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h. nj? n.!*. 1 " 9 - 1 and (i K 18 44 Ko 8 ""- 1KJ ) f. t 33 v * dark cloud, cloud-mass, thicket; — J? abs. i K i8 M + , cstr. Is 18 4 Pn6 16 ; pi. D'ay Ju 5 4 + , niay. 2 S 23 4 V' 77 18 ; cstr. 'ay 2 s 22 ' 2 * 18 12 ; s£ V?y ^, 18 13 (but prob. deb, v. nay Qal ad fin.); — 1. dark cloud : a. rain-cloud Ju 5 4 Is 5 6 i K i2,» M + 9 t. b. as high Is 14" Jb 20 6 , +Ez 19" 3 1 31014 (rdg. niay, v . n'aj?). c . chariot of' IS19 1 ^ 104 3 ; covering his eyes Jb22 14 . d. casting shadow Is 25 s , cf. 2S23 4 . e. as swift Is6o 8 , and transient 44" Jb30 15 (allsim.). f. disposed by God Jb 3 6 ffl 37 16 . g. bo ']> Is 1 8 4 cloud of dew, dew-mist (sim.). 2. (cloud-) mass, D , i? n ?' 'y 2 S 22 12 masses of clouds (en- wrapping '») = ^ 1 8 12 ( v 13 v. supr.). 3 . thicket as refuge Je 4 s9 (perh. under Aram, influence). — ay Ex 19 9 v. 'ajj sub nay. 1. ay v. p. 713 supr. f [21J*] vb. denom. Hiph. becloud, Impf.

ms. ii'jrna-nK 'JTfS iE^a ay; La 2 1 (Bu a'yn). 

•mJ' (vof foil., cf. NH id. draw a circle, !Wy (circular) ditch/ Aram. TCNO t«&; Ar. I. »i 6e crooked, curved, bent, _Lc elephant's tusk, tortoise-shell). T njy n.f . disc or cake of bread ; — abs. 'y Ho 7 s iKij" cstr. njy 19 6 Ez4 12 ; pi. niJJJ Gn 18 6 Nu 11 8 ; cstr. nJJJ Ex 12 39 ; — bread-cake, made of n^D n»j3 Gn i8 6 (J), of noj? j K 17 13 , of manna Nu 1 i 8 '(JE ; vb. Tfo), of barley Ez 4 ,2 (sim.); unleavened, niSO niy Ex 1 2 39 (E ; vb. HQK) ; D'BYl 'y 1 K 1 9 6 cake of hot-stones, i. e. baked on them ; metaph. n3»n 'b 'V Ho 7" Ephr. is a cake not turned (i. e. burnt, ruined). —On 'y v. Benz*"*- 8 "- Now*"*- 1 - 111 Kennedy emt.bii,.bbad and S y n onyms, Ib. Ci ". t [^17] vb. denom. bake (a cake ; lit. make a cake of); — Qal Impf. 2 ms. sf. 3 fs. naajJJJI (so Baer Ginsb, > van d. H. nasyn) thou .shall bake it (on form v. Ko'- 496f - Ges'* k ) Ez 4". taSyQ n.[m.] cake;— abs. 1 K 17 12 ; '?.5& '° V' 35 16 mockers o/(for) a ca&e, i. e. buffoons, but © Che al. rd. 3}& (*$) U$. tjiy and (1 K 4") 3y n.pr.m. (orig. n.pr. div.acc. to RS BOT, - 91 - 2Dd ' d - 93 ); — Og, giant king of Bashan(i. e., peculiarly, of a country, v. ES lc ), usu.+ fWO (q.v.); Nu 2 i s3 (JE), 32 s3 (P), Dt ,4 gtA4.IIMI.il 4 47 29 6 3 ,4 J 08 2 10 o 10 J2 4 jgl2.SO.81 (prob.allD), iK 4 ,9 Ne 9 !B ^i35 n 136*°; @ Qy (r^BDtsW 47 )- aaw, a» v. ajy.

