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DT1D JpD (/of foil., mng.dub.; NH VP& split, sirring off ; cf. 3! Ithpe., Syr.'<*ja3 burst, crash; NH nyi?B is JaZZ, roll, JTpB Wtftfc, JPgMJ denom.; Ar. i£i is 6e yellow, also break wind, u. crack finger-joints, etc.; Ecclus 46 17 JJpB crash; Z J!j?S roZZ noisily ; Syr. ),vn9> crash, crack). tD^pf ' pi. carved wood or metal ornaments, either ball-, knob-shaped (Low p.saf.j or gourd-shaped (so most ; cf. foil.; Syr. U^az flowers [Lexx]);— i K 6 18 7 24 - 24 . Tni'jPQ n.[f.]pl. gourds {wild cucumbers, citrullus colocynthis, with purgative proper- ties, ace. toPost Ba " wDB,, - 250 De K1HWB278f - ©«oXo- Kwdis; >momordica (or ecballium) elaterium, which is not a vine; cf. Syr. J_i.oji3. fruit of colocynthis (or the similar cucumis propheta- rum), Low Lc - Brock) ;— cstr. rrfc' 'S 2K4 39 . "IB v. tb. I. N12 v. Hiph. Impf. *■*£ sub ms. II. K12 (/of foil.; Jen Co *" ,olll0 cp.Talm. KnB run; Ar. uS, *Tji wiW a*«, Horn" 3123 ; As. parti, mule (wild ass is purtmuj). t frO E a.m. Jb S9 ' 5 (m. et f. Je 2° but f. prob. erron., cf. K8«** w Albr 2 ^" 1 " 896 68 ) wild ass (prob. from swiftness); — 'B abs. Ho 8 9 + (so Je 2 M Gi ; van d. H. Baer rn.B), cstr. Gn 1 6 12 ; pi. CtOS Je 1 4" + ;—wild ass Je 14 6 Jb6 5 39 5 Is 3 2 14 f 104"; 'B y$ Jb 1 i n wild ass's colt; Off 1 Gn i6 12 (J) a wt'M ass of a man (Ishmael as a free nomad); fig. of wilfulness Ho 8 9 (v. I. T13); of lust Je2 24 (i.e. Israel's love of idolatry); of poor desert-dwellers Jb 24 s . TDNIBn.pr.m.Canaanitekingof Jarmuth Jos IO 3 , *€<8a>K, ©L 4>tSaii, A bipaayi. ntos v. mKB. -»sne v. hr»i t t :~ u t . j fl. [T"12] vb. divide (NH id., divide, separate; so Syr. in der. spec, and deiiv.; Ar. VS be single, sole, also (Dozy) unfold, unroll^ ; — Qal Pt. pass. fpl. nillB Ez 1" divided, i.e. spread, of wings. Niph. /'/. 3 pi. Vl"lM Gn IO « vns? 2 Si 23 ; Jay/.TJ|! Gn 2 10 Pr 19 4 , etc.; Imv. ms. KJ TJBil Gn 13 9 ; 7n/ crfr. TJBn tib u ; Pt.-i-^i Ju4"Pri8', Dn-IBJ Ne4 13 ;— 1. divide, separate (intrans.), Gn 2 10 (of river, dividing into branches) ; of one man separating from another, c. i>5» i 3 9 », D?» v » ( a ll J), from others, f>? Ju 4"; recipr. Gn 25 s3 (J ; of tons of Rebekah representing nations, c. ^5!?'? in constr. praegn. [Ges ,199,lr J, i.e. divided (hostile) from birth); abs. Pr 18 1 ; of peoples separating from (!») parent stock io"»(P). 2. be divided, separated, 2 S i 23 Ne 4 13 ; of loss of friendship Pr 1 9*. Pi. Impf. 3 ms. '"H?* Ho 4" make a separation, i. e. go apart (in company with [DV] harlots, cf. RS 8<ira - , - 436 ' 2 " ded - 455 ). Pn. Pt. divided, Dnsyn pa Tjtajn njED . . . D'J Est 3". Hiph. Pf 3 ms'. T")BTI Gn 30 40 ; Jingf. TTf" Ru i 17 Pr 18' 8 , 3 mpl. VTiBM 2 K 2"; Zn/. cstr. 8 f. Wisna Dt 32 s ; Pt. Tnso Pr 16 28 17 9 ;— 1. divide, separate Gn 30 40 (JE) Dt 32", of separ- ating friends Pr 1 6 28 1 7 . 2. make a division, separation, between (P?), 2 K 2" Ru I 17 ; of parting disputants (c. |"3)Tri8 18 . Hithp. Pf. 3 pi. rryflm ^22 13 ; /mp/vnajT 92 10 , m. Jb4 n 4i 9 ; — be divided, separated, from each other; of scales of crocodile (c. neg.) Jb4i 9 , of bones, = be loosened at the joint, fr 22 10 (fig. of helplessness); =be dispersed Jb 4" jr 92 10 . T [n"T)E] n.f. grain of seed (?) (prop., si vera L, the separated; cf. Syr. JjiS , J»£s ,Talm. NT"lB, pebble, berry);— only pi. TliTiB J i 17 . TNT^-iE n.pr.m. post-exil. name Ezr 2 M (*aSoup«), = N"H? Ne 7 57 (*<p«iSa j ©L as Ezr). II. *T)2 (/of foil.; cf. Syr. ?3 /«, flee away, so 3! der. spec; NH TIB — BH). t-pB n.m. 2S18 - 9 mule ;—'B abs. 2 Si8 9 «+, sf. iTIB if; p l. Dn-IB 1 K io 25 -!-; VQTfr Ezr 2 6C =Ne 7 6S (van d. H.; Gi Baer in marg.); — mule, ridden by princes 2 S 1 3 s9 , in battle 1 8 99 9 ; cf. (later, + horses, etc.) Zc 14 15 Is 66 2 "; royal gift 1 Kio 25 =2 Ch 9 24 ; royal property 1 Ki8 5 ; in trade of Tyre EZ27 14 ; beast of burden, Nt^P D'TIB TOS 2 K 5 17 the load of a pair of mules, of earth, 1 Ch 12 40 ; property of returning exiles Ezr 2 w ' = Ne 7 s8 ; as refractory ^ 32° (in sim.). T nT'B n.f. she-mule ; — 'a ridden by king

K i :B , T C str. ifcfn nrff v 38 - 44 . 

T D1")E n.[m.] preserve, park (loan-word from Zend pairi-daeza, enclosure, Spieg Haug in Ew J,hrbvl62r ', cf. Spieg^"**' 293 ; Peis. _jJU, pdlez Lag Ges ' ^"•"• 2 " ) Kurd.;>ar«N6 ZMG x " v ' (ls * ) - 182 ; hence Arm. partez Lag Arra - 8tud » 1S7S , late As. pardisu~Meissxi ZAyl - 2m ,Ar.J^j° / J;Gi.fTapddfuros; cf. also Dl F * 95ff - Di G " 48 ) ;— 'an Ne 2 8 (containing trees) ; cstr. D'itel pyj| Ct 4 13 (fruit-trees and costly plants); pl. W?T)S Ec 2 s ( + ni33).