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-oy Nu2i 22 +, !T|by« Nu2o" Jui2 6 , etc.; Imv. ms. "tajf Ex i7 5 + ; fs. T^ Mii"+2 t.; ,- )'3J! Is23 ,s ;"mpl. ! n3y Am6 2 + Infabs.^ 2 S17 16 ; c«<r. -frjj Am f + , "OI& 1 K i8 8 + Na 2 1 Qr (Kt T03&); sf. n^V Ex 33 s2 Dt 4 21 , etc.; Pt. "Gy Ju8 4 + , etc.; — 1. pass over: a. = cross (stream, wady, sea, etc.), (1) c. ace. Gn 31" (E), 32 n (J), Jos 3 1417 4 1 (all JE), Dt2 14 (D), Nu 32 s9 (P), 2 S I7 20 - 22 " Is 16 8 , + 37 t., + Gn 32 21 (E ; ace. "uyio), T*?$ rmyn rnajfj 2 S 19 19 (rd. ,_l ?y!l We Dr Kit Lbhr, ond <A«y crossed the ford, or TO};! frequent., HPS; >© Klo Bu '"'"py? ^13?!! and they performed the service) ; also c. ace. + ace. loc. 1 S 1 3 7 , + fl loc. Dt 4 26 3i I3 32 47 . (2) ace. om. Ju3 28 2Si7 1616 +32 t., + -05J Ju8 4 (rd. -iaj?. s l Vrss, or del. as gloss GFM Bu), 2Si5 23l '(where rd. *U?y for MT 1$ We Dr Bu Kit Lbhr HPS, but del. tFt$t, plausibly, Klo HPS); c. ~b» tNu 3 2 7 (JE), Dt27 2 (D), J0S4 13 22" (both P), c. l?r^ Dt30 13 , c. "oyn 1 S 26 13 ; c. n loc. tDt3 21 4" 6 1 ii 8U 34 4 IS23 6 ; c. ace. loc. tls 23 12 Je 2 10 Nu 32 s2 (P). tb. cross border, boundary, c. ace. Nu20 17b 2I 22 " (both JE), + "^J iS 27 s ; of invasion, ace. om., c. "vR Ju n 32 12= 1 S i4'- M , c. n loc. 2K8 21 , abs. 2 Ch 2 1 9 . c. cross over (sc. intervening space) against ("i>5?) 1 S 14 4 , unto 2 S 24 20 (rd. m b* for -$y Bu HPS, cf. ®L), so perh. also Is 45 14 ty ; rd. b& 1) ; c. ace. of goal Am 5 s 6 2 . t d. pass, march over (sc. bodies of captives), Is 5 1 23 - 23 . t e. = overflow, fig., IS23 10 , abs. of invasion (like a flood) Is 8 8 , hence Dn ii 10 - 40 , Na i 8 (cf. 4 c); of evil thoughts ^ 73 7 ; cf. J"" , '?31 113JJ J e s 28 they overflow with evil matters. tf. pass, go, over, of waves, over one's head, usu. c. "?5? Is 54 s Vm 2 ' 88 17 124 46 (all fig.), Jon 2 4 ; c. ace. ^ 38 s , cf. Je 23 s over whom wine hath gone (= overcome with wine). tgf. of razor passing over head, c. ?5? Nu 6 s0 ; fig. of time passing over one, c. "?J? 1 Ch 29 30 (cf. BAram. bv ^n Dn 4" + ). th. 2>ass over upon ("'J?), in weakened sense, nearly = come or light upon; of spirit Nu 5 1414 - 80 ; abs. + nSO 1 K 22 s4 = 2 Ch 18 23 ; c. "% also light upon in chastisement or judgment, Ho io" Jb 13 13 , cf. Na 3"; Dt 24 s no affair shall pass over upon (~?5!) him, i.e. no duty be laid upon him. + i. overstep, transgress, c. ace. of covenant, command, etc. (usu. divine); Nu 14 41 Jos 7 11 li (all JE), Dt 17 2 26 