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N7E T3, *7*I3 (v/of foil.; cf. Ar. zy, SO dt«, juj, S'j pews away, be exltausted (of property)). t TB n. [m.] ruin, disaster ; — abs. Jb 1 2'; cstr. 3 i M Pr24 :2 ; sf.VTB Jb 3 o 24 + 2i 20 (forT3). ni*B, nVB v. na. rPB v. ma. T ,b^3 n.pr.m. captain of Abimelech of Gerar Gn 2 i 2232 26 s *, *ncoX, ©L *tx<>X. til^a v. B$B. D^D, perb. < DNS (^of foil., cf. Ar. '0 _/JM, 11. ma£e wufe, iv. become full (of fat); hence (Thes al.) foil., by syncope of N, ef. Ges» ,9k ). TiTTE) n.f. superabundance (of fat); — 'a Jbi5* T (l|fcfo)- DPS'D n.pr.m. (Egypt. Pe-nehasi, the negro, ace." to Lauth MM " (,868, - 71 ' ZMG " v(lm) ' ,39r - cf. Nes Eg U2.AJ8L.IH (1887)174 r5 aen Kx«.26 )) . etv _ I) ^ ; _ li grandson of Aaron, *(e)iMtf, Ex 6 25 Nu 2 5' + 1 6 1. t2. son of Eli I S I 3 (t DH33), 3 * 4 «.u.W.» ^3 t^-B n.pr.m. Edomite Gn 36 41 1 Ch i 52 , 4iwf, $ivo>i' l ^ira ; — cf. pW . rn'tPB v. rra. p"Q v. 1. pi S . tj'iiJj'B n.pr.fl. (Thes sub B*ia, cf. esp. Nes""* 5 , but dub.); — one of the rivers of Eden Gn 2", *(f)itra>i/, (on theories of identif. v. Connn., also reff. sub pn"3). TVirPE n.pr.m. descendant of Saul 1 Ch

33 = |iT , B 9 41 , <bi8av, <t-m8av, @L Qi8w8. 

^D3 (/of foil.; cf. NH 'na/a^, also ^333 trickle, denom., or <onomatop.). t"S]S n.m. 2K9 ' vial, flask;— cstr. JEfn '3, for anointing, 1S10 1 2 K 9 13 . TpirE vb. Pi. trickle, perh. denom.; — Pt. t r pi. JD D'3313 0)0 EZ47 2 water trickling on the south side. '□"2Xn rnrS n.pr.m. (bindress [Aram.; perh. binder (fem. of office)] of the gazelles); — head of pott-exilic family, 'fl 'B '33 Ezr2 57 = Ne 7 5 * (2"3Sn), vloi <ba<rpa8 viui Aofjiuiciv (4><z<ca- pa8, 2a,3uci/4, etc.). fcwD (v^offoll.; separate from the ordinary, distinguish ace. to Thes Gerber 212 , cf. i"6a). TiOB n.m. wonder (NH id.; as unusual, extraordinary); — 'a Exi5 n + 6t.; sf. 1^3 fSa e ; 1j*5>B 77'= 88 13 ; pi. LV*6a Lai'; fpl. l"rt$OB fr 119 129 Dn 12 6 ; — 1. wondev: extraor- dinary, hard to be understood, God's dealings with His people Is 29"; the testimonies of the Law ^11 9 129 ; }W Nj? Is 9 s marvel of a coun- sellor (Eaer *V S ), wonderful counsellor (pi Mess, king) ; pi. as adv. ace. 'B TIRl La I 9 she (Jerus.) hath come down marvellously. 2. wonder: of God's acts of judgment and redemption ^77 1S 88 13 8 9 6 ; 'B flbS Ex 15" L525 1 ^77 15 78 12 88"; of extraord. trials 'an fg Dn 12 6 . [frOS] vb. denom. Niph. etc., be sur- passing, extraordinary (cf. Gerber 212 ); — Niph. Pf. 3 fs. nsba? fi 18 23 (Ges*" f ); nn^w? Si 2r '(K6 , - 610t ' 6,4 Ges i76o °); 3pL«j»J Pi-30 1 ' 8 ; Impf. vbsi Dt 17"+ 6 t.; Pt. mpl. D'^BJ ^139"; fs.ns.^BJ Dt3o u ; pl.niK^B? Jos3 5 +; sf. T^pM Ex 3 20 , etc.; — tl. be beyond, one's power, difficult to do, nkrff 2S13 2 ; 'B Wp Zc8 66 ; c. |D pers.too difficult for Dt 30", for* Gni8 ,4 (J) Je32 172 '. t2. be difficult to understand ; c. }0 pers. too difficult for ^131' Pr 30 18 Jb 4 2 3 , to decide Dt 1 7 8 . Esp. + 3. a. be extraordinary, wonderful, 2 S i 26 i|fi 19 18 ; of God's acts, WTP '3 1 1 8 23 , cf. 1 39 14 . b. Pt. as subst. marvellous things Jb 37 14 (acts of God), Dn 1 1 36 (presumptuous words) ; as adv. won- drously Jb 37 5 Dn 8". 4. TmjB} = wonder- ful acts of in judgment and redemption, Ex 3 20 (J)Ju6 ,3 Je2i 2 iChi6 924 f9 2 26 7 -|-i5t.-ff; also 'j rffctf Ex 34 10 Jos 3 5 (J) Jb 5 9 = 9 10 , + 9 t. Chr^; '3 nton Mi7' 5 ^78". iVi. Inf. cstr. ">13. N?3p make a special votive offering, Lv 2 2 21 Nu 1 5 38 (P). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. N'pari 1//31 22 2CI126 15 ; N?BH IS28 29 ; K^am consec. Dt28 59 (Ges f75o °); Jmpf. vfyl Lv27 2 Nu6 2 ; Inf. abs. sban Is 29" 2 Ch 2 8 ; cstr. KvBn Is 29" J02 26 ; Pt. N^BO Jui3 19 ;— 1. do a hard or difficult thing : TJJ pw) ' sri wa&e a AarcZ tow Lv 2 7 2 Nu 6 2 (cf. Pi.). 2. wia&e wonderful, do viondrously : of God, J"li3p 'Bfl ma/ce pla'jues wonderful (exceptional), Dt 2 8 59 ; nsy'BH I s2 8 29 »ia/c« counsel wondrous, 29 14 do wonderfully with people, +«^?J N.ban ; 'nb D30y r.by Jo 2 M <ZeaZ< «;!<A yow doing wondrously ; y WDH 'Bn ^ 3 1 22 ; TBfflp 'Bfl 2 Ch 26 15 did marvellously in receiving help ; of the temple IvBnj ?H3 2 Ch 2 9 (Kb s ""- 43,8e ). 3. of God, W N^sp Jui 3 19 working wonders in doing. tHithp. Impf 13 S?2nn Jb io 16 </tow dost sJtew thyself mar- vellous (act inexplicably) against me.