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tthp npip T v . ii. mp. t I Jp vb. be dark (dull-coloured, cf. Ar. jil be dirty (on i=n v. No"""" 0886 '- 729 ); NH Hiph. (of face) shew gloom; X 3 IIP be dark); — Qal Pf. consec. Tip] Mi 3 6 ; i s. Wpj Je 8 21 , etc.; Pt. nip ^35" + ; pi. DnVp Jb'5 1 ' e 1 ";— 6e dark, of sky Je 4** (leaden-coloured, as with clouds, v. Hithp.), of sun and moon Jo 2 10 4 15 ; fig. of lack of revelation from '», tf*J B"*lnj 1>1 Mi 3 s ; of turbid stream Jb 6 16 ; fig. of mourning (prob. be squalid, of neglected person and dress of mourner, cf. 2 S 1 9 2i ) Je 8 21 1 4 2 (Yyfo, metaph. of gates) ; Jb 5 n 30"("fD ^?),^35"38 7 42 10 43 3 - Hiph. . darken: Pf. 1 s. consec. ^"HP'T Ez 32' (obj. stars), cf. Impf. 1 s. sf. t!?V B3TflJ 32 s . . ccmse to wiomto fi3ai> vby -"HptO 31 16 . Hithp. Pf. 3 pi. D'ay rnpnn rj4?^rn 1 k 18 45 and the heavens grew dark with clouds. tj-fi"np_ n.f. darkness, gloom; — B^K V Cf%# Is 50 3 (cf. V, Je 4 28 1 K 18 45 ; || pB>).' •JVIflftp adv. as mourners ; — Mai 3 14 . t*V^5 n.pr.gent. {swarthy ? Mac&-tented l); Kr)8ap : 1. tribe of nomads in Arab, desert Is 21" 42" (c. vb. fem.), 60 7 , Je 2 10 49 28 - 28 Ez 27"; 'p-"?.3 Is 2 1 17 ; 1? bnK f 120 5 Cti s (made of black goat-skins J a cob Bedu """ lleben<2> ' 41 or black woven stuff Doughty Ar * b - D "'- 224f -; sim. of swarthy hue). 2. ancestor of 1, son of Ishmael, Gn 25"=:! Ch i 29 .— Cf. As. Kidru COT "*" Plin NH '" ™Cedrei; also Sab.'tribe- name lip Hal 623 (cf.DHM ZMG """ (188S) - 14 ). tp~l"ip n.pr. of wady just E. of Jerusalem (Thes. lurbidus);—V ^nj 2 S 15 23 iK 2 37 ; usu. as place for refuse 1 K i5 ,3 =2Ch 15 16 , 2 K 23 6<ils 2 Ch 20' 6 30 14 , Je 3 1 40 ; so 'p nto-iB* 2 K 23 4 ; Ki&fmv; cf. R b phJ, - Geo « I ' e711 - Buhl " 081 - 93 TJJPal. 3(18»S),94 tu Jp ( -/of foil. ; poss. orig. idea of separa- tion, withdrawal (Baud stud,en - "No LCB M,r - *• 1879 ' 361 Eg s«n.L«o i snd«d.i S o). NH=BH; Ph. trip holy, BHpD sanctuary; As. kaddSu 11. 1, cleanse (Meissn Sup,>1 - 94 ), also kadislu, hierodule conse- crated to IStar (cf. AJerem ,Idub * rS9 '); Ar. Jlis n.pr.mont. (No 1 "- RS PropbT - ! '- 9 ); in Ar. other- wise under infl. of Heb., so Eth.; cf. % EHp in der. spec, and deriv., Syr. A^a consecrate, etc.; Palm. BHP id.; Aram. KBHp, Ui* (ear- or nose-) ring, (orig. holy thing, No 1-0- ); — on whole subj. v. Baud No BS (reff. above), also HPS r™.b.a CT . U8 i. M8 «.. diff fr Qnn y GFM Ja. p.