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TIDN 64 Ne 4". " 5. sq. 'IOC 1 ? 1 ? begin the battle, make the attack (cf. Germ, mit jemandem anbinden) 1 R 20" 2 Ch 1 3 s . 6. fig. of obligation of oath or vow (only N1130, P) B'SJ"-'? 'N, usually Eq.acc.cogn.1DN, 1BN Nu 3 o 3 " 6 ' 8 •»•"•"; without ">?« etc., v 710 ; cf. v 4 "IBS 'K (e>sr^>$? om.) 2Tiph. pass, of Qal 3, be bound, imprisoned, Impf. (juss.) 1DN; Gn 42" (E); 2 ms. IDNPI Ju l6 «.io.i3 ^ of g amson ). j mv . ncrn Gn 42 16 (E). Fn. Pf. be taken prisoner V^BN Is 22 s ; V1DK ft. tniDN n.m. J ° 15 " band, bond (Aram. "HON, i£»l"; on the form v. Ges* 84 ' 12 •») VJ^DtJ, of Samson Ju 15 14 ; DniDK Ec 7 s8 of hands of evil woman; "ilDNn JV3= prison Je 37 15 . t^DN n.m. 0n992 ° bondman, prisoner (Ar. J T V j^ Aram. JUW, MI nDt«)— 'tf abs. ^ 79 11 102 21 ; pi. DTDS Gn 39 22 + , cf. Ju 16 2 ' 25 Kt ; cstr. , TpNVio7 ;o +,Gn39 20 Qr;l , -! , pN^69 34 4-, etc. ; — prisoner Gn 39 2022 (J), elsewhere only poetic; Is 14 17 ; as having rest in grave from task-master Jb 3 18 ; esp. as obj. of divine com- passion *68 7 (|| TIT), 69 s4 (|| JV3N); 'N AgM " !02 2 '(both ||nnwn "os), 107 10 ^nai "iv/tt (mr£w ^n n?*); c f. nj?' x La a' 34 ; specif. of liberated exiles of Isr. Zc 9 11 , called captives o/%>«nipnn'Nv 12 . T"VDSl n.[m.] mostly coll. prisoners (ace. to Ol' 1861 corruption of TDK, cf. Lag BNU0 ) taken in battle Is io 4 (Lag 8Jmm, • ,05iGGA,884 • 2,s,, ids. Tin TDK etc., Osiris is broken, but cf. Che crltn ), 24 K (sim. of judgment upon kings of earth); 42 7 (|| T^ 1 'S^; ref. to exiled Isr.,but v. also Hi Che Di); 1 Ch 3 ' 7 1BK n$fl ^ prob. =sons of Jeconiah the captive (yet note omission of art.) so Be Zo Ot al.; © S3 trans, as n.pr. t^ON n.pr.m. son of Korah Ex 6 24 1 Ch 6 7 ; called son of Ebiasaph v 8 - 22 . t""lDN n.m. Nu30 8 bond, binding obligation (cf. BAram. "9!*, Syr. *»( ; so forms with suff. infr. v. Ba NB62 "cf. Sta* 208 *; but perh. Aram, loan-word v. Lag BNm ) — 'x abs. Nu 30'+ ; cstr. v u ; sf. PnOK v 6 ; pi. sf. rnpK v 616 , rnptJ v 8 — only Nu 30 (P), binding obligation of oath or vow; mostly ace. cogn. with "1DX (q.v.) ; Nu 3o 3 - 4 - 6 - 5 - 6 - 8 - 11.1J. n^B3 -1DN v 13 ; -IBX n$>3f foVidm? oa<A v". tmon n.f. cstr. nnan 'd &ond o/ <a«  covenant Ez 20 37 (=JTlbKD; text dub. cf. Lag Gai882.W8f.K01; Cq rdg -^ J g n p, D y sub ^p,. so @). "["'D'iO] n.m. Is2822 band, bond, poet. & late (=ipxb; Eth. "VXwCl Syr. H'liU, cf. As. mesiru, slueathing, plating, e.g. Lyon .r B ontt«.,p.l6.1.65.p.80)_ c&tr _ ^ Jb I2 18 ( S Di Hoffm al. for IDIO) ; pi. ninpiO J e 5* 27 s ; cstr. niiDb Jb 39 5 ; npia Is 52 s ; sf. npto ^ii6 18 ; fntwto Je3o 8 ; By^to Is 28 s2 ; tojnVwpto ,/,

3 etc.; — bands ace. after DP1S Jb 39 s restrain- 

ing-bands of wild ass; f 1 1 6 16 bonds of distress ; Is 52 2 VW* 'D bonds of captivity of Zion, vb. Hithp.; cf. also Jbi2 18 nna tP^D *lpto (so rd., v. supr. & AVEV); Di understands bonds imposed by kings; Hoffm girdles of kings, & rds. "1CW in ||, for "IDW; more oft. ace. after pnj ^ 2 3 bonds imposed by ^ & his anointed, cf, Je 5 6 & 2 20 (® % v. Comm.) ; of Yahweh's breaking bonds of Isr. Je 30 8 Na i 13 (last four || 5»S* "O^, bonds of oppressed ^ 107 14 ; '13 JpJTIj Is 28 s2 , i.e. bonds imposed by Assyria; cf. Je 27 s (||t2ta) lit., symbol, of rule of Nebuchadrezzar. T i"HDi^ n.pr.loc. station of Isr. in wilder- ness, where Aaron died (this was Mt. Hor ace. toNu20 22 '33 37, )Dtio 6 ; locality unknown. Another form is tniipfcl n.pr.loc. id., NU33 303 '. T J^rrnDN n.pr.m. Esarhaddon(As. Asur- ah-iddina, Ashur hath given a brother) king of Assyria B.C. 681-668, son & successor of Sen- nacherib Is 37 38 = 2 K 1 9 37 (van d. H. ptn-lDX) ; Ezr4 2 ; cf. COT. ~^np^ n.pr.f. Esther (Pers. stdra, star) — daughter of Abihail, cousin and adopted daughter of Mordecai, of tribe of Benjamin ; made queen in Vashti's place by Ahasuerus; her Jewish name HEnn q . v . Est 2 7 - 81011161S1617 + 47 1. Est. I. F|M v. sub s:tt. II. *1»S conj . denoting addition, esp. of some- thing greater, also, yea (so Ph. Aram. &( , IN, ^itf; cf. >-j). 1. very rare in plain prose (in which D3 is more usual): Gn 40 16 * (*with pron., as rather often) I also in my dream, Nu 16 14 Dt 2 n*.!o* a g 20 h ( v Dr ) 2 K 2 n* Est gM. more freq. in poetry, esp. as introducing emphatically a new thought Dt 33 3 - 20 - 28 1 S 2 7 ^i6 6 - 7 - 9 18 49 65 14 they shout for joy, yea, they sing ! 68 M7

16 8 9 a 

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3 +5 or in more 

elevated prose style, Lv 2 6 16 *- 24 *- 28 *- 41 *; and 25 t. in the impassioned rhetoric of Is 2 (40 24 - 48 15 ), e.g. 40 24 4 1 10 - 26 42 13 43 719 46" yea, I have spoken, I will also bring it to pass; I have