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nro less things = be removed, oppressor's yoke, c. ?yt? Isi4 2S cf. v 25 10 s '; staves from (IP) ark Ex 25 15 ; abs. iniquity Is 6 7 ; esp. of l"liD3 1 K 15" 22" 2 K 12 4 14 4 15 435 2 Ch 15 17 20 33 . 4. z=-come to an end, Am 6 7 Is 1 1 13 . — For "?N ID

S 22 14 read "i'JJ -& ® Th Dr Klo Bu Kit Lohr 

HPS; in 15 32 Th HPS del. "ID (after © 33 @) as^ittogr.jDNap ID Ho 4 18 v. N3D ; Ho 7" rd. rrtb} for mh) ( /-no q. v.); Je 6™, it is uncer- tain whether (D ,_ !")iD) *1D belongs here, revolters among the rebellious, or sub "TiD, or even = , '?.K' princes, chiefs (cf. 1 S 22 14 ). tPo'lil Pf. 3 ms. Vrn ViiD La 3" Ae turned aside my ways (my steps). Hipb. 1S3 Pf. 3 ms.T'Dn 2 K i8 4 + ; 2 ms. rnpni consec. (Dr s™w<"») 1 K 3 31 ; is. "OTpn

K 2 3" + , -nipqi 1 s 1 7 46 + ; 3 pi. Won 2 Ch 

3o' 4 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. TDJ Is3 18 +, juss. ">p' Ex8 4 + , ipV Gn8 13 +; sf. OTJBJJ 1 S 18 13 , mp)l 1 K 15 13 , flJTp; Lv 3 4 + ; 3 mpl. Wp; Is 5° + , etc.; Imv. ms. ">pn 1 K 20 24 + , "VOIl Ez 2 i sl (rd. Tpn, npn); f s . >Vpn , g ,h e tc.;7«/. aft*, ipn Gn 3 o 32 + ; cs«r. Tpn 2 K 6 s2 + , etc. ; Pt.fOQ Is 3 ! + 3 t.;— 1. cause to (turn aside,) depart, common word for remove, take away : c. 19, Ex 8 427 33* (all J), 2 3 25 (E) Dt 7 15 1 S 28' Jos7 ,3 (J)Ju I o 16 Is3 l Vi8 23 (+||2S22 23 ,rd. »JBD TDK De Hup-Now HPS); shoulder from burden ^8i 7 ; ytefp WN "VDO P r2 8 9 ; +oft., + Jb33 17 (ins. IP ® EwDiDeHi Bu al); c. byp, <a£e of ring Gn 41 42 (E) Est 3 10 , also 8 2 (abs.); garments Gn38 1419 (J) Dt2i 13 Zc 3 4 iSi7 S9 (armour), also Ex 34 s4 (P; abs.) and Ez26 16 (Co ins. i>3?P); take off head, by? 1 S i7 46 ,abs. 2 S 4 7 1 6" 2 K 16 32 ;. c. ?5?P also oft. fig. (from upon= from resting on, or burdening), plagues Ex 8 4 io 17 (J), cf. Nu 21 7 (E), also 1 S i 14 Am 5* 1 K 2"; reproach 1 S 1 7 26 Is 25 s ; c. DVp=from one's presence 1 S 18 13 , also of '♦ removing his kind- ness 1 Ch 1 6 13 + || 2 S 7 I5 (v. Qal 2) ; c. VJB bv'Q, of '» removing Isr. 2 K 17 1823 23 s7 24 s Je 32 31 ; abs. 2 K 23 s7 ; oft. abs., Gn 8 13 Noah removed the covering ; remove = depose c. IP 1 K I5 13 = 2 Chi5 16 (v. fp 7b (6)), abs. 2 Ch 3 6 3 , cf. Ju 9 29 Jb34 20 ; remove nta, etc., 2Ki8 4 ,v 22 =Is36 7 = 2 CI132", 2 K23 19 2 Ch 30 14 14 2 , cf. 14 4 17 6 (both c IP); =put away strange gods, etc., Gn35 2 Jos 2 4 ,4!a (all E), 1 S 7 c. f(mo v s Is 5 8 9 ; once c. >, D^jjgp nz& TDD Jb 1 2 20 . 