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ncN mcN . purposed, I will also do it ! 48 ,21 Implying something surprising or unexpected, even, in- deed Jb I4 3 i5 4 *. 1«"j and also Lv 2 G» MA3M Dti5 17 Hb2 15 ^68 19 i'Ch8 32 * = 9 38 *2Chi2 6 * Ne 2 18 i3 15 ; and even Jb 19 4 TO DJ»N" C 1N1 : and even indeed (if) I have erred . . . With n, Wl indeed ..A really . . .1 t Gn i8 13ia wilt thou indeed sweep away the righteous with the wicked? v 24 Am 2" Jb 34 17 40 8 . In contrast to a preceding thought (expressed or implied) but, nay (imo) ifr 44'° 58 s ; cf. Ju 5 s9 *. . (Equallyinprose and poetry) with ref. to a preceding sentence, yea, a fortiori, the more so ( = hovj much more I after an affirm, clause ; =how much less ! after a neg. one): t2 S 4""' when one told me, Saul is dead ... I took hold of him and slew him . . .'31 Win myen D^J^n? f|K a fortiori, how much more (should I do so), when wicked men have slain a righteous per- son, etc.! Ez 14 21 (Ew Hi) 15 5 Pr 21 27 (in all these passages > '2 = when) Jb 4". So ^ ti S 23 3 2 K 5 13 . . . f$g "IPK" , | *K) and tlie more (=and how much rather), when he hath said to thee, etc. More commonly in this sense strengthened by '3 (q. v.), v. infr. f bjk 1. furthermore tEz 23 40 Hb 2 5 (Ges quin imo, quin etiam). 2. in a qu., indeed (is it) that ..A tGn 3 1 0*7$* -lOtps e)K indeed-, that God has said ... H. e. has God really said ... 1 (cf. ^D above). 3. with ref. to a preceding sentence (which is often introduced by JO or n ?. n ), yea, that . . . ! i.e. how much more (or less) ! tPr. 1 1 3 ' lo, the righteous is recompensed in the earth NBini yen «3 «|K 'tis indeed that (=how much more) the wicked and the sinner ! 15 11 if 19 710 Jb 9 14 is 16 25 6 1 S 14 30 1 K8 27 (= 2 Ch 6 18 ) lo, the heavens . . . cannot contain thee W? JV?n '? *]&< 'tis indeed that this house (cannot do so), i.e. how much less this house ! 2CI132 16 . So'? W tDtsi 27 iS2i 6 (perh.; but v. US 8 ™- 1 - 4 * Dr 8 "" 293 ) 2S16 11 . (InJb 35 14 (Hi De) Ne 9 18 1 *!« is simply=yea, when . . .) TDK (existence & mng. dub. Thes MV al. identify with "IBK gird on, but this denom. v. infr.; Lag BN^8;S - N1890 • ,, • 15 prop. Jjj, come as am- bassador, as 1/ of lis?*). ifeM ( 2 8t.) & TEN (2ot.)n.m. El28 ' 7 ephod (Eth. K4*2: cf. Aram. JL'.3 id. (on mng.v. Lag'- *■), perh. also As. pid, pittu Zim BF39 ; on form v. Ges JM.12.E. but Lag'- C - comp. jUj, & thinks liSS shortened from 'ttn 3B>n 'robe of approach' to God)— 'K abs. Ex 25 7 +; cstr. 1 S 2 18 +;— 1. ephod, priestly garment, shoulder-cape or man- tle; a. as worn by ordinary priest made of white stuff (13) 1 S22 18 ; 'K Kfc'l cf. 2; so Samuel as a temple-servant 2 8 ; 'N "ton gin with an eph.; so David when dancing before ark 2 S6 l4 (t'd.) 1 Ch 15 27 'K nn bjTjj b. as prescribed in P for high priest, more costly, woven of gold, blue, purple, scarlet, & linen (? &&) threads, provided with shoulder-pieces & breast-piece of like material, ornamented with gems and gold, Ex 25 7 28 4 - 61216 29 s 35 ,!17 39 2 - 7 + 17 t. Ex 28, 39, also Lv 8 7 ; cf. prob. 1 S2 28 ('N NBO) 14 3 2 1 10 (v. sub 2); tB} apn EX28 2728 29' 39 s0 - 21 Lv8 7 ; 'Kn b"VTi 29* 39 k (cf. Lv8 7 ); with vb. "?5 'NrrnK fnj ^«< «A« ep/wd on Aaron Lv 8 7 . 2. ephod used in consulting 1 S 23' 'x borne in hand (rd. T* 'Km TV ® We Dr) v 9 30" (all c. «tyj) + i4 w (tsfai) & v 18 , in both rd. 'NH for jriK & v 18 also KM ® Klo Dr; a. ace. to Thes MV Di Ex 28 s al. properly sub 1 b ; consultation of in that case by Urim & Thummim in the breast- piece attached to the ephod (cf. Ex 28 2M0 & v. tniN); if so, in view of NBO 1 S 2 s8 1 4 318 (cf. supr.), not used else- where= wear exc. 22 18 , & of 23", the word might be used by meton. for the breast-piece itself; b. others, e.g. Sta 06 **-' 466 ' 471 Bu 881 " al., think of an image representing '1 ; cf. following. 3. a. ephod of gold made by Gideon Ju 8 s7 for a local sanctuary, by which Isr. was ensnared ; = 2 b ace. to @ Thes ('sine controversia ') Stu al. + Sta Bu I.e.; orig. = gold sheathing of an image (cf. etymol. supr. & Is 30 22 sub TIBS) ; MVBe Kb Hiap,I,robl< " , " ,M think of garment, as sub 1 v. supr. b. made (material not given) for a private, local sanctuary Ju 1 7" 1 8 141718 - 20 ( || ^DB, .1300, D^e™ in all, for ® gives n3DD v 20 , om. •Iq); cf. Ho 3 4 Isr. shall abide without king, prince, sacrifice, pillar, ephod or teraphim; ace. to Thes al. + Sta Bu l.c.=2 b; Stu Be Ry al. regard as sub 1 ; in view of distinction from PDB, D3DD & D'Bin it seems more likely that this is not an image, but some means of con- sulting deity, perh. in imitation of Urim & Thummim. tlbX n.pr.m. father of a chief of Ma- nasseh Nu 34 21 . T[7DN] vb. denom. gird on ephod, Qal Pf. "IBNil SS-ns b rnBXI Ex 29 s and thou shalt gird the ephod upon him with the cunningly- wrought band of the ephod; so Impf. v "IB^'l la (|| -un) Lv 8 7 . tiTJDN n.f. ephod (=1iBN, for which it