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nbyo

bv — higlter and higher), yjr 74 s ; fig. 'CD pi JTVil Dt 28" (cf. a), Pr 15 24 '»b D^n mfc ( pp. btef

nBC), c f. Ec3 21 ; sq. a noun, Ezr 9 6 EW '»b

over the head, sq. byp (cf. 46o<A 2 1 IP nbypb) = above, 2 Ch 34: v. also ba, 6 a. (6) nietaph. = exceedingly, only in Chr, 1 Ch 14 2 22 s the house must he huilt to J. 'OP b^in? so as to shew greatness exceedingly, 23 17 'ob *a"l *1 P.31, 29* (sq. JO; =zover and above . . .), v 25 2 Ch I 1 'ob WO^sp, 20"; nbypb ny, 16 12 17 12 2 6 8 . td. nbypbp (v. p? 9 a), adv., above (the more usual prose syn. of bypp) : Gn 6 16 njban npirbK 'D, 7 20 15 cuhits'D (i.e. above the mountain-tops), Ex 25 21 (40 20 ) 'o |ra«i by rrVaarrnK nnroi U pon the ark a6ow, 26 14 (36" 40 I9 Nu 4 s5 ) a covering of skins on the tent 'o above, 39 31 Nu 4", 1 K 7" 7 25 8 7 (2 Ch 4 4 5 8 ), Je 31 37 '» D?PB> 1^ DK (cf. 1 a), Ez 1 " 'D TKVfk separate above, v 2226 1 o 19 1 1 22 37 8 ; /row a&we, Jos 3 1S16 "O DH"! 5 n DMOT. fl. [n7yt3] n.f. what oomes up; — pi. cstr. MnV nibyp Ez ii 5 , i.e. your thoughts. . nbyO n.f. step, stair ;— 'o Ezr 7' 1 Ch

7 17 ; pi. nibyp Is 3 8 8 + , sf. Vibjjp Am g<, etc.; 

— 1. step, stair of temple Ez 40"+ 5 t. 40, and temple porch 40 49 ; of altar Ex20 26 (E) (for- bidden, cf. US " 01 "'" 1 ' 21 """ 1 - 358 ) Ez 43 17 (pre scribed); of house 2 K 9 13 , of throne 1 K 10 .20 87 CI19 1819 ; to the city of David Ne 3 15 12 2. steps (forming sun-dial, cf. Di 1 ") 2 K 2 o 9 - 91010 11.11..1 _ Is 38 8.8.8:8. 8< 3 stories of heaven Am

6 . l.ascentblltiEzrf. 5. nibpn(b) T>B» 

song of ascents, to the three great pilgrim feasts, i.e. to be sung on way up to Jerusalem, titles of W 1 20-1 34 + 84 s We al.— nby»n D*rsn lira

Ch 1 7 17 is crpt., v.Comm.* dloo (and on || 2 S 7 19 ).' 

j-i. M 7J7.PI n.f. water- course ; — 'n Je 30 13 + ; cstr. rfcyri Is 7 3 + 2 1.; pi. sf. fWibyri EZ3 1 4 ;— 1. a. water-course, conducted for irrigation Ez 3 1 4 ; hence poet., channel for rain Jb 38 s6 . b. conduit, 2 K 18 17 = Is 36 s , Is 7 3 , cf. 2 K 20 20 . c. trench, 1 K 18 323538 . fn. n^yj^l n.f. healing (of new flesh and skin forming over wound) ; — (fig.) Je 30 13 46". by, by (cf. K6 ,iMf ) i. subst. height (poet.) tHo7 16 by t6 O** they return (but) not towards (i.e. not God-wards), n 7 bybtO ,n *Hp? they (the prophets) call it (the people) upwards, (but) none striveth to rise; as adv. accus., 2 S 23 1 the man by Dgn (that) is raised up on high. With IP, b?B, fbyp ttBBfyl) (the) heavens above Gn 2 7 s9 49 25 ^ 50 4 (opp. nnnp Ex 20 4 . In prose bypp). II. As prep, upon, and hence on the ground of, according to, on account of, on behalf of, concerning, beside, in addition to, together with, beyond, above, over, by, on to, towards, to, against (SI 4 - 6 ; Moab. Aram. id.; Ph. by, and nby; Palm. Nab. by, Sab. 'by, Ar. JLe) ;— abbrev. from "by (cf. "bv., ny), which is preserved in poetry, Gn ^immm* Nu 2 4 6 - 6 Dt 32" Is 18 4 Je 8 18 Mi 5 6 La 4 5 1 K 20 41 Qr, Jb 7 1 Qr+ 10 1. 1//, 3 t. Pr, 15 t. Jb; with sf. by- Yfl, -I^y (t^n6 7 the Aramaizing form 'ybv) ; vby, 1 1 S 2 10 lby, nty • 1 pi. wby ; 2 mpl. Daby, tEx i2 13 Daby, 2 f p i. yby tEz

4 »; 3 mpl. DiT.by, 13 t. in Pent. Dn.bjj'Gn 45 1 ', 

etc. (Ki)"- 305 ), poet, toby Dt 22 23 + 11 t. +, Jb (perh. sts. sg., Ges* 103 '■*•); 3 fpl. ?nby, tLv 3 4.io.ib f^ ( on the appar plur fom of ^J| ) $?, etc., v. Ko"- 309 *, and cf. sub I?). . Upon, of the substratum upon which an object in any way rests, or on which an action is performed ; as fixrrby upon the earth Gn i 11 -* 7", etc., f 1 io 6 mi pN by over a wide country ; riDINH by upon the ground Ex 20 12 + oft., Am 7 12 naps rants by, is 1 4 2 '•> riant* by, f 137 4 133 npns' by (rants being properly ground, soil, is construed regularly with by, ABItO being very rare), more definitely *Jfi by rantcn Gn 6 l Nu 12* + oft.; DlpB by Lv 1 4 28 Je 45 6 (uncommon : usu. ?) ; Dt 1 7 20 Is 9 6 by iriappp upon his realm, 2 Ch i 1 ; CWS by very strangely Ho 11" (rd. D^naE'rn with ®: v. 7 C a 0) ; constantly after such vbs. as nw, a^, an, etc., Gn8 4 Ex ii 6 ; by ana to write (idiom.) on a book or other surface, Jos io 13 , etc.; by NX» go forth over Gn 41 45 Zc 5 s ^8i 6 ; with im, 'HPDJ, npa (fig.), to lean or trust upon: Gn 3 14 to go ^Ha by upon thy belly, 32 s2 to limp ia"V by wpcm. his thigh, 1 S 14 13 Ez 3 7 10 ; Ju 15 8 to smite ^ by pit? leg upon thigh, i. e. so that the scattered limbs fall one upon another, Am 3 15 . And with ref. not to a horizontal surface but to a side, Lv i 5 + by pTJ to pour against the altar, 1 K 6 518 to build against the temple, Jos 10 27 , etc. Fig. Ex 23 13 let it not be heard *pB by upon thy mouth (in our idiom, upon thy lips, as Pr 22 18 ), ^ 15 s fafey by b3"5 SO he slandereth not (i.e. prepares