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UTV Hb 2 19 , sword Zc 13 7 ( + ?5? against), wind Ct 4 16 , harp and lyre f 57 9 = 108 3 ; 1J? ^? Ct5 J my Aearf waketh (opp. t$?*). — Jb 4 I 2 Mai 2 12 v. supr. Niph. .P/. 3 ms. my?. Zc2 17 ; Impf. 3 ras. my.". Je 6 s2 Zc 4 1 ; 3 mpl. r^ Je so 41 Jb 14 12 , rftST Jo 4 12 ; — be roused Zc 4 1 (fr. [JD] sleep, in sim.), so Jb 1 4 12 (sleep of death, || «TR, »PJ); 6e in- cited to activity, c. fP loc. : of * Zc 2 17 , of nation Je 6 s2 , kings 50 41 , whirlwind 25 32 ; abs. of nations Jo 4". Pol. Pf 3 nu.TStt 2 S 23" + , TJ] consec. Is io 26 , 1 s. W^J») Zc 9 13 , sf. TVT^ Ct 8 5 ; 7mp/. 3 fs.">"».Vn Pr io 12 , 2 mpl. ITJfoFI Ct2 7 3', n^n 8 4 (fem. subj. Ges*" 4 *) ; /»»». ms. nfV^W ,/,8o 3 ; Inf.-r))) Jb3 8 ; — rouse, incite to activity, c. ace. pers. Zc9 I3 (+?y against), ace. CPNS-) Is 14 9 (subj. W$ v. Ges» 14M ); 'y ^nmarriK ^8o 3 (of '■<); ]tmb -ny B^ ' r i ^ n Jb3 8 ; esp. rouse, excite love Ct 2 7 3 s 8 4 (all j| Wyn ; fem. subj. v. Ges ! " 4 *); Wf$B 8 5 is dubious, of exciting love De, arousing from slumber Bu, so, reading VFJIty Siegf ; CJttTtJ 'yn n$$» Prio 12 hatred stirreth up strifes; c. ace. of weapon 2 S 23IP rouse, awaken, i.e. wield, brandish (+-'5? against), so read also v 8 (v.lV?n 1)= 1 Ch 1 i UM , so Is io 26 . — Is 23" v. "ny. Pilp. Impf. 3 mpl. nyjn Tatrngy.) is 15 5 , usu. expl. as=v-iymr ( w h. some rd.), rouse (i.e. raise ?) a cry of destruction, Ges comm.Th«. De Di Du Ges 572cc Kii > l m : "; ™ ; Pilp. not elsewhere, very dub. ; rd. perh. ^.W" ; Lag rroph.Ch.ld.IL Q he Q u K»a SS r( J ,y>jp, s hout,hut improb. with n|5J£. Hithpo 1. />/ 9 T!"^"! consec. Jb3i 29 and I was (joyfully) excited, triumphant, that (|| ncbS), so perh. Impf. 3 ms. Jb 1 f, rdg. "nVrn ^:-Sy Ian) Me Di Beer (MT 'y^! IP.C'S? ^i?J1 > i- e - be excited with displeasure) ; rouse oneself to activity, Pt. ?]3 P^nnb ItiynO Is 64°. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. "Vyn Is 41'*+; is. VlYVyn Is 4 1 25 (v. Ko 1 - 600 Ges S72x ), sf. ttnmyn 45^; Impf. 3 ms. ">T T Dt 32" + ,1^1 Dn u 25 , -iy>l Hg i 14 + , sf. Tflft ZC4 1 , etc.;'/mv. ms. m;yn ^35^; mpLwyn jo 4 9 ; /n/.mya (="Vjna) ^73 20 (Ges (5S ' 1 ); ifCJC Isi 3 17 + , sf. Dmytp Jo 4 7 ; — 1. rouse, c sf. Zc 4 1 (as if from sleep, v. Qal); rouse, stir up, to activity, 13i? mjp " 1 ?'3 3 Dt32 u ; c. ace. pers., or