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W Gn 3 JW " (all pred.); as subst. concr. Ez 18 716 . 2. n.abstr. nakedness Dt 28 48 ; nnjn 'V naked- ness and bareness ( = naked and bare, of per- sonified Jerusalem), Ez i6 722!l9 2 2 19 . tDiiy, Qhy adj. naked (perh. secondary form from OVg Ew» 163c Sta !a27 *; or from -/rvjV , q.v.);— abs. Dhy Am 2 16 + 8t., D 1 ^ i S i9 24 +3t.; f. HBIJI Ho 2 s ; pi. D'tsnj) Gn 2 2S Jb 2 2 6 ;— naked Gn ^(J) i S 19 14 Ho 2 6 ; adverb. (Ges* 1 "" 1 ) c. TjVn Is 2o"- 4 Mi i 8 , cf. Am 2 16 Jb 24 710 ; =subst. concr. Is 58' Jb 22"; = without possessions Jb i 21 - 21 =Ec 5 14 ; of She'61, open before '*■ Jb 26 6 . t[D^n, Kb" 1 ' 121 ] n.m. naked thing;— pi. abstr. sf. DrVEnyD 2 Ch 28 15 their nakedness (denom. fr. foreg. Sta* 273 '; > Vo^y Ba NB » ,66b ). III. *nj/ (/of foil.; meaning unknown). -liy 99 n.m. Jb7 - 6 skin (NH id.; Ph. my Lzb 346 );— 'y abs. Gn 3=' + , cstr. Ex 34*" + ; sf. I13J 29 14 + , Hl» Je 13 23 , fTiy Nu 19 5 , etc.; pi. cstr. nnV Gn 2 7 16 + , nn^y Ex 39 M , sf. Dmy Lv 1 6 W ;— akin: 1. of men (55 1.), ^ rfyft Ex 2 2 2 » (E), WB 'y 34 2 » so cf.v 8S (all P); (dark) skin of Cushite Je^ 23 ; v. also Ez 37 68 La 3' Jb f 10"+ ; in hyperb. Mi 3"; ff liV Jb ig 20 " the skin of my teeth, i.e. gums (si vera 1.); also Lv 1 3 s + 33 t. Lv 13 (P), in tests for leprosy (v. esp. 1lB'3" / y v"- 3 - 4 ", cf. v 3 - 38 - 39 - 43 ); litf nya ity Jb 2 4 skin in behalf of, for, akin, appar. proverb, phrase of barter, = everything has its price (on varieties of interpr. v. Comm.). 2. hide of animals (44 t.), alw. — exc. Jb 40 31 — after skinning : Gn 27" (J); of sacrif. victims Ex 29 14 Lv4 u + 5 t. (all P); prepared for use (by some process of tanning, cf. Now Arcbl!42 ), sts. = leather : mate- rial of garments Gn 3" (J), girdle 2 K i 8 , any article Lvn 32 i^ v Nu3i 20 (P); covering of tabern.Ex2 5 66 + 10 1. Ex 26, 35, 36,39, of ark, sacred utensils, etc., Nu 4"+ 5 t. Nu 4. Dmy l8 3o'v.T3?-

  • [ti^^] vb. si vera 1., lend aid, come to

help (Ar. oli IV. aid, succour ; Sab. niy n. help, Sab Denkm 91 ; Nab. Sin. my in n.pr. Lzb 337 Cook 90 ) ;— Qal Imv. mpl. WGJ WW J04" but dub.; Gr Dr, plausibly, ^n ; Che ExlK »- Nov - iw,M6 ^3 (./t^M); ,-fly We Now. tttftjn (also Kt OH^) n.pr.m. (prob. he comes to' help, No z " 0ll<U86 '- 168 ; =Ar. n.pr.div. i '■- W„ Sklzien HI. 171 ; Held. 2, 146 TJg K 218 (cf. 8am I. 43) Nd% yet against this © Uovs (i.e. c.; not Iayovr, 4), and ^ (not J), Lag" "• 77: »" 13S Buhl"-- 4 " );— . son of Esau Gn 36 614 (both Kt Bty), v 18 1 Ch i 35 . 2. Benjamites : a. 1 Ch 7 10 (Kt B»y<). b. 1 Ch 8 s9 . 3. a Levite 1 Ch 23 10 - 11 . 4. son of Kehoboam 2 Ch 1 1 19 . — thfr v. supr., p. 222 b. t [Jll^] vb. be bent, crooked (NH id., Pi. Nithp!; Aram. n*S Pa.; cf. koL, jfcow deceive PS •*) ;— Pi. Pf 3 ms. sf. "JJWS? Jb 19 6 , imV Ec7 13 ; 3 pi. sf. Wl^y ^n 9 78 ; Impf.

ms. rny; ^i 4 6 9 Jb8 3 , i^j v 3 ; Inf. royb 

Am 8 5 La 3 s2 ; — 1. a. make crooked = falsify, scales Am8 5 ; pervert justice (BSipD, p"!S) Jb gs.3 g^u ^ a jj q 0( j subj.); c. ace. pers. subvert (i. e. deprive of justice), *1V}| Dnx 'yb La 3 36 , cf. V"9 78 ; so W? Jbi 9 6 ("• subj.)'. 2. tend, wia&e crooked, ti*$f) TJ5 ^ 146 9 ( subj.); in gen. Ec 7" (God subj. ; opp. fBP). P«- -P*- njyn Ec i 15 what is bent (opp. i'pJyi). Hithp. P/. 3 pi. consec. Vliyrir^ Ec 1 2 3 and the strong men bend themselves.

[nn^iy] n.f. subversion, i.e. deprivation 

of justice ;— sf. 'nnjy La 3 69 (opp. Vtffy- WW vb. very dub.; only in TVS)) njnb "9^ PlJ^TlK Is 50 4 usu. to Wjp, so Ges Del Di Ry^" al., but in that case an Aramaism (Aram. *niy = Ar. ii>U, q.v. sub &Q)) ; text prob. corrupt, ® Oort "> T 1891 - *» taf{>, and del. IST™; Klo Che ° m,n niy-£ 'teach, edify; Gr nij$£, Che Hpt - ni'nnj). "PrfiJ? n.pr.m. 1. name in Judah 1 Ch9 4 , Tuda (= n^njj Ne 1 1 4 ). 3. Ezr 8 14 , Ou&. ty, ti?, w» v. try. ty v. ear. TTtt^W *•[■*•] entire removal (redupl. intens. (Ges' 30 "- Sta SU4 *), abstr., V %] = Ar. Jjx remove, v. Bahr 8 " nb "« 8 Win"' 659 "- Me in Schenkel BLI - 256 ; > most, n.pr. of spirit haunting desert, Thes Di Dr H " , "* , - DB [a fallen angel, Lv i6 8ff - being late, ace. to Che 2AW " (1895) ' uat.Knqr.BI* who der fr t^-ny . c f. Benz K„ W .BIb.J ) as in Jewish angelology, where prob. based on interpret, of Lv 1 6 8t ; name not elsewhere) ; — 'y Lv i6 81010 - 26 in ritual of Day of Atonement, z=zentire removal of sin and guilt from sacred places into desei-t on back of goat, symb. of entire forgiveness. I. 3ty vb. leave, forsake, loose (NH id. - t 218 x (rare); Ar. ->j£ be remote, absent, depart, As. ezebu, leave, Shaph. usezib, rescue, cf. BAram. art?;— Eth. ^Ort-fl: widowed Di 973 ) ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'y Gn 24" + , sf. "J3TJJ Is 49 14 f 38";