* . .< CTTP n.m. apartness, sacredness (opp. V 1 469 i t Vn Lvio l0 -)-4 t. Ez);— abs. 'p Ex 3 5 +; BHip Dn ii 30 ; cstr. EHp Ex 30 M +; sf. 'Bhp Lv 20 8 +, etc.; pi. Q'^ Ex 29 37 + , D'BHijin 26 M +; cstr. 'BhiJ Lv 22"+ ; sf. fyfc Ez aa*+ 3 t., T^15 tDt 1 2 s6 , VBnp t: Nu s' 10 ' 2 K i2 19 , VEHijJ t2 Ch 15 18 , etc.; — 1. apartness, sacred- ness, holiness, of God : a. of divine activity, syn. majesty, BHp3 (of victory), Ex 15" (song) itV 68 18 77 14 ; 15 jrhj My ar»» Is 52 10 V 98'. b. to attest his word as inviolable 'p3 y3Bb Am 4 2 V, 89 s8 ; cf. T nrn Je 23 9 , 'P -m ^, 105 42 . 0. of his name as sacred, inviolable, separate from all defilement, etc. : 'E'lp, DB/ Lv 20 3 2 2 9 - 32 (P), Am 2 7 1 Ch i6 10M 29 ,6 '-|- 9 t. Ez, 5 t. W; 'P ~ty. f 3° 5 =97 12 ; and so d. iBHp (JTi his holy Spirit Is 63 1011 , cf. ^51". 2. of places set apart as sacred by God's presence : ta. heavenly abode ; 'p jijjo Dt 26 15 Je 25 30 Zc 2 17 2 Ch 30 27 f 68 6 ; 15 ?3»g Mi i 2 Hb 2 20 Jon 2 68 V'li 4 ; 15 OHO f 102 20 ; 15 ^3J Is6 3 15 ; 15 'DC? V' 20 7 'p KD3 47 9 ; iehpj 150 1 . ' tb. on earth : 'P IVj* Ex 3 s (E), cf.' Jos 5 15 (JE) 2 Ch 8"; DNI^N 'p in Ez 28 14 (cf. p. 249 b). 0. (only P and Ch) the tabernacle and its courts Ex 40 9 Nu 3 C8 + ; tabernacle by itself Ex 38 s4 Lv io 4 + ; court Lvio 1718 + (so D'BHpn &hp fNu i8 10 ); the outer room (specific designation ; 'pn) Ex 26 33 28 29 + ; inner room Lv4 6 1 6 2 +, but specif, design. D'BHpn EHp Ex 26 33 - 34 1 Ch6 M ; 'pn b$ shekel of the sanctuaryEx 30 l3 + 24 1. P. d. the temple and its precincts 2 Ch 29' Dn8 ,3 +; '? ^ Is 43 28 1 Ch 24 s ; S&-$3 "On f 6o 8 = 108 8 (oracle; al. by his holiness, as 'BHpa 'njDBb 89 s6 ), temple by itself 2Ch29 5 ; t'P(H) JV3 Is64 10 i CI129 3 ; +iB»np !»yg f 5 8 = i 3 8 2 , 79'; 'pn outer room 1 K 8'°=2 Ch 5"; courts of priests EZ42 14 44 27 - 27 ; t > E'npnnxnIs62 9 ; inner room Ez 41 2123 , specif. +1BHP T3-=I ^ 2 8 2 ; tBHp ttthfn 1 K 6 16 7 50 8 6 2 Ch 3 8 - 1 * 4 M 5 7 Ez 41 4 ; t'pn ni3^!) Ez 42" 44" 4 6 19 (v. n2B>i> 1 c). te. Jerus. and its hills: leap Dlpo Ezr9 8 /pn Tj; Is 4 8 2 52 1 Ne ii'-» TEhp 'j> Dn 9 24 , 'p(n) in Is n 9 + 6 t. Is 23 , Je 31 23 Ez 20 40 Jo 2'4 17 Ob 16 Zp 3" Zc 8 3 Dn 9 16 - 20 n 45 +6 t. -f^; 15 ta{ ^78", 'P ,- ?^ n 87 1 prob. also no 3 , 'p of city and suburbs in Mess, future Je3i 40 J04' 7 . Cf. f. Bhp(n) of Zion Ob 17 ^2o 3 2 4 3 63 3 68*, D'ehp 'p