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-IED be counted, numbered, usu. c. neg., to indicate multitude, tfHJ *9> t6 Gn i6'°(J) it is not to be counted, for multitude, so 32" (J), 1 K 3" (|| & m&), 8 5 ( + id.), 2 Ch 5 6 ( + id.); cf. Ho 2 1 ( +"W "**!)> Je 33 ffl (H " p? - ^)5 Positively, only TOjRS D^n 1CI123 3 . Pi. C7 7>/. 1 s. *nip + 1 1 9 M , ^l? v"; 3 pl-

  • lBp Ju 6 13 + 3 t.; Jmpf 3 ms. "iBp; Jb 38"+,

1 OB?S f 2 2 18 + ; cohort. n"1BpN Jb 15 7 ; I pl. -1BD31 Ex 10 2 , etc. ; 7wm>. IBpls 43 s6 , etc.; 7w/. c«<r.->Bp(b) ^50" + 5 1.; POBDt? Ju7 13 2 K 8 6 ; pl. D'nBDD |fi9 2 78*; — recount, rehearse, de- clare : 1. recount something (ace), to (f pers.) Ju 6 13 7 13 Gn 24 M (J), 1 S n 5 + 18 t. (of re- hearsing glorious deeds of ^4 4 2 7 S 28 7 83 '" 79"); c. ace. + 3 loc. Ez 1 2 16 , elsewhere of rehearsing name or praise of Ex 9 16 (J) + 9 15 96'= 1 Ch i6 M , ^i02 23 Je5i 10 ; c. ace. alone ^ 9 s 19 2 119" ( + 3 instr.), 1 45" + 8 t. W + IS43 21 , a11 of re- hearsing praise of '» ; cf. 1Bp» 1DXP ^ 40 6 they are too great to rehearse, c. ace. also Je 2 3 28,32 Jb 15" 28" ^ 1 19 26 ; ace. om. Is 43^, c. ? pers. Gn 4 o 8 (E) + 6 t., c'% pers.Gn 37 10 (E), c. "?.]«3 Ex 10 2 ; c.iO?(q.v.) >^ 73 1S ; c."?K concerning f 2" , cf. 69 27 (® <S Ew 01 Gr Bi Che Bae add; in that case read 'BD*); c. "v5? concerning, + ? pers. Jo i 3 . 2. appar., in weakened sense, talk ^ 59 13 , 64" (c. b concerning), 73 15 (c. SK)3). 3. cowra< exactly, accurately, ♦WtoflPI ">Bp$ ^ 22 18 7 con cowwi exactly all my bones (in wasted body).— ^ 40 6 v. sub 1, Jb 38 s7 read "IBD?. t Pu. be recounted, related, rehearsed : Pf. 3 ms. j> lip Is 52 15 ; Impf. 3 ms. ) "iSp! Jb 37 20 (cl. as subj.), + ? concerning i^2 2 81 ; c. 3 loc. 88 12 ; abs.lBD^Hbi 5 . tnEb,"lD'iDii.m."' 5 ' 2 enumerator,muster- officer, secretary, scribe (prop. pt. of 1BD; Aram. K^Bp, )£a^ id., cf. i- s " doctus, litera- ls; OAram. tOSD «£., Lzb 330 Cook 85 ; Ph. nBD Lzb 330 ) ; — abs. *»b Ju 5" +., "f* 2 S 8' 7 + ; cstr. ipb 2 K 1 2 11 + 2 t., + Je 52 s6 (Gie GFM rd. 'an as || 2 k 25"); pi. taneb iK^Je 8 8 , 1d iCh2 M 34 13 ;cstr.' | i.BbEst3 ia 8 9 ;— 1. ^enume- rator, muster-officer, in description of leaders of Isr. 'D t335?3 D'aeto Ju 5". b. king's official = secretary 2'S 8 ,7 =20 a6 =i Ch 18 16 , 2Ki8 ,8,7 =Is36 3 - 22 ; Sol. had two iK4 3 (inall these disting. fromT?^); also 2 Ki9 2 =Is37 2 , Je 36 101 ', cf. 'en ravh v 12 - 20 - 21 , 'en W$ 37 1620 ; acting as treasurer and paymaster 2 K 12"=

