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rns i Ch v 4 ; HMflrfe 2 S 3 23 io 7 1 Ch 19 8 2 Ch 26"; 'X(n) lb captain of (the) Ao«* Gn2i 2132 (E) 26 26 (J) Ju 4" 1 S 1 2 9 + 2 1 t. ; tax(n) »$> 1 K i 25 (but rd.-fe'), 1 Ch 25 1 26 26 2Ch 3 3"; 'X3 D^V 1CI112 22 ; niK3X(n) nfe'Dt 20 9 iK 2 5 1 Ch 27 s ; 'xn ttn iChi2 14 ; nixas *j£p ^68"; 'x(n) S>$> over the host (as captain) Nu 1 o 1415 + 10 1. Nu 1 o (P), 2 S 8 16 = 1 Ch 18 15 , 2 S 17 25 1 K 2 s5 4 4 ; -S>K 'xn b 2 S 20 23 (S>K for by) ; a™??"^? Ex 6 26 1 2 51 (P); niN3X N'Xin lead out armies EX7 4 i2 17 (P); 'X KX' army goes forth (to war) Ex 1 2 41 1 Ch 7"; U<rri&aS3 XSn K^> ^ 44 '», of '•< going wi<A our ar- mies= 6o 12 = 108 12 ; fig. of great number, 3"i K3X 68 12 .— On K3X1 niB^q Jb io 17 v. Di ; Bu prop. (1)?$? s *)?nJ? i.e. thou dost renew (thine) army against me. b. host (organized body) of angels (cf. Lu2 13 ), d'Dtrn N3X (So) all the host of heaven

K 22 19 =2 Ch 18 18 , Ne a 6 ; VN3X S>3 f 103 21 

148 2 ; DilBO K3X Is 24 21 host of the high (angel- princes ; || earthly monarchs) ; DtHEfel K3X Dn 8 10 , X3XH v'°(al. v" fig. of Israel); 'i 'X l'C captain of the host of'" 1 Jos 5 1415 (theophanic angel) ; "Te> N3Xn Dn 8" (angel-prince of Israel, others, God), c. of sun, moon and stars, D , DE i n K3X 73 Dt4 19 !7 3 2Ki7 16 2i 3 ' 5 =2Ch 33 3 - 5 , 2K23" Je8 2 i9 13 (all as objects of worship), Is 34 4 ; D'DB'n 'X Je33 22 Zpi 5 ; DK3X S>3 Ne9 6 ^ 33 6 Is 34 4 45 12 ; DN3X Is 40 26 .— Je 3 19 v. I. '3V. d. of the entire creation, DN3X S>3 Gn a'. 2. war, warfare, service: N3X N5P jro <m< to war Nu i 3M + 12 t. Nu 1, 26 s (P) 1 Ch 5 18 7" 12 3336 2Ch25 s 26 1, ; , V3NyNu3i 36 (P)Dt2 4 5 ; / xi>NV' Nu 3i 27 - 28 (P); 'xi> rby go up to war Jos 22 1233 (P); 'XD K3 come from war NU31 14 2 CI128' 2 ; 'xS> pp 1 S28 1 ; 'X? ni'B' Nu 31 466 (P); D'errnn 'X3 1 Ch 7 40 ; jnsn 'X Dn 8 12 ; 'X(n) #Jt> mm 0/ war Nu 3i 2I53 (P) 1 Ch 12 8 , cf. 'XH DJ? Nu 3 1 3 '- (P); v. also II. pn ; *xb ^n ntaa 1 Ch 1 2 25 ; 'X '.pS 1 Ch 1 2 37 instruments of war. 3. ser- vice : a. of Levites in sacred places Nu 4 3 - 2 " - 3s.39.43 8 24.25 . ^ KHp Dn 8' 3 (al. as v", 1 b). b. othard service of troubled life Jb 7 1 14 14 Is 40 2 Dn io 1 . 4. l"liK3X, in name of '< as God of war, prob. first in time of warlike David (some connect witli sacred ark, but ark older), ex- plained bvrfr nisiyo »r6s mtox nw i s 17 46 '< Sebaoth God of the battle array of Israel (the thought of angels and stars as army of God is later) ; a. earliest form c. art. : J"riN3Xn VpK *" Am 3 13 6" 9 5 ( ,r P&? om. by error, cf. We), Ho 1 2 6 . b. without art., definite by usage, niN3X *rpj| "

