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by (v. 3^, 33b, 3d); in Hiph. i K 20 33 by W^l rnrian, Am S 10 (cf. 1 a a), 2 S i 24 Ez 37" f 137" (fig.j, 2Ch3 614 (= ornamented with); Dt 28 61 (cf. Ex is 26 "); 2 Ch 20 34 the history of Jehu which ?$> n?yn was brought up upon (i.e. in- serted in) the book of,- etc. (cf. 32 s2 ; and 3n3 by supr. 1); cf. D'Otrrrby V HD3 wj> to heaven Exc^io 21 ; 17 16 . O. Expressing direction towards (not com- mon, exc. in sense against : v. infr.) — (a) with verbs of motion, projjerly of a person (or thing) moving to another so as either to stand above, or rest upon, it (cf. Pusey"" 1 -*'- 383 ), Ex 34 12 rrby X3 nnx "ispk pNn (simii, of a land, or place, 18 23 Nun 12 1K2 26 fjV^S 1.b nh:y, Ez 32' Je 3 18b 16' 3 2 2 26 , and after M0 or 3^n 16 15 22 27 23 s 24" [but bx 27 22 30 3 al.], Ez 29"; Qn40 B ^J?^P 1?T.™. 4 lIS ; 3 oS3 ^ **an 9 nrfip <o OT'eio my hire ; fiD K*E3 by X3 to enter in upon or beside a corpse ; JIB'S* by X3 Gn 1 9 31 Dt 25 s (usu. bx); Jos 3 16 & by tn? D '9, Ez 47 s

k 18 12 r;*p6 -ifx-by ^C!, ^ 19 7 ; 2 k 16 12 ; 
Ch 20 24 ; IS53 1 upon whom (coming from 

above) was a arm revealed? 62 10 by DJ 10'"in D'cyn orer towards (but 49" bx): but often it is dub. if this force is perceptible ; and in gen. by in such cases seems to be used merely as a syn.— perh. as a slightly more graphic syn. — of ?X (cf. p. 41); in the later language, also, it may be due partly to the infl. of Aram., which does not use ?X ; thus (a) with a personal obj., with assemble or be assembled, Ex 32 1 2 S 17"

K 8 5 11 24 2 K 22 20 (2 Cb.34 28 and usu. bx), 
Ch i 3 7 , nby Gn 3 8 12 Jos 2 8 1 S 14'° (v 912 fe), 

■UpiSl^v'to), X3 2 S i5 4 (v.Dr) iChi2 !3f -, NX' 2 K 24 12 , fVw 25 20 , yM Ju2o 34 - 41 (cf. Is6 ? Je i°), dj Is 10 3 , -]bn 22 15 (by . . . bx), sta 30 6 , n^e? 2 K 18 27 (by ... bx ... by: ||ls 36 13 by . . . bx . . . b«), Je 26 15 29 31 1 Ch 13 2 2 Ch

16 30 1 32 931 36 15 Ne6 &>M EZ9 6 , 3B>, OTftl 

Ne 4 6 JI 1 3 2 * (v. c), sq. ** by 2 Ch 1 5 4 30 9 , 3XTin 2 Ch 11 13 ; letters going 'b by Ne 2 7 6 17 * (v b bx). (|3) of jp/aces, Gn 2 4 49 2 S 2 !9 + |D' by to the right; within 1 S 2 11 iK 20 43 in , 3"by (2i 4 bx

