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HNID

pa " Nu 22 8 3-! 16 Dt 5 s9 1 2 s Ju 4 50 &K n's Bftj,

K 3", etc.; asked in some surprise, Ju i8 :l 

nb ^Jp"np = what is thy business here 1 simil. 1 1 K i9 9 - ,: ' Is 22 ,f ' 52 s nD-Wip nnjn. Cf. the syn. ma, nb 2. b. nb-iy t Jb 38"*. c. nap or iSD, only Ez 40-41, and always (exc. 40 12 *, where it must be supplied with © <S) repeated, on this side . . . on that side (if. HJD , . . njP), Ez 4 o , "i 0l::bl > ; '-- -1 , etc. d. with the interrog. S N, HD'N where 1 v. p. 33. +2. after a verb of motion, hither, 1 S 16" nb iK3"iy, Ezr 4 s . TnSIE, n^lE n.pr.m. in Issachar, *oua, etc.;— nWB Juio' (v. GFM), 1 Ch 7'; ftiS Gn 46 13 Nu T 26 3 . "HyiS adj. gent, of nte, c . art. Nu 26 w ; rd.

  • J|B 1 or (*ova«) ^B ?— © L *ouXaI.

t [j'lS] vb. grow numb (Ar. i-U grow cool; Syr. <^3 be cold; 'X 3'3 cease, be helpless; NH id. vanish): — Qal Impf. 3 ms. 13? 33M G n 45"; 3 fs. ^BH i// 77 3 of hand (si vera 1., v. "03), i.e. drop helpless; Hbi 4 of nito, i.e. be ineffective. Niph. Pf. 1 s. *r?3iy TOIBJ 1^38' / am benumbed and crushed (fig.); rd. prob. also HJIBK ^ 88' 6 (for MT aTr.Xfy. njIBK), 01 Hup Dy GrChe njlBX. t ftt*IS (Ges * * ') n.f. benumbing (fig.), ces- sation ; — ?t> 'B ^nrrPK La 2™ grant thyself no benumbing (rd. prob. H^B). t[na-.DPT] n.f. id.;— pi. TliJDn ftjg La 3 4!l (of weeping; form very strange, rd. prob. niJS), t[rP3] vb. breathe, blow (NH HIS blow out; Ar. (f-s*), i-U=Heb., so Aram. n^B, ^£ • — Qal Impf. 3 ms. Di'H ma; Ct 2 17 4 s until the day breathes, i.e. grows cool. Hiph. Impf.

ms. n<D; V io 5 +; OBJ Pr f>; ns;i Hb 2 3 , 

etc.; Imv. fs. WBn Ct4 16 ; — 1. cause garden (ace.) to exhale (sc. odours) Ct 4 16 . 2. a. pw^, snort, against, 3 pers., if- io 5 . b. ?5? pers., Ez 21 3 " with the fire of my wrath will I blow against thee. c. excite, inflame city Pr 29 s . d. c. v yjf i2 r ' puff, =pant for it (so most ; Thes Hi al. against whom men puff; Bae yBK v / will shine forth to him); YW> Hb 2 3 the vision panlelh (hatteth) towards the end (so most). 3. breathe out, utter, D'atS Pr 6" , 4 5.2i j 9 5. 9) nviOV. i2 17 . tl"PE n.fm.Jsoot,© alBuX^. wafted about); — cstr. fB^KO) 'B Ex 9 810 (P) furnace-soot. TtaiB n.pr.gent. prob. Libyans, or Lib. tribe ; usu. named with African peoples: Na 3' Je 46* Ez 27 1 " 30 5 38 (© usu. Ai'Sm); Gn 10' (P) =1 Ch i 9 (*,wb); + Is 66 19 (for MT ^3; ® *ouS),— vid. Di Un10 - 6 Jen 2 * 1 - 325 "-. T bS^tO^D n.pr.m. Eleazar's father-in-law Ex 6"', $OVTlr]. I "tfi^ErtB n.pr.m. Joseph's master (abbrev. fr. foil.);— Gn 3 7 3r ' (E), 39' (R J ), Ibrtftw, etc. tjn6 ""tpiB n.pr.m. priest of On, Joseph's father-in-law (Egypt. P'-dl-p'-R, i.e. he whom tlie Ra gave.v. Sethe "• •" p,, p™""" 1 ™ "' »"«• •««• A"**; Dr in Hastings DB );— Gn 4 i« M (E), 46- (P), tl(Tf<f>fjrjS, A IIcTpf<pr]S. TTTIS n.[m.] antimony, stibium (NH = BH ; cf. poss. Ar. ejj open, separate; Syr. »s pulverize; but ^1B peril, foreign word); — black mineral powder, for increasing brilliance of eyes by darkening edges of lids; '23 DOTl !?$$ 2K 9 30 , "131 "V"!i?n Je 4 r '°; (on practice in Arab. y .We GG *' l * a -« ; '; in Egypt, lane *•*■*»*■ ed.6.i.*5f.j . fj„ j s g^u j- ,j a ,.] t cement setting off precious stones (but We DLZ - AU|! - 2 -' S90 Che 1 "" al. rd. TJD3 q.v.); 'B V.?^ 1 Ch 29 s are perh. stones of brilliant hue of antimony. — Cf. n.pr. ^Bri pip, and br. tf?TS n.[m.]coU. beans (NH = BH; Ar. Jy; Eth. <p&: £ «§*);— 2 S 17 28 Ez 4 9 , © icua/zos. t^B n.pr.m. =">D*$B nb?n (q. v .) (As. PmZm; Babylonian name of TP.'Schr 8 ™ 1 " 1 * 7 ' 692 ' K8M.w.ct,OT Tie i e ««ch.»it ; c£(thronghPerB.tracL, EMey E "" ,tl ""'« :,,, )n^o f ,CanonofPtol .KAT 2 '- 19 "); 2 K i 5 ' 9 -' 9 1 Ch 5 16 , ♦ow.[X].— Is 66 19 , v. DIB. t[pS]vb.(?); onlyn:iBNV88' 6 ; rd. prob. njiBN, v. 31B, miBN. TV' ' T T HDis 2 Ch 25 13 v. njs. 1^3 v . nws. Tp^lE n.pr.loc. 2nd station of Isr. fr. Hor Nu 33** M , *(f )(M» ; betw. Petra and Zoar, famous for mines, Gk.*.i/a>^,*aii/ui'Euseb 0nome,1L * li - iW ' si , v. also Ritter E ' ,iku " ,i ' !A,l «"- , " 12!Sff - Seetzen 1 """ 1 "-" (Kdlaet Phendn) ; perh. = Edom. n.pr.m. p*B q.v. TnVIE n.pr.f. a midwife Ex i 15 , *owa. fl. V lS] vb. be dispersed, scattered (NH = BH ; peih. akin to Ar. [ _^s break asunder, scatter); — Qal Impf. 3 mpl. WIBJ f 68 2 , «bj Ez 48 l6 + ; 3 fpl. nr^ani Ez 34 s +, nr2riBniZci3 7 ,etc.; Imv. mpLWB '1S14 34 ; Pt.