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748 nVy (1 crpt. for) V$g3$ spider (q.v.; cf. S" 4100 );— 'V npn i|f 140 4 a viper's [1 spider's) venom is under their lips (v. esp. Che and reff.). by v. nby. by v. III. i>?y. t N?y n.pr.m. in Asher i Ch 7 39 , QXa. p2L?l Y only in jtapjP'DS q.v. p. 3 h supr. J7J7 (7of foil., cf. jy?,and v. esp. Lag* 1 "-""- Nu z«o »« 0887).™^ who cites Man(J w l, N y T [^vl , J adj. speaking inarticulately; — pi. D'3;>y |WJ> IS32 4 (© ^MlCovacu ; Lag Lc -). lf vb. go up, ascend, climb (NH T t 890 v W.; MI 38 ™; Ph.r6y; As. eZd; Ar. £«; Z and Syr. in der. species ; cf. perh. Eth. AOA: (for AOOA: 02V0A: Di 54 ); Sab.<?y=Ji DHM ZMQ mrt.4M | cfg , n ^j, = Jj]i gab Denkm 91 );— Qal zy. 3 ms/y Gn io 16 +; 3 fs. nnby 4 o 10 +; nrby Je 14 2 1 S i 52 ; 2 ms. l?by Gn49 4 +, etc.; Imp/.

ms. nSy; 2 6 + , by: 44 ™ + , fjgj j 3 > + ; s f. n^y; 

IS35 9 , etc.; 7w/. ais. HPy Gn46 4 + 2 t.; cstr. mby 3 2 25 +,etc; low. ni>Jj 35' + ; ft. ^ No 2i ,; +,pi.^y : Gn 44 17 +; Pt. n^y 3 8 13 +; rbsy Is24 18 +, pl.D^y Gn28 12 + ,etc.;—l. of per- sons, go up, ascend, in local relations : a. from low place to high, c. IP, D^PP Gn 45 25 (E) + 6 t. ; tf-iTO pxo Ex 1 3 18 (E ) + 3 t. ; t ^>?3p Ezr 7 6 8 1 ; fTf'n IP Jos 4 161719 (P); -mD(.Tf)o Ct 3" 8 5 etc. b. out of a place, c. IP, Y^^ n ?«? 1 S 28 13 ; ixanp 2 S 1 7 21 ; nnan (*jta)p i s 2 4 18 Je 4 8 44 . c. c. ace. of place whither : a city ?KJY3 Gn 35 1 - 3 (E); ya^-lNa 26 23 (J); a mountain inn Nu 1 3 17 (JE) Dti M + ,etc; abed Gn 4 9 4 - 4 (J) 2 K i 416 , gate Ru 4 '; D^(n) Dt 30" 2 K2" Am 9 2 + 4 1.; c. -by, in(n) *>K Ex 1 9 23 34" (J) 24 1618 (P) + 5 1. P; DipprrpK Dt 17 8 , DPBTT btt Ezr 7 7 , Is 2 3 =Mi 4 2 ("VI bit), c. ace. loc.-l-"' - ^ (v. 2 b) Je 3 1 6 , of going up to Jerusalem (from a distance), etc.; c. b to, D^ehT^ Ezr I s (from Babylon); no? 1 S 25", etc.; c. *iy unto, ?na~iy Nu 3a 9 (J); tc. 3,-iy nnsa 2 S2 1 (constr. praegn.); 8W D'ViD 1 Ch 1 4 n (dei. 3); 'Tiaa J u i 3 . d. to sacred places, Ex 34 24 , c. ace. tWP JV3, from palace 2 K 19" 20 6 - 8 23 s 2 Ch 29 20 34 30 Is 37 14 3 8 2J Je 26 10 ; noa 1 S 9 ,3 - ,4,9 ; c.?K, DM^mn^xEx24 13 (E);

  • TWU 1 S 1 7 (3 dittogr.); ni.T" "V13 yf 24 s . e. c.

ace. Til h the W "V t0 + Nu 2 1 s3 (E) Dt 3 1 Ju 8" iS6 9 2K 3 "; n?y»Je 4 8 s ; npin Jo 2 f. ascend, climb, c. 3 by, a ladder Gn 28' 2 (E), Ez 40 6 ' 22 - 49 , etc.; c. ?J? upon, altar by (3) steps, of priest, Ex 20 23 (Gi; van d. H. v 26 ; E) the roof Jos 2 8 Ju 9 5! , bed ^ 132 3 ; I'T"?? on his hands

