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D 1 ?* 761 fl. [0/#] vb. conceal (NH id., der. spec); — Qal Pt.pass. WO?5? tygo* as subst. our secret, i.e. hidden sin (|| nbij?). ITiph. Pf. be concealed, of wisdom, 3 fs. M'J?? i""????- Jb 2 8 2 '; of a fact or condition, D?V? 2 Ch 9 2 , '3} consec. Lv s 2 - 3 - 4 (all c. ft? pers.), TTO /;! 1 Lv 4" Nu 5 13 (all P); Pi. 1. ckyi conceal, c. hjn i„ peri- phrastic conjug. 1 K io 3 (IP pers.); abs. DpjJ3"?3 Ec 1 2 ". 2 . fs. nobyj Wl Na 3 ' ' may est thou be- come obscured (as to the senses; fig. for swoon), but very doubtful, read perhaps Tstbyrf [LV]. 3. pi. DwJJJ ^ 26 4 <Aose «Ao conceaZ themselves, i.e. their thoughts, dissemblers (|| WB* Tit?). Hiph. 7 J /. 3 ms. D'^n 2 K 4 27 ; 3 pi. lO'tyri Ez

2 26 ; Jmpf 2 ms. D^VPIf io 1 , D^PI La 3 s6 ; 
mpl. «7j: LV20 4 , etc.; 7w/. afo. D$yn v 4 ; i 5 *. 

D^yP Jb 4 2 3 Pr 28" -—conceal, hide, c. ft? pers. 2K4" (|| 7 T3H f6); ugu . ^irf« the eyes from (ft?), i.e. disregard Is I 15 Ez 22 s6 , "131 'V: D.byn Lv 20 4 , ft? om. Pr 28*'; hide the eyes by (3) a bribe 1 S 1 2 3 (i. e. pervert justice, but v. 1. f?y 3 d); hide (cover) the ear La 3 s6 (turn a deaf ear); hide (obscure) counsel ( n ?y) Jb42 3 ; nop 'VI? iff io 1 why dost thou ['<] hide, sc. thine eyes (so most), or practise concealment ( = hide thy- self)? Hithp. Pf. 2 ms. consec. DHD nE&ynm Dt 22 14 and thou hide thyself completely from them (utterly neglect to aid), so Inf. cstr. (DHD om.) t&ynrb v 3; go also Imp/, c. it?, thynr ^55 2 . D ^i^ Is58 7 ; once lit. a^t^P Jb6 ic wherein snow hides itself. TnuTyn n.f. hidden thing, secret (so, c. n, van d. H. Bu, W- BaerGinsb); — 'Fl what is hidden Jb 28"; pi. cstr. moan niobjjn Jbn 6 secrets of wisdom, X> 'fl ^ 44". tpQ7J* n.pr.loc. (cf. Sab. n.pr. ;e6y Hal 192 ); — priestly city in Benj. Jos 21 18 (P), ® Tafm , A AX/uav, ©L EAjiwx ; = nDjV in II I Ch 6 46 (® Tu(n<0, ®L AXa^tf); mod.'Almtt, c. 1 hour NE. of Jerusalem, v. Buhl " "- **. Irt&rhpl ffchl} n.pr.loc.in Moab.Nu 33 46 - 47 (P)T© TlfW» A«#Xn&u/z ; —'1 Tf>$ q.v. rvinVy , nvsrbs etc., v. n$s 8 ub n. thy. tjTOTP 1. ii.pr.m. a Benjamite 1 CI18 36

4 '", nr ?^V 7 8 ; ® SaAo/»a 4 fl, r a <ua6, AXajicutf, etc. 

. n.pr.loc. (= fi»?y q.v.) 1 Ch 6 45 Baer Ginsb (van d. H. DO^t). tD^STn.pr.m. Edomite Gn 3 6 U418 = 1 Ch I 36 , IfyAo/i. II. U/J/ (^of foil.; perh. orig. be mature (sexually) ; Aram. D.?y be 8lrong,a&Lrejuvenate (certainly denom.), Ar. 'Ac. be lustful (id.); cf. Sab. cby, obyyoungman CIS"- W - 30 ' 42 , Ar. pii id.; Ph. nnb]) girl; Nab. Palm. D^y, O-by stos, Palm. fpl. /lar/oia; 3. NO'.^y, WTO^y, Syr. L vi . Sv . )*>■ vi.^n young man, young woman). t abv n.m. young man ; — 'y abs. 1 S 20 25 , D !?#7 »7*J ' y prob. also v 42 16 12 (for MT DV) Gr Krenkel 2 ^"' 1 *®' 309 Bu HPS. TrTO -V n.f. young woman (ripe sexually; maid or newly married); — 'y Gn2 4 43 (J), Ex 2 8 (E), Pr 30 19 Is 7 14 ; pi. rrioby + 68 26 Ct I s 6"; niD?y~Py fo (the voice of) young women, either lit., or of soprano or falsetto of boys : 1 Ch 15 20 f 9 1 (rd. |a^ nmby-by [for & rwby], ' voce virginea apueris decantandum,' Thes), 46 1 48 15 (rd. nta^jpB [for roo-by] ■ tr. prob. to 49'). t[D <, OT?r] n.pl.abstr. youth, youthful vigour; — only sf. TB&Jj Jb 20 11 Qr (Kt to^Jf); raiby v 8 9 46 Jb 33 16 ; ^n^y is 5 4 4 . III. D7^( -/of foil., meaning dub.; cf.NH Dbiy (chiefly worta, ag-«); MI 710 D^y, Ph. id., Aram. KO.b^, l^S^, Nab. thy, Palm. ND^y ; Ar. l)Lc creation, world, etc.; Eth.^rty": aevum, saeculum, etc. ; ace. to Thes al. from 1. D^y the hidden, cf. Ko" 1 ' 87 ; Lag 8 "" 6 cp. quadril. JU primitive waters; Ew ,77a cp. Eth. (K[ ! f; time [*/by) Di 923 ]; Ba 2 * 8 " 1 " 1890 '- 685 cp. ks.ullAti,ulld [ulldnu, remote time], cf. D1 HWB65 Jen ZAT "). , 1}? n.m. long duration, antiquity, futurity;— 'y Gn9 12 +405 t.; nby 3 22 + 19 t,; Di?'? 2 Ch 33", rd. prob. D?iy (for other explan. v. note in Kit Hpt ); sf. iobfc Ec 12 5 ; pi. D'pbiy Is 26 4 +7 t., Q^JJ ^ i45 ,3 -|- 2 t.; cstr. **$» Is45 17 ; — tl. of past time: a. ancient time: 'y «B« days 0/ o/cZ Is 63 911 Am 9 11 Mi 5 1 7" Mai 3 4 ; 'J? niC^ Dt 32 7 ; 'y Dy Is 44 7 ancient people; 'yq "ia J e 5 15 ; 'y ni3-in /d waste places Is 58 12 61 4 , cf. Ez 26 Mb ; 'y 'nna anam< ga tes f 24 7 ' 9 ; 'y m« Jb 22 13 ; 'y niana Je 6 16 ; 'y ♦^g?' 18 15 ; 'y bi Pr 22 s8 23 10 ; 'y niD3 Ez 3 6 2 ; 'y(n) It? /rom of old Is 64 s lt2 w J02 2 , of the fathers Jos 24 2 , the prophets Je 28 s , the ancient Dv33