2. rarer uses are: put aside= leave undone Jos 1 1 ls (D) ; retract words Is 31 2 (of '♦); reject prayer i//66 20 ; abolish sacrifice Dn 1 1 31 ; turn one away ^HND, i.e. from following Dt 7 4 ; c."?S? pers., remove the ark unto 2 S 6 10 = 1 Chi 3 13 . tHopb. P/. 3 ms. ">PW Lv4 31 Dn I2 11 ; /mp/. 3 ms.lDV LV4 35 ; POpID Is 17 1 ; pi. D'lpID 1 S 2 1 7 (but final D prob. dittogr. before D WeDr Klo Kit HPS); — be taken away,removed: c. IP Lv 4=*, ^yp v 31 , " -Jabio 1 S 2 1 7 ; Tfl} ipio Is 1 7 1 Damascus is removed from being a city; abs. be abolished Dn 12 11 (cf. n 31 Hiph.). . "I^ID adj.verb. properly Pt. of 11D q.v. fn. "I^ID n.pr. of a temple-gate; — 'D "V)W 2Kn 6 (>|| 2 CI123 5 "riD^n nye-, v.TtoJ), but del. ver. as gloss We ■•*■•>•«.■■ Kmp Kl " Benz. Ti~nD n.f. a turning aside, defection, apostasy, withdrawal; — alw. abs. 'o; — 1. de- fection, used appar. of any moral or legal offence Dt 19 16 , so prob. IS59' 3 ( + P0PSF *3?ty 2 - apostasy, Dti3 6 Is I 5 31 6 Je 28'" 29 s2 . 3. ^S rnp non-withdrawal Is 1 4 6 (cf. vb., v 25 Am 6 7 ). i"Pp v. 'BTJ 113 p. 92 supr. IID' 1 , only in niD' 1 Je 1 7 13 Kt, but v. Qr do Qal Pt. t [JT)D] vb. Hipb. incite, allure, instigate (NH Hiph., id.) ;— Hipb. Pf. 3 ms. sf. irrpn 1S26 19 , ^pq Jb 36 16 ; 3 fs. nnpn 1K21 25 (Ges' 721 - Kb 1 - 460 ); 3 pi. sf. ^ffftj Je 3s 22 (Ges 572 ™); /mp/ 3 ms.IT'B: 2 K i8 32 + 2 t., but also npfi 2 S 24 1 1 Ch 2 1 1 , sf. ^rvp; Dt 13 7 Jb36 18 , etc.; Pt. rPDD Je 43 3 2Ch32"; — 1. a. incite to make a request (c. ace. pers. + inf.) Jui 14 (on text v. GFM) = Jos 1 5 18 . b. allure DTPDJl yisp 2 Ch 1 8 31 and God allured them away fr. him (si vera 1.; del. cl. as gloss Be Kit); so also Jb 36 16 ace. to De Hi Bu al. ; he allureth thee out of the mouth of distress, but Di Du freedom hath seduced tliee; for meaning seduce, entice, cf. also v 18 . 2. instigate, in bad sense, c. ace. pers., + ? against, 1 S 26 19 2 S 24 1 Je 43 s Jb 2 3 ; c. ace. pers. alone 1 K 21 25 2 K i8 32 = Is 3 6 18 , cf. 2 Ch 3 2 13 , Dt 13 7 Je 38 s2 ; + inf. 1 Ch 2I 1 2 Chi8 2 32 n . rstb n. v. mo. tpnD] vb. drag {Impf. consec. 1 s. anDNi MI 18 , sf. nnnDNi lb 1213 ; Ph. anDLzb 328 ; Ar. CSzJL, Eth. rtrhtti) ;— Qal Pf. 1 pi. «3npi consec. 2 S 17 13 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. Dl^np? J e 49 20

45 ; Inf. abs. 3inp Je 22 19 ; cstr, 

hDb Je — drag, a city 7n3n~iy 2 S 17 13 , corpses Je 15-'