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Ch 24 11 ,— cf. Zadok Ne 13 13 ;— 2 K ******* 

= 2 Ch 34" 18 - 20 ; 1 Ch 24 6 (Levite); «3Sn n'e> 'Dn 2X25"= Je52 K (si vera 1. in K) implies mili- tary authority (but 'WJ "^ perh. gloss GFM ju 5, nj . e w gt a a i rea d (as Je) scribe of general. c. in Persia, secretaries who wrote out (king's) decrees, aec. to Est 3 12 8 9 . d. 2 Ch 26 11 uses '0 for muster-officer; 1 Ch 2 55 mentions families of D"1B1D ; 2 Ch 34 13 knows '0 as Levites ; 'D 1 Ch 2 7 32 =man of learning. 2. professional class of learned men, ' scribes,' able to read and write Je36 2632 ; with writing implements/D DJJ ■vno f 45 2 , 'Dn npi? Ez 9 2 - 3 , 'Dn npn j e 36°; esp. learned in the law, and assuming to issue its precepts, B^ab Tjjgl BJJ 8 8 . 3. specif, of Ezra, at once priest (jn'3) and learned in the law (IB'D), Ezr 7", '" ni^D *jyj 'D v 11 [cf. Aram. v 12 - 21 ], ne»D mina -vno'D v 6 ; Ne 8 1 - 4 - 913 12 2636 . fl. "CD n.[m.] enumeration, census (late; on format, cf. Lag BN175 );— abs. 'd, sq. yfa as ace. cogn. with 1BD 2 Ch 2 16 . fn. [iCD] n.pr.loc. in S. Arabia; — only c. n loc. 'TJBD Gn 10 30 , ® 2o)<^»/pa ; usu. indentif. with fafdr ( Ai£, pronounced Ju£>[, J^[ ace. to Thes), ancient city of Himyarite kings (Ptol. Saw^np pjrpdTroXis v. Sprenger Mtt Geogr - Ar * b - i »i.t pm.^ g0 Tbes Tuch Comm - Q,!n - 2 ' !12 , but dub. Glaser 8 "'™" 37 , D=Simprob. Di adlM - Lag BN 61 . t[n^Dp] n.f. number ;— pl. abs. '^X X^ n^bp ■uV 7 1 15 7 know not (the) numbers (of / ' 1 's acts of righteousness and deliverance, i.e. they are innumerable; cf. X Symm.); >Du (after® B«l> s © 33) reads JTnBD (cf. n"JBp supr.). . ^BDE n.m. ,ch27>24 number, tale;— abs. t : -133 'O Gn34 30 + ; cstr.lBDt? Ex i6 16 + ; sf. D^BDO Nu 1 4 m , CHBpt? Ju 2 I s8 + ; pl. cstr. T!Bp» 1 Ch 12 23 ; — 1. a. number, Ju 7 6 the number of those lapping, ttq^2 'DO f 147 4 , +oft. (37 *• PH); '131 *W1 "IBD»3 IBDBn nby K^> 1 Ch 27" (read nppa) (he number did not come up into (was not recorded in) the book of tJie daily doings, etc.; redund. after num., t2 S 2 1 20 twenty-four (in) number ; '» P$ it was (they were) innu- merable Gn 41 49 (E), c. ) Ju 6 5 7 12 1 Ch22 16 2 Ch 12 3 , '» r« iroianb ^ 147 5 (of'); abs. Je 2 32 Jb2 I 33 Ct6 8 ;t'»r«"iy=^-,Jb5 9 9 ,0 V'4o 13 . 'D Dnb f'SI Je46 23 ; '» r«^ tl Ch22 4 ; "0 |H«] t ^ 1 04 25 1 05 34 Jo 1 6 ; Vjn^ 'O B*n Jb 2 5 3 caw At'«  fcandis be numbered f without P?? = numerable,