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s0 ; Ju 1 6" -pby BVvbs the Philistines are 

upon thee, 20 9 b"ii53 iJyV Against it by lot ! . By writers of the silver age, by is sts. used with the force of a dative, i Ch 13 2 Ott 310 OZph% (in classical Heb. D3fltt) if it seems good to you, aio ?jb»n by DK fNe 2 5 - 7 Est i 19 3 9 5 48 7 s 8 s 9" (cf. in Aram. Ezr 5 17 7*); ISB' by V' 16 6 (cf. in Aram. Dn 4 24 ) ; by 3TJ) + 104 s4 (elsewhere b) ; by VI Ec 2 17 (v. De ; cf. by W3 Dn 6 13 ) : ccmp. Jl) 22 s by f3D be profitable to, 33 s3 ; also 7? ?D3 (in both good and bad sense: v. bea), Ne5 19 by n'cy, 9" by ^B>0 prolong (mercy) to; by *ipn ran Ezr 7 21 9 9 (Gn 39 21 J«): 1 S 20 8 rd. prob. Dy for by. Cf. ITish. by 3'an, dear toy by »JD hateful to; Syr. ^£ y*~Zi, "%J±. ^iaao, pleasant, acceptable to. — Comp. in gen. the uses of L?, W AG "- S59 . . With other particles:— *%» by EZ41 15 ; ^ by Ez 19 11 (cf. bx 3 1 1014 ); 'JB? by Ez 4 o 16 ; bye by Ez 41" (txt. dub.), v 20 ; ijy by Ex 25 s7 (cf. bx Ez i 9 - 12 ); nas-by Est 9 26 (v. p. 462).— On v-by, "T-^y, »B by, 'ja-by, v. T, na, d^s. III. As conj. : a. "i2 i »« /y because that . . . (cf. above, II 1 f b), Ex 32 s5 and '» plagued the people lB>y "lEW by because they had made, etc., Nu 20 24 Dt 29 s4 (in answer to fie by. S01K9' Jei6" 22 9 ), 32 6151 iS2 4 6 2 S3 30 6 8 8 M 12 6 b. '3 ?y similar in meaning, but less fre- quent : tDt 31 17 Ju 3 12 Je 4 s8 Mai 2 14 ^139". c. by alone: (a) because, tGn 31 20 (E) 1«1 '?? ^, f 1 , 9 « 6 Kb by. (6) notwithstanding that (above, 1 f /), although, t Is 53" «b by n'try Den although lie did no violence, Jb 16 17 'saa ocn a'b by. IV. Compounds: — 1. with 3 (rare and late), a. as concerning, as upon tV' 119 14 by| P^'b?, 2 Ch 32 19 . b. (pleon. for ?), fls 59 1 ' 8 D&) by? nibe? bya <Ae »* f their deeds is </ie like of (that which) he will repay (by3 repeated on the anal, of 3 Nu 15 15 Ho 4": v. 3) = according to their deeds is (that which) lie will repay, Is 63' according to. . • 5 y o 304 from upon, from over, from by — used with much delicacy of application in many different connexions, corresponding mostly with the different senses of by. Thus a. from upon idiomatically, when removal, motion, etc., from a surface is involved, as nOVXn bye, WWW »» byofrom upon (the face of) the ground, usu. with expel, destroy, perish, etc. G114 14 6 7 f Ex 3 2 12 Dt6 15 28 2ua + oft. esp. Je and compiler of K; to be lifted up bye ym Gn 7 17 Ez i 1921 + , to return or be dried (of water) pxn bye Gn 8 3 - 7 "- 13 ; to roll a stone y$3% ** bye 29 3 ; of the cloud departing bye bnsn Nu 9 17 12' , cf. Ne 9 19 ; to rise up bye nbsh ju f> 1 k 2 4 , 133^0 bye 2 S 1 1 2 ; to alight (bw) bean bye Gn 24 s4 (cf. Jos 15 18 rav, 1 S 2 5 2 ' TV), rus-ien bye TV j u4 15 2K5 21 (baj); to take «M> bye Gn 4 o 19 2 S 12 30 , nsien bye Lv

12 Nu 17 11 Is 6 6 ; to see 33H bye 2 S n 2 ; to 

shoot neinn bye v 20 - 24 ; to speak rn'asn bye EX25 22 Nu? 89 ; to cast down D)T bye Dt9 17 Lv 8 W (D?33) ; to break, remove, etc., a yoke ("PWV) 1C3B' bye Gn27 40 Isio 27 Je28 1011 ; to wipe tears D^B-ba bye Is 25 s ; to take a bandage VS? bye 1 K 20 41 (cf. by v 38 ) ; often of putting off a garment or ornament, as Gn 38 1419 n^yc ns^yv nprn, Ex 33 s l^yi? f^g Tfin, a sandal Ex 3 5 Jos 5 16 , a ring hj bye Gn 41 42 ; to seek (Ehl), or hear, words "lEBPl bye I s 34 16 Je 36" (cf. 13D by 3D3 above) ; pregn. with fiP3 to wear away (and fall)/roOT off, Dt 8 4 29 4 ,. cf. of the bones or skin in disease Jb qo 17 *OXy • l» - t-: $Q TS? are pierced (and drop) from off me, v 30 'bye ine> niy is black (and falls) from off me; fig. 1S1" ^byo !JJ« n"pn remove thy wine from off thee ; Nu 14 9 Dnbyo obs ID; Ju 16 1920 vbyo ID '» (with allusion to the hair, as the seat of Samson's strength), I S 1 6 23 (cf. by in v 16 ). b. Of relief from a burden or trouble : as of a plague, stroke, rod, etc., removed from (resting) on one, Ex io 17 njn nierrnx 'bye -ip;i, Nu 2 1 7 25" Ifc* bye naaan nsyrti ( 2 S 24 21 - 26 ), f39" 1|?3 ^y» ">pn, r jb 9 34 T i 3 21 J02 20 ; of reproach Jos 5" Is 25 s ^ 1 19 22 , inicjuity Ez 18 31 Zc 3 4 , bloodguiltiness, i K a* 1 , wrath Ju 8 3 Nu 25 11 Pr24 18 , murmurings Nui7 21 ' 25 ; bye bpn to lighten from upon one Exi8 2 * + ; Am5 a TTB* Itoq 'H'O npn ; pre gn. Jon 1 »•" that the sea UvVD phip^ may be calm ^-<»ra off us ; to remove, etc., "JB bye ( v . D*Jf); i S 6 20 to whom shall he go up W'.bye — not merely ' from us,' but — /r<wjwponi<s(relievingusof his presence), so often of an army retiring from a country or raising a siege, 2 S io' 4 fiey 'J3 bye 3ff aSfh,