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Vyn Lv22 18 Nu6 14 ; t'v N'an Dti2 611 2 Ch 29 3132 30 15 Is 43 s3 Je 17 26 ; t'SJ 1W 2 K I6' 3 -' 6 2 Ch I3 "._nnby, nw» v . also r6iy sub I. ^v. ■fn. [nb^] n.f. ascent, stairway, ini^V Ez 40 26 Kt, 1-nibjJ Qr; rd. prob. SrbvQ (© Co SS h, Toy inby). t["^y] adj. upper;— fs. n^V J u i 15 ; pi. ni'py Jos is' 9 (opp. rvnrin, ni>nnn). tn^Ty n.f. (c.adj.masc. Je22 ,4 ,cf. Albrecht ZAWr, u r 8 96,.ffl K5 sr n t.}2 5 i^ roof . ehamber ^ NH ^ ) $ x ^Vl!, Syr. )tL£ (whence Ar. ilic dining- room as loan-wd. Frii 20 ' •); Sab. r>by DHM K >" gr - Donkm. 2;^ . — chamber on roof, cool and secluded : abs. 'y Ju 3 s3 - 24 - 25 (cf. Nes""* 13 ), 1 K i7 19a 2 K 4 11 ; cstr. fnpBn ]Vpj> Ju 3 20 , "Vfr'y 2 K 4 10 roof- chamber with walls (permanent); "^BTI 'y 2 S 1 9 1 , i. e. over the gateway ; HJSn 'y Ne 3 3132 i. e. at a corner of the wall; tn« '» 2 K 23 12 (prob. built by A.); sf. injpV i 2 (belonging to Ahaziah);— 2 Ch 9 l rd. Vr6y (cf. || 1 K 10 5 ); pi. abs. Cn}?'? ^vK Je 22" S2>acious roof- chambers; in Sol.'s temple ace. to 2 Ch 3*, so sf. fffa 1 Ch 28 11 ; more gen. Vni»pJ( J e 22 13 ; v 8 chambers in sky j> 104 3 , containing rain, v 13 . I-J^W adj. l^high;— ms. ,'y Dt 26 19 28 1 1 K 9 8 (1 rdg. '5n njn rrarf as ©L Benz) = 2 Ch 7 21 , of' ^97 9 . Z.jupper Bethho ron, 'y Jos 1 6 s , (V^yn 1 Ch 7 24 2Ch8 5 , <Ae wpper (opp. lower), of house Ne 3 s5 ; cf. 2 K 15 s5 2 Ch 23 20 + 5t., +Gn 40' 7 (uppermost basket); fs.HJVpyn the upjier pool 2Ki8 I7 = Is36 2 , Is 7 3 ; the highest side-chambsr (J$X) Ez 41 7 ; fpl. rWbyn 42 s tlie upper chambers (DiaB'p). 3. of Davidic king exalted above monarchs yjr 89® (cf. Dt 28 1 , supr.). fn.rt*?|> n.m. Highest, Most High (prob.= foreg.); — 1. name of God Nu 24 16 Dt 32 s >// i8 ,4 = 2 S 22 14 ^9 3 2 1 8 46 s 50 14 73 u 77 11 78 17 83 19 87 5 9 i 19 92 2 io7 ll Isi4 14 La3 35 - 38 ; with other divine names: ]vb)> bn G11 1 4 18 ->>- : »-»(v. Di) 1//78 35 ; ffa) IW ^7 18 47 3 ; jvby DV^K ^57 3 78 s6 . 2. of rulers, either monarchs or angel- princes, jiby. »Jf = tfnbti + 82 s . ibv'6 n.[m.] lifting;— ann; byba Ne 8 6 . nV^?3 ] n.m. 18156 asoent;— 'D Ne 12 37 ; cstr. r6yp Jos io 10 +i 4 t.; ftj[D Ez 40 s134 - 37 ; 1. ascemJ of hill or mt.: to a city 1 S 9", to the royal sepulchres (in Jerus.) 