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■Y1SO (sf. pers.); elsewhere of bringing into straits a city or people, c. ?, Is 29 s - 7 , so 7 6 (reading njjMm for MT narpfl), Thes Che Du Gr Marti, cf. formula b 'VJ -I5?N pixpai "rtxpa Dt 28 s "" 7 Je 19 9 ; pt. abs. p'itBri Is 51 1313 <A« oppressor. Tpii* n.[m.] si vera 1., constraint, dis- tress ; — D'nyn pi2?3$ Dn 9 s5 usu. in distressful times; Gr 131 fp31 ( S o © [v 27 ] @), as beginning of v 26 , omitting ) in *Wj ( c f. Bev Marti). Tnp'lS n.f. pressure, distress ; — national Is8 2S ( + rT]S), cf. '«, rro ps 30 6 ; personal 'si rm p r i 27 . fn. p!ftft, p2^Q n.[m.] constraint, dis- tress ; — abs. pSID Is 8 23 distress; abs. also P2HO Jb 36"", of distress as constraint (opp. 2rn); ptfioa D*D arh 37™ lit. irc constraint (i.e. frozen). — 1. pXID v. pX "pl^Q n.[m.] straitness, straits, stress; — alw. abs. 'D; — 'O B^N"?3 1 S 2 2* every man of straits (in straits); 13M ">isp3 Dt 2 8 53M - 57 Jei9 9 (all of national straits); *ttt«p ISTIX ^1 i 9 >«; perh. rd. pixp also 32 s , for pn WHO, cf. DuBr. tn^lSQ n.f. id.;— abs. 15' "i* Jb 15"; Bi» 'W fTOZp i 15 ; pi. sf., of '» delivering •'niplSBD f 25 17 , DnVtipJSBD etc., 107 6131928 . fH. [pIX] vb. pour out, melt (|| pr);— Qal />/. 3 pi. (ace. to Thes al.) pPf Is 26 16 , but v. infr.; Impf. 3 ms. nwn: pir J3K1 Jb 28 s (rd. perh. 'pir, v. Bu) and stone (ore, mere) 1Mb it into copper; i»#"^3 'I 7 ?? PWJ "W Jb 2 9 6 <Ae roc& w«erf to pour out beside me streams of oil. — Is 26 16 (as above) must mean they poured out (uttered) a whisper (B*D?; i.e. prayer); but form most improb.; KoppeGrDiDu al. prop. && PP3f (from assumed ppif, I. pl¥) = constraint of (like' that of) magic; <Houb Kit jrfca ipjTSf 131, or Che Hpt «b *J-)MD '3 pri;>p Upj». T[p^2Qj n.m. molten support, pillar; — pi. cstr. JTJS ^pxp 1 S 2 8 the supports of the earth area's; — pixp i4 5 ('as a pillar,' 'steep,' etc.) is difficult (cf. HPS) ; del. with ® Th Dr Bu. I. "YE* (-/of foil.; cf. possibly Ar. j£(j) cause to incline, lean; NH = BH (rare), so Aram. )»oT (cf. Kb"- 1 ' 90 ), K^S). tlN^S a.m.* Ji - 6 neck, back of neck;— abs. 'V Is 8 8 + , cstr. "WS Je 28 10 + 3 t. 28 ; sf. nxjX La 1", D-lIX Ne 3 s , etc.; pi. cstr. *$*($ Ju 8 21 +; sf. vy$ Gii27 ,6 +, DanKflf Je2V ls , toa-niKis Mi 2 3 ; — 1. neck, esp. back of neck, of man, wear- ing chain as ornament Gn 4 i 42 (E), so of woman Ct i 10 , cf. Ju 5 30 (rd. perh. 'im for "I-), elsewh. in Gn usu. pi. intens., of individual, '2T5J 7B3 45" (E), 46* 33 4 (Or; Kt sg.), so fi* naa 45" 46 s9 (all J); VJKjX r0H 2 f 6 smooth part of neck (J); neck of beautiful woman Ct 4 4 7 5 ; neck as pressed by foot of conqueror Jos 1 o 2424 (JE); place of yoke Gn 27 40 (sg.; J), Dt 28 48 Is io 27 Je 27 281112 28 10 " 12 - 14 30 8 ; of transgres- sions as yoke La i 14 ; place of bonds IS52 2 ; of bearing load, Ne 3 5 (fig-), hence calamity as burden Mi 2 3 ; neck as smitten with sword Ez 2 j 34. '>f~"iy as measurement of height (depth; in fig.) Is8 8 30 8 Hb3 ,s ; pny 'S3 fig. + 15 > speak not with arrogant neck (si vera 1.; but rd. perh. "NOT against the Bock, ® Kara rov 6tov, Bae Hup-Now Che Kau); of wicked, rushing against God Jb 1 s 26 .— 13ST13 13-iNjS"/? Las 5 is dubious; Matthes Lbhr Bae l3rS>y b)} ; Bu 'W b'V, and WBIH or l3Ett!T for ". 2. neck of animals, camels (wearing ornaments) Ju 8 2126 ; heifer Ho 1 o" (i. e. place of yoke, in fig. of Ephr.) ; horse Jb39 19 , crocodile 41". t[p112] n.[m.]pl. necklace; — sf. nn«  IfJjfylQ pjg Ct 4 9 . II. HA vb. confine, bind, besiege (NH id., wrap (rare); Aram. "W besiege, beleaguer); — Qal Pf. 2 ms. n-JJn Dt 14 25 , etc.; Impf. 3ras.13f>1 iK2o' + , 2 111S.TO Dt20 19 , etc.; Imv. fs.nw Is 2I = (after "b$ Kb 1 - 444 , cf.Ges' 72 '); Inf. cstr.-wh 1 S 23 s ; Pt. pi. nns 1 K 1 s 27 + ;— . confine, secure (|| I.V1X), ace. rei + 3 of recep- tacle Dt 14 25 2 K S^Ez 5 3 ; complem. om. 2 K 1 2". . shut in, besiege, c. ?J? of city 2 S 1 1 1 1 K 15 27 i6 17 20 1 2K6 2425 17 5 18 9 24 11 Is29 3 ( + acc. of siege-works), Je32 2 37 s 39 9 Dt 20 12 Ez 4 3 Dn i 1 ; c. 7? pers. (within city ) 2 S 2 o IS 2 K 1 6 5 Je 2 1 49 ; c. bit of city (for !>$?) Dt 20 19 ; c. b« pers. 1 S 23 s ; c. ON of city only 1 Ch 20' (|| 2 S n 1 supr.); abs. Is 2 1 2 .— T^V TyrrriK Q, 1? D , 3! ? Ju9 s ' is cor- rupt; Frankenb HIC *"" b, " , ' a ' Bu GFM Bpt Now D ,- }yp inciting against. 3. shut up, enclose : n.« W O^V n,x ? Ct 8 ° (b of maid [under fig. of door] -face, mater., cf. Is 29 s supr.); c. sf. pers. + 139 s (fig., '••subj.). T112J3 n. [m.] siege-enclosure, siege, en- trenchment; — alw.'Dabs., exc. cstr.lixp EZ4 7 , sf. «5J» v 8 ;— 1. siege tt»^ tif 'D Mi 4 14 he hath