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nro

pn of ['i«<], ny (Ko"'*°), a< «Ae <wrae, in partic. of the present tune, i. e. now; cf. Germ, zur Zeit, Ar. "j^ at the time, i.e. now; — now: 1. a. Gn 1 2 19 "jntPK njn nnjn and now, behold thy wife, 22 11 »nyT nny »3 now I know (so Ex 1 8" Jui7 13 iKif [nj nny], f 2 o 7 ), 26 22 - 29 27 s6

1 1328 , etc., Ex 5 5 pxn DV nny 0*21 ;n; whether 

in opp. to past time, as Gn32 n Jos 14 11 'nb3 nny "tpy* w, j u 1 1 8 1 K 1 2 4 is i !1 tmno nnyi, " Ho 2 9 nnyp TK ^ 31D '3, 13 2 , Jb 30'+, or to future, as Nu 24" nny j6l U80K, Ju 8 6 *ffn injrn^s 'si raj, 1S2 16 inn nny'^; = a /<er aK Nu 22 s9 Ju 8 2 ; = now at last 2 S 24 16 1 K 19* 2 K I9 2S Ho7 2 Je4 12 ; and in the phr. nnyo D^iy 1V1 tls9 6 59 21 Mi4 7 (v. infr.), <//■ 1 13 s 1 15 18 1 2 1 8 1 25 s 131 s . b. of the imminent or im- pending future : Gn 19 9 DriD <£ yij M&, 29™ vfat yarao nny »s, v 34 Ex 6 1 nmn nny, Nu 1 1 23

2 4 2S2O 6 Is33 10 (V'i2 6 ), 43 19 49" Am 6 7 p!> 

^ nrV, Is 49 19 Mi 7 410 Dn io 20 ; and esp. a<rw- StVwf in Hos, introducing a punishment, Ho 4 16 131 '" CV-f. nnjJ 5 7 8 8 13 (Je 14 10 ), 10 s . c. of a time ideally present (=.then, from our point of view): Is 29 s2 3py Bh3* TV& t<b, v b Ho io 3 Mi 4 91011M g 3 . d. describing a present state = as things are : 1 S 8 6 thou art old, etc., nny "]bt> Mb no*W, 9 « 13 12 14 30 25 7b 27 1 now I shall be swept away one day, etc., 2 K i8 20 - 25 Jb 6 21 14 16 16 7 . e. with an Imv., as an encourage- ment, implying that the time has come for the exhortation or advice to be followed, Gn3i 13 kx Dip nnv, Exi8 19 'Vipa vnv nny, n U2 2 u Dt 2 13 Is 30 8 . . Phrases : a. nj nny (nj 4 h) 1 1 K 1 7 24 2 K S 22 . b. nnyi and, now, or now, therefore (1 4), drawing a conclusion, esp. (cf. 1 e) a practical one, from what has been stated : Gn 3 22 and now (since man has once been dis- obedient), lest he put forth his hand, etc.,

723 nan "b nyaifn nnyi, 27 s - 8 vW >33 nnyi 

•fypa, 30 30 31 On 1 1* I3i rjno i?ra^ nnyi, 31 s0 + 39 8 >p$ Wg-np nnyi, is 52 s . c. nan nnyi stating the ground on which some conclusion or action is to be based, Ex 3" Jo 1 4 1010 1 S 1 2 2 24 21 1 K i 18 Je40 4 (with nnyi usu. repeated after the njn-clause). td. nny 03 Gn44 10 1 S 12 16 1 K i4 14 Jo 2 12 Jb 16 19 . te. nnyi? from now, henceforth, Je 3 4 Is 48' Dn io 17 (ace. to some, here = from just now), 2 Ch 16 9 ; nnyo D^iy *^yi , v. supr. l a end. f . nnyny until «37 2<, + oft., Is 5" 3 6 8 V2 10 ; 45 8 2Si 9 » now, Gn 32 s 'jny -into, Dt 12 9 'y ny Dnta vb n?n3n 7K (opp. to the fut.), 2X1 3 s3 ; esp. after clause with ?D, 46 s4 'JTljn UnVID (2 S 19 8 Ez 4 14 ), Ex 9 18 2 K 8 6 Ru 2 7 ." g. nny ^ for in this case, in our idiom, for then (nny pointing to a condition assumed as a possible con- tingency; cf. Dr*" 1 -" 2 ); t(a) Ex 9 16 nny "3 'lJI 'nnPtf' for then (if the intention expressed in v 14 had not existed) / should have put forth my hand, etc., Nu 2 2 29 1|Wy2tJ nny "3, 1 S 13 13 Jb3 13 ; sq. impf. Jb 6 3 for then (if it were weighed, v 2 ) it would be heavier, etc., 13" for then would I be silent and die ; (6) after a protasis, surely then Gn3i 42 + (see "'I 1 d&, p. 472). — Note. Read ny IDS (©58) as now, for ny tap Ez 16 57 , n-iatyj ny (® <S3S) now art thou broken t for IT^J ny Ez 27 s4 , and prob. M} ny (Hi We Ko Now, cf. ®<S) for K3 _ ny Hg i 2 ; also nny f or nn« 1 k i 20 , and nns'for nny V 18b 2Sl8 3 . tVJP n.pr.m. (l>«ta 1. of Judah 1 Ch 2* (»gJ*),V«. 2. of Gad 12 11 . 3. 2 Ch 11 20 Mriy adj. timely, ready (Gk. &>paios); — 'V B"K Lv 16 21 a man who is in readiness. 'IV'l prop, subst., purpose, intention, but always used as prep, or conj., on account of, beoause (for njy?, of the form nilJP, etc., Sta '^Ko"' 403 ; cf. ^l£-mean,intend} — 1. as prep., rarely with a subst., tEz 5" D3'ni3yin V, Hg i 9 nD (JC, v 9 *n*IJ UC; with a ptcp. Ez 36 13 D'lOK |y H because of men saying to you (but rd. prob. D"JP?, Co Toy Berthol) ; freq. with inf. c,

K 2 1 20 11?pnn |y^ on account of thy having 

sold thyself, Am 5" Is 30 12 37 s9 (=2 K 19 28 ) ^K IWinn jy:, Jes 14 7 13 23 s8 48 7 , and oft. (c. 18 t.) in Ezek., as 5 7 (rd. D?nntpn |R), 13^ 25 3 - 6 - 812 . . As conj.: a. yfc ]V1 (32 t,), usu. with pf., as Gn 22 16 niit ntej) IB'K |1P because that thou hast done this, Dt i 36 (Jos 14' 4 ), Ju 2 20 iS 3 o a iK 3 U 8 18 Je 19 4 25 s 29 s3 (not Is) + ; with impf. (in frequent, sense) Ez 44 12 . tb. "3 jy:, Nu 1 1 20 "'"nx ronpso ^3 ;y:, 1 k 13 21 2 i m Is 3 16 7 6 8 6 29 13 . c. jy! alone (23 t.), with pf. Nu 20 12 ^ Qrapsn n^ jy:, 1 s 15 23 1 K 14 13 20 42

K 22 19 H08 1 Is 61 1 65 12 66 4 ; with impf.(freq.) 

tEz 34 21 ; of the fut. tEz 12 12 because he shall not see, etc., (but ® Co Kau Berthol IB* ?y»|> V.V? ns*")' 1 N7) : usu. the vb. follows immediately, but Ezek. sometimes puts the obj. first foremph., " riNso ^pp-nx |y:, 20 16 - 24 36", cf. 34 s1 .