2 Cli 39*; rMW 'D Si5 30 (v. JIM 3); D'aipy'Dzs/S'cor/Mow-^ews.on S. border of Pal.. Ju r ,6 Nu 34 4 Jos 15 s (both P), i.e. prob. the Nakb es-safd SW. from Dead Sea Bunl G W gr.ie.e6 DL and Q F fa ad ]oc ^ and reff . oft def. by n.pr.Ioc: ffO^j 'D 15 7 18 17 , S. of valley of Achor, between Jerusalem and Jericho, cf. mod. TeVat ed-ddm Buhl Gw,erW ; v. also -pin Tt% i.l«, 11. Din, n»m5», 11. py. 2. of stairs Ez 40 3i.34. 37 . to a wall Ne , 2 3-. D >^n nbyo Ne 9 ??2 subst., higher part, only in adv. and prep, phrases, above, upwards (Ph. byo, v. sub HOD p. 641 : abbrev. from njyj?; cf. jyp in ?$»!> from n3y : Ko 11 - 116 ):— tl. SyBp= a&owe (v. [0 1 c) : a. as adv. Am 2 9 TDK'S} byrap ins hi s f ru it above (opp. nnno vents'), Jb 18 16 ; 1 K 7 3 - 2029 ; oft. in the phr. TRR tVOtfri Dt 4 39 5 8 (=Ex 20 4 ), Jos 2" 1 K 8 s3 Is 45 s Je 4 s8 ; cf. '» D'j?Pf ,/, 78 s3 Pr 8 s8 , 'D 8»Hj Jb 3 4 3 i s , "D btf 3 j 28 . b. b byBD, as prep. (JO 1 c), ora

  • fos top 0/, above, Gn 2 2 9 D'Xyb byOD above the

wood, Ex 28 27 = 39 20 , Lv 1 1 21 vbaib h>W B^Hf, Is6 2 lb byop Dnoy BVff, i 4 13 Je43 10 Ez i 26 Dn i2 6,7 ; = o>i higher ground titan, Je35 4 ; fig. Je52 32 (||2K 2 5 28 i'yo). . With n__ loc. n?yo, nbyo upwards (opp. noo p. 641): ta. fig. Dt 28 43 nbyp yty n^y; n?yp upwards, upwards, i. e. higher and higher (opp. HOD H120). fb. nbypi ( a ) of direction in space, Ju i 36 HPypj y?Bnp from the rock anrf upwards (cf. Bu), 1 K 7 31 (corrupt : v. Sta VB Benz), iS9 2 =io 23 n^yo) iOSU'p from his shoulder and upwards: so 'Dpi, fEz i 27 nX"ipp nbyc^ Vjrip, 8 2 43 1S . (6) of direction in lime, or "age: — (a) HPyoj nW Dn'fJ? |3»? Ex 30 14 Nu i 3 + 19 t. P, 'Ol Bhh J3D Nu 3 1522 + 6 t. P, simil. 4 3 8 24 + 7 t. P ; elsewhere only 1 Ch 23 s - 24 Ezr 3 8 , and with n^ypi)l f 1 Ch 23 17 2 Ch3i 16 - 17 ; 'oj.. .japp t2 Ch 25 s "; and 2 K 3 21 nnhn n?h bap 'Ol. f(>) '01 Wnn QVnO from that 'day and onwards, 1 S 16 13 30 25 . +(y) '0} Wl DVn JO from this day and upwards (i.e. and back), Hg2 1518 . tc. npyop upwards, more common than '0 alone (a): (a) Ex 25 s0 (= 37 s ) 'tJHB 'oi> D*W3, Ju 7 13 'o!> VTOBTM overthrew it upxeards, i.e. turned it downside up, Is 7 11 'Dp aajn fa or make it (the request) high upwards, 8 21 '®b PUSl, 37^1 ( 2 K I9 so) ns r ^ jn 'oi> (cf. Am 2 9 , 1 a), Ez 41 7 *" (v'° bis 'tb 'ob