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]W t [HIB] vb. bear fruit, be fruitful (NH = BH1,'H3:=BH; Ph. ns fruit ; Eth. LCI: &.£Xblossom,bear fruit; As. pir'u. posterity; cf. also£K?B,Syr. )i&fruit, andBa ZMG M -«■*•);_ Qal Pf. 3 pi. n| Ex i 7 ; r pi. consec. « , ")S ! l Gn 2 6", etc.; Imjf. 3 ms. rnB? Is 1 1 1 , etc.; Imv. ms. "OB G1135 11 , mpl. 1"1B i^ + ; P<. act. rn'3 Dt29'"', f. nn'a Ez 19 10 Is 17 6 , nrjla (Ges l8 °«; for *nni Lag BS81 ) Gn49 22,22 ; — 1. of men and animals, Ex23 30 (E)Gn26 22 (J); esp. + rm Je 3 16 23 3 Ez 36" Gn 35 11 i,f> (P), and flf (P) Gn 8 17 9 7 Ex 1 7 , 1"l ««j>"M W"fl TO Gn i Mffl 9'. 2. of vine, nj")B |B3 Is 3 2 12 fruitful vine, so ^I28 3 (sim. of wife); cf. (in fig. of Isr.) Ez 19 10 ; in Mess.predictionls 1 1 ' a shoot from his [Jesse's] roots shall bear fruit; c. ace. EW1 'B VTp fig., Dt 2 9 17 a root bearing gall (as its fruit) ; KPJ V"IB? Is 45 s is duh., read peril. 3 fs. ~ffl~l te earth 6e fruitful ia salvation (Oortal.); Pt. f., as subst., n»"l'ari the fruit-bearer, poet, for tree, Is 1 7 6 (cf. [TV?] 2); so rn'3 f3 Gn 49 s2 - 22 Joseph is son of a fruit-bearer, i. e. a fruitful bough. Hipli. 1 . cause to bear fruit, 2. make fruitful, subj. , c. ace. of man or people : 1. Pf. 3 ms. sf. ^lari Gn 4i 52 (E). 2. in P, 'TOBm Gn 1 f-*> (W-), + na-in Lv 26 9 (H); 7»ip/. 3 ms. juss. <"f}"j V> Q - Gn 2 8 3 , "ia»i f 105 2 *; Pt. ^n"3nni -fit© 'Mn Gn48 4 . 3. shewfruitfulness,bearfruit(Ges iac '

  • ■ ') : Impf. 3 ms. N^S? Ho 1 3 15 (as if from NIB).

•nS n.m. Ho14 ' 9 fruit;— abs.'a Ho 9 16 +, ■HB Je 1 2 12 + ; esp. cstr. TO Gn 4 s + ; sf. *TO Pr 8"i TfS Ho 14 9 , V-19 Gn 3 6 + , d?;i?' Ez 3 6 8 , DiTTO Am 9", DTO La 2 20 + , iDJ")3 ^ 2 1 n , jnnB Je 2 9 28 , |TO v 6 , etc.;— 1. nD"jNn ns Gn 4 3 (J), fruit of the ground, of produce in gen., so Dt 7 u + 9 t. Dt + 3 t.; YW) ' s Nu i3 20M - 27 (JE) + 5 t., cf. Ez 25 4 ; fruit of vineyard 2 K i9 29 = Is 37 30 , Zc 8' 2 Is 65 21 Ct8 1112 , in fig. Ho io ]1 + 5 t. + Ez 17 14 (but del. ® Co al.); esp. fl"" 'B Gn 3 2 - 36 Ex 10" (all J) + 21 t., also, in fig., Am 2» Ho 9 16 4- 4 t. + Ez 1 7 21 (read fntfB branches Co al.); of gardens Am 9'* Je 29 s28 , fig. Ct4 1216 ; "IB ft is fruit-tree Gn 1" 1/, 148 9 , cf. Ec 2'; TO p« ^ I0 7 3 *; nsnn to v 37 /™^ / (consisting in) a crop; >//■ 72 16 is dub.; Che Du interpr. as 2 ; Bae prop. TO}. 2. = off- spring : fruit of womb (i9~0 Gn 30 2 Dt 7 13 + 9 t., cf. La2 20 ^2i"; of cattle (nona) Dt28 4US1 30'; of serpent, fig. of power conquering Philis- tia Is 14 29 . 3. fig. of fruit of actions, i.e. their consequences : good Is 3" ^ 58 12 ; bad Hoio' 3 Pn" Mi 7", of thoughts Je6 19 ; of result of removing sin Is 2 7 9 ; result of labour (fruit of hands) Pr3i' 6 - 31 ; product of works of '» ^104", of wisdom Pr 8 19 ; H^Vf 'B Am6 1! , cf. PTI 'B Pr 1 ^(rd. p-lif ©HiToy); of doings (i.e. course of life, or character) Je I7 10 2i 14 32 19 ; ^N-B 'B i.e. speech Pr 12 14 13 2 18 20 ; fruit of arrogance Is io 12 is arrogant speech ; fruit of tongue Pr i8 21 = consequences of speech. , 11. me v. in. ms. ms v. *■#. T T [iTlS], /THE Is 2 20 v. [.T)B-,an] r . 344 . tn~jQn.pr.rn. Ju7 10U , *a P a. t Q~1")E n.pr.loc. 'B anj 2 Ch 3", *apouai/n; in Arabia? Sprenger AUo0<!0erAr Mf - identif.with Farwa in Yemen, Gl 81 """ 1 - 347 (less prob.) with Sdk el Farwain in Yemama (Nejd). T[~fPE] n. [m.] structure (colonnade?) attached to W. side of Solomon's temple ; pi. D ,_ !T1B 2 K 23"; appar. same word in sg. "13"19 iCh26 18 - 18 (all c. art.) (Thes cp. Pers. Jffi open kiosk, summer-house (lit. light-bearer), whence perhaps 'b as loan-word, cf. Mishn. "nTO, 1«J">B, % N"11J"1B sw6«r6(made up oivillas, sumnier-houseslhes); '& then post-ex. insertion in 2 K 23"; cf. further Dr in Hastings DB ). t [n§ or hr*] n. [m.] s Hb 3 14 , text and meaning dub.; warriors (583!) or leaders (© Swao-Toiv, cf. © Thes We) would suit context. T"12 (A>f foil.; cf. Ar. jti remove, separate, jli depressed ground between hills; NH l" 1 !?!" extend border, exceed limit; TVIB = BH *f<Ei.

[nt">E] n.f. open region, hamlet ; — only 

pi. DirjB : 'B H? Ez 38 11 a land of hamlets (opp. nn'in ( etc.); B?"fr*} 3B*ri 'B Zc 2 8 as open regions shall Jerusalem sit (3#J 4); In **JJ? Est9 19 (opp. |OTB> v 18 ); perh. Ju 5 7 ('s for |in,B, c f. ©SGFM). T*T"lE n. [m.] bamlet-dweller ; — coll. c. art. 'sn Ss'a i S6 18 (opp.isao t^), 'an ny Dt3 s (opp. 'lJi rioin nnsa nnv); pi. D'HBn Est 9 19 Qr (Kt D'man). tpnj) n.[m.] dub.; 'b Jus 7 ; sf.WtTB v 11 (Lag BN119 ), poss. coll. rural population, rustics, Bachm Bu (the latter as gen. obj. after "lp"JS righteous acts to the peasants); > ® Thes Be leaders and leadership (cf. [H a ])j t ex * ver y uncertain ; on v 7 see [^n 3 ] su P r -