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bveny B*M]; thine age, prime (cf. I. *iy) JDMich Thes ; conject. in Hup-Now Che Du. 2. of men Ex 33 4 - 56 (JE). 3. in gen., as feeding pride Ez f x {^ '??, sf. ref. to silver and gold, v"). 4. trappings of horse i/' 32 s (De Hup, cf. Du), si vera 1., but prob. corrupt ; Che (after v. Ortenb.) *p!?S ^? v "■? D ^^ must be curbed it'Z 7 , A« cam be brought, etc. f^^Oty n.pr.m. (an ornament is El; cf. Sab. n.pr. '{>tny Hal 51 ' 2 ); — 1. a Simeonite 1 Ch 4 s6 , ©A ESu/A, ®L A&njX. 2. a priest 9", © A8ii;X. 3. father of officer, David's time 27 s5 , © 08ojA.— Cf. Gray*"*"-*'" 1 . t (^rPfy n.pr.m. ('< /tas decked himself); — . ,n H£ father of a Judaean captain 2 Ch 23 1 , © Afeia, A A8aia, ©L Adaiov (genit.). Elsewhere nnj? : 2. grandfather of Josiah 2K22 1 , © EStira, A 1*8180, ©L Ofiou (genit.). 3. a Levite

Ch 6 26 , © A(aa, A ©L A8(o).a. 4. a Ben- 

jamite 8 51 , © A/3ia, A AXaia, @L ASaia. 5. a priest 9 12 Ne n 12 , © A8oio(s). 6. two with foreign wives : a. Ezr io 29 , © A8a, ©L ASaias. b. v 39 , © Aoaiu, ©L A&omat. 7. a Judahite Ne 1 1 5 , © Of(e>o, ®L ASaia. t □"'.fYHy n.pr.loc. town of Judah in the nbsB> Jos 1 5 M , ©A ASio&ztifi, ©L Ayeddai^. i. my v. ny ii. in. my v. -ny. T" T" rmy],(N)ny v.ytj>. lm*# my v. my. i-ry, Stray, (l)rp-n> v. II. my. tfny v. Kiw. any v. rny. DWT? v. my. I. /1)7 (/of foil.; poss. = Ar. jic art equitably (so Thes), or As. ecWit, /mto). "hSiy n.pr.m. i Ch 2 7 29 , © Ada, ©L A«A«. II. /"T.J7 (/of foil.; cf. Ar. jic <wrra ai«'de, whence DsHJj = retreat, refuge, so Lag BN M , cf. j) r sm.p293 Buhl Geogr - 97 ). tD^iy n.pr.loc. old Canaanite city,® oSoXAap, with king Jos 12 16 (D), in the nW 15 36 (P ; @L ASoXau), cf. Mi i 15 Ne 1 i 30 ; (re-) built by Rehob. ace. to 2 Ch 1 1 7 (o8oXa/x); rnytp 'y (rd. rnso, rmn, v . rnyo sub I. -ny) i S 22 1

S 23 13 1 Ch ii 15 ; site prob. 'Id-el-Miye (Aid 

el-Ma), c. 13 miles WSW. from Bethlehem, v. GASm ' " 1 -™ Buhl ' *' 193 and reff.

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tiQ^-iy adj. gent. Adullamite;— 'y 55*K Gn 38', T, yn as subst. v 1220 . I. 1*7^ (/of foil.; cf. Ar. Jjlc mollifies, languor, etc., Frey (Kam.); Palm. Njny (good) fortune Cook 89 ; NH (WJ luxuriousness). f 1. []iy] n.[m.] luxury, dainty, de- light ;— pi. abs. D^y luxuries 2 S i 24 si vera 1. (rd. perh.D'?HD [v. HP] KloGrHPS); pi. sf. Je 5 1 34 he hath 'filled his belly VnjD /rom my dainties (fig. of Nebuchad.'s plunder ; Gie reads 1?*U|P); XGfRothst join with foil.: from my dainties hath he thrust me forth; fig. of delights of worshipping ' T3^ *8 f 3<> 9 (II IS* #D ; t [Hi*] vb.denom.Hithp. luxuriate (NH Pi. de%A< (act.), so Syr. ^L); — Impf. 3 mpl. ^21D3 OTJfQ Ne 9 25 and they luxuriated in thy great goodness ( + UW»1 «*$*[ &3t*»l). fn. ]"Ty n.pr.m. Levite name 2 Ch 29 12 (® Io>(a)8ax), 3 1 16 (® 08ou, ®L IaSav). tfrWiy n.pr.m. 1. man with foreign wife Ezr io^Ginsb; rmy van d. H. Baer), © Ai8o.«, ®L ESra. 2. Ne 12 5 , @K A8aj/or, ®L ESvas. tn2"Ty n.f. delight;— Gn 18 12 (sexual). tn3~iy n.pr.m. 1. a prince of Judah 2 Ch 17", ® £81-0(0)5. 2. a Manassite 1 Ch 12 21 , prob. (rdg. 'y, with Codd., for nans? ; van d. H. rung, ® ESra).— Vid. also t«iy. ti. [Vny] adj. voluptuous ;— fs. n}H$[ as subst. Is 47 8 , of Bab. personified, (thou) volup- tuous one.— myn iiny. 2 S 23 s , read -n« m.iy tt«n, || 1 Ch ii 11 Th WeDr, cf. Ginsb" ". fn. ^"ty n.pr.m. 1. in 'V 'JB, returned exiles Ezr 2' 5 =Nef , Ezr 8 6 , ® A8(8)w, H8(e)u>, etc. 2. a chief Ne io 17 , © H8(f)w, A8f tv . t N^"iy n.pr.m. Reubenite captain, David's time, ace. to 1 Ch 1 1 42 , ® A8(e)iva. t []"Tytt] n.[m.] dainty (food), delight ;— only pi.;— 1<$ TOP Gn 49 20 (poem) royal dainties; D % ?15?»^ D'J><*!J La4 5 those who ate (ace. <o dainties) daintily; more gen. RR} ^BfD?i) D'liyp Pr 29" he shall give delight to thy soul (|| 15?1).— TflXTSP, v. p. 588, also sub 1JJJ. II. 1*7^ (-/of foil.; cf. perh. As. edinu, plain (in word-lists), Scnr 0010 * 2 - 8 , DP' 79 '-; other views- v. Di Gn2 ' 8 ).