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rhv I2 3j.m.m 2 Kr6" 2 Chi 6 2 p" i S 2 2 ?y mby ' by cms roto f5i !1 ; elsewh. rutD by niby 'jm Ex 40 29 (P) Jos 22 s3 1 K 3 4 g 25 2 Ch i 6 35 16 Ezr 3= Ez

,s , "re b nwi> nib 'jm Dt 27 s Jos 8 31 1 Ch 
40 2Ch8 12 Ezr 3 3 . 
Hopli. Pf; — 1. be carried away, 3 fs. 

^^5?^ Na 2 8 . 2. be taken up into, inserted in, 3 ms. r6jfh 2 Ch 20 34 (-IBD by) (pass, of Qal 6). 3. 3 ms. be offered, of ID Ju 6™ (raton by). I Hithp. lift oneself: Impf. 3 ms. ?yn^"?K Jegi 3 against (him that) lifts himself but cor- rupt ; either rd.~?N, let him not, etc. (3£23 Hi Gf GieRothst), or del. bx (® Co Hpt ). t J173? n.m. leaf, leafage (v. r6y Qal 4) ; — 'y Lv26 36 +; cstr. nbj? G113 7 8 11 ; sf. vhy Je i7 8 +; pi. cstr. 'by Ne8 15 + ; sf. nbv Is i 30 ;— Zea/ leafage, of various trees Gn 3 7 8" Ne 8 15 ' i5.io.is.is. g leen j e j^s^ flourishing Pr II 28 ; hut usu. fading Is I 30 34* 64" 1 Je 8 13 Ez 4 7 12 fi 3 ; driven leaf Lv 26 s6 Jb 13 25 ; mpTtflJl nb fe a / /o/' healing EZ47 12 . T vj? n.[m.] pestle (as rising before the blow);— Pr 27 s2 . "*hy n.pr.m. Eli, priest at Shiloh iSi' ( + v 3 © Th Klo HPS), v 912 +28t. 1-4+ 14 3 1 K2 27 ; HX«. . H7V n.f. whole burnt-offering (that T 286 > which goes up(V6) to heaven (al. on altar)) ; — 'VGn22 3 +i4it.; n^iVNu 28 37 +3 3 t.; cstr.nbjJ Ex 2 9 42 + 27 t., nMv Nu 28 24 + 2 t.; sf. y$B ^ 20 4 , etc. ; pi. nsby Jos 8 31 + 42 1., rhy Gn 8 20 + 3 t.; nV,»Dt2 7 6 ,n6iyAm5 22 +; sf. t>ymby Je 6 20 + , etc.; — the whole burnt-offering (beast or fowl) is entirely consumed and goes up in the flame of the altar to God expressing the ascent of the soul in worship. All of the victim is laid on the altar except the hide and such parts as could not be washed clean. If beast the 'y must be a male without blemish Lv ,3.io 22 i 8 .i (j of herd or flock . if of flock> either sheep or goat ; if fowl, either turtle- dove or young pigeon Lv i 14 , the latter usu. offered by the poor t 5 7 12 8 14 s2 IS"-"** Nu 6 1011 . A lamb was offered by individuals Lv 1 2* Nu 6 14 , and by the nation at the "U$ offer- ing Lv 23 12 , and daily at the "li?3n n?y 9 17 Nu 28 s3 2 K 16 15 EZ46", and at morning and even- ing Ten rbv Nu 2 8 3 , tTt?ri(n) n|# Ex 2 9 42 Nu 28 S • I0 •"' :!:, • S4 ' !,1 2Q 6 " 16 "- 22 - 25 - 28 - 31 - 34 - 38 Ezr 3' Ne io 34 EZ46". These were doubled at the n^

