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H3B Pf, the result feared being conceived as hav- ing possibly already taken place; t2S20 6 pursue after him, Vlfft . . . ii> Kf?"i 3 M *«  Aave found him fenced cities, etc. (but the tense of tfWi makes IKffl P rob -> Dr 8m Bu Kb" 1 - 486 ),

K 2 16 "ni **3^p*J *• 0" ^n?. 

T3*D n. [m.] unknown word, appar. some kind of food ; *B1 tfafl 'B1 1V3D Wl Ez 2 7 17 ; Vrs s conject.; Co prop. tfTj, so Hoffm PlulMchr - ls Krae Berthol (' perhaps '). H J2 vb. turn (NH id. ; Syr. 1.1s , % M» j T T 133 N Eth. UiiB; Ar. ^l> pas* away, banish; cf. Sab. H33 (vaiiously) e'.g. CIS lvN °' 1 ' S7 ' 40 ; As. yiirn, /ace, Ph. D23, MI 1318 ^37, sf. V)BO 1");— Qal 1I7 P/. 3 ms. 'a Je 6 4 + , 2 ms. rv?3 2 S 9 s , etc.; Imp/. 3 ms. njtf i S i 3 17 + , ??!! Ex 2 ,2 + , 3 fs. JBRl 1 K io 13 , 1 s. JBK1 Dt 9 15 io 5 , 1 pi. ?S31 2 1 + , etc.; Imv. ms. 'IDS ^ 25 16 + , etc.; Inf.abs. H3B Hg i 9 ; cstr. rt»> Gn 24 s3 + , etc.; P<. r03 Dt 29 17 + , etc.; — 1. ta. turn toward, 7K pers., lit., Ju 6' 4 Is 1 3"= Je 50 16 , Jb 2 1 6 (i.e. attentively); cf. of branches Ez 17 s (in allegory); c. ?5? of direction Gn 24 49 ; fig. c. ' ,- ?8< (in worship), Is 45 s2 , other gods Ho 3' Dt 3i V20 Lv 19 4 ; for help Lv 19 31 20 6 Jb5'; IJT^J 36 21 ; c. ace. Dip^n n3a> is* Ez io"; c. nloc. 1 k 17 s Dt 2 3 (+n:!? dat. eth.), Ct 6 1 ; c. fj*5 1 S i3 1818 Jb 24 19 , T$$ Ju 20 42 1 S 13 17 ; fig. Tli? Is 53 6 56"; c. ace. n;s;-ia*s 73 i s 14 47 , so, + ow, fig. 1 K 2 3 , i. e. whatever thou undertakest, rUB* "WH* - ?!^ Pr 1 7 8 . fb. turn from, IP loc. Gn 1 8 s2 , fig., of heart, c. DJN? Dt 29 17 , a.ba. = tum away 30' 7 ; in phr. *flS t turn (with) the back (cf. "YS1 HST Je iS' 7 ), +';zb, Jos 7 12 (of flight), fig.,-f-' , -b«, Je 2 27 32 s3 . c. turn and do a thing, lit. (e?p. + vb.ofmotion)Nu2i 33 Dti 7 - 24 Jui8 21 1K10 13 + 17I; to do a thing (inf.) tEc2 12 . td. turn, decline, of day Je 6 4 , days of life ty 90 9 . +e. turn toward, apjrroach, of evening, 3"}V JliiBp Gn 24 63 Et 23 12 ; of morning, 1p3(n) T# Ex 14 27 Jui(/ 6 fV46 6 (fig.). t2. a. turn and look, look, lit., 7« pers. Nu 12 10 2 Ch 20 24 26 20 , nbj fib }S>1 Ex2 12 : c. nbv; T bls8 21 ; abs. Zoo/5; (back) 2Chi3 14 ; c ,- ?.n?* Z00& behind one (and see, or fay), Jos 8 20 Ju 20 40 2 S i 7 2 20 2 K 2 24 , Z00& a/i!er another Ez 29 16 (fig. for seek alliance with); c. 7X of direc- tion Ex 1 6'° Nu 17". b. of inanimate things, /ace, c. 7K loc. Jos 1 5", usu. of facing points of compass, c. n loc. 1 K 7 25 ■»■*•»*= 2 Ch 4 4 - 4 ' 4 - 4 . Jos

