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mTtrr '•a rfnS (v of foil.; meaning dub.; cf. Aram. Nns, |*La, whence (Frii 119 ) Ar. >i as loan-word). fi. TO n.m.*' 24 ' 7 bird-trap (cf. Wilkinson Egyptians (1KH) II. 103. 109 f. £)_ Am 3, 5 JT ff m ZA W Hi (1883), 101 ._ 'S abs.Ho5' + ,n3 Je 4 8« + ; cstr. ns Ho9 8 + ; pi. D»na Je i8- 2 + ; — 1. lit. % tfy Am 3 6b (as metaph.; v* del.'D), Pr 7 a Ec 9" (c. Ml< ; both in sim.). 2. usually fig. (sts. || E^piD, nan, WW): a. of calamities and plots, E>ip;'B Ho 9", cf. f 91 3 124 7 ; 'S alone Je 4 8 43 =Is 24", Jb22 10 V' 124 7 Pr 22 5 ; p 'B rpe J e 18" f 140 6 142 4 ; P 'B i™ 119"", p 'B ti% 141 9 ; 'B 3J5V3 ins* Jb 1 8 9 ; 'S3 13£ J e 48" = Is 2 4 18 . b. = source or agent of calamity Ho 5 1 Jos23 13 (D), Is8 H /'69 :: '. — ^u 6 v. Dns. t [~nE] vb. Hipli. denom. ensnare ; Inf. abs. D?3 nan IS42™, c. 3 loc. an ensnaring [i.e. men have ensnared] them all in, etc. fn. [n§] n.[m.] plate of metal; pi. ^I Q'na Nu 17 3 ; cstr. anjn 'na-nx wpvj Ex 39 s . DFIS (/of foil.; cf. prob. Ar. 'Jj, be black, NFi DDS id. (in der. spec), Dns = BH; Ar. ^^i charcoal ; As. pentu ( = *pemtu) glowing coal; Syr. vi~.9 in Lexx). TDnQ n.[m.] coal (coll.); abs. 'a, as in- flammable, Dyn?? 'B Pr 26 21 {charcoal for em- bers, Toy); of glowing coal Is44 12 , 'B tPN 54 16 ; ^ 1 1 6 for JIT eto ens read k*k ana ( r 'ens) coa?* 0//re (|| nnE3), so Ew al.

HD (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. ^J3 cut off, vu. 

6e perforated (of roof); Syr. U»i Pa. pierce, break through, ))t~~Sb pit, chasm; NH nns dig, hollow out, also diminisli). tnrin.in. 28,8I7 (in 17 9 rd.nnNS) pit;— 'D abs. Je 4 8* ! - r , nna v 28 ; pi. DVirtB 2 S 17 9 ; —pit, 2 S 1 7 9 1 8 17 Je 48 28 (Gie qu. text) ; fig. of calamity fPI 'BJ "in? J e 48^ cf. v 4444 = Is 24 17 cf. v 1818 andLa 3 47 . tripn2 n.f. -a boring or eating out; — Lv 1 3 s5 , of leprous decay in garment. T3.NTO rnS n.pr.m. post-exil. name; — "a 'B-J3 Ne3 u (*<ta/3[0],i<fla/3, ®L Epayiad), / B"' , 33 "D Ezr 2 6 = Ne 7 11 , Ezr 8 4 (all QaaSnaaP, etc.), 10 30 ; 'D 'a Ne io 15 (both <t>aa8[6]na>af3, etc.). tiTTOfi n.f. (m. ace. to Albr ZAW "" 1696)108 ) topaz or chrysolite (ace. to © Toml(iov, 35 topazius, etc.; prob. foreign word, cf. Skr. pita (prop, yellow)} ; — named with other precious stones Ez28 ,3 Ex28 17 =39 10 ; cstr. cns-moa Jb 28 19 .— Vid. Plin""""" * w , Houghton in Sm Pit, Topaz J> JHWB. Edelsteln taJ^HB nW" 023 forge-hammer;— (NH = P»H; Aram, loan-word ace. to Frii 85 , and so Ar. ^Jai (cf. Ar. trad, in Lane), v. % KB»D3 ; but Lag BN 103 cp. i .'. . h j swine's snout, Syr. *^.9 flat-nosed); — 'a abs. Is 41' Je23 M ; cstr. 50 23 fig. of Bab. as destroyer. ILjS vb. separate, remove, set free (NH depart, set free, Niph. also die; Ph. "103 CIS 102 *> 2 depart (die?); As. patdru, S]>lit, break through, ipliru, ransom, Tel Am. escape, set free (perh.Canaanit.); Ar jL5 cleave, split, ahocreate; Eth. &.(I(. create, fabricate ; Aram. 103, j.^9 ivitlidraw, depart) ; — Qal Pf 3 ms. 'B 2 Ch 23 s ; Impf. 3 mOBEM 1 S 19'°; Pt. actuate Pri7"; pass. D ,- !1DB iCh 9 M Qr (Kt Dn'Ofi); cstr. nios r K6 IS! "V!Ca v*;— 1. intrans. remove oneself, specif, escape I S 1 9 10 ('JED, cf. Dr). 2. trans, set free fr. duty 2 Ch 23 s (ace. pers.), so pass. 1 Cl^^Qr (Kt Qn'OB adj. or Aram, pt., same mug.); D^O 'B Pr - u set free, let out; pass. E'SX '"ilea term, techn. of ornament in temple, dub., usually out-spread (garlands) of flowers iK6 M,!,i . Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. naba Wt?B? ty 22 s tliey separate with the Up, i. e. open mouth wide (insultingly). T^tCS n. [m.] that which separates, first opens; — cstr., Orn 'B i.e. firstborn, of man and beast, Ez 20 26 Ex 13?** 34* Nu 18 16 ; apposes Ex 13 2 Nu 3 12 ; DfT] om. Ex i 3 l2B 3 4 ,9 -°. f[JTW^] n.f. id., nni-b? m.tpa Nu8 16 . m WS iCh 9 33 Kt v.nt3B2. S v. na. trip2"3 n.pr.loc. in Egypt (Pabast, Eb G84M , or Per-Bastet, Griffith H *" to «' I,B " i - 874 , 'House of Basket ) ' orig. Pei-wbaste ace. to St eind BAS '• 3S0 , cf.Naville Bub "" ,4, ' 4f ' 4S ' 56 ,Gk.B u ^a<7T«(Herod.), Boi/3aoros (Diod. Sic.)) ; — Ez 30 1 " © Boi»(3do-Tou (genit.), mod. Tel-Basfa, near Zakazik, c. 30 miles NNE. fr. Cairo.— Vid. Herod. 1 ' 1 - 5e '"' 67 ' 1371 ' la D[ i wmmi Naville lc - ; T ™ llsVlct - II1 ". nm.w«  tiTTTin S n.pr.loc. on E. border of Egypt, Exi4 29 (© 17 (iravXts), Nu 33 7 (E(7r)tpa>5) + v 8 (read 11 »BD Sam @ 35 J, or fi 'B ^BO, for MT 'n 'JBD, cf. Di). Site unknown.