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HDD 705 I HDD] vb. sweep or snatch away, T T catch up (NH 'BD, NBD collect (rare), X 'Bp (rare), Syr. ).s_m collect, pick up ; Ar. ILC of wind, raise dust and carry it away Lane 1377 );— Qal 1. intrans.: Pf. 3 ft. nriBD J e 12 4 6e snatched away (rd. poss. HBp [TB]). 2. trans. : Jmpf. 3 fs. HBDri Is "j™ sweep away beard ; 2 ms. HBtpri Gn 1 S WM sweep away indiscrimi- nately (good and bad) ; Inf. cstr. JliBD Dt 2 9 18 to snatch away the moist with the dry (proverb, expression, cf. Dr), sf. nrriBD? ^ ^o 15 to snatch it away (i.e. my life). — 1BD1 Am 3 15 v. 5)1D. Niph. Pf. 3 ms. HBD31 consec. 1 S 26 10 ; Impf. 2ms.nBDn Gni9 1517 ; 1 s. nBDS 1 S27 1 ; 2 mpl. IBpn Nu 16 26 , «Bn 1 S 12 s ; Pt. flBM Is 13 15 Pr I3 a (i Ch2i 12 v. infr.); — 1. be swept away, destroyed, Gn io/ 5 (^V^ I^V? 6y reason of the iniquity of the city), v 17 (both J), Nu l6 M (JE) lSi2 26 26 10 (in battle), +T3 of agent 1S27 1 ; cf. Been? tbs DSD: eh Pr 13 28 and «A«re w <Aa«  is swept away for lack of justice. — 1 CI121 12 rd. ip« (as || 2 S 24 13 , v. DO). 2. 6e caught up, captured, Is 1 3 15 (|| NXtM). Hiph. /my/. 1 s. nijn iD^J? nBDK Dt 3 2 23 I will catch up against them calamities, but read ilBDK / will gather (V ttt), or < HBDN (Di Dr Buhl L « ") I will add, i.e. multiply ( v^D* ; v. Ges» 69h ' ao,e ). fl. [n2D] vb. join, attach to;— Qal Imv. ms. sf. ^ar^K M ^nBD 1 S 2 M o«ocA me, pray, to one of the priest's offices. Niph. Pf 3 pi. "?J? WBD31 consec. Is 1 4 1 and they sliall attach themselves to the house of Jacob (|| < r Q^)- Pi. Pt. in»n nspO Hb 2 15 joining (to it?) '% /wry, but read prob. IP? (n dittogr.) from the goblet of thy fury (so We Gr Now GASm Da). Pu. Impf. 3 mpl. ' n BD^ Jb 30 7 are joined together, hold themselves together (yet rd. perh. Niph. V1BEP Bu). Hithp. Inf. cstr. npnpnD 1 S 26 19 they have driven me out from joining myself 'with (3) the inheritance of'. ' II. nDD (-/of foil.; appar. pour out ; cf. Ar. '11 pour out, shed (blood; Qor 6 MS ); NH nap of river, cast out alluvial soil, make new land). fi. [TTED] n. [m.] outpouring (X); — pi. sf. TWi nD ^ F^W^f** JIj 14" ( si vera !•) its outpourings sweep away tlie dust of the earth, so most, but dub.; Bu prop. *nB , np, cf. "00

  • |n'D Pr2 8 3 .

fn. ?TED n.[m.] growth from spilled kernels ((kernels) poured out, accidentally, in harvesting, ace. to most; Buhl 1 * 113 al. think of additional growth, V I. nBD); — it is what springs up of itself in second year, and serves as food when no grain could be sown : abs. 'D 2Ki 9 2 »=Is37 30 ; cstr. T)7i? D , BpLv25 5 ; sf. rvrvBp-riK rnrpn v ". tnstrp n.[m.] prob. outpouring (of blood), bloodshed ('C subst. for D ; word chosen for assonance with t3BB>p) ; — abs., Ipl 'D nam BBC'D? Is 5 7 and he waited for justice and lo ! bloodshed, so Ges Hi Ew Di Gu Du Che Co,nm - Che Hl>t - (dub.). III. F7DD (•/of foil. ; meaning dubious). TfinEp n.f. eruption, scab, either malig- nant or harmless ; — abs. TSyn IS 'D IX J1XB' Lv 13 2 cf. 14 s6 . tnnEDQ n.f. id.;— abs. Lv i 3 67 - 8 . Tnstp vb. Pi. denom. cause a scab upon, smite with scab (c subst. for d) ; — "P$ ^W

  • W ^rjlFJ (consec.) Is 3 1 " and Adonay shall smite

with scab the crown of the daughters of Zion. i [nriEDTD] n.f. long veil (prop, sfieath- ing?) covering whole person; pi. abs. JwJTI rtitvTS ninsptsn Ez 13 18 ; sf. Dp'nhEpp v 21 . ED v. t|BD. iTED n.[m.] sapphire, perh. also lapis lazuli (cf. Di Ex24 ' :o Now Arcb -' 151 ) (NH id., and Jir^app; Xfi^lBD; ©JLii; loan-word from Skr. canipriya ace. to Lag "- AW '- 72 Lewy F " mdw - M cf. Gk. ardirffxipoc); — abs. 'o Ex 24 10 +8 t.; pi. D^pp Is 54 11 Ct 5"; — with other jewels as ornaments of prince Ez28 IS ; in high priest's breastplate EX28 18 39 11 ; found in mines Jb28 6 , costly Jb 28 16 cf. IS54 11 ; taking high polish La 4 7 (in fig.); DTfD. nB^JD p Ct 5 14 ivory covered with sapphires (in fig.); lapis lazuli, ace. to Hi Bu Du al. in Jb 28" (b ant nipy being understood of sparkling crystals of iron pyrites in this), but v. Di ; lapis lazuli may be intended in 'DH nap? Ex 24 10 (J) pavement of sapphire (in theoph.), cf. 'D - !?? Ez i 26 io 1 . T7ED n.[m.] bowl (■/unknown ; perhaps foreign word ; As. saplu, bowl, basin (D1 HWB608 Schr COT2K9,! ) [occurs as object of tribute or z z