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yv f in. |"[V n.pr.terr. (prob. associated by Heb. with I. fiy) ; — district in which lay garden of '♦, home of Adam and Eve : rj??"fl V®' Gn 2 8 , river 'VB NX' v 10 , 'Vnp-Ji? 4 16 - 'JTfa 2 16 3 2SM (all ® E8€^); cf. 'STUI Ez'36 36 Jo 2 3 and '»| Is 51' (|| 'Hi), all sim. of fertility ; D^Vf? * Ez 28", O'nWi jaa -itsto 'y <xy 3^ 'y <xy v 16 - 18 - 18 (@ Ez Jo t) rpv(j)rj ; Is jrapa'8«aor). tpy n.pr. (1 urb. et) terr. conquered by Assyria (prob. = iv. |"J5?; pointed HV, to differ- entiate from m.'y, cf.WMM A,u - Eur ®");— 'JPJ3 2 K 19" (© vlois "E8ep)=Is 37 12 (in Telassar), 'yalone Ez27 23 ( + n331 |"jri); prob. = {Bit-) Adini on Middle Euphrates Schr C0T2K1, - ls Dl Pl "»'•.— 'V n'l.v.p. 112. jTg, rmy v. iy prep, sub I. my. nyjy v. njny sub 1. py. myny v. n. "ly/ny. sub II. -ny. t t : _ I [*) TJ'] vbi remain over, be in excess, syn. of niD q.v., only PH (NH id., Aram. T"1V superior (to) ; Ar. >_i ,*£ 6e profuse, iv. Zei aWn veil, or curtain, etc.; SjJi plentifulness) ; — Qal Pt. *ni>? TO? Ex 26 12 </ie surplus (of cur- tains) <Aai remains over, so f. l" 1 ?'^'? v 12 , and l^tyn as subst. v u <Ae excess in (3) length ; I^Vn = iAe surplus of food Ex 1 6 23 , of price of field Lv 25"; '5? D , 3*iyiJ ^ose over and above, Nu 3 46 - 49 , cf. v 48 (no "7f). Hiph. Pf 3 ms. fl^yn Ex 16 18 have a surplus (of manna ; opp.^Dnn).

1- [']<*'] v k. prob. (si vera 1.) help (Aram, 

loan-word, Syr. j^, X "H5? (rare) = Heb. iry q.v.; > Thes, assuming mng. arrange, order); — Qal Inf. cstr. "ftfe 1 Ch 1 2 M (Baer Ginsb ; van d. H. v 33 ; this mng. also © 33) ; but< Codd."ifj& (cf. v 182223 , van d. H. v 17 - 21 - 22 ), so Kau Buhl ; Pt. pi. cstr. rD-iyn nny v 39 (van d. H. v 88 ), rd. T)J> (q.v. v 34 ) © Kau; see -py. T7N'H"ty n.pr.m. son-in-law of Saul (iippar. Aram, name, my help is God = Heb. PS'-ity q.v. - so Ne Am,Jour - Sem,L *° 8 ' , " la8 * 7) ' 173 HPS cf. Gray Pro ' ,N - 3M ; cf. OAram. W CIGann JA.. 1883, F.,.-M.r.. 139, So.. S J._ lS , gl9 (©Al^X. ©L E8p»jX), 2 S 2 I 8 (® 2cpu, A E<r8p», @L Efpi). til. ["n^ vb. hoe (NH ii; so Ar. (in Syria) jXs-, jjJ-*-« pick, hoe, Cuche (i«.xj«-» also Dozy" 101 "); cf. Fl KlSchr -" li28 ); — Niph. Impf. 3 ms. *n£ N? Is 5 6 t'tf (the vineyard) sAa/Z not be hoed (|p»£); 3mpl. }*rj£ i^g 7 25 which wsed <o 6e Aoed w>i<A <Ae hoe (subj. D , "} ! ?$). t"Hy?3 n.[m.] hoe Is 7 s5 , v. foregoing. till. [TT^] vb. Miph. be lacking, fail (Ar.Jj^c remain or lag behind); — Niph. Pf, all c. tO, 3 ms. Dn? i^SJ 1 S 30" not anything was lacking to them ; "^V? none was lacking

S 17 22 Is 40 26 ; of  Zp 3 1 he doth not fail; 
fs. rTJ^J?3 Is 34 16 no wild beast is lacking. Pt. 

f. rn^yj Is59 is truth has become lacking. Pi. Impf 3 mpl. T$J Wft &> 1 K 5 r they left nothing lacking. ti.TT.y n.m. 0n29 ' 2 flock, herd (NH «.; Aram. KVjI; n © r<z8fp Gn^ K (=■% v 21 ) v. Lag BN761 ', who assigns 'y therefore, plausibly, to III. "ny ( ,Xc), as lagging, loitering) ; — 'y abs. Gn32" 17 +, cstr. Ct 4 1 + ; sf. ill)? Is40 u + ; pi. frrjJI Gn 29 2 + , cstr. Tjy Mi 5 7 '+ , etc.;— 1. flock': a. of sheep, |*C 'SGn 2 9 2 (J), Mi 5', TBI 'y Jo i 18 ; cf. Gn 2 9 2 - 38 30 4 (all J), I S 17 34 Je 5 1 23 Mai i 14 ; || |N2f Ez 34 12 (sim.), Pr 27°; 4-ron3 2 Ch 3 2 28 ; B^fTjn 'y Ct6 6 = 4 2 (ins. prob. '" I ^ 1 ); sign of desolation Is 17 2 32 14 (nyip 'y), Zp 2 14 Je 6 3 , of peace 31 24 ; in sim. also Mi 2 12 Je 31'°^ 78 s2 ; fig. of Isr. Is 40 11 Je 13 20 (|| JKS), HOT 'y v 17 , so niy Zc io 3 . b. of goats, DVyn 'V Ct 4 1 6 s . c. undefined Ju 5 16 Jb 24 s Ct i 7 . 2. herds, flocks and herds : a. incl. sheep, cattle, etc., Gn 32 >7.i7-".i7.2o^ cf- v n. all E y b. specif. "^3 'y Jo i 18 .— Tjr^?'? v. p. 154 supr.

11. "H.y n.pr.m. (cf. Nab. n.pr. my= Ar. 

Ji6 Lzb 337 );— a Levite 1 Ch 23 s3 24 30 , © Ai&ad, HXa, A ®L E8e/>. t in. "^7.^ n.pr.loc. in extreme S. of Judah Jos 1 5 21 , site unknown; © Apa, AE8pai,@LE/3fp. t [~n£] n.pr.m. a Benjamite, *TJJ 1 Ch 8 15 ; © Q8,8,A Qdtp, ©L Adap. t [nttny] n.f. lentile (NH nB'iy trf. ; Low No - 140 ; Ar. J,Ii ; on formation v. Lag 8 " 60 );— pi. °'V~}V : growing 2 S 23" ; art. of food, 2 S 1 7 23 Ez 4 9 ; 'y T12 Gn 2 5 s4 ( J) pottage of lentiles. my v. to. T— T

(-/of foil.; cf. Ar. t ^i, ^li 6« 

dbsent, hidden, of sun, set / iJU hidden place, thicket, wood, so Syr. o^sL ; hence obscuring clouds, cf. NH 3y , Aram. N3<y cloud{s)).