp. Bae). Hithp. Impf ajnn bnp'1 Ec

2 5 drag oneself along, as a burden (v. 3jm 

.1 < ,T/ '-?? a.[m.] load, burden;— abs. Ne 4 11 V'Si 7 (enforced burden); cstr.jci., = o M rrfe?isome Za6owr (of corvee) 1 K n 28 .— Vid. also i>3p. t^nS] n.m. 1 ' 1027 burden (always fig. cf burden of tyranny); — only sf. TOD, Is io 27