S 15 20 "jbin 'jx iw by "]bin 'mo, Je i 7 Ez i 20 

(v 12 bx), T^n 1 K i 38 (v 33 bx), in: Mi 4 > (|| Is 2 - bx), Je 3 1 12 (by . . . bx), riu Ez 44 13 (|| bx), nby S24 23 2S19 1 iK6 8 (||bx),Ez4i 7 , X3 Jei 4 3 51 51 , (in by) X'3H IS66 20 ( 5 6 7 bx), IT Je 36 12 , nisn Pr2i', Ton 2S6 10 (||iChi 3 13 ba), jru Is29 12 (v"bx)Mii 14 3 5 Gn42 37 ,3B'n, 3K>, NU33 7 Je 11 10 (fig., rrbiy by), *35 13 Jb 34 is (Gn 3 » bx), Pr 26" Ec I 6 , 1 K 17 s122 (cf. 1S30' 1 bx). mnnE'n Lv 26 1 (prob.), Is 60"; pregn. Is 24" "113 by }BBX be collected (and delivered) into a dungeon: cf. by B>in Jb3i 6 (fig.), also to requite P^'by Is65 6 - 7Kt - (Je32 19 V 79 12 bx). After HX13 apipear, ^90" (by . . . bx). And as /aras,Mnto(nearly=iy)Gn49 13 hTYbyin3T1, Jos2 7 18 13 19 12 Je3i 39 Ez 4 7 18 48 2128 ^48" iCh 5 ' 6 . (6) With 1DX say to, 2 K 22 s Je 18" (by . . . bx), 22* 2 3 235 (bx . . . by), 36" 44 s0 (by . . . bx), n3T 1 S i 13 (Gn 2 4 46 bx), 1 K 9 5 Ho 1 2 n Je 6 10 io 1 1 1 2 (by . ... bx), speak to 25" (bx . . . by), 26 2 , cf. Est i 17 , 'i n3T iWl Je 25 1 1 Ch 22 8 cf. 11 10 , my 2 S 19 43 , trip Is 34 14 2 Ch

13 , W ^ 18 42 , JUD I K 17 20 , Tjy, IB' sing 

Pr 25 20 Jb 33 s7 , p'bnn Pr 29 s ty 3<> 3 bx), bbsnn

S i 10 , 3n3 2 Ch 30' Ezr 4 7 Est 8 a , ycB* 2 K 20 13 

(=Is 39 2 ), 22 13 Je 23 16 26 s 35 18 Hg i 12 ; v. also y&pn, prxn, pan, piann, b'sb'n. (c) Expressing (or implying) the direction of the mind, 2 S 1 4 1 DbBOX by "[ben 3b ; Mai 3 24 Ezr 6 s2 ; Ct 7" inp&ri 'by] (Gn 3 16 4 7 bx) ; Of byi3bjbi 8 (2 3 bx), iS2 5 25 (by...bx); Je 2 2 17 thy eyes and thy heart are only (set) upon (by) . . ., 1 Ch 12 17 1 K i 20 2 Ch 20 12 Tb? ,3 WJ'J (elsewhere bx), 1 K 2 15 DH^B ?6y 'by, >//i46 5 "" by nsb'; is io 25 nirbrirrby >sxi be (directed) towards their destruction, Je 32 3 ' (Gf Ew: cf. RV); cf. by iW look to (trust- fully) Isi7 7 3 1 1 . (The uses a, b, c are all exceptional : bx would be regularly employed.) (d) With the force of over and towards (cf. 5 and 7 a b, end) : j, 65 s by nb'by Xni3 ; to shine, etc. on, f 31 17 by ^"33 nyxn(Nu6 25 bx) ; by nx-i Exs 21 ; by ya'in Jbio' 3 ; 'pidbh by 'j'Jf Am 9 4 + (cf. Jb 1 4 s 2 4 3 34 21 ) ; by «Tpjpri look out over j/ i4 3 -f- . d. In a hostile sense, upon, against: so very often, after every kind of verb expressing or implying attack, as X3 Gn 34 MKr , 'l?^?. v 3 ", fpfp to be angry 40 2 , pb to murmur EX15 24 , IDy stand up Lv 1 9 16 + , Dp T rise up Dt 1 9" Am 7 9 , Dnb: Dt 20 10 , n:n iSn'f 27 s , nby

K 1 7 3 , *|x rnn Zc io 3 (usu. 3), nbbD ^B!^' Is 37 s3 , 

IIS besiege Dt 20 12 , 3BT1 to devise Gn 50 20 Je it '», 13^ Dt i 3 6 + , etc.: add Jb i6 4 - 491013 19' 2

27 3 o 12 , etc.; by .th 2 s 1 1 23 Xu 31 3 : ^by ysn 

(v. ?X 4); note also JU9 31 20 5 : without a verb