eqniv., expressed or implied, esp. subj. '»: IS45 13 ; c. ft? loc. 41 s - 25 Jo 4"; + ty against Is 1 3 17 , cf. Je5o 9 5i' EZ23 22 ; '£3 nrrns -vyn Je 51 u Hg i 14 1 Ch 5 26 2 Ch 2 1 16 ( + ?V against), 36 r2 =Ezr I 1 , cf. v 5 ; subj. also in foil.: nwB my; is 42 13 , "^ft 50" (+ !.] k fy; human subj., c. ace. pers. Jo 4", Dn 1 1 2 ( + flN in conflict with, 93 deWMeinh Behrm.cf.Bev.who thinks ntnp!' "^V poss.); perh. also, obj. croco- dile Jb 41 2 (rdg. WTJP v. Qal); taairt ina fjj Dn 1 1 25 ( + ?y against); esp. of rousing love Ct 2 7 3 s 8 4 (all || Pol. q. v.); fig. T# HVff ^ 57" / will arouse the dawn (|| Imv. Qal q.v.); pt. abs. = stirring up (a fire) Ho 7 4 (si vera 1.; cf. Ges 5,20b ; but text dubious cf. We Now GASm). 2. declarative or exhibitive sense, act in an aroused manner, awake, "DEE???? ^^pni nmyn yfr 35 23 , cf. Jb 8 6 ( + ^y over=forj both subj. ); abs.V'73 20 . f 1. "Vy n. [m.] excitement; — of terror, ni^n^ 'y J e i 5 » ; f rage (si vera l.),"vya K^K «6 Ho 11 9 , but St prop. ijn!) cf. We Oort Now GASm.— mya ,/, 73 50 v.my Hiph.— 11, m.^y v. p. 746 infr. "Hy n.pr.m. Hp (cf.my Qal Pt.);— 1. eldest son of Judah Gn 3 8 36 = 1 Ch 2 33 , Gn 3 8 7 4 6 1J12 Nu26 1919 . 2. son of Judah's son Shelah iCh 4 21 . — Vid. also Qal Pt. "1JJ supr. fi. "'"jy n.pr.m. a son of Gad Gn 46 16 Nu 26 18 , An&is, A&fci. . ^"|y adj. gent, of 1. '"$, c. art. as subst. coll. "lyn Nu 26 16 , ASSe.. Tpy n.pr.m. (si vera 1.) an Ephraimite Nu 26 s6 , but py Sam Ginsb 01 " 8 -, © E8 (V . t *2-y adj. gent, of H?, c. art. as subst. coll. Nu 26^, "9X9 Sam Ginsb 1 "" 8 -, ® E8« ft . tliy^ Kt, ^T Qr, n.pr.m. father of Elhanan the giant-slayer 1 Ch 20 5 (la«p) + || 2 S 2 1 19 (where read -vy for v y£, and del. D^IK, v.ThWeDrBuKitHPS). ' ■j" II. [>'] vb. be exposed, bare (akin to rny, Viy; Ar. ij°^£= pudenda); — Niph. Impf. 3 fa. ^ffe liyn r^ 4 Hb3 9 t'nio nakedness (i. e. utterly) t« i/ty bow laid bare, made ready; We prop.-niyri -iiiy (cf. 2 S 23 18 , 1.my Pol.), and so Now [from Vny, lay bare] thou layest, etc. T ["YiiyTD] n[.m.] nakedness, pudendum;— only pi. sf.'onniyp Hb 2 16 . t □ i Y , y, tD^y adj. and n.[m.] 1. naked; 2. nakedness '(/my Ew 423 ' 426 Ges s85t Sta' !295 > 327 *; > ^Diy (not Heb.in this sense) Ba™* 27 " Ko"- 84 ' 120 );— abs. Dmy Gn 3 ,011 + 4 t., tP$ Ez i6 7 + 2 t. Ez ; pi. D'a^y Gn 3';— 1. adj. naked