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TlD Ges' 0, (against Gie v. Hi). tryiD n.m. Ec7a end, late synon. of Pi?;— 'D abs. EC3 11 , cstr. 2Ch2o' 6 +2t,; sf. tab Jo 2 20 ; — end of wady 2 Ch 20 16 , of invading swarm Jo 2 20 ; of God's work *]iD-iyi t^nr? Ec 3 11 ; death as end of all men 7 2 ; = conclusion, sum of instruction 12 13 . Cf. BAram. fi. nDID n.f. storm-wind (that makes an ewrf?);— abs/DI s5 28 + ; nnsiD HoS^Ges' 90 '); sf. inWD^Ss 16 ; pi. niBID Is 2 1 1 ; — storm-wind, 'd ova nyp3 Am i 14 , Na i 3 (|| rnvf), IS17 13 (II 0"), Jl) 37" Is 2 1 1 . as driving chaff Jb 21 18 (vb. 333 ; in sim.), sim. of rushing chariots Is 5 28 66 15 Je 4 13 , of ruin Pri 27 cf. 10 s ; symbol, of 'i's judgments, *"fr£ 'D) 'jnr Wl Ho 8 7 ,

  • 83 16 (|| iyp), Jb 27 20 (vb. 333), Is 2 9 6 (+n"!VD).

