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i.e. few, 'O VflD W Dt 33" but Ze< his men be few, 'D D > tp^ Nu 9 20 , 'O alone Is 10", usu. in combin., 'O V1D = a few men Gn 34 30 (J), Dt 1? Je 44 s " 1 Ch 16" ^ io5 12 , 'O HMK Ez I2 W ; so 'O nuf Jbi6 m ; adv. phr. Dn«n *p» -BDD Ec2 3 = c?wn'n^ all their lives, cf. 5 17 6 19 ; = appointed (normal) number, K.bs f^J 'D Ex 2 3 s6 (E). b. c. prep. 3 : 'D3 tjyp Ez 5 3 /«w in number; 'D3 6y (exact) count, tale 2 S 2 16 Dt25 2 1 Ch 9 s8 ' 28 , so prob. Ez 20 37 rd. 1SDD3 © Toy for MT rn'DD; in (pre- scribed) number Nu 29 18 + 6 t. Nu 29 (P), Ezr 3 4 ; = ace. to (proportioned to) the number of Lv 25 lsl5 +oft.; 'DO? ace. tonumber Ju 21 23 Jos 4" (JE) Nui4 M (P) Ez 4 s iCb.27 1 ; 'DD3 = id., 1 K 1 8 31 Nu 1 5 1212 (P) ; so 'd alone (adv. ace.) Ex 16 16 (P) Jb i 6 Je 2 s8 1 1 13 .— Nu 23 10b rd. V? nap, c f. v*, so © Di So*"". t2. recounting, relation, Di?nn 1SDJ3 Ju 7 15 the recounting of the dream. f 11. "^ED7p n.pr.m. a returned exile Ezr 2 2 (© MaKvap, A©L Ma<r<pap), = rqSpO Ne f (© Ma<r<ptpav, H Wlao(papah, A Maa(T<papad, ©L Ma<7</>ap). < JT)Ep?3 v. foregoing. trnED n.pr.m. in'Brpja Ezr2~ a family of returned exiles (© b.a«pripad, A A<r«popa6, @L A(r<o<p f pid) = / D-'33 Ne 7 s7 (® 2a<papa6(t), ©L A(T<XplpC&). "•" ["ngD ?] , "PCD n.pr.l0C. Ob 20 © E<fr>a0 a , Qa2a</.apa8; loc.dub.; Spieg Ara!42 No 2MOram >,323 QJjgFounder, 312 g ay Monum.nU «8S ft ] cp ^JMrda in Asia Minor ( = Sardis? Behistun 1 ' 15 Persep. I 12 NR l28 V g cnr c OT»dloc.(cf.KaF116«r.) JJjr»r249 c £ GASm 12Pr ° I,h -" 176 , cp. Saparda in SW. Media (time of Sargon); a Saparda also NE. from Nineveh (Esarhaddon's time), cf. Knudtzon Ass. Gebete, No». 8, 1 1 , 30 T D^VIDD n.pr.loc. city conquered by king of Assyr.';— 'd 2 K 17 14 18 34 = tfnBD Is 36 19 , trnBD I'? 2 K i 9 13 =Is 37"; Q^BD also 2 K I 7 31b Qr (Kt.CHBD) ; © 2tir<papovatv, Eir<papovatp, etc., ©L 2in<papitp ; — usu. identif. with Sippara (on a canal), between Bagdad and Babyl., a city in two Tpa,rts,Sipp.of Samas (mo&.AbbuIIabba), and Sipp. ofAnunitu(m), on opp. side of canal, hence du. '0 = the two Sipparas, Schr COT2K17 ' 24 , cf. Dl p "" , - ,M Tiele CMCl1 - 88 ; this recently dis- puted, in view of mention with Hamath and other northern cities (2 K 17 24 and esp. 18 34 ), v Hal ZA "• m "• Di l! 36 ' l9 Wkl Alt "*'- Vatm - "" Benz

k 17,24 a j >t w j 10 C p # Sahara' in, city conquered 

by Salmanasarid IV (Wkl in Schr^" 278 ); but this by no means certain. tf^'pEp] adj. gent, of Sepharvaim, only pi. c. art'.=subst., DT)BDn , K 17 s14 . t[/pD] vb. stone, put to death by- stoning, also (Pi.) free from stones (appears like denom., but noun unknown ; NH NTpD execution by stoning) ; — Qal Pf 2 ms. sf. inpi^D^ consec. Dt 13"; 3 mpl. sf. ""-P^i^D^ consec. Ex 17*; 2 mpl. DJJOpp' consec. Dt 22 s4 , etc.; Impf 3 mpl. ^pp: Jos 7 25 , sf. ir6j5p? 1 K 2I 1S , etc.; Imv. mpl. sf. 'i"6pD 1 K21 10 ; Inf. abs. b)po Ex 19" 2 1 28 ; emr.lt i^pD 1 S30 6 ;— pelt with stones, stone to death, (as penalty) c. ace. pers. vel animal., Ex 8 s2 1 f (both JE) 1 S 30 6 1 K 2 1 10 , abs. Ex 19 s 2 1 28 (JE); c. ace. pers. + 3 instr. BH&$ Dt 13 11 17 5 22 2124 Jos 7 2S 1 K21". Niph. Impf 3 ms. ?P.p? be stoned to death Ezi 9 13 2I 28 - 2932 (JE). Pi. Impf.

ms. ^BP* 2 S 16 613 , sf. wbipp^ Is 5 s ; Imv. mpl. 

vipp Is62 10 ; — -1. stone, pelt with stones., c. ace. pers. + CM?*!? 2 S 16 6 , ace. om. v 13 (|p?V3 ISJI). 2. free vineyard (ace.) from stones (Ges 562h ) Is 5 s ; so also 2 S 4", reading pt. f. D'tSH r6i?pp lo, the portress was cleansing wheat from stones (for MT 'n "r$>), so We Dr Bu Kit Liihr HPS, after ®; (>rdg. however mostly '"ippD, Qal Pt); }3KD lSf>P Is 62™ free (highway) fr. stones. Pu. Pf. &t§ be stoned to death 1 K 21 1415 .— Not in HP; these and other writings (exc. above) use syn. DJ1, cf. Br BM73 . ID v. VID. t [^D] n.m. rebel 1 ace. to Thes al. (prob. Aram, loan-word, cf. Aram, olao contradict, chatter, prattle, tell lies; Pa. 31P and NH Pi. 3"1D = BH; cf. 31D Ecclus 4 i 2<t loving contradic- tion);— pi. abs. (i.e. ^ns) -]nis D<3i^pl D'pnp Ez 2 6 rebelles et quasi spinae sunt erga te Thes; Vrss rd. ptcp., Co Berthol D'{»bl QUID resisting and despising thee (cf. Ji?P); AVRV briers and thorns, cf. Ew Hi-Sm Siegf^" Da Toy. Tpjhp n.pr.m. Sargon (As. Sargdnu, and (prob. by pop. etymo.) Sarrukenu=firm, faith- ful, king, v. reff. infr.) ; — king of Assyria B.C. 722-705, conqueror of Samaria, father of