S 14 13 ; 3y TI03 by Is 14" (|| ^ '3313^ bco), 

etc. 2. go up, in personal relations: a. to meet or w'st«, c. ?N pers., Gn 44 17 ' 2434 45 s (J) Jos io 4 - 6 (all with implication of ascent), Dt25 7 (to gate of city), +; ct?ypers.,Gn38 12 ( + nloc., up to Timnah); ntnpb 46 M (J) Ju 6 s5 2 K i 3X7 . tb. go up unto (?£) God, on a height, DWNn ?K Ex 1 9 3 (E) 1 8 1 o 3 '; IW ?N Ex 2 4 1 (E) 1 9 24 3 2 s0 - (J) Ju 2 1 558 (to war) ; ^ Ex 2 4 12 (E) Dt 10 1 ; unto Deborah Ju 4 5 . c. go up, in war, c. PS against Nui3 31 (E) Ju i 1 12 3 1 S 7 7 Is 36 10 (=?y 2 K i8 25 ) + ; oftener c. ?y, 1 S 14 10 Ju 6 3 1 5 10 1 8 9 1 K 1 4 s5 + ; c. by + K?P Jos 2 2 12S3 (P); c.a, Is7 6 Je 4 8 18 ; c.|>,Hb3 16 ; + nabob Ju 20 18 + 3 1.; + ron?D3 1 8 2 9 9 ; nonpari (n)?ym_ 1 K

2 35 = 2 Ch 1 8 M . d. go up after, c. nn« = follow 

1 S 2 5 13 1 K 1 35 ' 40 . e. go up, depart, c. ?5?P (q.v.) 1 S6 20 Gn^ 22 35 13 (P) + , subj. ni33Ezn 2324 ; =witltdraw, retreat, 1 K 1 5 19 2 K 1 2 19 Je 2 1 2 , abs. 2S23 9 ,andsoread||iChn 13 (v.Dr 8n '). t3. of animals, go or come wp : abs. frogs Ex 7 s8 (J)8 2 (P), quails Ex 16 13 (P); lion Is 35"; fox Ne3 25 ; rise up, fly up, eagle Is 40 31 Je 49 s2 ; c. IP, cattle out of water Gn 41 231819 Ct 4 2 6 6 , lion |T}»n ;i«ap Je49 19 =50 44 , 133DP Je4 7 , from prey Gn 49 s (J) ; climb up into (3) houses, locusts Jo 2 9 ; frogs, on (3) persons Ex 7 29 (J); c. by, of cattle, sexually Gn 3i 10ia (E); locusts upon the land Ex io 1214 (E) Jo I 6 . t4. of vegetation, spring up, grow, shoot forth : trees Is 55 1313 Ez47 12 ; |Vp*p Jon 4 s ; grass Dt29 22 Am 7 1 ; ears of grain Gn 41 623 (E), also Gn 40'° (E) Is 5 6 32" cf. aim. 53", Ho io 8 Pr 2 6 9 ; ib H D^aCDp Pr 24 31 all of it grown up with thorns, Is 34 13 ; fig. HP Dn 8 38 . 5. of natural phenom., go up, rise: dew, Ex 16", i.e. disappear (P); 'y IN TWrd Gn2 6 (J), cloud 1 K 18 44 Je 4 13 ; "in^n 'y dawn,etc.Gni9 15 (JE) JU19 26 iS9 2f, + ; amoke Gni9 28 Exi9 18 (J)Ju2o 40 + ;fire6 21 ;flamei3 a) ; stench Is 34 3 Jo 2 20 ; incense Ez 8"; wellNu2i 17 (E); waters Je47 2 ; Nile Je46 78 Am8 8 9 s ; c. by, of ovei-flow Is 8' + . t6. of inanimate things (instead of passive construction), abs., shock of grain (to J"^) J» 5 s6 ; of "^ij (covering bones in Ezek.'a vision) Ez 37 s ; c. by, of gar- ments upon the body Lv 19 19 (P) Ez 44 17 ; razor on head Ju 13 5 16 17 1 S 1"; yoke upon oxen