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PD Ez28 ,41 «, pi. D"33bEx25 M +2t,;— 1. screen, cover, usu. e. "?$? of thing covered, i K 8 7 i Ch 28 18 ; +acc. of covering Ex 40 3 (P); +3 of covering 25 2 °37 i, (both P); c. i> of thing covered + 140 8 ; so (+3 instr.) $ |jj)3 '0 La 3" thou hast screened thyself with the clouds; c. ace. JD40 22 lotus-trees, as its shade, screen it; abs. Ez 28 1416 (difficult, text prob. corrupt, Co Toy del. as gloss). 2. reflex, cover oneself ,e |K3 'D L»3 43 thou hast covered (clothed, panoplied) thyself with anger (si vera 1.; cf. v 44 supr.). Hiph. Imp/. 3 ms. $ IflpJ ^ 9I <, 7]D>1 Ex 40 1 + 2 t. ; 2 ms. Tipn ,/, 5 '2 ; > w /. M<r . qpn i S 2 4 4 ; Pt. IJ'DO Ju 3 24 (Ges ie!r );—screen,over, 1. specif, c. Ivfl'nK, i.e. with long garments, euphemism for evacuating the bowels, from posture assumed, so inf. Ju 3 s4 , pt. 1 S 24 4 (cf. NH TPO, and v. GFM, HPS). 2. elsewhere Impf., as Qal (expl. as Qal Ba ZMailm(1889U78 ), c. "72? Ex 40 21 , of protection ^ 5 12 ; c. ? pers. + 3 instr. 91 4 (of protection). Pilp. ?IP3p, denom., v. sub III. ~y&. T^JCTD n.[m.] covering, screen; — abs. 'd 2Si7 19 +nt.; cstr. t]DO Is22 8 +i2t.;— 1. covering, large cloth spread (tjna) over well to hide persons within 2 S 17 19 ; .fig. of protec- tion, or of ' eye-screen, rflVP 'DTIK ?i s } Is 22 s ; screen, of cloud V I0 5 a9 (fens). 2. name given (in P) to each of three screens, of tabern. : a. at gate pW) of court Ex 27 16 35" 3 8' 8 39 40 40 833 Nu 3 26 (nnB), 4* b. at entrance (nriB) of tent Ex 26 3637 35 16 36 s7 39 s9 40 528 Nu 3 2531 4* c. 'BH nj^B (v. 'a), dividing off the Most Holy Place within the tent, Ex 35 12 39 s4 40 2 ' Nu 4 s . T[n5cp] n.f. that with which one is covered, covering; — sf. 1£)3pD Ez 28 13 (so Baer Ginsb ; van d. H. '3DD) all precious stones were thy covering ( = thou wast covered with them) ; — the tradition is strong in favour of Raphe, but sense favours deriv. from "]3D. t ["Sjpitt] n.m. architect, term (si vera 1.) of some covered structure, otherwise unknown ; —only cstr. n3t5>rri]p}D 2 Ki6'» Qr (Kt ^D i.e. ^P , J?) ; — © tok 6entwv rfis KaQcSoas, i.e. ram npra ? f II. ["IDD] vb. weave together (||form of II. ?QV; NH Hiph. TPO we ave, H31D, booth) ; —Qal Pf. 2 ms. sf. 'aapn ^ 139 13 thou didst weave me together in my mother's womb.

L^|PJ fl-fm.] throng (prop, an interwoven 

mass) ; — ^33 "OJW i// 42 s / used to pass along in the throng, so most ; but word dub. T["i|b] n.[m.] thicket, covert, lair ; — only sf. 130 J e 2S 38 lair of under fig. of lion (but Gie toSD c f. 4 7 ), H3D ^ 10 9 of lion (sim. of wicked ; Bae nap ; Lag Che We fcMD) ; 131D 76 s his covert (of' under fig. of lion ; || injiyp) ; for nsp in his covert r 2 7 5 Qr rd. perh., with Kt H3D a booth (01 Hup-Now Bae cf. 3i 21 ). Tn3D n.f. thicket, booth (prop, of inter- woven boughs cf. Ne 8 15 ); — abs. 'd Is i 8 + ; cstr. ri3D Am 9 11 ; sf. insp Jb 36 29 f 18 12 , and so rd. || 2 S 22 12 (for MT ni3D ; De Hup-Now HPS); usu.pl.n3DGn33 17 -ts J113D 2 S 11" + ; — 1. thicket, lurking-place of lions Jb 38 40 (cf. pP] 1). 2. booth, rude or temporary shelter, for cattle Gn 33 17 (J ; distinct fr. 1V3), but also for warriors in the field 2S11" 1 K 2Q i2.i6. f or wa t c bers in vineyards Is I 8 (sim.) Jb 2 7 18 (sim. of frailty), for man's shelter from sun Jon 4 5 , cf. (fig.) Is 4 s jr 31 21 , prob. also 27 s (v. pl'D]) ; poet, of fallen house (dynasty) of David Am 9"; of clouds as (temporary) en- closure (AV ' pavilion ') of' in storm i|c i8 12 = 2 S 22 12 Jb 36 29 . 3. specif, of booths, made of boughs, in which people lived at harvest- feast Lv 2 3 42 - 42 - 43 (H), Ne 8 14161 °' 717 , hence called niSBn an Dt 16 1316 31 10 Lv 23 s4 (P), Zc i 4 "-"«» 2 Ch 8 13 Esr 3 4 . ni3D ig n.pr.loc. ;— 1. nnsp ( n i oc .) Qn 33 1717 (J ; expl. from Jacob's making booths), elsewhere niSp ; — city E. of Jordan Ju 8 s + 6 1. Ju 8, Jos 1 3 s7 (P); prob. also 1 K 7 46 =2 Ch 4 17 (reading nCHK rriaye ford of Adamali, GFM Ju7 ' 22 cf. Buhl Q ' MBr - 206 'Benz 1K7 '"); 'D poj; f 60 8 = 1 08 8 is Jordan-valley near Succoth ; on identif. cf. GFM Ju8 - 6 Buhl 0eoBr - 26 ° GASm 6 ***- "*, and reff. ; ace. to Talm. Der 'alia, 1 m. N. of Jabbok Nbr GfeBrduT,lm - 248 , so S. Merrill =""" Jordaasssff.. @ 2ok X <o0 (2m,wu Gn 33 cf. W). i 2. nn'SD (n loc.) Ex 1 2 37 , elsewh. n'3D ;— first station of Isr. at Exodus, Ex 12 37 13 s0 Nu 33 s - 8 (allP); = Egypt. T'Mm(<)WMM a '- u - ,s '"'- 70 , Thkw Steindorff BA8,fr03 ; on site v. Naville F " 1,om(1885 >• e *' , • »* lirar -Guthe ZPV " ua885) ' 211,f -; © 20**0,0. TljpD n. [m.] protector; — term, techn. of structure shielding stormers of city (Lat. tes- tudo) 'BH Na 2 6 ; © rat npoQvXanas airdf.