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f^cy b. in heaven IBhi? 'D Dt 26 15 cf. Je 25 30 (|| Dn»), Zc 2 17 Vr 68" a Ch 30 s7 . b. in temple JV3 '» ^ 26 s , WVO 2 Ch 36" (only here alone).* 3. fig. of' as abode of his people, 'D "TOf ^71', 'D alone 90 1 91 9 . — 'o 1 S z as! is unintellig. (v. Conim.), poss. rd. J^VD (eyeing [enviously], v. p» denom.) Klo HPS.'cf. © Bu. njitfa Zp 3 7 is difficult in context, © We Now rd. n'Jpyo (cf. Jos 9 23 2 S 3 s9 ). fn. pJ?Q n.pr. 1. loc. in Judah Jos 15 55 (P), iS 25 s (© Mann, Mawv), now Main (Buhl Geop.i63 and reff ^ 8 mi i es g of Hebron ; hence 'O nann 23 24 - 25 - 25 , so rd. also 25' (for MT pss) © Th We Dr Bu Klo Kit Lbhr; cf. 2. m. in Judah 1 Ch 2 46 •*, © MtwK, Maoiv. 3. gent. Ju 1 o 12 named with Sidonians and Amalek as ancient foes of Isr. ; poss. intended by writer as = D'OiyD q. v. p. 589 supr. ; many read fj"10 (® BA ©L MaSia^) ; v. GFM.— fijn? v. ^3 n ; 3 |ij)tp p. 1 1 1 supr.; 1 Ch 4" v. D^SH? p. 589. tr"Oi?ft n.f. id.; — 1. den, lair of wild beasts' of TB|, inj'yD Am 3 4 , so pi. abs. ni3iyn Jb 38 40 (|| naDJ, s f. nniivo v 104"; cstr. nijyn JlinK Ct4 8 ; vni'VD Naa M (|| vnh; of nn«', fig. of Nineveh) ; of n;n in gen., faftl n'rt)iy»3 J° 37 s (II 3 v^) j so appar. fig- of men, hunted by *, WrwtyD J e 2 1 13 , fig. also of '> dwelling in temple, sg. sf., li'? a iroiyo ^ 76 s (|| iMO), 2. fig. D^ *r^S n JJ"? Dt 33 w </;e anct'eni GW is a dwelling-place (for his people ; cf. I. pyo 3). "hnJiyQ n.pr.m. name in Judah iCh 4 14 , © Ma(a))va8fi. t[n3iy] Qr, [TtTV] Kt n.f. only sf. Ho io'°: Qr pi. Drtiy Baer, eg. Droty Ginsb; > Dffry Kt ; but rd. Drfliy, v . ity 1 a. p. 730. pi? Kt rSi8'v. ^y. "V*)V v. sub I. my. fL *W vb. fly (NH id., (r&ie) flicker, flutter, e)iy fowl; Aram. NBiy, JaoiL id.; Eth. /*¥: trf-. - Ar. <_ il£ augury, from birds (cf. ■yy e Heid.2,«fi^ f or t un e, t—i.c, >_ilc 'practice au- gury, 1 »ilc augur; also 1 >jc, 1 — i^e-fly about, of birds);— Qal P/. 3 mpl. «V1 consec. Is 11"; Impf. 3 ma. tf9J Jb 20 8 V9 lS + Pr2 3 6b Qr ( > Kt fjiyi [van d. H.], or^'yi [Ginsb]) ; *0 2 S 22" = -f 18 11 , Na 3 16 , nvh Is 6 6 ; 3 fs. ^"(n) Pr 23 6m Kt (v. infr.) ; 3 fpl. nrp>n I s 60 8 , etc.; /n/. c«<r. *|W Jb 5 7 Pr 2 6 2 ; P<. fs. nay Zc5 12 ; pi. nisy Is 31';— 1. a., fly, of birds Dt 4 17 , specif, of swallow (in sim.) Pr 26' (|| 70) ; of seraph Is 6 6 (cf. Pol.) ; '» riding (33"l) on cherub 2 S 22" = ^ 18"; roll (in vision) Zc 5 12 ; arrow V 9 1 ' "> oi swift army Is 1 1 14 (under fig. of bird, sq. ID??) Hb i 8 (sim. of vulture) ; fig. of ships (like cloud, or doves) Is6o 8 ; W in'33: ^vyi* Jb 5 7 make high to fly, i. e. make their flight high, soar aloft (sim. of irresistible tendency), b. hover (protectingly) IS31 6 (birds, sim. of  ; on sense cf. Dt32 n ). %-fly away, to a dis- tance, ^ 55 7 (fig. ; || "1*13 P'O'lK v 8 ) ; ss vanish, of locusts Na i 16 (fig.); nvg&n f|«p 1W| Pr 2 3 5b (Q 1 *) s ' m - °f riches (v. Toy); of wicked Jb20 8 (Don?); end of life, in gen., nay?! ^90'°.— *pynn Pr23 5 * Kt, do thine eyes fly (light) upon it 1 (TV?!] Hiph. Qr dost thou cause thine eyes to fly, etc. ?) is difficult, and line perhaps not original (v. Toy). Pol. l.fly about, to and fro ; Impf. 3 ms. 1?^ of birds Gni 20 (P); seraphim Is6 2 ; Ft. *]BiyD f|T& flying fiery serpent Is 14 29 30 6 . 2. cause to fly to and fro, brandish, Inf. cstr. sf. 'BBiya 'a'ln Ez 32 10 when I brandish my sword before them. Hithpol. Impf. 3 ms. qsiyiT ejiya D"1133 Ho 9 11 like a bird their glory shall fly away. Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. Qr, v. Qal ad fin. Fj'iy TO n.m. On4017 coll. flying creatures, fowl, insects; — 'y abs. Gni^H-, cstr. v 2l +; — 1. fowl, birds, Gn 40 1719 (E), 7 s (J), i">** (P), 1 K 5"+ ; esp. (38 t.) D^n 'V fowl of the sky, Gn 2 1920 (J), i 2628 - 30 (P), Ho 2 s0 Ec io 20 + , carrion birds 1 S 1 7 4446 2 S 2 1 10 1 K 14" + 1 1 1.; Dnn 'y ^50", r?o 'y Is 16 2 , 'y k.^o 3ii>33 j e

s7 ; redundantly HJ? 'y fowl of wing Gn i 21 

(P), + 78" (for food) ; for food also Lv 7 26 (P), 17 13 20 25 (both H), cf. Lv 11 1346 (H, clean and unclean) ; for offering Gn 8 20 (J ; linen 'yrt), Lvi 14 (P). 2. winged insects (clean and unclean) y^S"^? ^hr) 'yn y-p Lv n 2021 (H), 'yn 'B» Dt 14 19 , so prob. 1HJ alone v 20 ; *SH 'V tf^fj ysis ip-na'K Lv 1 1 23 (H). T[H?>?y] n.m. Je9 ' 1T eyelid(NHjrf.; from fluttering 1) ; — only du. cstr. (v. infr.) and sf. 135555 Jb 16 16 yr 132 4 , 1'sysy Pr 4 ss 6 4 , etc. ;— eyelids, usu. nearly = «y«s (6 t. || D^'y), as weeping, W'Bysy Je9 17 ; closed in sleep ty 132 4 Pr6 4 , cf. of nwjjtf Jb 16 16 ; looking Pr 4 2S cf. 1//11 4 (of testing men); used seductively by wanton women Pr 6 s5 ; raised, in arrogance