5 2 Ez 8 3 46", but also c. B»*W 43" 44'- 4 6 lls 47*, 

cf.43 1 . c. esp. fig.Z&oX;at,"7K pers., regard, (1) graciously 2 S 9 s ; of '< Ez 36° Lv 26 s 2 K 13 23 ^4o 6 , + I?n 25 16 69 ,7 86 16 119' 32 ; c.nW^K iK 8 3 =2 Ch 6", + io2 18 , r ycrb^ Nu i6 15 'Val 2 13 ; (2) sternly, DJffl »e>jr?K Dt 9 517 . d. look for (7K rei) = expect Hg I 9 . e. fig. look at (3 rci) = consider Ec 2".— 2 Ch 2,^ 23 v. ff». tPi. Pf. 3 ms. '"139 Zp3 15 , etc.; Imv. mpl. '33 Is 4o 3 +

t.; — <wra away, put out of the v;ay, c. ace. 

pers. Zp 3 15 (|| " 1 '95); hence make clear, c. ace. JV3H, i.e. clear away things scattered about, make orderly, Germ, 'aufraumen,' Gn 24 31 ; empty it Lv 14 36 ; fig., c. ace. ^"J^ ma£e clear, free from obstacles, Is 40 3 57" 62 10 Mai 3 1 ; ace. om. clear away (ground) before it, i.e. to plant it + 80 10 (fig.). tHipb. (esp. Je) Pf. 3 ms. njBn Je48 39 , 3 fs. nn33n 49 « etc.; Impf. |B«! Ju 15 4 ; Inf. cstr. sf. inbBH 1 S io 9 ; Pt. H3BD Na 2 9 ;— 1. turn, c. ace. 3jp$ 33T JS»1 J u 15 4 , "j'y Je 4 8 39 (cf. nan Jos j*), robb tap$ 1 8 io 9 . . ma&e a <mto, «Aeu< (signs of) turning, + 'D3 Je46 si , Dl£ 49 24 ; opp. WJ 4 6 5 , cf. Na 2 9 ;4-7K: pers. 47 3 . 1 Hoph. Imv. mpl. WBn J e 49 s (Ges »«••»•) 6ey« turned back! (in flight, + 1D3); P*. njiBS njIBO Ez 9 2 the gate . . . which is faced northward (cf. Qal 2 b). [n33], pi. D^E n.m. rr2523 and (Ez 21 s1 "- V T J ' ^ • T 2111 V = edge; on 2 S io 9 v. infr.) f. face, also faoes (as turned toward one); — pi. abs. D^B Gn 32 31 + ; e8tr. , 2faSi4*'+; sf. 1 s. , 3BGn4 T 3 3 + ;

ms. VJB Gn 4 5 '+, iDVB ^ 1 ^(Kb"- 1 ' 446 ); 2 mpl. 

DS'p.B Gn 40 7 + , etc.; — usu. c. vb. pi., Gn 4 s6 Ex 33 14 + ; c. vb. sg. La 4 16 (through influence of intervening ' Ges 5 I46a ), Pr 1 5 14 (but read «, as Qr, v. HS); — I. 1. face, /aces (Je 30 6 Ez 27 3S - r -,cf. I s 1 o 14 " 1 etc.): a. lit, of man Gn 43 31 2 Si 9 B iKi 9 13 Lvi3 41 Dn8 18 io 9,5 + ; '3 "% Ex 35 29 ' 30 - 35 ; pale (from alarm) Is 29" Je 30 6 , flushed Is 13 8 Ez 2 1 3 , cf. Na 2" Jo 2 6 ; tearful Is 25 8 Jbi6' 6 ; sad, D'yi 'a Gn 40 7 , cf. Ne 2 23 , also 'B pn Ec-7 3 i.e. sadness; 'B 3DV. Pr 15 13 maketh glad the face ; I'SB 1733 Gn 4 s6 why is thy face fallen (in displeasure), cf. 1 S i 18 (rdg. ^fP^y , ' , ?r> or '" , ? , ?^'); covered with shame Ez 7 ' 8 , whence fig. of confusion, discomfiture Je 5 1 51 ^6 9 s 83 17 , etc. b. of' Ex 33 :o , cf. v 25 . c. D^B &&'?& face to face, of seeing (God)Gn32 31 , cf. Ju6 M , knowing Dt 34' , judging Ez20 3i , speak- ing Ex 33", and so 'B3 'B Dts 4 ; D»?5 nK"in3 2 K J 4 8 see each other (in the) face= meet each other