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hv

hy not slander) upon his tongue, 2 S 23* by inbt31

  • ?te^, Pr 1 6 s3 - 27 3 i 26 Ec5 1 ; cf. D$# by kV?

or n"| by ^i6 4 50 16 ; Ez36 3b . Specially a. — (a) of clothing, etc., which any one wears, Gn 3 7 23 the tunic vby "IB>K which vf as upon him, Jos 9'iKi i"° Ru3 15 + ; Gn 24 30 38 30 2 S 13' 8 , of a sword 20 8 Ct 3 s ; so by rvn Lvi6 4 Dt22 5 Ez44 18 1CI115 27 18 7 (H2S8 7 b« : see p. 4 1 a) ; cf. rfft fty «b Lv 1 9" Ez 44 17 , and with '"V^n, below, 7 b. (6) With verbs of covering or protecting, even though the cover or veil be not over or above the thing covered, but around or before it (' upon ' referred to a side) : v. f33, np3, Trap, n?y ; Ne 2 8 iby naiun vibx T, cf. v 18 Ezr 7 6 - 9 giuui . Ex 2 7 n the veil that is ^^ p e ftg y ore ^ the testimony, 1 S 25 16 Uby vn nDin they were a wall about us ; by "I3D to shut in (or down) upon Ex 14 3 Jb 12 14 ; Ez 13 5 Jb 13 s7 26" 36 30 he spreadeth his light 1'by aiowi him. b. Of what rests heavily upon a person, or is a burden to him, Is i 14 rnbb 'by VH they are a cumbrance upon me, Jb 7 20 1 am a burden vy wpon myself, 2S15 33 (cf. with b« 19 36 ); by "133 to-be heavy upon, Ex 5* al. (v. 1?3); of sin, calamity, etc. Is 53 s Ez33 10 f 88 8 Jb 21 9 2 Ch is 5 28 13 Ec 6 1 8 6 (cf. 5 a/9); Lv 7 20 taN»til vby 2 2 3 : idiomatically, Gn 48 7 brn ty n'riD Rachel died upon me (i.e. to my sorrow), 33 13 vy rivy lp,3ni are giving suck upon me (i.e. as a care to me), Nu n 13 vy '33? they weep w/><wi me (vexing me), Ju 14 1617 19 2 (v. Be),

S 2 1 16 to play the mad man upon me, Je 1 2 n . 

c. Of a duty, payment, care, etc., imposed upon a person, or devolving on him, as by DE' to lay upon Ex 5 8 21 2230 (n§>), 22 s4 , cf. Gn 47 16 2CI135 25 ; with other verbs, Jb38 10 Dt24 5 26 6

K 15 20 18" 2 3 m Ne ic^Est I 8 9 2 '- 27 - 31 ; with 

'"IjX enjoin w^otj Gn 2 16 + oft., 3T13 prescribe to 2 K 2 2 13 ^40 8 , W121 castwpora iSi7 a, (v 21 T by), T by |TO (fig.) Gn 42 s7 2 K i2 ,a 22 s , cf. 1 K 14 27 , ary V io 14 , bba 37 5 > Tb^n 5s 23 , nps Jb 3 4 13 al. ; Gn 30 28 V!^ *P3b' n 3pJ fix thy wages upon me (name thy wages to me), 34 ,2-| L 1 b "IKD VV 13";? JJTOI multiply wpon me, etc., 2 S 19 39 (pregn.) whatsoever thou choosest (and layest) upon me; without a verb, Ju 19 20 'by TfifcHi PI only let all thy wants be upon me, Ezr io 4 ^ 56 13 TT7? vy thy vows are upon me (i.e. I owe them : cf. Nu 30 7 - 9 - 15 ), Pr 7 14 'by D'obf 'Hat peace-offer- I ings were upon me ( = were due from me); ]>erh. 1^62' 77 1 (to the charge of); with an inf. 2S18 11 nnb vVI and it would have been incumbent on me to give, etc., 1K4' Ezr io' 2 (accents [Baer], RV m ), Ne 13 13 , cf. Zc 1 2 2 (Ew EV m ) ; Nu 7 9 (P) the service of . . . was upon them, Ez 45 17 , so especially late 1 Cli 9 s733 23 31

Ch 2 3 bsib" by nxT Dbiyb, 8 15 24 s Ezr 7" 

Ne 1 1 23 ; Is 9 5 and the government is upon his shoulder (cf. 2 2 22 ), 2 Ch 25 s ; ^f 1 'K"by '??» my shield rests upon God (he has undertaken my defence), 62 s '1331 yfi D'nbN"by. d. by is used idiom, to give pathos to the expression of an emotion, by emphasizing the person who is its subject, and who, as it were, feels it acting upon him : ^42" why art thou cast down, O my soul, vV > W$ and dis- quieted upon me? v 7 my soul upon me is cast down, v 12 43 s Las 20 ; V--I3I 2 h? ^"?? 3 '55*35 vy b»33 IDS is my soul upon me'; 142' 4 »ffln 'by IBynna w hen my spirit faints upon me, 143 4 Jon2 8 ; Je8 18 Vr >ab 'by my heart upon me is sick, Jb 14 2222 (cf. Di), Hos n 8 '3b vy "jSiti my heart is turned (altered) upon me, 1 S 17 32 25 M Ne5 7 'by '?b -jbBJl and my heart took counsel upon me: cf. ^ 42 s I will pour out my soul upon me, Jb 30' 6 ; io 1 rntyn TV!? vy I will let loose my complaint upon me. (Thes apud me, mecum. The rend. ' within me ' alters entirely the point of view of the Heb. expression, and is incorrect.) Denoting with some emph. the subj. of an experience, Jb 30 2 nb3 H3S 10'by, Dn 2 1 his sleep 1'by nJTro was done with upon him (cf.Aram. 6 l9 'ni- , yrtt5) 1 io 8 'by tI»Tl?j nini (cf. 5" 7 s8 ): also, Tather differently, Lv i8 18b Je 49 20 Dnjj nn'by Blfc. »6 dx, Mi 7 13 j/ 9o 17b ; ijr 7 9 ace. to my perfectness upon me, EZI8 20 ; 22 3 2CI136 8 . e. 7V iTn to live upon (as upon a foundation or support; cf. I33 1 , and £i}i> M twos), Dt 8 3 onbn-by, is 3 8 16 (cf. Hi), Gn 27 40 ,Tnn Inn by upon ( = by) thy sword thou shalt live (cf. Kazwini" 17 ap. Tuch), Ez 33 19 , cf. v 26 . f. Of the ground, or basis, on which a thing is done, as Gn 24' nm nain by, Lv 7 12 if he offers it n"jin ?y on tlie ground of a. thanks- giving, Nu6 21 np by, v b Ezi6 15 28' 7 D118 25 ibsb by, 9 18 wrotro by (with JU this use is extended so as to denote explicitly on condition of). Hence (a) the basis being conceived as C