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T[nS-sb;] n.f. hurt, injury, pain;— ri3Vy Pr io 10 he that winketh with the eye causeth hurt (stirs up strife, etc.); cstr. 3,;m3Jty pain of heart 15 13 (opp. Opb> 3.?); pi. sf. VJSfjf Jb 9 s8 ?ny paiW, so rd. perh. also 7 1S (for MT VliDsy); Dniasy yj, 16 4 (due to idolatry; > idols X 93 We al.); 'V? C^anp 147 s binding up their hurts. tyUSy n.[m.] pain, toil;— 'y abs. Gn 3 17 toil; cstr. «TJ p3Xy 5 OT (both of agriculture); B f. *!#»? 3" (of travail; all J). trDSVO n.f. plaoe of pain (> simply pain); — p33B'n 'Dp IS50 11 in (constr. praegn.) a place of pain shall ye lie down. f II. [32W] vb. Pi. shape, fashion (NH Pi. stretch child into shape; Buhl 1 * 1 cp. J^JlS cut, cut off [whence idea of carving, fashion- ing 1 ) ■—'Si- Pf- *&$ "? ,:is V TT5 Jb io 8 thy hands shaped me, etc. Hiph. Inf. cstr. navynp Je 44 19 , but rd. ^-, to fashion her, i.e. make images of her (poss. denom. from 3Xy). y II. ysy a.m. vessel (as fashioned') ; — 'y "131 nt33 Je 22 s8 a vewe 7 - despised, etc. (fig. of Coniah = Jehoiachin). fn. [aSV] n.m. idol;— sf. 'axy. Is 48 s . t[325?] n.[m.] idol;— always pi. D^sy (Ges» <««•): H04 17 8 6 (3nnf)D|), I3 2 (*1D3, ||n3E>P), 1 4 9 Zc 1 3 2 2 Ch 2 4 18 ( + W)&*) ; cstr. "3Xy ^ 1 06 38 i 35 >» (arm *|D|); s f. rraxjj Isio" (II ?'>?«), Je 50 s (|| rvW>3), Mi i 7 ; Drnasy 1 S 31'= 1 Ch io 9 , 2 S 5 21 (but read 0$$$ as || 1 Ch 14", so © We Dr al.), IS46 1 ^ 106 s6 1 15 4 (3HJ1 HD3). "T^J/ (^of foil.; cf. Ar. !J,c- lop trees with a xJju*, a kind of reaping-hook; Eth. 00.C:, 0R.2: reap, <*Z.0e.£: , ^OdJf: ««Me ; NH nsyp aa* (smaller than Hft Levy 1 """" 1 - 423 ). TTSSIQ n.[m.] axe; — Je io 3 ; in Is 44 12 prob. del. (so Du Che Hpt Skinner). f I. [ll^y] vb. shut (Ar. ( _, et J) Ui iv. shut eyes; Eth. OftcD: shut door); — Qal Pt. act. vry nsy p r 16 30 he that shuts his eyes (SS cp. DSy [Is 29 10 ], which Gr reads). II. (1^ (•/offoll.; meaning dub.; cf.Sab. DXy«;oodDHM z * "'^< U8S) ' 3< 4,s ,Ar.Lie,orig. i^JLc nom. unit, of ilic fer^e, thorny trees (v. Lane; also Nb GGA18 2 ,6 + ; sf. "fa Dt 28", etc.; pi. D7V Ju 9 8 + , cstr. 'Xy Is 7 2 + , sf. Tfl Dt 29' , »W La5 4 , etc.;— l.'(c. 150 1.) a.'a standing tree Gn 18 48 (J) + , Ex 15 s5 (J; of shrub 1), Je if s =f I 3 (sim.); to be felled Dt 19 6 2 K 6 6 ; D'Xyn (appar. incl. vine and bram- ble) in allegory Ju 9 8 + 6 1. Ju 9 ; Bm ft? tGn 2 9 3 m. 2 4 ^ j^ cf D «n 'y, fig. of source of (life and) happiness tPr 3 18 1 1 30 1 3 12 1 5 4 ; IT)} 3iD nyiri 'V Gn 2 9,6 (J); ty_'(n) *BJ Is 7 2 (sim.), 44 14 Ez 1 5 2 + ; irfrQ 7g Is 55 12 Ezi7 24 (fig.), +; 1^3? 7V 2CI12 7 ; D^p-"^!; tEz 3 1 14 ; '" 'Xy ff KM 1 '; ^ H8 tEz3i 91618 - 18 ; nji3|) »XJJ Ct4 14 ; of vine H? fB3n fEz 15 26 ; Uy.l |T^| nnri place of illicit worship tDt i2 2 "Je2 20 3 013 1 K 14 23 2K16 4 17 10 Ez 6 13 Is 57 s 2 Ch 28 4 , cf. fjyi flT^? Je 17 2 ; n'3y ffa Ez 20 28 . b. coll. trees, TYV. Gn 2 16 3'- 2:8 (all J); usu. later, 'y i 12 - 29 - 29 ^), +; n»)f /rai'<-bearing <ree« Gn 1" (P), + 148 9 , cf. Ec 2 3 , >y na Exio^^Ezse^Lvas^^.cf. J02 22 ; !»3^BTS Dt 20 20 Lv 19° (H), Ez 47 ia Ne 9 25 ; n??6 T5? Hg 2 19 olive trees, JOB? }«y Ne8 15 , JOB-'"^ Is 4 1 19 ; OniT§ V' 7 4 6 thicket of trees ; fTl^n fj Ex 9 13 (J), + J TS53 fJ? tEz 15 6 , cf. Is io 19 44 s3 ; )>yn 'O'S Is 65 s2 (sim. of great age), c. pi. of trees felled for building, 1 K 5 20 32 ( + CW3K) ; DT3j ,S K 2 S 5 n =i Ch i4 J + 7 1.; D'cnn3 "arjj iKs 22 - 24 ^ 1 ; ('a^K) d'ap^K "SV : , v.'3>S p. 38 supr! 2. (c. 175 t.; c. 120 t. pi., to denote pieces [or articles] of wood) a. wood, as material; for building, 2Ki2 ,3 ( + 3?np K), 2 2 6 = 2 Ch 34" (both + i'd.), Ne2 8 +; ipB* '5fy 1K6 233133 cf. v 32 ; "isT'sy Gn6 14 (Noah's ark), D'PB* ^y Ex 25 610 + 20 1. Ex (of tabern.and its furniture; allP)Dtio 3 ; yyh?PNe8 4 ; f5? H'OiO Je 28 13 (in fig.; opp. 7JT8 ' D ); H* , !'3 article of wood Lvn 32 i5 12 Nu3i 20 ,cf.35 18 (allP). Hence b. &W = articles of wood Ex7 ,9 (P; HD'pN), 1 Ch 2 9 2 ; so D^iS ^Xy 2 S 6 5 (but v. VfaZadfin); specif. H?? = helve of axe Dt 19 5 ; (i)n"?n ff 1 S 17 7 Qr (Kt 1*0)= 1 Ch 20 5 , 2S21" 2 3 7 ; "Xy n ?5?7 J S6 14 (i.e. wood of which cart was made), n~W?XJ} 'X?. Ju 6 26 ; esp. timbers of a house Zc 5 4 Hb 2" Lv 14 43 , of a city 1 K i5 22 =2 Ch 16 5 , Ez 26 12 ; J*y of pole on which bodies of slain (criminals and others) were exposed (perhaps orig. tree) Gn 40 19 (E), Jos 8 2929 io 26 - 2627 (all JE),