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P» < Hiph. Qr Bu. Hiph. P/. 3 ms.Tjn 2 k r? 15 Mai 2"; *iyn Gn 43 s ; 2 ms. n'Typ Ne 9 94 ; nrft?n Ex 19 23 ; 1 s. 'rfryn Dt 4 M Je 42 19 ; 3 mpUTyn Ne 9* etc.; 7mp/.^*l 2 K 17" Zc 3 6 ; 3 fs. sf. >3TJ!FI1 Jb 29"+ 15 t. ^apfU-/«/.-a6«-" l J?9-Qn 43 s +4 t.; Imv. ^y^ Ex 19*' + 2 t. Imv. P<. "vyt? Dt 32 46 .- — 1. testify,, bear witness, c. sf. against one 1 K21 1013 ; in favour of Jb 29 11 La 2 B (Qr); c. I'? Mai 2". 2. cause to testify, take as witness, c. ace. pers. Is 8 2 Je 32 1025 ' 44 ; call as witness, invoke, c.acc. jnsn nsi D'EBTI nx -r 2 again*/* Dt 4 26 30 19 31 28 ./ 3. protest, affirm solemnly, warn: subj. men, abs. Je 6 10 Ne 1 3 15 ; c. 3 pers. Gn 43" (J) Ex 19 s1 (E) 1 S g 9.9 j K 2 « 2 Q h 24 19 Ne 9 26 j 3 21 Jg 42 19 Am glS. exhort solemnly, admonish, charge, '» subj., c. 3 pers., Ex 1 9 s3 (J) Dt8 19 2K17" Ne 9 29 - 30 Jen 7 -" Zc 3 s >// 50 7 8 1 9 ; enjoin solemnly, c. 3 pers. + ace. rei nilj? 2 Ki7 ls Ne9 34 , Dnm Dt 3 2 46 . Hoph. P/. 3 ms. "Ijnni consec. Ex 21 29 (E) impers. and protest be entered, c. 3 pers. fin. [my] n.f. only pi. MT testimonies (always of laws as divine testimonies or solemn charges);— pi. abs. JV7JJ Dt 4" 6 20 ; sf. (of '*), ♦rty x// 132 12 (Ges 591 -), vrf-rs Dt 6 17 f 25 10 99 7

  • , VrrtTJ? 78 56 J ftpS pji II9 »2.24.46.59.79.9i.ll9.125.

i 38 .i46.i5 2 .i , 67.i68( MT pointing artificial, der. prob. fr. HViy, reading JTiy for n*lV, or regarding mj? as contr. from niny , pi. of WIJ [Sta» 320b SS Buhl] ; v. also Dr m 4 ' 46 ; Dt 4* 6 17 ' 20 are redactional). t/YTiy and mjl n.f. testimony;— '5? • 19 V 27 abs. Ex i6 M + , cstr. V i9 8 +; pi. sf. fOVjg 119" + , vn^V Je 44 23 + 4 t.; — 1. testimony of the Ten Words on the tables as a solemn divine charge, T»l rihb Ex 31 18 32 15 3 4 M (P), 'yn 25 161 " 4O 20 (P); ark as containing tables, 'PH |hx 25 s2 26 s3 - 34 3 o 6M 39 3S 4 o 3 - 6 - 21 Nu 4 6 7 s9 (all P), Jos 4 16 (JE;Kuen' r Grt[ag.himDi],8oBennSteuernag), '£> pan Ex 3 i 7 (P); abbrev. 'Vn »Jb£ 16 34 30 36 Nu I7 19 - 25 (P); '3?n i>y Ex 27 s1 (= 'j?n Lv 24 3 ),