13 Jos 23 16 (all D), Ju 2 20 1 S 15 24 Ho 6 7 8 1 2 K 18 12 Je 34 18 Is 24 s ^•i48 6 2Ch24 20 Dn 9"; commandof earthly king Est 3 s ; abs. V' I 7 3 - i 3. pass over = overlook, forgive VpS'b^ Mi 7 18 (+ b pers.), Prig"; c. b pers. only, Am 7" 8 2 . + 2. Pass beyond, c. ace. 1 S 1 4 s3 (of battle), Jes 2222 (of sea); + b« G1131 6 " 2 (E); pass a little beyond Vthno' DyD 'V 2 S 16 1 , t3J?03 DI1D 'R'uyB' Ct 3 4 ; c. ace. of God's command (HS), Pr 8 Tj » (of sea), Nu 22 18 = 24 13 (JE); ace. om. Jb 14 5 ifr 104 9 . . Pass through, traverse, usu. a. c. 3 of land, city, etc.: Nu 22 21 (E), 20 21 Jos 18 9 (JE), Ex 1 2 2 (P), 1 S 9 4 - 4 - 44 2 S 20" ( + M loc), + 31 1.; c. ^ri3 tEzg 4 Jb 15 19 ; c. 3JXJ of camp, nation(s) tJos i u 3 2 (D), 24 17 (E), Am 5 17 Dt 29 15 ; c. ace. -tDt 2 18 29 15 Ju 1 1 29 - 29 Is io 28 Jb 14 6 ; abs. Ex I2 23 (J), Nu 20 ,9I ° (JE), Dt2 28 Mis 7 La3 44 Ez 14 15 33 s8 ; topp. a*>, pass through and return, go to and fro, Ex 32 s7 (E ; '3 THf^ nytfD), pt. abs. those going to and fro Ez 3s 7 Zc 7 14 9". + b. c. 3 of river 2 S i9 19 + 15 53 (but rd. n?» We Dr Bu al.), of sea Zc io 11 , cf. Is 43 s ^66 6 , c. ^3 Nu 33 s (P), Ne 9 11 ; c. 3 of gates Is 62 1010 '; cf. *$$) PDJJ3 ^8 4 7 (Ges» 130 *). c. pt. abs. CTfpn the passers-through Ez 39 11 *, rd. prob. D , ")3$fI (JDMich Hi Co Berthol), v llb (Co rds. N;3rrnK; Toy del. as gloss), v 14 (del. ©<5 Co Toy Berthol). td. pass through between (P?) parts of victim, in covenant Gn 15 7 (J), Je 34 18 ' 9 . e. traverse c. ace. of expanse of water Is 33 21 (of ship). . a. pass along by ("?$?), Gn 18 5 (J; not

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c. tyfii tEx 34 6 (J); c. ace. +Gn 32 s2 Ju 3* (on other possibilities v. GFM), 2 K 6 9 ; abs. pass by Ex 33 s2 - 22 (J), 2 K 4" + 1 5 1., + (of wind) Jb 37 21 Pr io 25 and (of waters, =flow past) Hb 3 10 (cf. Jb6 15 ), Jb ii 16 , hence i?V lie Ct5 513 flowing myrrh (liquid, opp. hard = 'VCR 'D Ex 30 23 ); pt.=2>as*er-6y Mi2 8 Ez5 14 36 34 39 15 + 6 t. (Pr26 ,0 v.Toy),+n-lN"yis 3 3 8 ,t]-5Tn3»tLai 12 2" Jb 2 1 s9 Pr 9 1S + 80 13 89 42 ; pass by=overtake and 2>ass c. ace. 1 2 S 18 23 . b. /»as« by, 3 rei, ifr 103 16 (of wind). c. sweep by, of scourge (fig.) Is 28 161819 (cf. "Uyp 3). d. be past, over, of time, etc., Am 8 6 1 K 18 29 Gn 50 4 Ct 2 11 + 7 t. e. pass along (from hand to hand), only pt. inh& "U'y t|M big Gn 23 16 i.e. current money of the merchant (or, money passing over to merchant? Bu™ 1 * 1892 ' 3 63 ); "Oy «]D3 2 K 12 5 .