TO® Nu28 10 h» and his sons tEx29 18 Lv 8 18 9 s A ram was offered by Aaron 16 35 ; but a young bullock was of greater value Nu 1 5 8 - 24 2 S 24 M = 1 Ch 2 1 23 , at consecration of Levites Nu 8 12 , so calves Mi6 6 ; on great occasions bullocks + rams Nu 9$ U * MM , bullocks + rams + lambs Is 1"; one of each kind offered by tribal chiefs Nu jIuwmmmuumummw i n ritual of t^jh(n) fy) Nu 28 14 29" and at niSD and Pentecost 2 bullocks, 1 ram, and 7 lambs were added to daily offering Nu28 111927 ; at offering of new bread at Pentecost I bullock, 2 rams, and 7 lambs Lv 23 18 ; on the 1st and 10th of the 7th month and at niVJ? I bullock,

ram, and 7 lambs, in addition to the offerings 

of new moon Nu 2 9 2 - 8 - 36 ; the system culminated in 70 bullocks, 14 r;ims, 98 lambs for the 7 days of Tabernacles 29 13ff - Ace. to Ezek. the prince was to offer on each of 7 days of niSD 7 bullocks and 7 rams Ez 45 23 , and on Sabbath 6 lambs and I ram 46 At the reconsecration of temple 70 bullocks, 100 rams, and 200 lambs were offered 2 Ch 29 s2 , and at the return of exiles 12 bullocks, 96 rams, and 77 lambs Ezr 8 35 . In early times whole burnt-offerings of children were sometimes made, e.g. Jephthah's daughter Ju 11 s1 ; Isaac proposed as, Gn 2 2 2 but ram substituted v 13 ; made to other gods N

K 3 s7 Je i9 5 + . The 'y was anciently made 

on any altar used for worship, but in P con- fined to fnbyn rata Ex 30 58 31 9 35 16 38 1 40*- .29 Lv4 7.10.18^.26.30,34 j Qh 6 34 I 6 4 ° 2 I 2629 2CI129 18 (not in other lit.); rf?yb mtO Jos 22 29 i Ch 22 1 . The offerer imposed his hands on head of animal, then slaughtered it Lv i 45 ; t'j? tint?

!4.33 6 8 ? 2 p 12 ^13.19.31 Ez ^39.42 ^11^ and flaye d 

it t'» Ci^an Lv i 6 2 Ch 29 34 . The priest washed the pieces EZ40 38 ; arranged them on the altar above the wood Lv6 5 ; the fire de- voured them v 2 - 6 9 24 1 K 18 38 2 Ch 7 1 , they went up in the flame nwb nm nn (?) Lvi 913 - 17 8 21 Nu 28 13 ; pv~jp, according to character of offerer Is 56 7 Je 6 20 ; see also + 20 4 40 7 51 18 1 S 15 22 . Phrases : +'» n^yn GnS^Ex 32" (J) 24 s (E)

9 40 29 LVI4 20 I7 8 (P) Dt I2 1314 2 7 6 J0S8 31 2 2 23 

Ju 6 26 20 26 2 1 4 1 S 6 1415 7 910 io 8 13 91012 2 S 6 1718 24 2425 1 K 3 416 9 25 1 o 5 2 K 3 W 1 Ch 16 240 21 23 31 29 s

Ch i 6 8' 2 9 4 23 18 24 14 2 9 7 - 27 35 

J6 14.16 Ezr 3 2 - 3 - 6 Jb i 5 42 s V' 66 15 Je 14" 33 18 Ez 4 3 1824 Am5 ffl (cf.nbn9); t'v mrEx 2o 24 (E);'j?i> Twy Lv2 3 12 Nu6" 15 s4 29 s9 ; t'l* "&? Lvs'V 23 jgli.SO j 6 24.24 Nu 6 16 g 12 , ^.S 2g i J) t , 2 27 J u ^16 i K 8 64 2 K 5 17 io 24 - 25 2 Ch 7 7 Ez 43 s7 45 1 " 3 4&' li.IJ.II. + /Jf 3 S-lj,n L v ^8 9 16 io 19 23 37 N u 2 8311- 19.27 29 8.1S.36 j C ' n , 6 1 Ezr 8 3o £ z 46 4 ; / y C, y^