8 Lv i6 ,3 (P); tabernacle as containing ark 

of testimony, 'yn ptp'o tabernacle of the testi- mony EX38 21 Nu i 60 - 53 - 53 io 11 (P); so 'yn 5>ni< " 17 2223 i8 2 (P) 2 Ch 2 4 6 . 2. the code of law in gen. (late), as a testimony of God : 1// 19 8 1 19 86 122 4 ; || ni> 78 s ; ||ph 81 8 . In titles, - ^y 'y JBhtf yj, 6o 'y tM»"EO^ 8o'= melody whose first line cp. law as testimony to a choice flower. Special laws of the code are denoted by pi.; +rrip>n e tc. 1 K 2 3 2 K 23 3 = 2 Ch34 31 (+D'pn etc.), Je44 ra ; D^Hetc. iCb.29 19 ; ni^ONeg 34 ; pi. of contents of covenant 2 K 1 7 15 ; pi. elsewh. yjr 1 1 9 H.31.3«.99.1U.129.1«.157_ y id a l s0 m pnjj] _F r nnyn 2 K 1 i I2 =2 Ch 23" rd. prob. Tfrvpfn ( c f. 2 S i' 10 We al.). Trn^iyn n.f. testimony, attestation; — . testimony, prophet, injunction, || rnifl Is 8 1620 . . attestation, Bu 4' {> fixed usage Buhl LM ).

1. [HI,!/] vb. bend, twist (so Ar. Uyfi); — 

Hiph. Pf.l s. t*Bp Is 2 1 3 >//38 7 ; P<. cstr. HSp Pr 1 2 8 ; f. cstr. r$£ 1 S 20 30 (but rd. rny? ® We Dr SS Bu HPS); — be bent, bowed down, twisted, || nne* V38 7 ; II ^B3 Is 21 s ; nb niga Pn 2 8 on«  perverted of mind. Pi. P/. 3 ms. niy, subj. '< : — La 3" my paths hath he twisted; U] Is 24 1 its swr/ace wiM Ae distort (|| H? n Pi? 3 ')- Hiph. Pf. 1 s. VJJSP "^ Jb 33 27 the right have I per- verted (1| Non'); so 3 pi. nrn-ns iiyn Je 3 2 '. fi. illy n.f. distortion, ruin ; — i"ljy rny njowt njg Ez 2 1 32 (cf. Vn. is 24'). • □ >i yiy n. pi. abstr . distorting, warp- ing (for *a*%ffy',— 0<yjj rvn Is i 9 » temper of distorting, i.e. warped judgment. t ">y n. [m.] ruin, heap of ruins ; — ']} abs. Jb 30 24 , cstr. Mi I 6 ; pi. V*V (Aram, form) 3 12 , but Q'jy in the quotation Je 26 18 , and ty 79 1 . tiya n.[m.] ruin (si vera 1.);— "y» HJTH npBD consec. Is 17' Damascus shall become a ruinous heap (but del. 'D ® Lag Che SS Buhl). II. TV)}/ (•/of foil., cf. Ar. ijyi err from the way, Eth. 0??: err ; distinct from I. my, cf. Lag" 1 - *"■ Dr 1820 - 30 Gerber 90 ). t py n.m. b 22 ' 14 iniquity, guilt, or punish- ment of iniquity; — 'y abs. Ex 2i 43 +; jiiy 2 K 7 9 f 5 1 7 ; cstr. fi? Gn i 5 16 + ; W 1 Ch 2 i 8 ; sf. •Oiy Gn 4 13 + (2 S'i6 12 read ^y3),'^iy Ho 9 7 + ; ^iy ^i03 s ; njiy Nu 15 31 (Ges S91e ), etc.; pi. n«^y abs. x// I30 3 + , cstr. Jb is^+j rtty abs. x|/ 65 4 , cstr. Lv 16 21 + ; sf. V^?^ Is 42?, Q^niiy Nai^+.etc; alBoTJ^Eza8 B ; U^Ib64*+, etc. (SS doubt all these); — 1. iniquity, Jb 15 3 20 27 Je 11 10 14 7 16 17 La 2 14 Ez 7 13 ; || nNtsn 1 S 20 1 Jb 1 3 23 Is 5 18 43 24 59 2 Je 5 25 16 10 La 4 6 ,3 Dn 9 16 H04 8 1 3 12 ; || yE>B Jb u 1 ^! 33 + 107 17 IS50 1 53 s ; || notPN Ezr 9 6 - 713 ; njn Jb 22 6 Ho 7 1 . a. "Tiy? 'y Jb 13 26 iniquities of my youth; 3"in 'y 1 g™ iniquities calling/or the sword; (D^'pS 'V 3 1 11 - 28 iniquity for (to be punished by) judges; brtiy 'ne* Ho io 10 (so rd.Vrss Hi al.); 'y3 »3