ns [ inJ7] vb. prob. return, go about, re- peat, do again (Ar. oy:, SLc return, do again, IV. restore, also say again, iterate, jjlc habit; Eth. /•,£: <itm about, surround, OflKG": ctrcutt, circle ,• Syr. Pa. »oL accustom, Ethpe. Aph. be accustomed, f&» usage, ceremong, £. festival (Brock), whence Ar. j^s id., as loan-word, Era 276 ; Palm. KTy usage'hzb 337 Cook 90 ; NH I}? , and esp. «"!?= BH, akoT? /esftVaZ, $ NT?; cf. prob. As. Shaph. uS-id, he solemnly affirmed D1 HWB32 ); — only intens. : Pi. surround (cf. Eth.), Pf 3 ms. sf. 7|R + 1 1 9 61 (cf. V«aD 18 6 ). Pol'el, restore, relieve (cf. Ar. iv.), Impf. 3 ms. nniy^, c.acc.pers.i//i46 9 (||npe>,opp.n:iy), 147 6 (opp. P'SB'ri). Hithpol. be restored, Impf. 1 pi. Vriyn?! i/,20 9 (+Dp, opp. i>S3; @ dmp&Utwln). Til? and (14 t.: Fr"* 268 ) "*, subst. a go- ing round, continuance, but used mostly as adv. ace. still, yet, again, besides : with sf. 'jniy (with appar. verbal form, like WN : Ol' 222 * Sta 1362b Kb"'" 4 -" 1 - 360 Ges i100 - 6 ), fDtsi 27 J0S14 11 1S20 14 , niy tGn 4 8 15 ^io 4 33 139 18 146 2 ; 11^ Gn 4 6 30 + 4t., f. Tjtt tiKi"; Vp Gn i8 M + 20 1. (never iniy), ttfp tiKi a , nniy tls 2 8 4 ; tfp fEx 4 18 Est 6 14 , 3 fpl. njniy tLa4 17 Kt (Qr 1 pi. W$S)} there occur also '?« niy 1 2 S 14 32 Dn 9 202 ', and DH niy fls65 24 :— 1. as adv. : a. (a) expressing coniinMcmce, persistence, usu. of the past or present, still, yet, Gn 18 22 moy WTffl DnnaSl and A., he was still standing before '*• (note oft. so wniy after cas. pend., 44 14 1 S 1 3' 1 K 1 2 2 Je 33 1 2 Ch 34 s ), 2 9 7 b^li DV.n my fn the day is still high, 31" ' ti oa'aK niyn, v 27 4s 3 EX4 18 9 2 NU19 13 Ju6 24 8 20 1K20 51 «0 «niyn; 2 Si 4 32 (but Ko'"- 658 ny), 18 14 ; Is 5 s6 ma: in; nijn ; 10 s3 nbj?^ aba Di»n niy still to-day (such is his haste) will he tarry in Nob ; 1 K 2 2 44 D'nan? Dyn my the people were still sacrificing, etc. (so 2 K i2 4 +); 2 S i* "a *vfa) my-b^a, Jb 27 s (v. i>a If); Mi 6 10 (v. i]lb end, and Ke ; but also We Now) ; La 4 17 the sf. is anticipatory, either of eyes (Kt) or our (Qr ©), poet, for «TJJ niy nib ; but Dys Lbhr al. rd. HD ny for % Bi 1 Wild simply niy. 2 Ch 14 6 rd. either Uniy (sf. 1 pi. antic, of U*Jfi?), or niy. Twice, peculiarly, tO niy still not (Germ, noch nicht) i.e. not yet (in class. Heb. CTJO), Je 40 5 3W^ OT Wniy, 2 Ch

33 raaa 1 ; u^an tsb avn niyi (the vb. fin. on 

ace. of t6). Sq. ), Nu 11 33 pa umy n'uo.n Dya mn " HK1 . . .' DfW0 the flesh was *<i«  between their teeth . . ., and (=whm) etc.,