fi. f^D n.m. j0 " 2 ' 6 reeds, rushes (coll.) (prob. loan-word from Egypt, twfi, reeds, Steindorff BA8I.603 El . man ZMOxl,108M),'m. g emitic ftCC- to WMM A " lfe, « 1 );- l.rwsAes,inNileEx2 3 - 5 (E); f|1DJ n3r5Isi9 B (of Egypt). 2. usu. in combin. fJID'a' prob. = sea of rushes or reeds ( > sea of (city) Suph), which Gk. inch in wider name doKaaaa ipvdpa, Red Sea (cf. Di 11 ■*• 18 and esp. WMM A '"- Eur<2r -, who expl. as name orig. given to upper end of Gulf of Suez, extending into Bitter Lakes, shallow and marshy, whence reeds (prob. also reddish colour)); — name applied only to arms of Bed Sea; most oft. a. to Gulf of Suez Ex io 19 Jos 2 10 (both J), Ex i 3 18 is 4 - 22 23 31 (all E), Dt 1 1 4 Jos 4 a (D), Nu 3 3 ,,ul (P), elsewh. late Ne a 9 f 106 7922 136" 15 . b. sts. to Gulf ofAkaba 1K9 26 , and WOl tfJ-J Nu 2 i 4 (E), prob. also i4 25 (E), Dt I 40 2'; perh. Jun" Je 49 J1 ; poss. rd. f|lD-D>D for 'D ^'lO Dt 1 ' (v. infr.). fii. rjlD n.pr.loc. (si vera 1.) named in de- fining loc. of Deut. law-giving Dt i 1 (I'D Mo, where P1D by dissimil. for ?'E) j but read perh. S)^D DM3 (© Trkrjoiov 7tjs t'pvdpas, ©L + SaXatrcrrjs, 33 contra mare rubrum), v. I. f®. fn. nCID n.pr.loc. E. of Jordan; — only in phr. 'D3 3ni in ancient poet, fragment Nu 2 i M ; Tristr" *" 50 cp. Safieh (fc***-). SE. oasis of Dead Seu, but = IJ a is most improb. "l^D and (H09 12 ) Ll^Jaoo vb - ^m aside (NH Hiph. cause to turn aside, or aposta- tize; Tel Am. suru, n. rebel Wkl Glos *);— Qal lrl Pf 3 rns.lD Ex 3 4 + ; 3 fs. rT$ 1 S 16" + ; 1 s. "n-]D f 1 i 9 1M ; 3 pi. ip Dt 9 12 + ; 2 mpl. ornp v 16 + , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. TWJ Gn 49 10 + , "ID>1 Ju 4" + ; 3 fs. "I'D? iS6 3 + ; 1 s. cohort. nncN EX3 3 ; 3 mpl. '"ID'. Ex 25 15 + , etc.; /wu>. ms. "WD 2 S 2 22 + , etc.; Inf. abs. nto Dn 9 s , "lb v"; cstr. TD Is 7 17 + ; sf. nfc> Ho 9 12 (Ges> 6k Now); P<. "ID Jb i 1 + ; f. cstr. rPD Pr 1 i 22 ; mpl. cstr. •HD J e 6 s8 (or from TlD, or ^f); j5a*s. f. JTl'D Is 49 21 , c. intrans. meaning (Ges' 50 ' Kb"- '■ 137 ), pi. sf. *I» Je i7 ,3 Qr; and cstr. '"I'D 2=';— 1. <wm aside, out of one's course 1 S6 12 Dt 2 s7 , /row follovring, Tin^D p ers . 2 S 2 21 - 22 , abs. v 23 , yrom attacking, ?yp 2 Ch 20 10 ; tern, in unto (for shelter, refuge, etc.), c. "vN, Gn 19 23 (J) Ju4 i8.i8.i8 I9 n.i2 2 K 4 » c |,-j u 2o8> c D g> Ig 3 ' 6 , HDB' 18 15 2K4 8 ( + inf.),v 10 ; c. Tlh Pr 9 41 «  (in fig.); for purpose implied Ex 3 3 (J) Ru 4 11 , or expr. by inf. Ex 3 4 ( J ) Ju 1 4" Je 1 5 5 (in fig.) ; esp. fig. turn aside from right path, from *», his commands, etc., usu. c. fO Ex 32 s (J) Ju 2 17 Dt 9 12 + 7 t. D, Pr 13" + 5 t. Pr, + 10 1. elsewhere, + 2 Ch 8 16 (ins. IP) ; c. TBJW 1 S 1 2 20 + 4 1.; c. '5?P Je 32 40 Ez 6 9 ; fp + P9J etc. Dt5 29 17" 2 K 22 2 =2 Ch34 2 ; abs.(sts.=rewZ<)^i4 3 Je5 23 Dt 1 1 16 1 7 17 (subj. 23 1 ?), niDI J e 1 7 13 Qr( > niw Kt) read prob. T'J'Dl <7ios« revolting from thee (Ew Gie); nj")33 [Dan n* Je 2 21 degenerate (shoots) 0/ the foreign vine (tig.); D5?P "IP Pr 1 1 22 a woman turning aside as to discretion, shewing lack of it ; also from wrong path, sins (of Jerob.), etc., c. ft? 2 K 3 s 14 24 + 7 t 2 K ; c. bva 2 K io 31 15 18 ; c. «jqUB 2 K io 29 ; +1H9 ">? (pt.) Jb i 1 - 8 2 s also IS59' 5 ; JTJB n!|D (inf. and imv.) Jb 2S 28 Pr 3 7 13' 9 16 617 ^ 34 1 * 37 s7 . 2. depart, usu. c. IP, of frogs Ex 8 7 , flies v 25 (both J), sword 2S12 10 ; sceptre from Judah Gn 49 10 (poem in J): Vs hand 1 S6 3 , his kindness 2 S7 15 (MT, but rd.TDN @@93 || 1 Ch 17 13 Th We Dr Klo BuKitHPS), his wrath Ez 16 42 (but del. Co Siegf Toy), depart from way = get out of the way, cease to obstruct Is 30", etc.; c. ^P 1 S 15 66 ; c byo Is 7 17 Ju 16 19 Nu i2 10 , etc.; of '< departing, IP pers., Ho 9 12 , ^O Ju 16 20 1 S 28" nyp 1 S 18 12 ; God, c. ?p Jb2i 14 22 17 , c. ^yp

S 28 16 ; "• rrn, c . D?P 1 S 16 14 ; evil spirit, c. 

'5?P v 23 ; abs. depart [from Babyl.] Is 52 1111 ; =avoid contact La4 lsl51i ; of wicked Jb 15 30 he sludl not depart out of ('30) darkness, i.e. shall not avoid it, escape it ; pt. pass, made to depart, thrust away, of Isr. under fig. of wife Is 49 21 ( >act, ace. to Ba m > 124c ). 3. of life-