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y'rD

s8 ; sf.^P 2 S22 2 +, ^P IS31 9 ; pl.D"$P 

Is 2 2l + ;— 1. lit. cliff, crag Ju 6 20 Is 2 s1 7 19 Am6 12 Nu2o 8 - 81010n (cf. Ne9 15 V^ 16 , andcontr. the TW of Ex 1 7 6 ), Nu 24" Dt 32 13 (not elsewh. Hex), + 10 t. ; 'Dn |B> 1 S 14" tooth of the crag, i.e. sharp crag, so Jb 39 s8 ; excav. in cliff as place of burial Is22 16 ; abode of wild animals, 'D-'hl- v 1 , cf. + 104 18 Pr 3 o M , of birds Jb 39 s8 Ct2 u ' (in fig.), cf. .J erf™, so of Edom Ob b = Je49 16 ; cf. (Nu 24 21 supr. and) Is 42"; par- ticular cliffs are : DB^ 'D J u 15 811 cf. v 13 , pei(n) 'd 2 o 45 - 47 - 47 2i 13T nipi5ni3n 'o 1 S23 28 cf. v 25 ; v. also n. J^D. fa. fig., esp. "$0 of '1 (only ++), V'i8 3 =2S22 2 , ^ 3 i 4 42 10 7i 3 ; of As.godIs3i 9 (prob.; cf."Wf Dt32 3137 ); TSfO^J Is 32 2 (sim. of protecting care); fig. of security V' 40 3 (feet on cliff), 1355?!? D-ybt? nnSB Is 33 16 ; symb. of obstinacy 'DO B»J»JB ^li Je 5 3 ; 'D rflVf (bare cliff, lit. glare of [the] cliff), in fig. of openness, flagrancy Ez 24 78 , of razed city 26 414 (only here Ez); in fig. of fall of Bab. Je 51 25 . ■(■11. yh5 n.pr.loc. in Edom, 'G>nB J u i»«  (del. B, cf. GFM); 'BH captured in war 2 K 14 7 (and called ^"? T ) ; 'B» Is 16'; site dub.; old identif. with Petra denied, plausibly, by Buhl Edom q FM jui.36 ( wl]0 thinks of an actual ch ^ t but held Benz 2K14 - 7 Bd F * 1(,899, ' M ; © (v) nirpa. TCJOD a.m. an edible, winged, locust(NH id.; swallower, consumer, cf. X D^pP swallow up, destroy; Ar. uJLilL vb. swallow, Kb" 1,40 *); — Lv 11 s2 ( + H3-1«, bi-m, 33Pt). -pD $? vb. twist, pervert, overturn (X *)?? twist (rare); Ar. i_ol~. is pass, pass away, come to naught Lane 1407 '); — Pi. Impf. 3 ms. ^P? Jbi2 19 +2 t., si.e'D'jl Pr22 12 ; 3 fs. *fea* Pr 13 6 19 3 ; Ft. 'l.FpB Pr 21 12 ; — 1. pervert, Ex 23 s (E) a bribe perverteth the case (cause, TIP-'!) of righteous, = Dt 16". 3. subvert, turn upside down, ruin (only WisdLt) : c. ace. pers. Jbi2 19 Pri3 6 (opp. ijfn), 21 12 ; 'n rn« rb)tx ^~y[ 19 s a man's folly subverteth his way; -133 *$?] cj^DM 22 12 and he ('») subverteth the affairs of a treacherous man. Tr) ; p n.m. Frll - 3Qr crookedness, crooked dealing: — 'D abs. Pr 15 4 (of tongue); cstr. DHJ'a'D 11 3 .

[p , D] vb. ascend (loan-word from Aram. 

P^P, «sL ; Palm, pbo id., Lzb 329 Cook 85 ; NH p7D Pi. remove; Ar. jLl ascend, Lane 1410 (also loan-word f)); — only Qal Impf. 1 s. ppX ty 139* if I ascend to heaven (D^BB*), thou art there (on form, = *pi>pK, v. Ges» M « Ko L301 Kau* 44 ). nS6 M n.f. Lr2 - ls (cf. on gender Albrecht ZAW.vUl.S6MW) fi^ flQur ( @ o^-JoX,^ $ „ TO l7a) (NH W.; Aram. KT>|flD; Ar. ill a kind of barley without husks Lane 140 '; As. sillatu, or sillatu, a kind of grain(?) Meissner-Rost BASllL361 ; also tultd, turuti, flour, as loan-word in Egypt., Bondi 84 WMM*"' te101 );- abs. 'd Gn i8 6 + , cstr. 'D Ex 29 9 + ; sf. anpp Lv 2-;— fine flour, used in king's household 1 K 5 2 (|| n Pp), for honoured guests 'D 1"IB£ Gn 18 6 (J), a sah of it sold for a shekel in time of scarcity 2 K ■7 116 -' 8 (v. Benz); luxurious food Ez 16 1319 (of Jerus. under fig. of woman); elsewh. only in offerings Ez 46" 1 Ch 9 19 2 3 2 ', and P ; D'an 'D Ex 2 9 2 , '0 v 40 , Lv 2 1 + 13 1. Lv., Nu 6 ,5 + 26 1. Nu. DD v. DDD.

133 "iSttp n.pr.m. p.n officer of Nebuchad. 

ace. to MT Je 3 9 3 = (assumed) Sumgir Nabu (Schr C0T ), but prob. text, err.; Gie (plausibly) takes "IJBD as crpt. dittogr. of JD 31, and joins oj to foil., D^Dnbnna = (a^aj, cf. v 13 and ® ,apay<t)6 (Sapaya8, ^apayap, etc.) (tai Naftovtraxap. ^[TTODt], also -nQD, *rn» n.m. ct7 - 13 blossom of grape (just at flowering Duval * u

  • o»).s27ff. NHfrfgj . Aram.-nBD, J»fai», Mand.

XTIND'D No"'™);— alw. abs.'D, on'lyCt: rj"?33n ■VTOD 2 13 <7i« w'ues ar« (all) blossom; D*0"13 -n_BD v 15 (on bold predicate cf. Ges iMi ); rtna "HBpn 7 13 the blossom lias opened (its buds). T|QD vb. lean, lay, rest, support (NH id.; Ph. in n.pr. Lzb 317 ' 329 ; Aram.^lPP, ■ . -^ ~ ; also Eth. (rtrmh:) fifl"»h; cause to lean upon, etc. Di 335 ; Ar. aJU-D is be high, ascend, raise, uplift, al.T., roo/) ; — Qal 41 i 5 /. 3 ms. 'd Dt34 9 EZ24 2 , Ijopi. consec. Am5 18 + ; 3 fs. naop ^,88 8 , sf. innpop i s 59^ ^npop 63 s , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 'Hfcp?! Lv8 14 NU27 23 , sf 'JrDp^ 6 , etc.; /mt). ms. sf. ^SBD /> 1 19 116 ; P<. act. ^BiD Is 63*4-3 t.; pi. cstr. 'JBD Ez 30 6 1|/ 54 s ; f>ass. fB9 Is26 3 V'H2 8 ; pl/D'pttJD in 8 ;— 1. a. lean or lay hand upon ("??): Am 5 19 ; elsewh. in sacred rite : on head of sacrif. victim, as those who share in sacrif., Ex 29 1015 - 19 Lv i 4 4- 12 t.Lv,Nu8 12 (allP), 2CI129 23 ; so of Levites,