S 5 10 Am 5 141516 6 8 1 K 1 9 1014 Je 5" 1 5" f 8 9 9 ; 

'xTif. ^8 ni<3X inlsN "• Je 35 17 38" 44 7 1 S f = iChi7 24 ,l82i 10 37 w ; 1st ^N m. Je 7 321 + 30 1. Je ; Zp 2 9 ; biOfe* Tli)K 'X DlS>N '» ^59' (DWM variant of '•>); tot? 'X 'K "•, * <JW 0/ hosts his name Am 4 13 5 s7 , later reduced to 'x W Is 4 7 4 4 8 2 5i 15 54 5 Je io 16 si^-M t. Je. c.'as n.pr. Sebaoth: D1N3X "• Sebaoth (Lord of hosts, Vrss, owing to Qr ^"1^, but this never cstr. 'J^?? ; ah ^ 0/ hosts, but < names in appos., since '> is n.pr.; 'x for earlier 'x vbtt ; cf. SaPaae Ja 5 4 Rom 9 M ): 1 S i 311 4 4 15 2 17" 2 S 6 218 7 8 - 26 1 K 18 16 2 K 3 14 i 9 31 1 Ch n 9 17 7 f 24 10 + 6 t. W, Mi 4 4 Na 2 14 3 6 Hb 2" Zp 2 10 Is i 9 2 12 5 7 - 916 - 24 + 35 t. Is6- 39 , Is 2 only 44 6 45 > 3 , Je 6 6 - 9 8 3 9 616 + 26 t. Je, Hg i"+ 12 t. Hg, Zc i»*" + 4o t. Zc 1-8, 9 ls +8 t. 10-14, Mai i 4 - 6 - 8 + 2 1 1. Mai ; 'X * Jinxn Is i 24 + 4 t. Is (incl. 10" Baer Gi > van d. H. »)*(j for *») ; 'X "» >rH 3 " + (on these phr. v. f~lt* 1, 6) ; 'x D'nS'K ('n later Qr for orig. ) ^ 8o 815 ; 'X DflijK ^ (earlier + later [inserted] '«) ^ 80 6 ' 20 84". — Cf. Driver Hastings DB (1900), Lord OF Hosts a]a( | ygg 1 T kL_ Amos (Belhefta iur ZAW iv asOO). 3W7) ni«n^, niNa!?, CM!!? v. further I, n. '3X. a^n:? v . o«3x. I. 332E (-/of foil.; cf. As. sumbu (=*subbu), cart j X KS'S low, covered wagon). tj.32 n.[m.] litter;— abs.'x, in 3X n% Nu 7 3 , prob. Utter-wagons, i.e. wagons covered, like palanquin ; pi. D'3X Is 66 20 litters (on Vrss cf. Di Su ). !!• J Ja (-/of foil.; cf. Ar. sl^J cleave to ground; NH 3X=BH, Syr. )JJL in Lexx; Ar. ^^l is a large lizard, v. esp. Seetzen BelM "" ll - 436(r -). ■(■ n. 22 n. [m.] lizard, as unclean, Lv 1 1 29 . tni?!2 n.pr.m. in Judah, 'X? 1CI14 8 , lafraBa, A 2cn/3i;/3a, @L 2a/3^a. ft [nUlii] vb. swell, swell up (NH id.) ; — Qal i 1 /. 3 fs. consec. HH3X1 Nu 5 s7 ; appar. Hiph. Inf. cstr. niax!> v 22 , < read Qal niaxi) Di 01» 78c Sta 5114 *- 2 ; both of adulteress' belly.— n"3X Is 29 7 v. N3X. t[n!12] adj. swelling, swollen; — f. n3X Nu 5 21 (as foregoing). II. n^2i(V'offoll.; meaning dub.; Dl PrlM Buhl al. cp. Ar. U-» lean, incline (esp. III.), fig. incline toward (,Jt), yearn for, As. sabti, Aram. K3X, a. , all desire, etc.).