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Mttfe P<. pi. OTPffr Ne 4 17 ;— 1 . jrfrtp ojf, ^tt« o^, one's garment (ncc.) i S 19 24 Ez 26 16 44" Lv 6* (opp. BkS), i6 a (id. s both P), Ne 4 17 Ct 5 s ; ace. om. Is 32 11 ; of locusts Na 3" 1 stripping ^"(sheaths of wings, cf. Da Dr ^ *). 2. put off (one's shelter), i.e. make a dash (from a sheltered place), c. ?N J1120 37 , abs. 9"; esp. of marauding foray, Ho 7 1 , c. by against Ju <f* M 1 S 2^ 30" (ins. by cf. ©WeDral.), Jbi' 7 , c. b» 1 S27 8 3o', c. 3 1 Ch 14 913 2 Ch 25 13 28 18 ; in 1 S 27 10 rd. |K (for -b«), We Dr al. Pi. Inf. cstr. BEteb, c. ace. pers. 1 S31 8 to strip the slain = iCh 10 8 ; abs. only to strip (sc. the slain) 2 S 23 10 (ins. also || 1 Ch 1 1 13 Dr). Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. B'Bten Jb 1.9 9 ; 3 mpl. sf. IpB^arn Ez 2 3 26 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. B0EJ Nu 20 28 ; it s. sf. n|B»efcK Ho 2 s ; 2 mpl. pOBfen Mi 2 8 , etc.; Imv. Btfan Nu 20 26 ; Inf. cstr.O^Bn 2 Ch29 M ; P<. pi.' D>EJ<E>BD 35 11 ;— 1. strip one of garment (2 ace.) Gn37 23 (E), Nu20 26::8 (opp. t^abn), Ez 16 39 2 3 M ; c. ace. pers. alone 1 Ch io 9 ; Ho 2 s strip her (sf.) naked (nenj)). 2. strip off, ace. V$| 1 S 31 9 , clothing Jb22 6 ; c. acc.">"1« + ^BO Mi 2 8 ; c. acc."W + ^5?° 3 3 , cf. (ace. ni33) Jb 1 9 9 . 3. Jay, c. ace. r6yn Lvi 6 2 Ch 29 s4 ; ace. om. 35". Hithp. Impf. 3 ms. B$B1V1 1 S 18 4 he stripped himself o/his garment (ace). t^t^B vb. rebel, transgress (NH id.; Syr.>«>ia is be terrified, ).,V.«9> tepid, insipid) ; — Qal P/. 3 ms. 'a 2 K 3 7 + , 2 fs. r#B Zp 3 11 ; riJJB'B J e 3 » etc. ; Impf. Jrt?B? Pr 2 8 2 ' + 8 1. Impf. ; Imv. mpl. WE*? Am4 4 ; Inf. abs. #?B Is 59 13 ; cstr. S^B Am'4 4 Ez 10"; Pt. ytTB Is 4 8 8 ; D*fltfc Is i 28 + , etc.; — 1. rebel, revolt, of nations, c. 3 against, 1 K 12 19 2 K i 1 3 s - 7 2 Ch io 19 ; abs. 2 K 8 K , 1! nnnt? v 2022 2 Ch 2 i 8 - 1010 ; ? WfB Is i 2 (Isr. under fig. of r, 's sons). 2. transgress against God, abs. Is i 28 46" 48 s 53 12 " Ho 14 10 Am 4 44 La 3" Dn 8 s3 f 37 s8 5 1» for (?J?) a bit of bread Pr 28 21 ; njn 13-13 Ezr io 13 in this thing; by Win Ho 8 1 ; elsewhere c. 3 against God : '3 'b Is 43 s7 59" 66 24 Je 2 829 3 13 3 ' 3 8 Ez 2 3 20 38 Ho 7";

'b ne>K a^B'B 1 k 8*° Ez 1 8 3 ' ; 3 'b -leto ni Wy 

Zp 3". Niph. Pf. 3 ms. VB'BJ TO! (van d. H. Pt. yE/BJ) a brother (who has been) offended Pr 1 8 19 , but very dubious, cf. Toy. f 2Q$B n.m.* 19 " transgression; — abs. 'b Ex 2 2 8 +, SB'S Pr io ,9 + ; cstr. irefe Gn 50 17 + ; sf. ff9 Gn si 36 -*- 14 t. sfs.; pi. D'VB'B Prio 12 ; cstr. 'JfB'B Ami 3 + , etc.; — 1. transgression against individuals Gn 31" 50 1717 Ex 22 8 (E), r S 24 12 25 s8 Pr io 19 1 7" 28 24 2^ i6a ; DTIB 1 ? 'B

