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nnny fn.^Iiy n.pr.m. Eber (perh. eponym of Hebrews, form inferred from ,- )3Vi cf. re ff- there); — 1. 'son' of Shelah, and 'grandson' of Arpachshad Gn io 24 (J)=iChi 18 , Gn n 1415 (P); 'father 'of Peleg and Joktan io a (J; with esp. ref. to Joktan v 26 "-, i.e. to Arabians)= i Ch I 19 (cf. v 20 *), of Peleg specif. Gn i i 1(U7 _(P; with esp. ref. to Abr. v 26 ') cf. i Ch i 26 (see v 27 '); in Gn io 21 (J) Shem is called ^TW^ ^ > © E/3fp. — 'y Nu 24 24 perh. (si vera 1.) belongs not here (= &")?)) Hebrews, @ 'Efipaiovs, so Thes), but sub i.13JJ=the (land) beyond (the river),|| "KBte, so Di Kau. 2. a Gadite chief i Ch 5 13 , ® Q/3,8, ®L E&ip. 3. Benjamite names : a. i Ch 8 12 , ® Q/3>j8, ®L Afcp. b. I Ch S^foy van d. H. Ginsb; "13y Baer), © O0«ij, A Q^ijS, ®L A%>. 4. a priest Ne 1 2 20 ©L Aj3<8. j-i.^ay adj. et n. gent. Hebrew, either a. put into the mouth of foreigners (Egypt, and Philist.), or b. used to distinguish Isr. from foreigners (=<me from beyond, from the other side, i.e. prob. (in Heb. trad.) from, beyond theEuphrates (cf. Jos 24 2S E), but poss. in fact (if name given in Canaan)_/rom beyond the Jordan; cf. Ges! 2 » Sta» lb Kb'- 18 * f e >«-»«-' Kau •Eber'.„d-H„br«.r- J n J^HWB 332, 600 __Q n connexion of 'y (in wide sense) with Habiri (Tel Am.) v. Wlrl Gesch. lar. 17 ff. ; Sem. Studies in Mem. of Kohut, 605 ff. EMeV AegjpticitEbersnSgj- G] as er MTG I897 . !B<r - EgExp. Times H. 238 . Opp. Jastr »«-xI(iaB).lI8tT. g ay Monument. 188. 3S3 ^MM A..u.Kur.396)._ mg _/ y Gn 39 14 +; fs. "^3? Dt I 5» -Je 34 9 ; mpl. Dn3VGn 4 3 32 + , D'nzi'y Ex 3 18 ; fpl. ri'iaj) Ex i ls + 2 t., ni- 1"; word' not in P ; —1. adj. a. *13? B*K Gn 39 14 cf. v 17 (both J), 41 12 (E). b. nay e*K Ex 2 11 cf. v 13 21 2 (all E), Dti5 12 Je34 9M ;'f.Dti5 la Je 34 s . 2.n. a. Ex I 16 " 2 7 (all f.) 2« (all E), 1 S 4" 1 3 19 14" 29 s - b. Gn 40 15 Ex i 15 (f.; both E), 1 S 13 3 14 21 , Gn 43 s2 (J); esp. in B^ajH ^K Ex 3 18 5 3 7 16 p' 13 io 3 (all J); sg. onlyVn Q-QK Gn i 4 13 , *±X 'V Jon I 9 . — © 'E^paios, 'EPpaia, Gn 14 13 t31D$n Klo Bu HPS. •fn. v "03? n.pr.m. Levite name, 1 Ch24 27 ; © A/3m, A Oj3Si, ©L A/3ap«i. tn"1Dy n.f. ford, rare synon. of "OJjD, "1??^ < — aDS - TIJ 2 S 1 9 19 and they crossed the ford (v. -ay Qal 1 a) ; pi. cstr. "i3"]Bn TflXXg

S 15 28 Kt (Qr nianj)), so 17" van d. H. (but 

Baer Ginsb JTiaiJ Kt also), '35? preferable (so Th We Dr Bu Kit Lbhr HPS), the fords of the desert (HPS 17 16 n.pr.). Trn^y n.f. overflow, arrogance, fury; — abs. 'y Is 1 3 9 + ; cstr. rosy Zp 1 18 + ; sf. VTjaf Isio 6 +,etc; pi. nii3j| Jb 2 i 30 ; cstr. ni-oy ^ 7 7 Jb4o"; — 1. overflow, excess, outburst, finj 'V Pr 2 1 24 excess of insolence; 1|K nroy Jb 40 11 outbursts of thine anger. 2. arro- ^arec«, of Moab Is 16 6 ( + H1S5, pS3), hence Je 48 30 ( + id. v 29 ). 3. overflowing rage, fury: a. of men, Gn 40/ (poem in J), Am i u (both || f|K), Is 14 6 Pr 14 35 , im T 3y B3E? 2 2 8 (i.e. rod wielded by him in fury, v. also La 3 1 infr.), ^"liS l"li*uy yfr 'j 7 the outbursts of fury of my foes, b.' of * Ho 5 10 1 3 » (|| «|S), Hb 3 8 (|| id.), Is 9 18 La 2 2 + 90 911 ; + BJK Jiin Is 13 9 , || id. v 13 V' 78 49 ( + D5?!), 85 4 ; VmjJ Bfc Ez 21 36 (|| Djrt), 22 31 (|| j"d), v 21 38"; inisy t23B> La 3 ' (cf. Pr 2 2 8 supr.) ; ,r Yl3y Q y Is 1 o 6 (i.e. obj. of my rage), cf. irfoy in j^ 29 ; * may av Zp i 18 day 0/ Vj /wry (coming judgment), so Ez 7 19 (del. Co Berthol, after ®, as gloss from Zp) ; so .Toy tff> Zpi 15 Prn 4 ; rtnsy D* Jb2i 30 ; cf. rroy Pm 23 . ["Q^] v ^- denom. Hithp. be arrogant, infuriate oneself; — Pf 3 ms. "Qynn ^78 62 ; 2 ms. nilynn 89 s9 ; Impf. 3 ms. 13J?ri>l Dt 3 26 , nayM ^ 7 8 21 - 59 ; P<. i?yni2 Pn 4 16 '26 17 ; sf. inayriD 20 2 ; — 1. be arrogant, Pr 1 4 16 (opp. IfJJ). 2. a. ^>m< oneself in a fury, become furious, c. 3 pers. Dt3 26 f 78 62 ; c.DVpers.88 39 ; abs. 7 8 2159 (all of God); of man, c. ?5? rei Pr 26 17 . b. incite one to fury for oneself Pr 20 2 (si vera 1.; cf. De Ges 564f ).

  • □ <1 *1^y n.pr.loc. 'Abarim (prop, regions

beyond river or sea); — usu. 'Vn in Nu 27 12 Dt 3 2 49 (=ttj"W ; both P), and TJH ^H 33 « f>|^ i3;),v 48 (P); alone only D'layo^yxje 2 2 20 ; the mountainous district in NW. Moab, just NE. of Dead Sea, GASm Gw " r - 648,DdBBi Buhl G ** r - m ; © Ajiupup. {-'O'), but to fa tw nlpav Nu 33 <7 , eh to ntpav rijt 8aKa<rarjs Je 22 20 . — Vid. also sub D^V. )hay n.pr.loc. Jos 19 38 (© EX/3 y , A ©L Axpav); read probably fiay q.v. tnih^ n.pr.loc. a station of Israelites in wilderness, one march from Ezion-geber, on Gulf of AkabaNu 3 3 3435 (P); © (fyfywva.