13 ; nana noari D'ytye-b *;y io 12 , cf. 17 9 19" 
13 . 2. of nation, against nation : Am i 3 - 6 ' 1113 

2 1 ; of land Pr 2 8 2 . Elsewh. 3. against God : a. in gen., || nXBn Is 58' 5 9 12 Mi i" 13 3 8 Am 5 12 ; || y Ez2i 29 f 107 17 ; 'a nfcT> Ez 18 2 " 8 ; 'a on

12 ; U «T! Is 59" Jb 35 « Je 5 6 0); ^ ^ 

'B inNUn Jb 34 s7 he addeth transgression unto his sin; 'B " l TX l IS57 4 ; personified as evil spirit, y&B DN3 ^ 36 s . b. as recognized by sinner ; he knows it ^5i 5 , makes known concerning it to '< 32 s , does not cover it (HD3) Jb3i 33 ; turns from it Is 5 9 20 Ez 1 8 30 ; casts it away from him Ez 1 8 31 . c. God deals with it : by visiting it (lpB) Am 3 14 V'89 33 , dealing with one accord- ing to it, 3 n'BTJ Ez 39'- 4 , making it known to sinner Jb 13 23 36 9 ; punishing in various ways: 'BD because of it Is 53 s ' 8 ; c. by, ace. to it Am 2 4 ' 6 La i 5 - 22 ; for it, c. 3 IS50 1 ; 'B 72 La i 14 yoke of transgression; personified, 'B T3 Dn?B^1 Jb 8 4 ; he does not grant forgiveness to it, 'b Vfoi tO Ex 23 21 Jos 24" (E). d. God forgives (x'eo) it Ex 34 7 Nu 14 18 (J), Jb 7 21 , cf. ^ 32'; pardons (I"6d) 1 K 8 50 ; passes over (by ~y, cf. Pr 19") Mi 7' 8 ; removes (p'mn) ^ 103 12 ; covers over (1B3) 65 4 ;— cf. (of priest) 'BD BHpn"^> 1B31 Lv 16", and confession of 'b over (ijy) goat v 21 ; —God blots out (nno) Is 43 s5 44 12 f 51 3 ; 'B^ l'3in"PN25 7 ; delivers from, JD^Vn39 9 . — Jb35 15 read VC"B for B*B q. v. 4. guilt of transgression (cf. y 2), 'B PS without (guilt of) transgression Jb 33 9 34 6 ; 'n *b f 59 4 ; wby 'a Ez 33 10 ; nss 'an^yIs24 20 ; / B3i3^5i';' B D wpj 19 14 ; «Mp8g '£>~?22defile tliemselves with all (the guilt of)their transgressions Ezi4"37 23 ; 'B"rt"l5f3 Dnn Jbi4 17 . 5. punishment for transgression, Dn 8 12 " 9 s4 , cf. J1J? 3. 6. offering for transgression, fntcn <yB»S niaa Mi 6 7 shall I give my first-born as an offering for my transgression (cf. nxun 4). T"ltt?S n. [m.] solution, interpretation (loan-word from Aram. N^B) ; — cstr. 'b Ec 8 1 . t[ntt>2] n.[m.] flax, linen (•/dub.; NH friS^B, Pun. *o«rr; Low" 233 );— sf.'^B Ho 2 711 ; elsewhere pi. DTISPB J u 15" + , cstr. 'FIB'S Jos 2 6 ; — 1. flax, after gathering, f}?n 'FIE'B Jos 2 s (JE, v. yy. 2 f); inflammable Ju i5 14 (sim.); as natural product ( + " 10 *) Ho 2 711 ; as material, 'B P'riB Ez 40 3 ; of various garments Je 13 1 Ez 44 i7.i8.i8 +nD y Dt2 2 11 Lvi3 47 - 48 - 62M (P), cf. Pr 31"; nipn'f ; b n3j> i s i 9 9 ( v . [P^]). H